Kendra Wright is one of the most resilient and brave people I know. She doesn’t let her fear get in the way of doing what she wants. In this interview we cover her childhood to how she has built her own successful marketing agency in Austin, TX. You’ll love how she has utilized her blindspots and how it’s helped her get a deeper understanding of herself.
I think you are going to want to listen to this interview more than once. It’s just that good. All the credit goes to Kendra. She made this interview super easy and fun.
Highlights from Kendra’s interview:
1:06 – What Kendra is grateful for.
2:15 – Why we shouldn’t hate on 2020.
3:30 – The importance of gratitude.
4:02 – The gift of growing up with cerebral palsy.
5:15 – Why she wants everyone to feel included.
7:55 – Finding opportunities in the emotional pain.
9:02 – You are not broken.
10:41 – Why you should assume people have positive intentions.
13:03 – Finding ways to see more of the picture instead of focusing on just a few details.
14:04 – The best perspective to encourage yourself to view, so you live your best life.
14:45 – Learning about her blindspots and how it’s helped her get a deeper understanding of herself.
15:27 – Figuring out her body’s stress signals.
20:49 – How to make incremental progress in your life.
24:49 – How to stay in the present moment.
28:46 – The magic of books.
32:02 – The Year of Fear project.
39:58 – Why our society is becoming more anxious.
42:59 – Why doing into a situation with curiosity is so powerful.
44:18 – Fear of facing conflict.
47:30 – How to track and improve your struggles.
52:10 – How to learn from our choices.
54:20 – Kendra’s challenge to help you dive deeper into your fear.
You can learn more about Kendra Wright over at Hey Kendra. She has a really cool list of ideas to challenge you to step outside your comfort zone over at her site. She is on Instagram at @kendrarockslife.
And as always if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing just reach out and I’ll do my best to get them on.