Trucker Tom Podcast #1085 — Learning To Be Patient With Oneself

1085 Learning To Be Patient With Oneself…

Learning To Be Patient With Oneself

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One thought on “Trucker Tom Podcast #1085 — Learning To Be Patient With Oneself

  1. Thank you,Tom.I really enjoy your podcasts,they are more that just entertainment to me,every one of them has had me learning something new and has me thinking closely about the way I am living, and even the way I am thinking. It’s nice to hear about your life too, and that you are still in the learning and growing process yourself. I know it costs you money and your time to do your podcasts,is there another way to support your efforts,other than GoDaddy and Petmeds codes?
    When I said I had a traumatic childhood before I should have added too that it was an amazing childhood,rich in experiences bad and good. I believe everyone is doing the best they can at any given time with the knowledge they have and that the past does not exist,it is not here.Does this conflict with what you are trying to teach? I especially took to heart that in this podcast, you spoke about getting out there and living,that you will fail sometimes too and that is to be expected.I have been frozen,afraid to do anything for fear of making a mistake.Do not feel it is necessary to answer my questions or address them.I find that your natural flow of speaking works well for me and feel it probably does for others as well.Its neat sometimes how what you are talking about is readily conveyable to whatever is going on in life.Keep up the excellent work,it is appreciated.
    Sincerely, Nikki Turner a.k.a. Mamabear

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