Episode 131

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15th Oct 2020

TM 62: Being Grateful, Breathing & Writing Music

Welcome to the 62nd episode of the Thursday Meditations Show!

The goal of the thursday show is to show you our journey to hopefully help inspire you and hopefully help you relate more.

We also decided that Ty and I will have a fully free-form conversation on a New Podcast, called the All Things Podcast. If you want to hear us continue our conversation, listen to the rest on that podcast.

As well, we are now on Youtube! Check us out there!

With that said let’s get to some announcements.

Before we get to the show, here are a couple announcements

On today’s episode, we start off hearing how Ty and his wife have started going on dates. This was in response to the challenge given to him from Justin to take his wife on a “wow” date for less than $50. 

We then talk about the action items given to us from this week’s podcast guest, Cynthia Zhai. 

  1. Sigh with more sound to prep your voice up.
  2. Hum in the mornings to prepare your voice
  3. Think of 3-5 things to be grateful for.

Next we spend some time talking about gratitude and we mention a previous podcast guest’s experience getting a 2 word mantra from a guru. If you want to hear the full story, listen to the full episode here.

Lastly, I give Ty his new challenge and he chose:

To write a song for his wife.


Just like every week, we hope you enjoyed today’s episode. No go out and do hard things.


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Again thanks so much for listening, & stay tuned to next week. Keep doing Hard Things, & Keep Overcoming Average.



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About the Podcast

The Hard Thing Podcast
The Hard Thing podcast is focused on helping people improve their lives by learning how to do hard things.

Listen as I interview guests who have overcome average by doing hard things. Each of us has to go up against difficult challenges, but it's not the challenge that defines you. It's your overcoming of the challenge. I'll try and extract the methods used to do hard things so that average people like you and me can replicate their success.

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Justin Lewis