Transparency can transform your life. It’s not just about being open and honest with yourself, but also striving for authenticity in every area of our lives— from the relationships we have with others to how we speak about them, or even the information they are made aware of.
- Why I risked going to prison.
- Are you opening yourself up to opportunities?
- How to create space for what’s truly meant to come to you.
Transparency is the key to unlocking your full potential and living an extraordinary life.
– David Wood
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[00:00:00] David Wood: If you read and practice this book, it’s like, you can be in a movie. Yeah. You know, and want to say by that, as we watch movies where people are practicing radical mouse naming. Yeah. We watch a web people review. And then they get the keys to the kingdom that is possible for us. I, I, after 20 years of guilt, cause when I was, when I was a kid, I did something that was illegal and that could have hurt somebody.
And I carried that guilt for 20, 30 years. I went to therapy. I talked to coaches, I got 15 different responses. Hey look, you were just a kid. Let it go. No big deal. I finally
was willing. I decided I was willing to track down the person and confess and apologize and see how I could make it. Right. And I was clear that I was risking prison to do that. Yeah. I was risking prison and having the change in status in society of being a, a criminal and losing. So much in my mind. And I decided that I was willing to risk that to apologize because that’s what felt right to me.
Now. I’m not saying everybody should do that. And it took me 20 years to get there. But when I did it, um, I tracked down this person and they said, well, you know, it’s fine. Don’t worry about it. And, and my life has great. And I was like, oh my God, I can’t tell you what that was worth. So if you, if you practice by the book and practice this and have this be your new religion, then yeah, you’re going to lose some stuff.
You’re going to lose some friends. You’re going to lose some opportunities, but I suggest those are the opportunities you’re supposed to. Yeah. And then you’re creating space for what’s truly meant to come to you.