Tea of choice: Vancouver’s Steam Tea House.
What we cover: “The most important things I’ve learned in life, I’ve learned on the badminton court.” —Anna Rice
Today’s Guest Titan is two-time Olympian, Anna Rice – a woman who admits that, as far as life goes, everything she’s learned so far, she’s learned on the badminton court. This is a woman who is ripe with insights, and who possesses a calm wisdom that I found quite intoxicating, really. I know you’re going to love her. It was a cozy day when we chatted, so you’ll hear a bit of Deep Cove rain on my studio roof.
This isn’t really a conversation about badminton, so much as it is a conversation about our own thought processes, the stories we make up about ourselves, our relationship with ego and Self, and even what it means and what it takes to do those things that we legitimately love. It’s also a chat that just happens to be bursting with goodness as it pertains to the way we are raising our kids and the things to take into consideration when it comes to our own desires for them and for their own achievements – like the gift of letting them fall, for one — for those of us who have small humans around the house.
I adore this woman — she is wise, wise, wise.
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