TAL #033 VICTORIA BUDA

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TOPICS OF NOTE:

  • How Victoria transitioned from running a theater to starting a movement
  • The proverbial well she fell into and how she got herself out
  • The sign to close her theater she received
  • What losing professional labels stirred up in her
  • The word "just" and what happens when we say it, and why we say it
  • The Being Me Movement
  • How the death of her father inspires her to live fully
  • The clues toward our true desires within our mistakes
  • Doing what is written on our heart and why we often don't do it
  • The beautiful mission of her "Being Me" podcast
  • The power of intuition
  • The difference in the 20-somethings of today vs. yesterday
  • Helping young adults to step back from media, check in with themselves, and unstory themselves

And, stay tuned for AFTER THOUGHTS to hear a poem written by one of the Being Me Movement members, Brendan Didio.

 

QUOTES OF NOTE:

We are all born beautifully perfect and anything that we may judge as imperfect is not imperfect.
— Victoria Buda
If you could un-story yourself and unravel all the things that have happened to you, they are not of you.
— Victoria Buda
If you have the thought to do it, you have the resources in you to do it.
— Victoria Buda

LISTEN TO THE SHOW:

 

SHOW NOTES:

Being Me Movement

Victoria's podcast, Being Me

Victoria on Instagram

"Just "Say No" by Ellen Petry Leanse

Wayne Dyer

 

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