Hey there, BibRave peeps! 🧡
On this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast, we bring you a conversation with Tim, Jess, and Andy about unexpected life lessons. Running has taught them a lot about life, but so have a couple of other fun life events. We all can learn from many different sources and apply those lessons to running as well.
The trio goes around and shares some unexpected life lessons they’ve pulled from new and interesting places. Tim kicks it off by discussing what Call of Duty has taught him about playing the game he’s in, teamwork, and strategy. Andy shares how his life and career in theatre has taught him how to trust the process and to flex many different muscles in his role. And Jess discusses how getting a tattoo taught her to remove preconceived expectations and labels, stop waiting for the perfect moment, and surround herself with a great support system.
- Call of Duty
- Rocket League
- The Chicago Red Line
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🧡 Kim – BibRave Account Coordinator
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