Honest talk from a 1971-born Scotsman who got sober in 2005 and quit opioids in 2017. No holds barred - philosophy, spirituality, addiction, recovery, mental health, pressures of life, gratitude — these are all parts of my life that I talk about at length.
Episode 127: 7-Day Wakeup Challenge
26 February 2021
27 February 2021
Episode 126: My Coach Pushed Me into the Fear
Hasan Kubba, my business coach: The Unfair Advantage
Quoth the Camser on Facebook
Episode 125: Failing
Episode 124: Acceptance in Recovery
The biggest change that has come about for me on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic has been homeschooling. I talked about that on the beach in Lamlash on a beautiful sunny winter's day.
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Episode 123: Zoom AA Meetings are Weird!
I attend AA meetings on Zoom and I'm so grateful to have them, but there are a few things that make them so so different from IRL meetings. Obvs.
Episode 122: Acceptance of Homeschooling
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It: Amazon.co.uk: Gerber, Michael E.: 0099455020992: Books
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I found Cam from searching for OmniFocus, and I keep listening because I have a very similar interests in processes, including implementations he regularly discusses in his podcast. I love journaling, paper planning, apps, freelance discussions, streamlining with regards to work and his talk of how he incorporates habits to improve his health.
A great listen
Following along on the journey of Cams as he moves into the world of freelance and self employment has been a true joy. He shares the real and personal thoughts and processes a man experiences as he transitions careers at mid-life. Authentic and genuine from the start, this podcast is a must listen.