In this episode, Baylor talks about the importance of not letting preconceived notions or names of things prevent personal growth and development. He shares a story about trying beet bread and how the name almost prevented him from trying it, but it turned out to be delicious. He encourages listeners to be open-minded and willing to try new things, find alternative ingredients or methods to achieve their desired outcomes, and recognize that they may already possess the skills and characteristics needed for the position or title they desire. By doing so, individuals can overcome the limitations of names and labels and reach their full potential.
Trying New Things [00:00:48] Baylor shares a story about trying beet bread and encourages listeners to not let names or perceptions stop them from trying new things or pursuing opportunities.
Artificial Intelligence [00:01:27] Baylor talks about how people often avoid artificial intelligence because of the name, but it’s used in everyday things like microwaves and dryers.
Finding Healthier Ways [00:03:37] Baylor discusses how there are often healthier ways to do things we enjoy and suggests consulting with people outside of oneself for a fresh perspective.
Don’t let names stop you [00:06:26] Encouragement to not let titles or names prevent personal growth and development.
Consulting with others [00:05:47] Suggestion to consult with people outside of oneself for a fresh perspective, including children who think in terms of possibility.
Find healthier ways [00:06:26] Encouragement to find healthier ways to do things and pursue opportunities, rather than sticking to old habits or methods.