Episode 46: Learning How To Navigate Others Controlling Your Destiny: Giselle Carrillo

December 31, 2019

Episode 46: Learning How To Navigate Others Controlling Your Destiny: Giselle Carrillo

 

Highlights from the Show

  • Jiu Jitsu: The art of learning how to navigate others controlling you
  • What does a quarter life crisis really look like? 
  • The idea of transformation, reclaiming your life and your purpose at 25 
  • The founding of Courage Camps, providing surf lessons to underserved communities 
  • The ocean as her safe place; free of guns, free of money, free of your past, free of emails
  • Avid morning routines and discipline leading to success
  • What is means to be a hope dealer

Giselle’s Instagram: Link

Courage Camp’s Website: Link

Courage Camp’s Instagram: Link

Link to Book: The Alchemist

Link to Book: Start With Why 




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