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Oct 30, 2015
Guthrie Chamberlain is the host of the Wisdom Trek podcast where he teaches wisdom and discipline. He helps you understand the insights of the wise, to teach you to live disciplined and successful lives, to help you do what is right, just, and fair. By obtaining this wisdom then you will be able to create a living legacy for today that will live on and be multiplied through the lives of others.
In this episode we talk about how Guthrie grew up in a family of 10 children which has shaped how he looks at the world. We talk about the analogy of life with hiking through the mountains. If you take things slow and know where you are going you will get there before you know it. He then talks about how you can't expect to plant a seed and expect a plant tomorrow. You need to work and harvest fruit in different seasons. It seems he is full of analogies to life and I absolutely love it because it helps clear things up and make it more understandable. He then talks about his grueling schedule making the podcast, spending about 2 hours each day to put the 7 minute podcast together. He then talks about the benefits of taking your children with you while going to conferences or generally travelling for your career.