Michael Hingson is Reinventing The Calm in the Chaos
Michael shares how we can all use our inner tools more effectively to become more successful at whatever we are attempting to do. Michael was born in 1950, blind from birth and survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog. Reinventing The Calm in the Chaos, Michael and the Crew discuss how we can not see the virus, but we can see the effects, where it is, how to deal with it and how to stay protected from the virus. There are so many people afraid of the pandemic, the fact is we should not focus on what we can’t control but engage with those things we have control and influence over. A few lessons learned by the crew: A good life lesson, that everyone can do the same things, they might just do them in different ways. Another lesson the crew ponders We really should not rely on one sense, life can be all about letting go of control if we open our eyes to what our different senses are telling us we can learn a lot.
In This Episode
- Travelling during covid
- Adopting the right mindset, attitude for challenges
- Getting around in the dark is not a problem
- When we lose one sense, we can learn to hone and heighten our other skills and senses.