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“Care about the process more – Everyone else is obsessed with the outcome.”
Tim Van Orden Interviews Jerod Killick
In today’s episode, Tim Van Orden returns to interview Jerod Killick, creator of the Finding My Psych website and podcast. Tim and Jerod engage in a free flowing conversation about personal transformation and engaging others in the work they do promoting wellness.
Jerod’s Views on Process Over Results
Initially, when we launch a transformation focused goal, most people are quite myopically focused on the outcome. For instance, when starting a running program for weight loss, it is common to only consider the number on the scale.
Tim and Jerod discuss the pitfalls when outcome is more important than the process of change itself. Sustainable goals rarely obsess on end points. Instead, it is important to absorb yourself in the process of habit change in order to incorporate change as part of your lifestyle.
Catch The Previous Episode with Tim Van Orden
Don’t forget to catch Tim from episode eleven on the Finding My Psych Podcast. Tim and I discuss the personal challenges encountered in any personal transformation journey. We also confront the dangers of fully embracing a plant-based identity as a form of public recognition.
The Running Raw Project
Tim is the creative behind the, “Running Raw” project. His mission is to create a better world through athletics, promote health and economic stewardship among athletes, and to encourage others to consider whole food nutrition.
Tim runs a very popular YouTube channel associated with his website. Here is one of his more popular videos: