Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story — Four Lessons from Disney’s Frozen 2

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Show Notes:

I’m so excited, friends! The podcast theme for the month of March is…

DRUM ROLL…

“Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story”

Because the hero’s journey is so important and applicable to your personal identity, progress, purpose, and the self-awareness it requires to live an intentional life.

Essentially, we’re going to illustrate how can you use these concepts of character development in a way that will help you take ownership of your own story, and become the hero you need in your life.

Soooo, we are going to take you on a pop culture tour with a few of our favorites: Frozen 2, Aladdin (2019), Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and more!

We hope you love it.

Today, we started with four takeaways from Frozen 2:

  1. In order to discover who you are, you must journey “Into the Unknown”.
  2. When in doubt, “Do the Next Right Thing”.
  3. When you’re older, absolutely nothing makes sense.
  4. Your choice is your power.

Episode One-Liner: In order to get where you’re going, you have to start the journey.

Episode Action Item: Review the stages of the hero’s journey (departure, initiation, and return), and determine which one you are currently in. After all, if you don’t know where you are at, how will you get to where you want to go?


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2 thoughts on “Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story — Four Lessons from Disney’s Frozen 2

  1. I don’t agree with everything the man ever wrote but if you want some fascinating reads about the hero’s journey and how different civilizations have similar stories, you should check out some books by Joseph Campbell. He was the subject of a PBS special back in the 80’s or 90’s too, also worth checking out.

    Maybe he was talked about in the podcast or y’all already know about him (in which case, oops! My bad 🙂 )

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