osrpodcast101Operation Self Reset Episode 101: Find Your Zen with Thai From The Utopian Life

This week Jake is speaking with Thai from The Utopian Life.

Thai was born to Vietnamese parents who fled Vietnam after the war when he was six months old. After spending a week on a rickety boat, his family lived in a refugee camp for about a year until they were accepted into Australia. Being a Vietnamese kid in a Westernized culture led to a lot of identity issues for Thai as he struggled to find out who he was and where he fit into the world. He got into a lot of troubles by hanging out with the wrong crowds. When he was older, Thai went to Canada for a while before returning to Australia. He got into kickboxing and ended up in Thailand, before finding his way to the United States.

Thai now spends his life trying to uplift people and encouraging them to break out of the zone they’re used to in order to find their way to happiness and their full potential. It’s so easy to become stuck on one path in our lives. We can let fear of the unknown control our actions rather than expand and go for new challenges and our dreams.

Listen in as Thai talks about changing your actions and tips for breaking out of your habits. Get yourself on your path to finding your zen.

Here’s what Jake and Thai talked about in this episode:

  • Breaking out of your comfort zone and taking risks
  • Taking that first step
  • Being a good friend
  • The cue, the routine, and the reward of habits

Mentioned in this episode:

  • TheUtopianLife.com

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Jake Nawrocki
Jake Nawrocki
Motivational speaker, Inventor, Entrepreneur, Real Estate Owner, and Life Coach.

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