Welcome to the tenth episode of The Sandbox, a podcast for those who want to live the best version of their life and are seeking the skills, strategy, and mindset to do just that.
Today’s guest is Kate Holtz, a good friend who I admire for her ability to follow through with scary decisions. As a left-brain dependent, I’ve found sanctuary hearing that most of Kate’s big decisions were based on a gut feeling. In this episode, Kate and I discuss her decision to go to @ButlerUniversity, how she found herself in San Francisco post-college, and handling the transition to long distance dating.
This episode is perfect for those who find themselves overthinking decisions way too often. I hope you enjoy it!
[4:41] how Kate’s upbringing affected who she is today
[15:35] how Kate made the decision to go to Butler University
[26:12] Kate’s choice to move to San Francisco and the challenges she had to overcome to do that
[40:07] handling a long distance relationship
[0:00] advice when you’re seeking your first job
[10:54] my seventh grade brother called me bossy and that was definitely the tipping pointing where you start to realize you need to grow up and refine some of your characteristics
[13:28] is there somebody else in the room that could do that better?
[19:58] there you go again thinking
[30:00] you know, I think I’m moving to San Francisco?
[46:53] you realize small things can make a big impact. You don’t have to do these grand gestures to make the other person feel loved.
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