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"There’s a necessary amount of suffering that needs to happen for new ideas or new work or change to happen. If I don’t suffer, I won’t know what joy or contentment is. If I flatline, then I won’t be able to experience it as deeply. And the cracks are where the light shines through. The cracks, weaknesses, suffering and pain are what allow for new growth. Change is actually good. It doesn’t feel good. But it actually leads us to new places...Every person of significance has experienced deep and painful setbacks or heartbreak or suffering to get to the next level to be able to get to the next space of awareness." - Erik Wahl


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Erik Wahl is an internationally recognized graffiti artist, author of the book Unthink, and speaker who redefines the term "keynote speaker"

Originally aired about 1 year ago.

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