Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Brando Eaton. Brando is an actor, Writer, Producer and Military Tech. You may recognize him from titles such as Zoey 101, Dexter or even American Sniper. Brando is the kind of artist that breaks things down practically with more of a business mentality to find the right tools for the job.
Let's jump into Brando’s story about how vulnerability can lead to healing and getting control over your own life.
Things you will learn in this episode:
[00:01 – 03:55] Opening Segment
[03:56 – 09:31] Getting Good at Rejection
[09:32 – 16:31] Using the Right Tools for the Job
[16:32 – 26:09] Getting Control Over Your Life
[26:10 – 39:15] Shifting the Political Landscape
[39:16 – 47:49] Closing Segment
"Having certain opportunities arise that you don’t take advantage of, or certain doors that you don’t step through; that’s a mistake I’ve made many times in my life… I guess it’s a little bit of a regret or maybe just part of the growing process.” - Brando Eaton
“We all have different circumstances… Get past the things that are outside of your control.” - Brando Eaton
“I think being able to be vulnerable is huge, I think it’s very important. Because if you’re generally able to do it, it’s healing; you’re at a place where, ‘I don’t need to hide.’” - Brando Eaton
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