Living Present & Eliminating Striving with Andrew Ripp

  • Written By 
  • Josh Kluge

How has striving affected your life? Seriously, think about it!

It’s so easy to believe the lie that getting the better gear, a bigger team, the right connection, or whatever it might be THAT THING will solve all our problems.

Striving is the result of something within that believes what you’ll gain on the other side will bring you all you need.

BUT SO OFTEN THAT’S A LIE

What if we could step into the freedom that comes with living a life free of striving?

Achieving that is not something you stumble into. It’s something that our guest, Andrew Ripp says, requires a violently intentional pursuit.

But it’s a freedom that’s worth that violent pursuit.

Mentioned in the Episode 

Andrew Ripp’s New Release

Andrew’s Song “Jericho”

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