Strategies To Achieve Peace w/ Trent Shelton
01.25.2022 - By THE ED MYLETT SHOW
Today, more than ever, PEACE is elusive for many people.
We need to have more discussions about PROTECTING YOUR INNER PEACE so that you can CONTRIBUTE part of that peace to the rest of the world.
That’s why this week’s guest, TRENT SHELTON, has a lot of things you’ll want to hear. It’s rare that I ask people back on my show but Trent is one of those people you can LISTEN to and LEARN from over and over again.
Trent is a former Baylor University wide receiver who also played for the Seattle Seahawks, Indianapolis Colts, and the Washington Redskins. He built quite a following with a series of two-minute videos to track his efforts of seeking a better life which eventually led to him founding the Christian-based non-profit organization, REHAB TIME. Growing up as a preacher’s son, Trent is well-rounded in SCRIPTURE and often draws on those experiences in his speaking engagements, podcasts, philanthropy, and other outreach projects
While football was his PASSION early in life, helping others has turned out to be his LIFE’S CALLING.
Much of our chat is about combining inner peace and marrying it to YOUR CALLING. So many people are still searching for those ANSWERS, and Trent is going to give you a lot to THINK about to help you bring clarity to your FUTURE.
A big part of this is learning how to PROTECT YOUR PEACE. And as Trent explains, the way you do that is by paying attention to and maximizing your AUTOMATIC and PURPOSEFUL minutes and REMOVING TOXIC PEOPLE from your life.
Trent and I also get into how you can change your way of thinking when you can’t change your situation. As you’ll also hear, PERSPECTIVE IS EVERYTHING.
Both of us have also seen many people suffering from DEPRESSION. If that’s not you, chances are you may know someone who is depressed. One of the most important things you’ll want to TAKE NOTES on is how to overcome depression and what red flags to look for before those feelings overwhelm you or someone you know.
Trent and I both believe you can have more peace in your life. You can find it by sharpening your purpose, practicing more GRATITUDE, and being MINDFUL of the things you need to do.
Finding peace starts with the INNER YOU.
When you achieve that state of mind, all other things become possible.