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The Aisling And Richie podcast

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Let your process suck

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

You’ve got to be willing to let your process suck as you start out. From the mistakes you learn the crucial lessons you need to master your craft.

In today’s episode of The Aisling and Richie Podcast we talk about the exciting updates from Richie’s tour and the things that just plain suck.

Richie recently released his debut album Odyssey which you can get here and here

There’s a process to everything in life and you have to go with it. When Richie first tried to record his album himself it was absolutely awful. Richie poured a lot of his money into the creation of his debut album and eventually hired Grammy Award winning producer David Odlum to produce “Odyssey” which is finally released after many years in the making.

At every stage of your journey you’re brought to a crossroads. Will you take the safe road or will you leap in the direction of your dreams. I heard this question about choosing your dreams in a recent interview with David Bach on Marie TV and it gave me the extra fire to take the leap with my work.

When you follow your dreams there isn’t a map and you’ve got to figure out a way to make a living from doing what you love. It’s a process that takes time and lots of trial and error.

This is the journey Richie and I are on. I hope that this inspires you to follow your dreams and be willing for things to suck as you grow and evolve to the next level of what you’re doing.

Let us know in the comments below what process are you willing to let suck so you can get good at it?

Love

Aisling & Richie xo

Podcast music by Richie Ros which you can listen to here: click link

Focus on being here now

Aisling FitzGibbon

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Today’s episode is a life update session. Richie has officially begun his Odyssey tour and shares what’s happening for him in Europe this Summer where he’s playing over 100 shows in almost 20 countries and is releasing his debut album Odyssey. Odyssey was produced by Grammy Award Winning producer David Odlum in the Black box studio in France.

The key lesson when you’re embarking on your odyssey no matter how big or small is to start where you are and focus on this step fully and the next step reveals itself to you.

When you help yourself, people and the Universe help you to follow your vision.

Richie is making a documentary called The Odyssey to document the process of his tour behind the scenes with all the twists and turns along the way as he bring his music and voice into the world. I’m really excited about this as I feel it will be super inspiring and exciting.

You can download a free song off Richie’s album called Running Away at this link: Click here

Until next time.

Love

Aisling and Richie xo

Intro music to the podcast by Richie Ros

It's about the long game

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

In today’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss how it’s about the long game when it comes to following your vision.

We both share our stories of how we began our individual journeys back in 2010. The year we both qualified in what we thought at the time was our careers. Richie qualified as a Physiotherapist and I qualified as a Occupational Therapist.

Richie jumped ship and decided to pursue his career as a musician. It took him 2 1/2 years to complete his debut album Odyssey and now this year he is touring his album in 20 countries across Europe.

Richie went onto his path not knowing how it would unfold but he says it’s very important not to give a f**k what others say or do.

I share how I started my path with my healing journey back in 2010. After qualifying as an OT, I didn’t have the energy to pursue that career and instead found myself with the job of healing myself. This opened up to starting a campaign to get fluoride out of our water supply and soon after The Girl Against Fluoride after realising most people wouldn’t listen to the science against fluoride.

I had no idea of how long it would take and initially thought I’d give the campaign a year. After 7 years I now see that it will take a generational shift to create the change we want to see. Getting the fluoride out of the water is a long game.

I got really disheartened when I didn’t get the fluoride out in the timeline I had intended. This was a big lesson in detaching from the outcome and surrendering to the way life is unfolding.

Now I can see how important it is to think longterm so you can breathe and focus on what is in front of you.

All change takes time and doesn’t follow a straight line. Your intentions are not set in stone, they’re a guideline that changes as you evolve.

Enjoy where you are because “there” is here.

As always, I’d love to hear from you. How can you think of the long game of your vision and break it down into what you need to do now to make that happen over time?

Love,

Aisling