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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?



Aisling's Biggest Fear

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In this episode Aisling and Richie discuss Aisling Mum's health challenge that has landed her in Intensive care the past 7 weeks. 

Aisling talks about what the health challenge is and steps she is taking to be empowered in this journey of navigating her biggest fear. 

Aisling is very determined to continue doing the work that her Mum has helped her with over the years and continue on building the foundation that has taken 7 years to create. 

If you would like support with your health journey, there are spaces available in Aisling's 1:1 Holistic Nutrition Coaching Programme. To find out if this is the right fit apply for a Clarity Call. 

Our Journey To Follow Our Dreams

Aisling FitzGibbon

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Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In this week's episode we decided to share with you all our own personal journeys that has led us to where we are today!

Key Points Discussed in this Week's Episode 

1. Aisling tells her own personal story that has led her to follow a career in Holistic Nutrition 

2. We discuss how to make change occur in the world 

3. Richie tells his own personal story that has led him to follow a career as a musician

4. The importance of seeking out the right people to help you on your journey 

5. How to deal with failure

"I Hope I Screw This Up"

Aisling FitzGibbon

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The Aisling & Richie Podcast Episode 3

In this weeks episode we discuss a book that I'm currently reading called "I Hope I Screw This Up" by Kyle Cease. It's a real eye opening book that I would highly recommend reading.

Key Points Discussed on this week's Podcast

1. Why we are doing this podcast :)

2. Why its important to just begin with the process

3. The importance of connecting with the right people

4. Learning from your mistakes (Conor McGregor)

5. "I hope I screw this up" what this actually means

6. How does fear close you down inturn restricting your growth


Don't Fear Failure

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

We discuss how we have struggled with recording this latest episode 2 of our podcast show. 

Taking the first steps with anything you do in life are always the hardest. This is because you are entering into the unknown. This will bring up a lot of fears and uncertainty as well as doubt and excuses as to why you shouldn't do it. In this episode we discuss why you should feel that fear and just do it anyway.

Key Points Discussed on this week's Podcast

1. How failure teaches us valuable lessons

2. Accepting failure as a natural process of learning

3. The value to sharing your journey with others

4. Aisling attending the Pendulum Summit in Dublin

5. Living in the moment and how this will shape your future 

6.How to take the first steps and Stop procrastinating.