Episode 26

Published on:

11th May 2019

When We Use the Wrong Kind of Glue

We make our own bonds, but sometimes we use the wrong kind of glue. All in the name of loyalty.

Because there is something inherently good about loyalty – after all, who doesn’t want to be the one that others count on and never let down? – it makes it easier to screw up.

And that’s okay, because none of us are perfect, as I discuss in episode 26 of Life Through a Dram.

Topics on the menu include:

  • How loyalty can dim our vision
  • Why we need to listen to warning signs
  • Why we need to constantly work on earning and giving loyalty
  • Why we should take the lessons we learn to help shape our futures
  • How pain can help turn us into better people

Settle back for a chat about making mistakes, fixing them, and why we should be careful who we open up our private circles to.

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Life Through a Dram
Life Through a Dram sees Danny Brown's take on life, being a better person, and appreciating the here and now, all accompanied by a dram of fine single malt whisky.

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Danny Brown

I’m father to two amazing children who make me laugh, cry, hope, fear, anticipate, and cherish every single day. I’m husband to an awesome wife who supports me in more ways than she can ever know, and who I could never repay if I lived a thousand years.

When not podcasting, you can find me in the Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada, living a quiet life surrounded by trees, lakes, and wildlife, taking inspiration from the natural beauty that surrounds us.