Listener Letters: Staying Calm

Hello, fellow adventurers in the quest for personal and professional growth. It’s me, Jason Fisher, your guide and host of the Be Better Tomorrow podcast.

Today, I want to bring you into my world a little more, share the essence of our journey together, and reflect on what makes our podcast a unique beacon for those impassioned by the relentless pursuit of improvement.

I’m the kind of person who naturally gravitates towards the deep end, always yearning to explore the vast ocean of knowledge and skills available to us. My career in technology has been anything but linear, navigating through roles from cleaning printers to managing Active Directories and beyond. This journey has shaped me into a T-shaped individual – possessing a deep understanding of select fields while maintaining the ability to adeptly maneuver across others. I thrived on this diversity, seeking not just to accumulate years of experience but to amass a wealth of varied expertise.

This eclectic professional path mirrored my personal endeavor for growth and development. From an early age, I’ve been a student of life, delving into nonfiction and absorbing wisdom from mentors like Ben Hardy, Adam Grant, and John Maxwell. However, it’s not just about gathering knowledge; it’s about introspection, recognizing that our actions shape our outcomes, and continuously striving to be a better version of ourselves.

I’ve found my true calling in coaching, adopting a pragmatic approach that doesn’t claim to have all the answers but instead facilitates a journey of self-discovery and accountability for others. I love delving into the intricacies of personal and professional challenges, guiding my clients with questions and frameworks instead of directives. My style isn’t for everyone – it’s for those ready to confront and overcome their hurdles, without excuses.

The essence of our podcast resonates with this philosophy; it’s an invitation to join me in a relentless quest for improvement. Recently, our episodes on communication and conflict resolution underscored an essential truth about human interactions – the significance of empathy, active listening, and self-awareness. We explored how understanding and navigating our triggers can pave the way for more constructive and empathic conversations, regardless of the domain – be it at home, in the workplace, or within our inner selves.

These discussions aren’t just theoretical; they’re rooted in real-life challenges and questions from you, our cherished listeners. Your insights and inquiries enrich our collective journey, making each episode a confluence of diverse perspectives and shared aspirations.

As we continue on this path together, I encourage you to engage, question, and reflect. Be part of our community at, and if my approach resonates with you, reach out for a one-on-one consultation. Together, we can discover how best to navigate your unique journey towards a better tomorrow.

Remember, the goal isn’t just about accumulating knowledge or skills; it’s about meaningful, tangible progress in how we think, act, and interact – today, tomorrow, and beyond.

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey. Here’s to continuous learning, growth, and being better, not just as individuals but as a community. Until next time, journey well.

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