Emotional Fitness: An Interview with Miles Adcox
Today’s episode is near and dear to my heart, perhaps because it’s personal.
Life is absolutely full of light and dark, good and bad, ups and downs—all kinds of colorful seasons. Something I love about the passage of time is we get to see many of the complex questions of yesterday make a bit more sense in our today.
Often times, our painful past experiences have birthed resilience stories that we get to carry along in our pocket and give away to those in need. It doesn’t mean we’d want to go through those seasons again, yet it sure gives levity and meaning to the wounds.
Part of my story has been a crippling battle with depression/anxiety dating back to high school. About a decade ago, it came to a head, despite years of therapy, cocktails of medication, you name it.
Thankfully, I heard about Onsite workshops from Cindy, a dear family friend. I could tell by the way she described her time there that this wasn’t your typical treatment program. No, Onsite was different; experiential in nature and truly transformative.
I was desperate, so I went. Scared out of my mind? Yes. I still went.
Desperate trumped scared.
Grateful doesn’t begin to describe how I feel in retrospect. Going through “Living Centered,” their flagship program, was an unforgettable healing experience.
Today, I’m beyond excited to share a very special interview with Miles Adcox, owner and CEO of Onsite. As you’ll learn in the intro of today’s episode, Miles has quite an impressive resume, and yet, his humility and transparency about the shifting journey he’s been on is inspiring and endearing.
I can’t wait for you to listen and learn more about Miles’ story and upcoming projects. Every time I talk to Miles, I’m reminded of what it means to truly make life matter, taking each day as a new opportunity for growth and change. I have a hunch you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about after listening to this interview.
Enjoy and share away!
Love and Gratitude,
*My podcast theme song is titled “Land of the Living,” written and performed by the very brilliant and gracious Matthew Perryman Jones.