Aug 4 • 26M

Don't Put On Your Face

AND TAKE OFF YOUR MASK WHILE YOU'RE AT IT

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Square Peg Round Hole with Timothy Eldred, husband, father, writer, speaker, coffee snob, pipe smoker, bourbon drinker, person of faith, and a friendly disrupter of the status quo on a mission to end aloneness and help people live with authenticity.
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Have you heard the phrase (or used the phrase) I need to put on my face? It’s an idiom about putting on makeup; however, the concept can be applied in much broader terms. Because we all put on a “face” of sorts. Our face (or public persona) is the outward identity we reveal to others which may or may not portray the authentic you. 

In this episode, I talk about the idea of not only taking off your mask but actually choosing to not even put on your face in the first place. What would happen if we followed this challenge? What if we let other people see our blemishes and brokenness? Would society be better? Would we be healthier as the human race?

If you’ve listened in the past, you know my answer to those facetious questions. If you’re new to Square Peg Round Hole, welcome. You’re about to know my answer, too. But regardless of how long you’ve been listening, I believe you will be brave enough to break some rules to become your true, authentic self in this artificial world. Cheers!

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Timothy Eldred is a writer, speaker, and friendly disruptor of the status quo on a mission to end aloneness and help people live with authenticity. @timothyeldred.