Luke Burrows

Think Clearly (and I’m Sorry)



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Latest Podcast

My latest podcast episode.

In this episode, I’m joined by Ash Phillips who is an entrepreneur and founder of Rebellious Co., a company that designs and delivers ecosystems of support for unreasonably ambitious people.

We discuss the importance of community and how trust is the key component to building strong relationships. We explore the concept of self-awareness and how it can sometimes lead to over-analysis and delve into the topic of intuition and the role it plays in decision-making.

We finish by discussing Rebel Meetups and how they provide a platform for rebels and creatives to connect and support each other.

Tune into this episode wherever you listen to your podcasts and if you’d be so kind as to leave a review that would be greatly appreciated:

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1 Insight To Consider

Thought-provoking insights to think about.

I’m a perfectionist. It’s an insecurity that I’m yet to discover where it comes from. But, it’s one that I’m working on.

Recently, I’ve realised that…

It’s okay if it’s not perfect. What ‘it’ is.

Done is better than perfect.

And, is something that we’re all to aim towards rather than being perfect.

Because, at the end of the day does perfection even exist?

I don’t know about you but I’ve come to realise that there is always something to improve upon, make better, and make as good as possible.

With this in mind, we can strive to make progress and “perfect” it over time. But, to get caught up in perfection often leads to excess stress, wasted time, and overthinking!

Well, that’s my experience…

This requires us to trust the process and play the long game.

Something I’ve lost sight of but am starting to remember again.

Can you relate? Are you a perfectionist? Do you know where this trait comes from? Drop me an email back if you have any thoughts and/or your own insights on perfectionism.

1 Idea To Act On

Simple actions to improve your health & life.

Have you ever practised breathwork?

If so, do you practice regularly?

If not, are you open to giving it a go?

The other day I thought to myself… what has been the most transformative personal growth, spiritual practice, and health practices that I do regularly…

Breathwork was one that came out on top.


Because from my experience, it’s led to a much calmer mind, enjoying life more especially the day-to-day that can so often get people down (including myself), and a deeper appreciation for all of life. I’m also less reactive and dissociate from the ego.

That’s not even taking into consideration the scientific and health benefits. More on that in upcoming podcast episodes 😉

So, my idea for you today is it…


As simple as that.

Take 5 to 10 minutes out of your day every day to just breathe!

There are many different breathing techniques from the 4-7-8 method to box breathing. I recommend starting with box breathing.

Visualise a box. As you go up one side, inhale and count to 4. As you go across the top of the box hold your breath for 4, as you go down the other side exhale for 4, and as you go across the bottom of the box hold for 4. Repeat for 5 to 10 minutes.

The number of seconds you choose can vary. I’ve just chosen 4 as that’s what I’m practicing right now. But, you could easily choose 5, 6, 7, or 8 seconds.

Practice it consistently and watch how you become calmer, more peaceful, and less reactive.

Principle Of Life

Principles & reminders to help you live your best life.

#03: Appreciate everything, expect nothing.

Until next week,

Luke Burrows

Founder, Podcast Host

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