This is episode 32 of Tim's Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.
Tim recorded two episodes this week. But as he went to submit the first recording, he realized he couldn't stand to bring you guys subpar, low-energy content. So he's back, he's caffeinated, and of course, he's angry at the thing he hates most: himself.
Finding your purpose is the hardest thing you'll do in life and Tim has yet to scale that mountain. He's been climbing for what seems like forever, but the peak is still as far away as when he started.
This week, he talks about how his greatest strength through his quarter-century life has been his unparalleled ability to fail at things. But he's going to make things right. He has some thoughts on why you should try as many different things as you can while you're young and he doesn't just mean kinky stuff in the bedroom.
If failure was an art, Tim would be da Vinci, Degas, and The Dillinger Escape Plan all rolled into one. So if you've ever wanted to hear Tim rant about something he's intimately familiar with, this is the episode for you.
Tune in now for Tim's two cents on your purpose!
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