Ask & Answer Show with Coach Graves
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Talked about hot topics (news, culture of interruptions, the pursuit of happiness, etc.) and took some live callers to discuss.
Stephanie defined her new term for all things that distract us from finding personal peace and meaning = Culture of Interruptions.
Stephanie and Robert discussed how to achieve happiness with a little inspiration from Jim Carrey’s words, “We want to show ourselves and be accepted.”
Stephanie and Robert discussed the possible motivation behind writing a 10 page manifesto with help from caller George in regards to the engineer that what fired from Google for “perpetuating gender stereotypes.”
Callers Lorenzo, Cornelius and Katy shared some compassionate thoughts on how to care for and communicate with veterans.
Documentary Stephanie mentioned and recommends watching. American Anarchist
Where you can get Stephanie’s “Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History” Shirt – The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles
Backstory Behind Stephanie and Guest
It was great having Robert back in the studio. I can count on him to be thoughtful and he bring the energy in every way. Although we covered some heavy topics on this show, this was very fun show to do. – Stephanie Michele
Social Challenge of the Week
Interruption Awareness Challenge –
How often are you switching tasks or interrupting your thoughts and tasks with new ones? Spend some time noticing your interruption patterns. What feelings are you experiencing during the interruptions? Ask yourself, “What do I need the most right now?” Don’t worry if you don’t have an answer right away, keep asking as the interruptions happen. When you do get an answer, stop and make time for what comes up.
Online dating websites and apps are great for meeting new people yet may be creating unforeseen obstacles if your goal is a long-term relationship.
Talked with creative writing teacher, Megan McCord about writing and sharing your story.
Taking a look at what it means to empower women to be strong with Nurse Jadah Chatterjee and Artist Manager John Cowan