Working It Out with Words and Social Media

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Getting perspective on healthy and unhealthy aspects of social media use from an enlightened millennial and poet, Isabella Mente.

Show Highlights

Stephanie and Isabella talking about why they believe seeing a therapist should be accepted as a “normal thing.”

Stephanie and Isabella discussing why it is important to clean out your social media accounts on a regular basis.

Isabella talking about how she deals with haters.

Isabella encouraging people to find their power in the “NOW” and do their thing.

Resources Mentioned

Isabella Mente’s Book –  7300 Days.

Isabella’s Instagram

You Are a Badass – (book Isabella recommended)

Backstory Behind Stephanie and Guest

I have known Isabella’s dad for a few years now. When he mentioned “my daughter self-published a book,” I was intrigued. I scheduled a call with Isabella to test our “conversational chemistry.” It took me less than 5 minutes to feel her authentic energy and know that she would be a great guest on the show. Considering how much unfavorable things are said about the millennial generation, it was refreshing to connect with Isabella and be energized by her joy for learning and taking life as it comes. She gives me hope.  – Stephanie Michele

Social Challenge of the Week

What do you want to create? Spend some time figuring out what would bring you joy.

Is it cooking, music, pottery, writing, art, or a DIY project?

Tell one person what your creative aspiration is.

Bonus: Share with one friend and one family member.

Double Bonus: Share it with Isabella and Stephanie on Instagram.

And then of course — GO DO IT! Make your thing! Do You! 🙂

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Instagram

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