213: This Is Me with Cher
December 16th, 2020 · 50 mins 37 secs
About this Episode
CONTENT WARNING: Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse & Addiction
01:12 - Cher’s Superpower: Making and Collecting Hot Sauce
- Hobby vs Coping Mechanism
04:33 - Good Ideas Can Come From Anywhere
- Drive to Execute
- Becoming a Mentor/Leader
- Curiosity and Understanding the Big Picture
- Seeking Feedback From Others While Introspecting Feedback From Yourself
12:50 - Bravery, Enduring, and Overcoming; Eradicating Stigmas and Breaking Stereotypes
- Impostor Syndrome
- Blowing the Top Off Gatekeep-y Assumptions in Tech
- Rawness and Integrity
- Nader Dabit & Kurt Kemple
- “You’re not alone,” “I’m not special,” and “You can get here too.”
- Using Your Journey to Empower Yourself and Others
- MARLON CRAFT | FUNK FLEX | #Freestyle140
30:12 - Struggle, Opportunity, and Recognizing White Privilege
- Activating Empathy
- Manifesting Goodness
John: The incredible power we can have as people when we claim our story rather than deny it.
Rein: There is a huge potential for empathy between people with a lot in common, and it’s just about unlocking the potential that already exists.
Cher: Empathy is the glue that holds everything together.
Jerome: The skills transfer of experience.
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