Motivation is a funny thing. We often talk about it with the assumption others understand our meaning.
As Rodney mentioned in his blog regarding our conversation with Shye Eaze, our follow-up structure has changed.
Close your eyes and envision a scenario; figuratively, of course. Envision you own a white car. This car is a good car.
It’s a weird path to optimism. The idea of it seems naïve. See, I grew up in a culture that didn’t promote optimism.
Rodney first said “This is our social experiment”. I’ll be honest, when he did, it caught me off guard. But I liked it.
John McCain: “…Whether we think each other right or wrong in our views on the issues of the day,
Erika is a woman who works on citizen re-entry into the general population. She and I recently had a conversation about the limitations of the re-entry ecosystem.
I always struggle with the thought that I have no place doing what we are doing. After all, who am I to be doing this podcast?
Rodney and I recently had a conversation regarding the discomfort of sharing thoughts on the matters we discuss in the podcast.
Keith is Co-Founder of More In Common. He is co-host and lead content editor for More In Common Podcast. Coming with almost 15 years of sales experience and a background in Psychology, he has had to learn to effectively communicate with all people. A natural ability to communicate has been cultivated and formed over years of practice.
With a passion for helping people be better versions of themselves, Keith looks to help people break down the walls between each other through dialogue and curiosity.
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