On Failure and Self-Acceptance

Yesterday, I  listened to one of the most powerful Lively Shows in its 48-episode history. Jess Lively interviewed Brooke White, a former contestant on Season 7 of American Idol.

Brooke talks about exploring her musical talent, hairdressing among  other things.  I don’t want to preempt this  episode. You just have to listen for yourself.

Missed past episodes? You can browse the archives here or start with my personal faves:  Erin Loechner, Amber Housely, Noah Kagan, Eric Williams. (And no, I am not  Jess Lively’s brand ambassador.)

This  quote sums up  Brooke’s message:
BrookeWhiteOnTheLivelyShow

Related Posts:

Dorie Clark’s You  are not a failure and Stop believing that you have to be perfect

What’s your definition of success?

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About Lillian

I am a proud student of the human experience which provides me with the perfect excuse for being a bibliophile (read: book hoarder) and the unofficial patron of Nairobi Inama bookshops. But in my past life, I was a recorder player. You can also find me on Medium (@lillianyamongo) where I discuss sustainable finance.
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