April 22, 2020 by Julia Rose
EPISODE #12: 8 Ways You Can Transform Social Isolation Into Personal Opportunity with Shaka Senghor
From the elementary Honor Roll to the tough streets of Detroit, a tiny prison cell to the TED stage, a pen and a pad to the New York Times bestsellers list... the man I speak with today has lived quite a life.
And here to share a few leaflets of wisdom from his journey is our guest today, Shaka Senghor.
In this week's episode, Shaka shares some of the things he's been reflecting on while experiencing quarantine as a former inmate in solitary confinement and now as a father and co-parent to a young boy. He also walks us through the eight things you can do to transform this time of isolation into a space of personal reflection, self-discovery and creative vision.
Meaningful Highlights from this Episode:
Want to make this episode actionable? I've got you covered! I created an action-packed "Quarantine Checklist" that includes step-by-step breakdowns of each of Shaka's eight recommended practices and activities for while we are sheltering-in-place. Make sure you lean on this tremendous (and free!) resource as you lean-in to this solitary time. Check it out below:
With your Quarantine Checklist freebie at the ready, get set to dive into your self-discovery, inner exploration and creative visioning here!
(Oh! And if you want to check out JR's example of her own mini-"checklist" - inspired by Shaka - you'll see it inside the freebie! Enjoy!)
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