Nov 5, 2019
Gregg Levoy is a vibrant and passionate teacher, presenter, and author of the books Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passionand Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life. He is a contributing author and blogger for Psychology Today and has written countless articles for publications like The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, and Christian Science Monitor. Gregg has appeared on multiple media channels like ABC-TV and CNN and frequently hosts seminars and workshops in the business, educational, governmental, faith-based and human-potential industries.
Today, Gregg and I discuss the difference between getting old and becoming elders and how we can intentionally and consciously become wise elders. We discuss the significant roles that mentoring and being a good role model can play in today’s society and why there is a big need for good modeling and mentoring in the lives of the younger generation. We also discuss the significance of defining the kind of elder you want to be, regardless of your age.
“The beauty of mortality and what can turn people from ‘regular older people’ into ‘elders’ is the wisdom in mortality.” - Gregg Levoy
This week on Relationships! Let’s Talk About It:
Connect with Gregg Levoy:
Let’s Talk About It!
Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Relationships! Let’s Talk About It - the show to help you forge deeper, more meaningful connections and relationships with those around you. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us a rating and review.
If you have a relationship question you’d love to have answered, visit our podcast page to leave us a voice message. Your question may be featured on a future episode!
Don’t forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook at HeartShare Counseling, join our Relationships! Let’s Talk About It Facebook group, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Share your favorite episodes on social media to help others build better, more meaningful relationships.
And if our content has helped you forge deeper connections and more meaningful relationships, be sure to help support the show by visiting our Support the Podcast page!
Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk
Relationships! Let’s Talk About It is produced by Auxbus. You can create your own great podcast - faster and easier - at Auxbus.com