How to Live Mask-Free to Thrive at Work & at Home with Michael Brody-Waite

 

 

We are trained by society to hide our weaknesses and struggles from others. We tend to avoid vulnerability by wearing masks, robbing us of the opportunity to connect with the people around us. From our colleagues to our friends and family, we try our best to appear our best despite the challenges we face.

In this episode, Michael Brody-Waite shares his insights on why we should be open to others and take our masks off. He explains how being vulnerable with our weakness actually empowers us both in the workplace and in the household. Mike also talks about recovering from drug addiction and why going through adversity sets us in the path to self-improvement.

This episode is not only for leaders but also for individuals who wear masks in their lives and want to take it off. Tune in!

Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode

 

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DISCOVER how inauthenticity is negatively affecting your life.

 

 

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KNOW more about the psychology behind our masks.

 

 

 

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LEARN why recovering from addiction is a superpower.

Episode Highlights 

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"I believe that we typically start that journey from a pretty self-obsessed and self-centred place. And so it's not a complete mystery as to why when people find their path, they get really passionate about that path".

"I think we get trained to hide our true selves, I think, a lot by society. And there's a lot of work that goes into learning how to live and lead mask-free". 

"My addiction gives me the excuse to prioritize a process that makes me feel my feelings, that makes me reconcile reality. And what that does is that gives me the ability to reclaim a tremendous amount of energy and really, like, chart my own pathMy addiction gives me the excuse to prioritize a process that makes me feel my feelings, that makes me reconcile reality. And what that does is that gives me the ability to reclaim a tremendous amount of energy and really, like, chart my own path".

"The three principles are practice rigorous authenticity, surrender the outcome, and do uncomfortable work. And these three principles are what anybody that in recovery needs to be effective at, but they are also the opposite of what leaders are taught will make them great".

"It’s my personal experience that the greatest competitive advantage any individual, team and organization in this world can achieve for the lowest cost is to teach their people how to live and lead mask-free".

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About the Guest

 

Michael Brody-Waite was a full-blown drug addict at the age of 23. He drank alcohol, smoked cigarettes and weed and did whatever kind of drugs he could get his hands on. He rehabilitated himself and went on a transformation. As a result, he has spoken on the TEDx stage and inspired other drug addicts with his life story and the mask-free movement.

To know more about Mike and his work, you may visit his website.

 

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