She Wrote 580 Letters to Her Facebook Friends, This is What Happened w/Amy Daughters
In an age where everything is so fast-paced, it can be difficult to slow down and connect with people on a meaningful level. It’s becoming increasingly hard to find people that align with us and what we stand for.
How do we slow down and form meaningful relationships and uplift one another? How can we help others and ourselves feel less disconnected and lonely?
In this episode, author Amy Daughters joins me to talk about her book “Dear Dana: That time I went crazy and wrote all 580 of my Facebook Friends a Letter.” and how she’s touched so many lives by simply sending a handwritten letter. We also talk about the value of giving people your time, forming relationships and why it’s good to vent to people who aren’t really in your circle.
People felt compelled to share with me because they felt like they were being treated as an individual which turned out to be very powerful.
3 Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- The power of sharing your story
Can the simple act of sharing our experiences uplift and empower others even if it makes us feel vulnerable?
- Following your intuition
How do we start listening to and following our gut feelings?
- Why you don’t need to fit in to be a good friend
Everyone has different cultures, stories and experiences. How can we show up for people that are different from us?
Amy Weinland Daughters is a native Houstonian, wife, mother of two, freelance writer, sports journalist, and author, Amy’s second book is “Dear Dana: That Time I Went Crazy And Wrote All 580 Of My Facebook Friends A Letter.”
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