Adulthood Is...

101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties with Paul Angone

April 04, 2018 Episode 32
Adulthood Is...
101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties with Paul Angone
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Adulthood Is...
101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties with Paul Angone
Apr 04, 2018 Episode 32
Jayson C. Lynn / Paul Angone
In which we discuss Paul's new book 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties, and the state of the millennial generation at-large.
Show Notes
To find important life answers in your 20s and 30s, you need to start with good questions, and that is exactly what Paul Angone achieves in his newest book, 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties: (And Let's Be Honest, Your Thirties Too)! Paul and I chat about the state of a generation and what it means moving into the next chapter of our lives, as well as what the younger generations can learn from the mistakes or successes of the millennial generation in their twenties. We go over the question in his books and some of our favorite places to find advice in the world. Make sure to pick up a copy of Paul's new book and listen to his take on what it means to by All Groan Up

Where We’re Going…

Origin of All Groan Up and Your Passion for Millennial Coaching – :10

What are some unique challenges facing millennials? — 2:50

How do you relate your experiences to those coming up today?  – 6:30

Do you suggest career hoping while you’re young? – 8:00

What are some questions people aren’t asking of themselves enough? – 10:40

How would you help people to not compare their progress to others? — 13:40

How can someone find tangible moments to feel productive or fail in controlled environments— 17:10

How did you come about helping people through their struggles as a coach and mentor? — 22:00

If you could create or suggest an important college class, what would it be? — 28:00

Talking about the book 101 Questions You Need to Ask In Your Twenties --32:10

Who are the people you read and look up to for advice on your own life? – 37:53

State of the Generation report – 41:28

Inner Question – 44:52

 

Quotes:

“Obsessive comparison disorder does affect us in many different ways… It blocks us from having honest conversations about what we are dealing with.” – 12:50 “Success in your 20s and 30s is not about enjoying the fest, but about setting the table.” – 14:30 “If you’re not willing to be embarrassed you’re probably not willing to do anything great.” – 20:00

Links:

  Blog Links: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Jayson | Twitter | Instagram Paul:  Facebook | Twitter | Official Website
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