The First-Gen Lounge
Remember how easy it was to make friends as a kid? Kids can meet other kids on the playground and instantly form friendships that can somehow last a lifetime. Yet, as you grow older, you notice that building and maintaining relationships is not as simple as it used to be. One of the things that contribute to that is that we're all different, and we tend to acknowledge our differences as we grow older. We often feel more at ease when the next person 'gets' us and understands our perspective. The reality is that life would be boring if we were all the same. Additionally, real success, the kind that exists both professionally and socially, is almost impossible without building great relationships with people utterly different from us. Check out the full session notes: www.evehudsonphd.com/2021/04/162 Track by The Boy: https://theboy.beatstars.com/music/tracks. Learn more about The EW Tra1lblazer Society: https://tra1lblazer.evehudsonphd.com/bundles/society.
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The First-Gen Lounge (formerly The Purpose University Podcast) is the FIRST podcast of it’s kind–highlighting the experiences of first-gens. It is a place where we, first-generation college graduates, come to kick it and talk honestly about this thing called life and biz.