Podcast – Stay Calm and Drama Free This Week

The Chalene Show has never been a political podcast and today’s episode is no exception. That said, it’s hard to ignore the divide we have in this country — much of it revolving around the upcoming election. So, today, I wanted to share some advice on how we can all stay calm no matter what the outcome of the election may be. For extra good vibes, I invited some of my go-to friends — Shaun T, Keenya Kelly and Kine Corder — who have a gift for providing comfort and solid advice during challenging times.


You’ll find out:

  • Why those who are the most emotional have the least amount of power
  • Why it’s irrelevant how I vote
  • Why I suggest to turn inward when dealing with family / friends who may differ with you
  • The importance of remembering that your emotions will not change any outcomes
  • How to really go about changing the way others think
  • The value of empathy in relationships
  • A reminder that blame never wins
  • Why you should pray for whomever wins the election
  • What to do when you feel negative and defeated



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If you liked this episode, check out Episode #487 – Tips to Stop Worrying and Start Living

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