336: Helping Your Kids Own Their Superpower with Katie Soy

In this episode of The Shift Show, I talk with Katie Soy all about her new book, The Firefly and the Storm. We talk about trying to fit a mold to fit in and breaking that mold to stand out. 

You’ll hear: 

  • Failure and perfectionism and why they play part in your business
  • Why you should own what makes you different
  • What conversations parents should be having with their kids
  • What it means to be different and how to accept your differences
  • Why being different is your super power

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