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“Everyone in the world is a leader—it just depends on, are you effective at using your influence to help people or to hurt people, and do you have the tools in your toolbox to effectively lead?”

– Houston Kraft

Houston Kraft, author of Deep Kindness, cracks open the definition of kindness and shines a light on how our culture has oversimplified this essential way of being. He invites us to reflect on our belief in kindness and the ways we actually practice it, exploring the difference between confetti kindness and deep kindness. How often are our “acts of kindness” actually meeting a need? This is a beautiful, heart-opening conversation you don’t want to miss!

In this episode of The SimplyBe. Podcast:

  • The role of theatre in Houston’s life story and career

  • Becoming an effective storyteller

  • How kindness is broken & oversimplified in our culture

  • Implementing deep kindness vs. confetti kindness

  • Listening in order to understand someone’s need

  • Becoming a thought leader around what lights you up

  • Developing curriculum on social and emotional skills for kids

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This show is produced by Soulfire Productions


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