Posts Tagged ‘authenticity’

Nathanael Chawkin talks with @brekkiwithnikki @TOMS Conscious Capitalism Event in LA on how to be authentic through changing perspectives

October 27, 2019

My son Nathanael Chawkin recently participated in a Forum at the Conscious Capitalism Event in Los Angeles put on by TOMS. While there, Dr. Nikki interviewed him for her Talks Health Podcast. His answer to her question is clear and succinct, using a relevant martial artist example that’s easy to understand on how to receive and give feedback by changing your perspective and becoming more authentic in your communication with others. It’s on his Instagram and YouTube channel. See How to Be More Authentic: Ask For Perspective First – Then Share Your Own! Visit his website for more information www.thepalaestra.com.

When Nathanael talks about being authentic by asking for an other’s perspective first and then sharing your own, it reminds me of Martin Buber’s I and Thou philosophy, where two people meet on the same level of mutual respect. I found this quote, which fits perfectly: When two people relate to each other authentically and humanly, God is the electricity that surges between them. Here is an example in this recent post: Great conversation with Nathanael Chawkin on TV Santa Barbara show Rejoice with Pastor Chuk!


%d bloggers like this: