The Steem Sister Show - Episode 21 // Advice and Self-Help - The Good and the Bad!

in steemsistershow •  4 months ago

Welcome to the 21st episode of the Steem Sister Show!

Your hosts are @coruscate and @maryjaney. We are two sisters using the Steem blockchain to chat about our life experiences and provide a little entertainment value to the Steemit Community.

Topic of this Episode – Advice and Self-Help - The Good and the Bad!

This ended up being such a fun episode for us! We shared a lot of laughs and also learned a bit about each other.

Here are the questions covered this week:

  • Who is someone you find inspirational, and what about them makes you want to be your best self?
  • Audience question from @oxygen02 – How do you feel when you have been advised wrongly by a parent?
  • Where do you go to find inspiration for self-development?
  • Have you ever had a realization (based on advice given, or something someone said) that totally shifted your world view?
  • Is there a piece of advice you have gotten from a friend or loved one that you are so grateful you followed?
  • Is there a piece of advice you have gotten from a friend or loved one that you wished you had followed?

What is the Steem Sister Show All About?

We aim to bring more “non-crypto” related content to the Steem Blockchain. Although there is nothing wrong with this kind of content (@corsucate even posts on crypto related material sometimes) – we want to help create a better onboarding experience for new users. We talk a lot about attracting new users to the platform – but if the trending page is filled with crypto posts and flagging wars, they are likely to lose interest quickly.

We hope that by creating content that is more similar to what they are used to seeing on other social media sites – they will feel more excited about being here and creating content of their own!

How Does It Work?

We pick a different topic every episode, and then throw totally random questions about that topic in a hat and go back and forth. We always have a mix of our own questions and some audience questions. Our rule is that we cannot tell each other our answers before filming! So you guys are getting our raw, unfiltered reactions here.

Every episode we announce the next week’s topic so people can submit questions.

Want to win some SBD??

If we chose to answer your question in the next show… we will send you 2 SBD! Now that’s some easy money.

Next Week’s Topic : Television Shows!

In next week's episode - we will be chatting all about TV Shows! Our all time favorite shows, what we are binging right now, what shows we were disappointed with etc.

If you would like the possibility of winning 2 SBD - please submit your questions! Anything on the topic of TV is fair game.

Listener questions always end up being the best ones - so thank you in advance to everyone who submits one!

That’s a Wrap!

We hope you enjoyed watching this episode on advice and self help! If you can't tell - we certainly had a good time!

If you have any thoughts or questions that came up from this episode – feel free to shoot them in the comments below.

With Love,

The Steem Sisters

@corsucate and @maryjaney


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I entertained a lot reading the post, I did not know anything about this channel, I will be following them, today in the whole afternoon I will see the shows I really congratulate them. A hug.

Finally, i am back after a long while of absence. I must say you two are looking good. TV shows was family bonding time while i was growing up. It was fun arguing about how the next episode would turn out. I still follow a few today.
My question is, how would you compare the TV shows we had growing up to the ones we have now. Which would you enjoy more if you were given a choice. Great show...i look forward to next week.

All thanks to @coruscate and @maryjaney for this wounderful show. My question on television show goes thus; Are there ways to protect children from violent programming?