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Terry Crews on Success, Accountability, and Toxic Masculinity

Terry Crews on Success, Accountability, and Toxic Masculinity

Update: 2019-02-1825
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So many of us hide who we truly are.

We bury our shame thinking that if anyone knew we would no longer be accepted.

But living this way keeps us from connecting with others.

It keeps us from truly experiencing life.

I kept my history of abuse hidden for a long time. It wasn’t until I told my story that I could become the person I am today.

You have to forgive yourself.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about shame with a person of great courage and integrity: Terry Crews.

Terry Crews is an actor, activist, artist, and former NFL football player. He plays “Terry” on Brooklyn 99 and is now a host on America’s Got Talent. Terry was included among the group of people named as Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2017 for going public with stories of sexual assault.

Terry has a powerful way of talking about what it means to be a man. We all can benefit from hearing his story.

So get ready to learn all about guilt, shame, and toxic masculinity on Episode 760.



Some Questions I Ask:

What’s the biggest mistake that was the hardest to forgive yourself for? (5:30)

What’s your view on forgiving toxic men? (55:00)

How did you learn to forgive yourself? (1:00:00)

What do love most about your wife (1:05:00)



In This Episode You Will Learn:

About Terry’s history of addiction (14:00)

Why men need intimacy (21:00)

The three stages of every man’s life (28:00)

The difference between shame and guilt (31:00)

The definition of toxic masculinity (40:00)

About Terry’s #metoo moment (45:00)
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Terry Crews on Success, Accountability, and Toxic Masculinity

Terry Crews on Success, Accountability, and Toxic Masculinity

Lewis Howes