As the author of 21 books and a career that has spanned multiple decades, how to you stay curious about the world around you? This is just one of the things we discover on this week’s episode, a deep and intimate conversation with author Robert Fulghum, who just happens to be a personal friend of Katy.
Katy’s also explores Fulghum’s uncanny ability to attain resilience in the face of what some would deem to be disaster, why Robert dismisses the “meaningless” idea of personal authenticity, how travel shapes your life (and why he makes sure never to dress like a tourist!) and the simple thing that one elementary school teacher did that still makes him tear up thinking about it.
Read Third Wish, the book by Fulghum that changed Katy’s life (and which she has talked about numerous times on the show), and download (for free!!) some of Robert’s personal favorites of his own books. Find more about Robert Fulghum and his work at his website.
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