So this week, I’m bringing you another podcast interview with a live audience. It’s my second in a series of interviews where I invite an author friend for coffee and conversation, and I invite you into my home too. This week, Emily P. Freeman is joining me for this special format I’m calling Dear Daughters Coffee and Conversation.
Emily P. Freeman has been on my show before, which was all joy. Listen to DD Episode 19.
If you’re interested in joining me for these live interviews (and we’ve had people drive in from all over to join me and my guests) then get yourself on my newsletter list because that’s where you’ll hear firsthand who is coming to town!
In today’s special episode, we’ll be celebrating and discussing her brand new book, The Next Right Thing. It’s a book designed to help you uncover the next right steps in your life. If you’ve ever agonized over something big like what you’re supposed to do with your life, or even something small like if you take a certain class. Or even a medium assignment like what preschool your kids should attend, well then you’ll love hearing Emily today on the podcast. Because not only does she explain how to find the next right steps, she also literally walks someone through it.
You’ll love hearing Emily. Here she is:
- Friends University
- The Next Thing Podcast
- The Next Right Thing Book
- Parker Palmer’s Thoughts on Creating a Clearness Committee
- Emily’s beautiful Instagram
- My new book, Dear Daughters: Love Letters to the Next Generation
If one of your next right steps is to find or be a mentor, I’ve got really good news. My new book, Dear Daughters, is out NEXT week!
And actually, it’s a template for those multi-generational conversations and relationships you’re craving.
TO CELEBRATE MY BOOK
JOIN ME AT THE GRACE GATHERING THIS FRIDAY!
I’ll be leading with my daughters, Emily and Sara. As well, Honey Holden and Hayley Morgan will be on stage. This is a multi-generational event. Young women, older women all coming together to focus on our GOOD GOD.
Finally … grateful, grateful for Davis sharing her music for the DD Podcast. :)