It’s true, we’re all a little bit broken. And sometimes, we need to share our stories, our collection of moments, with our community, friends and family who care about us the most.
Sharing stories is how we relate to one another. It’s how the broken pieces feel whole again, and it’s how we amplify our love, voice and message to elevate the planet.
In this episode, my longtime friend Roz Weston joins me on Without Losing Your Cool to talk about his new memoir, share stories of his childhood, and how we can all find the beauty in what feels broken.
What we experience and go through in life is how we begin to mend the pieces.
Roz Weston is a multi-platform entertainer and storyteller who hosts three shows a day and sleeps five hours a night. In 2013 Hello! magazine named him one of the 50 Most Beautiful Canadians. He has not made the list since. Growing up in a small town with above-average confidence but low self-esteem, Roz knew he wanted an audience, but didn’t want to be noticed. On TV and radio, as host of The Roz & Mocha Show, ET Canada Live and Entertainment Tonight Canada, he now entertains millions without ever having to see a single one of them. Roz, a college dropout, is a Canadian Music and Broadcast Awards winner, New York Festival of Radio winner, and Canadian Screen Awards WINNER. Roz lives in Toronto with his girlfriend, their kid and four cats. He still misses his dad.
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