From the man in front of the camera to the businessman behind the scenes, Michael Strahan sits down with Paula to talk about building a positive mindset, giving yourself permission to follow a new calling, and not changing the unique things that may one day help you stand out in a crowd. He opens up about still feeling like an imposter at times and why the fear he faces with every new business venture, pales in comparison to the fear he faces being a father. The Good Morning America co-host explains how different jobs have helped shape him as a leader and foster his mentality that what you do, is not what defines you. He also shares the advice that helped him conquer his fears of being pigeon-holed into one role after retiring from the National Football League and why being a professional athlete is still the hardest job he has ever had.
“One thing people do too much is take themselves seriously.”
“Your life is about others, it’s not necessarily about yourself.”
Join award winning journalist Paula Faris as she explores what people are called to and why, equipping you to live the life you were meant for!
These real, honest conversations will leave you encouraged, empowered (with takeaways!) and entertained.Paula will be joined each week by friends--some old, some new--who can talk about purpose, calling, fear, branching out and the risks of pursuing dreams from their own perspective. Guests include: Candace Cameron Bure, ESPN's Maria Taylor, Chris Tomlin, Michael Strahan, Lauren Daigle, Sadie Robertson, Kathie Lee Gifford, Jenna Bush and many more!Most recently, she spent 9 years at ABC News, during which she was a co-anchor of 'Good Morning America' weekend edition, co-host of 'The View' and host of the 'Journeys Of Faith' podcast. While at the network, Faris reported on everything from politics, news and entertainment to sports and faith, interviewing the likes of Hillary Clinton, Sean Spicer, Joe Biden, Tiger Woods, Reece Witherspoon, to the casts of "Star Wars" and "Avengers".Faris graduated from Cedarville University ('97). She is a wife, mom, and dedicated follower of Jesus who bases her life and podcast on the foundational principals of Christianity, to love God and love people. She and her husband John reside in South Carolina with their three children.