To complete our four-part blog conversation with Ariel and Shya Kane of Being Here, I asked the lovely couple about rejuvenation. Helping others takes time, energy and effort. I imagine that anyone who is able to help others transform their lives–in the way that Ariel and Shya have, would need their own mechanism of rejuvenating themselves in order to stay on top of their game.
As Bob Burg and John David Mann put it in their book, The Go-Giver, “The key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving.” So, I had to ask these great givers about how they take care of themselves and each other.
And, surely enough, they were willing to talk about the value that sleep, sex, fly fishing and community bring to their lives!
Here’s our conversation:
Q: I want to thank you for all that you do for your listeners, readers, workshop participants and audiences in general. What do you do or where do you go when you need to be recharged?
Response from Ariel and Shya:
Special thanks to Ariel and Shya Kane for your great responses to my questions. Thanks for being so open! And, to Valerie Paik, thanks for helping this idea come to life!
I’m looking forward to meeting the Kanes soon at one of their upcoming Monday Night Alive sessions in NYC. Hope to see you there! You can also find out what the Kanes are up to on Facebook and Twitter!
Listening to Ariel and Shya’s show, Being Here, has helped me see things differently. As I said earlier, my friend Kathryn introduced me to the show. And, now I’m a huge fan!
Catch a show some time, why don’t ya?! Enjoy Being Here!