In episode 72 of Offline, host Alison Rice has an honest conversation with Carson Tueller, a performance and empowerment coach based in New York City. His coaching methodology is rooted in the philosophy that our lives are lived inside of the narratives we’ve created about ourselves, our circumstances, and our experiences.
Let that sink in for a moment. How much of the way you identify in the world is based on a story? A story about where you’ve come from, what you’ve been through or what your job title requires you to be?
This episode stands for new perspectives and new beginnings. For reframes and radical acceptance. Carson is an educator, an activist and an advocate.
In this honest conversation, Carson shares his journey to coming out as a queer man, the major life event that led him to step into his purpose as an empowerment coach, what true disability advocacy looks like, acknowledging unconscious ableism, why we need to re-examine our definition of sex, pleasure as a spectrum of feelings and why it’s OK for empowerment coaches to feel disempowered sometimes.
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