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On the eight Monday Mocha show, we still continue in Hollywood and chat to someone who has left a heart print on my journey. I first caught a glimpse of him on Showtime’s Hit Series, “Queer As Folk,” where he played the character Emmett Honeycutt.  From there, Peter Paige has gone on to be one of the creators and writer’s for the ABC’s hit show, The Fosters. One of the many many things I love about Peter is the fact that he always makes time to connect with you. A lot of people reach out to him about the art he creates and how it has impacted their lives – I was one of those people and am better for it. A very special Monday Mocha.

“Connection is more important than ever at this moment in time. Despite the fact that we are tapped into the internet, in some ways we are less connected. It’s important for me to share a meaningful moment with someone.”

Follow Peter: @ThePeterPaige

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Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Peter Paige, Missy Dempsey & Sam Phelps
Produced by: Sam Phelps
NEXT EPISODE: Menu, Please? – Wednesday, March 15
Photos: Joey Middleton


How are you? No really, how are you? I think sometimes, that phrase is used quite flippantly as a way to start a conversation rather than make it the focus of the conversation.

If we were actually using the phrase, “How are you,” and paying extra attention to the response, then the need for a day where you ask people how they are and make it your focus wouldn’t be necessary.

If we’re aware of ourselves more and how we feel, we’re aware of others and how they feel. It becomes difficult to navigate through our emotions, our day to day thoughts, our pre existing though patterns if we lack that very thing; self awareness.

It’s the key to many openings – your strengths, your weaknesses, what you need to work on, what makes you happen, what you need. If you’re self aware, you are well on your way to authentic power.

In a lot of the podcasts I do, I encourage everyone to take time out of their day for themselves. To spend with themselves. I truly want everyone to get to know the essence of how they are, and that takes time and focus. This can be done through meditation, or if that’s not your flavour, sports, reading or just sitting in silence for 30 minutes. It’s perhaps the most important tool you will have.

This episode is a little different to others. I’ve taken a more “serious,” tone to it because I’m serious about you living the happiest life possible for you.

NEXT EPISODE: Wednesday, February 22
Produced by: Sam Phelps
Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Missy Dempse
Photos: Joey Middleton
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