Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Pete Evans - Why Stereotypes Are Bad Even When They Are 'Good'
In this episode we open up our home to talk to the man himself, Pete Evans
Pete is an internationally renowned chef, restrauntaeur, entrepreneur, key note speaker, best-selling author, television presenter and so much more
Pete is best known for being one of the judges on the competitive cooking show My Kitchen Rules and with around 25 books to his name over the last 13 years, Pete is one of Australia’s most published contemporary Australian chefs.
With his passion for food and a healthy lifestyle Pete has inspired hundreds of thousands of individuals and families around the world live a happier healthier life.
In this deeply heartfelt conversation sat on our living room floor, we discuss:
Life growing up and feeling like he didn’t have a voice
Unravelling the belief systems that he and society set
How he came to be a celebrity chef
Why he does what he does and who he dos this for
What he is most misunderstood for
What he has recently changed his views on
Media perceptions and how to handle being stereotyped
Why perceived ‘good’ stereotypes are not always positive
Spirituality and the journey of discovery
What your views and opinions uncover about you
The concept of gurus and is this a good thing?
His upcoming work
And heaps heaps more
You are honestly going to LOVE this episode. Pete truly opens up his heart in this touching and moving episode that will guarantee to have you regarding Pete as a genuine and humble human being
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