Mark Shapiro

Episode 233 - July 30. 2019


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"There's more to see than can ever be seen,
more to do than can ever be done."

-Disney's The Lion King


If you've been on the internet or the movie theater, you're probably aware of the new live-action remake of Disney's The Lion King. It's a fantastic movie that brings all the nostalgia back from the original and couples it with some pretty gut-punching realism.


And while it's pretty obvious that some of the central themes of the movie involve the interconnectedness of all life and how love is a primary motivator for our actions (love for family and people in the case of Simba, and love of power in the case of Scar), there's much more to uncover if you look a little deeper.


In this solo episode, Mark sits down and shares 15 lessons he took away from watching the new remake, how it can relate to all our lives. To get the details, check out Episode 233 of People Being Real!





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Show Notes:

-What Mark likes to do after he watches a movie.

-Why Mark isn't a fan of the marketing strategies big companies utilize today.

-The fifteen lessons Mark learned from watching the new remake and how they apply to us.


Things to check out:
Episode 78: Margo Majdi - Acknowledge Yourself & What You're Capable Of

Episode Quotes

"Rebellion doesn’t necessarily mean courage."


"It’s normal to have moments where we forget who we are."


"Running away doesn’t always solve your problems (most of the time it doesn’t)."


"Friends help you get through anything."


"It’s never too late to find your way."