The Art of Getting it Wrong Book - Stephen Miller

Finding the Good in Misadventures in Life with Stephen Miller

When it comes to making mistakes and taking risks, are you fearful that you’re going to do something wrong and it’s going to be irreversible? If this happens, will you be identified as a failure? That is what most people are afraid of when taking risks. We talk today about this and the stories we tell ourselves and why we get wrapped up in something like this. 

My guest, Stephen Miller is an entrepreneur, best-selling author and Youtube star with his channel, The Stephen Fam, with a platform of almost 1 million followers in just 2 years. In his channel, he displays the beauty and the depth, diversity of featuring his large adoptive home of nine.

Stephen has recorded six studio albums and is the author of The Liberating King and The Worship Leaders.

What You’ll Learn

5:26 Interview Begins

6:26 How People Respond to a Big Family

Both Larry and Stephen share stories of people reacting when finding out how many children they have when they walk into a place of the topic arises.

10:06 Growing Up & Connecting the Dots

Stephen describes the way some of the dots connected for him as a young man and he talks about having a father figure in his father-in-law and the support he and his wife received as teen parents.

17:45 Bullied

Stephen Miller talks about how his wife saw him for who his is and beyond the fat high school kid. She is a huge driving force in his life and it compliments well with him in building the family they now have.

20:48 Not Repeating Patterns

Both Larry and Stephen talk about how certain actions in their young lives led them to make decisions of what not to do as fathers and also what decisions to make as fathers.

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