Lies That Impact Emotional Health in Our 20s and 30s with Paul Angone

When we recognize lies, we can combat them. But when we live a lie believing it’s true, that’s when we can be sabotaged.

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For so many of us, we have big dreams and expectations for our 20s and 30s. But when those expectations aren’t realized, it can lead to discouragement, confusion, and lies we believe about ourselves being solidified within our minds. In this episode, Neal is talking with Paul Angone, best-selling author and twentysomethings-expert, about some of the most common lies people in their 20s and 30s believe.

Guests Bio

Paul Angone is the best-selling author of four books, including 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties, 101 Secrets For Your Twenties, and his newest book 25 Lies Twentysomethings Need to Stop Believing. Paul is also the creator of, which has been read by millions of people in 190 countries and a national keynote speaker with a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership. Paul lives in Denver, CO with his wife Naomi and four kids.

Key Takeaways

  • “Your 20s and 30s aren’t going to go as planned, but it’s about how you adapt, change, and grow when it doesn’t go as planned.”
  • “If you’re going to explore, you first have to get lost.”
  • We don’t need the validation of others to find our worth.
  • False scripts are often what lead to the lies we live as truth.
  • When we believe that we are a failure, we approach life from a place of shame.
  • What if pursuing “happiness” wasn’t the most effective way to find joy and purpose?
  • You are not the only one struggling.

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