The UNcivilized Podcast

| Jul 09, 2020

The Opposite Of Racism Is Love with Kiné Corder


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There’s so much hate in our world, especially when the conversation turns to race and inequality for non-white people. In this episode, I was joined by an amazing guest, Kiné Corder to discuss this and how we can render better approaches to race. Kiné is a Black therapist who shares her own experiences of being a Black woman in American society. She shares a story about finding out her brother’s experience as a Black man, why many conversations about race are ineffective and how we need more empathy. Kiné shares great tips about becoming curious about other people and putting your focus on love instead of being “anti” anything.

About Kiné Corder

Kiné Corder is a National Certified Counselor and Clinical Hypnotherapist. She's also the CEO of Presidential Lifestyle, a wellness company focused on wealth in all of its forms. As a former Morgan Stanley financial advisor, Kiné realized that high achieving men needed help with more than just stock picks and portfolios. They were stressed out by the idea of reaching the American Dream. In 2014, she made the shift to therapy and has become the world's #1 Clinical Hypnotherapist specializing in stress and anger management. Her work today encompasses helping men, and their teenage children, unlock their subconscious beliefs around love and money so they can feel at ease and at peace creating a life of meaning.

Links

Kine's meditation series: https://www.presidentiallifestyle.com/offers/mh6vEQRY

Connect with Kiné


Website: presidentiallifestyle.com
Instagram: @kinecorder
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/kinecorder
Podcast:

 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/presidential-experience-podcast/id1346340955

What You’ll Hear:

5:33 What Kiné does as a National Certified Counselor and Clinical Hypnotherapist
7:13 How the brain sees familiar as good and unfamiliar as bad
8:51 The video that Traver saw Kiné post that made him realize we aren’t being effective
12:08 The confusion that people have around statistics
13:49 The pressures of being a Black woman in society
16:37 How we can move this conversation from statistics to a place of empathy
18:05 Kiné’s recollection of finding out how hard it is to be a Black man
23:10 The prevalence of interracial relationships in media and how they’re trying to bring people together
27:06 How we can be more effective in the conversation of race and inequality
31:02 Why people need curiosity toward others
35:22 How to start doing your work
40:01 Kiné’s thoughts on how this all boils down to fear
46:40 How to approach this work while still figuring out who you are
49:02 Why you should focus on love instead of being anti-anything
55:20 What Kiné hopes people will pull from this conversation
01:00:45 Why you should keep trying even if you feel unappreciated

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