VOHero Karen Lorre On How To Get Bliss From Anything, Even Rejection

Hey there, hero!

One of my longest relationships in this business has been with a peer, friend and client named Karen Lorre.

She’s had a bit of awesome news recently: her book, Chronic Pleasure, shot to #1 on Amazon…and on Audible as an audiobook.

I had a chance to catch up with her recently, and she dropped a really awesome bit of advice on how to get joy out of any part of your life.

Even when the phone ain’t ringin’, and you ain’t bookin’ any jobs.

Link to Karen’s book/audiobook:
https://voheroes.com/get-chronicpleasure

Hope this helps!

David

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  1. Yes! Huge take-a-way from this video! In the last 3 days, this exact topic has come up over and over again for me. I call it a “God joke”. A God joke is when whatever it is you call God wants to impart some very important message to you and you see or hear it everywhere on billboards, bumper stickers, in books, on videos. I love this video and I agree that there is an energy around us all that wants us to learn, do well, and just have fun on this adventure we call life. It doesn’t matter if we fail because what we look at as failure is really a huge win on the other end. I really like the way she stated the idea of celebration around us. That is so positive and mind-blowing. I was shifting my mindset towards this after the last few days of reading and hearing this message but this just put the cherry on top! Wonderful video. Gotta check out that book too. Thank you.

  2. Yes! Huge take-a-way from this video! In the last 3 days, this exact topic has come up over and over again for me. I call it a “God joke”. A God joke is when whatever it is you call God wants to impart some very important message to you and you see or hear it everywhere on billboards, bumper stickers, from friends, in books, on videos. I love this video and I agree that there is an energy around us all that wants us to learn, do well, and just have fun on this adventure we call life. It doesn’t matter if we fail because what we look at as failure is really a huge win on the other end. I know it but don’t always keep it at the forefront of my mind. I really like the way she stated the idea of celebration around us. That is so positive and mind-blowing. I was shifting my mindset towards this after the last few days of reading and hearing this message but this just put the cherry on top! Wonderful video. Gotta check out that book too. Thank you.

  3. I can’t wait to listen to her book. I agree 100% with Karen, that there’s always a positive takeaway from everything we do. Personally, I find myself judgmental about some of the projects I’ve agreed to, either because of the script or a fellow actor – or self-doubt that I can convey the character realistically. Without fail, I’ve learned something valuable from each experience, as well as seeing that I need to trust things beyond my scope of knowledge and intuition. It doesn’t always show itself immediately, but it happens each time, without fail.

    Even in this short clip, Karen’s energy and positivity are infectious, and I’m looking forward to listening to her read the book. Thanks for this interview, David!

  4. Wonderful reminder that rejection is a myth. We didn’t have the date / job / whatever beforehand, so we don’t lose anything if we don’t have it after – we only gain experience to learn from, and an opportunity to be even better (more professionally invested but personally detached) next time.

    I’d even go so far as to say this is one of life’s secrets. Thanks for another great nugget of wisdom.

  5. She literally just said she doesn’t even meditate anymore. I don’t like her but I like YOU! (SO confused…)