Emma Stone has been nominated for two Oscars for her latest film, "Poor Things," one as Best Actress and the other as a Producer for Best Picture. Recently, she talked about her experience working on the movie on NPR's "Fresh Air with Terry Gross." During the interview, Stone spoke about how working with an intimacy coordinator on set helped her feel more comfortable with the film's intimate scenes. She also shared her perspective on anxiety, viewing it as a superpower that helps her stay focused and present in the moment. Stone also reflected on how the movie "Superbad" changed her life, as it was her first major film role. She talked about how important the film was and how it helped launch her career. If you want to hear more about Emma Stone's experiences, you can check out the complete interview on NPR's website.
Anyone can have Anxiety. By embracing anxiety as a superpower, you can learn to harness its power and use it to your advantage. Instead of seeing it as a negative emotion that holds you back, you can begin to look at anxiety as a way to channel your energy and motivation towards achieving your goals.
For more helpful tools check out this Award-winning book by author Natalie Kohlhaas, “Hello Anxiety My Old Friend: Harness Your Invisible Superpower”. Natalie walks people through her story and guides them to see anxiety through a different lens.