Inside Scoop 48 / 1st October

Inside Scoop 48 / 1st October

Dom here, back with another Inside Scoop to let you know what has been on my mind this past week. 

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What I have been watching: “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill” at Belvoir St Theatre. Amazing Tony award winning cabaret (coming to Melbourne and Adelaide so try and see it). Set in a seemingly inconspicuous South Philadelphia bar in 1959, the audience is transported to one of Billie Holiday’s iconic last performances. As she belts out her classics, she shares the story of her life. Some audience members sit “on stage” in a jazz club setting and interact with Billie. That was us. Not for introverts so careful where you sit  

What I have been thinking about:  The power of selective hearing and the art of letting go. Ruth Bader Ginsburg once shared an invaluable piece of advice she received on her wedding day: “In every good marriage, it helps sometimes to be a little deaf.” It’s an approach she utilised not only in her personal life but in her professional journey too. The takeaway? Life’s too short to cling to every offence; sometimes, it’s better to be selectively deaf and occasionally forgetful.

What I have been making: I don’t get out much but when I do I kill a few birds with one stone – so I went to a cool Surry Hills cocktail bar before the Billie Holiday show. I’ve found my new summer drink: it’s a spicy watermelon margarita. A blend of sweet and spicy. Followed closely by a pomegranate margarita and next time I venture out that way I’ll sample the lychee martini!

What I have been reading: James Clear’s article on the psychology behind why facts don’t always change our minds. He explains how we are slaves to popular opinion and our intrinsic desire to fit in. The underlying message? Often, our need for social acceptance trumps the hard facts. Think of the “Emperor’s New Clothes”

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