Change is hard and scary — the uncertainty, the letting go of security, and simply trusting in the act of trying. In Episode 56, Christine interviews actor Dr. Ken Jeong (of The Hangover and Dr. Ken fame) about making professional leaps. In this candid interview, Jeong talks about what it was like to leave medicine for an acting career, dealing with fear of failure and other people’s expectations, letting go of control, how his experience has impacted his parenting, and why his wife was the catalyst for his success.
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Minimalist Parenting
- Death, Sex, and Money interview with Ken Jeong
- Ken Jeong’s IMDb page (see well-known film roles: The Hangover, Knocked Up, Role Models)
- Ken Jeong’s recent TV roles: NBC’s Community + ABC’s Dr. Ken (and if you want to get in on Christine and Ken’s “Korean connection” check out D.K.’s Korean Ghost Story airing 10/21/2016!)
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