Randall Kaplan is joined by global superstar Sharon Stone to discuss what it took for her to achieve excellence in Hollywood as an outsider, how she managed to claw her way back from a crippling brain aneurysm, why being of service goes hand-in-hand with pursuing excellence, and much more.
Growing up dirt poor. Sharon’s early jobs and experiences as a model. Challenges as a woman and an outsider in Hollywood. The need to constantly prove yourself as a woman. Setting clear goals and pursuing dreams. The primacy of professionalism and kindness. The challenges of being a global superstar. The prevalence of sexual assault in the US. Finding ways to be of service every day. Sharon’s charity and philanthropic work. And other topics.
Sharon Stone achieved global superstardom for her performance in the blockbuster film Basic Instinct and has appeared in over fifty-two movies. She has won forty-three awards for her acting including a Golden Globe for best actress in a motion picture and an Academy Award nomination for the film Casino. Sharon is intimately involved in humanitarian and philanthropic efforts, and received the Nobel Peace Summit Award in 2013. In March of 2021, Sharon released The Beauty of Living Twice, an autobiography that details her life and the incredible challenges she’s managed to overcome.
The Beauty of Living Twice by Sharon Stone (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NHXFG31/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1)
Teenline, emotional support line for youth – 1.800.852.8336 (https://teenlineonline.org/)
Hotline for victims of domestic abuse – 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) (https://www.thehotline.org/)
Homeless Not Toothless – (https://homelessnottoothless.org/)
Planet Hope – (https://www.planethope.org/)