Saturday Night Live - Donald Trump Impersonations - What We Resist Persists!!

Don't Be Afraid of Being Straight With Your Friends

Comedy, with a dose of wisdom too... 😉

By Jatinder Singh, Associate Partner & Mentorship Coach, Lighthouse International

With President-Elect Trump due to take office soon, it's vital that we remind ourselves why comedy and humour can be so important, particularly when it comes to people in positions of power! Over the last few months, American TV show Saturday Night Live had been doing a series of sketches of both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Donald Trump made in very known on social media that he was not a fan of those poking fun of him! So, given the election finished last month, what did Alex Baldwin, the actor doing the impersonations decide to do in the face of these protests? You guessed it, he carried on performing them!! Here's a recent one for you to watch... 🙂

Ultimately, the more we resist something, the more likely it is to come back and bite us until we learn to deal with it! Comedy has always played a key part at poking fun at those who struggle to do it themselves. It helps us to see the humour in situations, in a world which at times is frightening and sad. It also helps us to see the flaws of those in power and see that they are human beings too with their own emotional challenges.

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By |2017-05-13T13:42:19+00:00Dec 22nd, 2016|

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I am passionate about fulfilling my potential in life and helping others to do the same, so that we can all make a difference to society. I've learnt that fulfilment comes from pursuing a goal that is greater than my own ambitions and having a real purpose. I originally qualified as a Chartered Accountant but it was helping people through entrepreneurship and career development, rather than doing the numbers when I really came started to enjoy myself. I have found that we aren't taught as youngsters how to deal with challenging life situations and so there are many people that on the "outside" are fine, but "inside" really struggle.

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