Matthew McConaughey Talks About His Inspiration And Love For Journaling In An All New Episode Of The Drew Barrymore Show
On this week’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show on Zee Cafe, we have Hollywood’s most popular actor, Matthew McConaughey as the star guest and his interaction with the host is quite interesting to hear.
Everyone’s favorite actor, businessperson, mom, and cultural icon, Drew Barrymore is creating an army of optimism and she’s looking for recruits! You heard it right. This 2021, celebrate we-time with your friends and family in an exciting dose of cheer and inspiration from the endearing Charlie’s Angels sensation in ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ on Zee Café airing weeknights at 9.
The week’s highlight episode that will air on the channel on Monday, 15th March 2021 will guest star the sole actor in Hollywood who has made a mark in every film that he has worked on, Matthew McConaughey. An actor and producer, the Academy Award-winning actor is acclaimed worldwide for his stellar performances on the big screen as well as television following the success of True Detective. Some of his other best works include The Wolf Of Wall Street, Mud, and Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.
Drew Barrymore converses with Matthew on his recent success with his biography, ‘Greenlights’. “I love the poetry of the way you speak and think and I have been having the most incredible time reading your book. I love that in the opening you mention that this is not an advice book and that you aren’t preaching but rather says that this is a playbook based on adventures of my life which is such a nice way of getting insights into your life journey.”
In his autobiography titled ‘Greenlights’, he says “I call it an approach book and not an advice book because nobody likes to be told what to do especially I don’t. But I did have a great time sharing certain things of my own life, certain things in life that have given me satisfaction approaches that I have taken at that I have failed at. What has helped me are the journals of my successes and failures that I have kept with me for the past 36 years.”
Matthew McConaughey tells Drew about his love for journaling. “I started keeping a journal when I was 14. A lot of men and women do so at that age. I was confused and I wrote down every question that popped in my head and every little problem I had. Later on, I continued to write when things were going well; when I was doing well; when my relationships with people improved. But when I look back, I think to myself the kind of flow I was in at that time. What journaling does for me is that I don’t write things so I can remember, I write things down so I can forget them. If I want to go back to the inspiration I had, I know that it’s been written down and I don’t have to think hard about remembering it.”
Drew Barrymore comments on the show, “You and I both have an optimism problem”
Tune in to a new episode every day and watch Drew Barrymore be her cheerful best bringing to light the people who have actually made a difference in their life, weeknights at 9 only on Zee Café.