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Lauren Zander is a life coach, university lecturer, public speaker and co-founder and chairwoman of The Handel Group. Her book, Maybe It’s You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life, is what she and Eric discuss in this episode. Lauren has an incredibly useful approach to uncovering your limiting inner dialogue so that you can truly catapult yourself forward in life.  In this episode, Eric and Lauren discuss several strategies to work with your inner dialogue. But wait, there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Lauren Zander and I Discuss How to Work with Your Inner Dialogue and … Her book, Maybe It’s You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life. Getting conscious of the unconscious parts of yourself Her life-changing moment at 19 How much of what is plaguing us is our inner dialogue Recognizing the strategist in your head How over 80% of our thoughts are negative and are on repeat The chicken, the brat, and the weather reporter within us How your linneage, beliefs and theories create our inner dialogue Steps to managing thought patterns Learning to make and keep promises to yourself Giving ourselves consequences to change our behavior How helpful having an accountability partner is Lauren Zander links: handelgroup.com Twitter Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Lauren Zander, check out these other episodes: Mark Manson Danielle LaPorte See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Whyte is a poet and author who also leads the Many Rivers Organization and Invitas, the Institute for Conversational Leadership, which he founded in 2014. David is the author of many poetry collection and prose books, including his newest book, Still Possible In this episode, Eric and David discuss several of David’s beautiful poems from his latest collection, as well as some of his older work. But wait, there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! David Whyte and I Discuss The Art of Poetry and Prose and… His book, Still Possible His poem, Your Prayer The metaphor of a doorway, and how it can be a barrier or an opening in your life Beautiful forgetting and how we can get out of and then into ourselves How depression is a form of stuckness Asking yourself how invitational you are to the people in your life His book, The Three Marriages How poetry is the art of saying things you didn’t know you knew His poem, The Road to Santiago How our reluctances are doorways to connection to other people Anxiety and how it is a kind of staticness How not knowing is great intimacy The importance of silence and rest David Whyte links: David’s Website Twitter Instagram Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with David Whyte check out these other episodes: Beautiful and Powerful Poetry with Marilyn Nelson The Power of Poetry with Ellen Bass See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Radhule Weininger, MD, PHD, is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and meditation teacher. She leads meditation groups in Santa Barbara and retreats globally, at La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Spirit Rock, Insight LA, the Esalen Institute, and the Garrison Institute. She is the author of HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom. In this episode, Eric and Radhule discuss psychological and spiritual healing of LRPPs (Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns that stem from trauma. But wait, there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Radhule Weininger and I Discuss Heart Medicine and How to Find Peace and Freedom and... Her book, HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom. "LRPP's" Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns of hurt. How LRPPs often originate from trauma in our past Understanding that there are no shortcuts to healing, it takes constant tending How LRPPs can also find meaning and purpose in our lives The obsessive and habitual components of LRPPs Learning to tap into the different types of awareness Psychological and spiritual healing and how they go hand in hand The steps to begin healing our LRPPs Finding a self compassion practice and making it a new habit Allowing mystery into the healing process How our heart can become the doorway to the great mystery Radhule Weininger links: Radhule's Website Mindful Heart Programs Radhule's Meditations Instagram Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Radhule Weininger, check out these other episodes: Work That Reconnects with Joanna Macy Inner Freedom Through Mindfulness with Jack Kornfield See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Richard Schwartz began his career as a systemic family therapist and an academic and has developed Internal Family Systems (IFS) in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves. He focused on the relationships among these parts and noticed that there were systemic patterns to the way they were organized across clients. Dr. Schwartz found that when the clients’ parts felt safe and were allowed to relax, they would spontaneously experience the qualities of confidence, openness, and compassion that he came to call the Self. He also found that when in that state of Self, clients would know how to heal their parts. Richard is a featured speaker for national professional organizations and has published many books and over fifty articles about IFS. In this episode, Eric and Richard discuss his book, No Bad Parts:  Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model But wait, there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Richard Schwartz and I Discuss Internal Family Systems and… His book, No Bad Parts:  Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model Defining Internal Family Systems (IFS) Understanding that we all have multiple “parts” within us The parallels of family therapy work to internal family systems Identifying the “Self” among our different parts IFS work is trying to understand what burdens each of our parts is carrying How the Self can take an active leadership role over our parts The roles that our parts take on:  exiles, managers, firefighters  How our parts can transform into powerful allies to bring healing Four goals of IFS:  Transforming, Restoring Trust, Bringing Harmony, Becoming more Self The 8 C’s – Creativity, Compassion, Confidence, Clarity, Connectedness, Curiosity, Calm, Courageous Trailheads refers to thought patterns or impulses that lead to the part from where it’s emanating How IFS is a type of spiritual practice in learning to access more of your Self The problems with positive thinking in working with your parts Richard Schwartz links: Richard’s Website (IFS Institute) Twitter Instagram Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Richard Schwartz, check out these other episodes: The Energy of Emotions with Ralph De La Rosa (2021) The Mind as Your Teacher with Ralph De La Rosa (2018) Understanding Emotions with Susan David See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meghan O’Rourke is a journalist, poet, and New York Times Bestselling author.  Her work often tackles challenging subjects like grief, illness, and more. Her previous books include the best-selling memoir The Long Goodbye, and the acclaimed poetry collections Sun in Days, Once, and Halflife. Meghan is passionate about advocating for those living with chronic illness and is the recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship and many other awards. Today, Eric and Meghan discuss her book The Invisible Kingdom:  Reimagining Chronic Illness Get Text Messages from Eric that will remind and encourage you to help stay on track with what you’re learning from the week's episodes released on Tuesdays and Fridays.  To sign up for these FREE text message reminders, go to oneyoufeed.net/text. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Meghan O'Rourke and I Discuss The Challenges of Chronic Illnesses and... Her book,  The Invisible Kingdom:  Reimagining Chronic Illness Her experiences of illness and various diagnoses The importance of validating a diagnosis of chronic illness How diagnosis is just the small part of chronic illness The common stigma of "invisible" illnesses Her fears of her illnesses being in her head The many complex factors that make up autoimmune illnesses How different bodies will react to diseases in very different ways Her frustrations and problems with conventional medicine The different type of care from alternative medicine practitioners The challenges of functional or alternative medicine The role of emotions and how they interact with physical illness Understanding how expectations can shape our biology How the world responds to those suffering with chronic pain and illness The role of fear and how it accompanies chronic pain and other symptoms What healing from chronic illness actually means Meghan O'Rourke links: Meghan's website Twitter Instagram Facebook When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed.  Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Meghan O'Rourke, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Living with Chronic Illness with Toni Bernhard Neuroplastic Pain with Yoni Ashar   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cory Allen is a writer, musician, and the creator of the podcast, The Astral Hustle.  He focuses on how to live better with leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy.  In Cory’s first appearance on the show, he discussed his book Now is the Way.   Today, Cory and Eric discuss mindfulness, identity, and much more! In this episode, Eric and Cory Allen discuss Get Text Messages from Eric that will remind and encourage you to help stay on track with what you’re learning from the week’s episodes released on Tuesdays and Fridays.  To sign up for these FREE text message reminders, go to oneyoufeed.net/text. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Cory Allen and I Discuss Mindfulness, Understanding Identity, and… How we are always reacting to our situations Mistaking our reactions for who we are Understanding our identity and where it comes from What we’re really looking for when we seek material wealth The pull of not feeling satisfied and constantly seeking satisfaction Differentiating our identity and our wanting Overwhelm is what leads to difficulty overwriting our impulses The value of meditation and mindfulness to calm the body The importance of exercise and nourishing the body How exercise and meditation complement each other The power of assertiveness when facing the challenge of change Self discipline is about giving yourself freedom from being controlled His work creating binaural beats and the effects of the vibrational sounds Cory Allen links: Cory’s Website Twitter Instagram Facebook When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed.  Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Cory Allen, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Cultivating Mindfulness with Cory Allen (2020) Transformative Mindfulness with Shauna Shapiro See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Stein Greenberg is the Executive Director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.  Sarah helps lead the d. school, an interdisciplinary institute at Stanford that nurtures innovators and spreads design thinking.   In this episode, Eric and Sarah Stein Greenberg discuss her book, Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways. Get Text Messages from Eric that will remind and encourage you to help stay on track with what you’re learning from the week’s episodes released on Tuesdays and Fridays.  To sign up for these FREE text message reminders, go to oneyoufeed.net/text. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Sarah Stein Greenberg and I Discuss Creative Thinking and Action Through Design and… Her book, Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways. How design includes systems and experiences in both personal and professional realms The importance of tuning in to the emotional needs and signals when addressing problems or issues The curse of knowledge or expertise Keeping an open mind and not jumping to the first solution  Being open to feedback as opposed to seeking validation An important tool in design is seeking feedback early and often Starting with a “beginner’s mind” is critical in design Learning to see things in a new and different way How reflecting on our experiences can unlock new insights  The exercise:  “What?, So What?, Now What?” The practice of blind contour portrait to locate and turn off the inner critic Learning to suspend judgment in the generative process How creative work involves trying new ideas knowing they’re not good “I Like, I Wish” practice allows us to reflect and reframe an experience The “tether” practice includes sitting for 3 hours to observe and record what you’re seeing Sarah Stein Greenberg links: Sarah’s Website Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed.  Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Sarah Stein Greenberg, you might also enjoy these other episodes: How to Stay Creative with Austin Kleon Creativity as a Cure with Jacob Nordby See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eric Johnson is the Director of the Center for Decision Sciences, Columbia Business School at Columbia University.  His research examines the interface between behavior decision research economics and the decisions made by consumers, managers, and their implications for public policy, markets, and marketing.   In this episode, Eric and Eric Johnson discuss his book, The Elements of Choice: Why the Way We Decide Matters Get Text Messages from Eric that will remind and encourage you to help stay on track with what you’re learning from the weeks’ episodes released on Tuesdays and Fridays.  To sign up for these FREE text message reminders, go to oneyoufeed.net/text. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Eric Johnson and I Discuss The Elements of Choice and… His book,  The Elements of Choice: Why the Way We Decide Matters How are choices are influenced Choice architecture is how choices are structured for people How we often don’t realize we are affected by choice architecture “Sludge” is bad nudging or dark patterns of choices A plausible path is making a better choice easier to make How the order of options can affect our decisions The role of memory when it comes to making decisions Screening and how it’s used in choice architecture Default options and how they may affect decisions Eric Johnson links: Eric’s Website Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed.  Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Eric Johnson, you might also enjoy these other episodes: How to Change Anyone’s Mind with Jonah Berger Mimetic Desires in Everyday Life with Luke Burgis See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan Millman is a former world champion gymnast, university coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor.  He is the author of 13 books, including The Way of the Peaceful Warrior which was made into a feature film starring Nick Nolte.  His most recent book written with his daughter Sierra is The Creative Compass:  Writing Your Way from Inspiration to Publication.   In this episode, Eric and Dan Millman discuss his book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior   In This Interview, Dan and I Discuss ... His book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior How to get moving in the right direction The importance of starting small  The danger of an all-or-nothing mentality How daily life is a practice  Wisdom is gaining insight into the consequence of our actions that guide our life The four purposes of life  How life is like school with lessons to learn The conventional and transcendental realms His book The Creative Compass that he co-wrote with his daughter The importance of trusting the process of your life unfolding See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bayo Akomolafe is a widely celebrated international speaker, post-humanist thinker, poet, teacher, public intellectual, essayist, and the author of two books – one of which he and Eric discuss in this episode.  In this episode, Eric and Bayo discuss These Wilds Beyond Our Fences: Letters To My Daughter On Humanity’s Search For Home. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Bayo Akomolafe and I Discuss Finding a Home and… His book, These Wilds Beyond Our Fences: Letters To My Daughter On Humanity’s Search For Home The most beautiful thing in the world to him right now His observations of his young autistic son The limitations created when we name something The way insanity is viewed in his Nigerian culture Finding home in the middle of the mess of life How everything is “becoming” in every moment Why he describes himself as a recovering psychologist and a fugitive The healing journey Bayo Akomolafe links: Bayo’s Website Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Bayo Akomolafe, you might also enjoy these other episodes: How to Build a Home for Your Soul Finding Grace with Eiman Al Zaabi See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jonice Webb is the pioneer of Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)™ awareness. She is a licensed psychologist and has enriched and kindled the discussion of this overlooked and under addressed topic by writing the first self-help book dedicated to CEN recovery titled “Running on Empty: Overcoming Your Childhood Emotional Neglect” In this episode, Eric and Jonice discuss Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), how it affects us as adults, and how to heal ourselves. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Jonice Webb and I Discuss Childhood Emotional Neglect and… Her book,  “Running on Empty: Overcoming Your Childhood Emotional Neglect” Defining and understanding what Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) How it’s not your fault, but it is your responsibility to find healing The subtle layers of emotional neglect from childhood that we may not remember CEN isn’t about what parents did, but rather what they didn’t do Symptoms and signs of CEN include discomfort and confusion with feelings and emotions Her work is trying to get people to reconnect with their feelings I.A.A.A. – Identify, Accept, Attribute, Act are the steps to process or deal with a feeling How writing can be a powerful coping technique when processing emotions Vertical and horizontal questioning  The first step to healing is owning and understanding emotional neglect The Emotional Neglect Questionnaire Learning to change your relationship with your emotions  Applying your newfound skills in your relationships The difference between minimizing and managing your feelings The importance of positive self-talk Jonice Webb links: Jonice’s Website Facebook Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Jonice Williams, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Energy of Emotions with Ralph De La Rosa Understanding Emotions with Susan David See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is our 500th episode (!!!) and to celebrate the milestone, we decided to do something a bit different. In this episode, Eric and Chris reminisce about the very first episode of the show, and then we hear from many listeners of the show! We hear what the parable means to them, stories of their struggle and transformation, and what the show has meant to them. We would not still be doing the show if not for you, our dear listeners, and we thought it would be wonderful to feature you in this special episode.  Let us know what you think about this special episode – if you like it, we’d love to do more!  But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Eric & Chris on Friendship The One You Feed – First Episode with George Watsky See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Caroline Williams is a science journalist and editor. She’s a consultant for and a regular contributor to New Scientist. Her new work has also appeared in The Guardian, the Boston Globe, BBC Future, and BBC Earth among others. In this episode, Eric and Caroline discuss her book, Move: How the New Science of Body Movement Can Set Your Mind Free. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Caroline Williams and I Discuss The Science of Movement and… Her book,  Move: How the New Science of Body Movement Can Set Your Mind Free How moving our bodies can affect the many parameters that affect how we feel Meditation is a way to tune in to our body and how we’re feeling How our brains were originally meant to inform us how and where to move in the world How physical activity positively affects our brains and mental health Interoception is the sense of the internal state of our body The powerful effects of physical movement on our thoughts and feelings Walking at a moderate pace turns down the thinking brain and increases creativity Having a strong core and good posture can improve the way we feel Strength training and its powerful effect on self-esteem The benefits of dancing  Breathwork and how breathing exercises affect the body Caroline Williams links: Caroline’s Homepage Twitter Instagram When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Caroline Williams, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Episode 135: Michelle Segar The Science of Breathing with James Nestor See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin Mitchell is an author and an Associate Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin. His research is aimed at understanding the genetic program specifying the wiring of the brain and its relevance to variation in human faculties. Kevin is also the author of the science blog, Wiring the Brain, and a number of books and publications. In this episode, Eric and Kevin discuss his book, Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Kevin Mitchell and I Discuss the Genetics of Personality and… His book, Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are The missing third component in the Nature vs. Nurture debate Innate Underlying Traits in the Brain: Extroversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Openness to Experience The relationship between genetics and neurobiology What “neurons that fire together, wire together” actually means The difference between Personality Traits and Character Traits The impact of parenting on underlying Personality Traits How people differ in the amount of “free will” that they have The connection between genetics and addiction That we become ourselves throughout lifetime Kevin Mitchell links: Kevin’s Website Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Kevin Mitchell, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Integration of Science and Wisdom with Jeremy Lent Neuropsychology and the Thinking Mind with Chris Niebauer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Carlin Quinn is the founder and current director of Education For Racial Equity. She is also a coach, facilitator, therapist, equity consultant to organizations, communities, and individuals interested in dismantling systems of oppression and co-creating cultures of equity, mutual liberation and rooted in compassion and non-violence.  In this episode, Eric and Carlin discuss her important work in bringing awareness to and helping others to engage in racial equity work. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Carlin Quinn and I Discuss Education for Racial Equity and… Understanding internalized and unconscious racism Moving out of our good/bad binary into curiosity keeps us open to learning How our ignorance of systemic racism is incredibly harmful The importance of white people tending to their own trauma and also staying present in racial equity work Becoming aware of what we are triggered by and asking who we become when triggered Her program with Resmaa Menaken, “Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism“ Defining “bodies of culture” as identified by Resmaa The fear and ambivalence in engaging in racial equity work Choosing to engage in equity practices in your life, with your children, and with your friends The need for educating ourselves both individually and communally Carlin Quinn links: Carlin’s Website Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism Program Instagram When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Carlin Quinn, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Racialized Trauma with Resmaa Menakem Deep Transformation with Spring Washam See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Massimo Pigliucci is a Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York, former co-host of the Rationally Speaking Podcast, and former editor in chief for the online magazine Scientia Salon. His research interests include the philosophy of science, the relationship between science and philosophy, the nature of pseudoscience, and the practical philosophy of Stoicism. He’s the author and editor of many books, including the one discussed in this episode: A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living.  In this episode, Eric and Massimo discuss what Stoicism teaches us about how to live a good and happy life. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Massimo Pigliucci and I Discuss How to Live a Happy Life and… His book, A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living What the term Stoicism means The Cardinal Virtues of practical wisdom, courage, justice, and temperance Origins of the Serenity Prayer How the judgments we have are ultimately in our control Coming to acceptance with our own death and then continuing on with life in the present moment The Dichotomy of Control The Discipline of Desire and Aversion in Stoicism The most important characteristic of a person in life Philosophical Journaling Massimo Pigliucci links: Massimo’s Website Twitter When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Massimo Pigliucci, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Applied Stoicism with Professor William B. Irvine Everyday Courage with Ryan Holiday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Emily White is a former lawyer turned writer. She is the author of Lonely, Learning to Live With Solitude. She has written for the Daily Mail,  the New York Post, the Huffington Post, and The Guardian. Her latest book is called Count Me In: How I Stepped Off the Sidelines, Created Connection, and Built a Fuller, Richer, More Lived-in Life. In this episode, Eric and Emily discuss how to deal with loneliness and strategies for finding belonging. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Emily White and I Discuss How to Deal with Loneliness and… Her book, Count Me In: How I Stepped Off the Sidelines, Created Connection, and Built a Fuller, Richer, More Lived-in Life. Understanding loneliness and the difference between depression  How “social depression” lifts when you connect with others Belonging is feeling welcome and needed How it takes time and effort to find belonging Finding belonging in something you value The difference between public belonging and private belonging Emily White links: Emily’s Homepage Twitter Explore the science behind weight loss and partner with your healthcare provider for a healthy approach to your weight management, visit truthaboutweight.com When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Emily White, you might also enjoy these other episodes: How to Become Unlonely with Jillian Richardson Community and Connection in an Online World with Emma Gannon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Liz Fosslien regularly leads interactive, scientifically-backed workshops about how to create a culture of belonging, help remote workers avoid burnout, navigate different work styles and effectively harness emotion as a leader. Her work has been featured by The New York Times, Ted, The Economist, and NPR. She is also the co-author and illustrator of The Wall Street Journal bestseller, No Hard Feelings along with the book discussed in this episode, Big Feelings: How to Be Ok When Things Are Not Ok. In this episode, Eric and Liz discuss really specific, practical ways to cope with various Big Feelings. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Liz Fosslien and I Discuss How to Cope with Big Feelings and… Her book, Big Feelings: How to Be Ok When Things Are Not Ok The myths of Big Feelings Myths about Uncertainty Tools to help cope with Perfectionism Emotions are often a response to stimuli we’re taking in and a result of our brain chemistry How to stop “anxious fixing” The helpful phrase “I’m a person learning to….” How extreme language produces extreme emotions Naming your inner perfectionist  Finding a non-perfectionist role model The red flag of thinking “I’ll be happy when…” How envy can reveal what you value, and then thinking about your willingness to live the life that leads to that How to just make it through when you’re in the worst of it in life Liz Fosslien links: Liz’s Website Twitter Instagram When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Liz Fosslien, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Embracing Emotions at Work with Liz Fosslien (2019) Befriending Difficult Feelings with Adreanna Limbach See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Laura McKowen Founder and CEO of The Luckiest Club, a global sobriety support organization, and host of Tell Me Something True podcast. Laura has been published in The New York Times, and her work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, the TODAY show and more and is the bestselling author of We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life, In this episode, Eric and Laura discuss her important work in building a sobriety support community. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Laura McKowen and I Discuss Community and Support in Sobriety and… Her tendency for people pleasing The use of fawning as a coping mechanism Recognizing codependency in relationships Why she loves reading fiction Her creation of “TLC” – The Luckiest Club as a sobriety support community How there’s sanity and discernment in community Understanding that it’s not your fault, but it is your responsibility Living your own values versus someone else’s values and choosing your actions accordingly Taking on the mission of learning the role we are meant to play in life Laura McKowen links: Laura’s Website The Luckiest Club Online Sobriety Community Tell Me Something True Podcast Instagram Explore the science behind weight loss and partner with your healthcare provider for a healthy approach to your weight management, visit truthaboutweight.com When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Laura McKowen, you might also enjoy these other episodes: The Magic of Being Sober with Laura McKowen (2020) The Freedom of Sobriety with Veronica Valli See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
William Irvine, a professor at Wright State University, thinks, teaches, and writes about philosophy. He is the author of many books and publications including the one he and Eric discuss in this episode, The Stoic Challenge: A Philosopher’s Guide to Becoming Tougher, Calmer, and More Resilient. In this episode, Eric and Bill discuss what it means to live and practice Stoicism. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! Professor William B. Irvine and I Discuss Applied Stoicism and… His book, The Stoic Challenge: A Philosopher’s Guide to Becoming Tougher, Calmer, and More Resilient Three sources from which your desires can arise  The limitations of our rational brain Techniques for harnessing negative emotions and using them for good purposes The practice of stoicism That as humans, no matter what we have we will take it for granted Remembering that for everything we do, there will be a last time A better goal in life than being happy The role and benefit of having a grand goal The trichotomy of control William Irvine links: Bill’s Website Bill’s Writings When you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with William Irvine, you might also enjoy these other episodes: Everyday Courage with Ryan Holiday Conscious Leadership with Eric Kaufmann See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comments (56)

Ben Neat

too many ads

Jan 14th
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SIDÓNIA Moniz

Beautiful guest, Beautiful episode. So educational. Thank you sooooo much for 🌱

Oct 5th
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Rebecca Hinson Beck

Loved this episode! I needed every moment of this discussion. Keep shows like this coming!

Apr 8th
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Hot Stove

Anger is acceptable, rage and violence are not.

Dec 27th
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Jaime J

Love this episode, beautiful in every way!

Nov 11th
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Juan Carlos Hernandez

you can get Omegas from chia seeds, hemp seeds, and flaxseeds. not just fish

Sep 11th
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Andy Edwards

Warren Buffett may have exactly as much time as us but he probably doesn't have to devote nearly as much of it to menial chores, driving, or even taking notes and setting reminders (assuming he pays a personal assistant).

Jun 30th
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Deanna Treadway

My first listen with you, and I'll be back. I especially appreciated the attitude that we have more control over our own lives then we might think.

Jun 4th
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daisy

shew. needed

May 8th
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ID13177505

Keep politics out this doesn’t serve your listeners

Mar 24th
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SIDÓNIA Moniz

awww Thank you soooo much 🌟

Mar 20th
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Malayappan Abm

amazing!

Mar 14th
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N Me

"many paths to the same summit"..great show !

Jan 15th
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N Me

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Jan 8th
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Nitsanah Benyamini

I never cry

Oct 26th
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Monkey D. Luffy

thank's!!

Oct 1st
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Joe Veror

Sound quality is bad. Next time please normalize it before posting.

Sep 12th
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SIDÓNIA Moniz

thanks 💪💖🌼🦢

Aug 29th
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Anne Chappee

repeating the parable every time is boring.

Aug 23rd
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Shannon Sanford

Impromptu songs for somebody you love are AWESOME... they're a high compliment 💜💙❤️

Jul 8th
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