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1 Alone with Peter?

1 Alone with Peter?

2020-04-1311:57

Self-improvement During The Apocalypse And What to Expect From The Podcast Does self-improvement matter during the apocalypse? On the first episode of Alone with Peter, we reflect on “the year in the rearview”, while delving into the concept of new year goals. How do we acknowledge the success and failure of the previous year while establishing new goals? “The Year of Foresight” Ironically, Peter dubbed 2020 “the year of foresight.” That was in February before our host left South Korea and the Corona Virus threw the entire world into chaos. Do these apocalyptic times change the big picture? Or is self-improvement more important than ever? Enjoyed the first episode of the show? You’re in luck. Episode 2 is here! We’ll be releasing weekly, so be sure to check back in regularly. If you like what you hear, review, rate, subscribe and share the show from your preferred podcast platforms. Thanks for putting me in your ear. I hope to hear from you soon! Peter
1 Alone with Peter?

1 Alone with Peter?

2020-04-1410:11

Self-improvement During The Apocalypse And what to expect moving forward Does self-improvement matter during the apocalypse? On the first episode of Alone with Peter, we reflect on “the year in the rearview”, while delving into the concept of new year goals. How do we acknowledge the success and failure of the previous year while establishing […]
Setting and achieving ambitious life goals isn’t easy. The most important goals often feel the most daunting, so how do we create and meet realistic goals? On this episode of Alone With Peter, learn how to create S.M.A.R.T.ER goals by beginning with the end in mind. Citing a few famous sources of productivity, Peter identifies several skills necessary for accomplishing major tasks, techniques for breaking down big projects and shares a few personal projects he hopes to achieve. Can’t wait for the next episode? Episode 3: Teaching in Asia is right here!
Setting and achieving ambitious life goals isn’t easy. The most important goals often feel the most daunting, so how do we create and meet realistic goals? On this episode of Alone With Peter, learn how to create S.M.A.R.T.ER goals by beginning with the end in mind. Citing a few famous sources of productivity, Peter identifies […]
How Teaching in Asia Was the Best Decision of My Life Is there really such a big difference between visiting and living abroad? I spent the last year teaching in Asia. Living abroad was the best decision of my life. On this episode of Alone with Peter… World travel, the benefit of full immersion, and how to deal with culture shock. The big question, is it even worse coming back? 13 Countries and Counting When the travel bug hits, it hits hard. Thirteen is the number of countries I’ve been blessed to visit, two of which I was able to live in for an extended period of time. I’m stranded on the mainland for now (U.S.A) but hopefully I’ll be out traveling again before long. A Year Teaching English Abroad If you’re interested in knowing the circumstances behind how, why, and when I moved to South Korea I’ve got a post just for you! Like the podcast? I need your help! The podcast was born in solitude, but it needs listeners to spread. That’s where you come in. Listen, rate, review, and share the show. By doing so you’ll increase the ranking and visibility of Alone with Peter so I can keep producing high-quality, weekly content for you to enjoy. I need your help to reach as many people as possible. You know the saying, it takes a village… so what are you waiting for? Lend a hand! One more thought… I want to hear from you. Have an idea for a great interview on the show? A particular segment you really enjoyed, or a topic you’re itching to hear me discuss? I’m always looking for ways to improve my content so please don’t be shy, drop a suggestion in my inbox, or in your review. Thanks for putting me in your ear. I hope you enjoy the show.
How Teaching in Asia Was the Best Decision of My Life Is there really such a big difference between visiting and living abroad? I spent the last year teaching in Asia. Living abroad was the best decision of my life. On this episode of Alone with Peter… World travel, the benefit of full immersion, and […]
It was the best of times…it was the worst of times. Why do people solo travel when so much can go wrong? It’s our first interview of the show! I’m joined by my brother Noah as we discuss the joys and pitfalls of traveling alone. We talk about Murphy’s Law and how even the best-laid plans go to waste. Join us as we share a few of our favorite solo-travel stories and a whole lot of laughs. Thanks for putting us in your ear. Have a story about solo travel? A strong opinion on the topic, or maybe just a comment on the show to date? I’d love to hear from you! Head over to your preferred podcast application and drop a comment. While you’re at it, if you like the show, please consider subscribing and leaving a rating and review of the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher so we can continue to give you the best content possible. Missed the last episode of the show? It’s right here, silly!
It was the best of times…it was the worst of times. Why do people solo travel when so much can go wrong? It’s our first interview of the show! I’m joined by my brother Noah as we discuss the joys and pitfalls of traveling alone. We talk about Murphy’s Law and how even the best-laid […]
How to Survive the Coronavirus, Together The silent killer of this pandemic is isolation. Whether unemployed or working from home, we find ourselves either in intimate proximity with family or alone in isolation. So how can we survive the coronavirus? Social distancing presents a unique challenge for many of us. How do we stay physically safe without putting our mental health at risk? The Isolation Spectrum: coping with isolation I’m joined by my good friend George Heckard as we discuss ways to cope with isolation, how to maintain mental health, and strengthen our community. There are people out there doing amazing work to keep us safe. A huge thank you to all first responders and essential workers. We are forever in your debt. They are keeping us safe, but we can do our part too. George shares how he is doing his small part and we talk in-depth about what else is and might be, added to the table. We are all in this together, and it’s important now, more than ever, to support and strengthen each other. “Us” not “me” during the apocalypse It’s hard to know when exactly this nightmare will end. It’s a stressful time for all. Some states are beginning phase 1 of their reopening, I wish the best; that cases will continue to decrease and the economy can start moving again. Other states have decided to hunker down. I pray for the health & safety of their people, the economic means to bounce back, and their ability to cope healthily during continued social distancing. It’s okay to have an opinion Something I want to stress; it’s okay to have an opinion. It’s important to consider others’ point of view throughout this, especially if it’s different from your own. Does it mean you have to like it? Hell no. Can you think it’s stupid and dangerous? Absolutely, but freedom of speech is a primary component of a healthy democracy. Censoring someone for having “a dangerous opinion” is…incredibly dangerous. Stay informed, remain open-minded, and strive to be understanding of others and their situation. “Us” not “me.” That’s the attitude needed to get through isolation together. Disagree with me? Fantastic! I would love to hear about it. Dialogue is key. My opinion isn’t absolute, not by a long shot. I want to hear what you have to say. Drop a comment and I might just address it in a future episode of Alone with Peter. Stay safe, I love you all. Peter Missed out on the previous episode of Alone with Peter? Easy fix!4 Solo Travel…With Noah is right here.
The silent killer of this pandemic is isolation. How can we survive together?
By Edgar Allen Poe That’s right, you totally guessed it! It’s my first every audiobook narration and it’s a classic by Edgar Allen Poe. It’s a little different for the show, certainly more macabre, and a whole lot more Poetic. Plague and pestilence ravage the country while the elite hide securely in their castellated abbeys. The walls are designed to keep the plague out, and the revelers in; but can that truly stop the red death? The Masque of the Red Death is a famous short story by Edgar Allen Poe. It feels like an especially relatable story now. Some might even say quite apropos. I’ve been slowly working my way into doing more audiobook narration and voice acting work. You can expect to hear bits and pieces of inspiration from time to time on the podcast. I hope you enjoy this one. It’s a first, but I certainly don’t intend it to be the last! Missed the last episode of the show? Peter talks with George Heckard about ways we can survive the coronavirus, together.
By Edgar Allen Poe That’s right, you totally guessed it! It’s my first every audiobook narration and it’s a classic by Edgar Allen Poe. It’s a little different for the show, certainly more macabre, and a whole lot more Poetic. Plague and pestilence ravage the country while the elite hide securely in their castellated abbeys. […]
We welcome Zach Martin to the show; life-long car nut, motorsports journalist, and big-time chatterbox. Join us as we discuss all things motorsports & mayhem. We talk about working for Hot Rod magazine, his first car, and what the motorsports industry is doing these days. Check him out on Instagram, Zmartinmedia, and stay tuned for Part Deux coming next Thursday at 9 AM MST on Alone with Peter. Missed the last episode? It’s right here!
We welcome Zach Martin to the show; life-long car nut, motorsports journalist, and big-time chatterbox. Join us as we discuss all things motorsports & mayhem. We talk about working for Hot Rod magazine, his first car, and what the motorsports industry is doing these days. Check him out on Instagram, Zmartinmedia Missed the last episode? […]
Zach Martin and I are gearing up for our final lap. This time we take on autopilot, smart cars, and future tech. We’re pulling the E-brake and facing the —not so distant— dystopian future in the headlights. Is this the future of cars? Are self-driving cars a good idea? We dive into the absence of media ethics, & talk in-depth about Tesla, Elon Musk, and what the future might look like. Stick around for the finale It’s time to lay some rubber and round the corner as we lap last week’s episode of Motorsports & Mayhem. You don’t want to miss the finale, including a special sneak peek of next week’s guest, a game development student from the Netherlands, Rodolfo Fava. It’s all coming up on Alone with Peter Follow along with Zach If you enjoyed our interview with Zach Martin show some love and follow him on Instagram at Zach Martin Media. If cars and motorsports are your things, he won’t disappoint. Whether he’s fixing up his Kawasaki KLR 650 or tinkering with his beloved Toyota Land Cruiser, Zach’s always working on some kind of nifty mechanical project. Sharing is caring While you’re still feeling the love, don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review, and share the podcast so we can bring quality content your way each week on Alone with Peter. Thanks for putting us in your ear, Peter
Zach Martin and I are gearing up for our final lap. This time we take on autopilot, smart cars, and future tech. We’re pulling the E-brake and facing the —not so distant— dystopian future in the headlights. Is this the future of cars? Are self-driving cars a good idea? We dive into the absence of […]
Making video games. That’s the subject of this episode. I’m joined by Rodolfo Fava, a programmer and student at Breda University in the Netherlands. We talk growing up in Brazil, choosing to make games for a living, and the biggest challenges for a Brazilian living in the Netherlands. What goes into making a game? If […]
We’re back with the indie game programmer, Rodolfo Fava. We discuss how hobbies influence his indie projects, his new anti-gravity racing game, and Wim Hoff, The Ice Man. It’s all on this week of Alone with Peter. New episodes are here every Thursday 9 AM MST. Please remember to subscribe, rate, and review the show. […]
Entrepreneur, dating coach, and world traveler Kevin Attebery hails us from Vietnam. Kevin joins Alone with Peter where we talk about world travel, his Japanese heritage, and being a dating coach. What’s that all about? Kevin Attebery: Youtuber and Dating Coach We’ve had some great guests so far, and I’m excited to add Kevin to […]
Porn addiction is real and no one is talking about it. That is, except for here on Alone with Peter. We’re joined again by entrepreneur, dating coach, and world traveler Kevin Attebery as he opens up about porn addiction, no fap, and anti-porn advocacy. Kevin Attebery: Addict and Anti-porn Advocate It takes courage to talk […]
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