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We Can Solve Climate Change Now: Paul Hawken & IN-Q LIVE

“There’s no difference between a climate denier and somebody who’s literate in climate change and doesn’t do anything.” Paul Hawken I’m ecstatic to share my first live podcast event, recorded at the Los Angeles Wilshire Ebell Theatre on September 27, 2019. For all of us, this podcast is an abstraction. The motivation behind the event was to create a tactile, analog experience for 1,100 people to gather around shared purpose and passion. An opportunity to cultivate community. Raise consciousness. Elevate intimacy. Deepen personal connectivity around our collective humanity — and the important ideas of our time. An unforgettable lifetime moment, the resulting impact exceeded my wildest expectations. I’m still basing in the glow. And deeply grateful for an experience that left me feeling more intimately connected with all of you — and optimistic about the future of our planet. The program opens with the poetic spoken word genius of my friend and two-time podcast guest IN-Q (ch...

127 MIN6 d ago
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We Can Solve Climate Change Now: Paul Hawken & IN-Q LIVE

Chase Jarvis: Creativity Is Our Birthright

“Creativity is a muscle. It’s a habit not a skill. It’s a process not a product.” Chase Jarvis Conventional wisdom frames creativity as thepurview of a certain select few — a rare gift that eludes us mere mortals. This is a lie. We are all born creative. More birthright than blessing, creativity is a practice. A habit not unlike any other skill or discipline. A muscle that can be built and flexed. This week’s guest takes the notion one step further, asserting creativity as a biological necessity — a transformative force that resides within us all that when unleashed delivers vitality to everything we do. Chase Jarvis is many things. One of the most influential and award-winning photographers of the last decade, he is the recipient of numerous awards and accolades. Dubbed by Forbes as ‘the photographer everyone wants to work with’, Chase has created hundreds of campaigns and commercials for the likes of Nike, Apple, Samsung, Google, and Red Bull. As a photojournalist, Chase ...

138 MIN1 w ago
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Chase Jarvis: Creativity Is Our Birthright

The Craving Mind: Dr. Jud Brewer On Treating Addiction With Mindfulness

“What we’re seeing with meditation is that when we get out of our own way, our brains naturally work better and we can really start to get into the flow of things and in sync with life.” Dr. Jud Brewer Addiction is tenacious.We’re all craven animals, vulnerable to habits that don’t serve us. Whether it’s a constantly checking social media, binge eating, smoking, excessive drinking, most of us fall prey tocompulsions we feel powerless to arrest. Why is this? And what can neuroscience teach us about the nature ofcravings and howto overcome them? Dr. Jud Brewerhas devoted his career to answering these questions. His discoveries just might change your life. A psychiatrist, neuroscientist, thought leader and scientific researcher in the field of habit change and the“science of self-mastery”,Dr. Breweris the founder of MindSciences and Director ofResearch and Innovation at the Brown UniversityMindfulness Center. Formerly, he served as an associate professor in Medicine andPsychiat...

130 MIN1 w ago
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The Craving Mind: Dr. Jud Brewer On Treating Addiction With Mindfulness

Ryan Holiday: Stillness Is The Path To Everything We Want In Life

“There’s no one magical thing you do and then have stillness. It’s a process.” Ryan Holiday He’s best known for popularizing Stoicism — an ancient philosophical yet highly practical operating system he pioneered to mainstream, modern adoption. In his latest turn, Ryan Holiday expands hislens East. In pursuit of shared wisdom acrossancient Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu, Hebrew, Greek, Christian and Epicurean traditions, he discovered one essential truth — that inner peace is essential to a life of purpose, meaning and fulfillment. Ryan calls itstillness — to be steady while the world spins around you. A crucial characteristic of all great leaders, thinkers, artists, athletes and visionaries, it’s a practice to transcend the stress of everyday life. An antidote to the distractions of our fast-paced world. And the ultimate path tomeaning, contentment, and excellence in a world that needs more of it than ever. For those unfamiliar, Ryan is an autodidact who dropped out of college at ...

152 MIN2 w ago
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Ryan Holiday: Stillness Is The Path To Everything We Want In Life

Laila Ali’s Champion Mindset Begins With Self-Belief

“I’ve always been a fighter. For some reason, I’ve always wanted to fight and prove that I was strong.” Laila Ali How do you find your path in the vast shadow cast by one of history’s most accomplished and beloved humans? ForLaila Ali, the daughter of late global icon and humanitarian Muhammad Ali (the 8th of his 9 children), it wasn’t easy. It wasn’t always pretty. But over time, she found her voice. Staked her claim in very the ring that propelled her father to god-like status. And transcended that shadow as a multi-faceted talent that honors her father and yet is hers alone. Although she was never an athlete growing up — and didn’t take to the pugilistic arts until she was 18 — Laila would become the most successful female in the history of women’s boxing. A 4-time undefeated world champion, she racked up 24 wins, 21 knockouts and zero losses over the course of her storied career. Retirement was just the beginning. Today the mother of two is a fitness & wellness advoca...

110 MIN3 w ago
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Laila Ali’s Champion Mindset Begins With Self-Belief

The Seed Of Infinity: Guru Singh On Consciousness

“Consciousness is a seed. A seed of infinity with no specific identity and the same vast potential as a seed.” Guru Singh Newly rebranded fromGuru CornertoGuru Multiverse — because after all the infinite has no sharp edges — today marks yet another deep dive withGuru Singh, my treasured friend and favorite wizard of all things mystical. For those newer to the show, imagine a modern-day Gandalf who rocks like Hendrix while dropping pearls of wisdom that beautifully fuse Eastern mysticism with Western pragmatism. Acelebrated third-generation Sikh yogi, master spiritual teacher, author, andfamily man, for the past 40 years Guru Singh has been studying and teachingKundalini Yoga. He is the author of several books, a powerful lecturer, andbehind-the-scenes guide to many a luminary, including Fortune 500 CEOs, athletes, and artists. A peer of rock legends like Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead, Guru Singh is also a talented musician who began his recording career on Warner Bros’ Rep...

77 MINSEP 19
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The Seed Of Infinity: Guru Singh On Consciousness

Kelly Corrigan Is The Poet Laureate Of The Ordinary

“Appreciation is the purest, strongest form of love. It is the outward-bound kind of love that asks for nothing and gives everything.” Kelly Corrigan Love. Connection. Pain. Finding the universal in the specific. And beauty in the mundane. This is but a few of the themes explored today with the womandubbed ‘the voice of her generation’ by Oprah magazine and ‘the poet laureate of the ordinary’ by HuffPost. Meet Kelly Corrigan. Best known for her insightful, candid takes on the too-often overlooked moments that define our lives, Kelly’s writing spills over with warmth, courage, vulnerability and humor — rendering her many books beloved by millions. A Today Showregular, Kelly has authored a stack of New York Times bestsellers including,The Middle Place, Lift,andGlitter and Glue.Tell Me More, her most recent offering,is a deeply personal and very funny story-driven collection of essays on the twelve powerful phrases we use to sustain our relationships and make love and connectio...

136 MINSEP 16
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Kelly Corrigan Is The Poet Laureate Of The Ordinary

David Epstein On Why Late Bloomers Win

“You don’t change your identity overnight. You have to start with these little keyhole experiments until something that you think that was just an interest becomes a real passion or a vocation.” David Epstein Conventional wisdom dictates that mastery demands an early start. Relentless focus at the exclusion of other pursuits. And as many hours of deliberate practice as humanly possible. Be it violin, painting, basketball or boat building, there’s simply no substitute for a life wholly devoted to developing that narrowly defined skill. Hence the “10,000 hour rule” zeitgeist embrace — an edict divined by psychologist Anders Ericcson and made famous by Malcolm Gladwell. But is this actually true? Today’s guest put this theory to the test, researching the world’s top performers across a wide variety of disciplines to discover a most counter-intuitive truth — that early specialization is actually the exception to the rule. It turns out that the most successful among us are thos...

141 MINSEP 9
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David Epstein On Why Late Bloomers Win

Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt Returns

“The heart is the divine mind, not the brain” Julie Piatt Has it really been a full year since Julie appeared on the podcast? Well that’s just not right. So today marks the latest installment in my ongoing series of ponderous mind melds with my wife and in-house spiritual guru, the wise and ethereal Julie Piatt, aka SriMati. Longtime listeners are well acquainted with my better half. For those newer to the show, Julie is many things — the bestselling author ofthree vegan cookbooks.An accomplished yogi, healer, musician, and mom to four children. The host of theFor The Life of Mepodcast. And the master of Water Tiger, her online spiritual community where she muses on all matters metaphysical. Julie has a lot to say. And this time it’s personal. This conversation opens with a wide-ranging discussion wherein we take stock of our marriage. Discuss the next evolution of our two-decade relationship. And share our collective experiences to explore relationship fulfillment in general. ...

102 MINSEP 5
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Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt Returns

Lori Gottlieb: Stories From A Therapist In Therapy

“We can’t have change without loss, which is why so often people say they want change but nonetheless stay exactly the same.” Lori Gottlieb Let’s talk about talking to someone. Personally, I’ve been in and out of therapy for more than two decades. Overthe last couple years, I’ve been deeply immersed in a weekly therapist-led men’s group — intimate game-changing sessions that have helped me work through deep-seated stuff that lives and breathes beyond 12-step. We’re only as sick as our secrets. The path to healing and personal growth requires openly sharing our hidden struggles. Bearing our vulnerabilities. And allowing others to identify the blind spots that elude us. My point is that we all need help. And as today’s guest will openly admit, even therapists benefit from therapy. A Los Angeles-based psychotherapist, journalist and author,Lori Gottliebwrites the weekly ‘Dear Therapist’ column for The Atlantic.Shecontributes to several prominent publications including The N...

108 MINSEP 2
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Lori Gottlieb: Stories From A Therapist In Therapy

Latest Episodes

We Can Solve Climate Change Now: Paul Hawken & IN-Q LIVE

“There’s no difference between a climate denier and somebody who’s literate in climate change and doesn’t do anything.” Paul Hawken I’m ecstatic to share my first live podcast event, recorded at the Los Angeles Wilshire Ebell Theatre on September 27, 2019. For all of us, this podcast is an abstraction. The motivation behind the event was to create a tactile, analog experience for 1,100 people to gather around shared purpose and passion. An opportunity to cultivate community. Raise consciousness. Elevate intimacy. Deepen personal connectivity around our collective humanity — and the important ideas of our time. An unforgettable lifetime moment, the resulting impact exceeded my wildest expectations. I’m still basing in the glow. And deeply grateful for an experience that left me feeling more intimately connected with all of you — and optimistic about the future of our planet. The program opens with the poetic spoken word genius of my friend and two-time podcast guest IN-Q (ch...

127 MIN6 d ago
Comments
We Can Solve Climate Change Now: Paul Hawken & IN-Q LIVE

Chase Jarvis: Creativity Is Our Birthright

“Creativity is a muscle. It’s a habit not a skill. It’s a process not a product.” Chase Jarvis Conventional wisdom frames creativity as thepurview of a certain select few — a rare gift that eludes us mere mortals. This is a lie. We are all born creative. More birthright than blessing, creativity is a practice. A habit not unlike any other skill or discipline. A muscle that can be built and flexed. This week’s guest takes the notion one step further, asserting creativity as a biological necessity — a transformative force that resides within us all that when unleashed delivers vitality to everything we do. Chase Jarvis is many things. One of the most influential and award-winning photographers of the last decade, he is the recipient of numerous awards and accolades. Dubbed by Forbes as ‘the photographer everyone wants to work with’, Chase has created hundreds of campaigns and commercials for the likes of Nike, Apple, Samsung, Google, and Red Bull. As a photojournalist, Chase ...

138 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Chase Jarvis: Creativity Is Our Birthright

The Craving Mind: Dr. Jud Brewer On Treating Addiction With Mindfulness

“What we’re seeing with meditation is that when we get out of our own way, our brains naturally work better and we can really start to get into the flow of things and in sync with life.” Dr. Jud Brewer Addiction is tenacious.We’re all craven animals, vulnerable to habits that don’t serve us. Whether it’s a constantly checking social media, binge eating, smoking, excessive drinking, most of us fall prey tocompulsions we feel powerless to arrest. Why is this? And what can neuroscience teach us about the nature ofcravings and howto overcome them? Dr. Jud Brewerhas devoted his career to answering these questions. His discoveries just might change your life. A psychiatrist, neuroscientist, thought leader and scientific researcher in the field of habit change and the“science of self-mastery”,Dr. Breweris the founder of MindSciences and Director ofResearch and Innovation at the Brown UniversityMindfulness Center. Formerly, he served as an associate professor in Medicine andPsychiat...

130 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Craving Mind: Dr. Jud Brewer On Treating Addiction With Mindfulness

Ryan Holiday: Stillness Is The Path To Everything We Want In Life

“There’s no one magical thing you do and then have stillness. It’s a process.” Ryan Holiday He’s best known for popularizing Stoicism — an ancient philosophical yet highly practical operating system he pioneered to mainstream, modern adoption. In his latest turn, Ryan Holiday expands hislens East. In pursuit of shared wisdom acrossancient Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu, Hebrew, Greek, Christian and Epicurean traditions, he discovered one essential truth — that inner peace is essential to a life of purpose, meaning and fulfillment. Ryan calls itstillness — to be steady while the world spins around you. A crucial characteristic of all great leaders, thinkers, artists, athletes and visionaries, it’s a practice to transcend the stress of everyday life. An antidote to the distractions of our fast-paced world. And the ultimate path tomeaning, contentment, and excellence in a world that needs more of it than ever. For those unfamiliar, Ryan is an autodidact who dropped out of college at ...

152 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ryan Holiday: Stillness Is The Path To Everything We Want In Life

Laila Ali’s Champion Mindset Begins With Self-Belief

“I’ve always been a fighter. For some reason, I’ve always wanted to fight and prove that I was strong.” Laila Ali How do you find your path in the vast shadow cast by one of history’s most accomplished and beloved humans? ForLaila Ali, the daughter of late global icon and humanitarian Muhammad Ali (the 8th of his 9 children), it wasn’t easy. It wasn’t always pretty. But over time, she found her voice. Staked her claim in very the ring that propelled her father to god-like status. And transcended that shadow as a multi-faceted talent that honors her father and yet is hers alone. Although she was never an athlete growing up — and didn’t take to the pugilistic arts until she was 18 — Laila would become the most successful female in the history of women’s boxing. A 4-time undefeated world champion, she racked up 24 wins, 21 knockouts and zero losses over the course of her storied career. Retirement was just the beginning. Today the mother of two is a fitness & wellness advoca...

110 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Laila Ali’s Champion Mindset Begins With Self-Belief

The Seed Of Infinity: Guru Singh On Consciousness

“Consciousness is a seed. A seed of infinity with no specific identity and the same vast potential as a seed.” Guru Singh Newly rebranded fromGuru CornertoGuru Multiverse — because after all the infinite has no sharp edges — today marks yet another deep dive withGuru Singh, my treasured friend and favorite wizard of all things mystical. For those newer to the show, imagine a modern-day Gandalf who rocks like Hendrix while dropping pearls of wisdom that beautifully fuse Eastern mysticism with Western pragmatism. Acelebrated third-generation Sikh yogi, master spiritual teacher, author, andfamily man, for the past 40 years Guru Singh has been studying and teachingKundalini Yoga. He is the author of several books, a powerful lecturer, andbehind-the-scenes guide to many a luminary, including Fortune 500 CEOs, athletes, and artists. A peer of rock legends like Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead, Guru Singh is also a talented musician who began his recording career on Warner Bros’ Rep...

77 MINSEP 19
Comments
The Seed Of Infinity: Guru Singh On Consciousness

Kelly Corrigan Is The Poet Laureate Of The Ordinary

“Appreciation is the purest, strongest form of love. It is the outward-bound kind of love that asks for nothing and gives everything.” Kelly Corrigan Love. Connection. Pain. Finding the universal in the specific. And beauty in the mundane. This is but a few of the themes explored today with the womandubbed ‘the voice of her generation’ by Oprah magazine and ‘the poet laureate of the ordinary’ by HuffPost. Meet Kelly Corrigan. Best known for her insightful, candid takes on the too-often overlooked moments that define our lives, Kelly’s writing spills over with warmth, courage, vulnerability and humor — rendering her many books beloved by millions. A Today Showregular, Kelly has authored a stack of New York Times bestsellers including,The Middle Place, Lift,andGlitter and Glue.Tell Me More, her most recent offering,is a deeply personal and very funny story-driven collection of essays on the twelve powerful phrases we use to sustain our relationships and make love and connectio...

136 MINSEP 16
Comments
Kelly Corrigan Is The Poet Laureate Of The Ordinary

David Epstein On Why Late Bloomers Win

“You don’t change your identity overnight. You have to start with these little keyhole experiments until something that you think that was just an interest becomes a real passion or a vocation.” David Epstein Conventional wisdom dictates that mastery demands an early start. Relentless focus at the exclusion of other pursuits. And as many hours of deliberate practice as humanly possible. Be it violin, painting, basketball or boat building, there’s simply no substitute for a life wholly devoted to developing that narrowly defined skill. Hence the “10,000 hour rule” zeitgeist embrace — an edict divined by psychologist Anders Ericcson and made famous by Malcolm Gladwell. But is this actually true? Today’s guest put this theory to the test, researching the world’s top performers across a wide variety of disciplines to discover a most counter-intuitive truth — that early specialization is actually the exception to the rule. It turns out that the most successful among us are thos...

141 MINSEP 9
Comments
David Epstein On Why Late Bloomers Win

Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt Returns

“The heart is the divine mind, not the brain” Julie Piatt Has it really been a full year since Julie appeared on the podcast? Well that’s just not right. So today marks the latest installment in my ongoing series of ponderous mind melds with my wife and in-house spiritual guru, the wise and ethereal Julie Piatt, aka SriMati. Longtime listeners are well acquainted with my better half. For those newer to the show, Julie is many things — the bestselling author ofthree vegan cookbooks.An accomplished yogi, healer, musician, and mom to four children. The host of theFor The Life of Mepodcast. And the master of Water Tiger, her online spiritual community where she muses on all matters metaphysical. Julie has a lot to say. And this time it’s personal. This conversation opens with a wide-ranging discussion wherein we take stock of our marriage. Discuss the next evolution of our two-decade relationship. And share our collective experiences to explore relationship fulfillment in general. ...

102 MINSEP 5
Comments
Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt Returns

Lori Gottlieb: Stories From A Therapist In Therapy

“We can’t have change without loss, which is why so often people say they want change but nonetheless stay exactly the same.” Lori Gottlieb Let’s talk about talking to someone. Personally, I’ve been in and out of therapy for more than two decades. Overthe last couple years, I’ve been deeply immersed in a weekly therapist-led men’s group — intimate game-changing sessions that have helped me work through deep-seated stuff that lives and breathes beyond 12-step. We’re only as sick as our secrets. The path to healing and personal growth requires openly sharing our hidden struggles. Bearing our vulnerabilities. And allowing others to identify the blind spots that elude us. My point is that we all need help. And as today’s guest will openly admit, even therapists benefit from therapy. A Los Angeles-based psychotherapist, journalist and author,Lori Gottliebwrites the weekly ‘Dear Therapist’ column for The Atlantic.Shecontributes to several prominent publications including The N...

108 MINSEP 2
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Lori Gottlieb: Stories From A Therapist In Therapy

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