uncomfortable introspection Tag

[su_note note_color="#E3E3E3" text_color="#3a3a3a"]Juicy Bits are, well, just what the name implies. The juiciest bits of articles, books and podcasts that you'd want your future self to remember.[/su_note] Here's meditation teacher and [amazon_textlink asin='0399588949' text='Meditation for Fidgety skeptics' template='ProductLink' store='khemaridhhy0a-20' marketplace='US' link_id=''] author Jeff Warren on the...

I'm really excited about a new investment opportunity. I want to build a portfolio of poorhouses, flop houses, and cardboard boxes. Why? It seems to be where many successful professionals think they'll ultimately end up living. And plus, in the investing spirit of Peter Lynch, I'd be "buying...

Andrew Taggart is a practical philosopher who works with executives and entrepreneurs. He challenges them to investigate life’s basic assumptions, even if it’s uncomfortable. We discuss high performers’ antagonistic relationship with time and their desire to turn life into a series of problems which can...

I often get listener pushback when we discuss happiness and introspection — this skepticism comes from the fact that the learnings aren’t grounded in data and they lack the pragmatism and relevance to our daily jobs. Today’s guest, Caroline Webb is here to bridge that gap. She’s...

Auren Hoffman is a serial entrepreneur and investor in over 75 tech companies. He’s the CEO and Chief Historian of SafeGraph and co-founder and former CEO of LiveRamp. This is a conversation about thinking, reasoning, and cultivating self-awareness. We discuss: default options (such as going...

I often get asked the questions: What is a life coach? What does life coaching consist of? Does it work? Meet my coach, Kate Bednarski, hands down one of the most impactful people in my life. I’ve asked Kate to throw out all patient confidentiality...

I’ve spent the last 15 months on a deep journey of introspection — learning and questioning many of life’s most basic assumptions. This was in part motivated by the desire to find fulfillment, and in part, to find equanimity. Coming off of a 14 year career in Corporate America, I...