024 – Organic Learning, Therapy is for Everyone, Art for Self Reflection: Interview with Steven Franssen

A guest I’ve been really looking forward to interviewing, Steven Franssen and I talk about his first steps into self-knowledge, art as a tool for self reflection, dream analysis as a central tool for growth, structure vs. freedom in learning, why therapy is for everyone and how you can know it is for you, and an overview of Steve’s past and upcoming work.

Find Steven’s work at nurturingtruth.com

Steven’s YouTube Channel

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022 – Getting to Mindful Eating: Interview with Rande Moss, Eating Psychology and Mind-Body Wellness Coach

In this episode I pick my expert guest’s brain into taking our approach to the next (self-knowledgeable) level! She talks about how she moved from several months long (!) juice cleanses and all sorts of fasts to a no-diet diet of mindfulness and self-acceptance, how body image problems can be unrelated to weight in the essence, how to get to self-acceptance and teaching yourself to be mindful of your body, what obstacles can come up the way, teaching children healthy eating habits and attitudes, men’s and women’s approaches to eating and her experiences in coaching people on this path. All in all, a great and rich conversation on an often overlooked subject!

Rande Moss’ Website for resources and coaching services

If you wish to explore the subject further, the book mentioned in this podcast is Intuitive Eating by Evelin Tribole and Elyse Resch. If you consider buying it, when you actually do please come back to the website and click through this Amazon Affiliate link! Thank you.

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021 – Starting Early, Starting Strong: Interview with Nick Hazelton, Host of the Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast

A great chat with Nick Hazelton, where we talk about how he started a podcast and a business at 15, getting into libertarianism/anarcho-capitalism, dropping out of high-school and college for better education, habits and productivity and a personal growth pitch for the value of studying philosophy.

Books and podcasts mentioned:

Nick Calls in to Michael Dean After Dark – Starts at 54:54

Free to Choose by Milton Friedman, book on free market economics

The School Sucks Podcasts

How to Teach Your 8-Year-Old to Earn with Job Skills, Build Businesses and Invest Wisely on the Radical Personal Finance Podcast

Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy, book on time management

Getting Things Done by David Allen, book on productivity

Intro to The Philosophy of Objectivism, video

Philosophize This Podcast

Foundation of Philosophy on the Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast

 

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013 – Lifecoaching, The Value of Therapy, Building Communication Skills: Interview with Antony Sammeroff

An interview with lifecoach and Youtube content producer Antony Sammeroff. We talk about the impact of lifecoaching, how it is different (and not) from therapy, how to evaluate whether you are getting proper support, the value of therapy and who it is appropriate for, why and how to build communication skills, and Antony’s new course!

Surviving to Thriving – A Personal Transformation in Six Lessons Course

 

Ultimate Communication and Power CD

Enrich Your Life (YouTube channel)

The Progressive Parent (YouTube channel)

How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber (book)

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (book)

Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg (book)

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