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A Little Happier: Now You’ll Be Working All the Time
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: Now You’ll Be Working All the Time

When a friend quit her job to work as an artist, someone told her, “Now you’ll be working all the time.”
Podcast 329: Explore the Five Senses of Summer, a Hack for Boosting Focus, and a Deep Dive into Solutions for Obliger-Rebellion
Podcast 329

Podcast 329: Explore the Five Senses of Summer, a Hack for Boosting Focus, and a Deep Dive into Solutions for Obliger-Rebellion

We talk about you might explore the five senses of summer, suggest a simple hack that makes it easier to focus, and review listeners’ suggestions about how to ward off growing Obliger-rebellion.
Podcast 328: Eat Something You Saw on the Screen or Page, a Reading Hack, and Annie Murphy Paul Talks About the Extended Mind
Podcast 328

Podcast 328: Eat Something You Saw on the Screen or Page, a Reading Hack, and Annie Murphy Paul Talks About the Extended Mind

Why you might eat something you saw on the screen or on the page, a clutter-clearing hack that makes reading more fun, and a conversation with Annie Murphy Paul about how to think outside the brain.
Podcast 326: Write a Tastes Timeline, More Wisdom from Teachers, a Hack for Getting Better Service, and Question about Obliger-Rebellion
Podcast 326

Podcast 326: Write a Tastes Timeline, More Wisdom from Teachers, a Hack for Getting Better Service, and Question about Obliger-Rebellion

We discuss why you might want to write a Tastes Timeline; share a listener’s hack for getting easier, quicker service; discuss more terrific proverbs from teachers; and pose a crucial question about Obliger-rebellion.
Podcast 251: Try the “Eight Stones Method”; Are You on Team “You Do You” or Team “Let’s All Join In”; and the Fun of Holiday Movies.
Podcast 251

Podcast 251: Try the “Eight Stones Method”; Are You on Team “You Do You” or Team “Let’s All Join In”; and the Fun of Holiday Movies.

Actor, singer, and writer Melissa Errico suggests the Eight Stones Method for creativity, the fun of choosing a family holiday movies, and we talk about the two philosophies of food encouragement (aka food pushing): “You Do You” and “Let’s All Join In.”
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