Check out Some New Stuff

I love podcasting.  Probably too much.

I’ve got a bi-weekly long format interview podcast on tons of topics, am wrapping up a yearlong once a week 5-10 minute take podcast on career tips, and TK and I are in the middle of season one of the career/life Q&A format “Office Hours” show.

A few new items from this week…

Office Hours

Cohost TK Coleman and I chat about quitting a job and how to get better at sales.

Listen to the episode on iTunesYouTubedirect download and all major podcast platforms.

Topics Discussed:

  • Saying it’s easy raises expectations
  • The challenge of completing something you have the skill to do
  • Measuring value from difficulty
  • Your boss/manager always wants you to succeed
  • Modeling other peoples success
  • Feeling dissatisfied with your current work, vs. feeling excited about new opportunities
  • The value of seemingly
  • If you want to get paid to do something, you’ve got to do things like your getting paid, before your getting paid to do them.

Forward Tilt

A quick thought on the irony that babies don’t take “baby steps”, but big, risky leaps…maybe we should too?

Listen to the episode on iTunesYouTubedirect download and all major podcast platforms.

In this episode:

  • Babies take risks, not guarded steps
  • When you start anything, don’t ease your way in
  • The power of taking big swings
  • We learn by taking “real” baby steps

For a free copy of Forward Tilt: An Almanac for Personal Growth go to www.discoverpraxis.com/forwardtilt

Isaac Morehouse Podcast

In this episode, I interview my 12 year old unschooled son about a random assortment of stuff.

Listen to the episode on SoundCloudiTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher

Topics Discussed:

  • Why did NL decide to celebrate Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead)
  • Celebrations from other cultures
  • Why has Marvel been so successful with bringing comic book heroes to movies, when DC hasn’t
  • Pop culture trends
  • Professionals trying to be unprofessional
  • NL’s book
  • Dire perfume names
  • Starting to use Facebook
  • Unschooling & Creating your own structure
  • Starting a sandwich business
  • The biggest differences for in life as a 12-year-old today vs. twenty years ago

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