Brett chats with Tara Howley, coach and Art of Accomplishment co-founder, about how a flash of insight integrates into embodied wisdom. Tara is facilitating the weekly small group sessions for the Master Class + Deep Dive cohort. Applications for 2023 are open until midnight PDT on May 29th. Learn more and apply at https://artofaccomplishment.com/course/masterclass/
Tag: personal development
Episode 78 — Who Owns Your Authority?
Joe and Brett talk about what they watch for when looking for a leader or teacher or when exploring a new path or practice. They elaborate on how patterns of saviorhood, superiority, and delegation of authority can show up anywhere in society — in the workplace, in the political sphere, or at the dinner table.
Episode 76 — The Opposite of Trying
How much of your life do you spend straining and efforting only to spin your wheels and ultimately burn out? In this episode, Joe and Brett peel apart the layers between ‘trying’ and effortless action. They acknowledge the value of each way of being across various life contexts and discuss the role emotional fluidity plays in freely navigating the spectrum — from trying to its polar opposite.
Episode 70 — Making Great Emotional Decisions — Decisions Series #2
Joe and Brett talk about how to dismantle patterns that cloud our judgment and make decisions that include the wisdom of our emotions.
Episode 69 — I Can’t Hold It All Anymore (Coaching Session)
Our guest Christofer returns with his wife Sadie for a powerful couples coaching session with Joe. They uncover how a pattern of self-reliance and appearing strong for each other has created stress in their relationship. What happens when they try a different approach?
Episode 67 — Joe and His Daughter Discuss Fatherhood
Joining us for today’s episode is Joe’s daughter, Esme. Esme was given a school assignment to make a podcast about where she came from by interviewing a person from her family about a meaningful experience in their life. She decided to deviate from the task and follow her interest. She wanted to know what it was like for her Dad to raise her. When her assignment was complete, she offered to share it with our listeners. Enjoy this touching interview between Esme and her Dad Joe.
Episode 66 — How Do I Stop Postponing My Enjoyment? (Coaching Session)
Today’s episode is a coaching session with a guest who wants to stop postponing his enjoyment into an abstract future that never arrives. This session opens up an exploration of what can happen when we bring enjoyment into any moment: even the experience of chronic pain.
Episode 65 — How Can I Make Better Decisions? — Decisions Series #1
Joe and Brett discuss how to find deeper clarity in decision-making, whether in the office or on the edge of a cliff. Decisions are emotionally-driven, and we navigate them based on how we think we’ll feel when an outcome arrives. When we’re willing to feel any emotion, our decision-making becomes clear. Tune in to see how becoming more aware of our emotions and using guiding principles can help us quickly identify the next obvious step in any decision-making process.
Episode 64 — What is Safety? Applying Lessons From Extreme Sports to Life and Business
In our previous episode, Joe and Brett talked about how seeing through limiting beliefs can be scary because we’re not sure we’ll be safe. This is an especially relevant concern in the realm of high-risk activities like skydiving and BASE Jumping. In today’s episode, we explore how Brett’s relationship with the idea of safety has changed over the course of a decades-long career in adventure sports.
Episode 61 — Triggered! — Relationships Series #2
In this follow-up on the recent episode “How Relationships Reveal Us”, Alexa joins Joe and Brett to dive deeper into the premise that we’re all attracted to the partners who trigger us the best. We discuss how trigger and attraction are related and how avoiding the feelings underneath our triggers can produce relationship dynamics that last for years if left unexamined. Learn to recognize and welcome your own triggers as well as those of a partner, finding the empowerment to draw boundaries and share desires from a place of kindness.