In this coaching session with Joe, Khe Hy explores his relationship with money and the pursuit of wealth. He examines the internal scorecard that’s been guiding his ambition and what he’d have to feel without it. In these feelings, he uncovers an internal compass that’s been with him all along.
Joe and Brett discuss what happens when a blessing that legitimately supports us in our path — money, free time, security, or even love — becomes something we’re afraid to lose and a condition we place on our freedom.
How long do you hold on to emotions? How much do they stagnate in your system? How fully you can process your emotions and let them flow through you? Joe and Brett discuss how the capacity to feel all of our emotions and allow them to move through us leads to better decisions, deeper relationships, and a richer experience of life.
Pondering their own entry into parenthood, Brett and Alexa chat with Joe about the profound changes in identity, roles, and expectations that come with the decision to have a child.
Joe and Brett reflect on how to find or build a healthy community in an era where loneliness has reached pandemic proportions.
Joe and Brett invite questions from listeners on the subject of humility. How can we tell the difference between true humility and false modesty? What does it look like to be humble while fully expressing ourselves? What happens when ‘humility’ gets used to make ourselves or others small? Send us your questions on Twitter, through our website, or in our Circle community.
Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in a relentless cycle of burnout? You’re not alone. In this episode, Joe and Brett dive into the nuances of cyclical burnout — the dependence on adrenaline, the self-perpetuating sense of urgency, the inevitable fiery crash. Learn to feel the difference between stressed idleness and deep rest, exploring the interplay between fear, joy, and excitement. Explore alternative ways of working that may be more energizing than relying on adrenaline, and see how gratitude can open up a powerful escape hatch from the burnout cycle.
To engage in spiritual practice is to bring awareness to our evolution. In this episode, Joe and Brett unpack the relationship between exploring our inner depths and getting things done in the world, and how both can be achieved together when we see business itself as a fertile ground for self-discovery.
How much tension in your life comes from using or avoiding conflict in order to get what you want? What would change if you allowed conflict to deepen your connection with others and find great solutions? In this episode, Brett and Joe unpack the nature of conflict avoidance. They take a deep look at its root causes and symptoms and how it can lead to stagnant relationships, substandard solutions, and a lack of internal alignment. Learn to navigate the turbulent waters of discord with loving boundaries and an open heart, finding the connection and collaboration possible through welcoming conflict as it arises.
Brett probes Joe about his history with money, from avoiding it entirely at first to recognizing the role it played as a surrogate for his father’s love. They discuss how our projections of money can be traced back to their emotional roots.