Work Life Play with Aaron McHugh

Work Life Play with Aaron McHugh
Exploring the limits of human potential in Work, Life & Play

Turning Lemons Into A Lemonade Life with Author Zack Friedman #188
Jul 10 • 36 min
recognized a pattern in humans. Some people create lemonade from lemons and others don’t. His book, , is the playbook for how to choose a pathway that eludes many, and can lead to more fulfillment and success.
Storytelling, Markers and a Wholeheart with Creative Sunni Brown #187
Jun 26 • 36 min
is an inspiration. She helped me exercise my wierd. After many years of trading messages, I’m proud to share our conversation with you today. One of my favorite quotes from Sunni I included in “If you can’t change your mind, it’s very hard to…
The Art of Getting Lost with Semi-Rad founder Brendan Leonard #186
Jun 19 • 22 min
Brendan Leonard promises that real adventure is not out of reach. I discovered his work through , a get-out-there excuse removing antidote to exploring more. He writes, “The hardest thing is convincing yourself it’s okay. Now I know you’re…
Designing Your Work Life to Thrive with Authors Bill Burnett and Dave Evans #185
Jun 12 • 39 min
Dave Evans and Bill Burnett are designers at heart. Early in their careers, they designed for companies like Apple. Today, as Life Designers, they show people how to get off the couch and prototype alternative versions of their lives and their…
Bravespace Workplaces with Author Moe Carrick #184
Jun 5 • 37 min
Moe believes that Bravespace workplaces enable for people to face the risks, emotional exposure, uncertainty, and vulnerability that come with work. Leaders must know that people aren’t machines, but that we are strong and fragile, smart, complex and…
The Path to Restoring the Heart of a Man with Author Morgan Snyder #183
May 29 • 41 min
is more than my guest today. Our sixteen-year friendship is an anchor I repeatedly tether myself to for hope, truth, and joy. Our transformative reciprocity began when we were angsty younger men in our thirties. We’d commiserate together. Now we…
How to Deal With the Root Cause of Your Distraction with Nir Eyal #182
May 22 • 42 min
I’ll be the first to admit. I can be easily distracted. Ping, blue dot, check email, etc. Nir Eyal named my interference as pain management. “Unless we deal with the root causes of our distraction, we’ll continue to find ways to distract ourselves….
Joy at the Finish line with Sufferfest Beer Company CEO Caitlin Landesberg #181
Apr 17 • 43 min
My guest today on Work Life Play is Caitlin Landesberg, founder and CEO of Sufferfest Beer Company, for those who believe in earning their beer. is an Athlete, long-distance trail runner, and is relentlessly curious. We talk about living fully,…
The Depressed Brain and Finding Hope Again with Andrew Jensen #180
Apr 10 • 23 min
My guest today is Canadian , PGA pro tour golfer and avid spokesman for the pitfalls and hope for those of us who struggle with depression and anxiety. “I turned pro and embarked on just this lonely, isolated life and isolation is not good for the…
Change Your Life by Unlocking Your True Motivation with Bryan Falchuk #179
Apr 3 • 23 min
In 2018, I interviewed Bryan Falchuk, author of Do a Day: How to Live a Better Life Everyday. What struck me about Bryan was how his lowest-life moment, became his redefining inspiration. Here’s what he had to say, “I walked into…
Transcending the Cult of Average with Tom Davis #178
Mar 27 • 50 min
What is the Cult of Average? Today, my friend and guest liberates our thinking by guiding us to a values-based operating system for our lives. A ‘pay the rent’ lifestyle is one that is based on living life for other people. It’s about paying the…
Why We Need a Whole Heart | My talk from my book release #177
Mar 20 • 47 min
Usually, I wouldn’t write an introduction to a podcast episode that I am the “guest” or the speaker. But hey, this is the best talk I’ve ever given at my new book launch party on February 1st, , What makes that accurate? Ninety of some of my favorite…
Feast or Famine? Walking Over the Edge with Alastair Humphreys #176
Mar 19 • 46 min
is unusual. He cycled around the world (46,000 miles) and rowed across the Atlantic Ocean unsupported. Those feats are unusual, but more accessible for the commoner are his microadventures, short, local, burts of curious wanderings out your front…
Peb Jackson on Emptying Yourself and Blank Spots on the Map #175
Mar 5 • 49 min
Peb Jackson is uncommonly attracted to risk and survival. Today at age 75 it remains true-it’s in his bones. We talk about learning to empty yourself, living an adventurous life of the heart and in wild places where blank spots on the map still…
Connector. Inviter. Truthteller Leith McHugh #174
Feb 14 • 32 min
, my lovely wife of 26 years, is in the house today on the Work Life Play podcast. She’s up to some amazing things in the world. We talk about “How McHugh’s Roll” and the importance of inviting our children into our family ethos. She shares about her…
Running Home with Runner & Author Katie Arnold #173
Feb 5 • 48 min
My guest today on Work Life Play is Ultrarunner, Author, mom, and Outside contributing editor . Katie’s book, Running Home serves as the backdrop for our conversation, “A memoir about grief, motherhood, adventure, and finding your stride”.
Closing the Gap- Launch Day #172
Jan 14 • 7 min
Today. Closing the gap between where I was and where I am. Choices. Tradeoffs. Grace. Reboot. Start. Rest. Pray. Reflect. Celebrate. My book goes live today into the world. A decade ago, I sat on my back patio and wrote the first draft of this…
Breaking Radio Silence-My New Book #171
Jan 8 • 19 min
Wake up to your life. It’s time to make a ruckus at work. Hi friends, new and old, after 10 years of soulful wrestle, iteration and innovation, I’m excited to announce the release of my new book. Fire your boss-discovering work you love without…
The Far Green Country with Eli Pyke #170
Jan 28, 2019 • 36 min
The Far Green Country, a documentary film about RV living in the national parks, marriage, and parenting. Eli Pyke shares his story of he and his family living in an RV for a year as they reset their lives.
When You Deny You’re Burning Out with Jen Fisher #169
Jan 28, 2019 • 36 min
Our world is fast-paced, being everything to everyone at all times (except to ourselves), and the demands of our modern world aren’t sustainable if we don’t learn to listen to our body, mind, and spirit to excel in our life, work and relationships….
And Sons & The Young Man’s Soul #168
Nov 16, 2018 • 41 min
Today’s interview is with Blaine and Sam Eldredge with And Son’s Magazine. We talk about their eight-year dream of creating a print magazine, the power of transformation v.s. entertainment, masculinity as a lens by which we can view everything else,…
Mapping The Health of Your Relationships | Reboot Live Part 3 | #167
Nov 9, 2018 • 20 min
Which relationships bring you life? Do you know which relationships drain your energy? Begin by mapping your relationships across your work and life to gain insight about where you need to invest your time and energy.
What Do You Value Most? | Reboot Live Part 2 | #166
Nov 3, 2018 • 29 min
What do you value most, not your stuff, but deeper than the stuff you own?
Mapping What Matters Most Reboot Live | Part 1 | #165
Oct 14, 2018 • 43 min
Today’s podcast is from session #1 from Reboot Live last October 2017. Last year, we held two Reboot Experience Workshop and took people on an inward journey to answer big questions like what do you want in life? And How do I find my path to a…
Listening To The Voice of Light and Easy #164
Oct 7, 2018 • 7 min
What if you listened to the voice of light and easy? What would it tell you to do? What truth would it remind you of? Maybe things are about to go great for you in your career, with your relationships and in that new thing you want to try. Lean in and…
Revealing Light From Darkness with Artist Mark Evans #163
Jul 4, 2018 • 54 min
carves into leather hides to reveal light from darkness. As a kid, he started drawing and his Archimedes moment came when a drop of blood stained his new Christmas present, a leather jacket. He pulled out his boyhood knives to scratch off the blood…
Beyond Profits at Hari Mari with Jeremy Stewart #162
Jun 21, 2018 • 33 min
Jeremy Stewart and I talked flip flops, political science, pediatric cancer and the power of why. Learn from his wisdom in this episode. Wanting to do more than just create a great flip flop and stunned to learn that pediatric cancer is the most…
How to Keep Hope Alive #161
Jun 11, 2018 • 27 min
Hope must be cared for, nurtured and protected. Hope stays alive when we steward even the smallest glimpse or the thinnest thread. An action is required for transformation to happen. Talking about, thinking about, and dreaming about change isn’t…
I Bet My Life On What I Believe #160
Jun 4, 2018 • 33 min
My savings account just hit zero. We’ve bet our life on what we believe, and I’d like to shoot straight with you about what its been like the last seven months. In October, I left my cushy $six figure career. It was intellectually challenging, but…
Taking the Next Brave Step #159
May 14, 2018 • 28 min
The future is difficult to forecast, but our next brave step is the one thing we can do. Where are you suppressing the parts of you that appear to not fit in your world today? Where can you experiment with expressing the fullest version of you? Where…
Are You Sure? Maybe There’s Another Way #158
Apr 11, 2018 • 45 min
Today’s episode was previously recorded at our back in October, 2017. In 2015, we sold everything we owned, pushed pause on our life and started over. Not everyone needs to jettison their life like we did. But everyone can benefit from the lessons…
The Hardest Part of Letting Go with Alex Woodard #157
Apr 6, 2018 • 40 min
Alex Woodard reminded me of how pliable our lives and dreams are if we let go. Alex’s story is a powerful example of driving hard towards his goal of playing his music to thousands. On the eve of achieving his dream, the bottom fell out. His record…
Meaningful Work with Shawn Askinosie #156
Mar 24, 2018 • 45 min
Shawn Askinosie’s book might change your life if you allow it. Meaningful Work is not a book about “saving the world”— but it is about how businesses can and should solve problems in the world, and how positive change begins with…
Top Ten Reasons Why We Do Not Change #155
Mar 7, 2018 • 26 min
My top ten reasons why I believe we won’t change. 1-No guarantees of an outcome. 2-We really aren’t yet in enough pain in our current reality. 3-The devil I know is better than the devil I don’t. 4-A template was installed in us a long time ago that…
Who Am I with Ryan Miller #154
Mar 2, 2018 • 51 min
Today is the Ryan Miller Show. I’ve titled this episode, Who Am I as we talk about their creative work in the world through , and his upcoming show on May 3rd in Spokane, .
Start Balancing with Kristy Dickerson #153
Feb 21, 2018 • 26 min
Kristy Dickerson, keynote speaker, businesswoman, and active CEO and co-founder of Start Planner has devoted her life to providing hope for individuals who are looking to achieve balance, success, and happiness in their lives. She has been featured in…
Permission Slips #152
Feb 20, 2018 • 15 min
This is your permission slip to cut yourself some slack. Take a break. Take a day off. Skip school. Skip work. Wear flip-flops. Punt on a meeting. Say No. Don’t go. Stay home. Call in sick. Be late. Take a nap. Do half as much and call it good…
Adding Intention to Your Life Through Your Money with Jesse Mecham #151
Feb 14, 2018 • 40 min
My guest today is Jesse Mecham, author of his new book . The money powers our lives and is a resource required for living the life we want. Jesse’s team, and I agree, believes that when you approach your money with intention, you can more…
Fully Alive with Ben Moon #150
Jan 17, 2018 • 57 min
is a Pacific City, Oregon based photographer and filmmaker who enjoys working with a diverse range of adventurers, athletes and musicians. Surviving cancer in his twenties inspired a greater connection and appreciation for others and the natural…
Essentialism: Less, But Better with Greg McKeown #149 Part 2
Jan 9, 2018 • 33 min
Part 2 of my interview with , author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. In this episode, he continues with practical advice on getting clear on the bigger picture and enabling for more regular course corrections. Even Greg struggles to…
Essentialism: Less, But Better with Greg McKeown #148 Part 1
Jan 3, 2018 • 57 min
My interview with Greg McKeown, author of the New York Times Bestseller, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, produced poignant questions that warrant an accompanying question guide. I believe lasting transformation can occur when we…
BIG LOVE Has Our Back with Ashton Gustafson #147
Dec 24, 2017 • 56 min
believes that there is more to life than prestige, accomplishment, trophies and ladder climbing. He believes that if we listen, taste, and smell the melody, the texture, and observe the nuances-we will find what we are all looking for. Ashton leads a…
Leave No Good Thing Left Unsaid #146
Dec 21, 2017 • 6 min
I have an experiment for you. I know the holidays are stressful, over-scheduled, over-spending, over-eating and lots of time with friends and family. Here’s my idea-What if we left no good thing unsaid? We spend a lot of time with family during the…
A Chat with Guy Kawasaki #145
Dec 18, 2017 • 22 min
was chief evangelist of Apple during the early 1980’s Macintosh era. In this punchy, simple and short conversation Guy answers the following questions: What are you best at? What are you most proud of? What piece of advice do you give that people…
Hidden Downsides of Being a Digital Nomad with Brian David Crane #144
Dec 8, 2017 • 23 min
My guest today, Brian David Crane decodes for us the challenges of living and working anywhere in the world like loneliness, developing community and being productive when on Tuesday at 2 pm there is always another waterfall to explore. The best…
Why We Should Ask For Help #143
Nov 30, 2017 • 26 min
I find asking for help to be difficult. The truth is I don’t like to ask for help. I’d prefer to do things on my own, to grit it out, use endurance and perseverance to push through. In this episode, I share a compelling story of how I learned why we…
The Business of Being a Writer with Joanna Penn #142
Nov 24, 2017 • 43 min
My guest today is Joanna Penn, New York Times bestselling thriller writer. She writes inspirational non-fiction for aspiring authors. We talk about the business of being a writer, her habits, and routines, how she shapes her environment to fuel her…
I Quit My Job Then Drive 3,000 Miles to Clear My Head #141
Nov 23, 2017 • 33 min
Last month, I quit my job. I decided I needed to clear my head before starting a new gig. I just returned from a 3,000-mile road trip out west in our 1974 VW Bus. I put together a Best Of list from my experience. My Instagram feed has all of the…
Dispatch: Pausing For a VW Bus Road Trip West #140
Nov 14, 2017 • 11 min
In this episode, I recorded a dispatch update from my VW bus road trip from Colorado to California. I’m chasing wild as I visit National Parks and enjoy the drone of the highway. Thus far, I’ve visited Capitol Reef NP, Bryce Canyon NP and Zion NP. I…
Regain Your Taste For Adventure with Family Man John Montgomery #139
Nov 9, 2017 • 39 min
I met John Montgomery at an Explorer’s dinner in Manhattan hosted by Stefan Loble ( founder). Everyone invited had some new bent of curiosity that drove their exploration. John’s is world travel. It all started when his dad used to load them in the…
100,000 Downloads: Then & Now Morgan Snyder Interviews Me #138
Nov 7, 2017 • 87 min
Morgan Snyder, host of Become , and my close friend interviews me on Work Life Play in celebration of this podcast reaching 100,000 downloads. We titled it “Then and Now” as we retrace through our friendship over the last thirteen years. We talk…
How Our Disappointments Reveal What We Believe #137
Nov 7, 2017 • 32 min
How we handle disappointment reveals what we really believe about life. Everyone experiences some level of disappointment in life, but not everyone moves forward from the imprint of disappointment. Moving forward in a positive way is challenging….
The Art of Reframing Episode #136
Nov 1, 2017 • 21 min
This episode is powered by the in the Work Life Play store. Last year, our city was unfortunately ranked among the highest for teen suicide. We were directly impacted. We knew our pending move-in day was going to be impacted by the grief and…
Reboot Your Life Recap #135
Oct 25, 2017 • 26 min
I wanted to give you a Reboot recap from our live event a week ago. I think the best way to start is to share a few quotes from Rebooters, “The world needs to hear this.” “Excursions were amazing & life-giving!” “This changed my life….
Drafting On An Elbow #134
Oct 24, 2017 • 10 min
Joe was a recovering alcoholic who upgraded his addiction from booze to running. He told me if I tucked in close to his elbow and ran hard, he promised it would be tough, but he wouldn’t drop me. He’d won duathlon world championships, and I was…
Looking to the Finish Line #133
Oct 22, 2017 • 20 min
I yelled his name printed on his race bib, “Tim, YOU’VE GOT THIS.” I didn’t know him, but he picked his head up, stared 1,000 yards ahead and got going again. I was working an aid station at the Hawaii IRONMAN World Championship triathlon….
Jack O’Neill and Cary Pierce of Jackopierce #132
Oct 16, 2017 • 57 min
In this episode, I caught up with Jack O’Neill and Cary Pierce from Jackopierce in Napa Valley from the Motor Lodge Inn in Calistoga, CA just before their live destination show. We talk about their music, their thirty-year journey, and the grit it…
Check Engine Lights and Life Dashboards #131
Oct 11, 2017 • 23 min
My check engine light is on in my 2004 Honda Pilot. I’ve had it checked, but they said it was okay but for how long? How long can I drive with red lights flashing warning signs? A couple of years ago, my life’s dashboard was flashing red also. I…
We’ve Forgotten How to Play #130
Oct 5, 2017 • 21 min
You used to know how to play, but people like us can get pretty serious about life and forget how to really play. Remember when you’d jump on your pogo stick in the driveway until your dad came home from work? Back when I was jumping mud puddles on my…
Finding Your Sweet Spot #129
Sep 26, 2017 • 20 min
Finding your sweet spot in Work Life Play isn’t simple. Each of us has our own set of values, priorities, circumstances, and objectives. Our sweet spot, the narrow window or range where goodness, sustainability, and reward all converge. Finding your…
Do Less Better #128
Sep 13, 2017 • 8 min
Sir Edmond Hillary claimed he climbed Mt. Everest, “Because it’s there.” Reframed, I think he meant “Because I can.” Not everyone possesses the athleticism and grit to achieve the summit of Mt. Everest. We conceded the fact that we are not trained…
From Busy to Burn Out with Bryan Buckley #127
Sep 5, 2017 • 48 min
Today my guest is Bryan Buckley host of The Energy Edge Podcast. We met last year as part of an entrepreneur conference he hosted and subsequently Bryan had me as a guest on his podcast. Listen to the episode here. If you resonate with our…
Why I Took A Break From Podcasting #126
Aug 29, 2017 • 20 min
I told a friend how I unplugged from producing my podcast earlier this summer. He’s in the publishing world, and he understands how difficult it is to build an audience and keep people’s attention. The advertised best practice is to continue doing…
Obsessed to Push with Tommy Caldwell #125
Jun 9, 2017 • 50 min
From reluctant public figure starting as a teenager, Tommy Caldwell is driven…no really driven to push beyond…far beyond where all other’s would have quit. “If you get a chance to explore what nobody has….you have to do that” From Tommy’s…
Be the Hero of Your Life #124
May 30, 2017 • 8 min
I love GoPro’s tag line, Be a Hero. Be the Hero of the life we already have. Being the hero in my life isn’t about fame, fortune, spotlights and ego. I think it’s deeper than that. I think being the hero of our lives requires us to show up and…
Protect the Asset #123
May 23, 2017 • 20 min
I am listening to by Greg McKeown on repeat. I keep revisiting a phrase he uses, Protect the Asset. His idea is that you and I are the asset of every story, every beginning, every good endeavor that we imagine and therefore we need to…
Vagabonding and the Art of Living Curiously with Rolf Potts #122
May 15, 2017 • 51 min
Rolf Potts is a travel writer, essayist, adventurer and teacher. I discovered Rolf Potts from listening to Tim Ferris. Rolf’s book, is attributed by Ferris as the basis for his stick-it-to-the man . I sat down with Rolf Potts over Skype from our…
Living on Purpose: Creating a Life List #121
Apr 18, 2017 • 19 min
The importance of creating a life list and define what you’re aiming at. In this episode, I share my list with you as examples of the kinds of stuff you might want to consider yourself. I updated my Life List in 2016. It sits above my desk on my wall,…
Fire Your Boss with USA Cycling #120
Apr 12, 2017 • 50 min
Last fall, I gave a keynote address at USA Cycling’s annual coach’s summit event on the topic of my book, Accomplishing Big Things: Acting Like a Pro 8 Minutes At a Time Big goals are sexy. We love the idea of tackling big life-changing achievements….
Pause: Harnessing the Life-Changing Power of Giving Yourself A Break with Rachael O’Meara #119
Apr 7, 2017 • 42 min
I met on a boat ride on the Columbia River in Portland, OR. We were both attending WDS event. We share a similar story of pushing the pause button on our lives to find a new and improved path. You’re going to love her story. Rachael O’Meara was a…
The Practice of Being Brave with David Wilcox #118
Mar 30, 2017 • 56 min
David Wilcox is an American folk musician and award-winning guitarist. He picked up a guitar after hearing a fellow college student playing her guitar in the stairwell. He quickly discovered the power and authority that music held in telling…
The Periodic Table & The Raw Materials of Your Life #117
Mar 30, 2017 • 41 min
I have this theory that all of our experiences, our misfortunes, our victories, our relationships, our shortcomings, our unexplained mysteries of our life are useful raw materials. It reminds me of the periodic table of elements that represent the…
Rebooting Your Life with Leith McHugh #116
Mar 22, 2017 • 38 min
write yourself a better story If you could reimagine your life again…what story would your write? Maybe you feel stuck in a life rut or simply feel you aren’t living the life you were made for. It’s easy to find yourself down a path you didn’t want…
Here’s to the Mess We Make #115
Mar 13, 2017 • 29 min
This episode is from 11,000 feet on New York Mountain outside of Eagle Colorado in a backcountry Yurt during a recent ski hut trip I went on with 7 guys. I recorded a few of our conversations that ended up being about a couple of movies like La La…
Purposely Merging Work, Life and Play Together with Allan Branch #114
Mar 8, 2017 • 27 min
Here’s the download on Allan Branch. He’s a serial entrepreneur, rebuilding a 30’ sailboat, homeschooling his kids, growing and selling a SaaS company, traveling with his kids for 12 weeks a year paid for by the business but still feeling like a…
Adventure Log from Sea Kayaking the Sea of Cortez #113
Mar 6, 2017 • 19 min
This Adventure log is from a recent trip I took with my brother to the Baja California in Mexico. I’ve dreamed about sea kayaking this area for over a decade. I fired up my microphone throughout the trip while adventure was actually…
Everyday Acts of Courage with Andy Molinsky #112
Feb 24, 2017 • 46 min
Andy Molinsky, PH.D is an expert on behavior in the business world. I interviewed him about his new book, REACH: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge, and Build Confidence. Andy Molinsky is a Professor at…
I Might Die! I Might Live #111
Feb 24, 2017
In the intro of this episode, I play a Haka I recorded last summer at my nephew’s World Series Baseball game. The young men who put on this Haka chant was from the New Zealand baseball team. If you’re familiar with Rugby then you’ve likely heard this…
All You Need to Fix Your Life: Make 2 Degree Adjustments #110
Feb 24, 2017
Big changes in life are often times made by subtle shifts in our approach. I learned this lesson on making a 2 degree shift from . I think it’s a lot like using a compass and adjusting your compass to point to True North, instead of Magnetic North…
Living Like a Tourist in Your Own Town #109
Feb 24, 2017
Alastair Humphreys in his book MicroAdventures: Local Discoveries For Great Escapes says, “Adventure is a state of mind, a spirit of trying something new and leaving your comfort zone. It’s about enthusiasm, ambition, open-mindedness and curiosity”. I…
Learning to Budget Your Emotional Energy Investments & Expenditures #108
Feb 24, 2017
In this episode I outline the lessons I’ve learned in budgeting my emotional energy investments and expenditures. You can read the full post on the . I experienced a burn out in 2015. I was emotionally and physically depleted. In my struggle to…
Why We’re Restoring the Joy Bus and Chasing Dreams Together #107
Jan 27, 2017
We did the deal in a McDonald’s parking lot half a mile from the Portland airport after a 20-minute test drive and a rusty glove inspection. It took $6,700, four plane tickets and six months of looking for her. The Joy Bus was ours. The story began…
Who Would You Rob a Bank With #106
Jan 24, 2017
I’m learning that there are very few people on the planet that I’d rely upon, trust, believe in, implicitly know I’m safe with and covered by to rob a bank with. But there are a few. In business and in life, I find it’s super helpful to identify who…
Finding What You’re Searching For #105
Jan 20, 2017
I recorded this episode while on an adventure run in LA. I was exploring and found a really cool trail that winded to the top of a city park with this perfect pond and view of the city. Running helps me maintain my curiosity and the spirit of…
Fulfillment Doesn’t Come From Victory with Chris Lieto #104
Jan 19, 2017
Chris Lieto is a top ranked World Class Triathlete, 3 time Ironman Champion, Husband, Father @BasePerformance and doing @MoreThanSport. Big Island of Hawaii
In Memories We Were Rich #103
Jan 13, 2017
The Story of Shackleton Sir Ernest Shackleton is a legend as an Antarctic Explorer. However his fame did not come from accomplishing his goal of reaching the south pole. Instead on his third trip to the Antarctic, his ship The Endurance became frozen…
Performance Breakthrough with Cathy Salit #102
Jan 11, 2017
Salit’s core idea is that all humans have an innate ability to perform, pretend, and improvise. It’s what helps us develop as children and continue developing as adults. You may not have been on a stage since you played a tree in third grade, but…
Be the Hero of Your Life #101
Jan 10, 2017
Be the hero. Own it all. All the ingredients are raw materials that are useful in our stories. All of it. Be gracious and kind to yourself. Love the people you are with. Be curious. Go searching for life. Keep going, Aaron
Keep Going #100
Dec 20, 2016 • 35 min
Thank you friends for being on this adventure with me of 100 episodes of Work Life Play. At the end of this episode, I have a special closing from my friend Jack O’Neill from Jackopierce. My wife and I spent the weekend with them in NYC as part of…
Teaching Men to Be Emotionally Honest with Andrew Reiner #99
Dec 5, 2016
Andrew Reiner is a writer and educator in Baltimore, MD. He is working on a book about masculinity and, right now, a chapter on boys/men and crying. He read a blog by my friend Sam Jolman, while researching this topic and he read a…
Rescuing Daughters & Sons From Modern Slavery with Exodus Road #98
Dec 1, 2016
Retracing the Legendary Road to Sparta with Dean Karnazes #97
Nov 29, 2016
Dean Karnazes exudes life…to the fullest. At age 30, Dean discovered his feet were meant for running unimaginable distances instead of his former wing tipped polished leather shoes of Corporate America. Dean won’t taunt you with his stories of his…
The Lesson of ISOLATION with Filmmakers David Guersan and Matthieu Bernat #96
Nov 27, 2016
I S O L A T I O N is a short film directed by and about a stranger leaving his modern lifestyle for a spiritual journey through incredible Scottish landscapes. Throughout the film, the stranger works to uncover the meaning of…
The Raging Sloth Living with Real Limitations Eric Eaton #95
Nov 17, 2016
Author, speaker, and leader Eric Eaton shows readers a pathway to bust their limitation, define success for themselves, and live an abundant life. Eric distilled decades of personal and professional lessons into a proven plan to alleviate guilt and…
Restoring Balance Part 5 Geography Isn’t the Problem #94
Nov 14, 2016
It’s easy to believe that if we lived somewhere else, worked somewhere else, were with someone else….we could experience the life we desire. Most of the time…that turns out to be entirely wrong. Change -lasting change, starts from within us….
Beyond Everest: Leaving Behind More Than Boot Tracks Jake Norton #93
Nov 8, 2016
Jake Norton is a world-renowned climber, photographer, filmmaker, philanthropist, and inspirational speaker. Based in Evergreen, Colorado, Jake’s worldwide adventures have taken him to the summit of Mount Everest (three times) and on expeditions on…
Restoring Balance Part 4 Accepting Your Limitations #92
Nov 7, 2016
Discovering, restoring and recovering balance requires being honest about and accepting your limitations. I did not want to believe that I had physical, emotional and relational limitations. Unfortunately, despite my disbelief, my thresholds of energy…
Capture More Attention with Dan Roam #91
Oct 25, 2016
Dan Roam is the author of the international bestseller , the most popular visual-thinking business book of all time. Dan helps business people think and solve problems visually. His newest book, distills ten years of working with business…
Restoring Balance Part 3-MicroRest #90
Oct 15, 2016
Build in MicroRest into your day. Begin choosing to pause, for a moment, a second or a few minutes. Stop, come to an idle and catch your breath. Practical MicroRest habits Work: Schedule five to fifteen minute meeting blocks on your calendar….
Restoring Balance Part 2- Stop Multitasking #89
Oct 15, 2016
Stop Multitasking and starting doing one thing at a time. In this episode, I outline how multitasking deters us from experiencing balance. Instead, focusing our energy and attention on one task, conversation, meeting, email, or project at a time…
Restoring Balance Part 1-Changing the Atmosphere #88
Oct 15, 2016
In this podcast series on Restoring Balance, I deconstructs the art of making adjustments in your approach, your thinking, your beliefs and habits. I share practical easy-to-start tools to restoring balance to your Work, Life, Play, Health and…
Off the Map with Andrew Skurka #87
Oct 11, 2016
Andrew Skurka is an accomplished adventure athlete, speaker, guide, and writer. The 34-year-old is most well known for his solo long-distance backpacking trips, notably the 4,700-mile 6-month Alaska-Yukon Expedition, the 6,875-mile 7-month Great…
Milestone Marker of Five Years #86
Oct 10, 2016
Five years ago I started writing a couple articles on a wordpress site to profile my ideas as part of a career change. Accidentally….Now two-hundred and forty field reports (blog posts) and on Work Life Play….I can confidently say I’m onto…
Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life #85
Oct 2, 2016
Create a life that matters to you. The narrative we tell ourselves frames our life. Work can’t be about survival. Rethink work. Live differently. Capitalize on the small margins of your life, they add up. Stay curious. Live adventurously. Learn to…
Sharing Our Life Love and Food with Elayne Prechtel #84
Sep 19, 2016
Last week, I crashed a women only backyard dinner party. Thirty women were dressed and buttoned to celebrate their Season Finale of Super Soul Happy Hour/Share Classes. Party lights were strung between Ponderosa pines and simple picnic…
A Church, a Gym and a Bar: Surfing with Srinivas Rao #82
Sep 14, 2016
Srini called in for our interview from a SoCal seaside coffee shop between tides. He ejected on his busy life to detox for a few days by practicing what he preaches. During our interview you’ll hear trains pass by, seagulls cawing and Srini get fired…
Creating a Haven of Peace with Joanne Miller #81
Sep 11, 2016
In this podcast interview with , she helps us understand the importance of having a peaceful and healthy home environment. In Joanne’s new book, Creating a Haven of Peace () she stresses the importance of intentional environmental…
Adventure: Knowing When to Turn Around #80
Sep 2, 2016
In this podcast, my adventure buddy, Ray Cameron and I retell our experience of turning around on our attempt to climb Crestone Peak is Colorado’s 7th’ highest mountain rising to 14,294 feet above sea level. Colorado’s has over fifty-eight…
How to Scale Influence with Carl Richards #79
Aug 22, 2016
How to Scale Influence with Carl Richards | Episode #79 I met Carl last year in gravel grey parking lot in Western Colorado. We had $5K cash, ready to do the deal. was selling his BMW Adventure bike to my friend . We discovered that we…
The Narrative I Tell Myself Every Day #78
Aug 13, 2016
Rob Bell says in his new book, “We all have a blinking line, a cursor. Your blinking line is whatever sits in front of you waiting to be brought into existence”. The narrative I tell myself everyday frames my Work Life Play. Every…
Honorable Work and a Short Bus #77
Aug 13, 2016
Podcast bullet: If you don’t like the work you’re doing everyday. We can still choose to do it well. It is honorable just doing the hard work of staying alive. There is a lot of pressure in our modern world for our lives to be epic and big. Big…
Betting on Yourself #76
Aug 8, 2016
You are more powerful than you believe. You are more influential than you think. Invest a dollar, an hour, an ounce of emotional energy in yourself. You will never loose. Markets are volatile. You are steady. Money is fleeting. You…
Rage Against the Minivan with Kristen Howerton #75
Jul 29, 2016
I had this nutty idea of asking if she would be willing to do a podcast interview while riding in a (picture a four-wheeled carriage with each person peddling) on the Newport Beach, CA boardwalk. She said, That sounds…
Humility or Humiliation #74
Jul 25, 2016
It is a fine line between choosing humility or humiliation. I use this phrase ”Eating Humble Pie” when I feel the tension of choice between humility and humiliation. I use this phrase when I find myself walking the fine line…
Adventuring Outside Your Tribe #73
Jul 25, 2016
Tribes of Belonging Your tribe of belonging is where you are at home. You know where you fit. You’re part of the tribe and everyone in the tribe knows you belong. You’re comfortable, safe and you can predict what will happen next within the…
Mercenaries and Missionaries #72
Jul 18, 2016
Everyone should be part Mercenaries and equal parts Missionaries. I learned this idea from Mike Rowe the TV show host of Dirty Jobs. He riffed on this idea on a Fast Company video post and shared why he believes that everyone should be both. I…
The Pressure of Perfection #71
Jul 8, 2016
I have a confession to make. I get hung up with self-induced pressure of perfection. I have a vision of what things can become. As a result, I can easily get stuck in the muddy mire of perfect. I make things harder than they need to be. My wife…
Art with a Soul with Kevin Butler #70
Jul 7, 2016
I discovered Kevin Butler’s art in a Herschel Supply Co. magazine in a surf shop in Laguna Beach, CA. was intoxicatingly stacked from cover to cover with images of surf, land, sea, play, beauty and art. Kevin’s RAD Cars with RAD Surfboards…
The Third Way #69
Jul 5, 2016
It seems like there are only two choices, Option 1 (the way I’ve always done it) re Option 2 (the way I don’t want to do it). However, I’ve discovered another option I never knew existed. We’ve learned to call this unforeseen possibility option “The…
Think Simple: Ken Segall’s Secret Weapon that Drove Apple #68
Jun 23, 2016
Podcast Highlights: The high’s and low’s of working side-by-side with for twelve years. Discover the power of defeating complexity with simplicity. with Jeff Goldblum. Why is simplicity so difficult to get right? Hear the story about the…
Live a Hell Yes #67
Jun 7, 2016
I called my friend Gill at 10 am this morning. “Gill I’m calling you back. What’s up?” “We’re going to climb Pikes Peak today. You should join us Aaron.” Pause; remind myself that the lists of excuses for saying “No” are not that…
How to Cheat Business Travel #66
Jun 3, 2016
Think differently Business travel does not have to be a drag. Remove resignation from your list of excuses. You can fulfill your work obligations and HAVE A GOOD TIME ALSO. Come prepared adventure clothes running/walking/hiking shoes Petzl headlamp…
What Anxiety is Trying to Teach You Episode #65
Jun 1, 2016
Unfortunately, I experience anxiety. I used to resent the feelings of anxiousness, worry and discomfort. I can’t say, I like feeling anxious. However, I’ve learned to embrace anxiety as a necessary, although sometimes irrational, indicator of…
Your Good Amount of Weird #64
Jun 1, 2016
Your Good Amount of Weird [Episode #64] Everybody is weird in a good way. Your weird is your superpower. Embrace your weird. Love your weird. Foster your weird. Practice being weird. A friend of ours told me a story about her son coming home from…
9 Ways to Reboot Your Life Now #63
May 24, 2016
My wife Leith McHugh was interviewed last week on You will want to listen to this powerful interview. I put together a summary of the nine key areas that were part of our Life Reboot. In this podcast, I walk through each of these key Reboot…
All the Roots Grow Deeper When It’s Dry #62
May 21, 2016
This podcast was recorded while backpacking the Colorado Trail at 10,000 feet on Kenosha Pass. I captured a few ideas, a few trail sounds and invite you into our three day 28 mile adventure. All the Roots Grow Deeper When It’s Dry
Live a Better Story with Your Kids: Take a Road Trip #61
May 19, 2016
You don’t need a destination. You don’t need a lot of money. You don’t need to spend a lot of time planning. You just need to stuff your kids in the car, point in a direction and start driving. Our modern life is too full. Life is too full of…
Your Day Job is Not Enough with Patrick McGinnis #60
May 19, 2016
Podcast highlights: Don’t quit your day job. It can fund your dreams. Figure out what type of entrepreneur you want to become How to structure your life in order to have money or time to invest in your dream gig Take the 10% Entrepreneur Quiz to see…
48 Days to the Work You Love with Dan Miller #59
May 19, 2016
“The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply…
Ben Lecomte Plans to Swim the Pacific Ocean #58
May 17, 2016
Podcast Highlights with Ben Lecomte: From Tokyo to San Francisco in the name of sustainability - Why would Ben swim across the Pacific Ocean What will he think about while he swims eight hours a day, every day for six months? How long did it take for…
A Story Worth Living with John Eldredge #57
May 5, 2016
I picked John up in my 1974 VW Joy Bus and we found a semi-quiet trailhead to park and do the interview in my bus. Friends, I want you to go see this one night movie event in nationwide theaters on Thursday, May 19th. John Eldredge…
Net Worth Measured in Experiences with Cedar Wright #56
Apr 12, 2016
Cedar Wright Work Life Play Highlights: Cedar’s latest film, The Fledglings about paragliding from the summit of 18,490’ Pico de Orizaba the third highest mountain in North America. Ask yourself, What can I not help but do in…
How to Be Here with Rob Bell #55
Apr 9, 2016
is a brother from another mother. I love this man. I’ve listened to Rob’s voice in my earbuds since early 2000’s. When he was a pastor in Grand Rapids Michigan at Mars Hills Church, I would download his weekly sermons and listen to them on my…
How I Burned Out and Came Back #54
Apr 3, 2016
How I Burned Out and Came Back [Episode #54] If you’ve ever burned out, flirted with the idea of burn out or could envision that burn out is in your future, you’ll identify with my story. Burn out isn’t something most people want to admit happened to…
Chasing Adventure: Joshua Tree National Park #53 Part 2
Mar 31, 2016
This adventure log is another from the Chasing Adventure series that I recorded while traveling to Southern California and a Work Life Play trip. I recorded this one from . The band U2 made this iconic place famous for their album titled Joshua Tree….
Chasing Adventure: Be Where You Are #53 Part 1
Mar 16, 2016
It’s easy to ignore the things in our life that become normal or over time loose their original zeal. It’s easy to dream our life away wishing we were somewhere other than where we are. In this Chasing Adventure episode from my week long trip to…
Chasing Adventure: Authentic Connections #52
Mar 8, 2016
Los Angeles, CA isn’t immediately the community that comes to mind when I envision a backyard fine dining experience amongst new friends. On my recent Chasing Adventure trip to California, I purposed to orbit my decisions around people, adventure…
Chasing Adventure: Being Willing to Be the Novice #51
Mar 8, 2016
Picking up surfing isn’t easy. Especially when you live a thousand miles away from the ocean. It’s humbling being the novice. It’s humbling not knowing what to do or how to do it. I think it is even more difficult as an adult man. Most men I know…
Chasing Adventure: Reaching for the Full Length of Fun #50
Mar 8, 2016
During this episode, I talk about going out with my friend as we parked near the beach for thirty-minutes and chased adventure. It was simple. It was quick and it was just what we needed. There was no planning needed. There was no big story that…
Chasing Adventure: My Wallet Isn’t the Solution #49
Mar 8, 2016
Adventure Log #2 from my Chasing Adventure trip to SoCal. In this episode, I talk about the easy temptation to reach for my wallet and solve problems of discomfort. Instead, I choose to sit in the discomfort and see what unfolded as I chased…
Rhythm and Flow #48
Mar 8, 2016
I don’t believe that Work-Life balance is obtainable. The idea of a scale equally balanced with Work on one side and Life on the other is only temporarily obtainable. The only sustainable approach I have found to Work Life Play is in a constant…
Love Wins In Marriage #47
Mar 1, 2016
How should I write about the width and depth of twenty-two years of marriage, , kids, vacations, pain, , , family, depression, , , sexual orientation, addiction, sexual intimacy, and ? In this podcast, my wife…
Chasing Adventure: Indoor Mountain Biking to Camping Above the Pacific Ocean #46
Feb 26, 2016 • 23 min
Podcast Take Aways: Even if you live a mile from the ocean, its easy to get stuck in the rut of always being on and always being available. Obligation can easily win when it comes to setting our priorities of rest and play. It doesn’t matter where…
Conrad Anker: Be Good Be Kind Be Happy | While Crushing the Limits of Human Potential On the World’s Highest Mountains #45
Feb 10, 2016
You know , you just might not realize how or why you know him. Let me be your tour guide circa de Conrad Anker’s career mile markers. You will quickly recollect how you know him already. His personal mantra is Be Good, Be Kind, Be Happy. In…
FIRE YOUR BOSS: A Manifesto to Rethink How You Think About Work #44
Feb 1, 2016
Don’t Do It For Fame | Don’t Neglect Your Relationships Episode #43
Jan 17, 2016
Don’t Do It For Fame | Don’t Neglect Your Relationships 03 // Don’t do it to pursue fame. I find this one to be difficult. The truth is I do want to be noticed. Behind that shallow layer of hoping I’m seen, the deeper truth is I want my life to…
Be Consistent and Do Work You Love Episode #42
Jan 4, 2016
01 // Show up consistently and do the work. I’ve found a lot of people talk a good game about consistency, but in reality, they have a lot of false starts. Many people seem to struggle with consistently doing the work that needs to be done,…
Living Adventurously: Uncovering Your Inner Adventurer #41
Jan 1, 2016
Questions to ask yourself? When you used to be adventures, what did you do? What did you love before you got married, had a family and got a big job? What do you believe stands in your way today to reclaiming your adventurous spirit again? How can…
The Trifecta of Work Life Play #40
Dec 22, 2015
Why I believe in the Trifecta of combining all three Work Life Play How “succeeding” in any one category of the trifecta is not sufficient Why work-life balance by itself lacks long term sustainability How running with a rock on the…
Living Life Without Regrets: How to Ask the Toughest Questions with Filmmaker Yogi Roth #39
Nov 26, 2015
Podcast Highlights with Yogi Roth: Learn about Yogi’s inspiration from Emilio Esteves and Martin Sheen’s trek in 2010 movie . How this act of bravery has reshaped his perspective on the definition of a tough guy Everybody has a story that is…
MicroAdventures: Great Escapes Out Your Front Door with Alastair Humphreys #38
Nov 25, 2015
Microadventures: a refresh button for busy lives. WHAT IS A MICROADVENTURE? (From Alastair Humphreys & ) Adventure is the spirit of trying something new, trying something difficult. It is about enthusiasm, ambition, open-mindedness and curiosity….
Rebalancing Your Career in Less than 30 Minutes #37
Nov 10, 2015
How mountain biking the Colorado Trail taught me about the importance of a balanced career
99 Ways to LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE #36
Oct 30, 2015
Highlights from 99 Ways to Live Your Best Life Set a specific directional bearing on the course you want to take in Work Life Play Topics have a wide range: managing money, marriage, pursuing fame, becoming a better boss, personal…
Blowing Up My Life to Start Over #35
Oct 15, 2015
Starting in April, my life was upside down and sideways. This is my story of my how I unplugged in order to recharge, hit the reset button, and started over. Podcast Highlights: Understand the importance of understanding whose life are you actually…
How Micro-Adjustments in Work Life Play Can Produce More Joy #34
Oct 4, 2015
Learn about the Joy-Use Ratio. Small bursts of Joy can happen regularly if you come prepare and anticipate them
What if No One Likes What You Create #33
Sep 27, 2015
How to stop listening to the voices of disqualification. Understand why it is important to move forward with your ideas without consideration for the outcome. Learn how being concerned about what other people might think, actually contributes…
Acting Like a Pro Eight Minutes At a Time #32
Sep 27, 2015
Highlights from Podcast #32: Acting Like a Pro Eight Minutes at a Time The difference between acting like a pro and becoming a pro is not neglecting narrow windows of opportunity. Take the opportunity that’s right in front of you. Small…
How to Become Emotionally Fit with Miles Adcox, CEO of Onsite #31
Aug 20, 2015 • 37 min
Quick Podcast Highlights from Miles: Understand the necessity of developing your EQ (emotional intelligence) to live, love, parent, and lead well. Hear how the doorway of pain has become one of Miles’s biggest gifts in life. How…
The Transformative Power of Adventure: Sea Kayaking in Scotland #30
Jul 4, 2015 • 26 min
Understand how adventure gives us greater confidence to tackle life’s challenges Learn why special, difficult-to-reach places in wilderness help us gain perspective on our life back at home Appreciate how adventure helps us lose…
Carl Richards New York Times Columnist The Sketch Guy #29
Jun 4, 2015 • 37 min
A simple way to be smart about your money.
Interview with Tripp Crosby | A Conference Call in Real Life #28
May 29, 2015 • 31 min
Podcast Highlights: Hear how Tripp juggles his roles as a Director, Writer, Actor and On Stage Host The backstory on how Tripp and Tyler came up with the idea for their YouTube sketch Where Tripp and Tyler met and how they decided to start working…
Why We Need Two-Week Vacations #27
May 11, 2015 • 30 min
Why American’s Don’t Take Two Week Vacations
What to Do When It’s Your Turn with Seth Godin #26
Apr 9, 2015 • 34 min
Interview with Seth Godin
IRONMAN Triathlon: Interview with Mike Reilly The Voice of IRONMAN #25
Oct 23, 2014 • 38 min
Podcast Highlights: The History of IRONMAN Why the IRONMAN finish line should be on your Life List How Mike Reilly got his start calling IRONMAN athletes across the finish line How IRONMAN is a Human experience, not just a triathlon
Will Paddle For Whiskey | Adventure Journalist Andrew Todhunter #24
Oct 8, 2014 • 33 min
Adventure Travel
Stop Working the Old Way with Inventor Martin Keen #23
Jun 7, 2014 • 31 min
How Your Work-Life-Play Can Be Shaped By a New Way to Work
Interview with Jia Jiang Author of Rejection Proof: How to Beat Fear and Become Invincible #22
Apr 17, 2014 • 29 min
Find out how a box of donuts changed his life forever What were the most outlandish thing people agreed to? If you open yourself up to the world, the world will open itself up to you How to get out of your own way? Share your story with…
How to Make Sense of Your Career with Pam Slim’s Body of Work #21
Feb 18, 2014 • 28 min
Pamela Slim’s new book-Body of Work
Make Something and See What People Do With It- Gary Hirsch #20
Feb 18, 2014 • 39 min
Gary is an entrepreneur, a doodler and an improvisation artist. He loves making incomplete stories. He’s comfortable with the tension of the unknown and the awkwardness of the unrehearsed. He teaches improvisation stage techniques…
Joy, Inc. How We Built a Workplace People Love #19
Jan 1, 2014 • 38 min
Podcast Highlights How Rich is bringing humanity back to business The winning strategy of hiring humans and not polished resume’s How the biggest risk Rich faced was doing the same thing The business value of Joy How to empower employees to become…
The Art and Science behind Survival & Resilience with author Laurence Gonzales #18
Sep 4, 2013 • 23 min
Author Laurence Gonzales Deep Survival was the first scientific book on survival. In this interview we talk about the art and science of survival and the process of thriving post traumatic events.
Ambassador of Passion -UltraMarathon Man Dean Karnazes #17
Sep 4, 2013 • 26 min
Podcast Highlights: What Dean’s wife said when he announced his desire to resign from his job? What race is he most proud of completing? How the classroom of running has translated to lessons for life and business? How you can join Dean for…
Leap: Leaving a Job with No Plan B with Tess Vigeland #16
Sep 4, 2013 • 33 min
Podcast highlights: What does it mean to be remarkable in an ordinary world? How Tess’s life was forever changed when she delivered a thirty-five minute speech. How this journey has forced her to decouple the intertwined elements of her…
Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur Pam Slim #15
Jul 24, 2013 • 46 min
Podcast highlights: • You have to read her • You have to do work that lights you up • If you meet her at an event why you should start talking about yourself quickly? • What is a…
Become Brilliant, Prolific and Healthy-Todd Henry #14
Jun 17, 2013 • 28 min
If you produce ideas for a living, Todd Henry can help you become more brilliant, prolific and healthy.
The Life of Walt Disney: Our Failures Can Make Us Great #13
May 4, 2013 • 23 min
In today’s podcast you will hear my interview with , CEO of the . The museum is absolutely amazing. It is located in the Presidio in San Francisco. You will hear me describe a magical day that my family and I had riding tandem bikes…
Don’t Quit Your Job. Fire Your Boss #12
Mar 24, 2013 • 19 min
Release of eBook
Nilofer Merchant: Why Sitting is the Smoking of Our Generation #11
Feb 26, 2013 • 18 min
Nilofer Merchant from TED 2013
How Lifestyle Fitness Can Change Your Entire Life #10
Feb 3, 2013 • 36 min
This is not your traditional “How to” podcast. We discuss topics ranging from what iPhone application to use for tracking calories to how fitness can be used as medication covering up deeper questions in your life. If you are…
Essential Keys to Success for every Entrepreneur from IdeaMensch #9
Jan 24, 2013 • 36 min
How Mario started IdeaMensch after moving from Germany to the US at age 16. Why he packed up with three friends and meet-ups so entrepreneurs could share their ideas together. Why failing and giving up are not the same thing. Some…
Living the Truest Version of You #8
Jan 17, 2013 • 39 min
In today’s show and I have a discussion about living the truest version of your instead of trying to figure out what people want. There are pitfalls to this: ? What will people think if you are authentic instead of entirely…
How to Live a Happier Existence with Less? Interview with Mike Field. #7
Jan 2, 2013 • 23 min
Where Art and Life intersect
One Year Later Roundtable Discussion with Seth Godin MB Graduates #6
Dec 13, 2012 • 47 min
In today’s episode you will hear from , and . Each were members of last year’s Medicine Ball three-day intensive with Seth Godin. You will enjoy hearing about how their thinking was re-shaped and how that has woven into their…
Changing the Rules of the Game: Earwolf Media CEO Comedy Podcast Network #5
Dec 4, 2012 • 59 min
Earwolf Media Comedy Podcast Network
Interview with World Changer Lisa-Marie Carabelli: Seth Godin Medicine Ball graduate #4
Oct 31, 2012 • 35 min
How Seth Godin’s Medicine Ball session influenced me as a business person
How to Stop Waiting for Permission to do Great Work: Erica Dhawan #3
Oct 24, 2012 • 27 min
How Seth Godin’s Medicine Ball session influenced me as a business person
Kickstarter success Bluff Works raises $128K #2
Sep 25, 2012 • 48 min
Start here if you are dreaming of starting a Kickstarter campaign.
Interview with Jeff Goins: Author, Blogger, Tribe leader #1
Sep 22, 2012 • 42 min
Going pro as a writer one day at a time.