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Bobby is back and this time we explore the how, why and what of 'purpose'. We also talk about the idea of having a version of a mission statement for our lives. We discuss living a values-driven existence in a money-driven world. We also explore the concepts of 'anti-selling' altruism and integrity (actual, not manufactured) in the context of businesses driven by profit and shareholder happiness. All that and lots more. Enjoy.
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Hi Team. Over the last two weeks, lots of people have spoken to me about Johhny and more than a few have asked about re-sharing his TYP episode as a kind-of tribute. To be honest, I wasn't really sold on the idea because I didn't want to seem disrespectful or inappropriate in any way. So as always, I did some self-examination and considered my intention. And that was to once again share with you a beautiful, funny, courageous and brilliant young man who made ten lifetimes of impact, in his one brief stint here on Planet Earth. So enjoy our all-time most cheeky guest. Love and hugs to you all. Craig. xx
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This was a fun, relevant and timely conversation about something we all want. But WTF is happiness? Is it the same thing for different people? Is it a smart goal? Or is it the byproduct of a smart goal? Or maybe, something else? What is the relationship between work and happiness? Socialisation happiness? Physical health and happiness? What's the difference between contentment and happiness? Joy and happiness? Do we need to feel sadness to appreciate happiness? Do our genetics impact our capacity for happiness? Can we measure it? All these questions and more are explored in this conversation with Dr Tim Sharp. *Tim is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Positive Psychology, a sought-after Speaker and Facilitator, Consultant and Coach, Writer and Podcaster, Spokesperson and Brand Ambassador. He also has three degrees in psychology (including a Ph.D.) and an impressive record as an academic, clinician and coach. Enjoy.
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Sometimes I'm a low-performer. The opposite of a high-performer. Not winning. Not doing great. Not in the zone. Not even a good attitude. Not all the time, sometimes. And that's okay. It makes me human. I recently sat down with Tiff (on Roll with the Punches) and we chatted about the unrealistic and unhealthy expectation (and pressure?) that exists in some groups and self-help echo chambers to be the perpetual high-performing, positive-talking, world-beating, personal-development Unicorn who never has a bad day, always wins, never gets sad or anxious and somehow lives in perpetual state of euphoria and success. Fuck that.
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TYP's favourite Pracademic, Geoff Jowett, is back making us think and laugh with his unique style of coaching, story-telling and educating, and as always, he doesn't disappoint. We lost track of time, so l've made this chat a two-parter. Enjoy.
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TYP's favourite Pracademic, Geoff Jowett, is back making us think and laugh with his unique style of coaching, story-telling and educating, and as always, he doesn't disappoint. We lost track of time, so l've made this chat a two-parter. Enjoy.
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Penny Locaso, the Happiness Hacker, is back and this time we discuss her latest research, interviewing 150 amazing women, the nature of trauma (it shows up in different ways), decision fatigue, hedonic adaptation, destination disappointment (when the achievement doesn't translate to the emotional state we thought it would), the point where support turns into mollycoddling, participation trophies, the pursuit of equanimity and lots more.
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It's official.. I’m in love. Sure, she's a 102. Sure, she lives on the other side of the world and sure, she has zero interest in me but nonetheless, I love her. And so will you. Dr Gladys McGarey was born in 1920 and began her medical practice at a time when women couldn't even have their own bank account. This is one of my all-time favourite episodes and it was a complete privilege to meet and chat with Dr. Gladys.
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So often, there's something about our existence (body, bank balance, career, situation, relationship status) that we want to change (do, be, create, achieve) and then when we get 'there', boom.. we're happy. And fulfilled. Content. Calm. Good in theory, but... nah. In fact, hard nah. We often get there (reach our target destination), only to 'realise' (believe) that we need to lose just 3 more kilos. Earn $20K more. Run 5 minutes faster. Have that body part just a little bigger or smaller. Get ten percent more followers. And then... we'll be happy. Forever. Again... nah. This chat with Doctor Hannah was totally spontaneous (as is often the way), as we planned to discuss a completely different topic but nonetheless, I think you'll enjoy it.
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Gary Chapman's book 'The 5 Love Languages' was first published in 1992.
I read it the same year and it was like a curtain had been pulled back in my brain to reveal some beautiful wisdom and insight that would help me understand, connect with, serve, and love others. Specifically, to understand the way we humans give, receive and experience love (in all its many forms). I'm definitely no expert in this area but (for better or worse) I decided to share some of my thoughts, ideas and personal experiences around this fascinating concept (love languages). By the way, I have never met Mr Chapman (Chappers) and have no relationship with him but I feel compelled to acknowledge his work in this space. Enjoy.
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Our intended tech-talk with Patrick didn't eventuate, as our pre-show catch up turned into a 45-minute chat about his surprise recent illness, a hospital stay and some lightbulb moments and realisations to come from that experience. I know it sounds obvious and cheesy to suggest that kindness is powerful, healing and potentially transformational, but sometimes life has a way of reminding us, grounding us, and providing us with an attitude of gratitude that's easy to lose in the mayhem. Enjoy.
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Every now and then (about four times in a thousand episodes), we-revisit a slightly-updated version of an old episode, which proved to be super-popular first time around. This is such an episode. Many of you newbies have never listened to it, some hard-core TYPers have relistened a bunch of times and many have listened once and (understandably) forgotten most of what was spoken about. Anyway, growing up, Dr. Charlie Teo wanted to be either a rubbish collector (because they’re fit), a bouncer (because he was a martial artist) or a mechanic (because he was into motorbikes - and still is). He actually started an apprenticeship as a mechanic before he studied medicine. This was a fascinating and meandering chat exploring Charlie’s strategy for avoiding jet lag, neuroplasticity, improving with age, people wanting him to fail, dealing with criticism and hate, mapping the brain, a brain-machine interface, contact sports, poo transplants (yep), why he became a vegan, his exercise regime, our mutual love of motorbikes, patient-centred care, hanging out with the Dalai Lama 1 on 1 (for 4 hours), the power of kindness and lots more. BIO: For over 30 years Dr. Charlie Teo AM has been instrumental in the development, dissemination and acceptance of the concept of keyhole minimally invasive techniques in neurosurgery. Dr. Teo runs a fellowship program that attracts applicants yearly and has trained many of the world's leading figures in neurosurgery. He has trained at distinguished centres such as the Barrow Neurological Institute, Johns Hopkins University, Duke University, Stanford University, Vanderbilt University and Harvard University.
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