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Good Morning, Neverland
31 minutes | Jul 26, 2016
007: Why Travel? (It's Complicated)
Episode 07 comes to you from the road! Parts of it were recorded in Yellowstone, Idaho, and Portland. The original idea was to answer the question, "Why Travel?" but I take it in a much different direction. (Hint: it has to do with what you love.) I talk about bears, idiots and bears, and what keeps us from doing what we love. Here's a link to the MLB Hall of Fame speeches that are mentioned. Hope you enjoy it! Stay tuned for more from the road.
23 minutes | Apr 18, 2016
006: Push Play and Keep Your Eyes Open
After far too much time away, Good Morning Neverland is back with Episode 5: Push Play and Keep Your Eyes Open. I talk about what's kept me away from recording for so long (one of the reasons will surprise you), why it's important for us to push play instead of fast forward, and did you know that some companies are handing out complimentary tickles? I'll explain. It's good to be back! Hope you enjoy! Continue the conversation and give your feedback through email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter, @paulfrankheggie.
51 minutes | Jan 4, 2016
005: Single and Grown Up
In episode 5, I sit down with my buddy Jeff Bruckner to talk about some of the challenges of being single in your twenties and thirties. Because it's a whole different game than when we were younger. We cover: What's different about being single now vs. the college (or equivalent) years. How we meet people nowadays. How our priorities affect our dating lives. Awkward/terrible date stories. Hope you enjoy! Continue the conversation and give your feedback through email, email@example.com, or on Twitter, @paulfrankheggie.
70 minutes | Dec 16, 2015
004: Hide and Talk
In episode 004, my good friend Scott Welliver joins the podcast to talk about two of the biggest pitfalls of marriage--hiding and breakdowns in communication. We cover: Are you smarter than a third grader? Scott's son was trying to figure out a word problem for math--we didn't fare too well. Maybe you'll do better. Rapid fire marriage advice--it's the BEST advice you can get for free. What hiding looks like as adults and in marriage--and why it's important. How we can address hiding. It has a lot to do with communication. We hope you enjoy it! Send your thoughts, comments, and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to Paul on Twitter, @paulfrankheggie. You can reach Scott on Twitter, too--@skipwalker.
40 minutes | Dec 13, 2015
003: The Best Defense
In Episode 3, Paul tells the story of trying to visit the Walter White's house from Breaking Bad in Albuquerque, and this idea: We're far from our best when we're defensive or reactionary. Which brings up some questions...like what does have us at our best? Also in this episode: Breaking news about the movie Hook and Netflix. Fun facts about some popular Christmas movies--like, did you know that the original script for Home Alone had Uncle Frank as the mastermind of the robbery? Part of the "insults" scene from Hook: "In your face, camel-cake!" What has Paul at his worst, and what has him at his best. Continue the conversation and give your feedback through email, email@example.com, or on Twitter, @paulfrankheggie. Hope you enjoy! Next episode: Scott Welliver joins the podcast to talk about two of the major pitfalls of marriage.
33 minutes | Nov 17, 2015
002: I Don't Believe in Perfect
In Episode 002, we talk about the idea of perfection. Even though most of us know "perfect" isn't something we can have, it still trips up. We'll cover: Paul's beef with Netflix. How perfect paralyzes us when we have something significant to create, do, or say. How perfect keeps us from good relationships. What to do when you're stuck. (Thanks, Ira Glass.) Send your thoughts, comments, and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to Paul on Twitter, @paulfrankheggie.
33 minutes | Oct 30, 2015
001: The Art of Growing Up
This is the very first episode of Good Morning, Neverland! It's called "The Art of Growing Up." In this episode, I talk about how and why this podcast started, what to expect, and I break down the movie Hook and what it has to do with "the art of growing up." I hope you enjoy it! You can find and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
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