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61 minutes | Oct 7, 2014
Radio Enso #141- author, teacher, spiritual guide Alice Bandy on Wisdom of Money
Join me Monday, October 6th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will be author, teacher and spiritual guide Dr. Alice Bandy, the Spiritual Director of The Heart of Teaching, a nonprofit educational organization. Alice joins me to talk about her book The Wisdom of Money: Listening to the Spiritual Message of your Finances, her online self-study course Consciousness of Wealth, and much more! About: Dr. Alice Bandy is the Spiritual Director of The Heart of Teaching, a nonprofit educational organization. She has been leading transformative spiritual classes for adults since 1996. Alice has taught at many universities and is a favorite instructor at the Holmes Institute School of Consciousness studies. In 2012, Holmes Institute granted her an honorary doctorate for her achievements in authoring, teaching and disseminating powerful spiritual courses throughout the United States. She lives in Encinitas, California. Her book, The Wisdom of Money: Listening to the Spiritual Message of your Finances was published in 2013. "The Wisdom of Money is my book which walks the reader through a very intensive process of releasing old experiences, pains and resentments so that the natural flow of prosperity and well being can flow into their life. These exercise are based upon my counseling practice. I use them here for money issues, but they work equally well in relationship and health issues."
62 minutes | Sep 30, 2014
Radio Enso #140 - Kristoffer Carter of This Epic Life returns!
Join me Monday, September 29th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will be Kriyaban yogi, faculty for Good Life Project, and creator of The Pause meditation program Kristoffer Carter (“kc”) of This Epic Life. KC returns to the show for a third time to talk all about the benefits of meditation; TimeBending; blowing things up/clearing space in your work and life to make room for something bigger; our experience at Camp GLP; an update on his Your 2014 Project; and much more. About Kristoffer Carter: In 2014 I've had the honor of both leading meditation retreats in the jungles of Costa Rica, and conducting sales trainings across the country for our digital-media firm Centro. In between trips I #CRANK meticulously designed multi-media learning content, either for our company, Jonathan Fields and Good Life Project, or for my site ThisEpicLife.com in my creative production studio. Over the last 12 months, I've produced & launched a comprehensive Sales-Onboarding program for Centro, a leading local digital buying service in the online advertising industry, as well as created and launched a company-wide meditation program called "The Pause." I was the 44th employee, and we have grown to over 520 in the last 7 years. I am also a Kriyaban yogi (Self-Realization Fellowship) Motivator, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, & marathon runner. Father of 3. Author of "The Framework Manifesto" and facilitator for Good Life Project, created by Jonathan Fields. For more about Kristoffer and his work, visit http://www.thisepiclife.com.
65 minutes | Sep 23, 2014
Radio Enso #139-Writer/philosopher/adventurer Andre Solo-Fellowship of the Wheel
RESCHEDULED because of technical difficulties: Join me on Monday, September 22nd at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome writer, philosopher, and professional adventurer André Solo, the Rogue Priest, who returns to the show for what promises to be another great conversation! We’ll discuss his upcoming Fellowship of the Wheel bicycle trip across Mexico and much more! About André: “I want to do extraordinary things, and help others do them. I want to feel what the epic heroes felt even when they were scared.” I’m André, your rogue priest. I’m a writer, a philosopher, and a professional adventurer. For me, adventure is a life practice, a tool for challenging yourself beyond your limit. To adventure is not just to discover who you are, but to re-create what you find. I’m a polytheist priest. That means I recognize many faces of the divine, and I admit I do not know what the divine is. In fact, I’m on a rather long quest to find out if it exists at all. I do know that there is a powerful, beautiful force that moves many people through their spirituality. But I don’t know what that force is. Instead of putting my faith in it, I prefer to travel, learn and ask questions. And I like to think that we all have the power to improve our own lives, starting with ourselves, no matter what we believe. About Fellowship of the Wheel: I’m bicycling across Mexico starting November 8 and I’d like you to come too. No cycling experience is necessary. I’ve divided the ride into 10 segments, some as short as 3 days and some as long as 7. My hope is that as many people as possible will try biking with me, and get a taste of adventure for themselves.
63 minutes | Sep 9, 2014
Radio Enso #138 with best-selling author and human guinea pig A.J. Jacobs
Join me on Monday, September 8th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig A.J. Jacobs. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, humor and a dash of self-help. AJ’s speech was a highlight at WDS 2014 and this promises to be a great conversation! We’ll discuss his upcoming MegaReunion, his Year of Living Biblically, his various books and experiments, and much more! About: A.J. Jacobs is an author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, humor and a dash of self-help. He is also editor at large at Esquire magazine, a commentator on NPR and a columnist for Mental Floss magazine. He is currently helping to build a family tree of the entire world and holding the biggest family reunion ever in 2015. His first book, The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World chronicles the 18 months Jacobs spent reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica in a quest to learn everything in the world. After trying to improve his mind, he turned to his spirit. The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible (2007) tells of his attempt to follow the hundreds of rules in the Good Book. In 2012, Jacobs completed his mind-spirit-body self-improvement trinity with Drop Dead Healthy: One Man’s Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection. It is the tale of his quest to be as healthy as humanly possible for which he revamped his diet, exercise regimen, sleep schedule, sex life, posture and more.
63 minutes | Aug 26, 2014
Radio Enso #137 with Warren and Betsy Talbot from Married with Luggage
Join me on Monday, August 25th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome Warren and Betsy Talbot from Married with Luggage. Warren and Betsy write about relationship hacks and insights on Modern Love. They challenge the prevailing ‘wisdom’ that relationships grow less exciting over time, or that you have to settle for less in love as you get older. They cohost the popular Married with Luggage podcast, a weekly conversation with experts around the world on love, sex, and communication in today’s modern relationships. When they aren’t traveling the world, you can find them writing their next book in a small, whitewashed village in Spain. About What We Learned About Love by Traveling the World: "A trip around the world…together; Think your relationship would survive it?" We weren’t so sure of our chances either, but after living, working, and traveling together 24/7, we’ve learned a lot about what’s important to a relationship – and (sometimes more importantly) what’s not. We’ve been married since 2004. That’s 10 years in regular human years, and a golden anniversary if you start clocking the hours we’ve spent together since selling everything we owned to live, travel and work together full-time in 2010. The sheer volume of time spent together in ever-changing environments around the world and while trying to make a living has forced us to learn lessons it might take years or decades to learn in a more conventional setting. And we’re happy to share the results of this life-sized experiment we’ve been living.
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