On Dealing With Anger

The Nearer You Come to a Calm Mind, The Closer You Are to Strength [Podcast]

There is a lot of anger in our world right now. It seems to be the default emotion for a lot of people. Just the other day I was bemused…

Beware of False Scarcity

Just Because You Want To, It Doesn’t Mean You Have to [Podcast]

We spend a lot of our lives reacting to impulses, offers, and opportunities. Our urges tell us to grab things before they disappear (scarcity). At this time of year we…

From Inferiority Feelings to a Full Blown Complex

What Happens When Feelings of Inferiority Turn into a Full Blown Complex? [Podcast]

You experienced feelings of inferiority, from the moment you were born. They helped you grow and develop as a human. This is why a child strives to copy others. It…

How to Disagree Without Name-Calling and Childish Labels [Podcast]

It seems rare nowadays to disagree with someone without it descending into sweeping labels and name calling. Do you ever miss having grown up conversations about complex issues?

Are You Protecting The Most Important Stuff in Your Life? [Podcast]

It’s a natural human instinct to protect stuff. It’s an intrinsic part of our historical survival strategy; to protect the source of basic needs like shelter, food, and family etc….

Find the Courage to Be Disliked

Do You Have Enough Courage to Be Disliked? [Podcast]

I recently finished reading, The Courage to Be Disliked: How to Free Yourself, Change Your Life, and Achieve Real Happiness by Kishimi and Koga. It’s a great introduction to Adlerian psychology;…

Interview with Massimo Pigliucci

#253: Your Philosophy for Everyday Life – In Conversation with Massimo Pigliucci [Podcast]

In this week’s podcast I talk to Massimo Pigliucci, who is the author of How to Be a Stoic: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Living. He unpacks the main principles of…

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