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Letting Go of Job Shame with Nick Cox

Nick Cox has done some deep work around calling and vocation in his life. I loved this interview because we were able to go places that many guests just aren’t ready to go. Which is to say, you can tell Nick has done his work. He’s also a good friend and long time listener of the Meaning Movement and member of the Calling Course, so…

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Identity, Change, and Religious Trauma with Allen O’Brien

Allen O’Brien helps people with transitions. Faith transitions. Identity transitions. And recovery from religious trauma. He’s a minister, a student, a listener, and podcaster. We got to talk about how challenging it can be when parts of your identity change and how to navigate those transitions. We also dig religious trauma and high control religious environment and how they impact us. Allen is a fantastic…

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Understanding Your Motivation with Todd Henry

Have you ever needed and even wanted to do something, but struggled to get into action to get it done? When I look at the way my energy for activities shifts— it can seem so illogical. There are things that I can’t wait to get out of bed to do, and there are other things that I can’t get myself out of bed to do….

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Time and the Future of Work with Laura Vanderkam

Time is a strange thing. Though it always continues on, it sometimes feels as though it move quickly and other times slowly. In work, sometimes it’s easy to manage our time and what we can fit into a few hours or a day. Other times it gets away from us — leaving us frustrated and unsatisfied. These are some of the attributes of time that fascinate…

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Becoming a Writer with Sara Easterly

Sara Easterly is a writer, but it’s taken some time for her to own that as her work identity. As with many of us, there are traces of it all the way back to her younger years. But it took some time for that part of herself to identity to emerge. One of the turning points in her process came when she realized, she was…

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