This edition of The Experience Curator features debunking a few million calorie myths, what it means to live intentionally, and who gets to claim authority over our culture and experiences. Oh … and some toddler humor that might make you pee your pants (with laughter).
How to Find the Gold Inside When Life Piles on the Clay with Sean Rogers, “Ambassador of Water” – SASM 073
This episode features Sean Rogers on how to transform gratitude from just a word into a mindset, the “reverse outsider” perspective, how to find gold when life piles on the clay, and why self-love is a life-long journey (and can get easier every day).
From Desperately Lost to Intentionally Found: 5 Years of Striking Personal Renaissance Highs (and a Few Lows) – SASM 072
You’re invited to celebrate Joel’s five-year personal renaissance anniversary with a special podcast episode about some crazy experiments, the most amazing communities, resources in the “Refuge of Simplicity,” and wild speculation about the next five years.
Every quarter I recap the past, present, and future of my personal journey and the voyage of Value of Simple. This “Pulse Check” is intended to be an honest, transparent, and (hopefully) inspiring assessment of where I’ve been and where I’m going. Are you ready for the January – March 2015 Pulse Check?
The Experience Curator: Power of Connection, State of Consumption, and “Everything in Moderation” Edition
The Experience Curator – second edition – features why connecting people to each other scales so well, an impressive (or shocking) real-time infographic about U.S. consumption habits, how to “smoosh” your interests together to create meaningful projects, why “everything in moderation” works for approximately nobody, and a whole lot more.
Gratitude Gains from Pain, How to Remove “Bad” Days Forever, and New Ways to Show Love with Aaron Kennard – SASM 071
This episode features Aaron Kennard on how to find euphoric joy in immense pain, eliminate bad days forever, use discomfort to trigger gratitude, the meaning of “Ho’oponopono,” and why empowering habits start as one small, simple act.
Little-known fact that’s soon to be widely-known fact: April is Continuous Creation Challenge month. Will you accept the challenge to create more and consume less? There are tons of reasons to say “Yes!”
The Experience Curator – first edition – features the crucial difference between common and normal, an inspiring origin story from rural Jamaica, Tony Robbins high-fiving Al Gore, and a hilarious story about something you probably thought went extinct: the butt-dial.
This episode features David and Christina (a.k.a. Tico and Tina) on how to make life happen for you instead of happen to you, the mysterious link between productivity and a minimalist lifestyle, how to love yourself (and others) by embracing your inner tensions, and how “streamlining” supports a simple life.
This episode features Anthony Ongaro on how to change your relationship with clothing (one load of laundry at a time), the quick tricks you can use to tame your smartphone, how one game helped him get rid of his excess stuff, plus the seemingly endless – and surprising – benefits of minimalism.
The SimpleREV 2015 event, a new Brain Trust, and how to create your own free SimpleREV local gatherings. Are those the only recent SimpleREV highlights? Nope … and the best is yet to come when you join our community of simple living enthusiasts.
Do you know the misunderstood – but essential – difference between routine and rituals? What do morning rituals have to do with sharing my complete, unedited, and previously private daily promises? You’re about to get some answers … and learn even more (like why maintenance is for gardens and machines, not humans.)
Experience Curating celebrates it’s anniversary with a major new edition, time-sensitive $0.99 Amazon price (an 81% discount), and helping you gain focus, increase influence, and simplify your life. Download your copy right now.
This episode features Sophia Bera on how to remove the distractions costing you time and money, what to do about student debt, and how to use your money to match your values (and achieve your dreams).
What are the surprising social norms of the most intentional, grateful, and inspiring people? Why is simplicity ready for you – right here and right now? Get answers to these questions and other practical, counter-intuitive tips like the “simplify by being a jerk” principle and how to reduce the stress of texts, tweets, blips, and bleeps.
We made progress on our 2014 contribution to the Value of Simple partner charity, Second Harvest Heartland. Discover how much it was and what it represents.
This episode features Bill Powers on how to slow down, living tiny (and off-grid), why most world cultures are ecocidal, and where you’ll find urban oases … in any city.
Every quarter I recap the past, present, and future of my personal journey and the voyage of Value of Simple. This “Pulse Check” is intended to be an honest, transparent, and (hopefully) inspiring assessment of where I’ve been and where I’m going. Are you ready for the October – December 2014 Pulse Check?
This episode features d’Arcy Lunn living on $1.50 a day for five weeks, the Happy Simply tiny house, how to hone your “attention to intention,” why global citizens are so content, and why crazy is the new normal.
Matt Ham joins Joel Zaslofsky and his special co-host, Andy Traub, to discuss the true meaning of being rich, replacing shattered dreams with better ones, why you need to plant gratitude early and often, and how 0.2 millimeters of skin might have saved Matt’s life.