This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Colin Wright. We discuss Tetris Theory, mental frameworks, his new book – Act Accordingly – and why my sports team is better than yours.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Adam Shepard. We discuss reinventing yourself, reframing misfortune, why budgeting is sexy, life-changing $10 purchases, living in a homeless shelter, and much more.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Robin Good, curation master. We discuss curating (of course), how to be an informational nurse, getting a big slice of “P.I.E.,” the limits of Google search results, and forming alliances with similarly passionate people.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Joshua Becker and his perspective on practical minimalism. We discuss the limits of minimalism, how to live intentionally, the pros and cons of competition, and being the best you that you can be.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Natalie Sisson and her perspective on building freedom in business and adventure in life. We discuss the seeds of awesomeness, generating residual income streams, minimalist experiences of non-minimalists, and “Tall Poppy Syndrome.”
This Smart and Simple Matters show features Tammy Strobel and her views on finding happiness, generating empowerment, the links between simplicity and groovy things, kindness, a peer mindset, and more.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features the Continuous Creation Challenge and a full toolbox to rocking your experience with it. From what it is, the origin story, how it works, some insanely awesome highlights, and a planning guide… this is the whole shebang!
This Smart and Simple Matters show features Mike Vardy and his perspectives on productivity. We discuss the seeds of awesomeness, why “why?” is the best question to ask (and when), “status battles,” and a whole new meaning of being productive.
This Smart and Simple Matters show features James Clear and his perspective on health. We discuss the seeds of awesomeness, adopting an abundance mindset, starting your own movement, and why relationships are the ultimate personal capital.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features relationships and different mindsets we can apply for rich, life-long friends and allies. Join me as I cover the simple path to self-awareness through relationships, why peer development is better than self-development, and why we should start conversations with “I love you.”
This Smart and Simple Matters show features Dan and Vanessa Hayes. We discuss our relationship with “stuff,” how to simplify and organize all aspects of life, the differences between physical and digital clutter, and what universal topics everyone should be educated on.
This edition of Smart and Simple Matters features Steve Rosenbaum discussing the promise of curating, the evolution of storytelling, filtering the Internet, and the balance of power between content creators, distribution platforms, and curators.
This edition of Smart and Simple Matters features Todd Tresidder of FinancialMentor.com. We talk about his “next step” in personal finance, how to build mindfulness, healthy relationships with your money, and insightful quotes.
This edition of Smart and Simple Matters features Scott Dinsmore, his brand of remarkable relationships, defining your “why,” and how to do the impossible.
This episode Smart and Simple Matters features Jen Koontz. Join us to learn how to avoid financial and organizational time bombs, what it’s like having your house condemned by the Fire Marshall with no notice, how to break down needs vs. wants, and much more.
This episode Smart and Simple Matters features Bernard Vukas (a.k.a. Mr. Spreadsheet). Join us to learn how to avoid freelancing traps, the art of clever productivity, and if the myth of The Croatian Bear is actually true.
This edition of the Smart and Simple Matters show features investing and why it’s so essential to fight against taxes and inflation. Join me as I cover the initial considerations, five-step process for picking an investment company, and the surprising answers to “what do I invest in?”.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle. Join us to learn about building your personal brand, why you should live like a sphere instead of a box, and how the “team” you’re on can cloud your view of the world.
This edition of the Smart and Simple Matters show features the topics of education and teaching with an insightful teacher, Pam Peterson. Join us to learn about the “power of the yes,” the dirty little secret about why students like competition, which learning muscles you need to work the most, and how to avoid wasting kids’ time in the classroom.
This edition of the Smart and Simple Matters show features an uncommonly wise simplicity expert, Courtney Carver. We cover what habit stacking is and why it’s amazing, the biggest simplicity benefits, how to pay yourself first (and have plenty left over for everyone else), and more.