This episode features Stephen Warley on how to make big changes without a major crisis forcing them on you, why we learn best when things are hard, and how to deprogram yourself to take on the “risk” of self-employment.
This episode features Courtney Carver on how she got 2,000 people to almost instantly ask her to come to their city, how she fell in love with forty strangers in one day, and why starting with the mechanics of simplicity is so helpful.
Discover just how freakin’ rich I am, what pisses me off, why I’m so scared of you listening to this episode, how I’ve wronged my dogs, why SimpleREV makes me feel like an entitled parent (or spoiled brat), and who I was, am, and want to be – truly and completely.
How to Go Carbon Neutral, Grow from Rejection, and Have the Pope Ask for Your Prayers with Jared Brock – SASM 076
This episode features Jared Brock on how living at an eco-resort or intentional community can change everything, what happens when a little kid loses a $20 bet (with money he doesn’t have), why you need to do a full life audit to become carbon neutral, and why Pope Francis asked Jared to pray for him.
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!”
Want to make Thanksgiving today … or whenever the heck you want? It’s simple. Just follow these four steps and set up some new triggers.
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?
Discover how to not wreck your first Continuous Creation Challenge in this great guest post by the wonderful Emily Wenstrom. From overdosing on to-do lists to trying to marathon it to focusing too much on productivity, these tips will help you do awesome from the get-go.
Is that desire to consume less and create more burning strong? Maybe you need to get it lit? Join the Continuous Creation Challenge to plan, rock, and support others in letting their inner “something” run free.
August is hereby dubbed Experience Curating month on Value of Simple. Find some secret agent tasks, future goodies, and the scoop on Experience Curating now.
Leading conversations with “I love you” creates big smiles, endless gratitude, and a better world. So why don’t we do this? Discover how to fix this and all the powerful reasons to “Lead With I Love You.”
The Continuous Creation Challenge steamrolls on with a new resource kit and a graphic design throw-down. Are you man, woman, or child enough for this?
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!
An insider’s look into the highs, lows, and unexpected experiences of people doing the 120 Hour Continuous Creation Challenge. Find out what’s possible when you channel your dormant energy away from passively consuming and into actively creating.
Are you up for the Continuous Creation Challenge, something that may permanently change the way you look at creating and consuming? Or do you want to help spread the word and follow the exploits of the brave/crazy people who are doing it? Join us as we climb to 100,000 people taking the challenge and creating positive change!
Are you 1 of 100,000 people game for a major challenge? Find out what’s possible when you channel your dormant energy away from passively consuming and into actively creating for up to 120 hours.
An insider’s look into the predictable, unexpected and stats of the 72 hour continuous creation challenge. This is the recap of what kind and how much can be created when consumption is just about eliminated. And don’t miss the special announcement of the future of this website at the end.
Find out what 72 hours of continuous creation can produce. All this while completely eliminating consumption of food, reading, music, videos, social media and much more. It’s a challenge to me, to you, and to the status quo in general.
Introducing: The Annoyance Challenge. Please don’t use excessive paper towels and your sprinkler system the day after it rained all night!
All rankings are not created equal. So maybe you shouldn’t always trust the bias of them without exploring what the variables and biases actually are.