How is it that two opposites can share the same brain?
Pete, from Melbourne, Australia,
Jen, from New York City, USA.
Pete, at 6”7’,
Jen, at 5”1”.
Pete, the human periscope,
Jen, the human stethoscope.
Pete, the millennial,
Jen, the Gen-X.
Pete, at inbox zero,
Jen, at inbox chaos.
Pete, who wears jumpers,
Jen, who wears sweaters.
The Long and The Short Of It is a product of these differences.
It’s a weekly podcast for curious folks ready to explore the art and science of being human from every possible angle: macro, micro, Australian, American, tall, short and everything in between.
114. Self Gratitude
As the end of the year approaches, Pete and Jen noodle on gratitude and how one might approach the relationship between gratitude and ego.
113. Repairing Trust
Peter and Jen build off of last week's topic of trust, to talk about what happens when trust is broken, and how one might begin to rebuild trust after losing it.
Jen and Pete noodle on and thrash about a word that they've thrown around a lot in previous episodes: trust.
In this meta episode, Jen and Pete noodle on their own collaborations, in thinking about the relationship between collaboration and confrontation.
Pete and Jen noodle on their own "superpowers", what might be the opposite to that superpower, and how those two ends of the spectrum may work together.
109. Favo(u)rite Things: Quarantine Edition
This week, Jen and Pete unpack their favorite things since quarantine began.
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Just right! Love my weekly dose of inspiration and something to ‘noodle’ on, as Pete and Jen would say!
One of my fav’s
Favourite thing to listen to on a Wednesday 👌🏽