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Applied self-exploration. The Art of Accomplishment reflects a unique way of relating in business, personal and internal life that leads to more connection and satisfying relationships, awakening your ability to create the life you want with ease and joy. Joe Hudson, a coach sought after by the world’s top companies and performers, partners with wingsuit-flying adventurer and entrepreneur Brett Kistler to examine practical tools for self-exploration that you can readily apply to meaningfully transform your life. Hear Joe and Brett conduct powerful coaching sessions and unpack epiphanies with business leaders, world-class performers, and a community dedicated to self-discovery.

The Art of Accomplishment Joe Hudson and Brett Kistler

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Applied self-exploration. The Art of Accomplishment reflects a unique way of relating in business, personal and internal life that leads to more connection and satisfying relationships, awakening your ability to create the life you want with ease and joy. Joe Hudson, a coach sought after by the world’s top companies and performers, partners with wingsuit-flying adventurer and entrepreneur Brett Kistler to examine practical tools for self-exploration that you can readily apply to meaningfully transform your life. Hear Joe and Brett conduct powerful coaching sessions and unpack epiphanies with business leaders, world-class performers, and a community dedicated to self-discovery.

    Joe and Esme — The Teenage Years

    Joe and Esme — The Teenage Years

    Joe sits down with his eldest daughter, Esme, to discuss what it was like to raise a teenager—and what it was like to be raised by Joe as a teenager. They talk about the difference between being a parent and truly knowing your child, teenage rebellion, the things you can see in teen behavior that sheds clues on what's happening at home, and share stories and memories along the way. Tune in for a touching and illuminating conversation!

    • 41 Min.
    Q&A #3—Ambition, Narcissistic Parents, Addiction to Stress, Parenting Emotional Experiences, Emotional Fluidity

    Q&A #3—Ambition, Narcissistic Parents, Addiction to Stress, Parenting Emotional Experiences, Emotional Fluidity

    You’ve got questions, we’ve got reflections on your questions! Join Brett and Joe as they address topics that have been asked of the podcast since the last Q&A. In this episode, they respond to questions about ambition, relating to narcissistic parents, addiction to stress and dysfunction, supporting children through their emotional experiences, and emotional fluidity.

    • 48 Min.
    Happiness, the New Way – Joe Hudson with Stephanie Harrison

    Happiness, the New Way – Joe Hudson with Stephanie Harrison

    When Stephanie Harrison’s perfect-on-paper life resulted in physical and emotional breakdown, she got curious and went in search of answers to what was causing it and what needed to change. It led her straight to the heart of happiness and flipped the achievement script on its head—much like happened with Joe. In this episode, Joe sits down with Stephanie to talk about her new book, *The New Happy*, the life experiences that brought them to the work of self-inquiry, and what it means to be happy.

    Stephanie Harrison is an expert in the science of happiness and the creator of the New Happy philosophy. She has a master’s degree in positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was later an instructor, and was previously the Director of Learning at Thrive Global, leading the development of science-based programs that improve well-being.

    • 49 Min.
    Gratitude

    Gratitude

    What is the power of gratitude? How does it impact productivity and growth? In this episode, Joe and Brett talk all about gratitude—how it is often overlooked as a path to solve problems, speeds up transformation, and changes self-perception. They explore gratitude as a practice, the challenges of gratitude, using gratitude as a strategy, and allowing versus forcing it.

    • 53 Min.
    What Changed After Master Class?

    What Changed After Master Class?

    What brings someone to Master Class? What’s the impact that the course has? Joe sits down with 3 people—one from each year that course has run—to learn about their experiences and what Master Class meant to each of them before, during, and after their journeys. Tune in for a surprising conversation on what happened when they dove head-first into AOA’s Master Class.

    • 55 Min.
    Question the Assumption

    Question the Assumption

    What’s hidden in plain sight? Our assumptions belie our worldview. In this episode, Brett and Joe explore what it means to question the assumptions you have, what happens when you do it, and how it can change, well, everything.

    • 36 Min.

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