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What kind of hijinks did you get up to as a kid? Did you climb trees? Did you run around outside barefoot? Did you eat raw cookie dough?
Maybe you wanted to do these and other crazy things, but you weren't allowed…
Let me ask you this: what if your children wanted to? Would you let them?
If you hesitate there, well, you're in the right place. The We Turned Out Okay podcast is where we learn the hows and whys of hovering less and enjoying our young children more. You get to learn from host Karen Lock Kolp's mistakes, but especially from the successes of her guests. Each helpful, lively conversation illustrates why this show really is "The Modern Parent's Guide to Old-School Parenting."

The We Turned Out Okay Podcast Worry less and enjoy more in your parenting! Karen Lock Kolp shares practic

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What kind of hijinks did you get up to as a kid? Did you climb trees? Did you run around outside barefoot? Did you eat raw cookie dough?
Maybe you wanted to do these and other crazy things, but you weren't allowed…
Let me ask you this: what if your children wanted to? Would you let them?
If you hesitate there, well, you're in the right place. The We Turned Out Okay podcast is where we learn the hows and whys of hovering less and enjoying our young children more. You get to learn from host Karen Lock Kolp's mistakes, but especially from the successes of her guests. Each helpful, lively conversation illustrates why this show really is "The Modern Parent's Guide to Old-School Parenting."

    378: "Selfish Generosity" with Garrison Cohen

    378: "Selfish Generosity" with Garrison Cohen

    This was a fun one, with a colleague who was so helpful for me at a pivotal point in my coaching career.
    Garrison Cohen of thesatorieffect.net dives deep into many subjects today, including the idea of a "perfect system," spam insanity, and his concept of "selfish generosity" which certainly resonated deeply for me. I bet it will for you as well.
    Join us!

    Key Links:
    Click here for Garrison's exciting project, The Satori Effect, which may be for you if you're doing great work, and need somebody to help you tell the world about it (in a lovely way : )
     
    I am excited to share my art with you! Here’s the link…
    https://www.redbubble.com/people/kaytothetenth
    If something resonates and you make a purchase, all profits are split 50/50 between the production of this podcast, and a rotating range of charities (some of which are brought to my attention by the folks who purchase my art : )
    I’m over-the-moon grateful to those who support us in this way. You rock!




     

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    … As you’ll hear in the post-show, it’s more than essays. It’s a piece of my artwork each week as well as the essay; it’s a We Turned Out Okay Playbook, formerly available only as a paid subscription; and it’s a monthly live meet-up over zoom! 
    It’s such fun and could only be better with you as a part of it  
    Also in the post-interview segment, the following links come up:
    My conversation with educator Nicole Olsen at https://weturnedoutokay.com/185
    My conversation with coach  Andrew Moss at https://open.spotify.com/episode/2p0ooDopyPhzuLzaPvE3S8?si=a64027c2796f4567
    Steven Pressfield’s amazing book The War of Art ... https://stevenpressfield.com/books/the-war-of-art/
     
     
    Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts…
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    Karen
    Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : )

    Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach

    Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)
     
     
    The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein

    • 1 Std. 6 Min.
    377: Beyond "being overworked and not knowing how to stop"

    377: Beyond "being overworked and not knowing how to stop"

    I've been super excited to bring you this conversation! 
    Today we hear from a one-to-one coaching client of mine, Angela. You'll hear her talk about some of the biggest struggles she had before we began working together – "Being overworked and not knowing how to stop;" and being "So fragmented mentally."
    If you're feeling something similar, this conversation may be just what you need.
    Because Angela's not feeling that way anymore. 
    Instead, she shares about feeling "faster at giving into my happy." 
    That's where all the good, interesting, playful and fun stuff starts.
    Join us!

    Key Links:
    Click here for the wonderful TED talk by Sean Achor, in which he convinces his sister that she is a baby unicorn. So good!

    Click https://bit.ly/K2essays to sign up for my free weekly essays delivered right into your inbox with gratitude, and zero spam

    Because my website is busted – click here to find out more about that, https://bit.ly/KisMovingAlsoFreePlaybook – I'm not posting show notes there…

    Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts…
    Apple Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOApple
    Spotify… http://bit.ly/WTOOSpotify
    Stitcher Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOStitcher

    Karen
    Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : )

    Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach

    Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)
     
     
    The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    376: How you are living your life, with author and teacher Shane Trotter

    376: How you are living your life, with author and teacher Shane Trotter

    We recorded back in late summer, and here is a testament to the power of this conversation: just this morning I was speaking to my teen, and remembering today's guest, Shane Trotter, telling about research on drug addiction. This research was called the "rat playground," in which the positive societies that the rats lived in during the research made it easy for them to turn away from the powerful drugs – like cocaine – that were available 24/7 in the playground.
    If you need some hope that things will be okay, THIS is your conversation.
    As a young adult, Shane developed a kind of obsessive-compulsive disorder called Pino OCD.  And like me with my tendon challenges over the last decade, Shane has found this to be as much a gift as anything else. He wouldn't be who he is today without Pino OCD.
    Shane has written a great book, Setting the Bar, which is out just this week and which I know you're going to love. We discuss Setting the Bar, so you'll get a flavor for it. 
    There's so much else in here to love. I am excited to share a conversation that I personally found enlightening, inspiring, and so much fun!
    Join us!

    Key Links…
    – Find Shane at trottershane.com
    – My conversation with coach Andrew Moss from episode 374 comes up today… Listen here 
    – My first book, Positive Discipline Ninja Tactics, comes up in our conversation… Get the book here: http://amzn.to/1WE8DOA
    – The hilarious and wonderful improv show, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, comes up in our conversation
    – We talk about my friend and frequent WTOO guest Janine Halloran today, find Janine at janinehalloran.com
    – Click here for Steve Jobs' Stanford commencement address, which Shane brings up today

    Because my website is busted – click here to find out more about that, https://bit.ly/KisMovingAlsoFreePlaybook – I'm not posting show notes there…

    Click https://bit.ly/K2essays to sign up for my free weekly essays delivered right into your inbox with gratitude, and zero spam

    Exciting news! I am giving away my formerly-subscription-only We Turned Out Okay Playbook digital copy, each and every month starting now throughout 2022, to everyone who is signed up for my essays!

    That's a $50 value – as my friend Andres says, "that's no Netflix subscription, that's an investment" – and you can get it free each and every month.
    Click here (https://bit.ly/KisMovingAlsoFreePlaybook) to learn more, and click here (https://bit.ly/K2essays) to sign up.…
    The two links are clunky I know, but necessary with the busted website.

    Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts…
    Apple Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOApple
    Spotify… http://bit.ly/WTOOSpotify
    Stitcher Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOStitcher
    Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : )

    Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach

    Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)
     
     
    The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein

    • 1 Std. 6 Min.
    375: “I need to have fun. Otherwise, what’s the frigging point?” with Zovig Garboushian

    375: “I need to have fun. Otherwise, what’s the frigging point?” with Zovig Garboushian

    Greetings! I am excited to bring you a fun and provocative conversation on play today with friend and colleague Zovig Garboushian.
    Our conversation ranges over art installations in two of our favorite cities; what fun really is; and how play helps us get a larger picture of our lives and ourselves…
    Zovig has helped me through some pretty challenging places in my own life. Connect with her by going to http://boldnessablazecoaching.com (which I know you’ll want to do once you listen : )
    More links just below. Join us!

    Key Links…

    Find Zovig at http://boldnessablazecoaching.com

    Click the following link to read about The Gates, an amazing art installation in New York City…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gates#:~:text=The%20Gates%20were%20a%20group,Park%20in%20New%20York%20City.

    Click the following link to read about The Net, an amazing art installation in Boston…https://www.wbur.org/news/2015/05/05/janet-echelman-rose-kennedy-greenway

    Click the following link for episode 264, my conversation with Blake Boles…https://weturnedoutokay.com/264

    Because my website is busted – click here to find out more about that, https://bit.ly/KisMovingAlsoFreePlaybook – I'm not posting show notes there…

    Click https://bit.ly/K2essays to sign up for my free weekly essays delivered right into your inbox with gratitude, and zero spam

    Exciting news! I am giving away my formerly-subscription-only We Turned Out Okay Playbook digital copy, each and every month starting now throughout 2022, to everyone who is signed up for my essays!

    That's a $50 value – as my friend Andres says, "that's no Netflix subscription, that's an investment" – and you can get it free each and every month.
    Click here (https://bit.ly/KisMovingAlsoFreePlaybook) to learn more, and click here (https://bit.ly/K2essays) to sign up.…
    The two links are clunky I know, but necessary with the busted website.

    Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts…
    Apple Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOApple
    Spotify… http://bit.ly/WTOOSpotify
    Stitcher Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOStitcher

    With Love,
    K
    Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : )

    Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach

    Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)
     
     
    The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein

    • 59 Min.
    374: "How do you want your kids to remember you?"

    374: "How do you want your kids to remember you?"

    If you're in a place that feels not of your choosing, where the daily grind is pulling you down and it feels like there are no good choices, I'm glad you are here because this conversation will help.
    Today I bring you a conversation with amazing coach Andrew Moss, who – as you'll hear – went on a journey of discovery a number of years ago that started with an old friend asking him the question "How do you want your kids to remember you?"
    It was a difficult time in Andrew's life, and this question set him on a trajectory full of joy, gratitude, and kindness. Once Andrew understood the implications of that question, he set out to remake his life with purpose.
    I hope today's conversation inspires you and gives you some practical ways to get where you want to go… Join us!

    Key Links:
    See what Andrew is up to at his website, coachandrewmoss.com … It's got a very fun innovation, The Everything Button : )

    Click here for Simon Sinek's podcast episode with guest Matthew Barzun, who's written a wonderful book called The Power of Giving Away Power

    Because my website is busted – click here to find out more about that – I'm not posting show notes there…

    Click here for this episode in YouTube

    Click here to sign up for my free weekly essays delivered right into your inbox with gratitude, and zero spam

    BTW I am giving away my formerly-subscription-only We Turned Out Okay Playbook digital copy, each and every month starting now throughout 2022, to everyone who is signed up for my essays!
    That's a $50 value – as my friend Andres says, "that's no Netflix subscription, that's an investment" – and you can get it free each and every month. Click here to learn more, and click here to sign up.… (The two links are clunky I know, but necessary with the busted website.)

    Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts…
    Apple Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOApple
    Spotify… http://bit.ly/WTOOSpotify
    Stitcher Podcasts… http://bit.ly/WTOOStitcher

    Cheers!,
    K

    Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : )

    Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach

    Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)
     
     
    The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein

    • 45 Min.
    373: Quotes and poetry from last week's guests!

    373: Quotes and poetry from last week's guests!

    Greetings! For the second in our Roundtable series with Marilyn Dollar, ClaireYvonne Nesbitt, and Tom Lancaster, we're bringing you favorite quotes, and a beautiful poem written by ClaireYvonne!
    Hope you enjoy this episode – and feel as inspired – as I do!

    Cheers –
    Karen (or Kay, as these folks know and refer to me)

    PS Instead of episode notes on the web, click here to read about my busted website and what will happen now that I've made the decision to move!

    Key Links…

    Find ClaireYvonne Nesbitt at https://www.linkedin.com/in/theexecutivecoach/
    Find Tom Lancaster at http://altitudeevolution.com
    Find Marilyn Dollar at https://thewomanscoach.com/about/

    • 28 Min.

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