300 episodes

Inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and meaning-drenched life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday guests, every story matters.

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    • 4.5, 171 Ratings

Inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and meaning-drenched life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday guests, every story matters.

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4.5 out of 5
171 Ratings

171 Ratings

LinnDaV ,

Thank you!

Thank you Elena for sharing it all!!!

Dodi Gul ,

Thank you Jono!

You have been a mentor to me for the last 3 plus years by guiding me through your podcasts through some of the most challenging times of my life, and I want to thank you for that.
Through your podcasts, I have found knowledge and wisdom that has guided me through my own challenges. Thanks for believing in that which moves you and for staying with it, because through your contribution, you have made a profound impact on my life, and for which I’m forever grateful.
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A.S.I. User ,

Great podcast, perhaps needs more fact checking of guests

I love and appreciate the hard work that goes into the podcast. It has a high production value and has occasionally brought me to tears with diverse and interesting topics.

One criticism is that guests of the show are often pundits, rather than experts. I think this is important in the era of fake news , where any media outlet has more responsibility for fact checking , pods included.

For example , a recent show about LSD had an author describe LSD as a non toxic drug. Having recently started to work as a doctor in emergency setting , I rolled my eyes at that one ( various manifestations of LSD toxicity can be seen at doses above 10 mcg/kg and even lower, and anyway there is no such thing as a non-toxic medicine!). I’ve had similar thoughts about episodes discussing diet as a cure for autoimmune disease, or cold showers as a cure for depression.

Not to go down a scientific elitist route, but my point is that if we are going to create conversations about how to live a better life then maybe we would do better to hear from the happiness researchers than from the journalists who wrote the books about the research. This podcast is great , but by making complex ideas accessible it sometimes ends up misinforming people.

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