1 hr 26 min

Happiness and meaning with Paul Baker Old Fox Young Fox

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Practical philosopher Paul Baker takes the Old Fox Young Fox team on a journey through his life and what he has discovered of happiness and meaning along the way.
In a story that ranges from Eton to pioneering microlights, and from meditation to lessons from ancient greece, we cover a lot of ground and put a few ideas to rest along the way.
About the show
Old Fox Young Fox is an intergenerational conversation between Jeremy Woolwich and Oliver Happy, one that explores the impacts of a rapidly changing world.
Check out Ollie's new show: https://problembusters.fm (Problem Busters)
Show mentions:
04:30, 05:30 if i look for meaning what would happen
06:30 going from meaninglessness to meaning
pascal's wager
08:30 what if this is your one life...leaving the world better off
10:20 the thing i learned from hang gliding
12:00, 37:30 permaculture is...
13:30, 15:30 the alexander technique
The Alexander technique
incorrect sensory perception
the habit of thought
the U.S. election
18:33 frog into boiling water
the boiling the frog concept
NLP
virginia
castell
milton ericcson
fritz furls
john mcquerther NLP
Hypnotherapy
22:20 definition of hypnotherapy
24:30 magic and science
book - Yiral harare - homo deus
25:30 human beings are complex
28:30 the most important thing any living thing can do
documentary - the social dilemma
30:15 one of the reasons we are more fragmented than ever -------
31:15, 32:50 a bristol engineer, staying curious -----
martial arts
civil engineering
UN report: a common future
33:30, 34:47 UN report and climate change took a week to understand ----
Quakers
Oxfam
William Waldergrave MP Bristol
35:30, 37:00 what can we do to create a fair world ---
the environmental movement
karl henrique robere - Swedish Doctor and Karate champion
Karate
38:00 Karl henrique robere wanting a consensus between scientists in sweden --------
39:30 how to be unsustainable
42:00 there are 3 environments - social human environment
mesopotamian myths
45:00 the yin yang symbol and seeking balance as humans -----
50:40 we are a part of nature, we are struggling with a need to conserve
52:30 the magic of life as a gardener
Veganism and evolutionary theory
57:30 the difficult thing for humans as hunters and gatherers
1:02:00 when we eat we should be grateful
1:06:00 the most impt rule - look after your environment
book: hindsights guy kawasaki
01:27:00 quality of our reacting ...systemic nature of our actions --
01:29:00 the power of three
About our guest:
Paul Baker is a practical philosopher most interested in how we as individuals can help each other to live lives that get better and better. A coach, therapist and trainer, Paul can be reached via the email below.
Contact Paul Baker


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Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp

Practical philosopher Paul Baker takes the Old Fox Young Fox team on a journey through his life and what he has discovered of happiness and meaning along the way.
In a story that ranges from Eton to pioneering microlights, and from meditation to lessons from ancient greece, we cover a lot of ground and put a few ideas to rest along the way.
About the show
Old Fox Young Fox is an intergenerational conversation between Jeremy Woolwich and Oliver Happy, one that explores the impacts of a rapidly changing world.
Check out Ollie's new show: https://problembusters.fm (Problem Busters)
Show mentions:
04:30, 05:30 if i look for meaning what would happen
06:30 going from meaninglessness to meaning
pascal's wager
08:30 what if this is your one life...leaving the world better off
10:20 the thing i learned from hang gliding
12:00, 37:30 permaculture is...
13:30, 15:30 the alexander technique
The Alexander technique
incorrect sensory perception
the habit of thought
the U.S. election
18:33 frog into boiling water
the boiling the frog concept
NLP
virginia
castell
milton ericcson
fritz furls
john mcquerther NLP
Hypnotherapy
22:20 definition of hypnotherapy
24:30 magic and science
book - Yiral harare - homo deus
25:30 human beings are complex
28:30 the most important thing any living thing can do
documentary - the social dilemma
30:15 one of the reasons we are more fragmented than ever -------
31:15, 32:50 a bristol engineer, staying curious -----
martial arts
civil engineering
UN report: a common future
33:30, 34:47 UN report and climate change took a week to understand ----
Quakers
Oxfam
William Waldergrave MP Bristol
35:30, 37:00 what can we do to create a fair world ---
the environmental movement
karl henrique robere - Swedish Doctor and Karate champion
Karate
38:00 Karl henrique robere wanting a consensus between scientists in sweden --------
39:30 how to be unsustainable
42:00 there are 3 environments - social human environment
mesopotamian myths
45:00 the yin yang symbol and seeking balance as humans -----
50:40 we are a part of nature, we are struggling with a need to conserve
52:30 the magic of life as a gardener
Veganism and evolutionary theory
57:30 the difficult thing for humans as hunters and gatherers
1:02:00 when we eat we should be grateful
1:06:00 the most impt rule - look after your environment
book: hindsights guy kawasaki
01:27:00 quality of our reacting ...systemic nature of our actions --
01:29:00 the power of three
About our guest:
Paul Baker is a practical philosopher most interested in how we as individuals can help each other to live lives that get better and better. A coach, therapist and trainer, Paul can be reached via the email below.
Contact Paul Baker


This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp

1 hr 26 min