The Life Well Lived Project is motivated by this: There is so much unhappiness, anxiety and depression in the world, and this work is about trying to make things better, tiny bit by tiny bit, one day at a time. The vision of the Life Well Lived Project is a world where this cycle of unhappiness, anxiety and depression does not have to be handed down across multiple generations and accepted as an unavoidable fact of life. The vision is a world where everyone is liberated to know, embrace and express the full breadth of their own individual uniqueness. And the vision is a world where we can work together to solve big problems, rather than squabble over minor matters out of a place of insecurity and hurt. I know that 45-60 minute podcasts, which is what most episodes of the Life Well Lived podcast are, is a big investment of your time, and your time is your most valuable asset. So it's a huge privilege for me, to have you here with me and my guests for this. If you enjoy the podcast, please go to Apple Podcasts, find this show and leave a review. And if you want to make sure you don't miss any future episodes, please sign up for updates about the Life Well Lived Project. Go to my website at https://www.shanebreslin.com/mission.
Episode 37: Mako Fujimura on art and creativity, the diversity and oneness of humanity and the divinity of making
David Brooks, a New York Times writer, wrote a piece not long ago which touched on my guest on this episode of the Life Well Lived Podcast. Titled "Longing for an Internet cleanse", Brooks’s short article lamented how we have come to view and experience...
Episode 36: Productivity, happiness and how we might value the things we do, with founder of Rad Reads, Khe Hy
Productivity is one of those areas that has exploded into a major industry over the past couple of decades. The concept of productivity is something that started out, really, in the 18th and 19th centuries from an industrial capitalist imperative to...
Episode 35: How to change the world one question at a time, with Creating the Future co-founder Hildy Gottlieb
This is Episode Number 35 of the Life Well Lived Podcast, with the co-founder of Creating the Future, Hildy Gottlieb.Hildy Gottlieb is a social scientist and the founder of an organisation called Creating the Future.Creating the Future is focused on...
Episode 34: Why the current uncertainty could make now a perfect time to consider your professional possibilities, with career change coach Nicola Porter
Detachment from meaning, how we as individuals are often our own worst workplace judge, and career change amid a global pandemic, with Dr Nicola Porter.
Episode 33: Designing a purposeful life, the uncertainty of what's to come and how to futurize yourself, with body-centred stress coach and futurist Tom Meyers
Tom Meyers is an osteopath and body-centred stress-coach based in Brussels, Belgium, and also a forward thinker and facilitator of change, with the aim of helping to empower people to live well in body, mind and spirit and lead with resilience in an...
Episode 32: Professor Carlos Moreno on the 15-Minute City, Jane Jacobs, topophilia, zombie geeks and the Ancient Greek view of time
This is Episode 32 of the Life Well Lived Podcast. Most of the episodes of this podcast so far have been broadly about self-awareness, self-exploration and self-improvement. A big part of the motivation for the show is to offer help or guidance for...
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Truly inspiring person , Tracey puts nothing in her way to go after her dreams . Really engaging podcast . Thks Shane and congrats on continued success with your podcast .