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Self-help blogger Lianne Kay discusses life improvement, habits, self-help books and pop culture with co-host illustrator Andrew Chin.

The Self Help Hipster Podcast Lianne Kay and Andrew Chin

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Self-help blogger Lianne Kay discusses life improvement, habits, self-help books and pop culture with co-host illustrator Andrew Chin.

    s04e01 - The One Thing by Gary Keller

    s04e01 - The One Thing by Gary Keller

    In this episode, Lianne Keemink and Andrew Chin discuss the book "The One Thing" by Gary Keller.
    Among other things..
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    Shownotes
    Here are all the links to the things we mentioned.
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    Lianne's new book "Dingen anders doen"
    Buy Dingen Anders Doen on Bol.com (Affiliate link)
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    Botnet social media app
    https://startbotnet.com/
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    Harry Styles rendition of LIzzo’s juice
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPS1qFK6PAM
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    Paris Hilton's Tomorrowland 2019 set
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pA7ibu2J4Ws&t=981s
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    Paris goebel Dance video Yummy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtVjmcujrIg

    • 1 u. 5 min.
    s03e10 - Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein

    s03e10 - Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein

    Hi, so glad you are listening to a new episode of the Self Help Hipster Podcast. The show where Lianne Keemink (The Self Help Hipster) and Andrew Chin (andrewchin.co) discuss a self-help book.
    This time it's Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein.
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    SHOWNOTES
    30-Day Challenges
    Andrew's 30 Day Challenge was getting out of bed at 08:30 and we're happy to report he succeeded! Listen to him divulge his success rate and how it worked.
    Lianne's 30 Day Challenge was doing something nice for someone else for 30 days, and she was very happy about doing this. Highly recommended!
    Book of the Month
    We talk about Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein, Gabby's latest book. This is a book about spirituality to the Nth degree so it's gotta be your thing, but there are some very smart and interesting takes in the book.
    We're skeptical about manifesting as explained by most of the Law of Attraction but there is merit in some of the philosophy, and Gabby explains some of those parts well!
    Pop Culture Pleasures
    * (Andrew): Blinding Lights by the Weekend
    * (Lianne) Spotify Top 100 Playlists, and Rick & Morty
    Obsessions
    * (Andrew): Essential Oil Diffuser & Lulu Lemon for Men * (Lianne): Her letterbox in her office that she writes different quotes on each week
    Next Book
    The One Thing by Gary Keller !

    • 1 u. 13 min.
    s03-e09 - Art Matters by Neil Gaiman

    s03-e09 - Art Matters by Neil Gaiman

    Lianne (The Self Help Hipster) and Andrew discuss the book Art Matters by Neil Gaiman. They also bring back the 30-day challenges and talk about their pop culture pleasures and their current obsessions. Sit back and hang out with us for an hour or so. We love that you are listening.

    • 1 u. 9 min.
    s03e08 - Atomic Habits by James Clear

    s03e08 - Atomic Habits by James Clear

    Lianne Keemink (The Self Help Hipster) and Andrew Chin discuss self-help books, talk about their obsessions and their pop culture pleasures.
    BOOK OF THE MONTHAndrew and I discuss Atomic Habits, the book by James Clear
    ----more----You can buy the paperback here* for 16.99 and you can buy the Kindle version off of Amazon for 12.00$!* James Clear is an American journalist, photographer and self-help blogger. For me he falls into the same category as Leo Babauta, James Altucher and Mark Manson: all big self help bloggers who came up around the same time, talking about self-development. James Clear has really narrowed down his topic to Habit Change, and the book 'Atomic Habits' is an amalgamation of everything he's ever read and everything he's ever written on the topic.Andrew and I really like the book, it touches upon some of the most important topics in habit changing, such as:
    It is about small changes! Getting little bits better, one-percenting (getting 1% better each day) as we coined the term in this podcast. Identity and the way you look at yourself matters, but it's a way to get yourself into the door - not a way to completely change your life in and of itself. We get into an interesting discussion about it! If you have systems in place, it is so much easier to do things, aka create new habits. Systems can be a step 1, step 2, step 3, but als other like getting an accountability partner, making the first 5 minutes of something super easy or habit-stacking. It's about progress, not perfection Andrew said: "Find the thing you want to identify with, and then prove it to yourself." Longevity and long term commitment are important. For anything, for success, for actual change, and therefore also for habits. "Just enough victories to keep you motivated, enough mistakes to keep working hard." OBSESSIONSLianne: My dishwasher and making air horn sounds. Oh and Poolside.fm! It is SO FUN to me for some reason. I listen to it for bits and pieces here and there because it just makes me chuckle. Andrew: His Alexander McQueen double white sneakersPOP CULTURE PLEASURES(Mostly Lianne, because at this point I'm 50% pop culture)
    Blade Runner 2049: I watched it with Vin on Netflix and it is STUNNING. Put away your phone one evening, get some snacks and go watch it. It is awe-inspiring. GLOW: Such. A. Good. Show. Also on Netflix. Andrew asked me what I thought about 902010 (no opinion but my friend Susannah hated it) and Hobbs and Shaw: I gushed for 5 minutes. GO SEE IT! Next book:Art Matters by Neil Gaiman!
    Other News:As mentioned in the Podcast, we're bringing the 30 Day Challenge BACK!

    • 1 u. 6 min.
    s03e07 - The Time Paradox

    s03e07 - The Time Paradox

    Lianne Keemink (The Self Help Hipster) and Andrew Chin discuss self-help books, talk about their obsessions and their pop culture pleasures.
    Book of the MonthAndrew and I received the book by Philip Zimbardo & John Boyd, the Time Paradox! I had a copy of a friend, but the Kindle version is 16$ on Amazon.
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    Philip Zimbardo is a huge name in (pop) psychology, he's best known for the Stanford Prison Experiment, and the book reads like a big parade of the biggest things that happened in psychology, somehow related to...time.
    It's an interesting read on human perspective on time, and it's not a very practical self-help book but inspiring you to take a look at your own attitudes towards time.
    You can take the surveys to check out your own attitudes on time here!
    "Your attitudes on time have a profound impact on your life and your world." "Whether you look for happiness in the past, present or the future, you experience happiness in the present." I mention the article I wrote about taking the long term approach where I also mention the Marshmallow experiment that's also mentioned in the book. Pop Culture PleasuresLianne: Wine Country on Netflix (read my Dutch review on that movie here!) Lianne: Godzilla, King of the Monsters.OBSESSED. Saw it twice. Lianne: Good Omens, it's on Amazon Prime and stars David Tennant & Michael Sheen in the TV recreation of Pratchett's & Gaiman's awesome book, Good Omens. Lianne (I had a lot to share this week): The Loch. It's terrible (especially in terms of how Steve Alten writes about women) but I like it for what it is -- suspense ridden monster stuff. I love it even more when I found out the movie The Meg is based on one of his books either. Lianne & Andrew: GAME OF THRONES.
    ObsessionsMy new pair of pants. (Lianne) Essays on Game of Thrones and how it ended. (Andrew)
    Next bookAtomic Habits by James Clear!

    • 1 u. 1 min.
    s03e06 - Calm the f*ck down - another book by Sarah Knight

    s03e06 - Calm the f*ck down - another book by Sarah Knight

    Lianne Keemink and Andrew Chin discuss the latest book by Sarah Knight - Calm the f*ck down. We also talk about our pop culture pleasures and our obsessions. In between all the madness we even find the time to eat a huge lemon meringue from Stach.

    • 1 u. 2 min.

Klantrecensies

Carline ,

Had me laughing out loud alone in public more than once

So much fun to listen too! Andrew and Lianne have great chemistry and are both exceptionally funny. Mix that with in depth discussions about self-help books and topics & some pop culture pleasures and I'm hooked!

Burgaud ,

Fun, inspiring and entertaining

Easy to listen to, inspiring And just a little bit of pip culture:) love it!

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