Exploring the parts of life that can't be squeezed through the standards of efficiency.
Episode #82 Adding Value to Our Time w/ Reuben Samuels
Adding Value to Our Time
How a double lung transplant makes you rethink life.
On this episode, Matt sits down with the resilient Rueben Samuels to talk about life with a chronic illness (Cystic Fibrosis), adding value to our time and life after a double lung transplant. This is a conversation about life and death and how to make room and meaning for both.
Living Intentionally: People, Places and Equity with Virginia Cumberbatch
Virginia Cumberbatch is Director at Community Engagement Center & Social Justice Institute at The University of Texas at Austin. She works within the city of Austin to help make UT a community anchor opposed to an ivory tower. She sat down with us to talk about the importance of not only cultural identity but also the importance of place and it’s history. We use Austin as an example that can better help you think more critically and lovingly about your own life and city.
Emotional Intelligence & Quality Relationships
Austin Psychotherapist Jeremy Ezell sits down with Inefficiency host Matt Inman to talk about how emotional intelligence plays into the quality of our relationships.
Episode #79 Sorry I Ghosted You
I ghosted you.
On this shorter episode, Matt talks about ghosting the podcast for way too long in order to create the first issue of Inefficiency Magazine. We all are trying to juggle life and sometimes we drop certain aspects. But there is something we gain in the dropping and picking back up that is helpful for us in the long run.
Episode #78 Two Therapists Talking About Wisdom
Friends and fellow psychotherapists Matt Inman and Jeremy Ezell sit down to have a conversation about wisdom and faithfulness. Jeremy was asked to write a letter to his 14 year old nephew on the two topics and rather than writing a letter decided it would be better to talk it out.
Episode #77 Mapping the Terrain of the Heart
On this episode Matt breaks down the the key points from the book, Mapping The Terrain Of The Heart: The Six Capacities That Guide The Journey Of Love by David Wallin & Stephen Goldbart.
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Always interesting. Always thought provoking. A little funny. A little awkward.
On par with all the quirks and depth of being human.
Constantly left feeling...
Matt always has great guest that leave you feeling challenged and inspired. The conversation between Matt and his guest make you feel like a fly on the wall listening to friends converse. I enjoy listening week after week to see where the conversation will take us. Regardless if it's efficient or not. (See what I did there). Give it a go!
very thought provoking and interesting!