44 episodes

A podcast exploring my own effort to live mindfully, and also the efforts of other people who seem to be doing the same.

Mindful & Intentional, from Jeremy Hurst Idenati

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

A podcast exploring my own effort to live mindfully, and also the efforts of other people who seem to be doing the same.

    #39 - The More of Less with Joshua Becker

    #39 - The More of Less with Joshua Becker

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    Joshua Becker is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author of The Minimalist Home, The More of Less, Clutterfree with Kids and Simplify. He's also the Founder & Editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website dedicated to intentional living visited by over 1 million readers every month. Joshua is one of the first people I ever followed online within the world of minimalism and intentional living, so this definitely ranks as one of my favorite conversations to date. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!


     


    Resources:


    Website: https://www.becomingminimalist.com/


    Twitter: https://twitter.com/joshua_becker


    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBMKymQczkDxCpE1R2vvA4Q


    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_becker/


     


    Timestamps:


    (2:55) When you think about your childhood and your relationship to money or consumerism, what comes to mind?


    (12:00) What motivations were behind your decision to major in finance?


    (14:00) What was the catalyzing moment that brought you into contact with minimalism?


    (16:55) At some point, you switched from transforming your own life to helping to spread the word about minimalism to others. Why?


    (20:40) What was the transition like from being a pastor to writing full-time about minimalism?


    (26:05) Does minimalism impact how you exist on the internet?

    • 37 min
    #38 - Building A Lab For Your Mind with Anne-Laure Le Cunff

    #38 - Building A Lab For Your Mind with Anne-Laure Le Cunff

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    Steve Jobs famously referred to a computer as a bicycle for the mind. I think my latest guest, Anne-Laure Le Cunff, would agree with that sentiment. Anne-Laure is a neuroscience student at King's College London and an entrepreneur. She describes her company, Ness Labs, as a school for mindful productivity. She creates content and courses, hosts events, and moderates a community, all centered around helping curious humans achieve more without sacrificing their mental health. This is one of those episodes that you'll want to devote your full attention to. Enjoy!


     


    Resources:


    Subscribe to the Ness Labs newsletter: https://nesslabs.com/newsletter


    Follow Anne-Laure on Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthilemoon


     


    Timestamps:


    (2:45) What comes to mind when you think about your childhood?


    (5:45) Was mental health a part of the conversation when interacting with your family?


    (7:15) When did you begin to develop a love for writing?


    (9:15) What did you study at university and what was your thought process behind choosing that subject?


    (12:00) After you school, you landed a job at Google where you ran into some unexpected turbulence. What happened?


    (16:15) When you decided to leave Google, what did your internal monologue sound like?


    (19:00) What is Ness Labs?


    (24:05) Having done so much research about productivity, what does your average workday look like?


    (28:10) Do you ever run into challenges with focus and productivity?

    • 32 min
    #37 - A Tidy Revival with Carly Adams

    #37 - A Tidy Revival with Carly Adams

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    Carly Adams is a professional organizer based in Sacramento, California. A few years after college, she couldn't help the feeling that something was wrong. Her personal finances, her time management skills, her apartment; everything felt a bit out of wack. Today, by contrast, she's building a personal organizing business called Tidy Revival and loving every second of it. I find her story incredibly inspirational and I think you might as well.


     


    Resources:


    Website: https://www.tidyrevival.com/


    Free class: https://www.tidyrevival.com/freeclass


    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tidyrevival/


     


    Timestamps:


    (3:30) How would you describe your relationship with money as a child?


    (10:40) You majored in American studies during college. What was the thought process behind that decision?


    (17:10) After college, you went into a fair amount of debt and were struggling with your finances. What was happening in your life at that time?


    (23:20) What books or resources helped you push through and re-orient your thinking?


    (27:05) How do you get from improving your own finances and transforming your life to building a business that helps others do the same?


    (37:20) There are many different methodologies and approaches for organizing and decluttering. What's unique about the Tidy Revival decluttering method and what does your process look like?


    (46:55) Do you incorporate digital decluttering?


    (52:55) What are you most excited about for the future of Tidy Revival?

    • 56 min
    #36 - Building Your Ideal Life with Michelle Anderson

    #36 - Building Your Ideal Life with Michelle Anderson

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    Michelle Anderson started her career as an interior designer. Her days were spent helping people decide what to buy and how to fill their space. Today, she's a certified KonMari consultant, meaning she now helps people get rid of things that no longer serve them. It's quite a juxtaposition, but one that affords her a rather unique perspective. So without further adieu.


     


    Resources:


    Website: https://www.thetidyeffect.com.au/


    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetidyeffect/


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetidyeffect


     


    Timestamps:


    (2:50) What attracted you to the world of interior design?


    (4:35) You attended a 2-year vocational design program as opposed to a traditional 4-year university. What was behind that decision?


    (8:20) How did your family and friends respond to you deciding to drop out of high school?


    (12:55) You hit a point where interior design didn't feel like the right path for you. What changed and how did you decide what came next?


    (17:05) People that are not familiar with Marie Kondo often don't appreciate the importance of the first step of the Konmari process. Can you describe that step in the process and what it was like when you went through it personally?


    (23:20) You have a deep interest in sustainability. Is that somehow related to the Konmari method? 

    • 34 min
    #35 - When Mindfulness Meets Creativity with Kara Ladd

    #35 - When Mindfulness Meets Creativity with Kara Ladd

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    Kara Ladd started her career in high fashion and media. That is, until a one-in-a-million cancer diagnosis changed everything. The first step was a personal journey of healing and self-discovery. But that has since evolved into Boundless, what Kara calls a conscious conglomerate. Boundless includes Boundless Creatives, a purpose-driven marketing consultancy, and Boundless by Kara, her personal brand centered around modern mindfulness. I'll leave it to her to tell you more about it...


     


    Resources:


    Kara's company: https://www.boundlesscreatives.com/


    Kara's personal website: https://boundlessbykara.com/


    Kara's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boundlessbykara/


     


    Timestamps:


    (3:10) How would you describe your life in the first few years after college?


    (6:15) In your earlier years, where did your definition of success come from?


    (9:35) What happened when you were 24 years old that changed everything for you?


    (16:35) What does "modern mindfulness" mean?


    (21:05) What is Boundless Creatives and what are you trying to accomplish?

    • 38 min
    #34 - The KPIs of Your Life with Patty Morrissey

    #34 - The KPIs of Your Life with Patty Morrissey

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    Patty Morrissey is the Founder and Head Coach at Clear & Cultivate. Her work centers around helping people clear the clutter from their lives, both physical and otherwise, and in parallel to that, helping them cultivate a better version of themselves. Said differently, Patty's not a huge fan of fine or just ok. She believes that everyone has a right to flourish, and thus, she's crafted a specific methodology for bringing that about. Her message resonated deeply with me and I have a feeling it will for you as well. Enjoy!


     


    Resources:


    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pattymorrissey/ 


    Website: https://www.clearcultivate.com/ 


     


    Timestamps:


    (2:50) What motivated your decision to study psychology and social work?


    (5:48) Was talking about trauma a normal part of your experience growing up?


    (9:35) Where do your empathy and altruism come from?


    (12:00) In 2016, you were fired from your job for speaking up about burnout and ethics violations. What can you share about that experience and what you took from it?


    (20:50) You often talk about the importance of life KPIs. What KPIs are most important in your life?


    (24:58) ​When did you start your first business and what did you set out to build?


    (31:01) You recently shared something on Instagram about the difference between hierarchy and territory. Can you explain that distinction and how it impacts the work you do?


    (36:56) What is Cultivate Club and what does the experience look like for people? 

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Timizle ,

Mindful and intentional!

I love this podcast! Jeremy challenges your mind and spirit by presenting different concepts and exposes his audiences to new ideas as well as diverse topics.

This podcast has helped me to meditate, be more in touch with my body and have even started having conversation with others about their meditation routines.

Mercy Shanelle ,

After 2020, We Needed This

This podcast fits so well into what I’ve been focusing on this year, intention. The realness of what everyday people go through and how we can take a minute to allow presence in our lives. Give this podcast a listen if you’re looking for best practices to cultivate balance from real people doing real things.

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No-frills, no-bs podcast!

If you’re looking to maximize each day with intention and clarity, this podcast gives you food for thought. Can’t wait to hear the stories of all the guests truly walking the talk across industries

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