Applied self-exploration. The Art of Accomplishment reflects a unique way of relating in business, personal and internal life that leads to more connection and satisfying relationships, awakening your ability to create the life you want with ease and joy. Joe Hudson, a coach sought after by the world’s top companies and performers, partners with wingsuit-flying adventurer and entrepreneur Brett Kistler to examine practical tools for self-exploration that you can readily apply to meaningfully transform your life. Hear Joe and Brett conduct powerful coaching sessions and unpack epiphanies with business leaders, world-class performers, and a community dedicated to self-discovery.
I Can't Hold It All Anymore (Coaching Session)
Our guest Christofer returns with his wife Sadie for a powerful couples coaching session with Joe. They uncover how a pattern of self-reliance and appearing strong for each other has created stress in their relationship. What happens when they try a different approach?
Q&A – Expressing 'Anger At', Playing with Depression, Alone But Not Lonely, Following Connection, Desire and Patience Through Deep Work
Joe and Brett celebrate a banner year of podcast growth by answering questions directly from listeners.
In this episode, we explore:
(3:20) Anger – feeling, expressing, and receiving ‘anger at’ a person
(11:07) Presence – staying with ourselves in complex and fast-paced group situations
(15:23) Depression – what is it, and how can we play with it?
(21:26) Alone, but not lonely – how our sense of connection evolves through deep work
(25:16) Desire – staying in touch with our wants as craving subsides
(30:38) Mental health – relating to family or friends with mental health challenges
(35:38) Patience – insights and practices to be patient with ourselves and our growth.
Joe and His Daughter Discuss Fatherhood
Joining us for today's episode is Joe’s daughter, Esme. Esme was given a school assignment to make a podcast about where she came from by interviewing a person from her family about a meaningful experience in their life. She decided to deviate from the task and follow her interest. She wanted to know what it was like for her Dad to raise her.
When her assignment was complete, she offered to share it with our listeners. Enjoy this touching interview between Esme and her Dad Joe.
How Do I Stop Postponing My Enjoyment? (Coaching Session)
Today’s episode is a coaching session with a guest who wants to stop postponing his enjoyment into an abstract future that never arrives. This session opens up an exploration of what can happen when we bring enjoyment into any moment: even the experience of chronic pain.
How Can I Make Better Decisions?
Joe and Brett discuss how to find deeper clarity in decision-making, whether in the office or on the edge of a cliff.
Decisions are emotionally-driven, and we navigate them based on how we think we’ll feel when an outcome arrives. When we’re willing to feel any emotion, our decision-making becomes clear.
Tune in to see how becoming more aware of our emotions and using guiding principles can help us quickly identify the next obvious step in any decision-making process.
What is Safety? Applying Lessons From Extreme Sports to Life and Business
In our previous episode, Joe and Brett talked about how seeing through limiting beliefs can be scary because we're not sure we'll be safe. This is an especially relevant concern in the realm of high-risk activities like skydiving and BASE Jumping. In today's episode, we explore how Brett's relationship with the idea of safety has changed over the course of a decades-long career in adventure sports.
Yes! Listen to this :)
Fantastic duo that delivers really valuable info authentically - great chance it will transform your life 💛
interesting but get repetitive
I enjoyed the first few but then the limitations of what they is doing started to show through. It’s basically about owning what you feel and say, and Joe Hudson plays out what that can do for you. And it can be impressive, but it wears off bc it’s framed for a very particular population, quite conventional, and the set of assumptions they are working within are can get your eyes rolling.
Invaluable Personal Growth Wisdom
I’ve learned and gained so much from hearing Brett and Joe riff on this podcast. They have such rich knowledge and experiences and are able to put such eloquent words behind complex subjects that makes it easy to understand what’s going on. Thanks for this gem of a podcast!