Stop living as a victim. Start enjoying your adventure.
The Art of NGF Victim to Adventurer podcast helps you stop creating fake suffering in your mind and start enjoying your precious life.
Every week we get into the folly of most self-development, the failures of spiritual practices, the poverty of the new age, and finally, real-world techniques, concepts, exercises, experiments, and explorations to help you transcend your own inner victim and seize your throne as the adventurer of your life.
Reclaim your time, your mind, and your life. Every episode we'll give you tips, tricks, concepts, and approaches to start enjoying everything and getting the very best in all aspects of your life.
The Art of NGF includes radical undoing, energized hypnosis, and a slew of endless adventures and experiments in expansion, flow, and growth.
NGF51: Will Oldham of Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and His Life's Work
“I take this load on/ It is my life’s work/ to bring you into the light/ from out of the dark…” -Will Oldham in the song “My Life’s Work.”
In tonight’s episode, it’s my humble honor to bring you a very special guest, Mr. Will Oldham, known for his band Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, his acting performances onstage and film, and his many other inspiring projects and creative efforts.
Enjoy the inspiring discussion and glimpses into the life of a great artist and musician.
Take heed of the insights you can learn from listening deeply, and bring that inspiration into your life with joyous action.
Songs we mentioned during the talk:
“My Life’s Work” from album, Beware.
“Come In” from album by Palace Music: Lost Blues and Other Songs
“You Want That Picture” from album Lie Down in the Light
“Living in the Kingdom of Death” by Daniel Higgs
NGF50: The Return of Killin' It, with Paul Crik
“This is it!”
“It is what it is.”
So proclaimed our esteemed guest for this evening’s entertainments in a video from circa 2011 that I was lucky enough to find on youtube.
I would later use that video, and a handful of others from his “Killin’ It” series, in Radical Undoing workshops and courses to help elaborate on points I wanted the students to grasp.
After awhile, Paul Crik dropped off my radar, and I would occasionally wonder what happened to him?
Where did he go?
Was he still out there somewhere Killin’ It?
As it turns out, he is.
I found him on Instagram: @PaulCrik and noticed a huge array of videos I’d never seen before.
Golden nuggets of joy, quirky humor, and a deep love for reality and existence.
But the last one was posted sometime in 2017…so where did he go?
I ventured to send a private message to him, and this insanely delightful podcast episode was the eventual result.
This is also the illustrious 50th episode of the Art of NGF podcast, and I can say with ease that it was my favorite one of all.
If you’ve never heard of Paul Crik, or if you are a fan and practitioner of Killin’ It, you’re gonna love this one.
And when you do, click on over in itunes and leave us an honest, intelligent review (Ok, an honest one is fine).Enjoy, and remember to have fun.
NGF49: What if Your Life is a Movie? Robert Scheinfeld
The inimitable Robert Scheinfeld joins us for an off-the-charts mind-blowing talk about life, the universe, everything, and nothing.
Robert and Garrett go deep into the nature of the self, of reality, and how to experience what Robert calls “Ultimate Happiness” and “Ultimate Freedom.”
It’s definitely NOT what you think, and the only way to discover it for yourself is to buy the ticket and take the ride.
Thankfully, this podcast is still free (for now) and all you have to do to take the ride is sit back, listen, explore, and enjoy.
Ultimate Freedom coming your way…Now!
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NGF48: Conduct Becoming a Man with J. Allen Hood
In tonight’s episode, we cover an extremely important, and dangerously overlooked topic: how to become a man.
In a society that has started rejecting the importance of learning what it takes to grow up as an adult male, this refreshing interview reveals how and why young men (and even older men) can and should learn how to conduct themselves as full-grown male specimens.
Find out how my guest, Jeff Allen Hood, was forced by his unique childhood to learn what it takes to be a man, and how he became the guy who literally wrote the book on the conduct every man needs to learn and master to live a fulfilling and deeply authentic life.
Check out Jeff’s book below:
Check out Jeff’s amazingly useful book, here!
NGF47: Battling Through Transitions and Big Changes in Life and Business with Misty Mozejko
Welcome back to tonight’s entertainments on the Art of NGF Victim to Adventurer Podcast!
In this episode, we welcome back Misty Mozejko, who if you recall from her previous foray on the NGF podcast, went from 300+ pounds down to an extremely fit trainer and gym owner.
Since we last talked with Misty, she’s transitioned out of the gym business, and into helping other business owners move through their internal bullsh*t and start making bigger moves and higher profits.
For her to make that transition, Misty had to confront some hard truths and dark depths inside herself and her own life situations.
Join us while Misty gives deep insights into how to flow through your own huge, mysterious transitions and changes in life, and to come out the other end happier, healthier, and more satisfied than ever before!
And remember to leave us an honest review in itunes! Every review helps, and we always love to hear from you.
NGF46: Ozark11: A Return to the Lake
Head back to the Lake of the Ozarks to visit the Byrde Family, and to conclude our ambitious Imagination Training experiment.
There’s not much more to be said, besides: go watch Ozark, and then listen to all 11 episodes of the Ozark Talks on the Art of NGF.
Leave us an honest review in itunes with what you liked, what you hated, and what you’d like us to get into next time!
Special thanks to the entire Ozark cast and crew for putting out one of the highest quality shows the world has ever known.
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The Ozark episode I listened to had some good observations I only would suggest editing out some of the silence between questions and responses and maybe explaining some terms to make it more accessible for newbies.
Listen to this!
No, really listen to it and then begin to undo your life.
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I get it. I like this podcast.