Work and home come with their challenges. Join Sean and Sasha as they laugh their way through figuring out how to manage work, home and everything in between while living in New York City. Whether you’re looking for tips to step up your WFH game or you just need a break between conference calls, this is the podcast for you. Listen on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher or TuneIn. Contact us via Instagram @thisisworkandhome or email us at email@example.com.
The One About The Feelings Wheel
Sean and Sasha play a game using The Feelings Wheel, a tool that helps you find words for your emotions. They use the wheel to identify how certain songs make them feel and immediately see how useful it is in helping them uncover the depth and complexity of their own emotions.
Listen and play along! You can find The Feelings Wheel at feelingswheel.com and a playlist of the songs they used at https://bit.ly/workandhome_ep17. Share the episode to play with a friend and let Sean and Sasha know how it went at firstname.lastname@example.org or on IG @thisisworkandhome.
Leadership: It's Not One Size Fits All
Sean and Sasha question and complicate traditional narratives around leadership. They find that the best leaders are constantly honing and developing their skills and that the range of leadership styles is as wide as the range of opportunities for leadership. Using a psychometric tool that analyzes workplace relationships and dynamics, they share their own personal leadership styles. What's your leadership style? Join the conversation on IG @ thisisworkandhome or email us at email@example.com!
How Do I Want It? How Do I Need It?
Sean and Sasha delve into the intricacies of self-advocacy. For them, it comes down to knowing what they want and need as well as effectively preparing for the moments they'll need to advocate for themselves. They also explore what can happen when advocacy goes wrong. What does self-advocacy mean for you?
Join the conversation on IG @ thisisworkandhome or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Laughing at Hindsight in 2020
Sean and Sasha reflect on some of their most embarrassing moments. From childhood memories to singing bloopers, they look back at how those moments made them feel and identify the lessons they've learned. What have you learned from your embarrassing moments? Join the conversation on IG @thisisworkandhome.
A Confederate Monument and a Storyteller Walk into a Bar...
Sean and Sasha look at legacy through the lens of the current discourse around confederate monuments and American history, pop culture, and their own personal heroes. They surface the value of being aware of the legacy you are leaving behind and how storytellers help to shape/revise legacies. Sean shares the legacy of Claude Shannon, "the father of information theory", who paved the way for the digital age but somehow very few us know his name (especially Sasha).
What legacy are you leaving behind and how are you protecting it? Join the conversation on IG @thisisworkandhome!
Rest: It's More Than Just Sleep
Sean and Sasha discuss what rest means to them and why taking time to recharge is important. They explore ways to rest beyond sleep and uncover how the relationship between our productivity and self-worth can cause us to deprioritize rest when we need it the most. What does rest mean to you? Join the conversation on IG @thisisworkandhome.
Your new favorite
Sean and Sasha bring you a combo of smart, insightful dialogue that is utterly hilarious while still providing strong tools to their listeners for how to address life’s everyday challenges. You will laugh out loud and smile so much it hurts. A MUST listen.
Funny, insightful, amazing!
This podcast is one of my new favs! Enjoyed cleaning my room with Episode 9 playing in the background. It was like listening to my favorite music playlist. Y’all are hilariously funny and so very insightful.
Fresh, Funny and Simply Fantastic
The dialogue between these two hosts is so refreshing! I find myself jumping in and nodding like I'm in the room with them 😂. Can't wait to hear the next episode.