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Don’t worry. It’s not an actual book club (mostly). You don’t need to keep up with any reading. I am just here to make mindfulness more accessible to us younger generations. New guests every Tuesday. Follow me @EQBookClub and find more content on TejosCC.com
 
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My guest today is Miriam Swords Kalk, sister of our guest from Episode 6, Sam Kalk. This episode is a connection between some of the favorite subjects of previous episodes like Self-Determination Theory which we talked about with Sam, education which we have discussed with a lot of guests like Episode 14 with Coach Rudy, contextualized in human-cen…
 
Aaron and I talk about existential threats, accidentally becoming a Superwarrior at work, and bring some clarity to why modern yoga may not be as good for you as you think. For my Dallas listeners, Aaron will be holding open sessions at Classic Pilates in the Uptown location from 6:30-8 PM Thursdays throughout the summer. Topics: Sympathetic/Parasy…
 
My relationship to Judaism is not what you might expect with an episode title like this. I have been trying to steer my guests away from Judaism since I started this podcast, but that has caused me to live inauthentically within this space. Judaism was a driving force for my curiosity and ability to challenge the status quo growing up, so I decided…
 
This ep is really about leadership (which is what it takes to build a community - whether personally, professionally, or otherwise). Ryan is joined by the Co-Artistic Director and Conductor of Density512, a contemporary chamber orchestra and new music collective in Austin to talk about community, solitude, and leading a team of artists. Topics: Sol…
 
It is what it is... Until it becomes what you make it. While most of our discussion revolves around the workplace, all of this is applicable to all parts of life. Join Brett and I as we talk about: Intentionality of Choice Limiting/Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset Control Connecting to Feedback Active Listening Three Types of Empathy Empathy Skillse…
 
WARNING: Stories of traumatic abuse. Listener discretion is advised. Nichole tells us how her experiences shaped who she was, who she became, and who she is now. This episode is all about authenticity. Here are some of the topics we cover: Using Your Pain to Find Your Niche What Brings People Closer to You Integrating All Parts of Yourself What Spi…
 
What is this? An episode where Ryan is talking about education, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence... again? Yup. This one is a bit different, because I have the magnificent Coach Rudy on doing it for me! He is absolutely fantastic at teaching us how to teach and learn and sharing his vision with you. Send this to all of your teacher friends!!…
 
Today I am joined by GENIUS!! Ricardo Martins happens to have the most design awards in the United States, yet he is actually Brazilian. I think that is pretty damn cool. We break down what design approaches do to the experiences of our lives. Topics we cover: Holistic Design Philosophy The Problem with Thinking Humans Are the Center of the Univers…
 
Welcome to Don't Forget to Be a Human! The new weekly episode of wholesomeness that relieves you from the exhaustion of the mental processing I put yall through earlier in the week. It is a great day for a day full of being vulnerable and letting yall in to the friendzone. Let's get into it: WTF is Dry Shampoo? The Future of This Show (hint: an act…
 
Listen to me and Scott Gazzoli of the Causing the Effect Podcast become friends in this very entertaining episode about the New York mentality, brain waves and binaural audio, and sensory deprivation float tanks. The full range of topics from this episode include: Movement Mentality and Prioritization Being with Yourself Structuring the Hours You H…
 
Josh is an ex-professional BMX athlete and five time brain tumor survivor. Josh and I get pretty damn fired up about people's perceptions of control in their life. If I told you any more, I'd be ruining the episode. Take this one slow and roll it back if you need to get clarity on any thoughts. We also very much welcome debate to what we were sayin…
 
I have the honor of being joined by one of the great thinkers and communicators of our time, Dr. Imani Scott to discuss my experience of the great city of Atlanta, cultural intelligence, and the exciting opportunity that is ignorance. Here is a great place to start or continue learning about your privilege and the history of racism in America: Race…
 
What are we responsible for in our work environment? Ryan and Ryan reminisce on their pain-filled months working in small team startups this past summer, and what these experiences meant for their emotional growth. Some topics we touch on: Trust, Respect, and Feedback in the Workplace Emotional Confusion as a Reductive Force What Are You Actually R…
 
Click below if you have any interest in your personal hero's journey! Link to Retreat Interest Form Professor Emerita Mary Doll joins me to do what all great thinkers do; tell stories. We discover why storytelling is so important to our emotional intelligence, as well as the role dreams play in our self-understanding and forward momentum. Some topi…
 
FINALLY! The episode that explains what the fuck emotional intelligence is! Here are some topics we dive into: Performance vs Potential in Leadership The Four Components of Emotional Intelligence Necessity of Being Able to Learn EQ Growth Strategies Response vs React Accountability and Feedback Resilience Systems and Systems Thinking…
 
I promise you need to hear at least one part of this. I give you some thinking about how to view experiences that may feel nauseatingly familiar to you and wrap up with some Do's and Don't's of going home for the holidays. Topics: Systems Thinking (and why it is relevant) Triggers and Mindfulness in Familiar Experiences Romanticization of the Past …
 
BIKES! BIKES! BIKES! This week, I have the Executive Director of the Urban Cycling Institute at the University of Amsterdam, George Liu! We talk about my favorite activity (leisurely bike rides) and how cycling can engage social and personal mindfulness, as well as urban mobility's role in social change and a higher social intelligence level within…
 
I wanted to share with you some beautiful stories of secure and courageous relationships, so I brought Kelly and Alexa of Bedroom Rodeo tell you their most recent experiences. Sprinkled throughout these stories and the entire episode are some important nuggets of information relating to navigating roommates, rekindling friendships, and what it actu…
 
After some (very) quick reminiscing about not following the rules, we dive in to breaking the habit of being yourself, the state of flow, and spirituality in the growth journey. Solomon then speaks on how your preconceived experiences of meditation, mindfulness, and coaching may have developed an unhealthy association with the subjects. He also has…
 
Tayler Ayers thrives in the black and white of things. He wants to make it known that there is no grey area to him. Most importantly, he wants you to form an opinion on him. Good or bad. So, come join us this week and decide how you feel about him. Check out the book recs at bookshop.org/shop/eq Follow Tayler on Instagram @tayler.ayers Follow the s…
 
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