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Being lost is the exact same as exploring. The only difference is a sense of adventure. Tommy and Dusty use their friendship to navigate all the topics that interest and confuse them: Why do politics make us hate each other? Should we teach children obedience or compassion? Are fedoras the worst kind of hat? Is happiness more about frequency or intensity? Weekly episodes and guests from all walks of life take their friendship on a constantly evolving journey to places they do not know ... YET!
 
The podcast that helps you find your version of beautiful in every area of your life, using the law of attraction, manifestation, mindset and action. Just two sisters based in Greater London that are there for you on your Monday Mornings. You have the power to change your life and inspire those around you. Sometimes you may feel like you're the only person that hasn't got there shit together but we are here to reassure you, you are not.
 
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Tommy and Dusty have a brain dump. Topics include: 90s Jim Carrey as a role model for humor, what to do with conviction about problems too big to fix, and why knowing yourself well matters. Also, how do you bring the best version of you into more of your life? . Find Ourselves QoW: "What's a non-negotiable in my life?" Tommy's Recommendation: Get a…
 
We are joined by strategist, organizer, wonk, and former Chicago mayoral candidate Amara Enyia to talk about her policy-focused Chicago mayor race, the power of public banks, and what she meant when she said she wanted to help turn Chicago into a "Cooperative City." Follow Amara on twitter here. Read a recent interview with Amara on transforming Ch…
 
Jon Ensign was a Marine Officer for four years. He talks with Tommy and Dusty about his military life in Afghanistan, ranging from the everyday mundane to the harrowing intensity of combat. In a broad-ranging discussion, Jon shares how preparation for and recovery from his experiences changed his perspective on humanity, deepened his gratitude for …
 
There is a SUPER full moon in Scorpio this week. Me (Sacha) & Lisa are discussing why we like to work with the moon each month and our own personal rituals. The full moon can heighten your emotions and intuition and you can either feel like your using it to your advantage and losing control. Please join me on instagram @beautifullookslike Moonology…
 
Tommy and Dusty work through their initial feelings about the Derek Chauvin trial. Then they discuss Adam Neumann, the former CEO of WeWork, responsible for one of the fastest and most dramatic rise and falls of a company the world has ever seen. Why do we fall for charismatic leaders? How do we defend agains tour own gullibility? What can be done …
 
In this episode I talk about being consistent. My first solo episode is me showing up for MYSELF but hopefully it can inspire you to do the same. Consistency builds muscles for everything you need to make happen. Showing up for yourself shows you and the universe that you mean it when you tell yourself you are going to do something. Talk to me or j…
 
In 2021, nearly 30,000 men entered the Men (35-39) Division of the CrossFit Open. Quint Coward outperformed 29,500 of them and claimed a spot in the CrossFit Quarterfinals. Quint talks about his 7-year CrossFit journey, how he commits to routine and nutrition to reach a high-level of performance, and what level of happiness and ability his fitness …
 
Beautiful Looks Like talks vision boards!! We will be talking through our own vision boards and how we created them in the hope to inspire you to create your own. Vision boards are a great way to visualise the life of your dreams before you get there, and are a an amazing daily reminder to take action to create the life you want. Also Lisa talks ab…
 
Tommy and Dusty talk about the first four days of Tommy's commitment to intermittent fasting before discussing some financial ideas originating from last week's podcast with Matt Pittman, and some lessons from Malcolm Gladwell's book, Talking to Strangers. Find Ourselves QoW: "Are any of my insecurities hurting anyone else by accident?" Tommy's Rec…
 
This week I interviewed Layna Winckworth! Layna is a yoga teacher & intuitive healer, she works using her own magic to help clients find theirs. I loved talking to Layna about the tools she uses to come back to herself, and also how she helps her clients, her tools include: - Bath Rituals - Crystals - Tarot - Oracle cards - Yoga - Journaling It was…
 
Matt Pittman is a real estate entrepreneur who has a passion for helping people work past the intimidating complexities of economic opportunities and unlock themselves from financial stress and fear. Tommy and Dusty talk to him about how he decides to take chances and make decisions in business while also picking up some money-related parenting and…
 
This weeks episode is about boundaries, boundaries are SO important and such a powerful way to change your life. If you are the person that always gets ghosted or falls in love with the person that can't commit, welcome! If you dread going to family events because you get asked questions that make you feel like shit, welcome! If you work over time …
 
Tommy and Dusty get a little more lost than usual in the wake of another American shooting. They discuss American pride versus guilt and the difficulty of balancing a pro-gun reality versus a non-violent dream. The guys also discuss their personal game plans for taking down a sushi dinner, and what their kids must learn before they turn 18 and fly …
 
We are joined by physician, author, former Detroit health director, and former Michigan governor candidate Dr. Abdul El-Sayed to talk about the power of state policy, the status of the Medicare for All movement, and the promise of state-level single payer campaigns. Follow Abdul on twitter here. Read Abdul's newsletter here. Subscribe to Abdul's po…
 
Are you getting hydrated when you drink a La Croix? Questions like these are why we all need a Hannah Ostoj in our lives. Hannah is a functional nutritionist with a deep knowledge and appreciation for the individual's unique relationship to their food. Join Tommy and Dusty for a really fun conversation with Hannah about fasting, hydration, food ide…
 
A special episode to explain the organizational home of this podcast: The Democracy Policy Network (DPN, for short). DPN's website is: www.DemocracyPolicy.network DPN's launch video is here. DPN's policy agenda page is at: www.DemocracyPolicy.network/agenda DPN's first five policy kits are here: DPN's newsletter is here. This podcast originally air…
 
Sandy Roberts is a podcaster, pastor, realtor, husband and one of the forces behind Sir Walter Miler. A great runner, Sandy's best mile time is 4:01.21, less than 2-seconds from joining the Sub-4:00 Miler Club, an achievement more rare than climbing Mt. Everest. In this episode, Sandy shares his past joy, determination and frustration that pivots a…
 
Tommy and Dusty chit chat about some self-care habits (1:45) before jumping into a list of positive outcomes brought about by pandemic(14:45). Find Ourselves QoW: "What do I need to get off my chest?" (1:13:00) Tommy's Recommendation: Therapy Dusty's Recommendation: Irresistible on HBO Max Please rate and review the podcast, and share it with anyon…
 
We are joined by NYC DSA Debt and Finance Working Group leader Jenny Zhang to talk about their cutting edge state-level Tax the Rich campaign. Follow the NYC DSA Debt & Finance Working Group on twitter here. Learn more about the Tax the Rich campaign here. Read an explanation of Tax the Rich's six proposals here. Learn more about the Democracy Poli…
 
Dusty and Tommy discuss the death of Rush Limbaugh and whether following current events in the news matters, or if the business of journalism has erased the mission of journalism. Then, they grapple with the some emotional reactions to America's ugly past, and how it feels to "rewrite history." Find Ourselves QoW: "In what ways do I want to be like…
 
In our inaugural episode, we are joined by cooperative lawyer Jason Wiener to talk cooperatives, employee ownership, and the inspiring Main Street Phoenix project. Follow Jason's legal work here. Learn about the Main Street Phoenix Project here. Follow Jason on twitter at and watch Jason's Harvard Law Forum speech here. Learn more about the Democra…
 
Grace Casey is the woman behind Marrow Design. Grace speaks with Tommy and Dusty about managing life after brain surgery, the complexities and joys involved with the transracial adoption of her two children, and how brokenness is an incredible opportunity for blessing. She shares how she controls inputs to evolve her perspective, and why she emphas…
 
With Tom Brady heading to another Super Bowl and Mat Fraser retiring after 5 years as a CrossFit champion, Dusty and Tommy discuss what it must be like to be the best in one's field. Is it worth it? Finding Ourselves QoW: "What do I keep doing that keeps hurting? Why do I keep repeating this behavior?" Tommy's Recommendation: Yellowstone on Peacock…
 
Mike Mabunga left the tech industry in 2018 to travel the world. He started in Europe, made his way across southeast Asia with plans to land on the coast of Australia. Talking with Tommy and Dusty, he shares lessons of self-discovery, empathy for others, and why braving new events is so beneficial. Find Ourselves QoW: "What's the most exciting impr…
 
Dusty and Tommy explore emotions around this week's presidential inauguration. Is a new president good, bad, or business as usual for individual American's? How does the first female vice-president impact our nation? Find Ourselves QoW: "What is one truth I've recently come to terms with?" Tommy's Recommendation: Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to…
 
Jeremy Mohler is a writer who actively advocates for public institutions that work for all of us, not just the wealthy few. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, USA Today, Jacobin, and elsewhere. Jeremy is also a mindfulness coach. His podcast, Meditation for the 99%, takes meditation out of faraway monasteries, expensive retreat center…
 
Tommy and Dusty reunite after the historic events of January 6th, 2021. They attempt to unravel the complicated emotions and implications of a tragic day. In other news: Dusty's baby girl arrived on January 5th! Find Ourselves QoW: "How would I describe my relationship with myself?" Tommy's Recommendation: Disney and Pixar's Soul Dusty's Recommenda…
 
With Tommy in life-altering shoulder surgery, Dusty braves a solo podcast to explain the why and how of utilizing an accountability mirror. Dusty has used an accountability mirror eery day for 104 straight weeks and gives it full credit for the following: Running the Chicago Marathon Decreasing his Screen Time by 90min a day (giving him back the eq…
 
A friend's engagement gets Tommy and Dusty thinking about how they proposed to their own wives, and what is special and unique about the insecurity and hope of that moment. On the topic of new beginnings, they discuss goals 2021 and the methodology for achieving those goals. We're Not Really Strangers question of the week: "Who intimidates me? Why …
 
Ryan Varga is a lifestyle photographer living in Denver Colorado. He's done work for brands like Nike and Lululemon Athletica. He's developed this avenue of creative expression while working a full-time job in the tech industry, and is currently exploring his own identity through the craft. Tommy and Dusty talk to him about why having a creative ou…
 
Tommy and Dusty compare their personal Top 5 Christmas movie lists in a holly-jolly episode, eventually settling on a consensus pick for the best Christmas movie ever made. Finding Ourselves Question of the Week from We're Not Really Strangers: "What can I be kinder towards myself for today?" Tommy's Small Business Recommendation: Sola Coffee Dusty…
 
Tommy helps Dusty commemorate the 4-year anniversary week of his leukemia diagnosis (and the subsequent postponement of his wedding). Discussion includes rebounding from trauma, how lows are necessary for trauma, and the importance of not letting ideas of a past self define one's present and future. To wrap, Tommy & Dusty tackle one question from t…
 
Tommy and Dusty explain what you can expect from Looks Like We're Lost. Then, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, they discuss their daily gratitude practices and why thankfulness has improved their quality of life. Questions of the week: Tommy: Is there a recent gift or action that has created an immense amount of gratitude in your life? Dusty: …
 
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