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Hey, Cool Job!
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The best podcast about jobs — "Hey, Cool Job!" The best minipod about mental health and creativity - "Hey, Cool Life!"
 
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A beautiful, tender conversation about artistic process, anxiety and self-fulfillment. And how emails are so stressful and IG DMs are better.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Fear has no arms and legs. It’s only when it compels you to action or inaction that it can truly bite you. This is for those days that you feel entitled to things you can’t seem to find—wisdom, insight, skill—and the self-loathing that can come from this hubris. Another reminder that creativity and recovery are not linear and accepting where yo ...…
 
This is about those days where you build little belief systems around every action. Where you think there’s a right and wrong answer to everything from what you eat to the order in which you do things. Those fearful, superstitious days where you’re convinced that just knowing the outcome will help you move forward despite knowing in your heart ...…
 
Do you ever get confused when the work that is fluid and loose and maybe even a little easy isn’t the work that you intended to make? This is about how the work that comes most naturally may not be what you want to explore and how distracting and flummoxing the experience can be.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
This episode is about competitive spirituality and cataclysmic thinking around recovery. And how “vague dressing” helps me get out the door on summer days when there’s too much pressure to be #Fashion.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
This is about indecision, how you can feel dread around the right decision for you, and being superstitious about the “right” way to do creative work because of the seductive nature of the muse narrative.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Job Episode 36: SNL's Bowen Yang by Mary H.K. ChoiBy Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Okay, so you might be a perfectionist even if you’re messy and slightly lazy. But you also might be emotionally immature as a person who was considered precocious since forever. How to deal with the world when you’re conflict avoidant to the point of being people avoidant.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Some days are challenging and that's okay. This is a gentle reminder that feelings are not facts and that your version of a story can become more neutral and less painful with time. (As long as you don’t apply a thing to that feeling or try to “fix it” or seek revenge.)By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
This is about that negative headspace. Where you feel like you’re in the upside down or a sunken place of your own making because you regret a decision about work or where you elected to be. This is also about how to gently move through it, stay curious about what you can learn and channeling that data into gratitude.…
 
Hey, Cool Job Episode 35: Of A Kind's Erica Cerulo And Claire Mazur by Mary H.K. ChoiBy Mary H.K. Choi.
 
How I prepare for overwhelmingly exciting, challenging and vulnerable events as an anxious introvert. (Aka: Book promo is a gift and a curse)By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
This is about bad days. Where you feel like you’re doing all the work and yet you still get walloped by large overwhelming feelings of shame and pain. Days where all you can do is find solace in impermanence and eventually find words to talk about it.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
What do you allow yourself to want? And is it limited by the shame in admitting what you may not achieve? Or are your delusions of grandeur and magical thinking clouding the things you can truly work towards?By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Addictions as parasitic organisms that have a strong biological imperative to survive. And how it’s surprising what materials they’ll use as fuel.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Is Instagram a necessary tool to stay abreast of your industry or is it noise in which you lose your own voice and vision?By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Are you a sleeper perfectionist? To where you’re not Type A so you think you can’t be (and you might even think you’re “lazy”) but you get super anxious and discouraged when things don’t go according to Your Plan?By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
This one is about seeking help for abusing work as my eating disorder gets quieter.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Deadlines, taxes, skirmishes with reality. This is a small prayer for a tough week.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Phone calls part 2! Why we have to have them. Why you can’t fail at them. And how to get out of the obsession that the other person is judging you.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Phone calls! Chapter 1: How to endure the performance anxiety and the dread of work calls. And what to do when you have to have one!By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
What if there’s no getting “better” at anything? Will you be free or will you bug out?By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Are you waiting for permission to do something? Is your answer no but your actions and beliefs say otherwise?By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
"Warmer, warmer, colder, colder." A tiny, extremely useful exercise to locate your intuition in all situations that inspire indecision.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
More on deadlines. And how there isn’t one when it comes to wellness. Even if you’re impatient and it feels like your calendar/press/everyone else says, “optimize now or die.”By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
How calendar alerts don’t work for me except to cause panic about impending deadlines. But how blocking out appointments to do the work in my calendar makes me feel safe. More SUPER obvious stuff that I am just finding out. And how recovery is eye opening in new collaborations when you’ve never been able to hold down a job before.…
 
More on money. Pay freelancers $200 every time you “pick their brain.” It inspires everyone to prepare for the meeting in an appropriate way and invites clarity and zero resentment around expectations and value. Plus, this is business! Pay your friends if they have to wear business hats.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #minipod about mental health and creativity from author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 66 is about emerging from addiction and realizing you’ve been living in administrative squalor your whole career as it relates to scheduling, invoicing and where a random retirement fund is living. And forgiving yourself while being patient as y ...…
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #minipod of Hey, Cool Job! with a focus on mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 65 is about why anyone in their right mind would be sober if they’re not an alcoholic.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! Is a #minipod of Hey, Cool Job! with a focus on mental health and creativity from New York Times Bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 64 is about how to be sober when New York is New Yorking all over you in the best, most exciting and slightly terrifying way.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! Is a #minipod of Hey, Cool Job! that focuses on mental health and creativity from New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 63 is about how to remove the value judgment in people not liking you.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! Is a #minipod by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 62 is how friendships change when you get sober and become mindful. And how rehearsing “concern troll” speeches about friends’ character flaws may be a sign for everyone to move on.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 61 is about time. And how it works. And how making unilateral decision about how long you think things take and how long they actually take merits investigation.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #minipod of Hey, Cool Job! with a focus on mental health and creativity by author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 60 is about the anxiety cycle of knowing that you don’t know something and attempting to ignore it. And a note on emotional black holes and energy vampires.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! Is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 59 is about the mental toll and physical expense of people pleasing.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 58 is about surrender around your appearance as a person with food addiction and body dysmorphia.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 57 is about how anxiety can ramp up in times of much-needed rest.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 56 is about the framing that helps me not take rejection personally. And how if you're thinking of 12 step for recovery, the one that you think is the ABSOLUTE OPPOSITE of the one you need might actually be the one for you. x…
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 55 is about gaslighting yourself into thinking you're cured/better/fixed/"normal". And the underlying control issues that may be contributing to this.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 54 is about the guilt, shame and discomfort that comes with not creating every day. And the homework of NOT working when you're exhausted.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 53 is about how punitive we can be to ourselves for our anxiety and depression. And how subconsciously searching for culprits to our moods and feelings can be exhausting in end of itself.…
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 52 is about the importance of medication and outside help. And how gentleness and mindfulness cannot disrupt depression and anxiety in times of crisis.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! Episode 51; 2/26/19 by Mary H.K. ChoiBy Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 50 is about how meditation strengthens the muscle that resists fuckshit and addictive behavior patterns. And what familiar but nebulous phenomena like "focus" and "intuition" actually feel like inside a brain.…
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 49 is about sobriety from alcohol as it relates to other addictions. And the simplest, kindest test that can help determine whether or not you want to say yes to a work opportunity.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 48 is about how gentleness around large projects improve perspective and quality. And how mindfulness around "fake mini deadlines" in an overwhelming work can be kinder to your body and brain.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! episode 47 is about how self-perception inventories are illuminating, Karl Lagerfeld and **trigger warning for eating disorders: the most conclusive litmus test that allowed me to know whether or not I had an ED.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 46 is about the delusion and mistrust inherent in rehearsing confrontations. And how that can cause you to rage-quit people and jobs without closure or understanding.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 45 is a continuation on the topics in 44: How there is no failure only more data. But mistakes are its own kind of data. Especially repeated mistakes as it relates to addiction. Plus, an invitation to use something that you're saving for Future You and ...…
 
Hey, Cool Life! is a #micropod about mental health and creativity by Mary H.K. Choi. Episode 44 is about how to trust in the creative process to minimize indecision and reframing failure as a construct.By Mary H.K. Choi.
 
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