Sean Croxton teaches us about JERF, Just Eat Real Foods. We learn exactly what real food is, how our friends sabotage us when we’re trying to lose weight, why it’s important to have good reasons to get healthy, the importance of sleep, and how Sean gained a fear of planes!
You can find Sean below:
Bumper music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0H3RlaQVrM
I welcome back Pete Gerlach to discuss psychology and self-help. We cover his great article “Five Epidemic Personal, Marital, and Family Hazards”:
Here is the link to his free 7 lesson self-improvement course mentioned during the show:
Pete’s youtube channel:
Pete provides phone consultations:
Or find a local therapist who specializes in IFS therapy (Inner Family systems):
An interview with Dr. Faye Snyder about RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder):
Two Beers with Steve has now become the Choice Conversations podcast. In this show we learn about the host’s journey; how he unplugged from the matrix.
Below are links to several items mentioned during the show.
Peter Gerlach’s “Break the Cycle” website: http://sfhelp.org/pop/course.htm
Wes Bertrand and Complete Liberty: http://completeliberty.com/
The Market for Liberty free audio book: http://podiobooks.com/title/the-market-for-liberty/
True News 13: Statism is Dead - Part 3 - The Matrix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P772Eb63qIY
How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World by Harry Browne: http://www.amazon.com/How-Found-Freedom-Unfree-World/dp/0965603679/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1366068892&sr=1-1&keywords=how+i+found+freedom+in+an+unfree+world
Nathaniel Brandon sentence completion exercises:
Bumper music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xA84aIAWEk
Our guest this week is Andy Craig, CEO & Founder of Plain English Finance. We talk about his book “Own the World,” which is about the importance of learning to invest; why everyone can and should manage their own money.
Learn more about Andy at his blog: http://plainenglishfinance.com/
Here are links to the free newsletters Andy mentions during the show:
This show is a short conversation Steve and I had while waiting to interview Andy Craig. We talked about parenting, specifically Alfie Kohn’s great book Unconditional Parenting. Since the topic of this opening discussion was dramatically different then the topic of our interview of Andy Craig (which was finance/investing), I decided to break the discussion up into two separate podcasts.
Here is a link to Wes Bertrand’s reading of the book Unconditional Parenting, as discussed during the show:
This week Dan Carlin joins us to mix a little history into the discussion. Dan is the host of a political podcast called Common Sense, as well as one on history called Hardcore History. On the latter, he recently did a series on the Mongol empire, and that is the discussion for today’s show.
I had a blast doing this show, getting to pick Dan’s brain on a variety of points about the colorful story of the Mongols. Check out his web site for more:
In this week's show we revisit a question from the last podcast, is society truly progressing? To help us answer the question we have a round table discussion. Hosts Steve and Chris are joined by previous guests Wes Bertrand of the Complete Liberty Podcast and Brett Veinotte from the Schools Sucks Project. Listen to the show to discover why we almost titled this episode "The Philosophy of Hookers."
Steve returns from vacation to engage in one of the more unusual podcasts we have ever done. Steve subjects Chris Stefanick to a scenario in which he changes the incentives of the scenario through a series of questions.
Recently Steve has been experimenting with this series of questions in an effort to expose the perverse incentives behind government redistribution. Obviously the experiment is still evolving and Steve would gladly accept different scenarios and questions to add to his experiments. If you are interested in helping out just contact us at email@example.com
On today’s show we talk to Dayna Martin, the UnNanny. We discuss her book, Radical Unschooling, and the odyssey she has been on with her family living the life style. It was amazing to hear how different life can be if you do not follow the main stream paradigm.
I encourage you to check out more of the great work she is doing:
This week’s guest is Wes Bertrand from the Complete Liberty podcast. We cover psychology, ethics, parenting, statism, nutrition; seemingly no topic is off limits!
Wes is so well rounded he has four different websites, each with a different focus. I encourage you to explore them.
Brett Venoitte of The School Sucks Project joins us to discuss the reason why he does not call our school system the 'Education System', the chief reason is that education is not the goal of our current school system. Brett elaborates on how he does not think reforming our current system will do any good.
Along with many criticisms of the current public school system Brett also gives his vision of restoring critical thinking skills into a truly educational system, something our current system lacks.
We invited Peter Gerlach to talk about his 7 Self-Help Improvement Lessons.
1) Free your wise resident true Self and reduce two to six "wounds."
2) Learn effective thinking and communication basics and skills
3) Learn to practice healthy three-level grief
4) Learn how to choose and maintain high-nurturance relationships
5) Learn how to evolve and maintain high-nurturance families
6) Learn kids' needs and effective parenting basics and skills
7) Use lessons 1-6 to evolve a high-nurturance stepfamily