This week, Daniel tries to rein in Clay’s dabbling after learning his friend is not going to be trying out Tai Chi. The guys also discuss camping, rock climbing, whether Hat Man’s love life latest can be discussed, consider the gloomy outlook for indy podcasts and they look back at 1994. Inevitably, there are the usual arguments around music.
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In this week’s episode we tackle the question: are your successes your own, or are they the culmination of luck and what others have given you?
In today’s episode, the HATMAN realises he has been breaking rules for a long time. He wonders what purpose our own rules and the rules of others have had upon us.
This week, Clay and Daniel present a shoegazing-themed special, though Daniel’s not convinced Shoegazing is his co-host’s thing. Meantime, the gadget-loving American tries to persuade Daniel that he really is all at one with nature, before proceeding to show him his latest gadgets. In and around the shoegazing (and songs that may not actually fit into the shoegazing genre after all), the guys talk Proms, deep breathing techniques, baldness, and more.
In today’s podcast, the HATMAN introduces us to Robert Frost and challenges his words of “good fences making good neighbours”.
This week we explore time on a number of levels.
Sarah is a full-time mediation teacher. I took a pause in our walk to ask her about meditation and what it means to her and to understand a little bit about her philosophy on teaching meditation.
Meditation is making your mind your friend rather than your master controlling you.
This week, Clay and Daniel talk tacos (soft or hard shell?), Judo, ghostly experiences, delve deeper into just where it might have gone wrong for creators in the digital age, and as usual, take issue with one or two of the other’s song choices.
This week’s episode coincided with the National Day of Reflection here in the UK. Taking a pause for the cause was a great idea.
We’ve been in this lockdown gig for a year now. We’ve changed our ways of working, our ways of relating to people, and we’ve changed many of our habitual ways of being.
I hope you were able to make conscious choices about what to change and in making those changes, develop more fit-for-purpose habits.
In this episode, Naomi and I reflect on our individual and collective journeys over the past 12 months of recording this podcast and the changes we’ve made to our lives living in a pandemic world.
Reflection is cool.
Now it’s time to consolidate lessons learned and make plans for the way forward.