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Fewer Things Better.
Good Life Project

Ever wonder, where is the sweet spot between pushing multiple projects forward simultaneously until you see which one is most likely to succeed AND drilling too many wells at the same time, ensuring that you never get enough traction in any to hit oil in any, let alone signal it’s the right one to move forward? If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/fewer-things-better/

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Charity Tillemann-Dick: Singing For Her Life (with someone else's lungs).
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Charity Tillemann-Dick grew up in Denver, CO, with her 10 brothers and sisters. She loved to sing from her earliest memories, so she did the logical thing; graduated high school 3 years early, sped through college...and became a political operative by her late teens! What?! If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/charity-tillemann-dick/

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To Earn More, Don't Just Ask, Believe.
Good Life Project

Want to get paid what you're worth? Don't just demand it, believe it. It's not enough to raise your rates or demand a raise, you need to believe you're worth it. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/earn-more/

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Heather Harpham: Life and Death, Love and Family.
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She wanted a family, he didn't. What happened next, neither saw coming. In this week's conversation, Heather Harpham takes us into her whirlwind romance with a writer that led to a seemingly endless series of unexpected turns. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/heather-harpham/

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The Drum Major Instinct | Pain, Pills and Emotion.
Good Life Project

What if greatness isn't about what you accomplish, but how you serve? That's what we're talking about in today's riff. And, in our Good Life Science Update, we dive into a fascinating analysis of studies that reveal something stunning about over-the-counter pain medicine If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/the-drum-major-instinct/

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Stan Tatkin: Love, Danger, Deviance and Conflict.
Good Life Project

How do you keep love alive? It's not what you think! This week, we're diving deep into love, romance, danger, conflict, fact, fantasy and truth with Dr. Stan Tatkin. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/stan-tatkin/

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I Fasted for 7 Days, Here's What Happened.
Good Life Project

Why would anyone try fasting for 7-days? Research shows potential mega-benefits, anti-inflammation, pain-reduction, weight loss and immune boosting. I got curious, so I decided to run my own experiment. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more athttp://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/fasting/

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Matthieu Ricard: World's Happiest Man on What Really Matters.
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Scientist turned Buddhist monk, Mathieu Ricard, reveals deeper meaning of life, consciousness, meditation and the brain. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/matthieu-ricard/

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Walking in the Rain | Screen-time and Happiness.
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Burned-out? Overwhelmed? Try walking in the rain. It's the ultimate recovery trifecta - nature, movement and solitude. And, in science - happiness and screen-time. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/walk-rain-happiness/

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Samantha Paige: Radical Decisions and Reclaiming Identity.
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Samantha Paige is a cancer survivor and BRCA1 previvor, mother, artist and philanthropist who made a radical decision to reclaim her body and identity. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/samantha-paige/

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Why You Need a Teacher (even if you're sure you don't).
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If you don't have a teacher, you're cheating yourself. You can only get so far on your own. Even if you're really smart. You need a teacher for "directed practice." If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/no-teacher-you-lose-your-brain-on-nature

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Scott Stabile: Big Love.
Good Life Project

If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/scott-stabile/ Scott Stabile had every reason to be angry with the world, but he chose love instead. Living with a wide-open heart and what he calls "big love."

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Validation Fever | Heart Science.
Good Life Project

Asking for advice, but secretly seeking validation? You're not alone. Here's what to do about it. And, in science news, an exercise that reverses heart disease. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/validation-fever/

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Lea Waters: Reclaiming Strength Out of Darkness
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Conversation with Lea Waters, how a childhood that held darkness and abuse led to years of suffering, but became source of transformation, strength and healing. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/lea-waters/

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A Fat That Makes You Thin [New Research].
Good Life Project

What if there was a type of fat that actually made you lose weight? New research show there is. And we can make it in our bodies. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/brown-fat-lose-weigth/

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To Succeed at Anything, Do This. [Best of]
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Success is not just about knowing what to do. It is about doing it. Learn Jonathan Fields' acclaimed 7P Success Scaffolding to turn your dream into reality! If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/to-succeed-at-anything-success/

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How to Close the Books on 2017 | Amber for Sleep
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Year-end goals and reflections are great, but they miss a key step, "closing the books." We show you how. In science, how amber glasses help you sleep. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/goals-closing-the-books-amber-sleep/

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Charles Duhigg: The Power of Habit [Best of]
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How to create a good habit. Bad habits ones can wreak havoc, great habits can fuel success. Charles Duhigg explores how to build great habits. If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/charles-duhigg-power-habit-best/

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The Creative Cave Myth | Rainy Days and Pain
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Can you spend all your time being creative, and not worry about building your social media profiles? And, in science, does rain make your bones ache? If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/creative-cave/

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Courtney Carver: On Simplicity, M.S., Love and Stress.
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If you enjoyed this episode check out show notes and more at http://www.goodlifeproject.com/courtney-carver/ Courtney Carver believes simplicity is the way back to love. But, her wake-up call was a diagnosis of MS, and the connection between stuff and stress.

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