Work Life Play With Aaron Mchugh

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Synopsis

Work Life Play where we are on a hunt to discovering sustainable rhythms. Be adventurous. Live curiously. Find work you love. Learn to play and Get outside everyday.

Episodes

  • Joy at the Finish line with Sufferfest Beer Company CEO Caitlin Landesberg

    Joy at the Finish line with Sufferfest Beer Company CEO Caitlin Landesberg

    17/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    My guest today on Work Life Play is Caitlin Landesberg, founder and CEO of Sufferfest Beer Company, for those who believe in earning their beer. Caitlin Landesberg is an Athlete, long-distance trail runner, and is relentlessly curious. We talk about living fully, pursuing wormholes with curiosity and abandoning demands for outcomes. Her disarming charm, tech-startup roots tenacity kneaded the gospel of Sufferfest Beer one finish line and neighborhood grocery story at a time. Here is her story.

  • The Depressed Brain and Finding Hope Again with Andrew Jensen #180

    The Depressed Brain and Finding Hope Again with Andrew Jensen #180

    10/04/2020 Duration: 23min

    My guest today is Canadian Andrew Jensen, PGA pro tour golfer and avid spokesman for the pitfalls and hope for those of us who struggle with depression and anxiety. "I turned pro and embarked on just this lonely, isolated life and isolation is not good for the depressed brain." Rich, earnest and real. I know you'll enjoy his story today. 

  • Change Your Life by Unlocking Your True Motivation with Bryan Falchuk #179

    Change Your Life by Unlocking Your True Motivation with Bryan Falchuk #179

    03/04/2020 Duration: 23min

    In 2018, I interviewed Bryan Falchuk, author of Do a Day: How to Live a Better Life Everyday. What struck me about Bryan was how his lowest-life moment, became his redefining inspiration. Here’s what he had to say, “I walked into our room and my wife’s in bed, my son’s standing there and he’s looking at his mother who’s dying in front of his eyes and he turns and looks at me and it all smacked me in the face. It’s like, ’what are you doing? You’re failing her. You’re failing him. And I’m feeling ‘why do I have to have such a miserable life,’ everything’s falling apart and somehow I’m still standing and I’m not homeless and I’m not, missing a limb or, some other much more extreme thing. So maybe it’s not as bad as I always am so insistent that it is and all that just hit me in that moment.”

  • Transcending the Cult of Average with Tom Davis #178

    Transcending the Cult of Average with Tom Davis #178

    27/03/2020 Duration: 50min

    What is the Cult of Average? Today, my friend and guest Tom Davis liberates our thinking by guiding us to a values-based operating system for our lives. A ‘pay the rent’ lifestyle is one that is based on living life for other people. It's about paying the rent, paying my bills, going to my job, doing what everybody else tells me. What happens is, slowly but surely, I start to erode away. I start to disappear because the things that matter to me, my core values, the ‘why I do what I do,’ there is no time for them anymore. There's no me because I'm just trying to survive. That's the problem with survival mode; all you're doing is getting through the day. You go home and you collapse and say, "I was so busy working, but what did I actually do that mattered?"

  • Why We Need a Whole Heart | My talk from my book release #177

    Why We Need a Whole Heart | My talk from my book release #177

    21/03/2020 Duration: 47min

    Usually, I wouldn't write an introduction to a podcast episode that I am the "guest" or the speaker. But hey, this is the best talk I've ever given at my new book launch party on February 1st, Fire Your Boss: Discover Work Your Love Without Quitting Your Job, What makes that accurate? Ninety of some of my favorite humans on the planet were in the room transferred to me through osmosis, and I gained strength as the evening unfolded. Which meant I spoke with boldness and brightness that I long to embody daily. The second and equally equitable, I love people. Deeply. I love the hearts, minds, and lives of people in the daily context of the world of work. My big heart and my decades of living on the front-lines of enterprise corroborate my assignment as a watchman to our hearts arousing at work.

  • Feast or Famine? Walking Over the Edge with Alastair Humphreys #176

    Feast or Famine? Walking Over the Edge with Alastair Humphreys #176

    19/03/2020 Duration: 46min

    Alastair Humphreys is unusual. He cycled around the world (46,000 miles) and rowed across the Atlantic Ocean unsupported. Those feats are unusual, but more accessible for the commoner are his microadventures, short, local, burts of curious wanderings out your front door. I'd pair beautiful and unusual together to give a crisper coupling of his leadership invitation to each of us "Live Adventurously". Motivational speaker, Author, and Good Human, Alastair is the real deal.

  • Peb Jackson on Emptying Yourself and Blank Spots on the Map #175

    Peb Jackson on Emptying Yourself and Blank Spots on the Map #175

    05/03/2020 Duration: 49min

    Peb Jackson is uncommonly attracted to risk and survival. Today at age 75 it remains true-it's in his bones. We talk about learning to empty yourself, living an adventurous life of the heart and in wild places where blank spots on the map still exist. 

  • Connector. Inviter. Truthteller Leith McHugh #174

    Connector. Inviter. Truthteller Leith McHugh #174

    14/02/2020 Duration: 32min

    Leith McHugh, my lovely wife of 26 years, is in the house today on the Work Life Play podcast. She's up to some amazing things in the world. We talk about "How McHugh's Roll" and the importance of inviting our children into our family ethos. She shares about her LEITH brand, and the coaching work she brings to women focused on identity and story.

  • Running Home with Runner  Author Katie Arnold #173

    Running Home with Runner & Author Katie Arnold #173

    05/02/2020 Duration: 48min

    My guest today on Work Life Play is Ultrarunner, Author, mom, and Outside contributing editor Katie Arnold. Katie's book, Running Home serves as the backdrop for our conversation, "A memoir about grief, motherhood, adventure, and finding your stride".  

  • Closing the Gap- Launch Day #172

    Closing the Gap- Launch Day #172

    14/01/2020 Duration: 07min

    Today. Closing the gap between where I was and where I am. Choices. Tradeoffs. Grace. Reboot. Start. Rest. Pray. Reflect. Celebrate. My book goes live today into the world. A decade ago, I sat on my back patio and wrote the first draft of this liberating idea for Firing My Boss. My life changed that day. Not all at once, but it sparked the beginning of a journey. I remember deciding to make that manifesto available in a print self-published version. A friend asked, "why self-publish?" Me, "I don't want to wait to be picked". I had something inside of me that I had to get out and I didn't want the world of publishing to be the "committee" for deciding if my words lived. Available wherever books are sold including in Barnes and Noble stores (In stock in select stores).

  • Breaking Radio Silence-My New Book #171

    Breaking Radio Silence-My New Book #171

    08/01/2020 Duration: 19min

    Wake up to your life. It’s time to make a ruckus at work. Hi friends, new and old, after 10 years of soulful wrestle, iteration and innovation, I’m excited to announce the release of my new book. Fire your boss-discovering work you love without quitting your job is about becoming wholehearted. Yes it’s about work, and it’s about living true in all that you create in the world. Check it out anywhere books are sold. Keep going-Aaron *Join my 2020 Analog experiment

  • The Far Green Country with Eli Pyke #170

    The Far Green Country with Eli Pyke #170

    28/01/2019 Duration: 36min

    The Far Green Country, a documentary film about RV living in the national parks, marriage, and parenting. Eli Pyke shares his story of he and his family living in an RV for a year as they reset their lives.

  • When You Deny Youre Burning Out with Jen Fisher #169

    When You Deny You're Burning Out with Jen Fisher #169

    28/01/2019 Duration: 36min

    Our world is fast-paced, being everything to everyone at all times (except to ourselves), and the demands of our modern world aren't sustainable if we don't learn to listen to our body, mind, and spirit to excel in our life, work and relationships. Here is Jen Fisher's story of burning out and today leads as the Managing Director of Well-Being at Deloitte consulting.

  • And Sons  The Young Mans Soul #168

    And Sons & The Young Man's Soul #168

    16/11/2018 Duration: 41min

    Today's interview is with Blaine and Sam Eldredge with And Son's Magazine. We talk about their eight-year dream of creating a print magazine, the power of transformation v.s. entertainment, masculinity as a lens by which we can view everything else, in defense of millennials, the joy of words, vulnerability and going first, the temptation to quit, brotherhood and hearing God's voice.

  • Mapping The Health of Your Relationships | Reboot Live Part 3 | #167

    Mapping The Health of Your Relationships | Reboot Live Part 3 | #167

    09/11/2018 Duration: 20min

    Which relationships bring you life? Do you know which relationships drain your energy? Begin by mapping your relationships across your work and life to gain insight about where you need to invest your time and energy. 

  • What Do You Value Most? | Reboot Live Part 2 | #166

    What Do You Value Most? | Reboot Live Part 2 | #166

    03/11/2018 Duration: 29min

    What do you value most, not your stuff, but deeper than the stuff you own?

  • Mapping What Matters Most Reboot Live | Part 1 | #165

    Mapping What Matters Most Reboot Live | Part 1 | #165

    14/10/2018 Duration: 43min

    Today's podcast is from session #1 from Reboot Live last October 2017. Last year, we held two Reboot Experience Workshop and took people on an inward journey to answer big questions like what do you want in life? And How do I find my path to a well-lived joyful life?

  • Listening To The Voice of Light and Easy #164

    Listening To The Voice of Light and Easy #164

    07/10/2018 Duration: 07min

    What if you listened to the voice of light and easy? What would it tell you to do? What truth would it remind you of? Maybe things are about to go great for you in your career, with your relationships and in that new thing you want to try. Lean in and listen.

  • Revealing Light From Darkness with Artist Mark Evans #163

    Revealing Light From Darkness with Artist Mark Evans #163

    04/07/2018 Duration: 54min

    Mark Evans carves into leather hides to reveal light from darkness. As a kid, he started drawing and his Archimedes moment came when a drop of blood stained his new Christmas present, a leather jacket. He pulled out his boyhood knives to scratch off the blood which revealed this discovery of a now eighteen year career. To tell his story, we drove our JoyBus to an empty dirt road and retraced his life, love and art.

  • Beyond Profits at Hari Mari with Jeremy Stewart #162

    Beyond Profits at Hari Mari with Jeremy Stewart #162

    21/06/2018 Duration: 33min

    Jeremy Stewart and I talked flip flops, political science, pediatric cancer and the power of why. Learn from his wisdom in this episode.  Wanting to do more than just create a great flip flop and stunned to learn that pediatric cancer is the most fatal disease among American children – more fatal than almost all other childhood diseases combined – Hari Mari set out to help.

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