Summary: Where we are convinced that the more we long for in life is available to us, and we can live into it every day.
This week the guys dig in to the age old question, "who am I?". Where do we find our identity and how can we be confident in who we are?
It's too easy to be distracted, rushed, and weighed down during the holidays. This week, Russ and Mike discuss the dangers of nostalgia, the joy of traditions, and how to enjoy the holiday season.
Grit is the passion and perseverance for long-term and meaningful goals. Knowing when to work hard and when to rest well is crucial for reaching those goals. The guys are taking a break for the rest of the month. They'll be back in December.
This week the guys pause to assess how they are living into more.
In this episode, we discuss how to take action in making change.
This week Russ and Mike continue their discussion about navigating change and focus in on defining the your needs, problems or wants and collecting all the possible ways you can meet, solve or achieve them.
Change is inevitable. Russ and Mike discuss how we can best navigate change in our lives beginning with imagining new possibiities and new ways to live.
Russ and Mike break down how being liked is better than being loved.
This week, Mike and Russ discuss how we can live into more every day by choosing vulnerability rather than accountability.
Russ and Mike unveil a strategy for living better together.
This week Mike and Russ discuss how growth takes the determination and presence of showing up.
This week Mike and Russ discuss the power of delayed gratification and choosing the pain to get the most out of the pleasures of life.
This week the guys riff on joy as a choice, the connection between joy and progress, and the chief end of being human.
This week Mike and Russ discuss how we best learn and grow, how being loving is better than being right, the words Mike uses when a conversation starts going off the rails, and they invite their listeners to resolve a long standing argument.
In a rare solo episode, Russ attempts to clear up some confusion about how Jesus/Bible people view death and what's on the other side.