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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about alcohol and killing your heroes as they get progressively more inebriated. (WARNING: explicit content)

In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Mark & Brian Morning Show
  • Drunk History
  • Imposter Syndrome Podcast
  • Everybody is an imposter
  • Reframe your relationship with us
  • We like being guides but not heroes.
  • People take personal development way too far.
  • Leave room for fun.
  • Joel was raised in a teetotaling household
  • Drinking helped Joel reframe the things he had always believed without question
  • Tim Ferris podcast with the sommelier
  • The audience is responsible for their own experience
  • Dumbo and his feather
  • Humanize the people you follow.
  • Psychedelic podcast
  • If you’re projecting onto other people a capacity you do not recognize in yourself, when they go away, it feels like the capacity goes away.
  • Give yourself to permission to recognize the same capacity in yourself.
  • Antonia knew her religion was offending her Introverted Thinking
  • Her Extraverted Feeling tertiary was freaking out because she knew she would lose everybody who mattered to her.
  • She couldn’t shut out her Ti and make peace with everyone else
  • Alcohol was her way to anesthetize the Ti.
  • Coaching a junkie in the back of a van while she was knock-out drunk
  • The higher-minded some people get the less likely they are to laugh
  • “All humor is rooted in pain.” –Carol Burnett
  • Don’t take yourself so seriously.
  • Humor isn’t always rooted in pain.
  • Humor can be rooted in emotional satisfaction or relief of tension when someone says something you were thinking but afraid to say.
  • Personal development without humor is a smoke screen
  • Humor may be one of our most ancient emotions.
  • All mammals laugh.
  • When people are humorless about personal development, it is because they are protecting something they are afraid to touch.
  • They are making decisions about things from a place of fear.
  • Any time we come from a place that removes permission from us means we are coming from a place of fear and scarcity instead of knowing and abundance.
  • “I did drugs and drugs were bad,” is a Graves 3 experience level.
  • You did drugs when you didn’t know why you were doing them.
  • As you keep going up the spiral and you get to Green – Graves 6 – you start opening yourself up to useful technologies that some people may have abused at earlier levels – like psychedelics.
  • Psychedelics have their uses in higher Graves levels.
  • Kill your heroes!
  • Don’t be afraid of undiscovered territory.
  • The scary things are coming from a place of scarcity
  • Don’t let your cognitive dissonance get you down.
  • Be funny!
  • Don’t take yourself too seriously.

 In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about alcohol and killing your heroes as they get progressively more inebriated. (WARNING: explicit content)

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  • Alex
    • Alex
    • February 5, 2021 at 12:26 pm

    206 episodes, Joel asking “ME” to leave a comment ;)… It took you drinking to make me wanna say how much you’re amazing people that saved my needs of intuitive thinking during the pandemic. LOVED IT! My heart was filled with laughter everytime I heard Antonia giggling at Joel’s attempts to talk clearly, you’re so cute !
    Can’t wait to be up to date with your new content, about how you see life and the world in pandemic mode.

  • barry lough
    • barry lough
    • August 24, 2019 at 3:29 pm

    Amusing. Reminds me of Bob & Doug McKenzie.

  • Steph
    • Steph
    • July 26, 2018 at 7:25 pm

    You two are brilliant together. I especially enjoyed the “drinking podcast”. Keeping it real and fun. Don’t change.

  • DT
    • DT
    • June 24, 2018 at 5:01 pm

    This podcast was SO epic it made we leave a comment (others have been epic, this is epic…er). It was great to peak behind the curtain and there were some great insights. Thank you!

    Drink responsibly. Podcast irresponsibly ;)

  • Warren Delacruz
    • Warren Delacruz
    • May 8, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Thank you so much for doing this. I’ve binged your podcasts since discovering them, and although I do laugh while listening to other episodes, I found myself smiling throughout this entire session.

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