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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about life’s futility and how feelings of significance can be found through gratitude and joyfulness.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- What is actually sustainable in our lives?
- Why life is like building sandcastles.
- Joel shares the grinding, futile experience in his prior day job.
- Can we be too attached to outcomes?
- How can enjoyment and discipline co-exist?
- What the Sisyphus Conundrum has to do with you.
- Are social changes futile?
- The fear of changing big systems and institutions.
- How does individuality play into social change?
- Why your individual changes make the difference in society.
- What is your life narrative?
- Why having a legacy isn’t the only kind of significance you can have.
- Should impermanence be a part of your narrative?
- When you don’t have a faith system in your life.
- Bertrand Russell’s take on how time affects your life narrative.
- The most important questions to ask yourself.
- What does gratitude have to do with change and meaning?
- What actually creates abundance in our lives?
- The key to opening the door of enjoyment in life.
- When we really understand what gratitude is.
- Is gratitude an ambition killer?
- What we lose when we grow, according to Dr. Dario Nardi’s Magic Diamond.
- The upside of being one-sided.
- When we get addicted to certain feelings.
- What if we are living out of impossible or futile goals?
- Getting to know our paradoxes.
- Why finding your balance is everything.
- The true, ultimate skill and goal that fights futility.
- When you choose your perspective and narrative.
- Does Extraverted Feeling (Harmony) reduce futility?
- Why kindness is beyond valuable…and what it really is.
- Antonia sends her love to ISTJs.
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