I See Rivers

Completely enamored with I See Rivers since I saw them perform at the Do Lectures a few weeks ago and I have been listening to their tunes nonstop ever since.

Calamari Will Never Be The Same

The fine folks of This American Life got a tip about a meat plant selling pig intestines as fake calamari. They investigated and now I can never eat Calamari again.

Listen in.

The Feedback Rush



In this Hurrly Slowly episode on Feedback Jocelyn speaks on how criticism constrains creativity, while questions and appreciations help it expand. And, why effective feedback focuses on outcomes, not just opinions.

It made me rethink how I will give feedback going forward. And, it made me apologize to a friend. Thank you Jocelyn! And, Illustration by Yukai Du

Role Models Podcast

I appreciate the intention behind the Role Models Podcast: Interviewing women with inspiring careers so more women feel encouraged to aim higher.

And I am honored I was asked to be on it. Here’s the most recent episode with yours truly.

Thank you David for your thoughtfulness and making this so easy for me. Also, I talk a mile a minute.

All At Sea

This story by Tim FitzHigham, about crossing the English Channel in a bathtub, must be my favorite The Moth story I have ever heard. It is laugh out funny.

Les Passantes

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Wow! Spike Jonze Ad for Apple!

Some more background info here. Delightful.

(via Kottke)

Alan Watts – Law Of Attraction

James Blake | A Case Of You

(Thanks Chris)

James Blanke “Vincent” (Live)

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Scott Belsky on Decision Making

“When we make a decision, whether it’s good or bad, at least it’s motion. That motion is what moves us forward. Ironically, whether that motion is in the right or wrong direction, at least it’s giving us some better visibility of the terrain around us and helping us learn.”
– Scott Belsky

Taken from the fantsastic Hurry Slowly Podcast Episode with Scott Belsky.

Mr. Soul On Top

I just listened to this The Moth episode by Christian McBride titled Mr. Soul on Top. He tells the story of him falling in love with James Brown’s music and dreaming of one day performing with him on stage. It is nothing short of moving and incredibly inspiring. I will make my kids listen to this one!

I Want My Attention Back!

I always enjoy hearing or reading Craig Mod‘s take on the world. I am glad you interviewed him, Jocelyn!

Hurry Slowly is one of my new favorite podcasts. Subscribe here.

Hurry Slowly

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this conversation between Jocelyn Glei and Jason Fried. It’s the first episode of the podcast called Hurry Slowly, which is all about how you can be more productive, creative, and resilient through the simple act of slowing down. You can subscribe to it in iTunes.

Christine and The Queens



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Cindy Gallop on The Role Models Podcast

In this episode of The Role Models Podcast Cindy Gallop talks on why female role models are just as critical for men as they are for women. As well some really helpful tips on public speaking. Love this woman. So radically fearless.

Ed Sheeran Carpool Karaoke

I love carpool karaoke so much. This one with Ed Sheehan made me smile.

Emotions

Yesterday I posted on Instagram about the book “How Emotions Are Made” and multiple commenters said I should listen to this episode of Invisibilia. They were right. So good.

May I Have This Dance

May I Have This Dance – Francis and the Lights feat. Chance the Rapper

(via Chris)

Talk/Guided Meditation with Tara Brach

A few years back my friend Maria of Brain Pickings pointed me to Tara Brach’s guided meditations. They have carried me through some difficult times and I can’t thank Tara enough for so generously offering these podcasts for free. This morning, I listened to the above talk on relaxing the over-controller and it really hit home. Watch the talk and then enjoy the guided meditation at the end. It’s just what I needed. Maybe some of you do too…

Sounds of NYC

My studiomate Gabe just launched Sounds of NYC in collaboration with Breather (a service I LOVE). So simple. So lovely.

Simon Sinek on CreativeMornings/Podcast

Simon Sinek’s recent CreativeMornings talk just went live on our CreativeMornings Podcast. In his talk, Simon shares insights on millennials, technology, and the importance of empathy in good leadership. We flourish when we’re seen, when our work matters, and when we connect with and understand one another. And he asks: Are you willing to do the hard work of building meaningful relationships?

Listen to it on our podcast or watch the video here.

Moby releases Music for Meditation and Yoga

Moby just released 4 hours worth of music for meditation and Yoga, for free. If you’re into Moby you might be interested in his CreativeMornings talk from 2014.

Miles Davis talks Dizzy and Drawing