Episode Summary

Closing up season 1 of the podcast, this solo episode is bringing you some MOTIVATION to get off your ass and DO THE THING you've been putting off... plus, an intro to The Work That Reconnects, a model I'm learning for holding onto hope in the utter sh*t show that is the state of our environmental and justice crises.

Episode Notes

First of all, THANK YOU. Thank you for using some of your precious minutes to listen to this podcast when you have eighteen billion other phenomenal options.

This little dream of mine feels like it's still in, um, its toddlerhood, but already it has been such a [insert self-mocking tone] labor of love.

Really though. I'm honored that you are along for this journey with me, and I will be working hard to bring you an even bigger, better, badder, bitchin'-er season 2.

To wrap up season 1, in this short solo pod, you get a few minutes of straight-up motivation to get off your ass and do the thing you have been putting off. So hold onto your hat and get ready to take some action after this one.

The bulk of the episode gives you a very quick-and-dirty intro into one of my new passions, The Work that Reconnects, which is a model designed to help people identify their unique contributions for healing the planet and all of us living on it.

For full show notes including links to resources I mention in the episode, head here. And please consider taking less than a minute to leave a rating and review for the show here — I would be so grateful!

See you (hear you? visualize you listening? 🤓) in early 2019 for the kick-off to season 2, and meanwhile, on Instagram here and here and on my websites. 🤘💜

About the Show

If we're being honest with ourselves, don't we all just really want to know what the fucking point is of any of this? Hosted by paradoxically nihilistic + eternally optimistic psychotherapist and yoga teacher Valerie Martin, this podcast features conversations with a wide variety of guests who offer thought provoking perspectives on the ultimate question of humanity.