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Category Archives: Choosing/Decision-Making

The One Way Ticket Show podcast: the American Revolution and Leadership

posted by Joshua on February 15, 2017 in Audio, Choosing/Decision-Making, Freedom, Leadership

Steven Shalowitz, host of The One Way Ticket Show podcast, posted yesterday our interview, “Josh’s one way ticket is back to this historic time in American history,” which covers the time in history I would choose to go to if I could magically go there with no chance to return, as well as Leadership Step[…] Keep reading →

Authenticity, Leadership & Finding Your ‘One Thing’ from the C Method Podcast

posted by Joshua on February 2, 2017 in Choosing/Decision-Making, Entrepreneurship

Christina Canters of The C Method podcast posted her interview of me today. We had a fun, open conversation. I think you’ll like listening. We talked about authenticity and how to achieve a lot by knowing how to focus on one thing by knowing what you want, not wondering, among other topics. Many people hold[…] Keep reading →

The bounty of more value from less crap

posted by Joshua on December 6, 2016 in Awareness, Choosing/Decision-Making, Fitness, Freedom, Habits

I’m scheduling being on a podcast (with Steven Shalowitz of the fascinating The One Way Ticket Show) and Steven and I got to talking about food, flying, and trying new things instead of unthinkingly doing what everyone else does. Or not experimenting at all. Since I figure you’re here to improve your life, I couldn’t[…] Keep reading →

Find out if you care about about yourself more or others with this simple question

posted by Joshua on October 11, 2016 in Choosing/Decision-Making

You know flying in planes pollutes. You know your pollution hurts others. You want people to pollute less, knowing they’ll have to change their behavior. The question is if you would pollute less yourself if you had to change your behavior. Most people think of themselves as caring about others and willing to sacrifice for[…] Keep reading →

How to free your mind, step 1: Systematize what you can

posted by Joshua on October 6, 2016 in Choosing/Decision-Making, Habits

David Allen’s book Getting Things Done pointed out to me that the mind isn’t very good at remembering important things or making difficult decisions. Rather, when it has to, it devotes more attention to those tasks than you want it to. For example, say you want to read a chapter of a book and want[…] Keep reading →