How We Can Use Flow to Extend Human Capability
In this episode, Charlie and Angela discuss why it’s important for founders, business owners, and entrepreneurs of all kinds to consider a sabbatical or a “slowbatical.”
How does creating systems in your life help you make more free time? Jenny Blake explores her book “Free Time” with us to explain just that!
Join Team PF to learn more about The Start Finishing Field Guide, companion workbook to the award-winning book Start Finishing!
Angela joins Charlie to talk about what she has been going through when she experienced a traumatic brain injury.
Ashley Zuberi – yoga teacher and author – joins Charlie on the show to discuss how we can better integrate spiritual practices into our days.
Jeffrey Davis – author of the new book “Tracking Wonder” – joins Charlie to discuss how we can reconcile productivity and wonder.
Pam Slim is on the podcast to discuss how building your business from an ecosystem paradigm instead of an empire paradigm changes everything.
Kristoffer Carter joins Charlie on the show to discuss the four permissions that will help us live a fuller life and be great leaders.
Andrea Owen returns to the podcast to talk about her new book, Make Some Noise, and the importance of unlearning through your own process.
Larry Robertson returns to the podcast for this episode to talk about his new book and way of thinking about leadership, Rebel Leadership.
Author David Wood talks about the mice in the room – or, the small things that grab our attention – rather than the “elephant in the room.”
Kris and Charlie talk about the barriers philanthropists face in making change happen, and she shares some ways to overcome them.
In this episode, Charlie and Angela talk about managing the business in the midst of also needing to take care of family out of state.
The brother-sister duo behind Toujours Planning join Charlie to talk about what it’s like to work with a sibling, and how they have been able to foster a great working relationship.
Today’s guest is Karwanna Dyson, an entrepreneur helping other women and minorities build successful and sustainable businesses by becoming government contractors. Karwanna and Charlie talk about the unique opportunity small businesses have to change and support their community.
Charlie and Angela sit down to talk about some of the big growth edges they’ve had this year, primarily around Covid.
Charlie is joined by Nir Eyal to talk about his book “Indistractible,” and how to maintain focus in a world full of distractions.