This week on the Southern Fried Philosophy Podcast, Magic Man makes his Wikipedia debut and Biggun has some beefs. The Mountain Eagle is back, plus Wacky News and an interview (sorta) with Rob Dublin. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zck6vEnqIP4)...
This week on the Southern Fried Philosophy Podcast, Magic Man makes his Wikipedia debut and Biggun has some beefs. The Mountain Eagle is back, plus Wacky News and an interview (sorta) with Rob Dublin. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zck6vEnqIP4)
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SFP Intro - Lenny The Band
How you be durrin - Crave Bath and Body
Next week: 1/27 Kurt Nelson - Behavioral scientist focused on positive behavior change, motivation, influence and habit formation
Southern Phrase Of The Week:
He's gotten too big for his britches
Unarguable Southern criticism. Translated, it means, "He sure does think a lot of himself." If you hear this one, you should probably pause a moment. Southerners tell it like it is—no matter what it is—so think of this as a learning moment.
Wacky News - Level Up Logo
Spilled potatoes freeze to roads
Featured Presentation - Rob Dubin
In the Pursuit of… Making 2022 better
He and his wife spent 17 years living on a sailboat and sailing around the world. Along the way they shared their lives with and learned from people of diverse cultures in over 100 countries. He’s lived an extraordinary life and the insights on human fulfillment he gained along the way provide both inspiration and a map for his audience to navigate transformation in their own lives.
Full Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zck6vEnqIP4
Many years ago after a near death survival experience that was national news and resulted in a call from the President of the United States Rob and his wife started asking questions about their purpose in life, similar to what many others are asking now in the pandemic. As a result they sold their home bought a sailboat and spent the next 17 years sailing around the world studying human happiness and fulfillment. Rob shared his life with both billionaires and barefoot villagers in 100 countries. Today he teachs people a recipe for happiness. For individuals this translates to more fulfilling careers and a happier home life and for corporations it stems resignations and transforms workplaces resulting in increases in bottom lines.