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This is it, oyur chance to enjoy a relaxing rowboat ride while being reminded of the importance in doing things like... taking a relaxing rowboat ride with a friend, or otherwise unplugging. Ryan also discusses his book TAKE IT EASY, and the value in approaching your work with a sense of calm readiness.…
 
From making tentative post-COVID social and activity plans to strategies for creating space for deeper connections in your relationships, Ryan opens up on opening up. Subjects that come up along the way include: what was the deal with dinosaurs, and how the Dunbar number can frame your need for connected relationships.…
 
Well well well, someone has several questions about career path and direction, and Ryan is quite ready to talk about this, and in fact, has recently been doing a whole bunch of thinking on this very subject. As you'll hear, the idea of career transitions is very relevant to what's going on in Ryan's life at this moment. From assessing and appreciat…
 
Misinformation and disinformation are all around us. How do we deal with it, and its effects on friends and family, asks Guil. Ryan heads off to a library in Gothenburg, Sweden to address, or at least attempt to address the rampant online misinformation and how it can warp friends and family. From Q Drops to the theme song from 'The Facts of Life',…
 
Ryan heads out to bask in some early morning bird calls to discuss standing firm in your convictions, the value of marginal gains, and a little reflection on the power of DFBs (Deep Fucking Breaths). This episode is soundtracked by the International Dawn Chorus. "The dawn chorus occurs when birds sing at the start of a new day. In temperate countri…
 
Death comes for us all, and the question for this episode is about that hard stop at the end of life. Luckily, Ryan is able to use this as an opportunity to say thanks to his high school drama teacher for the mentorship and fostering his love of the performing arts. And, thanks to a quote from Keanu Reeves and a Redditor, there's a pretty successfu…
 
Ryan is bad at making things, from a broken clock radio as a kid to a model he tried to make recently. But how does that square with his self-perception as a 'creative'? In this episode Ryan explore the ideas of skill, flexibility, resourcefulness and making ideas into realities.Ryan Millar
 
This is a playground-based discussions about kids, only children, siblings, growing older with a sibling, parenting one, two or many kids and the imagined future Sicilian holiday that led Ryan to really get behind the idea of having a second child. If you're a parent and thinking about having a second kid (or in the process of having a second kid),…
 
This episode takes place on a beach in Hawaii, which is a pretty great place to be. The topic is "Where do I start with making life choices and changes? And what advice can I trust? (not just you, but generally). It seems to me everybody has an agenda and advice to match to suit THEIR needs (even if it's just financial gain), and not mine. How can …
 
While in a gentle breeze on a sailboat, Ryan examines a question from Julie, about getting a heating and cooking system for her sailboat. Topics covered include: how awesome sailing is, decision fatigue, the Pareto Principle, weighing the pros, and a couple of sailing terms. Useful content for sailors and landlubbers, because we all need to make de…
 
From revisiting life as a tour guide in Rome and Vatican City, to looking at where we've ended up in our life and how to shake out of our routines and take steps toward realizing our potential or finding our life's purpose, this episode covers, in brief, a number of big topics. To underscore the need to push yourself, Ryan even speaks a little unva…
 
Out at a cafe, enjoying a warm beverage and good company, just reflecting on what it takes to keep making work you care about, when it seems like nobody is that bothered about it. Or, for that matter, to start making creative work. Do it for yourself.Ryan Millar
 
This is a trailer for Remote Pep Talks, with Ryan Millar. It should give you a sense of what this podcast is all about, and why you should add it to your listening pile. Because who doesn't need a little warmth and positive advice, coming to your ears from somewhere cool?Ryan Millar
 
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