patrickrhone / Patrick Rhone

Patrick is a writer living in Saint Paul, MN. Through his work, he tells stories and explores ideas about living a life of mindfulness, compassion, introspection and truth.

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      "There are more valuable things than money in the short term." - Ramit Sethi This episode is a workshop on negotiating. Out of all the resources out there on how to negotiate, 99 percent of them are piss-poor — but I guarantee you this isn’t one of them.

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    I’m excited to bring you a little taste test of a new show format that I’ve been working on — The Tim Ferriss Radio Hour. After 200 conversations with a variety of fascinating people, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Foxx, Tony Robbins, Maria Popova, Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen, Amanda Pa…

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  3. Munger on Slavery and Racism

    Michael Munger of Duke University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about how attitudes in the American South toward slavery evolved over time and what we can learn from that evolution about the role culture plays in our lives.

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  4. The Tim Ferriss Show, Episode 18: James Altucher on How to Say “No”, Fail Better, and Build Businesses | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    Listen on iTunes, download (right click "save as"), or stream it now below: This episode of The Tim Ferriss Show is sponsored by Bluehost, which I used for my first WordPress blog, and I still use them for sites today. Click here for a special offer! Now, on to our guest…

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  5. The RobCast » Blog Archive » Episode 115 | Seasons

    The RobCast is a weekly podcast by Rob Bell


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  6. Seth Godin

    "We can’t out-obedience the competition." - Seth Godin I expected this episode to be amazing, and Seth 10x’d expectations. He’s incredible. Seth Godin (@thisissethsblog) is the author of 17 bestselling books that have been translated into more than 35 languages.

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  7. Seth Godin on How to Think Small to Go Big

    "The lessons we remember are the lessons we learn the hard way." - Seth Godin Seth Godin (@thisissethsblog) is the author of 17 bestselling books that have been translated into more than 35 languages.

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  8. Talking Volumes: Chuck Palahniuk | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Author Chuck Palahniuk joined Kerri Miller to talk about his most memorable trip to Paris, his biggest fear about red wine and to discuss his new book, Damned. Recorded at the Fitzgerald Theater on Nov. 17, 2011.

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  9. How to Sit - Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks

    In this short audio clip from 2000, Thay instructs us how to sit. We will be posting the complete talk in a few days. If you’d like to listen to the complete talk today, by supporting our online offerings, join our patron program. Or, simply wait a few days. Enjoy the weekend.

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 7:58 — 7.3MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSShare this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitter

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  10. Do You Feel More Like Gods? (S3: E1) — Anxious Machine

    This past week, my kids went back to school. Summer vacation has come and gone. And that’s gotten me thinking about the very idea of summer vacation because every summer, for the past several years, my wife, her sisters and our families have had this tradition of going to a cabin for a few days to get out of the city. We don’t own a cabin, so we have to rent one. And this year, the process of finding it, looking at pictures of all the possible cabins on all the possible lakes, made me wonder about this particular, middle-class American ritual of going into the wilderness for vacation, where that ritual came from, and what it says about our relationship to modern life.

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