This episode features Andrew Mellen discussing the three simple rules of Unstuff Your Life, removing your physical obstacles to sustainable joy, using organizing to connect with what matters most to you, and the “stuff behind the stuff.”
This episode features Cecile Andrews as we discuss a move toward Gross National Happiness, the crossroads of simplicity and study circles, how you can have a joyful community, plus how to live a slow and examined life.
This episode features Joel Zaslofsky’s curated recap of World Domination Summit 2014 (#WDS2014). Are you ready for surprising stories about “The Strider,” why you need to learn the value of Ho’oponopono, and how imperfect action leads to amazing opportunity? Just press play.
This episode features Robert Scoble as we discuss the culture around self-driving cars, how he actively follows 40,000 people on Twitter, if tech can help us slow down, and Facebook’s attempt to addict us.
Want to bring more intention to your spending, boost your financial immune system, and stick it to hyper-consumerism? This guest post from Mike Pumphrey will show you how. Budgets are required … wads of cash, not so much.
This episode features Vicki Robin, Duane Elgin, John de Graaf, Cecile Andrews, and Jerome Segal discussing the nature of simple living and whether we should embrace simplicity … or complexity. It’s five former or current simple living all-stars at once, all lined up just for you.
Every quarter I recap the past, present, and future of my personal journey and the voyage of Value of Simple. This “Pulse Check” is intended to be an honest, transparent, and (hopefully) inspiring assessment of where I’ve been and where I’m going. Here’s the April-June 2014 Pulse Check.
This episode features Lauren Anderson as we discuss Collaborative Consumption, what an economy is for, how to tap into your idle time and skills (even if they’re crazy), and why you want to live in a “sharable city.”
Here are the top 12 resources – from surprising, unsexy, multi-media, and everything in-between – that I’ve helped create in the last 12 months. Do you see something I missed or think one of them isn’t so groovy?