Hosted by Dr. Kevin Majeres and Sharif Younes, co-founders of OptimalWork, The Golden Hour will help you learn to challenge yourself in each hour of work according to your highest ideals. We'll discuss all aspects of Dr. Majeres's approach to work, which he developed in his private practice and teaches at Harvard Medical School, and show how it applies to everyday situations like professional work, study, sleep, and relationships. For a set of online tools to help you put the ideas into practice, visit www.OptimalWork.com. Please send questions for discussion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Human formation at its best, I have learned a lot by listening to this program. Highly recommend
No fluff all substance. Practical, useful and well worth the time spent to listen.
This podcast goes beyond time management. The focus is on growing in virtue, developing your character so that you love and serve others through your ordinary day to day work.
Awkward guys can teach you a whole lot on how to live your life. Keep up the good work!!
As others have already written, I cannot express enough how this podcast and being an Optimal Work subscriber has changed my life for the better. Dr. Majeres is so clear and engaging in his presentation of this theory of growth, which actually works in real life. As the title of this post implies, it has completely changed how I think about and work toward growth and habits. Both Sharif and Rashad are great co-hosts and ask questions that help clarify how I can put this theory into practice. more
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The Golden Hour launched 2 years ago and published 106 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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