In order to achieve growth, discomfort is unavoidable. So why not seek it out? Yes Theory co-founders Matt, Ammar, and Thomas are turning off the cameras and turning on the mics to reflect upon how Discomfort actually might hold the keys to meaning and happiness. The Yes Theory Podcast shares behind-the-scenes stories and talks with expert guests to gather insights about the world at large, our place in it, and one another.
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Apart from the dudes thrown to each other faces, the pseudo deep breath every 30 seconds this podcast is just about dudes who made a lot of money with pseudo motivational talks, and self loving talks. Really low quality compared to the usual content released by headspace.
After doing my Headspace meditation this morning, had time to play around and investigate other tools in the app. Found Yes Theory and scrolled topics. Came across one that sounded like what I needed, and low and behold it features Rich Roll! He is my #1 podcaster, the first one I found and became addicted to for my long runs. I am about to turn 60, and know I am itching for change. Thomas reminds me of my sons, all very witty and charming. The combination of personalities, the topics covered, e... more
I really did enjoy this podcast. It was for the most part light, and at times delving in a little deeper to the reasoning behind things. It was nice to hear some relatable content in terms of life’s difficulties coming from that of a great platform (headspace) that I use on a daily basis for my personal growth and attempt at a peace of mind. However, I was bummed when I got to the end of the episodes, realizing that the show ended after not even being around for a year. Hopefully everyone’s doin... more
A beautiful message from some truly beautiful humans. Thank you for you honesty, your willingness to be vulnerable, and thank you for having the courage to ask the hard questions while simultaneously making us feel safe to explore these on our own. The Yes Theory community is so special, and I am deeply grateful to have found a family of healers and seekers like myself. We are not alone. Love you all 💗
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