Hitting a brick wall with a question or a problem? This one’s for you.
In this experimental podcast, I talk about taking things right back to the core questions (ones we can all use!) – and explore ways to apply Free Range Thinking to check that you’re taking the best approaches to get what you want or need.
Think of this as a free range sanity check to make sure you’re putting your energy into the right questions so you can get the best solutions. Listen in here!
(Prefer to download & listen offline? Hit the arrow button on the top right of the player)
What next? (Behind the scenes of this first free range podcast!).
Right now I’m loving podcasts (they’re some of my favourite things to listen to in the morning or on walks!). … and I’m considering starting a proper (actually-on-iTunes-and-other-places) podcast on free range thinking in its different guises.
So naturally the first step was to do exactly what I talk about in my book and my courses and run a free range experiment to try out a “project style” version of the bigger idea… which is what this is!
As a result I’ve purposely kept the above podcast experimental (simple audio, no script, no sound effects, no over-thinking the format…) but if it goes well I’m definitely open to expanding it to a proper podcast series. And who knows, maybe next time in a room without a faint echo, just to get fancy.
I’m sharing this in its raw form partly as I think it’s great to see “projects” in action rather than just the perfectly polished final versions – as that gives a much more realistic view of how things seed and grow. (Yup you get a podcast and a live example of a free range project / experiment all in one here!)
But I’m also sharing this with you because I think it’s an important topic for so many of us.
As always I look forward to seeing how you can apply at least ONE of the things here to your life / free range career.
Until next time,
PS: if you’re new here, this is a follow up reply to a Friday Love Letter that was sent out to subscribers last week – if you want to take a look at that post, I’ve just re-released it in blog post form for you here, and you can make sure you don’t miss out on future free range Friday emails (which I release on selected surprise Fridays – pop up style!) by dropping your email in the box below. Mx
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