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067 | Raptitude And Free To Pursue

David and Helene talk about consumerism, getting out of one’s comfort zone and the importance of simplicity.

What you’ll hear on today’s show:

  • Discussion with David and Helene
  • How consumerism makes us buy more
  • Controlling impulses
  • How Helene constantly gets out of her comfort zone
  • Mental hacks for self control
  • Hedonic adaptation
  • Complexity vs simplicity
  • David’s thoughts after blogging for 9 years
  • The importance of focusing on what lights you up
  • Hotseat questions
Listen to Brad and Jonathan’s thoughts about this episode here.

Links from the show:

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