Mark shares his insights and experiences from years of leading wilderness retreats, and explains how reconnecting with the natural world can deepen mindfulness and enhance our well-being.
What’s the “point” of meditation, and how can we build a practice that works for us? In this episode of Being Well, Forrest and I clear up some common misconceptions about meditation, explore major forms of meditation, and share how you can get more out of your practice.
We’re all subject to forms of bias and prejudice. On this episode, Forrest and I are joined by Dr. Jack Glaser, Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, to explore intergroup bias and racial prejudice. This includes what we can do to overcome our innate tendencies, and treat people more equitably.
Learning is the single most important skill: if you know how to learn, you can get good at anything else. On this week’s episode, Forrest is joined by Josh Kaufman, author of The Personal MBA, to explore the 20 hour rule, the problems with 10,000 hours, cognitive biases, and how you can learn anything more quickly.