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376 | Cluttercore

376 | Cluttercore

2023-01-2338:302

The Minimalists discuss the new “cluttercore” design trend. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 376 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we stay focused and motivated when we’re going through a lengthy process of decluttering? (01:50) What is “cluttercore”? (05:02) Is there any value in simply embracing clutter? (09:00) What is “costly signaling”? (10:34) How do we determine what to actually hold on to? (14:09) Which of the objects mentioned in past “Added Value” segments have since become clutter? (21:41) Where can I find a list of other podcasts you’ve been on? (28:52) How can I refresh a space without adding more stuff? (29:34) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
375 | Clinging to Books

375 | Clinging to Books

2023-01-1654:132

The Minimalists talk about why people cling to books they’ll never read, advice for aspiring writers, and more. Listen to all 2.5 hours of episode 375 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: Why do some people hold on to books they’ll likely never read again? (01:48) What is the most effective process for getting a book published? (15:30) What are your perspectives regarding self-promotion? (21:24) What do you consider ideal writing habits? (26:07) How do we intentionally let go of our books? (33:04) What is “narrative urgency”? (35:16) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
374 | Boxes of Stuff

374 | Boxes of Stuff

2023-01-0934:265

The Minimalists talk about holding on to boxes of sentimental items. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 374 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we find the strength to let go of significantly sentimental items or find the peace to keep them? (01:47) Isn’t our reliance on the ‘rules’ of others simply a lack of our own discipline? (15:02) What is your perspective regarding discipline? (18:10) How do you record podcasts when much of your staff works and lives remotely? (20:16) How do we convince loved ones that we truly don’t want physical gifts? (24:02) How do we create effective boundaries that others actually recognize and respect? (26:42) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists speak with Kapil Gupta, MD, about prescriptions, discontent, fear, suffering, misery, lies, truth, and more. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 373 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: What are your perspectives regarding conflict? (10:41) Why are we so concerned with the opinions of others? (11:46) Why is trying to convince others so problematic? (20:13) What do you mean by “the ultimate possibility of a human being”? (34:48) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
372 | How to Let Go

372 | How to Let Go

2022-12-2533:3518

The Minimalists talk about letting go, dealing with regrets, New Year’s resolutions, broken family relationships, and the dangers of hope. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 372 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we let go of our shame regarding our shortcomings? (04:42) How do we continuously refine our minimalist practices without becoming compulsive? (11:52) What is the “No-Stories Policy”? (15:54) How do we mend a broken relationship when the other person isn’t interested in fixing it? (18:59) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
371 | The Best Gift

371 | The Best Gift

2022-12-1935:266

The Minimalists talk about the gift of a clean slate. Listen to all 3 hours of episode 371 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do you manage the debilitating anxiety associated with a potentially terminal illness? (01:54) How is a clean slate the best gift? (03:00) How do we still love family and friends that don’t support us? (16:25) How do we let go of excess when circumstances put us in a survival mentality? (20:33) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
370 | Guilt

370 | Guilt

2022-12-1237:0310

The Minimalists speak with Dr. Nicole LePera about letting go of guilt. Listen to all 3 hours of episode 370 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we manage the guilt we feel when we’re dependent on loved ones? (01:52) Why did Dr. LePera write How to Meet Your Self? (15:49) How do we determine when it’s appropriate to help others? (17:31) How do we explain to our loved ones when the negatives far outweigh the positives at our job? (27:37) What does happiness mean to you? (29:36) How do we establish effective boundaries with one another? (32:42) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
369 | Intentional Travel

369 | Intentional Travel

2022-12-0529:084

The Minimalists talk about traveling with less. Listen to all 2.5 hours of episode 369 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do you travel intentionally as a minimalist? (02:01) What is the “Go-Without-It Rule”? (15:54) How do I overcome the fear of possibly wasting time and effort on new experiences I might not enjoy? (19:10) How do we budget appropriately for vacations? (24:42) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
368 | Chronic Illness

368 | Chronic Illness

2022-11-2843:417

The Minimalists speak with Dr. Jerry Tennant about preventing and treating chronic illness. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 368 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: When will medicine shift its focus to prevention instead of just treating symptoms? (02:15) Why did Dr. Tennant write Healing Is Voltage? (12:15) How does low voltage contribute to illness? (17:29) What paths of relief are available for those suffering with chronic illness? (22:38) What did Dr. Tennant do to start his road to healing? (25:34) How can nutrition help with chronic illness? (29:29) How can minimalism help with the prevention and management of chronic illness? (33:44) Why do some people suffer more from migraines than others? (39:24) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
367 | Storage

367 | Storage

2022-11-2133:448

The Minimalists talk about the problems with in-home storage. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 367 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we reason with loved ones regarding their clutter intruding our shared spaces? (02:21) How do we manage stress during moves? (17:22) How much clothing should we keep on hand for weight fluctuations? (21:13) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
366 | News Media Clutter

366 | News Media Clutter

2022-11-1426:343

The Minimalists talk about news addiction and the anxiety it produces. Listen to all 2.5 hours of episode 366 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we stay informed without becoming overwhelmed? (01:53) What is the primary purpose of news outlets? (03:29) Why are most ideas worthless? (08:44) How do we become more psychologically flexible? (16:08) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists talk about avoiding lifestyle inflation. Listen to all three hours of episode 365 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do I better manage my impulses and my budget as my income increases? (01:46) What is “lifestyle inflation”? (02:29) What is the “casino technique”? (12:04) How will refunding dissatisfied customers and allowing them to keep items affect consumerism? (19:36) How do we determine what luxuries to let go of when we can comfortably afford them? (24:38) What is the “scorched earth approach”? (24:56) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
364 | Inner Conflict

364 | Inner Conflict

2022-10-3134:0810

The Minimalists speak with Wendy Smith, author of Both/And Thinking, about shortening cycles of inner conflict. Listen to all two hours of episode 364 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we better analyze and accept our shortcomings and failures? (01:57) What is “emotional ambivalence”? (10:38) How do we tactfully manage rocky relationships with family and friends? (15:13) How do we commit to leaving an unfulfilling job? (19:12) What are “competence traps”? (21:35) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
363 | Stuffitis

363 | Stuffitis

2022-10-2423:387

The Minimalists talk about how to decide what to get rid of. Listen to all two hours of episode 363 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we determine what to let go of when we’re attached to everything we have? (01:38) What is “one-day-itis”? (07:17) How do I best manage my anxiety regarding decluttering? (11:14) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
362 | Simplifying Death

362 | Simplifying Death

2022-10-1744:275

The Minimalists speak with hospice physician Zach Bush, MD, about accepting death. Listen to all three hours of episode 362 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How does it seem that we effortlessly let go of everything when we die? (01:48) How do we detox the memory bank of the human body? (11:13) Since palliative care is generally only available to those who are terminally ill, is there another legal and ethical option for me when I’m ready to pass on? (18:54) Do people who believe in life after death grieve differently for their loved ones? (23:49) How do I emotionally prepare for my father’s death when we finally have a mutually enriching relationship again? (24:58) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
361 | Stop Saying Yes

361 | Stop Saying Yes

2022-10-1026:447

The Minimalists talk about managing guilt and disappointment when saying “no.” Listen to all two hours of episode 361 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do I manage the guilt I feel when I must refuse the requests of others for my assistance? (01:46) Why is it so difficult to say “no” in the moment? (05:08) Is it selfish to expect adequate compensation for my time and expertise? (11:32) How do I appropriately manage the anger I feel toward the transgressions of others? (14:05) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
360 | Sleep Problems

360 | Sleep Problems

2022-10-0328:016

The Minimalists speak with sleep expert Jack Dell’Accio about best practices for sleep. Listen to all two hours of episode 360 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do couples tactfully address their sleep issues that affect one another? (01:43) Is it more beneficial for couples to sleep together or to sleep apart? (04:56) What approaches have you found effective as a couple in improving your sleep? (07:06) How do I effectively communicate my sleep wants and needs with my partner? (13:35) How important is it to use your bed solely for sleep? (14:28) How much deep sleep is considered ideal? (16:08) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists talk about getting rid of excess “friends” on social media. Listen to all two hours of episode 359 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we appropriately curate our ‘friends’ lists in our social media accounts? (01:40) Why do we act on social media in ways we would never act in real life? (06:48) How do we tactfully encourage our partners to embrace minimalist practices? (14:05) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists are joined by licensed therapists Vanessa Bennett and John Kim to discuss relationship clutter. Listen to all two hours of episode 358 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do I search intentionally for a life partner without becoming consumed by that pursuit? (01:45) Does a need for relationships inevitably cause relationship clutter? (03:31) What is the danger in prioritizing my partner’s needs? (5:27) What is your perspective regarding codependency? (06:19) How do you maintain your joy without making others that are suffering feel that you’re not compassionate? (07:15) Is it a matter of personal responsibility to always accept blame? (08:55) What are the pros and cons of legal marriage? (15:46) What did you learn from your first Sunday Symposium event? (24:14) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
357 | Angry

357 | Angry

2022-09-1233:573

Ryan Nicodemus returns and the trio talks about what makes them angry. Listen to all three hours of episode 357 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: Is anger most commonly triggered by fear and sadness? (01:30) What is your perspective regarding acceptance? (04:46) How do I tactfully address a significant difference in our decor preferences with my partner? (15:41) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
Comments (232)

Masoumeh Hosseini

The lady's laughter during the episode is getting really annoying, could u plz tell her stop laughing like that?

Jan 17th
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Ardalanbookart 24

I’m listening to your podcast from Iran . Don’t forget to pray for us . Thanks 🙏🏻

Jan 9th
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Neelu Sarraf

This is my first time listening to this show. I love the name of the podcast and when I saw the topic of guilt plus Dr. Nicole as a guest i knew i had to listen. She is amazing. BUT what a huge disappointment. Why even have Dr. nicole on the show if you don't even give her any airtime or space to talk. You guys clearly already have all the answers. Reminded me of all the meetings at work where the men are the smartest guys in the room and just love hearing themselves talk and don't give even the subject matter experts at the meeting time to talk. ugh. as I'm writing this I keep thinking is she even still on this show? Why even bother inviting her. what a disappointment. never listening to this show again.

Jan 7th
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Ardalanbookart 24

Happy new year 🌱

Jan 3rd
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Ardalanbookart 24

these days in Iran , we have fluctuate internet 🤦🏻‍♂️

Jan 2nd
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Dec 31st
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Gina Davenport

What the caller describes is likely a result if Childhood Trauma. It sounds like CPTSD rather than just inner conflict. The shame spiral sounds like emotional disregulation. The shame is an inner critic. I would reccomend reading Pete Walkers books on CPTSD. I don't like how the advice here puts the blame onto the caller " how's he is reacting is causing him shame". Thats fine for someone who is not disregulated from trauma, but with CPTSD its not so simple. Radical Acceptance and accepting emotions is a good and so is thinking about the second arrow, etc...but simply learning how to live with it isn't good for someone who suffers from emotional dysregulation. There is no learning how to live with it....there is healing and it does get better but it takes a different approach. when someone is disregulated they can't just choose to forget the lesson they learned. The brain is hijacked. it's not possible to think through it. everything you picked up can be put down is just so wrong. it assumes that this person is capable of just choosing to stop or think through their issue, but we have to acknowledge how the brain actually functions which makes it impossible to do that. the dishes in the sink story is a normal situation. she was tired and grumpy. she paused. that's great. that's totally different from what the caller described.

Dec 28th
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Dec 24th
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Nov 16th
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Oct 9th
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Ardalanbookart🍂

Was wonderful 👌🏻🌱

Sep 7th
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Aug 24th
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kiana

does your podcast have transcript?

Aug 5th
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Jason Weeks

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Aug 4th
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Thea Bryan

Not having internet is a privilege. I couldn't support my family without internet. Getting "out" requires resources as well including transportation and the ability to get to a place where you use internet. Stop pushing your privilege on others.

Jul 19th
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Bethany Wyatt

What would you say about someone who brings out the worst in you? You’re talking about it’s still a version of ourselves which of course is true but how would you overcome that or make a situation better with someone you have to be around but it just makes you feel negative & brings out the worst traits in yourself?

May 18th
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Juliana Beltrán

hahaha I love the debate!

May 13th
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Logiin Gamil

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May 12th
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Yuqi Su

Wish more people would know the podcast, let's safe the human species.

Apr 21st
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balal borhan0096

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Mar 12th
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