0305: Jennifer Rose Ipsen on Entrepreneurship, Organizing, & Clarity


Jennifer Rose Ipsen interview

Today marks a first.

This episode marks the first interview I’ve done with a close friend, so it feels a bit different. (i.e. Even more fun than usual.)

Jennifer Rose and I had been throwing around the idea of having her on the show for months, and I’m so glad it finally happened.

The challenge: How do you make your job meaningful? Where does it make sense to compromise and where should you hold your ground? And how can #YinListening and embracing “what is” transform it all?

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I’ve had the joy of knowing Jennifer Rose for about ten years now and watching her grow over this time has been a sight to behold. From a plan to join Doctors Without Borders at age 14, to majoring in International Studies and studying abroad, to realizing that something she was good at all along could make a great business, her life has taken some unexpected turns. It’s a fun, intimate look at entrepreneurship, to be sure.

Perhaps you don’t have to love every aspect of your job, but it pays to make it meaningful, and Jennifer Rose has done just that.

She demonstrates the power of building relationships and being at the right place at the right time. Even so, neither of us are entirely sure when we’ll feel like “Grown-Ups” — is it Peter Pan syndrome? When you listen, I’m sure you’ll come to your own conclusions. We wrap up with the topic of presence and embracing what is, including the reality of your space! (Which Jennifer Rose can help you with.)

And the conversation continues in the aftershow on my Patreon page!

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Show Notes

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0304: Steve Pavlina on Subjective Reality & Non-Monogamy (Part 2)


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Steve and I return today with an even juicier deep-dive, this time into beliefs-as-lenses, ethical non-monogamy, and subjective reality.

The challenge: When we internalize beliefs, we attach our identity to that perspective, causing all kinds of problems.

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Featured in USAToday and The Guardian, Steve’s articles on positive habits, time management, polyphasic sleep, subjective reality, ethical non-monogamy, and so much more, have impacted millions of people’s lives.

You don’t have to hear the 1st part first, but you may want to. In this second part, the conversation flows into a deep discussion on how to have a conscious non-monogamous relationship, built on a strong foundation of communication and trust. We talk about healthy boundaries, avoiding common mistakes, and even tie in some wisdom from Khalil Gibran. And the conversation continues in the after show, now streaming, for FREE, on my Patreon page here →

Support me on Patreon By the way, you can support this podcast, my spontaneous Hawaii podcast, and ALL the great work, on Patreon. When you support my work, you get unreleased in-person interviews (including aftershows), behind-the-scenes photos, and the entire text of my Hawaii action memoir Ten Thousand Hours in Paradise. 🌺

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Show Notes

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  1. Listen to the after show on my Patreon page for free →
  2. Steve’s YouTube Series on his Water Fast
  3. Subjective Reality Simplified article by Steve (A great place to start with Subjective Reality)
  4. “Far Journeys” by Robert Monroe (Thought energy book that we mention, that was also an inspiration for my novels)
  5. Open Relationships article by Steve (Good Insights on what it’s like to be in an Open Relationship)
  6. My True Hawaii adventure that we discussed. Get the first 20% for free, including the chapter about my visit to a lava lake →
  7. Support this podcast (& get unreleased in-person interviews, including an aftershow with Steve) by supporting my work on Patreon→  https://Patreon.com/HelloCrusoe/

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