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Kung Fu James Bond (Originally released 2020)

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In this episode of staycurious.org Podcast, we take a look at how 007, who is a fictional character created by the British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in 1952, has a dozen or so traits that we all can use to enhance our daily lives.

What makes this character so timeless?

Why does he consistently appeal to both the male and female psyche these past six decades?

This podcast also includes new music from Mr. Gnome; an alternative art rock married duo from Cleveland, Ohio. 

Listen, stream, download their new single ‘Midnight Sun‘ and have an eargasm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listening time: 30 minutes

Resources for episode available here, here, and here.


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Kung Fu Foster Puppies (Audio Only)

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We’re back after a fun summer in the 216.

In this rough around the edges episode, we look at the terms kung fu & fostering, talk about summer expectations not meeting reality, and how two Husky foster puppies have challenged yours truly.

You’ll get to hear about Amber & Johnny and how they earned their names.

Yes, they are named after this summer’s infamous defecation defamation trial.

New intro song Ha! by Jon Kennedy

 

 

 

Listening Time: 20 Min (Audio Only)


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Curiosity + Love (Part II) | Ep. 13

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Love is an incredible thing. And we don’t know love like we should.

This curious conversation is a follow up to Episode #011 | Curiosity + Love.

We asked supporters for their input, chatted again with the Captain of Project Falkor, and tried to make it fun.

Pour your favorite cocktail and enjoi.

The intro song is called Hey Mr by Mr. Sebastian.

Listening time: 43 minutes

Curiosity + Love | Ep. 11

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Who doesn’t want a human diary to do life with?

In this episode, we dive into love and curiosity, today’s ‘swipe life’ culture and mutual values, and how you cannot ‘unfuck’ someone.

Three questions asked:

  1. How are curiosity and validation related?
  2. Is curiosity good for relationships?
  3. Why do The Curious have better relationships?

The intro music is from Mr.Gnome; an alternative are rock married duo from Cleveland, Ohio. Listen to The Wild Child.

Listening time: 45 minutes

Resources for Podcast:

Listen to Modern Romance by Aziz Anzari.

Read Modern Romance by Aziz Anzari.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Articles for this podcast are available here, here, and here.

Ben & Jerry’s and ‘Caring Capitalism’ | Ep. 4

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In this podcast, we dive into how quirky ice cream founders, Ben and Jerry, have been the poster case to create a new kind of company that is friendlier to social enterprise: the Benefit Corporation.

Today’s guest is a long time friend and inspiration for staycurious.org: Doug Wickert.

Listening time: 30 minutes

Read more about Ben & Jerry’s B Corp journey.

Curious about Benefit Corporations & Certified B Corps?

Find Your Inner da Vinci | Ep. 1

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Did you know Leonardo was an illegitimate child born during what scholars have called a ‘Golden Age’ for Bastards?

How did he fuel his curiosity? This was a man who believed ‘learning never exhausts the mind.’ That is to say he was always learning.

His early years were spent living on his father’s family estate in Vinci. During this period of his life, he was also influenced by his uncle, who had a love of nature and had a hand in rearing him during his formative years.

He had a very short formal schooling, he was largely an autodidact. He was hugely curious and gained inspiration from both nature and the world surrounding him. To paint persons as accurately as possible, he performed anatomical studies that also helped him to understand some of the mechanics behind many of his machines. da Vinci was never satisfied to look at something from one single angle. He turned and rotated, disassembled and dissected to get the utmost understanding of the problems he was wrestling with.

Additional articles on da Vinci here and  here.

Listening time: 12 minutes

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