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378: "Selfish Generosity" with Garrison Cohen

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This was a fun one, with a colleague who was so helpful for me at a pivotal point in my coaching career. Garrison Cohen of dives deep into many subjects today, including the idea of a "perfect system," spam insanity, and his concept of "selfish generosity" which certainly resonated deeply for me. I bet it will for you as well. Join us! Key Links: Click here for Garrison's exciting project, The Satori Effect, which may be for you if you're doing great work, and need somebody to help you tell the world about it (in a lovely way : )   I am excited to share my art with you! Here’s the link… If something resonates and you make a purchase, all profits are split 50/50 between the production of this podcast, and a rotating range of charities (some of which are brought to my attention by the folks who purchase my art : ) I’m over-the-moon grateful to those who support us in this way. You rock!   Click to sign up for my free weekly essays delivered right into your inbox   … As you’ll hear in the post-show, it’s more than essays. It’s a piece of my artwork each week as well as the essay; it’s a We Turned Out Okay Playbook, formerly available only as a paid subscription; and it’s a monthly live meet-up over zoom!  It’s such fun and could only be better with you as a part of it <3   Also in the post-interview segment, the following links come up: My conversation with educator Nicole Olsen at My conversation with coach  Andrew Moss at Steven Pressfield’s amazing book The War of Art ...     Find the podcast and every back episode in these places, or wherever you get podcasts… Apple Podcasts… Spotify… Stitcher Podcasts… Karen Karen Lock Kolp M.Ed. (I am sometimes called Kay, short for Kay Squared because I'm multidimensional : ) Executive, Leadership, and Play Coach Host of the We Turned Out Okay Podcast, helping parents – and former children – walk their best path (not the one that somebody else thinks they should be on)     The quote I live by: "Play is the highest form of research." – Albert Einstein