Inner Work with Steli Efti

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The (strictly no-business) podcast that shall never become yet another to-do item in a busy CEOs life. A storytelling playground and save space for irresponsible experimentation. We willll talk martial arts, ponder the nature of life, have conversations with weirdos and misfits, shamelessly fail in public, and share what we learn along the way.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. 084: How to Change the Way I Feel About Germany?

    I grew up in Germany, and spent most of my life there. And yet, I never felt at home in Germany, never liked living there. If Germany was a family member of mine, it would be a heartless, cold, disapproving stepdad—that's how I'd describe it. ...


  2. 083: The Beautiful Wisdom of Anna Karenina's Derailing Marriage

    I've been reading Tolstoy's Anna Karenina recently, and absolutely love this book for the sharpness with which he looks at relationships, and how people communicate. There's so much wisdom within these pages, about misunderstandings beyond repair, painful truths and the convenient lies we sometimes hope for. Shownotes: Connect with me:  ...


  3. 082: What Would I Want to Learn From My Younger Self?

    There's a popular interview question I've been asked many times: What's one piece of advice you'd give your younger self? To me, a much more interesting question if I could travel back in time and meet my younger self would be: What could I learn from my younger ...


  4. 081: Meeting My Inner Narrator

    I recently had another IFS session on an elliptical, and this time it led to an unexpected encounter with my inner narrator. Shownotes:  Connect with me: ...


  5. 080: Make Your Inner Critic Part of Your Creative Practice

    Whenever you pour your heart into a creative endeavor, those critical thoughts can derail you. "You can't do this." "This isn't good enough." "Who do you think you are to even try?" (And yeah—I'm holding back here. The voices in my head are much harsher.) You can try to fight these voices. That's been my ...