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. 115: Study Less, Do More: The Surprising Truths IFS Revealed

    I've now been studying Internal Family Systems (IFS) for a long time, and it's taught me so much about myself that I decided to take an online course on it. But I don't really want to learn more about IFS to know IFS. I want to learn more about IFS ...

    11/28/2021

  2. 114: Don’t Try to Become. You Already Are.

    A lot of spiritual practices try to teach you to become something or someone else, achieve a certain state of being. But you don't need that. Inner work is not about getting to some magical place where everything will be different. It's about living your own truth. You already are ...

    11/25/2021

  3. 113: Michael Ende’s Weird Short Story: Einer langen Reise Ziel

    We chat about a surreal short story by Michael Ende named "Einer langen Reise Ziel" (Destination of a Long Journey). It's the first story in his collection of short stories called Das Gefängnis der Freiheit (Prison of Freedom), and how "search and you shall find" might sometimes mean something ...

    11/22/2021

  4. 112: Don’t Listen to This if You Want to Learn Anything

    I won't even try to describe what this episode is about.  Shownotes: https://steliefti.com/ep112/ Connect with me: https://steliefti.com  https://twitter.com/steli  https://www.linkedin.com/in/steliefti/  ...

    11/21/2021

  5. 111: Tricks of the Mind: I Was Thinking My Feelings

    I've always been a very cerebral person, relying primarily on my intellect to achieve my goals and solve problems I encounter. For a very long time, I equated the mind with myself. I viewed the body as a vehicle that just carries my mind. But as I started getting more ...

    11/16/2021