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Jonny Miller

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Jonny Miller's Myth

The Myths That Make Us

Welcome to another episode of The Myths That Make Us.  As always, this episode is brought to you by my newsletter and my journaling course Newsletter: https://www.erickgodsey.com Journaling Course: https://kathedra.teachable.com This week we have my friend Jonny Miller on the podcast. Jonny is the host of Curious Humans with Jonny Miller. He had me on as a guest and it was one of the best podcasts I’ve ever been a part of. You can listen to that episode here Jonny has walked the path of grief, recovery, and meaning to an intensity that I have rarely seen, and in this podcast we go deep. I know you’re going to love this one. Resources Mentioned in this Episode Elizabeth Gilbert on Love, Loss, and How to Move Through Grief as Grief Moves Through You Breathwork, The Cure For Anxiety? with Edward Dangerfield The Wild Edge of Sorrow - Francis Weller Connect with Jonny Miller Website | http://jonnymiller.co/ TedX Talk | https://www.ted.com/talks/jonny_miller_the_gifts_of_grief Twitter | http://twitter.com/jonnym1ller Instagram | https://instagram.com/jonnym1ller Connect with Erick Godsey: Website | https://www.erickgodsey.com/ Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/erickgodsey/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/erickgodsey?lang=en LinkTree | https://linktr.ee/ErickGodsey Sign up for my weekly Newsletter |  https://www.erickgodsey.com/ Subscribe to The Myths That Make Us: Itunes | https://apple.co/2Je6RG4 Stitcher | https://bit.ly/2TbivRD Spotify | https://spoti.fi/2XZMakj

1hr 7mins

1 Apr 2021

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Kid Fonque x Jonny Miller Feat. Jaidene Veda-Somewhere (Ayah True Soul's Rendition)

True Soul Selections Podcast

My Rendition of Kid Fonque x Jonny Miller Feat. Jaidene Veda-Somewhere, please do lend an ear #electronichouse #deephouse #soulfulhou


31 Mar 2021

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Jonny Miller - Liquid Fusion 20 Year Celebration

Sonic Stream Podcasts

Jonny Miller mixes up a fire storm of Broken Beat as part of the all day celebration of 20 years of Liquid Fusion which had to postponed due to the current pandemic.  Hosted online @ www.sonicstreamradio.net  Broken Beats Droppin' Foot

1hr 59mins

10 Oct 2020

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How to make a big decision with Jonny Miller

The Happy Startup School

The entrepreneurial path is an uncertain one. When you decide to claim control over the direction of your work (and life) you also to take on the responsibility for the big decisions and regularly you don’t always have all the information you need to make them. You can try to think your way to an answer and systematically way up all the pros and cons but that may not be enough.It doesn’t take long to Google around and find different systems and methods for making big decisions. But using these logical approaches can sometimes take more time than you have and also not even lead you to an answer. Sometimes you have to go with your gut. But how do you do that? If you’re a thinky person like me, going with your gut doesn’t always come naturally.In this episode I talk to Jonny Miller who recently shared a Medium post about a big decision. We hear more about the two paths he had to choose between and his approach to making the decision. He shares his own values spreadsheet tool, a fear setting exercise and the idea of regret minimisation. But what I liked most about this episode was hearing about how in the end he combined these rationale strategies with a purely intuitive approach.If you’re a thinky person but also a believer in intuition you’ll find this episode really useful.Some things that we discuss:The Crossroads of Should and Must Choosing curiosity over fearFind out more about Jonny here:On LinkedIn On Twitter His website His podcast

1hr 4mins

28 Feb 2020

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14 - The Jonny Miller vs. J Robert Miller Paradox

River of Suck

From Electrician to Musician - from beginner to professional - J's incredible rise from bluegrass fan to sharing the stage with Yonder Mountain String Band is the epitome of swimming the River of Suck - forging ahead with unstoppable passion, no matter the obstacles.  Packed with mandolin and fiddle jams, the journey from Jonny Miller to J Robert Miller is an epic personal quest of music, health and achieving the best version of one's self - the youest you.


24 Feb 2020

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Focus, Success, Santosha & Curious Humans - Jonny Miller

The Blissful Movements Podcast

Jonny Miller - Nomadic Surfer, TED Talker, Startup Entrepreneur, Curious Human Podcast Host.In this episode we dive into Jonny's personal experience that has led him to live a life of travel, exploration & contentment. Jonny shares some of his own great life hacks including how to approach struggles and curiosities. Sign up for Move 2 Bliss Program -> https://www.blissfulmovement.com/blog/how-a-small-decision-can-turn-your-life-aroundCurious humans podcast -> https://podcast.curioushumans.comSupport the show (http://gf.me/u/w5fjfs)Support the show (http://gf.me/u/w5fjfs)


12 Feb 2020

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Emotional Resilience with Jonny Miller

Sattva Soul Podcast

Jonny Miller is British born, Bali based Founder of the Curious Leaders Academy, a TedX Speaker, and contributor to Forbes and The Mission. Jonny works with individuals to help them scale themselves and find a level of personal excellence in the startup world. In today's episode of the Sattva Soul Podcast, Jonny and I discuss emotional resilience. What is emotional resilience? Do we have it? And, how we can identify where we should use it more in daily life.


6 Jan 2020

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How to Be a Curious + Whole Human w/ Jonny Miller

CREATE with Conni Biesalski

After a long stretch of solo episodes, I have a guest for you today! Jonny Miller is a creative entrepreneur, startup co-founder (Maptia) and mindful curious human with lots of awesome ideas.We talk about so much good stuff, such as how to be human in the 21st century, emotional resiliency, his journey into doing the inner work, breathwork, and lots of juicy stuff. It just keeps getting better and better the longer we talk.Jonny's Website: http://www.jonnymiller.coJonny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonnym1llerJonny's Podcast "Curious Human": apple.co/2R1zqGPJonny's Epic Newsletter: https://curioushumans.substack.comMy Flow+Wonder Letters: https://conni.me/signupInstagram: http://instagram.com/conni.biesalski My Creative Instagram: http://instagram.com/connicreates YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/connibiesalski My Other YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/connicreates Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/connibie Website: https://conni.meIf you want to support my podcast and my work, please leave a review on iTunes! <3This podcast is all about the creative process, mindfulness and self-exploration.

1hr 34mins

28 Dec 2019

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64: Radical Curiosity, Mentoring 250 Start Up Founders, and Crossing the English Channel on an Inflatable Standup Paddleboard with Jonny Miller

The Maverick Show with Matt Bowles

Jonny Miler shares his start-up journey building “Maptia” which took him and his team across five continents from “Start Up Chile” in Santiago to “TechStars” in Seattle and then on to Morocco, Switzerland, Bali and the UK.  He then shares his experience becoming a start-up mentor with “Escape the City” and the biggest lessons from mentoring over 250 start-ups.  Jonny then shares his reflections on the importance of emotional resilience in life and entrepreneurship, and breaks it down into 3 different areas—recovery strategies, capacity increasing strategies, and resiliency.  He then discusses his reflections on processing intense and traumatic events, including extreme grief. He opens up about losing his fiancé to suicide and reflects on his journey of grief which recently culminated in his 2019 TedX talk entitled “The Gifts of Grief”.  He then explains the concepts of ‘radical curiosity’, ‘the art of surrender’ and the importance of being a ‘curious human’. He then shares the most powerful lessons he has learned from his guests on the “Curious Humans” podcast, as well as his lessons on becoming a better interviewer and what makes a great podcast. He also reflects on why he travels, and what world travel has meant to him over the years. And he explains how Maptia works as an interactive map and online story-telling platform of crowd-sourced photo stories that allow you to explore the world thematically through lenses such as surfing or food or indigenous people. FULL SHOW NOTES AVAILABLE at www.TheMaverickShow.com


24 Dec 2019

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Ep 14 - New Thoughts on Mental Health w/ Jonny Miller

Embracing Human

It's time to shake up the way the see mental health, right? Today, I'm joined with Jonny Miller to have an open conversation about what it really means to be human and the experiences that come with it. A former co-founder of the storytelling platform Maptia and meditation teacher, Jonny is now teaching masterclasses on emotional resiliency and hosts the Curious Humans podcast. In this episode, we discuss:Moving through the waves of griefThe gifts of painful experiencesLoving someone with mental illnessDeveloping self-worth outside of work and performanceNew conversations around mental healthJoin the league of curious humans at jonny.life. Say hi on Twitter or Instagram @jonnym1llerGrab your spot in my Stress & Anxiety Toolkit to get all my tools, including yoga, breath work, and meditations. You can get 10% off your purchase by using the coupon code HUMAN.Keep up with my travel and adventures @theremoteyogi and find tons of free resources on how to live with less stress and anxiety at theremoteyogi.blog.Do you have a human experience story? Maybe you did something embarrassing on a first date or hit your height of burnout in the middle of an important meeting with your boss? I want to hear about it! Submit your stories to taryn@theremoteyogi.com and I'll share them at the end of our upcoming episodes. Help me to share the message of Embracing Human by liking this episode, sharing it with your friends, following the podcast, and giving a review. It means the world to me!

1hr 11mins

3 Dec 2019