The Getting Simple Podcast
By Nono Martínez Alonso
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Simplify your life. Do less—better.
||CleanCreating a Personal Narrative to Bring Your Interests Together — Art, Science, and Technology with Andrés Colubri||Andrés Colubri (@codeanticode) shares with us how he manages to do seemingly different things—such as art, computational biology, or open-source development—by connecting them around one overarching theme.||4/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanVirtual Reality and Life Habits to Prevent and Reverse Alzheimer's Disease with Jacob Hamman||Jacob Hamman (@jcbhmmn) shares with us how virtual reality and healthy life habits can help prevent and reverse Alzheimer's disease.||3/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWill Robots Simplify Your Life with Jose Luis García del Castillo y López||Jose Luis (@garciadelcast) and Nono talk about providing alternative access to robot control, learning from open source software, the joy of being an educator, simple living, eating healthy, and more.||2/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPutting More Ideas Into The Things We Make with Zach Kron||Zach Kron (@zachkron) talks with Nono about how new digital tools allow designers to work (and wether these tools make our lives simpler), and about life habits, boredom, constant connectivity and disconnection, digital clutter, and more.||1/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to Lead Your Best Life with James Melouney||James Melouney (@jmelouney) is the author of the book The Art of Success, a book to help others lead their best life. In this interview, Nono and James talk about self-motivation, positive habits, and purpose.||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Refreshing media! Always a reference to focus on your main objectives.
It is a surprising finding. I learnt, laughed, thought about how I deal with my life. Waiting for the next episode. Good job!
Simplify your life
Conversations about simplifying your life and doing less—better. Thank you so much for listening.