Good coffee matters. But unfortunately, too many makers of coffee simply want to sell more coffee and too many people want instant gratification. The upshot of all of this is that good coffee is a rarity. Making something great takes time and effort and I’m not sure we really understand this.
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When Did Work Become A Curse? Why is work such a drag for so many? Why is it that Sunday night is a dread in anticipation of Monday morning and why does Monday morning signal the start of another dreary week doing things we don’t like doing? This week on The Larb I’m looking at how work became such a curse on so many people, entire societies in fact.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been thinking about the nature of my reality. In particular, I was considering what it means to transition through what is termed in psychology as the existential crisis and how the outside world relates to that experience. This podcast episode is about that.
Hey folks how are you getting on? Welcome to episode number six of The Larb. This is the podcast show for artists, creatives, creative people, creative entrepreneurs you might say. This week in episode six I’m taking a look at the secret to success. It’s something I’ve written about quite a bit on larrygmaguire.com, and this week my partner in conversation, Tom Carter and I get into a conversation about this.
In this weeks episode of The Larb I’m chatting to songwriter and musician Kevin Harry Hoban about art, songwriting, music, life, freedom and the realisation that when you’re doing what you want, for no other reason that you love it, anything is possible.
This week on the podcast I’m discussing The Standard Working Model. I’m digging into this idea that the traditional way the majority of us live and work is broken. We seem to live in this vicious cycle of self imposed discomfort and anxiety where we endure careers that somewhere along the line we were convinced we needed to fulfill.
Ray Heffernan is a Dublin singer-songwriter probably best known for writing Robbie Williams’ big chart hit “Angels”. He is originally from Glasnevin and now resides in Italy on the shores of lake Orta with his wife and children. Ray and I hooked up for chats a while back and probably spent about 90 mins talking about life and work and what it means to create something meaningful.