As the world becomes more and more globalized and interconnected, many of us are moving abroad or are from families that did. Growing up while balancing several cultures can leave us with a confusing sense of self. So join us on this episode as we explore our identities and dive into this multicultural phenomenon.Want more Yes Theory? Yes. You know where to find them.Want more Headspace? Use code "YesTheory" for 30 days free.
Life is a constant ebb and flow. While some periods propel us forward, others can leave us feeling stuck or lost, especially after this past year with COVID. In this episode, Thomas and Ammar sit down to discuss this feeling of stagnation, reflecting upon their own experiences and coming to terms with their struggles from the past year and beyond.
Over the past 6 years of saying yes, our friendship has undergone some massive changes. Join us on this episode while we explore this evolution as we try to come to an understanding of what has changed throughout the course of our amazing friendship.
Things are changing in our little Yes Theory world, as well as the broader world, and we aren’t sure what the future holds. Thomas is headed back to Europe for the foreseeable future, and Matt’s stepped back from hosting. It really feels like the end of a chapter (with a new one coming close behind).
Have you ever seen someone staring back in the mirror that you didn’t like? We all experience “mirror moments” —...
Matt, Thomas, and Ammar have a picturesque kind of friendship. They’ve made memories on nearly every continent, built a business, and chased down their wildest dreams… together.
From climbing up snow-capped mountains in our boxers to running marathons with no training, one of the core pillars of...
Ever struggled to do your laundry, re-register your car, or make time to go to the dentist? It might make you feel like you’re terrible at “adulting,” but it turns out that’s actually more normal than you think and there might be a pretty solid explanation: burnout.
“Hope makes you follow your dreams,” says actress Dina Shihabi, from the Amazon Original Jack Ryan. “I would have nothing in my life if I didn't have hope.”
Pandemics and vast uncertainty aside, life is hard. And for whatever reason, it seems to be getting harder. Studies have shown that the average kid today experiences more anxiety than the average psychiatric patient in the 1950s.
Remember the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated? You probably learned it in kindergarten. Chances are you haven’t really upped your kindness game since. Most of us haven’t. The older we get, the more responsibilities, anxieties, and personal pursuits take over. And kindness simply doesn’t make the to-do list.
Before Yes Theory, we were just three guys trying to figure out what we wanted to do in life. We didn’t know much, just that we didn’t want to walk predictable paths. Luckily, we each had mentors that inspired us to stop thinking and start doing--anything and everything outside our comfort zones.
If 2020 was a question, it would be… how the heck do you make the best of a situation when you can’t even understand the situation? When we asked Harvard Professor and Atlantic columnist, Arthur Brooks, he said so matter of factly, “You have to be an entrepreneur about your life.”