On this episode of the Psychology Podcast, we welcome renaissance man and psychology enthusiast Charlie Hoehn. Charlie has carved a unique path through this world that has led him to work with best-selling authors like Tim Ferris, Tucker Max and Ramit Sethi, all while pursuing his own work as a writer. We talk about his drives toward creativity and autonomy that led him to create a life outside of the 9-5 grind. We also discuss Charlie’s personal experiences with anxiety and get advice on how to reduce anxiety through play. Other topics include our ability to change who we are and the importance of doing what you love. Please enjoy the show!
Charlie’s article How I cured my anxiety
Charlie Hoehn is the author of Play It Away (#1 Stress Management) and Recession Proof Graduate. He is the founder of The Recess Project (therecessproject.com), and a mental wellness expert who’s advised leaders at the Pentagon, U.S. Military bases, startups, and universities. He is best known for his career strategy “free work,” which lead to him working with bestselling authors like Tim Ferriss, Tucker Max, and Ramit Sethi. Charlie’s article about the importance of play is the #1 worldwide result on Google for the search “cure anxiety” (above Oprah.com), and has been read by over one million people. His work has been featured on NPR’s TED Radio Hour, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Globe and Mail, Mating Grounds, and many others. He lives in Austin, where he hosts weekly recess at Zilker park and performs improv at the Hideout. – Blurb taken from Amazon.com