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How can we take our lives off the treadmill and instead go 'off road' introducing variety and adventure? That's Luke's topic in this episode. Don't forget Luke's latest book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is available to download from Amazon. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for th…
 
How can we be more authentic and less bland? In this episode Luke talks about how we need to embrace our weirdness - weird is the new normal! Don't forget Luke's latest book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is available to download from Amazon. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for th…
 
In this episode Luke is in conversation with Luke Perry, a sculptor of public monuments with a fascinating story! To see Luke Perry's work check out his website: http://industrialheritagestronghold.com/ Don't forget Luke's latest book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is available to download from Amazon. If you'd be willing to leave a rev…
 
Have you ever been impatient for seeds to grow in your life? In this episode Luke is talking about our tendency to force outcomes, and how we need to be patient instead. Books referenced include the Frog & Toad stories by Arnold Lobel, and Rob Bell's How To Be Here. Don't forget Luke's latest book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is avail…
 
In this episode Luke is talking about how we can get the energy flowing again after blowing a creative fuse. Don't forget Luke's new book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is now available to download from Amazon! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK Podcast Directory. To liste…
 
In this episode Luke talks about how we can get our dreams, gifts and passions blazing. Books mentioned included The Idea In You, How To Be Here and The Four Hour Work Week. Don't forget Luke's new book Sight Lines: Clearer Vision, Closer Dreams is now available to download from Amazon! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links ar…
 
In this episode Luke is discussing the power of storytelling, inspired by a trip to Disney World. The podcasts mentioned are The Public Speaker, episode 338, and Home Ed Matters. To enter the competition to win Lorien Atwood's book please sign up to Luke's mailing list. The winner will be announced in Luke's May 2016 newsletter after 6th May 2016. …
 
This episode Luke is joined in The Potting Shed with 'compulsive doodler' Lorien Atwood. You can follow Lorien on Instagram as @lorien_illustrations and the Facebook groups she mentioned were Colouring in Truth and Colouring with God. To enter the competition to win Lorien's book please sign up to my mailing list. I'll announce the winner in my May…
 
In this episode Luke expands on why routines, rhythms and habit are good for us, as well as big news on his latest book Sight Lines which is now available to download here. Luke mentions The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Feriss and How to Be Here by Rob Bell, along with an episode of the podcast James Talks. If you'd be willing to leave a review of th…
 
It's Maker Month in The Potting Shed and rounding up on the series, this week Luke is in conversation with textile artist Rachel Reynolds. You can follow Rachel on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as well as her website. Do share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #MakerMonth and tag Luke! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the sh…
 
It's Maker Month in The Potting Shed and carrying on the series, this week Luke is in conversation with artist-silversmith Theresa Nguyen. Do share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #MakerMonth and tag Luke! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK Podcast Directory. To listen…
 
It's Maker Month in The Potting Shed and continuing the series Luke is in conversation with composer and bassist Russ Sargeant. You can get hold of Russ's music here. Do share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #MakerMonth and tag Luke! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK …
 
It's Maker Month in The Potting Shed and to kick the series off Luke is in conversation with "The Flying Potter" Jon Williams from Eastnor Pottery. Do share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #MakerMonth and tag Luke! If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK Podcast Directory. …
 
Tom Cheshire is the author of The Explorer Gene, a fascinating true story about three generations of a Swiss family who reached the heights of the stratosphere, the depths of the ocean and circumnavigated the globe. He joins Luke in the Potting Shed this week to discuss the book and how we can all be creative explorers in our own lives. You can fol…
 
How do we stay positively focused instead of turning to the Dark Side? In this episode Luke talks about dealing with fear and criticism. Books mentioned included The Idea in You by Martin Amor and Alex Pellew, and the musical documentary The Sea In Between by Josh Garrels. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTu…
 
How many uses can you get out of one tree? This week Luke is in conversation with Rob Penn, author of "The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees". You can buy Rob's book here (and in all good bookshops), and connect with him via his website www.robpenn.net If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the U…
 
Are there any habits in your life that have gone rusty? In this episode Luke suggests that even rusty rails can carry us a long way. Books mentioned were Gary Keller's The One Thing. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK Podcast Directory. To listen to the show via stitcher the link is h…
 
In this episode Luke's in conversation with Tom Graham, author of the book "The Genius of the Poor". Tom shares his story working with a social transformation organisation in the Philippines and challenges us to live lives that make a difference. For more information about Gawad Kalinga go to http://www.gk1world.com/home To contact Tom his email is…
 
In this new season, Luke shares how we can take courageous action towards our dreams by "building the plane as you fly it". Books referenced included The One Thing by Gary Keller. Interviews mentioned from Season 1 were Tom Evans, Changeability and Go Coaching. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here…
 
In a short seasonal episode, Luke asks how we can simplify our Christmas, rather than becoming saturated with too much busyness. News items were land rovers, chimp art and a Viking hoard. If you'd be willing to leave a review of the show the links are here for iTunes and here for the UK Podcast Directory. To listen to the show via stitcher the link…
 
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