Beach Walk 419 – Pono Sandwich

My buddy Doctor Trey explained to me how he uses the Hawaiian concept of “pono.”

Pono has a long page in the Hawaiian dictionary. It refers to a state of goodness, respect, virtuousness. It can be used in many ways. Trey’s “pono sandwich” is similar to the One Minute Reprimand featured in the One Minute Manager.
Doctor Trey

How’s your holiday from “need” going?

Mahalo nui Kaimoku for our new song!

Hawaiian words
Pono: goodness, uprightness

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Beach Walk 418 – No Need for Need

I was inspired by my friend Luci who is taking a hiatus from being “indispensable.” Want to join me in a 48-hour boycott of the word “need”?

We use that word so cavalierly, inadvertently pressuring ourselves and others. It actually has very limited applications. You’re invited to join me in abstaining from its use unless you are literally starving or freezing to death, or the like. See if you notice a difference in your brain and your body. See if it helps you lighten you up. See if life takes on less strain and more gain.

P.S. Sorry about the little QA issues in today’s show. We -need- want (!) to get those fixed ASAP.

Mahalo nui Kaimoku for our new song!

Hawaiian words
Nele: need
Makemake: want

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