Season 3 of Simplify Drops April 5
If you’re already a Simplify subscriber then you know the drill — six episodes, six authors, six ways to make life simpler. If you haven’t subscribed yet, then listen to the trailer above and get on it!
Across two seasons of the podcast, we’ve spoken to productivity whizzes, sexperts, gender equality activists, nutrition gurus, happiness researchers, marketing insiders, life coaches, and professional provocateurs, to name a few. And each of these conversations has had one goal in mind: to help you simplify the complex stuff of life.
Season 3 has a whole lot more where that came from. If, for example, you want to make your habits work for you, or to figure out which common misconceptions are limiting your sex life, then we’ve got some answers and actionable tips to get you on the way to detangling life’s most difficult challenges. Make sure to subscribe to Simplify now wherever you normally get your podcasts.
The first episode — featuring Pulitzer-prize-winning author of The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg — drops on April 5th. You can also look forward to hearing from the writer of Come As You Are, Emily Nagoski, Christopher Ryan of Sex at Dawn fame, and other bestselling authors. If you’re already a fan and like the show, then please tell a person that you think would like it too. It really does help.
We loved hearing from you last season, so we’re again asking you to answer our favorite question: “what did you discover was easier than you initially thought it was?” Just record a voice memo with your answer, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also use that email address if you’d like to contact us about anything more general, or to send feedback, questions, or just to say hi. 👋 And if you’d like to get in touch with either of the hosts about the show, or anything we talk about during the course of the season, then tweet Caitlin @caitlinschiller or Ben @bsto.
So, to recap:
- Simplify Season 3 is back soon!
- Episode 1 drops April 5th.
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- Subscribe to the show.
- Share with one person you like.
- Tweet us your thoughts.
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