Still looking for a healthy rhythm of life amidst all the social distancing and quarantining? In this follow-up to last week's epic conversation with singer/songwriter Scott Mulvahill, we talk about the power of discipline and desire in the life of every artist. But you don't have to be an artist to recognize the irreplaceable need for structure in your life to cultivate inspiration. This is the perfect conversation for anyone who's still finding their way in a world taken over by the coronavirus. Stay in touch with Scott at http://www.scottmulvahill.com and claim your FREE welcome package (this week only!) by subscribing as a Love Good patron at http://joinlovegood.com.
Scott Mulvahill is no stranger to Love Good! He joins Jimmy on the podcast this week to chat about recent career developments, new music currently in the hands of our patrons, and his commitment to living without fear in a world paralyzed by expectation. Given the alarming spread of coronavirus this month, fearlessness has become the world's much-needed virtue. Stay in touch with Scott at http://www.scottmulvahill.com and claim your spot at Jimmy's 3-night mission this week live-streamed at https://mailchi.mp/lovegoodculture/letbeautyspeak.
As you know, a real spirit of anxiety has taken over the world, and it's never been so important to root ourselves in faith and bring beauty to those in need of hope. This week, Jimmy and Fr. Ryan Adorjan discuss the simple but profound idea of being reborn in wonder, of reclaiming your childlike imagination in a world that has slipped into a posture of suspicion and fear. What a simple but wonderful way to remember the importance of keeping beauty at the forefront of our lives. As we continue to see big events cancelled across the world, there's never been a better time to subscribe as a Love Good patron and get full access to our exclusive livestreams and videos: https://lovegoodculture.com/5/.
Joining us for the first time on the podcast, singer/songwriter John Tibbs shares stories behind his brand new EP “Wilder Years” and epic words of wisdom from his time on the road. He reminds us of the importance of intentionality, the need for living every day like it's our last, and the power of beauty to bring us all together. To all you fellow runaways and pilgrims out there, you always have a home with Love Good. To learn more about John and to stream his new EP, go to https://www.johntibbsmusic.com. For all the details about our 2020 contest for Love Good patrons, check out http://lovegoodcontest.com.
Beginning with a conversation about the importance of your personal history in shaping who you are, Jimmy and Ryan quickly transition into one of the most interesting and insightful conversations about the temperaments we've ever heard. If you're serious about cultivating the art of being human and growing in self-awareness, this conversation is for you! Learn more about Dr. Ryan Hanning at http://www.ryanhanning.com and get signed up for our 2020 contest at http://lovegoodcontest.com.
This week’s episode is a celebration of our patrons, who’ve already been transformed from passive consumers into intentional curators with their investment in Love Good. How would you like to join them on the front lines and take it to the next level by becoming a cultural influencer? Throughout the month of March, our fiercest and most faithful patrons will compete in an epic contest that will empower them to evangelize culture through beauty. Their prizes are as hipster as free vinyl records and as hype as free trips to Nashville. If you’re not yet a patron, subscribe today at http://joinlovegood.com. Then sign up for our patron-exclusive contest at http://lovegoodcontest.com! May the odds be ever in your favor.
Have you ever tapped into the power of hope to conquer your fears? Singer/songwriter Tyson Motsenbocker joins us on the podcast this week to discuss his own journey to hope that led to the release of his new album "Someday I'll Make It up to You" last Friday. He's currently on the road with Colony House, and you can stream the new album at http://www.tysonmotsenbocker.com. Then sign up for our 2020 contest (and your chance at a free trip to Nashville!) before anyone else at http://lovegoodcontest.com.
In a conversation that spans topics as diverse as friendship, contentment, time management, and spontaneity, Jordy Searcy joins us on the podcast this week to share stories behind his brand new album releasing on Valentine's Day this week. You may have heard him on The Voice a few years ago or maybe you're about to be a super-fan showing up at his intimate concerts all over the country. Either way, this conversation will give you an inspiring glimpse into his career and fire you up to live a life of authenticity and joy. Learn more about Jordy at https://www.jordysearcymusic.com and subscribe to our YouTube Channel at http://youtube.com/lovegoodculture/.
Most of us struggle to sink our roots, commit to relationships or projects, and persevere when the going gets tough. We love keeping our options open. This week on the podcast, Jimmy sits down with Zach Vinson who shares about the power of commitment in his own life, as evidenced by the theme of his new album “And Yet” (available everywhere music is streamed!). Learn more about Zach at http://www.zachvinson.com and set a reminder for our exclusive live stream with him this weekend: http://lovegoodlive.com.
What does it look like to be in right relationship with technology in an increasingly digital era? With the help of the great German intellect Romano Guardini, Jimmy and Fr. Ryan unpack the importance of this question and offer practical advice on how to remain master over your technology so it doesn't become master over you. This is also your week to get a FREE VINYL of Colony House's new record Leave What's Lost Behind. All you have to do is be one of the first 10 to subscribe as a new Love Good patron at http://joinlovegood.com or request an upgrade to your existing patronage by sending us an email at email@example.com. While supplies last!