#70 - Nathan Screwed Up (an honest post-mortem)

After their last conversation about Jungian therapy and how "Shadow Work" can help us get a better look at the more difficult parts of ourselves, Dan and Nathan decide to make things less abstract, and apply their findings to their relationship as cofounders. Taking a recent misunderstanding about growth as a test case, they explore the benefits of validating people despite your skepticism, pushing back against our refusal to see ourselves, and why a return to Ted Lasso might help Nathan gain some clarity.



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