#9 The Podcast of Self-Domination with Natsune Oki, Host of LifeUpEducationTV and Author of The Game of Self-Domination artwork
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#9 The Podcast of Self-Domination with Natsune Oki, Host of LifeUpEducationTV and Author of The Game of Self-Domination

  • E9
  • 1:05:09
  • October 24th 2020

How much of procrastination is disguised as learning? Can anyone help you more than yourself? How do you know when self-help is being delivered selfishly?

Sometimes I feel like there's so much self-help that I can't help myself. I consume all of it or I ignore all of it. I want to learn everyone's secrets just so that I don't miss out on the one thing that's going to untether me from all insecurities and surface whatever it is that I'm meant to be contributing to the world.

I never find it but I always thank myself for trying. This is enough to make me feel better about the the week.

It's a constant practice to find balance between advice and action. Patience in a pendulum.

This is why I was interested in speaking with Natsune Oki, Host of LifeUpEducation.TV.

Natsune has just released a book, 'The Game of Self-Domination', where she shares practical frameworks, guidance and stories that can help you achieve mental clarity, improved well-being and put you in the right frame of mind for helping you to achieve your goals.

I really like Natsune's drive. I think she's more selfless than selfish. It's hard to find people like that.


Natsune has such a positive mindset and recording this podcast made me feel better about the week.

Maybe she can do the same for you.

Maybe that's enough.



... or your favourite podcast platform!


The track in this episode is 'When The Noise Settles' by Dusty Decks.

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The Advertising Hour is just an excuse for me to take at least 60-minutes every couple of weeks to explore the goings-on in my curiosity-plagued mind.

Part therapy, part meditation, part study. 

Mostly, I'm hoping to learn a little more about myself, my contemporaries and my obsessions through the study and discussion of all things advertising. 

I expect to get plenty distracted along the way.

At very least I hope to light-up a few unsuspecting synapses. 

It's a bonus for us all if this helps to surface unique marketing insight.