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A society & culture podcast from Evan Sutter

The Sutterfaction podcast is a range of short talks (around 20 minutes) about well-being, happiness, suffering, playfulness, travel, relationships, joy, sex, adventure, and what Camus described as the absurdity of life. More than anything else it is about playing in the uncertainty and sucking the marrow out of life - - living a full, examined, life. Evan Sutter, author, speaker and social entrepreneur blends the wisdom from great philosophers, thinkers, writers, and doers with practical psychology, storytelling, and his own unique experiences to plant seeds for thought and discussion.

Sutterfaction plays at the intersection of philosophy, psychology, art, business, health and happiness.

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