Welcome to the Ozark Talks volume 4.
Tonight’s episode, “Tonight, We Improvise” exhibits yet another extremely important and powerful facet of the Art of NGF Victim to Adventurer Training.
We find Marty striving to get his head above the dark blue lake water after finally getting some ‘dripping’ sleep at the end of episode 3.
Marty and Bobby Dean go head to head over the ‘Titty Bar,’ Ruth moves closer to the Byrdes family and their businesses, and Wendy starts stepping into her own victim to adventurer experience.
Join us around the damp campfire while we recount the tales and practice live Imagination Training for you to use the show to bring some transcendence and victim to adventurer mojo into your own life.
Do you have any situations in your life that seem unsolvable? Can you gather clues from Marty and crew about how you might rethink, reframe, and improvise solutions that you never thought of before?
Let us know in the comments or in an honest, well-written review.
Welcome to episode 3 of the Ozark talks. Tonight’s episode dives deep into the elements driving “My Dripping Sleep,” as the intensity of the events of episodes 1 and 2 have finally taken their toll on Marty’s ability to function–or even to stay awake.
This well-earned rest signifies a new stability on the horizon for the Byrdes in the Ozarks.
After their rather bumpy, turbulence-filled landing, Marty and family have begun to settle in–reluctantly, but settled nonetheless.
Find out how this episode depicts themes of transcendence, and gives you a huge array of tools and inspiration you can apply immediately in your life, to bring yourself from victim of circumstances to eternal adventurer.
Welcome back to Episode 2 of the Ozark Talks.
Garrett, Lance, and Taylor go deep into the lore, mythology, and transcendent themes that permeate this instant-classic television production.
Find out how to use the Art of NGF Ozark Talks along with the first season of the show to train your imagination.
By following along episode by episode, and applying what you learn from the show directly in your life.
Discover how Marty enters the business world of the Ozarks, and embrace the imagination training for yourself.
Enjoy, and do leave an honest review.
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“Wait wait wait just one second, hang on, just talk to me for one second…more shoreline than the whole coast of California…”
You are about to cross a bridge into unknown territory. You have been warned.
Welcome to the Ozark Talks, with Garrett Daun, Lance Leeson, and Taylor Remigi.
Before you listen to this episode, get onto Netflix and watch the first episode of Ozark.
Even if you’ve seen the show before, we highly recommend you go back and start at the beginning, and follow along with us.
Without further ado, we present Ozark Talks Episode 1: Sugarwood
Between the Ozark Talks series coming up each week, we’ve decided to present some short, immediately applicable episodes for you to keep up your Imagination Training, Transcend circumstances that convince you you’re a victim, and to discern the difference between your thoughts and expectations versus your direct experience of reality.
Tonight’s episode gets into this exact facet of existence.
You’ll learn how to start discerning the difference between your ideas and the actual events of your life.
Once you grok that difference fully, your life is yours to own, to take responsibility for, and to evolve in any directions that draw you forward.
Enjoy, and let us know how it goes for you in an honest review in itunes.
We’ve got an insanely special presentation for you, starting today.
Never before has a TV show trespassed into such potent transcendence territory as Ozark.
After my first viewing, I called my comrades Lance and Taylor to see if I Was just making things up.
We all decided to give it a second view.
I even showed the first episode to the guys at the Art of NGF UK Workshop in August 2017.
And yes, from what we all deduced, the major NGF themes of: moving from Victim to Adventurer; Facing Death to Come Back to Life; and Always Moving Forward Using Circumstances to Your Advantage all appear in Ozark.
We loved the show so much that we recorded a special 10-Part Series–one for each episode of Ozark Season 1–for you to use as a form of Imagination Training, to actualize the principles of transcendence exhibited in the show.
And simply because we loved every aspect of the show, from the set design and writing, to the acting, casting, and cinematography–Ozark delivers as a TV drama, and as a vehicle for you to go from victim to adventurer, and to learn how to stay present and live your life more powerfully in the flames of circumstance that surround you.
We proudly present: The Ozark Talks!
(What follows is a Ozark Talks Episode 0: A Preview. Later today, you’ll get episode 1, and we’ll release one per week over the next 9 weeks, plus a special recap at the end. Enjoy!)