Hey everyone,

I really liked Nate Soares' Replacing Guilt series, which has had a major positive impact on growing my intrinsic motivation.

Recently, I compiled all the posts into an ePUB for my own reading, and I thought it might be good to share it here if anyone would like to download it for their e-readers / on-the-go-reading. (I got Nate's permission first, so it's all good.)

Google Drive link here.

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Thanks for compiling the series like this. I really appreciated being able to read it on my Kindle!

To help make Nate's ideas even more accessible, I'm currently producing an audio version. It can be found at https://anchor.fm/guilt or by searching "Replacing Guilt Podcast" on all podcast platforms. I intend to make a single audiobook out of it at the end too*.

If you know of people who would benefit from Replacing Guilt, but primarily consume audio instead of reading, please do forward it their way.

*All with Nate's permission, of course

Thanks for this podcast! I'm one of those people that primarily consume audio. Wanted to offer some encouragement, production quality definitely surpassed my expectations. Pleasure to listen to.

Apologies for the late reply. Thanks for your kind words and support!

My Replacing Guilt output has been very low lately, but I'll have some more time flexibility in the near future and will start making progress again.

The posts listed under "Related" on http://mindingourway.com/guilt/, including "Conclusion of the Replacing Guilt series", are missing.


Thanks for pointing this out. It's been a while, and I forgot how I made the original epub.

If someone else figures out how to add them all to a new file, I'm happy to update the link in the OP to point to the new file.

I read the first post, which is excellent. Thanks for sharing.

Thank you very much for making this. It didn't work for me on google play books before converting to mobi and back to epub using calibre. This is that version:


Thanks for the link; added to my reading queue