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For centuries, all sorts of people—generals and politicians, athletes and coaches, writers and leaders—have looked to the teachings of Stoicism to help guide their lives. Each day, author and speaker Ryan Holiday brings you a new lesson about life, inspired by the thoughts and writings of great Stoic thinkers like Marcus Aurelius and Seneca the Younger. Daily Stoic Podcast also features Q+As with listeners and interviews with notable figures from sports, academia, politics, and more. Learn more at DailyStoic.com.

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In the second of a two-part interview, Ryan speaks with one of the great non-fiction writers and historians of our time, Adam Hochschild, about his classic 1986 memoir Half The Way Home: A Memoir of Father and Son, the impetus for his latest book American Midnight: The Great War, a Violent Peace, and Democracy's Forgotten Crisis, and the process that Adam went through to improve his relationship with his father, and more. 

Adam Hochschild is an American author, journalist, historian, and lecturer. He has written 11 books, including the highly regarded and influential King Leopold’s Ghost and Bury the Chains. He has written for the New Yorker, Harper’s Magazine, The Atlantic, Granta, the Times Literary Supplement, the New York Review of Books, the New York Times Magazine, and The Nation. He has received many awards for his writing, including the Duff Cooper Prize and the Mark Lynton History Award for King Leopold’s Ghost, and the California Book Awards Gold Medal and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for History for Bury the Chains. Adam graduated from Harvard in 1963, and he holds honorary degrees from Curry College and the University of St. Andrews.

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It doesn't matter who you are, the facts are the same. Marcus Aurelius was Emperor. Epictetus was a slave. Two different fates, but the same reality. Most of life, most situations are out of our control. All we can do is respond to them well. All we can do is endure them.

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We live in unprecedented times, we like to think. Our technology. Our conflicts. The state of the world. It’s all very new, it’s all very different.

But is it though?

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In Meditations, Marcus Aurelius marvels at “nature’s inadvertence.” A baker, he writes, makes the dough, kneads it and then puts it in the oven. Then physics, then Nature takes over. “The way loaves of bread split open,” Marcus writes, “the ridges are just byproducts of the baking, and yet pleasing, somehow: they rouse our appetite without our knowing why.”

Today is the last day you can order our premium leather-bound edition of Meditations to ensure holiday delivery!

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In the first of a two-part interview, Ryan speaks with one of the great non-fiction writers and historians of our time, Adam Hochschild, about how history can inform the push for change in the present, the civil rights trailblazers he examined in his book Bury the Chains (one of Ryan’s favorites), the links between the Stoic virtues and the United States’ anti-slavery movement, and more. Part two will be published on Saturday.

Adam Hochschild is an American author, journalist, historian, and lecturer. He has written 11 books, including the highly regarded and influential King Leopold’s Ghost. He has written for the New Yorker, Harper’s Magazine, The Atlantic, Granta, the Times Literary Supplement, the New York Review of Books, the New York Times Magazine, and The Nation. He has received many awards for his writing, including the Duff Cooper Prize and the Mark Lynton History Award for King Leopold’s Ghost, and the California Book Awards Gold Medal and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for History for Bury the Chains. Adam graduated from Harvard in 1963, and he holds honorary degrees from Curry College and the University of St. Andrews.

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“It is a vast kingdom to be able to cope without a kingdom,” Seneca wrote in his play, Thyestes. This was no mere word play. This was hard-won wisdom.

No one can stop you from ruling over yourself. It’s the best and the biggest and the strongest kingdom there is.

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Those who have never been tested should be pitied, Seneca said, because they don’t know what they’re capable of. To Marcus, philosophy was all about challenging yourself. It was about settling on words and reminders (epithets, he called them) to live up to, particularly in difficult situations.

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The Roman Empire at that time was enormous. Jobs were scarce. Unemployment was high. Rapid expansion and economic stagnation had led to a sort of economic recession–one not unlike the one that looms globally right now.

In response, the upper and ruling classes came together and instituted the Cura Annonae—the “care of grain.” The government distributed free grain to the poor and the suffering, ensuring that everyone had enough to eat, doing their Stoic duty to care for the common good.

It’s an inspiring legacy that continues to this day–in fact, it’s one we’ve tried to not just speak about here at Daily Stoic but act on.

If you would like to donate to Feeding America, just head over to dailystoic.com/feeding

If you live outside the U.S., check out Action Against Hunger —the global humanitarian organization that fights against hunger across nearly 50 countries.

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Nobody wrote about the “good life” more beautifully than Horace (65-8 BCE). In numerous writings, the Roman poet shared his wisdom on how to use virtue as a key to unlocking contentment and, therefore, happiness in our daily lives. Today, Ryan presents a selection of Horace’s ideas in the second half of the “The Search For the Good Life” chapter in the How to Be Content installment of Princeton University Press’s Ancient Wisdom for Modern Readers series, translated by Stephen Harrison.

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For many people, happiness is associated with contentment: being around family, enjoying work, having enough. But what are the secrets to obtaining a contented life in a world of materialistic excess and personal pressures?

One of Rome's greatest and most influential poets, Horace (65-8 BCE) shared his wisdom about this question in his writings. In How to Be Content, Stephen Harrison, a leading authority on the poet, provides fresh, contemporary translations of poems from across Horace's works that continue to offer important lessons about the good life, friendship, love, and death.

In this episode Ryan presents an excerpt of that book which specifically focuses on the idea of passion, and how the drive to obtain more and more can come between us and the good life.

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Ryan talks to mother-daughter duo Drs. Edith Enger and Marianne Engle about their work in clinical psychology, the power of spreading kindness in a world that often seems very cruel, letting go of the past through forgiveness, and more.

A native of Hungary, Dr. Edith Eva Eger was just a teenager in 1944 when she experienced one of the worst evils the human race has ever known. As a Jew living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe, she and her family were sent to Auschwitz. Her parents were sent to the gas chambers, but Edith’s bravery kept her and her sister alive. Toward the end of the war Edith and other prisoners had been moved to Austria. On May 4, 1945 a young American soldier noticed her hand moving slightly amongst a number of dead bodies. He quickly summoned medical help and brought her back from the brink of death. Dr. Eger is a practicing psychologist and a specialist in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. She is the author of the bestselling memoir The Choice: Embrace the Possible and The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life

Edith’s daughter, Dr. Marianne Engle, is a clinical psychologist, sports psychologist, and author of a sports psychology program for youth athletes and coaches. Her clients have included professional athletes and teams from the NBA, PGA, and the America’s Cup sailing race in addition to elite athletes in ice skating, baseball, tennis, soccer, water polo, squash, dressage, volleyball, etc. She is currently on the faculty of the NYU Langone Medical School. She has held faculty appointments at Harvard, MIT, and UCSD in addition to being a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Sport and Society. She is a board member of the NYU Sport and Society program. Marianne also has a long history as a food writer and cook.

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About this podcast: You can travel at your age, level, status, and interest. Wherever you are in your journey through life, take a minute to consider where you want to travel and our tips will help you get there and our mistakes will make you smile, knowing you got this! Dr Mary Travelbest wrote 5 Steps to Solo Travel, and knows what you need to get going, one woman at a time.

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In this episode: The FAQ is: How do those from other nations view American travelers? The destination is New Zealand, South Island. The lesson learned is: getting ripped of while traveling.

and the tip is to listen to other podcasts about travel, besides this one from Dr Mary Travelbest, of course. 

 

FAQ : How do others view American travelers?

 

The answer is a bit uncomfortable to even ask but realistic. To those in foreign countries, they may look at Americans in a negative light, mostly because they only know what they see in the news media. America has the “World Series” in baseball, but it’s all teams from the USA and Canada. Being the greatest nation in the world may not serve the needs of people in other countries, so remember that you are a representative of your home nation, wherever you go. Overall, New Zealand was one country that really liked American travelers.

https://www.pewresearch.org/global/2020/09/15/us-image-plummets-internationally-as-most-say-country-has-handled-coronavirus-badly/

Best of Independent Destination- New Zealand’s South Island

My friend Jenny Latto, from near Auckland, New Zealand is traveling inside of her country due to the pandemic and she’s enjoying it more than ever since the tourists are almost all Kiwis these days. She’s going to travel with a few friends to the South Island for a holiday, and a Multisport race. The team does running, cycling, kayaking, and more.

Check the South Island map of New Zealand and how green it is. One city you may have heard of is Christchurch, where there was a big earthquake and a massacre. Christchurch is hotter than Auckland since it’s not surrounded by water.

When I visited New Zealand, I flew Air New Zealand and loved the service from start to finish. I flew all over the country and it was easy to get around, and lovely to see all the sheep. Once you can travel there, be sure to give yourself time to know the people as well as the beauty there.

 

If I had limited time in New Zealand, I would visit the Milford Sound, not far from Queenstown on the western side of the south island. One of my worldly traveled friends told me he thinks it’s the best part of the earth. In many ways, this area has similar sights to Norway. The boat trip through the fjords was somewhat magical to me. The waterfalls are stunning. There’s plenty more to see, so look in the show notes.

 

Franz Josef Glacier is where you can see the glacier firsthand and upclose. I started as a passenger in a plane on land, and minutes later I was ended up walking on the glacier.

Franz Josef Glacier is one of the steepest glaciers in New Zealand, descending from its origins high in the Southern Alps deep into the lush native rainforest of Westland's National Park. It also moves faster than your average glacier. This creates some truly incredible features in the glacier such as ice caves, tunnels and crevasses; all of which are constantly changing and evolving so no two days are ever the same.

 

 https://www.franzjosefglacier.com/

 

Ride a chairlift above town in Queenstown

https://www.queenstownnz.co.nz/

 

https://www.milford-sound.co.nz/about/

 

Be sure to listen to the North Island episode of New Zealand, too.

Today’s Lesson learned-Getting ripped off while traveling.

When did I get ripped off? I almost never get taken when I’m traveling. Most people have been especially nice and thoughtful to me. However, here’s what happened to my friend, a very seasoned traveler. She was walking in a large downtown city, a construction zone, so the sidewalk was narrow. It was nighttime, and someone walked up to her, asked her a question, and then physically took her entire backpack and ran away with it. That’s the kind of story that sounds made up but it wasn’t. So if you’re ever in an area that may seem to be trouble, make sure that you have an escape. If you are wearing a hidden money belt, that’s the safest you can be.

Today’s Travel Advice- Listen to other travel podcasts

You have a choice when it comes to other podcasts. We hope you listen to the following, The Globetrotter Lounge with Lisette, which is an interview format with inspiring women guests who have traveled and shared their stories. Or what about listening to the history of New York through the podcast, Bowery Boys, or even listening to The Thoughtful Travel Podcast with Aussie Amanda Kendle, who talks about practical and useful tips from other travelers? 

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Special Title: San Diego Zoo and Safari Parks Wildlife Alliance Part 1 of 2

 

In this episode: 

The FAQ is: What is your purpose for traveling?

Today’s Special episode:  San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Part 1

Today’s Mistake- Time zone mayhem

Travel Advice:  Prioritize Flexibility

 

In this episode: FAQ What is your purpose for travel?

Answer: My purpose for traveling and especially solo travel, is to reach into places that may not be the most populated and to connect with women where they are to help bridge the culture gap.

World peace is the ultimate goal for seeing this through. If I can reach 1,000,000 women and help 1000 of them travel solo, that is my specific goal next year! I’ll be asking if and how I helped you.

Destination: Part 1 of 2 San Diego Zoo and Safari Parks is now the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance

The Wildlife Alliance is trying to create a world where all life thrives. They have two front doors. In this episode, we focus on the Zoo, and in the next episode, it will be the Safari Park, formerly known as the Wild Animal Park.

https://sandiegozoowildlifealliance.org/

https://sdzsafaripark.org/tickets

Ambassadors are all around to help with saving, protecting, and preserving all around the world. Rick Schwartz is a spokesperson; if you call their website's phone number, you will hear all about their good works. You will hear about how the Northern White Rhinos are endangered. Wildlife rescue centers like this does research. It’s vet science on steroids. They are leveraging 100 years of wildlife science.

Several species are new and born at the park.

https://sandiegozoowildlifealliance.org/sites/default/files/2022-03/Annual_Report_PHL22.pdf

 

It’s full of some of the rarest species. I will name a few animals, but you have to come to see them in person. The Wallabies,

Kangaroos and koalas are some of the best exhibits, so head to the Aussie side of the park, where you may find smaller crowds even on a busy day.

The gorillas and the chimpanzees are also lively, and the kids bounce around.

There is a free tram you can ride around the park. It is a stop-and-get-off anywhere you want. There are a lot of hills, so this does help with so much walking.

There is a paid guided tour you can ride as well. 

The elephants are easy to spot, and you see them pretty close up!

Me: My favorite places in the zoo are the koalas, where even though these animals sleep most of the day, they are still cute.

The girls' koala exhibit is one of the best.

I like to see the birds' exhibits here.

The main attractions are Africa Rocks, with baboons, lemurs, and leopards.

Polar Bear Plunge, with an immersive Artic habitat, and see the polar bears above and below the water's surface. 

The Skyfari Aerial Tram will take you over the wildlife habitats with a view of Balboa Park.

Today’s Mistake: Time zone mayhem

I’ve struggled with the right time zones for meetings and travel. Synching devices and software don’t work. If you frequently change time zones, you know how challenging it is. I arrived late for a big meeting. I arrived an hour ahead of time on another day. Remember to adjust for the time difference.

 

Lessons Learned- Carrying too many bags

 

My friend carried too many bags and could not carry them all in one trip.

They should have brought less stuff. Instead of bringing several items, they should consolidate and only bring the minimum needed. Even if you are traveling for a month, you can still manage with the minimum baggage. I traveled for a month with a personal item only. You can do it, too.

Today’s Travel Advice: Prioritize Flexibility

Like never before for a traveler, there are choices. Due to that, you should consider paying more for flexibility. What are some new variables? Airports may have a luggage malfunction; check-in times can be longer due to airport staffing shortages, and the weather can change quickly. You can pay for a partial refund or refund with a fee option. Airbnb's now have cancellation policies. Hotels are more flexible now. It used to be the other way around.

Connect to like-minded women and get inspiration from them through your journeys, big and small. Discover the many talents of others by asking meaningful questions about philosophy and not just the weather.

 

I want to bring meaning to your travels.  Send questions and tips to info@drmarytravelbest.com. We can connect on Facebook page, group, or Instagram. Subscribe to YouTube, Twitter, or other social channels. Find the 5 Steps to Solo Travel book series on Amazon. The show notes have more details.

 

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Best of the Outback, Ayers Rock, Australia  

 

 

In this episode: The FAQ is on how to use packing cubes. The destination is the Outback and Ayers Rock, Australia.

The lesson learned is Don’t give up too easily.

The tip is We May Never Pass This way Again, by Seals & Crofts, back from the memory banks.

 

FAQ: What are the advantages of Packing Organizers or travel compression bags? How can I pack a suitcase best using cubes? 

The best way to pack a smaller suitcase, that is one you want to carry on, is using cubes. Many airlines limit your size of carry on, so find out the exact dimensions and get a suitcase small enough to bring. The advantages are efficiency, saving space, keeping clothes clean and dry and prevent you from overpacking.

The cubes are zippered fabric containers, which fit into small spaces so that you are not only more organized, you can bring more. I use four cubes, and they are rectangular in shape, lightweight and have strong zippers. Although the compression bags are good, the cubes don’t need to release air, are more durable and stack neatly. Plus, there will be fewer creases in your clothes. The best way to use them is to lineup everything you want to bring and then organize on how you best want to travel. One cube could be for day 2 of your trip, so everything is easy to access. One cube could be your toiletries and cords. One cube could be a pair of shoes and surround that with smaller items. You’ll notice the fabrics, the shapes of your items and the weight will make a difference. I prefer folding instead of rolling, but you can do a combination so it’s more compact. It may take you several tries to get everything into the cubes, but once you do, you’re all set for your trip. 

https://www.neverendingvoyage.com/how-to-use-packing-cubes-carry-on-travel/

Today’s Episode is about the Outback and Ayers Rock, Australia

 

It is a six-hour drive through bush country from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. Depending on the amount of rain, this can look very barren or colorful. I stayed at a motel not far from The Olgas, which are 12 miles southwest of Ayers Rock. I walked through the gorge with new friends from New South Wales, Australia. From Sunset Strip, I watched Ayers Rock change color, with about 250 viewers at that spot. It’s one of the most photographed rocks in the world. I watched a slide show about the area, and then went out for a moonlight drive to see the rock under the stars. The area has no pollution, clouds or competing light, so they are the most brilliant I’ve ever seen. The culture here is all about the Uluru, the native people from the area. Their folk music is worth a listen. You’ll need to see the sunrise, even if it’s freezing cold. When I visited, you could still climb Ayers Rock, although you no longer can do this, because it’s sacred to the native people.

It was one of the most exciting and fun adventures of my lifetime. From the top of the rock, we had such a clear view to the horizon and further. To get to the top, I followed a white dotted line, and along the way, I sang songs that made my heart light and the journey easy. Even if you can’t climb the rock, you can still become inspired and awed at the colorful palate of nature who changes cues throughout the day at this rock. From light to dark and every color in between, I found much peace at this spot.

Back in Alice Springs, I found a desert-like town and a global village of travelers. It was a bit like Las Vegas, only much smaller. Yes, there were casinos and I went to them. Aboriginal artifacts like boomerangs and weapons were found here, too. This is the Outback.

 

Today’s Mistake-Don’t give up too easily, for example on windsurfing.

 

It took me nearly 40 tries to learn how to windsurf in Fiji. It was on the 40th try that I finally learned how to make the sail sing. So don’t get discouraged, because it may take you a long time, but once you get it and learn the basics, you’ll be sailing. 

 

Today’s Travel Advice- We may never pass this way again. 

 

The Seals & Crofts song makes me smile. Think of all the things you do when you travel and all the memories you store. Remember that you may not get back to this place again, so do what you like, even if it’s just resting and relaxing. Enjoy your time on the road and seeing or resting for the next day!

Life, love and fun is just begun. See the show notes for the link to the song.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvyDKkMYEZ0

 

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 FAQ is: How do you stay healthy when on the road?

 

Today’s Destination is: New Hampshire

Today’s Mistake- The city was closed.

Travel Advice:  Culture rules for solo travelers

 how your travels have changed you. You mention some things: treating flight attendants and fellow travelers kindly, what is the appropriate length for pants, how to behave in public baths. What else? How about things like how your priorities have changed, how you are more daring and how more careful. How you roll with the punches when you get a rash or forget something. How you are very willing to try certain foods, but not turtle blood. Consider including more introspection. It doesn't have to be lengthy, but it's something I would like to read about. And if you decide to do this, do it in the same place for each destination. 

 

FAQ: How do you stay healthy when on the road? Do you have any tips?

 

Answer: Get your immunizations for travel prior to departure. Keep a record, in case you are asked for proof of immunization prior to entering a new country. 

I asked a molecular biologist, who knows cell therapy what she does to stay healthy.

 

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/consumer-health/expert-answers/infrared-sauna/faq-20057954

 

When you travel, she suggests to bring immunity boosters such as: anibiotic prescription tinctures, oregano oil, kickass immunity found at Whole Foods, grape seed extracts, cats claw, and activated charcoal in case you ingest something poisonous. 

She explains that this charcoal helps leach toxic ions from the body. Food poisoning can ruin your trip.

She explained that we lose production of certain vitamins as we get older. She recommends tincture over pills.

She says, “If I am feeling down its a quick pickup for travel.”

I am not a medical doctor, so ask yours for advice.

 

Today’s destination: New Hampshire

 

https://www.visitnh.gov/

New Hampshire is the Granite State. The slogan is Live Free.

Leave no trace, protect the great outdoors.

If you’re looking to take a day trip, or travel swiftly by plane, New Hampshire makes it easy to plan for your transportation. With two major airports, and smaller regional airports across the state, you can fly directly into New Hampshire. Both of my cousins attended UNH. It’s got to be a great place to visit if you are traveling in New Hampshire, located in the eastern part of the state in Durham.

My friends Don and Enid Larsen live in Dunbarton, New Hampshire, which is between Manchester and Concord. They love the rural area and the population is about 3000 people in the town. You may visit this town and find some great people live here, many who own a John Deere vehicle.

Great North Woods: New Hampshire Grand

Dartmouth Lake Sunapee: Dartmouth Lake Sunapee Region

Lakes: Lakes Region Tourism Association

Merrimack Valley: Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce

Monadnock: Monadnock Travel Council

Seacoast: The Seacoast Chamber Alliance

White Mountains: White Mountains Attractions

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In this episode, the FAQ is: If I am a Step 2 traveler, how do I reach Step 3?

Today’s Destination is: Banff, Canada

Today’s Mistake- I rented a hotel room in Alaska without A/C

Travel Advice:  Stoke your wanderlust

 

FAQ: If I am a Step 2 traveler, how do I reach Step 3?

 

Step 2 is for traveling in your same country and in a comfort zone that is familiar. Getting over that level takes some adventure. Ask yourself if you’re ready to see more diverse experiences now. Are you ready to make a move to a distant land, such as Hawaii, Alaska, or the Bahamas? 

Get a travel guidebook and start researching the area for clues on how to get there, what to do and how to prepare. Then talk to people you know who have been there. Ask them questions about what they liked. Be curious. Eventually,  you will have the courage and the savings to make the trip and enjoy the higher step to a more difficult and rewarding adventure.

Today’s destination: Banff, Canada

 

Banff was on my bucket list for a long time. It may be on yours, too.

You can get here by train, plane or automobile. 

You’ll see the pure beauty of Canada’s outdoors, even if it’s rainy for part of the day. It’s scenic and green because it rains a lot here. The drive from Calgary to Banff is beautiful and it’s about 90 miles.

 

https://www.banfflakelouise.com/

https://www.banffjaspercollection.com/attractions/banff-gondola/

 

https://destinationlesstravel.com/calgary-to-banff/

Dr. Travelbest: I drove to Banff, Canada from Waterton, Canada after eating at the Prince of Wales Restaurant near the US/Canada border.

I had been in Glacier National Park and on the Canadian side to explore further into Canada. I liked the feel of the town of Banff immediately. It’s a European-like city. I took a strenuous hike to the top of the Sulfur Mountain Trail. 5.5 km, 655 m elevation gain (2.5-3 hours), and saw stunning views of the Bow (rhymes with throw) Valley. Follow a short trail up to the historic Cosmic Ray Station. There is also a 4-person gondola which in 8 minutes soars to the top of Sulphur Mountain for a bird's-eye view of six incredible mountain ranges. 

 

Whether you walk or take the gondola, stroll along the ridgetop boardwalk where the views get better with every step. Outside is a 360-degree rooftop observation deck and inside a multi-sensory theatre with interactive exhibits,  plus restaurants.

 

That Jacuzzi at the bottom of the mountain felt great after my hike. Banff is known for its hot springs. Take one or more.

 

Banff Springs Hotel (Fairmont) had a convention center and the best tea/coffee ever. Then I drove to Lake Louise Chateau (Fairmount) and had one of the best buffet breakfasts ever. Five-star quality and a high price to match, but I ate for the day here. 

 

The weather was pouring rain, then sunny skies all within an hour, and the beauty was seen in the reflective turquoise water. Nearby is the grand Ice Fields Highway. 3-5 hours to a full-day drive, depending on how often you stop. There are tours you can hire, in the event you don’t have a car. You’ll see Bow (throw) Falls and Morraine Lake. I kept driving up to Jasper, so that may be on your list as well. 

 

Do see the Ice Fields Highway.

Don’t get close to a moose.

Lesson learned- I rented a hotel room in Alaska without A/C

 

Most days in Alaska are cold. I’ve visited twice, and both times were in July. If you are going to Alaska in the summer, check to see if they have air conditioning.

I timed it to the hot days and there was no A/C to cool off. You may find a fan as I eventually did. You should expect extreme temperatures when in Alaska. Learn that lesson here. 

 

Today’s Travel Advice-Stoke your wanderlust

 

If you are thinking of a trip you want to take, start a list of things you know about that country. Do you know anyone who’s been there? Do you know anyone else who may know about the region? Visit your local library, bookstore, and online search engine to find out more and satisfy your curiosity. Keep that list growing. It will soon become your bucket list for travel.

I want to bring meaning to your travels. Send a question or travel tip to info@drmarytravelbest.com. We can connect on my website, Facebook page, group, or Instagram. Subscribe to YouTube, Twitter, or other social channels. Find 5 Steps to Solo Travel series on Amazon. The show notes have more details for you to connect.

 

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In this episode: FAQ is: Need services for handicapped? Where can you go for information?

 

Today’s Destination is: Monarch Dunes and Paso Robles Wineries, CA

Today’s Mistake- Trusting the first person you ask for directions

Travel Advice:  Visit your local zoo or park and get some outdoor fun. 

FAQ: Need services for handicapped? Where can you go for information?

 

Answer: We talk about ability-travel here often, so listen if you want to know more.

I have a friend named Kathryn who is traveling the world now, when she can, and doesn’t let her handicaps keep her from going. She works full time as a teacher, and travels weekends and holidays. She went on a summer trip to Australia and New Zealand and we spoke while she was there.

 

She says there are plenty of services available to those with a lack of ability, and to seek help when you need it. The best advice is to try to stick to a morning routine, as much as possible. 

 

Here’s a few companies that specialize in travel for those situations. 

 

Arrange Accessible accommodations by contacting your hotel and requesting a special room.

Arrange assistance while flying and try to get special accommodations.

https://www.tsa.gov/travel/special-procedures

 

Make sure travel insurance includes medical, because medical is not covered by most plans when you are out of the country. 

Enroll in the Smart Travelers enrollment Program (STEP)

 

https://step.state.gov/step/

Here’s a few companies that specialize in travel for those situations. 

Mobile International USA

Curb Free with Cory Lee

Flying Wheels Travel

Accessible Journeys

Open Doors Organization helps people with travel challenges.

https://opendoorsnfp.org/

 

https://www.cntraveler.com/story/tour-companies-dedicated-to-travelers-with-disabilities

Today’s destination: Monarch Dunes and Paso Robles Wineries, CA

 

Monarch is a butterfly that was well-known in this farming area of Nipomo, CA. and inspired a development of 1200 homes surrounded by beautiful beaches and farming agriculture. 

 

Many people travel to Nipomo for the golf experience. There’s a community of homes, built by Shea Homes that could double for a land-based cruise ship, except it’s not. It’s a community that pops out of nowhere of single family homes. The activities are resort-like and the atmosphere is healthy-looking adults in their 60’s and 70’s. These baby boomers are living large and have their desserts. Many drive Tesla’s. Many have 3 car garages. Some are on the golf course and others on the vineyard, facing the ocean. The breeze is nice here, but the blowing sand gets old fast. There is a ton of sand to sweep. The clubhouse has a pool and spa, plus there’s a shed for throwing pottery and Bocce Ball courts by the pickleball courts. It’s open to the public.

 

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g32785-d624263-Reviews-Monarch_Dunes_Golf_Club-Nipomo_San_Luis_Obispo_County_California.html

 

You’ll also find some great wine tasting in Paso Robles. less than an hour from Nipomo. The region got its reputation of being a wine destination in the 1960’s, starting with the soil scientist from San Luis Obisbo, and Jack Niven was the soil and fruit expert known in this region.

 

https://www.goldmedalwineclub.com/winery/niven-family-wine-estates-san-luis-obispo-county

 

In Paso Robles it is known by winemakers that the same fruit can taste different even when grown as little as 2 miles away. Patience is key in wine growing here as well as in other wine regions. 

 

I visited this July 4 weekend 2022 and stayed in the resort-like area with friends. They played pickleball. And I went to the swimming pool and spa. We planned wine tasting and other cultural adventures. One of those was at the Baileyana winery, on a warm July afternoon, looking over the vineyards from a tent outside in the parking area, surrounded by grassy areas and a building that held the wines. We had a couple of hours tasting and eating our picnic lunch. We arranged this ahead of time and it was easy to find the location and parking.

Our wine expert was Martha, who attended UCSB and has been here for nearly ten years. Baileyana is owned by the Wine Exchange now, who also own Bread Butter in Napa and Chronic in Paso Robles.

 

https://www.wxbrands.com/

 

Do visit a winery and tour a vineyard. Bring a picnic lunch and buy a bottle at the winery.

Don’t forget to make a reservation. Golfing, wine tasting or a meal. You may need to reserve in advance, so plan ahead if you can.

Today’s Mistake- Trusting the first person you ask for directions

 

I get lost a lot. I ask for directions most of the time. This week, I got lost in a casino. I was unable to find where I was going. I found an employee and asked for help. They sent me in the wrong direction, so I got lost again. The next person gave the right directions, and I found my way to my destination. Don’t always trust the directions until you find it’s correct.

 

Today’s Travel Advice-Visit your local zoo or park and get some outdoors fun. 

 

Get outdoors. Leave the devices behind and spend time with the animals, tree life and make a friend. What is your favorite Zoo? My favorite is the World Famous San Diego Zoo. They are now part of the Wildlife Alliance.


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Welcome to Dr Travelbest and a Train Travel Special episode.

In this episode: 

FAQ: What’s the difference between travel medical insurance and emergency medical evacuation coverage?

Today’s Special TOPIC: Train travel

Today’s Mistake- Not sleeping on the plane to Europe and jet lag

Travel Advice:  Tips on train travel

FAQ: What’s the difference between travel medical insurance and emergency medical evacuation coverage?

Answer: 

Travel medical insurance

This is important coverage for Step 3, 4, and 5 travelers going abroad, where your U.S. health plan may have limited glocal coverage or no coverage. Travel medical insurance usually pays for ambulance service, doctor and hospital bills and other medical expenses during your trip. You can find generous coverage limits of up to $500,000 per person, but depending on your trip you may not need that level of coverage. This can add up. I recently broke my wrist in a city where I don’t have coverage, and my insurance is paying. The costs have been HUGE. I would have been out about $10 thousand if I wasn’t insured, and I’ve seen the bills. All I had to pay was the deductible.

Medicare does not pay for health care outside the U.S., which is Step 4 and 5, and in some instances Step 3 in 5 Steps to Solo Travel. There may be a few exceptions in very limited circumstances. Some say travel medical insurance is essential for senior travelers.

If Covid is a concern, you can find travel insurance policies that cover Covid-related medical expenses if you contract the virus during your trip. Some who do cover this include: John Hancock, HTH Worldwide, GoReady, AXA, Nationwide, TravelSafe, USI and AIG.

Emergency medical evacuation coverage

This is also important coverage again for Step 3, 4 and 5 travelers, especially if you’re going to a remote area where quality medical care might be hard to find. Emergency medical evacuation insurance pays to get you to the nearest adequate medical facility. You can find coverage of $1 million per person from plenty of firms. If you have one you recommend, please let me know.

Topic: Special issue on Train Travel

Train travel is reliable ground transportation that is appealing to those who prefer not to fly or drive. As a passenger, you can do what you want. You may choose to enjoy the scenery, sleep, work, play, or make a friend.

My most recent train trip was from San Diego to San Luis Obispo the weekend of July 4. I took an Amtrak surf liner train from Solana Beach, California to Guadalupe, California on a busy Friday afternoon. We departed at 12:40 PM and I was able to get a seat on the top deck of a two deck train and stored my luggage above my seat. Many people were standing in the aisles for up to 20-30 minutes as it was a holiday weekend in a touristy area. The train stopped several times before going on a break in Los Angeles. The crew changed here.

The direction of my train car changed in Union Station, Lost Angeles. That was so strange for someone like me who is directionally challenged. I stayed in the same seat, but I felt like I was going in a different direction. 

And from Los Angeles heading north we went to another several stops and the conductor also reminded us that we would be slowing down to 15 miles an hour in certain spots. This is due to recent accidents on the train involving pedestrians. So the train was a little slow in some areas. That did not matter to me.  The view from the train car was outstanding along this journey. I had ocean views the entire way from Santa Barbara north to near San Luis Obispo.

We arrived in Guadalupe at 8:35 pm, 40 minutes after our scheduled arrival. It was late, and due to the lack of cell service in a remote area, it was hard to send messages that we’d be late. The train station was small, without even an office; it's  a parking lot. 

 The return trip was so different from the way there. Instead of searching many cars for a seat, I was the only one in my “Business Class' ' car when I got aboard in Guadalupe. The operator greeted me with a smile and a welcome snack kit, including some goodies to drink and eat. A few people boarded during the journey, but mostly I had the cab to myself. When it gets dark on July 4 it’s spectacular for watching fireworks. I would suggest you book yourself on a train next July 4. Find a place where you can see a lot of fireworks and enjoy the moving show.

You may have traveled by train in several other countries, so tell me about your train travels. Train trips that I have taken include across the US plus in Japan the shincasen, China’s high-speed trains, Kenya, Chile, plus eurail travel throughout France and Germany.

Today’s Mistake - Not sleeping on the plane to Europe and jet lag

My first trip across the Atlantic Ocean was a jetlag disaster. It was a Step 4 trip. I arrived in London at 9am and was so tired I could not think straight. I got myself a hotel room and all I did was want to sleep. I put my head down and then was awoken by someone who wanted to paint the room. Of course, I said no, but he kept banging. He said he couldn’t get paid until he painted. So, eventually, I let him in to paint and he did and then he left.  My mistake was not sleeping on the plane, and not adjusting my sleep cycle to be in a new time zone. Don’t do what I did. Get your time shifted before you get to the airport and sleep on the plane if at all possible.

Today’s Travel Advice: Tips on train travel: 

Use trains as an alternative to other transportation, such as driving or flying commercial airlines. It's easier to board and unboard than on a plane with the challenges of airports. Most trains run on a regular schedule and are reliable and safe. I would recommend you take a trip on a train due to the convenience and embrace the relaxation. When you arrive at your destination, you will be more refreshed.

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In this episode: FAQ is:  How can I travel solo while I am still in a “group”? 

Today’s Destination is: Sedona, AZ

Today’s Mistake- Bought the wrong ticket online

Travel Advice:  Gas up when half full.

 

FAQ: How can I travel solo while I am still in a “group”? 

 

Answer: Before or after your group trip, plan some solo time, for just you. That way, when you do get to the arranged activities, you will be ready and prepared. Some people like to warm up by going with just one friend, before they join the group. That’s ok, too.

 

After your group tour, you may want to have a few days in the same region to purposefully explore other options, and see things that were left off the tour. Tourguides generally only show you the best parts of the region. To really experience, you need some solo trip time, too.

 

Today’s destination: Sedona, Arizona

 

Sedona, Arizona and the Verde Valley area is 1200 square miles big and is a traveler’s delight. It’s like an oasis in the desert, but lifelike and real. It’s known for spirituality and wellness, plus red rocks.

 

Sedona’s magic goes back to history and legend. Sedona may have been linked to early Aztec or Mayan occupation thousands of years ago. The earliest native artifacts—such as pottery and weavings—found in the area date back to as early as the 7th century. Later on, there are tribes that were here including Hopi, Navajo, and (YA- VA Pie) Yavapai.

 

Cliff houses are worth exploring such as Sedona’s (pal at kI) Palatki Heritage Site or nearby Montezuma Castle. Way back in the 16th century, the Spanish called the local in-dig in us) Indigenous people Sinagua, which means without water. Sedona is named after the wife of TC Schnebly, the founder in modern days of the area.

 

https://visitsedona.com/

 

Arizona reminds me of a rusty color and rustic travel. You can take your hike or spiritual journey here. If driving through, please drive from north to south for the best views. Be aware of falling rocks.

 

It’s a two-hour drive from Phoenix and a getaway from the deserts surrounding the area. Every time I arrive here, I learn something new and so will you. I’ve never been to a spa here, but they seem outstanding. You’ll find plenty of New Age shops, spas, and art galleries. For nature, consider bird watching, hiking, or picnics.

 

My favorite activity in Sedona is hiking. You will need to find a good location and bring the right equipment. Don’t forget to bring a lot of water, too. Stay hydrated.

Today’s Mistake- I bought the wrong ticket online.

I was looking for a trip, and bought the wrong ticket. I realized my error afterwards. I went in and cancelled that trip and then bought the right trip. I had to double check that my airline gave me the credit for the cancelled ticket. In the USA, they have to give you a refund if it’s within 24 hours of purchase. Other countries have different rules.

Today’s Travel Advice-Gas up when half full

 

Check the gas gauge when you get in the car. Make sure you have enough. It’s best to fill up early in the day if you can. I try to fill up whenever I am halfway full.

Gas prices have been dropping lately. Use the GasBuddy app or similar method of finding the cheapest gas in your neigbhorhood. 

 

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In this episode: FAQ is:  Yuli asked, Where can I travel pretty far and well on a smaller budget?

Today’s Destination is: Philadelphia

Today’s Mistake- Getting in the wrong line

Travel Advice:  Let’s both win through travel.

 

FAQ: Where can I travel pretty far and well on a smaller budget?

 

Answer:  

Traveling a long distance should not be the end goal, but if you are looking for a Step 5 travel experience, here’s an idea good for a smaller budget.

You can see a lot in Thailand on a shoestring budget. It’s got plenty of airlines serving the country plus you can get around in the main cities via public transportation. So consider going here for your next trip.

It is a tropical island, so consider that it will be humid and rainy often. You may need to cool off in a beachy resort, and know that you can find great deals. You can get an awesome massage for a small fee here, so that will be my suggestion. You could afford one every day you visit. Pamper yourself here.

 

Today’s destination is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

The city of Brotherly Love is what Philly is known for, the 6th largest US city. And cheestakes. You as a traveler will want to see the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and where the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were signed. You will also like the American Revolutionary sites. It’s a step 1 or step 2 city of the 5 steps to solo travel.

 

More recent fame is for the run to the top of the staircase where in the movie “Rocky”, the movie is, with Sylvester Stallone working out, which is the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The theme music still rings in my head for that great film. Da da da da ….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZCO40Zwt00

 

The region not only has American history and arts, but also a lot of traditional foods and activities. Philly has the most outdoor sculptures and murals than any other US city per capita. find them in all parts of town. Fairmount Park, Wissa hickon Valley Park are two examples of parks in the city.

 

How many tourists visit? 42 million in 2016 who spent nearly $7 Billion that year.

Phillies, Eagles, 76ers and plenty of other sports keep fans hoping for winning seasons here. Catch a game if you are in town.

Some neighborhoods are best during the daytime, because there can be danger at nighttime if you’re not familiar with the inner city areas. Some are less safe than others, like any large city. 

Some travelers combine Philadelphia with Amish Country, which was episode 136. Other people combine Philly with a visit to Washington, DC, episode 177  and even New York, episodes 100 and 101.

I spoke to Chrissy Watts, who is a Phily tour guide. She helps organize events such as: bar crawls. You can find her info in show notes:

(@215experiences 

She organizes Five star black mural tours, wellness sessions, themed party buses for locals and visitors.

IG @phillyexperiences)

 

Don’t travel in the inner city at night alone

Do enjoy some of the history, art and sports.

Today’s Mistake- Getting in the wrong line

 

If you are solo, it’s not so easy to lineup like if you have a partner. If you have a partner, one can stand in line and the other can find out if it’s the right line by asking someone in charge. Once I waited in line at the airport for an airline ticket, but could have easily ordered it on my phone. Just because everyone is lining up doesn’t meet you should. If you can, consider how you can navigate the situation on your phone with an app. If you are lining up in person and can’t use the app, they ask someone in front of you to save your place in line and get agreement.

 

Today’s Travel Advice-.Let’s both win!

 

When you have a successful trip, I win. Let me know where you traveled, where you had the best time and what to look forward to next.

 

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Mindy's got a new friend who lives... inside her phone?! Meet Zoodle, the digital assistant! She can have full conversations with you, but can she laugh at your jokes?! It's the Who, What, When, Where, How, and WOW of Artificial Intelligence!

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There's a cookie thief on the loose, and only Guy can crack the case... Judge Guy Razzy! No one remembers eating Mindy's world famous cookies... but could this be a case of false memory?! Join the WOW crew for a trial of the century (or at least of the week), uncover the truth, and find out if there is a way to reverse these false memories.

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How do you put on a game show in space... you PLANET! We've got the questions AND answers in this STELLAR round of Two What's?! And A Wow! We're challenging you to find the facts from the fiction about PLANETS!

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Thomas Fingerling is down with a case of the toots after drinking a gallon of milk. Why in the world does milk give some people gas?! And how long has it been this way?! It's the who, what, when, where, why, how and WOW of lactose intolerance. Grownups, don't forget to VOTE for your Wowzer's favorite episode this year. Vote now at tinkercast.com/vote!

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What are fire ants and alligators doing in Mindy's Gingerbread Mansion?! And why is Mindy calling them by the wrong names?! We've got the questions AND answers in this ear-catching round of Two Whats?! And A Wow! We're challenging you to find the facts from the fiction about animal names! Originally aired 11/5/21.

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Mindy and Guy Raz are facing the music and forming band! All they need is just a little more... seashell? Join Mindy, Guy Raz, and the rest of WOW crew on an adventure back to Stone Age to track down an 18,000 year old instrument! It's the who, what, when, where, why, how, and wow of SEASHELLS! Originally aired 5/10/21.

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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

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Dinosaur of the day Poekilopleuron, one of the first described theropods—from 1836 in France.

Interview with Elías and Denver. Elías Warshaw is a research associate at Badlands Dinosaur Museum & a student at Montana State University. Denver Fowler is the curator at the Badlands Dinosaur Museum.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • Presentations from the Theropods session of SVP 2022
  • A new Daspletosaurus species, wilsoni, was named which appears to be an evolutionary link between two previously known species

 

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Dinosaur of the day Caenagnathus, A large oviraptorosaur that lived in the Late Cretaceous in what is now Alberta, Canada.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • Presentations from the Dinosaur Macroevolution/Macroecology session of SVP 2022
  • The Soft Tissues and Taphonomy talks from SVP 2022

 

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Dinosaur of the day Bruhathkayosaurus, a titanosaur sauropod that lived in Late Cretaceous in what is now India (in the Kallamedu Formation).

Interview with Steve Brusatte, a paleontologist, paleontology advisor for Jurassic World, and author of The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs, and more recently The Rise and Reign of the Mammals

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  • The Dinosaur Technical Session from the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2022 annual meeting

 

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Dinosaur of the day Udanoceratops, Largest known leptoceratopsid found to date.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new very large ornithomimosaur was discovered in Mississippi
  • Ornithoscelida is dead, but the dinosaur family tree might be getting another update
  • Scientists found that the early dinosaur Coelophysis had a lot of variation in how they grew
  • The pachycephalosaurid Stegoceras may have head-butted
  • There's a new predictive modelling framework to estimate dinosaur bite force
  • Scientists reconstructed an Amargasaurus head
  • Phys.org featured Doug Boyer, founder of MorphoSource, a digital repository of museum specimen 3D scans

 

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Dinosaur of the day Zanabazar, the largest known Asian troodontid.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • New "giant theropod material" may be a third carcharodontosaurid in Cretaceous Morocco or more support for the dinosaur Sauroniops
  • There’s a new titanosaur, Ibirania, which looked like other sauropods although smaller—despite not being on an island
  • A new massopodan sauropodomorph Tuebingosaurus maierfritzorum has been named from Germany
  • A new juvenile T. rex was recently fund and is on display in Colorado
  • A new study shows that many dinosaurs were endothermic ("warm blooded"), while others were ectothermic ("cold blooded")
  • Shortly before hatching, a bird's pelvis looks the same as a dinosaur’s pelvis
  • Not all dinosaurs that lived on islands may have been small
  • Scientists identified the first record of dinosaur tracks in what is now Palestine and published a nice set of criteria for identifying tracks
  • There’s at least 38 trackways and more than 350 dinosaur footprints at the TY tracksite in southern Africa

 

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Dinosaur of the day Amphicoelias, a diplodocid that was widely reported to be the largest dinosaur of all time, but is now considered much smaller.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • An Edmontosaurus from the Hell Creek formation nicknamed Dakota likely desiccated for weeks before being buried and fossilizing
  • The new dinosaur Mbiresaurus helps show that the earliest dinosaurs lived in the far south of Pangaea in temperate climates
  • New dinosaur Nevadadromeus schmitti has officially been published
  • Having narrower eye sockets may have helped tyrannosaurs and other large theropods to have a more powerful bite
  • How SUE the T. rex got holes in its jaws remains a mystery
  • In Australia, Muttaburrasaurus is officially Queensland’s State Fossil

 

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Dinosaur of the day Brachytrachelopan, a dicraeosaurid sauropod from the Late Jurassic that had an extremely short neck (for a sauropod).

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new abelisaurid from Patagonia, Elemgasem, was small but named after a mighty Tehuelche god
  • Scientists suggested volcanic eruptions could be the main reason for mass extinctions
  • Scientists suggested dinosaurs were on the decline before they went extinct
  • The moon includes evidence of asteroid impacts on Earth
  • There is a second underwater crater that is from around the same time as Chicxulub
  • A new model shows the tsunami after the Chicxulub impact
  • The Chicxulub impact may have triggered an earthquake that lasted weeks to months
  • Precipitation played a role in the abundance and success of hadrosaurs and ceratopsians in the Late Cretaceous in what is now Alaska
  • Dinosaurs may have been successful and diverse because of the differences in their diets
  • 80 million year old dinosaur eggs were recently found in Jiangxi Province, China
  • In Skåne, Sweden, large carnivorous dinosaurs from the Late Triassic were recently found
  • Reykjavík might be getting a Triceratops skeleton to display
  • To celebrate National Fossil Day, Mississippi State University’s Dunn-Seiler Museum had a competition to name their Triceratops
  • A man in New Zealand used VR to sculpt and then 3D print a life-sized model of a Tyrannosaurus

 

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Dinosaur of the day Oxalaia, a spinosaurid from the Late Cretaceous of northeastern Brazil which was almost as large as Spinosaurus (if it wasn't Spinosaurus itself).

In dinosaur news this week:

  • At least 27 iguanodontians from the new genus, Iyuku, were discovered in a South African bonebed
  • New chasmosaurine ceratopsid dinosaur Bisticeratops froeseorum was discovered.
  • Scientists named a new type of dinosaur egg (which was found full of crystals).
  • Scientists found a pathology in a titanosaur egg that could tell us more about dinosaur reproductive behavior.
  • A bunch of dinosaur tracks and trackways were found in Alberta, Canada, that may show dinosaurs being sociable.
  • Another Tyrannosaurus rex is going on auction.
  • Scientists found new dinosaur tracks in Alaska thanks to an earthquake.
  • The Badlands Dinosaur Museum found baby dinosaurs this summer.

 

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Dinosaur of the day Patagosaurus, a Eusauropod that lived in the Early–Middle Jurassic in what is now Patagonia, Argentina.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new unnamed tyrannosauroid was discovered in Idaho which was smaller than Moros, but bigger than Suskityrannus
  • There’s a new therizinosaur named Paralitherizinosaurus that was found in Hokkaido, Japan
  • A new specimen of Yulong mini was found, which helps show how the dinosaur grew as it aged
  • Sauropods may have developed soft tissue pads on their feet by the Late Triassic to Early Jurassic, and this may have been a key adaptation for them to evolve into giants
  • The Peabody Museum of Natural History may have fossils of a new tyrannosaur species from the east coast of the U.S.
  • The Philip J. Currie Museum took visitors on a rafting tour to look for fossils this summer
  • We also put together a list of 9 places to go dig for fossils

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Dinosaur of the day Microvenator, an oviraptorosaur that originally had the much more impressive name "Megadontosaurus".

In dinosaur news this week:

  • A new thyreophoran that looks like a miniature, armored, Carnotaurus was found in Argentina
  • A new, very large spinosaur was discovered on the Isle of Wight in England
  • Spinosaurids replaced teeth very quickly, which is probably why we’ve found so many
  • Oxford University Museum of Natural History is re-running a lecture J.R.R. Tolkien gave in 1938 about dragonlore and dinosaurs
  • The Field Museum in Chicago recently got a new hadrosaur dinosaur fossil
  • Another dinosaur, Zephyr, is going to auction next month
  • A student at Southern Methodist University in Texas makes dinosaur origami
  • There’s a new trailer for Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur

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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

from Dr. Dan Peters | Parent Footprint
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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan teaches us all how to make the world a more loving, accepting and compassionate place -- one parent and one child at a time. With over 20 years experience as a psychologist, author and father, host Dr. Dan Peters understands the key to raising happy and aware kids is for parents to seek the same joy and mindfulness in their own lives. Through diverse and timely discussions, aimed at any parental figure in a childs life, Dr. Dan helps caregivers parent with purpose while striving to be the best version of themselves.

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Dr. Dan interviews Kurt Braunohler -- Dad, comedian, and co-host of Exactly Right’s Bananas podcast – about parenting, humor, and his just released streaming special PERFECTLY STUPID.

Dr. Dan and Kurt’s conversation today is funny, sometimes bananas(!), and will make listeners laugh out loud. They discuss comedy, kids, Dad humor, parenting, Dad-ing, and how laughter really is the best medicine

Kurt Braunohler has two children. Kurt can be seen in Judd Apatow’s feature “The Big Sick” and Lionsgate's "Long Shot" as well as the upcoming horror film “Barbarian.” He’s appeared in "The Good Place," "Bob's Burgers," "Black Monday," "Lady Dynamite," "American Housewife," and more. Kurt regularly appears on late-night sets on "Conan," "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," "The Late Show with Seth Meyers," and "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and is co-host of the continuously sold-out variety show “Hot Tub” for 17 years with Kristen Schaal.  Follow Kurt on Instagram @kurtbraunohler.

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Dr. Dan talks to Einat Nathan (parenting expert, public speaker, bestselling author, parent) about her magical book My Everything: The Parent I Want to Be, The Children I Hope to Raise.  

The message of today’s episode is simple and powerful:  “No parent is perfect and that is ok!” because parenting requires courage, energy, and love. Parenting is not about being perfect.  Parenting is messy. Listeners will connect with Einat’s honesty and passion – and learn from her personal parenting journey.

A mother of five children (including a child with autism), Einat shares her wisdom on being patient, calm, and loving.  She explains that all children, in their own way, have their own specialness and needs. Einat teaches us all how to appreciate and accept each child as an individual, with their own quirks, gifts, and flaws.

Dr. Dan and Einat’s conversation is for parents who wish to teach their children to be strong and independent. Today’s episode (internationally recorded from Tel Aviv) will transform how listeners think about raising children, resonating across cultures.

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Dr. Dan and parent, advocate, author Kayla Taylor speak about National Bullying Prevention Month (October) as well as the journey (now a book Canaries Among Us: A Mother’s Quest to Honor her Child’s Individuality in a Culture Determined to Negate It) of her own child who was bullied at an elite private school and officials turned a blind eye to the cruelty and tried to hide it. 

Today’s necessary discussion on the intersections of neurodivergence and bullying asks provocative and essential questions including: What happens when the people entrusted to care for our kids and prevent bullying look the other way? What can parents do? This interview is about the quest to find out why so many American schools are ill-equipped to deal with issues like learning differences, bullying, and mental health. It will open eyes and shock listeners.

For more information and bullying resources please visit Kayla’s website: www.kaylataylorwrites.com.

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Dr. Dan interviews psychiatrist, expert, and author Dr. Tracey Marks about her therapy practice, popular YouTube channel, and her book Why Am I So Anxious?: Powerful Tools for Recognizing Anxiety and Restoring Your Peace.  

Anxiety seems to be everywhere in today's world.  Dr. Dan and Dr. Marks answer these questions and more: How can we take control of our anxiety? How can we take control of our life? What can we do to fix anxiety issues for ourselves? How can we help our anxious kids?

Renowned therapist Dr. Tracey Marks is a YouTube star known for her friendly, relatable style – she helps over 1 million followers on her YouTube channel identity and manage health issues with practical solutions. Dr. Dan and Dr. Marks want Parent Footprint listeners to know that anxiety does not need to control our life or our child’s life!

Dr. Tracey Marks is a general and forensic psychiatrist of over 20 years whose mission is to increase mental health awareness and understanding by educating people on psychiatric disorders, mental well-being, and self-improvement. She believes that insight creates change, both on a micro-level (personal growth) and a macro-level (reduction in fear and social judgment). Dr. Marks produces educational videos on her YouTube channel, DrTraceyMarks.  Dr. Marks has been sought after by CNN and HLN for forensic and general psychiatric commentary. For more information go to Dr. Marks website www.markspsychiatry.com or her YouTube channel.

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Dr. Dan and award winning filmmaker Marc Smolowitz discuss Gifted/Talented/Neurodiverse Awareness Week (GTN Awareness Week 10/24/22 - 10/28/22) and the documentary The G Word, directed and produced by Marc. Their conversation reveals that bright, neurodiverse children are everywhere – Gifted/Talented/Neurodiverse learners exist in every zip code. Marc defies popular myths that assume most gifted people are wealthy, white, and will do fine on their own – and asks us to do the same.

Dr. Dan and Marc talk about many issues on this revealing episode while raising GTN awareness to a wider audience to "better address the education needs of the gifted…and how our country supports the needs of all children; a rising tide that lifts all boats where we uncover and encourage excellence in places we don’t typically expect."

The G Word is a deeply personal feature documentary that debunks the mythology around what it means to be gifted revealing the educational challenges, social isolation, emotional sensitivities and physical threats faced by many gifted individuals in our schools and society and the search for solutions while challenging the prejudice and trauma that comes with being labeled “smart” in the 21st century.

Today’s episode about accepting, educating, and demystifying all neurodiverse children wherever they are in our country will open minds and ignite much needed change.

Based in San Francisco, Marc Smolowitz is the Director/Producer The G Word Film, Founder/CEO of 13th Gen, a San Francisco-based film company; and a multi-award winning independent filmmaker. For more information visit www.13thgenfilm.com and www.thegwordfilm.com.

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Dr. Dan talks to Robin DeWeese, Ph.D. of Arizona State University about her recently released, timely, and important study about kids, fitness, health, and “active commuting."  The main finding:  Kids who walk, skateboard or ride their bikes to school when they are young are more likely to keep it up as they get older, reaping the health benefits. In the study, the researchers found that kids are much more likely to continue "active commuting" (traveling by foot, bike or even skateboard) if they are taught to do it when they are young. 

This episode gives parents a great plan to start “active commuting” with their children – and sets them on their way to long term health as adults.  A great discussion about healthy fitness habits that parents and families can easily embrace with young children.

Robin DeWeese, Ph.D. is a Lecturer in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University and a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.. She earned a PhD from Arizona State University. Her research focuses on the impact food and physical activity environments have on children’s health. She has been part of the research team for the New Jersey Child Health Study for the past ten years, studying changes to the built environment over time

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Dr. Dan interviews Dr. Charles Sophy, psychiatrist and the former medical director for the County of Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services. Dr. Sophy has been a regular  on Dr. Phil for the last twenty years and now he brings his experience and expertise to his new book, Family Values, continuing his work on repairing parent-child relationships.

Dr. Sophy has helped many families break harmful patterns, heal from trauma, and move from crisis to thriving. Based on his experience as a psychiatrist (and as a father), Dr. Sophy assures every parent: “No matter how complicated life gets or how off course your family dynamics become, it’s never too late to hit the reset button and move forward with confidence, love, and authenticity, with your family values leading the way.”

Dr. Dan and Dr. Sophy share the same powerful philosophy: Parenting begins with you, not your child. Putting yourself first in the parenting equation may seem strange, yet it is intuitive.  On an airplane, in case of emergency, you must first secure the oxygen mask on yourself. Once you are able to breathe, you can then secure the mask on your child. So it is with parenting. Only after you are balanced and secure, can you then offer balance and security to your child. 

On today’s episode and in his new book, Dr. Sophy explains that a parent with a balanced life, both physically and mentally, is a better parent – a parent more equipped to be a loving and healthy role model for their child. Dr. Dan agrees that we owe it to our children to be the best possible version of ourselves every day.

Dr. Charles Sophy has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, CNN’s Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360, and on the FOX News Channel.  For more about Dr. Sophy and his work, visit his website www.drsophy.com and follow him on Twitter @drsophy. 

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Dr. Dan talks to the esteemed Geoffrey Cohen – expert, author, Stanford University Professor of Psychology – about disconnection, loneliness, belonging, community, happiness and his new book Belonging: The Science of Creating Connection and Bridging Divides

Dr. Dan and Geoff dive deep in order to focus on our deeply human need to belong. They offer hopeful solutions to our challenging times. Professor Cohen shares great advice about navigating modern life with greater empathy in work, school, politics, and everyday encounters. 

We live in enormously polarized times. From politics to race, religion, gender, and class, division runs rampant. Today’s interview will give listeners hope and will help everyone living in today’s disconnected world connect!

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Dr. Dan speaks to Mom, Special Needs Parent, Advocate, and Coach Rachel Pastiloff.  Rachel talks to Dr. Dan about parenting, family, and her road to becoming a Manifesting Mom. Rachel is  mom to two sons (one with special needs) and her conversation with Dr. Dan is filled with wisdom, strength, and grace.

Listening to Rachel tell her story is riveting, enlightening, powerful, and, at times, painful – listeners will learn from this beautiful, courageous episode about life, love, challenges, grit, honesty, acceptance, grief, and so much more.

Rachel Pastiloff tells Dr. Dan how she learned to embrace her parenting journey – specifically the experience of discussing (and admitting) that special needs parenting is hard. Rachel discusses her wonderful son (he has a dual diagnosis of Prader Willi Syndrome and autism), her special needs family/community, her typical son’s experience, and how so much pressure falls unfairly on women/moms. By speaking her truth out loud to her sister (yes, her sister is recent guest Jennifer Pastiloff!)Rachel made space for embracing, healing, and loving. Rachel passionately shares how self-care is essential to all parents, how families must support the siblings of special needs children (a topic that is rarely discussed), and the reality that not all families live perfect lives despite what we see online. 

Rachel Pastiloff is a native of Philadelphia/South Jersey. Rachel is a mother of two boys. In 2009 Rachel’s oldest was diagnosed with a rare incurable genetic disorder called Prader Willi Syndrome. The following year her son was diagnosed again with Autism. Both of these events would help shift the direction of Rachel’s life. She began her path with health and wellness to create a better life for her family. It then became her passion. Rachel became a certified yoga teacher in 2012 and is a graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Health and Wellness Coach. Rachel is also the founder of A Manifesting Mom. Follow Rachel on Instagram and on TikTok.

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The exciting world of Cairo Carter is back for season 2! Cairo is seven years old and lives in the big city, and he loves to explore the world around him. Cairo has lots to learn about kindness, safety, and even the value of a dollar, so it’s lucky he can always depend on his family, his friends, and his community to help him learn and have tons of fun along the way. Come join him in the Adventures of Cairo!

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Something Was Wrong

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About this podcast: Something Was Wrong is an Iris Award-winning true-crime docuseries about the discovery, trauma, and recovery from shocking life events and abusive relationships.

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Welcome to the Hellmouth Weirdos! Your favorite Morbid hosts Ash and Alaina are branching out from true crime and heading to Sunnydale for the ultimate Buffy the Vampire Slayer Rewatch podcast! Alaina is a Buffy superfan and Ash has never watched a single episode, so whether you’re Team Angel, Team Spike, or have no clue who those people are…they’ve got you covered! Join them each week as they slay their way through the series, episode by episode, re-watching, and watching for the very first time. They’ll break down Buffy and her friends adventures through weekly recaps, categories, and awards while Ash takes some (wooden stake) stabs at predicting what she thinks will happen next. They'll also welcome the occasional Buffy cast member, guest star, or celebrity superfan to join in the slaying. 

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The Mel Robbins Podcast

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About this podcast: You can change your life and Mel Robbins will show you how.

Mel is in a category all her own. As one of the most widely booked and followed podcast hosts and authors in the world, she’s sought after by the world’s leading brands and medical professionals for her research-backed tools and motivation. And, at the same time, Mel has amassed millions of followers online, with her advice going viral online almost daily.

Her female-led media company produces provocative, life-changing content, with millions of books sold, billions of video views, six #1 audiobooks, and the #1 podcast on Audible. Her work has been translated into 41 languages and has changed the lives of millions of people worldwide.

And despite all that, Mel is one of the most down to earth and relatable people you’ll ever know.

Probably because she learned everything she teaches the hard way: by first screwing up her own life, and out of necessity, discovering the tools and research that transformed her life and got her to where she is today.

In the Mel Robbins Podcast, Mel gets more personal than ever, welcoming you into her life and taking you behind the scenes in real time. Every episode is packed with deeply relatable topics, tactical advice, hilarious screwups, compelling conversations, and the tools and inspiration you need to create a better life.

Tune in and buckle up – your life is about to change. New episodes of The Mel Robbins Podcast drop every Monday and Thursday.

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Buckle up and get ready to take notes because this episode is a masterclass.

 

The tools you’re about to learn will help you become more confident, influential, and even make more money.

 

Today, we’re talking about The “It” Factor.

 

Some people just seem to have IT, right?

 

When I think of The It Factor, people like Oprah, The Rock, Taylor Swift, the Dalai Lama, and Martin Luther King, Jr. come to mind.

 

These people make you want to lean in, join in, and learn more.

 

So today we’re asking…

 

What is “It” that some people have that makes us automatically trust and like them?

 

And, more importantly, how can you get it?

 

Here to answer that question is Vanessa Van Edwards, a best-selling author, researcher, and founder of the behavior lab The Science of People.

 

I cannot wait for you to dig into what she has researched.

 

Turns out The It Factor has another name: charisma.

 

And the good news?

 

YOU can learn how to have charisma, starting today.

 

You’re going to want to. Research finds that charismatic people are more influential, earn a higher income, and have a bigger impact at work, in their communities, and in their relationships.

 

The secret to hacking it? Social cues, like body language and the way you speak.

 

That’s why today’s episode is a masterclass.

 

You’ll learn… 

  • Shocking research from Princeton about how people size you up
  • 3 things you must do in the first 10 seconds of a Zoom call
  • Tips for nailing an interview
  • The major mistake you’re making as you speak
  • How to ask for a raise
  • A simple test that will help you figure out how charismatic you are
  • Why you never want to fake a smile
  • Tips for charisma for introverts
  • Why a second impression is as important as the first

 

That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Today’s episode is jam-packed with simple, tactical research and tools that will help you and anyone you care about develop the skill of charisma.

 

And you deserve that. 

 

Xo Mel 

 

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Whatever you're doing right now, stop and make time for this conversation.

 

Every single day, I get questions from listeners about self-love, self-hatred, and what it actually means to like yourself.

 

I understand why it’s confusing. 

 

The topic of self-love is so broad, and there is very little actionable advice on how exactly you learn to like yourself, especially if you’ve spent your whole life being hard on yourself.

 

So don’t worry, I’ve decided to attack this topic of self-love in a completely unique, surprising, and tactical manner. This is also one of the most personal episodes I’ve released because I’m inviting you to join a conversation I’m having with our 17-year-old son, Oakley.

 

This is not a “podcast interview.” This is an intimate conversation between a mother and a son about the most important topic you could discuss: self-love. 

 

When Oakley was in middle school, he hated himself, and as his mom, it was awful to see him so lonely and sad. In today’s conversation, he shares things with me about this time in his life that I never knew.

 

And more importantly, we unpack the moment he had an epiphany that changed everything.

 

You will absolutely relate to everything he shares and his reflections about it.

 

I’m so proud to share this conversation with you. You will be blown away because you’ll not only feel like you’re part of our family, but we’re also welcoming you into our hearts.

 

You will laugh out loud, even though your heart might break a little. And by the end of it, you’ll have not only wisdom, but also a couple of simple tools to help you learn how to like yourself a little more.

 

This conversation is a must-listen for EVERYONE in your life. And especially for young adults because when they hear these insights from someone their age, it’s way more compelling than getting advice from an adult.

 

I do want to be up front about one thing: Oakley is 17 and like most 17-year-olds, whether they do it in front of you or not, he has a case of the F’s, meaning he drops the F-word a fair number of times, and I made a decision to record it as is and allow him to speak freely.

 

And, I just can’t emphasize enough how much insight this is going to give you into your own relationship with yourself.

 

I hope you will make the time to spend a half hour with the two of us, because I know you will leave feeling seen, understood, and liking yourself a little better.

 

I cannot wait to hear what you learn.

 

Xo Mel 

 

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I want you to get serious about inserting fun back into the holidays this year.

 

It might seem odd to have an entire conversation about fun. But here’s why we have to: most of us aren’t having any.

 

In fact, it’s gotten so bad that researchers have a term for it: “a fun drought.” You’re not alone – 97% of people want to have more fun.

 

And wouldn’t it be fabulous if you had an absolute blast with your family this holiday season?

 

It is possible. And you’re just the person to make it happen.

 

On the topic of family, I find it interesting that most of the advice out there is focused on toxic family dynamics and boundaries. If your family is that toxic, the only thing you need to do is make other plans. You’re not required to spend time with them.

 

But… if you are planning to spend time with family during the holidays, make this the year you bring the fun.

 

Fun breaks up old dynamics, fun draws people out of their shells, and fun gives you something to talk about other than the weather and how the school year is going.

 

And laughter is not only great medicine, but it also makes you happier and strengthens your relationships with those you’re having fun with!

 

Today you and I are getting serious about fun.

 

In this episode, you’re going to learn the 3 things that get in the way of you having fun – the biggest one being that you don’t plan for it.

 

So, we are going to discuss how to plan for and have more fun, and I’ll give you all kinds of ideas to consider.

 

This is the perfect episode to listen to with your family if you’re traveling. It’s appropriate for all ages.

 

So shake off the dread and pull out the party hats. I’m on a mission to inspire you to have more fun.

 

Xo Mel

 

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I used simple research from Harvard Business School and UCLA to tame my fear of public speaking and become one of the most successful keynote speakers in the world.

 

I used this same tool to overcome my fear of flying.

 

If nerves or fear are holding you back from applying for that promotion, asking someone on a date, speaking up at a meeting, or traveling to another part of the world, this brain hack will change your life.

 

Your fears make your life small. Your nerves limit your potential. Your anxiety robs you of happiness and confidence.

 

Today on the podcast, you’ll hear me coach someone through one of her biggest fears.

 

You’ll hear the hilarious ways I used to cope with my fears and you’ll also learn why telling someone to calm down never works.

 

You’ll leave this episode with a 4-step tool that you can apply to your life the moment you learn it.

 

Stop letting your fear make your life small.

 

Board that plane, step onto that stage, apply for that promotion, and never let your nerves stop you from living your life the way that you want to again.

 

And please, share this episode not only with people you love, but particularly with all the young adults in your life, because research shows that this tool not only helps you tame your anxiety – it also helps you perform better on tests, be a better athlete, and compete at a higher level in academic competitions.

 

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What if you could show up in any relationship feeling secure, exactly as you are?

 

You didn’t have to overthink every text you sent. 

 

You wouldn’t have to play the dating games.

 

If somebody ghosted you, it wouldn’t be the end of the world. 

 

Well I’m here to tell you today that you CAN be that person. 

 

Meet the phenomenal Dr. Marissa Franco, New York Times bestselling author of “Platonic” and expert on attachment theory.

 

Today, we’re shining a light on your attachment style.

 

What is an attachment style?

 

Simple. It’s a framework backed by decades of research that will help you understand how you show up in relationships.

 

There are 4 attachment styles, and whether you’re aware of it or not, you default to one of them.

 

If you have a hard time setting boundaries with family members…

 

If you keep dating the same kind of people… 

 

If you cling to relationships that have long expired…

 

Or if you’ve never been able to connect with someone on a deeply emotional level.

 

Blame your attachment style.

 

And here’s the good news: when you understand attachment theory, you can change your default attachment style and become more secure, which leads to happier and healthier relationships.

 

You deserve that, which is why this episode is for you.

 

Today, Dr. Franco breaks down the 4 attachment styles that make or break your relationships, AND the powerful tools you can use to improve them. 

 

Once you understand your attachment style, you’ll have a lens through which to improve absolutely every relationship, especially the one you have with yourself. 

 

Because at the deepest level, becoming more secure is about allowing love in.

 

Xo Mel 

PS: One way to let more love in is to get in touch with your big dreams. Let me help you with a free journal guide: melrobbins.com/dreambig

 

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According to neuroscience research, there are four major mistakes you make when it comes to manifesting.

 

Done correctly, manifesting is a mindset tool that elite athletes and the world’s most successful people use to perform at the highest levels and achieve remarkable goals.

 

Today, I’ll reveal those mistakes and more importantly, teach you how to manifest the right way.

 

This episode is all about the HOW.

 

If you love takeaways and tools, you’ll eat this up.

 

Today I’ll lay it all out for you, step by step.

 

You’ll learn the 4 things you need to do every day if you’re serious about achieving your goals and dreams.

 

So wherever you stand on the topic of manifesting, this episode is a masterclass in both the science and art of doing it.

 

For all my cynics and skeptics, this isn’t what you think it is. This is tactical and based in research.

 

And if you already love vision boards, you’re probably going to have to rip yours up and create a new one once you learn the research related to what works and what doesn’t when it comes to visualization.

 

I promise you are not going to want to miss this one.

 

Xo Mel

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THIS is the pep talk you need to hear right now.

 

I’m showing up with a level of intensity in a way you’ve never heard me before.

 

We are talking about you and your big dreams.

 

No matter what you're going through in life, your dreams are alive and well and they are waiting for you to wake up and turn toward them.

 

If you’re not ready for some Mel Robbins inspirational firepower, bookmark this for another day. Because I’m not f’ing around today.

 

If you’re done with feeling like you’re doing the same sh*t day in and day out…

 

If you’re tired of your excuses…

 

Or if you're like Barbara, who you will meet in this episode, and you have given up on your dreams because they haven’t materialized yet…

 

This may be the most important 50 minutes of your life.

 

There is a flame inside of you that is still flickering.

 

Today, we are going to throw gasoline on and reignite that fire.

 

You’re ready for this today. I know you are.

 

And more than any other episode, I can't wait to hear how you’re feeling and what you’re doing after you listen to this one.

 

Xo Mel 

 

P.S. A lot of you keep asking how you can motivate the people that you love – your kids, spouses, family members, colleagues. Just share this episode with them and I’ll take care of it.

 

P.P.S. When you’re done listening, you’re going to feel like you’ve been shot out of a cannon and want to know how to level up. A great way to start is jumping into The Wake Up Challenge so I can support you in getting your mornings off to a great start for five days in a row, which is exactly the kind of structure you’re going to need to get started on your dreams.


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This is the inspiration and wisdom you need to hear today.

 

It’s been quite a week and it’s only Monday.

 

I woke up yesterday and was so sick, I had to cancel some really important work and personal commitments.

 

Cue: the disappointment, the anxiety of upsetting others, and my own sadness that life was not going as I had planned.

 

This is one of those episodes that I recorded for myself and for you. Even when things are really upsetting, you still have the power to face them and take control.

 

Join me in learning one simple, powerful tool. I’ll not only explain it – I’ll also have you practice it with me.

 

I already feel better, and so will you.

 

Xo Mel 


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How do I know if I’m in a relationship with a narcissist?

Are certain personalities more drawn to narcissists?

Can I heal if I was raised by a narcissist?

How do I handle narcissists at work?

Why do I keep attracting narcissists into my life?

How can I keep a narcissist in my life… and not go crazy?

 

And, most of all:

 

What EXACTLY do I do to cope with narcissists?

 

You have been flooding my inbox with questions since Dr. Ramani Durvasula, the world’s leading expert on narcissism, spoke about it on the podcast.

 

You asked to bring her back and I’m listening: Dr. Ramani is here with answers to all of your questions.

 

This episode is for you if you…

 

  • Have no idea what narcissism is
  • Were raised by a narcissist
  • Are married to a narcissist
  • Think you might be dating a narcissist
  • Work with/for a narcissist 
  • Want to know the telltale red flags so you’re better prepared
  • Are afraid you’re a narcissist

 

Today you get:

 

  • Two important tools to help you start your own healing and create boundaries
  • Key takeaways to help you move forward
  • One solid truth that will ground you in your confidence 

 

You’ll also learn:

 

  • What you can do today to begin your own healing
  • How to stay in a relationship with a narcissist and maintain your sanity
  • The signs to watch for to know if you’re with a narcissist
  • What gaslighting looks like in real life
  • The situations that make you more susceptible
  • How to coach your friend who’s dating a narcissist
  • If you’re more prone to attracting narcissists
  • Why you ditch the “good ones” for the “bad ones”
  • About “trauma bonds” 
  • The signs of “love bombing”
  • About the “Golden Goose” phenomenon in the workplace
  • What yellow rocking and gray rocking are

 

Listen in on today’s conversation. You will not only be glad you did – you’ll also leave armed with the knowledge, tools, and resources you need to diffuse the impact of a narcissist, get your power back, and know that whatever it is that this person says or does – it’s not your fault.

 

Xo, Mel 

 

PS: Once you’re done with this one, if you haven’t had a chance to listen to Dr. Ramani’s first appearance on The Mel Robbins Podcast, absolutely spend some time listening to it:  “5 Signs You’re Dealing With a Narcissist & How To Protect Yourself”


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A survival guide to adult friendship: how to find your people, have more fun, and create meaningful friendships as an adult.

 

This is the topic you and everyone else are thinking about.

 

From making new friends to staying connected to your old ones, to the thing that’s really hard: what do you do when your friendships start to fade?

 

This is something I’ve been dying to talk to you about because I am right here, shoulder to shoulder with you, feeling lonely, left out, and wondering…

Where did all my friends go?

 

I know I’m not the only one because when I do see my friends or meet someone new, everyone is talking about how they never see their friends anymore.

 

Let’s fix that.

 

I spent a lot of time reflecting on the things that I’m doing that keep me from putting myself out there (which I know I need to do) and did extensive research on the topic.

 

What I discovered is both comforting and empowering. I can’t wait to share it with you.

 

I can boil all of this research down to the 5 lies you and I tell ourselves about friendship.

 

These lies are keeping you from having the best relationships of your life.

 

That’s why you need to hear them.

 

So did I.

 

You also need to hear the truth bombs I’m dropping and the smarty pants research I found to back it all up.

 

Because once you stop repeating these lies, your life will open up again.

 

You’ll have an easier time finding, making, and strengthening your relationships with friends. 

 

And most importantly, your friendships will align with who you really are and what you really want in this chapter of your life.

 

Today it’s just you and me, friend to friend, figuring sh*t out together.

 

So let’s go.

 

Xo Mel

 

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About this podcast: Are you dreaming about traveling the world and working from anywhere? Do you want to know how to build a successful remote career or turn your passion into a profitable business? This and more questions about the digital nomad lifestyle are covered on The Digital Nomads Daily Podcast! Host and digital nomad Nienke Nina brings you unfiltered digital nomad stories. She interviews experienced digital nomads to talk about the travel lifestyle, making money online, mindset hacks, digital nomad dating and so much more. Get ready for life advice you dont want to miss out on and learn how other digital nomads created their success.This is your podcast show if you want to get inspired, practical tips and feel motivated to build your very own unique remote life. If you want to live the digital nomad lifestyle with more confidence, make sure to follow The Digital Nomads Daily Podcast today! Find more info at www.digitalnomadsdaily.com/podcast

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Digital nomads have a lot to think about, but how is that for a digital nomad family? And even more so if you are a traveling gay couple with a toddler? In this episode, we are interviewing Corritta and Mia about what it takes to live a successful digital nomad family life. The couple shares practical tips from choosing their next location, balancing work life and parenting to finding community.

Corritta and Mia are a gay couple of color and we also chat about what challenges they encounter and how to overcome them. It’s an eye-opening conversation full of handy advice and inspiring stories. 

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How can organizations create a remote-first work environment? And what pillars are essential in a remote company culture? Digital nomads make money online through freelancing and entrepreneurship and some nomads have remote jobs.

In this week’s episode, we are speaking with the head of remote of Doist, Chase Warrington. It’s a remote-first software company that prioritizes the well-being of its people and this is exactly what Chase’s role is all about. He is a remote traveling worker himself and loves the slomadding lifestyle with his wife and dog Koda. Chase shares important pillars to create a remote-first culture, and tune in for an inspiring and insightful conversation. 

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Do you want to land a remote job? And do you know what to add to your resume? Digital nomad Michelle has been a recruiter for 8 years and has seen many resumes. In this episode, she gives tips and ideas on structuring your resume to land your next dream job. 

She built a community called the Remote Rebellion and guides people to land a remote job that fits their personal and professional desires. Michelle shares how to effectively structure your resume and update your LinkedIn profile to find your next remote job faster. 

Tune in for a vibrant conversation full of brilliant analogies and learn how to stand out from the crowd.

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Have you ever created a bucket list for yourself? And do you love that freedom feeling when you do a bucket list activity? Digital nomad Nini is the queen of bucket lists and helps people and companies make stronger connections through interactive workshops. She is passionate about helping people live their life to the fullest and her life's mission is connecting people. It's a special episode because we are celebrating her new game EyeConnect connections stronger than WiFi! It includes 180 questions to spark genuine conversations and build deeper connections with anyone. Get ready for an inspiring conversation with laughter, smiles, and behind-the-scenes digital nomad tips. 

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What did you like doing as a child? And how do you sprinkle joy into your day-to-day life? Digital Nomads and entrepreneurs tend to be high achievers and taking a break from work can be challenging. In this episode, we talk about finding balance in your day-to-day with digital nomad Ali. Going through burnout herself, Ali had to learn how to clear her life from stress and redesign her life. She shares that the key to success is finding balance and this is different for everyone. She gives us a walkthrough of her daily practices and what it truly means to live your life in alignment with your core values. Get ready for an episode with simple but life-changing tips you can apply in your life today.

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When was the first time you started thinking about becoming a digital nomad? And did you have this way of always living inside of you? This week we speak with Natasha. She is a 3rd culture kid and grew up in different continents and cultures. We discuss how she designed her digital nomad lifestyle and career decisions as a digital nomad lifestyle. She tried different ways to make money online, learned what brings fulfillment and eventually created her career as a content creator. Natasha is an online entrepreneur and balancing work-life is challenging. She learned a lot about this over the year. In this episode, Natasha shares what works for her to live her digital nomad lifestyle successfully!

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What is slomadding and why do many digital nomads love it so much? In this episode, we chat with digital nomad entrepreneur Kristin about the benefits of slomadding. She is a career coach and passionate about helping people find remote jobs that bring fulfillment to their lives.

This episode will teach you how to connect your core values and passions to your career. Kirstin also shares how to approach setting boundaries to help you build clarity and navigate through life. We talk about the benefits of slomadding and why many digital nomads, including Kirstin and Nienke Nina, love this new way of living the digital nomad lifestyle.

So tune in for a vibrant conversation and get inspired by two slomad entrepreneurs!

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Changing your career and starting a new freelance journey? Sounds challenging right?! Digital nomad Steve joined the podcast to share his story on how he shifted careers and began his freelance writing career. We cover 8 common challenges he faces and what he did to overcome them. These are typical challenges many freelancers face and even more so the digital nomad freelancers folks. Tune in for a fun episode with practical tips and a ton of life advice for digital nomad entrepreneurs. 

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How can you set yourself up for a freedom lifestyle and have a business abroad? It’s a topic many digital nomads are curious about and in this episode we dive into it with the organizer of the Freedom Business Summit, Denys. He gathered experts from all over the world to talk about international entrepreneurship, residency, banking, flag theory and many more things to create a freedom lifestyle. Denys is a successful entrepreneur and shares his ideas on creating a successful location-independent lifestyle and business abroad. Listen to this episode if you are (an aspiring) entrepreneur and want to learn how to build different income streams and design a clever location-independent business freedom lifestyle.

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Do you want to learn how to improve your sales skills? Meet digital nomad Desmond who joined the podcast to talk about fundamental sales insights. He learned that the best way to build strong sales skills is to become obsessed with trying to understand the other person. Listen to this episode to learn practical tips every freelancer and entrepreneur wants to master. Desmond is celebrating his one-year digital nomad anniversary. He studied engineering but shifted careers. After years of learning, experimenting, and even doors slammed in his face, Desmond became a sales expert. It’s a job he can easily do online and one of his biggest breakthroughs was that sales isn’t about the person selling but always about the other person. Get ready for a new episode and let's talk sales!


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About this podcast: Born from a desire to break free from what social society tells us, Scenes Of Beauty, hosted by Chloe, is here to help you create your version of beauty, whatever that might be!Beauty intertwined with wellness & lifestyle, I talk to industry professionals, experts and influencers about how they embrace their most authentic selves and create their own versions of beauty. Each week I share episodes that will inspire you in some way; whether thats through mindset, movement, self awareness or relationships. They are all designed to empower and unite. Welcome to Scenes Of Beauty. If you are enjoying the show, please leave a rating. Oh and dont forget to share with friends!

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A solo episode for you this week that is really raw and open about how I have been feeling about my body.

Body and weight is something that is on my mind a lot and something that I constantly have conversations about with friends and peers. As women, our body and weight are often things that we are defined by and therefore plays a massive role in how we feel about ourselves.

For me, my body and weight is something that has always affected me both physically and mentally and it's time to change. It's time to start accepting ourselves exactly as we are so I wanted to share a bit about how I have been feeling and my plan of attack to really try and overcome the body and weight issues that I have once in the hope that some of you who are listening resonate and feel empowered to accept yourself too.

We are beautiful and enough as we are. What society says shouldn't be something that makes us fall out of love with our bodies. They are the skin we are in and its time to make change.

What I Cover

Growing up with body and weight issues

Accepting Your Body

Self Comparison

Overcoming Body Issues

Binge Eating

Self Love & Overcoming Body Issues

Self Reflection

Here's My Version Of Body Beauty..

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Bex Campbell is a makeup artist turned content creator that has grown an online audience of over 700 thousand people.

She creates simplistic, effective makeup looks designed to inspire her audience to get creative and expressive when it comes to beauty.

It’s clear from our conversation that Bex has a natural passion for beauty and makeup and its a huge part of who she is. 

Diversity is a huge topic of this conversation as it weight and body image, 2 things I’m so passionate about covering on the podcast. Bex has some interesting thoughts on both topics and I love how she just keeps it real and honest throughout. 

What we cover 

Bex’s journey to becoming a content creator

Diversity & representation in beauty

Taking risks and going for it 

Turning 30

Weightless, diets & body image  

Makeup tips & artistry 

Here’s her version of beauty…..

Bex

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One of the original digital voices in beauty, Estée Lalonde has been creating videos on YouTube and sharing her life for over a decade. Known for her love of all things beauty and ability to show all sides of herself in an honest way, Estée has build an enormous online following from opening up and not being scared to show her vulnerable sides, she also addresses the struggles she has with mental health. What I love about Estee is that she is who she is, no apologies, no exceptions just her honest self. 

I’m really passionate about having guests on the podcast that stay true to who they are. Estee has a unique ability to remain so humble and relatable throughout of her growth, I mention it a few times in the episode but her energy and aura is super electric, something that I found really inspiring and I hope you do too.

What we cover 

The realities of moving country

Pushing yourself to open new opportunities 

Estee’s first experience of beauty

Power of passion

Staying true to who you are

Living with depression and anxiety 

Importance of taking care of yourself 

Mirror Water

Heres her version of beauty….

Estee:

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Alex Huxford, the Brand Manager at Lady Garden Foundation.

Following the episode with Luna Daily I wanted to create an episode with Lady Garden who are a foundation that raise awareness and funding for gynaecological health. Formed in 2014, the Lady Garden Foundation was formed by 8 women who has all been affected by Gynaecological Cancer in some way. They mission is to spread education far and wide so that we are psychologically better equipped and less fearsome when it comes to noticing the signs and symptoms of gynaecological cancers.

Alex gives us an in-depth but relatable version of the gynaecological journey that we go on as women; from starting our periods to reaching the menopause and everything in between.

The main thing that came from this conversation is to know your own normal, Alex shares some really useful things that we can all do to check out our vaginas and get to know them a little better. 

What we cover 

Education on the female anatomy 

Know your normal

What to expect from a smear test 

5 Genealogical cancers 

Journey of gynaecology 

Alex’s pregnancy journey

What to expect from menopause

Here’s Alex’s version of beauty….

Useful links

Lady Garden website: www.ladygardenfoundation.com

Lady Garden Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ladygardenfoundation/

Flo (period tracking): https://flo.health

What to expect from your Smear Test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU7fZb_sTus

Accounts to follow: https://www.ladygardenfoundation.com/we-recommend-social

Menopause symptoms: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/menopause/symptoms/

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A little reminder to the Scenes Of Beauty listeners that we still have 20% off of all Luna Daily products on their website with code SCENES20. All details and the link to their website are in the show notes. 


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Rachel opens up about her experience of facing body image issues and how she delves deeper to deal with them.

As women we ALL face body issues in some form or another; whether we think we're too fat, too skinny, too tall, not tall enough. We have all faced it! Rachel shares some insight into how she is starting to accept her body for what it is.

I'll share these mini clips every single Monday to give you value in bitesize chunks.

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Danny Defreitas is a beauty influencer and content creator who shares fun and playful content across his socials.

I’m not sure I’ve had a guest on the podcast who’s as immersed into the world of beauty quite like Danny is. He is completely obsessed with how it has the power to transform how we feel and how we look.

Influencers get a bad wrap for having an 'easy life' thats luxurious, Danny share the story of hard he's worked to build up his audience and business, he also take this opportunity to share his more personal side that you may not have seen or heard from him before. We talk about being a male in the beauty space, the reality of being a content creator and everything in between.

He is gorgeous not only aesthetically but within his soul too. Danny genuinely loves his audience, he is here to serve exciting, fun, lighthearted content every single day and this episode is no different.

What we cover 

Taking risks to follow your dreams

Depth of beauty

Real life of a beauty influencer

Importance of having fun

Feeling confident in your skin

Being a boy in beauty

Here’s his version of beauty….

A little reminder to the Scenes Of Beauty listeners that we still have 20% off of all Luna Daily products on their website with code SCENES20.

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This weeks mini scene of beauty of Roxie Nafousi diving deeper into how we can all self love.

Roxie freely admits to being in a world of self doubt before she discovered manifesting. Self doubt is something we all face yet we don't realise how much it holds us back so its important to dig deep and start to self love in order to be able to overcome and fulfil your life.

I'll share these mini clips every single Monday to give you value in bitesize chunks.

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Connie Lo one of the co-founders of Three Ships. You may or may not have heard of them before, they are a Canadian based brand that specialises in natural skincare. 

Three Ships do an incredibly good job at being inclusive, open and transparent so I was keen to dig into it a little more with Connie and talk about how Three Ships are building a brand that is humanised, that is relatable and that is transparent in everything they do.

In this episode we got personal and spoke about Connie’s journey to skincare, upbringing and how the support from her parents has helped her to become successful. We also spoke about race and Connie growing up in a predominantly white community which she now incorporates into the brand and her role as a leader.

What we cover 

The story of Three Ships

Representation in beauty

Building an honest & transparent beauty business

Importance of your surroundings

Three Ships products

Make a wish 

Here’s her version of beauty….

Three Ships

Website: www.threeshipsbeauty.ca

Instagram: www.instagram.com/threeshipsbeauty/

Make A Wish: www.threeshipsbeauty.ca/pages/make-a-wish

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Kristen Such is a mindset coach that specialises in helping women heal self doubt and build confidence so that they can live a more enriched and fulfilled life. 

I loved talking to Kristen because she’s relatable, honest and an empowering voice for us to listen to. How she talks about mindset and healing kinda blew me away, she’s super knowledgeable but keeps it quite raw at the same time which is needed in a time where we are constantly fed information on self development and self growth. 

She’s all about getting rid of the BS and gets straight to the point so that we can really understand how to take what she’s saying and apply it to our own lives in a realistic and healthy way. 

We talked about anything and everything from how we’re affected by our inner child, self healing and dealing with trauma to making big decisions, self application and overcoming things that are holding us back. 

What we cover 

Finding your purpose 

Soul & spirituality 

Overcoming limiting beliefs 

Inner child & healing the past

Self acceptance 

Dealing with societal pressures 

Here’s her version of beauty…

Link to inner child meditation

Kristen

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Healing Your Inner Child Meditation: https://bit.ly/3Rd5TrA

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This weeks episode is with Anna Brightman, the Co-founder of Up Circle which is a skincare brand that uses upcycled ingredients to deliver high quality skincare. 

A really interesting chat with Anna, of course she shares the story of how she and her brother, Will built the brand but we have a really good chat about how they keep Up Circle so real, human and why they share more than just success stories.

I try to have a different approach when it comes to interviewing brand founders, I’m a firm believer of brands being born from people so we dug deep into Anna’s story and background of where her love of beauty came from and interestingly, her passion for makeup.

If you haven’t tried Up Circle’s products I recommend giving them a go. I was initially quite sceptical, especially about coffee as a skincare ingredient but was pleasantly surprised and have continued to use their products. 

Listen until the end because Anna gives us some great skincare tips and I ask the simple skincare questions that we’re sometimes too shy to ask.

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Polly Campbell, Simply Said

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191 Avg Episode Length: 27 min
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About this podcast: If you want to succeed in today’s changing business climate and create the life you desire, you’ll need to understand the psychology of success. Join author and entrepreneur Polly Campbell as she offers science-based success strategies and practical ideas you can adopt today, to build a better business and create a life you want to live.

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Author and entrepreneur Nick Gray shares his approach to building better connections and making friends during structured, two-hour gatherings. Learn more about 2-hour cocktail parties and other ways to live well, do good, and be happy at our subscriber community at PollyCampbell.substack.com and Polly's Web site, www.pollycampbell.com, and Instagram at @pollylcampbell. And enjoy these resources from Nick Gray: How to Host a Party Website The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: Book info The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: Amazon Nick Gray's personal website The Easy Way to Host or Plan a Networking Event Clothing Swap: How to Plan the Party  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Re-sharing this timeless episode today. It originally aired in 2020. as episode 88. We talk about one of my favorite topics, gratitude. It's one of the most practical ways to increase happiness, ease stress, and connect in deeper ways with the people you love. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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With emotional awareness, empathy, and accountability you can boost your emotional intelligence in ways that will help you thrive at work and at home. In this podcast, Polly Campbell explains what an emotionally intelligent person looks like and how it can develop higher EI to improve your relationships. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Wellbeing is the outcome when we take steps to manage our stress, take care of our bodies, and find meaning in our work and lives. But how important is wellbeing to our overall health and happiness, relationships and work? And, how can we live with greater wellbeing even during times of turmoil and stress. Dr. Shanna Tiayon, The Wellbeing Doctor talks about all of this and more with Polly Campbell. She even gets real abotu what happened when she realized she was low in wellbeing. Dr. Shanna Tiyaon writes and consults with corporations and business leaders. Contact her at https://shannabtiayon.com/ and Yes Wellbeing Works, https://www.yeswellbeingworks.com/home Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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How would you feel if I gave you a cupcake? That's what researchers did in one experiment and found that the random act of kindness boosted happiness significantly. Yet many of us underestimate the impact kindness can make in our lives and the world. Polly Campbell talks about kindness, happiness, and cupcakes in this episode. Join Polly's Simply Said community at www.pollycampbell.substack. com And for all you writers out there who want to publish listen in on Polly's newest podcast, Simply, Write join the subscriber community for in-depth behind-the-screens information about how to create a writing career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Polly Campbell talks to Chazz Scott about how we can become aware of our thoughts and use them to create abundance in our lives. Find out how. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The 24-hour news cycle is hurting our health. New research shows information overload is making many of us sick with rising anxiety, stress, physical aches and illness, and feelings of isolation. There is a way out and Polly Campbell talks about it in this episode. PollyCampbell.substack.com www.PollyCampbell.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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David Stewart talks with Polly Campbell about how we can live with health, vitality, and purpose, no matter our age if we change how we think about age and focus on taking action and doing things that help others and engage in life. And learn how standing up straight can help your health. Find David Stewart and www.Agesist.com And join Polly's community at www.pollycampbell.substack.com where we go deeper into the qualities that help us live well, do good, and be happy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Inspiration is good for our mind, body, and soul, but how can we feel more inspired and energized in our lives? Polly Campbell says we can't force inspiration but we can create the conditions to attract it. www.pollycampbell.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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If your desk is cluttered and you are feeling overwhelmed the two could be related. Polly Campbell talks to award-winning organizer Julie Coraccio who explains how our mental mess impacts our physical spaces and how we can free ourselves from whatever is keeping us stuck. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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SmartLess

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132 Avg Episode Length: 52 min
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About this podcast:

SmartLess with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, & Will Arnett is a podcast that connects and unites people from all walks of life to learn about shared experiences through thoughtful dialogue and organic hilarity. A nice surprise: in each episode of SmartLess, one of the hosts reveals his mystery guest to the other two. What ensues is a genuinely improvised and authentic conversation filled with laughter and newfound knowledge to feed the SmartLess mind.

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Keke Palmer has questions for days, about everything under the sun. From the existential to the inconsequential. From pop culture to pop science. From the meaning of life to the meaning of W.A.P. From life in outer space to “Where the eff is Tom from MySpace?“ And everything in between. Because Baby, this is Keke Palmer, and she is here for All. Of. It. 

Each week, the multi-talented Keke is taking you on a journey down the rabbit hole on a topic that she cannot stop obsessing over. She’ll also get deep with special guests, trying to answer the questions that keep us up at night. We are getting INTO IT. Only on Amazon Music.

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Pull those Knives Out and lay some Brick: it’s writer/director Rian Johnson. We discuss ‘making movies with a bunch of friends,’ and a hairy Yul Brynner. Plus, anonymous caller “Scotty” chimes in with questions! Grab your Green Milk; it’s an all new SmartLess.

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This week we host the illustrious Kumail Nanjiani to discuss weight gain tips, the definition of a real man, and a snake fighting a mongoose. “Happy birthday, thank you very much!”

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Welkom by ‘n nuwe SmartLess, where Sean makes Sloppy Joes, we all get tattoos, and we finally get to talk golf, tennis, and pickleball with the one and only Charlize Theron.

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You’re gonna give a puck about this week’s guest, Mr. Wayne Gretzky. We sit down with The Great One to talk figure skating, golf tips, and Chex Mix. Pass the biscuit because this one's a barnburner; it's an all new SmartLess.

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Welcome to SmartLess… with The 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden. Need we say more?

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We have our cake (and eat it too) with the ultra-talented Elisabeth Moss. Sean gets Lizzy’s address, Will tries to figure out how cool Jazz is, and Jason throws out his new dance company concept. 5-6-7-8, it's SmartLess!

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The Official The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Podcast unpacks the most exciting and surprising moments of every episode from Prime Video’s ground-breaking new series. Host Felicia Day will share unique details and behind-the-scenes stories through unprecedented front-row access to the cast and crew, including the showrunners, J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay. Listen to all eight episodes of the official podcast for free on Amazon Music now: wondery.fm/TROP_us_hfd_wfd_1014. Download the Amazon Music app today.

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Sapphire-Steve Carell joins us this week via Wicked SmahtLess Satellite-Uplink. We review his resume from resident DJ to mail carrier… to just a guy who works in an Office. Will and Steve bond over their history as hockey goalies, Sean gets down with love, and Jason finally reveals his process in shaping his Teen Wolf Too performance. Must be nice.

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Set your sails, it’s Tony Hale! We’ve got the double-Emmy winner and good friend of the show Busting in this week. Jason gets his hands dirty, Will reminisces about the hardest he’s ever laughed, and Sean still hasn’t seen any Arrested Development (but he trusts it’s good, since his pals won’t shut up about it). Pod voyage!

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About this podcast: Master the best of what other people have already figured out so you can use their lessons in your life to create an unstoppable advantage.

Shane Parrish is an entrepreneur and sought-after speaker. His newsletter (https://fs.blog/podcast) offers timeless insights you can use to change your life.

In The Knowledge Project, Shane interviews people at the top of their game. Every episode is packed with hard-earned lessons that you can use in your life. Tune in to create an unstoppable advantage.

Sit down and learn from the best. Previous guests include Reid Hoffman, Esther Perel, Daniel Kahneman, Tobi Lutke, Marshall Goldsmith, Kunal Shah, Ander Huberman, David Sinclair, Ret. General Stanley McChrystal, Marc Andreessen, Patrick Collison, Robert Cialdini, Walter Isaacson, Chris Bosh, Kat Cole, Adam Grant, Angela Duckworth, Seth Godin, Matt Mullenweg, Lisa Feldman Barrett, Maria Konnikova, Bill Ackman, Annie Duke, Derek Sivers, Jim Collins, Naval Ravikant, and many others. They reveal hard-earned lessons on leadership, decision-making, hiring and firing, productivity, habits, and more.

New episodes are released every second Tuesday.

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Keith Creel calls on nearly a decade of experience working with the Canadian Pacific Railway to discuss his strategies for leadership and how he’s turned the company around over five years in charge.
 
We discuss all you need to know about the rail industry and how it affects our daily lives, what changes he sees coming in the future for the industry, how he thinks about leadership in times of change, and how Canadian Pacific secured a $27 billion deal to take over its rival, Kansas City Southern.
 
Creel became the President and CEO of Canadian Pacific in 2017, giving him executive control of one of the largest Class I rail systems in North America, with more than 13,000 miles of rail network stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In 2021 he helped broker a deal that marked the first major merger in the railroad industry in the U.S. in two decades and created the first freight rail network linking Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

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My guest today is Shopify co-founder and CEO Tobi Lütke.  We discuss the differences between founders and professional managers, how he’s scaled with Shopify, the constant fight against bureaucracy, how he thinks about innovation in a large company, and how he manages to keep his head when everyone else is losing theirs.

 

A coder at heart who emigrated from Germany to Canada two decades ago, Lütke co-founded the e-commerce giant Shopify in Ottawa in 2006. The Globe and Mail named Lütke "CEO of the Year" in November 2014,  and in May 2021 the company reported that it had more than 1.7 million businesses in approximately 175 countries using its platform. As of July 2022, Shopify is among the top 20 largest publicly traded Canadian companies by market capitalization, and the company’s total revenue for 2021 was $4.611 billion. Lütke previously appeared on Episode 41 of The Knowledge Project.

 

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Widely regarded as one of the top business leaders of his generation, Alan Mulally joins the show to discuss the formation of his leadership strategy and how you can apply his lessons to your life and business. On this episode Mulally breaks down the principles of how a team can work together toward a larger goal, creating a culture of love by design, the role of the leader, what happens when people opt out of working together, how to use the ideas of working together in your family life, and so much more.
 
Mulally is perhaps best known as the former President and CEO of the Ford Motor Company, which was struggling during the late-2000s recession before Mulally used his teamwork-oriented philosophy to save the company. Under Mulally’s leadership from 2006-14, Ford was the only major car manufacturer to avoid a government bailout, and Mulally was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time. Prior to joining Ford, Mulally spent more than three decades at Boeing, where he eventually served as an Executive Vice President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
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This episode is packed with wisdom from previous guests on the art of making better decisions. 

We discuss the three types of decision-makers, how to control your emotions when making decisions, why it’s crucial to look at every decision differently, the processes for coming to the right decision, and how to learn from your mistakes when you get it wrong.

The guests on this episode are author Ventakesh Rao (Episode 7), psychologist, author and professional poker player Maria Konnikova (Episode 89), Stripe co-founder Patrick Collison (Episode 32), cognitive-behavioral decision science author and professional poker player Annie Duke (Episode 37), and Shopify co-founder Tobi Lutke (Episode 41).
 
Transcript: https://fs.blog/knowledge-project-podcast-transcripts/tkp-insights-decision-making/

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Shane's guest on this episode of the show is New York Times bestselling author Neil Pasricha, who returns for his second appearance on The Knowledge Project. We discuss the importance of gratitude and how simple acts can change the way you feel, where confidence comes from, the specific routines and habits you can use to counter anxiety, the recipe for building resilience, and so much more. Pasricha is the author of seven books which collectively have sold over 2 million copies and spent over 200 weeks on bestseller lists, including The Happiness Equation and Two-Minute Mornings. His first TED talk, “The 3 A’s of Awesome,” is ranked as one of the 10 Most Inspiring of all time, and he also hosts a podcast called 3 Books, where he uncovers the 1,000 most formative books in the world. 
 
Neil previously appeared on Episode 72 of the The Knowledge Project, one of the show’s most downloaded conversations to date. His new book, Our Book of Awesome, will be released Dec. 6.

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Artificial intelligence researcher and author Kenneth Stanley has argued that “as soon as you create an objective, you ruin your ability to reach it.” So what should you consider when thinking about your objectives, and what will set you up for success? On this episode Stanley discusses how to set the right objectives for your life, why we’re too tied to accomplishments, what role accountability plays in our education system, the value of peer review,  why transformative innovations are always counter intuitive, and so much more. Stanley is the co–author of Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned: The Myth of the Objective,  as well as the former Head of Core AI Research at Uber AI and the Open-Endedness Team Leader at OpenAI. He has also served as the Charles Millican Professor in Computer Science at University of Central Florida.

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Few figures have shaped the way we think about business over the past 20 years more than Reid Hoffman. The co-founder of LinkedIn and former PayPal executive is also a wildly successful venture capitalist, author and podcaster, but he didn’t get to his place as a Silicon Valley giant without making plenty of crucial decisions. On this episode Hoffman discusses lessons learned from decades spent as a hands-on operator and investor, including what he knows about scaling that others miss, the three principles of decision making, how to constantly evolve your learning pattern, and why the best leaders adapt to the crisis at hand. Hoffman is perhaps best known for co-founding the professional networking site LinkedIn, which he started in 2003 and later sold for a reported $26.2 billion to Microsoft in 2016. Prior to founding LinkedIn, Hoffman was one of the first employees at PayPal, where he served as an executive vice president. He is also a partner at the venture capital firm Greylock Partners, an investor in Airbnb, the author of a series of successful business books including Masters of Scale, and the host of the podcast of the same name.

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My guest today is acclaimed psychologist and longtime Stanford University professor Barbara Tversky who calls on her nearly 50 years in the field of cognitive psychology for an in-depth discussion about how our minds work.

We discuss the Nine Laws of Cognition, why action shapes thought, how the language we use changes what we think, tactics to communicate better on Zoom, why she dove into the work of Leonardo da Vinci, when to use charts and when to avoid them, the importance of perspective taking, learned knowledge vs. earned knowledge, and so much more.

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LA Rams General Manager Les Snead dives deep into some of the strategies that made the Rams a Super Bowl Champion, including assessing character, how to draft the right player, the complicated nature of trading players, how to build a team, hiring the right coach, hidden performance, why it’s so important to be relentlessly curious, and so much more.
 
A native of football-crazed Eufaula, Alabama, Snead served as a graduate assistant at Auburn University before he spent 14 years as an NFL scout for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons. He became the Rams’ GM in 2012 and over time built a reputation as an executive willing to make insightful draft picks as well as blockbuster trades, including his move to draft future Hall of Famer Aaron Donald in 2014 and to trade for superstars Von Miller and Matthew Stafford on the way to winning the Super Bowl in February.

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My guest today is celebrated research psychologist Gary Klein who has spent nearly 50 years studying how and why people make the decisions they do.

We discuss naturalistic decision making, the crucial difference between experience and expertise, why some people stagnate and others progress, Cognitive Flexibility Theory, the role of storytelling, surprising ways to gain insights, fixation errors, cognitive biases, mental models, accelerated learning, and so much more.

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The Gaslight Effect Podcast

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About this podcast: Gaslight (/ˈɡaslīt/). Verb. Manipulating someone by psychological means into questioning their own reality.

The Gaslight Effect podcast is hosted by Dr. Robin Stern, co-founder of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and author of the best-selling book, The Gaslight Effect. On her podcast, Robin helps listeners identify gaslighting, to escape the destructive dynamic and reclaim their reality.

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On this episode Dr. Robin Stern talks with Dr. Paige Sweet, a Sociologist at The University of Michigan, doing work on gender and sexuality, with a specialty in studying domestic violence. 

In her research and the interviews she conducted for her book, The Politics of Surviving: How Women Navigate Domestic Violence and its Aftermath (2021) Dr. Sweet noticed an almost universal reporting of gaslighting within the dysfunctional relationships. This led her to write the article, The Sociology of Gaslighting in The American Sociological Review. 

Robin and Paige discuss gaslighting from both the psychological and sociological perspective, and how those two areas of study overlap and complement one another.  Dr. Sweet points out that gaslighting as a sociological phenomenon, often includes gender inequality as well as other social inequalities, such as race and domestic abuse. 

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Has the remote working phenomenon spurred by the pandemic caused an increase in gaslighting in the workplace?  

On this episode, Robin talks with Dr. Heidi Brooks, Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Yale University, about this intersting phenomenon. 

Many workplaces instituted a work-from-home policy during the recent COVID-19 pandemic.  Now that more offices are opening back up, many employees are still eager to work from home. While the work environment continues to undergo change, there may be an increase in incidences of gaslighting due to the way that we now work together. 

Robin and Heidi explore how someone in the workplace can "regain their reality" while navigating a work-from-home world, and how employers can create transparency and psychologically safe workplaces, so that emplyees will not be subject to gaslighting.  

How can organizations become gaslight free zones?  Check out the episode to find out! 

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Are you involved in a gaslighting situation and feel like you're all alone? Are you having trouble breaking away from your gaslighter? Robin's guest on this episode of The Gaslight Effect Podcast, Lucy Rose, found herself in exactly this situation. 

Robin discusses with Lucy how, looking back, Lucy was experiencing signs of gaslighting as early as the very first date with her then boyfriend.  Struggling with insecurity, and existing family issues, Lucy found herself very vulnerable to gaslighting. 

It took many years of being in a controlling relationship with a partner who was verbally abusive and dictated almost every decision she made, before Lucy was able to find the inner strength to break away. 

On this episode, Robin works through the underlying feelings that caused Lucy to be a victim of gaslighting, the signs of gaslighting that kept building up within her relationship, and ultimately the insight to recognize what was happening and the strength to take control of her life back from her gaslighter. 

Lucy's story will inspire listeners to know that they are not alone, and they can stand up for their reality. 

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Does unintentional gaslighting exist? Are people born gaslighters? How do parents gaslight their children without either one of them knowing it? We’ll dig deeper in this episode.

In this episode of The Gaslight Effect Podcast, Robin talks with Psychology Today’s Hara Marano. Hara is the Editor at Large of Psychology Today and writes the magazine's advice column, Unconventional Wisdom.

Her newest book, A Nation of Wimps: The High Cost of Invasive Parenting, examines the contemporary culture of parenting. It grew out the groundbreaking Psychology Today article A Nation of Wimps, which focuses on the rise of psychological distress among America's youth.

Through her work and research with Psychology Today, Hara has been able to understand the pulse of the American public with relation to the gaslighting phenomenon.

During this episode Robin and Hara discuss concepts of inadvertent or accidental gaslighting versus intentional gaslighting as well as red flags related to the two different versions.  Robin and Hara also share examples of gaslighting scenarios between parents and children and how seemingly innocent conversations can walk the fine line between “good parenting” and gaslighting.

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On this episode of The Gaslight Effect Podcast, Robin talks with New York based divorce and family law attorney Evan Schein.  Evan is the Head of Litigation at Berkam Bottger Newman & Schein LLP .

As stated on Evan's website - "Evan has helped clients find post-divorce happiness and build successful financial lives, advocated to protect children and fought for the rights of victims of domestic violence. He has learned more than a few things about family, money, and the law, things that every spouse or parent in America should know. As a divorce lawyer in America's unofficial capital city, Evan's been lucky to meet fascinating people and work with top experts in fields like finance, trust and estates, real estate, sports, entertainment, psychology, and more."

Robin and Evan discuss the role gaslighting plays in divorce cases and Evan's first hand experience over the past 15 years of witnessing the impact of gaslighting on marital relationships.

Delving into how gaslighting can have a negative impact on a marriage and ultimately become a significant factor in an individual seeking a divorce, Evan and Robin explore the empathy and compassion necessary to effectively support and protect a client during a divorce proceeding - especially one that involves gaslighting. 

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Gaslight (/ˈɡaslīt/). Verb. Manipulating someone by psychological means into questioning their own reality.

The Gaslight Effect podcast is hosted by Dr. Robin Stern, co-founder of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and author of the best-selling book, The Gaslight Effect. On her podcast, Robin helps listeners identify gaslighting, to escape the destructive dynamic and reclaim their reality.

On this episode, join Dr. Robin Stern as she explains what the term Gaslighting means, why she decided to create The Gaslight Effect podcast, and what listeners can expect on future episodes. 

 

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Fundraising Bright Spots

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About this podcast: Want to grow your fundraising income? Youre in the right place. Bright Spot provides training, coaching and inspiration to help professional fundraisers raise more money.

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What can charities do to maintain and grow income at a time when the cost of living is making life so difficult? In this episode Rob talks to Tim Kachuriak, founder of the digital fundraising agency and research lab, Next After. They explore why a testing mentality is so valuable. And Tim shares three practical examples of things you can do now to increase digital / individual giving income for your charity. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Tim and Rob are both on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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One tactic that can transform fundraising results is match funding. But how do you achieve the initial gifts from major donors, and how can you make effective use of the enticing offer? In this episode Rob talks to an innovative fundraiser named Ilana Jackman about how one university has made match funding work in exciting, new ways this year. She explains how the match has inspired more donors to set up regular gifts and encouraged many existing donors to upgrade their giving per month. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Ilana and Rob are both on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob.

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If you’ve ever been inspired by a good fundraising idea or principle, but failed to put it into practice, I hope you’re going to find this a valuable listen. Grace Cannings is a smart fundraiser who has found a way to improve her chances of building proactive habits that generate improved fundraising results. In this episode she explains the technique and offers tips to help you try it yourself. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Grace and Rob are both on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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What can you do to build better, more long-term relationships with funders? In my second interview with trusts and foundations fundraising expert, Neela Jane Stansfield, we explore ideas for creating fabulous stewardship and stronger relationships with funders. Our conversation includes creativity, the personal touch, story-telling and the importance of nurturing relationships with colleagues. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Neela Jane and Rob are both on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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This time we’re looking at successful fundraising with trusts and foundations, with an interview with Neela Jane Stansfield, author of Grants Fundraising, a new book published by the DSC. Central to Neela Jane’s philosophy is the importance of working hard to build relationships with funders. This is not always easy, so I was delighted to discuss various things that fundraisers can do in practice. We share a range of ideas to help you grow fundraising income through better insight and connection with funders. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Neela Jane and Rob are both on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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What can charities do to shift power to those with lived experience of the issues the charity addresses? And how can this approach improve fundraising? Lulu Smithwick is Senior Public Fundraising Manager at Refugee Action, and Shukry Adan is a former Expert by Experience Fundraising Advisor. In this, the second half of Rob’s recent interview, they talk about applying this approach to corporate partnerships, major donor fundraising and what Shukry did as guest editor of the supporters’ magazine. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Lulu and Rob are on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob.

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How do you shift power to those with experience of the issues your charity addresses? And what are the many benefits of this approach? This time, Rob talks to Lulu Smithwick, Senior Public Fundraising Manager, and Shukry Adan, a former Expert by Experience Fundraising Advisor, for Refugee Action. They explain the charities’ approach, which aims to make the process valuable to the group, as well as good for fundraising. And they describe some of the creative ideas and insights that contributed to, among other things, a 25% increase in results for their individual giving appeal and a very successful Radio 4 Appeal. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. Lulu and Rob are on Linked In and on twitter Rob is @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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Dramatic rises in the cost of living continue to create challenges for charity fundraisers, and as we move towards autumn and winter, the challenges may well get tougher still. So in this episode, Rob shares an excerpt from the recent Breakfast Club for Fundraising Leaders, in which he shares three ideas that he believes will help many fundraisers to do well in spite of these tough times. In particular, he shares tactics and examples to help with: messaging during tough times, sharpening focus and managing your state / mindset. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, thank you! I’d love to hear what you think, eg through Linked In – Rob Woods - or on twitter at @woods_rob; or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising. Key words

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If you’ve ever wondered about ways to attract / receive donations from people interested in cryptocurrency, check out these two episodes with Nicola Gunn (episode 105 and 106). In this, the second half of our chat, Nicola explains how her charity has attracted and received valuable donations through NFTs (non-fungible tokens). We also discuss some risk factors to weigh up and potentially mitigate if you decide to explore crypto-philanthropy for your charity. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, THANK YOU! And we would love to hear what you think. On twitter we are @NicolaGunn_ and @woods_rob, we are both on Linked In or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.

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Nicola and Rob talk about her charity’s progress and learnings in raising funds through crypto-philanthropy. Nicola demystifies key concepts; talks about some fabulous successes so far, including a gift worth £87,000; and shares lots of tips to help other charities interested in exploring the opportunities. If you want to share this episode with others you think it would help, thank you! And we would love to hear what you think. On twitter we are @NicolaGunn_ and @woods_rob, we are both on Linked In or you can follow Bright Spot on Instagram at @brightspotfundraising.
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Think Business with Tyler

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About this podcast: Hey Entrepreneurs! Are you going full speed just trying to keep up? Do you feel you have more losses than wins? Join me on a journey as we have real conversations with business owners about struggles, successes, and tips so we can get you quicker results with no fluff. And, get YOU to your next win now!

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Joining us in today’s episode is Noah Scott. Noah is the CEO of The Big Possible and a master in the art of connection and immersive human experiences.  In this episode, we talk about:  Designing the life you want to live  Why risk-taking leads to personal growth  And The importance of deep human connection  How do you actually design the life you want to live? Noah shares the key ingredients in this episode. Let’s chat with Noah now.  Important Links:  Show Notes with Links Mentioned:  https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/design-the-life-you-want-noah-scott/ My Links:  https://linktr.ee/thinktyler  Website:  https://thinktyler.com/  Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com  Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach  Linkedin  Instagram  YouTube  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Today’s guest is Alicia Butler Pierre. Alicia is a CEO and a two-time Amazon best-selling author. She is an expert in building strong and sustainable business infrastructures.  In this episode, we explore:   Why people and processes go hand and hand;  A mistake business owners make when an issue arises; and  And how to manage chaos in your business.  Want to develop a bulletproof infrastructure (and trust me you do!)? This episode is the right one for you. Important Links:  Show Notes with Links Mentioned:  https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/scaling-business-alicia-butler-pierre/ My Links:  https://linktr.ee/thinktyler  Website:  https://thinktyler.com/  Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com  Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach  Linkedin  Instagram  YouTube  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Our guest is Mitch Russo. Mitch is a SaaS company founder and co-founded Timeslips Corp, which grew to become one of the largest time-tracking software companies.   In this episode, we discuss:   The importance of testing your business ideas;   A common misconception when selling a product;   If it is better to buy an existing business or start one from scratch;   And how to build a remote work culture. If you want to build an 8-figure business, look no further than Mitch to provide tips and insights into growth and scale. Let’s talk with Mitch.  Important Links:  Show Notes with Links Mentioned:  https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/build-8-figure-business-mitch-russo/ My Links:  https://linktr.ee/thinktyler  Website:  https://thinktyler.com/  Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com  Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach  Linkedin  Instagram  YouTube  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Ken Rusk is our guest today. Ken is passionate about seeing people succeed in life and believes you don’t need a college degree to be successful. In this episode we discuss: 1) Why you should Put your employees first. 2) What it means to Build entrepreneurial employees and why it is important 3) and how to Live life like a vacation. Ken’s passion for helping people shines. There is a lot to take from this episode about success and building a great business. Let’s chat with Ken. Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/entrepreneurial-employees-ken-rusk/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Thanks for listening to another show.  Today we are talking about productivity. Our guest is Blaine Oelkers, who is the creator of The 30 Minute Hour™ and The 21-Second Habits™. In this episode, we chat about: 1)    How to Plan, Delegate, and Focus. 2)    Why you should Put your business in the backseat every now and then. 3)    What you think about, you bring about. Blaine packs this show with a bunch of productivity hacks. It’s a must-listen! Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/an-hour-in-30-mins-blaine-oelkers/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Our guest is Kevin Anson. Kevin is Mr. Video. Kevin is an expert on video advertising. In this episode, we talk about: 1)    Kevin’s thoughts about the power of video ads 2)    How to get the most out of video ads 3)    And, Kevin’s tip for personal growth Kevin shares a bunch on effective video advertising. Let’s talk with him now… Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/video-advertising-kevin-anson/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Our guest today is Yvan Demosthenes. Ivan is the CEO of HamiltonDemo and an expert when it comes to matching great talent with great companies. In this show, we chat about: 1)   Diversity and why most companies fail at it 2)   Ivan’s number one tip for success 3)   Why your business needs to have its story nailed This is a fun conversation with Ivan. Let’s chat with him now. Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/persistence-yvan-demosthenes/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Hey thanks for listening to another episode. Today we have Ann Carden. Ann is a Growth Consultant and Founder of A. Carden Inc. In this episode, we discuss:  ·      Go big or go home ·      The high-end strategy for pricing ·      And Learn, Do, and Teach your way to success Ann packs this show with a bunch of entrepreneurial wisdom. I know you are going to enjoy this one. Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/stuck-business-owner-ann-carden/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Hey thanks for listening to the show. Nick Loper is Mr. Side Hustle. He is the host of the top-rated Side Hustle Nation Podcast, and runs a blog that is highly successful. In this show, we talk about: ·     How to lower your risk as an entrepreneur, ·     why you should take an experimenter's mindset. ·     How your fear of failure is getting in your way of success Nick is a fun guy to listen to – let’s start the show… Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/make-extra-money-nick-loper/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Our guest is Michael Sonbert. Michael is the founder and CEO of 2 companies. Michael has a lot of great stories and tips to establish a solid foundation for a growing business. In this episode, we discuss: 1)   Why you need to believe in your vision to be successful 2)   How to correctly use vision and values in your business 3)   And the importance of focusing on impact versus income This is another episode packed with entrepreneurial wisdom and tips. Let’s chat with Michael… Important Links: Show Notes with Links Mentioned: https://thinktyler.com/podcast_episode/building-a-business-michael-sonbert/ My Links: https://linktr.ee/thinktyler Website: https://thinktyler.com/ Podcast: ThinkBusinesswithTyler.com Host: Tyler Martin Business Coach Linkedin Instagram YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Art of Charm

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About this podcast: The Art of Charm is where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and becoming your best self with the help of Johnny and AJ, the company’s founders. Johnny and AJ bring their 11 years of coaching experience from their famous Bootcamps, where they host clients in Los Angeles from all over the world and they share their stories, best practices and themselves on this weekly podcast. Not only does The Art of Charm help everyday people, including active members of the military, learn how to become higher performers, better spouses, partners, and coworkers, they dig deep into human behavior, the science behind it, and demystify what we do and why we do it.

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In today’s episode, we cover self-esteem with Dr. Steven Hayes. Steven Hayes is an American clinical psychologist and Nevada Foundation Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno Department of Psychology, where he is a faculty member in their Ph.D. program in behavior analysis, and the author nearly 670 scientific articles and 47 books including the best selling Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life

The last couple of generations grew up in a world that focused on high self-esteem, but what exactly is self-esteem, why was it catastrophically wrong to focus on it, and what should you strive for when raising kids?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What is self-esteem?
  • Why is it dangerous to artificially inflate self-esteem?
  • What is that critical voice you hear and how does it affect your self-esteem?
  • What is confidence – 18:30
  • Why are many people who appear confident not?
  • How does social media make it difficult for you to be self compassionate and stay true to yourself?
  • Stop focusing on self-esteem – 30:20 
  • Why is it catastrophic to focus on teaching kids to have a high self esteem?
  • What can you do to develop your self-compassion to boost your confidence?
  • Friends, values, and life fulfillment – 49:42 
  • Why are values important and how do your friends influence your values for better or worse?
  • Is too much self-compassion a bad thing?

We’ve seen that it can be dangerous to artificially inflate self-esteem and that it is much more important to focus on teaching kids how to have a healthy self-compassion. When we develop our self-compassion, we become better equipped to stay true to ourselves, even when faced with difficult situations or negative feedback from others. With values clarification and by choosing friends who share our positive values, we can work together to encourage each other in living out our best selves. 

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In today’s episode, we cover becoming unstoppable with Michael Herold. 

We all have the potential to achieve unstoppable confidence, but what are the 3 obstacles that stand in your way, what can you do to overcome them, and how do you identify your core values so you can find every day fulfilling?

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What are the 3 obstacles you need to overcome to have unlimited confidence? 
  • What can you do to separate yourself from your thoughts so they don’t get in the way of achieving your goals and dreams?
  • What question can you ask yourself to instantly quiet your thoughts?
  • Overcome negative emotions to achieve unstoppable confidence – 18:27
  • How do you overcome discomfort so you can get the most out of life?
  • Why do we need to redefine happiness and what should the new definition be so we can pursue a more fulfilling existence?
  • Find your core values –29:00 
  • What are core values and why are they important for you to find for yourself if you want to live a rich and meaningful life?
  • Why are goals overrated compared to living a life inline with your core values?
  • What four ways can you use to identify your core values?

There is a lot you can do to separate yourself from your thoughts and achieve your goals. You need to find what works for you, but some helpful tips are: be mindful of your thoughts, practice meditation or mindfulness, and write out your thoughts and goals regularly. Discomfort is a part of life, but it doesn’t have to stop you from achieving great things. In fact, it’s often through discomfort that we learn and grow the most. Core values are important because they provide a guide for how you want to live your life. They help us make decisions when we’re faced with difficult choices and help us stay on track when things get tough. Identifying your core values is an important step in finding meaning in life. 

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In today’s episode, we cover the pursuit meaning and fulfillment with Yael Schonbrun. Yael is a clinical psychologist, assistant professor at Brown University, co-host of Psychologists Off the Clock, and the author of Work, Parent, Thrive: 12 Science-Backed Strategies to Ditch Guilt, Manage Overwhelm, and Grow Connection (When Everything Feels Like Too Much)

The pursuit of meaning has taken a back seat in the last few decades and we’re paying the price, so what can you do to introduce more meaning into your life, how should you balance meaningful and pleasurable pursuits, and how can you you strengthen the relationships that already give you meaning?

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • Is it more fulfilling to be great at one role in life or divide your time between multiple roles?
  • How should you balance the pursuits of meaning, pleasure, and purpose?
  • Prioritizing the different roles in your life – 16:16
  • How do you determine which roles you should prioritize in your life when you have to take other people in your life into consideration?
  • What should you do to preface regular one-on-one check-in conversations with your significant other and kids to strengthen the important relationships in your life?
  • Strategies to Create Space for Strengthening Relationships – 29:40 
  • What strategies can you implement on a weekly basis to make sure the relationships you care about don’t fall apart? 
  • Adding for improvement vs subtraction for simplicity – 46:54
  • Should we prioritize adding things to our lives or subtracting things from our lives if we want to be happier and more fulfilled?

It can be difficult to determine how to balance the different pursuits of meaning, pleasure, and purpose in our lives. We often have a lot of competing demands on our time and energy. But if we want to live happier and more fulfilling lives, it’s important that we take the time to figure out what’s most important to us and then put in the effort to make sure those things stay a priority. There is no one perfect answer for everyone – each individual will need to find what works best for them. 

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In today’s episode, we cover talking to strangers with AJ and Johnny. 

You never know what friend, business partner, or love interest you’ll meet by striking up a conversation with strangers in your daily life, but how do you create engaging conversations with anyone, what two things do you need for great conversations, and how do you make an unforgettable first impression?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • How is technology harming our ability to hold conversations and how do we overcome it?
  • Why is it important to your health and social life to make small talk with strangers?
  • Simple Techniques for Talking to Strangers – 23:16
  • What tips can you use to have fun conversations with strangers?
  • How do you know what to talk about with strangers?
  • How do you give a compliment to a stranger?
  • The Art of Charm Conversation Formula – 37:05
  • What is the formula for great conversations?
  • How do you have a good conversation with anyone?
  • What are the two things you need to have great conversations?
  • Why is vulnerability important in conversations and how can you be vulnerable without being too vulnerable?

Small talk is important because it helps us to get to know other people, learn about new things, and build relationships. It can also help you feel more connected and socialize when you may be feeling lonely or isolated. To know what to talk about with strangers, think about the setting you’re in and try to find a common ground or interest that you share. The formula for great conversations is simple: ask open-ended questions, listen attentively, and then share something personal about yourself. Having a good conversation with anyone is all about being vulnerable and letting your guard down a little bit. Don’t be afraid to share some of your own experiences or feelings, as long as you do so in a way that isn’t overwhelming or off-putting. 

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In today’s episode, we cover masculinity with Richard Reeves. Richard is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he directs the Future of the Middle Class Initiative and co-directs the Center on Children and Families, and is the author of several books including his latest, Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It.

Western culture is experiencing a masculinity crisis, so what does mature masculinity look like in today’s society, what defines toxic masculinity vs mature masculinity, and how do we start instilling masculinity in our boys?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What are the trends in education and how are they impacting the genders?
  • Why is there a lack of male teachers?
  • The Crisis of Fatherhood – 24:07
  • What role should fathers play moving forward?
  • What does mature masculinity look like in modern society and how do we instill it in our children?
  • Toxic Masculinity – 38:15 
  • What is the difference between mature masculinity and toxic masculinity?
  • What role do rites of passage play in the transition from boyhood to manhood and what consequences do we face as a culture without them?
  • Where do we start if we want to revitalize the masculinity in our society? 
  • The Gender Pay Gap is a Parenting Gap – 59:07
  • What is the reason for the gender pay gap?

Masculinity is not a dirty word. It’s time to reclaim it and redefine it for the modern world. We can start by teaching our children what mature masculinity looks like, modeling healthy behavior ourselves, and creating spaces where men can gather to discuss these issues. Together we can shift the paradigm of toxic masculinity and work towards a more inclusive society that celebrates all forms of masculinity.

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In today’s episode, we cover social engineering and corporate espionage with Robert Kerbeck. Robert is the founder of the Malibu Writers Circle, his essays and short stories have been featured in numerous magazines and literary journals, and his new memoir, RU$E: Lying the American Dream from Hollywood to Wall Street, is a thrilling look into his career as a secret corporate spy.

Espionage has been around for as long as people have kept secrets, but what do corporate spies do to get information from unsuspecting employees, what should you be on the lookout for to protect yourself and your company, and how do you become a corporate spy?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • How do you become a corporate spy?
  • How do corporate spies prepare for deceptive calls with competitors?
  • Corporate Espionage Tools of the Trade – 13:36
  • What is a false time constraint and how do scammers and spies use them to manipulate you?
  • How do scammers and corporate spies manipulate you to get whatever information they want?
  • How do corporate spies receive new assignments?
  • The different ways Corporate Espionage is used – 31:24 
  • How do corporations use corporate spies to find new employees and executive leaders?
  • How do corporate spies leverage fear to get what they want out of you?

In order to protect yourself from becoming a victim of corporate espionage, it is important to be aware of the tools and tactics that scammers and spies use. By understanding how they operate, you can be better prepared to defend yourself against their attempts to manipulate you into giving away sensitive information. Remember, always be skeptical of unsolicited calls or emails and never give out personal information or passwords without verifying the caller’s identity first. 

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In today’s episode, we cover hunting discomfort with Sterling Hawkins. Sterling is the CEO and founder of the Sterling Hawkins Group, a research, training and development company focused on human and organizational growth, and is the author of Hunting Discomfort: How to Get Breakthrough Results in Life and Business No Matter What

Discomfort is an inevitable aspect of getting anywhere in life, so what are the 5 kinds of discomfort we all face, what are the ways we all deal with discomfort that make it worse, and how can you leverage discomfort to turn your dreams into a reality?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • Why do you risk everything you’ve worked for when you avoid discomfort?
  • What are the 3 default ways we try to deal with discomfort that only make the discomfort worse?
  • How to Evolve through Discomfort – 11:20
  • What can you do to adopt a mindset that embraces discomfort and leverages discomfort to evolve as a person?
  • What are the 3 kinds of beliefs and how do they drive everything you do?
  • Hunting Discomfort vs Danger – 20:11 
  • What is the difference between seeking out discomfort and doing dangerous things because they’re dangerous?
  • What are the 5 types of discomforts we all face?
  • The Necessity of Discomfort – 40:50
  • What can you commit to in order to force yourself to get comfortable with discomfort?

Discomfort is a part of life. It’s what we do with discomfort that determines whether or not it will have a negative impact on our lives. When we avoid discomfort, we risk everything we’ve worked for. But when we embrace discomfort, we can grow as individuals and achieve things we never thought possible. So how do you start embracing discomfort? You can start by making a commitment to yourself get comfortable with discomfort. And then you can begin to experiment with different ways of introducing discomfort into your everyday life so that it becomes a regular part of your existence. Are you ready to take the challenge? 

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In today’s episode, we cover the different work genius skills with Patrick Lencioni. Patrick is founder and president of The Table Group, a firm dedicated to helping leaders improve their organizations’ health and the author of ten business books including his most recent work, The 6 Types of Working Genius: A Better Way to Understand Your Gifts, Your Frustrations, and Your Team.

Knowing what kind of work your personality is inclined toward can make the difference between loving your work and hating it, having an innovative team and a failing team, so what are the different types of work and how can you leverage them to achieve incredible success?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • Why do we get frustrated at work and what is triggering this? 
  • What are the skills necessary to fully function in any work environment?
  • Different Kinds of Working Genius – 5:32
  • What are the different types of working skills we already have and the skills we still need to develop?
  • What are the benefits of learning and knowing how these skills can change our work environment?
  • What Type of Worker Are You? – 18:28  
  • How do you behave within the team and how do you react to different situations?
  • Are you tenacious, love to push things forward, and make sure they get done?
  • Interpreting the Assessment Results – 32:54
  • What can you do when you think your co-workers are outsmarting and outperforming you?
  • What is the concept of quiet-quitting and why is it causing companies to lose their genius talents?

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In today’s episode, we cover the science behind the hidden power of relationships with AJ and Johnny. 

The people in your life can you lead you to success or failure, joy or frustration—so how do you know what influence people and their friends are having on your life, how can you be a high value person to attract high value friendships and relationships, and what steps can you take to upgrade your social circle?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What influence do the people around you have on your happiness and ability to achieve your goals?
  • How do you handle relationships that have a negative influence on your life?
  • High Value vs Low Value Behavior – 10:55
  • What does it mean to be high value and why should you avoid low value behaviors if you don’t want to lose great friendships and relationships?
  • What are the benefits of being high value as much as possible?
  • Inescapable Influence of Friends and Family – 23:01 
  • How can your life be influenced by the friends of friends you don’t even know and what can you do to mitigate the harm they cause?
  • Can you filter out the negative influences of certain friends so you can keep them around for the positive influences?
  • Curate Your Social Circle – 47:30
  • What steps can you take to upgrade your existing social circle so your friends, family members, and coworkers support you rather than bring you down?
  • What is the difference between venting and gossiping and how should you respond to each one?

Other people are capable of having a significant impact on your life. If you let them, the right ones can set up conditions for success while leaving behind only pleasant memories and happy moments in their wake - but how do we determine which individuals will provide us with these opportunities? And more importantly: what can we do when our friends begin steering clear-cut paths towards failure or discontentment instead by trying to guide themselves into successful futures through less than honest means such as cheating at sports games etc.

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In today’s episode, we cover conscious conversations with Chuck Wisner. Chuck is a business and personal consultant and an advisor to leaders in high-profile companies in several industries such as Google, Rivian, Apple, and Tesla, and is the author of The Art of Conscious Conversations: Transforming How We Talk, Listen, and Interact

Conversations are an important aspect of running a business with employees, so what conversations should you be having with your employees and what types of questions should you ask?

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  • Introduction – 0:00
  • How many different kinds of conversations are there and why do you need to know them all?
  • Advocacy vs Inquiry – 22:55
  • Why is it important to balance advocacy for yourself and inquiring about others?
  • The 4 Questions to Ask in Conversations – 34:16 
  • What kinds of questions should you ask yourself when you’re talking to someone if you want to spark more engaging conversations?
  • Conversational Bypass – 48:30
  • Why is it important to touch on all four types of conversations in business and planning meetings in order to get the most out of your team? 

The next time you’re in a meeting, think about how you can use all four conversation types to get your point across. When you advocate for yourself and inquire about others, it will create a more balanced and engaging discussion. Asking the right questions of yourself before talking to someone can help set the tone for a more productive exchange. Touching on all four conversation types is important in business because it allows for different perspectives to be explored and helps everyone feel heard. 

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About this podcast: Whether you were the only girl on the football team, the only jock at robotics camp, or you just could never find anyone who appreciated your action figures enough, we’ve all felt like the weird kid at some point in our lives. Join comedians Carly Montag and Emily Walsh as they ask their guests about any time in life they felt like the odd one out. New episodes out every Monday!

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This week we are joined by Michael Pomeroy! Michael is a writer, director, and actor in Brooklyn. He is the writer, director, and lead of the feature film The Rest of Your Life, and is the co-creator/lead of Graham Ave Web Series. Michael has studied acting at Stella Adler Studio, Sketch & Improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and performed as a stand-up comedian for years before going into film. Make sure to check him out! 

In this episode we discuss growing up in Ohio, going to Catholic school, church festivals, getting cut from the basketball team, making music, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about how Michael got into making movies. Give this episode a listen!

Recommendations From The Episode: 

That Thing You Do!

The Story Factor by Annette Simmons

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This week we are back with another episode with the hilarious Liz Glazer. Liz is a standup comedian, actor, and writer. She performs all over the country including the Comedy Cellar, won first place in the Boston Comedy Festival and Ladies of Laughter Competition, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal! Make sure to check her out! 

In this episode we discuss being atoning and confessing, being married to a rabbi, superstition, religion, fancy outfits, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about Liz’s ability to find fortunes wherever she goes. Give this episode a listen!

Recommendations From The Episode: 

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito: Betty Who

The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs

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This week we are joined by Samantha Ruddy! Samantha is a standup comedian, writer, and producer. She has performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, headlined Carolines on Broadway, been heard on NPR, and appeared in videos for Comedy Central and Marvel! Make sure to check this episode out! 

In this episode we discuss growing up in Pennsylvania, helicopter moms, being rebellious, drinking in the woods, having a small school grade, starting comedy, and so much more! You don’t want to miss our discussion about “The Office” conventions that take place in Samantha’s hometown of Scranton. Give this episode a listen!

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Why Helicopter Parenting Fosters Failure: How Keeping Children from Failing can Promote Failure by Vanessa LoBue Ph.D.

Rats Saw God by Rob Thomas

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This week we are joined by Claire Bretschneider! Claire is a sign language interpreter, a scenic artist in tv, film, and theatre, and one of Emily's very best friends! In this episode we discuss creating scare experiences, the difference between scare experiences and haunted houses, recreating the movie Saw, scenic art, making something look scary, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about being women in the scenic art field. Give this episode a listen!

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Us written and directed by Jordan Peele

All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation by Rebecca Traister

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This week we are bringing you a special Halloween Episode! Hosts Emily Walsh and Carly Montag talk about what Halloween means to them, including favorite costumes and Carly growing up having never trick OR treated. Then, we feature past guests and avid listeners sharing their favorite Halloween stories and memories. Whether you’re walking through a haunted house or handing out candy, spend your Halloween with us!

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Beetlejuice

The Shining: Stephen King

Scream

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This week we are joined by Spencer Henry (Cult Liter) and Madison Reyes, hosts of Obitchuary. Obitchuary and Alone at Lunch are both podcasts within the Morbid Network! It’s spooky season, so you know we’re going to keep bringing you fun spooky crossover events! Make sure to check this episode and Obitchuary out! 

In this episode we discuss being born in California, hair color, starting a podcast, tourist traps, traumas and rituals, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about how Madison and Spencer became friends and the development of Obitchuary. Give this episode a listen!

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Slouching Towards Bethlehem: Essays by Joan Didion

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

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This week we are joined by Rachael O’Brien! Rachael is the host of Seven Deadly Sinners! Seven Deadly Sinners and Alone at Lunch are both podcasts within the Morbid Network! It’s spooky season, so you know we’re going to bring you another fun spooky crossover event! Make sure to check this episode out! 

In this episode we discuss growing up in a small town, moving alone to Los Angeles, building container homes, Big Foot, being a part of the Armed Forces entertainment, and so much more! You don’t want to miss our discussion about Rachael’s night walks with only a headlamp. Give this episode a listen!

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Container Homes - HGTV

In a Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

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This week we are joined by Lindsey Barnes. Lindsey is a stand-up comedian and comedy writer. She has performed stand-up live all around the New York area, including at the NY Underground Comedy Festival and Big Apple Comedy Fest, and via Zoom all around the world. Make sure to check her out!

In this episode we discuss moving between New York, New Jersey, and Florida, first concerts, being a parent, connecting with our kids, screen time, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about Harry Styles. Give this episode a listen!

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The TikTok Fitness Craze Hot Girl Walk is Worth Trying by Laura Murphy

Moving as a Child Can Change Who Are as an Adult by Christopher Ingraham

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This week we are joined by Gus Tate. Originally from Lexington, KY, Gus Tate started performing stand-up in China in 2013, slinging jokes to international crowds of expats and locals in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong before arriving in the world comedy capital of New York. Since then, Gus has performed around the U.S. at the Boston Comedy Festival, Gilda's LaughFest, Hoboken Comedy Festival, DC Comedy Festival, Rogue Island Comedy Festival, and Big Sky Comedy Festival. His videos have been viewed millions of times on Instagram and TikTok, and he's taping his debut comedy special November 6th at New York Comedy Club. Make sure to check him out!

In this episode we discuss growing up in Kentucky, going to Princeton, spending seven years in China, not being able to blend in, parenthood, comedy, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about the comedy scene in Beijing and Hong Kong. Give this episode a listen!

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A Separate Peace by John Knowles

Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey

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This week we are joined by Tayler Yarish! Tayler is an NYC-based comedian, podcast host for The Tayler Yarish Show, and co-producer of the YarBar Comedy Show, a bi-weekly comedy show featuring New York City's top comedians. Make sure to check him out!

In this episode we discuss growing up in Maryland, small talk, watching television, getting a reaction from an audience, having a small friend group, singing by doing impressions, being prom king, and so much more! You don’t want to miss our discussion about who Tayler’s favorite actor was growing up. Spoiler alert, on the playground is where he spent most of his days. Give this episode a listen!

Recommendations From The Episode: 

The Prom: A novel by Saundra Mitchell

If We Were Villains: A Novel by M.L. Rio

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