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About this podcast: TED is a nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading. On this video feed, youll find TED Talks to inspire, intrigue and stir the imagination from some of the worlds leading thinkers and doers, speaking from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. This podcast is also available in high-def video and audio-only formats.

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By mastering the Eskista, an ancient Ethiopian dance, TED Fellow Melaku Belay survived a childhood on the streets and became a voice for his country. He shares how traditional dances can connect the wisdom of the past to the energy of the future -- and, after the talk, delivers a thrilling performance of Eskista accompanied by a free-jazz ensemble. (In Amharic with consecutive English translation by filmmaker Mehret Mandefro)
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Global consumer strategist Aparna Bharadwaj shares a fascinating glimpse at under-the-radar affinities that transcend cultures and borders -- from the way people snack in China and Saudi Arabia to how people shop for clothes in the US and Russia. "There are patterns where you least expect them," she says -- and paying attention to them just might bring the world a little bit closer.
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More than a decade ago, roboticist Dennis Hong debuted a new generation of cutting-edge robots. Now he's back to reveal how his lab at UCLA has eclipsed its own achievements with a fleet of wildly advanced and delightful humanoid robots. Part demo, part time capsule, part glance into the future, Hong brings you into the excitement and potential of the next evolution in robotics engineering.
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What does inclusive leadership look like? Artist and TED Fellow Constance Hockaday shares how the captain of a trans-Atlantic community raft taught her how to voice her hopes and desires, inspiring a vision of possibility for the future. Hockaday calls for mentors everywhere to step up and invites aspiring leaders to answer one crucial question in order to unlock their agency and power.
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Several crises are set to define the next century -- but journalist Aaron Bastani believes we have the technological ability to meet our biggest challenges and create unprecedented levels of prosperity for all. He shows how we could get there by ditching capitalism as the world's economic operating system and adopting "universal basic services," where governments would freely provide life essentials like housing, health care, education and transport. (Followed by Q&A with head of TED Chris Anderson and public finance expert Maja Bosnic)
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Our memories and bodies give us clues about who we are, but what happens when this guidance shifts? In this mind-bending talk, science writer Anil Ananthaswamy shares how the experiences of "altered selves" -- resulting from schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, foreign limb syndrome or other conditions -- shed light on the constructed nature of identity. He breaks down where our sense of self comes from and invites us to challenge our assumptions about who we are, with the aim of building a better you and a better world.
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Farming is the worst thing humanity has ever done to the planet, says journalist George Monbiot. What's more: the global food system could be heading toward collapse. Detailing the technological solutions we need to radically reshape food production -- from lab-grown, protein-rich foods to crops that don't require plowing -- Monbiot shares a future-focused vision of how humanity could feed itself without destroying the planet.
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Depending on your lot in life, you may see the status quo as a result of unearned privilege or a simple reflection of merit. Backed by statistics and personal stories, lawyer Mariam Veiszadeh offers a much-needed perspective check on the quasi-equality touted in business today, calling for real change in workplace diversity and inclusion that routs out biases rather than replicating them.
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Right now, hundreds of thousands of people are "stuck" in the US criminal justice system. They've completed all of their requirements for release, but nobody knows it because the system is run on old databases that don't talk to each other. TED Fellow Clementine Jacoby describes how we can fix it -- bringing thousands of people home, reducing costs and improving public safety along the way.
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When human rights advocate Manu Peni returned to Papua New Guinea from abroad, he built a home for himself using modern techniques -- and promptly learned a harsh lesson on how the newest ideas aren't always the best ideas. Peni calls for us all to rethink who we consider experts, particularly when it comes to building in the face of climate change, showing how Indigenous wisdom must work in harmony with new science and technology if we want to create a sustainable future.
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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

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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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How do we give our children our best effort 365 days a year? Today host Dr. Dan has a great conversation with guest Deborah Farmer Kris, PBS Parent's national columnist, child development specialist, education journalist, parent educator and the author of the “All the Time” picture book series. 

In this episode, Dr. Dan and Deborah focus specifically on awe and wonder. What exactly is awe? What do we know about the benefits of awe? Is feeling awe within our control — or does it just “happen” to us unexpectedly?  How do we help teenagers experience more awe? What about awe and screens? 

Deborah and Dr. Dan discuss her fascinating research about what kids need to thrive and how she translates that research for parents and caregivers in order to make it simple, practical, accessible, and actionable. 

Children are worth our best effort 365 days a year and this episode will inspire and awe parents!  Find more about Deborah, her research, and her books on her website www.parenthood365.com

Be sure to listen to this episode until the very end to hear Dr. Dan’s big news about Parent Footprint bonus episodes: our bonus episodes will now be available in the regular Parent Footprint podcast feed for FREE! No paid subscription needed. Starts this month and you don’t have to do anything to listen.

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Dr. Dan interviews health journalist, author, parent Chelsea Conaboy about her book Mother Brain: How Neuroscience Is Rewriting the Story of Parenthood. This interview - like Chelsea’s book - explodes the concept of “maternal instinct” and tells listeners a new story about what it means to become a parent. Conaboy talks to Dr. Dan about the changing, parental brain – and offers revelations that will enlighten and educate. 

On today’s episode we learn that new parents undergo major structural and functional brain changes, driven by hormones and the deluge of stimuli a baby provides. These neurobiological changes help all parents—birthing or otherwise—adapt in those intense first days and prepare for a long period of learning how to meet their child’s needs. This provocative interview shatters many myths and changes the parenting paradigm. It’s a powerful listen for all parents and caregivers.

Chelsea Conaboy is a health and science journalist. She was part of the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer prize–winning team for coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing. Chelsea lives in Maine with her husband, children, and her own changing maternal brain. Visit Chelsea’s website www.chelseaconaboy.com

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Dr. Dan welcomes back parent and author Laura Zigman to discuss parental grief, Well-Child Syndrome, sibling loss, and her book Small World.

Laura Zigman grew up in the shadow of her parents’ grief after her oldest sister died.  In her just released novel Small World, Laura fictionalizes and writes poignantly about her own childhood as a typical sibling of a disabled sister who died. Despite the fact that Laura Zigman (and her sister Linda Zigman barely knew Sheryl), Laura’s childhood and her entire life were defined by this loss.  

Dr. Dan and Laura honestly discuss the many ways typical siblings experience disability, sibling loss, and parental grief.  The concept of Well-Child Syndrome and supporting “well” or typical siblings is still not widely discussed. Today’s episode reveals the desperate need for mental health support for siblings and entire families – not just parents - when dealing with disability, illness, death, loss, and grief.  

This episode also addresses guilt, pain, and other complex emotions in order to shine a light on topics that many families are dealing with today in isolation. Laura’s interview with Dr. Dan today along with her recent essay in the New York Times will comfort listeners.

Laura Zigman is the author of five novels, including Separation Anxiety (which was optioned by Julianne Nicholson and the production company Wiip (Mare of Easttown) for a limited television series); Animal Husbandry (which was made into the movie Someone Like You, starring Hugh Jackman and Ashley Judd), Dating Big Bird, Her, and Piece of Work. She has ghostwritten/collaborated on several works of non-fiction, including Eddie Izzard's New York Times bestseller, Believe Me; been a contributor to the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Huffington Post; produced a popular online series of animated videos called Annoying Conversations; and was the recipient of a Yaddo residency. Small World is her sixth novel.  Laura also founded and runs TALK THERAPY FOR YOUR WRITING™ for writers and authors. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  For more information visit her website: www.laurazigman.com and follow her on social media

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Dr. Dan interviews Deanna Singh, host of the Uplifting Impact podcast, Diversity Equity & Inclusion Expert, and champion for marginalized communities. Dr. Dan and Deanna discuss how and why we should approach the topic of diversity, equity and inclusion in a positive light with our kids. Deanna’s enthusiasm, curiosity, drive, and passion will energize listeners.

Deanna is the author of American Girl's first-ever advice book on race and inclusion,  A Smart Girl's Guide: Race and Inclusion: Standing up to racism and building a better world, and she has written several other children's books showcasing accurate reflections of what we see in our homes and communities by highlighting children of color. Deanna Singh offers enlightening advice today for all ages and explains why she released her newest book Actions Speak Louder: A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming an Inclusive Workplace

Today’s episode is an essential discussion about marginalized communities and ways to speak to our children about race, building a better world, and much more. It’s a chance to grow and learn – and change.

Deanna Singh is business consultant, speaker, author, and podcaster.  Find more information on her website  www.upliftingimpact.com.

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Welcome to Melon’s House Party! Did you know that the objects in your house sing and speak all day long? They just do so in a key only dogs can hear. Enter, Melon, an eight pound dog with a thousand pound heart who is the key to a world that lives right under our noses! She lives in a world full of friends; an always singing record player, a soulless computer, her bookshelf therapist and many more. But her best friend in the world is Couch. No musical adventure is too big for Melon and Couch as long as they can figure out a way to do it together. As Melon learns about herself and the world around her, she shows us how to appreciate the little things in life and the importance of friendship and family. Listen to the rest of this episode and more and wondery.com/melon-house-party

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*TRIGGER WARNING: SUICIDE AND RELATED TOPICS DISCUSSED*

Today Dr. Dan is in conversation with Jill Bialosky to discuss suicide and the 10 year anniversary edition of her extraordinary memoir History of a Suicide: My Sister’s Unfinished Life.

This episode offers an essential, sensitive, and very intimate discussion about suicide with a survivor. In 1990, Jill Bialosky’s 21-year-old sister committed suicide after fighting with her boyfriend. In this interview, Jill discusses her stunning book which recreates her sister’s inner life in order to make sense of it. As a result of writing History of a Suicide, Jill weaves a larger tapestry of what suicide looks like in other families and what it has meant culturally. 

Throughout this episode Dr. Dan and Jill discuss her sister Kim’s suicide as well as grief, loss, fear, shame, and guilt. Additionally, Jill explains how bewilderment and her unanswered questions inspired this book. Ten years since the publication of History of a Suicide, Jill also shares insight into her research and findings and why she wrote the book. 

Dr. Dan and Jill are hopeful their conversation resonates as a survivor’s guide and grief companion.  We hope Jill’s path will light the way for many listeners.

Jill Bialosky is a poet, novelist, essayist, and editor. She is the author of five acclaimed collections of poetry, three critically acclaimed novels, including The Prize and most recently, The Deceptions and a two memoirs, Poetry Will Save Your Life and New York Times bestselling memoir History of a Suicide: My Sister’s Unfinished Life. Her volume of poetry Asylum: A Personal, Historical, Natural Inquiry in 103 Lyric Sections, was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. In 2014 she was honored by the Poetry Society of America for her distinguished contribution to poetry.  Jill is an Executive Editor and Vice President at W. W. Norton & Company.   For more information visit www.jillbialosky.com

Are you in a crisis? Are you thinking about suicide? Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.  Please call or text the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.  Or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.  

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Today Dr. Dan interviews journalist Lisa Lewis about her important book The Sleep-Deprived Teen: Why Our Teenagers Are So Tired, and How Parents and Schools Can Help Them Thrive.  

Dr. Dan and Lisa hope to provide listeners with the critical information they need right now about teens and sleep. This episode addresses crucial questions including: How much sleep do teens need? What happens when teens don't get enough sleep?How does social media and technology use sleep? and more.

Today’s episode is an urgent call to action for all parents and caregivers.

Lisa L. Lewis, MS, is a freelance journalist who covers the intersection of parenting, public health, and education. Lisa helped get California’s landmark legislation on healthy school start times passed. For more information about Lisa’s work and her book visit her website www.lisallewis.com

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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.

For more information about the book and Einat Nathan visit her website: https://einatnathan.com/en/.

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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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The Daily Stoic

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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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He had considered not going public with it. He had wanted so badly to be able to keep saying, to get credit for being the guy who says, ‘I’m sixteen years sober.’ But he could not.

So in September of 2020, the actor Dax Shepard opened up on his podcast about relapsing. The episode was titled “Day 7”—because after a streak of a decade and half he was effectively back at the beginning. “Today, I have seven days,” he said with as much strength as he could muster.

Beautiful.

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In today's Daily Stoic reading, Ryan discusses Epictetus's assertion that there are three areas in which a person who would be wise and good must be trained: desires and aversions, impulses to act and not to act, and composure of judgment.

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Marcus Aurelius was clearly torn about his fellow man. He was loving and kind and spoke repeatedly of serving the common good. He was also clearly frustrated and disappointed with the flaws of the people around him. Like many great men, he had trouble understanding that not everyone had his gifts, not all of them were capable of what he was capable of.

You can see in Meditations how he wrestled with these feelings.

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Ryan speaks with Sarah Churchwell about her book Careless People: Murder, Mayhem, and the Invention of The Great Gatsby, the complicated figure of F. Scott Fitzgerald, how The Great Gatsby’s celebration of mad dreamers who chase the American Dream informs our pursuit of the same ideal today, and more.

Sarah Churchwell is professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. Her work focuses on 20th- and 21st-century American literature and cultural history, especially the 1920s and 1930s, including four books: The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe, Behold America: A History of America First and the American Dream, The Wrath to Come: Gone with the Wind and the Lies America Tells, and the aforementioned Careless People. She has written for numerous publications, including The New York Review of Books, The New York Times Book Review, The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, the New Statesman, The Guardian and The Observer. Saraha was also a judge for the 2014 Man Booker Prize, the 2017 Baillie Gifford Prize, and the 2019 Sunday Times Short Story Prize. In April 2021, she was long listed for the Orwell Prize for Journalism.

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Marcus Aurelius wasn’t perfect.

With so many responsibilities competing for his time and attention, he was guilty, as we all have been, of letting his good habits slide. The question is: What do we do when this happens?

Today, Ryan discusses how Marcus kept his habits in check and how you can, too, as well as the Stoic idea that influenced his newest tattoo, which he got from Andy Pho. Andy is the owner of Upside Tattoo, and he opened a new shop in Hutto, TX in 2022. Follow Andy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andypho/

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In one of the weirdest passages of Meditations, Marcus Aurelius notes with pride that he never laid a hand on any of his female slaves.

Not cheating on your spouse, not sexually assaulting a captive person, these are hardly achievements worthy of being feted for. They are the bare minimum, you could argue, to be considered a good, moral, virtuous person. And yet, they are not nothing, especially back then, it’s worth taking a minute to consider. 

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In today's Daily Stoic Journal reading, Ryan explores the Stoic idea of bettering oneself with small steps every day by reflecting on quotes from Seneca, Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius.

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Ryan presents the first of four excerpts from Josiah Osgood’s Uncommon Wrath: How Caesar and Cato’s Deadly Rivalry Destroyed the Roman Republic. Here, in chapter one, Josiah sets the stage for Rome’s great collapse by describing the world that Julius Caesar grew up in, how Cato the Younger’s upbringing put him at odds with Caesar, and the explosive events that escalated the tension between them.

You can listen to Ryan’s recent conversation with Josiah here

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Ryan speaks with Molly Bloom about her book Molly's Game: The True Story of the 26-Year-Old Woman Behind the Most Exclusive, High-Stakes Underground Poker Game in the World, the crossroads moment that taught her to overcome challenges through mindfulness, the intoxicating and eye-opening effects of running poker games for the ultra-rich and famous, how hitting rock-bottom taught her that good character is something to be trained, and more.

Molly Bloom is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and former Olympic class skier. After her competitive skiing career was derailed by injury, Molly became a bartender at the Viper Room in Los Angeles. She eventually started an event and catering company to host high-stakes poker tournaments, which attracted wealthy people, sports figures, and Hollywood celebrities. In 2013, she was sentenced as part of a $100 million money laundering and illegal sports gambling operation and served one year of probation with a $200,000 fine, and 200 hours of community service. Her story was turned into a 2017 film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. Molly’s speaking and entrepreneurial work focuses on inspiring and educating people on how to become top performers.

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It feels terrible to hear that someone is breaking up with you. Or that your retirement portfolio has dropped significantly in recent months. To find out that the company you’ve invested your entire career in is laying you off. That your father doesn’t accept the person you love or how you live your life.

We want it to be otherwise, so we’re disappointed. It hurts, so we take it personally. In Meg Mason’s novel Sorrow and Bliss (listen to our great podcast episode with Meg), Martha Friel's mother, who had always been unhappy and resentful, goes into recovery and stops drinking. With time, she comes to realize that she had been living life as if it was happening to her. The adversity. The losses. The frustrations. The disappointments. In actuality, none of this happened to her. It was just happening. It just was.

In today's Ask Daily Stoic, Ryan answers questions after a presentation about applying Stoic principles to modern life. His answers cover which books about or by Marcus Aurelius you should read, and the events in Ryan's life that brought him closer to Stoicism.

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As Gandhi sat with a reporter one hot afternoon, he began experiencing some stomach pains. An attendant brought him a mudpack to place on his abdomen. “This puts me in touch with my future,” he said with a smile.

He was joking about his mortality, just as the Stoics and all wise philosophers have. The reporter was a bit surprised. You are so young, he said. And that’s when Gandhi reminded him, as Marcus Aurelius did in Meditations, that age didn’t matter. Death was the common lot of all people he said, “some in a hundred years, but all sooner or later will die.”

In today's Daily Stoic Journal excerpt, Ryan examines the power of choice through the Epictetus quote: "A podium and prison is each a place, one high and the other low. But in each place your freedom of choice is to be maintained if you so wish."

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It is certainly true that people can do some awful things to each other. We hear of a trusted representative who is stealing from their clients. We hear of a man who has been leading a second life, even starting a second family. We hear of a woman who commits an unspeakable crime.

These gross violations of morality and law do exist. They are things we would never do, we’d never even consider doing them. However, the truth is that most of the wrongs committed day to day are done by ordinary people in ordinary ways.

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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

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Dinosaur of the day Haya, a Mongolian ornithischian that was found with gastroliths for grinding up food.

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Dinosaur of the day Isanosaurus, a small to medium sized sauropodomorph that lived in the Late Triassic or Late Jurassic in what is now Thailand.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • There’s a new titanosaur: Caieira allocaudata
  • A new Dryptosaurus find may include medullary bone—showing another possibly female tyrannosauroid
  • A mammal's foot was found inside a Microraptor's ribcage showing that the mammal was eaten by the dinosaur
  • Dippy has a three-year residency at Coventry’s Herbert Art Gallery and Museum
  • A new dinosaur film, 65, comes out in March

 

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Dinosaur of the day Silesaurus, a dinosauromorph (or dinosaur depending on who you ask) from the Triassic with herbivorous and quadrupedal traits.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • There’s a new macronarian sauropod, Yuzhoulong, that shows more diversity in Sichuan, China than previously thought
  • A new basal hadrosaurid, Malefica, named "witch" or "sorceress" was found in Big Bend National Park
  • Ornithopods, and especially hadrosaurs, had bigger brains than we thought
  • Washington state is still working on getting a state dinosaur
  • South Australian Museum in Adelaide, Australia, has a new exhibit, Six Extinctions

 

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Dinosaur of the day Abrosaurus, a sauropod from China whose species name was originally "giant nose."

In dinosaur news this week:

  • One of the papers about the Tanis site has been accused of having fake data
  • There’s a new dwarf rhabdodontid dinosaur, Transylvanosaurus platycephalus
  • Ankylosaurs probably evolved their tails for fighting each other, not for defending against predators
  • Diplodocid tails could not break the speed of sound, according to a new model
  • Artificial Intelligence helped solve the mystery of dinosaur tracks in Queensland, Australia

 

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Dinosaur of the day Hanssuesia, a pachycephalosaurid from the Late Cretaceous of Alberta that was once considered a troodontid.

Our top stories of 2022:

  • Best soft tissue: Dakota the Edmontosaurus mummy
  • Best soft tissue honorable mention #1: Dinosaur intestines
  • Best soft tissue honorable mention #2: Sauropod skin (goosebumps)
  • Best paleopathology study: Dolly the sauropod respiratory infection
  • Earliest sauropod of the year: Mbiresaurus
  • Largest megaraptorid of the year: Maip
  • Keeping the debate going: Torosaurus considered valid
  • Biggest movies/shows of the year: Jurassic World: Dominion and Prehistoric Planet
  • Most misunderstood dinosaur: Dodo
  • Our favorite new segment: The Dinosaur Connection Challenge: Connecting dinosaurs to sandwiches
  • Best news for Ubirajara fans in Brazil: Ubirajara returning to Brazil
  • Best dinosaur embryo: Baby Yingliang
  • Best early thyreophoran: Jakapil
  • Best stegosaur: New stegosaur Bashanosaurus
  • Furthest reaching dinosaur story: glass beads on the moon from craters that hit earth
  • Best T. rex study(s): Presentations at SVP that Tyrannosaurs had tiny arms before they had huge heads
  • Smallest sauropod of the year: Ibirania
  • Best new herbivore: Stegouros
  • Best new herbivore honorable mention: Ankylosaur: Yuxisaurus
  • Best new carnivore: New carcharodontosaurid Meraxes
  • BONUS: Stromer's Riddle but with mosasaurs

 

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Dinosaur of the day Ostafrikasaurus, a large theropod named from a tooth that looks like a cross between a spinosaurid and ceratosaurid.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • Paleontologists discovered new dromaeosaur, Daurlong wangi, complete with part of the intestines!
  • A new non-avian dinosaur, Natovenator, with a streamlined body for swimming and hunting fish
  • The Auckland War Memorial Museum in New Zealand has two T. rex on display, and one of them may have been pregnant
  • Maximus, the T. rex skull, sold for a lot less than expected
  • Gary the Edmontosaurus was airlifted from Red Deer River valley in Alberta, Canada this summer
  • You can get an AR model of Scotty the T. rex via the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
  • The Hongkong Post is issuing six dinosaur stamps

 

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Dinosaur of the day Eucamerotus, the "well-chambered" sauropod from the Early Cretaceous in what is now the Isle of Wight, England.

Interview with Brigid and Mike, Brigid Christison has a Master's in Biology and is the founder and manager of PalaeoPoems. Mike Thompson is working on a PhD in Paleontology & Sedimentology at the University of Manitoba and writes the science behind the PalaeoPoems. Check them out at www.palaeopoems.com

In dinosaur news this week:

  • “Spinosaurus is not an aquatic dinosaur” according to a new analysis of its buoyancy and body shape
  • A T. rex skeleton, nicknamed Shen, was supposed to go on sale but instead will be on display at a museum (for now)
  • The Natural History Museum in London is getting a Patagotitan
  • Our last coverage of SVP 2022 including pachycephalosaurs, Big Al pathologies, bird hearts, and more

 

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Dinosaur of the day Panphagia, an early sauropodomorph that might show the start of the shift from carnivory to herbivory.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • The Colbert Prize posters from SVP 2022: Tyrannosaur tooth wear, a new ornithopod, a new alvarezsaurid, and more
  • More talks from SVP 2022: Polar dinosaur tracks, a potential new tyrannosaur, more Shri fossils, turtles with theropods, and more
  • Also, the 9 ton Utahraptor block might have another raptor species in it, fossilized dinosaur skin chemistry, and more from SVP

 

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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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For 75 years The Folio Society has been turning books into works of art. They currently have special editions of Jurassic Park, The Lost World, and most recently The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs. The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs includes 32 pages of fossil photos, an 8-page full-colour gatefold illustration, and a large two-sided fold-out colour map. Get the perfect gift for the Dino-lover in your life at foliosociety.com

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

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

 

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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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In this episode, you will learn how to deepen your healing by understanding how your parents may have created silent trauma that is still impacting you as an adult.

 

I want to introduce you to a woman who has had a really big impact on my own healing. 

 

She is the renowned psychologist and #1 New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Nicole LePera, who you may also know as The Holistic Psychologist.

 

Today, Dr. LePera will normalize the common experience of having few memories from childhood.

 

This is something that I struggled with silently. I personally have very few memories from my childhood, and I assumed there was something wrong with me.

 

It was only when I started sharing about this lack of memories online that I realized I wasn’t the only person who can’t reminisce about their past.

 

I now understand why this happens. I also know there is nothing wrong with me.

 

And if you have very few memories from your childhood, there’s nothing wrong with you either.

 

Today, we are digging into parenting styles and how your childhood experiences (whether you remember them or not) are still impacting the way you respond to stress as an adult.

 

The research and tools in this conversation will help you understand not only why it’s so easy to get triggered, but also how to deepen your healing journey now that you do.

 

This is one of those episodes that I also know you will be sending to family, friends, and siblings because there is so much empowering information here.

 

I personally made all three of our kids listen because I both recognize as a daughter how my childhood impacted me – and as a mom, I’m also very aware that my parenting style has impacted my kids.

 

And, Dr. LePera so beautifully teaches us how to take control of the rest of our lives as adults.

 

Xo Mel 

 

PS: After you listen to this one, listen to “Take Control of Your Life: A Toolkit for Healing” if you haven’t yet, because I’m sharing details from the last few years of my healing journey.

 

Plus, there’s a companion workbook to help you go deeper.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

  • 3:00: So many of you wrote in about this particular detail of trauma.
  • 8:00: Childhood amnesia – What the heck is that?
  • 9:30: Here are 3 reasons why you don’t have many childhood memories.
  • 11:30: What do psychologists mean by “dysregulated nervous system?”
  • 15:00: Introducing my friend and world-renowned psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera.
  • 17:45: What’s an emotionally immature parent and how do you know if you had one?
  • 24:30: Two big reasons why your brain shuts down in childhood.
  • 28:00: Do you need to remember your past trauma to recognize it in yourself?
  • 35:00: What does it look like in real life when you start to heal your nervous system?
  • 37:30: Is trauma only for those who’ve lived through a big, horrific event?
  • 44:00: Here is why the silent treatment can be harmful. 
  • 48:00: Here’s your first tactical step toward healing your body and mind.
  • 53:15: Feeling cynical about your own healing process? You need to hear this.

 

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In this episode, I’m making the topic of trauma easier to understand by taking you step by step through my recent revelation that I was struggling with past trauma.

 

I was one of those people who thought I didn’t have trauma. And you may be like that too.

 

But if you have trouble managing emotions, expressing your feelings, dealing with upset, you go on edge easily, you have trouble focusing, or you struggle with anything like anxiety….

 

This will be very eye opening.

 

The words “trauma” and “nervous system” are thrown around like candy online.

 

I want to share the profound things that I’ve learned about both topics and how I’ve started to address and heal the trauma in my nervous system.

 

This episode is personal, it’s important, and tactical, and most of all – it’s packed with tools you can start using right now.

 

I hope this episode opens your eyes in the way that it did mine, and makes you not only understand this topic – but yourself a little bit better.

 

And, to go deeper, I have a free 9-page workbook for you that serves as a companion to this episode to help you with your own healing.

 

Just click here to access it. 

 

And, this episode covers sensitive material, including discussion of trauma and sexual assault. If this topic isn’t for you right now – please skip this episode.

 

Xo Mel 

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

  • 0:58: This episode is one of the most important I’ve ever created because of the powerful impact these learnings have had on my life. It will be the same for you.
  • 7:40: What is trauma anyway?
  • 8:40: Do you recognize yourself in these signs of past trauma?
  • 10:00: Getting honest: my personal story.
  • 21:15: What happens to me when I hear the sound of crunchy snow (and how this applies to you).
  • 24:00: Do you have to remember trauma to heal from it?
  • 30:30: If I have little-T trauma, does that mean my parents are to blame?
  • 34:40: This is what your nervous system is (and it’s not what I used to think).
  • 43:15: Here’s why your triggers were helpful then and why they’re not now.
  • 50:00: How can you get yourself out of survival mode and start to focus again?
  • 54:00: The difference between your two nervous systems.
  • 56:30: Six takeaways to help you switch from fight or flight to rest and recovery

 

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If you uncover or have a history of trauma, consider enlisting the support of a trained therapist. This podcast episode and the companion workbook are not meant to be a substitute for therapeutic support.


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In this episode, you’ll learn how to use simple neuroscience to train your mind to start working for you.

 

The research, tools, and strategies you’ll learn in this episode are from an experience I created and taught to more than 250,000 students called “Mindset Reset.”

 

The fact is, your mindset is critical to your happiness, success, relationships, and fulfillment.

 

Listen to today’s episode and you’ll learn how to train your mind using this easy, science-backed method.

 

By the end of this episode, you’ll know how to use an amazing filter in your brain to reset your mindset.

 

This episode is also packed with takeaways and insights you can apply to your life and one surprisingly fun “brain game” you can play every day (even with your kids) to actively program a more powerful mindset.

 

I can’t wait to share this with you and for you to apply it to your life and share it with the people who matter to you most.

 

Xo Mel

 

For full show notes, including all research mentioned in the episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast.

 

This episode, you’ll learn:

  • 4:15: What does “mindset” even mean?
  • 9:00: The truth about why mindset matters.
  • 10:00: Is this just toxic positivity?
  • 16:30: Your brain has a filter. And if you’re not programming it, it’s probably working against you.
  • 26:00: How to beat self-doubt.
  • 31:00: Why you’re not meeting that special someone.
  • 37:00: The fun and simple brain game I play with my daughters.
  • 47:45: What to do when your thoughts and mindset spiral into the negative.
  • 55:00: I want this for you.

 

 

 

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In this episode, you’re about to learn how to make your new habits stick.

 

If you’ve struggled to be consistent with behavior change, you’re not alone. It’s easy to talk about habits. It’s a whole different thing to apply the science to your life.

 

You are not the problem.

 

The problem, when it comes to habits, is the lack of systems and hacks that help you stay consistent.

 

There are 5 very specific, simple systems backed by science that you have to have in place if you want to make your new habits stick for good.

 

It doesn’t matter if you’ve already bailed on your New Year’s resolutions or if the only habit you think you’re successful at is failing at habits. I’ve got you.

 

If your treadmill just became the most expensive laundry hanger you’ve ever purchased, then this episode is for you.

 

I’ll say it again: 

 

It’s not you; it’s your lack of systems.

 

Stop relying on willpower to get you through.

 

That’s not what you need. The research says you need systems.

 

Today, I’ll teach you 5 essential ones.

 

Let’s go, because your behavior toolkit masterclass series continues.

 

Xo Mel 

 

For full show notes, including all research mentioned in the episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast.

 

For a free workbook that dives deeper into the topic of habits and helps you apply what you learn, click here.

 

This episode works together with the episode “The Ultimate Toolkit for Creating New Habits.” After you finish this one, check out that episode here.

 

This episode, you’ll learn:

  • 1:36: Why it’s important to understand how to make habits stick
  • 4:50: The 75-day challenge I’ve taken on this year 
  • 9:30: The honest conversation you need to have with yourself before any change
  • 13:35: What to do if you don’t even know where to start with habits
  • 15:55: The five systems that will help you finally stick to your habits
  • 24:00: A simple hack from Harvard Business School to help you make better decisions
  • 28:25: The simple trick that helped people be twice as successful at quitting smoking
  • 32:40: The M&M experiment that proves decision fatigue is a real thing
  • 38:24: Why tracking your progress is non-negotiable 
  • 49:30: The plan that will save your promises to yourself
  • 51:35: The “keys to the kingdom” – establish this habit and others will follow more easily

 

 

 

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In this episode, you’re going to learn exactly what you need to form new habits.

 

Even if you think you already know everything there is to know about habits, you probably still struggle to apply this knowledge and make change stick.

 

And if this topic is brand new to you, don’t worry; I have a way of explaining it that’s fun, and so simple even a 5-month-old puppy can understand it.

 

Just because it’s science doesn’t mean it has to be complicated and boring.

 

When we make change fun and easy to understand, you’re more likely to be successful in applying all of this research.

 

That’s why this episode also comes with a free companion workbook, so that you not only listen and learn, but also go deeper and apply what you’re learning to your own life.

 

You can download that for free at melrobbins.com/habits.

 

I’ll teach you the three critical parts of forming new habits, and together we’ll unpack the brain research that explains why these parts are essential to your habit-making routine.

 

When you’re done listening, you’re going to see that you’re making the same mistake most people make: you’re only focused on one part of forming a habit, and you’re missing the other two.

 

I’m really excited for you to listen, learn, and apply all this knowledge.

 

New habits begin as something you practice, and after applying this over time, they become who you are.

 

Xo Mel 

 

Get your free companion download at melrobbins.com/habits.

 

For full show notes, including all research mentioned in the episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • 8:00: Why willpower doesn’t work
  • 11:15: Why we struggle with new habits
  • 12:30: What actually is a habit?
  • 15:15: The free gift I have for you
  • 15:50: Why are habits important?
  • 19:50: What the research says about successful people
  • 25:10: What’s getting in the way of your new habits
  • 25:50: Three critical parts to all new habits must have
  • 27:40: Two ways Chris and I set ourselves up to succeed with our habits
  • 32:45: Six types of behavior triggers 
  • 38:50 What to do if you want to stop that nightly glass of wine

 

 

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This is the pep talk you need.

 

Change is hard.

 

Which means you’re going to want to quit or give up.

 

I call those moments F*** It Moments.

 

Today’s episode is a little different because you’re going to hear me get in someone’s face who is about to throw in the towel on a big goal and a promise that she has made.

 

When you hear me coach her, it will be like I’m coaching you.

 

And once you’re done listening, I promise you won’t be saying F*** it, you’ll be saying F*** yes.

 

Xo Mel 

 

PS: If you’re frustrated with somebody in your life who keeps calling it quits, let me do the honors and deliver the ass-kicking for you.

 

For full show notes, including all research mentioned in the episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

  • 2:55: Why I started to cry when it came time to record this episode
  • 6:22: The one stupid thing that sent me spiraling into anxiety
  • 10:40: What Chris told me when I was ready to quit that made all the difference
  • 11:55: What I especially want you to know about you and these F-It moments
  • 12:50: Listen in as I coach a woman through her own F** It moment
  • 32:15: What triggers most addictive behaviors
  • 35:40: What’s REALLY a F*** It moment?
  • 37:55: Why F-It moments are actually good
  • 38:35: How to process your F*** It moment
  • 40:05: One thing I want you to hear loud and clear about screwing up

 

 

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This episode will help you set the right goals for you.

 

Goals matter. They make your life easier and they create a sense of purpose and meaning.

 

But most people don’t set goals the right way, which is why they fail before they even start.

 

That’s not going to be you.

 

This episode is a comprehensive toolkit that will help you set the goals that inspire you and make you feel excited about the year ahead. 

 

And, it’s part of our month-long series covering the foundational research and topics related to creating a better life.

 

Today, you’re not only going to learn the correct way to set goals according to research, you’re also going to identify 1-3 goals for yourself, and I’ll be doing the same thing right along with you. 

 

Have no idea what your goals are or where to even start?

 

Don’t worry; you will by the end of the episode.

 

You’ll apply the latest research every single step of the way. 

 

And that’s not all. 

 

You can access a free companion workbook at melrobbins.com/goals that will walk you through everything we’re talking about so you can go even deeper into this conversation.

 

Expect your goals to change as you listen to this episode, so don’t worry about doing any of this “right.” 

 

By the end of this episode you will have even taken the first steps toward your goal. 

 

How cool is that? I can’t wait. Let’s get started.

 

Xo Mel

 

For full show notes, including all research mentioned in the episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast.

 

For a free worksheet that dives deeper into the episode and helps you apply what you learn, click here.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • 1:15: How do I set goals the right way?
  • 2:56: Why setting goals is so important: the truth from research
  • 8:24: The exciting new research about goals from Dr. Birkman that you need to know
  • 10:56: My three goals for 2023
  • 13:05: I’m answering your top question about goals
  • 13:27: Four science-backed hacks to use when you’re not sure what your goals are
  • 16:20: Three qualities of the best goals
  • 21:48: Two components of a goal that you’ve got to have in order to achieve it
  • 27:07: What neuroscience says about why your brain needs these two components
  • 31:25: The five mistakes we all make when we set and try to achieve goals
  • 42:41: A powerful question about goals from Columbia University researchers that you should ask yourself
  • 44:57: Why setting a “high-low range goal” will make you more successful
  • 50:33: The most important thing you should do once you set a goal
  • 53:06: Here’s the crazy irony about achieving your goals

 

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I want this year to be the best year of your life. 

 

So we’re going to talk about the one habit that researchers say has the biggest, overall impact on the quality of your life. 

 

And that habit is learning to be kind and loving to yourself. 

 

We all know we need to learn how to love ourselves, but no one has taught you HOW. 

 

Until now.

 

In this episode, I am teaching you how to start loving yourself with a simple habit that you can add to your morning routine. 

 

I’ve got loads of research to prove why this habit matters and how it will change your life. 

 

And bring your Kleenex.

 

Today I’m not only answering questions from some listeners about self-love, I also invited my husband, Chris, to come on and explain why he thought this habit was so stupid when I first shared it with him. 

 

The conversation took a turn that I was not expecting.

 

It gets very personal and both Chris and I end up crying. He shares details about a period of his life where the shame and sense of failure were so palpable that he couldn’t even look himself in the mirror. I’m so proud of him, and moved by his vulnerability.

 

This is an episode every man, boy, or anyone who identifies as male needs to hear. It’s not just we women who struggle with self-love; the men in your life are struggling, too. That’s why we all need to be practicing this habit every single morning. 

 

You’re going to learn that love is not something you feel; it’s something you must demonstrate. And that’s what I’m going to teach you to do. 

 

You’ll want to listen until the very end, because you’ll meet a woman whose entire life trajectory changed by simply trying this habit once.

 

Want to learn more? All of the research - and there’s a lot of it - is linked in the show notes at melrobbins.com/podcast. And if you want to watch a longer, unabridged version of this episode, visit my YouTube channel.

 

Xo Mel

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

1:50  The habit that has changed the lives of thousands of people

3:50 HOW do I love myself?

4:28 Why it’s so hard to love yourself

5:11 The secret to self-love

6:04 What the science says about why you should do this after brushing your teeth

7:05 50% of people find it impossible to do this

9:30 Learn about neurobics and how it helps you learn a new habit faster.

12:22 The dopamine hit that boosts your mood

14:09 What you tell yourself every time you do this one habit

15:25 One study about how this habit creates winning teams

16:40 How this habit helped kids perform better and work longer

20:48 Why my husband, Chris, thought this habit was ridiculous at first

22:20 The profound insight Chris had when he took the 5-day challenge

25:19 Why you’re going to want to share this with the men in your life

25:55 When in his life Chris started to feel like a failure

34:00 What all men struggle with

36:39 What Chris has to say to all the men out there

40:20 Why I sign off every letter and every episode the way I do

45:00 The message from a listener that every skeptic needs to hear

 

For full show notes, go to melrobbins.com/podcast

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In this episode, I am sharing 8 brand new studies and exciting new research about simple changes supported by science that can help you improve your day to day life, like…

 

How to cut your gym time IN HALF and still get the same benefits. 

 

The surprising sound researchers say will boost your mood for EIGHT hours. 

 

The research on how mindfulness reduces your anxiety by 30% -  the same as Lexapro.

 

And so much more

 

I’m also joined by Tracey, who leads our research and has helped me produce five #1 Audible Originals and all the science behind it. 

 

She’s found the studies; we are breaking them down together, and having a ball as we do. 

 

This episode is going to make you smarter and is packed with the tactical, simple, and science-backed tools that I know you love learning on this podcast. 

 

Pull up a seat and let’s go.

 

Oh! And one more thing. As always, all of the research - and there’s a lot of it - is linked in the show notes at melrobbins.com/podcast. And if you want to watch a longer, unabridged version of this episode, visit my YouTube channel.

 

Xo Mel 

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

0:13: Why the research studies and science you will learn today matter

4:35: Why you can trust the tools you learn on this podcast

5:56: Research study #1: A simple action that goes a long way

12:32: Research study #2: The way to build strength in just 3 seconds a day

19:25: Research study #3: The one sound that boosts your mood for hours 

26:43: Research study #4: A powerful tool for anxiety

31:35: Research study #5: What a study with 20,000 high schoolers tells us about success

36:56: Research study #6: One thing you can do to create lifelong positive memories

44:43: Research study #7: How tiny guilty pleasures can strengthen your relationship with your partner

52:01: Research study #8: The habit with the largest impact on your quality of life

 

For full show notes, including a links to every single study and citation mentioned on today’s episode, go to melrobbins.com/podcast


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Have you ever had one of those years where life seems to punch you in the face?

 

Where one thing after another knocks you down, over and over, until you start to feel like you are never getting back up.

 

Well, that was this past year for me.

 

People I trusted betrayed me. Plus, I was living 150 miles away from my husband and son, alone in Boston during the week for work. I never saw my friends because I was too busy working. I wasn’t exercising. I wasn’t taking care of myself in general. Honestly, I felt really lonely all the time.

 

And looking back at pictures of myself from that time, it’s easy to see all of that in my face.

 

I think we all know that the greatest lessons in life come from the most challenging things that you face. And while it’s true, it’s not easy when you are in the middle of it.

 

This past year taught me 3 invaluable lessons, and today I’m sharing them with you. 

 

I know you’re going to nod along because you know these lessons are true.

 

I don’t know why they are so damn hard to learn, but my hope is that by sharing what I struggled through and what I learned from, it will save you the headache and heartache that this year put me through.

 

Xo Mel 

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

0:24: The gory details from the hardest year of my life

7:02: Lesson #1 from this year

8:30: The journal prompt that gave me a wake up call

11:43: How to identify the friction in your life and a major warning if you don’t pay attention

15:21: Lesson #2 from this year

16:55: How this podcast almost never came to be

22:36: The epiphany our son Oakley had

27:04: If you’re tired of your excuses… try THIS

28:49: Lesson #3 from this year

32:31: The mental health crisis I experienced this year and what it taught me

 

For full show notes, go to melrobbins.com/podcast

 

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How can companies feel more confident working remotely? And why are digital nomads the early adopters of the remote-first work life? We interviewed Mitko, who started his digital nomad journey in 2016 and is a operations and remote work expert. In this episode, he shares his thoughts on the first steps to becoming a remote-proof company. He is a big sci-fi fan and has an interesting take on why remote work isn’t just something sexy now but part of the economy. We talk about the impact of digital nomads and how they and freelancers are the early adopters in this transformation that is already happening.


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🔥 The first steps for companies to become remote-proof
🔥 Why you should consider hiring digital nomads
🔥 What is mass fractionalization of work and how it impacts digital nomads
🔥 Why you want to start your own project or side hustle now
🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!


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Why is it essential to build a personal brand in 2023? And is this really important for my online business? Digital nomad and personal branding expert Marina joined the podcast to share her thoughts on why building a personal brand is a great investment in yourself and your business. We also talk about how she built her online business as a creative and important lesson learned from her journey. If you are an (aspiring) digital nomad or currently hitting the road and building an online freelance business or side hustle, this is your episode!


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🔥 Why you want to create a strong personal brand in 2023
🔥 Business and mindset tips for building and pivoting your business
🔥Things you want to avoid as a solopreneur and focus on instead
🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!


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How can you bring remote work to life in your personal and work life? And what can companies do to attract more digital nomads and build healthier remote-first work environments? Digital nomad and remote work expert Iwo shares his thoughts about making remote work not just a sexy slogan but the new way of working in 2023 and beyond. He is the founder of Remote How, the leading marketplace for remote experts to help companies with remote & hybrid work challenges. In this episode, Iwo shares the skillsets and mindsets both companies and individuals need to master to become successful in the remote world. Get ready for an episode with good vibes and future thinking thoughts!

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🔥 The must-have skillsets in a remote-first work environment

🔥 What the most important mindsets are for digital nomads and organizations

🔥 Why organizations should not shy away from hiring digital nomads

🔥 The biggest challenge why organizations fail to go fully remote 

🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!


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Are you still a digital nomad if you keep a home base? And why do many digital nomads consider keeping a home base? We interviewed digital nomad entrepreneur Nicole to talk about how she designed her digital nomad lifestyle so she could work from anywhere while keeping a home base. We talk about the benefits of coming home to a place and how she feels at home when she does travel. Nicole is a copywriter passionate about words and languages and speaks 5 languages. She shares helpful tips on how to learn a new language, including more foreign languages like Arabic. Tune in for a fun episode and real-life tips with digital nomad entrepreneur Nicole.

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🔥Tips for picking a home base where you feel at home

🔥Benefits for digital nomads to keep a home base

🔥Tips on how to feel at home in your next destination

🔥Tips to learn a new language 

🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!

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How can digital nomads feel grounded while living and working from anywhere? And how can you become more open-minded and embrace cultural challenges? Multi-cultural digital nomad. Growing up, she was already exposed to cultures worlds apart, and her German, Balinese, and Arabic backgrounds gave her many life lessons early on. In this episode, she shares tips about embracing cultural challenges while living and working abroad and connecting with all kinds of people. She also shares helpful practices to make meaningful connections and feel more grounded for digital nomads.


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🔥Learnings from growing up as a 3rd culture kid 
🔥Common cultural digital nomad challenges 
🔥Practises on you can do to become more open-minded 
🔥Tips to feel more grounded in any location
🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!


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How do you find your dream remote job? And how can you build a network and personal brand on LinkedIn? We interviewed remote work advocate Kenneth to talk about his unique process of finding his dream job. After a rough breakup shortly after relocation to Spain, Kenneth felt unsure about his future. One of his ways to find clarity and more fulfillment in life is the Japanese practice, Ikigai. Kenneth shares his journey and unique and innovative approaches to becoming an expert in remote work and finding his dream job. LinkedIn has been an important platform in his redefined future. Kenneth shares how he built his personal brand and used the platform to find a remote job. Make sure to tune in AND for those who want to go to Malaga, we have a sweet digital nomad discount at the end of the episode!!


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🔥Unique ways how to find a remote job

🔥How to get more clarity on your life with Ikigai

🔥How to use LinkedIn to grow your network 

🔥Tips to build your personal brand on LinkedIn

🔥🔥🔥 And so much more must-know digital nomad lifestyle tips for (aspiring) digital nomads!

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How do you balance work and travel life as a digital nomad couple? And what can you do to keep your relationship exciting? We interviewed digital nomad couple Dom and Jo. They have been traveling for 7 years and also run an online business. Dom and Jo share tips on how to keep the spark up in the digital nomad lifestyle and how to stay focused on the business all at the same time. Spending 24/7 together and working on the same business is challenging, but the couple found ways to make it work, and we are excited to share these behind-the-scenes digital nomad couples tips with you!



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🔥How to turn your passion into an income stream
🔥Tips on to become a digital nomad and work from anywhere
🔥How to deal with daily digital nomad questions as a couple
🔥How to keep the spark up in your nomadic relationship
🔥How to maintain a healthy work/life/couple balance
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How do you know the best way to start your day? And can you stay focused and productive during the day and maintain healthy well-being? Digital nomad and efficiency consultant Eddie is passionate about routines and has designed his career around his passion.

Eddie often travels for work and creating habits to increase focus and productivity is essential to building a successful digital nomad life. It sounds easy but maintaining good routines is challenging.

In this episode, we get a sneak peek into Eddie’s digital nomad daily life and some of his favorite tech tools he uses to manage his work and travel life. Get ready for an episode full of digital nomad daily life tips.


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How do digital nomads deal with breakups after spending 24/7 together? And how do you shift from a steady remote job to a creative solopreneur? These questions have been keeping digital nomad Daisy busy for the past months. She joined the podcast in 2022 to share how she started her digital nomad lifestyle and a lot has changed since then. Daisy is now a female solo-traveling digital nomad entrepreneur facing many typical digital nomad challenges. In this episode, we dive deep into how she navigates her new lifestyle, and she shares some behind-the-scenes life advice about gaining confidence in herself and her entrepreneurship skills. Get ready for an inspiring and motivating episode with digital nomad Daisy!


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🔥How to become a traveling content creator

🔥How to find motivation and confidence for female entrepreneurs

🔥How to handle big transformations

🔥Tips on how to deal with a break up for digital nomads
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What if all work gear gets stolen while nomadding? This happened to digital nomad Matan during Nomad Fest in Bansko, and while his story is painful, it ended with an unexpected outcome. In this episode, we talk about the power of community and how he navigated through one of the biggest digital nomad nightmares. Matan shares how he regained the courage to continue his digital nomad journey. We also chat about balancing life with a remote job and traveling while monetizing his passion project about travel photography. 


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Scenes Of Beauty

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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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We haven’t had a super beauty focussed guest on for a little bit so I’m excited to share that this weeks guest is Sarah Palmyra.

Sarah is a content creator who share’s info and education on all things beauty. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who lives and breathes beauty quite like Sarah does, her energy lights up when she talks about brands and products and the way that beauty makes her feel.

From working the shop floor at Sephora to building a really successful career as a macro influencer in the beauty space, we go everywhere in this conversation touching on Sarah not having the best time at school and how that manifested into fears about becoming a content creator to coming 360, doing the self work and turning her ambitions into her reality. 

Of course I ask Sarah about the behind the scenes of her life, her favourite products and some tips that can help us all with our beauty regimes. 

What we cover 

Living and breathing beauty 

Building platforms and a career in beauty

Empowered by beauty

Accepting who you are & being genuine

Reality of being an influencer

Sarah's Socials:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahpalmyra/

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sarahpalmyra

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@sarahpalmyra

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Sophie Habboo, star of Made In Chelsea and now co-host of the Nearly Weds and Wednesdays We Drink Wine podcasts. 

With reality TV bigger than it ever has been and us being so exposed to peoples lives on social media I wanted the chance to speak with Sophie about her life behind the scenes, to find out a little bit more about who she is and what life is really like when you’re on a reality TV series that so many of us watch every single week. 

As well as chatting about being in the lime light we talk at length about the importance of self care and putting yourself and your body first. Sophie talks loads about routines and the rituals that she implements every day to make herself feel good. 

The reason I love Sophie and asked her top come on the podcast is because she seems to have a way of just being herself and not hiding behind a personsa which I find quite refreshing. 

Sophie is someone that shares quite a lot about beauty, products and skincare so we dived into Sophie’s relationship with her skin and how its adapted over time. Plus she gives us some tips on her favourite products and dealing with hyperpigmentation. 

What we cover 

Life before Made In Chelsea 

Real life of being on reality TV

Dealing with the media 

Living a healthy lifestyle 

Looking after your body 

Habits for healthy skin 

This episode of the Scenes Of Beauty podcast is sponsored by WeGLOW. WeGLOW is a fitness app designed for you to workout on your terms. Use code SCENES20 to get 20% off your subscription when you sign up before 28th February 2023 at WeGLOW.app.

Sophies Socials:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sophiehabboo/

Nearly Weds Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/nearlywedspodcast/

Wednesdays We Drink Wine: https://www.instagram.com/wednesdayswedrinkwine/

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Emma Guns is a podcaster, fellow beauty obsessor, journalist and writer. She has worked for some of the biggest publications in the UK and I wanted to dig a little deeper in to Emma’s journey. She is someone that is all about self improvement but in a realistic way, she’s not about showing the highlights of her journey but a real life reflection of the highs and lows, let’s face it, they’re both as important. 

In this episode, Emma tells her story of working with red label publications and her ambition of getting her dream job for OK Magazine and we also chat about how beauty has evolved in the media. 

I share a lot similar throughs with Emma, I absolutely love her approach and realism which is really evident when we chat about the current state of self love and the world of manifesting to achieve your goals.

There has been a lot of conversation on the podcast lately about weight and how we feel about our bodies, its becoming more and more apparent that so many of us feel quite similar when it comes to any conversation about our bodies…Emma and I also get quite deep about they way we feel about our bodies in this episode and have a really vulnerable and raw conversation about the relationships we both have with our bodies, our weight and binge eating. 

What we cover 

Ambition to getting your dream job 

Journalism & the media in beauty

Finding your own path 

Self help and how to self love

Work life balance 

A healthy relationship with body and weight

Beauty chat

This episode of the Scenes Of Beauty podcast is sponsored by WeGLOW. WeGLOW is a fitness app designed for you to workout on your terms. Use code SCENES20 to get 20% off your subscription when you sign up before 28th February 2023 at WeGLOW.app.

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emmaguns/

Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5r3hQAzbSmNxzeEdzUZbhV

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If you are struggling with your body, your relationship food or your weight please do reach out, my DM's are always open.

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Amelia Goldsmith also known as Milly G Fit on socials is a content creator in the fitness space that talks a lot about her journey of recovery from an eating disorder. 

Milly experienced disordered eating and suffered with anorexia for 8 years, she is now a happier and healthier version of herself and shares her story across her social platforms to inspire others going through the same thing that there is a way out of having a difficult relationship with your body and with food.

In this episode we dive into Milly’s journey of recovery and how she has got to a point of freedom with food but also how her eating disorder started through something she saw in the media which just goes to show how scary and powerful social media and the media can be.

So many of us have difficult relationships with food and our bodies so I thought that it was really important to have someone like Milly on who can talk about the pressures we feel when it comes to how we look and also someone who lives for accepting her body for what it is. She’s super relatable and someone that I really hope you will take a lot away from. 

I asked Milly a ton of questions about how she manages to be consistent with food and the gym, how she has managed to build a healthy relationship with her body and how she’s actually achieved overcoming an eating disorder in real terms.

What we cover 

Disordered eating

Body dysmorphia 

Recovering from an eating disorder 

Losing your period 

Milly’s relationship with food 

Overcoming an eating disorder 

New Years Resolutions

This episode of the Scenes Of Beauty podcast is sponsored by WeGLOW. WeGLOW is a fitness app designed for you to workout on your terms. Use code SCENES20 to get 20% off your subscription when you sign up before 28th February 2023 at WeGLOW.app.

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millyg_fit/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AmeliaGoldsmith

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@millyg_fit

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This weeks mini scene of beauty is inspiration from Jay Alderton on how to put ourselves first and why it's important.

In the main episode, Jay tells the story of how we completely burnt himself out, the breaking point and why and how he decided to start making himself his priority.

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Shannon Lawlor is a beauty journalist and editor that keeps it 100% real. I have been desperate to have Shannon on the since before I launched Scenes Of Beauty, she is extremely passionate about beauty and the industry, in this episode shares her story of being a beauty insider and the real life of a beauty journalist.

Journalists, beauty journalists especially, often get slammed for giving us loads of BS and telling us what we should and shouldn’t be be doing when it comes to beauty, skincare, makeup and our bodies. What I love about Shannon and something that is apparent from the second we hit record on this conversation is that she is completely herself, she is unfiltered, honest, funny and genuinely here to help and advise people when it comes to beauty, products and beauty regimes. 

She shares her thoughts on how the beauty industry has changed and evolved with the influencer landscape and shared her advice on who to trust in the industry including Caroline Hirons.

We touch on every topic of beauty from her unmaksed version of the behind the scenes of being a part of the beauty media and press to products and shutting down some of the trends we see on social media. Shannon has a really interesting lens on the magazine and journalist landscape, something that we chat at length into about throughout the episode. 

As well as beauty, we chat about her personal life and dived deeper into elements of her personality unveiling things like confidence and lack of self esteem which was really interesting to hear and talk about and something that I think a lot of you guys as listeners will relate too. 

What we cover 

Real life of a beauty editor

Behind the scenes of beauty journalism

The power of social media 

Behind the scenes of beauty press

Fashion vs beauty

Being a freelance journalist 

Where to get the right advice for beauty

Beauty standards

Self esteem

Shannon's socials:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonlawlor/

Here’s Shannon's version of beauty…

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Danielle Gilbert is a content creator in the beauty space that has built a substantial following of people who love her glam looks but above all, have an appreciation for Dani not being scared or ashamed to show who she is. Dani has Alopecia and as she should, fully embraces it and accepts it.

Dani was diagnosed with Alopecia when she was just 6 years old and in this episode, she shares her story of how she has never allowed it to define who she is or let it be something that holds her back. We dive deep into every areas of Dani's life and how Alopecia has played a role within that.

She is one of the most refreshing and positive people I’ve met in a really long time, she’s completely comfortable in her skin but more than that I believe that Dani has and continues to create a safe space online that welcomes people in and encourages them to feel empowered to be exactly who they are.

If you are struggling with alopecia or can't begin to accept it, this is a great place to start. Dani offers a positive perspective not only on alopecia but a wider lens of how to challenge beauty standards too.

What Dani is doing and I hope this episode does the same is super powerful in that it it gives perspective on how and why to be happy in ourselves. 

Please please take note of what Dani says and use it to feel empowered and inspired to accept yourself exactly as you are. 

What we cover 

Living with alopecia 

Dealing with social trolls

Accepting yourself exactly as you are

Feeling represented in beauty

Data and science behind alopecia 

Mental effects of Alopecia 

Wigs & accessibility 

Funding for Alopecia 

Dani’s passion for beauty

Skincare & acne 

Challenging beauty standards

Dani:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danigmakeup/

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@danigmakeup1

Alopecia UK: https://www.alopecia.org.uk

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Bishmaber Das is Britains first Asian plus size model who has been on a journey of self discovery for the past 20 years. 

She is a lawyer and a magistrate by day and alongside has dedicated time to building herself into someone who is content, comfortable and inspired by who she is. 

One of the most refreshing and empowering conversations I’ve had to date, Bishamber is a complete boss but in her own way which I absolutely loved. After growing up with extreme pressures and constantly telling herself that she’s not good enough she now lives life on her terms.

There is so much value in this conversation, we touched on every topic including learning how to value and accept your body, how to be determined and passionate, that we all face pressures in some way or another and the only way to grow is by sharing. I really hope you take as much away from this conversation as I did.

What we cover 

Fitting in

Navigating external pressures 

Being plus size and body confident

Taking back control

Growing up in & around domestic abuse

Relationships

Diversity & representation

Bishamber

Instagram: www.instagram.com/bishamberdas/

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Isabella, known as Spotty Little Thing on Instagram dedicates her social channels to sharing her journey with acne. She opens up and creates a safe space for likeminded people to feel welcome and to seek advice. This episode is really insightful as Issy opens up about having acne from aged 9! She tells the story of how she has learnt to accept her acne and allow it to be a part of who she is.

I loved this conversation because Isabella has such a pure approach and shares so many aspects of her life from being comfortable in her own body and embracing herself exactly as she it.

I have never suffered with acne but I know that so many of you do so I wanted to invite Isabella onto the podcast to share an honest version of living and growing up with acne. For anyone feeling at a loss with their acne, Isabella shares her advice and tips for dealing and living with it right at the end of this episode and tells her story of how she is no longer defined by it.

What we cover

Isabella’s journey with acne 

Building a positive social community

Living with acne

Accepting yourself as you are 

Coping with self comparison

Body acceptance

Dealing with social trolling

Tips for treating acne 

Skincare Links

askINKEY: bit.ly/3F1uj31

The INKEY List: the-inkey-list.sjv.io/JrGmBE

Pai Sinkcare: bit.ly/3H9761i

Isabella's Platform

Instagram: www.instagram.com/spottylittlething/

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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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TRU Talks About Theater

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About this podcast: TRU, or Theater Resources Unlimited, was formed to promote a spirit of cooperation and support within the general theatre community by providing information and a variety of entertainment-related services and resources that strengthen the capacity of producing organizations, individuals producers, self-producing artists and other theater professionals.

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In the room: Eric Neal, founder of Third Act, the first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace for the theater community. Through NFT creation and issuance using year's the Hedera Token Service, productions can offer theatre-goers the next generation of authentic digital merchandise. Learn what NFT is, how it can range from one-of-a-kind collectibles to limited editions; what NFTs can offer a show in terms of marketing and community engagement; and how technology tracks the provenance of each item to assure authenticity. Though it sounds like an abstract concept, it actually has very practical applications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: producer/videographer Jeremy Handelman of Off the Leash Productions; commercial producer Cody Lassen (How I Learned to Drive revival, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Tootsie, What the Constitution Means to Me,Indecent, Significant Other, Spring Awakening revival); and Gio Messale, head of content and producer specializing in Production, Acquisitions and Programming at BroadwayHD theatrical streaming platform. We'll look at using technology in creative ways to shake up "business as usual" in theater and better serve audiences; and consider current tastes and trends in the entertainment industry and how to tap into a post-shutdown consumer culture. Should we presume extensive Zoom fatigue by now, or has online medium reshaped the consumer experience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Kate Bussert/Bret Adams Ltd., Bonnie Davis/Bret Adams Ltd., Katie Gamelli/Paladin Artists and Lucy Powis/A3 Artists Agency. The effect of the shutdown on the role of literary agents: how contracts have changed, and the way of doing business in general has evolved. Will some of the changes remain even as live theater is reopening? Has the shutdown affected the development of new works, and has the role of an agent shifted in any way? Are opportunities for new works to flourish still limited, or simply different? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Marcia Pendelton, founder and president of Walk Tall Girl Productions, a boutique marketing, audience development and group sales agency for the performing arts with a special emphasis placed on the theater. Recent credits: MJ, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Lackawanna Blues and Skeleton Crew. In addition her company provided marketing services for Choir Boy, Saint Joan, August Wilson’s Jitney, and Sweat as well as significant group sales support for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations. The good news: the current season has shown a significant increase in works by black writers produced by more diverse teams. The bad news: this long-awaited uptick happened during the reluctant post-pandemic reopening of theater. Will this conscious effort to bring more diverse voices to the stage have a lasting effect? Has it changed the makeup of the commercial Broadway audience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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n the room: writer David Beardsley (Every Creeping Thing), writer John Busser (Obstacle), writer James McLindon (The First Anti-Vaxxers), writer Kristy Thomas (Only Black), writer Ian Patrick Williams (Slave Trade). A zoom reading can be as simple as talking heads in frames, but what do you do when you need to generate the sense of a real production with interaction and production values, and still adhere to the restrictions of shutdown? Though we're coming back to live performance, in order to use the Theatre Authority Benefit Agreement, TRUSpeak still needed to be shot virtually with actors in isolation. What happens to a play conceived for stage when it has to be rethought for virtual presentation? What did the writers learn, and what might they take with them into the future? What was it like having to think in film terms? What was lost, what was gained? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Erik Bottcher, councilperson for New York City's 3rd district (Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Greenwich Village, West SoHo, Hudson Square, Times Square, Garment District, Flatiron, Upper West Side); Aimee Todoroff, managing director League of Independent Theater. A followup to the conversation we had with Erik last fall. While government support for the arts is a given in many countries, why has America been slow to actively support our cultural voice? This touchstone of national identity is rarely even mentioned in political speeches about key issues that affect our country. Is it inevitable that other social issues be prioritized over the struggle of artists? In our educational system, why do sports outperform the arts in the arena of funding? Currently what is New York doing to support the return of theater and what are the most effective channels to go through to initiate necessary changes? And how are a politician’s well-meaning goals affected by the realities of the political world? We pose these questions to our honored guests as we hope to raise awareness of the needs of both the independent and commercial theater communities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Chris Grady, producer, director at CGO Institute, fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, staunch networker; James Steel, a Scottish born commercial producer (Ushers) and specialist in ticketing and sales in the West End; and Megan Schadler, a New York based writer and producer exploring trans-National productions and producing for companies in New York and the UK, co-founder of The Fifth Producer multi-national collective. A follow-up to last October's conversation with Chris and Megan, a reality check on the UK scene and explorations of needs/hopes for the future. We'll also hear about current initiatives to foster stronger ties among producers, with a focus on international collaborations that generate opportunities to find what connects us all as human beings. Plus a dive into the differences in producing here in US versus UK, and the variables in reopening theater. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/8 - Virtual Teamwork: "TRUSpeak" and the Director/Technologist Collaboration. In the room: director Andrea Andresakis (Slave Trade), director Glynn Borders (Obstacle), TRUSpeak technical director Iben Cenholt, editor Joe Nelms (Slave Trade), technologist Carley Santori (The First Anti-Vaxxers, Slave Trade). In transitioning from live performance to virtual for our TRUSpeak: Hear Our Voices! gala, TRU made a choice to bring on technical collaborators from day one when possible. We'll talk about the value of a director of photography and the absolute necessity for a creative editor, the advantages of bring them on early, what each does and how a director's vision is guided and often inspired by a tech-savvy collaborator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/1 - Success by Association: The Advantages of APAP for Getting Seen and Getting Booked. In the room: Sue Noseworthy, Director of Membership of Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), and Mister Mojo of Mojo and the Bayou Gypsies. First, a basic overview of APAP as an association, and how they serve members with a specific focus on the APAP/NYC conference’s showcases and EXPO hall, plus their new colleagues program and information about joining. Then Mister Mojo will speak about smart ways to use this annual conference for extending your artistic reach, his personal experience as an artist member of APAP, and advice for others who are looking to join APAP and get on the radar of bookers around the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 3/25 - Maximizing Your Visibility on Social Media. In the room: Benita Samuels, Linked In subject matter expert with The Visibility Solutions Group. Understanding of LinkedIn and social media platforms is the start, but the conversation will expand into broader marketing, strategy and business-driving initiatives for solopreneurs, including artists. Click here to watch the YouTube video - or click here to subscribe to our channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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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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Welcome to our 200th Episode. Wow! Thank you for listening and connecting with us through this podcast and at PollyCampbell.substack.com. I love doing the show--but I almost didn't do it at all, because I was afraid. The Fear of Saying Yes is a real thing for many of us and today we talk about overcoming this form of self-sabotage so that we can have more fun and lead more satisfying lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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We are all shaped by our perceptions and what we expect will happen, but some expectations can leave us stressed and stuck while others can contribute to our success and good feelings. Learn how to identify the expectations impacting your life and how to work with them. And sign up for the Simply Said column at www.pollycampbell.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Negative emotions aren't necessarily a bad thing, it all depends on how we use them. Emotions--positive and negative--provide valuable information that will help us grow, stay safe, and thrive. But if we get locked in the bad feelings or are always denying them and playing up to the positives we are adding to our stress. Instead, learning to accept our feelings is key to mental health. Today we talk about toxic positivity, working with negative feelings, and a few of the things Polly does each night to regroup and lean into optimism. For bonus material on this and other topics, join Polly and the Simply Said community at www.pollycampbell.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Psychic, hypnotherapist, intuitive consultant, and author of Intuition @ Work and other books, Melanie Barnum, talks about how we can use our intuition at work and at home, and how to interpret our intuitive signs. Find Melanie at http://www.melaniebarnum.com/ Read more about intuition and other topics at https://pollycampbell.com substack.com and become part of our substack community. Writers,, please check out our new substack about writing and publishing at https://simplywrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This program with Sherry Richert Belul originally aired as episode 92. It's an important and delightful show, ideal for an upbeat listen right now. It's about meaningful ways to celebrate life, share love and appreciation and change the world in all the best ways. And find Sherry Richert Belul and her book, Say it Now: 33 Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life Mailing list + LOVE LIST toolkit: https://simplycelebrate.net/love/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/Say-Now-Ways-Important-People/dp/1642500356  https://bookshop.org/p/books/say-it-now-33-ways-to-say-i-love-you-to-the-most-important-people-in-your-life-build-relationships-sherry-richert-belul/8168166 And buy Polly Campbell's book, You, Recharged: How to Beat Fatigue (Mostly), Amp Up Your Energy (Usually), and Enjoy Life Again and take on 2023 feeling energize, empowered, and inspired. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Do you feel frantic and exhausted at the end of the day? Leah Remillet explains how we can do better work--even accomplish more, without sacrificing that matter to us. But, it starts by getting clear on what success means to you. We talk about it right here on Polly Campbell Simply Said. For more information on this and other ways to Live Well, Do Good, and Be Happy follow Polly at www.pollycampbell.substack.com or contact her at www.PollyCampbell.com Take Leah Remillet's free masterclass, get in touch, or follow her on social media. https://leahremillet.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Social gatherings can be depleting for introverts and exhausting even for the extroverts among us. Still, keeping these things in mind can make our time together satisfying, meaningful, and even fun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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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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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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Acclaimed executive coach and leadership development specialist Carolyn Coughlin calls on more than a decade of experience to help you become a better listener. She goes in-depth on why the language we use with each other and with ourselves is so important, the three different types of listening, the most common skill she teaches that makes an immediate impact, and how to help your kids become better listeners.
Coughlin is a co-founder at Cultivating Leadership, a leadership development consultancy firm that helps leaders and organizations grow and lead in the face of complexity, ambiguity, and change. She also spent nine years with leadership consulting firm Kenning Associates and more than five years with McKinsey & Company.

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Author and Buddhist practitioner Jack Kornfield sits down for a candid, in-depth interview to help you suppress self-doubt and find inner calm.  Calling on decades of experience as one of the key teachers to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West, Kornfield offers valuable insights into how to best deal with conflict and stress in your life and how to handle harmful outside influences in healthy, constructive ways.
 
Kornfield trained as a Buddhist monk in the monasteries of Thailand, India and Burma. He has taught meditation internationally since 1974, co-founding the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Mass., and the Spirit Rock Center in Woodacre, California. His books have been translated into 20 languages and sold over a million copies.

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The Knowledge Project closes 2022 with a look back at some of the best conversations of the year. Featuring interviews from 10 of the most downloaded and acclaimed episodes of 2022, this collection of conversations offers a variety of insights into evidence-based approaches to happiness, getting things done, small things you can do to make life great, eliminating drama, impulse control, making faster and better decisions, the core human nature that drives us all, sleeping better, slowing down your aging process, and what really matters. 

Guests on this episode include: Happiness expert Laurie Santos, former Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally, executive coach Marshall Goldsmith, leadership expert Diana Chapman, leading neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, entrepreneur and venture capitalist Kunal Shah, sleep scientist Matthew Walker, aging expert David Sinclair, and business leader Sarah Jones Simmer.

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Social psychologist Emily Balcetis has devoted her career to understanding how people’s perceptions of the world fuel their motivations and life goals. In this episode she goes in-depth on that wealth of research, what she’s learned from studying some of the world’s most successful people and how they set goals, and how you can get better results in life if you change the way you see the world and where you place your focus.
 
Balcetis is an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University (NYU), focused on how the motivations, emotions, needs, and goals people hold impact the basic ways people perceive, interpret, and ultimately react to information around them. She is also the author of the book Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World, which was released in 2020.
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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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Asked and Answered By Soul

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About this podcast: Jennifer Urezzio, founder of Soul Language is dedicated to providing her listeners with tangible tools to embody their Divinity and create a life based on Freedom. Asked and Answered by Soul focuses on topics that will guide you to listening and utilizing your essential nature. During each show, Jennifer asks an expert three key questions so you can understand that you are not alone on this journey and that your Soul is the key to forming a life full of abundance, purpose, and passion. The goal of each interview is for you to take away a practice that you can do right now to change your life and understand what assistance is out there in the Universe to support you.

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On Asked and Answered by Soul today, Jennifer Urezzio and Lindsay Hotmire, founder and chief storymaker at Storyhouse Fifteen, discuss how the stories we tell can reflect the legacies we build and transform the world one relationship at a time. We are people in search of meaning, designed to step into that meaning but not well-equipped to actually find it.  Join us today as Jennifer and Lindsay talk about how our world is really an inside-out design. Lindsay generously shares her three "P's" for looking at a worldview and the four components of her Authenticity Flywheel to jumpstart our inner work. When we don't do the work of finding our story, it creates disconnection between us and the community we are trying to reach. As we look inward first, then the outward transformation will follow. You can learn more about Lindsay at https://storyhousefifteen.com/. About Lindsay Lindsay Hotmire is founder and Chief Storymaker at Storyhouse Fifteen, a story agency that helps brands show up with all their smarts and all their hearts in order to show up with their story-given magic. Creator of The UNbrand METHOD®, Lindsay has empowered her clients to create $10,000 to $1 M campaigns, and her unique, story-finding method has been featured at the Content Marketing Institute, 17 Ways to Beat Back Writer’s Block and Win, Inbound, Content Marketing World, the Copywriter Club IRL, Found Conference, Shine Bootcamp, and with podcast audiences across the globe. Lindsay lives in the Midwest with her husband and is an almost empty-nester mom to 4 kids. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Patty Farmer, serial entrepreneur, international speaker and creator of Marketing, Media & Money podcast and magazine, have an informative and content-rich conversation about how to align your marketing with your Soul. When you really tap in and listen, you can create a marketing strategy that aligns with mind, body, soul, and receive from it. Listen now as Jennifer and Patty discuss ideas about your message and how to discern what marketing strategy resonates best for you. Often, you know the answer, but sometimes just need to be still to hear it and lean into your intuition as you make decisions. Patty explains that you may not know the why, or how you're going to do it, but if you trust yourself that is the first step - and probably the most important one. It only takes one voice to be a powerful tool for change . . . use your voice. You can learn more about Patty at https://pattyfarmer.com/. About Patty Patty Farmer is an award-winning Marketing & Media Strategist, International Speaker, Podcast Host, Magazine Publisher, and 7 Figure Event Producer. As a global influencer and thought leader, she works with women CEO’s, entrepreneurs and speakers who are experts in their field to help them fully identify their expertise, attract (and convert) their ideal buyers, gain massive visibility, package their knowledge, and position them in the marketplace to leverage the media and create marketing strategies that are profitable…not painful. Her mission is to help her clients make a big impact in the world, and bigger deposits in their bank account while designing a lifestyle they want to live. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Today on Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Dr. Eilis Philpott, master soul level healer, Reiki master, and founder of the Academy for Soul Healing, discuss becoming familiar and connecting with your inner family, and understanding how you choose to interact in the world is based on which of the parts of that inner family you respond from. Join us here as Jennifer and Eilis talk about who the three main members of your inner family are, and how you can shift your internal dialog to create from the positive parts of this family. Eilis shares that you can begin by learning to be in observance of your inner thoughts and how you respond to what is happening in your daily life. You can learn more about her at www.soulhealingjourney.com and www.academyforsoulhealing.com. About Eilis Eilis is the owner of Soul Healing Journey, LLC and the Academy for Soul Healing. She is a Master Healer and Teacher operating in the Quantum realm for the past 25+ years.  Eilis uses and teaches many modalities including Akashic Field Healing, 13th Octave LaHoChi, Way of the Warrior, Soul Language, Rebirthing and much more. She is a Reiki Master in Usui/Raku-kei, Angelic, Holy Fire, and Karuna Reiki and has received extensive training in many other healing modalities.  She helps people understand who they are at a soul level.  Using various modalities she supports them in clearing those patterns that are preventing them from expressing themselves at that core level.  With this healing, Eilis' clients can attain a level of deep peace that they have not experienced in this lifetime. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Amber Griffiths, brand strategist and maker of legends, share an exciting and inspirational discussion about claiming your voice, crafting your message, and creating your legend. Your legend, just like your brand, is a living entity - it breathes, grows, and transforms with you. Listen now as Jennifer and Amber talk about how everything you need and can possibly desire to create the impact you want is already within you - you have an open invitation to come and play. Everyone is called to be a legend . . . some will activate it, some will claim it, and some will actually move forward and own it - be that one.  You can learn more about her at https://www.yourbrandbydesign.com/. About Amber: Amber Griffiths is a Maker of Legends, and Brand Strategist of Your Brand by Design. She is a bestselling author, international speaker, and sought-after Strategist to A-List and soon-to-be A-List players. A bonafide RockStar, Amber works with individuals who are committed to creating deep, genuine connections with their Ideal Clients, and looking to deliver an unforgettable experience that matters. She is dedicated to showing coaches, authors, speakers, and small business owners how to leverage their Brand to move past unknown, through unique, to Legend. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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On today's Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Danielle Weil, expert copy coach and launch strategist, talk about how to own your voice and express it. The best philosophy for writing copy for your business is based on truth, not hype, and is driven by your vision of what you believe and the impact you want to make in the world. Join us here as Jennifer and Danielle share that you need to get quiet and listen in order to move what you want to say from your head to the written word and communicate it authentically. It's also important to have people you trust to support and remind you that your voice and what you have to say matters.You can learn more about her at https://www.dwcopy.com/. About Danielle Danielle is a copy & marketing strategist and epiphany creator helping expert business owners with the tools, resources, and confidence to OWN their voice and the words in their business, with personality-drenched copy that's authentic and elegant without being pushy. She has been writing copy since 2006 for industry leaders like Ryan Levesque, Todd Herman, Josh Turner, Selena Soo, and more to the tune of over $100M in sales. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Today on Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Swanette Kuntze, spiritual forensics expert and intuitive strategist, have a deep, informative conversation about helping you step into living your soul's mission and becoming unstoppable. Rather than letting life happen TO you, you can use all the alchemy of the Universe to transform both your own life and the lives of others. Listen as Jennifer and Swanette share that we are here for something more than just going through the motions of life. When we can connect with our soul and hear the passion that is whispering to us, we understand that we are here to expand into the fullest version of ourselves and experience a life of abundance and fulfillment. You can learn more about her at https://www.spiritual-changemaker.com/. About Swanette Swanette Kuntze is an elite expert in Spiritual Forensics, going deep into the "Soul-DNA" to make the invisible visible. As an Intuitive Strategist – having the sixth sense and an engineering mindset - she is deeply committed to guiding and inspiring HNWI to create a life beyond brilliance. Swanette removes the last obstacles from the present life, the ancestral line, and past lives (Akashic Records) so that her clients can become unstoppable in living their soul mission. Finally, they will have a clear future vision with a laser-focused legacy strategy that satisfies their epic mission based on their soul purpose. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Amanda Bedell, business consultant and chief growth strategist, talk about how to navigate your way through any chaos in your business and move into doing what you truly love. It's important to make time to take a deep breath, tap into your soul, go back to the beginning, and connect to the original essence of what you wanted to create.  Join us today as Jennifer and Amanda discuss ways to create the structure that will support you, and lift you out of the confusion so you can do more of what you love and less of what just keeps you busy. Amanda also explains that when you strip away the chaos and overwhelm to focus relentlessly on the 5 areas of business she shares, even small shifts can increase profits. Learn more about Amanda and get the free workbook. https://www.chaostocalm.xyz/ask-and-answered-by-soul About Amanda Amanda helps small business owners write themselves bigger paychecks and take vacations without cash flow anxiety and endless calls from staff. Using her proprietary software that examines up to 40 areas of business, her clients are given the insight to create powerful shifts in their companies. Having launched and scaled a food manufacturing business, she combines her marketing career with an intimate knowledge of growing businesses. Her entrepreneurial spirit offers a one-two punch of strategy and creativity resulting in new ways of seeing potential, and breakthrough solutions, across industries. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Today on Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Jaime White, leadership and personal growth coach, have a meaningful and deep discussion about the effect and impact our self-awareness and personal growth can have in our professional lives. If we're not connected and listening to who we are, and in alignment with who we're meant to be, it can influence our business. Listen as Jennifer and Jaime share that when we continue to tolerate the opinions of others, we are actually allowing them to impact our ability to move forward. We can't leave the life part out of business - it's okay to have emotions and to understand that just as there are skills that we need to learn to advance professionally, the same is true for our personal growth.  You can learn more about Jamie at www.believecrew.com. About Jamie Jaime is passionate about inspiring business owners to believe in themselves and their dreams so that they can maximize their impact, build teams they can trust and create a legacy that inspires others. Jaime White is an energetic, driven, no-nonsense, "zone-of-genius" strategist that helps visionaries work through the uncertainties at each level of growth in life & business.  After 20+ years of entrepreneurial experience as the implementer in multiple businesses from startups to 7-figures; she knows how important it is for the visionary to have clarity and believe it's safe to follow their big dreams. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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On this episode of Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Pamela Elaine Nichols, author, coach, and co-founder of Executive Beauty Coaching, discuss worthiness and how to discover, cultivate and achieve feeling enough in all aspects of your life. When you practice the discipline of self-generosity, you learn to recognize the treasures you possess that can become gifts to others. Join us today as Jennifer and Pamela Elaine share that we are all on an individualized journey, but there are some basic principles you can utilize to discover your innate value. As you invest in your self-development, gain clarity about what you want, and learn to celebrate yourself, you are on the path to achieving true worthiness. You can learn more about her at http://www.peaceofmindprofits.com/. About Pamela Elaine Pamela Elaine Nichols is a growth strategist and insightful problem-solver for businesses and individuals. As a coach, trainer, speaker, and possibility-thinker, the strategies and techniques she offers to her clients consistently deliver breakthroughs and self-discovery. Before starting her own business, Pamela Elaine made important contributions to health care during her extensive career at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Virtua Health of South Jersey, and United Concordia – one of the largest dental companies in the U.S. Pamela Elaine has a dynamic and engaging personality. As such, she has been a guest on numerous radio and news spots to promote health, happiness, and success for women. She appeared on The Dr. Oz Show to share her story about building her business as a healthy way to bounce back after divorce. She is an author. Her book, Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned From My Breakdown, Breakup and Breakthrough, reveals what holds women back from feeling good enough, and teaches lessons to live authentically. In addition to a passion for empowering women, Pamela Elaine is a singer/songwriter and produces inspirational videos. One of her songs was the theme for a radio program on 900AM WURD, Philadelphia. She co-produced an original 3-part series on divorce recovery that airs on public television. Pamela Elaine is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt in business process improvement, holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology from California State University at Northridge, and a Master of Health Sciences Degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. She founded and serves as Executive Director and Creative Producer of a non-profit, 501c3 entertainment company that inspires victims of abuse to find healing artistic performance. Pamela Elaine is a cool mom of four and resides outside of Philadelphia, PA. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Today on Asked and Answered by Soul, Jennifer Urezzio and Becky Clabaugh, certified coach, money mindset consultant, and entrepreneur, talk about creating a High Vibe Plan for your life and business. We often have subconscious stories that disconnect and trigger us, and creating a high vibe is all about flipping the switch from feeling anxious and worried to allowing curiosity and possibility. Listen in as Jennifer and Becky talk about how we can get stuck in finding things that aren't happy instead of noticing all the possibilities available to us. Plus, Becky shares the five types of money and explains a powerful way to release the feelings and beliefs that hold us back. When you are connecting authentically there's a movement in your business that is genuine and whole, and it's magnetizing.  About Becky Becky is a personal development veteran with over 30 years of experience working with individuals to transform and upgrade their lives. Her specialty is to help people clarify where they are stuck in life and then create a high vibe plan. The Asked and Answered by Soul podcast is dedicated to helping you understand that your Soul is the answer. If you are interested in learning more about your soul's answers, you can secure your free empathy tool here: https://bit.ly/3xVXXnn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Simply Write w/ Polly Campbell

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About this podcast: Have you always dreamed of writing? Of becoming a published author? Then you are in the right place, because in this podcast Simply Write, veteran magazine writer and author, Polly Campbell offers the kind of practical, behind-the-screens information and inspiration that will help you shape a writing career. Well go deep into writing technique, mindset, markets, pitches, and the other details youll need to publish your work and we will talk to bestselling authors about how they get their work done and published and how you can do it too. Join us every Monday when we talk about the craft of writing and the quirks of creating a writers life. And consider joining the Simply Write community by becoming a subscriber at simplywrite.substack.com where youll have access to exclusive material and bonus content.

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The Curse of The Lake House
The Curse of the Lake House is a one-act, anthology-style play by Michael Grover about family, relationships, and a lake house.
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Wendi Aarons, author of I'm Wearing Tunics Now, Ginger Mancino Kid Comedian is here to talk about crafting comedy and the serious side of writing humor. Wendi Aarons: https://www.wendiaarons.com/ Join our https://SimplyWrite.substack.com for writing tip sheets, essays, and info to help you publish your work and create a writer's career and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Openings, ledes, beginnings, whatever you call them they better be compelling and hook your reader. In today's episode, we talk about some ways to do it and Polly goes off on one her favorites for the In the Desk segments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Screenwriter, consultant, and novelist Wendall Thomas, author of Foged Off, and other Cyd Redondo novels, talks about optioning scripts, writing comic novels, and managing multiple projects. Find Wendall Thomas at https://www.wendallthomas.com/ Join the Simply Write community at https://simplywrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Create your own editorial calendar to track ideas, markets, deadlines, and publishing opportunities. The process also fires up creativity and helps you publish more. Listen to learn why. Plus they can be fun to make. https://SimplyWrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The end of the year is a good time to make sure you have a healthy business infrastructure, one that supports the writing work you want to do. In this episode we talk about some of the people and processes that can help you create a health shop, so you can publish more. Questions, comments, ideas? Become a part of our Simply Writer subscriber community https://SimplyWrite.substack.com Follow Polly on Instagram @PollyLCampbell Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Learn about what content marketing writing is and how you can cultivate clients and develop a lucrative career from Jennifer GoForth Gregory, author of The Freelance Content Marketing Writer. Join our substack and SimplyWrite.substack.com Find Jennifer at www.jennifergregorywriter.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The clearer you are about what your story is about, the clearer your writing will be and that's good for you and the readers. Assignment: Hone your focus. Want feedback? Join the Simply Write community as a paid subscriber and leave a comment with your thoughts and questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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She was flat on her back in the hospital room and started working on the idea that became her first published picture book Every Other Christmas. Author Katie Otey talks about her process, juggling projects, and why it's important to tell your story. Jjoin the Simply Write community for more from Katie Otey about why she created a publishing company and the first point of entry for picture books. https://simplywrite.substack.com/ Find Katie at www.katieoteywrites.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Writers have no shortage of ideas, but how do you decide which idea to develop into a publishable piece? It's not enough to follow your curiosity, you must also consider form, timeliness, focus, and other elements before you ever start writing. This episode covers the things to consider before you ever start writing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Agatha-award-winning author Lori Rader-Days shares her writing process, explains when she knew it was time to quit her office job (bad boss), and how she deals with self-doubt (craft books), and much more. If you love to talk writing and aspire to write a novel, this show with authors Polly Campbell and Lori-Rader day is for you. Check out Death at Greenway (loved it) and her other books here: www.Loriraderday.com Get bonus material, other writing info, and discounted access to upcoming writer's workshops by becoming a paid subscriber at www.simplywrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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SmartLess

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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.

New episodes on Mondays for free. Listen 1-week early and to all episodes ad-free with Wondery+ or Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.

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We needed a lead vocalist, so we got Bono. Come join us for breaking-news, the similarities between Ireland and Jamaica, the difference between EQ and IQ, and, um… World of Warcraft. Tune your dials, folks— it’s SmartLess.

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Let’s all go to the movies… with Steven Spielberg. We fall in love with Doctor Zhivago, indulge in some tainted lamb, and build a lucky sand castle. In the words of Steven Spielberg, “I have to tell the story; it’s in my marrow.”

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We spend a fortnight in the future with our dear friend, John Krasinski. Baby weight record-holder a.k.a. ‘Kras’ schools us on Call Of Duty, Sean auditions for an Esurance ad, and we all get burritos at Sharky’s. Come join us for a listen– we’re serving cardboard and almonds!

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We suspend reality with the one and only Alejandro Iñárritu, discussing bear attacks, finger dexterity exercises, and a little bit about filmmaking. In the words of Alejandro, “turn off your co-pilot of rational demandings and just let yourself go.

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We suspend reality with the one and only Alejandro Iñárritu, discussing bear attacks, finger dexterity exercises, and a little bit about filmmaking. In the words of Alejandro, “turn off your co-pilot of rational demandings and just let yourself go.”

Disclaimer: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Refund issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY), or visit www.1800gambler.net (WV).

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Where the oddest jobs from the past meet a comedian from the present… and it’s awkward! On this weekly show, Chris Parnell (SNL, Rick and Morty) welcomes guests who have held some of human history’s most unexpected and downright bizarre jobs: funeral clowns, garden hermits, VHS clerks, and everything in between. With the help of his tireless producer, Chris hears from the essential workers from decades and centuries past. Because before there were actual medical doctors, there were barber surgeons. And before there was Instacart, there were milkmen. Wondery’s This Job Is History is a funny, absurd, and informative look into how time can change the way we live and work.

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History major Edward Norton swims with the pod this week, uncovering rare treasures like a Portillo’s private plane, Asian long-horned beetles, a wonky browser, and a wet Marlon Brando. But at the end of the day, “it was the kind of thing I would have really done just for the poster."

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It’s raining Skittles this week, as the ultra-cool James Cameron shows us how to swim. We dive into the abyss of invented reality… a world of deep sea chicken, where Roombas order Chinese food, and you never need to bail out your dog. Come with us if you want to live - it’s SmartLess, baby.

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We find our Quiet Place with the wonderfully charming Emily Blunt. Will auditions for Friends, Emily pronounces “Arnold Palmer” with precision, and Sean makes a classic cheesecake. Grab a fresh bowl of drunken noodles... it’s an all-new SmartLess.

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The illustrious Sigourney Weaver trains us to breathe underwater, look into camera, and make chocolates for agents. “Get off my mountain!” It’s another rib-tickling episode of SmartLess.

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Wow in the World

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The #1 podcast for kids and their grown-ups. Hosts Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz share stories about the latest news in science, technology, and innovation. Stories that give kids hope, agency and make us all say WOW!

New episodes come out every Monday for free. Listen 1-week early and to all episodes ad-free with Wondery+, Wondery+ Kids on Apple Podcasts, or Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.

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Pack your snorkel because Mindy is surprising Guy Raz with a giant aquarium—and the best part?! It's made out of his Microhouse! When two of the Wow Crew show up in octopus costumes, discover why octopus tend to keep to themselves... and what they do when another octopus gets too close. It's the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How and WOW of solitary cephalopods!

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What's a floor sweater?! And what does that have to do with a planet called George?! We've got the questions AND the answers for you in today's round of Two Whats and A Wow! It's up to you to guess the WOWs from the WHATs about NAMES!

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Grab some popcorn! It's time to watch the hottest new reality show about cold blooded creatures—Lizard Island! Join Mindy, Guy Raz, Dennis, and the WOW Crew for a watch party, and meet two monogamous lizards who have been together for over 27 years! It's truly a tail as old as time. It's the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and WOW of lizard love!

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Why is Gramma G-Force freaking out in the elevator?! And what does it have to do with the scientific method?! We've got the questions AND the answers for you in today's round of Two Whats?! And A Wow! It's up to you to guess the WOWs from the WHATs about EXPERIMENTS!

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Mindy is herding cats—or sleigh cats that is! But why aren't the sleigh cats listening to Mindy and Guy Raz? Well... Science suggests a different tone may help your cat understand you better! It's the Who, What, When, Where, How and WOW of talking to cats!

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Why is Reggie stuck in the broom closet?! And what does this have to do fakes?! We've got the questions AND the answers for you in this real round of Two What's And A Wow! It's up to you to guess the WOWs from the WHATS!

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Mindy and Guy Raz are heading to Creepy Crawling Fest, but why are they bringing their food truck? To eat spider webs for science, of course!! Join them as they meet the incredible Alligator Lizard that is able to eat one of the most venomous spiders on Earth—without getting sick! It's the who, what, when, where, HOW and WOW of the Alligator Lizard!

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It's Day 5 of Great Indoors Week! While you stay warm inside, we'll play some fan favorite episodes, like Dance Dance Defence-olution! Plus, Mindy and Guy Raz challenge you to try out an experiment to learn how fish breathe! For instructions, visit tinkercast.com/wewow.

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Join Carly Q (host Carly Ciarrocchi) on adventures through space and time as she uncovers history's greatest mysteries. Listen to the first episode of Who, When, Wow Mystery Edition now wherever you get your podcasts, and tune in for the new season with episodes every Wednesday starting February 8th, 2023.

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Welcome back to WeWow! This week, we're celebrating the great indoors! While you stay warm inside, we'll play some of our fan-favorite episodes of Wow in the World, like Dennis and Reggie's Wild Ride. Plus, learn about sound with our Cup Phone experiment! For instructions on today's activity, head to tinkercast.com/wewow. We'll be back tomorrow with more activities and WOW!

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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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Breaking news and thoughtful analysis from across the dynamic global content industry, Velocity of Content provides access to thought leaders and industry experts who share new ideas, observations, and knowledge and stay on top of emerging industry trends and challenges. From Copyright Clearance Center.
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In today’s episode, we cover chasing your dreams with Ben Nemtin. Ben is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, co-founder of The Buried Life movement, and inspirational keynote speaker who has delivered over 500 keynotes to brands and Fortune 500 companies. Introduction It’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind and forget about all the things we want to accomplish in life, so what can you do to create a bucket list that excites you, surround yourself with people who encourage you to chase your dreams, and share the bucket list in such a way that fires you up and motivates you? What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 How did The Buried Life tv show get started? Discomfort Means Growth – 13:36 What are the 3 kinds of people around you who will encourage or discourage you from chasing your dreams? How do you find people who will support you in accomplishing your goals and dreams? Creating the Best Bucket List – 25:46  What’s the best way to create a bucket list to accomplish all the things you want to in life? What should you avoid when planning your bucket list to make sure you actually get your bucket list done? The Power of Sharing Your Bucket List – 40:14  Why does sharing your bucket list and talking about what’s on your bucket list make it easier for you tackle it? A Word From Our Sponsors Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle? You are one relationship away from changing your entire life. Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career. But there’s something you can do about it. After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are from referrals in our personal networks. We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023. To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode The Bucket List Journal Ben Nemtin’s website Ben Nemtin on Instagram The Buried Life Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In today’s episode, we cover quitting with Annie Duke. Annie is a national best-selling author, former professional poker player, corporate speaker, and consultant in the decision-making space, as well as Special Partner focused on Decision Science at First Round Capital Partners, a seed stage venture fund. Annie’s latest book is Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away.  Quitting has acquired a bad reputation in a culture of grit and hustle, but even the most successful people quit things they’re working on frequently, so what is stopping you from quitting a failing project or relationship, and what questions can you ask yourself and others to determine when the right time to quit is? What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 Why is knowing to quit just as important as grit and determination? How do you know when to quit? – 14:58 Why do many of us quit things too late and waste valuable time that we could be spending on the next success? What are some great examples of people making the right decision to quit? Opportunity Cost Neglect – 33:26 What is the blindspot that keeps us from quitting at the right time? What happened to the game Glitch before Slack was created? How do you break the Sunk Cost Neglect cycle so you stop wasting your time? Other Biases and Blindspots – 44:30 What is Escalation of Commitment? What is the Status Quo Bias? What is the Omission Comission Bias? The Questions to Determine When You Need to Quit – 1:01:20 After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are from referrals in our personal networks. We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023. To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode Annie Duke | The Secret Ingredient to Making the RIGHT Decision When It Really Matters Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away by Annie Duke Annie Duke’s website Alliance for Decision Education After School All Stars Renew Democracy Initiative Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In today’s episode, we cover quitting with Annie Duke. Annie is a national best-selling author, former professional poker player, corporate speaker, and consultant in the decision-making space, as well as Special Partner focused on Decision Science at First Round Capital Partners, a seed stage venture fund. Annie’s latest book is Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away

Quitting has acquired a bad reputation in a culture of grit and hustle, but even the most successful people quit things they’re working on frequently, so what is stopping you from quitting a failing project or relationship, and what questions can you ask yourself and others to determine when the right time to quit is?

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • Why is knowing to quit just as important as grit and determination?
  • How do you know when to quit? – 14:58
  • Why do many of us quit things too late and waste valuable time that we could be spending on the next success?
  • What are some great examples of people making the right decision to quit?
  • Opportunity Cost Neglect – 33:26 
  • What is the blindspot that keeps us from quitting at the right time?
  • What happened to the game Glitch before Slack was created?
  • How do you break the Sunk Cost Neglect cycle so you stop wasting your time?
  • Other Biases and Blindspots – 44:30 
  • What is Escalation of Commitment?
  • What is the Status Quo Bias?
  • What is the Omission Comission Bias?
  • The Questions to Determine When You Need to Quit – 1:01:20 

Knowing when to quit is a vital key for success. It’s just as important as grit and determination because you need to be able to balance them in order to take the most successful route. Too often we find ourselves stuck in a vicious cycle called Sunk Cost Neglect, unable or unwilling to recognize that we’ve invested more time than we will ever get back. The ability to assess your situation and make accurate decisions is something great leaders have mastered, but with the right tools, anyone can start taking control of their future today. So don’t be afraid to do a bit of soul-searching here and there – quitting at the right time could very well be what sets you up for greater success in your future endeavors.

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Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle?

You are one relationship away from changing your entire life.

Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career.

But there’s something you can do about it.

After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are from referrals in our personal networks.

We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023.

To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc

Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way.

Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!

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In today’s episode, we cover happiness with Dr. Robert Waldinger. Bob is the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, a 75-year-long Harvard study of adult life, and the co-author of The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Scientific Study of Happiness. Our social fitness was shaken over the last few years thanks to the lockdown, so what can we use from the longest study on happiness to improve our social fitness and rebuild lost relationships? What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 How did the “Harvard Happiness Study” come about? What is the Harvard Study of Adult Development and how did it start? Social Fitness – 13:01 What is social fitness and how did the pandemic affect your social fitness? The Biggest Motivation for Self Development – 24:18 What gives you the greatest motivation to improve your life? What is the secret to happiness and how do you implement it at any age? How do you make new friends? – 37:11 What should you say when you want to reconnect with someone? How to stop feeling lonely? How do you start a conversation with a coworker? What are unhappy marriages missing? – 46:00 How do happy couples stay happy forever and how can you implement in your relationship? The Harvard Study of Adult Development turned out to be the longest running study about what makes people happy. Considering the increase in mental health issues and loneliness that we experienced over the last few years, the wisdom learned from the study has the potential to help us recover our pre-pandemic social fitness and get back enjoying life again. A Word From Our Sponsors Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle? You are one relationship away from changing your entire life. Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career. But there’s something you can do about it. After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are from referrals in our personal networks. We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023. To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode Harvard Study of Adult Development website The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Longest Scientific Study on Happiness Dr. Robert Waldinger’s website Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In today’s episode, we cover happiness with Dr. Robert Waldinger. Bob is the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, a 75-year-long Harvard study of adult life, and the co-author of The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Scientific Study of Happiness.

Our social fitness was shaken over the last few years thanks to the lockdown, so what can we use from the longest study on happiness to improve our social fitness and rebuild lost relationships?

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • How did the “Harvard Happiness Study” come about?
  • What is the Harvard Study of Adult Development and how did it start?
  • Social Fitness – 13:01
  • What is social fitness and how did the pandemic affect your social fitness?
  • The Biggest Motivation for Self Development – 24:18 
  • What gives you the greatest motivation to improve your life?
  • What is the secret to happiness and how do you implement it at any age?
  • How do you make new friends? – 37:11 
  • What should you say when you want to reconnect with someone?
  • How to stop feeling lonely?
  • How do you start a conversation with a coworker?
  • What are unhappy marriages missing? – 46:00 
  • How do happy couples stay happy forever and how can you implement in your relationship?

The Harvard Study of Adult Development turned out to be the longest running study about what makes people happy. Considering the increase in mental health issues and loneliness that we experienced over the last few years, the wisdom learned from the study has the potential to help us recover our pre-pandemic social fitness and get back enjoying life again.

A Word From Our Sponsors

Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle?

You are one relationship away from changing your entire life.

Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career.

But there’s something you can do about it.

After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are from referrals in our personal networks.

We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023.

To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc

Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way.

Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!

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In today’s episode, we cover money and love with Abby Davisson. Abby is a social innovation leader and career development expert, was the president of the Gap Foundation at Gap Inc and a senior leader on the Environmental, Social & Governance team, and is the co-author of Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life's Biggest Decisions.  Making big decisions in relationships can be intimidating, so what frameworks and strategies can you use to simplify the decision making process and how should you handle conversations around money and having kids with your partner? What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 What proven framework should you use to approach major decisions about money and love in relationships? Thinking about Consequences of Making Big Decisions – 19:06 How should you think about the consequences of decision making? How do you know if you want to spend the rest of your life with someone? Relationship Compatibility – 29:26 How can you find out if you are compatible with your partner in the long term? How do you approach the conversation of having kids with someone you just married? Divorce and Money – 48:30 How should you approach the conversation around money when you’re thinking about getting married? Making major decisions about relationships can be daunting, but if you break it down with a framework and consider all of the potential consequences with regular communication, it becomes much easier. Money is a major factor to consider when getting married because it can cause a lot of arguments and stress in a relationship, to the point that it is one of the most common reasons people state when getting divorced. If you approach these conversations openly and honestly with your partner, you will be able to make the best decision for both of you. Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle? You are one relationship away from changing your entire life. Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career. But there’s something you can do about it. After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are referrals in our personal networks. We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023. To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode Abby Davisson’s website Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life’s Biggest Decisions Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In today’s episode, we cover money and love with Abby Davisson. Abby is a social innovation leader and career development expert, was the president of the Gap Foundation at Gap Inc and a senior leader on the Environmental, Social & Governance team, and is the co-author of Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life's Biggest Decisions

Making big decisions in relationships can be intimidating, so what frameworks and strategies can you use to simplify the decision making process and how should you handle conversations around money and having kids with your partner?

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What proven framework should you use to approach major decisions about money and love in relationships?
  • Thinking about Consequences of Making Big Decisions – 19:06
  • How should you think about the consequences of decision making?
  • How do you know if you want to spend the rest of your life with someone?
  • Relationship Compatibility – 29:26
  • How can you find out if you are compatible with your partner in the long term?
  • How do you approach the conversation of having kids with someone you just married?
  • Divorce and Money – 48:30
  • How should you approach the conversation around money when you’re thinking about getting married?

Making major decisions about relationships can be daunting, but if you break it down with a framework and consider all of the potential consequences with regular communication, it becomes much easier. Money is a major factor to consider when getting married because it can cause a lot of arguments and stress in a relationship, to the point that it is one of the most common reasons people state when getting divorced. If you approach these conversations openly and honestly with your partner, you will be able to make the best decision for both of you.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level in 2023? Looking to grow your high-value social circle?

You are one relationship away from changing your entire life.

Listen: your social circle, professional network, and lack of confidence are thwarting your attempts at accelerating your career.

But there’s something you can do about it.

After coaching over 10,000 clients including military special operators and Fortune 500 executives we’ve learned a thing or two about what it actually takes to grow your network. In fact, over 90% of the amazing guests on this show are referrals in our personal networks.

We’ve packaged our best insights inside a course called, Social Capital. And, as a thank you for being a podcast listener, we want to give you this training for FREE to start 2023.

To get your hands on this training and immediately start improving your relationships, go to theartofcharm.com/sc

Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way.

Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!

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In today’s episode, we cover the Art of Charm’s best episodes from 2022 with AJ and Johnny.  Turbocharge your social skills going into 2023 with highlights from the best of the Art of Charm podcast in 2022! What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 Avoid these Low Value Behaviors – 2:41 What 3 behaviors do you need to avoid if you want to attract high value friendships and relationships? Eye Contact for Different Situations – 16:34 How do you decide what kind of eye contact you should give in personal, professional, and romantic situations? Overcome Perfectionism – 19:22 What steps can you take to overcome perfectionism? What are the warning signs that perfectionism is controlling your life? Setting and Enforcing Boundaries – 28:22 How do you enforce boundaries you set with other people who keep violating your boundaries? Overcome Nice Guy Syndrome – 38:02 What are covert contracts and why do “nice guys” make them with people they meet? What is the biggest flaw of nice guys and how do you stop being a “nice guy” if you are one? The Infamous Awkward Pause – 45:17 How do you make awkward pauses into powerful pauses that command attention? What mistakes do most people make that kill their charisma? 2022 was a great year here at the Art of Charm. We hope you had a great year as well and wish you nothing but the best in 2023! See you next year! A Word From Our Sponsors Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode Avoid These 3 Low Value Behaviors (Toolbox) How To Read Body Language | Abbie Maroño Perfectionism: The Enemy Of Progress | Jennifer Kemp Build and Maintain Boundaries | Nedra Tawwab Overcoming Nice Guy Syndrome | Dr. Robert Glover How to Influence and Persuade People | Zoe Chance Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In today’s episode, we cover the Art of Charm’s best episodes from 2022 with AJ and Johnny. 

Turbocharge your social skills going into 2023 with highlights from the best of the Art of Charm podcast in 2022!

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • Avoid these Low Value Behaviors – 2:41
  • What 3 behaviors do you need to avoid if you want to attract high value friendships and relationships?
  • Eye Contact for Different Situations – 16:34 
  • How do you decide what kind of eye contact you should give in personal, professional, and romantic situations?
  • Overcome Perfectionism – 19:22 
  • What steps can you take to overcome perfectionism?
  • What are the warning signs that perfectionism is controlling your life?
  • Setting and Enforcing Boundaries – 28:22 
  • How do you enforce boundaries you set with other people who keep violating your boundaries?
  • Overcome Nice Guy Syndrome – 38:02 
  • What are covert contracts and why do “nice guys” make them with people they meet?
  • What is the biggest flaw of nice guys and how do you stop being a “nice guy” if you are one?
  • The Infamous Awkward Pause – 45:17 
  • How do you make awkward pauses into powerful pauses that command attention?
  • What mistakes do most people make that kill their charisma?

2022 was a great year here at the Art of Charm. We hope you had a great year as well and wish you nothing but the best in 2023! See you next year!

A Word From Our Sponsors

Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way.

Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!

Resources from this Episode

Avoid These 3 Low Value Behaviors (Toolbox)

How To Read Body Language | Abbie Maroño

Perfectionism: The Enemy Of Progress | Jennifer Kemp

Build and Maintain Boundaries | Nedra Tawwab

Overcoming Nice Guy Syndrome | Dr. Robert Glover

How to Influence and Persuade People | Zoe Chance

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In today’s episode, we cover social media with Dr. Nicholas Kardaras. Dr. Kardaras is an Ivy League educated psychologist, best-selling author, internationally renowned speaker and an expert on mental health, addiction, and the impacts of our digital age. Social media has gripped us by the neck with socially inept nerds calling the shots, so what exactly is going on, how is social media amplifying mental health issues, and what steps can we take to break social media addiction? What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 What is a social media algorithm and why can they be dangerous to society? What is the Online Safety Act and how does it serve to protect us from algorithms on social media? The social world is engineered by the socially inept – 16:42 Why is there so much friction between what is going on in the real world and the virtual world? How does social media amplify mental health issues and pressure young people to imitate the mentally unwell? Who should we trust – 28:46 How do we know who to trust online and why is it risky to allow anyone to determine what is true and false? Are younger generations more fragile than older generations? Social media and depression – 41:46 How does social media use lead to depression? Does an easier or harder life lead to a more fulfilling and happy life? What practical steps can you take to deal with social media addiction? Social media algorithms are created with the intention of getting users to spend more time on a platform, but they can have harmful consequences. By curating content and limiting the exposure to certain views, social media platforms can create an echo chamber that amplifies mental health issues and leads young people to believe that imitating the mentally unwell is normal behavior. Social media use can lead to depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems.  A Word From Our Sponsors Do you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way. Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere! Resources from this Episode Dr. Nicholas Kardaras’s website Digital Madness: How Social Media Is Driving Our Mental Health Crisis--and How to Restore Our Sanity by Dr. Nicholas Kardaras Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube The Art of Charm on TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Episode 121 with Abbie Cardwell.

“I was always told that I was a bit too much. It’s like our volume has been ramped up to 11.”

Abbie is an accomplished musician living in Byron Bay, Australia. She has won several awards and was also a competitor on Season 1 of Australia’s The Voice.

In addition to her music, she also owns Abbie’s Alchemy, a gorgeous line of eco-friendly cleaning products. Listeners in Australia can use the code DOPAMINE LOVE for 10% off.

Abbie & I talk about the experience of rejection sensitive dysphoria as an artist and how that can lead us to hide from the things we love most in life. We also talk about the ritual of Morning Pages (from Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way) and getting out of our own way so we can rediscover our passions. And we discuss how the term “hyperarousal” feels like a better fit than “hyperactivity.”

Abbie’s song “Underground.”

Website: abbiecardwell.com

Instagram: @abbiecardwellmusic

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Episode 120 with Tracy Nolin Beerman.

“I have a list called the Green Room. It’s where I put all of my thoughts and ideas so they’re safe and don’t keep running through my mind.”

Tracy is a certified Life Mastery Consultant and host of the Vision Driven Mom with ADHD podcast. She has combined her experience with decades of yoga, meditation, and mind/body work, with life transformation coaching and her own "experiment" with life as an ADHD mom. She helps moms with ADHD declutter their minds and forge an empowered path forward, even if they have a million other things in their brilliant, unique minds. 

Tracy and I talk about shiny object syndrome and what it means to live a vision driven life, moving toward what you want rather than pushing away from what you don’t want. We also talk about brain dumps and how to shift from overwhelmed to overflowing.

My interview on Tracy’s podcast.

Website: visiondrivenmom.com

Instagram: @visiondrivenmom

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Episode 119 with Zoe Darazsdi.

“Even though I don’t necessarily have the desire to fit in, I think being understood is the greatest feeling on Earth.”

Zoe is a neurodivergent mental health counselor who specializes in empowering autistic and ADHD clients. She has helped countless teens and adults to navigate the challenges and gifts of living with a unique brain. Her practice is trauma-informed and guided by Adlerian counseling theory and disability rights activism.

Zoe & I talk all about some of the stigmas and biases faced by autistic & ADHD clients within therapy, as well as strategies for neurodivergent self-advocacy in therapeutic relationships. We also talk about how mental health counselors can better serve their neurodivergent clients.

Zoe’s work is supported by her own autistic self-advocacy and the professional research she conducts on autistic peoples’ experiences in counseling. When Zoe is not counseling, she is writing, kickboxing, and playing with her dog, Beezus.

Website: zoedarazsdi.com

Instagram: @zoedarazsdicounseling

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Episode 118 with Priyanka Patel.

“We can’t stand injustice. We like to fight for what’s right. And when something isn’t right, we can get really riled up.”

Priyanka is a mental health pharmacist based in Manchester who was diagnosed last year and is now working to raise awareness of ADHD among healthcare professionals and help improve the assessment & diagnosis process in the UK.

We talk about her long and complicated road to an ADHD diagnosis after initially being diagnosed with depression.

We talk all about medication myths & stigma, drug holidays, the NHS, the pros & cons of TikTok for the ADHD community, and her research project to help improve funding for women with ADHD.

TikTok: @littlemiss_adhd_

Instagram: @littlemiss_adhd_

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Episode 117 with Megan Dowd.

“I always listened to music while doing homework. It was like I had to distract one half of my brain so the other half could focus.”

Megan is a neurodivergent entrepreneur, brand therapist, business strategist, and coach. With her Human First, Biz Second® approach, she helps new and seasoned business owners build a better human connection with themselves and their clients — leaning into who they are and what they stand for.

In addition to her business coaching, she also co-founded Hello, CEO in 2020 to help support neurodiverse entrepreneurs to discover where they can thrive in a business world that isn’t one size fits all.

Megan and I talk all about the Enneagram and common ADHD personalities, and we also discuss neurodivergent business practices and learning styles.

Website: withmegandowd.com

Instagram: @withmegandowd

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Episode 116 with JoJo Abdi.

“The beautiful thing about this diagnosis is that my mask has come off and now I get to be me.”

Khadijo (Jojo) Abdi is a Somali-born writer, poet, and educator living in Minneapolis, MN. Her poetry and essays have been published in Lyricality, Minnesota Women’s Press, and in the anthology by Freedom Voices, Muslim American Writers At Home: Stories, Essays, and Poems of Diversity and Belonging.

JoJo was diagnosed with ADHD in the fall of 2021 and, like many of us, she’s been coming to terms with what she calls “this brain that’s so good at complex, exciting things that are hard for most people and so terrible at small routines of everyday life.”

We talk all about her poetry, sensitive wiring, and how we tend to get swept up in the “too muchness” of life. We also talk about some of the childhood trauma she experienced when her family fled Somalia, her survivor’s guilt, and how her ADHD affected her self-esteem and self-worth growing up.

And we also talk about how certain cultures are more ADHD-friendly than others, and what JoJo does to foster an inclusive classroom environment for her students.

After you listen to this episode, make sure to check out some of JoJo’s beautiful poetry at the link below.

Website: https://linktr.ee/khadijo.abdi

Instagram: @mzjojoab

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Episode 115 with Lauren Yuile.

“My friend had this really good analogy: It’s like all this time you were trying to put a puzzle together without the lid of the box. And finally someone has given you the lid.”

Lauren is a speech pathologist who lives in Sydney, Australia. She supports children and young adults with difficulties in different areas of communication, such as using and understanding language, using clear speech, reading, writing and social communication. In this role, she has worked with people with various co-occurring diagnoses, most commonly Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or ADHD. Lauren believes everyone has the right to a voice and she’s passionate about helping people understand the impact of communication disorders and receive the support they need.

We talk about the similarities and differences between developmental language disorder and ADHD, and the importance of presumed competence and a strengths-based approach to learning for neurodivergent children.

Lauren has always felt different and misunderstood in her life, and suddenly everything made sense when she received her own diagnosis of ADHD earlier this year. Since then, she has endeavored to learn more and understand herself more deeply and she shares how this journey has made her a better speech pathologist. 

Instagram: @laurenyuile.sp

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Episode 114 with Trina Haynes.

“I’m in perpetual burnout. I try to do all the things and then my body gives up on me and I’m on my couch for a week. It’s been this way for as long as I can remember.”

Trina is an ADHD advocate and founder of My Lady Adhd, a robust online community for ADHDers. She was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in her mid-30s and immediately began working to educate the public about ADHD and works daily to empower others. 

In addition to her popular Instagram account, Trina teaches workshops & courses, and loves to speak about neurodiversity and the struggles & strengths faced by people with ADHD. She also just recently launched the My Lady ADHD podcast, so if you love her work as much as I do, make sure to check it out!

Trina and I talk about the healing power of laughing at ourselves and embracing the chaos of ADHD. We also talk about cycles of productivity, chronic burnout, and the compulsive need to do ALL the things RIGHT NOW. And we talk about the power of community building and finding ADHD friendships. 

Website: myladyadhd.com

Instagram: @myladyadhd

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Episode 113 with Marisa Gonzales.

“When I want to learn about something new, I really dive deep. And then who knows how long it’ll take for me to get out of that hole?”

Marisa is a Mexican-American brand strategist and website designer from Kansas. She reached out to me because she started listening to this podcast after her diagnosis and these interviews and conversations have been life-changing for her, so she wanted to help out and give back by sharing her diagnosis story.

Her journey has been filled with twists and turns that include becoming a graphic designer for Hallmark, a physical therapist assistant (where she loved helping and listening to patients' stories), and now - the CEO & Founder of Marisa Gonzales Studios, LLC. 

We talk about her depression and anxiety prior to her ADHD diagnosis and how her therapist helped her understand that it might be ADHD. We also talk about her multiple career changes over the years, and her journey to self-employment and self-acceptance. And we also talk about creative genius and how her diagnosis has helped her lean into her strengths and learn to love her ADHD brain. 

Take her quiz "Why is your website not meeting your lead conversion goals?" You’ll receive actionable results to improve your website!

Website: marisagstudios.com

Instagram: @marisagstudios

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Episode 112 with Annie Romanos.

“We can get so busy that we just forget things. We’ll be so enthralled in what we’re doing that we forget to go to the toilet or we forget to eat.”

Annie is an ICF-accredited executive and ADHD coach from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Her late diagnosis at 49 was a profoundly life-changing moment, and represented a missing link after years of “underachieving”, observing her high-performing clients surpass her and not being able to figure out why. 

Since learning more about her ADHD, being coached intensively, and gaining professional ADHD coaching development, Annie wholeheartedly believes that ADHD can be an ‘adhdvantage’. She believes that while you might have ADHD for life, ADHD doesn’t need to be a life sentence.

While Annie has been coaching for over 8 years, she is one of New Zealand’s first executive ADHD coaches, with her own practice, as well as working with a recently launched ADHD-centric service for New Zealanders called @beehyve.health .

Annie and I talk about some of the unique experiences of getting a late diagnosis as a Gen-Xer. We also talk about the nagging feeling of underachievement and missed potential that so many of us experienced in life and some of the coaching strategies she uses with her clients. We also talk about energy management and productivity and making sure we’re taking care of ourselves as we age.

And while ADHD is widely considered a deficiency in attention, she likes to remind people of the Māori definition of ADHD — aroreretini — which means “attention goes to many things.” 

Website: annieromanos.com

Instagram: @theadhdvantage

 

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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 welcome back Chloe Radcliffe! You may remember Chloe from our episode back in September 2020. Chloe is a NYC-based standup comic, actor, and writer. Her Comedy Central: Featuring set debuted in 2022, and before that she worked as a writer for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. She was named a TBS Comic To Watch at the New York Comedy Festival, has been seen on Epix, and was selected for NBC’s 2019 Late Night Writers Workshop. She produces Minneapolis’ 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival. Make sure to check her out! 

 

In this episode we catch up with what Chloe has been up to over the last two years, we discuss the ins and outs of dumpster diving, the thrill of the hunt, having a dangerous and psychotic brand, finding furniture on the street, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about why you should never pay for a bagel again. Give this episode a listen!

 

Recommendations From The Episode: 

Cook Once, Eat All Week: 26 Weeks of Gluten-Free, Affordable Meal Prep to Preserve Your Time & Sanity by Cassy Joy Garcia

 

Family Guy: Prom Night Dumpster Baby

 

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This week we are joined by Maximilian Spinelli! Max is an NYC-based comedian, actor, and writer. Max is a 2020 Breakout Headliner for Broadway Comedy Club and a comedian commentator on BuzzFeed. Max is also co-host of We Were Had Podcast and Tell You What Comedy Show. Make sure to check him out! 

 In this episode we discuss growing up in Connecticut, fashion, depression, divorce, playing sports, being the youngest child, moving to NYC, stage presence, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about nepotism in entertainment. Give this episode a listen!

 

Recommendations From The Episode: 

Making the Cut

Swoveralls!

 

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This week we are joined by Vanetta Schoefield! Vanetta is a comedian and founder of Funny Hunnyz LLC, a creative branding agency that empowers urban entertainers. She is also the founder of 1865 Comedy Festival, a celebration of black culture. Make sure to check her out! 

In this episode we discuss growing up in North Carolina, moving to NYC and Atlanta, figuring out what to do in life, patience and opportunities, microwave societies, knowing your self worth, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about Vanetta’s 10 year plan. She’s quite the entrepreneur. Give this episode a listen!

Recommendations From The Episode: 

 The Sex Lives of College Girls - HBO Max

 Passion Planner

 Love Island

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This week we are joined by Joe Bates! Joe is an NYC based comedian. He hosts a monthly comedy show called Golden Ticket Comedy Show with our very own Alone at Lunch host, Emily Walsh! He also has a comedy album called Joe Bates Joe Bates Joe Bates and a podcast called Video Game Pizza Party. Make sure to check it out

 In this episode we discuss moving around a lot, making friends later in life, wedding guest lists, spending time alone as kids, crying at movies on airplanes, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about Joe’s Christmas experience that should be turned into a Hallmark Movie. Give this episode a listen!

 

Recommendations From The Episode: 

 The Little Book of Wedding Checklists: All the Lists and Tips You Need to Plan the Big Day by Elizabeth McKellar

 The Five-Year Engagement 

 

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This week we are joined by Carole Montgomery! Carole Montgomery has had a long and varied career. With over two dozen television credits to her name, Carole Montgomery is a respected veteran of the standup comedy scene nationwide. In addition to her numerous television appearances, Carole Montgomery has headlined clubs and colleges across the USA and starred in two different Las Vegas production shows. In her ten years as a LAS VEGAS STAR, she was seen by over five million audience members. Carole Montgomery created and stars in three SHOWTIME specials for Funny Women Of A Certain Age. Make sure to check her out! 

 In this episode we discuss growing up and starting comedy in Brooklyn, the comedy scene in the 1970’s and ‘80s, raising a child while touring, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about how being a woman in comedy has not changed over the years. Give this episode a listen!

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 I’m Dying Up Here - Showtime

 I’m Dying Up Here by William Knoedelseder

 We Killed: The Rise of Women in American Comedy by Yael Kohen

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Alone Self-Publishing a Holiday Romance Novel with Leah Bonnema

 This week we are joined by Leah Bonnema! Leah is a comic, host, producer, and writer, who has been featured on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Chris Gethard Presents, Oculus & AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, to name a few. Leah is the cohost of the podcast, Were You Raised By Wolves, which made iTunes “New & Noteworthy” podcast list. She is also the author of “The Holiday Breakdown,” a novel available in softcover and on Kindle. Make sure to check her out! 

 In this episode we discuss growing up in Maine, living in a rural town vs a city, not fitting in at school, poetry, being a female in the comedy scene, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about how Leah came to write a holiday romance novel. Give this episode a listen!

 

Recommendations From The Episode: 

 Under the Christmas Tree - Lifetime

 Dash and Lily - Netflix

 

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This week we are joined by James Camacho! James is an NYC based comedian who performs stand-up all over the United States and has appeared in TV shows & movies you’ve definitely seen. He’s been featured on Kevin Hart’s LOL Network, the TV shows “FBI” and “Kevin Can Wait” on CBS, the movie “Before I Go”, and the Jay-Z music video “I Got the Keys” with DJ Khaled. Make sure to check him out! 

 In this episode we discuss growing up in New Jersey, having different hair styles, being a sneakerhead, being the guy who knows where all the parties are, having a following on social media, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about James’ experience having a Puerto Rican father and a Chinese mother. Give this episode a listen!

 Recommendations From The Episode: 

 Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) by Mindy Kaling

 Fairfax (Amazon Prime)

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This week we are joined by Tess Tregellas! Tess Tregellas is an actor, comedian, and writer. She has performed stand up comedy all over NYC and has written, produced, directed and performed in her short films “Left to Your Own Devices” and “The Cell Phone Block Tango.” She’s a content making star! Make sure to check her out! 

 

In this episode we discuss growing up in Connecticut, theater camp, being a part of a sports family, the selling of your childhood home, studying abroad in London, the benefits of traveling alone, and so much more. You don’t want to miss our discussion about what acting roles Tess commonly plays. Give this episode a listen!

 

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Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid

 

The Old Man & The Pool  - Mike Birbiglia

 

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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!

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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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About this podcast: Dolly Parton sang about it. Meghan Trainor did too. Woman Up. It’s about finding your fire, breaking the mold, and shattering glass ceilings. Maybe you’re a creative person but stuck in a corporate dead end. Or, maybe you need a little escape and just want to be entertained AF. As real-life sisters and founders of The Sister Brand, Lana + Laura are driven to share the untold details, unfiltered advice, and empowering stories of rad women torching standard stereotypes. However you define “Woman,” you’re welcome in the sisterhood. Speak Up. Buckle Up. Woman Up. Get your WOMAN UP™ merch at https://thesisterbrand.com/shop

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This episode discusses difficult subject matter including suicide, mental health, attempting suicide, depression, and more. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts or a difficult time, please connect with the resources listed below.

Suicide. It hasn’t shaped her life, but it’s left its mark.

Sonja Deklerk lost her dad to suicide. She was a first responder to a stranger when they took their own life. And Sonja has survived her own attempt.

She knows darkness and she knows pain.

The words are hard to express but maybe happiness, and the quest for it, is not all it’s cracked up to be. Maybe we’re making a mistake in only reaching for happiness, lightness, good days, and good moods. In this world there’s an ocean of emotions and maybe there are beautiful things in the darker waters.

Pain has the ability to transform. Pain has the ability to spark empowerment. Pain has the ability to be beautiful.

Guest: Sonja Deklerk
Website: www.sonjadeklerk.com
Instagram: @morethangold_bysonja

Government of Canada Resources:
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call Talk Suicide Canada at 1-833-456-4566. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

For mental health support, you can talk to a mental health professional one on one. Call 1-866-585-0445 or text WELLNESS to 741741

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/mental-health-services/mental-health-get-help.html

Alberta Health Services Resources:
Emergency: 911
Mental Health Helpline: 1-877-303-2642
Crisis Text Line: Text CONNECT to 741741
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/amh/page16759.aspx

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Entrepreneurship is freaking HARD. No one wants to glorify hustle culture, but let’s face it - a business startup is one of the hardest, most demanding jobs out there. It takes a whole lot of grit, and sometimes you’ve got to wait a LONG time for the glory! 

For real-life sisters Dez and Lindsay Melenka, it was a giant leap of faith to launch their business. The Creative Hive was a big, blank space just begging for creativity. It quickly grew as an event location but then COVID changed the business plan.

In this episode, the sister duos dive into working with family, and navigating the curve balls that come with running your own business.

Guests: Dez and Lindsay Melenka
info@thecreativehive.ca
https://thecreativehive.ca/  
https://wearthecareproject.com/

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Back in 2008 Rosalyn Fung had it all. She was a clinical psychologist with a busy practice, she’d just married her husband, she was a fitness model with the body she always wanted. Fast forward to today and only the husband remains. And she’s good with that.

Rosalyn admits that back then, she looked like the epitome of self-confidence on the outside but on the inside, she was in turmoil. She had major struggles - a lack of confidence and even an eating disorder.

The change came in the form of Hakomi – an ancient Indian word that means “How do I stand on relation to the many realms?” It’s a way of asking “Who am I?”

Today Rosalyn is an Akashic Visionary Life & Business Soul coach, Facilitator & Trainer of Flourishing Life Coaching Certification Program, speaker, 3x international best-selling author, former psychologist, mastermind and workshop facilitator on the topics of topics of leadership, self-love, mastering your energy, money mindset & attraction marketing.

Check out Rosalynn’s free Masterclass How to Boldly and Unapologetically Market Your Coaching Biz, & Attract "Full-Body Yes!" Clients 

Rosalynn’s podcast Activate Your Soulgasmic Business

Book Your FREE Business Soul Alignment Discovery Call here 

Facebook Page: Rosalyn Fung Coaching: Bold Sexy Warrior

Facebook Group: Raise the Vibration: Lightworkers, Healers, Coaches & Spiritualpreneurs

Youtube: Rosalyn Fung - videos on money mindset, self-worth, energetic marketing CEO Soul led leadership & my tvshow Activate your Soulgasmic Business

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Guest: Rosalyn Fung
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SANTA!!!!! (Insert Will Ferrell's Elf voice here!)

There are LOTS of opinions when it comes to Santa Claus. As parents, are we creating magical memories or traumatizing our kids with tales of a "jolly, old fat guy" who breaks into homes while they're sleeping?

So, when is the right time to talk with them? How far do we go to try to keep the “Magic,” alive? 

Time for the sisters' to take this on. It’s controversial, it’s hilariously personal. Fill your glass, and let's get merry. Happy holidays! 

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Erinn Trebaczkiewicz  started a basement boutique called THE SKINNY while holding down a corporate job, pregnant with twins, and a toddler in tow.

Today, The Skinny is a major North American brand with big-time influencer collabs - Jillian Harris, The Birds Papaya, Kaitlyn Bristowe to name a few!

Erinn’s dishing on her famous cardigan, the sweet story behind her brand name, the plight of entrepreneurship, and what it takes to go ALL-IN on yourself - including that HAIL MARY moment that took her biz to the NEXT LEVEL.

This episode is for the mothers, the dreamers, and the women in business who want it ALL. Erinn’s here with the road map.

You can find The Skinny online and in West Edmonton Mall, Southgate Centre, and Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport.

 Guest: Erinn Trebaczkiewicz
@erinntreb on Instagram
@shoptheskinny on Instagram
Website https://shoptheskinny.ca/  

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It’s a tragedy that captivated a country and NHL fans worldwide. 

25 year-old Colby Cave seemingly had it all - he was an NHL forward with the Edmonton Oilers, he had married the woman of his dreams, and he was in peak physical health. 

Then, one morning in 2020, Cave was airlifted to hospital and placed on life support. He had a rare colloid cyst.

At the center of it all was Cave’s wife, Emily…dodging aggressive reporters and being kept from her husband’s bedside because of Covid - all while desperately praying for him to pull through.

Colby Cave wouldn’t make it. And for a while, Emily wasn’t sure she would either.

Emily somehow wea