Launch setbacks are normal. When you know how to evaluate the data, learn how to carry the lessons over to the next launch, and make strategic decisions from a place of logic rather than emotion, you will move through “failures” faster and turn a not-so-great result into something magical. Creating 5 & 6-figure launches isn't about having successful launches 100% of the time; it's knowing how to pivot, adjust, and optimize. In this episode, you'll learn how to think differently about your launches, the data to evaluate to become a better decision-maker, and what to do if you aren't getting the results you want from your launches. Key Highlights: The art of normalizing "failed" launches and viewing them as avenues for growth. How to move through the emotions when things aren't going your way so you don't spiral and self-sabotage. Decoding common mistakes made before, during, and after launch that could have avoided the failed launch in the first place. The importance of viewing your live launch system as an evergreen machine that you perfect over time to create reliable leads and clients on demand. Connect With KinseyWebsite | Facebook | Free Community | Instagram[FREE] LIVE Scalable Offers Masterclass: How To Rethink Group Coaching Programs and Create Offers That Attract Top-Tier Clients Effortlessly: www.kinseymachos.com/innovate[FREE] Download: The Revolutionary Content Kit: A 7-pillar method to creating unique content that sells + connects at the same time: www.kinseymachos.com/revolutionaryReady to discover your unique category, streamline your services, and organically launch your scalable offer to 20K+ months with more harmony and rhythm? Don't sacrifice the quality of your services as you scale. See if you're a good fit for our signature experience, Launch Like A Queen: www.kinseymachos.com/launchqueenBook A Call With Our Team To Discover What's Next For You: www.kinseymachos.com/nextsteps Do not miss these highlights: 01:00 Let's discuss the topic of launching, specifically failure because there's an assumption that when you have successful launches, you never experience unsuccessful ones.04:33 One of the things that can really hinder your success in launching is when you aimlessly put things together, assuming it's easy to sell. 05:03 You still need to go through the process of experimentation and exploration to figure out what works because it doesn't happen overnight. That's what I aim to normalize for you. 06:40 Many times, you can avoid most of these mistakes by preparing for your launches. However, another crucial factor is inadequate planning. 08:03 When considering that date, you should also take into account the promotional campaigns needed to effectively fill your conversion event. 10:40 If your target and goal don't align, then you're not realistically considering the project and the hard work behind it. 11:50 Let's discuss what to do when you find yourself in a situation where your launch is not performing well. 13:00 In the launch process,
Blake Eastman is the founder of The Nonverbal Group. His entire life has been dedicated to Psychology and Nonverbal Behavior and he has started several companies fueld by his passion to better understand human behavior. He was formerly an adjunct psychology professor at the City University of New York for 6 years where he taught General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Group Dynamics. Blake's academic roots are in forensic psychology with an emphasis on psychological testing. He played poker professionally, and is the founder of School of Cards, the first brick-and-mortar poker school in New York City. The range of his experience as a poker educator is quite wide - from teaching players the difference between a straight and flush, to constructing higher level strategies in combating some of the toughest games, and players, in the world.
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Are you aware of the magnitude of nutritional crises in America? Let's lay it bare - a staggering 42.4% of US adults are obese, 73.6% are overweight, and mental illness touches one in five adults each year. In this edition of Saying it Out Loud, we grab the bull by the horns, examining these sobering statistics and accentuating the underlying connection between mental and gut health. We also share our recent indulgence on a cheat day and the anticipation surrounding Adriana's event.The rabbit hole of nutrition goes deep, and we navigate you through its intricate systems, uncovering emotional ties to food that can hinder your fitness journey. We also throw light on the paradox of chronic dieting and its counterproductive effect on your well-being. Discover the simplicity of our approach to nutrition, where the magic happens not with a confusing diet plan but with conscious decision-making and discipline. We also share personal anecdotes on the emotional investment in nutrition and the cultural impact of eating out.Nutrition, my friends, is not just about that momentary pleasure on your taste buds but a lifelong commitment to your health. We emphasize the importance of nutrition for long-term health and longevity, discussing essentials like calculating maintenance calories to the importance of staying hydrated. We address the dire state of America's declining health and provide actionable advice for those seeking to improve their lifestyle. So, tune in to this enriching episode and take the reins of your health in your hands. Together, let's make America healthy again!Follow us on IG:@leos_ftiness_adventure@StephmoralessfitApply for 1:1 coaching and get the results you are looking for: https://www.valhalla-athletics.com Join our free Facebook group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/804195770472212/?ref=group_browseBuy our apparel: Valhalla-athleticsapperal.com
In this episode, I have the distinct pleasure of hosting Dr. Marco Altini, PhD, a luminary in the realm of digital health and wearable technology. An Italian researcher and entrepreneur, Dr. Altini's expertise spans across computer science and biomedical engineering. He's not just an academic; Marco has transformed his knowledge into actionable insights for athletes and health enthusiasts alike. As the co-founder of HRV4Training, he's played a pivotal role in leveraging heart rate variability analysis to optimize training and recovery, bridging the gap between science and real-world applications.Our conversation dives deep into the advancements in wearable technology and their profound impact on health and fitness monitoring. We explore the innovative mobile app, HRV4Training, and how it empowers users to harness their heart rate variability data to enhance their fitness and overall well-being. Furthermore, we delve into Marco's research related to sleep monitoring and the broader implications of his scientific findings. His insights offer a fascinating perspective on the confluence of technology, physiology, and health.So, whether you're an athlete, a health enthusiast, or simply someone curious about the future of digital health, this episode promises a wealth of knowledge. Join us as we decode the science behind wearable technology and its transformative potential. Listen in!Key Points From This Episode:Timing of stressors is crucial for health and performance [00:00:00]Understanding stress and body response [00:05:13]Balance stress and prioritize health [00:11:05]Understanding stress and its effects [00:17:34]Balance subjective perception and data [00:27:42]Wearable device data has limitations [00:29:02]Baseline physiological stress changes [00:37:58]Transparency is key for accuracy [00:41:56]HRV measures stress response [00:51:25]HRV is a useful tool [00:52:05]Prioritize sleep, exercise, and nutrition [00:59:37]Modify stress response for improvement [01:09:21]Timing of stressors is crucial [01:11:32]Listen to your body's data [01:17:28]Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Click HERE to save on BiOptimizers MagnesiumHRV4TrainingOura RingCubitt (10% OFF) BioStrap Marco AltiniMarco Altini (LinkedIn)Marco Altini (Instagram)Support the show
“As the acceptance of expanded human potential gains mainstream momentum, the question has shifted from “What is possible in our lives?” to “How do we do it? How do we awaken our extraordinary potential in everyday life?” (Dr. Joe Dispenza). Today we will look at these questions and take a shallow dive, not a deep one, as there are many layers to how exactly we live up to the full potential we all have within us, or like the name of Joe Dispenza's book, Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon. Today we will begin this exploration and identify clear strategies to awaken the extraordinary potential in each of us.Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we connect the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (that's finally being taught in our schools today) and emotional intelligence training (used in our modern workplaces) for improved well-being, achievement, productivity and results—using what I saw as the missing link (since we weren't taught this when we were growing up in school), the application of practical neuroscience. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and an educator with a passion for learning and launched this podcast 5 years ago with the goal of bringing ALL the leading experts together (in one place) to uncover the most current research that would back up how the brain learns best, taking us ALL to new, and often unimaginable heights. For today's episode #306, we are going to look closely at the work of someone I have been forbidden by my mentor and neuroscience certification trainer, Mark Waldman, to EVER interview. When I first launched this podcast back in 2019, there were many reasons for WHY I wanted to bridge the gaps I saw in the field of education and the workplace, with practical neuroscience. To do this, I knew I needed training and obtained an Advanced Certification in Mindfulness-based Neurocoaching, where one of the MANY requirements for this Certification was that I had to show an application of practical neuroscience in the world, or just show that I was using what I was learning to help others. I told Mark Waldman about my podcast, and had him of for one of our early EP #30[i] in December of 2019 and shared with him my vision of who I would interview, and where I wanted to take this podcast. He told me he liked this idea, but since I was going to use this for his Certification requirement, he said “You must never interview anyone who covers pseudoscience” and said I must keep true evidence-based science (proven from articles on Pubmed) at the forefront. I thought, of course, why would I want to cover fake science and spread that into the world, and then he said it. “You must never interview Joe Dispenza!” And I thought “Oh no!” I love that guy. His name was written on my wall as a potential future guest and while I agreed at the time to keep the podcast focused on science, I never did cross Dr. Dispenza off my list. I first heard about Joe Dispenza when I worked in the motivational speaking industry and while I knew about his seminars, how crazy the results were that people obtained, and some of the advanced technologies he used like epigenetics testing, brain mapping with EEGs and gas discharge visualization technology (GDV). I also knew that some people, including Mark Waldman, would consider Joe Dispenza's work to be pseudoscience, but I always put the results first in my mind, and hoped that one day, science could help prove what he has been teaching for years. Joe Dispenza says it himself in the first few pages of his book, Becoming Supernatural. He writes: Dr. Dispenza let go of his critics and decided to move forward with wanting to share his message with the world. He believes in a world where possibility exists, and he will challenge our thinking using his own personal experience of transformation, through meditation and his ability to change his health (which really could be applied to any area of your life-change your results, finances, whatever it is you want to change) purely by changing our thoughts. This was one of the first concepts Bob Proctor from EP 66[ii] taught in his seminars. We had to change our thinking first in order to change our future results. We had Adele Spraggon on EP #184[iii] where she teaches about the importance of paying attention to our feelings before we think and act with her concept she writes about in her Shift book, so we can begin to make our habits work for us, instead of against us. So here are some questions I've been looking for an answer to since I launched this podcast 5 years ago. I wonder: Can our current, present day thoughts impact our future? Can we impact our own health (and results for that matter) purely by what we think? Can my energy influence another person, and can someone else's energy influence mine? Can someone's energy be felt? Can our energy field be seen? This is what Joe Dispenza has been working on proving for years, and he's been using the most forward thinking tools to do this, and one of them, GDV (gas discharge visualization) was developed by a brilliant Russian man, Konstantin Korotkov.[iv] I put a video explanation from Physics Professor, Konstantin Korotkov in the show notes, where he explains the history of his invention (GDV) that began with what we know to be called Kurlian Photography, that was not embraced by the scientific community. I know this well, as this was one of the reasons my first book, The Secret for Teens Revealed[v] couldn't be taught in our schools when I first began working with students. Jeff Kleck from EP 246[vi] circled Kirlian Photography in the second chapter of my book, and wrote “science can't prove that!” Well, with all due respect to those who think that are thoughts cannot influence our future, they can with GDV technology that we can find all over Pubmed articles, showing that we all have an energy field and we are all connected and “can influence each other.” Konstantin Korotkov calls this electrophonics and explains it's origin that goes back to 1777 in Brazil and then Russia. I typed Gas Discharge Photography into Pubmed, and found hundreds of articles, including one that showed “Applications of GDV Imaging in Health and Disease”[vii] and in the Journal of Education, Health and Sport, found an article “The Parameters of GDV (biophotonics) correlated with parameters of acupuncture points, EEG, HRV and hormones.”[viii] This advanced GDV Technology shows “that we have energy fields…it can show physical energy distribution, emotional energy distribution, psychological energy distribution, and our relationship of our inner state to the outer world.”[ix] Of course, I jumped at the chance to find Dr. Korotkov, and asked if he would come on the podcast, so I could ask him some questions, and dive deeper into understanding how our thoughts, and energy fields can influence ourselves, others, our mental and physical health, and our futures. Stay tuned, he has agreed to an interview. In the meantime, he did let me know that he will be hosting the Bio-Well Congress in Orlando, Florida November 10-12th at the Orlando Hilton Hotel. So it looks like the answers to all the questions that I asked above, that I've wondered over the years, would be a solid, scientifically proven YES, to all of them, and Dr. Joe Dispenza has been teaching this for years. Before I share why I wanted to cover this topic today, I've got to begin with the fact that we are all connected, and have an energy field. Dr. Korotkov has been searching for ways to bridge the gap from the unseen world of energy, with scientific principles, and says “there is clear evidence that we influence each other.”[x] This is something I always felt, but never really understood. I noticed certain things when I was in my late 20s, and thought they would be too “woo woo” to share on the podcast, and this is definitely one of them. I began to notice some people would have brighter lights around them, and appeared to me to be Supernatural like Dr. Dispenza would say. I could pick out people in the seminar room when I worked with Bob Proctor who I could see had this bright light around them, and when this light was paired with a belief for what they were doing, was the recipe for them to achieve outstanding results in the world. It happened time and time again. I remember the first person I saw shining brighter than all of us sitting at a table, and it just made me wonder What's different about that person than the rest of us? How are they thinking and feeling? Why do I see and feel their energy? When I went to work with Proctor in the seminar industry, I had the opportunity to put these questions into practice, and became highly developed with this superpower. When I see or feel this heightened sense of energy in people today, (this is not a common occurrence) but when I notice it, I'll share it with them, at the risk of them thinking I'm completely crazy. The other day, my husband and I were out for dinner, and I saw it with the young woman who was serving us. She looked like she was in her 20s, or maybe early 30s, and she was hustling like I've never seen. Then I noticed this young woman was pregnant! When she was took our order she sat down next to me to catch her breath, and it was here that I told her “You know you're special, right?” She said “what do you mean?” And I told her what I could see. She looked at me with some level of disbelief, but also another level that she knew what I was talking about. I told her to find my podcast, and listen to episode 66 so she could see where my path began, and she wrote it down, thanked me, and then told me to look up the book Becoming Supernatural.[xi] While driving home that night I did, and discovered where Dr. Joe Dispenza's path began. So for today's episode #306 “Decoding Our Thoughts: How to Build a Better Future with the Power of Our Mind” I dedicate this to the young woman who hustles every night. She knows who she is. When most of us were pregnant, we could barely stand on our feet. Not this woman. She knows how to create her future, and it starts with the belief she has in herself, and her dreams, that is strong enough that I could see it and feel it just merely by her sitting next to me. I hope she finds the path that's meant for her, and lives every moment of peace, joy and abundance that she deserves for herself and her baby who's on the way. Then I also wish this for you, the listener. I hope you'll look at Dr. Dispenza's work, that's backed by Dr. Korotkov's GDV technology, and recognize how far they both have come to share these evidence-based ideas into the world and then see how YOU can use them to improve your own health, results and future, keeping in mind that: Our current, present day thoughts can impact our future. We can impact our own health (and results for that matter) purely by what we think. Our energy can influence another person, and someone else's energy can influence ours. Our energy be felt, and it also can be seen with devices that measure this information scientifically. Just like some other books we have looked at, I want to break down Dr. Dispenza's Becoming Supernatural into a few episodes. On today's episode, we will cover: Chapter 1: Opening the Door to the Supernatural and Chapter 2 The Present Moment. At the end we will look at specific strategies of where we can begin, so that we can build a solid belief in ourselves, and our future potential. Chapter 1: Opening the Door to the Supernatural This book opens up with a Foreword from Dr. Dawson Church, who we interviewed on EP #98[xii] who covered “The Science Behind Using Meditation.” Dr. Church's interview[xiii] has now become our MOST watched YouTube interview, showing me that the world wants to understand how meditation can take us to new heights. I've also mentioned often that The Silva Method Series[xiv] is our most listened to podcast episode, all focused on using the power of our mind, to take us to new heights. Dr. Church writes in his Foreword that “Joe stretches the horizons of possibility by extending the boundaries of the unknown.” (Becoming Supernatural) Joe Dispenza opens up this book with a fascinating story of how he knew he was wasting his time, energy and talent worrying about what other people thought of him, and how he took an accident he had on his bike, where he was told he would never walk again, and used the power of his own mind, through a guided meditation, to heal his body. “9.5 weeks after the accident, (he) got up, and walked back into (his) life—without having any body cast or surgeries” (Becoming Superhuman Ch 1). What I noticed with this first chapter was that Dr. Dispenza took us back to when he didn't have the belief in himself, or his own ideas. He was still worried about what other people thought of him. His belief happened over time, when he let go (surrendered) to what others thought of him, and moved forward, full force, with the belief in his own future potential. He had to let go, or break free. I remember Proctor would say, “Make a committed decision” when doing something. Don't ask others, “what do you think” and go in half way, you must DECIDE to move forward, with everything you've got. Then he'd remind us of the Latin Root of the word decide which a combination of two words. De=off and caedere= cut and he'd remind us when we decide something that we cut off all ties to any other option. Decide and move forward, never looking back. When I was reading this chapter, it was very clear that Dr. Dispenza didn't find it easy to heal his body. He explained how pain-stakingly difficult it was to replicate this meditative experience he had where he was able to “see” and “feel” things in this special state called hypnogogic sleep, in between sleep and wakefulness. I'm not sure where those of you who are listening are with your meditation practice as we are all at different levels, but I understood what Dr. Dispenza was saying. Sometimes you want to sit down and force something to happen, but that's never how it works. You have to be completely relaxed, your body in a state of let go or surrender, and then the magic happens… That's exactly what Joe Dispenza did to open up the door to becoming Supernatural. Once he broke free and made a committed decision to teach this work, he described how he would live into his future potential by healing his own body first, and then showing others how to do the same with his seminars and workshops. He explained how he: “selected that intentional future and married it with the elevated emotion of what it would be like to be there in that future, in the present moment (his) body began to believe it was actually in that future experience. As (his) ability to observe (his) desired destiny (with intention) got sharper and sharper, (his) cells began to reorganize themselves. I began to signal new genes in new ways, and then (his) body really started getting better faster.” (Ch 1, Becoming Superhuman). TO PUT THIS INTO ACTION: MAKE A COMMITTED DECISION Have you made a committed decision to whatever it is that you want to do? Not one foot in, the other out, testing the ground? Are you fully committed like Dr. Dispenza was when he let go of worrying about what others thought of him? REMEMBER: “Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness… the moment one definitely commits oneself then Providence moves, too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred… boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Chapter 2: The Present Moment The way a person thinks and feels creates a person's state of well-being. We know this can be scientifically proven by Dr. Korotkov's GDV technology just by measuring the energy field from our finger tips, he can with accuracy, tell us what's going on inside that person's body (emotionally, psychologically) and then determine our relationship with this inner state to the outer world. Or in other words, what we THINK, on the inside, will show up on the outside. Dr. Dispenza says it this way explaining that “the familiar past will sooner or later become the predictable future.” (Ch 2, Becoming Supernatural). I heard Proctor explain it another way by explaining that “our results were a compilation of our thoughts, feelings and actions” and he could look at someone, and determine their level of thinking, purely based on the results they were obtaining. Now the funny part about this, is that many teachers explain the same thing, just a slightly different way. To determine a person's level of thinking, Proctor would ask them “what's the most amount of money you've ever made in one year” because he would quickly be able to see that person's level of awareness. He would say that there's no difference in ability of someone who earns $50K/year to someone who earns $50 Million/year, except the level of awareness of how to do it. Our thoughts, in the present moment, determine our current reality. If we don't like the reality we are in, it starts with changing our thoughts. To do this, we've often got to get out of our own way, and start to study and understand how our thoughts, feelings and actions create the world we live in. We've all heard that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result. The same idea with our results. “If we keep the same routine as yesterday, it makes sense that your tomorrow is going to be a lot like your yesterday. Your future is just a rerun of your past. That's because your yesterday is creating your tomorrow.” (Ch 2 Becoming Superhuman). Whatever way we describe it, we will not be able to change our results in the future, unless we do something different in the NOW. We must be able to choose different thoughts (towards a new goal), feelings, and actions, to create a NEW, unknown event in our future. I've drawn out Dr. Dispenza's Predictable Timeline from Chapter 2, that shows us how “the familiar past will sooner or later become the predictable future” (Dispenza) or that we will never be able to suddenly jump to a new salary for example, without first of all thinking/feeling/acting in an entirely NEW way in the present moment. A NEW, unknown event, requires NEW thoughts/feelings/actions in the present moment. The ONLY way to change our future, is to change our current state of being. IMAGE CREDIT: Andrea hand drew the image from Chapter 2 Becoming Superhuman TO PUT THIS INTO ACTION: DO YOU KNOW WHAT ENERGY YOU ARE BROADCASING OUT TO THE WORLD? This is where the hustling pregnant server comes to mind. She was working hard, doing her thing, and doing everything she knew how to do to change her future in some way. I'm not sure what her vision for her future really is, but I could clearly see and feel she was hustling to get somewhere, and I had no doubt in my mind that she would arrive, exactly where she wanted to go. She was broadcasting it out loudly and clearly to the world, and I know I'm not the only one who could see it. What about you? Are you doing everything you can in the present moment to create an unknown event in your future? Are you keeping your thoughts positive, doing everything you know how to do, with your vision held on the screen of your mind? If you've asked others for feedback on the actions you are taking, what do they say? Is there anything else you can do to improve? In your heart you will know if you are giving your all from the minute you wake up, to the moment you close your eyes and go to sleep. This is the daily grind we talked about on EP 38[xv] that's well known in the sports world. While working on a daily basis, and keeping our energy levels high, over time, with this effort, and being focused on what we are broadcasting out into the world, (making sure we are thinking/feeling/acting in a positive way) we will eventually create the space for an unknown, or unpredictable event that will take us to new heights of achievement. It happens in the sales industry when you work really hard and get what we sometimes call a “blue-bird sale” where someone calls you and says “I have money to spend, and must spend it by the end of the day” and you never could have predicted this occurring, but you had the space for it, and you're ready for it. Or you run into someone unexpectedly who connects you to someone else, who advances you in some way, to where you want to go. It's an unknown event that many people would say “woah, how on the earth did that happen?” Dr. Dispenza and other teachers would say that it was created, predictably, by doing certain things, a certain way. REVIEW AND CONCLUSION: To review and conclude today's EP #306 on “Decoding Our Thoughts: How to Build a Better Future with the Power of Our Mind” we looked at the following questions: Can our current, present day thoughts impact our future? Can we impact our own health (and results for that matter) purely by what we think? Can my energy influence another person, and can someone else's energy influence mine? Can someone's energy be felt? Can our energy field be seen? Then we: ✔ Were introduced to Dr. Joe Dispenza and his book Becoming Supernatural with a brief introduction to how I was forbidden to ever cover Dr. Dispenza's work, and why I'm covering it today. ✔ Learned about the Russian Scientist Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, and his GDV invention (that he calls elecrophonic imaging) that measures our physical, emotional and psychological energy distribution that provides “clear evidence that we influence each other.” We will learn more about how this device maps our inner state of mind with our outer world and much more from Dr. Korotkov on our NEXT episode (first week in October). ✔ Looked at Becoming Supernatural Chapter 1: Opening the Door to the Supernatural with some thoughts for you to put this chapter into practice in your daily life. Do you know what you REALLY want? Have you made a committed DECISION towards your goals? Have you let go of what others think of you, and surrendered to doing what it takes to achieve your goals? ✔ Looked at Becoming Supernatural Chapter 2: The Present Moment, with some thoughts for you to put this chapter into practice in your daily life. Are we aware of the energy that you broadcast out into the world? (If not, have you asked others for feedback on how you show up in the workplace or family life?) Are we doing everything possible to move the needle towards your goals (or whatever it is that you are working on)? Have we made space for unknown events to occur in your life to move you forward? And with this introduction to Dr. Dispenza's work, we will learn how the tools he has been using to gather the scientific evidence he needed to prove that our thoughts REALLY do matter for our health, results and future, were invented. I'm hoping to have interviewed Dr. Korotkov by the first week in October, so we will miss a week while I'm traveling, next week, but looking forward to what we will uncover, and see you in October. REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #30 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/neuroscience-researcher-mark-robert-waldman-on-brain-network-theory-and-the-12-brain-based-experiential-living-principles/ [ii]Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #66 with Bob Proctor https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-legendary-bob-proctor-on/ [iii] Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #184 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/adele-spraggon-on-using-science-to-break-up-with-your-bad-habits-in-4-simple-steps/ [iv] What is Gas Discharge Visualization? Konstantin Korotkov Published in 2012 in YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhBYqkos-Xk [v] The Secret for Teens Revealed Published by Andrea Samadi 2009 https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Teens-Revealed-Teenagers-Leadership/dp/1604940336 [vi] Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #246 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/jeff-kleck-on-using-neuroscience-to-inspire-thinkers-in-schools-sport-and-the-workplace/ [vii] Applications of GDV Imaging in Health and Disease Published by Suman Bista et al Sept. 26, 2023 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35648690/ [viii]The Parameters of GDV (biophotonics) correlated with parameters of acupuncture points, EEG, HRV and hormones Published by Valeriy Babelyuk et al Dec. 31, 2021 https://apcz.umk.pl/JEHS/article/view/36914 [ix] IBID [x] IBID [xi] Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon by Dr. Joe Dispenza published March 5, 2019 https://www.google.com/search?gs_ssp=eJzj4tVP1zc0TKnILrcoq8owYPSSSkpNzs_NzEtXKC4tSC3KSywpLUrMUUjKz88GAEIPD3c&q=becoming+supernatural+book&oq=becooming+supernatueral+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j46i13i433i512j0i13i512l7.7875j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 [xii]Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #98 with Dr. Dawson Church https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/dr-dawson-church-on-the-science-behind-using-meditation-rewiring-your-brain-for-happiness-resilience-and-joy/ [xiii] YouTube interview with Andrea Samadi and Dr. Dawson Church https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH8yVKHjFN4 [xiv] Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast on The Silva Mind Control Method https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/a-deep-dive-with-andrea-samadi-into-applying-the-silva-method-for-improved-intuition-creativity-and-focus-part-1/ [xv]Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #38 with Todd Woodcroft https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/assistant-coach-to-the-winnipeg-jets-todd-woodcroft-on-the-daily-grind-in-the-nhl/
In this episode of the HR Leaders Podcast, I'm joined by Ross Thornley, Author, Keynote Speaker on Adaptability & The Future of Work. Co-Founder of AQai.The pace of change in the world today is faster than ever before. Expertise that once took decades to accumulate can become irrelevant in months. To thrive in this environment, we need to upgrade our operating system, both as individuals and organizations.
Let's talk about the reality of assistant expectations in the world of leadership. We're recapping Matt and Micah's experiences and insights on effective delegation and team management, where they stress the importance of clear communication, setting expectations, and creating a supportive environment for your team. We'll also share tips from Libby Greiwe, from The Efficient Advisor, as she discussed the power of themes and systems in building a successful practice. Lastly, we'll review the dynamic between visionaries and integrators in the hiring process, emphasizing the need for clarity and realistic promises when bringing new team members on board. Listen to this week's episodes: Common Assistant (Team) Myths [Episode 222] The Power of Working in Themes with Guest Libby Greiwe You Promised What?! https://bit.ly/3EMhAS9
Jay Martin is an investor and the CEO of Cambridge House. He dissects the minds of thought-leaders from around the world with expertise in money management, geopolitics, macro-finance, commodities, technology, and any emerging trends his audience should be learning about. His goal is to challenge the way we think and the way we invest, knowing well that this can improve our lives for the better. In this episode, Larry sits down with Jay Martin, a multifaceted personality who dons the hats of a business magnate, investor, ultra athlete, fitness aficionado, devoted husband, and proud father to three boys. Genuinely intrigued, Larry marvels at Jay's vast repertoire, jestingly pondering on what Jay Martin possibly doesn't indulge in. Jay's candid revelation: he abstains from alcohol. Sharing a mutual journey of alcohol abstinence, both Jay Martin and Larry echo the myriad benefits they've reaped. Jay accentuates that mere months into sobriety brought him unparalleled clarity and vitality; an enriched awareness that amplified his engagements and deepened his sense of purpose. Their discussion inevitably gravitates towards the pivotal role of fitness in molding one's psyche and temperance. Jay Martin, who's evolved into a formidable triathlete and ultra marathoner, professes how physical milestones bolster his self-worth. This newfound self-assuredness is palpably evident in his parental approach—marked by patience, empathy, and guidance, rather than domination. The testimonies of both Jay Martin and Larry Hagner underscore the symbiotic relationship between fitness and mental wellness. Consistent physical activity, coupled with mindful living, not only elevates one's self-esteem and vigour but also profoundly impacts our interactions, especially with those we hold dear. www.thedadedge.com/friday122 www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.jaymartin.club
Ralph and Kasim dig into the intricacies of brand consistency, showcasing its undeniable power in the world of marketing. Through a detailed exploration of audience segmentation, we uncover the art of crafting tailored messages for each level of traffic. From the initial intrigue of cold traffic to the final conversion, the marketing funnel is demystified. We also touch upon the dynamic realm of e-commerce, emphasizing the transformative potential of dynamic product ads. Chapters:00:00:00 - Unveiling Marketing Insights from a Mall Visit00:02:04 - Diving Deep into Traffic Segmentation and Modern Media Buying00:08:35 - The Double-edged Sword of Performance Max Smart Shopping00:10:45 - The Evolving Landscape of Fashion: Lessons from the Past, Predictions for the Future00:12:39 - Decoding the Conversion Funnel: Guiding Visitors to Sales00:14:44 - Mastering the Marketing Matrix: The Crucial Role of Levels One and Two in Ad Optimization00:16:43 - A Visual Dive into Audiences of Levels 2-5 on Perpetual Traffic YouTube00:18:34 - Level Two Insights: Engaging the Partially Aware with Video00:21:55 - Best Practices for Scaling Digital Advertising Campaigns00:25:54 - Tailored Marketing: Engaging Audiences at Every Stage with Video and Objection Killers00:30:37 - Captivating Campaigns: The Science Behind Hypnotic Advertising00:33:09 - Harnessing Dynamic Product Ads for Precise Targeting00:36:19 - Crafting the Perfect Funnel: Segmentation Meets Conversion Optimization00:40:52 - Winning Back Shoppers: Level Four Ads for Cart Recovery00:42:34 - Tapping into Level Five Traffic: The Overlooked Goldmine of Digital Marketing00:44:53 - Strategic Segmentation: Directing Traffic for Maximum Conversion00:49:19 - Pivoting Through Algorithmic and Messaging Shifts in Dynamic Marketing Landscapes00:51:26 - Level Five Masterclass: Upselling and Retaining Your Existing Customers00:56:35 - Striking the Right Balance: Algorithmic vs. Manual Interventions in Meta CampaignsLINKS AND RESOURCES:Our templates for Meta platformsEpisode 519: “The ACC Model” Case Study: How To Scale Your Meta Ads Using Google Performance MaxEpisode 145: How To Amplify Your Ecommerce Business Using Facebook AdsReady to rethink your customer acquisition strategy?Tier 11 JobsPerpetual Traffic on YouTubeTiereleven.comSolutions 8 Perpetual Traffic SurveyPerpetual Traffic WebsiteFollow Perpetual Traffic on TwitterConnect with Kasim on Twitter...
Today, I am blessed to have Dr. Robert Lufkin. He is a distinguished physician and a respected medical school professor with affiliations at UCLA and USC. His primary focus lies in applied science, where he passionately explores the intersections of health, longevity, and consciousness. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge Dr. Lufkin is also a prolific author and influential figure in healthcare and education. With a remarkable portfolio of achievements, he has authored over 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 14 books, which have been translated into six different languages, making his knowledge accessible to a global audience. His influence extends beyond the written word. He has been recognized as a renowned speaker, delivering invited lectures and keynotes at prestigious events worldwide. His ability to share valuable insights and expertise has earned him recognition as one of the '100 Most Creative People in Los Angeles' by Buzz Magazine. Dr. Lufkin's mission is to empower people to live fully through a holistic and proactive approach to health and wellness. In this episode, Dr. Lufkin talks about modern medicine. Tune in as he discusses and answers questions about the root causes of chronic diseases, mTOR, weight loss, diabetes, and much more! Pre-Order Dr Robert Lufkin's book Lies I Taught In Medical School here: https://robert-lufkin.mykajabi.com/a/2147657220/463CbhYu / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge [05:19] Addressing the Root Causes of Chronic Diseases: A Wake-Up Call for Modern Medicine · Mainstream medicine often treats chronic diseases with drugs that alleviate symptoms but do not address the root causes. · Chronic diseases extend beyond the well-known four and include obesity, type two diabetes, cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and aging. · Stents and medications like statins do not adequately address the underlying damage to blood vessels, which continues to progress. · Lifestyle changes are crucial because they tackle the root causes and can slow down or even reverse these chronic diseases, unlike prescription drugs that mainly manage symptoms. [11:07] Decoding the Significance of mTOR: A Key Player in Health and Longevity · mTOR, a crucial biological molecule, regulates cell growth and repair based on nutrient availability. · mTOR is linked to numerous chronic diseases and is pivotal in determining longevity and aging. · Balancing mTOR activation and deactivation is crucial for overall health. Modern civilization and food availability have disrupted this balance, with mTOR often remaining constantly active. · Excessive mTOR activation, primarily due to frequent carbohydrate consumption, is associated with chronic diseases and accelerated aging. · Understanding mTOR's role offers insights into preventing chronic diseases and promoting longevity through lifestyle and dietary choices. [21:39] Rethinking Weight Loss: Why Conventional Approaches Aren't Working · The traditional "eat less and exercise more" approach is ineffective in combating weight gain. · Weight gain is primarily driven by the hormone insulin, not just the total calorie intake. · Insulin signals the body to store fat, so certain macronutrients like carbohydrates and glucose play a significant role in fat storage. · Reducing calories from these specific macronutrients, rather than simply reducing overall calorie intake, can be more effective in promoting weight loss. [33:42] The Impact of Insulin and Other Diabetes Drugs on Longevity · High insulin levels, primarily caused by dietary factors, contribute to various chronic diseases and health risks. · While insulin is life-saving for people with type one diabetes during acute episodes, it has long-term adverse effects related to chronic diseases like cancer, heart attack, and Alzheimer's disease. · The manipulation of glucose levels in the body through certain drugs such as Metformin, Rapamycin, and Acarbose highlights their potential for impacting longevity and preventing chronic diseases. However, further research is needed to fully understand their mechanisms and effects on humans. [43:58] Reevaluating the Relationship Between Dietary Fat and Cardiovascular Disease · Blood cholesterol's role in heart attack risk is relatively small compared to factors like type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic disease, and smoking. · Statins, drugs designed to lower blood cholesterol, slightly reduce heart attack risk, but other factors have a more substantial impact. · The low-fat dietary experiment that began in the 1960s and 70s, along with increased sugar consumption and seed oils, may have contributed to the current epidemic of chronic diseases and obesity. AND MUCH MORE! 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I'm so excited to welcome Dr. Morgan Cutlip back to the show. Dr. Morgan has a PhD in psychology, and she's a highly sought-after relationship expert. She knows what it feels like to lose yourself in motherhood and she's determined to help mothers navigate it better. Throughout her career, she has helped hundreds of thousands of people worldwide learn how to form and maintain healthy relationships.Dr. Morgan has been featured On Good Morning America, Teen Vogue, The New York Times, Women's Health Magazine, Mops International, Loveology. Her brand new book, Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself, is available now. In today's episode, we dive into what the research says about striving to be a perfect parent, and tools for managing the realities of motherhood. I love how Dr. Morgan gives examples from her own life showing how competing priorities and unmanaged expectations can lead us to feel like we're failing as parents – and uncovering why we put so much pressure on ourselves. She effectively combines her expertise as a psychologist and experience as a mom together in her book to provide practical tips for how to prioritize our time and check in with ourselves – all in order to show up in ways that bring us more peace. Check out Dr. Morgan's Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself to dive deeper into supporting yourself in parenthood and in life.We also cover…(01:00) Unpacking Identity Conflicts That All Moms Go Through• Read: Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself by Dr. Morgan Cutlip• Identity, your needs vs. the needs of everyone and everything else• Risk in losing touch with your own priorities • Tapping into your personal power to dictate your life• How Kelly's mom influenced her mindset as a mother • Acknowledging and reframing our judgements of other moms • We're not empty nesters, we're bird launchers (11:00) Ideals vs. Reality: Setting Healthy Expectations • Studying the the idealization of motherhood• What does it mean (to you) to be a good mom?• Understanding feelings of guilt, shame, and falling short• How Dr. Morgan's mom influenced her mindset as a mother• How Kelly manages her own expectations in the home• Grieving for your old narrative and accepting the pain of prioritization • Inherent risk in setting impossible standards • Untangling me time vs. work time• Finding untapped power in behavioral change (29:00) Identifying the 5 Components of Intensive Mothering• The Cultural Contradictions of Motherhood by Sharon Hays• Essentialism, believe that other people can dutifully care for your children • Child-centered, know that they can't be your entire world• Fulfillment, understand that being a mother won't complete you• Stimulating, stepping down as entertainment director for the family• Challenging, it doesn't have to be hard to be effective • Decoding a desire to create control over your environment• Removing perfection from parenting • Working with Tina Bryson • Panting positive seeds of personal growth (42:00) Loving Your Kids Without Losing Yourself• Background and meaning of Relationship Attachment Model (RAM)• Intro to the 5 points of connection • Knowing yourself...
What should hiring teams keep in mind as they incorporate new technologies into their recruiting strategy? Will Rose, Chief Technology Officer at Talent Select AI, joins to discuss the future of hiring technology, the influence of AI in recruiting, and more!
Dr. Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dimple Patel, the Associate Dean of Admissions at the University of Minnesota Medical School. They talk about the deliberation process for accepting applicants into medical school. [01:04] Introducing Dimple Patel [01:46] How Medical Schools Deliberate [07:18] Showcase Your Core Competencies [09:41] Tips for Waitlisted Applicants [13:17] What Dimple Patel Would Change About Healthcare Transparency in Medical Schools' Admissions Process When applicants are rejected, they often feel like they're not qualified to become medical students. In reality, there are a lot of factors that affect admissions. For example, the University of Minnesota Medical School allocates 80% of its slots for Minnesota residents, and the remaining 20% for non-residents. As a result, non-resident applicants face much stiffer competition. Each school will have its own criteria and mission that will influence their deliberation process. Applicants would be able to increase their chances of acceptance if they can demonstrate how their personal values align with the institution's own goals. Attributes of Good Medical School Applicants Different medical schools will differ in the core competencies they're looking for. But generally, critical thinking, socio-cultural humility, and an orientation towards service are great attributes. In your application, prove that you possess those qualities by citing your experiences. It's also helpful to share any changes and learning outcomes that you've gained. This will provide the admissions team with further insight into who you are. Tips for Waitlisted and Rejected Applicants If you have not been granted an interview, review your application again. Maybe you can improve how you present your learning outcomes or other core competencies. Include stories of how you overcame challenges in life or when your values were tested. If you have been denied after an interview, it may just be a matter of brushing up on your communication skills. To learn more about how MedSchoolCoach can help you along your medical school journey, visit us at Prospective Doctor. You can also reach us through our social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedSchoolCoach Dr. Erkeda's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctordgram/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/@ProspectiveDoctor
Can a justice system's very culture endanger the sanctity of a trial? The setting of the trial date for Alex Murdaugh on November 27th, concerning his financial crimes against deceased housekeeper Gloria Satterfield, which is among the 101 state charges against him, has brought up a bevy of questions surrounding courtroom ethics in South Carolina. The "Hidden Killers" podcast, hosted by Tony Brueski and featuring psychotherapist and author Shavaun Scott, dug deep into the matter, raising questions about the alleged culture that exists in South Carolina's courtrooms. Brueski began by questioning the legitimacy of Murdaugh's upcoming trial in light of recent allegations of jury tampering involving the clerk of court. "Can this go to trial on the 27th? If, in fact, does go that far or does everything in this courthouse need to be reexamined?" he inquired, hinting at deeper systemic issues that might plague the justice system in South Carolina. Scott responded with palpable concern, saying, "It's shocking to hear about the conversations that the court clerk is alleged to have had." She went on to speculate, "And I would doubt that this is the first time; if this is the way that was happening, this probably is the norm of the culture down there." The culture in question is the "good old boy" system, notorious for its informal, often questionable ways of doing things. This lax attitude, combined with close-knit relationships in a small community, can sometimes lead to the blurring of professional boundaries. As Scott succinctly puts it, "Small community, everybody's friends, and the rules apparently have been not enforced. It's been lax probably for quite some time." Brueski further probes into the psyche of the alleged court clerk, asking if she might have believed her actions were justified or if she was unaware of the severity of her actions. "Would you assume that she thought that this was okay behavior?" Scott, pondering the question, concluded, "Yeah it seems so strange and so apart from the norm that one would think this is not the first time it's happened, that this is just the lady's style." She elaborated, mentioning that while many have vouched for the clerk's good character on the news, it's still plausible for someone to be kind-hearted, yet "clueless and dumb." The discussion naturally circled back to Murdaugh, with both Brueski and Scott concurring that regardless of one's opinion about him, if jury tampering occurred, he is entitled to a fair trial. "He certainly is entitled to a new trial whether you like him or not, or you think he's a horrible human being, which he is if this did take place," Brueski stated. The revelations discussed on "Hidden Killers" have indeed thrown the spotlight on South Carolina's legal system. The allegations suggest that the judicial structure's very culture might be compromising the sanctity of trials. As the Murdaugh case unfolds, the broader implications will likely continue to unravel. With such pressing questions raised about the state's legal culture, one can't help but ponder: How many other courtrooms, unscrutinized and unchecked, might operate under similar, questionable cultures? Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Dr. Greg Kelly discusses nootropics with host Nick Urban. They cover how nootropics function, their pros and cons, and optimal combinations. The talk highlights the importance of balance and context in using nootropics, personal experiences with various stacks, and the role of rest for brain health.Meet our guestDr. Gregory Kelly is a naturopathic physician, Director of Product Development at Neurohacker Collective, and author of Shape Shift, a book exploring body transformation's science and practice. He has a strong background in natural medicine and nutrition, having served as the editor of Alternative Medicine Review and taught at the University of Bridgeport. He has written extensively on natural health, nootropics, anti-aging, weight management, sleep, and chronobiology.Thank you to our partners Outliyr Peak Performance Shop: get exclusive discounts on cutting-edge health, wellness, & performance gear Unlock your built-in regenerative capabilities with the latest Brown's Gas technology (read my review and use code URBAN to save 5%) Gain mental clarity, energy, motivation, and focus with the FREE Outliyr Nootropics Mini-Course Level up your gut health with the most powerful, 28-ingredient, all-on-one Qualia Synbiotic formula (code URBAN saves 15%)Key takeaways The science behind Neurohacker Collective and the specifics behind the research and development of their products How the brain utilizes energy, a whopping 20% of the body's calories The specifics on how neurotransmitters create signals in the brain and nootropics' role in the process How nootropics are resources to synergize brain function The benefits, risks, and side effects of using nootropic substances How to safely experiment with nootropics for your own unique physiologyLinks Watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/-2ekqlCOQLw Full episode show notes: mindbodypeak.com/122Connect with Nick on social media Instagram Twitter YouTube LinkedInEasy ways to support Subscribe Leave an Apple Podcast review Suggest a guestRelated shows EP 119 - Prebiotics, Probiotics, Postbiotics, Sybiotics, & a Fully Bioharmnized Gut EP 80 - Ancient Ayurvedic Wisdom & Modern Longevity Science TipsDo you have questions, thoughts, or feedback for us? Let me know in the show notes above and one of us will get back to you!Be an Outliyr,Nick
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Are you struggling to create a strong visual presence for your brand in today's crowded marketplace? In the latest episode of Life After Corporate, host Deb Boulanger sits down with guest Jordan Duvall, a branding expert with a background in conceptualization. Listen in as they discuss the power of brand images. From the importance of having a strong brand identity and messaging to the pitfalls of not providing enough clarity to creatives, this episode is a must-listen for entrepreneurs looking to elevate their visual storytelling. Building a successful brand is not just about creating a pretty website or fancy marketing materials. And it's so much more than just colors and logos. It's about understanding who you are at your core, what sets you apart, and how to communicate that effectively to your audience. It's about blending strategy, aesthetics, and subconscious cues to create a brand that not only grabs attention but also resonates deeply with your ideal clients. So, remember, your brand is more than just a visual representation—it's a powerful tool that can transform your business and your life. So, trust in your uniqueness, embrace the process, be brave, be intentional, and let your brand shine with authenticity. [00:01- 11:50] The Journey of Brand Development Starting with a simple one-page website to gain confidence Gradual growth and expansion of your brand presence Decoding your brand essence for clarity and conviction Articulating your brand visually to resonate with your audience [11:51 -20:43] Importance of Brand Identity Builds brand recognition and recall Differentiates the brand from competitors Creates a sense of professionalism and credibility Enhances customer trust and loyalty [20:44 - 24:41] The Significance of Scroll-Stopping Content Visual content plays a crucial role in capturing attention on social media Constantly refreshing brand image portfolio to maintain viewer interest Avoid repetition by using different images to keep content engaging Collaboration with branding experts to build a cohesive brand vision [24:42 - 32:50] Styling and Storytelling in Building a Magnetic Brand Styling: Investing in strong typography and visual elements to distinguish your website Storytelling: Using compelling narratives to engage and resonate with your target audience Building a Team: Finding and managing a team that can effectively execute your brand vision Overcoming Overwhelm: Providing guidance and support to navigate the overwhelming process of building a magnetic brand [32:51 - 33:59] Closing Segment Connect with Jordan through the links below Follow us on social media and leave a review Final words Connect with Jordan Duvall Website: https://igniteyoursoulbrand.com/ Freebie: https://igniteyoursoulbrand.com/brand-essence-guide Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/igniteyoursoulbrand/ FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/jordanduvall24 FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100085043425296 Here are some other episodes you may like: Go to https://lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com/ for all episodes Ep 136 Create Your Personality Brand to Attract the Right Clients Ep 132 Using LinkedIn for Personal Branding Insider Tips and Tricks Ep 117 Visibility For Profits Tweetable Quotes: “Guidance from a branding expert can greatly benefit those who may not be creative in certain areas." Jordan Duvall “Find something that you like, use that, grow from there, and then go in and do the deep work, work with a branding expert, to build out your brand and the vision that you have for the future”. Jordan Duvall SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A FIVE-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast to other growing entrepreneurs! Get weekly tips on how to create more money and meaning doing work you love and be one of the many growing entrepreneurs in our community. Connect with me on LinkedIn; https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12656341/ or on Instagram or our website at www.lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com .
On this week's episode of Fully Equipped, GOLF's Jonathan Wall and Ryan Barath are joined by Golf Laboratories' Gene Parente to try and decode Jon Rahm's new mystery putter and break down other potential gear changes being made ahead of the Ryder Cup. Jonathan is then joined by TaylorMade's Patrick Baxter to offer an inside look at the creation of their new Spider Tour putters. The episode then concludes with the Fully Equipped Hotline, featuring a question on what items you do not want to forget on a golf vacation. -- This week's episode of Fully Equipped is brought to you by our official sponsor Golf Pride. Go to golfpride.com and use promo code "fullyequipped" to get free shipping on your next order! Available for all US orders, with no minimum purchase required.
A heady mix of philosophy, physics, and computational theory, this episode is not one to miss for those interested in the frontiers of scientific thought and the mysteries of existence. Cody McLain sits down with Stephen Wolfram, the founder of Wolfram Alpha and a pivotal figure in computational theory. With discussions ranging from the inherent complexities of the universe to the nature of consciousness, listeners are taken on a cerebral journey that challenges conventional wisdom. Whether you're a tech guru, an aspiring entrepreneur, or just someone looking to expand your intellectual horizons, this episode offers something for everyone. Don't miss out on this captivating exploration of life's biggest questions.More on Stephen Wolfram:WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTube, Q&A VideosWhat Is ChatGPT Doing ... and Why Does It Work?Other books hereBooks and other interesting mentions:Wolfram AlphaPodcastsWolfram WritingsA New Kind of Science by Stephen WolframMathematicaDouble Slit ExperimentPrinciple of Computational EquivalenceComputational Irreducibility
Tom welcomes Bob Coleman CEO of Idaho Armored Vaults back to the show. Bob discusses some of the shifts and patterns in the precious metals market this year. He explains that the increase in SLV shares by authorized participants does not necessarily reflect an influx of new investors or a rise in silver purchases. Rather, it could simply indicate the moving of existing supplies. Due to low physical volume, borrowing costs, and short positions in the futures market, sentiment levels have been fluctuating and frustrating investors. Bob also identifies factors such as rising interest rates and competition for assets as key contributors to the lack of physical demand. He notes that as the current trading range for metals continues, the potential for a significant breakout or breakdown also increases. Bob advises investors to stick to buying physical metal and paying in cash rather than using leverage or options, as the market often holds unexpected surprises. Bob reminds listeners to let the information come to them instead of trying to predict the market. He notes that the past months have seen little significant news, leading to a stagnant market. Some investors may not be fully aware of what goes into the digital silver representation of certain financial instruments, presenting a problem for the market. As money shifts away from one asset, it must find a new place to go, and this process takes time to understand. Bob also mentions the current trend of central banks buying gold and how this could impact the market during a crisis. He believes that the silver market, in particular, is oversimplified with an emphasis on paper investments, and that current physical support is growing, but many investors have lost interest due to the absence of news. Bob also mentions the rise in production costs for silver, potentially contributing to its current price compared to other assets. He suggests that rising costs, specifically for copper and gold, could be future factors to push up gold and silver prices. Bob's technical analysis of the silver and gold charts leads him to predict that September could be an interesting month for precious metals, as it tends to be seasonally weak for both metals and the stock market. He also speculates on the possibility of informal controls in China to curb imports and support their currency, leading to a disparity in premiums between the Chinese and Western markets. Bob concludes by noting that physical premiums have dropped significantly in the past year, with American Silver Eagles being the only product with enduring pricing power. He believes that this could lead to a balancing of the market and a potential surge in new buyers, and comments on the Silver Symposium's history of marking low points for silver prices in the past two years. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:55 - SLV ETF & New Shares3:51 - Futures Positioning6:56 - Borrowing Costs & Shorts10:18 - Metals & Market Signals14:12 - Digital Metal Risks16:58 - Trends & Instabilities22:09 - Tax Revenue & Miners25:16 - Silver & Gold Patterns33:16 - China & The West36:48 - Physical Premiums41:40 - Silver Symposium45:45 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode The shifts and patterns in the precious metals market, including low demand, rising production costs, and central bank gold purchases. Bob advises investors to stick to buying physical metal and paying in cash, rather than using leveraged or options, as the market continues to hold surprises. September may be interesting for precious metals and notes potential factors that could push up gold and silver prices. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/profitsplusidWebsite: https://www.goldsilvervault.com/ Bob Coleman is a Registered Investment Advisor since 1992. In 2001, he founded Profits Plus Capital Management, LLC (RIA) and Dollars and Sense Growth Fund. Recognizing the necessity for physical metal storage,
Dr. Lisa Radosta, veterinary behavior specialist, joins the podcast to scatter a PILE of knowledge pearls upon us! This is a wonderful discussion of inter-cat aggression and what vet professionals and clients can do to maximize their chances of success. LINKS: Dr. Radosta Links: https://linktr.ee/drradostadogresources Florida Veterinary Behavior Service: https://flvetbehavior.com/ Dr. Lisa Radosta Homepage: https://drlisaradosta.com/ Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Team Training Course: https://drandyroark.com/on-demand-staff-training/ Dr. Andy Roark Charming the Angry Client Team Training Course: https://drandyroark.com/charming-the-angry-client/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Lisa Radosta graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. She completed a residency in Behavioral Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. During her residency, she was awarded the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists Resident research award two years in a row. Dr. Radosta is the owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a specialty behavior practice in southeast Florida and co-owns Dog Nerds, an online educational resource for owners whose pets have behavior disorders. She is a sought after speaker nationally and internationally. She is a coauthor of several books including: Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat, 4th edition and From Fearful to Fear Free. She is a contributing author for Blackwell's Five Minute Veterinary Consult, Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Canine and Feline Behavior, Decoding your Cat, Canine and Feline Behavior for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses and Feline and Small Animal Pediatrics. Her new textbook, Handbook of Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat, 4th Edition is due out May, 2023. She has published research articles in the Journal of Applied Animal Behavior Science, Journal of Veterinary Behavior and The Veterinary Journal and written review articles for Advances in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Compendium, NAVC, Veterinary Team Brief, Clinician's Brief and AAHA Newstat. She has served on the Fear Free Executive Council and the AAHA Behavior Management Task Force. She has been interviewed for many publications including Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician's Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple, Good News for Pets, Catster, DVM 360 and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, local news in southeast Florida, Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, Steve Dale's Pet Talk and Dogs, CNBC and Cats and Scapegoats.
Introduction In today's episode, we host Dr. Shannon White, a seasoned professional in the healthcare community who's become a leading voice in Lyme disease treatment. Joining her are Rich Johannesen and special guest co-host Tiara Smith, who together will navigate the intricacies of Lyme disease, its co-infections, and the often complex treatment process. The Journey of Dr. Shannon White Dr. White shares her personal and professional journey. Raised in Iowa, she was always a nature enthusiast, which ironically exposed her to ticks and the risk of Lyme disease. Dr. White was fascinated by health and biology from a young age, leading her to choose a career as a chiropractor. However, her quest for knowledge led her to explore further – delving into acupuncture and herbalism. Understanding Lyme Dr. White's passion for learning and dedication to her patients led her to investigate deeper into recurring patterns in their health issues. This journey led her to explore the realm of Lyme disease. The conversation steers into discussing the complications of Lyme disease and its co-infections, where she highlights the importance of tailored treatment plans. Discovering a New Approach Dr. White touches upon a novel approach to diagnosis using a meridian-based machine called The Reflex. This innovative device detects the stress level in the body by analyzing the reactions to vials containing imprints of different viruses and bacteria DNA. Treating Lyme and Co-Infections Dr. White discusses her approach to treating Lyme disease, co-infections, and the challenging process of determining which condition to address first. With the help of DesBio, a series of homeopathic remedies, and customized treatment plans, she has been able to help many of her patients recover. The Nutrition Factor The podcast covers the importance of nutrition in Lyme treatment. Dr. White recommends reducing the intake of dairy, corn, soy, gluten, and sugar to aid in recovery. She also emphasizes the importance of addressing any existing digestive issues. Lyme in Children Dr. White shares her experience treating children with Lyme disease and PANDAS/PANS, describing her joy in seeing them recover. She stresses the importance of listening to patients to fully understand their condition and develop the best treatment plan. Mold as a Co-factor Our conversation takes an unexpected turn when Dr. White discusses the impact of mold on Lyme disease. She shares patient stories where unexplained symptoms and stubborn Lyme cases were finally resolved after addressing hidden mold issues in the patients' environments. Parting Thoughts The podcast concludes with Dr. White sharing what she wishes more people knew about Lyme disease, emphasizing that it's not just deer ticks that can cause the condition. She encourages listeners to be vigilant and informed about this complex disease. Closing Remarks Our co-hosts thank Dr. White for her valuable insights and the knowledge she shared about Lyme disease, promising to continue the conversation in future episodes. Tune in to this episode to learn more about Dr. Shannon White's journey, her approach to treating Lyme disease, and how she is making a difference in the healthcare community.
Unlocking Sustainable Weight Loss: A Conversation with Georgina Quinn In this episode, we delve deep into the world of sustainable weight loss with the remarkable Georgina Quinn, a Health and Weight Loss Life Coach who specializes in rewiring the mind for lasting transformation. Join us as we explore the secrets to achieving and maintaining a healthy body, the role of mindset in the weight loss journey, and Georgina's personal journey of overcoming self-sabotage and unlocking her own potential. Episode Highlights: Meet Georgina Quinn: Get to know our guest, Georgina Quinn, as she shares her inspiring journey from self-sabotage to becoming a renowned Health and Weight Loss Life Coach. The Mind-Body Connection: Georgina explains the crucial role mindset plays in achieving sustainable weight loss and overall well-being. Ditching Diets and Finding Freedom: Discover why traditional diets often fail and how Georgina's approach helps clients break free from the dieting cycle. Georgina's Coaching Philosophy Georgina shares her coaching philosophy, emphasizing that real change starts with understanding and rewiring our thought patterns. The PowHer Retreat Experience Georgina gives a sneak peek into what attendees can expect at the PowHer Retreat, including the transformative sessions and empowering community. Exclusive Discount for Our Listeners use code GEORGINAQUINN and get 10% off your ticket for the upcoming PowHer Retreat. Georgina Quinn's insights into sustainable weight loss and the power of mindset are sure to leave you inspired and ready to embark on your own transformation journey. If you're ready to unlock the secrets to lasting change, be sure to take advantage of the exclusive discount offered in this episode for the PowHer Retreat. Thank you for joining us on this enlightening journey with Georgina Quinn. To learn more about her coaching and the upcoming retreat, visit https://www.decodingweightloss.com Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast episode with others who could benefit from Georgina's wisdom. If you have not already got your ticket to attend the PowHer Retreat grab your ticket here: https://www.bringthegratitude.com/?ref=powher2023 We also want to give a special shout out to our podcast sponsors and Gold Level PowHer Retreat Sponsors: Brenda Varela with Vidafy Global: Vidafyglobal.com/brendavarela Courtnee Downs: https://www.courtneecdowns.com/ Lightly Salted: https://www.lightlysaltedspa.com/ Complete Skin Makeover: https://www.completeskinmakeover.com Unfiltered Entrepreneurs: https://unfilteredentrepreneurs.com Miller Highlights: https://www.millerhighlights.com
This is an Operation Podcast production, connect with us @operationpodcast. Ever wonder how our life experiences can shape our paths and understanding of love and relationships? Join us as we journey alongside Adam Lane Smith, a renowned attachment specialist, as he uncovers his path from a childhood of abuse and neglect to becoming a beacon of understanding and empathy in the field of attachment therapy. Adam's candid narrative offers a compelling look into the power of conscious choices and the courage necessary to confront our deepest fears. Adam joins Ruben to dive deep into modern masculinity, societal pressures, and the unique challenges faced by men in our contemporary society. We champion the importance of supporting one another, establishing male communities, and fostering mutual acceptance. Adam's wisdom shines as we explore the transformative power of honest communication, self-reflection, and love, and the incredible changes they can bring about in our lives and relationships. We then dive deeper into the concept of love as an action and not merely a feeling, and how a balanced relationship with fear can serve as a tool for protection and growth. Adam shares his insights on how individuals can evolve into better versions of themselves by seeking feedback and allowing their partners to express freely. This conversation will leave you reflecting on the importance of setting boundaries in relationships and the significance of consistently checking in with our partners. Join us for this thought-provoking exploration of love, fear, and personal growth! How does Adam live through love? “It is being honest with yourself in each situation about what your fear is driving you to do and then choosing to ask what is best for each person, including yourself, and DOING IT.” "There was a time when I, like many, just thought love and attachment were the same thing - a simplistic equation that didn't need dissecting… We are designed to know what love is, even if we don't get it.” - Adam Lane Smith ----- In this episode, you will learn… Love and attachment are complex interplays of emotions and not simply interchangeable terms. The episode emphasizes the importance of understanding these complexities and the power they hold in shaping our relationships and interactions. Building strong support systems and fostering mutual acceptance and understanding, particularly for men, can significantly impact societal pressures that often leave men feeling emasculated and ashamed. Love is an action, not just a feeling. Setting boundaries, allowing partners to express freely, and consistently checking in with our partners are crucial in creating healthier relationships. Fear can be a tool for protection when balanced with love. Recognizing and understanding this balance can be a powerful tool for personal growth and self-discovery. Honest communication and active listening are vital for improving relationships. By setting guidelines and allowing partners to express themselves, relationships can become stronger and more meaningful. ----- "Find that hero in your story and make yourself that hero.” - Adam Lane Smith About the guest: Adam Lane Smith is a transformative force in the field of personal development and relationships. Leveraging years of professional experience as a licensed psychotherapist, he has honed his craft as a highly sought-after Attachment Specialist and personal coach. Follow Adam @attachmentadam ----- Follow Ruben on Instagram Watch and subscribe to Live Through Love on YouTube
Send me your most annoying narc phrases to decode! Email info (at) theshiftinside dot com The Stop People Pleasing Podcast is back :) Standing up to narcissistic behaviour starts with getting some distance…and what better way to do that than to decode the same old same old nonsense you've heard a million times before. In this episode, I give you three translations of things that narcissists commonly say. Warning! The sarcasm level goes through the roof. My hope is that you will feel lighter and maybe even chuckle. What better way to stand up to these self-centred ego merchants than with a bit of humour
Decoding the Cable Revolution: How 24/7 Politics Shaped a Generation and Our Democracy with Kathryn Cramer Brownell The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Interview Series Welcome back to another episode of The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Interview Series on radio and podcast. I'm Paul Vogelzang, and we're broadcasting from just outside of Washington, D.C. Please check out our show notes today for more information about Smithsonian Associates and their wonderful programs. The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Interview Series is dedicated to fostering thoughtful dialogues on subjects that matter. Today, we have a special guest, Smithsonian Associate Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell, an associate professor of history at Purdue University. She's here to discuss her new book, "24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News." Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell will be appearing at Smithsonian Associates coming up, so please check out our show notes today for specifics on Dr. Brownell's presentation titled: "24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News." As television began to overtake the political landscape in the 1960s, network broadcast companies, bolstered by powerful lobbying interests, dominated screens across the nation. Yet over the next three decades, the expansion of a different technology, cable, changed all of this. Drawing on her new book, 24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News, Kathryn Cramer Brownell tells the story of how the cable industry worked with political leaders to create an entirely new approach to television, one that tethered politics to profits and divided and distracted Americans by feeding their appetite for entertainment—frequently at the expense of fostering responsible citizenship. Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell argues today that cable television itself is not to blame for today's rampant polarization and scandal politics: It's the intentional restructuring of television as a political institution. She describes how cable innovations—from C-SPAN coverage of congressional debates in the 1980s to MTV's foray into presidential politics in the 1990s—took on network broadcasting using market forces, giving rise to a more decentralized media world. Brownell reveals to us how cable became an unstoppable medium for political communication that prioritized cult followings and loyalty to individual brands, fundamentally reshaped party politics, and, in the process, sowed the seeds of democratic upheaval. She also examines how cable created new possibilities for antiestablishment voices and opened a pathway to political prominence for seemingly unlikely figures like Donald Trump by playing to narrow audiences and cultivating division instead of common ground, but how people became tools to cable networks! That, of course, is our guest today, Smithsonian Associate Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell, reading from her new book, 24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News. Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Interview Series on radio and podcast Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell. My thanks to Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell for joining today's show. Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brown will be appearing at Smithsonian Associates coming up, and the title of her presentation is "24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News." Dr. Kathryn Cramer Brownell has written the new book, available at Apple Books, 24/7 Politics: Cable Television and the Fragmenting of America from Watergate to Fox News. My thanks, always, to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show, and my thanks to you, my wonderful, wonderful Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast. Please be well, be safe, and let's talk about better…The Not Old Better Show. Thanks, everybody, and we'll see you next week. Check out Smithsonian Associates HERE: https://smithsonianassociates.org/ticketing/tickets/cable-tv-upended-american-politics
About 6 months into my first year of college, I found myself soliloquizing to some friends about the beauties of suburban life. It struck me immediately that I was longing for a world that I found profoundly boring for 18 years, and had swore to never replicate. I was going to live my big life in cities. Yet the pleasures of driving around open roads amidst constant pockets of civilization and seeing the formation of an unspoken, and distant community that was fostered through nothing more than proximity, still appealed to me in a way my city-dwelling friends couldn't understand. My suburban life in Ohio was quiet and comfortable, and for all it lacked, it also guaranteed a great deal. This has been a bit of an obsession of mine since I moved away from the suburbs. Through college in a cold rural town, to the Atlantic metropolis of London, England, something about suburban America still baffled me. I'd read my fair share of suburban writers, but when I came across a book that strived to understand the weird yet alluring quality that American suburbia presents, I knew I had to read it, with the hope that maybe this would scratch this never-ending itch. Jason Diamond is the author of the 2020 book THE SPRAWL as well a memoir from 2016 called SEARCHING FOR JOHN HUGHES. In addition to his books, he also writes for various publications including NEW YORK MAGAZINE, and GQ, and has a Substack called THE MELT. THE SPRAWL is a new kind of book because it attempts to detail a history of America with the suburb at the center. Diamond is of the suburbs. And his upbringing in a suburb of Chicago, is central to the book itself. THE SPRAWL combines personal anecdotes with heavily researched demographic and geographic data to try to answer the same question that was on my mind. What exactly is special about the American suburb? So this is where we start our conversation. Jason and I speak about his book, the exorbitant amount of driving he did to research it, as well as some of the cultural references that feature in its pages. This conversation about suburbia morphs into a larger one about America. And this is especially evident when we start talking about all the exclusion and racism that is a part of the suburban and American story. Diamond's writing is special because he uses common structures and cultural objects that have made it into the vernacular, to ask questions about the culture he lives in. This is why later in the conversation, when I ask him about his critical process, I call him a chronicler of vibes. So that's what this conversation is. It starts with the suburbs, but then progresses into the two of us simply tryna gauge where the vibes are at. The Melt Substack THE SPRAWL References American Pastoral - Philip Roth John Cheever Bowling Alone - Robert D. Putnam Recommendations Grace Paley Short Stories Sag Harbor - Colson Whitehead Crook Manifesto - Colson Whitehead The Righteous Gemstones I Could Not Believe It - Sean DeLear @tejassrin on Twitter
On today's episode, Ari spoke with the best-selling author and historian of English and American history Nick Bunker about the Mayflower Pilgrims and how the Hebrew intellectual and religious tradition shaped their world, and ultimately birthed the United States of America. Along the way they talked about how Nick, a Roman Catholic from London, spent his most formative years immersed in the Jewish community of the Upper West Side of Manhattan; the importance of King James I; the rise of English interest in Biblical Hebrew; the origins of the Puritans; why the Pilgrims were fascinated by the medieval Jewish scholar Maimonides; Nick's career in investment banking and how it molded his work as a historian; and much more! Guest Quote“And one of the things you have to do as a historian is to show that process by which the events in one country and the other country interacted with each other. Information flowed back and forth, people flowed back and forth. There was a transatlantic economy that was created which linked England, New England, Virginia, the West Indies. And it was through these kind of interflows back and forth that this kind of Atlantic world was created. And that was how the United States eventually came into being from this process of kind of interaction.” - Nick Bunker Time Stamps* (:01) Intro* (04:49) Connection between American and English history* (07:13) Nick's journey* (18:52) Significane of King James I * (21:39) Origins of the Puritans* (24:42) Biblical book of kings influence on non-conformists* (28:11) Decoding the Puritan Quadrilateral* (32:07) The rise of English interest in Biblical Hebrew* (36:19) Unmasking the original Thanksgiving* (37:04) Maimonides and the Pilgrims* (40:18) Judaic impact on history * (46:13) Jewish political and intellectual influence on England* (51:08) Fueling curiosity amidst demanding careers* (54:28) Sneak peek into Nick's new book Good Faith Effort is a production of SoulShop, Bnai Zion, and Caspian Studios LinksFollow Ari on Twitter Find out more about Nick In the Shadow of Fear: America and the World in 1950 Making Haste from Babylon: The Mayflower Pilgrims and Their World: A New History An Empire on the Edge: How Britain Came to Fight AmericaWatch on YouTube
The world of crime podcasts has been in constant flux with information, conspiracies, and discussions. The recent episode of "Hidden Killers" with Tony Brueski, featuring psychotherapist and author Shavaun Scott, was no exception. Their focus? Asa Ellerup, the estranged wife of Rex Heuermann, the suspected Long Island serial killer, and her bizarre recent requests. "Why would the spouse of an accused serial killer want back nearly 300 guns taken from their home in the middle of an investigation?" This intriguing question was at the heart of the conversation between Brueski and Scott. Asa's behavior post the accusations against her husband is perplexing, to say the least. Brueski observed, "The optics are totally off. I've never seen anyone, the spouse of someone who's accused of being a horrible person. Acting this way. It seems very tone-deaf." He draws attention to her aloofness amidst serious allegations against her husband. This move, demanding the guns amidst an investigation, further projects an image of nonchalance that's perplexing. Scott shared her insight on the topic, "It does give a very odd vibe. It seems strange. And the first thought that came into my mind when I heard that is she's desperate for money and wants to sell all these guns." She further hypothesized about Asa's personality traits, suggesting quirks or aloof behavior that might have been characteristic of her long before the allegations against her husband emerged. Brueski added more to the pot, expressing bewilderment at the police's approach. "The police have said the initially they've said we don't think she's done anything. She's fine. She can there, although there has not as far as we're aware yet been any sort of interviews done directly with her, which I also find very odd." The host seems to suggest that Asa's increasingly eccentric behavior might eventually lead the police to look into her role, if any, more deeply. Scott weighed in, "It sure seems to be unusual behavior and not a, you know, a person with insight. And of course you can be a very odd person and not have any insight and aloof is a good word." She is clear to clarify that odd behavior doesn't necessarily equate with being involved in the crimes. Her concern mirrors that of Brueski - the absence of an interview between the police and Asa. In the intricate world of crime and its investigation, the public is often enthralled by the macabre and mysterious. In this case, the spotlight, while majorly on Rex Heuermann, also falls curiously on Asa Ellerup. She appears to be an enigma wrapped in a puzzle, and her latest moves have only increased the public's interest in her. The podcast episode delves into the peculiarities of behavior and the complexities of human psychology. In a chilling situation involving murder allegations, Asa Ellerup stands out as a character that baffles both experts and enthusiasts alike. As the episode concludes, Brueski observes, "This seems like it might have been a very bizarre household as well. Yes. And these are just people who are bizarre. Yeah. They just didn't quite fit into normal, polite society, I think." Indeed, as listeners and readers, we are left pondering: Is it just eccentricity or does the Ellerup household hold more dark secrets than we know? Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
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Ever wondered what it really means to face your fears? Or how deeply our personalities can influence our relationships? Join us as we dissect these mysteries and more in our enlightening conversation with Cat Larsen. Together, we unravel the intricacies of mental health, uncovering how the power of agency can sometimes be a double-edged sword. Delving into the often-avoided topic of anxiety, we highlight the benefits of facing fears head-on and the danger of losing oneself when getting too entangled in others' affairs.We further discuss the fascinating realm of human behavior and relationships, considering how diverse personality traits can both complement and clash in various interactions. Decoding the unique needs of 'reds', 'blues', 'yellows' and 'whites', we offer insights on how to navigate these interactions effectively. This episode is packed with a wealth of wisdom, from understanding the roots of our emotions, the importance of investing in relationships, to tackling the phenomenon of analysis paralysis. So, tune in and join us on this enlightening journey to better understand yourself and the world around you.Take the Personality and Character Profiles at TaylorHartman.com. Send questions and comments to Taylor@TaylorHartman.com Or Cathy@TaylorHartman.com with “Podcast” in the subject line.
Imagine a world where our understanding of dog bites and aggression is rooted more in fact than fear, and where we can coexist harmoniously with our canine companions, regardless of breed. Welcome to that world, as we navigate it with our guide for this episode, Janice Bradley, the eminent author and revered Director of Communications and Publications at the National Canine Research Council. Graced with her depth of knowledge and wealth of experience, we dissect the misconceptions shadowing dog bites, and unravel the truth underpinning aggressive dog behavior. The Aggression in Dogs ConferenceThe Bitey End of the Dog Bonus EpisodesThe Aggression in Dogs Master Course and Expert Webinar Bundle --- LIMITED TIME SPECIAL OFFERABOUT JANIS:Janis Bradley is a science writer, specializing in the role of bias, particularly related to breed, in policy making regarding canine/human relationships, and serves as the Director of Communications and Publications at the National Canine Research Council. She has written a peer reviewed policy paper on dog bites, which contains a full literature review of the scientific papers on that topic. She has authored papers in peer reviewed journals on various related topics, most currently having collaborated with a veterinary epidemiologist on a series of studies reviewing the use of behavior evaluations administered to dogs living in shelters: “No better than flipping a coin: Reconsidering canine behavior evaluations in animal shelters,” “What is the evidence for reliability and validity of behavior evaluations for shelter dogs? A prequel to ‘No better than flipping a coin,'” and “Saving Normal: A new look at behavioral incompatibilities and dog relinquishment to shelters.” Additional peer reviewed publications include “Who is minding the bibliography? Daisy chaining, dropped leads, and other bad behavior using examples from the dog bite literature,” and “Defaming Rover: Error-Based Latent Rhetoric in the Medical Literature on Dog Bites.” All of this comes from an abiding interest in finding the very best information about the remarkable relationship between dogs and people. She maintains a research library for the National Canine Research Council for use by academics, dog professionals, media, and the public.Janis first pursued a career as a college teacher, counselor, and administrator. Leaving academia in 2000, she took up her passion for the human-canine relationship professionally, teaching more than 400 aspiring professional dog trainers over a 10 year period at the San Francisco SPCA Academy for Dog Trainers, at that the time the first science based program of its kind, while maintaining a private behavior consultation practice. She now lives in rural New York with her rescued Greyhound, Tommy.Support the show
In this insightful episode, we're privileged to host Jenna Quentin of Adjust Your Media Inc., a maven who champions the cause of making chiropractic care accessible through the power of stories. Having transformed countless chiropractic practices with her savvy social media strategies and the Adjust Your Marketing Blueprint membership, Jenna's expertise stems not just from her vast content creation background, but also from the profound impact chiropractic care has had on her own family. Here's a glimpse of what we delve into: Decoding the type of content that deeply resonates with patients and potential clients, given the intricate nuances of the chiropractic profession. A timely discussion: Are there specific days or hours that promise more engagement for chiropractors, especially in regions like the UK, Australia, and the USA? For those managing their social media in-house, Jenna shares invaluable tools and resources to streamline the process and enhance effectiveness. Measuring success is pivotal. Jenna elucidates how chiropractors can gauge the impact of their social media campaigns and calculate a tangible ROI. What's the golden balance between minimal and optimal when it comes to posting schedules? For all this and more, tune in to this enriching episode. Thanks for all you do. Keep saving lives. Angus Links: For Done-For-You services and more: www.jennaquentin.com To learn more about Adjust Your Marketing Blueprint: www.adjustyourmedia.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adjustyourmedia Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/184312512951191 Bio: With Adjust Your Media Inc., Jenna Quentin helps chiropractors change more lives using the power of stories. She manages social media accounts and has a new membership, Adjust Your Marketing Blueprint. She also provides keynote talks and live training events. After years of creating content for websites, newspapers, businesses & magazines, she wanted to make chiropractic more accessible to other families, sharing the ADIO message of health with the world. This choice came from the personal benefits she and her family of 4 children experienced under chiropractic care.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the seventh episode of the new season, paranormal researcher Morgan Knudsen and true crime writer Mike Browne unravel the strange psychology and evidence behind the 2023 UAP hearings of the United States Congress. Along with Dean Bertram, PhD., come with us as we ask the hard questions and challenge the testimony of the bizarre claims of aliens and UFOs which took the world by storm this summer. Was it real? We'll let you decide. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, Melina Palmer speaks with ethnographer Dr. Felicity Heathcote-Marcz about the significance of ethnographic research in understanding customer behavior and organizational culture. Ethnography, a research methodology rooted in anthropology, has found new relevance in the business world. Felicity explains that ethnographic research involves immersing oneself in the studied context, actively interacting with people, and collecting qualitative data to gain deep insights. The episode emphasizes ethnography's value in the transport industry, highlighting various projects that have uncovered valuable insights into future mobility trends and incident management. Felicity also addresses challenges such as time constraints and the Hawthorne Effect. Business professionals looking to make informed decisions and improve organizational culture will find this episode informative and practical, offering a comprehensive introduction to ethnographic research and its applications. In this episode: Uncover the profound effects that ethnographic research has on interpreting customer behavior and shaping organizational culture. Tackle the burdens of integrating ethnographic research into a business context and explore practical solutions. Gain an understanding of the longitudinal character and direct benefits of ethnographic research. Deconstruct the Hawthorne effect and its significant role in any research project you might take on. Discover the emerging role of behavioral science and nudges in revolutionizing transportation research. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, Melina Palmer introduces the episode and the guest, Dr. Felicity Heathcote-Marcz. She mentions that ethnography is an important method for understanding customers and lays the groundwork for the upcoming episode on observation skills with Christian Madsbjerg. 00:02:21 - What is Ethnographic Research?, Dr. Felicity Heathcote-Marcz explains that ethnographic research originated in anthropology and involves studying cultures and local contexts to gain a deep understanding of people and their behaviors. She discusses how ethnography has evolved and how it is now used in business to gain insights into customers and organizational culture. 00:08:29 - Role of an Organizational Ethnographer, Dr. Felicity Heathcote-Marcz describes her role as an organizational ethnographer at Atkins, an engineering and transport consultancy. She explains that she studies the culture within organizations, conducts research on future trends in the transport industry, and collects immersive data by observing and interacting with customers in their natural environments. 00:11:05 - Impact of Ethnography on Organizations, Felicity discusses how ethnography can provide organizations with a deeper understanding of their customers and employees. She explains that ethnographers can identify opportunities for improvement, inform decision-making, and facilitate cultural change within organizations. 00:13:26 - Ethical Considerations in Ethnographic Research, Felicity emphasizes the importance of reflexivity and self-awareness in ethnographic research. 00:16:19 - Ethnographic Methodologies in Business Contexts, Felicity discusses the challenges of utilizing ethnographic methodologies in a business context, where time constraints often limit the depth and richness of the data collected. While some purist academic ethnographers may object to condensed time periods, Felicity suggests spending as much continuous time as possible with a specific group to establish rapport and gain valuable insights. 00:18:09 - Accompanied Drives and Ethical Considerations, Felicity explains her approach to conducting accompanied drives, where she sits in the passenger seat with the driver and encourages them to share their thoughts and experiences. She emphasizes the importance of maintaining participant anonymity and establishing trust to overcome suspicion and encourage open communication. 00:21:28 - Nudges and Behavioral Science in Transportation, Felicity discusses her work with local transport authorities in the UK, focusing on designing behavioral nudges to encourage residents to shift from private cars to public transport or active modes of travel. She highlights the importance of considering contextual factors, such as weather and incentives, to effectively change behavior. 00:25:10 - The Effectiveness of Nudges in Shifting Behaviors, Felicity presents findings from a study conducted in Manchester, where text message nudges were used to encourage walking, cycling, or using public transport for commuting. The results revealed that the effectiveness of nudges varied depending on contextual factors, such as weather, and suggested that larger incentives may be needed to change behaviors in unfavorable conditions. 00:31:44 - Social Pressure and Incentives for Mask-Wearing, The discussion focuses on the social pressure that exists regarding mask-wearing in different countries and contexts. In some places, there is a need to set up schemes to incentivize mask-wearing, while in others, people automatically conform and penalize those who don't. 00:33:05 - Importance of Ethnographic Research, Ethnographic research is highlighted as a valuable approach to understanding differing opinions and behaviors. By taking interlocutors seriously and stepping into their worlds, researchers can gain insights into their motivations and beliefs. This approach requires being present and observing without bias or preconceived notions. 00:34:13 - Understanding Beliefs and Motivations, Ethnographic research delves beyond surface-level behaviors and artifacts to uncover the deep-seated beliefs, cultural influences, and personal experiences that shape people's actions. By exploring these underlying factors, researchers can gain a comprehensive understanding of individuals and their perspectives. 00:36:22 - Immersion and Risk in Ethnographic Research, To truly understand certain contexts and realities, ethnographers may need to immerse themselves in potentially risky situations. This could involve not wearing a mask in a non-mask space or accompanying individuals into dangerous environments. Immersion allows for a more accurate and complete depiction of people's experiences and challenges. 00:38:16 - Conclusion Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. 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In this thought provoking episode, we delve deep into the mind of one the most notorious notorious figures in criminal history: Ed Gein. But our journey is not one of sensationalism or morbid curiosity. Instead, we navigate the maze of factors and influences the sculpted Gein's actions, seeking a comprehensive understanding rather than mere shock value. Joined by Dr. Jerrod Brown, a renowned figure in forensic and neuro criminology, we shine a spotlight on the critical facets of this case: Holistic Understanding: The paramount importance of assessing clients from a holistic viewpoint, emphasizing factors that may have roots as far back as prenatal stages. Social Isolation's Grip: Exploring how Gein's isolation magnified his social skills deficits and the broader implications of this in the realm of criminal behavior. Building Attachments: Drawing parallels between solid attachment patterns and the foundation of house, and understanding how trauma can fracture these pivotal links. Trauma Informed Care: A reminder of the ground breaking TIDES model and its value in recognizing and addressing the cracks that trauma inflicts on our mental foundations. This episode is a clarion call for all Human Service Professionals! It emphasizes the need for early recognition, comprehensive understanding, and proactive intervention, drawing lessons from history to shape a safer future. Join us in this exploration, as we aim to equip our listeners with the insights they need to potentially recognize and divert paths that may lead to future tragedies. Valuable/related links below!! Trauma, Resilience, and Self Care Strategies program Become a Neuro Criminology Informed Professional! The Paragon Group The Criminologist You Tube channel
Ever thought about how the world of disease and diagnosis can sometimes seem like a complex mystery? We're pulling back the curtain on a medical conundrum that's been dubbed the "great masquerader" in this intriguing episode featuring Dr. Yusuf Saleeby, a pioneering Lyme literate doctor in South Carolina. Together, we delve into the enigma of Lyme disease, often misdiagnosed due to its chameleon-like ability to mimic other illnesses. From its eccentric manifestations to its relation with multiple infections, we unravel the threads that make Lyme disease the complex riddle that it is.Dive deeper with us as we explore a side of Lyme disease often overlooked – its psychiatric manifestations. Hear the riveting story of a young marine biologist whose diagnosis of Lyme disease brought about an unexpected improvement in her mental health. We also touch upon the challenges of diagnosing Lyme, its prevalence in South Carolina, and Dr. Saleeby's invaluable insights for those on the quest for diagnosis and treatment. So, join us in this journey to decode the mystery of Lyme disease, gain a deeper understanding of its varied presentations, and navigate the path to recovery.https://www.jacksonfamilyministry.comhttps://bobslone.com/home/podcast-production/