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Just Matt and CJ
Nebraskan Sonic | 11.15.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 70:30


Did You Know that Sonic the Hedgehog was originally going to be from Nebraska? Well, that's until the Japanese creators actually visited Nebraska personally, and they changed their minds quickly. Learn about that and more fun facts on today's Did You Know segment! Emily ponders the question - is it bad to be really good at bar sports? CJ and Spenny think so, especially after listening to Em's recent story about a friend of hers who is AMAZING at foosball.  And it turns out all those people involved in the recent FTX crypto scandal were living and working together somewhere in the Bahamas where they were all getting sexy with one another. Matt Bearden reports in today's Weird or Wired some truly hot goss from some cryptocurrency scam artists.  Bye.Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Board Game Snobs
Episode 232: Just Say Yes to Andor No to Great Western Trail

Board Game Snobs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 33:04 Transcription Available


The Snobs rant, rave, discuss, mention in passing and review these things: Intro (00:45), listener email about Andor and ensuing lengthy **SPOLIER** discussion about such (2:25), Did You Know (11:45), marriage proposals (13:35), Great Western Trail First Edition (22:28), and a lively discussion (aka argument) about “what is a rondel” ensues. Enjoy!! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts and tell your friends about the Board Game Snobs Podcast. Enjoy! To Join Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bgsnobs To Join our Facebook Group: Board Game Snobs Facebook Group For merch: https://sirmeeple.com/collections/board-game-snobs For questions, comments or general adulation: Send voice memos to boardgamesnobs@gmail.com Special thanks to Ben Maddox for the intro and outro. Check him out for further podcasting goodness at https://fivegamesfordoomsday.com/ and his fantastic YouTube videos for Dice Tower, "Design Notes" at The Dice Tower's Design Notes with Ben Maddox

Friday Island Podcast
S2E46: Over the Garden Wall

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:40


Brrr, doesn't that cool autumn wind just make you wanna explore a liminal space between life and death, fall and winter, cute and creepy? Well, the boys sure did! Besides, autumn wouldn't be complete without Over the Garden Wall!Have you seen the elusive short film that inspired this iconic animated mini-series? What major differences are there between the original concept for the mini-series, and the final product? Do you know all the names of Greg's frog off the top of your head? And is that frog the key to unlocking the mysteries of The Unknown?You're welcome to bring along your talking blue bird or your own special frog, just please don't tell Jason Funderberker about it.

The Happy Executive Woman Podcast
70 Black Women are Dying Trying to Leave a Legacy at Their Jobs

The Happy Executive Woman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:30


It wasn't that they were incapable.My client had hired them for their skill sets, but her insecurities kept her from trusting her team and drew a wedge between her and her spouse. She realized that hiring a team of experts in their field and then not allowing them to stand in their genius was hurting her performance, the way her male counterparts precede her as a leader, and her marriage.Tune into this week's episode, Black Women are Dying Trying to Leave a Legacy at Their Jobs, to hear more about her story, and the things that you should be made aware of.What You Learn:If you've been breaking your back trying to leave an impossible legacy at work, you are NOT aloneA list of things you should no longer tolerate or be available for in the workplace The importance of having the right people in your corner to support you through your healingInstead of being trapped in the system, make the system work for you!Featured on the Show:Check out my newsletter titled “Did You Know” on LinkedIn that covers Leadership and Personal Development Topics for Women, teaching you how to lead confidently and consciously using practical and spiritual concepts.Begin your healing journey by joining the Relationship Architect Academy and find the support you need today!Get on the Waitlist for my upcoming community for healing and supporting my Black and Brown sisters!Reach out to me on our Contact PageLearn more about how you can work directly with meLove the show? Leave a review of the show in Apple Podcasts (click the link to find out how).Follow me on Instagram!Find me on Facebook!

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast
Can You Pass The American Citizenship Test?

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 30:38


Host Wisecracking Blonde Christina gives guests Vianca and Noah 20 questions from the American Citizenship test. Take the test and see how many you know! Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Trivia Podcast is designed to make you laugh a lot and learn a little, too! Keywords: Trivia, Test, Quiz, Game show, Did You Know, Citizenship test, American civics, American history

Drum Channel Podcast
S2 E30 - Billy's Bubble Podcast featuring Liberty DeVitto

Drum Channel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 38:57


Welcome to this week's Drum Channel Podcast featuring Billy Amendola and Liberty DeVitto. Today Liberty joins Billy in the studio for episode 2 of their “Did You Know?” Series on “Billy's Bubble” to honor the east coast session legend, Gary Chester. DeVitto, who's played on over 150,000 selling albums with Billy Joel, listens and talks about all things drums and drumming with Amendola on recordings by Chester as well as their recording sessions and more. Enjoy this casual conversation between two long-time friends about their favorite drummers.

Friday Island Podcast
S2E45: Severance

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 45:56


Spooky season may be over and the Silent Hill/Dead by Daylight fog has finally lifted, but now there's a big office building with a bunch of goats, awkward people, and cards with instructions on how to fight people, it's like the world's strangest petting zoo... Or the boys are just talking about Severance—yeah that's probably it.Do you know where the show was filmed, or that the street address is a reference to a major real-world company? How much was written for Rickon's lackluster self-help book? Why does the eerie Main Titles theme strike such a chord with you—pun intended. And what even happened in this show? Oh yeah, there are theories in this one, a show like this doesn't have an episode without a whole lot of theorizing; so please, wear your tinfoil hats as you determine which numbers look friendly and which look scary.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday: ”Thinking Like an FBI Profiler: Using the Neuroscience of Curiosity to Improve Learning.”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 11:24


“What interests me in life is curiosity, challenges, the good fight with its victories and defeats.” Paulo Coelho   “What interests me in life is curiosity, challenges, the good fight with its victories and defeats.”--Paulo Coelho Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast where we bridge the gap between theory and practice, with strategies, tools and ideas we can all use immediately, applied to the most current brain research to heighten productivity in our schools, sports environments and modern workplaces. I'm Andrea Samadi and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results. Like you, I'm interested in learning and applying the research, to our everyday life. On today's episode #256 and this week's Brain Fact Friday, I wanted to take what we learned from Dr. Chantel Prat earlier this week on EP#255[i], and her book The Neuroscience of You[ii], and dive a bit deeper to increase our learning with whatever it is we are interested or curious about.  At the end of our interview with Dr. Prat, I shared how much I learned about myself from reading her book, and how learning inspires me (which is why I am motivated to keep producing podcast episodes that can help all of us take our results to new heights—with what we are learning and applying here, and why I'm always looking to fill in the gaps in with my knowledge). Do you know what I mean here? Have you ever found someone who knows something that you don't know, (you notice the knowledge gap) and then you were motivated, or even energized to glean their knowledge to enhance your life? I know that each of us will be curious about something in the world and I'm so grateful that you've chosen this podcast to learn from, along with me. I'm always looking to answer the question “What is it that YOU'RE curious about?” so I can create episodes that are helpful, and Chapter 7 of Dr. Prat's book dives much deeper into the research behind curiosity and the brain, that I know will help you with whatever it is you are working on, or those you hope to motivate around you, but today, my goal to inspire you, even energize you a bit, when I show you WHAT happens in our brain when we are curious, WHY being curious prepares our brain for learning, and how we can use this to inspire those around us to naturally want to learn more. On this episode we will learn:  ✔ What happens to our brain when we are curious. ✔ Why being curious prepares our brain for learning. ✔ How we can inspire OURSELVES and OTHERS to naturally want to learn more and make learning unforgettable. Now, just before writing this episode, something caught my eye, and my curiosity was piqued, pulling my attention towards something I found to be interesting. NOTE—this is why it's important to turn off your phone (or put it away) when you need to focus.  I didn't do this, and my eye was caught by an ad that was right in line with my area of interest (which is a whole other story how we are all targeted daily to buy things based on what we search for on the internet, or even what we are talking about)  but this ad drew me to a class from Former Special FBI Agent John Douglas (where the Netflix series MindHunter[iii] was created based on his work, and his book MindHunter[iv]). This class, called How to Think Like an FBI Profiler[v] changed how I saw this week's Brain Fact Friday and I'm grateful that I had a chance to learn something new from being curious. On today's episode I not only want to cover the psychology and neuroscience of curiosity, and how we can use this trait to improve our learning, but I want to do this through the eyes of an FBI Profiler and what my curiosity helped me to learn.  Former Special Agent John Douglas (and his masterclass) taught me many tips for becoming a MindHunter and recognize the signs of bad people, or ways to avoid violent criminals, but for this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to focus on how to use our curious mind to understand ourselves better, with our brain in mind, by profiling OURSELVES first. Once we have a solid understanding of WHO we are, how our own brains are wired, and what drives us to perform on a daily basis, then we can extend our knowledge to improve our understanding of others we live with, work with, or interact with. Like Dr. Prat's book said, it all begins with “The Neuroscience of You.” So for this week's Brain Fact Friday, it's about YOU. DID YOU KNOW that “curiosity is a mental state that both precedes and facilitates learning? Put simply, curiosity is the subjective feeling one gets when their brain wants to take in a piece of information in front of them. As a result, the more curious you feel in any given situation, the more prepared your brain is to remember what happens next.” (Chantel Prat, The Neuroscience of You). “When you explore, and satisfy your curiosity, your brain floods your body with dopamine, which makes you feel happier”[vi] and Mattias Gruber tells us in his TED Talk that “current research says it's not only intellect that predicts academic achievement, but our levels of curiosity that predict success in school.”[vii] DID YOU ALSO KNOW “that when we are curious, 2 parts of the brain light up (our midbrain and nucleus accumbens)” (Dr. Gruber)  and these are the SAME areas that light up when we anticipate a reward, like food or money? Dr. Gruber says this is the brain's “wanting” system which is another way to look at why being curious motivates us to want to learn, driving us to study, persevere and seek new information. Dr. Prat wrote about Dr. Gruber's work in her book. She said that “according to the Prediction, Appraisal, Curiosity  and Exploration (PACE) Framework recently developed by Matthias Gruber and his former mentor, your curiosity in any given situation depends on what you already know about the world….(and that) your curiosity gets piqued when something either surprises you based on what you thought you knew, or because you experienced a knowledge gap—a type of mental conflict that occurs when you need more information before deciding what to do in a given situation.” Prat elaborates with what curiosity looks like in the brain by saying that I interpret this to mean that our brain thinks that what we are learning, eventually will lead to something rewarding, and it releases dopamine to keep us motivated to learn whatever it is we've deemed to be important, or this thing we are curious about. I think this is a HUGE discovery when it comes to understanding our brain and learning.   So how can we inspire curiosity in those around us (those we are teaching, or coaching) or even those we live with and interact with to inspire learning? Think Like an FBI Profiler, and Profile Yourself: Or keep studying, learning and improving your knowledge of yourself. Do you know how you learn best? Not just your learning style, but Dr. Prat's book covers reinforcement learning, and how some people learn equally as well from when things go better than expected or from disappointing things. Some people she says are “carrot learners” and move through life with their brain strengthening the connections between good actions and the context they were in, and some people are “stick learners” or avoiders and move through life avoiding disappointing situations. Once we know how we learn best, it's much easier to take this knowledge and apply it to how others learn best. Build Lessons Around What Your Students Are ALREADY Interested In: The research did show that “curiosity increases learning and acts like a vortex that draws in what you're interested to learn and also sucks in a lot of things around it” so if you are creating lessons for your students, tie in something you know they are already interested in learning, the new information you want to teach, and it will better chance of being remembered. This is exactly what happened to me when I sat down to write this episode, and got sucked like a vortex into taking the How to Think Like an FBI Profiler course. We had already been talking about Theory of Mind with Dr. Prat, (what I already know about the world) so I naturally wondered what else could I learn from a pioneer in criminal profiling. Nothing could have ripped me away from listening to this course, and filling in my knowledge gaps.  Do you know what are your students interested in? How can you fill in their knowledge gaps and make your lessons stick? Tie this concept into what you are teaching it will make learning unforgettable for those you've connected with at this deep, brain level. To review this week's Brain Fact Friday, DID YOU KNOW that “curiosity is a mental state that both precedes and facilitates learning?” (Dr. Prat) DID YOU ALSO KNOW “that when we are curious, two parts of the brain light up (our midbrain and nucleus accumbens)” (Dr. Gruber) and these are the SAME areas that light up when we anticipate a reward, like food or money? Curiosity energizes us by tapping into the brain's “Wanting System” urging us to want to go out and seek new information. So, if we want learning to stick for our students, piquing their curiosity is one way, that brain research says will do this, inspiring learning, so it's unforgettable. After writing this episode, I wonder, what made you curious to learn more? Once you know this, you have a powerful “secret” that you can use for yourself and others. I'll see you next week! REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #255 with Dr. Chantel Prat, on “The Neuroscience of You: How Every Brain is Wired Differently and How to Understand Yours” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/chantel-prat-phd-on-the-neuroscience-of-you-how-every-brain-is-wired-differently-and-how-to-understand-yours/ [ii] The Neuroscience of You: How Every Brain is Different and How to Understand Yours by Chantel Pratt, Ph.D published August 2, 2022 https://www.amazon.com/Neuroscience-You-Every-Different-Understand/dp/1524746606 [iii] Netflix Series Mindhunter https://www.netflix.com/title/80114855 [iv] MindHunter: Inside the Elite Serial Crime Init by John Douglas Published November 26, 1998 https://www.amazon.com/Mindhunter-Inside-Elite-Serial-Crime-ebook/dp/B000FC0RRY [v] How to Think Like an FBI Profiler by Former Special FBI Agent John Douglas https://www.masterclass.com/classes/john-douglas-teaches-how-to-think-like-an-fbi-profiler [vi] The Science of Curiosity https://curiosity.britannica.com/science-of-curiosity.html#:~:text=When%20you%20explore%20and%20satisfy,curiosity%20again%20in%20the%20future. [vii]This is Your Brain on Curiosity | Matthias Gruber | TEDxUCDavisSalon  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmaTPPB-T_s&t=464s

The Happy Executive Woman Podcast
69 Women in Leadership Suffer in Silence

The Happy Executive Woman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 9:18


It's no secret that workplace stress can cause many mental, physical, and emotional ailments, from people having strokes at their desks to others completely losing it and committing violent acts in and outside of the workplace. Join me inside the episode as I share with you how women in leadership suffer in silence, the reasons why they suffer in silence and the effects that it has on their bodies, their minds, and their self-esteem. See you inside… What You Learn:How you tell others how to treat you The importance of standing up for yourself in the workplace and beyond Examples of the damage workplace stress can cause if left unattended Some tough love questions to ask yourself in order to take charge of your workplace stress today! Featured on the Show:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/women-leadership-suffer-silence-anita?trk=public_post_feed-article-content (Check out my newsletter titled “Did You Know” on LinkedIn) that covers Leadership and Personal Development Topics for Women, teaching you how to lead confidently and consciously using practical and spiritual concepts. Listen to Episode 24, https://anitacharlot.com/podcast/how-to-manage-end-of-year/ (“How to Manage End-of-Year Planning and Overwhelm”) as talked about in the episode Find my https://the-happy-executive-woman.captivate.fm/episode/menopause-series-part-1 (Menopause Series) from last October celebrating National Menopause Month  Get on the https://relationshiparchitectacademy.mykajabi.com/for-my-black-and-brown-sisters (Waitlist for my upcoming community) for healing and supporting my Black and Brown sisters! Reach out to me on our https://anitacharlot.com/contact (Contact Page) https://anitacharlot.com/services/ (Learn more about how you can work directly with me) Love the show? Leave a review of the show in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-happy-executive-woman-podcast/id1575829025 (Apple Podcasts (click the link to find out how)). https://www.instagram.com/anitacharlot (Follow me on Instagram!) Find me on https://www.facebook.com/anita.charlot (Facebook)!

Just Matt and CJ
Hollow Wien | 10.31.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 65:24


Happy Halloween, you gorgeous animal. Enjoy this special Halloween episode featuring a special Did You Know and other segments featuring fun Halloween facts (and factoids).   Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Friday Island Podcast
S2E44: Dead by Daylight

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 47:58


Hey, remember that thick fog that settled over Friday Island during our recent Silent Hill episode? It's still here and it's only gotten worse... Also giant spider legs are reaching out of the fog and snatching people out of their homes, so we're just hiding out by the campfire to wrap up this year's spooky season, chatting about Dead By Daylight 'cause it feels pretty appropriate under the circumstances.Speaking of which, do you know how the game was developed and how it's changed over the years? How is this game so unique, and how does it maintain such impressive longevity with new licensed killers and survivors? Or how much it roughly costs to create even an original killer? Oh! Ready up, a round's starting! And the Entity hungers...

Just Matt and CJ
Illegal Kicks | 10.24.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 71:09


Did You Know that it's illegal to kick the ball during a volleyball game? Learn about that AND MORE FUN FACTS during today's Did You Know segment.  CJ almost got kicked out of the Austin FC match this past weekend, so stick around for that exciting story. Turns out, no alcohol was involved.  We check in with Emily, who has been having a difficult time recently. What's the trouble, exactly? Oh, well, she's been invited to way too many Halloween parties. Is this a humble brag? What the hell? Hear about this uniquely unrelatable experience in today's Leftovers.  And do you like the sound of A.I. generated social media influencers? Yuck. We don't, but you can learn more about them from our friend Matt as we discuss the technology in today's Weird or Wired.   Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Polishing Turds
#30: BLACK EYED PEAS PART II: A Man At War With Himself

Polishing Turds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 98:44


After years of grinding in obscurity, the Black Eyed Peas finally hit it big thanks to a handful of catchy pop hits as well as the addition of new member Fergie. But did they compromise too much of their soul to get to the top? Cal & Nick discuss the thorny nature of BEP's pivot toward commercialism in the 2000s.DID YOU KNOW??--"Let's Get it Started" once had a much more offensive title, and it was arguably changed for all the wrong reasons...--"My Humps" is actually a feminist anthem (at least according to will.i.am)...--Cal has no problem telling someone to "go away" at Portillo's...These  and other ear-popping facts in Part II of our Black Eyed Peas trilogy!Phunk with our social media:  Instagram: polishing.turds Facebook: facebook.com/PolishingTurdsPodcast Twitter: @polishing_turds email: polishingturdspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: polishing.turds Facebook: facebook.com/PolishingTurdsPodcast Twitter: @polishing_turds email: polishingturdspodcast@gmail.com

Just Matt and CJ
Scorpion Liquid | 10.20.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 62:02


Look, the title of this episode is a reference to something we discuss in our Did You Know segment today. Just trust that it's worth a listen. I promise.  CJ celebrates the sports equinox and wonders about arachnid reproduction. Matt discovers newly found research about ancient Neanderthals and their social habits. Emily worries that her penchant for planning events might have embarrassed her recently. And Spenny may have just pissed everyone off in this week's Edit or Bet It game. There. That's succinct as hell. Enjoy the episode!Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SURVIVORS GUIDE TO EARTH
American Origin Stories Episode 1: The Birth of American Democracy

SURVIVORS GUIDE TO EARTH

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 2:54


For Indigenous peoples day, let us recognize the founders of the first democracy in recorded history on the continent now known as the Americas. New series. Posting every Monday, at 10am PST.

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast
Horror Movie Trivia (for Halloween)

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 37:02


Wisecracking Blonde Christina is joined by Bwonka and N Beezy for a Halloween themed Horror Movie Trivia episode. Prepare to laugh a lot and learn a little, too. Keywords: Halloween, Horror, Movies, Movie, Trivia, Did You Know, Game, Game Show, Facts, Fun Facts, Quiz

Medical Matters Podcast
Medical Matters Podcast--How Hospitals Are Failing Us

Medical Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 36:31


The doctors discuss issues with hospitals, including costs and related issues that are causing potential failure. In addition, this week's Did You Know segment reminds us of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Easyoga, All things Yoga
E.P 89 Kara Nicole Bitar - Optimisation coach

Easyoga, All things Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 33:12


New EasYoga Podcast Episode 89 - Join Gemma in this episode where she talks to special guest Kara Nicole Bitar. Kara is an Optimization Coach and Kundalini Yoga Teacher. She helps her clients live the happiest, healthiest and most successful versions of themselves. She is also a KRI Certified Instructor of Kundalini Yoga, Reiki Master, Certified ThetaHealing® Practitioner and Certified SoulRealignment® Practitioner.You can find out more about Kara here:https://www.karanicolebitar.com/https://www.instagram.com/karanicolebitar/karanicolebitar@gmail.comEasyoga Podcast was voted #7 of the Best 15 UK Yoga Podcasts by Feedspot in October 2021. Go check it out. https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_yoga_podcasts/Have a great day and as always, let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below also please make sure to subscribe to this podcast.Did You Know...That You Only Need To Move Your Body For 30 Minutes Per Day 3 Times Per Week To Feel Awesome And Shift That Stressed Weight.Discover The #1 Secret Which Is 100% FREE!https://www.easyoga.co.uk/accessnow100percentfreeConnect with Gemma via her website and social platforms:EasYoga Website is : https://www.easyoga.co.ukParadise Movement: https://paradisemovementapp.com/Social Platforms:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yogigemma/Pintrest – https://www.pinterest.com/YogiGemmaYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AzNc6oBLzanU-MgZsd-6AFacebook https://www.facebook.com/gemma.nice.7Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/easyogaonetone Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/@easyogagemmaLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/

Friday Island Podcast
S2E42: Luigi's Mansion and Until Dawn

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 40:28


Few things go together as well as peanut butter and jelly, there's autumn and apple picking, Batman and Robin, Luigi's Mansion and Until Dawn, the boys just had to cover at least one of these pairings, and spooky season was the deciding factor! How well do you know these topics? Do you know how many ~spooky secret~ ways Luigi's Mansion for the Gamecube messes with the player? Do you know how many games the spooky mansion appears in throughout the Mario Game Universe? Or do you know what horror film easter eggs are hidden in Until Dawn, or even how exhaustive the production process before the game's release? Yeah, basically this is a very spooky and very informative episode, so just look out because you may get an information jumpscare here and there.

Easyoga, All things Yoga
E.P 88 Meg Sloan - Life Coach

Easyoga, All things Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 31:35


New EasYoga Podcast Episode 88 - Join Gemma in this episode where she talks to special guest Meg Sloan. Meg is a Life Coach and Therapist based in the North East of England. She supports people pleasers to start putting their needs first, improving their communication skills and developing deep self-trust. Meg works with clients on a 1:1 basis and runs self-development and corporate workshops. She also hosts the Start Choosing You podcast.You can find out more about Meg here:https://www.megsloan.co.uk/https://www.instagram.com/meg_sloan_/https://www.linkedin.com/in/meg-sloan-90a6ab151/https://www.tiktok.com/@megsloancoachingEasyoga Podcast was voted #7 of the Best 15 UK Yoga Podcasts by Feedspot in October 2021. Go check it out. https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_yoga_podcasts/Have a great day and as always, let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below also please make sure to subscribe to this podcast.Did You Know...That You Only Need To Move Your Body For 30 Minutes Per Day 3 Times Per Week To Feel Awesome And Shift That Stressed Weight.Discover The #1 Secret Which Is 100% FREE!https://www.easyoga.co.uk/accessnow100percentfreeConnect with Gemma via her website and social platforms:EasYoga Website is : https://www.easyoga.co.ukParadise Movement: https://paradisemovementapp.com/Social Platforms:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yogigemma/Pintrest – https://www.pinterest.com/YogiGemmaYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AzNc6oBLzanU-MgZsd-6AFacebook https://www.facebook.com/gemma.nice.7Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/easyogaonetone Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/@easyogagemmaLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday on Success is Nonlinear: Using Neuroscience to Achieve Quantum Leaps, the Kaizen Way.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:58


Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast where we bridge the gap between theory and practice, with strategies, tools and ideas we can all use immediately, applied to the most current brain research to heighten productivity in our schools, sports environments and modern workplaces. I'm Andrea Samadi and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results. Like you, I'm interested in learning and applying the research, to our everyday life. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to look at the Japanese term “Kaizen” that means “change for the better” or “continuous improvement” as we enter the last quarter of 2022. If you follow this podcast, we launched our year with a 6 PART study of the bestselling book, Think and Grow Rich, that ended with EPISODE #196[i] on “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” ensuring that we all make 2022 our best year ever with this detailed study. I've been studying this book chapter by chapter, at the start of every year, since 2019, which doesn't seem like a long time, but if you go back to this book study, you'll see that it's quite intensive. The notes I share came from 2 of my mentors who have studied this book for their entire life. It took me to the beginning of February to properly cover these 15 success principles, with enough content in this series to continue to study this book, every year, for the rest of OUR lives, and we will still pick up something new. We will cover this on today's episode, but success with these principles doesn't happen immediately. But it will happen, with time, which is why I think it's crucial to revisit this book (and success principles) throughout the year, to be sure the concepts are being applied, not just in January, when we are starting our year, but every month of the year, right through to end of Q4. There are 6 STEPS in this book, that I've written on my wall, that when read aloud every day, causes an increase in the amplitude of our thinking, until eventually, our goals become so engrained in our mind, that they become on autosuggestion in our thoughts throughout our day. Napoleon Hill intended this book to be studied over and over again, not just once, but multiple times, for results to occur. We opened this 6 PART series at the start of the year with a quote from Undercover Billionaire Grant Cardone, who said, “In order to get to the next level of whatever we're doing, we must think and act in a wildly different way than we previously have been” and I know I've repeated this quote often throughout the year, (on various episodes) but I'm doing it on purpose, since making any sort of change takes time. It doesn't happen overnight, or immediately, or how our brain wants to see things unravel, because success is nonlinear[ii]. I heard this concept the other day, and it made me stop and think for a minute. When you hear “success in nonlinear” what do you think about? I thought about that image of the person riding their bike with their plan in mind, towards their goal, but in reality, there are many obstacles along the way.   We all will have our ups and downs, but what I'm hoping to show with this episode, is that our results will happen predictably, by taking certain actions, day in and day out, with our desired outcomes in our mind, that eventually become on autosuggestion, as we move towards our goals, overcoming the obstacles along the way. This will encourage all of us, that no matter what results we see today, in front of our eyes, that we must never give up, as you might just be giving up 3 feet before gold,[iii] (which is a concept from Chapter 1 of Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich book) that says “one of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat.” (Napoleon Hill, Chapter 1, Think and Grow Rich). Which brings to my mind another image of this guy giving up as he was almost about to hit it big, discovering the diamonds underground, when another guy, (right above him in the image) who is determined to keep moving forward. When you hear “success is nonlinear” what comes to your mind? Stop and think about this for minute, because there is much more to this concept than meets the eye. When I'm looking at the images that come to my mind (the guy on a bike with the obstacles, or the guy digging for diamonds) these images are missing something important—they are missing the huge quantum leap in results that occur for those who don't give up. After digging a bit, (pun intended here) I found an article that explained what I was looking for from Thomas Waschenfelder and I've put his image in the show notes. IMAGE CREDIT: Success is Not Linear by Thomas Waschenfelder Waschenfelder's diagram “Success is Not Linear” shows two places where people often give up, right before their results were about to shoot up, exponentially. How Does This Apply to Us at This Point in the Year? What if we are in Q4 of 2022, and it's not panning out to be our best year ever? We listened to many different podcasts for new ideas, we took notes, and applied what we could, but life looks pretty much the same in October as it did in January. Most of us would be tempted to give up as we can't see the quantum leap (your end result) when you're looking forward. It will only be evident once we hit our goal, and it will be at that point that you'll be able to explain it to others. If you've attained your goals this year, that's awesome! You held your vision to the end, and now you can now share your strategy with others. But what if you haven't? I'm working on something over here, and I haven't achieved it yet, either, despite all the effort. And there were two specific times (just like in Waschenfelder's diagram) where things didn't go my way, where most people would throw in the towel. But when you look at “how success isn't linear” you can expect the obstacles to appear, and keep going, if you believe in the process. Do You Believe in the Process? I can say honestly that I wouldn't be spending the time to sit at my desk, thinking of how else we could all move the needle forward (myself included), and study the most successful people I know, looking for how science can help us to understand our lives a bit better, if I didn't believe in this process myself.  If you look at Thomas Waschenfelder's image that describes how most of us think that the more effort we put in (we listen to podcasts, gather ideas, but them into action) so success should follow. But this isn't exactly how it works. Waschenfelder describes the process reminding us that “the amount of work you put in does not correlate to the success you enjoy at any given moment.” Most people will give up when they don't see the immediate rewards, and this made me think back to the book You2 by Price Pritchett that I covered on EPISODE #109, February 2021[iv] that was a high velocity formula for multiplying our personal effectiveness in quantum leaps. If you look at Waschenfelder's image, you can see two places where most people give up. But look at what happens if they kept going! He says it himself. “With one additional move, they see a giant, disproportionally huge impact.” If this is you, doing the work, and not yet seeing the results, go back and listen to EP 109 on the principles of YOU2 that will guarantee you “an explosive jump in your personal performance that puts you far beyond the next logical step.” (Price Pritchett, Page 5, You2). Then when you think that “success is not linear” you'll have a new image formed in your mind, with all the obstacles along with the way, and the goal, right next to that exponential, quantum leap at the end. And Now What? (you ask). This brings us to this week's Brain Fact Friday and how the Japanese term Kaizen, can help us. DID YOU KNOW that “the Japanese term Kaizen, or the practice of using small steps for continuous improvement “actually originated with the U.S Military?” (Friederike Fabritius, points this out in her book, The Leading Brain: Work Smarter, Better, Happier) that we covered when we interviewed her way back on EPISODE #27[v] one of our early episodes. I'm thrilled to share that she will be joining us again soon with her new book coming out October 11th (next week) called The Brain Friendly Workplace[vi] but until then, I wanted to tie this powerful concept of Kaizen, that's used by the U.S. Military (so we know it must be good) with our brain, so we can all benefit from this concept, for the remainder of 2022, and see if it can help us to make a “Quantum Leap or Explosive Jump in our personal or professional performance, that puts us far beyond the next logical step.” (Pritchett) Friederike, in her book, The Leading Brain says that “procrastination is the principle impediment to initiating any habit change. Large goals can seem intimidating unless broken down into manageable steps. Kaizen, the practice of using small steps, can help you to avoid the threat response (in our brain) that frequently drives procrastination.” When I saw the concept of Kaizen, I thought we could easily apply it to our health and wellbeing, (in addition to our professional lives). Or any place where there's too much for our brain to handle, so we don't do anything at all. This strategy can be used in any field to take our results to the next level. I saw Dr. Mark Eley[vii] point out that the Kaizen cycle could be used in education with PLC, as the steps can help educators “to achieve better results for the students they serve.” (DuFour, DuFour & Eaker, 2002).[viii] Whatever sector you are working in, (education, sports, health and wellness) I hope you can see how the Kaizen approach is one way of finding solutions, and breaking through to new levels of achievement, creating your quantum leap. How Can You Use the Kaizen Strategy in the Workplace? STEP 1: Get Your Team Together STEP 2: Write Out Your List of Problems STEP 3: Brainstorm Solutions, Then Choose Yours. STEP 4: Test the Solution STEP 5: Regularly Measure and Analyze the Results STEP 6: If Successful, Adopt the Solution STEP 7: Repeat the Process Keep in mind Thomas Waschenfelder's image as you are working through the 7 steps to break through to new levels of achievement in your workplace, as there will be times throughout that members of the team will want to give up, if they can't see the end results a quantum leap that's miles ahead of where they are now. How Can You Use the Kaizen Strategy for Improved Health? For our health, it looks a lot like what I'm doing when I'm testing products and sharing them with you here on the podcast. When our podcast took a turn towards health and wellness during the pandemic, we began to focus narrowly on the TOP 5 health staples[ix] (exercise, sleep, healthy diet, optimizing our microbiome, and intermittent fasting). Narrowing in on these health staples makes it easier to pinpoint where our challenges are. While recently reading Dr. Tom O'Bryan's book, You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had[x] he mentioned how intimidating it can be to improve our health, with all the different theories, diets, and advice, that often contradicts each other and it's not uncommon to “find ourselves immobilized with minimal results, or not getting better at all.” (O'Bryan, You Can Fix Your Brain). Dr. O'Bryan talks about dedicating just one hour a week to make significant changes with our health, and I wondered how he could guarantee change in this way. In the first few pages of the book he offered a tip that I'll never forget, that will change my brain health forever.  He offers this brain health tip in the first few pages of his book called “A Note from the Author: Progress, Not Perfection” that reminds us that significant gains can occur when we do things the “Kaizen” way. This is just one brain health tip he shares, but I'll never forget it. He says-- This one simple maneuver every time you pump gas, over a lifetime, dramatically reduces the amount of benzene we are exposed to. The Kaizen way. Small actions add up over our lifetime. So to conclude this episode and review this week's Brain Fact Friday, DID YOU KNOW that “the Japanese term Kaizen, or the practice of using small steps for continuous improvement “actually originated with the U.S Military?” and that “the secret for kaizen is that it operates below the radar of your brain's threat response and that the actions you are taking are so small, so incremental, and seemingly inconsequential that psychologist Robert Maurer, (says they really) Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way” (Friederike Fabritius). Whether we are using the Kaizen way for our professional or personal lives, we can take small steps towards progress, every day, that one day, will yield our Quantum Leap that puts us far beyond the next logical step. When you hit your Quantum Leap, I'd love to hear about it. Until then, I'm still working on mine! I'll see you next week.  RESOURCES: Think and Grow Rich Book Study with Andrea Samadi Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE 190 PART 1 “Making 2022 Your Best Year Ever”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-1-how-to-make-2022-your-best-year-ever/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #191 PART 2 on “Thinking Differently and Choosing Faith Over Fear”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-2-how-to-make-2022-your-best-year-ever-by-thinking-differently-and-choosing-faith-over-fear/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #193 PART 3 on “Putting Our Goals on Autopilot with Autosuggestion and Our Imagination”   https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-3-using-autosuggestion-and-your-imagination-to-put-your-goals-on-autopilot/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #195 PART 4 on “Perfecting the Skills of Organized Planning, Decision-Making, and Persistence” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-4-on-perfecting-the-skills-of-organized-planning-decision-making-and-persistence/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #195 PART 5 on “The Power of the Mastermind, Taking the Mystery Out of Sex Transmutation, and Linking ALL Parts of Our Mind” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-5-on-the-power-of-the-mastermind-taking-the-mystery-out-of-sex-transmutation-and-linking-all-parts-of-our-mind/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #196 PART 6 “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-neuroscience-behind-the-15-success-principles-of-napoleon-hill-s-classic-boo-think-and-grow-rich/ REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #196 “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-neuroscience-behind-the-15-success-principles-of-napoleon-hill-s-classic-boo-think-and-grow-rich/ [ii] Success is Nonlinear: Why Most People Give Up Before the Rewards Published June 5, 2020 by Thomas Waschenfelder https://www.wealest.com/articles/success-is-nonlinear?format=amp [iii] Napoleon Hill's 3 Feet from Gold https://www.selfhelpdaily.com/napoleon-hills-three-feet-from-gold/ [iv] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #109 on “Achieving Quantum Level Results Using Pritchett's You2 Principles” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/achieving-quantum-leap-results-using-price-pritchetts-you-squared-principles/ [v]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #27 with Pioneer in the Field of Neuroleadership, Friederike Fabritius on “The Recipe for Achieving Peak Performance”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/pioneer-in-the-field-of-neuroleadership-friederike-fabritius-on-the-recipe-for-achieving-peak-performance/ [vi] The Brain Friendly Workplace by Friederike Fabritius published Oct. 11, 2022 https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Friendly-Workplace-Talented-People-Quit-ebook/dp/B0B627QGWB/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= [vii] Dr. Mark Eley https://twitter.com/1atatym [viii] What is a PLC by Martin Yan Sept. 25, 2020 https://www.illuminateed.com/blog/2020/09/what-is-a-plc/#:~:text=The%20term%20%E2%80%9CPLC%E2%80%9D%20stands%20for,DuFour%20%26%20Eaker%2C%202002). [ix]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE#87 Top 5 Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Strategies  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/bonus-episode-a-deep-dive-into-the-top-5-health-staples-and-review-of-seasons-1-4/ [x]Dr. Tom O'Bryan You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Fix-Your-Brain-audiobook/dp/B07GTBMFMH  

The Torah Podcast
Four Species - Halacha Podcast

The Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 10:18


Did You Know...? Welcome to our mini series here on The Torah Podcast! Each week along with our traditional episodes, we will also publish a quick tidbit on Halacha (Jewish Law) and the law's sources. Enjoy! This week is dedicated in memory of Harold Pasternak, Hershel ben Dovid. His neshama should have an Aliyah. Enjoyed this episode of The Torah Podcast? Connect with Rabbi Ephraim Nisenbaum at: www.clevelandjlc.com Remember to share this show with your family and friends. Help us spread quality Jewish education. Thinking about starting your own podcast? www.maverickpodcasting.com

Easyoga, All things Yoga
E.P 87 Hannah Hodson - Tovi Gifts

Easyoga, All things Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 34:18


New EasYoga Podcast Episode 87 - Join Gemma in this episode where she talks to special guest Hannah Hodson - Tovi Gifts.Hannah, 26, set up Tovi Gifts which are an unusual sustainable gift range including notebooks made from elephant dung, tote bags made from waste plastic rice sacks, and bowls made from coconut shells, which are all made in Sri Lanka. She wanted to find a way of giving to people in Sri Lanka, by creating long-term, steady employment opportunities instead of having a huge factory, they work in their own homes allowing them to care for their children or ill family members.You can find out more about Hannah here:https://tovigifts.com/https://www.facebook.com/ToviGifts/https://www.instagram.com/tovigifts/Easyoga Podcast was voted #7 of the Best 15 UK Yoga Podcasts by Feedspot in October 2021. Go check it out. https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_yoga_podcasts/Have a great day and as always, let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below also please make sure to subscribe to this podcast.Did You Know...That You Only Need To Move Your Body For 30 Minutes Per Day 3 Times Per Week To Feel Awesome And Shift That Stressed Weight.Discover The #1 Secret Which Is 100% FREE!https://www.easyoga.co.uk/accessnow100percentfreeConnect with Gemma via her website and social platforms:EasYoga Website is : https://www.easyoga.co.ukParadise Movement: https://paradisemovementapp.com/Social Platforms:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yogigemma/Pintrest – https://www.pinterest.com/YogiGemmaYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AzNc6oBLzanU-MgZsd-6AFacebook https://www.facebook.com/gemma.nice.7Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/easyogaonetoneTwitter – https://www.twitter.com/@easyogagemmaLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday on ”Using Neuroscience to Understand the Narcissistic Brain”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 15:12


“When I look at narcissism through the vulnerability lens, I see the shame-based fear of being ordinary. I see the fear of never feeling extraordinary enough to be noticed, to be loveable, to belong, or to cultivate a sense of purpose.” Brené Brown. And when I look at narcissism through the vulnerability lens, I see the spirit in that person, desperately trying to be seen for their talents, skills and abilities, but something keeps this person's spirit in the shadows and I wonder what that is. On today's episode we will examine: ✔ Narcissism through the vulnerability lens ✔ What is narcissism and how is it diagnosed. ✔ What the narcissistic brain looks like. ✔ 3 STEPS to move you forward if you think you are a narcissist, if you live with one, or if you work with one.  Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast where we bridge the gap between theory and practice, with strategies, tools and ideas we can all use immediately, applied to the most current brain research to heighten productivity in our schools, sports environments and modern workplaces. I'm Andrea Samadi and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to look at something I saw this past week about the narcissistic brain. We hear this word so often these days, thrown around when describing someone who is self-centered, someone who is unlikeable when they exclaim, “That person is such a narcissist!” Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is “a condition where people have an inflated sense of self-importance and a deep-seated need for attention and admiration. Those living with NPD show a distinct lack of empathy for the feelings and needs of others.”[i] In writing this episode, I want to come from the “vulnerable” angle (like Brené Brown mentioned in her quote) and look at what we can learn about the brain of someone who meets at least 5 of the criteria for what we call narcissistic personality disorder.[ii] My goal with this episode is to help all of us to understand the “why” behind narcissism,  a personality disorder that is not difficult to miss when you either work with, or live with someone who shows even a few of the criteria that's needed for a clinical diagnosis. American psychologist, and brain disorder specialist, Dr. Daniel Amen, from Amen Clinics, says that “6.2% of the American population has a narcissistic personality disorder” that often begins in early adulthood. What's interesting, is that “Psychologically speaking, narcissism is a personality trait that every person possesses to some degree. Like any characteristic, it exists on a spectrum. We all fall somewhere along the narcissistic continuum” and a certain amount of self-centeredness is healthy.”[iii] While writing this episode, I remembered something sleep medicine physician, and sports psychiatrist Dr. Shane Creado from EP #72[iv] said to me when he analyzed my brain scan from Amen Clinics, and I went back to that episode #84[v] to look at what he saw. I remember he said something about my deep limbic system being the brightest part of my emotional brain and that he saw this area overactive in people who hold themselves to high standards. I wondered for a minute. Oh no, does this make me a narcissist? Curious, I sent him a text late last night to double check what he meant by that and he sent me a wonderful explanation this morning, affirming that narcissism is complex, and operates on a spectrum. He explained why we all need a certain amount of it, to be focused on our goals, or things that we want to achieve, which explained why he saw this area light up brightly with people who are perfectionists, like I tend to be with this podcast. When releasing content out to the world, I have to be careful of what I say, and how I say it, especially when I'm interviewing someone, and what I create goes into the world for anyone to watch, and will become a reflection of that person from that moment on. I'm incredibly picky with how I produce my video interviews, (and will probably never outsource them) as I want to highlight that person in a certain way--in the brightest light possible, not just for that minute, but for the rest of their lifetime that the video is online, representing them.  Thank goodness that the perfectionist in me doesn't make me a narcissist, according to Dr. Creado, as this would be expected of anyone who wants to do their best on anything (a test, an interview, or whatever it is they are working on). Where he cautioned me, was that if for some reason something doesn't meet my high expectations, to watch that I don't go down the path of self-doubt, shame, or guilt which would lead to depression. He reminded me that this topic is complex, and to be careful of taking a brain scan that “looks” a certain way, and then label of person because of it. He recommended credible personality testing to diagnose someone with a personality disorder, like the Minnesota Multi-Phasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)[vi] that is one of the most researched psychological tests in existence.  He did say this topic was complex, and I'm starting to see why. So for this episode, I want to stay on the surface of this complex brain disorder, to see if we can improve our own awareness of the narcissistic brain—what the research sees in a brain with someone who has been diagnosed with this personality disorder, and what can we learn from this. Dr. Amen, from Amen Clinics[vii]   where I had my brain scanned, has a section for understanding personality disorders on his website[viii], and notes that Narcissistic Personality Disorder is characterized by “an inflated sense of self-importance, an excessive need for admiration, and a lack of empathy.”   He lists symptoms that include: An exaggerated sense of self-importance A need for excessive and constant admiration A lack of empathy Being preoccupied with grandiose fantasies of unlimited success, money, or power A need to be recognized as superior or special and a belief that they can only keep company with people of equal exceptionalism A sense of entitlement to special treatment A tendency to exaggerate accomplishments or talents Manipulation or exploitation of others A belief that others are envious of them, while deep down being envious of others An arrogant, haughty, or demanding attitude While this topic is complex, as Dr. Creado shared, there are many books that one can read to learn more about the different types of personality disorders that are on a spectrum, meaning that not all types are the same, for today's Brain Fact Friday, I want to focus on a trait that is common to all types of narcissism, and that is that they lack empathy. When I saw this, my need to understand “why” came to my mind, as I thought, “why do some people not care about others?”    Which leads us to this week's Brain Fact Friday where we can gain tremendous understanding with questions just like this, when we look at why people behave the way they do, and connect it, to the most current brain research. DID YOU KNOW “that people who suffer from narcissistic personality disorder have less gray matter volume[ix] in a region of their brain believed to be involved with empathy”[x] and they also have “increased activity in baseline images in brain regions associated with self-directed and self-absorbed thinking.” Dr. Daniel Amen. In the show notes I put an image of an fMRI scan that reveals the lower cortical thickness in the NPD brain vs a normal brain, as well as lower cortical volume, which explains why someone who has been diagnosed with this disorder would show impairments in the social brain. WHY DO NARCISSISTS LACK EMPATHY? It's starting to make more sense to me now, almost like an AHA moment. When someone says “I don't care” they really do mean it. A closer look at the narcissistic brain can explain why. SO NOW WHAT? Dr. Amen, who has been on a mission to help people improve their health since he began looking at the brain back in 1991, now adds in a recent Instagram post with international DJ, producer and neuroscience fan, Steve Aoki[xi], that he's on a mission to make brain health cool, and his clinic is where anyone can go to find answers. He states that what makes personality disorders complex is that “many environmental factors can impact brain function and lead to symptoms of mental illness” and he shares that he has seen “how environmental toxins (such as toxic mold) infections like Lyme Disease, extremely low thyroid, anemia, anoxia (lack of oxygen) and even chemotherapy can alter brain function and contribute to changes in someone's personality.”[xii] Like Dr. Creado mentioned, since there are so many factors at play, it's very important to investigate this disorder with someone who can perform a comprehensive evaluation that includes brain imaging, lab testing, and other assessments, and that we don't jump to conclusions, and label someone as “bad” with this disorder. Looking at any disorder with the brain in mind puts a whole new perspective on our brain health, as we look to see beyond the behavior to what could be at the root of the problem. Since I'm not a doctor, and a clinical diagnosis of this personality disorder is needed, the goal of this episode is to bring awareness to help all of us understand others that might show signs of this brain disorder whether it's someone you work with, live with, interact with, or even (gasp) in ourselves. How can we use this new understanding of the narcissistic brain to help us? Go back and look at the list of symptoms that are present in this disorder, and see if there is someone in your life that is making your life challenging in some way, with this trait. An exaggerated sense of self-importance A need for excessive and constant admiration A lack of empathy Being preoccupied with grandiose fantasies of unlimited success, money, or power A need to be recognized as superior or special and a belief that they can only keep company with people of equal exceptionalism A sense of entitlement to special treatment A tendency to exaggerate accomplishments or talents Manipulation or exploitation of others A belief that others are envious of them, while deep down being envious of others An arrogant, haughty, or demanding attitude What can we do next? 1: BECOME CURIOUS TO LEARN MORE: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Use this new understanding of the narcissistic brain to learn more. As you gain more awareness, you also gain more confidence with how to deal with challenging or high conflict people in your home or work life. I could list all the books I have found, but jut type narcissism into Amazon, and you will find hundreds of books to help guide you to understand: What is narcissism What causes it How it's diagnosed Different types How to move beyond the damage 2: THINK WITH YOUR BRAIN HEALTH IN MIND: Even someone like high performance author and expert Brendon Burchard[xiii] noted that after an ATV accident, his personality changed dramatically, and he went straight to Amen Clinics to look for the reason behind the personality change, with his brain health in mind. The key is to look for what might be at the root of the personality change and not to rule out accidents, injuries, or environmental factors. When we look at our health with our brain in mind, we also look at the supplements we can take, or what else we can do to improve our health, outside of taking medication that's often prescribed for someone when they don't need it. 3: USE THE CURRENT RESEARCH TO BACK-CAST YOUR LIFE: Once you begin to look at something you want to learn more about (like this topic-The Narcissistic Brain) go deeper into the research to see what this could mean for you in the future. As I began to research the narcissistic brain, I started to learn that someone with this disorder is at higher risk for dementia.[xiv] If I had someone in my life that were showing signs of this disorder, I would be using the technique I learned from Peter Attia[xv] calls back casting, and think about what we want our life to be like as we age. I would also begin to research this topic from as many of the experts like Dr. Ramani[xvi], to see what other people in similar situations have gone through. To review this week's Brain Fact Friday, DID YOU KNOW “that people who suffer from narcissistic personality disorder have less gray matter volume[xvii] in a region of their brain believed to be involved with empathy”[xviii] (Dr. Amen) and they also have “increased activity in baseline images in brain regions associated with self-directed and self-absorbed thinking.” In this episode we looked at why someone with this disorder lacks empathy, with what science reveals with brain scan technology and my hope is not to label or shame someone who fits the wide spectrum of narcissism, but to open up our awareness and use this new understanding of The Narcissistic Brain to show us this issue is “biological, not moral” (Dr. Amen) and with this new understanding, help us to find new ways to move forward, and create more balance, peace and equilibrium in our everyday life. This episode was created to help us to see why some people behave the way they do. Like Brene Brown said, this doesn't make us naïve, but allows us to look past what some would call “bad behavior” and see the spirit or soul in every person. She reminds us--When we look at narcissism through the vulnerability lens, we see the shame-based fear of being ordinary or the fear of never feeling extraordinary enough to be noticed, to be loveable, to belong, which we can all understand on some level. I hope this episode has helped you to see Narcissism in a new light, like it did for me, so we can all keep learning, and looking for the latest research to inform our decisions, thinking with brain health in mind. I'll see you next week.   RESOURCES: What's Going on in a Narcissistic Brain? https://writemindmatters.medium.com/whats-going-on-in-a-narcissistic-brain-4ea5331b2696 Narcissists Lack of Empathy Detected on Brain Scans by Denise Chow June 24, 2013  https://www.livescience.com/37684-narcissistic-personality-disorder-brain-structure.html REFERENCES: [i] The Neuroscience of Narcissim Published June 13, 2020 https://www.learnaboutdid.com/2020/06/13/the-neuroscience-of-narcissism/ [ii] Dr. Amen 5 Signs You Are in a Relationship with a Narcissist Oct. 16, 2019  https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/5-signs-youre-in-a-relationship-with-a-narcissist/ [iii] I'm a professor of human behavior and I have some news about the narcissist in your life by Melody Wilding, Published Nov. 14, 2018 https://www.businessinsider.com/narcissism-vs-narcissist-2018-11#:~:text=Psychologically%20speaking%2C%20narcissism%20is%20a,of%20self%2Dcenteredness%20is%20healthy. [iv]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #72 with Dr. Shane Creado on “Sleep Strategies That Will Guarantee a Competitive Advantage”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/dr-shane-creado-on-sleep-strategies-that-will-guarantee-a-competitive-advantage/ [v] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #84 on “PART 3: How a Spect Scan Can Change Your Life” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-a-spect-scan-can-change-your-life-part-3-with-andrea-samadi/ [vi] The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) by Kendra Cherry Sept. 02, 2021 https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-the-minnesota-multiphasic-personality-inventory-2795582 [vii] www.amenclinics.com [viii] https://www.amenclinics.com/conditions/personality-disorders/ [ix] Gray matter abnormalities in patients with narcissistic personality disorder Published October, 2013 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23777939/ [x] Dr. Amen 5 Signs You Are in a Relationship with a Narcissist Oct. 16, 2019  https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/5-signs-youre-in-a-relationship-with-a-narcissist/ [xi] Dr. Amen with International DJ Steve Aoki https://www.instagram.com/p/Ci_k8NhLrYN/?hl=en [xii] Narcissistic Personality Disorder by Dr. Daniel Amen https://www.amenclinics.com/conditions/narcissistic-personality-disorder/ [xiii] What Brendon Burchard learned about 2 brain traumas https://www.instagram.com/p/BjP5NKFBawh/?hl=en [xiv] From narcissistic personality disorder to frontotemporal dementia: a case report published by Michelle Poletti, 2011 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21606578/ [xv] Peter Attita https://twitter.com/PeterAttiaMD/status/1529823436196835329 [xvi] Narcissistic Relationships and Dementia Dr. Ramani Published May 13, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJMzDBJssGA [xvii] Gray matter abnormalities in patients with narcissistic personality disorder Published October, 2013 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23777939/ [xviii] Dr. Amen 5 Signs You Are in a Relationship with a Narcissist Oct. 16, 2019  https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/5-signs-youre-in-a-relationship-with-a-narcissist/

Tom & Becky in the Morning
Kayaking from CA to HI

Tom & Becky in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 23:58


Kayaks... conspiracy theories... birthdays... and Did You Know???

The Torah Podcast
Sukkah Dwelling - Halacha Podcast

The Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 9:29


Did You Know...? Welcome to our mini series here on The Torah Podcast! Each week along with our traditional episodes, we will also publish a quick tidbit on Halacha (Jewish Law) and the law's sources. Enjoy! This week is dedicated in memory of Harold Pasternak, Hershel ben Dovid. His neshama should have an Aliyah. Enjoyed this episode of The Torah Podcast? Connect with Rabbi Ephraim Nisenbaum at: www.clevelandjlc.com Remember to share this show with your family and friends. Help us spread quality Jewish education. Thinking about starting your own podcast? www.maverickpodcasting.com

The Prodigal Father: Homilies and Reflections
Did You Know the Trinity is Represented in the Opening Scene of Pinocchio?

The Prodigal Father: Homilies and Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 8:47


Did You Know the Trinity is Represented in the Opening Scene of Pinocchio? by Fr. Michael Denk

Fives of the Week
#58 - Fall Favorites

Fives of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 113:48


The band is back and rolling! This episode the group discusses the heartbreaking loss in Minnesota for our beloved Lions. They also breakdown their week 4 NFL picks as they try to dethrone Fillie in the lead! The Fives of the Week are the guys favorite things about fall! Hollywood has some fun facts for fall with the DID YOU KNOW and GMB sparks some good conversation with QUESTIONS with HUMANS! Check it out and enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fivesoftheweek/support

Just Matt and CJ
Gumbo Giving | 09.27.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 64:36


Oh my, what is this? Emily has created a new holiday? Well, let's listen in and learn more about it on today's Emily Explains It All. You might have already guessed, but it involves the delicious Cajun culinary staple known as gumbo. And friendship. There's some friendship in there too.  CJ has decided to switch up his Halloween routine this year by watching different movies than he usually does. But what genre of horror film is he delving into? The late-90s/early-2000s slasher revival film! Films like I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream, and others from around that era that aren't specifically slashers (like Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty). Sounds like it's gonna be one heck of a good time. And on today's Parent Pickup, Matt discusses many life lessons we all wish we had been warned about before leaving high school. This isn't specifically about stuff we wish we learned in school, like baking or learning how to file taxes, but more so about the realities everyone faces after leaving the safety net that is schooling in America. It's a tough topic we can all relate to, and maybe it will be a good idea to tell future generations of teens what they can realistically expect.  Who knows. Oh, well, whatever. Bye. Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Max Potential Habits
009 - How Your Money Blocks Keep You from Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling

Max Potential Habits

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:12


Hello NFA MONEY MAMAS! Today's episode is all about HOW YOUR MONEY BLOCKS KEEP YOU FROM M BREAKING THROUGH THE GLASS CEILING with Dr. Amanda. DID YOU KNOW? Women entrepreneurs are paying themselves 28% less than their male counterparts. YIKES! And this is caused by MONEY BLOCKS. Stay tuned to learn the 5 most common money blocks women entrepreneurs, like you, go through and how to breakthrough these barriers so you can earn the income that you are DESTINED to make!

Just Matt and CJ
Ghost Kitchen | 09.26.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 65:36


No, it's not a thematically appropriate title for an encroaching October holiday. Ghost kitchens are fake restaurants that establishments open in order to both utilize their extra office/kitchen spaces, as well as con you into thinking they're a different establishment altogether. Well, CJ actually had a nice experience while doing carryout at a restaurant he didn't realize was a "ghost kitchen." Listen in for the full story on today's CJ is Fat.  Emily cried for the first time at a concert over the weekend, Matt has discovered that vaping can be seriously harmful to your lungs, and Spenny learns a lot about bodily fluids. Apparently holding your car clicker/FOB closer to your chin helps the range? Because of all the sweet organ juice in your head and face. Sounds like nonsense to me. Check out Did You Know for more fun facts.  Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Easyoga, All things Yoga
E.P 86A Goddess Academy Of Light Masterclass

Easyoga, All things Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 94:10


New EasYoga Podcast Episode 86A- Join Gemma in this episode where she replays How to have a relationship with yourself, your partner and your family without seeing a family therapist, changing your personality or leaving your job Masterclass.What If You Only Had 70 Minutes To Save Your Relationship - Is It Possible? Did you know it is estimated that 1 in 5 British people admit to having an affair... while a third have thought about it!!!Lets dive deep into where it all went wrong and this is how we are going to fix it.5 weeks of The Goddess Academy Of Light. This is 5 weeks of you, I and ten other wonderful women working together to help you find your inner peace and calm for you to find a better relationship. We cover things like How to Balance Your Nutrition, so that it supports you to function even through a busy day. How to generate energy even if you've got 3 minutes to get started in the morning. How to journal so your thoughts are no longer cluttering up your head and actually on paper. Let them go, Burn it, shred it, let that gooooooo.The investment is 333 Euros which includes the recordings, the bonus trainings, 5x 1 hour per week group coaching calls, Nutrition Plan, Weekly emails, Unlimited access to the Envision Your Perfect Relationship Group, Unlimited access to Paradise Movement, Downloadable video with your specific requirements per week, 1x Hand made Soft Cotton Lavender Eye Mask, More than 20 accessible Meditations, Deep Relaxation Techniques, Tapping Therapy, AND MUCH MUCH MORE!The last time I offered these sessions, they sold out in a day! Which, OOF I'm so grateful for... and let's get you and your soul to this place too.SIGN UP FOR GODDESS ACADEMY OF LIGHT by filling in the form below.I CANNOT WAIT to support you and tap you into the magic of this field.Here Are The Secrets You Need To KnowThere are 3 secrets to having a PERFECT relationship with yourself, your partner and your family in less time than it takes to have a cup of tea. Secret #1 -The #1 Reason Your Relationship Isn't Working is Because Of YOU...Secret #2 - You don't have to be perfect to have a proper relationship...Secret #3 -Not all relationships are destined to succeed and here's why...Inside Goddess Academy Of Light You Will:

Friday Island Podcast
S2E39: The Last of Us: Part 1

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 40:04


Shh, do you hear that clicking? It's either a highly infected clicker, OR it's you listening to this episode! Or both... But this week, the boys are finally discussing one of the greatest video games of all time, The Last of Us! Did you know this game was leaked before it was ever announced, and NO ONE realized it?? What about the science behind the decay of the world, twenty years into the apocalypse? Or the inspiration behind everyone's favorite unseen character, Ish? Prepare to be an expert on all things The Last of Us, seriously, the cordyceps virus is real and IT'S COMING FOR ALL OF US!!!

Easyoga, All things Yoga
E.P 86 Christian de la Huerta - Life Coach

Easyoga, All things Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 33:29


New EasYoga Podcast Episode 86 - Join Gemma in this episode where she talks to special guest Christian de la Huerta. Award-winning author Christian is an acclaimed speaker at various settings, including universities, conferences, corporate training, spiritual communities and the TedX stage. Christian also practices as a spiritual coach and a leadership development consultant whose work ranges from individuals and couples in private practice to major corporations and non-profit groups.You can find out more about Christian here:https://soulfulpower.com/https://www.instagram.com/christiandlh/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4hOzeGdhkTcRxOHkV9tfbQhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/290440885360555/Easyoga Podcast was voted #7 of the Best 15 UK Yoga Podcasts by Feedspot in October 2021. Go check it out. https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_yoga_podcasts/Have a great day and as always, let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below also please make sure to subscribe to this podcast.Did You Know...That You Only Need To Move Your Body For 30 Minutes Per Day 3 Times Per Week To Feel Awesome And Shift That Stressed Weight.Discover The #1 Secret Which Is 100% FREE!https://www.easyoga.co.uk/accessnow100percentfreeConnect with Gemma via her website and social platforms:EasYoga Website is : https://www.easyoga.co.ukParadise Movement: https://paradisemovementapp.com/Social Platforms:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yogigemma/Pintrest – https://www.pinterest.com/YogiGemmaYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AzNc6oBLzanU-MgZsd-6AFacebook https://www.facebook.com/gemma.nice.7Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/easyogaonetone Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/@easyogagemmaLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/

The Sharp 600
376: NFL Week 3 Best Bets, Anytime TD Props & Did You Know? + Arthur DiCesare Joins The Show

The Sharp 600

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 12:31


Jason Logan gives his BEST BETS and UNDERDOG BETS ahead of Week 3 action. Arthur DiCesare from SuperBook Sportsbook joins the show for our 2 MINUTE DRILL and answers rapid-fire questions about his favorite bets and line movement. 1:44-3:50 UNDERDOG BETS 3:51-6:26 BEST BETS 6:27-8:32 ANYTIME TD PROPS 8:33-9:45 DID YOU KNOW? 9:46-12:08 2-MINUTE DRILL WITH ARTHUR DICESARE Make sure you follow/subscribe to the Sharp 600 and if you love what we're putting out please write a review! 

Just Matt and CJ
Robot Taxi | 09.22.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 65:18


Matt saw one of the new robot taxis that are operation around town, and he's got some feelings about it. Listen to the technology and find out exactly how Weird or Wired these new robot taxis are in today's tech segment. It's called Weird or Wired. Did I word this weirdly? WHATEVER. Emily recently had a bizarre experience in the small, Texas town of Smithville - find out more on Em's Leftovers. CJ might have found the single most annoying airplane experience ever - find out more on today's People Behaving Badly. And Spenny quizzes CJ on how well he knows our state capitals.  We also unveil the new game Edit or Bet It. You'll have to listen in for the rules, as I'm way too tired to write them all out here. It's fun. You'll see. We'll take topic suggestions for this new game @TheCJMorgan once you listen to the rules. Okay, bye bye. Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Torah Podcast
Afflictions of Yom Kippur - Halacha Podcast

The Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 8:58


Did You Know...? Welcome to our mini series here on The Torah Podcast! Each week along with our traditional episodes, we will also publish a quick tidbit on Halacha (Jewish Law) and the law's sources. Enjoy! This week is dedicated in memory of Harold Pasternak, Hershel ben Dovid. His neshama should have an Aliyah. Enjoyed this episode of The Torah Podcast? Connect with Rabbi Ephraim Nisenbaum at: www.clevelandjlc.com Remember to share this show with your family and friends. Help us spread quality Jewish education. Thinking about starting your own podcast? www.maverickpodcasting.com

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
Talking Did You Know?, Real Names and Stage Names, Top 10 This Week In 1977, This day In Music and Birthdays

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 68:45


Scott's solo on this episode and has lots of great music info and trivia!

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast
Memory and IQ Test

Wisecracking Blonde Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 24:07


Wisecracking Blonde Christina is joined by friends Vianca and Noah as they take a short memory and IQ test. It's a rematch for these two after the not so spectacular performance in the Riddles episode so they are both looking for redemption. Prepare to laugh a lot and learn a little, too. Episode Keywords: Game Show, Fun, Trivia, Laugh, Comedy, Humor, Quiz Show, Science, Memory, IQ, Did You Know, Fun Fact

The Torah Podcast
Vidui/Confession - Halacha Podcast

The Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 9:24


Did You Know...? Welcome to our mini series here on The Torah Podcast! Each week along with our traditional episodes, we will also publish a quick tidbit on Halacha (Jewish Law) and the law's sources. Enjoy! This week is dedicated in memory of Harold Pasternak, Hershel ben Dovid. His neshama should have an Aliyah. Enjoyed this episode of The Torah Podcast? Connect with Rabbi Ephraim Nisenbaum at: www.clevelandjlc.com Remember to share this show with your family and friends. Help us spread quality Jewish education. Thinking about starting your own podcast? www.maverickpodcasting.com

Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank
EP 90 - NFL IS BACK + NFL Gameday, Top 5 Bowl Predictions, Schoolyard Scream!, College Football Showcase/Games of The Week, At The Buzzer & more

Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 29:09


This is Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank, Season 3 Premiere! This episode is huddling up & discussing: Headlines, NFL Gameday, Top 5 Bowl Predictions, Did You Know?, Schoolyard Scream!, College Football Showcase/Games of The Week, At The Buzzer, Question of The Day & more! This episode is not to he missed! Subscribe to Full Episodes here: https://youtu.be/-V0EDdJ46B4 Follow @schoolyardsports on Instagram/TikTok & @schoolyardsport on Twitter Produced by http://www.DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts https://youtu.be/nrqki6fdrdk

Fertility Friendly Food
How to Regulate Your Cycle with PCOS with Candice Crellin APD | PCOS Mini-Series | Episode 73

Fertility Friendly Food

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 36:21


September is PCOS Awareness Month and to recognise this The Fertility Friendly Podcast is diving into our PCOS mini-series all month! PCOS is one of the most common reproductive health conditions that affects 8 to 13% of females of reproductive age and is a very common concern we see in our practice, here at The Dietologist.This week, we are joined by Candice Crellin APD. Candice has over 14 years of experience as a dietitian with over 10 years in the field of diabetes management, insulin resistance and PCOS. We are lucky enough to have Candice consulting with us at The Dietologist. Candice shares her journey with her career, her own pregnancies, and losses as well as her expertise in regulating your menstrual cycle if you suffer from PCOS.  DID YOU KNOW?? There are 5 key dietary changes that have been shown to impact our anovulatory infertility by 69%  Listen in for more! This is one not to be missed. Interested in more expert advice from Candice? Book a 1:1 consultation with her here. Links for show notes:Listen to our how to lower androgens naturally episode here Listen to our Nutrition for PCOS episode hereListen to a Candid and balanced conversation about weight & fertility episode hereListen to the Omega-3s for fertility episode hereRead about 3 ways to combat PCOS hair growth hereRead about how Inositol can help with PCOS hereFollow candice_fertility_dietitian on Instagram here. Need expert advice for the management your PCOS symptoms? Book a one-on-one Zoom consultation with The Dietologist team for your personalised nutrition and supplementation plan for management of PCOSWelcome to Fertility Friendly Food The Podcast!I'm Stefanie, expert fertility dietitian and nutritionist, founder of The Dietologist, here to help inspire and empower you with factual nutrition information about women's and men's health, hormones and fertility & pregnancy. A virtual nutrition practice dedicated to women's health, fertility & pregnancy.Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is not to be replaced by personalised medical or dietetic advice, please speak to your health care professional before making any diet or lifestyle changes. The Dietologist and its guests do not accept any liability for any harm or damages that occur from following any of the suggestions in these podcast episodes.Shop our range of meal plans, eBooks and cookbook at: https://thedietologist.com.au/shop/ Website: thedietologist.com.auWant to work one-on-one? Apply for a Complimentary Discovery CallInstagram: @the_dietologist and @endo.dietitianFacebook: @thedietologist 

The Lance Wallnau Show
Biden went full tilt Anton LaVey | Lance Rant

The Lance Wallnau Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 32:26


Biden went full tilt Anton LaVey, last night as his blood red Satan set and Nuremberg film crew cast the first fascist speech delivered by a President. Worse yet, it was delivered from the place where our Fathers declared freedom from the very tyranny he preached. Independence Hall, Philadelphia was desecrated. Commander BumbleBiden was flanked by Marines as he accused half of the nation of being fascists. NOTE: America's enemies are not the nuclear Mullahs of Iran or the Chinese Communists, no, Americas enemies are people insisting on election integrity and believe abortion should be decided by people who vote in states and not lawyers in bathrobes on benches. For these and other crimes, “MAGA” is branded as a criminal extremist cult. They are trying to provoke us to violence. They SWATTED Steve Bannon's home as the speech started, in hopes of an accidental assassination. They SWATTED MTG twice in hopes of an accidental shooting. Bannon's sentencing is coming soon. He may go to jail for not appearing before the fake Jan 6 committee. They also want to indict Trump. Again, they want violence. You know what drives them crazy? We don't cooperate. It scares them. They know we're winning and when we get the gavel, we will open up the can of worms they seek to keep sealed. Hunters lap top, Bidens profits. Biden's Impeachment. Jan 6 review and firing of Chris Wray. Look into FBI corruption. Maybe even Russia gate leads us to Obama? Who knows? That's what they can't stand. They must shut us down. Biden can rant all he wants. He will be impeached when we take over. Somehow they know this and that's why they are desperate and pulling out the stops. DID YOU KNOW? I'm sad and mad cause google is trying to cancel my 200,000 followers on YouTube. They hate what I say. So… how can I say MORE? That's what I'm wondering. First, I need to get a lawyer and sue. So far this FB platform has been good to me and let me survive. For that I am very grateful. I'm sure I'm throttled but as long as I can talk to some of you I'm happy. Get ready, it's time for the ultimate late night Lance Rant.

Medical Matters Podcast
Medical Matters Podcast--Life Expectancy

Medical Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 37:05


On this episode, Peter and Kelly discuss lowering life expectancy rates. Also, in our "Did You Know" segment, a reminder that September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. A reminder: the National Crisis Hotline, available at all times, is 9-8-8.

Just Matt and CJ
Stephen Cleveland | 09.01.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 69:15


We learn a fun fact about President Grover Cleveland on today's Did You Know. Maybe you can guess based on this episode's title? Maybe not. Just check out our daily fact-finding missions on every episode.  Matt informs us that ADIDAS has made a new type of wireless earbud that can be charged by light. Not just light from the sun, but any light. Hell, maybe even your dim phone light while you doomscroll before falling asleep. Check out our Weird or Wired segment today to find out more info on this cool new product.  And Emily suspects she might have been a dumb child. We disagree, but she did happen to misinterpret a creepy relationship in one of her favorite childhood movies. Find out what movie she's talking about in Emily's Leftovers, where we discuss stuff she doesn't bother to bring in for her morning show. ok byeSupport the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Curious State
Can a "friends with benefits" relationship last? | feat. Dr. Justin Lehmiller

Curious State

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:06


The line between friendship and a romantic relationship blurs when sex comes strutting into the room. How do you navigate the complications of going from buddy to booty call?Thankfully, we've got an expert with the answers: Dr. Justin Lehmiller. He's a social psychologist, Kinsey Institute Research Fellow, and the creator of Sex and Psychology. Justin was part of a team that conducted a year-long study of 200 friends-with-benefits relationships. And what he found can help us all unweave this type of messy, sexy, and downright “oh my god what have I done??” relationship.A few curiosities you'll uncover in this episode:How FWB relationships can help close the orgasm gapWhy it's so difficult to transition an FWB relationship into a romantic oneWhat's so special about the one-year mark for FWB?Did You Know?According to the study Justin worked on, 25% of subjects hoped their friend-with-benefits relationship would turn into a romantic relationship. However, friends-with-benefits relationships play out how people want them to only 17% of the time.CreditsCurious State is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast hosted and produced by Doug Fraser.Find Curious State on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, or subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates.Podcast Manager - Adam Cecil Podcast and Advertising Operations Specialist - Morgan ChristiansonDigital Operations Specialist - Holly HutchingsMarketing and Publicity Assistant - Davina TomlinThe Quick and Dirty Tips network is a division of Macmillan Publishers in partnership with Mignon Fogarty, Inc.Have a question? Or a topic you'd like covered on the show? Maybe you just love sending emails? Whichever shoe fits, tie it on and send me a message at curious@quickanddirtytips.com.

Just Matt and CJ
Shrek Rave | 08.26.2022

Just Matt and CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 65:14


It's exactly how it sounds. There is going to be a Shrek themed rave coming to town in the next couple months, and our friend Emily is considering attending. Since we're a radio show that needs daily content, we highly encourage her to attend. Em hasn't made up her mind quite yet, and in the middle of researching the rave CJ accidentally plays a ridiculous video. So, maybe it's not the best encouragement? But still. We need pics from this rave, at the very least! If you plan on attending, let us know @TheCJMorgan on socials.  We highlight National Dog Day on Today is the Greatest and celebrate by talking about our favorite pooches - Miss Pickles and Mister President (AKA Mr. P). We also revisit a song Spenny made about the lovely pups. Celebrate your dogs along with us! Dogs are the best! And what does a black hole sound like? Scientists have finally been able to determine this, and we take a listen on today's Weird or Wired courtesy of Matt Bearden, who scoured the Internet to find the audio. Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank
EP 88 - LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET AT THE PUMP FOUNDATION DINNER ft. Jerry Rice, Matt Barnes, Ray Lewis, Bill Walton. Darvin Ham, Ozzie Smith & more

Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 30:35


This is Schoolyard Sports with Lane Frank, Season 2! This episode is huddling up & discussing: Headlines, Athlete Interviews From The Pump Foundation Dinner ft. Jerry Rice, Matt Barnes, Ray Lewis, Vince Young, Bill Walton. Darvin Ham, Ozzie Smith, LaDanian Tomlinson & more, Did You Know?, College Football Showcase, Fantasy Football Spotlight, Schoolyard Scream & more & more! This episode is not to he missed! Subscribe to Full Episodes here: https://youtu.be/-V0EDdJ46B4 Follow @schoolyardsports on Instagram/TikTok & @schoolyardsport on Twitter Produced by http://www.DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts https://youtu.be/nrqki6fdrdk

How To Be A Baddie
Life as a Ritual ✨

How To Be A Baddie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 11:55


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