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Bernard Beitman, M.D., is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. A graduate of Yale Medical School, he did his psychiatric residency at Stanford University. The former chair of psychiatry of the University of Missouri-Columbia medical school for 17 years, he writes a blog for Psychology Today on coincidence and is the coauthor of the award-winning book Learning Psychotherapy. The founder of The Coincidence Project, encourages people to tell each other their synchronicity and serendipity stories. His book, Meaningful Coincidences: How and Why Serendipity and Synchronicity Happen (September 13, 2022) comprehensively describes their wide range of uses and explanations. The book serves both as a personal guide to using synchronicities and serendipities as well an introduction to the new discipline of Coincidence Studies. https://coincider.com/ Connecting with Coincidence podcast YouTube Channel Connecting with Coincidence 2.0 audio podcasts Psychology Today Blog Website Connecting with Coincidence Facebook / Radio Show archives Twitter Psychiatry practice ------------------------------- Watch Path 11 TV wherever you want, on the iPhone, AppleTV, Android, Amazon Fire, and Roku Apps.
Allyson is the author of 5 books...with a 6th coming in 2023!!! We discuss her latest project, #LeadingTheWholeTeacher, plus her first DBC Inc. book, The Path to Serendipity, and she gives us a sneak peek at her upcoming book coauthored with Jessica Gomez!!Tons of takeaways and wonderful ideas shared throughout!!! Learn how to truly support educators in your system! Allyson on TwitterAllyson on InstagramAllyson's Linktree
Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Join Celeste for the Aquarius New Moon Workshop! Book a private astrology reading or horary consultation. Download Celeste's free guide to help understand the transiting Moon! Here's Celeste's Amazon storefront, with recommended books and oracle decks! Follow Astrology by Celeste on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Yelp. ***** Astrology highlights for the week of January 15, 2023: 00:51 – Announcement: Join Celeste for a fun and interactive Aquarius New Moon Workshop! 02:26 – This week's theme is: Penetrating Vision! The week's three big things are: First, Mercury stations direct at 8 Capricorn on Wednesday! It's stationing on fixed star Facies, which, according to Astrology King, is associated with warlike skill and danger to the eyes. Take extra care of your eyes this week! In horary astrology, Facies is associated with eyesight as well. It can also be about having a penetrating vision, and an intense and probing nature. How can you focus on what you want to bring forward? Also, Mercury is stationing in a quincunx to Mars, which can feel like an irritant. How can you release a thought process or way of thinking to help move you forward? A Yod or "finger of God" is also present, as Mercury sextiles the South Node in Scorpio. Will we see big news related to this Yod? 07:13 – Second, the Sun will have its annual conjunction with Pluto. Think: intensity and deep waters. (Lend your ears to Episode 36, "The US Pluto Return & Mercury Retrograde: Surprise!," to hear more about Pluto.) The Sun puts a spotlight on things, and Pluto breaks things down – it rules death and rebirth. This transit could be significant for the US, as Mars is on our natal Uranus. Will we see power struggles or some news of aggression? Remember to breathe and ground yourself if you feel out of sorts. 10:52 – Third, the Sun enters Aquarius on Friday, and we have an Aquarius New Moon on Saturday! Aquarius is symbolized by the water bearer but is an air sign. (The water represents the water of knowledge.) Aquarius rules over the collective and is future-focused. Saturn rules it in traditional astrology and Uranus in modern astrology. It's also the sign of our hopes and dreams. What's your bigger vision? How can you step back and have a higher view of things? 13:26 – On Sunday, the theme is PASSION. What lights you up? The Moon enters Scorpio at 4:08 am PT. 14:23 – On Monday, the word of the day is ADJUSTMENTS. Be flexible and release entrenched positions. 16:44 – Tuesday's focus is BENDING. Be like a willow tree, bend but do not break. The Moon enters Sagittarius at 9:32 am PT. 17:54 – On Wednesday, the word is REBIRTH. Things you thought were dead may have a second life. The Balsamic Moon at 13 Sagittarius is at 7:55 am PT. 18:58 – On Thursday, the theme is SERENDIPITY. Luck and opportunity meet! The Moon enters Capricorn at 11:11 am PT. 19:55 – On Friday, the emphasis is PERSPECTIVE. Put on your observer's cap. The Sun enters Aquarius at 12:29 am PT. 21:26 – On Saturday, the word is BEGINNINGS. The Moon enters Aquarius at 10:28 am PT. The New Moon is at 12:53 pm at 1 Aquarius. 22:36 – Thanks for listening to Celestial Insights! To support the podcast and help others find the show, please follow or subscribe wherever you listen, rate it five stars, or write a lovely review! And let Celeste know if you have any "astrology in action" stories at Celeste@astrologybyceleste.com! See you next week!
Nashville-based country artist Charlie Berry launched his solo career with the release of his first single at the beginning of 2021. Berry produces his own recordings, highlighting his combined talents as a vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist. I agree wholeheartedly with this from his bio. Berry is carried by his strong grounding voice, smart songwriting and skill as a producer. Charlie's compositions are catchy and relatable. His influences span multiple genres including Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, and Fleetwood Mac. But Charlie hasn't always been a country artist. He started out playing punk rock back in his home state of Texas and still draws inspiration from the energy of that music. Originally from Dallas, Berry moved to Nashville to immerse himself in the world of country music and has spent the past decade learning the craft of songwriting from the source. After a 7-year run as the singer of country trio Mockingbird Sun, Berry decided to embark on the journey of carving out a solo career for himself. With the release of his single “Whiskey Take It Easy” in January 2021 Berry established his place in modern country. He writes thoughtful lyrics akin to singer-songwriters of the 90s and combines that with production styles of modern country and pop. Based on our conversation, Charlie seems to have found his groove in Nashville and I'm sure he welcomes country super stardom, should that day come. In the meantime he's doubled down on songwriting. We talk about songwriting, plus Spotify streaming numbers, the creative process, booking shows, productivity and routine, studio production (and lessons therein), advice for singers, and advice for surviving Nashville. Please enjoy my conversation with Charlie Berry. Support the Unstarving Musician The Unstarving Musician exists solely through the generosity of its listeners, readers, and viewers. Learn how you can offer your support. This episode was powered by Music Marketing Method, a program for independent musicians looking to grow their music career. Music Marketing Method was created by my good friend Lynz Crichton. I'm in the program and I'm learning tons! I'm growing my fan base and learning about many ways that I'll be earning money in the new year. It's also helping me grow this podcast. How cool is that? To lean more and find out if Music Marketing Method can help your music career, visit UnstarvingMusician.com/MusicMarketing. This episode of the was powered by Liner Notes. Learn from the hundreds of musicians and industry pros I've spoken with for the Unstarving Musician on topics such as marketing, songwriting, touring, sync licensing and much more. Sign up for Liner Notes. Liner Notes is an email newsletter from yours truly, in which I share some of the best knowledge gems garnered from the many conversations featured on the Unstarving Musician. You'll also be privy to the latest podcast episodes and Liner Notes subscriber exclusives. Sign up at UnstarvingMusician.com. It's free and you can unsubscribe at anytime. Mentions and Related Episodes CharlieBerryMusic.com Chris Raspante on Serendipity, Networking, Reputation, Nashville, and The Wonders of Today's Talent (Ep 2) Crossing Paths with Jace Everett Alyssa Trahan on Recording, Sponsorships, Merchandising, Marketing, and Getting to Nashville Nashville, Songwriting, Periscope and Spiders–Mira Goto Resources The Unstarving Musician's Guide to Getting Paid Gigs, by Robonzo Music Marketing Method – The program that helps musicians find fans, grow an audience and make consistent income Bandzoogle – The all-in-one platform that makes it easy to build a beautiful website for your music Dreamhost – See the latest deals from Dreamhost, save money and support the UM in the process. More Resources for musicians Pardon the Interruption (Disclosure) Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means I make a small commission, at no extra charge to you, if you purchase using those links. Thanks for your support! Visit UnstarvingMusician.com to sign up for Liner Notes to learn what I'm learning from the best indie musicians and music industry professionals. Stay in touch! @RobonzoDrummer on Twitter and Instagram @UnstarvingMusician on Facebook and YouTube
Is so-called “dumb luck” really so dumb? Or is it, in fact, the result of an invitation? As my guest on this episode of What the Fundraising explains, there's an art and science to this thing called “serendipity.” Christian Busch, author of "The Serendipity Mindset: The Art and Science of Creating Good Luck," is showing us how to cultivate the unexpected, with insights about why an abundant approach opens doors (and how staying small can literally cause us to miss good fortune right in our path). In addition to sharing fascinating research, Christian is also providing concrete strategies for shifting our luck – as fundraisers and humans. As he explains, incremental adjustments in the permission we give and the environment we create can make all the difference. And if you think luck somehow isn't credible because, well … it's just luck, Christian demonstrates the many ways that are not true. We can create an actionable road map to good fortune through flexible attitudes and frameworks. It serves no one to be overly attached to outcomes, says Christian, who highlights examples of organizations that have reaped the benefits of richer, more sustained connections. Make no mistake, says Christian, who also directs New York University's CGA Global Economy Program, “You can prepare for the unexpected by creating the foundations for it.” Transformational change starts with the decision to open up our worlds and missions to results we can't even imagine. Is your organization ready to invite – and harness the power of – serendipity? If so, jump in and join the conversation! Get all the resources from today's episode here. Follow along on Instagram Connect with Mallory on LinkedIn Many thanks to our sponsor, Feathr for making this episode possible. Our friends at Feather help nonprofits like yours level up their digital campaigns every day through their nonprofit marketing platform. Don't rely on magic this year. Check out Feathr to streamline your digital marketing campaigns and exceed your goals. Learn more and get started today at Feathr.co. If you haven't already, please visit our new What the Fundraising community forum. Check it out and join the conversation at this link. If you're looking to raise more from the right funders, then you'll want to check out my Power Partners Formula, a step-by-step approach to identifying the optimal partners for your organization. This free masterclass offers a great starting point
In this episode, we talk about serendipity. Yes (for those who remember) the 2001 movie (remember?! John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale!) but also the word, what it means, the origin of it, how to experience more of it, and why focus and following through on plans is not *always* preferable to being distracted and being thrown off-course. http://sienaandtoast.com/podcast/147 Find Siena and Toast on Facebook Instagram @sienaandtoast Connect with Siena and Toast here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we talk about serendipity. Yes (for those who remember) the 2001 movie (remember?! John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale!) but also the word, what it means, the origin of it, how to experience more of it, and why focus and following through on plans is not *always* preferable to being distracted and being thrown off-course. http://sienaandtoast.com/podcast/147 Find Siena and Toast on Facebook Instagram @sienaandtoast Connect with Siena and Toast here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Imagine my surprise when, on the Saturday before I was set to be interviewed on a podcast last summer, my phone dings. It's Door Dash. Huh?! I didn't order anything . . . Turns out it was a surprise delivery from the producer of that show, Matthew Thompson. Next thing I know, my husband Michael and I are enjoying iced coffee and yummy treats with our Sunday morning reading—I have never felt so taken care of prior to guesting on a podcast! That's Matt, and he's all class (not to mention a fellow systems aficionado). When he suggested we flip the mic to talk more about my podcasting process, I leaped to say yes :) We talk about increasing the surface area of serendipity, saving time, improving interview quality with pre-surveys, and what we both learned from conducting three-month daily podcasting sprints. More About Matt: Producer Matt helps entrepreneurs around the world unlock the power of podcasting. Over the last five years, he's built a system that protects founders from the pain of podcasting so they can focus on having conversations that add value, build relationships and grow their business. Email him here »
Breaking Silence.This is Rachel's first interview in three years - we are honoured. Serendipity.Rachel saw Lol Kissing on tour - or did Rachel see Lol on the Kissing tour? Slowdive's future drummer Simon was two rows behind RachelThough they didn't meet for another 1000 days.Splendiferous.Kabuki intro made the crowd go mental Spinal Tap moment Pornography playing 100 years without a crash helmetRachel's revolving Toronto stage. Every bad haircut and stupid interview on the Web forever. Seditionaries.Rachel didn't see a female tech until the late 90's Christian would wear a dress if it got him in the band The Cure's Pearl had interesting outfits More female techs in music today - yay!Subversives.Budgie honorary female with The Slits Lol didn't leave his hotel for three days in NYC!Lol and Budgie say Exeter for the book tour.Salvationists.Still Talking after All These YearsBudgie and Viv Albertine - as if for the first time Budgie? All will be revealed in the next episode of ‘Frankie Goes to Hollywood' Lol? Micky D and his mum say, Laurence! In Japan, it's Mr Bud Gee SanSentinels.At 12, Rachel loved Joni Mitchell and Grace jones, at 14, Siouxsie Lol and Budgie dig the Joni Mitchell bio Lol has Sylvia Plath's ‘Bell Jar' in many versions.Rachel will seek out Bridget Riley. Inspirational Siren: Nico (October 16, 1938 – July 18, 1988) CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Episode: 115Today's guest on Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks is creative writer, poet, avid marathon runner, Renaissance Woman, and CEO/Broker of Dynamic Real Estate, Carmen Micsa.Join us on this episode as I speak with guest Carmen Micsa who is known by many as the Renaissance Woman. Carmen shares her journey and why she lives up to this name. Growing up in Romania was not an easy journey as she learned firsthand from her father during the Communism movement an important lesson that helped her see her world and opportunities much differently that everyone else. Carmen reframed her purpose and reinvented herself in the process leading to new experiences. Side note: Carmen and I share something in common and we had a deep conversation about this shared specialty. Watch the full video of this episode on our YouTube channel available Saturday January 7th: https://youtube.com/@adrianstarks
In the post Christmas and New Year haze, Hannah & Joel agreed to watch each other's favourite films. That meant Joel had to sit down and get stuck in to the 2001 romcom "Serendipity" and Hannah had to endure all 155 minutes of "Gladiator"! If you'd like to suggest an activity, you can! Email: Hello@NeverEverPod.com Instagram: @NeverEverPod You can even take the conversation to the OFFICIAL Never Have I Ever subreddit.... https://www.reddit.com/r/NeverEverPod/ Thanks for listening. Please subscribe and leave a five star review!
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Danny * https://dbsoundworks.bandcamp.com/ * Akash * https://www.akashthakkar.com/ Topics: * 100KHz microphones * There's an entire town in Alaska that's contained entirely in one building - https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2015/07/us/whittier-alaska-american-story/ * Tired: CRT filter in emulated video games. Wired: grainy magazine screenshot filter in emulated video games * http://folklore.usc.edu/childrens-song-hitler-is-a-jerk/ * Coming back to games months after starting, forgetting what happened, totally forgetting how to play, and never playing again/starting over * Vampire Survivors genre name Microtopics: * Sleeping with 20,000 podcasts. * Hyper Light Waiter. * Rift of the Necrodancer. * Picking up a dog ribcage and the rest of the dog comes with it. * A cat flowing out of your hands like water. * Which organ you smell with. * Dipping your fingies into the chicken vat to refresh the chicken smell. * Serendipity, providence, kismet, fate: Stormdancing. * Nyquist vs. Dayquist. * A big talking world snake named Carlosti, just like in the Edda. * Pitching a character's voice down four semitones to indicate that they're the bad guy. * Inventing a sound never heard before. * Doing a fun click. * Whether to take Tidal seriously. * Moving to a town that lives in a shopping mall. * Snowpiercer but the wheels fell off. * Signing your kids up for Twitter because they have to learn about death somehow. * A tiktok sensation dancing with a subway sandwich. * Visiting the sewage treatment plant next to the Forever 21. * The only two Invisible War fans in the world, on the same podcast together. * Crimothy, Jermdom and Frenchalor. * The Archie Effect. * A video card that's broken in an extremely specific way. * Reading a brochure about Super Metroid over and over. * A controller made of marzipan. * 2x Sai vs. SuperEagle. * DLSS but for pixel art. * Star Wars but every six seconds it's a different director. * Paying composers to make original music because you enjoy the idea of paying people to do work. * A poem by Nega-Kanye West. * The engine that drives the popularity of the "Whistle while you work / Hitler is a jerk" rhyme. * Bratwurst vs. Vienna Sausage. * Whether Data has functional genitalia. * The episode of Star Trek: the Next Generation where Data stars in a porn film in order to better understand that part of the human experience. * Star Trek Next Generation Triple-X Porn Parody: it's a satire. * Trying to find the Star Trek Next Generation Triple-X porn parody but all you can find is endless copies of the Babylon 5 porn parody. * Searching the internet and the universe for an answer. * Pressing both the sticks in and the sea monkeys come out. * What's cool about Dark Souls. * Trying to get your mom to play Skyrim with the Macho Man Randy Savage mod installed. * Video games: fuck the whole town! * Game of the Year in the sense of Time Magazine's Man of the Year. * Roguelikes: they're like Rogue. * Single-stick shooters. * The kind of game that a CSI character would play. * What Fortnite was before it was a PubG clone. * The extremely bitter blog post about the Edge team giving up and wrapping Chromium. * Where to play Frog Fractions 4 and 5. * How to feel about numbers. * The most expensive Vampire Survivor-likes. * Where to find Drop 7 2. * Arcade Paradise. * Bootleg Fractions.
In this episode I will speak with Dr. Christian Busch Christian is an internationally known expert in the areas of Innovation, Purpose Driven Leadership, and Serendipity. Christian is the author of the book "The Serendipity Mindset - the Art and Science of Creating Good Luck". He's the director of the CGA Global Economy Program at NYU, and also teaches at the London School of Economics. He's the Co-Founder of Leaders on Purpose, the Sandbox Network, and the former director of LSE's Innovation Lab. He works with senior executives and governments around the world. He's the member of the World Economic Forum, WEF's Expert Forum, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and on the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 thinkers most likely to shape the future. In this podcast we will speak about how we can cultivate Serendipity in order to create better results for ourselves and others, increase creativity and innovations, and make our lives richer.
Here's another BONUS episode of the Precarious podcast. I'm tossing these out there as I feel moved to share with you an "audio journal" version of my experiences living and dying. I guess you could say I'm letting you in to my inner workings as I travel down this path.These audio journals are not meant to replace the original Precarious podcast format. I do plan to interview guests as long as I am feelng well enough and can recruit guests to interview.In this episode, I share my reactions to a Mary Oliver Essay titled "the Bird". This is a magical story at every level: the original story she wrote, my story, the serendipity of the intersection of these stories. Boundless beauty wrapped in hope.
Can meaningful coincidences inspire interpersonal and spiritual growth? Tune in for a discussion with Bernard Beitman, MD, on his new #book Meaningful Coincidences: How and Why #Synchronicity and #Serendipity Happen. #MomentsWithMarianne with host Marianne Pestana airs every Tuesday at 3PM PST / 6PM EST and every Friday at 10AM PST/ 1PM EST in the Southern California area on #KMET1490AM & 98.1 FM, ABC Talk News Radio affiliate! Not in the area? Click here to listen! https://tunein.com/radio/KMET-1490-s33999/Bernard Beitman, M.D., is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. A graduate of Yale Medical School, he did his psychiatric residency at Stanford University. The former chair of psychiatry of the University of Missouri-Columbia medical school for 17 years, he writes a blog for Psychology Today on coincidence, is the coauthor of the award-winning book Learning Psychotherapy and the founder of The Coincidence Project. https://coincider.comFor more show information visit: www.MariannePestana.com#bookclub #readinglist #books #bookish #healing #MariannePestana #author #authorinterview #nonfiction #kmet1490am #enlightenment #consciousness #consciousliving #selfhelp #meaningfulcoincidences
“Life is not merely a series of meaningless accidents or coincidences, but rather, it's a tapestry of events that culminate in an exquisite, sublime plan.” We are ending the year with one of the best romantic comedies ever made - Serendipity! We discuss if we believe in fate or coincidences. We talk about how this movie feels supernatural, and why John is the epitome of rom-coms. We dive into why the energy and mindset you bring into your life affect the results of your successes. @romcomedianspod @_jennyjennings @abbeyfinch
It's almost the new year. We have one more Christmas movie to review before we tuck them away for another year. This movie is filled with engagements, missed chance in counters and signs, so many signs. We are trying out a new format so let us know how you like it. Like subscribe and leave us a review. 5 stars makes us feel fabulous! You can find more witty commentary on all our favorite movies at Two Chicks Talkin Flicks Email firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @2chicksNFlicks Instagram @twochickstalkinflicks https://linktr.ee/Twochickstalkinflicks https://www.buzzsprout.com/1326058
Dr Glenn McConell chats with Professor Katrien de Bock from ETH Zürich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. We discussed how exercise training increases blood vessels in skeletal muscle. Also muscle cells and blood vessels in regards to injury/repair and cancer. We also discussed exercise and leucine sensitivity. 0:00. Introduction 2:00. What is the vasculature. Blood vessels Endothelial cells etc 5:46. Redirecting blood to the muscle during exercise 7:16. Exercise training increases blood vessels in muscle 8:50. Exercise also improves blood vessel function 10:13. How does exercise increase muscle blood vessels? Called angiogenesis. It appears there is either sprouting or splitting into two. Not clear still. 14:32. Does every study you do work? Need resilience. “Negative data”. 19:06. Types of cells in blood vessels/ cell cross talk Satellite cells, white blood cells etc. 21:05. Muscle repair and blood vessel cells Timing important. Anti inflammatories 24:20. Too many anti inflammatories not ideal For adaptations to exercise and muscle repair. 24:44. Exercise blood flow stimulates blood vessel growth/angiogenesis Also vascular endothelial growth factor. 27:07. Hypoxia inducible factor 1 alpha (HIF1a) Exercise is an adaptive response to stress 29:28. Endothelial cells differ between organs The experimental models that she uses. Metabolically active endothelial cells. 33.17. Different types of exercise and blood vessel growth 35:35. Blood vessels and satellite cells 37:30. The importance of cell, animal and human studies 38:35. Keep eyes open to collaborations from left field Serendipity and persistence. Apold1. 43:07. Blood flow restriction/iliac artery endofibrosis 46:27. Exercise and leucine sensitivity Timing of protein intake after exercise not important. Anabolic resistance. 50:45. Takeaway messages 52:40. Exercise, cancer and blood vessels etc 54:34. Outro (9 seconds) Inside Exercise brings to you the who's who of exercise metabolism, exercise physiology and exercise's effects on health. With scientific rigor, these researchers discuss popular exercise topics while providing practical strategies for all. The interviewer, Emeritus Professor Glenn McConell, has an international research profile following 30 years of Exercise Metabolism research experience while at The University of Melbourne, Ball State University, Monash University, the University of Copenhagen and Victoria University. He has published over 120 peer reviewed journal articles and recently edited an Exercise Metabolism eBook written by world experts on 17 different topics (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-94305-9). Connect with Inside Exercise and Glenn McConell at: Twitter: @Inside_exercise and @GlennMcConell1 Instagram: insideexercise Facebook: Glenn McConell LinkedIn: Glenn McConell https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-mcconell-83475460 ResearchGate: Glenn McConell Email: email@example.com Subscribe to Inside exercise: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3pSYnNSXDkNLH8rImzotgP?si=Whw_ThaERF6iIKwxutDoNA Apple Podcasts: https://podcastsconnect.apple.com/my-podcasts/show/inside-exercise/03a07373-888a-472b-bf7e-a0ff155209b2 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy84ZTdiY2ZkMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Anchor: https://anchor.fm/insideexercise Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/4025218
We are reviewing the fan-voted Christmas movie tournament. See what movie came in first place. Here's the movies: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)A Christmas Carol (2009)The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)Fred Claus (2007)Its A wonderful Life (1946)Jack Frost (1998)Die Hard (1988)This Christmas (2007)A Christmas Carol (1951)All I want for Christmas (1991)Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)Ernest Saves Christmas (1988)National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)Rent (2005)Home Alone (1990)Less Than Zero (1987)A Christmas Story (1983)the long kiss goodnight (1996)Miracle on 34th Street (1947)Diner (1982)Elf (2003)The Christmas Shoes (2002)Gremlins (1984)A Season for Miracles (1999)Bad Santa (2003)Brazil (1985)Scrooged (1988)The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008)Edward Scissorhands (1990)Four Christmases (2008)Trading Places (1983)Reindeer Games (2000)The Santa Clause (1994)Lethal Weapon (1987)Joyeux Noel (2005)I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998)The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)Deck the Halls (2006)The Shop Around the Corner (1940)November Christmas (2010)Happiest Season (2020)Eyes Wide Shut (1999)A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)silent night deadly night (1984)The Christmas Chronicles (2018)Friday After Next (2002)Love Actually (2003)Nothing Like the Holidays (2008)8-Bit Christmas (2021)Mrs. Miracle (2009)Silent Night (2002)Mixed Nuts (1994)The Night Before (2015)Frosty the Snowman (1969)Batman Returns (1992)Spirited (2022)Black Christmas (1974)Nativity! (2009)How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)Trapped in Paradise (1994)Last Christmas (2019)The Santa Clause 2 (2002)The Ref (1994)A very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)The Family Man (2000)12 Days of Giving (2017)A Boy Called Christmas (2021)bad moms christmas (2017)Krampus (2015)The Lemon Drop Kid (1951)The Polar Express (2004)Kristin's Christmas Past (2013)Better Watch Out (2016)12 Dates of Christmas (2011)Prancer (1989)Beyond Tomorrow (1940)White Christmas (1954)One Magic Christmas (1985)Shazam! (2019)Crown for Christmas (2015)The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974)Arthur Christmas (2011)How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)Holiday Affair (1949)Lovely, Still (2008)The Santa Suit (2009)Jingle All the Way (1996)Christmas With the Kranks (2004)Santa Claus is Comin' to Town (1970)Noel (2004)the preacher's wife (1996)Fatman (2020)Just Friends (2005)29th Street (1991)The Snowman (1982)A Christmas Tale (2008)Surviving Christmas (2004)A Christmas Detour Message (2004)The Little Drummer Boy (1968)The Nativity Story (2005)Serendipity (2001)A Chipmunk Christmas (1981)LOOK WHO'S TALKING NOW (1993) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support
In this episode we're talking about frozen hot chocolates, fortunate accidents, and the 2001 rom-com featuring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale: Serendipity!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Tonight At EightBy Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show
This week we are back to discuss the 2001 rom com, SERENDIPITY. We unpack the meet cute, Kate Beckinsale's character being spiritually neurotic, coin the term Serendipity Core, and contemplate the future of cinema after seeing The Menu and Violent Night. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's the 2022 Two Geeks Christmas special! And as promised, it's a sort-of-Christmas-romcom episode.Here, Tom looks back at the 2001 romance film Serendipity starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, while Morgan delves into 1998's You've Got Mail with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.Sure, it doesn't sound like geek fodder that belongs on the podcast, and you might be right....In the episode, we discuss:Can John Smiths be classed as a 'Christmas' beer?Don't put on Christmas jumpers you bought a few years ago. It will crush you.Do you have a 'going to bed' film of choice?The romcom trope of having a 'perfect breakup' and then instantly chasing someone else (we're looking at you, Matthew McConaughey in The Wedding Planner)What was the golden age of romcoms?Why Kate Beckinsale deserved betterWhy men should enjoy romcoms together more oftenDoes Morgan now finally like Tom Hanks?Is Jude Law the most beautiful man of all time?Clips used:Friends (NBC)Serendipity (Miramax)You've Got Mail (Warner Bros)The Wedding Planner (Columbia)Please leave us a review here!You can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.We're now also on TikTok!Please support us Patreon, and get some awesome exclusive Two Geeks goodies!
This week on the KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson welcomes back to the show, Cindy Kolbe! Cindy was on the show in 2019 and so much has happened since her last episode. Cindy is the author of the book Just Keep Swimming: a crash, a quest, and waves of hope, which is the second edition of Cindy's memoir. The original edition is entitled “Struggling with Serendipity.” Cindy has been a lifelong disability advocate, directed a nonprofit, managed group homes, and taught literacy at a state institution. She is a peer mentor for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and supports other Warrior Moms, as well as other disability and mental health nonprofits. Cindy lives near Boston and presents workshops at Abilities Expos across the country. She is a frequent guest on podcasts and published over 50 articles in three years in 22 different media. Her work has been featured in Tiny Buddha, Power of Moms, Option B, Women for One, Parent (now Motherly), Stigma Fighters, Grown and Flown, and more. You can connect with Cindy on: Facebook (@justkeepswimmingbook), Instagram (@cindybkolbe), and her website (www.cindykolbe.com), which includes her newsletter titled, “Just Keep Swimming!” Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, JioSaavn, Amazon and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about the host, Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com
Prepare to be delighted by an amazing human, Allyson Apsey! She shares her philosophy of life with hope and how her new role (which could be described as detective meets Iron Chef) is bringing energy, light, and focus to wherever she goes. Transcript available here. About Our Guest: Allyson Apsey has been an award-winning school leader for nearly 20 years, leading all levels from elementary to High School. She is a best-selling author of several books—including Leading the Whole Teacher and The Path to Serendipity. Website: allysonapsey.com Twitter: @AllysonApsey Instagram: @AllysonApsey About Lainie: Lainie Rowell is an educator, international consultant, podcaster, and TEDx speaker. She is the lead author of Evolving Learner and a contributing author of Because of a Teacher. Her latest book, Evolving with Gratitude, was just released. An experienced teacher and district leader, her expertise includes learner-driven design, community building, online/blended learning, and professional learning. Learn more at linktr.ee/lainierowell. Twitter - @LainieRowell Instagram - @LainieRowell Evolving with Gratitude, the book, is now available! Purchase here! You can also get bulk orders for your staff (10 copies or more) at a discounted price! Just fill out the form linked below and someone will get back to you ASAP! bit.ly/ewgbulkdiscount
Episode 111: Jay Harrington and Tom Nixon riff on the benefits of becoming the type of person who “gets lucky” in business instead of being beholden to a strict strategy. They review 2022 trends and developments on LinkedIn, including the flood of Twitter creators flocking to LinkedIn and the selfie craze. And they address the importance of becoming known well to a particular audience versus being well known to the masses.
#038 - Welcome to another episode of Quorum, where we believe that contributing to a DAO is the best way to find engaging and rewarding work in the new Web3 economy. In today's show, Sam and I were interviewed by Droste who is the host of Bankless DAO's Making Bank Podcast. You'll discover: the pros and cons with the lack of gatekeepers in DAOs, how DAOs allow for more serendipity than traditional work, playing positive sum games instead of zero sum games, and, the power of cohort based learning ======================= Resources:
Serendipity: the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. “Getting stuck in traffic” doesn't sound like it fits the definition of serendipity, but it does for me and this week's guest, Noah Graff of Graff-Pinkert and the Swarfcast podcast! Noah and I connected when he caught an episode of my podcast while stuck in traffic, and it led to a great conversation about his experiences as a treasure hunter who travels around the world to find interesting pieces of manufacturing equipment, and how he uses a serendipity mindset to find new connections, overcome challenges, and turn outdated or unusable equipment into new treasures! 2:00 – What does it mean to be a “treasure hunter” in manufacturing? 5:00 – Someone's trash always has the potential to be someone else's treasure—you just need to have the right mindset to find it! 6:22 – It's amazing what you can find by keeping an open mind and always looking for the unexpected 9:00 – Serendipity isn't just about being in the right place at the right time. You also have to be in the right mindset. 9:42 – What's the difference between mindfulness and luck? 11:30 – Many leaders have either a growth mindset or a fixed mindset, but leaders can also consider a “serendipity” mindset 12:00 – To embrace a serendipity mindset, one strategy is serendipity bombs, or seeking multiple people who can help you complete a task, like finding a piece of machinery or doing research for an article 14:00 – Another tactic is serendipity hooks, or opening up a conversation to find new opportunities 15:45 – By being open to new conversations with new people, you can find great and unexpected opportunities—don't be afraid to be the spark for a conversation! Connect with Noah Graff: Graff-Pinkert website Swarfcast Podcast
We are sitting down with Freddie, and he is doing his very own 104 Christmas Movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what he think is the best movie from the Christmas movie. If you want to do your own tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are all the movies in the tournament: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) The Holiday (2006) A Christmas Carol (2009) The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) Fred Claus (2007) Its A Wonderful Life (1946) Jack Frost (1998) Die Hard (1988) This Christmas (2007) A Christmas Carol (1951) All I want for Christmas (1991) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) Ernest Saves Christmas (1988) National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989) Window Wonderland (2013) Home Alone (1990) All I want is Christmas (2012) A Christmas Story (1983) Christmas Mall (2010) Miracle on 34th Street (1947) A Grandpa For Christmas (2007) Elf (2003) The Christmas Shoes (2002) Gremlins (1984) A Season for Miracles (1999) Bad Santa (2003) Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever (2014) Scrooged (1988) The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Four Christmases (2008) Trading Places (1983) Reindeer Games (2000) The Santa Clause (1994) A Boy for Christmas (2004) Joyeux Noel (2005) I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Deck the Halls (2006) The Shop Around the Corner (1940) November Christmas (2010) Happiest Season (2020) Pete's Christmas (2013) A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) Next Stop, Christmas (2021) The Christmas Chronicles (2018) Friday After Next (2002) Love Actually (2003) Nothing Like the Holidays (2008) 8-Bit Christmas (2021) Mrs. Miracle (2009) Silent Night (2002) Mixed Nuts (1994) The Night Before (2015) Frosty the Snowman (1969) Batman Returns (1992) Holiday in Handcuffs (2006) Black Christmas (1974) Nativity! (2009) How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) Trapped in Paradise (1994) Last Christmas (2019) Operation Christmas Drop (2020) The Ref (1994) A very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011) The Family Man (2000) 12 Days of Giving (2017) A Boy Called Christmas (2021) The Christmas Card (2006) Krampus (2015) The Lemon Drop Kid (1951) The Polar Express (2004) Kristin's Christmas Past (2013) Better Watch Out (2016) 12 Dates of Christmas (2011) Prancer (1989) Beyond Tomorrow (1940) White Christmas (1954) One Magic Christmas (1985) Shazam! (2019) Crown for Christmas (2015) The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974) Arthur Christmas (2011) How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) Holiday Affair (1949) Lovely, Still (2008) The Santa Suit (2009) Jingle All the Way (1996) Christmas With the Kranks (2004) Santa Claus is Comin' to Town (1970) Noel (2004) the preacher's wife (1996) Fatman (2020) Just Frineds (2005) Eight Crazy Nights (2002) The Snowman (1982) A Christmas Tale (2008) Surviving Christmas (2004) A Christmas Detour Message (2004) The Little Drummer Boy (1968) The Nativity Story (2005) Serendipity (2001) Alvin & the Chipmunks - A Chipmunk Christmas (1981) LOOK WHO'S TALKING NOW (1993) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support
Join Trish and Rob for a conversation with... Alex Marcoux writes visionary fiction and spiritual self-help. She was welcomed into a world few people see, the sacred mysteries and magic of autism. When asked by three nonverbal autists to make known their truth, The Unsuspected Heroes, the first book of A Journey to the New Earth book series, emerges. She's also the author of Lifesigns: Tapping the Power of Synchronicity, Serendipity, and Miracles, the Royal Secret, a Matter of Degrees, Back to Salem, Facade.
A very special guest on the podcast this week.World famous architect, Ben Wood, who, in short, cultivated serendipity against all odds… not just in how he won business, in how he changed China and architecture globally. Before he had made a name for himself, Ben, from a middle class family in rural Georgia, was winning business that world renowned architects were competing for.He won business nationally and globally from developing growth management strategies for Snowmass, Aspen, Telluride and Park City to authoring the master plans for the Revitalization of New York Times Square to designing developments in major cities across the United States as well as in Japan, England and throughout Europe and in China. Ben is perhaps is most renowned for being the Architect who designed Shanghai's famous Xintiandi (which means “New Heaven and Earth).Xintiandi is so successful that it has become a verb and not only in China but across the globe. Developers say to architects, ‘Can you Xintiandi this project for me?' Ben says he listens to people and culture and he sees not only the vision and design, he sees opportunity where others didn't. He's done it, not just once, again and again. We talk about Ben's life, how against all obvious odds, he cultivates serendipity.*** Don't miss Ben's book releasing soon, ‘Into the Dragon's Mouth', stories from an American Architect Who Changed China. ***Shownotes - 0:00 - Ben Wood: How to Cultivate Serendipity, Against All Odds5:02 - Ben shares his back story13:01 - Deciding to become an architect22:47 - The story of winning29:12 - Being a visionary (looking to the future, not the past)31:28 - Earning great clients38:10 - People first44:22 - Ideas48:40 - Ben's ‘BusinessFeeder', DR Bar (Shanghai)54:51 - Passion and serving people57:00 - The Final 3People/Resources Mentioned - Benjamin C. ThompsonSteven SpielbergJeffrey Katzenberg DreamWorks Animation Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT Harvard University National Art Gallery Time Magazine Ben's Ted Talk Elon MuskBeryl MarkhamBooks -Leonardo da Vinci - by Walter IsaacsonSteve Jobs - by Walter IsaacsonThe Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) - by Seth Godin West with the Night - by Beryl Markham‘Into the Dragon's Mouth', stories from an American Architect Who Changed China - by Ben Wood* - Releases in 2023Quotes-He who flies highest sees the farthest… just remember, just as you needed a runway to take off, remember to consider your landing. Find something you do well, and do it almost better than anybody in the world.www.JereMetcalfPodcast.comPowered byJere Metcalf Partners404.627.7789Jere@mpartners.ioJeremetcalfpart
Kwaku Farkye has been a part of multiple startups, an accelerator program, and even helped a company get acquired by a $20B giant. As CTO, he's got a wealth of technical and business knowledge. He joins me today to talk about Navi, his latest venture that connects startup coaches and mentors with founders. We talk about challenges faced by developers, finding mentors for your business, and serendipity. Give it a listen! ----- Show Notes: (15:45) - Problems faced by early-stage developers (27:30) - What to do when habits get broken due to working harder (01:03:00) - If you're feeling lazy, lean into it ----- Links: * Connect with Kwaku Farkye on LinkedIn * Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker * The Startup Help Desk podcast ----- Episode Quotes I Enjoyed “Jumping into things I knew nothing about and make my way around it.” “Everything is a startup analogy.” ---- If you liked the episode, subscribe for more! Let's chat: reach me at email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/playhardpodcast/support
It wouldn't be a season of "Drinking With..." without a John Cusack movie! Pour up some frozen hot chocolate, and join Steven McCash as he chats with Stoney Keeley and Brandon Vick about this whimsical John Cusack-Kate Beckinsale rom-com. It's a charming movie for a charming time of year! Today, we're drinking with...Serendipity!To make the Serendipity 3 Frozen Hot Chocolate, you'll need: -2 1/2 tablespoons Serendipity hot chocolate mix (available at certain gourmet food stores)-1 1/2 cup Milk-3-4 oz. Dark Chocolate-1 teaspoon Sugar-Whipped cream, to taste-3-4 Ice cubesCut the chocolate into pieces, keeping about an ounce for later use, and heat the chocolate and hot chocolate mix and 1/2 a cup of milk on a double boiler for 2-3 minutes, until chocolate is completely melted.Remove from heat, add the remaining milk, sugar and ice cubes and blend it using a blender for 2-3 minutes. The ice cubes can be made out of chocolate milk in advance to maintain the density of the drink.Pour the drink into a glass. Grate the remaining 1 ounce of chocolate, add it to the drink and stir. Garnish with whipped cream and some grated chocolate.To add a kick to the drink, add any of your favorite liquor (Rum, Brandy, Bourbon, Schnapps, etc)
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Lisa Naffziger as they rediscover the long lost VHS amine, Serendipity The Pink Dragon. No idea what we're talking about? Watch it here! Or maybe you're familiar with the book written by Stephen Cosgrove and illustrated by Robin James. Either way, we'll have some fun. When you finish listening be sure to check out Lisa's comics and cute monster art.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira MarcksBonus episodes at: patreon.com/cartoon_feelingsShare you feelings at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Al & Val sing and dance all the way through Cheetah Girls. Will they win the talent show? Will the musical number box get them a BINGO? Listen to find out!Cheetah Girls (August 15, 2003)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Oz Scott (TV Director - The Jeffersons, The District, CSI NY, Black Lightning, SWAT)Written by Deborah Gregory (Books - wrote all the Cheetah Girls), Alison Taylor (Cheetah Girls 2, Just Jordan) Starring: Raven-Symoné as Galleria "Bubbles" Garibaldi (Zenon, Cheetah Girls 2, That's So Raven, Raven's Home, Tinkerbell series, Adrienne Bailon as Chanel "Chuchie" Simmons (Cheetah Girls 1-3, Buffalo Dreams, Coach Carter, 3LW Music Videos, mostly music videos)Kiely Williams as Aquanette "Aqua" Walker (Cheetah Girls 1-3, 3LW Music Videos, The House Bunny, Stomp the Yard 2)Sabrina Bryan as Dorinda "Do" Thomas (Cheetah Girls 1-3, random things)Lynn Whitfield as Dorothea Garibaldi, Galleria's Mother (Cheetah Girls 2, Heartbeat, The Cosby Mysteries, Stepmom, A Time for Dancing, Greenleaf)Juan Chioran as Francobollo Garibaldi, Galleria's Father (Time Squad, Jane and the Dragon, voice in kids cartoons)Lori Anne Alter as Juanita Simmons, Chanel's Mother (Cheetah Girls 2, Power Play, Family Biz, Vince Corazza as Jackal Johnson, Record Producer (Quints, character actor)Sandra Caldwell as Drinka Champane, the music teacher (Little Men, Serendipity, Shall We Dance, Kyle Schmid as Derek, Galleria's love interest (Alley Cats Strike, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Blood Ties, Copper, Six, Big Sky)Kim Roberts as Mrs. Bosco, Dorinda's foster mom (Get a Clue, Jump In, Z-O-M-B-I-E-S, Charlie Bartlet, character actor, voice actor)Ennis Esmer as Rick, a comedian (Red Oaks, Blindspot, Schitt's Creek, Murdoch Mysteries)Synopsis: Four teens hold on to their dream of musical fame while navigating the twists and turns of their normal lives.Fun Facts: Naya Rivera auditioned for the movie but did not land a part.Next Movie: SURPRISE BONUS EPISODE! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In the aftermath of Thanksgiving, Richard and Linda focus on three 11-letter "S" words that they feel are the keys to true happiness; and each word is the opposite of or the antidote for an attitude or paradigm that makes us miserable. The opposite of the false concept of Ownership is Stewardship. The antithesis of Control is Serendipity, and the antidote for Independence is Synergicity. You will enjoy the Eyre's unique outlook and discussion of each of the three.
Author Brian Sallerson leads Ray and Markus through the path he took to writing his first book, Island Music: The History Of AIR Studios Montserrat, an essential history of an important recording environment in paradise! A unique jewel in its time, AIR Montserrat, built and run by Sir George Martin, as part of the era of destination studios, has fascinated many, including Markus and Ray.How and why Brian came to the project via an epiphany of sorts is discussed, and he explains how he went from looking into Martin's Caribbean recording oasis to visiting it in its current state. Beyond the glitz and glamour, he found the deeper stories of the studio; it's equipment and construction challenges, and most importantly, the people. Whether they worked at the studio or not, the people of the island made every artist's journey a better experience. Brian also explains how the island and its people became the main character of his book. Find Brian's book in whichever format you need, using the links below:Color paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGNCDKSQ?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_S7986K4ZBP6J3HJXA1JMBlack & white paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGNDTM9N?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_1FCHT93VDTXJC4YHH7SPKindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGJMJPT9?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_B2D97E64M189VWP0Q43FWe suggest that you also visit Brian's web site for more on him, and his amazing adventure!Soooo, let's get back to paradise!We love our sponsors!!! Please visit their web sites, and support them because they make this crazy show go:Boldfoot Socks https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Bernard Beitman. He is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He'll clarify the relationship between synchronicity and serendipity and dissect the "anatomy of a coincidence." Dr. Beitman defines coincidence types through their two fundamental constituents - mental events and physical events. You'll also learn that synchronicity and serendipity, though most often positive, also have their shadow sides. Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit https://www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.
Today Lisa continues the conversation with Dr. Bernard Beitman, who is often called the “King of Coincidences.” He and Lisa deeply discuss coincidences and the meaning that we attribute to them. Dr Beitman is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. His latest book is “Meaningful Coincidences: How and Why Synchronicity and Serendipity Happen.” Through a complete catalog of coincidence patterns with numerous illustrative examples, Dr. Beitman clarifies the relationship between synchronicity and serendipity and dissects the “anatomy of a coincidence.” He defines coincidence types through their two fundamental constituents -- mental events and physical events. He analyzes the many uses of meaningful coincidences as well as their potential challenges, emphasizing that synchronicity and serendipity, though most often positive, also have their shadow sides. Detailing how to record your experiences, he explains how you will see patterns guiding your life decisions and learn to expect that coincidences are more likely to occur during life stressors, high emotion, and strong need, which helps you be ready to use them when they occur. Dr Beitman is a graduate of Yale Medical School and he did his psychiatric residency at Stanford University. The former chair of psychiatry of the University of Missouri-Columbia medical school for 17 years, he writes a blog for “Psychology Today” on coincidence and is the coauthor of the award-winning book “Learning Psychotherapy.” He is the founder of The Coincidence Project. Info: coincider.com.
It's Ari Hoffman vs Ari Gold! Jeremy Piven is our guest to talk about his upcoming run of shows at Tacoma Comedy Club this week. Check out TacomaComedyClub.com for more details and tickets, including VIP packages that include a meet & greet. A household name for his 2x Golden Globe and 3x Emmy Award-winning performance playing the fast-talking, acerbic Hollywood agent
IN THE NEWS Jeff and Ashley howl over a 1930s MGM parody of 'All Quiet on the Western Front' where the entire cast were canines. THIS WEEK'S GUEST VET Tv CEO Waco Hoover shares his journey from the U.S. Marine Corps, to entrepreneurship, to leading an entertainment company focused on positive storytelling within the military and veteran community. RAPID FIRE Pentagon attributes UFO sightings to spies and airborne trash The Miliary is 'Extremely Sex-Negative,' says Army Reserve Major who made a porn video Special Guest: Waco Hoover.