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Reason Magazine reporter Robby Soave exposes the insane, unscientific, and dystopian “safety” measures Ivy League campuses are imposing on their student body in the name of the pandemic. We break down the extreme restrictions put in place at Brown, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia and more. Do these “safety” measures have any basis in reality? And what are the potential social and health consequences of forcing healthy young people to live under dystopian pandemic regimes? Follow Robby on Twitter: https://twitter.com/robbysoave Check Out Robby's Reason Reporting: https://reason.com/people/robby-soave/ Pre-Order Robby's Book on Big Tech: https://www.amazon.com/Tech-Panic-Shouldnt-Facebook-Future/dp/1982159596 Follow Brad on Twitter: https://twitter.com/brad_polumbo Follow Brad on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BradPolumbo Follow Brad on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bradpolumbo/ Subscribe to the Podcast: https://anchor.fm/bradley-polumbo
Sarah Stein Greenberg from Standford University discusses "Creative Acts for Curious People" and how to think, create and lead in unconventional ways. Sarah is the executive director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. (aka Standford d.school). She leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who help people unlock their creative abilities and apply them to the world. Listen for three action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest?
*Crowd-sponsor us and get rewards on Patreon* Sarah Stein Greenberg is the executive director of Stanford d. School and the author of the new book, Creative Acts for Curious People. In this mind meld, we muse about sense-making through creativity, bringing order to chaos through art, the "transcendent aesthetic," and more. Support Third Eye Drops! Crowd-sponsor us and get rewards on Patreon This mind meld is sponsored by Sheath. Get 20% off here Review and sub on Apple Podcasts Follow the show on Spotify Visit Thirdeyedrops.com
In a recent paper, Stanford professor Chuck Eesley and Notre Dame professor Yong Suk Lee observed that formal entrepreneurship education helped Stanford alumni founders raise more funding and scale more quickly than peers who received no formal entrepreneurship training. But entrepreneurship education didn't lead to a higher rate of startup creation itself. What should that finding mean for entrepreneurship educators? In this episodes, Eesley poses that question to three thought leaders devoted to training future innovators: Jon Fjeld of Duke's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, Hadiyah Mujhid of HBCUvc, and Elizabeth Brake of Venture for America. The conversations explore the many ways that entrepreneurship education can impact students and aspiring innovators — even if they never found a company themselves.
Welcome to The Decoding Success Podcast for EP 203! Do you want to know the SECRET to make life feel more effortless and flow-like? Are you interested in making life in your 20's, 30's, 40's or 50's easier than they were in the previous 10 years? Today we're welcoming back our friend Gay Hendricks nearly a year after we previously hosted him as he helps us decode the secret to living a more flow-like life. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE Gay Hendricks has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and body-mind transformation for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. from Stanford in 1974, Gay served as Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has written more than 40 books, including bestsellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap, Conscious Loving and Conscious Loving Ever After, (the last two co-authored with his co-author and mate for more than 35 years, Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks). His latest book, Conscious Luck, reveals eight ways to change your fortunes through the power of intention. Gay has appeared on more than 500 radio and television shows, including Oprah, CNN, CNBC, 48 HOURS, and others. His new book, The Genius Zone, was published in June 2021. To connect with Gay, check him out on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and his website. To connect with Matt, check him out on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and his website. Rate, Subscribe, and Share!
Dorie Clark is one of the world's most-respected thinkers on personal branding and career development. She is a bestselling author, coach and consultant who has lectured at Duke, Harvard, Stanford and Wharton, and has consulted with companies such as Google, Morgan Stanley, Microsoft and many more. Dorie joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to talk about her new book, The Long Game, which publishes today.
Max Ogles of Nir and Far talks about the lessons that tech companies can learn from rehab Episode 356: What Tech Companies Can Learn from Rehab by Max Ogles of Nir and Far on Behavior Change to Bring Users Together Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. He is the author of the bestselling book, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products. In addition to blogging at NirAndFar.com, Nir's writing has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today. Nir is also an active investor in habit-forming technologies. Some of his past investments include: Eventbrite, Product Hunt, Pantry, Marco Polo, Presence Learning, 7 Cups, Pana, Symphony Commerce, Worklife (acquired by Cisco) and Refresh.io (acquired by LinkedIn). Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University. The original post is located here: https://www.nirandfar.com/rehab/ Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily
Our guest on the podcast today is Professor Hal Hershfield. Dr. Hershfield is Professor of Marketing, Behavioral Decision Making, and Psychology at UCLA's Anderson School of Management. His research concentrates on the psychology of long-term decision-making and how people's perceptions of the passage of time affect the decisions that they make. He has consulted with numerous organizations including Prudential, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Merrill Lynch, and the Principal Financial Group. He received his B.A. at Tufts University and his Ph.D. at Stanford.BackgroundBioThe Pandemic“How Elvis Got Americans to Accept the Polio Vaccine,” by Hal Hershfield and Ilana Brody, scientificamerican.com, Jan. 18, 2021.“Should You Immerse Yourself in Bad News These Days or Ignore It Completely?” by Hal Hershfield, scientificamerican.com, May 5, 2020.“How to Craft the Vaccine Message for the Undecided,” by Bill Kisliuk, ucla.edu, May 4, 2021.“Your Messaging to Older Audiences Is Outdated,” by Hal Hershfield and Laura Carstensen, harvardbusinessreview.org, July 2, 2021.“Time Is Meaningless Now,” by Shayla Love, vice.com, April 10, 2020.Saving for the FutureDaniel Kahneman“Temporal Reframing and Participation in a Savings Program: A Field Experiment,” by Hal Hershfield, Stephen Shu, and Shlomo Benartzi, halhershfield.com, 2020.“Using Vividness Interventions to Improve Financial Decision Making,” by Hal E. Hershfield, Elicia M. John, and Joseph S. Reiff, halhershfield.com, 2018.“Increasing Saving Behavior Through Age-Progressed Renderings of the Future Self,” by Hal Hershfield, Daniel Goldstein, William Sharpe, Jesse Fox, Leo Yeykelis, Laura Carstensen, and Jeremy Bailenson, halhershfield.com, 2011. “The Future Self,” by Hal E. Hershfield and Daniel Bartels, uchicago.edu, 2018.“Beliefs About Whether Spending Implies Wealth,” by Heather Barry Kappes, Joe J. Gladstone, and Hal Hershfield, londonschoolofeconomics.com, 2020.“Seeking Lasting Enjoyment With Limited Money: Financial Constraints Increase Preference for Material Goods Over Experiences,” by Stephanie M. Tully, Hal E. Hershfield, and Tom Meyvis, halhershfield.com, 2015.“Do Images of Older Americans Reinforce Stereotypes?” by Colette Thayer and Laura Skufca, aarp.org, September 2019.Retirement and Older Adults“People Search for Meaning When They Approach a New Decade in Chronological Age,” by Adam Alter and Hal Hershfield, halhershfield.com, 2014.Mike North“You Owe It to Yourself: Boosting Retirement Saving With a Responsibility-Based Appeal,” by Christopher J. Bryan and Hal E. Hershfield, halhershfield.com, 2012.
Sarah Stein Greenberg, Executive Director of the Stanford d.school, spent her childhood in Philly running bases, reading books, and getting lost in her vivid imagination. After getting an undergraduate degree in History, she embarked on an MBA at Stanford, which resulted in her introduction to the d.school and into the dynamic and fascinating world of design. As a lover of complexity and intersections, she found her tribe. Now she's authored Creative Acts for Curious People, a rich and visual resource filled with innovative exercises aimed at helping everyone unlock their own creative potential.Many thanks to this episode's sponsors:Yellow ImagesYellow Images is a marketplace of over 70,000 high-quality premium mockups, creative fonts, PNG Images, and a creative store full of amazing graphic assets like lettering, icons, presets, brushes, and more. With Yellow Images, you can finish your projects faster without wasting time on unnecessary revisions so you can get back to doing what you love. Use promo code CLEVER20 to get a 20% discount on your purchase right here. Don't miss out! These coupons are limited, so first come - first served.Adobe MAXJoin us at Adobe MAX—The Creativity Conference Oct 26–28, 2021. Recharge your inspiration, retool your skills, and reconnect with other passionate creatives from around the world. Be a part of this amazing creative community. Register for free here!Clever is a proud member of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit airwavemedia.com to discover more great shows.Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers, @designmilkIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is hosted by Amy Devers and produced by 2VDE Media, with editing by Rich Stroffolino, production assistance from Ilana Nevins and Anouchka Stephan, and music by El Ten Eleven.Clever is proudly distributed by Design Milk. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham recap what was an extremely news-packed and interesting seven days for the USC football program. Within hours of us releasing our post-Stanford podcast athletic director Mike Bohn announced that Clay Helton was fired and Donte Williams was taking over the team as the interim head coach. Williams made accountability priority No. 1 for the entire USC football program and the results paid off with a 45-14 road win against the Washington State Cougars. Williams also has a quarterback controversy on his hands as true freshman Jaxson Dart came in for the injured Kedon Slovis and threw for 391 yards in his debut, a USC record. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Follow Your Different, we talk about all things creativity, innovation, and design. Our guest today is Sarah Stein Greenberg, the Executive Director of Stanford's Design School, aka the d.school. She has a new book out called Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways. They have taken years of learning and ideas from Stanford's Design school and put it in this awesome new book, and we get to dive in to all of it. Sarah shares why reflections matter so much, and also tells why metacognition is important. We dig into what it's like running one of the most well-known design schools in the world, and how design students are different today than they were in the not-so-distant past. Also, pay special attention to Sarah's ideas on weird and the role of curiosity in creativity and design. Sarah Stein Greenberg on Reflections and Creativity Sarah talks about finally being back in the physical space of Stanford campus. She describes the space that she has a space for reflection, full of writing space to record her thoughts as they come. When asked if reflection is really important in design, Sara shares that it plays a part in it. That it is something that should go hand-in-hand with action. “I think reflection is kind of the underappreciated partner of action. In a lot of cases, when people think about creativity, they think about brainstorming and exuberance, and that that spark of inspiration. But reflection, I think about it as it's like the peanut butter and jelly sandwich, those two things are, inextricably linked action and reflection. So yeah, I'm a big proponent of those quiet moments, where you're trying to make sense or really think about what might be the implications of your creative work.” = Sarah Stein Greenberg What? So What? Now What? Sarah shares about the difference between thinking and reflection. Thinking might include everything from coming up with new ideas, charting the vision, or even some parts of analysis / research. Reflection focuses more on thinking about your own process or practice, or looking back at your data more critically. Sarah goes on to say that reflection in particular benefits from specific scaffolding and practices, and brings up one of her favorite one: the What? / So What? / Now What?, which a few of her colleagues have originated. “The scaffold is called What? So what? Now What? You can kind of have a scaffolded reflection and think about, what did I just learn in that particular class or that particular project? How do I want to improve my own work? But if you use a scaffold like What, So What, and Now What, you really get into the details. You might write down everything that happened, then you might think about what did all of that mean? Why is that important? Why did that feel like what I wanted to capture? And then Now What is the opportunity to think for each of those. So what for each of those implications? What do I want to do about that? Is that something I want to practice? Is that something I want to improve?” = Sarah Stein Greenberg For Sarah, the quality of reflections changes dramatically if you have a detailed flow on how to approach and assess what you currently have. Sarah Stein Greenberg on Metacognition The conversation then steers into how a lot of people nowadays aren't really thinking, or thinking about thinking. Most content or “new things” in the market are just variations of the same things that we already have, just rebranded or given a new “spin”. Sarah agrees with this sentiment, and also talks about metacognition, which is the technical term for “thinking about thinking”. For her, it's a skill that should be embedded in the heart of our education. “(Metacognition) is one of those kinds of secret skills that I firmly believe should be embedded in the heart of our education. What goes along with that is the idea of learning how you learn, is actually the key to like being able to then con...
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Host Yogi Roth chats with Utah's Britain Covey. They discuss being an undersized college football player, the lessons Britain learned on leadership growing up, dealing with the loss of teammate Ty Jordan, and much more. Plus, Britain goes behind the scenes on what Coach Whittingham is like. Come discover Britain Covey's 'IT FACTOR' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information. Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
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1 hour and 19 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Information Entropy, the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS and they'll buy your team lunch!), and this episode was supposed to be recorded at Prentice 4M, on the other end of The Bridge. Take their survey to decide what to do with Lucky's. 1. Offense vs NIU starts at 1:00 That was thorough. Takes us 15 minutes to bring up the passing game. The rushing game has a diversity of power instead of inside zone—split zone is really their IZ. It all works. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs NIU starts at 33:19 Also quite thorough. Michigan has never seen a QB keeper on an arc read (because they never see it in practice—zing!). Scripted drive put the DTs on edge duty, that got cleaned up. No attempts downfield Rocky? Ready for the Stanford 4th and 1 fire drill. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 47:30 Why are they kicking a field goal on 4th and 2 on their only successful drive? Seth thinks they had Caden Kolesar out there for Washington because he's a vet and the atmosphere wasn't going to bother him, but the plan was to go with AJ Henning all along. One that he let bounce showed why, what happened after that also showed why it was a good plan. Congrats to the specialists on their day off. 4. Around the Big Ten, wsg Jamie Mac starts at 47:30 Nebraska's defense holding Oklahoma to a manageable score is more surprising than Oklahoma's defense allowing Nebraska to shorten the game. Ohio State's defense is…bad? Does it matter? Michigan State faced a Miami team that punches itself in the face, but their new RB is legit. New Jersey defeated a maize and blue team with wings on their helmets. MUSIC: “Paving the Runway”—JJ Heller “Running Away”—Freak Power “Mr. Blue Sky”—cover by Mayer Hawthorne “Across 110th Street”
I am delighted today to be interviewing Dr. Casey Means! She is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of the metabolic health company Levels, an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention, and a Lecturer at Stanford University. Her mission is to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tools that can help facilitate a deep understanding of our bodies and inform personalized and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices. Dr. Means was recently featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more. Dr. Means has an interesting story to tell. She trained as a surgeon and an ear, nose, and throat doctor. Her interest in the impact of diet, lifestyle, and nutrition on people's foundational health started at a relatively young age. She began focusing on nutrigenomics when she was still an undergraduate student at Stanford. It was an exciting time at Stanford because the human genome project was happening, and 23andMe was going online. She enjoyed learning about the correlation between nutritional compounds and gene expression and finding out that our genes are a blueprint and not our destiny. Dr. Means is joining me today to talk about metabolic dysfunction and using continuous glucose monitors for facilitating your personalized diet. Stay tuned to find out more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Dr. Means talks about how her journey started and how she became interested in the impact of diet, lifestyle, and nutrition on people's foundational health. The shocking amount of refined sugar that gets consumed by the average American each year and the impact that has on their metabolic health. What chronic inflammation is, what it does in the body at the cellular level, and why that is so detrimental. What happens in your body when you are overfed, when your blood sugar stays elevated over time, and when your insulin is kept high. What you should, and should not eat to maintain your metabolic flexibility. The benefits of fasting. Some practical ways of pairing proteins to help reduce blood sugar fluctuations. The impact of sex hormones on blood sugar control. What a continuous glucose monitor is and how it works. Why you need to know what's going on in your gut microbiome. Why long-term adherence to a low carb or keto diet can cause reverse metabolic inflexibility. The correlation between blood sugar instability and debilitating hot flashes in women in perimenopause or menopause. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Casey Means On her website Dr. Casey's blog On Instagram @drcaseyskitchen and @levels On Twitter @drcaseyskitchen and @levels
A former Fortune Global 50 exec, I'm a coach and consultant who specializes in accelerating the success of legal and compliance executives and their teams. My clients include Adobe, Gap, Chegg, Boehringer Ingelheim, Lyft, FedEx, and Bank of the West. An author and frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Compliance Week, I previously shaped company culture and strategic initiatives as an executive (CAO, Chief Compliance Officer, and Chief HR Officer) at Fortune Global 50 companies such as McKesson and Allianz. I advise organizations on how leaders create ethical workplaces -- exceptional cultures that out behave and outperform the competition. Forbes was kind enough to call me “one of the top coaches for legal and compliance executives.” I'm a Fellow at the Harvard Institute of Coaching and member of Marshall Goldsmith's MG100 Coaches, which brings together the world's top executive coaches. I guest lecture at UC Berkeley, Stanford, and The Fletcher School at Tufts University, and have extensive experience presenting to corporations, industry groups and associations such as the California Chamber of Commerce, Georgetown Alumni, The Conference Board, Association of Corporate Counsel and SHRM affiliates. I have been quoted in publications such as Forbes, the SFChronicle, NBC affiliates and other national business publications. Please see Accomplishments - Projects section below for speaking engagements. I earned my law degree with honors from Georgetown, BA from Tufts, and am a member of the California State Bar. A graduate of the Hudson Institute of Coaching, I'm a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation. I work to ensure that women have a platform for their unique challenges and perspectives. A lifelong diversity advocate, I testified for the successful passage of the first laws in the U.S. requiring corporate boards to include women. Outside of my business, I'm active in supporting the arts as a way to bring people together and bridge differences. ✈️ You can receive my free Promotability Index® career self-assessment at bit.ly/promoteindex or text PROMOTEME to 44-222
The guys get to talk to a truly spectacular piece to this Stonehill Football team. The man wears #1 for a reason. We will get into that later on. Having a successful season so far, Justin has achieved so much. Let us know what you want to know in the live chat! Week 2 in the books and man oh man the upsets we saw! Oregon beating Ohio State, Iowa beating Iowa State, Stanford beating USC, Arkansas toppling Texas and BYU beating the Utes. With week 3 on deck what to watch for? Will Oklahoma sustain their winning streak against Nebraska? Florida or Alabama? How about the good Penn State Auburn game? Week 1 NFL has wrapped up and what are some serious takeaways? How about the new taunting rules? The Browns in typical Browns fashion in Week 1 play lost once again after commanding the lead against the Chiefs all game. What should we look at as far as Week 2? Will the Pats beat the Jets? Will the Browns bounce back against the Texans? Hopefully after the disastrous game between the Saints and Packers, the Pack will bounce back against the Lions. MLB winding down, who will make the playoffs and who will stuff their foot in their mouth? Maybe we can get to that this week. All this and more coming live! Also! Follow us on TikTok: EraseTheChalk As always, don't forget to like comment and subscribe to us on all platforms! YouTube channel: Erase The Chalk IG: @EraseTheChalk FB: Erase The Chalk Podcast Twitter: EraseThe_Chalk Twitch: EraseTheChalk
Watch the episode here: https://youtu.be/g_uP3beFcsc www.purdeepsangha.com https://www.instagram.com/purdeepsangha https://www.linkedin.com/in/purdeepsangha MEMORABLE QUOTES FROM THE EPISODE: [00:51:59] "...every decision you make requires thinking power, every conscious decision. And so the more decisions you make, the more energy you actually consume. So this is important, too, because a lot of people make decisions when they don't have the right energy and when they're not in the right state. And that impacts them as well." [00:32:34] "If you have an identity that's aligned with your goal, you will be way more likely to achieve it than if your identity wasn't aligned with your goal." [00:11:24] "I was talking to a gentleman the other day, a very successful CEO, and I was asking him about his goals. And he actually pointed out himself. He said he's not very motivated because he uses a strict logic when he sets goals. And it's very logical process for him. And so he's not excited. And I said, you know what you need to do, put some emotion behind it, because you have to be excited. You have to be driven. And this is shown from studies from Stanford that the more emotions you put behind your goals, the more likely you are to execute, the more passion you're going to be passionate, you're going to be the more consistent you're going to be, the more persistent you're going to be in achieving those goals. So there's a direct correlation between a lot of people think that goal setting is important. It definitely is. But even with goal setting, six months later, over 60 percent of the people drop those goals. And even though that they're looking at those goals every day, for example, they're just not premium enough. They're not exciting enough for them to keep going. That is the difference between an average goal and a premium goal is a premium goal will pull you through. You're not necessarily having to push yourself. You're actually drawn to it." [01:00:44] "fear is actually one of those emotions that if it's not doing you any good, you have to learn from it and understand why you're fearful. And there's definitely a reason for it. And I would say out of all the emotions, fear is one of the ones that can be your biggest teacher. That's how I to take a look of fear. And I say, OK, what about this? Why am I feeling afraid of this? What is it? What is it in me? Is it a lack of skills that I that I feel I'm lacking? So there therefore I'm feeling this fear. If I am I thinking too far in the future and my being too pessimistic, there's always something that you can learn from fear. So ask yourself that. The other thing is, understand that most of your fear, unless you're actually being held at gunpoint or you're getting robbed or is is just an illusion of your brain. And understand that. So most of our fear, it's actually not based on the present moment. Most of our fears are based on future. If we take a look at worry, it's a it's a future based fear." [00:23:19] "...systems are so fundamental because two things, it accelerates your results. But the second thing is, you know, you get to figure out what's not working for you as well." HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SHOW: [00:01:10] Guest Introduction [00:02:56] Where did you grow up and what was it like there? [00:05:17] What kind of kid were you and what did you think that your future would look like? [00:08:23] How does discipline help you focus on which goal to pursue? [00:10:10] What is a premium goal and what separates it from just like a regular core? [00:12:35] What emotion should we put behind ourselves to achieve our goals? [00:14:02] What's the trigger that we put in place in our mind? [00:21:39] What is the difference between systems and goals, or do we need systems to help us achieve goals? How's that work? [00:23:54] Talk to us about what our identity is. [00:31:11] Talk to us about the relationship between our identities and our goals. [00:35:44] What are beliefs and why are they important? [00:41:35] How do we figure out if our beliefs are empowering or disempowering, if this is all we've had our entire life? [00:47:00] What is the three step process that the brain goes through when it comes to making decisions? [00:53:55] Four hours of decision making. [00:57:57] What is fear? What's its purpose from the brain science kind of perspective? [01:00:02] Do you have any other tips to wrestle that fear so that it pushes us from behind rather than stand in front of us? [01:04:35] How can we combine our skills in such a way that we can multiply the value that we're able to create? [01:08:20] What is the meaning of life? [01:10:54] It's 100 years in the future, what do you want to be remembered for? [01:12:17] RANDOM ROUND. [01:12:20] What are you currently reading? [01:13:25] What song do you have on repeat? [01:14:41] Random Question Generator. [01:14:41] Pet peeves. [01:14:53] Would you rather be stuck on a broken ski lift or a broken elevator? [01:15:30] What are you interested in that most people haven't heard of? [01:16:11] What dumb accomplishment are you most proud of?
Peristyle Podcast hosts Ryan Abraham and Keely Eure do their best to recap what turned out to be one extremely crazy week around the USC football program between the blowout loss to Stanford in the Coliseum, Clay Helton being fired less than 48 hours later, Donte Williams being named associate head coach and then a "regular" week of practice preparing for the first conference road game against Washington State. Ryan and Keely also give updates on the injury situation around the football program, what Williams, athletic director Mike Bohn, the team captains and assistant coaches had to say after the Helton firing and as always they take the time to answer all of your email questions, text messages and voicemails. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Week two in the world of college football brought seismic changes. After a shocking loss to Stanford, USC fired Coach Clay Helton. What lies in store for the once mighty Trojans? Who may be next in line for the top coaching spot? Find out as Jeremy welcomes Erik McKinney from 'WE-ARE-S.C.'
12 Pac Radio talks Oregon's giant win over Ohio State; strong showings from Cal, Colorado, & Stanford; LOL Washington, Arizona, & USC; Helton replacements; and everything in-between. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Did we take the masks off too soon? Is the world opening up too fast? Will we have another lock down? Patty and the crew welcome special guest Dr. Ala Stanford of the Black Doctors COVID 19 Consortium to discuss.
David Shaw, the Head Coach of Stanford Football joined the guys and talked about how the team had a strong win over USC and talks about how they keep going and move on to play at Vanderbilt See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Shaw, the Head Coach of Stanford Football joined the guys and talked about how the team had a strong win over USC and talks about how they keep going and move on to play at Vanderbilt See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We open the show with Notre Dame again because, well, Notre Dame keeps giving us reasons to talk about them. Can the offensive line be fixed? What about the defense? They might have a high ceiling and a low floor, but are they in trouble this week? Then a recap of all the Week 2 action, a celebration of Utah State, and an apology to Stanford. Finally, the show wraps with a preview of Week 3, why Alabama should have no trouble with Florida, and why this week could be critical for Miami.
Vanderbilt play-by-play voice Andrew Allegretta discusses some things that went well, and some that didn't, in Vandy's 24-21 win at Colorado State. He and host Chris Lee also preview the Stanford matchup ahead.
This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are in studio trying to make sense of this crazy conference that is the Pac-12. In week 1 the North crashed and burned and in week 2, with UCLA on a BYE, the South followed suit and fell flat on its face. The Ducks got another signature win for the conference, but another College Football Playoff contender USC got blasted by Stanford. The guys also discuss the breaking news that the Trojans have finally fired Clay Helton (much to the chagrin of Dave) and talk about some potential candidates to take over at USC, they reveal the Power Rankings that are clear at the top and bottom and messy in the middle and of course they look ahead to week 3 and make their picks against the spread. And as always they spend time answering all of the questions the listeners manage to send in, including text messages and voicemails! Don't forget to make your POC Survivor Pool picks this week at this link. Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! The best five-star review each week will win a $100 gift card from Jockey! Sound off about Pac-12 football in our Podcast of Champions Reddit page! Send us a text or leave us a voicemail by texting or calling (424) 532-0678 or you can email us at email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Not again. Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson suffered another injury, this time to his knee, that will force him to miss games. Remember, a year ago, Thompson missed half of the season with an injury. He returned for a sixth year and got the season off to a terrific start with a resounding triumph over Stanford. Now, he's in recovery mode once again. But he won't be out for the season, K-State officials say. Beat writer Kellis Robinett discusses the Wildcats' quarterback situation on today's SportsBeat KC. Also on topic list: The invitations have been extended and accepted. Houston, Brigham Young, Central Florida and Cincinnati will be in the Big 12. We talk financies and scheduling possibilities. After a break, you'll meet new Missouri beat writer Lila Bromberg and hear about the path that brought her to The Star. Story links: Chris Klieman shares positive injury update on K-State quarterback Skylar Thompson K-State AD Gene Taylor not expecting Big 12 revenue to drop after Oklahoma, Texas exit KC Star introduces new beat reporter to cover Missouri Tigers athletics Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ashley Flucas is the founder and general partner of Flucas Ventures. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, the syndicate of around 2,000 angel investors has invested in more than 200 startups. Flucas, a graduate of Duke University and Harvard Law School, also serves as a partner at Jupiter, a Florida-based real estate finance fund with $3 billion in assets under management. In this conversation with Stanford associate professor Chuck Eesley, she explores how syndicates, platforms and digital networks are reshaping angel investing.
USC finally pulled the plug on Clay Helton's tenure on Monday following a blowout loss to Stanford. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI's Pat Forde fire up the hot board and give you the best candidates for the Trojans. The SEC has a huge slate of games this weekend including #1 Alabama at #11 Florida & #22 Auburn at #10 Penn State. The trio previews the matchups and asks if we can expect more chaos than normal this season in the SEC? Nebraska is traveling to Oklahoma in what should be a huge matchup. Pat, Pete and Dan jump into the time machine and look back at the rivalry that was. Make sure to tune into Thursday's episode for all of our week 3 picks against the spread. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
-t's another week of In the NZone with Coach Noel Mazzone, and we discuss some of the big games from the last week and what we can learn from them as coaches. This week we discuss: -Ohio State vs. Oregon -Stretch Play -Same Side RPO -When to use same side RPO -Joe Moorhead play calling -Iowa vs. Iowa State -12% rule -Explosive play impact on a series -Planning for P10 and explosives -Stanford USC -Intellectual brutality of Stanford offense -Browns vs. Chiefs -Creativity of Andy Reid and Kevin Stefanski -Distributing the ball to playmakers -Using the run to set up shots -QB situational end of half/game execution -What separates good QB from great QB -Understanding why - player ownership -My schemes won't win football games, my players will -Philip Rivers and the “Why” meeting -Having the what and why discussions everyday -A Quarterback vs. a play runner
After years of speculation, Southern California has fired head football coach Clay Helton two games into the 2021 season after a lackluster 42-28 home loss to an average Stanford team. Mike Morgan of ESPN and JC Shurburtt of 247Sports talk about the now-vacant Trojans job. Plus, a review of Week 2 and a preview of Week 3. It's an information-packed episode of JC and Morgan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mehran Sahami, a Stanford professor and former Google employee, wants to see a reset from the technology industry. For the past few decades, the world's technologists (many of whom become its corporate executives and venture capitalists) have been taught to prioritize optimization and efficiency without thinking a whole lot about ethics. The result has been stunning corporate success but significant costs to society. Sahami argues that regulation can certainly help right the balance. But he also believes that tech company leaders and employees can shift their mindsets and practices to ensure they're serving the greater good, not just themselves. He's the coauthor, along with Rob Reich and Jeremy Weinstein, of "System Error: Where Big Tech Went Wrong and How We Can Reboot."
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham try to make sense of the baffling USC loss to Stanford Saturday night in the Coliseum. The 42-28 score wasn't even that close as the Cardinal had a 29 point lead in the 4th quarter before the Trojans scored a couple of touchdowns late in an attempt to make it look better than it was. Coach and Ryan give their thoughts on all three phases of the game, from the lack of identity on the offensive side, the defense not having any answers to what was an anemic Stanford offense in week 1 and another week of below average special teams play. For the second half of the show Coach and Ryan do their best to answer listener emails, voicemails and text messages from upset Trojan football fans. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and bodymind therapies for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Stanford, Gay served as professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has written more than 40 books, including bestsellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap and Conscious Loving (co-authored with his co-author and mate for more than 35 years, Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks), both used as a primary text in universities around the world. For more of Gay: Website: https://hendricks.com To become a patron and help this program continue producing Mood Altering Substance, go to www.patreon.com/hellohuman and pledge any amount. For more of us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hellohumans.co/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hellohumans.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HelloHumans_co And if you'd like to buy us a coffee (or burrito) once a month to help us keep going, you can become a patron by going to https://www.patreon.com/hellohuman and making a pledge of any amount.
In this episode, I discuss ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder): what it is, the common myths, and the biology and psychology of ADHD. I discuss both behavioral and pharmacologic treatments for ADHD, and brain-machine interface tools. I also discuss behavioral training protocols that can improve focus in people with ADHD and those without ADHD, and for people of different ages. I discuss the role of dopamine in coordinating 'default-mode' and 'task-related' neural networks, attentional "blinks" (lapses of attention) and how to overcome them, and the role of actual blinks in time perception and attention. Finally, I review some of the prescription and over-the-counter compounds for increasing focus such as Adderall, Ritalin, Modafinil and Armodafinil, the racetams, Alpha-GPC and phosphatidylserine and the role of diet for managing ADHD (and the controversies of diet for ADHD). The role of cell phones/technology in ADHD and ADHD-like challenges with focus are also discussed. Throughout, both basic science and clinical scenarios, as well as applicable tools and resources are covered. Thank you to our sponsors: Roka - https://www.roka.com -- code "huberman" Belcampo - https://www.belcampo.com/huberman Helix Sleep - https://www.helixsleep.com/huberman Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman Support Research in the Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Email Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network Links: Review of Compounds for ADHD, Smart Drugs & Focus - https://www.fbscience.com/Landmark/articles/10.52586/4948 Review of Atypical Compounds for ADHD - https://www.hindawi.com/journals/np/2016/1320423/ Study of Focus Protocol In ADHD & Non-ADHD Children - https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/13/4780 Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction & Note About Diagnosis 00:03:27 Sponsors 00:07:56 ADHD vs. ADD: Genetics, IQ, Rates in Kids & Adults 00:13:00 Attention & Focus, Impulse Control 00:14:57 Hyper-focus 00:16:45 Time Perception 00:18:25 The Pile System 00:20:00 Working Memory 00:24:10 Hyper-Focus & Dopamine 00:26:40 Neural Circuits In ADHD: Default Mode Network & Task-Related Networks 00:32:57 Low Dopamine in ADHD & Stimulant Use & Abuse 00:37:10 Sugar, Ritalin, Adderall, Modafinil & Armodafinil 00:47:00 Non-Prescribed Adderall, Caffeine, Nicotine 00:49:18 How Stimulants “Teach” the Brains of ADHD Children to Focus 00:52:00 When To Medicate: A Highly Informed (Anecdotal) Case Study 00:56:35 Elimination Diets & Allergies In ADHD 01:04:46 Omega-3 Fatty Acids: EPAs & DHAs 01:07:00 Modulation vs Mediation of Biological Processes 01:10:50 Attentional Blinks 01:16:56 Open Monitoring & 17minute Focus Enhancement 01:22:50 Blinking, Dopamine & Time Perception; & Focus Training 01:30:10 Reverberatory Neural & Physical Activity 01:33:40 Adderall, Ritalin & Blink Frequency 01:35:00 Cannabis 01:37:30 Interoceptive Awareness 01:41:15 Ritalin, Adderall, Modafinil, Armodafinil; Smart Drugs & Caffeine: Dangers 01:48:05 DHA Fatty Acids, Phosphatidylserine 0:1:50:54 Ginko Biloba 01:51:45 Modafinil & Armodafanil: Dopamine Action & Orexin 01:56:19 Acetylcholine: Circuits Underlying Focus; Alpha-GPC 01:59:04 L-Tyrosine, (PEA) Phenylethylamine 02:01:23 Racetams, Noopept 02:05:15 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation; Combining Technology & Pharmacology 02:09:14 Smart Phones & ADHD & Sub-Clinical Focus Issues In Adults & Kids 02:14:30 Synthesis/Summary 02:16:10 Support for Podcast & Research, Supplement Resources Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed. Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com
Host Yogi Roth chats with Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux. They talk about Thibodeaux's upbringing in South Central LA, how he developed his passion for the game, how he plays football the same way he plays the game of chess, his experience at Oregon and much more. Plus, Thibodeaux looks back on the first time he met Phil Knight. Come discover Kayvon Thibodeaux's "It Factor" on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information.Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
Late Kick Live Ep. 177 features Josh Pate reacting to a wild College Football week two that saw big upsets, several more close calls, and statements made across the country. What does Oregon's win over Ohio State do for the Ducks and the Pac12? Where will Ohio State go from here with several glaring defensive questions? Arkansas took Texas to the woodshed in Fayetteville rushing for over 330 yards on the Horns. Where can Sam Pittman take this Arkansas team in 2021 and beyond? What's next for Steve Sarkisian and a Texas team with several issues of their own to address? FSU fell in shocking fashion to Jacksonville State while USC was handled in the Coliseum by Stanford. What do we make of the future for each program? Josh also discusses Iowa's big win over Iowa State, Michigan dominating Washington, tight games in the SEC for Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi State, and more week two thoughts. All that plus early best bets on the Ramen Noodle Express and Josh reveals the week three destination for the Late Kick Renaissance Tour. All that plus added best bets on the Ramen Noodle Express. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on TikTok: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Tunnel Vision crew of Keely Eure, Shotgun Spratling and Ryan Abraham are back in studio trying to make sense of the latest Trojan football debacle, a 42-28 home loss to Stanford that simply wasn't even that close. USC, a 17-point favorite, laid an egg against an opponent that was just blown out by Kansas State the week before. The team also talks about the major struggles we have seen from USC on the offensive side of the football, the promising defense taking a step back against Stanford, special teams not looking so special and lots more. This is a podcast version of our video show Tunnel Vision that you can find on our Facebook or YouTube pages. Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's say you're a freedom-loving American fed up with Big Tech's effort to censor your posts. Where can you take your business? One option is Parler—the social media platform that became notorious for its use by the Capitol rioters. Another is Gettr—a new site started by former Trump aide Jason Miller.Unfortunately, both platforms have problems. They don't work very well. They might leak your personal data. They're full of spam. And they seem less than concerned about hosting some of the internet's worst illegal content. Can it be that some content moderation is necessary after all?Today, we're bringing you another episode of our Arbiters of Truth series on the online information ecosystem. Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke with David Thiel, the big data architect and chief technical officer of the Stanford Internet Observatory. With his colleagues at Stanford, David has put together reports on the inner workings of both Parler and Gettr. They talked about how these websites work (and don't), the strange contours of what both platforms are and aren't willing to moderate, and what we should expect from the odd world of “alt-tech.”Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.