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More than ever the world of work is a heady mix of people, behaviour, events and challenges. When the blend is right it can be first-rate. Behavioural science & psychology has a lot to offer in terms of recipes, ingredients, seasoning, spices & utensils - welcome to People Soup.
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The podcast for busy communicators and marketing pros that want to apply behavioural science. Science debunked, practical steps and takeaways to upskill and increase impact. Taking understanding your audience to a whole new level! Presented by Ruth Dale, founder of Behaviour Change Bootcamp training, award winning marketer, author, speaker with over a decade's experience delivering behaviour change marketing to improve people's lives.
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Choice Hacking
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Choice Hacking

Jennifer L. Clinehens

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Customer and user behaviors can seem irrational. Shaped by mental shortcuts and psychological biases, their actions often appear random on the surface. In the Choice Hacking podcast, we'll learn about these "predictably irrational" behaviors and how to use them to create incredible customer experiences.
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This is a podcast aimed at better understanding other people, and better understanding ourselves. For details, and to get a premium subscription, see www.behavior-podcast.com. On this podcast, I (Zachary Elwood) talk to people from a wide range of fields about how they understand and make use of human behavior and psychology. I occasionally focus on political polarization (and have written a book on that topic). Popular episodes include: behavioral indicators of healthy & unhealthy relations ...
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The central idea of the Organisational Behaviour with Siphiwe Moyo podcast revolves around the notion that work can be enjoyable. It doesn't have to suck. We delve into the influence of different factors on organisational behaviour outcomes, such as employee engagement, organisational commitment, turnover intentions, productivity, effectiveness, and more. Our approach is both entertaining and pragmatic, ensuring a relatable and applicable experience. We have a new episode two times a month.
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No Behaviour: The People's Podcast is a raw and unfiltered podcast that gives you an insight into living on the streets of London, Caribbean culture and all the ups and downs of growing up on the roads. Conversations often take a wild turn and few topics are out of bounds for Margs & Loons. Have a listen and join in the conversation on twitter using the hashtag #NoBehaviourPodcast For visuals check out our YouTube : https://youtube.com/nobehaviourpodcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/nobe ...
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This is a podcast about human behaviour in the modern digital world. If you are interested in understanding what drives online behaviour, how we can measure this, and the impact of technology use on the wider world, please subscribe to this podcast. In each episode, Dr Hanne Knight and Dr Tom Bowden-Green discuss the latest academic research in this area and chat to guests about how and why an understanding of human behaviour in the digital world is important.
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Lost in the sea of horse training? Step aboard for evidence based equine training and behaviour content. Listen to professionals and enthusiasts from the world of horse training and behaviour as well as associated areas of the equine world. Trudi Dempsey is an English equine trainer and behaviour consultant, specialising in positive reinforcement.
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Hosts Laurie Edmundson and Sara Amundson provide a raw, honest, and sometimes humorous look into what it means to live with Borderline Personality Disorder. From relationships, to anger, to sex, and to recovery, they bare all to offer a glimpse into the reality behind life with the world’s most stigmatized mental illness. You find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway
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All organisations are fundamentally in the business of behaviour change. But how well does your organisation understand behaviour? In “The B-Word”, Deloitte’s global Behaviour First leader James Healy explores how organisations can use a better understanding of human behaviour to address some of their most pressing challenges. Featuring leading figures from social and behavioural science discussing a diverse range of topics, the B-Word is a fascinating exploration of what it means to be huma ...
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Closet Confessions
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Closet Confessions

Candice Brathwaite & Coco Sarel

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Got something to confess sis…? Good job because author and journalist, Candice Brathwaite, and actress and online personality, Coco Sarel, are inviting you into their closet of confession to drop their truths, and yours… We’re talking bad behaviour, dodgy dates and controversial opinions you just can’t hold in any longer. Come and confess to us, it’s totally anonymous and there’s nothing off limits. Send in your secrets here: https://forms.gle/isf8odGDSn1S3FSz7 Oh, and don’t forget - what’s ...
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This is Best Behaviour, the podcast that navigates workplace culture, one story at a time. We’re diving into the culture stories of some of Australia’s largest and most successful companies on the hunt for insights you can implement in your organisation. We’re promising practical tips, a rollercoaster of topics, and above-average shits and giggles.
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Welcome to Redefining Outbound, a new series co-hosted by Cognism's UK and US sales leaders. They'll be sitting down with the most forward thinking sales leaders to explore how and why B2B buying behaviour has changed. They'll also unpack why these trends are important for organisations today.
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Welcome to the Re-Thinking the Human Factor podcast. It’s a podcast for information security professionals, where we will be asking our guests to share thoughts and insights on security awareness, behaviour and culture. Our guests come, predominately, from outside of the security industry. They all specialise in elements of awareness, behaviour and culture, or they have effectively tackled similar challenges, in their own industry or careers. The one thing that unites them all is their willi ...
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A podcast for dog lovers, dog trainers and dog nerds. I’m Ian Shivers, a behaviour consultant, mentor to other dog professionals, podcaster and all round animal geek. You can find me in Sydney where I run Bondi Behaviourist, a training company that works city wide, Canine C.A.R.E.givers, an online platform for dog owners to learn about training and behaviour, and Mutley, an all in one platform and community with the goal of supporting the amazing professionals in our industry. For some insan ...
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Dr Ayan Panja has been putting health into context as a doctor for the best part of 25 years. He shares his expert generalist perspective on important themes around health & wellbeing, pondering what impacts our health journeys, societal attitudes and meaning in our lives. A bite-sized, enriching and quietly mind-expanding podcast. Powerful messages and storytelling with a professional but informal tone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to ‘The Unteachables Podcast’, where your host Claire English is NO stranger to challenging classroom behaviour. And if you’ve found your way here, it’s likely you aren’t either. This is a podcast that is dedicated to making you feel a hell of a lot less alone in these struggles, whilst giving you the knowledge, support and strategies you need to not only survive the chaos, but truly thrive in teaching. Each week, Claire gets real on some tough teaching topics, explores student behav ...
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PsychCrunch
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PsychCrunch

The British Psychological Society Research Digest

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PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society's Research Digest. Each episode we explore whether the findings from psychological science can make a difference in real life. Just how should we live, according to psychology? We speak to psychologists about their research and whether they apply what they've discovered in their own lives.
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Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
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Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
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Decision Nerds
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Decision Nerds

Paul Richards & Joe Wiggins

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Managing human behaviour is one of the biggest challenges in getting decision-making right. Join veteran decision-making specialists Joe Wiggins and Paul Richards as they dive into the trenches and focus on the most important issues with industry innovators, academics and mavericks.
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Verify is a Christian show that uses contextual bible study to check if popular teachings and beliefs, truly align with the bible. It is anchored on the behaviour of the Berean Jews, whose insistence on confirming the words they heard, led to the salvation of many (Acts 17:11-12). Each episode encourages an intentional walk with God, so be sure to follow or subscribe, so you never miss one!
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The heart-focused podcast that helps Christian parents raise their kids with faith, character, and life skills. Short encouragements, tips, and prompts to help you in your everyday interactions with your kids - always keeping in mind that the heart is more important than the behaviour. Join me every week.
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If you have an interest in therapy and how our mind works, this is the podcast for you. We talk about all things mental health, therapy & journaling, so you can the best you for you. I have over 20 years working in mental health, I'm a CBT Therapist currently working in private practice, I'm passionate about journaling and created 'The CBT Journal' so others can benefit and now I'm opening the door to the therapy room So time to grab a cup of tea, a cosy blanket and listen to some friendly c ...
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Beyond Good
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Beyond Good

Matt Findlay and Femi Adeniran

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A podcast about teaching. We discuss teaching and learning, pedagogy, lessons and classroom practise, management and leadership, teaching of mathematics, training and trainees, mentors and mentoring, behaviour management, being a head of department and running a faculty, SLT and much much more!
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Episode 120 is a conversation with Dr. Eziafakaku Nwokolo, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Qualified Behavior Analyst (QBA). Notably, she is the only BCBA in the entire resident Nigerian population and one of the growing numbers of QBAs in the country. She is the Founder and CEO of Shades of Life Care Limited (SOL), a centre that pr…
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Last weekend 5 people cried on my shoulder. It wasn’t because it they were sad… It was because they had overcome the massive challenge of completing a marathon. The tears represented: · Pride · Fatigue · Feeling on top of the world · Realising that they had achieved something that was so hard! These were powerful interactions which showed the value…
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Episode 5 | Navigating Career Success in a Changing World: Insights from Industry Leaders Join host Siphiwe Moyo as he welcomes two esteemed guests, Kgomotso Mamello Motshidi and Candice Martin, for a captivating discussion on navigating career success in today's dynamic world of work. Kgomotso Mamello Motshidi, a seasoned business strategist with …
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Music is an under-explored tool with respect to the provision of psychotherapy as well as the crafting of peak experiences. Clinical counsellor, performance coach and opera singer, Dr. Fiona McAndrew, joins us for an eclectic, wide-ranging discussion in which explore: Fiona's alternating journey between psychology and music a window into the psycho…
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This week we are joined by Jen Clinehens from Choice Hacking to chat all things social proof! She is an expert in applying behavioural science to marketing and you can check out Jen's work over at Choice Hacking, We chat canned laughter, the need to be part of a social group, how Apple took it a new level, why disaster preparedness never happens, T…
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Moira Shenleitner is a leading industry expert when it comes to separation anxiety and separation related behaviours. This is something that affects hundreds of thousands of people around the world and fortunately is one of the most studied topics in our industry. Moira is an expert in this field, working with people and pet professionals across th…
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#66 ..Having time for a Christmas Bible study – that the whole family can do together is one way to keep Christmas about Jesus and to make it heart-focused. And yet ironically, or unfortunately, it is something that we often push to the side, and regret later that we didn’t do something more specific about Jesus this year! Today I’m sharing some ti…
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Science Weekly brings you episode one of a new mini-series from Full Story. Pioneering Australian scientists Graeme Pearman, Lesley Hughes and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg saw the climate crisis coming. Pearman predicted the increase of carbon dioxide levels, Hughes foresaw the alarming number of species extinctions and Hoegh-Guldberg forecast the mass coral…
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Candice is wondering what the requirements are to be added to a Close Friends list and Sarel has finally unghosted her therapist. This week, the girls discuss getting caught out via Close Friends, why you should never give an ugly man a chance and how to prioritise your health even if it means paying up. Plus, a listener confession about a Black po…
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Tim Sampson runs All Ears Dog Training in Wellington, New Zealand and is a reactivity specialist. A qualified trainer, Tim runs classes and individual sessions and brings a lot of fun, play and energy into his work which is just a joy to watch on his instagram account. I love his tag line, "Food is good. Play is better" In this episode we discussed…
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On this week’s episode of Beyond The Sales Floor, Morgan is joined by Alex Ball, VP of Sales at Twilio Flex. In this episode, you’ll learn how Alex’s unique approach towards ABM - especially within existing accounts. Plus, find out why Alex isn’t the biggest fan of AI in sales - especially when it comes to achieving personalised outreach. Tune in f…
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Have you metsomeone who says the bible is copied from other religions that came beforeChristianity? That different bible stories and characters, have strikingsimilarity to those of other ancient texts? These and many more have been saidabout the bible, and some Christians echo these sentiments too, in the fearthat all they’ve ever believed about Ch…
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So Thanksgiving was just a few days ago and wowie was it hard this year emotionally for me (Sara). I dealt with it well without significant emotional and relational damage or setbacks but it was a good reminder that our listeners and SuperFeelers community is likely struggling as well, even with the joy they may be experiencing. So I put a question…
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One of the things that used to really grind my gears as a teacher was when I was trying to teach a new skill to students, whether it be an analytical response or a piece of creative writing, and they would say something like the following: “I know how to do this already” “This is baby work, I did it in Year 3”, Or the worst one… “Why do I have to l…
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Aiming for perfect sounds like a good thing, right? But when perfectionism grows into hurtful self-criticism and unrelenting standards, it can be damaging for your mental health. And it turns out, perfectionism is linked to an already complex group of mental illnesses. Today, the role perfectionism plays in eating disorders. Please take care while …
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In Episode 119 Ben welcomes back Certifed Sexual Health Educator and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst, Landa Fox. Landa believes that everyone has a fundamental right to sexual health knowledge, education, and support that meets their individual needs. She also believes that healthy sexual expression is a fundamental part of the human experience, …
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Medicalisation is the how human experience becomes something that needs medical attention. There are pros and cons of this including the ‘need’ for medicine vs something that is being sold to us something that is unnecessary. I look at some examples in this episode and why it is something that needs consideration. Links: Ivan Illich: https://www.th…
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Hi there and a very warm welcome to Season 5 Episode 34 of People Soup – it’s Ross McIntosh here. P-Soupers, this week - the chat with Dr Steve Jones - continues. We touch upon role modelling -in terms of the ripple effect when men disclose how they've sought support for their mental health or volunteered for psychological wellbeing training. We ta…
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Madeleine Finlay sits down with science correspondent Hannah Devlin to discuss the amazing discoveries the James Webb space telescope has made in the year since it became operational. From planets that rain sand, to distant galaxies, Hannah explains how some of these discoveries could fundamentally change our understanding of the universe. Help sup…
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In this latest pile of TRAP, the Trap Pack discuss Topical issues, including a recap of HUM, hitting 500 YT subscribers, final call for the Irish Ideas Exchange, Consumer Duty updates, planning for 2024 Meat and Potatoes: Refining The Referral Ramp Questions posted by our beloved TRAPists Master J Culture Corner Links referred to in the show: AS FC…
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This week's Cousin confession leaves Sarel and Candice reeling! Revelations about a 21-year-old dating a 44-year-old take Candice down memory lane, whilst the girls discuss the power dynamics that come with an age gap and they sing a tribute to Craig David. TW: This week’s conversation features paedophilia Follow the show on Instagram @closetconfes…
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Dominique Hone of Canine Caregivers joins me again for another Canine Caregivers episode. In this episode we discuss "Humping". Probably one of the most missunderstood behaviours our dogs do and as a result... misshandled. Find out why dogs hump and what to do about it in this episode. If you want to learn more about Canine Caregivers, a platform i…
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On this week’s episode, Stephen chats with Matt Doyon, the Co-Founder and CEO of TripleSession. They covered a lot of ground relating to the landscape of B2B sales, as we approach 2024. Some of these topics included the role of AI, and the importance of productivity. Matt also gives his take on why he thinks sales enablement will be the real star o…
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A new report from Oxfam has found that the extravagant carbon footprint of the 0.1% – from superyachts, private jets and mansions to space flights and doomsday bunkers – is 77 times higher than the upper level needed for global warming to peak at 1.5C. Madeleine Finlay hears from the Guardian’s Europe environment correspondent Ajit Niranjan, and fr…
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The first 5 minutes of a lesson can absolutely be make or break for behaviour. What you do in this time and how you prepare for it can be the deciding factor between a productive, calm, controlled space where students can learn, and a lesson that very quickly continues to descend into chaos. So how to make sure those first 5 minutes are absolutely …
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The Petty Pisces is out in full force this week! Candice wonders why white women will stay friends even when they commit the worst crimes and Sarel keeps it short and real with a confession about bleaching. The girls talk about testing loyalties and friendship fall outs, reasons they may block the bag and why they believe in paying the most for pla…
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Mel Ritterman runs Cooper and Kids in and specialising in supporting families with children and their dogs. Based in Melbourne and working remotely across the globe, Mel has become a good friend and someone I ofter defer to when dealing with cases that fall under her area of expertise. Mel is an IAABC accredited dog trainer, a certified Family Dog …
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We're steamrolling head on to Super Brawl!!! The Horsemen have unity, apparently! The Steiners & Harlem get physical! Piper's back to answer the committee...& Hogan! A less than convincing Lord Wooden Top comes a cropper! GTT is back in style! Plus we talk Tony Khan's decision making; Jerry Lynn's hot takes; Les Battersby doing topes & planchas & a…
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In this special episode, we chat with previous guests, Kelly Baird and Jeron Trotman respective founders of the Missouri Black Behavior Analysis Community and Black Men in Behavior Analysis. Kelly and Jeron have both been nominated to fill two of three open seats on the Behavior Analyst Certification Board of Directors. We discuss their why for bec…
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Joel Berman is a practitioner of Compassionate Listening (compassionatelistening.org). Joel has travelled to the Middle East and talked with Israelis and Palestinians about their experiences and grievances. Topics discussed: Joel's experiences in the Middle East; what the Compassionate Listening methodology entails; the bravery required for conflic…
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On this week’s episode of Beyond The Sales Floor, Morgan is joined by Grace Chuang, Director of Sales Development at Databricks. Grace shares her insights into prospecting into tricky industries like the public sector, financial services, and healthcare. Plus, you’ll learn why BANT hasn’t been a qualification method of choice for Grace, due to the …
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When I first got involved in “information security” 20+ years ago, I found myself almost entirely surrounded by industry peers whose training and experience was in technology or technology disciplines. My training in law, marketing and finance, and my experience in business development, marketing, recruitment and even a stint in purchasing and supp…
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# 65 This week my one of my daughters shared her testimony at her mid-week Bible study which got me to thinking about the benefit of parents sharing their testimonies or God stories with their children. Listen in as I share some of my reflections this week. >>>FULL TRANSCRIPT/BLOG: Do you talk about your Faith and Share your Testimonies with your k…
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For almost 11 years, Laurie was taking Seroquel/Quetiapine. It got her though a lot - and was the first mental health medication she found really "worked" for her. After a lot of thought, side effects, and conversations with her doctor - Laurie decided to try and taper of of the medication slowly. Our Patreon supporters will remember this time well…
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Do you know what one of the main reasons is as to why people quit when they are trying to achieve something? It’s because they don’t feel they are making progress. It makes sense, if you are putting the effort in but you aren’t seeing the results you want, it becomes less appealing to stick at it. I think that one of the biggest problems that works…
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Today's guest is American Educator, Coach and Podcast host Dr Zach Groshell for a fascinating discussion about his work in US government funded schools and his drive for an increasingly evidence-based pedagogy. Matt and Femi talk to Zach about his role as an instructional coach, more and less directive coaching methodologies, the configuration of c…
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Pulitzer prize finalist Meg Kissinger grew up in the 1960's and 70's, steeped in feelings of shame and guilt about the mental illness that plagued her family. Now a journalist covering mental health, she's made it her mission to share stories of lost loved ones and the systems that failed them. This episode explores the topic of suicide. Please tak…
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