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The Center for Global Policy is an independent, nonpartisan, U.S.-based think tank that provides expert analysis and context-specific insight into critical issues facing our nation, with a particular interest and expertise in issues pertaining to politics in the Muslim world. We provide objective and empirical research about the social, political and cultural issues facing Muslim-majority countries so that policymakers will be in a better position to make more informed policy decisions.
 
Learn to use the sciences of the mind to help you understand what makes you emotionally tick. Two Austin therapists and their world-recognized guest experts break down the research in modern attachment, relational neuroscience and trauma in a challenging but entertaining format to keep you off autopilot and moving towards closer connections. www.therapistuncensored.com
 
This podcast is for all the forbidden information kept from you by various agencies and organizations obligated, paid, forced, intimidated, and coerced to keep you on the path of drugs for anything and drugs for everything. It’s our intention to deliver up to date research and analysis of all alternatives for the restoring and restructuring of a healthy, viable, and active lifestyle. You’ll learn forbidden health secrets you aren't allowed to know, forbidden protocols and lost knowledge, how ...
 
The Coach Glass Podcast will help you take your coaching skills, fitness, personal brand and life to the next level. Every week you will enjoy Jason Glass's unique brand of Edutainment (Education through Entertainment). Join the community and get inspired! Maximize your potential and those around you! Dream Big & Over Deliver!
 
Circle Gherkin started out as a joke guild in the space-themed MMO, Wildstar. The name was popular among it's guild members for its hilarious and not-so-subtle innuendo. Ultimately the name has stuck with the group ever since, even as they departed the world of Nexus at an attempt to regain their social lives. The founding fathers of the group; AaronLeigh, Kid Charisma and M0dern now have their eyes set on a different goal. To create entertaining and somewhat informative videos, podcasts and ...
 
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Its time to make 2020 a year you accomplished X. Its the final 1/4 and no-one is throwing in the towel! I am challenging you to learn something new. TODAY! Anything you want to learn. ANYTHING! Just listen to this week’s episode and follow the process. 1. Mindset: Drop ego, fears, and insecurity if you are going to embark on a learning journey. Sta…
 
People are profoundly bad at predicting their own attachment status, and if you are trying to do that you are headed in the right direction. 🙂 That sort of mindful inquiry is part of attachment security – learn more in today’s episode about what the Strange Situation can still show us. Learning about attachment can be scary – it’s easy to find the …
 
The Mentorship Podcast, the series where my former Mentoree becomes my Mentor. Carina @coachcarinapt is the "Mama Bear" for the Mentorship family! She has a such an amazing way of seeing life for what it is and pushing you to maximize your career. Down to earth and constantly mining deeper for the meaning of life. Business owner, family woman and w…
 
When we think of diseases like cold or flu, why is it that we don’t get sick from multiple diseases at the same time? If we’re exposed to multiple diseases (like we all are every day) you’d expect people who are already ill to become even sicker, now with say, cold and flu at the same time. This almost never happens. Why not? This week, Dr. Jack an…
 
Love is not a soft feeling, it is “deep biology.” Oxytocin research pioneer Dr. Sue Carter joins co-host Sue Marriott to unravel the mystery of Sue’s favorite neuropeptide. You may have heard of oxytocin in the popular press, it’s often called that “love drug.” You’ll hear that t’s story is a bit more complicated than just that, as it also helps us…
 
Grey has shuffled his schedule, Myke tried to leave Google Docs, and they both experience a monumental discovery about note-taking. This episode of Cortex is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code CORTEX at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase.ExpressVPN: High-Speed, Secure & Anonymous VPN Service. Get an extra thre…
 
Slow it down, speed it up, change direction, add complexity, add resistance, over speed, increase neural load and then do it again! If you want to refine athleticism you need to challenge yourself in as many ways as possible. Do it in the gym and see the results on the field of battle. I always say that you get the best learning or adaptation when …
 
It seems every week we learn how one government agency or other was wrong about our current health crisis. And while we’ve all heard about all the plans various entities have to sell you a miracle cure in the coming weeks and months, some of the top thinkers in epidemiology are ready to blow the end-game whistle. How can that be? This week, Dr. Jac…
 
Skeptical of the buzz about psychedelic-assisted therapy? What if you could get the benefits of therapeutic psychedelics without ingesting any drugs?! Trey Ratcliff may have just the answer to non-drug, mind-expanding experiences that can help us heal. We’ve been interested in the resurgence of research but have been waiting a while to do an episod…
 
Today’s episode is for the Coach. We discuss how the art of coaching needs to adapt to our rapidly changing profession. I offer a simple strategy to help you transition your business or coaching style to flourish in the Covid era. We also go DEEP into the philosophy of Impermanence and how your passion for what you do and the driver behind that pas…
 
Very soon, Bob and Corey will be fired from their jobs (not because of anything you'll hear on THIS episode... maybe) So we catch up on things, talk about how we handle going outside right now, and then dive deep into topics like: Did you know that the original Star Trek show had lyrics written? Khan may or may not be Indian Vaudeville Kirk might n…
 
With no end in sight for the Syrian civil war, the country’s 6 million refugees and 6 million internally displaced peoples (IDPs) face an uncertain future. Those who have fled to other countries to escape the violence face deplorable conditions in refugee camps and years-long waits for resettlement, while IDPs live in constant fear of the ongoing h…
 
The Mentorship Podcast, the series where my former Mentoree becomes my Mentor. In this edition we have Sergey Nazarov @solid.sergey who was one of my first Mentorees and since then has been not only a Mentor but a great friend. From his humble beginnings in communist Russia, he excelled to become a National Team Member for acrobatics and then took …
 
Kamran Bokhari and Faysal Itani discuss Lebanon’s multiple crises and the Beirut port explosion that served as a culmination of the problems the country is facing. Itani says the port explosion was the result of decades of corruption that led the Lebanese government and public services to failure. After the civil war, Lebanon functioned under an ar…
 
Emotionally and behaviorally challenged children can overwhelm any parent or system. In this episode, we’ll go over where many parents go wrong, what we can do instead, and how shifts in our strategies can revolutionize our households. Learn the strategies of the Nurtured Heart Approach with expert guest, Elizabeth Sylvester. Dr. Elizabeth Sylveste…
 
Grey is doing good, Myke is busier than ever, and they both talk about how to live and work entirely at home. This episode of Cortex is sponsored by: Hover: Make a name for yourself. Get 10% off any domain name.Setapp: More than 180 powerful apps for your Mac. Try it free for a week.Ooni Pizza Ovens: Bring the world’s best pizza to your own backyar…
 
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