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Best Dr Mike Mayer Psychologist podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Dr Mike Mayer Psychologist podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Dr. Mike Mayer discusses psychological concerns with both business and family life. Relationships exist with business partners, employees, family members, friends, and other people you engage with on a daily basis. Dr. Mayer offers suggestions for these relationships based on psychological principles.
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Can you emulate some of these traits? They are willing to take the time and energy to be their best. They work hard, get up early, rarely complain, expect hard work, they study and ask questions, and they know lots of people. Listen now to learn more.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Do our actions have roots in our families or origin? Do experiences dictate our future? We are stronger than our pasts.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
What would you do if you could do anything you wanted for a day or a week? Would you sleep all day or accomplish a task you want to get done. Would you enjoy life now?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Do we stereotype people or things? Are we looking at people or things from an unchallenged negative view point that we accepted from the past as being true? Do we need to challenge those learned views? Are you passing negative stereotypes on to our children? Which stereotypes have you been categorized as? Listen to this fascinating discussion a ...…
Giving others our passion to others and fire others up. When you give others our energy it can become contagious and we will feel it coming back to us. Give others our experience that can help them make their lives more meaningful.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Where did we learn to show caring? Have we improved our style from what we learned as a child? Have people hurt us with their lack of ability to show caring?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Don’t bite off more than you can chew? When is too much too much? Slow down and enjoy some what what you have bitten off.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Try a new approach, brain store new solutions, get advice and grow yourself. Doing the same thing that did not work last time will not make your problems go away.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Are you taking the steps to have friends and to be one. Friendship starts with liking ourselves, it continues with several steps including choosing your friends wisely, listening and reaching out. Learn more…By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
When we put positive actions into the world are we putting an extension of our selves out there for others? We all want to reach a goal, do a good deed, relaxing and enjoying life. How can we be the positive in our lives?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Challenge your preconceived actions, habits and even figures of speech. Do not assume because you believe something that it is true for others? What are the appropriate boundaries in love?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Get the most happiness out of life. Take a picture a day of something that brings you happiness. Surround yourself with joyous people. Start conversations with power leads that spark positive conversation vs venting. Stop waiting for XYZ to happy before you can be happy. Focus on the now.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Memory is a significant part of our daily lives. We can influence what we remember in the future. We can re-remember the positive to help us have a productive future.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
There is self confidence in general and then there is self confidence in specific situations. What we learn about ourselves growing up greatly influences our views on our selves and our self confidence.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Where does it come from and where do we need to practice it. Respect is earned and not just given. The difficult lesson is that we must give respect to receive respect. Are we bias in who we respect?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Some days we feel like we do and some days we don't. Some times you have to face diversity before you can know if you have it. Keep moving forward towards our goals.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Follow these 8 principles to remain unhappy and continue to be miserable. Change these negative patterns to be happier and more content with life. Considering these lists could change your path.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Changing behaviors can help you lead a better and more content life. 1) Need to want to change and must involve intellect, body, emotions and even your spiritual motives. 2) Knowing what specifically needs to change, what is driving our anger or our obsessions. 3) Follow through with a doable plan to create a new habit. 4) Validate out successe ...…
When we look at relationships closely we see that someone or something is influencing our emotions in one way or another. Find the good in every relationship you choose to participate in. Learn to tolerate others differences as well as your own. Make your own meaningful and rewarding relationships in life.…
Re-frame and manage disappointment and aversion. See setbacks as opportunities. See failure as an event not an identity. Be open to new information and be willing to change your mind. Create a habit to motivate yourself.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
To live a life that is less reactive it is necessary to put the Ego in it's place. View situations with clarity. It takes two to do this but it has to start somewhere. This podcast looks at the Spotlight Effect, Egocentric Behavior and Self Awareness.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Things to avoid and things to embrace to find the peace and contentment we all deserve. Focus on purpose. We all have something to offer the world. Try these tips to work towards a better life.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
How has your past influenced you? The past is there to learn from to help you get the most from the present. Do you use the present wisely? Is your present life preparing you for the future?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
We are the ones that individually decide who we will respect. Are we respecting more people or fewer people? Is our personal criteria more stringent or are there fewer people deserving of our respect? Respect is earned not just given, yet we need to give respect to receive respect. Respect does not necessarily require agreement.…
What concerns can you talk out with your confident? Are they a sounding board or an adviser? Find potential solutions, relieve concerns and stress while building trust with a confidant. Confidentiality and trust are key.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Do we repeat the past in the present? Why do we respond the way we do?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Realistically, we all like the positive feelings of expressing validation. This validation includes those from our children, our spouse, our friends, our boss and our co-workers. Do you give validation to others? We should.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Generally, we should use wishes to bring about a change for the "good" in ourselves or for others. Use wishes as a motivator.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
All of us realize that most people do not like to be told what to do. Yet, all of us must realize that in order to get alone in this world we need to comply with appropriate and fair leaders.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
How does the discord at work influence your mental health? Working as part of a team can make your workplace more efficient and more enjoyable. Yet you have to ask yourself... are you a team player? Do you have negative co-workers, gossips or slackers at your workplace?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
With differing types of "two" people combinations they all would work better together if they wold be more other centered as well as ... (listen to the podcast to find out.)By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
An apology can show that we are not always right and we do make mistakes. Who do we need to apologize to and are we willing to do so?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
These "everyone's". how do we include them in our lives? Do we care, does it matter how the "everyone" lives on this planet?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
To me a gift is an effort on someone's part to extend an appreciation in some way to another person without expecting anything in return. Do you do this? Love is a gift!By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Resentment is an emotionally debilitating condition that when unresolved can have a variety of negative results on the person experiencing it. Have you let go of your resentment?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Your attitude influences the entire staff, office, workplace either positively or negatively. Have you checked your attitude recently?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
A big factor in marriage failing is the unwillingness to a partner to accept change. To stay married it helps to be able to embrace change.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Research suggests that the majority of people have negative attitudes towards people with mental illness. It behooves all of us to better understand mental illness.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
What do you know about the way you behave and are you willing to ask yourself questions to find some answers?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
What are some common qualities that can either make the partnership grow or cause problems that could make it fail?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
How do we want to be remembered? Can the answer to this become a motivator for our lives.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
People have lots of secrets they carry around. Why do we keep them and what are the costs to us if we keep them?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Do you know the signs of depression? What can we do to reduce the effects of depression in our lives?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
We need to recognize what thoughts and behaviors are problems for us. Then what do we do next?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Constant negativity can get in the way of happiness and add to our stress. What can we do to reduce these negative thoughts.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Time magazine reported that overall adolescents have a reputation for being more fragile, less resilient, more overwhelmed than their parents were growing up. What do we do?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
What is your family culture all about? How do your beliefs, rules, activities, and habits define what culture you will pass on?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
There are some simple suggestions that can help us cope with people. Listen to find out.By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
We won't be ready for changes until we are ready to make the changes. Are our habits killing us? Are our lifestyles hurting our family?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
Monday is the day that more people express depression. More people call in sick on Monday. Do we need to re-program our thoughts about Mondays?By Dr. Mike Mayer - Psychologist
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