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Best Ellen Jackson podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ellen Jackson podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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*Finalist 2019 Australian Podcast Awards* Australian psychologist Ellen Jackson interviews experts from psychology, well being, neuroscience, leadership, parenting and high performance so that you can learn from the best, flourish and fulfil your potential. Discover the science behind your mind, brain and behaviour, mindfulness, mental health, happiness, well being, sport, positive parenting and performance, conveyed through easy and engaging conversation with experts in their field. Ellen's ...
 
*** Finalist at The Australian Podcast Awards 2019 *** Do you want to learn more about investing? How to improve decision making and time management from business leaders around the world? The Richards Report speaks with experts from the world of finance to explore and learn ways you can make smarter decisions when it comes to investing money and time. Join Ted Richards when he speaks with talented investors, athletes and professors about ways to improve your own performance. Guests include ...
 
Ellen Voie founded the Women In Trucking Association in March of 2007, and currently serves as the nonprofit organization’s President/CEO. Women In Trucking was formed to promote the employment of women in the trucking industry, remove obstacles that might keep them from succeeding, and to celebrate the successes of its members. Ellen’s prior role was the Manager of Retention and Recruiting Programs at Schneider, Inc., North America’s largest truckload carrier. She was responsible for creati ...
 
Named one of 2014's Top 20 Podcasts for Theatre Lovers by BroadwayWorld.com, "Something New" is award-winning writer Joel B. New’s chance to host the savviest professionals in the theatre industry, hear their stories, premiere brand new original songs, and get to the heart of what makes them the working, multifaceted artists they have come to be.
 
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Ted speaks with Psychologist Ellen Jackson from Potential Psychology about stress and anxiety and how it can impact our decision making. Our brains like predictability to make meaning in life, but often there’s a lot of uncertainty which can create stress in our lives. Stress and anxiety can manifest in so many forms, be it for health, financial or…
 
Hello wonderful humans. I’m mixing things up for this episode of the Potential Psychology Podcast. I had planned an episode on Personality and How It Drives What We Do for this week on the back of our fun webinar with some members of the PP community last Monday morning. But given the state of uncertainty we’re in right now due to this new coronavi…
 
Is working from home working for you? Are you running staff meetings from your kitchen? Home schooling in the lounge? Have you discovered your partner’s ‘work persona’ - a side you’ve never seen before? And is your dining table still there, beneath the laptops, monitors, notebooks and files? Working from home, once the ultimate office-worker perk, …
 
This is a frightening time in the world, especially for people with health vulnerabilities. Our goal with this episode is to separate fact from fiction, reduce some of the anxiety you might be feeling, and share practical advice on how to support your health during this time – physically, mentally, and emotionally. My guest is Andrea Nakayama. You …
 
In the midst of COVID-19 uncertainty and the anxiety it is provoking it can do the heart and mind good to be distracted with positive stories of people doing good in our world. We need that right now. My guests for this episode are Naomi Hunter and Jeremy Hunter, the co-Managing Directors of Empowering Resources, a boutique publisher of children's …
 
Discussing with Six Park co-Founder and Co-CEO the affect COVID-19 is having on the sharemarket and how it compares with other bear markets in history. Also discuss COVID-19 potential influence on the next US election, the closure of many major sporting codes and schools around the world and potential positives to come out of this black swan event.…
 
I'm delighted to have Dr Suzy Green back on the show today. Suzy was one of my lecturers when I completed the Masters of Coaching Psychology at The University of Sydney (some time ago now) and today I'm proud to call her a colleague. I'm also thrilled to be introducing you to her new book, The Positivity Prescription: A six week wellbeing program b…
 
Flares are one of the scariest parts of autoimmune disease. They're unpredictable, often very painful, sometimes disabling, and always disruptive to our plans. In this episode, three autoimmune warriors share their best tips for making it through autoimmune flares with strength and self-compassion. We talk about favorite foods, lifestyle hacks, min…
 
Joining me on the show for this episode is science communicator and content creator Ryan O’Donnell, a.k.a RyanO. Ryan wakes up daily trying to fill the gap between the amazing science of behavior and the billions of people that it could impact for the better. He does this by creating content for behavioral science enthusiasts via The Daily BA on Yo…
 
How do we learn, grow and fulfil our potential today and into the future? My guest for today's conversation arrived in the United States from Kenya at the age of 18 with $273 to his name and a mission to survive. As he tells it, he is LGBTQ and grew up in a world in which his identity either did not exist or was punishable by death or a lifetime in…
 
Osteoporosis is a condition where the bones become weak and brittle, and it’s usually associated with aging. But it turns out that autoimmune disease increases our risk of getting this condition at a younger age. In this episode, we talk about why this is true and what we can do to prevent and reverse it. What tests are available? What treatments a…
 
I was introduced to Tess Walton at an event late in 2019 and we clicked straight away. We got talking about her specialist topic - the future of work - and I quickly realised that this was a podcast episode in the making. It took us a little while to co-ordinate schedules but we connected last week for this amazing conversation which weaves and wen…
 
Today on the show we’re talking a bit about exercise, a bit about spirituality, a bit about indigenous cultures and quite a bit about a very select group of people who choose to run around and around an extended city block in New York City for not just days but weeks at a time! My guest is Sanjay Rawal, an award winning documentary maker based in N…
 
While not everyone has a sweet tooth, a lot of us do, and it's often hard to break the sugar habit. Why is that so true? It turns out there are a lot of forces driving those cravings: emotional, psychological, and even biological. Its no wonder they're not easy to resist. In today's episode, we dive into the details. My guest is holistic psychologi…
 
The one in which I share my family's brush with bushfires on New Years Eve 2019 and then explore the effects of calamity and catastrophe on children with psychologist and author Karen Young. Welcome back to the Potential Psychology Podcast and our eighth season of the show. It's great to be back. We've had a turbulent start to 2020 in Australia. We…
 
Ben Carlson is a Director of Institutional Asset Management at Ritholtz Wealth Management and the person behind the fantastic blog, A Wealth of Common Sense. Ben has recently released a book called ‘Don’t Fall for it’. The cover of the book describes it as a short history of financial scams, but it’s really much more than that. In this podcast epis…
 
This episode of the Potential Psychology Podcast is brought to you by PAFOW and their upcoming Sydney event, PAFOW20 Sydney: Honoring the Human Experience in the Age of AI & Perpetual Change Welcome back. Our Summer Series - in which we are revisiting favourite past episodes - is drawing to a close. We will be back next week with new interviews and…
 
If you’ve ever experienced brain fog, anxiety, or mood issues alongside your autoimmune symptoms, you’re not alone. Doctors know that mental health issues often increase with an autoimmune diagnosis, and a new scientific discovery might explain why. There are cells in the brain called microglia that are actually part of the immune system. And just …
 
It’s week three of our Summer Series of the Potential Psychology Podcast. While the team and I are busy behind the scenes prepping Season 8 of the show, we're taking a look back at some of our favourite episodes. And this quote encapsulates the essence of today’s show…. ‘Don’t waste a lot of time and money pushing kids in directions they don’t want…
 
It’s week two of our Summer Series of the Potential Psychology Podcast. Over the next few weeks while the team and I have a short break and get started behind the scenes on the next super cool series of the show, we’re revisiting some of our favourite past episodes. Today we are talking about one of my favourite topics - Sleep! My guest is Dr Kate …
 
If you’re a regular listener of my podcast, you know that I often start my shows with personal stories, where my guests share their health journeys from rock bottom to reclaiming a vital life. But at a least once a year, I dedicate an episode to back-to-back healing stories, and I make an effort to speak to people with different autoimmune diagnose…
 
After a successful AFL football career Glenn Lovett moved into the world of international sports marketing and has since worked in Melbourne, London and New York. We discuss different sporting codes and the new trends emerging around the world. We talk about where it all began for Glenn back at the Melbourne Demons playing AFL football, and his pro…
 
Our Summer Series We're back after a slight delay due to the Australian bushfires. My family and I were caught up in the bushfire drama on the NSW South Coast where we were holidaying with family (15 adults, 7 kids and a dog) on New Year's Eve 2019. We're all safe and home now but it was a tense and difficult day as we prepared to defend my sister-…
 
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