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The Mind Coaching podcast presents inspiring people with great achievements who look at failure as an incredible learning experience and a driving force for success. The founder, Frank Nilsen - a successful mind coach, goes beyond the traditional interviewing style by using deep, mind probing questions in order to get from each guest the winning strategies that helped them stay motivated, find inspiration and conquer obstacles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In today's episode, I speak with Professor John McGrath a psychiatrist who has been interested in discovering the causes of serious mental illness. He is director of the Queensland Center for Mental Health Research and Professor at the Queensland Brain Institute. He is one of Australia's most recognized psychiatric researchers and was awarded the J…
 
Can one improve certain conditions of cancer using diet and fasting? In this episode, Thomas Seyfried, a cancer researcher and professor of biology at Boston College, discusses a controversial view of cancer as a mitochondrial metabolic disease. We talk about:: Cancer is not genetic What have they found out? How does their method work in practice? …
 
Can mushrooms help with stress, colds and creative thoughts as well as help bees toward an ever-increasing epidemic? Paul Stamets is one of the world's foremost in fungal research and has a total of 18 patents within the use of different types of fungi. Paul has won numerous awards and his person is also a role in Star Trek: Discovery! I could writ…
 
How can you reveal a psychopath or narcissist? Today's guest is Scott O Lilienfeld. He is a professor of psychology at Emory University and lecturer in evidence-based treatments and methods. He has written or co-authored over 17 books in psychology and is best known for the books 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology and Brainwashed. We talk about: …
 
In this episode: The future of IQ research CRISPR Two different parts of intelligence (fluid and crystallized) Identical twins study DNA samples from one million people Genetic Lottery Heritage or environment? What you can do for children to achieve their genetic potential The connection between focus and intelligence Brain images and genes And mor…
 
In this episode: C Vitamins against colds and the flu How big doses you should take? What is so special about vitamin C Vtamin B 3 (Niacin) against cholestrol, how high doses? What are the benefits of a Niacin flush? How big doses Vitamin B1 against autoimmune diseases? WHY? Vitamin E Vitamin A And much more Enjoy See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Dr. Stephen Badylak, D.V.M., Ph.D., M.D. is a Professor in the Department of Surgery, and deputy director of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Badylak has practiced both veterinary and human medicine and he holds over 50 U.S. patents, 200 patents worldwide, has authored more than 250 scientific publications and 20 book chapters. …
 
Brian Mackenzie is a human potential specialist. He has spent the last 2 decades in human performance learning about movement and physiology. He is the innovator of the endurance, strength and conditioning paradigm. He has studied performance, movement, hypoxia, breathing mechanics, principles and methods, along with heat and cold exposure. He has …
 
In this episode, I talk to Octavia H. Zahrt one of the authors behind the newly published study about perceived physical activity and mortality. The new study from Stanford shows that people that had negative thoughts about their own physical activity had 71% greater risk of dying earlier. We talk about: You are what you think you are Perception of…
 
Colin O'Brady is an American pro endurance athlete, mountain climber, adventurer, and professional speaker. O'Brady is a two-time world record holder for the Explorers Grand Slam (Last Degree) and Seven Summits speed records. He became the fastest person to complete the adventurers challenges in 139 days and 131 days respectively. He is a former pr…
 
Since I started making podcasts one year ago I have had the honor of interviewing some incredible people. In this episode I have compiled some of the best techniques and information from Professor Jordan B Peterson, Former FBI Leading hostage negotiator Chris Voss and shark attack survivor and former navy clearance diver in the Australian elite def…
 
Welcome to the Mind Coaching podcast – iTunes Top personal development podcast for meeting successful people and learning their mindset strategies for overcoming fear and various challenges on their journey to success. In today’s episode, I am joined by Dr. Jordan B Peterson a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the Univer…
 
Todays guest is Paul de Gelder that chased adventure wherever he could find it, from his wild ride as a hoodlum teen and his drug-and-alcohol fuelled stint working in a strip club to hauling his way up to the elite echelons of the defence forces. But trouble hunted him down in the form of a brutal shark in February 2009. Paul lost two limbs, and hi…
 
In todays episode I talk to Travis Macy a finisher of over 130 ultra endurance events in 17 countries, Travis Macy is a speaker, author, coach, and professional endurance athlete. He is the author of The Ultra Mindset: An Endurance Champion's 8 Core Principles for Success in Business, Sports, and Life, and he set a record for Leadman, an epic endur…
 
In this episode I talk to Professor Martin Gibala at McMaster university. He is the author of the 1 Minute Workout. We talk about: How to double your capacity in 2 weeks. What is interval training and sprint training Increased fitness with interval training What is oxidative stress What is 1 minute training What is V02 max The connection between Vo…
 
In todays episode I talk to one of the best experts within the field of Vitamin D. Michael F. Holick is an American endocrinologist, specializing in the field of vitamin D, such as the identification of both calcidiol, the major circulating form of vitamin D, and calcitriol, the active form of vitamin D. His work has been the basis for diagnostic t…
 
In todayss episode I have talked to Chris Voss. A 24 year veteran of the FBI, Chris Voss is one of the preeminent practitioners and professors of negotiating skills in the world. As FBI's former leading international hostage negotiater he has been face to face with a number of criminals, including bank robbers He is also the founder and principal o…
 
For 25 years, Joe Navarro worked as an FBI special agent in the area of counterintelligence and behavioral assessment. Today he is one of the world’s leading experts on nonverbal communications and lectures and consults with major corporations worldwide. He is an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University and frequently lectures at the Harvard Busin…
 
In today's episode professor Jordan B. Peterson is back on the podcast. Professor Peterson has become world famous on Youtube with his lectures which is seen by millions of people around the world. Dr Peterson is a former Harvard professor of clinical psychology and he is now working as a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. He has…
 
John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an internationally recognized expert in Neuropsychiatry. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed articles, and 11 books published in 15 languages, including the groundbreaking ADD-ADHD “Driven to Distraction” series with Ned Hallowell, MD. With the publ…
 
Have you heard the word meditation, but not quite understood what it is or what to do? In today's episode I have a conversation with Sara Lazar, she is Associate Researcher in Psychiatry Department at Massachusetts General Hospital and an assistant professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School. The focus of her research is to elucidate the neur…
 
In today's episode I have a talk with Russell Foster, Professor of Circadian Neuroscience from the University of Oxford in England. Russel is known to many for his TED speech about why we sleep, as of this writing is seen by over 6.1 million people. Professor Russell Foster was behind the study that proved that we have a unknown sensor in the eye. …
 
Take the steps up the mountain along with James Brooman while he tries to ascend Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen. We will hear his training methods, how he motivates himself and what he experiences along the way to the top. One of the episodes will take place at Base Camp on the rise, how cool is that to get the thought and challenges Ja…
 
In this 3 international episode I talk to Mike Hamill who has 100 major high altitude climbing expeditions Worldwide, 10 times on Mount Everest, climbed all of the “Seven Summits,” the tallest mountains on each continent, at least 5 times, some as many as 23. He has also skied to the South Pole and Cycled unsupported across the United States , star…
 
"If a negative emotion is recurring, the way you conceptualizing the world, yourself or the way you behave is incorrect " Professor Jordan B Peterson explains when I ask him about what is the reason a memory that is more than 18 months old is recurring. In this second international podcast episode i talk to Dr.Peterson, a clinical psychologist and …
 
Today's first international episode we get to know a man that cycled alone from Alaska to Argentina, ran alone across Australia in 82 days, went to the top of the Himalayan mountains, tried to get to the top of Mount Everest the same year when over 10 people died in an avalanche. He is also an investment banker, author of the book from North to Sou…
 
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