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Best Impotence podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Impotence podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Listen to the incomparable therapist Esther Perel counsel real couples as they reveal the most intimate, personal, and complicated details of the conflicts that have brought them to her door. This season, she takes on open marriage, racism inside an extended family, coming out in a religious home, and chronic infidelity, among other delicate dynamics. Esther creates a space for us to hear our own lives and struggles articulated in the stories of others. So....where should we begin?
 
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Podcast Notes Key Takeaways There are 4 main environmental toxins: Pesticides used in agriculture Flame retardants used in furniture, electronics Bisphenols used in aluminum cans and thermal paper receipts Phthalates used in cosmetics, personal care products and food packaging A thyroid disruption in a pregnant mother can pass through the placenta …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “The COVID pandemic has shown us, quite starkly, that we have not been doing enough innovation. We’ve not been developing enough vaccines” – Matt Ridley “We’ve hardly scraped the surface of different ways of combining and recombining the atoms and elements of the world” – Matt Ridley “Unfortunately in 2020, the economist…
 
Dr. Leo Trasande is the Jim G. Hendrick, MD Professor, Director of the Division of Environmental Pediatrics and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Pediatrics at NYU School of Medicine. He also serves on the faculty of the NYU Wagner School of Public Service and the NYU College of Global Public Health. He is an internationally renowned lea…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Having physical clutter around us increases cortisol levels and makes us moody “People who are tinder are viewed by others as more intelligent, harder working, and also kinder” – Scott Soneshein When it comes to removing work-related physical items, ask yourself: Is this item necessary for my job? Is this helpful for my …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The WHO was relunact to announce that COVID was an airborne virus because it would’ve affected the spending and political budgets in all of their member countries “It’s an organization that’s sort of political first and then reverse engineers the science to fit that” – David Sacks “Organizations like the WHO and CDC are …
 
Podcast Notes Introduction Sugar’s negative effects on the human body are better known today than ever before Sugar addiction is different than traditional addiction because often, we are unaware it’s in the food we’re eating Fructose drives the main sub-cellular pathologies that cause metabolic diseases We assume metabolic syndromes are diseases o…
 
Podcast Notes Introduction Autoimmune diseases affect 80 million Americans – more than those affected by heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined Preemptive, personalized medicine is the way to go Functional medicine seeks to treat the causes of disease, not the symptom Five main triggers of autoimmune disease are toxins, infections, poor micro…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Forecasts are pretty worthless because everybody gets them wrong, no matter how much data you have” – Chamath Palihapitiya High-quality investors understand the fragility of forecasts “Integrity compounds infinitely, and capability always decays” – Chamath Palihapitiya “IPOs are a little bryzantine and broken, direct li…
 
Podcast Notes James Nestor (@MrJamesNestor) is a journalist who has written for Outside magazine, Men’s Journal, Scientific American, Dwell magazine, National Public Radio, The New York Times, The Atlantic, the San Francisco Chronicle magazine, and others. He is the author of a new book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art available now. Read the…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Janna’s mother taught her to read books while her father taught her to ask questions: “My dad’s an MD, so where my mom taught me how to read, my dad taught me how to ask questions. My dad’s just a super curious guy.” – Janna Levin Math can show you things you can’t see: “I discover stuff through math that is so counterin…
 
They met as religious teenagers and married as virgins. It's the age old story — once you're allowed to be intimate, you no longer want to be. Deciding to open the marriage has brought about huge changes in their sex life, and ruptures in their emotional one. Programming note: This conversation was recorded before the COVID-19 lockdown.…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways If something is consistently going wrong and you’re the common denominator, you need to change your actions “It’s not them, it’s me and what do I do about that and how do I figure it out?” – Kat Cole “Anytime you’re criticized, assume first that it’s correct” – Kat Cole Then look at what parts of it are true and which ar…
 
James Maskell has spent the past decade innovating at the cross section of functional medicine and community. He created the Functional Forum, the world's largest integrative medicine conference with record-setting participation online and growing physician communities around the world. He is the author of The Community Cure: Transforming Health Ou…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “If you want to be a stud later, you have to be a pud now” – Christopher Sommer “When in doubt, work on the deficiencies you’re most embarrassed by” To assess your biggest weaknesses, start by finding a Functional Movement Screen (FMS) near you When it comes to working out: Consistency > Intensity “Slow down. Where’s the…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “I think that it’s inevitable that if you’re good at something, you just find it all the more enjoyable” – Hannah Fry If schools want students to like math more, teachers should put in the effort to demonstrate just how useful it is in the real world Algorithms can be incredibly useful but they can also backfire “The rea…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways 1) Look for inflections “Exponential inflections power massive breakthroughs” – Mike MaplesAn inflection is a time of significant change The 4 main types of inflection: technology, adoption, regulatory, and belief 2) Work backwards from different potential futures “Breakthrough builders seem crazy in the present, but the…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways People are both chokers and thrivers They may choke in some pressure situations, like a test, but thrive in other stressful situations, like a handball game The process of visualization and actual practice helps train your brain to succeed at that task If you do choke, don’t listen to much to your negative inner voice an…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Eroom’s Law is Moore’s Law spelled backwards It’s a term that was coined in a Nature Reviews Drug Discovery article by researchers at Sanford Bernstein and describes the exponential decrease in biopharma research and development efficiency between the 1950s and 2010 Whereas Moore’s describes technologies becoming exponen…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “If [more] information was the answer, then we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs” – Derek Sivers “The best plan is the one that lets you change your plans”– Derek Sivers “When you’re earlier in your career, I think the best strategy is to just say ‘yes’ to everything. Every little gig. You just never know what are t…
 
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