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Phil in the Blanks

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Phil in the Blanks

Stage 29 Podcast Productions

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Experience a side of Dr. Phil McGraw you may have been missing as he delves into the minds of the most interesting and accomplished people in the world today. From celebrities to ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, to the world’s leading experts and “disrupters,” every guest will be provocative, informative and relevant. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com
 
music that produces images NON VERBAL TALKSHOW FOR THE SOUL PLEASE LISTEN AT VERY LOW VOLUME, LET THE SOUND MERGE WITH BACKGROUND REAL LIFE NOISES. dont listen to this while driving a car. PERFECT FOR SLEEPING! about me: italian visual artist recently moved in US, sometimes dj, sometimes producer for fun. i appreciate your feedback CONTACT ME : giorgiovivapodcast@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/giorgioviva/support
 
Bite Sized Business Communications Tips helps executives and business leaders improve their presentations, speeches and written content. This podcast is hosted by Cheril Clarke, and our goal is to give you the BEST value and listening experience in 10 minutes less. For more information, pleases visit PhenomenalWriting.com.
 
The "pick me up" podcast for overwhelmed autism warrior moms who are looking to get their child and their life back. Done with wasting time & money on in-effective therapies, extreme autism diets, supplements, test and Biomed protocols? Ninka-Bernadette Mauritson turned her son's autism around in Nature.This podcast is where you find the holistic tools, mindset strategies, experts and success path she used to get him from stimming, sleepless nights, tantrums, chaos and no eye contact to a ne ...
 
A podcast speaking to the primary user in the job application process, the candidate. It‘s easy to lose hope in the job application process, which is understandable but the key to landing a role in understanding your primary user, the recruiter. Each podcast episode will involve a conversation with at least one recruiter in the tech or staffing space. By understanding the recruiters and how you fit a company‘s void, the hope is that you can break into a new industry or transition to a role t ...
 
Ever wonder why misunderstandings are so common? Or why conflict often spins out of control? Curious about the secret to marital bliss? Want to become a more powerful communicator? Using research, humor, and personal storytelling, Professor Steven Fuller shares practical communication skills to improve your interpersonal relationships.
 
Fragile X Dad & Mom is a podcast about a Dad and a Mom’s journey as they parent their two children who are diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome. Their 5 year old son is also diagnosed with Severe Nonverbal Autism, Epilepsy, and Intellectual disability. This podcast is for all of those special needs parents raising special needs children where we can all come together and share the joys, the struggles and when sh&t gets real. Parenting a special needs child can often feel isolating & can be frus ...
 
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Hacking Leadership

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Hacking Leadership

Tony Sinanis and Joe Sanfelippo

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The best leaders take little openings and create space for those they lead. They find the smallest cracks of opportunity and create a path that was not there before. They shape the land. They find a way. Hacking leadership is about finding innovative solutions to issues that have plagued the system for years, and implementing them tomorrow. The focus is on practical application. We all know the problems exist, but knowledge of problems does not make our daily life in schools easier. Utilizin ...
 
Influence Psychology and Persuasion is a 10 minute practical guide into this amazingly interesting area by Mike Sweet, The 10 Minute Coach. Each of the episodes is aimed to give you an insight into these concepts and principles. this podcast isn't meant to be manipulative in any way however, manipulation techniques and processes are being used on us all of the time. This is my way of explaining how people use manipulation in some circumstances and you how you can understand the psychology be ...
 
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From time to time we like to ask our friends about their jobs. This week we talk to Ethan, one of the top poker players in the world. Donate today A note from Lev: I have been hosting podcast episodes since 2016 and have conducted more than 175 interviews with economists, scholars, and journalists on political economy topics. I am a high school tea…
 
Singer, songwriter, and actor Lyle Lovett discusses his life and career with Dr. Phil. Find out why the four-time Grammy winner says he never thought making a living in music was a “realistic” goal to aspire to, and why he says he’s so grateful he got the chance to be a father. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/ Interested in advertising on the sho…
 
A talk with Liz Stokoe, a conversation analysis (CA) researcher and the author of "Talk: The Science of Conversation." This is my second episode focused on CA. Topics discussed include: What are some of the most useful learnings from CA, in Liz's view? Does the common perception that men and women talk differently have much scientific support? How …
 
Approximately half of the people in the United States experience some mental health issue. “If your brain is not right, you’re going to get nowhere,” Dr. Phil says. New breakthroughs in neuroscience are helping to identify different brain types, helping to prevent and reverse many disorders and are ending the common practice of symptom-based diagno…
 
Lauren Sandler is an award-winning journalist and author based in Brooklyn. Her most recent book is the bestselling This Is All I Got: A New Mother’s Search for Home, a work narrative nonfiction about a young homeless mother in New York. It was named a Notable book of 2020 by the New York Times. Lauren is the author of two previous books, the bests…
 
A talk with political scientist Thomas Pepinsky, who wrote a piece entitled "Life in authoritarian states is mostly boring and tolerable," which examined what the end of democracy might look like in America. Topics discussed include: What can we deduce from U.S. surveys that show high distrust in elections? How much do people really believe that el…
 
This week I handed back the luxury car that I got as a welcome present when I moved in with the soulmate, I no longer have. I feel lighter than ever before. I lost 9 kilos from realizing my relationship was over until now (6 weeks later). Spiritual weight and emotional baggage. Why am I sharing my break-up story? It's not an attempt to blame my ex-…
 
Hosts Andrew Komarow and Eileen Lamb speak with Dr. Temple Grandin. Dr. Grandin is a prominent author and speaker on both autism and animal behavior. Today, she is a professor of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University. She has been featured on national and international media for her incredible story. HBO even made an Emmy Award-winning movie…
 
“As we go into 2022, I want you to go into it saying, ‘I’ve kind of been a passenger in my life. We’re not going to be that way anymore,’" Dr. Phil says on his Phil in the Blanks podcast. “I want you to be you on purpose.” In the newest episode, Dr. Phil and Dr. Charles Sophy draw a clear connection between optimism and living a longer, healthier l…
 
The new year is just around the corner. Are you ready to set new boundaries, stop reacting to others’ toxic behavior, become more efficient, and take back control of your life? In the final installment of “Toxic Personalities in the Real World,” Dr. Phil asks listeners, “Wouldn't you rather be healthy alone than in a toxic, sick, pathological damag…
 
This is a piece that I, Zach Elwood, wrote about the ways in which social media (and internet communication more broadly) may be amplifying us-versus-them polarization and extreme thinking. Much of the mainstream coverage of how social media may be amplifying divides and making people unhappy is on product-specific features and algorithms. But what…
 
Gabriel Winant is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Chicago. He is a historian of the social structures of inequality in modern American capitalism. His work approaches capitalism as an expansive social order—not confined to the market alone but rather structurally composed of multiple, heterogeneous spheres. He focuses on the rel…
 
A talk with roboticist and artificial intelligence researcher Hod Lipson. Topics include: how close we are to self-aware machines; research strategies that will likely yield self-aware machines; what it takes for something to be self-aware; the risks of AI; how such research can help us better understand human minds and behavior.…
 
In this powerful episode Winning Strategies For Life, Dr. Phil continues his series “Toxic Personalities in the Real World” which is aimed at taking our power back from those with toxic personalities. Start 2022 with a whole new attitude, approach, coping strategy, and a plan. Dr. Phil breaks down essential tools and insights that provide a solid f…
 
In this episode, hosts Andrew and Eileen, speak with Jeff Snyder, a self-advocate who was diagnosed with autism in 1990. He has achieved multiple successes in life in areas of education, long term employment, independent living, and speaking engagements. He even does a presentation about autistic traits he finds in Disney characters.-------The view…
 
Dr. Phil continues his “Toxic Personalities in the Real World” series where he takes the narcissistic, borderline and antisocial personality disorders and rolls them into one. “The truly dangerous people in your life,” Dr. Phil says. “It’s time to clean house.” Learn about BAITERS, EVIL 8, and strategies for you to win when you have sharks in your …
 
Samuel Miller McDonald is an editor at The Trouble and Epilogue, a doctoral researcher at University of Oxford, and graduate of the Yale School of the Environment and College of the Atlantic. His writing has appeared in Current Affairs, The New Republic, and The Guardian, among other publications. He is working on a book called PROGRESS about the h…
 
One early morning 2 weeks ago, I had to jump online to assist 3 new moms (beginners) in my membership. They panicked because their children were regressing. This podcast episode is a recording of the strategy I gave them (THAT WORKS) after they cried and wrote: "I can't take the stress and the screaming anymore." "I need more than prayer meditation…
 
Can you identify the behaviors associated with Antisocial Personality Disorder? In previous installments of this series, Dr. Phil talked about Narcissistic and Borderline Personality disorders. In this week’s episode, he addresses the “granddaddy” of them all: Antisocial Personality Disorder. “This has parts of the other two, but now it's weaponize…
 
This episode focuses on how to tailor job applications while not getting stuck in the weeds. Listen in on today's episode with Huey CEO, Sean McAuliffe as heshares how time management lead him to start an org chart company called Huey and what he looks for in a candidate and how candidates can use some of the things that he learned in his journey t…
 
A talk with criminologist Eric Piza about how video has affected crime rates. Topics discussed include: what the research shows about video surveillance and crime reduction; what factors make camera presence more likely to be effective; the effectiveness of police body cams; some practical ideas for how one might discourage crime at one's property;…
 
Gerhard Toews is the RNG Assistant Professor at the New Economic School in Moscow. He is also research affiliate at Oxcarre, University of Oxford, where he defended his DPhil, and the LEO, Orléans University. Political prisoners eating lunch in the Intalag coal mine. Check out our new section: Ask An Economist (Key Terms in About 5 Minutes) Subscri…
 
Dr. Phil’s series, Toxic Personalities in the Real World, continues delving into borderline personality disorder, which Dr. Phil says is “the most stigmatized disorder of all.” “One day, they’ll be full of vim and vigor, and confidence, and the next day, they’re wondering why they’re even in this world,” Dr. Phil says of the 18 million people affec…
 
In this podcast episode, we share: What it's like to live together now that both boys are adults and why they haven't moved out. How my children were raised to be gentlemen and how their life is totally different to others. The benefits and the pain of growing up as a sibling to a child that's recovering from autism. Coronavirus and how we've been …
 
Hosts, Andrew and Eileen, speaks with Peri who is a 24 year old advocate with autism. After many years of her family wanting answers, she was finally diagnosed at 11, which was pretty late despite the obvious signs. She didn't say her first word until the age of six, and didn't say much else after that until she was 10. She wants to raise awareness…
 
“Sometimes you get really frustrated with people and you’re wondering, is it you or is it them? You might very well be dealing with a borderline personality,” says Dr. Phil on his mental health podcast series, “Phil in the Blanks: Toxic Personalities in the Real World.” This week, listeners will learn about the traits and types of this Cluster B pe…
 
For this episode, we see from a different side of the hiring curtain, the candidate. Former job candidate Micole Simpson shares her difficult journey getting in UX and how she interviews to land the job! Join us as Micole gives her perspective on the following topics: What inspired her to go into UX Design [1:46] What her journey was like [8:16] Wh…
 
“If you ever start defending yourself with a narcissist, you will never ever stop,” says Dr. Phil in part 4 of the "Toxic Personalities in the Real World”. “They simply can't be confronted. That's why you can't win an argument with them. They are relentless. They will argue until the end of the earth.” For the second week, Dr. Phil is examining tra…
 
A talk with social scientist Saul Albert (saulalbert.net) about conversation analysis — the scientific analysis of talking — and the wider field of ethnomethodology. Topics discussed: what conversation analysis (CA) is and how it's done; some of the interesting findings in CA; Saul's own research; the complexity and difficulty of communication; the…
 
George Turner is the director of TaxWatch. He is an investigative journalist and one of the founders of Finance Uncovered, an investigative reporting and training organization. As a journalist he has led multiple investigations that have appeared on front pages across the world. George first became interested in tax policy when he wrote a paper for…
 
How to address and prevent autism symptoms in 2021 (what's new and what's still misunderstood (and therefore preventing a turnaround.) Why you MUST understand the link between autism and dementia and what the brain and the immune system have to do with it. How to support brain maturation and healthy child development for children with autism. How t…
 
In part three of the "Toxic Personalities in the Real World” Phil in the Blanks podcast series, Dr. Phil examines the traits of a malignant narcissist. “In my opinion, this is the most dangerous narcissist of all!” Dr. Phil says. “These are people that are cold, calculating -- but they can be very charming.” This series addresses Narcissistic Perso…
 
Levi Boxell is a PhD candidate in Economics at Stanford University and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. His research focuses on focus on media, polarization, and conflict. His other work can be found on his personal webpage. Subscribe to our newsletter todayBy A Correction Team
 
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