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🎤 Welcome to the Fruiting Body Podcast with your Host Brendan O'Neill 🍄 The Fruiting Body Podcast Channel aims to inform, discuss, and make you aware of the potential for freedom and success. We chat with guests from across the world who have taken action in their life and reaped the rewards, working and living in their dream destination, Phuket, Thailand. ❤️ Subscribe to this channel for New Podcasts EVERY TUESDAY
 
Two relatable and veteran teachers give a new perspective on what goes on inside and outside of the classroom. It’s professional development meets happy hour. Join Jay and Kay every Thursday to toast to the disruption of educational norms, and life after the bell.
 
Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
 
Hosted by Sayed M Kadhim Modarresi and featuring world-renowned guests, this is a podcast for social disruptors and outside-the-box thinkers who aren't afraid to challenge the status quo and prevailing norms and customs.
 
Takatoshi Shibayama, through his discourses with visionaries in various fields, looks to empower listeners with perspectives on how we can challenge the social norm and evolve with new technologies, mindsets, and philosophies. Empowered individuals can have a much stronger voice and influence in bringing about revolutionary changes in the world. Future Design Podcast aims to serve as a catalyst and lead the way towards that change. The podcast is categorized as "Extera"; technologies, busine ...
 
Hi, my name is Kimber Vradenburg, and I've been a humanitarian practitioner for over 20 years. I love this work, because it continually asks me to reflect, grow, give the best of myself and live in my integrity. Specifically, I love working with practitioners in the field serving their own communities. They are the people upon whom every humanitarian effort depends. They are also systemically undervalued. Over two decades I’ve worked with these incredible practitioners, meeting as people wit ...
 
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Anthony Doerr is probably best known for his Pulitzer Prize winning novel All the Light We Cannot See. Just like that book, his latest work, Cloud Cuckoo Land, features protagonists who are dreamers and outsiders who find hope in the midst of danger. He talks with Mary Beth Keane, author of Ask Again, Yes, about the inspiration for his latest book …
 
Oliver is an international student and football player from Millfield Prep School, enjoying his holiday right here in Phuket. Oliver was born and raised in Singapore up until the age of 7 when his parents decided to make the transition to move and live in Phuket, Thailand. After getting stuck overseas during the current situation, Oliver decided to…
 
People have been thinking about happiness for thousands of years. In fact, ancient thinkers came up with strategies for cultivating pleasures over a lifetime, or creating a lasting capacity to take joy in the world. This long-term flourishing is different from immediate pleasures — it’s a richer notion of happiness. Laurie Santos is a professor of …
 
Kleiton is the founder and owner of Phuket Fight Club, one of the most elite Muay Thai gyms on the island. Born in Brazil, he started off his career as a professional Futsal player, developing a sense for spotting opportunity and success early in his life. Kleiton is now a successful entrepreneur who has started many businesses which include the fa…
 
Even though women are likely to live longer than men, their hormonal changes make them far more susceptible to age-related memory loss like Alzhemier’s disease and other conditions. Yet gender is often not a primary consideration by the medical community — but more and more research shows that it should be. Professor of neuroscience, neurology, and…
 
It used to be that having a “bird brain” was an insult. Now, it’s practically a compliment! Turns out the brain of a bird, which is small enough to fit into a nut, is full of neurons. These animals are capable of complex cognition — they can solve problems, count, understand cause and effect, and even communicate in ways that resemble language. Jen…
 
Jack Thomas is the founder and CEO of BASE, voted Bangkok's Best Studio and Asia's Gym of the Year at the Fitness Best Awards. Jack also hosts the Fitness Business Asia podcast, a weekly show that was created with a mission to raise the standards of the fitness industry in Asia. Jack was born and raised in the UK and after traveling to Bangkok 17 y…
 
In the 1950s and 60s, mental health providers used psychedelics to help patients open up about difficult memories. Then, the drugs were banned. Now there’s a resurgence. Psychedelics like MDMA, psilocybin, and ketamine are being studied as solutions for anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Findings show that drugs like MDMA are especially useful in the c…
 
Mika was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. Shortly after finishing her studies, Mika’s journey towards success began with a trip to The City of Angels-Bangkok. Her passion for travel and fashion allowed her to pursue her goals, working as a senior designer in Shangai as well as a creative consultant in London. Her Love for Thailand brought her b…
 
The global Covid-19 pandemic has worsened inequality. Oxfam International found that while billionaire fortunes returned to pre-pandemic highs in just nine months, a recovery for the world’s poorest people could take over a decade. In the United States, wealthier people have kept their jobs and decreased their expenses as they transitioned to worki…
 
The Covid-19 vaccine was developed at an unusually rapid pace, and now the public's expectations are high for what science can deliver. It's a good thing we're in a science moment. Gobs of data are being produced, researchers are collaborating more, and the public is engaged. But is the pace of discovery keeping up with the science? Alison Snyder, …
 
Alona "Holy_Aloha" Myronenko is a popular Ukrainian streamer and talented poker player, who has won dozens of online tournaments and many final tables in live poker. Alena visited the KYIV UA Millions series, where she joined the PokerMatch team. In two years "Holy_Aloha" went from the streamer team to the ranks of ambassadors, and now a representa…
 
This is a short form episode that I've started to supplement the normal series. It's not a regular series but I intend to empower you with a bit of happiness hacks that you can incorporate in your life that I learned over the years. Subscribe to my weekly/monthly newsletter here. Host: Takatoshi Shibayama (LinkedIn | Twitter) Music: ShowNing (Websi…
 
Current political fault lines are fracturing American society as people grow farther apart from one another due to differing beliefs and opinions. We often see people we disagree with as caricatures, and think we can never reconcile our differences. Yet despite that sense of contradiction we are much closer to each other than we think. To bridge th…
 
Nataruch Vatcharayothin (Mix) joins us today with Lex Chernock to discuss the new global trend that has taken the hearts of collectors everywhere, NFT’s and the Metaverse. Mix is an NFT artist from Bangkok, Thailand who has launched two successful NFT projects, namely, Timixabie and Pigaboo. Mix has been drawing ever since she was young, bringing t…
 
Longtime food journalist Mark Bittman says America's food system needs to be reimagined so land is used fairly and well and people have access to food that promotes health, not illness. His latest book, Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal, tells the story of humankind through the lens of food. The frenzy for foo…
 
Robert M. Biter, MD is a holistic Obstetrician and Gynecologist, founder of the worldwide nonprofit Seaside Giving and CEO of Dando A Luz Birthing Center. Born In California, he graduated from Penn State College of Medicine in 1997 and has over 24 years of experience to his name. Robert became a supporter of natural birth after realizing the many i…
 
It's clear the United States isn't united right now. A Pew Research poll done before the 2020 election showed about 9 in 10 voters worried a victory by the other party would lead to lasting harm for the country. Our partisan divides aren't just endangering relationships and slowing progress in Washington, they're threatening our national security. …
 
Hungarian-born Peter RIchweisz is an award-winning cinematographer and creative director based in Phuket, Thailand. After graduating from ELTE University in Budapest where he completed his philosophy studies, Peter moved to London in 1997 to start a career in photography. With a strong background in contemporary art, he developed a unique method of…
 
This is a short form episode that I've started to supplement the normal series. It's not a regular series but I intend to empower you with a bit of happiness hacks that you can incorporate in your life that I learned over the years. Subscribe to my weekly/monthly newsletter here. Host: Takatoshi Shibayama (LinkedIn | Twitter) Music: ShowNing (Websi…
 
Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features Gayle Smith, the State Department’s coordinator for the global response to Covid-19. Watch her full conversation from the Aspen Security Forum. The talk was co-presented with the Aspen Institute Health, Medicine, and Society Program. https://www.yout…
 
Wan Issara is the managing director and face of the famous and luxurious 5-star @Sri panwa, a luxury hotel private pool villa & spa resort in Phuket Thailand. He started his journey abroad at the age of 9 where he lived, studied, and worked in countries such as England, America, and Switzerland. After majoring in Hotels and business management, Wan…
 
We try our whole lives to avoid pain and suffering and when it does show up, we try to solve it. In her new book, No Cure for Being Human, religious scholar Kate Bowler says we try to out-eat, out-learn, and out-perform our humanness. Truth is, bad things do happen to good people and if we're going to tell the truth, we need one another. As someone…
 
Energy is delivered to the body through not only the foods and liquids that we consume but also from etheric matter. In Indian terminology, our body has also an invisible body known as Pranamayokosha, and Prana (energy) is distributed from the outer world to the physical body through this energy body. When Prana energy is flowing and glowing, we fe…
 
Want to raise creative kids who learn how to think for themselves? Go easy on the rules. Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features Adam Grant, a professor of management and psychology at The Wharton School and author of The Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World. Listen to his entire …
 
Happy (early) Halloween, Starlights! This entire episode is about Halloween Kills (2021) and all of our, uh, "feelings" about it. If you haven't watched it yet, go watch it and then come give us a listen! Or don't. We aren't your parents. Follow us on Instagram @NerdtasticGalaxy and Twitter @NerdtastcGalaxy for updates! JOIN OUR DISCORD! https://di…
 
Norms in newsrooms across the United States are being upended thanks to deep polarization, a racial reckoning, and the pandemic. Hallmark journalistic traits like neutrality and objectivity are being redefined. Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR, says it's impossible to be objective, and journalists have long been advocates for the status quo. “We’ve …
 
Mike (Proper) Malott is a Canadian Welterweight MMA fighter who is heading to the UFC after a 39-second submission win on Dana White’s Contender Series. The 29-year-old from Burlington Ontario is a striking coach and fighter for Team Alpha Male in Sacramento California. After taking a hiatus from the fighting life, Malott joined the corner and beca…
 
This is a short from episode that I've started to supplement the normal series. It's not a regular series but I intend to empower you with a bit of happiness hacks that you can incorporate in your life that I learned over the years. Subscribe to my weekly/monthly newsletter here. Host: Takatoshi Shibayama (LinkedIn | Twitter) Music: ShowNing (Websi…
 
Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features astronomer Jill Tarter. She co-founded SETI, or the “Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute.” Watch her full conversation from the Aspen Ideas Festival https://www.aspenideas.org/sessions/searching-for-aliens-finding-ourselves Follow us o…
 
When President Biden expanded the nation's Child Tax Credit in March, US Senator Michael Bennet applauded the move. Bennet, a democrat from Colorado, has been working to increase support for families since he introduced the American Family Act in Congress in 2017. Now he wants to make the Credit, which pays most American families $250 or $300/child…
 
Chris Parker is the Chief Entertainment Officer for the hit YouTube channel, Retired Working For You. With over 160K subscribers, Chris Parker has been dedicated to providing fun and informative videos from Thailand. His show, Retired Working For You is all about bringing viewers closer to Thailand through creative and exciting videos that highligh…
 
This week Jay and Kay wonder what they're actually celebrating with Thanksgiving, what happened at their family dinners, and ongoing classroom challenges amidst poor administrative leadership. Follow us on Social Media: Twitter Instagram E-mail questions to: partypreppod@gmail.com Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/partyprep ★ Support this podcast …
 
What if the key to a healthier brain is as simple as getting up out of your chair? Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Listen to the full episode https://www.aspenideas.org/podcasts/building-brain-health-at-any-age Follow us on instagram.com/aspenideas Fo…
 
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Follow us on Instagram @NerdtasticGalaxy and Twitter @NerdtastcGalaxy for updates! JOIN OUR DISCORD! https://discord.gg/fNKWGs4 SUPPORT US ON PATREON! https://www.patreon.com/nerdtasticgalaxy Intro Music: Dr. Zaius by D A N K M U S https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfITAHFPUbFwCbMYrhMJJCw…
 
When you tick a box on an online privacy notice, just how much personal information are you giving away? Is the tradeoff worthwhile? When it comes to data, the relationship between companies and consumers is uneven — customers are getting a raw deal because there's no limit on what a company can collect. Whose job is it to regulate this space and b…
 
Tony Myshlyaev is an underwater photographer and freediving instructor who lives in Koh Tao, Thailand. Born In Ukraine and raised in Canada, Tony’s Love for gymnastics and skateboarding was the driving force behind a water current that led him towards a life of travel and photography. At The age of 24, he left for a backpacking journey through Sout…
 
This week Jay and Kay relay their classroom experiences on Truth & Reconciliation Day before diving into the challenges of Split Classrooms! Tune in to join the party. Follow us on Social Media: Twitter Instagram E-mail questions to: partypreppod@gmail.com Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/partyprep ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd. Watch her full conversation from the Aspen Ideas Festival https://www.aspenideas.org/sessions/the-billion-dollar-bumble-that-changed-the-dating-game-forever Follow us on instagram.com/aspenideas Follow us on…
 
Technology has changed the way we think and interact with one another, and social media platforms are intentionally engineered to be addictive and manipulative. Those messages are in the documentary "The Social Dilemma," which was created by Jeff Orlowski's filmmaking company Exposure Labs. "Big social," says Orlowski, is transforming our informati…
 
Wade Leathem is a property manager in Phuket, Thailand and is currently in the process of living completely off the grid. Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, where he also graduated from business school. Wade had his first taste for travel and adventure when he visited Thailand, here he met love as well as the party islands of South East Asia. Af…
 
This week join Jay and Kay for a bonus episode for World Teacher Day. From crayon hammer pants to airplanes in the classroom, come take a trip down memory lane of our educational pasts. Tune in to join the party. Follow us on Social Media: Twitter Instagram E-mail questions to: partypreppod@gmail.com Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/partyprep ★ S…
 
Technology was supposed to bring us together but somehow it has divided us. We have traded in convenience for human connection. We can do every daily activity while staying in the comforts of our house. Shopping can be done on Amazon, food delivery on Food Panda, exercise on Peleton or gym apps, calls on Zoom, etc. Our opinions can even be canceled…
 
How can technology be used to help people leave conspiracy movements? A technologist for Google weighs in. Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features Yasmin Green, the director of research and development for Jigsaw, a unit within Google that works to use technology to solve global security c…
 
John Hagel, author of The Journey Beyond Fear, says there's increasing fear and uncertainty in the world and it's not just from the pandemic. Competition for jobs, mounting performance pressure, and a rapidly accelerating pace of change are escalating fears, especially in the workplace. But fear exists in other places — far-flung locales few people…
 
James Donald and Nicolas Mattingly join us today to discuss the business side of the CBD and Cannabis industry within Thailand and the USA. James Donald has lived in Thailand for the past 15 years, he went to medical school in Oxford and has a background in biochemical science and human biology. He left the UK in search of better flowers right here…
 
What classrooms need now: A focus on emotional health. Quick Take is a weekly dose of ideas and insights delivered in short form. Today’s episode features Tim Shriver, chairman of the Special Olympics and founder of Unite, speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival. Watch the full conversation, produced in partnership with the Walton Family Foundation: h…
 
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