Best Positive Pyschology podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Start using NLP skills to enhancing your communication, performance and relationships. Simply and practically explained by NLP author Phil Parker
 
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Phil introduces some ideas to help your body recover from illness Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to … Continue reading →By jmp.
 
Phil looks at some fascinating research into hopefulness and helplessness Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to the … Continue reading →By jmp.
 
Phil looks at some fascinating research into placebos Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to the podcast in … Continue reading →By jmp.
 
Feeling down, or know someone who is, then this will help. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to … Continue reading →By jmp.
 
Feeling down, or know someone who is, then this will help. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to … Continue reading →By jmp.
 
I'm working on my voice and I wanted to post some videos of my progress. So here is the first. The Devil's Tears by Angus and Julia Stone.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I always hear people say life is supposed to be hard. But is that true? I know that life is hard sometimes. But does it have to be? What if we expected to succeed a little more than expecting to fail?By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I had some more thoughts and realizations about vulnerability that I wanted to share. I've learned a lot, but I've still got a lot to learn.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I think I've always misunderstood humility. I used to think it was about putting myself down. Putting everyone else above myself. But I don't believe that anymore.Website: http://joshthemormon.comBy josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
Want to be at your best when performing, or at work or home. Then check this podcast out Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
A lot of people love competition and think it brings out the best in people. It may drive people to achieve, but I think it's mostly unhealthy psychologically. We can still achieve greatness without competing with each other. Website: http://joshthemormon.comBy josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
Sometimes it's hard to feel God's love for you. But it's not because He doesn't love you. It might be because you don't believe He loves you. Or that you don't believe you deserve His love and are therefore rejecting it. God can't force us to accept His love. We have to be willing.Website: http://joshthemormon.com…
 
Great approach to stop arguments and conflicts. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to the podcast in iTunes. … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Do Mormons believe that they are saved by grace? Of course! But there has been some confusion, even from Mormons themselves, about this topic at times. I thought I would make a video talking about the Mormon perspective on grace and explain where the confusion comes from.Website: http://joshthemormon.com…
 
"Until you let go of the idea that happiness is somewhere else, it will never be where you are." - Robert HoldenNobody can make you happy. If you are waiting for someone or something else to make you happy, it will never last. Happiness comes from letting the moment be enough. Letting what you have and what you are right now in this moment be e ...…
 
When you want to be happy, you have to be willing to change the way you think about yourself and about life. You have to be willing to feel differently. And sometimes that's harder than you think.Website: http://joshthemormon.comBy josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
How to excel at giving difficult feedback- and not ruin relationships at the same time. The skills of 3 point communication. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Focus on building what you want in your life instead of fighting what you don't. That is the secret to change.Website: http://joshthemormon.comBy josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
"Comparison is the thief of joy." - Theodore RooseveltStop comparing yourself to everyone else! Stop looking for your self worth in how you compare to everyone else! You don't need more followers or more likes or more retweets. Look inside of you this moment because your worth comes from your identity. You are a human being and a child of God. ...…
 
I have noticed that so many of my thoughts throughout the day come from a feeling of fear. I get worried that I won't say the right thing, so I have practice conversations constantly. Trying to find the right thing to say so that when the time comes, I won't sound stupid. So that I can make people like me.In this video I talk about mindfulness ...…
 
Jim Carrey says that love and fear are the only emotions and that every other feeling comes from one of them. I think that is true. It's so valuable to understand that because it helps us understand why people do the things they do. It also helps us understand ourselves and helps us be compassionate to ourselves. It also helps us make changes i ...…
 
There is a difference between comfort zones and personality. Some things are comfort zones and it's okay to get out of those and grow and improve. But some things are personality and it's okay to accept yourself for your personality and support yourself as you are! Website: http://joshthemormon.comBy josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
What we focus on creates our feelings and our feelings create our behavior. So stop tearing yourself down and creating negative, doubtful feelings within yourself! Focus on success. Build yourself up! Remember that you are unconditionally loved and lovable! Let yourself have success and have love. It's okay for you to succeed and be happy. So s ...…
 
When people say just do your best, it's meant to take the stress of perfectionism away. But it doesn't really. Because it's too hard to measure what OUR best is. So we just end up trying to be perfect anyway. So I like to say just try to give a sincere effort. Try sincerely to do a good job. To me that is more valuable. It's so much more impact ...…
 
I have been on a healing journey for a few years now. Trying to learn and grow and heal from anxiety and depression. It has been really hard. But I have improved a lot. Healing isn't linear. It takes time and it's up and down. Two steps forward, one step back. Sometimes it's a thousand steps back. Or it feels like it. But if you keep going, you ...…
 
In my healing process, I have become a big believer in not repressing feelings. Feeling them. Letting them have a voice and acknowledging them. But I also have learned that it's not enough to just feel them. You have to feel love THROUGH them. That's the only way to resolve them and let them go. Otherwise it's easy to just stay in them.Website: ...…
 
Meditation is so good for you. But it can be REALLY hard for a lot of people, myself included! I have been practicing meditation for years but I struggle with it quite often. Here are some of my thoughts about why it's hard.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I'm learning how to be willing to accept grace. To accept happiness and hope and love even when I feel like I don't deserve it. And it is changing my outlook. It is helping me heal from anxiety and depression. And it leads me to act better and be more impactful in a positive way.website: joshthemormon.com…
 
True vulnerability requires more than simply talking about all your flaws and imperfections and issues. It requires a self-acceptance and a self-love through those imperfections. A lot of us talk about how bad our life is going but nothing ever gets any better because we aren't being truly vulnerable. We don't love and accept ourselves complete ...…
 
This is a piece I wrote a few days ago. It's about how we get so critical of ourselves. Especially when we are trying to do something expressive. Something vulnerable. We constantly feel like we aren't good enough. But we are. YOU are. Whatever you create and whatever you try, if your effort is sincere, is good enough. Let your voice be heard a ...…
 
I have been thinking about hope a lot lately. There is always hope for each of us. ALWAYS. And it is the feeling of hope that carries us through our challenges. If you don't feel hope, realize that it comes from your belief. Believe that you can succeed. Because you can. You can do anything. Literally anything.Scriptures mentioned:Hebrews 11:1 ...…
 
I saw The Greatest Showman recently and LOVED it! Here is my review and some thoughts I had about it:)By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I think so many people struggle with feelings of inadequacy. So many feel like they just aren't good enough. But your worthiness for love and connection and happiness is determined by your identity, not your ability. You are ALWAYS good enough for love.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I think there is a fine line between vulnerability and oversharing. It's easy to try to force connection and earn self-worth by sharing more than other people have earned from us. That can be damaging to our emotional health. Social media can be a great tool for connection and sharing. But it's a good idea to find some boundaries and honor thos ...…
 
My purpose with this vlog is to connect with people. I haven't always been very good at that. I'm trying to get better.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
I started a vlog. Here’s episode 1.By josh@joshthemormon.com (Josh Putnam).
 
How words, and their secret history, display what we are thinking and how we feel Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Phil, Fiona Finch and Amanda Ashley, NLP and LP practitioners discuss how we can shift beliefs and see the world differently Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
When you make changes not everyone is always cool with it- how to spot the wolves and move through it Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
What is flourishing, a buzz word in positive psychology, and how can we have more of it? Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Find out how to attend FREE seminars on beating addictions, or a tendency to drink to much. Phil also covers how recognise and break habits, in part 1 of this section on addictions. www.trplife.com Buy the rest of the … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
What is your inner coach doing? Is it a motivator or a monster? This episode is a recording of a section of Phil’s NLP and Coaching Life Skills seminars. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
What are the key elements of great coaching. This episode is a recording of a section of Phil’s NLP and Coaching Life Skills seminars. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
This episode looks at how you can begin to use simple NLP tools to change how you feel about learning. It considers dyslexia and how to get in the best state for studying Buy the rest of the … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
This time of year brings all sorts of joys and sometimes; overwhelmed by planing, present buying, food, drink or people you’d rather not spend that much time with… luckily Phil has some great solutions to have a great Christmas. There’s … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Triggers are when people or situations appear to cause us to feel a particular way, such as: angry, guilty, stressed, upset etc In this 30 minute seminar Phil talks about triggers and how to break those patterns. Buy … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Phil introduces the most important question in the world Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to listen to the … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Phil discusses how to deal with difficult people easily and compassionately Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know by reviewing it on iTunes! Click here to … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Phil discusses some amazing research; how words link to health and the links between Positive Psychology and NLP. Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others know … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
Phil discusses how to use NLP to communicate with people who have a different way of looking at the world Buy the rest of the series from the iTunes store. If you like the podcast, let others … Continue reading →By Phil Parker.
 
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