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A podcast where two roommates ask each other about all the things we should know about - but don't. You Know What I've Been Wondering? is a comedy, history, and culture podcast answering the questions you've always wanted to ask. What are the actual origins of astrology? Why is Kombucha so popular? Who are the Bird Truthers? You ask, we answer. This is the opposite of mansplaining. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support
 
This podcast is designed to help people take back control of their mind and body in high-pressure situations. We primarily focus on athletic situations usually spend time talking with athletes and coaches about how to use these tools in an athletic setting. However, we firmly believe that these are tools and skills that you will be able to use for the rest of your life in any situation or setting that causes your mind or body to get off track. Whether that is losing focus to distractions, lo ...
 
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Andy Sweet didn't walk into his high school locker room a five-star recruit or even the most talented player, but through hard work and incredible leadership over four years he was able to lead them to his high school's first football state championship. In this episode, we talk through what buying into a program looks like and how you can outwork …
 
When something bad happens, do you have a tendency to vent to other people? Do you feel the need to "get it off of your chest" when something happens to you? What if that was doing more harm than good? In this episode, Ben looks at a 2015 study that examined the effects of complaining and what you can do to most effectively move forward rather than…
 
In this episode, we take a look at research published by Virginia Tech that looks at the necessary steps or stages of change. These include: Stage One: Precontemplation Stage Two: Contemplation Stage Three: Preparation/Determination Stage Four: Action/Willpower Stage Five: Maintenance. As always, connect with us through social media or online at me…
 
Welcome back!! Today Ben and Zeke chat about Ben's book Focus Cycle: a guide to controlling your mind and body in Big Moments. Today's episode takes a look at the science behind controlling your mind and body during high-pressure situations. We all instinctively know that when an athlete begins thinking negatively, acting negatively, and speaking n…
 
Thanks for listening to Fac Dev Lounge! Subscribe to this podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes or YouTube and feel free to send us suggestions for medical education questions you'd like to have answered at dalmedicalpodcast@gmail.com. Don't forget to claim your MOC section 2 credits for this podcast. Join us in the faculty lounge next time! In this episod…
 
Thanks for listening to Fac Dev Lounge! Subscribe to this podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes or YouTube and feel free to send us suggestions for medical education questions you'd like to have answered at dalmedicalpodcast@gmail.com. Don't forget to claim your MOC section 2 credits for this podcast. Join us in the faculty lounge next time! In this episod…
 
Thanks for listening to Fac Dev Lounge! Subscribe to this podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes or YouTube and feel free to send us suggestions for medical education questions you'd like to have answered at dalmedicalpodcast@gmail.com. Don't forget to claim your MOC section 2 credits for this podcast. Join us in the faculty lounge next time! In this episod…
 
This week we sit down with the godfather of the air raid offense Hal Mumme and European Hall of Fame quarterback Stan Bedwell to talk about the impact that this style of offense has on the psyche of its players. Here is the link for https://airraidcertified.com that Hal references during the show. As always connect with us online at mentaltrainingp…
 
Your weekly reminder that there are many things in the sea that can kill you, so swim with caution this summer, folks! Jane shares facts about some of Australia's most unique, and deadly, wildlife. Sarah explains the history of Hart Island and its significance in Queer History. We want to wish a happy Pride month to all our queer friends out there.…
 
This week we chat with Matt Fitzgerald, author of How Bad Do You Want It?: Mastering the Psychology of Mind over Muscle about how to push past the perceived limits of the human body. Science has proven the body's ability to outlast our brain and Matt shares insight about how everyone from long-distance runners to golfers or football players can ben…
 
Just "hoping" you will be at your best when it matters the most isn't a strategy. This week we sit down with Jocelyn Bruch to hear how she prepares her swing, strategy, mind, and body to perform at a high level during tournament golf. Jocelyn has found that scheduling everything out not only helps her stay more organized but also helps make sure sh…
 
Jane makes many bad rune puns in this. You have been warned! This week, Jane further explains who Madame Tussaud was (but there is the devastating absence of any heads in jars). Sarah explains where runes came from and their uses. We also discuss the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 in honor of its 100th anniversary. --- Support this podcast: https://an…
 
This week we sit down with the National Coordinator of Men's Basketball Officiating J.D. Collins to talk about the mental side of refereeing one of sports biggest stages. A former Final Four referee, Collins now works with the next generation of referees to help them perform at their best in a profession that constantly places them under a microsco…
 
In our final episode of the DO HARD THINGS series, Ben takes on the very uncomfortable topic of being overweight. Ben talks about why he is going to get healthy and some goals he has set now that he has decided it is time to take action and improve this area of his life for good. Admitting and talking about your shortcomings/weaknesses is never eas…
 
Thanks for listening to Fac Dev Lounge! Subscribe to this podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes or YouTube and feel free to send us suggestions for medical education questions you'd like to have answered at dalmedicalpodcast@gmail.com. Don't forget to claim your MOC section 2 credits for this podcast. Join us in the faculty lounge next time! In this episod…
 
We did not intentionally rhyme our topics, we promise. This week, Jane explains the origins of May Day. Sarah discusses a popular theory on JonBenet Ramsey's murder. We also have a long chat on pop culture and gender. CW: violence against children, death, sexual assault. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support…
 
In this week's episode, we continue looking at our topic of doing hard things and sit down with Matt Comer to chat about his journey at the Grand Canyon. Millions of people visit the Grand Canyon each year. A very small percentage hike down into it. A much smaller percentage go rim to rim. An even smaller percentage go rim to rim and then back, and…
 
Thanks for listening to Fac Dev Lounge! Subscribe to this podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes or YouTube and feel free to send us suggestions for medical education questions you'd like to have answered at dalmedicalpodcast@gmail.com. Don't forget to claim your MOC section 2 credits for this podcast. Join us in the faculty lounge next time! In this episod…
 
Emus may be flightless but this episode is taking off! This week, Jane explains the developments of the imperial and metric systems. Sarah tells the story of the Great Emu War of Western Australia. If you see an emu in the wild, please do not approach. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support…
 
In this week's episode, I sit down with my wife to discuss how she uses some of the tools we discuss on the podcast in her own life. We cover dealing with our own children, students at school, tough conversations with other parents, helping teachers, and more as you get an inside look at what this looks like in our own home. Connect with us online …
 
CW: dieting, food. Sarah apologizes for the weird scratching noises over her mic, not sure what was going on there, and overall we're just unhinged. But that's what makes it more fun! This week, Jane explains how we know the nutritional information of certain foods. Sarah explains the Hollow Earth conspiracy. We also play a game! --- Support this p…
 
This week we sit down with Notre Dame special teams coordinator and associate head coach Brian Polian. Coach Polian grew up around the game of football and has spent most of his life as a player or coach of the game. In his new book, he dives into the major differences between the newest generation of players and how parents and coaches can better …
 
Anti-Asian Hate in this country is not new - in fact, it's foundational to our treatment of immigrants in this country. This week, Jane explains the Chinese Exclusion Act and its impact on immigration law. Sarah shares the story of the 442nd Infantry Regiment. Plus, a brief discussion of Georgia's new voting law. --- Support this podcast: https://a…
 
In today's world of social media, opinions are all over the place. How do you know who you should listen to? What do you do when negative comments are thrown your way? In this episode we look at: Is the opinion coming from below? Because sometimes, the loudest opinions come from the cheapest seats. Is it to build or destroy? Sometimes we need to li…
 
Today's episode is a deeper look into some of the science behind: How focus affects performance. How self-talk impacts performance. How your body reacts to pressure situations. How emotions are generated What YOU can do to take back control! Connect with us or learn more at mentaltrainingplan.comBy Mental Training Plan
 
Thank you so much for a startling ONE HUNDRED EPISODES! We're honored to have been providing useless information for two years. This week, Jane redeems herself on our favorite pop culture topic: Larry Stylinson. Sarah shares the story of her favorite Italian artist, Artemisia Gentileschi. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/su…
 
Episode 6 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring a reflection of the past year and a reading of the names of everybody who we've lost in the past year. In Memoriam: Britt Norm Shawn Ashley Erin Tara Travis Robyn Terry John Stephan Todd Joanne Bobby Alex Toby Liza Christina Vicky Ron Donna Tyler Stephan Colin David Michael Ryan Erin …
 
Episode 5 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring a panel discussion about the difficulties of homelessness. The Harm Reduction Symposium will bring together many stakeholders to raise awareness, educate, and enhance harm reduction collaboration. CALL TO ACTION: As a community, it is our responsibility to improve the lives of those i…
 
Episode 4 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring a talk (and a poem) from Matt Bonn as well as a panel discussion about lessons learned through the first wave of COVID-19. You Can't Buy Time: Time's up, too many people have died. Time's up, we cannot pretend like we don't know why! Time's up, we need a safe supply! Time's up, withou…
 
Episode 3 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring a talk from Michael S. Silverman, MD about endocarditis in people who inject drugs. The Harm Reduction Symposium will bring together many stakeholders to raise awareness, educate, and enhance harm reduction collaboration. CALL TO ACTION: As a community, it is our responsibility to imp…
 
Episode 2 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring an introduction to the River Stone Recovery Centre from Sara Davidson, MD. The Harm Reduction Symposium will bring together many stakeholders to raise awareness, educate, and enhance harm reduction collaboration. CALL TO ACTION: As a community, it is our responsibility to improve the …
 
Episode 1 of the third annual Harm Reduction Symposium featuring a territorial acknowledgment and a story from South West Nova Scotia. The Harm Reduction Symposium will bring together many stakeholders to raise awareness, educate, and enhance harm reduction collaboration. CALL TO ACTION: As a community, it is our responsibility to improve the lives…
 
Today's episode is all about taking action. We want to avoid: Getting stuck gathering information. Being a perpetual planner. Waiting for things to be perfect or to "FEEL" ready. Worrying about other people's opinion. Fearing failure. Contact us at mentaltrainingplan.comBy Mental Training Plan
 
In honor of National Women's Month, we would like to highlight the accomplishments of women in STEM fields, including the woman that completed the Brooklyn Bridge! This week, Jane shares the tragic story that accompanies the building of the Brooklyn Bridge. Sarah highlights some incredible female scientists from past and present. And, this is Episo…
 
Brett Ledbetter is a consultant, author, speaker, and co-founder of the What Drives Winning Conference. He is the author of 4 books including his newest What Drives Winning Environments. His work focuses on Character Development, Behavior Management, and Priority Alignment. We are also joined by Becky Burleigh who is the head women's soccer coach a…
 
This week's episode is filled with some characters and surprising shenanigans! Jane shares the often over-simplified story of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping and Sarah explains the revenge of the forty-seven rōnin. Content warning for discussion of suicide and violence against children. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/suppor…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down to chat with Staff Sergeant Middleton who is currently a recruiter for the US Marine Corps. We discuss what it looks like to prepare young Marines for pressure performance, as well as how this can be carried over into training younger athletes. Contact us or learn more at mentaltrainingplan.com…
 
March hit me baby, one more time. This week, Jane gives an update on Britney Spears's conservatorship and we discuss the cancellation of Dr. Seuss. Sarah explains the evolution of marriage proposals and the institution of marriage worldwide. Content Warning: we do get into a discussion of child marriage, forced marriage, and sexual violence. --- Su…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down to chat with the national & Big Ten football coach of the year Tom Allen from Indiana University to talk about how he has integrated LOVE as one of the pillars of his program. Coach Allen has improved the culture and level of success at every high school and college program he has been part of and Indiana Univers…
 
This week, Jane explains the surprising origins of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Sarah explains why the guillotine was created, and the ultimate impact of capital punishment. CW: Violence, death, suicide, brutality. For more information on the case against the death penalty, please visit the ACLU's or Amnesty International's website. …
 
How do you develop an elite mindset in all of your players so that you can shape your team's culture into one that wins championships? Chris Creighton has been successful at every level of football that he has ever coached at and is currently in the middle of the biggest program turnaround in school history at Eastern Michigan. In this week's episo…
 
This episode is not about a conspiracy theory that Serena and Venus Williams are mermaids, but if that is a conspiracy, please let us know! This week, Jane explains how Serena and Venus became two of the best athletes in the world. Sarah shares some lore about mermaids and how their legend all began. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwi…
 
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