Best Self defeating Behaviors podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Why we procrastinate and what we can do about it.
 
Inner Guide Empowerment is a Heart-centered, Purpose-driven show to bring healing and positive energy to individuals and communities throughout the world. The show is hosted by Brad Simkins, MA, LCMC. Inner Guide Empowerment is more than a radio show... we are creating a radio community, for people to come every week to find inspiration, healing, enlightenment, and to increase the tools in their toolbox. When Brad decided to start up this radio show, it was really clear to him that there was ...
 
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An interview with Mr. Bhavin Prajapati who discusses "getting stuck" with his M.A. thesis and the journey he took to both understand why he was procrastinating and what to do about it. You might be interested in reading a post that Bhavin wrote that summarizes at least part of this journey. To learn more about procrastination and our research, ...…
 
The insidious American Hologram, and how it influences recovery. ?Brief Overview of the Episode ??This episode is mainly about two things: an apology for the long ?gap in these podcasts, and the American Hologram. We all tend to measure ourselves by criteria that aren't even real any longer, and it's universally harmfull, but especially so to t ...…
 
An interview with Scott Taylor who completed his undergraduate honours thesis at Carleton University. Scott studied the relations between ADHD, Executive Function and procrastination. His research is the most recent and the most rigorous study in the area. Scott explains his research and the findings, but perhaps more importantly he reflects on ...…
 
?Brief Overview of the Episode ??In this episode I tell the story of the events that precipitated my own decision to quit drinking, and some of the concerns I had. I then suggest a couple of exercises for those still in the contemplation stage of the stages of change. In this episode I tell the story of the events that precipitated my own decis ...…
 
?Brief Overview of the Episode ??Why should we have to plan for the change process? Why can't we just charge ahead and take things as they come? How do we go about planning for change, what is the process, and how do we decide what specific changes to make? These are the questions I answer in this brief but important podcast episode. ?In part o ...…
 
?Brief Overview of the Episode ??In this episode I discuss the Stages of Change as developed by James Prochaska and Carlo DiClemente. While not everyone passes through all of the stages, it still provides at least something of a road map to guide us through the recovery process. Briefly, they are: Precontemplation Contemplation Preparation Acti ...…
 
?Brief Overview of the Episode ??This episode provides a foundation of how learning, especially addictive learning is accomplished by our brain's neuroplasticity without any direction from us. As we move about our environment, we change over time, we can't help it. We can't help it, but we CAN direct it, and that's what this session is about. T ...…
 
?Brief Overview of the Episode ?This is very much an introductory episode to the Recovery in Chaos podcast. In it, I explain why I named the podcast as I did, and a bit about my background and journey in recovery. I also explain what the word "recovery" means, in a clinical sense. I forgot to mention in the episode that I have released ?Thinkin ...…
 
An interview with a first-year college student who went from procrastinator in high school to a productive, A+ student in college. Listen to how this happened. To learn more about procrastination and our research, see procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at mattweidinger.com…
 
An interview with Dr. Fuschia Sirois (University of Sheffield) about her recently published meta-analysis relating perfectionism to procrastination. Fuschia sets the record straight by summarizing the research literature which shows how perfectionism relates to procrastination. Reference Sirois, F.M., Molnar, D.S., & Hirsch, J.K. (2017). A meta ...…
 
An interview with Shane Littrell of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga about his procrastination research. Shane helps us understand the complex interplay of person and situation that influence our procrastination. To learn more, see procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at mattweidi ...…
 
An interview with Adrian Meier (Department of Communications, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany) about the predictors of using Facebook for procrastination and its effects on students' well-being. Here's a blog post on this topic, and below that is the reference to the published study. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/dont-delay ...…
 
A chat with Shamarukh Chowdhury about her research on active procrastination. Together, we clarify the concept of procrastination and do a little "myth busting" around the concept of active procrastination; a concept that we call an oxymoron that may be better understood as two types of delay - it's not "procrastination" at all. Here's an earli ...…
 
An interview with the psychologist Dr. Frédérick Dionne about Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. Frédérick references the following website for more information: Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. Want to learn more about procrastination? procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at ma ...…
 
Some reflections on what to do when you don't feel like doing what you know you should be doing. Want to learn more about procrastination? procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at mattweidinger.com
 
An interview with Mohsen Haghbin about his doctoral research that defined six types of delay, only two of which are procrastination. This is an important new series of studies that help us conceptualize delay in our lives. Want to learn more about procrastination? procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - che ...…
 
An interview with Sarah Kohler (University of Muenster, Germany) on media use, escapism and procrastination. Sarah presents the results of one of her studies and explains how media provides escape in our lives. She argues that some of this escape, but not all, may be considered procrastination. Given the ubiquity of media in our lives, this is ...…
 
An interview with Eve-Marie Blouin-Hudon (Carleton University) about her research on how imagining future self through guided meditation can decrease procrastination. Want to learn more about procrastination? procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at mattweidinger.com…
 
An interview with Dr. Clarry Lay (Emeritus, York University) author of Procrastinators (and Others) Can Still Get to Heaven: A Guide to Directed Everyday Living. We discuss the importance of goals, identifying prescribed behaviors to meet these goals and the centrality of our obligation to the scheduling of these behaviors in order to fulfill o ...…
 
Do you ever clean the house, a desk, your garage, whatever instead of doing a more important task? You're not alone. One of our latest research projects helps us understand why we make this choice. Want to learn more about procrastination? procrastination.ca The closing song is by singer, songwriter Matt Weidinger - check him out at mattweiding ...…
 
Progress Not Perfection (PNP) is the name of a podcast hosted by Alen Standish. PNP is an audio podcast where Alen talks with others about perfectionism, procrastination, shame, anxiety and self-judgement as they try to overcome challenges such as eating disorders, reaching ideal health, meeting lifelong goals, creating works of art or becoming ...…
 
Procrastinating today means more work later. Ah, but that's future self's problem, right? Oops, future self is still me, and that's one reason why we consider procrastination a self-defeating strategy. In this episode, I interview Eve-Marie Blouin-Hudon about her research relating present self to future self, the notion of self-continuity and h ...…
 
Commit to Win is the title of Dr. Heidi Reeder's new book, where she explains how to harness the four elements of commitment to reach our goals. In this podcast, Heidi summarizes key points from her research. Heidi is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at Boise State University where she specializes in the study of gender ...…
 
An interview with Dr. Joel Anderson, philosopher, researcher and lecturer Universiteit Utrecht in the Netherlands. Joel explains the research that has come out of the Utrecht research group - Promoting Effective Intentions: Volitional Scaffolding, Implementation Intentions, and Bedtime Procrastination - on bedtime procrastination. He introduces ...…
 
Meditation and procrastination? Ah, maybe tomorrow you say. When you do get a minute, check out this conversation with Tony Stubblebine from lift.do. Tony and his team have added new free resources on how to meditate at lift.do/meditation. We talk about why they have done this, and then we launch into a wide-ranging conversation about the relat ...…
 
Can you imagine experimenting for a year on how to be most productive? Well, Christopher Bailey is doing just that with his ayearofproductivity.com project. Chris contacted me to talk about procrastination. He agreed to make the interview into a podcast, so I got to turn the table on him and interview him about his project as well. So, this pod ...…
 
A short interview with the New York Times journalist and author, Charles Duhigg, about habits and procrastination. As in his book, Charles distills a wealth of information about habits based on the latest research in this brief discussion. Charles also has some important things to say about how to find alternatives to the procrastination habit. ...…
 
An interview with Michael Bromley from school4schools.com He designed and runs the A+ club where tutors encourage students to reflect on their responsibilities, needs and goals, and then the tutors help them stay on track and get it done. The focus of our discussion was how to help students with the procrastination that is still possible when t ...…
 
Advantages, disadvantages and "best practices" for to-do lists. I use one constantly. It's not a cure-all for procrastination or for making goal pursuit more successful, but this simple tool is worth talking about. It's worth trying if you haven't really embraced the power of a plan. Want to learn more? Check out procrastination.ca Like the clo ...…
 
Learn why making implementation intentions within specific events is more effective. Incredible, but true, I've finally returned to the microphone. In this episode, I explain how I beat my own potential procrastination today and got this podcast recorded and posted. I also present an answer to a listener's question about goal commitment. Spur m ...…
 
Here's an interview with Jeffrey Robinson from Student Learning Serrvices at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Jeffrey provides thoughtful reflections on how he helps students develop their own sense of agency and reduce procrastination. We discuss so much that will interest anyone who struggles with procrastination; it's certainly not l ...…
 
"Build better habits. Change your life" - This is the motto on the homepage for Lift. Lift is a new tool (online and as an app) that helps you to develop new habits and to achieve your goals. In this podcast, I interview the CEO and co-founder of Lift, Tony Stubblebine. New to the podcast? Learn more about procrastination at procrastination.ca ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why your second toe is longer than your big toe? Or why you have a very tiny little toe? Maybe you have bunions, blisters or calluses – everything means something. These are signs your subconscious is trying to use to communicate with you!! Your beliefs and past experiences travel from your subconscious down your energy m ...…
 
Dr. Pychyl is interviewed by podcaster and blogger, Evan Brand of notjustpaleo.com. Evan reaches out to health experts, entrepeneurs and doctors about health and wellness. Today, we discuss procrastination, goal pursuit and their relation to happiness. New to the podcast? Check out procrastination.ca I close the podcast with a song entitled, "P ...…
 
The ancient world of shamanic practices - of drumming, multi-dimensional travel, and connection with plant and animal allies - has just collided with the latest developments in neuroscience. And every spark from this awesome collision can help light the path to your awakening, to your purpose. Francis Rico will share three simple practices from ...…
 
You’ll want to tune into this show and listen as Allie share’s with you why forgiveness is a simple act yet a profoundly powerful tool to creating a life that is fully abundant and meaningful. Allie has lived a life that most people cannot begin to comprehend. Approaching the topics of rape, battered wife syndrome, parental abuse, marriage, mot ...…
 
This Tuesday is our monthly community fireside chat with you, our listeners. Join us as we reflect on the wonderful guests we have had in April, and what an amazing month we had. We discussed how to transform our mind, body and soul with Deirdre Abrami, Then we discussed coming back to authenticity with April Ritchey, and then last week, we had ...…
 
At a physical level color stimulates and suppresses our organs, hormones and nervous system. This can impact on health and state of mind. As color enters the body as a vibration it passes through the Aura body first. Color can be used in times of challenge to restore balance. People’s attractions and repulsions to particular colors can say a lo ...…
 
How do we know when we are truly who we are? What does it mean to lose ourselves? How do we return to most authentic self? April Ritchey has traveled through the hills and valleys of losing herself by inauthentic pursuits and relationships until it all came to a head in 2010 when a spiritual awakening forced her to face the truth. This she need ...…
 
Anxiety, inertia, boredom . . . a graduate student provides insight into her challenges and her successful strategies for staying focused and getting her work done. This is an engaging interview with a graduate student who explains how she manages her own liabilities while harnessing her motivation to succeed. My comments highlight how research ...…
 
Deirdre Abrami is a 6th generation psychic intuitive healer who is a internationally known spiritual teacher, counselor & former radio show host. After her near death experience in 2003 her passion became her purpose. Today she offers private psychic intuitive readings, group readings, psychic development courses, workshops & conferences. Deird ...…
 
We really are the Creators of our own realities! Learn how harnessing the power of your mind can create a life you truly desire! What's stopping you from having everything you choose? We are only limited by our beliefs and by what we will allow ourselves to be, do or have. It's estimated that the subconscious mind accounts for more than 90% of ...…
 
Karena will take you on a tour of where you are holding resistances in your physical body, and how these blocks are the only obstacles holding you back from living a life full of miracles. The power of love is the truth, and light is the prevailing force of the universe. Our hearts know this, and our eyes can see the beauty in all things that g ...…
 
Imagine experiencing inexplicable phenomena: You know the phone is going to ring beforeyou hear it. You can feel your friend's emotions as you stand near her. You awaken every night at 4 a.m., feeling like you need to do something—but you don't know what it is. You see a kind of halo around your professor's head as he lectures to your class. Yo ...…
 
Karen invites you to embrace the classroom we call Earth and get to know why you are truly here in this lifetime. One way to achieve this is through remembering a past life. Unexplained emotions bottled inside of us can stem from past lives. These repressed emotions can cause concerns (like pain, fear, etc.) in your current life. Once released, ...…
 
Tonight, we are going to have another community fireside chat with you our listeners. Join us as we reflect on the wonderful guests we have had in March, and what you gained from our discussions. What has been your best memories of February, and what pearls of wisdom have you gained ? We are really enjoying creating an interactive forum, and we ...…
 
Part of freeing ourselves from our conditioning is bringing awareness to it, naming it and understanding the ways in which it is controlling our lives. Often we take the side of our conditioning, actively participating in and defending what is holding us back, ironically enough. It often requires the allowance of unpleasant emotions to come up, ...…
 
The ancient world of shamanic drumming, smoke and mirrors has just collided with the latest developments in neuroplasticity - and every spark you can gather from this awesome collision will help light the path to your awakening and purpose. The “practical dreamers” of our species - the shaman, have long anticipated these incredible times of tra ...…
 
Your energetic field can attract or repel, so how do you make sure your vibration attracts what you want in life? Colby Wilk, spiritual and theta healer in this interview will share methods to assist you to shift your energetic field to improve your mood, outlook and health. Better your circumstances by moving beyond long-standing emotional blo ...…
 
An interview with Dr. Fuschia Sirois about how self-compassion plays a role in the relation between procrastination and stress. Self-compassion involves taking a kind, compassionate and accepting stance towards oneself in instances of suffering due to forces beyond one's control as well as when suffering is due to personal failings. Dr. Sirois' ...…
 
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