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Join Sport Psychologist, Dan Abrahams, on The Sport Psych Show as he aims to demystify sport psychology for players, coaches and parents by speaking with some of the most influential people in sports performance today. Dan is on a mission to learn more about how sport psychology philosophies, tools and techniques positively impact participation, progression and performance in sport. He wants to learn more about how to drive participation – what motivational tools engage players and inspire p ...
 
Want to become better than most people at most things? Then the Pat Flynn Show is for you. Listen in, and learn: - How to Master The Pat Flynn Philosophy of Generalism—or why it’s better to be better at many things, not best at just one. From there, how to combine abilities to create a competitive advantage at anything you could want—a tactic known as “skill stacking.” - Obtain Knowledge Fast, Learn Any Skill Quickly—Discover the 5 Generalist principles for ultra-efficient practice sessions ...
 
Fantasy and science-fiction illustrators Micah Epstein and Tommy Arnold team up to talk about illustration and artistic development in this bi-monthly podcast. This is a podcast for illustrators, by illustrators. We don’t believe in anything except trying to get better and be happier, by any means necessary. Dignity optional.
 
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I speak to BPS Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist and HCPC Practitioner Psychologist, Dr Bryan McCann in this episode. Bryan is a lecturer in Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. He is an active researcher interested in a range of sport and exercise psychology topics, in particular the social influences on motivation in sport and exe…
 
I’m delighted to speak to Dr Matthew Schweickle in this week’s episode. Matt is a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Wollongong. Matt’s particular area of interest is clutch performances and the psychology of what is happening during clutch performances when people are performing well under pressure. We discuss in detail a fascin…
 
Pat and Jim use the occasion of receiving the Word on Fire Bible to discuss the necessity of biblical literacy to understand Western civilization, art, and culture. They also consider the need to have a grasp on biblical ideas in order to understand sophisticated critiques of Christianity, such as Nietzsche's genealogy. They also discuss the import…
 
Pat and Jim are hosted by John DeRosa, of the Classical Theism podcast, to discuss theism vs. atheism, metaphysical reasoning, cumulative case apologetics, and more. Some related content: Jim and I discussing (philosophical) reasons to believe in God: https://youtu.be/gM1tqMOFDuw My series at Catholic Answers wrt cumulative case apologetics: https:…
 
I’m delighted to welcome back licensed clinical psychologist and sport psychologist, Dr Scott Goldman in this episode. Scott started out at the University of Arizona where was one of the first embedded sport psychologists in an athletic department. He has since served as a clinical and performance psychologist for the University of Michigan and Sai…
 
Pat and Jim continue their series on Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz's On The Ultimate Origination of Things, which presents an argument for the existence of God based upon the principle of sufficient reason applied to contingent things. What is the argument, exactly? And does it still hold up today? Leibniz's response to the problem of evil will be expl…
 
Pat and Jim continue their series on Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz's On The Ultimate Origination of Things, which presents an argument for the existence of God based upon the principle of sufficient reason applied to contingent things. What is the argument, exactly? And does it still hold up today? Leibniz's response to the problem of evil will be expl…
 
Dr. Edoardo Carlesi (astrophysicist) and Dr. Jim Madden (philosophy) join Pat to discuss how people can decide between experts that disagree (particularly wrt to the current political situation... you know what that is), and whether conspiratorial thinking is ever reasonable.
 
Pat and Jim begin a series on Liebniz's famous text On The Ultimate Origination of Things, which includes his famous argument from contingency for the existence of God, as well as his defense against the problem of evil. Please visit our new website at http://www.philosophyforthepeople.com And please subscribe to our Philosophy for the People Youtu…
 
I speak with Dr Amy Whitehead and Jenny Coe in this episode. Amy is a Reader in Sport Psychology and Coaching and teaches across the Sport Coaching, Physical Education and Sport Psychology programmes at Liverpool John Moores University. Amy is a BPS accredited sport and exercise psychologist and has worked for organisations such as St. Helen’s RFC,…
 
Sarah Busse, owner of MagadeleneDesignco.com, jumped headfirst into the world of homesteading after moving from the twin cities to "Middle of Nowhere" Wisconsin. She joins the podcast to discuss what led her to a life of homesteading, practical tips for getting started, and how anybody can begin homesteading in their own small ways.…
 
I speak with Dr Oliver Runswick in this episode. Ollie is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Performance Psychology at King's College London. His research focuses on understanding and enhancing learning and performance in domains including sport, dance, education, and the military. Prior to joining King’s Ollie worked as a Senior Lecturer in Sport…
 
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