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Hosted by Dr Aniqa and Dr Taiba. Join their journey as they share their experiences navigating life through various lenses. Being female, South Asian, Muslim, hijabis, Doctors, GP’s, sisters and friends, they challenge each other by divulging into the conversations they feel we need to be talking more about as a community! They touch on various topics relating to the medical world, physical and mental health, lifestyle, culture, social issues and taboos! Trying to spread positivity with each ...
 
Stethoscope is a 'Blueprint Health' series based out of the ‘The Farm’ coworking space in Soho New York City. Each month, Blueprint Health invites thought leaders to brainstorm around the future of the health-related topics: eg, future of pharmacy, future of proactive health. The main idea is not to talk about where we've been or what we've done, but rather to provoke thought and improvised discussions around what 'could' happen in the future of those health topics. Each conversation is mode ...
 
How is it that two opposites can share the same brain? Pete, from Melbourne, Australia, Jen, from New York City, USA. Pete, at 6”7’, Jen, at 5”1”. Pete, the human periscope, Jen, the human stethoscope. Pete, the millennial, Jen, the Gen-X. Pete, at inbox zero, Jen, at inbox chaos. Pete, who wears jumpers, Jen, who wears sweaters. The Long and The Short Of It is a product of these differences. It’s a weekly podcast for curious folks ready to explore the art and science of being human from eve ...
 
Here are two gemlike novellas in one volume, written in May Sinclair’s clearest and cleverest prose and exploring the many ways in which a woman can be held captive, held back from the “intoxication of freedom.” In “The Cosmopolitan,” Frida Tancred is a wealthy heiress trapped by family obligation in a dismal provincial estate, hopelessly longing to see all the glories of the world and with no way of escape but the conventional one of marriage. In “Superseded,” spinsterish Miss Juliana Quinc ...
 
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Favorite quotes of the episode: “Happiness for me is an inside job.” “I decided to become a lawyer because I have an advocate’s heart.” “This is a way to advocate for people’s rights, this is a way to get justice.” “We have an immigration system that needs to be overhauled, it’s long past due and we are in unprecedented times. The immigration law w…
 
This week, Jen and Pete unpack their favorite things since quarantine began. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about their favorite: Fiction book. Non-fiction book. Binge. Documentary. Question. Podcast episode. Unnecessary purchase. Video. To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: http…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Two people in a relationship with different attachment styles is like playing a board game with two different sets of rules.” “This isn’t a diagnosis, it’s a subconscious set of rules we have for relating.” “Our attachment style can always change, it’s reprogrammable through new neural pathways.” “The subconscious i…
 
Pete tells Jen a story from grade two, and the two unpack the possibilities of a story told with empathy, with the goal of enrolling someone in change. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might a story be a powerful way to create change? In what ways might one create agency and enrollment through storytelling? How might empat…
 
Favorite quote of the episode: “Having made a difference in the world that lasts outside of yourself, to me, that’s success.” Episode Overview In this episode, I talk with Dr. Louise Rasmussen, co-founder and principal scientist at Global Cognition, a company that aims to advance cultural competence in demanding environments through research, train…
 
Jen and Pete noodle on the meaning and pitfalls of the popular phrase: "Just cross that bridge when you get to it." Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does "cross that bridge when you get to it" even mean? Might this phrase be used to in order to hide, or avoid emotional labor? How might one prepare for a bridge (or obstacl…
 
Dr Aniqa and Dr Taiba shed light on the current Coronavirus pandemic, why it’s so dangerous, and their reflections on the past few months during lockdown. They also share thoughts on the issues raised by the Public Health England document ‘Beyond the data: Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on BAME groups’ published in June 2020 which aims to exp…
 
This week, I talk with John Stoj about personal finance around navigating life, career transitions, and being a stay at home dad! We discuss how to find a personal investor and the questions to ask in order to keep more of your money in your pocket. Favorite quotes of the episode: “The first question you should ask is, ‘How are you paid?’ Something…
 
This week, Jen and Pete noodle on the different forms that time capsules can take, and what their purpose might be. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What even is a time capsule? For what purpose might a time capsule be used? How might a time capsule be an important source of reflection, history, and growth? To hear all Episode…
 
Welcome to the start of our podcasting journey! Hosted by Dr Aniqa and Dr Taiba. Join them as they share their experiences navigating life through various lenses. Being female, South Asian, Muslim, hijabis, Doctors, GP’s, sisters and friends, they challenge each other by divulging into the conversations they feel we need to be talking more about as…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “For me, I think success is just trying to figure out what you love to do and then be your very best at that.” “When we shed light on issues victims/survivors are more comfortable coming forward and feeling like they are going to be believed.” “People don’t really understand what a sexual assault victim goes through …
 
Jen and Pete noodle on what they call FOPS: Fear Of Public Speaking. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Why might someone fear public speaking? What are some processes and practices to help work through that fear? Why is the first moment of a speech or keynote so important? How might one stop fearing other people's opinions of t…
 
In this special bonus episode, Jen and Pete walk through their upcoming Big Ideas Lab, answering the usual questions of who it's for, why it exists, and how it works. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the Big Ideas Lab, and who is it for? For previous participants, what was the Big Ideas Lab like? What possible outcomes…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Dogs want us to know that they love their people, dogs want us to be consistent, and dogs want us to take them seriously.” “We often feel uncomfortable with something we don’t understand.” “Stop, look, and listen before you approach a dog you don’t know.” “Working with vets and helping families is one of my favorite…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “We’ve lost the ways of living that were based on these deep human elemental wisdom, and we’ve almost veered away from that basic wisdom so far that we’ve gone into toxic beliefs.” “We can see really clearly the interconnectedness from looking at the natural world how everything is connected.” “How do we create a wor…
 
Following their hundredth episode, Jen and Pete discuss how they might raise the bar moving forward (and what that even means). Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What might it mean to raise the bar? Is there a difference between raising the bar and leveling up? What does raise the bar mean for Jen and Pete right now? To hear al…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Start financial planning right now, no matter where you are or how much money you have.” “Wealth Management can be complicated but it doesn’t have to be.” “You don’t have to be constrained by other people’s limitations and expectations.” “Not starting a plan and avoiding the subject, I think is the worst mistake.” “…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Let go of perfectionism, mix it up, make it work for you, take full advantage of anything that is going to cut down your time and stress.” “For me, success is about having a sense that I’m pushing myself and I’m growing, that I’m not shying away from things that I’m scared of.” “Being mindful about our food. In its …
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “What stands in our way, is the conflict between who we really are and our need to survive.” “I need to find a better way to be successful and not so driven by this identity I have for myself.” “What do you value, what do you want, and are they aligned?” “I’m a big proponent of being who we are every step of the way,…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “One thing I say to business owners right now is that we are consumers too. We are balancing personal and business finances through rough waters. I recommend preserving cash as much as possible.” “The most important thing you can do with personal credit, make sure you don’t have late payments on your credit report. I…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “I saw people in leadership positions who were just out for themselves, and I didn’t like that. I determined that if ever I was in a leadership position that I want to impact others and help them to succeed.” “Ultimately, as a leader, when your people succeed or you have an impact on others, you look good.” “Being a …
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Your superpower is the skillset or strength that has the four key elements of ease, energy, enjoyment, and excellence.” “Your superpower is that strength that you do perfectly every time. Perfect in this context is when how you think, feel, and behave is consistent every time.” “Having a coach review my strengths as…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Systems and processes aren’t sexy, but they are an important and necessary part of your business.” “Systems and SOPs are the infrastructure that give us the freedom to work less.” Start documenting your business processes from the beginning, “It wasn’t until we had a front office employee leave that we realized all …
 
Peter and Jen examine how learning curves can cause learning fatigue, and discuss possible practices for interacting with it, when that fatigue comes along. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What might cause learning fatigue? What are some possible responses to that fatigue? How might one have learning thrust upon them? In what…
 
Voter Resource: How to Cut Through The Politics of COVID-19 As a public health professional, I've been getting a lot of COVID-19 Questions: How do we go beyond the partisan political messaging to figure out when and how to reconnect with the world safely? What data should I believe? How do we know who to believe to keep ourselves and our families s…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “In my mid-forties, I found myself outside of my comfort zone and I had the chance to connect with my inner voice and understand that the life I was living, wasn’t aligned with my personal values.” “The Athena Principles teach and inspire wellness through story.” “Celebrate, have fun and play and have a sense of adve…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “It’s ok if you are in financial survival mode right now but remember that it’s a temporary situation.” “Make sure your emergency fund is somewhere you can access in the middle of the night.” “COVID19 has exposed the need for an emergency fund, but make sure your cash that’s just sitting around waiting on an emergenc…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Being a better leader really is a lifelong learning process.” “Replacing a skilled worker can cost up to 75% of their salary. Turnover is expensive.” “Morale is one of the most important things that we should be working on.” “Telemedicine has value.” Episode Overview In this episode, I talk with Stephanie Foster, Ma…
 
Pete and Jen noodle on the ways one might receive feedback, whether asked for or not. Specifically, in this episode, Jen and Pete talk about: In what scenarios might feedback be asked for and/or required? What kinds of feedback might be the most helpful towards progress? In what ways might feedback be categorized? To hear all Episodes and read full…
 
Favorite quotes of the episode: “Since I’ve become debt-free, I feel like decisions I make in my career aren’t just based on money, I don’t feel stuck in my job and I have more freedom.” “Pursuing financial freedom is really worthwhile.” “Now that I’m debt-free it’s a choice, every day that I go to work, I’m choosing to go to work.” “You will feel …
 
In this episode, I talk with Tabitha Bartley on how to maintain a resilient mindset during challenging times. Favorite quotes of the episode: “Nobody can tell you what you can or can’t do, that’s up to you.” Key to a resilient mindset? “Allowing yourself to feel all of the emotions. You don’t need to ignore them, but we don’t need to dwell on them …
 
In this episode, Jen and Pete noodle on a word that has been thrown around a lot during the pandemic: pivot. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might one apply their skills in new areas during times of immense change? What do we want our values to look like in this new world? How does leadership play a part in pivoting? What…
 
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