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You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale -- the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history -- Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surpr ...
 
The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
 
Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
 
The Decision Corner connects you with cutting-edge insights from the world's best applied behavioral scientists to bring wisdom to your daily and professional life. Rather than talking about nudges and trying to codify science into design principles, TDC goes deep and finds out just how the world's brightest minds solve complex real-world problems using the social sciences.
 
The Business Lab is a sponsored podcast produced by Insights, the custom content division of MIT Technology Review. The Business Lab podcast features a 30-minute conversation with either an executive from the sponsor partner or a technologist with expertise in a relevant technology area. The discussion focuses on technology topics that matter to today’s enterprise decision makers. Laurel Ruma, MIT Technology Review’s custom content director for the United States, is the host.
 
Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.
 
Marketing Trends is your #1 podcast for all things marketing. Twice a week you’ll get to hear interviews with industry-leading marketers, including CMOs, CEOs, and thought leaders in the field. Tune in to hear the war stories and best practices from marketers who helped build the Fortune 500.
 
In organizations around the world, leaders are facing a deluge of urgent issues: a crisis in employee engagement, the need to make workforces more diverse, and the challenge of making workplaces feel human in an era of increasing dependence on technology and remote communication. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we believe brain science can help provide solutions. Join us on Your Brain At Work, the official podcast of the NeuroLeadership Institute — where top researchers and thought leaders ...
 
So many of us are stuck and believe that it’s our circumstances keeping us there when in fact it is often our reluctance to make a decision that could change everything. When we fear making the wrong decision we experience decision paralysis and sometimes even give our most precious power over to circumstances and outside forces. The result is that we stay stuck. Pam Rader & Andrew Francis created this podcast to help explore some of the decisions we have made in our lives that leave us stuc ...
 
On Wisdom features a social and cognitive scientist in Toronto and an educator in London discussing the latest empirical science regarding the nature of wisdom. Igor Grossmann runs the Wisdom & Culture Lab at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Charles Cassidy runs the Evidence-Based Wisdom project in London, UK. The podcast thrives on a diet of freewheeling conversation on wisdom, decision-making, wellbeing, and society and includes regular guests spots with leading behavioral scientists ...
 
We believe that there comes a point in everyone’s life where they get to make the decision to follow the course of society and accept its values and rules or start being crazy enough, passionate, almost insane enough, to push the limits just to make them push back. This show is not a digest of training principles, spit at you to catch you up to date in the world of coaching and athletics. Instead it’s about being exposed, being wrong, always learning, exploring the deepest jungles of sport a ...
 
Productized Talks Podcast is about finding the right answer when asking "How to create great products?". Our main focus is on products at the intersection of digital and physical, on software, web and mobile, created by startups as well as big companies. Productized Masterclasses are 2 days of hands-on training with 8 masterclasses and 2 keynote speakers. You will be able to enjoy a series of honest lessons and practical tips. We want to inspire and teach you about product thinking, product ...
 
The Herman Darrow Lab (hermandarrowlab.com) at the University of Minnesota is led by Dr. Alex Herman in the Department of Psychiatry and Dr. David Darrow in the Department of Neurosurgery. We study the brain networks of mood, behavior, and cognition in people living with motor disorders, psychiatric disorders, and chronic pain. We bring Psychiatry and Neurosurgery together using implant technologies and other trans-diagnostic tools like TMS, EEG, and cognitive remediation in an effort to imp ...
 
Are you a naturally curious person? Following on from the Royal Society of Edinburgh's successful Tea & Talk series held during their Curious 2019 summer events programme, the concept has been developed for a digital format to provide access to experts talking on a wide range of subjects and provide the opportunity for listeners to learn something new, expand their horizons and hear from national and world experts in their respective disciplines.
 
Looking to learn something useful from a productivity podcast? Tired of the stale "interview-the-author" format which just regurgitates stuff you have already heard? Join me at the 2Time Labs and listen in as we attempt to create a new product, service, tool or aid in real time. It's not an interview, but a joining together of minds where my guest and I use everything we can find to craft something new you can use to improve your productivity. Sometimes we hit the mark... sometimes we don't, ...
 
CitySpeak features the visionaries who are designing, building, and reimagining cities as we know them today. From the shimmering skyscrapers of Hong Kong to the stuccoed bungalows of Los Angeles, cities across the globe develop through a familiar pattern. Like the cell cycle of an organism, buildings are constructed, demolished, and reconstructed in a chaotic choreography performed to the rhythm of each city. Join host Max Masuda-Farkas as he interviews the people shaping the cities we love ...
 
Achieving better health can often be confusing and many of us are often left with unanswered questions. Don’t let health issues hold you back from living an enjoyable life. Crossroads of Health focuses on a wide variety of topics including Heart Health, Joint Health, Adrenal Health, Thyroid function, Men & Women’s Health, and so much more. Rick and Melody have a true passion for natural health and science based supplements. Every Saturday Rick and Melody will cover different health topics wi ...
 
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As work – and our connection to work – keeps shifting, many popular thought pieces and research are rooted in the same foundational question: What does a manager need to do now? How have managerial roles evolved as a result of the pandemic and remote/hybrid models? One of the major ways is a shift from “surveillance” focus – i.e. “I value having st…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner podcast, Brooke is joined by Eric Johnson, director of the Center for Decision Sciences at Columbia University and author of the upcoming release, The Elements of Choice. Johnson’s expertise lies in how we make decisions, but also how those decisions are influenced by how our choices are perceived. This conver…
 
Proper management is not something any team can afford. Here is a simplified framework, which gives you enough control over project affairs and at the same time doesn't bother the team too much. I called it SIMBA since it's a Simplified Management By Artifacts.The blog post is here: https://www.yegor256.com/2021/09/09/simba.htmlThe video is here: h…
 
Peter Pan was her childhood hero, but Dr Laurie Santos woke up one day and realised she'd broken the cardinal rule of Neverland - she'd grown up and stopped having fun. Research suggests that goofing off and enjoying yourself is vitally important to your health, productivity and wellbeing. So Laurie asks Catherine Price (author of The Power of Fun:…
 
It's Modelling the Micro-Foundations of the Audit Society: Organizations and the Logic of the Audit Trail by Michael Power. This paper gets us thinking about why organizations do audits in the first place seeing as it has been proven to often decrease the efficiency of the actual process being audited. We discuss the negatives as well as the positi…
 
NCLA Argues Before Federal Court in Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit This week, NCLA attorneys Jenin Younes and Harriet Hageman argued a preliminary injunction motion in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan before the Honorable Paul Maloney. NCLA’s class-action lawsuit challenges Michigan State University’s vaccine mandate for employ…
 
Justice Thomas on the Supreme Court’s Independence In a recent lecture at the University of Notre Dame, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas warned against “destroying our institutions because they don’t give us what we want, when we want it,” arguing that the high court must remain independent from political polarization. “The court was thought t…
 
“Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I’ll show you someone who has overcome adversity.” – Lou Holtz It’s in our nature to avoid discomfort and adversity, but hardships are an unavoidable fact of life. But the good news is, if we allow it, our challenges can also hold some of our most powerful lessons and opportunities. In fact, i…
 
In our fourth installment of this series, love conquers all, even the obstacles presented by COVID-19. Part 1: Having planned to tie the knot in April 2020, Jared Waters finds himself separated from his fiancée by COVID lockdown instead. Part 2: The pandemic prompts Jamie Brickhouse and his partner of thirty years to consider getting married for th…
 
While cable services may be on life support, the simple truth is that live TV captivates audiences in ways on-demand content can’t. Maybe it was the anticipation that came with watching Roy Halladay fan 11 Marlins hitters in a perfect game for the Phillies back in 2010, or the anxiousness that occurs watching state-by-state election results roll in…
 
Change is the only certainty in life. We may desperately want to change ourselves and our surroundings, or we may fear the disruption and distress some changes bring. Dr Laurie Santos talks to change expert Dr Maya Shankar (host of A Slight Change of Plans) about how we can put change in perspective and learn to fear it less; and also how we can br…
 
At Chainlink Labs, CMO Adelyn Zhou embraces the complicated nature of marketing in the quickly evolving field of blockchain technology. She also leans into the idea that technology like blockchain can have a major impact on often-forgotten parts of the world. “I think one thing being in a developed world [is that] you don't realize is that we take …
 
The immune system is a complex key player in our overall health. Our immune system is an intricate network of biological processes and organs that work constantly to protect us from harmful bacteria and viruses. And now more than ever, we need our defense systems to be strong. Despite the complexity of the immune system, there are a multitude of ba…
 
This is a topic I have been VERY resistant to talk about (cos hello I am no expert!) BUT it is also something I have been asked about a lot. An awful lot! So think of this as a bit of Q&A - or more accurately said - question & response. Yes, I share with you my personal decisions but more importantly the goal is to give you a framework to make your…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke Struck sits down with Cathy O’Neil, CEO of ORCAA and author of the New York Times bestseller Weapons of Math Destruction. Having studied and worked at some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including Harvard, MIT, Barnard College, and Columbia, O’Neil has been outspoken about the socia…
 
​Together with Altice Labs, we talked about productization! The importance of productization, from lab to market and the whole journey it entails. What will be the impact on the future of education? Why should we invest more in education for a more inclusive and technological society?​This is not an impossible mission... you can be the next winner …
 
When Kitty Genovese was murdered, her family and the wider world was told that bystanders watched, but did nothing to intervene. Psychologists tried to explain this callous inaction with a popular theory - the "bystander effect". Dr Laurie Santos was taught this theory - that most people won't in step help - but talking to Kitty's brother and Lady …
 
In this live taping of the podcast at Caveat in NYC, Dr. Tessa West, the author of Jerks at Work, conducts quizzes to see what kind of jerk you are and what kind of jerk most-easily persuades you in the workplace. You will also learn how to counteract the behaviors of people who make work suck more than it should. West is a leading expert on interp…
 
Our brains are powerful, intricate, and hard-wired to seek out connection and reward. The more we understand about how our brains work, the better we can perform in all areas of our lives, including our relationships, our purpose, and our growth. The crossroads of neuroscience and self-development is an intriguing and empowering topic, and today’s …
 
President Biden’s Federal Vaccine Mandate Last week, President Biden issued an executive order mandating COVID-19 vaccines for federal employees. NCLA is opposed to the government implementing a vaccine mandate, which will force federal employees and contractors into choosing between their health and personal autonomy and suffering serious detrimen…
 
Justice Barrett: Supreme Court Isn’t Driven by Politics Mark and Vec discuss Justice Barrett’s speech at the 30th anniversary of the opening of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville. Justice Barrett told the crowd that she doesn’t believe the highest court in the land is politically driven. She said the Court is defined by “judicial …
 
This week, we bring you two stories about negotiating life under the same roof during the COVID-19 pandemic. Part 1: When Gail Thomas moves in with her family during the pandemic, tensions brew between sisters. Part 2: The pandemic brings Wendy Bredhold and her ex-husband back together under the same roof for Thanksgiving. Gail is a writer/actor/st…
 
Coming into a new marketing role during a critical re-branding phase of a company’s life is no small task to take on. There are challenges with developing new working relationships, and most importantly, trust, in order to create a smooth and successful evolution for the business. “I'm naturally curious. I like to seek to understand; I'm naturally …
 
Jeremey Donovan is the epitome of the phrase "Always Be Learning". Jeremey started his career as a semiconductor engineer, transitioned to be an analyst covering the industry, then transitioned to product development, then to product management, product marketing, and finally to sales. To say he is a continuous learner is an understatement! Most re…
 
Recently we’ve had the great pleasure of chatting with Sebastien Prioris, the VP of Product at Unbabel and we’d like to tell you about it. Main topics covered:👏🏻 The importance of STEAM areas in education for the future☺️ OSI instead of OKR standing for Objectives, Strategies and Impacts💯Strategy is about making decisions, building your roadmap and…
 
There’s a notion among marketers that the way to provide the best customer experience is to have the richest data. After all, to CMOs and most modern marketers, data is basically the key to unlocking customer success. But to provide those marquee customer experiences, there’s a myth swirling around that the only way to have success is if all your d…
 
Last month, New Mexico’s Legislative Finance Committee (LFC) did something that that possibly no other legislative committee in the U.S. has done to date: It launched a “PerformanceStat” initiative. As listeners to this podcast will know, the PerformanceStat process was pioneered in New York City for policing and then expanded to other government s…
 
There is truly a myriad of factors that go into what makes us healthy. From diet and exercise to mindset and environmental factors, health is truly a holistic, multifaceted state. Now more than ever is an opportunity for us to tune into the things we can do to fortify our health and reach our potential. More often than not, simple shifts and sustai…
 
Today I am talking about a simple switch you can make to how you approach 'healthy eating' that will mean you see results much quicker - without the overwhelm. This is something that impacts 90% of my clients. Not only does it halt their progress - it also makes life more miserable. BUT it is a super simple fix. Sounds good - right? Listen now to f…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke is joined by Karl Moore, Oxford University Associate Fellow and McGill University Professor, and author of the upcoming book, OK Boomer: Working With Millennials and Generation Z. With 12 years of sales and marketing management experience, Karl has been named one of the top four business professors in …
 
We might love gruelling hikes, trips to see far-flung relatives or super hard crossword puzzles, but often we lack the motivation needed to embark on these fun things. How can that be? They make us happy, right? Dr Laurie Santos explores why our brains don't encourage us to do things that we know we'll enjoy, and presents some strategies to help us…
 
In the United States, nearly 70% of our citizens take prescription drugs. The FDA, or Food & Drug Administration, is responsible for evaluating the safety and efficacy of many products, including prescription drugs. While one might assume that a product approved by the FDA has been carefully and strictly tested, that’s not always the case. On today…
 
The specific paper found some interesting results from these simulated situations - including that it was found that the debriefing, post-simulation, had a large impact on the amount of learning the participants felt they made. The doctors chat about whether the research was done properly and whether the findings could have been tested against alte…
 
Denying Candace Owens a Lab Test Is Insane Recently, political analyst and author Candace Owens was denied medical care in the form of a COVID-19 test by a Colorado laboratory because of her political beliefs. She said in a tweet that the testing lab refused her request for a test, citing her "spreading misinformation" about the pandemic. "I just r…
 
Breyer’s New Book: The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics Vec discusses Justice Breyer’s new book, “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics.” In the upcoming book, based on his April 2021 Harvard lecture of the same name, Justice Breyer “reflects upon the authority of the Supreme Court—how that authority was gained and ho…
 
In this episode, Katana Lemelin chats with one of our newest team members, Shiann Hagan, about her recent degree from ECU, how she’s settling into the Clicksuasion family, and what she’s love about her work with a few fun questions to get you thinking. PODCAST HOST BIO Katana Lemelin is the Digital Marketing Consultant at Clicksuasion Labs. She con…
 
This week, in our final Stories of COVID-19 series, we bring you stories about managing the fear the pandemic introduced into our lives. Part 1: A disagreement about COVID-19 precautions drives a wedge between Archy Jamjun and his partner. Part 2: Julie Grace Immink tries to hide her fear from her young son when her husband is hospitalized for COVI…
 
What are your three words? It’s a question Amber Armstrong, CMO of LivePerson, loves to ask her team members. Those three words can be anything — they can be a personal mantra, a list of questions, or even a grocery list. But regardless what your three words are, the key is to make them count, make them relatable, but, most importantly, to let thos…
 
Quoting John Lennon, Bill Kanarick describes the tectonic industry shifts brought on by the pandemic: “There are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen.” After months of hunkering down at home, consumers got used to online shopping, telehealth doctor’s appointments and contactless and curbside pickup, effectively do…
 
Chris Walker, Founder and CEO of Refine Labs, Host of Demand Gen Live, and a Top LinkedIn Influencer is a B2B Marketing contrarian - that is a primary reason I have been a fan of Chris's for a long time. Chris was a B2B marketing practitioner for 8 years, and his experience told him B2B marketing organizations were executing marketing programs the …
 
“Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits become your values. Your values become your destiny.” – Ghandi On a day-to-day basis, we are all operating from a set of thoughts and beliefs. The ideas that we have about ourselves and the world around u…
 
If you know anything about me then you will know that I spend a good chunk of my time telling clients to eat more healthy wholefoods fats. Fats are AWESOME. They are so good for you. But there are some fats that you really want to avoid. Like REALLY want to avoid. And the problem is that they sneak into so many things. So in this podcast, I am shar…
 
Companion pets - especially dogs - are credited with making our lives richer and more fun, but does the science back up this belief? Dr Laurie Santos breaks down what it is dogs can do to make us happier - and what behaviours we can adopt to experience the wellbeing boost of dog ownership even without buying one. She'll also introduce you to Georgi…
 
We know that chronic illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and autoimmune diseases are major risk factors for severe illness from COVID-19. But there are several other factors that influence your susceptibility to COVID-19 and other contagious diseases—and chances are, you’ve heard very little about them from the mainstream news or gove…
 
Missouri v. Yellen and Seizing Tax Authority From the States Vec reviews ripeness and mootness in the lawsuit, Missouri v. Yellen. NCLA warns that the U.S. Department of Treasury’s “Tax Cut Ban” provision of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) is unconstitutional. ARPA offers approximately $195 billion to states and their residents to assis…
 
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