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Brain Science was launched in 2006 by Dr. Ginger Campbell, an experienced emergency physician with a passion for exploring how recent discoveries in neuroscience are revealing how our brains make us who we are. This podcast is for non-scientists, scientists, and everyone in between. We interview scientists and discuss the latest books about the brain. Monthy episodes resume in June 2017, but all episodes posted since January 2013 are available for FREE in iTunes. Please visit our website for ...
 
The Leadership AdvantEdge is why some leaders thrive whilst others struggle. Learning how your brain works enables you to quickly adapt your thinking and behaviour to be a better leader, to successfully influence others more easily and to identify your own talent and transform your potential to performance to achieve greatness. John, originally a chef by trade, is an inspirational coach and trainer of professional leadership and business acumen development that leverage neuroscience hacks to ...
 
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Strokecast
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A Generation X stroke survivor explores rehab, recovery, the frontiers of neuroscience, and one-handed banana peeling.
 
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IEEE Brain
Monthly
 
Welcome to the IEEE Brain Podcast Series. Listen to some of the top subject matter experts as they discuss their research and career path.
 
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In the Balance
Monthly+
 
In the Balance is a new podcast featuring therapist and artist Susan Lambert. She welcomes peers, experts and leaders from diverse backgrounds/ all walks of life who share their experiences of working, loving, and playing with their entire, integrated, holistic, human selves. These inspiring discussions explore their stories, giving us “how to” ideas, routines, and strategies to achieve balance, buoyancy and energy!
 
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A Grey Matter
Monthly
 
A Grey Matter is for anyone who has ever wondered how we think, feel, reason and move. The Queensland Brain Institute's neuroscience podcast unlocks the wonders of the brain – the complex and mysterious core of who we are. QBI, at The University of Queensland, works to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain. www.qbi.uq.edu.au
 
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Inquiring Minds
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Each week we bring you a new, in-depth exploration of the space where science and society collide. We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We want to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters.
 
Mindset Matters explores the mental game of developing high performance conscious leadership skills. Through interviews with expert guests and reviews of the science, you'll learn practical skills on how to improve your leadership skills, navigate stress, and increase your resilience. You'll discover how shifting your mindset can inspire you to improve your business & relationships, and enrich your life & the lives of others so you can make a difference in the world.
 
Execu-Sensory & Neuropedagogy Educational Consulting Services is a partnership who utilizes the principals of sensory integration, neuropedagogy and neuroplasticity to reframe how professionals in the field of education view their students, their craft and themselves. This is the spoken word of articles written by the partnership found on esnpconsulting.com. The articles cover: Body Breakhroughs, Brain Bits, Mind Matters and Neuropedagogy.
 
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Brain Bios Podcast
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When we, Geoff Woodman and Ashleigh Maxcey, were putting the finishing touches on our career advice book, From Start to Finish: A practical guide to becoming a scientist in psychology and neuroscience, we realized that we were not done with the topic for two main reasons. First, at the end of each chapter Ashleigh interviewed a subject matter expert to include additional viewpoints. Conducting the interviews was so illuminating and enjoyable that it became our favorite part of the book. Seco ...
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
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What Matters
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What Matters sets the stage for people who want to make a difference! In this world of distractions it’s easy to get overwhelmed with day to day responsibilities that keep us busy, frustrated and confused. With an emphasis on the power of the mind and drawing on the fields of personal health, education, neuroscience, business, and spirituality, we discuss practical strategies to help you stay focused on your priorities, choices, and results. Topics include mind-body healing, the use of hypno ...
 
Want to change or improve your life or business, but know how hard it can be? The Award Winning Changeability Podcast, Best Self-Help Podcast (UK Podcasters Awards 2015) can help. With much of our behaviour carried out on an unconscious level, this is great to keep us alive but not so great when we want to change something. The mechanisms that protect us are the mechanisms that make it hardest to change. Enter Changeability – the ability to change through managing your mind and tactics. With ...
 
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StarTalk All-Stars
Weekly
 
"I’m Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of StarTalk Radio. I’ve recruited a crack team of scientists and science educators to help me bring the universe down to Earth. They are… The StarTalk All-Stars." New episodes premiere Tuesday nights at 7pm ET.
 
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We talk to author and journalist Joe Posnanski about his new book The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini.
 
Neurofatigue describes the condition of profound tiredness common to stroke survivors, TBI survivors, and others with brain injuries or neurological conditions. It is significantly different from the levels of exhaustion other people experience due to lack of sleep or overwork. The brain does much of its repair work while we sleep. It’s like sh ...…
 
This week Thomas Moore, prolific best-selling author, teacher, psychotherapist and philosopher returns to In the Balance to talk with Susan about the “ageless soul,” and encourages us to take a different view of the process, pains and joys of ageing through every phase of our lives.
 
How did one of the greatest geniuses of all time lose his life savings overnight? Despite our illusions of rationality, even the most brilliant humans are not rational at all. We tell ourselves that it’s always the other person who is irrational, envious, and aggressive, and that it’s never us. But science shows that all of our brains are remar ...…
 
We talk to New York Times writer and journalist Matt Richtel about his new novel, written under the pen name A. B. Jewell, called The Man Who Wouldn't Die.
 
In this episode we discuss how to make the most important decisions in your life. Where should you spend your time? How do you evaluate different opportunities? Are you focused on creating wealth or income, and which is more important for you? Should you make a big change in your career or industry? We dig into all of these important questions ...…
 
A lot of stroke survivors I talk with describe themselves as "Lucky." I don't want to minimize the trauma or struggles that many survivors face. There are real challenges, and I don't recommend anyone go out and acquire a stroke, but luck is still a common theme. In my experience, I say I'm lucky because I have a great partner who has stuck wit ...…
 
In this episode we discuss crazy research that can predict 94% of the time whether or not your relationship will be successful. We reveal why you should NEVER give someone unsolicited advice. We share the communication “Swiss army knife” that you can use to build rapport, influence anyone, and deepen the most important relationships in your lif ...…
 
We talk to theoretical physicist Sean Carroll about his new book Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
In this episode, Susan talks with composer Ricky Ian Gordon about how life’s struggles, heartaches, and curiosities have shaped and affected his creative process throughout the years, and how he uses those experiences to distill the truth of our shared humanity into profound works of musical artistry.…
 
Marsha Schmid is a stroke survivor and she's this year's Ms. Wheelchair USA. In other news, there's a growing Ms. Wheelchair USA pageant. Marsha's had quite a journey to get there. She excelled in school, became the top salesperson in her company and she was a nationally ranked body builder. All that was before the fateful day she went to her c ...…
 
Encourage Even in the direst circumstances, people seek out their purpose in life: Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning 1 Human beings have a deep, innate desire to find meaning in their lives. We want to matter. For some, it is to leave a legacy, to put a ding in the universe, or to enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done. For others, it ...…
 
Are you feeling too distracted to pay attention? Does listening make your brain hurt? In a world full of noise and distraction - listening is the biggest leadership hack in today’s world. In this episode we crack the code on how to deeply listen, how to listen to what is unsaid, and the tons of specific hacks and tactics you can use to take you ...…
 
We talk to parasitologist and co-author of Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything, Kelly Weinersmith.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
As stroke survivors, we have to find the #StrokePerks where we can. My GF recently hurt her ankle on the way to work. Fortunately, I have an assortment of canes that she can choose from to get around the apartment safely while she recovers. Keep Trying Getting from the car to the apartment, though, meant she had to use the can I had brought wit ...…
 
Respected neuroscientist Dr. Joseph Ledoux's new book is The Deep History of Ourselves: The Four-Billion-Year Story of How We Got Conscious Brains. In this episode we discuss Dr. Ledoux's ideas about the relationship between emotion and consciousness. His conclusions are controversial, but thought provoking. Please visit http://brainsciencepodc ...…
 
In this interview we discuss how to finally break through what’s holding you back, take action, and create lasting habit and behavior change. Less than 30% of people succeed in changing their behavior without using the tools and strategies we share in this interview. Uncover the neuroscience of how your brain gets stuck and finally start using ...…
 
We talk to professor of conservation biology Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson about her new book Buzz, Sting, Bite: Why We Need Insects.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
In this episode, Susan talks with Ziva Meditation creator Emily Fletcher about stress, how it affects us, and how to conquer it through meditation, mindfulness, and manifestation.
 
At an event I recently attended, there was a presentation on creating SMART goals, assigning roles/responsibilities, and balancing concepts of urgent vs important, among other things. With a background in corporate life, and especially in the marketing field, I thought, "Why are we spending time on such basic and 'obvious' concepts?" And yet, t ...…
 
In this interview, we discuss why “creativity is the new literacy” and how you can unlock your own creative genius to create the life you want to live. Most people are completely wrong about what they think creativity is and how to be more creative. We dispel the myths about creative work and show you how to build your creative muscle so that y ...…
 
After nearly 5 years of co-hosting Inquiring Minds, Kishore is heading off to conquer the rest of the science world. He has been an incredible friend to us at the show, and we’re sad to see him go, but excited to see what amazing things he does next. Thanks, Kishore. If you want to reach out to him, he’s @sciencequiche on Twitter.…
 
In this episode, we discuss how our traditional education system has given us the wrong perspectives on how learning actually works. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of looking for and waiting for the perfect step by step formula, but it’s actually the ability to flexibly experiment that empowers you to be successful in learning, and really a ...…
 
Vision happens where the brain meets the eyes. A stroke in a particular location can break that system. Even though the eyes may work perfectly, a survivor may not be able to see. Neuro-Ophthalmologists like Dr. Eugene May navigate this world and not only treat folks with neurological conditions but often discover neurological causes to mysteri ...…
 
In this episode, Susan talks with teacher, speaker, and best-selling author Dr. Stephen G. Post about generosity of the spirit and how strengths and behaviours such as giving, helping others, and mindfulness (to name a few!) contribute to our health, make us happier, and enrich our lives.
 
In this episode we discuss powerful thinking tools and strategies you can use to break through tough problems and give yourself confidence and clarity when you’re dealing with uncertain situations. We share the breakthrough strategy that was used to invent astrophysics, explore how you can make tough life and career choices, and show you how yo ...…
 
We talk to science journalist David Robson about his new book The Intelligence Trap: Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
What if you could feel truly appreciated and deeply satisfied every single day? What if you could experience a more joyful, appreciative and considerate workplace and it only costs you seven minutes of a day? In an earlier podcast I shared about the seven most important minutes of your day. Well, here's another hack for your Joyous delight and ...…
 
In this episode, Susan talks with poet and professor Jericho Brown about the juxtaposition of love and violence in our every day lives, resilience and thriving through the current normalization of evil, and his newest stunning collection of poetry “The Tradition.”
 
This is what my stroke looks like on the MRI. Or rather, this is what it looked like while it was happening. See that white curved, bulge-y line on the just to the left of the black thing in the middle? That's it. At one end of the line is a blood clot that's not letting blood through. Since blood flow and other thick tissue blocks the signal, ...…
 
In this episode we discuss what creates great performance at work. Uncover how you can do better work in fewer hours. Get rid of wasted meetings with hacks you can use to make your meetings radically more productive, finally remove the things that are distracting you, learn the recipe you need to say no to your boss the right way, and focus on ...…
 
Do you know someone who is highly sensitive to and sometimes absorbs the emotions, physical symptoms or energy of other people? You might know an empath! In this week’s episode, Susan talks with Integrative Energy Healer April Walker about using energy to overcome barriers for healing, and the gifts and struggles of being an empath.…
 
I first encountered Dr. Debra Meyerson, Ph.D, through Twitter. She has written a book about stroke and the loss of a sense of identity that follows it. More than a memoir, it tells her story as she navigates the new, post-stroke world, and the stories of a couple dozen other survivors and how their reaction mirror or differ from hers. [caption ...…
 
This month's episode is the beginning a four part series about the Neuroscience of Consciousness. This month I am discussing and comparing the ideas from several recent books on the subject in preparation for several upcoming interviews on the subject. Many people consider consciousness to be the biggest mystery of all, but in this episode we e ...…
 
In this episode, we explore the mind-bending science of genetic engineering and why it’s going to change everything in our lives, whether we want it to or not. We share crazy stories and examples from the cutting edge of science, look at shocking examples around the world of what is going on with human genetic science and explore the science of ...…
 
This week is a solo episode. I have a new job! Plus, I just tried Dysport for tone and spasticity for the first time. And...what does stroke prevention have to do with sales? I talk about all of that in this week's episode. New Drug I've just had my first round of Dysport to treat tone and spasticity in my arm and hand. I talked about tone in g ...…
 
In this episode we talk about one of the MOST important skills in the modern world - the ability to be inDISTRACTable. Are you sick and tired of distraction? Do you feel constantly overwhelmed in a world of notifications, demands, messages, and more and more information flying at you? In this episode we discuss exactly how you can battle back f ...…
 
We talk to sports and science writer David Epstein about his latest book Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
In this week’s episode Susan talks with actress, singer, and writer Anita Hollander about the loss of her leg in young adulthood to cancer and the journey that followed, and the extraordinary lengths we have to go to and the heroic healing we undertake when we lose fundamental pieces of ourselves.
 
What is #NeuroPsychology? And what do the fewer than 1,000 board-certified #Neuropsychologist in the US do for #StrokeSurvivors? I talk about that and more with author of the Interactive Stroke Recovery Guide, Dr. Karen Sullivan. I think Dr. Sullivan and I first connected through Instagram. Her colorful graphics and logos really pop. Dr. Karen ...…
 
Do you know what you should do but you don’t do it? In this episode, we dig into the science behind WHY this happens and HOW exactly you can overcome this massive obstacle. No one’s ever actually stuck, but the reason you FEEL stuck is that what you want, your goals, desires, change you want in your life, etc, are bumping up against an emotiona ...…
 
We talk to ocean conservationist William McKeever about his new book Emperors of the Deep: Sharks--The Ocean's Most Mysterious, Most Misunderstood, and Most Important Guardians.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
When most stroke survivors think about death, it's about how we came close. I like to say my own blood tried to kill me -- and failed. For today's guest, it mean something else. Death, and specifically homicide fueled his career as a writer before he had his stroke. I met Paul Sanders through the Seattle Young Adult Stroke Survivors group. A we ...…
 
Encourage We've all had to deal with them. Perhaps you still are dealing with them? Difficult People. They come in all shapes and sizes. All races, all genders, and all backgrounds. They only share two things in common, but I'll come back to that in a little while. As a professional executive coach I occasionally get asked by organisation leade ...…
 
Do you feel like you don’t have enough time and you’re constantly in a state of reacting to external stimulus? How do you conduct a powerful monthly review that will unlock opportunities for growth, focus, and improvement? In this episode, we go deep into stacking powerful mental models, harnessing best practices, and optimizing your life with ...…
 
We talk to author Annaka Harris about her new book Conscious: A Brief Guide to the Fundamental Mystery of the Mind.By Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari.
 
This week on In the Balance, Associate Producer Taryn talks with nutritionist and food blogger Anjali Shah about "picky eaters," roadblocks to healthy eating and how to overcome them, and why it's important to introduce healthy foods to children as early as possible.
 
This week I talk with Garrison Red. Garrison is one of our neuro cousins. His spinal cord was severed in a random shooting 14 years ago, and he's lived life since then in a wheel chair. It's been quite a life since then and the big adventures are only beginning. There's a lot of overlap in the stoke, spinal injury, MS, CP, ALS, and other commun ...…
 
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