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Feeling alone, frustrated, confused? Thinking of throwing in the towel? Founded on the belief that you can realize your dream of becoming a doctor with your sanity, health, and relationships intact, the Happy Doc Student Podcast delivers weekly inspiration through academic wisdom and esoteric insight. It's no secret the doctoral journey is a difficult one, but you're not alone; join us and put more JOY in your journey!
 
Changing the world is overwhelming and exhilarating. Join me Heather McDougall as I host bold leaders, entrepreneurs, artists and changemakers on the front lines of the world’s most pressing challenges, from planetary sustainability and human justice to the reformation of economic wealth and impact. Discover what it means to be empowered by your mission rather than consumed by the magnitude of the problem you’re trying to solve. Together, step by step, we stand on the legacy of others and cr ...
 
A podcast about life, the universe and anthropology produced by David Boarder Giles, Timothy Neale, Cameo Dalley, Mythily Meher and Matt Barlow. Each episode features an anthropologist or two in conversation, discussing anthropology and what it has to tell us in the twenty-first century. This podcast is made in partnership with the American Anthropological Association and with support from the Faculty of Arts & Education at Deakin University.
 
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If you are in a doc program, chances are your ANGRY muscle will be triggered at some point. In this episode, Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider explains why it is OK to be mad and how to move past this emotion to get on with your degree (and life!). Gina received her PhD from United States International University and is a licensed psychotherapist, executi…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. George McGraw is a leading expert on water and sanitation in the United States and around the world, and is often featured in global media including Forbes, CNN, NBC, and more. He currently serves as the Founder & CEO of …
 
On this episode I have so much FUN chatting with Ellen Leonard. Ellen is a speaker, stress management consultant + coach, and expert who teaches and coaches business leaders, teams and organizations how to manage and prevent stress. Ellen’s professional background and expertise include 12 years as a published scientific researcher, 9 years as an aw…
 
Ryann Finn departed New York in January of 2022. Just over three months later he arrived here in San Francisco, having sailed his 36-foot proa sailboat 14,000 nautical miles - down the Atlantic, around Cape Horn, and back up the Pacific to San Francisco. He faced multiple challenges, including broken gear that required stops in Brazil and Patagonia…
 
On this episode, I dive deep into Imposter Syndrome (what it is, what it isn’t, the difference between coping and overcoming, and MORE) with Sheryl Anjenette. Sheryl is a best-selling author, international speaker, thought leader, and the CEO of Anjanette Wellness Academy. Her newest book: The Imposter Lies Within: Silence Your Inner Critic, Tame Y…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. Adam Choe is a managing partner at Tundra Ventures, an earliest stage fund focused on underrepresented founders, geographies, and audiences in tech, CPG, and health. Adam was the former managing director of gener8tor, a n…
 
James Frederick was recently awarded the 2021 Qualifiers Mug from the Ocean Cruising Club for sailing 2,300 miles across the Pacific Ocean, 1,000 of those without a rudder. We met up in Annapolis the night before he received his award to talk about his rudder failure, steering by drogue, and how he went from being an artist, and taxi driver to an o…
 
In this episode, Mythily talks to Anne Galloway and Laura McLauchlan. Anne is a former academic and current farm witch who, in both roles, has spent a weird amount of time getting to know sheep. Laura is a multispecies anthropologist at the Social Policy Research Centre at UNSW and lectures with the UNSW Environment and Society group. Anne and Laur…
 
In this episode, I chat with Scott Miller, the host of On Leadership with Scott Miller. He is a Thought Leadership Senior Advisor at Franklin Covey and authors a leadership column for Inc.com. He is also the bestselling author of the Mess to Success series and more recently, Master Mentor Volume one. Highlights 1. Efficiency and Effectiveness are n…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. Kyler founded AIRO to serve as a resource for Indigenous students on their path to higher-level education. The key to prosperity starts with an education - even if it is done in small steps. It is time to make a change - …
 
On this episode Zahra Karsan, peak performance coach, founder and CEO of GetZend shares nuggets of wisdom from her book: Six Weeks to Happy the Ultimate Roadmap to Retrain Your Brain for Better Health, Greater Abundance and Long Lasting Happiness. What makes you happy? The definition of happiness is so unique – what does it mean to you? How do you …
 
Captain Heather Richard, a good friend of mine, was one of the key inspirations for this podcast. She was my very first guest and I’m thrilled to have her back on the program for episode 101. She lives and runs a charter business in Sausalito called Fine Day for Sailing aboard her 43-foot sailboat Carodon. A U.S. Coastguard licensed captain, Heathe…
 
Stress Less and Do More! On this episode, Blaine Oelkers, America’s only Chief Results Officer, shares productivity hacks that deliver a 30 minute hour™ that any busy person, but especially Doc Students can use! Start by asking: What would you do with two guilt-free hours? Because, once you learn how to compress time, it’s an opportunity to do more…
 
The Rosie G is an innovative, new, scow bowed, junk rigged, boat that came from the mind of Barry and Samatha Spanier. She was designed by Jim Antrim and built by Cree Partridge and his yard at the Berkeley Marine Center. All of these folks are friends of the show, which is why it was such a treat to sit in the dog house on Rosie G in the Emeryvill…
 
In this episode, Dr. Scott Burrus, Provost at United States University chats about the oral defense. TIPS: Keep your presentation clear and concise; use bullet points and not complete sentences. Do a dress rehearsal with your chair. Ask them to quiz you on potential questions and record the meeting so you can refer back to it as you prepare. Once y…
 
McKala Bower is a trans woman who only started sailing a short while ago, but she’s got big ambitions to be the first trans and first openly gay person to circumnavigate solo. She’s always loved adventure and the outdoors and we talk about how at 25, a near-death experience in the mountains actually led her to coming out as trans. Now she’s tacklin…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. Dr. Jenny Nuccio is the Founder and CEO of Imani Collective — a social enterprise and holistic women’s empowerment program in Mombasa, Kenya committed to breaking the generational poverty. Having lived as an integral part…
 
Dr. Jennifer Ducko has been sharing her passion for nursing for nearly 40 years. She is a graduate of the Florence Nightingale school of nursing in London, England, and received her Masters of Science in Nursing Administration from Walden University and her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Aspen University. In this episode, we discuss her journey an…
 
In this second interview with Brady Trautman and Alex Blue of S/V Delos fame, we talk about their new Passport 42, Lintika - the largest boat in their Cruisers Academy fleet. The sail training school they’re running in Tahoe and Sausalito is going strong and we had a great time talking about their plans for Lintika, surviving a tsunami warning in S…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. Fred is a recent graduate from North Dakota State University. He recently received his master’s degree in Education. He is the co-owner of Umoja Leadership Exploration and creator of FredsDissonance. Fred is a community e…
 
Watch this episode as a YouTube here: https://youtu.be/vNJNarjYq7I In this episode Dr. William “Memo” Nericcio shares his story as a Chicano attending a PhD program non the East Coast and shares tips on how to be a survivor (and how to help others survive). Highlights: 1. Support from peers is imperative – what happens outside your courses may be j…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. In episode 1 of the Changemaker Rehab podcast, Heather McDougall speaks with Ashley Kitchens, Founder of Plant Centered Nutrition. Ashley Kitchens grew up on an Angus cattle farm in small-town Indiana. As you might guess,…
 
Mark Hensley, knows sailing - he’s sailed his entire life. But he’s spent most of his time on the water at sea as captain of an oil tanker during a 20-year career with Arco Marine. He’s got plenty of stories from his time on the water and subsequent years teaching at the Maritime Academy in Vallejo, CA.…
 
YouTube of this episode: https://youtu.be/jqBFydfvYFY Ann Hince shares how EFT/Tapping can help you find freedom from any emotion that is holding you back – whether that is stress, fear, frustration, or anxiety. Highlights: 1. Have you ever considered that your past may be holding you back? 2. Situations that naturally occur during doctoral program…
 
Jim Antrim, often called the Wizard of El Sobrante, is a naval architect who apprenticed under Dick Carter, Britton Chance and Gary Mull. He’s designed record breaking multihull and monohull sailboats as well as popular production boats. He’s an expert in composite material engineering and has developed several computer programs used in performance…
 
We return with a conversation recorded, this past summer, between Ceridwen Dovey and our own Timothy Neale and David Boarder Giles. Dovey is a Sydney-based writer of fiction, creative non-fiction, and in-depth essays and profiles, as well as a filmmaker. Born in South Africa, she grew up between South Africa and Australia, studied as an undergradua…
 
What is more important in your life than your health and wellness? Jill Thiry obtained her MBA from the University of San Francisco and spent decades in high-tech publishing. 9/11 and a transformative week-long stay at Rancho La Puerta in 2002 changed everything. Her work has evolved into an 8-step process that allows you to create easily identifie…
 
Matt Rutherford made a name for himself when he completed a solo, 309-day, non-stop, record-breaking trip around the Americas in a 27-foot Albin Vega. Today he’s focused on putting the finishing touches on a 72-foot, Brucer Roberts designed steel schooner that will be the flagship of his non-profit: Ocean Research Project. Matt and I talked about t…
 
Learn tips, tricks, and techniques for transitioning from coursework to capstone project. Dr. Michelle Whitman holds an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education and her research interests include servant leadership and teacher efficacy. Not sure of a topic area? Listen to https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/9065397 Hig…
 
Cameron Albin is a marine and an Iraq war veteran who suffered a traumatic brain injury while on deployment. After being discharged from the military he found himself struggling, until he rediscovered sailing. Now, he’s started American Odysseus Sailing Foundation to help other veterans and first responders living with PTSD by taking them to sea. T…
 
Vanessa Corcoran earned her Ph.D. in medieval history from The Catholic University of America and is currently an advising dean at Georgetown University. In this episode we discuss her new book: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint: My Road to the Marathon and Ph.D. Topics include: 1. Understanding the intricacies of a doctoral program 2. Recognizing when…
 
Follow Heather on Instagram. Heather's personal website. Learn about Causeartist here. Check out more Causeartist podcasts here. In this short episode Grant, founder of Causeartist sits down with me, Heather McDougall to talk about my journey and the new podcast. I believe in a vibrant world that's made better when we are curious, connected, and le…
 
Billy and Sierra Swezey are better known to their online fans as the couple behind Tula's Endless Summer. The two met at a surf shop in Florida when Billy sailed in on his small boat. Not too long afterwards both of them were living on the boat, with their dog Jetty, cruising the waters of Florida and beyond. Since then they've had a series of fixe…
 
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Alison Miller about the importance of boundaries, productivity, and working in a way that really works for you. Alison received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois Chicago. She is an entrepreneur who has built three successful businesses, including the Dissertation Coach in 2000. The Disse…
 
Join entrepreneur and global sustainability changemaker, Heather McDougall, as she hosts the bold leaders, entrepreneurs, artists and changemakers who are on the front lines of the world’s most pressing challenges, from planetary sustainability and human justice to the reformation of economic wealth and impact. Discover what it means to be empowere…
 
Tyler Walkey and Julie Sinusia fell in love with a ketch rigged Ingrid 38 in Monterey. Trouble was they needed to get it down to Los Angles within days of purchasing her because they had flights home to Japan they had to make. That’s where I came in. They posted online looking for experienced crew and I happened to have the time to join them for th…
 
On this episode, I welcome William Hall, a nursing educator and doctoral candidate pursuing a DNP at Aspen University. A DNP is an applied terminal degree in nursing (versus a PhD in nursing). “Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.” John Maxwell Tips: 1. Decide what is important to you: Cost, accreditation, success rates, support. 2. Request in…
 
In this episode, I continue the conversation with Dr. Leonard Cassuto, professor of English at Fordham University. Be sure to listen to episode #53: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/9484429 Highlights: 1. Tenure-track jobs are diminishing, so if we teach doctoral students to want those jobs above all other jobs, we are teaching them to be unhappy…
 
When Lauren Sloss met Alex Kleeman in San Francisco, she was planning on moving to New York to study journalism. He was planning on sailing the world. They managed to do both of those things and stay together as a couple - eventually getting married and sailing far and wide together. As well as being a sailor, Lauren is a Journalist who recently wr…
 
In this episode, Dr. Max Lempriere discusses the Imposter Syndrome, perfectionism, and the need for community. Max has a PhD in political science from the University of Birmingham. As the owner of the PhD people, he has created an online community platform that offers guidance, mentorship, support and training to students from all around the world.…
 
Sonya David and Jack Patton met while sailing, and really haven’t stopped. They live together on their Passport 42, along with their cat Fathom, and together run Spirit Marine Services a business they started to do boat projects and maintenance for others. They have sailed extensively all around the Bay Area and plan to head off further afield in t…
 
Are you HyperCompetent? Take the assessment here: https://connecttwo.outgrow.us/HC Are you too good at getting things done for your own good? Working harder does not mean working smarter! Do you feel like working so much is getting in your way of experiencing joy? Highlights 1. You can never get everything done - staying in a hypercompetent mode wi…
 
For this episode, Cameo and Tim caught up with Professor Jessica Cattelino of the University of California Los Angeles. Jessica is a sociocultural anthropologist who has worked extensively with Seminole people of Florida in the United States. Her first book High Stakes: Florida Seminole Gaming and Sovereignty (Duke, 2008), explores sovereignty and …
 
Dr. Megan Just-Mancini shares how we can A.C.E. not just parenting, but navigating the current state of the world. “All behavior is an expression of a need.” Megan is a Registered Psychologist who supports individuals and families affected by mental health-related challenges. She has experience working with diverse groups in the United States and C…
 
The former editor of Good Old Boat magazine got into sail ing when his mother mistakenly subscribed to Cruising World when he was a kid. He met his wife Windy through a Latitude 38 crew list and ended up cruising together aboard an Newport 27 down to Mexico, through the Panama Canal and around the Caribbean. Later, they set sail again, this time wi…
 
Watch this episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/3hiqJfL9TwM In this episode Dr. Jerry Fu shares a 5-step framework for dealing with difficult conversations. Highlights: Avoiding problems do not make them go away. Conflict is difficult for most everyone; having a system in place makes all the difference. Learning to navigate conflicts leads to bette…
 
Dr. Angie Holzer received her EdD in Leadership and Learning with a specialization in Organizational Leadership from Aspen University. Her paper “Fighting Human Trafficking by Better Understanding Nonprofit Collaboration” showcases some of this research and was published in the August 2021 issue of the Aspen Journal of Scholarly Research. In today’…
 
This week we go below the waves to learn more about how what we humans do on the water while fishing, sailing, or shipping impacts humpback whales and other marine mammals. I’m joined by Kathi George and Bekah Lane both of whom work with the Marine Mammal Center in Marin. Kathi, Director of Field Operations and Response at the Marine Mammal Center,…
 
Watch this podcast on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/V4RQgGXDwcA Madelaine Weiss is a Harvard-trained licensed psychotherapist and board-certified in executive, career, and life coaching. A Mindset Expert, while she was writing her book: “Getting to G.R.E.A.T.: A 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life based on science and stories” she became fascinated …
 
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