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Tranquility Talk explores the magical (and sometimes elusive) art to feeling good. Episodes focus on the cultivation of contentment through things like tenderness, simple pleasures, mysticism, and community. Releasing the "me, myself, and I" vibe and embracing meaningful connection at times requires courage. Courage to be with yourself... the happiness, the pain, the fear, and the joy. Meg shares with listeners stories and ideas around delighting in the everyday miracles of living: A good me ...
 
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Meg Daly, professor of evolution, ecology and organismal biology, studies animal systematics and ecology and serves as associate dean of undergraduate education. She's particularly interested in studying how and why marine animals live where they do, most recently looking at sea anemones that live in temperate marine intertidal ecosystems. She shar…
 
Are you ready for a journey into self-love? Think of it as an experiment where you step by step remove the old stories of not good enough, pretty enough, thin enough and replace them with acceptance, contentment, and compassion for yourself. I love today's topic because it's one that I have struggled with for years and I've learned to embrace the c…
 
Do you love quizzes, assessments, strength finders? If so you will love today's episode with my guest is Tyler Loomis who uses the Enneagram in his counseling practice. I love the Enneagram as it helps us see a path to living healthy and leaning away from default habits and ways of being that don't serve us or our purpose. You can learn more about …
 
Peter Mansoor, professor and General Raymond E. Mason, Jr., Chair of Military History, researches modern US military history, World War II, the Iraq War, and counterinsurgency warfare. He discusses his most recent research on the 1944-1945 liberation of the Philippines, the five types of military history, and the surprising breadth of attendees at …
 
Julie Golomb, associate professor of psychology, researches the interactions between visual perception, attention, memory, and eye movements using human behavioral and computational cognitive neuroscience techniques. She's especially interested in questions like, "How do our brains convert patterns of light into rich perceptual experiences, and wha…
 
"Who am I?" "What do I want?" "What is my purpose?" These are the simple yet oftentimes profound questions in life that are difficult to answer. If you are feeling a bit stuck regarding your contribution to the world this episode is for you! Whether you believe it or not at the moment, you have gifts unique to you and ones the world needs. So how d…
 
Robin Judd, associate professor of history, explores how European and North African Jewish women met and married American, British, and Canadian soldiers and officers after the Holocaust in her latest book, Love, Liberation, and Loss: Jewish Military Marriages after the Holocaust. Her research illuminates how these couples developed relationships, …
 
Do you feel sometimes that the familiar habits you default to are holding you back from wellness? Do you crave wellness but at times deep down question if you are worthy of experiencing it? In today's episode, I share 5 ways that have helped me get inspired and move towards wellness. Whether it's food, alcohol, or ways of thinking that are holding …
 
Ludmila Isurin, professor in the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and cultures, is an interdisciplinary scholar with multiple affiliations within Ohio State. Her latest book is Collective Remembering: Memory in the World and in the Mind, which she discusses with David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
Are you sometimes afraid to follow your gut? It's fun to talk about intuition but when you are faced with a decision or choice it's not always fun... in fact, sometimes it's downright difficult and scary. But how many times in your life have you not followed your intuition and can look back and say "wow I am so glad I didn't listen to my internal w…
 
Mari Noda, professor in Japanese in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, is a specialist in East Asian language pedagogy and is primarily interested in curriculum, material development, and assessment. She seeks to help students not only understand a language but to use that language as a mechanism to participate in the culture. …
 
On this episode we speak with Meg Daly. A 30-year sales and marketing veteran who is currently CEO/President of Friends of The Underline (@theunderlinemia) - A project transforming the land below Miami’s Metrorail into a 10‑mile linear park, urban trail, and public art destination. Today, you will hear Meg and I discuss the story of how the idea fo…
 
Welcome! In today's episode, I get vulnerable in sharing my journey last year in taking a break from alcohol. It was something I had wanted to do for quite some time and yet the fear of not having my nightly wine kept me from taking action. What you'll discover... The synchronicities behind my leap into a 90 day reset. The 4 things that quickly cha…
 
Brian Joseph, Distinguished University Professor of Linguistics and the Kenneth E. Naylor Professor of South Slavic Languages and Linguistics, studies historical linguistics; the history of the Greek language; language contact; Greek, Albanian, and Balkan linguistics; and Sanskrit. He's especially interested in the way that the similar experiences …
 
In today's episode, I share with you my tried and true morning routine that when completed sets me up for a fantastic day. If you are craving more flow to your day, creating tiny rituals throughout is a great way to start. Your morning coffee, walking the dog, making dinner, etc are all rituals and when we are present with them our lives become mor…
 
Carolina Lopez-Ruiz, professor of classics, studies ancient Greek literature and classical mythology, and Greek and Near Eastern interaction and colonization. She strives to show that this period was more than just traditional Greek influences, with many cultures interacting and influencing each other.…
 
In today's episode, I share my tried and true decluttering process for creating more ease in life along with a few nuggets from Jay Shetty's book called Live Like A Monk. Highlights of today's episode: Why the "woo woo" isn't something to laugh at when decluttering your living space. When we tell ourselves outdated and limiting stories about oursel…
 
Today, we speak with Myk Likhov – an entrepreneur, widely recognized expert in the wellness industry and founder of Modern ŌM, Miami’s one-stop soul shop for mindful living. On today’s episode we learn about Myk’s unlikely path to where he is today, balancing between the dueling forces one encounters while running a successful business in the spiri…
 
Zhengyu Liu is the Max Thomas Professor of Climate Dynamics in the department of geography. His areas of expertise include climate change, Earth systems modeling, and climate dynamics. He discusses how scientists can have confidence in their predictions about the future of climate on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
In this week's episode, I share a few "A-HA" moments during a morning walk with the dogs. Moments that reminded me how the experience of life is oftentimes based upon the lens through which we view it. If you are in a bit of a rut feeling you want to be doing something different, living somewhere else, or just stepping into a different life, hopefu…
 
Paul Reitter, professor of Germanic languages and literatures, studies German-Jewish culture, the history of higher education, modernism, and critical theory, among other areas. His most recent book, coauthored with Chad Wellmon, is Permanent Crisis: The Humanities in a Disenchanted Age, which examines the long history of the Humanities being descr…
 
In today's episode, I interview my friend Lisa Brazeau from Rejuvenate With Yoga about how yoga changed her life. I have attended her classes and love how she explains things so well and takes you through the poses methodically and with purpose. You can join her virtual classes by clicking here. Highlights of today's episode: How the starting point…
 
Miranda Martinez, an associate professor in the department of comparative studies, researches race and public policy and economic, sociological, and cultural economies, among other areas. She looks at the impact of financial coaching in communities of color and how having an automated monthly savings plan can be a significant benefit over having to…
 
On this episode we speak with Camilo Rojas, internationally acclaimed creative whose work can be found at different locations all over Miami. Today, we not only get a sneak peek behind his creative process, but also hear about the moments that have most shaped who he today. From washing cars for money to funny anecdotes of his early school years ma…
 
I finished another book and it was a good one! "The Courage To Be Disliked" by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga. I laughed when my friend gave it to me for Christmas - she knows me well! In this episode I cover: What they claim is the key to happiness. What happens when you know you are truly free. Why viewing everyone as comrades vs. adversaries i…
 
Declan Smithies, professor and director of philosophy graduate studies, researches what it means to know something and to have consciousness. His book The Epistemic Role of Consciousness, argues that consciousness gives humans knowledge of the external world and that without consciousness, we wouldn't know anything. Since a dog can know whether the…
 
In this episode, I end the four-part series based on Don Miguel Ruiz's book, The Four Agreements. Highlights of today's show: The sweet spot between perfectionism and feeling stuck. Why good enough is simply good enough. How the awareness of NOT doing our best is the key to actually doing our best. If you'd like to learn more about cultivating cont…
 
Dana Howard, assistant professor of philosophy with an appointment in the Ohio State Center for Bioethics, researches medical care, often in palliative and internal medicine, to discover how information is shared and decisions reached. She shares her research with David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
W. Berry Lyons, professor and distinguished university scholar in the Ohio State School of Earth Sciences, was born and raised in the sunny state of Florida, but much of his career has been focused on the decidedly colder Antarctic, where he's researched the impact of climate and climate change on the McMurdo Dry Valleys, the continent's largest ic…
 
In this episode, I chat with my friend and executive coach (and also the person who introduced me to The Four Agreements!) Jane Gaynor. We have a fun conversation about life, work, and how Don Miguel Ruiz's little book can transform your life, your relationships, and your inner peace. Highlights of our discussion... Why the power of curiosity can t…
 
Professor of anthropology Mark Hubbe studies modern human dispersion with a special emphasis on the settlement of South America. He joins host David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence to discuss how the Americas were inhabited, what makes archeological evidence for human settlements controversial, and what methods are used to explore these …
 
In today's podcast, I share with you a mantra I wish I had mastered years ago... and am still working towards! It's the second in a four-part episode series based on Don Miguel Ruiz's book, "The Four Agreements." What you will discover: Why caring about what other people think of you is a form of selfishness. How to find a sacred space within yours…
 
Professor Katherine Borst Jones, professor of flute and chair of orchestral instruments in the School of Music, not only commissions new musical works but performs them as well. She shares with David Staley, host of Voices of Excellence. https://www.facebook.com/osumusic https://www.facebook.com/ohiostateflutestudio http://www.twitter.com/OhioState…
 
In this episode, I speak with career coach Kate Hammond on why networking doesn't have to be scary! Oftentimes, especially for introverts, tooting your own horn or asking for help is not always the easiest thing to do. What you'll discover... Why finding a mentor isn't always the best route. A 5-minute trick that is easy and effective. How networki…
 
Daniel Wozniak, professor of microbial infection and immunity and microbiology, studies bacterial pathogenesis and gene regulation. He joins David Staley to discuss his research that seeks to determine how bacteria live in human hosts and what kinds of treatment can stop their growth. Listen to the latest on Voices of Excellence…
 
In today's podcast, I share with you one strategy that has saved me so much time, energy, and needless drama this week! It's the first in a four-part episode series based on Don Miguel Ruiz's book, "The Four Agreements." What you will discover: The double-edged sword we all possess that can heal or hurt How the poison of gossip actually harms the p…
 
Professor Darla Munroe, chair of the Department of Geography, studies land economics and human geography, with a focus on human environment interactions at a landscape level. She joins David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence, to discuss her work on the forests of southeast Ohio and the methodological distinctions between economists and geo…
 
In this episode, I explore the downfalls of rushing through our days and essentially our lives... and some "out of the box" ways to rest, refuel, and recharge. What you'll discover: Why hugging a tree isn't as goofy as you might think! The power of sound in grounding your body and mind. A magical thing we do every day that if used wisely, can cente…
 
Yuri Kovchegov, professor of physics at The Ohio State University, studies quantum chromodynamics at high energy and nuclear theory and was recently named to the 2020 class of Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He breaks down some of the intricacies of quantum mechanics with David Staley on this week's Voices of Exc…
 
Associate professor in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures Jennifer Suchland is a 2020 Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Scholars and Society Fellow. She describes how the role of scholars in society is also the role of education in society, especia…
 
In today's episode I share my favorite parts of Pamela Keogh's book, What Would Audrey Do? I've always loved Audrey's style and even more her warmth, vulnerability, and compassion. She is a role model in so many ways and I was so touched when a friend years ago gave me this book for Christmas. It has always held a prominent spot in my home and I'm …
 
This week's episode of the Tranquility Talk Podcast was inspired by a lot of the overwhelm going on in the world these days. As a sensitive soul, I hope you find today's 10 tips helpful in nurturing your precious energy. Highlights of today's show include: *The truth behind being "the nicest person ever" in the crowd. *Why protecting your energy is…
 
This week's episode is all about letting go of perfection, worry, and overwhelm in 2021 and embracing contentment, resiliency, and coziness. RATE & REVIEW THE PODCAST BETWEEN NOW AND FEBRUARY 1st & YOU'LL BE ENTERED INTO A DRAWING TO WIN... The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking Items referenced on the show... Cultivate What Matters Goal Planner T…
 
Join me as I speak with stylist Jenny O’Donnell about what it means to really get up, dress up, and show up to life each day. I love the tools that she shares and I hope you do too! Between podcasts, join me over on Facebook in a private community called Tranquility Talk where I host a free show each week around creating more beauty and ease in you…
 
What if you could do it all over? How would your life be different? How would YOU be different? In this episode, I share personal stories, tips on time traveling, and unexpected treasures of inspiration just waiting to be discovered. Items referenced during the episode: The Midnight Library https://www.midnightlibrarypod.com/ Haflinger Clogs https:…
 
I walked to the kitchen this morning and was grateful for two things... 1. That I washed the dishes last night but a few items were still left dirty in the sink. 2. That the dining room table was taken over by a puzzle. Funny how it's the little things lately that bring joy. The thing is, for so long my home had to be perfect. If you walked through…
 
When dance professor Susan Van Pelt Petry began working from home due to the pandemic, her interest in staying hopeful as an artist led her to begin creating 19 choreographed videos, aka 19ChoreOVIDs, a play on COVID-19. She describes these videos and more of her work with David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence…
 
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