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Ultimate Sports Parent Radio (www.youthsportspsychology.com), which aims to instill confidence and success in child and teen athletes, interviews coaches, parents, authors, professors and others about how to identify and overcome mental game challenges in sports. Hosted by Lisa Cohn. co-founder of the Ultimate Sports Parent and Kids' Sports Psychology.
 
Golf Psychology Podcast - Mental Game Sessions with Doc is a podcast for serious golfers who want to improve their mental game performance. Hosted by Dr. Patrick Cohn of Peak Performance Sports, the golf psychology podcast allows junior, collegiate, amateur, and professional golfers to ask Dr. Cohn a question on golf psychology or the mental game of golf.
 
Make more sales and earn higher commissions by learning directly from real estate's top performers! Counting more than four-million downloads from over 100 countries, Real Estate Rockstars is the industry’s most trusted, most popular podcast. With a new guest on each episode, you’ll learn from up-and-coming agents, seasoned brokers, real estate investors, and more. Robert Kiyosaki, Barbara Corcoran, and Ryan Serhant are just a few of the many notable guests who have shared their industry exp ...
 
Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
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Unless it’s a spectacle, we don’t see it on screens. But as our guest author Andrea Press spells out in her new co-authored book Media-Ready Feminism and Everyday Sexism, everyday sexism is just accepted. The Me Too movement originated in The post How TV, Movies, and Social Media Maintain Invisible Sexism appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Still wondering what it takes to make good money in real estate? In this highlight show, we share several agents' unique strategies for bringing in more business. Plus, we brought back the original Real Estate Rockstar, Pat Hiban, for special episode 1000. Catch up with Pat and get some great real estate tips right here. Visit hibandigital.com/tool…
 
“‘Opposite sex’ is a phantom concept—nobody lives it.” So says our guest author Kathryn Bond Stockton. Her new book Gender(s) argues that what seem like obvious genital distinctions are in reality incomplete. When children are born, it’s like parents “lower The post Simplistic Binary Genders is Cultural Fortification and Wrong appeared first on Kee…
 
Lawrence Bartley was just 17-years-old when he was charged and sentenced to 27 years to life following a movie theater shoot-out. Gunfire erupted after the group that he was with exchanged insults with another crew of moviegoers. According to the prosecutor, Lawrence’s bullet was the one that hit and killed an innocent 15-year-old boy. Filled with …
 
How do you play just as well in matches as you do in your practice? In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Michele. Here's what Michele had to say about his game: "Why can’t I play as good in matches as I do in practice? What can I do to consistently play as well in matches a…
 
Stan Ponte started his real estate career as a leasing agent but was never one to shy away from new opportunities. When the opportunity to sell luxury real estate presented itself, he jumped on it. Now, 22 years later, Stan is one of New York City’s most successful luxury specialists, consistently ranking among Manhattan’s top agents by sales volum…
 
Often, girls and young women compare themselves to their teammates or opponents, which hurts their confidence in sports. Mothers also compare their daughters to others in their sport, creating additional challenges for the girls, says Breanne Smedley, a certified female athlete Confidence Coach who works to empower female athletes.…
 
Are you sick of spending thousands of dollars on low-quality leads? Instead of chasing down prospects, wouldn’t you rather help clients who are already eager to work with you? On today’s podcast, Realtor Cody Steck talks about how he created a free funnel for high-quality leads on YouTube. Listen and learn how to build a channel that brings in seri…
 
Pat Buchanan was ahead of his time. He used the KKK’s David Duke to breed a new nativist religious nationalism, based on fear of liberalization. On this show political science professor Joseph Lowndes sheds light on how the Republican Party The post Violent Authoritarianism: How Did This Become the GOP? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney has more than 100 credits as a producer, director and writer. Throughout his storied career, he’s been the driving force behind titles like “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room” and “Dirty Money,” a Netflix docuseries about corruption. Most recently, he ventured outside of the visual realm to direct Meltdown, a …
 
Starting a new career in real estate? There’s a good chance you’ll be working with buyers. On today’s show, Calvin Pringles shares the strategies that helped him succeed as a brand-new buyer’s agent. Listen and learn how to win deals from your sphere, how to convert hot leads, and how to qualify buyer clients. Use the tips Calvin shares in this int…
 
How can one have optimum performance at your job when you have to hide your identity? There was fear of disruption by having openly trans troops in our military. But the truth is the only disruption was from people in The post Why the Fear of Trans Troops in the Military? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
In early November, Zillow unexpectedly pulled the plug on its iBuyer business. What happened? On today’s podcast with Kimberlee Meserve, we explore several possible reasons behind Zillow Offers shutting down. Is Zillow predicting a housing market crash, or was their aggressive home-buying strategy simply unsustainable? Find out on today’s State of …
 
It’s easy to be all for cutting “waste” in the Pentagon budget but that enables continuing plans to spend 7.5 trillion over ten years. And on what? Could shoveling money to the military make us less secure? On this show The post Slice A Trillion From Defense: Bring Greater Security? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Representative Ilhan Omar was just eight years old when her life turned upside down. After an armed compound attack, her family fled Mogadishu, and ultimately ended up in a refugee camp in Kenya. It was there that she experienced the reality that hundreds of millions of refugees worldwide endure. After an intense vetting and interview process, her …
 
How do you let go of being frustrated with hitting a bad shot or missing? In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Tammy. Here's what Tammy had to say about his game: "How can I let go of felling so frustrated when I miss shots? I’m a 3.5 player and love the game. When others m…
 
In this sports psychology podcast, Dr. Cohn helps parents understand when their athletes should quit sports. Here is the question, Dr. Cohn answers in this episode: BETH: I am struggling to figure out if I should quit basketball. I get stressed before every game and practice. I find myself making excuses not to go. This is the only sport I play, an…
 
Are you considering a career change? Today’s guest, Shelby Osborne, decided to get out of the military and into real estate. Since making the switch, Shelby’s found more freedom, made more money, and has had the chance to help other veterans achieve their homeownership goals. Listen and learn about getting started in real estate as an agent and as …
 
We just hit a HUGE milestone: 1,000 episodes! To celebrate, we brought back the show’s founder, Pat Hiban, for a special interview. Tune in and catch up with the original Real Estate Rockstar! Pat shares what he’s been up to and what he thinks about today’s insanely competitive markets. Plus, we revisit our previous discussion on coronavirus’ impac…
 
They’ve save countless human lives in many wars. Military working dogs have a new monument at the Navy Memorial in Washington DC and it’s about time. Dogs are an essential asset deserving recognition. On this show first up is 20 The post Remembering the Dogs on Veterans Day appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
When parents and their young athletes gain some understanding of how the nervous system works, they can better cope with fight, flight and freeze reactions. Sports performance consultant Pomai Miyata explains that nervous energy can be helpful. But when kids freeze, their nervous system is working against them. She gives tips for helping kids who t…
 
The Hart-Celler Immigration Act of 1965 lifted a century of restrictions against Asian immigration to the United States. And while not necessarily appreciated at the time, it inaugurated a sea change in American society, setting the nation on the course towards multicultural democracy. Asian Americans now represent the fastest growing demographic g…
 
This GoBundance special features two segments with two inspirational guests. First, motivational speaker Craig Valentine outlines how to influence an audience through the power of storytelling. After that, financial columnist Morgan Housel explains how to get—and stay—rich. Other episode highlights include Craig’s coaching journey with former Real …
 
Claiming the election was stolen, “angry loyalists storming the building while overwhelmed security guards gave way. The slavishly loyal vice-president who would, the president hoped, restore him to power.” Sound familiar? This was 1986 in Manila. Author and history professor The post He Knows a Coup When He Sees One appeared first on Keeping Democ…
 
Thinking about quitting your current job for a new career in real estate? Sara Denig did just that, and she didn’t leave just any job behind; she was a nurse practitioner! On today’s show, Sara and her husband, Matt Denig, join us to discuss the challenges, and benefits, that come with making a life-changing career move. Hear why the freedom of rea…
 
TV weathermen often show up as among the most trusted members of the media and almost no one on earth is as good at it or as well-known as Al Roker. Born to a working-class family in Queens, Roker found his way into TV and then meteorology and has become one of the more prominent voices in the country on the totalizing effects of climate change. In…
 
Are you the tennis player that tends to worry about double-faulting and thus go ahead and execute that double fault? In this week's tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from John. Here's what John had to say about his game: "I don’t have confidence in my ability to make serves. I worry about m…
 
Do you ever wonder how athletes maintain their level of positivity even if things are not what they are expecting them to be? In this week's golf psychology session, mental game of golf expert and author of The Mental Game of Golf, Dr. Cohn, responds to a question from Dan who had this to say about his game: "I feel nervous before the round and on …
 
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