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The science of communication and the language of spiritual experience. Life stories and goals and dreams come to life in this high content podcast with Yogi Chris De Vilbiss, PhD (9thlimb.com) and many others including Yuriy Verbishchuk, Akash Inti Katakam, Bryan Casella, Vince Kelvin, Arash Dibazar, Frank White, and many other guests.
 
Welcome to Hashing Out the Law. On each episode a different guest and our host, Arash Hashemi, will discuss the law, its evolution, adaptation and application throughout time. As well as how the law plays a part in our everyday lives. *Disclaimer - The materials on this Podcast are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information from this Podcast without seeking advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction. Neit ...
 
The world is changing at an absurd pace. This means the business world too. And with the speed comes a great opportunity for anyone with an internet connection. Using the latest and greatest digital marketing tools, we can generate revenues faster than ever. I'll show you what I do, and what other's do, to make it happen.
 
ORCAstrated Podcast is a new network from BrickToYaFace. The POD consist of:- ORCAstrated Podcast hosted by rapper Noa James and co-owner of BrickToYaFace Media and his life/business partner, Lesa J. Music, interviews and news covering the world of the independent artist. - Womyn's WAV is hosted by Lesa J., Erica, Yessenia, Elenor Lucille & Amavida. Pushing the idea of women empowerment, motivation & connection!Brought to you by PlatformCollection.com & BrickToYaFace.com
 
Are you getting all you want from your sales and leadership career? Do you want to feel more connected in your career? Do you want to feel more confident when speaking to others? Invincible Success with Mark Steel is dedicated to ensuring salespeople, leaders, and anyone that speaks to others will Sell with Confident, Lead with Purpose, and Speak with Impact. Take your self-development to new heights by learning to take steps every day to grow and succeed. This podcast will discuss effective ...
 
Questionnaire is a weekly interview podcast in which one artist, writer or curator (etc.) will share their answers to a small group of questions via email, which will be then recorded for your listening pleasure. Expect people from a mixture of backgrounds and locals, with a definite focus those from the bay area, especially Oakland.
 
You know him from Professor Dave Explains, now it's time for Professor Dave to debate! Each episode features an expert in a particular field, with whom Dave will debate opposing views, or at least play devil's advocate, regarding a specific topic. A rotating comedian guest will sometimes moderate the heavier episodes just to keep things light. Whether Dave and the expert end up in agreement or disagreement, there'll be plenty to learn, and much fun to be had!
 
The D&D Fitness Radio podcast is the culmination of more than 50 years of elite coaching experience in sport, fitness and health by two individuals at the top of their professions: Don Saladino and Derek M. Hansen. Don and Derek speak with the world's top experts and performers to bring you the best information to enhance your health, wellness and human performance.
 
The DMZ is one of Canada’s largest business incubators for emerging tech startups. The top-ranked university incubator in Canada and fifth in the world, it helps startups succeed by connecting them with customers, advisors, influencers and other entrepreneurs. It’s a space and community that encourages, supports and fosters new technologies that transform lives and businesses.
 
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In Episode 088, Don and Derek sit down with elite bodybuilding competitor and influencer, Arash Rahbar. Arash begins by telling us about his development as a bodybuilding and the evolution of his career. However, Arash makes a much needed deep dive into the importance of both nutrition and mental focus in the development of an elite physique. Arash…
 
On Iran at the End of History.When the US assassinated Iran's 'shadow commander', Qassem Soleimani, everyone thought WW3 would break out. What happened instead? We talk to the author of a new book on Soleimani about the "local boy who made it", and look at how Soleimani masterminded Iran's interventions all over the region. We also discuss how the …
 
On the Covid election. Trump has made himself deeply unpopular while the Democrats have tried to demobilise the electorate. What, if anything, are the two parties selling? Are they coherent entities? And what is likely to happen? Plus: we discuss a potential political realignment in process and what foreign policy would look like under a Biden pres…
 
Full episode for subscribers only. Go to patreon.com/bungacast We start off by discussing the beheading of a French teacher for having shown his pupils the Mohammed cartoons in a class on free speech. Then we discuss your points, questions and criticisms from September and October (on class politics, antifa, Covid, unemployment and more). Finally, …
 
Full episode is for subscribers only. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacast On the Covid election. Trump has made himself deeply unpopular while the Democrats have tried to demobilise the electorate. What, if anything, are the two parties selling? Are they coherent entities? And what is likely to happen? Plus: we discuss a potential political realignmen…
 
In Episode 087, Don and Derek take a bit of time to ask, “How are you doing?” With all of the unprecedented things happening in the world today, we often forget to ask each other if everything is okay on a personal level. Businesses are closing, jobs are being lost, friends and family are being impacted by health concerns and we have less opportuni…
 
On the country of the future. Italy has stagnated for 30 years, becoming a neoliberal gerontocracy with crumbling infrastructure (sound familiar?). Worse, it's a country without a Left. How did the populist right come to triumph? What is the relationship between high emigration and hostility to immigration? And how were the seeds sown 30 years ago …
 
Rape episode, controversial as it is, touchy as I may be for some, this is the nature of the human species. Rape exists in all cultures across all times, and men (not boys) in society (not in prisons) are not at any real risk of being raped, but women are. This has evolved a gender difference in behavior due to the need for a sense of safety partic…
 
Full episode is for subscribers only. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacast On why anti-fascism is a problem. The Trump presidency and the current protests in the US have led many to argue this is just like the 1930s. The implication is that fascism is rising and the Left must join up with liberals to oppose this evil. Why is this historical analogy so …
 
On class. Class as an idea and an identity is now supposedly redundant. It’s been replaced by conflicts between generations and transcended by more up-to-date identities linking people together through common experiences of victimhood and inequality, rather than along lines related to production or power. Or is it? We discuss these questions with B…
 
We speak to Asieh Namdar, a news anchor at CGTN America and a former anchor at CNN, about immigrating to the U.S. as a child in the height of the 1979 revolution and the hostage crisis in Iran, being one of the first Iranian-Americans on television, and dealing with toxic attacks on journalists online. (Music by 127) --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
Episode for patrons $10+. Subscribe at patreon.com/bungacast This month we discuss Polish economist Michal Kalecki's landmark essay, "Political Aspects of Full Employment". This follows on from our recent free episode, 'It's Not Robots, It's Capitalism' (ep 149) focusing on unemployment. Kalecki anticipated both the Keynesian postwar settlement as …
 
Dr. Kristin Nord, Program Director of the Stanford Dermatology Residency, joins us on our show to talk about her path to medicine and dermatology. We also learn about wellness, a vitally important aspect of thriving (not just surviving) in our jobs and lives. (Spoiler alert: we reveal the meaning behind JOMO) Follow us on: iTunes: https://itunes.ap…
 
In Episode 086, we talk heart rate monitoring for general health and fitness with John Lally of Firstbeat Technologies. Wearable technology is becoming more and more a part of everyone’s life, monitoring all aspects of health, wellness and fitness. But when it comes to heart rate, there are still a lot of unanswered questions about how to not only …
 
On unemployment. The Covid crisis has led to millions out of work - but the situation was none too rosy before, either. Post-crisis recoveries seem increasingly 'jobless', while the overall labour force participation rate keeps falling as people drop out entirely. We interview to Liz Pancotti of Employ America for a picture of what's driving US une…
 
Are you a leader, executive, salesperson, or entrepreneur looking to generate more sales? In this new virtual economy, are you looking to still engage and move your customer to act? Lynne Franklin has been a thought-leader in persuasive communication for over 20 years. She is a professional speaker, author, and coach who works with organizations to…
 
Full episode is for subscribers only. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacast On Brexit negotiations and state aid; on pandemic policies and confirmation bias; and on Beethoven and access to high culture. Readings: Of moonshots and bus subsidies: How state aid became a Brexit deal-breaker, The Economist (attached in patreon) Sweden’s Covid-19 experiment h…
 
We speak to Hadi Ghaemi, founder and Executive Director of the Center for Human Rights in Iran, about the execution of a young wrestler named Navid Afkari in Iran, ongoing protests against the government, how the state is using violence to crack down on protesters, and human rights violations in the Islamic Republic since the eve of the 1979 revolu…
 
Holistic review. Preference signaling. Application caps. Have you wondered how these buzzwords relate to the residency application process? In this episode, Dr. Ilana Rosman, Program Director of the Washington University dermatology residency and Twitter #MedEd thought-leader (@ilanarosman), talks to us about ideas for improving the application pro…
 
In Episode 085, Don and Derek have the pleasure of speaking with functional range and mobility pioneer, Dr. Andreo Spina. Dr. Spina starts off with a discussion around the term ‘mobility’ and how he defines it within his treatment system and his educational courses. He even touches on the approach to his own personal health and fitness. The discuss…
 
We speak to Jamal Abdi, president of the National Iranian American Council, about political participation in the Trump era and why the largest Iranian-American grassroots organization decided to endorse Biden for President. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/su…
 
On modernism and its end. We're joined by 2020 Pulitzer Prize winner Benjamin Moser to discuss the tensions between hating your national culture and wanting to leave it behind, and the effacement of national culture by postmodern homogenisation. We talk about his biography of Susan Sontag, plus a range of other questions: Brazil, USA, literature, a…
 
In Episode 084, Don and Derek discuss the elephant in the room and the impact of ageing on their exercise routines. We are all ageing and there is not stopping that process. It’s no surprise that exercising when you are in your twenties looks a lot different than when you are in your forties or fifties. While Don and Derek may still be in great phy…
 
This is an excerpt. For the full episode, sign up at patreon.com/bungacast On class. Class as an idea and an identity is now supposedly redundant. It’s been replaced by conflicts between generations and transcended by more up-to-date identities linking people together through common experiences of victimhood and inequality, rather than along lines …
 
We continue on the topic of running as a means of improving and maintaining fitness in Episode 083 with our guest, Steve Magness. We tap into Steve’s knowledge of all things running but most importantly we discuss his expertise in the area of middle- and long-distance running. Some key areas of discussion include heart rate monitoring, evaluation o…
 
On political decline and realignment. The editor of American Affairs joins us to discuss the decay of conservatism and we ask whether this decay doesn't apply to other parts of the political spectrum too. Is today's 'class struggle' really just between the upper-middle class and the elite? And we discuss the 'late-Soviet' USA - the sense of decline…
 
In Episode 082, we jump back on the topic of running as part of a health and fitness plan, particularly for people who do not have access to a gym facility for weightlifting and conventional cardio training. Specifically, we discuss Derek’s virtual program that focuses on a sprint-based approach to building strength, power, speed and general runnin…
 
Ujjayi relaxation and oxygen transfer. All pranayama done with ujjayi breathing and this stimulates your vagus nerve. Then distend your lower belly and diaphragm breathing and use your pelvic floor to rejuvinate your spinal fluid. Now you can remove the inertia of your actions in your spinal fluid reflexes. Less free is your reluctance in life. Med…
 
In this special episode recorded on Instagram LIVE we spoke to Behdad Esfahbod, an Iranian-Canadian computer engineer who has worked for Facebook and Google. Behdad was arrested on a personal trip to Iran and was pressured by the IRGC to spy for them. He was imprisoned and put in solitary confinement for one week and asked about internet freedom an…
 
This episode is for patrons only. Subscribe at patreon.com/bungacast We discuss a chapter taken from James Heartfield's "The 'Death of the Subject' Explained", which was recently republished in Damage Magazine as The New Social Movements Against the Old Left Thanks for all your questions and points, we address them in the last third of the episode.…
 
For the 86th episode of NEOHUMAN, Agah is chatting with Rizwan Virk. A graduate of MIT and Stanford, Rizwan is a successful entrepreneur, video game pioneer, film producer, venture capitalist and bestselling author. His software products have been used by the largest enterprises in the world, and his mobile games, including Tap Fish and Penny Dread…
 
The full episode is for patrons only. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacastIn this semi-regular slot, we respond to your comments and criticisms received over the past month or so. Discussion features whether we're right about the "end of the End of History", social conservatism, policing in America, British declinism, the use and misuses of Islamism, a…
 
Last week, I was thrilled to release "Invincible Success: Sell with Confidence, Lead with Purpose, & Speak with Impact!" In this episode, I share key lessons I learned from the writing and launch process. If you are considering authoring a book, this episode will help you understand what's involved. What went well, what didn't, etc. The goal is to …
 
We speak with Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute on how Obama’s diplomacy with Iran succeeded, why Trump has not been able to bring Iran to the negotiating table, and how a Biden administration should engage with Iran. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theiranpodcast/suppor…
 
For the 85th episode of NEOHUMAN, Agah is chatting with Peter Ludlow. Peter, who also writes under the pseudonym Urizenus Sklar, is an American philosopher of language. He is noted for interdisciplinary work on the interface of linguistics and philosophy, and has worked on the application of analytic philosophy of language to topics in epistemology…
 
In Episode 081, we visit again with Dr. Pat Davidson. Pat has been busier than ever during the global pandemic, setting up his new training concept at Hype Gym in New York City’s Union Square, offering courses in all things strength, fitness and performance, and writing a comprehensive book on training. And at the same time, Pat still finds time to…
 
Vince “Hollywood” Kelvin (http://facebook.com/vincekelvin) and I dialogue after our Hollywood California weekend immersion. Talking points include: 1. Find someone you admire outside of their spiritual practice. You can recognize the qualities in other people that you admire because those qualities are within you. 2. Spiritual practices are essenti…
 
When you are Invincible in your career, you will double your sales, inspire your team, and engage every audience you speak to. All of this is waiting for you in the new book, launching today. Hear how this book shares the sales and leadership secrets developed during a 14-year career at Microsoft that led to over $1 billion in sales. Plus, it conta…
 
On US foreign policy. Following on from our episode on the political-economy of dollar hegemony (no. 139), we turn to look at how the dollar underpins American empire. Is 'permawar' a product of structural factors, rather than merely the result of poor policy decisions? And how is this related to the global financial architecture? We also discuss h…
 
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