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Cognitive and emotional biases can have a big impact on your financial life. Each episode of Financial Decoder looks closely at one financial decision--and the biases that might cloud your judgment and cost you money. Host Mark Riepe, head of the Schwab Center for Financial Research, decodes the behavioral and psychological factors at play and shares strategies designed to improve the way you approach financial crossroads. Other experts join Mark to provide their unique perspective on behavi ...
 
We debunk myths, urban legends, and clear up misconceptions, by looking at the facts of history, science, math, and stories in an entertaining, yet still educational way. Our Podcast episodes are 5-15 minutes long, suitable for kids and adults of all ages. Episodes are Monday through Friday available on all podcast platforms so you can always count on learning something new and being entertained during your week.
 
Are you ready to drink less and change your relationship with alcohol forever? Successful women everywhere are drinking more alcohol more frequently. Society tells us that drinking is a normal way to handle stress and anxiety and is a fun, easy way to reward ourselves at the end of a long day. But drinking too much keeps us from living the healthy, connected, joyful life we really want. Every day Dr. Sherry Price helps women transform their desire to drink with simple, powerful, cognitive-ba ...
 
We're on the quest to uncover the world's greatest thoughts. By collecting ideas from a wide range of disciplines, we're piecing together the framework each person should develop to live a curious and exciting life. We don't stop there. Without doing, thoughts are worthless. We share with you exciting new hobbies and adventures to inspire you to challenge yourself to tackle new things. Over time these thoughts and activities stack on top of each other, creating a stronger you and a better co ...
 
The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
 
In the Outsmart Your Instincts Podcast, host Adam Hansen explores what’s going on—under the radar—with non-conscious instincts (aka Cognitive Biases) that trip up innovation, and points towards some effective ways around them. He talks to some of the best and brightest in the world of innovation to explore how Cognitive Biases affect our work, and how we can all learn a new way to think.
 
UXPodcast™ is a twice-monthly digital design podcast - hosted by James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom - sharing insights about business, technology, people and society since 2011. We want to push the boundaries of how user experience is perceived and boost your confidence in the work you do.
 
Want to get buy-in for your content marketing strategy? Looking for ways to better track your ROI? Join Fractl Marketing Director Amanda Milligan as she interviews top marketing experts to unveil the answers to one of the toughest questions in our industry: How do we prove the value of our work? [This podcast was formerly Ask Amanda About Marketing. In these earlier episodes, you can listen to answers to some of the most common digital marketing questions!]
 
Deliver It is a podcast for agile Product Owners. Hosted by Cory Bryan and guests bring their experience and ideas on how to improve the role and techniques they use to deliver value within an agile framework. The show brings together relevant news, discussion, around a central topic and your feedback in a fun and supportive way.
 
Converging Dialogues is a podcast that is designed to have honest and authentic conversations with a diversity of thoughts and opinions. Wide-ranging topics include philosophy, psychology, politics, and social commentary. A spirit of civility, respect, and open-mindedness is the guiding compass. Views expressed by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the host or associated parties. Original music and production: Luke Francis | Design: Gaby Bonilla
 
Fed up with ‘dusty’ ‘old’ ‘boring’ self development podcasts? Then you need SHARP! We help you sharpen your saw so you can get better at the stuff you have to do, freeing up more time to spend on the things you want to do. We do it with humour, quality, great resource and NEVER taking ourselves too seriously. Getting better doesn’t have to be boring!
 
Amazing digital experiences don’t just happen. They are purposefully created by artists and engineers, who strategically and creatively get to know the problem, configure a solution, and maneuver through the various dynamics, hurdles, and technicalities to make it a reality. Hosts Sean and Paul will discuss various elements that go into creating and managing software products, from building user personas to designing for trackable success. No topic is off-limits if it helps inspire and build ...
 
Join Coach Simona, a certified Life Coach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Practitioner, and author of the book "111 Ways to Simplify Your Life", as she explores new ways to simplify life by rewiring your brain. The podcast focuses on bite-sized tips, coaching techniques, and CBT tools to slow down your mind and enjoy all life has to offer.
 
The language experts from maslansky + partners take on the smartest, savviest, and sometimes stupidest messages in the market today. CEO Michael Maslansky and President Lee Carter bring their experience with words, communication, and behavioral science to the table — along with a colleague or two — and offer up a "lay of the language." Their insight helps make sense of business, life, and culture, and proves over and over again that It's Not What You Say, It's What They Hear.
 
From the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Pomegranate Health is an award-winning podcast about the culture of medicine. We ask how doctors make difficult clinical and ethical decisions, how doctor-patient communication can be improved, and how can health delivery be made more equitable. Find out more at the website of www.racp.edu.au/podcastGet in touch via podcast@racp.edu.au
 
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Understanding cognitive biases and how they impact communications can help you build a better case with organizations, and relay stronger messaging. Spin Sucks founder Gini Dietrich breaks down the different types of cognitive biases, and how understanding them can help in all areas of communication as marketers.…
 
After a short break, the Arbitration Station is back with escalation clauses (aka multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses or cooling off-clauses) [TIME 10:57], followed by an interview with Leonor Díaz-Córdova and Natalie Hall about cognitive bias in arbitral decision-making, the subject of an upcoming article of theirs [TIME 38:53]. Happy Fun Time…
 
Fat loss IS like your bank balance. And it is for all the reasons people don’t like this analogy People don’t tend to like the comparison between your bank balance and your calorie balance. The common argument is that it is an oversimplification. Let me tell you why I think it is a useful analogy and explore some of the very similar cognitive biase…
 
What leads decision makers to decide to implement or scale up a program? Research evidence may be one factor, but, as we know, lots of other factors can play in as well. Three of those factors are what are called cognitive biases, including confirmation bias, status quo bias and bandwagon bias. Understanding them can help public leaders make better…
 
Whenever we're confronted with new information (see: the internet), we tend to use cognitive shortcuts to try and make sense of it all. But as we reconfigure that information to fit our understanding of reality (or choose to dismiss it entirely), we can arrive at totally false conclusions.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
It is important for communicators to understand how our cognitive biases and assumptions affect the messages we're sending to our different audiences. On this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about empathy and compassion in our communications.By Gini Dietrich, Founder of Spin Sucks
 
Is it possible to persuade folks to take the COVID-19 vaccine? In this week's edition of HearSay, Michael and Lee talk to colleague and pharma expert Sarah Hendry about the unique challenges in getting people vaccinated. They touch on cognitive biases at play, past healthcare experience that may impact today’s hesitancy, missed opportunities at som…
 
In today’s podcast episode, I’m going to share with you cognitive biases examples. And we’ll specifically dive deeper into one of the most common cognitive biases called labeling. ⚜️ ENROLLMENT OPENS IN 2021! SIGN UP FOR THE WAITLIST - https://coachsimona.com/waitlist ❤️ CREATE A LIFE YOU WON'T NEED AN ESCAPE FROM – https://coachsimona.com/book ⭐️ …
 
Today we look at the deadliest surgery in history but we also look at the man who performed it, Robert Liston. We'll take a quick look at his accomplishments and a couple of other surgeries that didn't go so well. If you have a question you want us to research, send an email to Factschology@gmail.com And if you like the show, give us a rating, leav…
 
Scott Berkun joins us to talk about how design makes the world. Everything in your life has been designed by someone, and this insight is a powerful way to understand the world, and everything that happens. In his book, Scott tries give designers better stories, better language, better metaphors, to explain what we do – and explain why it’s importa…
 
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Laura Wallace about source bias, trustworthiness, attitudes, and persuasion. They discuss what sources are and how bias is defined. They talk about perceived bias and its importance along with the spillover effect into other areas for a person. They mention the difference between biases and opinio…
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathetlic.com/spinrate Drew and baseball analytics writer for The Athletic, Eno Sarris, have a substantive conversation about...substances...on MLB's new baseballs (5:00). Eno discerns new and existing substances used on balls and how they may influence the league's regulations. New substances are,…
 
Commit to 6 Q&A Shona, Andy and Emma cover: How to deal with days that throw a spanner in the works Can you prep for a bodybuilding show without impacting your relationship with food? Should you say yes more? The best training splits Setpoint theory unilateral exercises and fixing imbalances And much more! To join commit to 6 head to: www.ESGfitnes…
 
Society has become so complex that all the complexity begets more complexity. And if that’s not complex enough for you, jobs have become so specialized that hardly anyone knows how anything is made or works. Join Jason, Rob, and Asher as they contemplate how to make a microphone from scratch, break down the tertiary jobs in a pirate economy (parrot…
 
Terrence Liverpool Synchrony 57 / The Product-Led Organization Description What does “product-led” really mean, and how can you leverage it in your personal practice and throughout your organization? In this episode, Sean and Paul catch up with Terrence Liverpool, AVP, Consumer Bank Digital Product Manager at Synchrony Bank. Terrence brings a wealt…
 
It's one of the most frequently asked questions on the internet: "Is my boyfriend/girlfriend/partner cheating on me?" Now, a new study out of Germany suggests part of the answer may lie in the pitch of that person's voice — with some unexpected results when it comes to women.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
For 30 years pinball was illegal beginning in New York City then spreading to other cities throughout the United States. Pinball machines were blamed for corrupting the minds of children leading them down a dark path of gambling and the devil. The wave of bans started with one man, Mayor La Guardia, in the 1940's and ended with another man, Roger S…
 
One Pitch released a survey of journalists because they thought that other reports didn't sufficiently address what journalists really want and the tactics for pitching them effectively. On this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich discusses what that new survey reveals.By Gini Dietrich, Founder of Spin Sucks
 
Michael and Lee are joined by colleague Sachi Pettit in a conversation about when companies should speak out and what it takes to be a leader, especially on difficult issues. They talk about confronting racism, equality, and how to find common ground even when it seems impossible. They talk about specific case studies from Proctor & Gamble and a pr…
 
There's an old joke about pens, NASA, and Russia which turned into an urban legend. Today we debunk NASA spending billions on a space pen and find out the true story behind the space pen that reduced the dangers of writing in space and another pen that quite literally saved the moon landing. If you have a question you want us to research, send an e…
 
This topic never gets old! Whether you realize it or not, geriatrics is probably a large part of your practice, especially when it comes to high-complexity, high-acuity emergency medicine. Dr. Lauren Southerland will teach us what we can do to better care for older adults. We’ll also discuss how to get involved at the national level and how to purs…
 
Show Description **************** Dave's prepping for a talk at An Event Apart about Web Components, and we're answering questions about OAuth, and talking digital art. Listen on Website → Links ***** Jeremy Keith Layers of the Web Houdini Auth0 Netlify Identify Monica Meowinca Studio Riso Printing Sponsors ******** Jetpack Jetpack adds loads of fe…
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Toronto's starting pitching was competent over the last week? Drew and Kaitlyn discuss if Steven Matz's and the Jays' respectable pitching performances can be sustained, or is this just an anomaly? Would there be a marked drop-off at third base if Vlad were to take over for C…
 
In this episode of the SECurity Awareness Series of the SEPodcast, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Ashley Rose, the CEO of Living Security. Listen in as they discuss the best methods to teach cybersecurity awareness, as well as the unique advantages when using escape rooms to do so. April 19, 2021 00:00 – Introduction Social-Enginee…
 
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with John Russon about the major thinkers in phenomenology and how their ideas can be applied in everyday life. They begin the conversation with an overview of Hegel's philosophy and discuss sexual intimacy as an example of Hegel's ideas on recognition. They also discuss the impact of Hegel's philosoph…
 
Episode 71 – This is the audio from my recent YouTube video all about the benefits of meditation. It was recorded on location, so the audio is different to the regular episodes. Look at all this stuff we covered in this short episode: The YouTube video this came from Modern meditation doesn’t need candles or the lotus position (unless you want them…
 
Ponce De Leon never searched for the Fountain of Youth but the search for it extends thousands of years and even multiple countries. What is the true history of the Fountain of Youth? And what does Mean Girls have to do with Ponce De Leon and his name being tied to it? Find out on today's episode of Facts-Chology! *You definitely won't live forever…
 
A leader can do more than motivate. The best leaders inspire their teams to make a difference. In the final part of the master class “How the Best Leaders Think,” Craig shares how to become a centered leader who inspires others to change the world. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-five-think-…
 
Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/spinrate Sportsnet baseball editor and one half of 'At the Letters' podcast Ben Nicholson-Smith joins Drew to gauge if the early-season Jays are good, bad, or just meh (3:00). Drew and Ben look at the parallels and contrasts between the 2015 AL Division-winning Blue Jays and this 2021…
 
On April 18th, 1955 Albert Einstein passed away and the world lost a genius and then we lost his brain... Well, it was stolen by pathologist Thomas Harvey and he would go on to have quite the amount of road trips with the brain in a search to study it. Find out the whole story of life after death for Einstein's brain on today's episode of Facts-Cho…
 
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