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Whether you’re giving a toast or presenting in a meeting, communication is critical to success in business and in life. Join Matt Abrahams, a lecturer of Strategic Communication at Stanford Graduate School of Business, as he sits down with experts in the field to discuss real-world challenges. How do I send my message clearly when put on the spot? How do I write emails to get my point across? How can I easily convey complex information? How do I manage my reputation? Think Fast, Talk Smart p ...
 
Narcissist Apocalypse gives a voice to survivors of toxic relationships, narcissistic abuse & domestic abuse. Our host, Brandon Chadwick, chats with survivors about growing up in dysfunctional homes, codependency, coercive control, addiction, divorce and co-parenting, intimate partner violence, abuser pathology, and much, much more. For survivors, we guarantee you'll feel less alone. And for true crime fans, you'll learn about why people stay and the manipulation tactics used to keep them there.
 
War of the Roses, catching cheaters one at a time! Listeners call the Z Morning Zoo and put their boyfriend/husband to the ultimate test will they or wont they choose them. The Zoo calls the boyfriend/husband and offers him a dozen free red roses to send to anyone they want. The ultimate test is, will they choose the right person.
 
The Wake Up Call is a morning radio show based in Sacramento, California, and heard weekday mornings on 106.5 the End. Gavin, Katie, and Intern Kevin wake up every morning to have FUN and be FUNNY, while you start your day. This show has unbelievable chemistry and will keep you laughing all morning!
 
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Brett Hill is an expert on mindfulness and coach, creator of The Language of Mindfulness, soon to be a book, training, and TEDx talk (2021). Brett has spent many years studying and practicing mindfulness in many forms. He studied Hakomi, a mindfulness-based somatic psychology with founder Ron Kurtz and he also trained as a facilitator […]…
 
[27:39] This episode, Part 2 is the final part of our conversation with Noel Bentley on how to host a TEDx event where he continues to share his expertise on being the best host you can be. Noel also talks about getting help by borrowing - not copying but rather be inspired by others and other TED or TEDx events but at the same time being you own p…
 
Design thinking has been around a while, and it sounds alluring, but there’s still some confusion about what it means to marketers. Roger Mader sets us straight in this podcast, explaining the skills and tools of design thinking that apply to marketing practice, and how it can be used to improve marketing results. In short, he describes a process f…
 
“There’s no difference between the physiological response to something that you’re excited about and something that you’re nervous about or dreading,” says Andrew Huberman, associate professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University. In this podcast episode, Huberman talks with host and lecturer Matt Abrahams about his research on …
 
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