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Music inspires, heals, and lifts our souls. If you loved the 80s and it's music, this podcast is for you. Patricia Friberg synthesizes the positive impact of music with the healing of storytelling as her inspiring guests share powerful stories of transformation. This "totally rad" podcast will:  Elevate your mood providing you with a positive outlook  Ignite recall, so you can tap into your own life events  We don’t just hear the knowledge and wisdom gained from our podcast guests, throug ...
 
Lead Through Strengths with Lisa Cummings: leading teams & building work culture with Clifton StrengthsFinder & natural talents. The "Lead Through Strengths" podcast was created for you if you're ready to stop taking the "path of most resistance" at work. Current episodes are educational snippets from Q&A with our corporate teams. They're usually questions we get in our StrengthsFinder corporate training sessions. Over 22 Million people have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment. It sounds s ...
 
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Hello Flow

Julia Colangelo, Educator, Speaker, Surfer, Therapist

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Dr. Julia Colangeo is an award-winning educator of flow and mindfulness, founder of Hello Flow a consulting and educational company based out of Maui where she teaches on Flow, Purpose, Creativity, Alchemy, and Alignment. Behind the scenes, Julia provides high-level executive consulting to public figures celebrities, influencers, and thought leaders. A proud toddler mom and surfer raised in New Jersey, Julia’s equal parts hippie + hype. Julia loves teaching the science of flow in digestible ...
 
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AllPro Mindset

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AllPro Mindset

Erin Sappio, Jay Frable

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Doc and Coach offer current research in a topic of Positive Psychology in the Brain Boost section, interview a professional to hear how he/she integrates this topic, and then close out with a Pro Tip to give ideas of incorporating the topic into daily life.
 
Andres sits down to discuss emotional, mental, and physical peak performance and what that means for individuals, teams and organizations. We explore these topics with professional athletes, psychologists, scientists and more to uncover their insights into the human experience and performance.
 
A podcast for early career psychologists. If you're looking for inspiration and advice for your psychology career, you're in the right place. Amy Felman interviews working psychologists from diverse fields with all levels of experience as they share their journeys, challenges and career breakthroughs that have lead them to where they are today. Tune in and discover how we all wear it differently.
 
If you believe as we do that by uncovering tested, practical ways to help people move from functioning to flourishing at work, we can better navigate the incredible challenges and opportunities our world faces, then this podcast is for you. Our goal each week is to give you access to the world’ leading positive psychology, positive organizational scholarship and neuroscience researchers and practitioners to explore their latest research findings on how you can improve wellbeing, develop stre ...
 
Here at Dia-logue: The Diapoint Podcast, we talk to experts and people living with diabetes about social situations, nutrition, mental health, travel, and many other topics. The Founder & Managing Director of Diapoint, Pam Durant, shares her experience as the mother a teenage son who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 20 months old. Pam was also a healthcare manager for 25+ years, and is a certified Wellness and Lifestyle Medicine coach. She is passionate about showing people how to not j ...
 
Hosted by transformational life coach Tallia Deljou, Sincerely, Me is a Forbes featured podcast about self-discovery and inner work so you can take the lead in your own life. Exploring what matters most in the human experience - love, fear, authenticity, purpose, and more - this podcast is full of solo episodes, interviews, and guided meditations, giving you the space and tools to cultivate a rich inner life and deeper relationship to yourself.
 
What does it mean to flourish? Join Resilience Trainer and Certified Applied Positive Psychology Coach Kari Gormley as she interviews scientists, experts, coaches and authors on how to live a flourishing life. You'll hear the latest research and recommendations for growing and strengthening your relationships, identifying your passions and priorities, and living healthier, happier life. The Flourishing Experiment podcast starts where The Running Lifestyle Show crossed the finish line and is ...
 
Your Yes Life Now Podcast is the place to come to when you are ready to say yes to your dreams so that you can lead the way and light the way for others. Each week you will hear from incredible guests who are here with one mission, to give you the tools, tips and their secrets that have helped them say yes to building their dream life and will help you do the same. It’s time to say yes to your curiosity, yes to your ambition, yes to your fear, Yes to your dreams and a big Helz yes to living ...
 
The science of the good life, huh? Sorry this is not about booze, sex and rock n'roll (or whatever is en vogue right now). In fact we talk about a lot of things that tree huggers would love: appreciation of beauty, gratitude, positive emotions, relationships and well, love. However we, that is positive psychologists and positive psychology practitioners buried ourselves in books, set out to experiment and then write it all up in a writing style that is about as exciting to read as watching a ...
 
Welcome To The Way Of The Renaissance Man Whether you’re a Renaissance Man already, a Renaissance Man in training, or a woman who loves a Renaissance Man, we welcome you to the prospects of better living. We look forward to bringing you our distinctive content, including new articles, episodes and resources to help you become a fully focused, integrated and celebratory Renaissance Man. Be sure to explore the resources section and use all of the different categories of information and resourc ...
 
Beautifully Restored is a podcast hosted by certified life and health coach, Melissa Stewart, who knows all too well what it’s like to navigate through the twists and turns of this life. Her life began as a strict conservative Baptist who eventually married into the ministry but later whose destructive behavior led to losing almost everything. Hear how she refused to be defined by her mistakes and past, but instead used these setbacks to bring greater success in her life. Be inspired by her ...
 
Did you know that success is 20% technical skill and 80% mindset? High performance coach and motivational speaker, Melissa Clough, of melissaclough.com, shares tools to empower women entrepreneurs to let go of fears, negativity, procrastination, burn-out, and anxiety, to gain more confidence, clarity, and focus for a powerhouse mindset to increase your earning potential, while also living a balanced life.
 
The Next Year Now Podcast is based on the belief that everyday, purposeful habits and practices are vital for you to thrive at work and in life. Each week, I interview some of the brightest and most successful people, with expertise in topics like Personal Development, Health & Well-being, Business, Productivity, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. My goal is to help you thrive by identifying the most successful habits and practices and to share the secrets of their success. Think of me as your ...
 
If you're ready to move beyond the soul numbing daily grind so you can reawaken to your genius, reclaim your life energy and fall back in love with your life, you've come to the right place! Alchemy is all about transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary, and that is exactly what Christy A. Harvey, M.A. provides in practical, immediately effective ways. AND each episode features a Kiss from your Truest Self - simple practices designed to inspire a deeper relationship with the wisest pa ...
 
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In this episode, we'll talk about three ways to release stress pain or grief in your life because we all need some time to center ourselves and create inspiration amidst our journeys. First, remove more from your schedule. This allows us to create space to feel any and all emotions. Allow yourself to sit with these reactions without trying to distr…
 
Pam Durant and Diapoint's Head Coach, Maria Monem have an open discussion where they talk about health coaching, the importance of finding support and accountability, nutrition, food - including some of their personal favorites - as well as some of the science behind it all. For more information and full details of our work, follow us at diapointme…
 
In today's episode, we will quickly be going over how to invite more flow into your daily routine: First, focus on your priorities and minimize distractions. Distractions can be placed into two categories. The first is external distractions such as your child knocking on the door, or an email that sets off a notification. Recognize that these distr…
 
Welcome to today's Audio Essay from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today marks the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. In this special audio presentation, Jim offers his poem and thoughts on this day. And now, here's Jim Woods. The Cat and the Horror By Jim Woods There was a cat sleeping on m…
 
Welcome to today's #WednesdayWisdom from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today's insight was inspired by Russian-born American author, philosopher and creator of Objectivism, Ayn Rand. “Every man builds his world in his own image. He has the power to choose, but no power to escape the necessity of choice.” –Ayn Rand The novelist/philo…
 
Pam Durant talks to Mohammad AlBahar about his experiences living with Type 1 Diabetes for over 35 years. He turned this very challenging situation into something very powerful, as he became a role model, ambassador and athlete. He shares some very personal and inspiring experiences, along with the wisdom and lessons he has learned along the way. F…
 
Here are seven questions to cultivate curiosity, activate flow and trigger creativity for your next season! Question #1 How do I want to feel in this season? Question #2 What activities do I want to prioritize during this season? Take this time to differentiate what we want to prioritize vs. what we DON'T want to prioritize. Question #3 How do I wa…
 
Dr. Peggy Kern is an associate professor at the Centre for Wellbeing Science within the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education. Originally trained in social personality and developmental psychology, Peggy's research focuses on understanding, measuring, and supporting wellbeing across the lifespan. She works with schools and workplac…
 
Up next on Way of the Renaissance Man, Five Minutes with Dave Rubin. During the recent FreedomFest conference in Rapid City, South Dakota, talk show host, author, and ideas activist Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report came by for a quick visit with the Renaissance Man. Although brief, the discussion covered several interesting topics, including classica…
 
The discussion about managing diabetes at school continues between Pam Durant and Sara Adhami, Certified Diabetes Educator & Accredited Practicing Dietician. They talk about special situations like parties, after school activities, exams and more. In addition to sharing some tips on these topics, they also highlight the importance of advocating for…
 
A question I am often asked is, "When is it time to let go?" When this question arises, I suggest making space for a full range of reactions. Every single emotion is welcome when making this decision. As you sit with these emotions, ask yourself: How did this serve me? How did it provide something for me that no longer feels in alignment? Another s…
 
Halla Tómasdóttir is the CEO of the B Team, a group of courageous business and civil society leaders working together to transform business for a better world. Halla started her leadership career in corporate America, working for Mars and Pepsi-Cola. She was on the founding team at Reykjavik University, where she established the executive education…
 
​There are seven elements of a website that are absolutely imperative for a Fitness Business. In this episode we walk you through each of these elements to ensure your Fitness Business Website will act as a central hub for digital marketing, a place to build reputation through content creation, and a lead generating machine. To see real-world examp…
 
Welcome to today's #WednesdayWisdom from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today's insight was inspired by Scottish Enlightenment philosopher, economist, historian and essayist, David Hume. “It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once.” –David Hume The brilliant David Hume knew that to preserve liberty, you have to recogni…
 
Pam Durant talks about preparing for and managing diabetes at school with Sara Adhami, Dubai Based Certified Diabetes Educator & Accredited Practicing Dietician. Sara walks us through what should be in a Diabetes Medical Management Plan, and how to navigate food and carb counting while at school. For more information and full details of our work, f…
 
Avissa Ilkhan is an addiction counselor working with the homeless and those with HIV in the Los Angeles region. She shares her challenging stories of loss and of finding self-compassion in bleak times. In this episode you will learn these totally rad tips: • How practicing self-kindness and reaching out for help when needed can lead to personal gro…
 
Oftentimes when something happens in our lives that brings up regret or remorse, we get the urge to cut it out of our story. When these feelings of shame arise, I encourage you to remember that we do not need to cut out parts of our past. We do not need to rewrite our entire story. Instead, remember that these feelings are an invitation to pause, r…
 
Greg Walton, who's an associate professor of psychology at Stanford University. Much of Greg's research investigates psychological processes that contribute to major social problems and how wise interventions that target these processes can address such problems and help people flourish even over long periods of time. Dr. Walton's research has been…
 
Up next on Way of the Renaissance Man, conversation with basketball legend and entrepreneur Shaquille O’Neal. When you grow up in Los Angeles like Jim did, the Lakers are practically a religion. In this kickoff episode from Season 4 of the podcast, Jim speaks with one of the high priests of the Laker religion, the great Shaquille O’Neal. In additio…
 
Episode 1 kicks off with Pam Durant, Founder & Managing Director of Diapoint and host of Dia-logue: the Diapoint Podcast, sharing the origins of Diapoint and her big 'why'. In this episode, Pam shares her vision for Dia-Logue. For more information and full details of our work, follow Diapoint at diapointme.com where you'll also find our social medi…
 
In today's episode, I want to talk about what to do when we feel the impulse to start over. If you are feeling like you just want to run away and start all over, I want you to know that this is just an amazing reminder to get curious about your current mindset and routines. Take a moment to pause and ask yourself: Am I running away from something s…
 
Luke Burgis, who's the entrepreneur in residence and director of programs at the Ciocca Centre for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Catholic University of America, where he also teaches business and develops new education initiatives. Luke's co-created and led four companies in wellness, consumer products, and technology. He is the founder and di…
 
Sleep doctor Robert S. Rosenberg discusses improving the quality of your sleep, getting more sleep, and everything a good night’s sleep can do for you. This is a very powerful episode with the potential to change your life—reading Dr. Rosenberg’s book, Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day, definitely changed my sleep for the better! …
 
I'm sure we've all experienced a time when we wanted to quit. A time where we couldn't see a way out and simply wanted to give up. This is where I encourage you NOT to impulsively quit. It's in these pivotal moments, where we can dive deeply into what our core values are and decide with love, what our next steps should be. In a world where comparis…
 
Dia-Logue is the Diapoint Podcast. We talk to experts and people living with diabetes about social situations, nutrition, mental health, travel, and many other topics. Your host, Pam Durant, is the Founder and Managing Director of Diapoint, and also the mother of a teenage son who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 20 months old. Pam was also a …
 
Kim Cameron is a professor of management and organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. He’s co-founder of the Centre for Positive Organizational Scholarship and professor of higher education in the school of education at the University of Michigan. Kim is recognized as among the top 10 organizational scholars in the world and his wor…
 
Melanie Curtis is a life coach, author, and professional skydiver who shines super bright. You’ll hear how understanding your values can help you determine what’s important to you, how to define your identity, and how to use major accomplishments as fuel for taking on your next big goal. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your b…
 
Welcome to today's #WednesdayWisdom from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today's insight was inspired by American actor and singer songwriter Ryan Bingham, and a selection from his Mescalito album with lyrics from his song “Sunrise”. In a special Way Of The Renaissance Man performance, Jim plays and sings the quoted lyrics in today's …
 
Are you desperately waiting for an answer or the clarity to know what to do next? If you are, I invite you to take this pause with me...and recognize that the answer and clarity that we are yearning for, is already within us. In taking this moment to be present - to let these thoughts and feelings flow naturally, we will be able to create a life an…
 
​You might think that there are some hidden physical benefits to exercising in a mask. Anything that uncomfortable must be good for you right!? You’d think so wouldn’t you? In this episode we explore the surprising truth. *EDIT: The two research papers quoted as being from 2002, are actually from 2020. ROMcast provides bite-sized chunks of health, …
 
John Hagel, who’s recently retired as a partner from Deloitte, where he was the founder and chairman of the Silicon Valley-based Deloitte Centre for the Edge, which focuses on identifying emerging business opportunities that are not yet on the CEO’s agenda. With more than 40 years of experience as a management consultant, author, speaker, and entre…
 
This week I’m rerunning a valuable conversation with John Ratey, MD, about how “going wild” can help you avoid the afflictions of modern civilization. You’ll hear about the latest research on fat and metabolism, why people are made to run, and what exercise can do for you. We also discuss returning to running after battling breast cancer. Please go…
 
Welcome to today's #WednesdayWisdom from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today's insight was inspired by American journalist, poet, Civil War veteran and author of "the Devil's Dictionary," named as one of "The 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature" by the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration, Ambrose Bierce. “Oc…
 
Patricia Friberg MPS NBC-HWC, your host, shares her personal story of her struggles, successes and new challenges toward self-care. This episode features many surprises including a podcast reveal that you will not want to miss. In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips • How self- discovery can support changes and new behaviors • How…
 
People who interact with me are often surprised to find out that I usually only see clients one day a week. Sure - I teach, I do speaking opportunities and collaborations on other days and hours of the week. But it’s usually just an hour here and there. What if I told you that using the science of flow could help you compress your workweek into jus…
 
Robert Biswas-Diener, as we remember and savor the incredible research and life of his father, Ed Diener, who recently passed away. Over the last 40 years, Ed published hundreds of articles, amassing more than 250,000 citations. Ed’s earliest work focused on defining and establishing measures for happiness, and his satisfaction with life scale is t…
 
We’re closing out our seven-part summer reading series and finishing strong with three books on taking a holistic approach to your life. You’ll hear about knowing yourself, creating habits that work for you, and figuring out what your priorities are. We’ll also discuss how to set yourself up for success and even how to be luckier! Please go HERE fo…
 
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