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Do This, Feel Better offers tips about simple things you can do to feel better during these crazy times. Longtime radio host and author Jay Nachlis shares what he's learned in his own personal journey, which include a major career change, raising a child with special needs, and battles with depression and anxiety. This is self-care from the perspective of real people, dealing with the difficult realities of life, every day.
 
The Awakened Humanity Podcast is your Podcast for artificial and human intelligence. You can expect a wide mix of inspiring interviews with top international experts and updates on current developments in these areas. Are we driven by technology or do we drive it? How can we find a balance between ethics and technology? What does it mean to be a human being in the AI age? The Awakened Humanity Podcast is all about asking deep questions and providing you with information and inspiration about ...
 
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In the final episode of Season 1, host Jay Nachlis interviews his son Teddy. This episode features a transparent look into often serious challenges the teenager has faced over the last decade, told from his perspective. This raw, yet heartwarming discussion will take you behind the scenes of impactful moments in Teddy's life. This includes the earl…
 
During a particularly challenging period in his work and home life, Jay Nachlis went to Google to search for inspirational books, and found "The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy" by Jon Gordon. Jay went to the park and was so taken by the story he finished the book in just a few hours. The lessons learned …
 
Do This, Feel Better host Jay Nachlis and Kevin Kolbe discovered they had a shared affection for the TV show "24" with Keifer Sutherland 17 years ago, and worked on multiple promotional campaigns together when Jay was working in radio and Kevin was working in television. After decades working for the same company as Creative Services Director, Kevi…
 
In 1985, Marty McFly traveled back in time 30 years to 1955 to meet his parents. 1985 was also the year that Do This, Feel Better host Jay Nachlis was matched with Kris Nergaard as his Big Brother by Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area. In a very special 10th episode of Do This Feel Better, Jay and Kris celebrate 35 years of friendship by taki…
 
As of this recording, it's the day after the United States presidential election and the final results aren't in. How can this be? We're used to getting what we want, when we want it!! In this episode, host Jay Nachlis shares examples detailing why anticipation - or the lack of instant gratification - can be a good thing. It gives us time to digest…
 
When you're down, do you listen to upbeat music to try to improve your mood or sad music to validate your feelings? In this very personal episode, host Jay Nachlis shares the stories behind ten songs he's curated for a Spotify playlist called "DTFB 2020". You'll hear why hearing "Rainbow" by Kacey Musgraves resonated so deeply; how a Stevie Wonder …
 
Dell Technologies Learning Facilitator Grant Crowell started making up words when he was a kid to help manage his ADHD. Through his book "Grantasms: Creative Twisted Words for Cool People," coaching, and his new "Gerks at Work" YouTube channel, Grant demonstrates how word games can improve your at-home and at-work social skills and relationships. I…
 
Have you ever wanted to write a book, but thought it was too difficult, too exclusive or too expensive? In this episode, you'll learn how to get your very own book published and distributed on Amazon for very little money out of your own pocket. Host Jay Nachlis started writing "Never Trust A Grown Man With A Ponytail: How A Regular Guy Lived A Roc…
 
If the COVID-19 pandemic has created a mental health challenge for people without debilitating addictions, what it is like for a recovering alcoholic? Michael Buckenberger joins Jay to discuss how he's navigated a world filled with Zoom Happy Hours and a culture that has accepted heavier alcohol use as a necessary side effect of dealing with a pand…
 
Are you suffering from overwhelming mental exhaustion? In this episode, Jay shares a technique he learned during a drive from Fayetteville to Raleigh, North Carolina in which he nearly fell asleep from mental stress. You'll discover a new twist on an ancient practice, including tips on how quick bursts of rest can turn into surprising rejuvenation.…
 
Has 2020 left you feeling punched in the gut and kicked in the teeth? This episode features Sam Fisher, who performs the Do This, Feel Better theme song heard at the beginning and end of the show. As is the case for so many others, 2020 has brought major stressors. For Sam, this includes income loss (he's a musician and artist manager); sickness (h…
 
Who is Jay Nachlis and why should I listen to him share things I can do to feel better? In this first episode, longtime radio host Jay Nachlis explains how a series of major life events, including a career change and challenges raising a child with special needs, led to a spiral of negativity and depression. Learn how an encounter with Robin Willia…
 
If you want to get ready for the future, this interview is a must listen and an episode you definitely don't want to miss. The visionary entrepreneur and speaker Bernd Kolb understands both the nature of the internet and of humans. Bernd Kolb began his career as a teenager as a punk musician, he then became known as an internet pioneer, was awarded…
 
I've recorded this episode to let you know how extraordinary YOU are! Yes, YOU! Stop looking behind you. You are greater than you like to believe. The intention of this episode is definitely not to flatter the ego based mind, but to offer new perspectives and impulses about humans, that means YOU. Because only new thoughts lead to new experiences. …
 
How do giant technology companies use the power of Artificial Intelligence? Do they use it in a responsible and transparent way? What influence could that have at the human mind and for democracy? And how can we as citizens use more of our power? We will dive into these important questions while also taking a look how former Google employees view t…
 
Jay Tuck's bio is spectacular. He grew up in Brookly, New York, worked in radio, in German TV for 35 years, was an ivestigative journalist and a war correspondent in two Gulf wars. Today he is an author, a keynote speaker and founder and CEO of Airtime Dubai, an international media company. For his book "Evolution ohne uns", which informs about big…
 
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