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Podcast

The Joy of Cooking as an Earth Citizen: Lois Ellen Frank, PhD on PYP 579

Until we fix our broken food system and broken web of human relationships, no one can be truly healthy. Today’s guest shares an ancient and extremely timely perspective on how we can get there. Plus recipes!

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Diversity & Inclusion: Wokeness Run Amok or Simply Good Business?: Sally Helgesen on PYP 578

Are initiatives to diversify the workplace helping or hurting organizations? Does diversity help or undermine excellence?

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How to Make Healthy Vegan Bread: Ed and Natasha Tatton on PYP 577

In a Wonderbread world, what would happen if we returned to the old ways? Today’s guests share the joys and meaning of slow, mindful, healthy sourdough baking.

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The Sneak Attack that Makes Cravings Irresistible – and How to Resist Anyway: Glenn Livingston, PhD on PYP 576

Why do cravings return with a vengeance just when we think we’ve got them beat? And can the answer help us defeat our cravings for good?

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Why Rational People Believe Irrational Things: Dan Ariely on PYP 575

Why do smart, well-educated people fall for insane conspiracy theories? And once caught in their web, can we make them see reason?

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Can Economic Theory Help You Have a Good Life? Matthew Nagler on PYP 574

Understanding fundamental concepts in economics turns out to be darn useful in crafting a fulfilling life. Today’s guest explains why and how.

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A Journey of Healing and Service: Tracy Garrigan on PYP 573

A roller coaster ride of medical catastrophe and healing, miracles and despair, led Tracy Garrigan to become a holistic health coach. She’s now training coaches to bring hope to those who have been suffering.

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Removing Trauma Response with Yes/And Healing: Alun Parry and Yael Zivan on PYP 572

Neuroscience has recently cracked the code on how the brain updates and heals from trauma, but few therapists or coaches know about the breakthrough. Today’s guest is working to change that.

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The Anatomy of Life-Changing Conversations: Jon Connelly on PYP 571

Does trauma healing have to involve painful and lengthy therapy that forces patients to revisit their worst moments? Or, as Jon Connelly claims, can profoundly effective therapy be fun, light, non-threatening – and fast?

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Overcoming OCD and Anxiety: Robert James on PYP 570

What is obsessive-compulsive disorder? What are the symptoms, and what’s the lived experience? And how can we overcome it and live a full and satisfying life?

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