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Podcast

The Keys to Olympic-Level Performance: Dr Kirsten Peterson on PYP 591

What can the rest of us learn from Olympic athletes about doing our best under pressure?

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Being Real and Standing Out: David Fish on PYP 590

The world needs us to show up and stand out. So how do we get over ourselves and shine our lights?

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To Be Happy, Ignore the Economists: Matthew Nagler, PhD, on PYP 589

Modern economics assumes that humans spend all our energy “maximizing satisfaction.” Don’t buy it.

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The Physics of Transformational Change: Bruce Ecker on PYP 588

Discover the science-based “magic” that fuels rapid, effortless, and permanent positive change: memory reconsolidation.

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The Art of Asking Breakthrough Questions: Paul McGregor on PYP 587

Questions are far more powerful than answers. Today’s guest explains how and why, and shares mind-bending examples.

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Four Decades of Mission-Driven Leadership: Nava Atlas on PYP 586

Nava Atlas has been writing and publishing vegetarian cookbooks and advocating for a more plant-based lifestyle for 40 years. And she’s not slowing down any time soon!

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Transform Problems into Opportunities with This Magic Question: Dr Howie Jacobson on PYP 585

What’s the problem with being a “problem-solver?” How can we create the future we want for ourselves, and help others do the same? On today’s Walk and Talk, let’s explore the Magic Question.

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What’s the Deal with Workplace Burnout?: Mark Butler on PYP 584

There’s an epidemic of burnout in the modern workplace. What’s causing it? And how can we prevent and treat it?

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Uprooting Resistance to Change: A Memory Reconsolidation Demo with Glenn Livingston, PhD: PYP 583

Do we have to fight against our bad habits forever? Or is it possible to uproot resistance to change in a few short minutes?

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Fake It ‘Til You Make It?: How Action Can Trigger Transformation: Matt Nagler on PYP 582

To change our behaviors, we can try to change our thinking. But today’s guest shares a faster, more reliable way to become a different, better version of ourselves.

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