Mark is a social and personality psychologist who has studied, written about, and taught courses on motivation, emotion, self-awareness, social relationships, and psychological well-being for more than 40 years. Having retired from Duke University in 2019, he continues to work on a variety of projects, many of which focus on writing, speaking, and blogging about human behavior for the general public.
Giovanni Ruello - An Expert at Service Design elaborates this new stream of Design Thinking which is redefining how organization are delighting their customers and gaining competitive advantage.
A vital aspect of service design is to bring in the key concept of Cognitive Psychology to practice and further unearth the hidden needs that the users might not have been able to express during regular customer interviews.
How many of you rung in the New Year with a renewed commitment to lose weight, only to throw in the towel until 2019? Be honest.
If this cycle has occurred more times than you'd like to admit, you should listen to this episode.
Craig Harper - A fitness coach & exercise scientist from Australia explains why do the commitments fail and further provides us the strategies to break this vicious circle.
Can a coincidence be more than just a coincidence? After all, some coincidences are so uncanny, so striking and so captivating that they seem “meant to be”.
Chris Mackey is a clinical and counseling psychologist and Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society with 40 years’ psychotherapy experience details out the larger purpose of life by analyzing and accepting the recurring coincidences as a sign towards wellbeing and success.
Have you heard this song by "Old Man River - Sunshine" if not pause and click on the below link to listen to it, (it's amazing).
How does an Alternative Pop Music Star harnesses the power of traditional kirtan music to transform his life and further find peace & tranquility?
Listen to this life-changing and thought-provoking story in the 10th Episode of thinking psychologist podcast.
Our Guest (Omkar Kirtan) details out his life transition from pop fame artist to turning into a Spiritual Kirtan Artist. www.omkarkirtan.com/music www.facebook.com/omkarkirtan www.instagram.com/omkar_kirtan 'In The Names Of Love' Out Now: https://album.link/au/i/1517841258
Living with pain is a constant battle to fight the physical discomfort as well as the mental and emotional side effects it causes. Trying to attack all symptoms at once can seem overwhelming.
Mark Grant - Psychologist explains how this constant suffering can affect a person’s mentality in a number of different ways. It can influence thoughts, feelings, sleep patterns, memory, concentration, and even connections with others.
Modern techniques being able to solve the same.
- Thoughts, Feelings & Emotions
Have you ever started dreaming and suddenly realized that you were in a dream?
Have you ever managed to gain control over your dream narrative?
If your answer to either of these is “yes,” you have experienced what is called lucid dreaming. Peter Torok (Expert & Lucid Dream Coach) from https://howtoluciddream.org/ elaborates on tips and tricks that would help you get into the state of Lucid dreaming fast and experience inception like scenario (Like a dream with a dream .... well Kind of)
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For thousands of years, the sound has been a proven method for increasing one’s awareness. The humming of your own voice, the sound of water, the sound of a gong or a singing bowl, wind, or the marvelous song of a bird can serve as a powerful bridge to the present, the place where awareness lies, the moment at hand.
Ann Martin from https://www.milehighhealingvibe.com/ talks about the transformative power of Singing Bowls, Gongs, and Meditations to help people find wellness, comfort, and centering through sound and vibration.
Rob Willis is a Presentation skills & storytelling trainer based out of Berlin. In this podcast, he elaborates on what elements form the building blocks of awesome storytelling and how to make your audience get lost in their own imagination during a presentation. Further, we talk about rational vs emotional decision making and how they form an essential tool of persuasion that should be in the armoury of every professional.
The Author of Book - Darwin's Apple (The Evolutionary Biology of Religion)
discusses the role of sacrifice and sacrificial rituals in the development of human consciousness, both in terms of self-awareness and of moral outlook, and further elaborates on human consciousness and his take on the evolution of religion and its behavioral beliefs.
An industrial psychologist with active interest in human behavior talks about the building blocks for achieving the state of flow and further explains why it matters.
Flow ted talk https://www.ted.com/talks/mihaly_csikszentmihalyi_flow_the_secret_to_happiness?language=en
VIA Strengths assessment https://www.viacharacter.org/
Job crafting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_igfnctYjA
Be your own study participant http://www.wellocracy.com/mobile-mood-apps/mobile-mood-apps-chart/
Rob Sutcliff - An expert UI & UX designer from Reading UK explains there is no such thing as rational decision making.
He brings in examples from various aspects of human psychology and further provides examples on how we make decisions based on our decisions and once the decisions are made we try to provide a rational explanation to the same.
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Guest: Prof. Paul Cline (An Award-Winning Celebrity Educator, Coach, Therapist And CEO Of Advanced Ideas, Inc)
Key Questions answered in this podcast:
"Why do people come to India for spirituality ?"
"Does Meditation provide magical creativity powers ?"
"How to tap into the unconscious mind using meditation ?"
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