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Best Bo Bennett podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Bo Bennett podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Toastmasters Podcast is like a radio talkshow featuring interviews with Toastmasters usually featured in the Toastmaster magazine. But unlike a radio show, a podcast is on the Internet, and available, for free, to anyone in the world with an Internet connection, and a connected device capable of playing audio. The Toastmasters Podcast is co-produced by Toastmasters International and Archieboy Holdings, LLC, for our global audience of Toastmasters and those interested in public speaking a ...
 
This is a crash course, meant to catapult you into a world where you start to see things how they really are, not how you think they are. The focus of this course is on logical fallacies, which loosely defined, are simply errors in reasoning. As you complete each lesson, you can make significant improvements in the way you reason and make decisions. Your ability to recognize bad arguments will be enhanced as well as your ability to articulate why an argument is bad. This is the audio version ...
 
Nigel Howitt; philosopher, writer, musician and lifestyle design pioneer, discusses a wide range of issues that are either ignored or misrepresented by the mainstream media. This podcast follows the evidence, not public opinion, and aims at discovering truthful information to guide your lifestyle choices. Nigel deconstructs the modern myths of our time by questioning the many bundled up assumptions in each issue he explores.
 
Welcome to the wonderful world of psychology! This podcast is the audio segment of the course at http://www.introtopsych.com. It comprises the topics found to be most important based on a survey of 761 introductory psychology teachers at 490 schools (Miller & Gentile, 1998). These topics include introduction/methods, neuroscience, sensation/perception, learning, memory, thinking/intelligence, developmental psychology, personality, social psychology, and abnormal psychology. In addition, I ha ...
 
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Word association kicks things off (there’s a theme) before Jeff and Elliotte address the backlash against Carolina’s Jordan Martinook and Tampa’s Alex Killorn, whose teams voted against the 24-team return-to-play format. Then they dive into some #Ask31 questions and are joined by three guests. Sherali Najak is a long-time Hockey Night in Canada pro…
 
Germ theory is the assumption that lies at the very heart of the current global narrative. We are being encouraged to fear a new virus. It is alleged that our health is being threatened by something that we can catch, “out there”. But is this really what is happening? If so, what solid evidence backs […] The post Zach Bush: Germ Theory sees Nature …
 
On a news-heavy episode, Gary Bettman outlines plans for the Stanley Cup Playoffs and Draft Lottery, but things remain in flux. Jeff and Elliotte discuss. How does the U.S.-Canada border impact things? Will there be exhibition games? What about expanded rosters and timelines for more information from the league? Who wins the Art Ross Trophy? All of…
 
Jeff and Elliotte discuss Matt Duchene’s comments about a return to play, potential playoff formats, possible hub cities, the draft, the lawsuit against the CHL, and play a little word association. Then they are joined by two guests. Nate Thompson talks about staying mentally strong and surrounding himself with people who support him, playing in Ca…
 
Jeff and Elliotte kick things off discussing something of a newsy week. Leagues are planning their return or beginning to trickle back, but where is the NHL in all of this? Free agency will happen at some point, and Canucks director of amateur scouting Judd Brackett might be the most sought-after name on the market. Paul McFarland is leaving the Ma…
 
You need to know what is true and what is false. Any success you hope to achieve in any endeavour depends on it. You need to be a truth seeker! Mark Devlin has researched into the dark and murky background of the musical industry and written extensively about it in his Book Musical Truth. In […] The post DJ and musical truth seeker Mark Devlin seei…
 
Greg and Josh continue their look back at Blue Jays history during the COVID-19 shutdown, this time shining the spotlight on the greatest (and a couple worst) individual game performances over the life of the franchise. They include some of the highest highs, club records, goofy moments and a couple of true disasters that people would like to forge…
 
Jeff and Elliotte kick things off with the return of Word Association, discuss the latest on plans to get back on the ice and the draft, and Jaroslav Halak’s one-year extension with the Bruins. Then are joined by three guests. Brenden Dillon talks about the evolution of his career, playing alongside superstars like Joe Thornton and Alex Ovechkin an…
 
After overseeing a renaissance in Chicago, John McDonough is out as Blackhawks president, so who could take his place? Jeff and Elliotte discuss that, plans for the NHL’s return to play and more before getting to a trio of guests. Jake Muzzin talks about signing long-term in Toronto, being a veteran on a young Maple Leafs team, Auston Matthews, mis…
 
MIT researcher Dr Stephanie Seneff explains a possible COVID-19 glyphosate connection. She reports that glyphosate is likely to be playing a role in compromising the immune system of many people who are suffering from the alleged COVID-19 virus. She reasons that the innate immune system is being overwhelmed and thus predisposes the reactive immune …
 
Jeff and Elliotte discuss a whole bunch of things, including the NHL Draft, the 2020-21 AHL season, the 2021 Memorial Cup, Kris Versteeg’s career, Dustin Byfuglien and a new hire by the Senators. Then they are joined by a trio of guests. Jason Spezza discusses how the Maple Leafs were playing when the season was paused, Mitch Marner and Auston Matt…
 
The show begins with Jeff and Elliotte talking to Edmonton Oilers Assistant GM Keith Gretzky about the life of Colby Cave. Colby Cave Memorial Fund Then they are joined by Craig Donaldson. For three straight years, he led the Oshawa Generals in defencemen scoring, culminating in a Memorial Cup in 1990 alongside a 17-year-old Eric Lindros. Thirty ye…
 
Lockdown is having very serious and longterm effects on national economies across the world. This was always inevitable and raises serious questions about why this policy would be called for. Unless, of course, it serves other agendas. The alleged science that supports the lockdown policy rests on the use of estimates from computer models and […] T…
 
Former Blue Jays' great, Pat Hentgen, stops by to discuss his incredible 1996-1997 seasons (26:35) as part of an overall historical look back at great seasons on underperforming ballclubs. Hentgen talks about his struggles to get going in 1995, the impact of Devon White and Roberto Alomar, learning from Charlie O'Brien and Dave Stieb, the mentality…
 
Listen to Sports On Pause at https://sprtsnt.ca/3e7nTAZ or search and subscribe in your podcatcher. COVID-19 is impacting the world unlike anything we’ve seen in 100 years, and sports has not escaped its effects. The newest podcast from Sportsnet features hosts Richard Deitsch and Donnovan Bennett in conversation with athletes and executives, healt…
 
Jeff and Elliotte talk about life at home during physical isolation, the potential of the NHL season resuming in low-population sites and what other leagues are proposing to get back in action. They’re also joined by a trio of guests. Oilers GM Ken Holland discusses planning for an off-season with the regular season and playoffs […]…
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from the draft to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. This week, Greg and Josh look back at the Toronto Blue Jays history with end of season awards and what they meant to the franchise and …
 
The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the world in a stroke. But what is really going on when we scratch beneath the surface of the mainstream messages delivered by the usual propaganda outlets? What has 5G got to do with the Pandemic? What has the alleged climate emergency got to do with it? What is the […] The post COVID-19 Pandemic: The view from ou…
 
High-performance psychologist and host of the podcast Finding Mastery, Michael Gervais, joins the show to discuss mental fitness and coping with these challenging times. Jeff and Elliotte also highlight hockey companies helping with the pandemic, what players are saying in their video meet ups and the best team to not win a cup in the 2010s. Presum…
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 panic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from the draft to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. This week, Greg and Josh look back at the Toronto Blue Jays' trading history. Starting with the slightly slower early era that built to a …
 
Throughout the shutdown of MLB caused by the Covid-19 panic, ATW will be doing looks back at various aspects of franchise history, from big trades to award winners and snubs to interesting pennant races and more. In the first episode of the series, Greg and Josh look back the the Blue Jays' history with the draft. They discuss the early success tha…
 
Electric cars are becoming very fashionable among those concerned about saving the environment from CO2. But are they really a good idea? They are increasingly touted as the future and the inevitable direction of human personal transport. But why are we being forced to use them as of 2040? Is it because if we were […] The post Electric cars are no …
 
Jeff and Elliotte are at home, but they’re talking… and listening. The guys debut a new game (courtesy a fan) and then discuss escrow, a late-start season format, their favourite games and answer #ASK31 questions. Plus, ECHL commissioner Ryan Crelin on cancelling a season and how his league is trying to help its players. 31 Thoughts: […]…
 
Matthew Kory of the Red Sox Coast to Coast Podcast stops by (19:45) to preview the Boston Red Sox for the upcoming season. He discusses the recent injury issues for Chris Sale and the effect on the Red Sox rotation, the still-solid offense and the mercurial Andrew Benintendi, the how and why of the Mookie Betts-David Price trade, the loss of Alex C…
 
Greg and Josh go over the stories from the first week of spring training including Hyun-Jin Ryu's first start, Nate Pearson's powerful debut and the inability for fans to watch it, Pearson's extreme unlikelihood to make the opening day roster, Vlad's work to lift the ball more and the early results not reflecting the process, Anthony Alford's early…
 
Jeff and Elliotte discuss the deals that have gone down, and all the deadlines deals that could go down… or not. 31 Thoughts: The Podcast is presented by GMC Sierra trucks, complete with the World’s-First Six-function Multi-Pro Tailgate. GMC — we are professional grade. www.gmccanada.ca. Music Outro: Fade Awaays – She Don’t Know Why We also feature…
 
Spring Training has arrived, so Greg and Josh discuss some actual news in the World of the Blue Jays (and baseball at large). They go over the surgery undergone by top prospect Eric Pardinho and its effect on his development, the unfortunate incident involving Reese McGuire, a couple of new MiLB reliever signings, the latest in the ongoing Astros' …
 
Jeff and Elliotte kick things off by breaking down the Maple Leafs’ late-night trade with the Los Angeles Kings. Then they discuss the NHL’s investigation into the Arizona Coyotes tampering with draft-eligible players, what’s next for Dustin Byfuglien and the Jets, and Alex Ovechkin’s chase of Wayne Gretzky’s all-time goal record. They also talk ab…
 
Greg, Josh and Nick go over some of the recent happenings in the world of the Toronto Blue Jays. They discuss the signing of Rafael Dolis and his potential role in Toronto, the very interesting roster situation that the Jays find themselves in with too many players for too few spots and what that may mean for pursuit of potential bullpen upgrades i…
 
[32:43] On August 24th, 2019 at the 88th Annual Toastmasters International Convention in Denver, Colorado USA, six Toastmasters earned the Accredited Speaker (AS) designation, bringing the total number of designations awarded to-date to 87.In the first part of a two-part series, Ryan Levesque speaks with three of the six including: Paul Artale, DTM…
 
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