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On The Follow-Up Question, a former journalist explores how to find common ground through the power of asking more questions. Host Michael Ashford sets out to interview people from all different backgrounds and perspectives with incredible stories to tell, with the hope that you become a more thoughtful and informed person as you listen, and that you take time to pause, reflect, and ask questions more often.
 
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Learn how to survive going out to dinner with your family from human behavior pattern recognition experts Greg Williams and Brian Marren of Arcadia Cognerati. Free Training from Arcadia Cognerati, Surviving Dinner: https://vimeo.com/443110334/15e2ea1daf For more on Arcadia Cognerati: https://arcadiacognerati.com/ Sign up for The Secure Dad 5 Day Ch…
 
Bill Horan talks with Marilyn Anderson, author of HOW TO LIVE LIKE A MILLIONAIRE. Marilyn will discuss how, by clicking on a website, you can find out if there is money that you are entitled to but do not know about, how to take courses at Harvard, Yale and other schools for free, how to find free benefits, coupons and discounts from organizations …
 
Leslie Ehm is on a mission to help you unleash your inner Swagger. For years, Leslie has consulted with and coached executives at some of the world's biggest brands. And yet, she has found a lack of swagger — true Swagger — at nearly every turn. But Leslie's definition of Swagger might be different than yours. It certainly was for me. But she has n…
 
In this episode of the Social-Engineer podcast, Chris Hadnagy and Maxie Reynolds are joined by Dr. Ida Ngambeki, an Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University. Listen in as they discuss importance of empathy and the best ways to teach social engineering. April 12, 2021 00:00 – Intro Join Social-Engineering on Sl…
 
Dallas Curow's guiding light is finding the small joys in life and her handwriting reflects that philosophy. Not only is Dallas an incredible brand & portrait photographer, she is also an expert at finding artful ways to elevate everday life to support her kids, partner, business and bearded collie puppy named Pearl. Discover the very distinctive T…
 
Carla Johnson is a storyteller trying to get companies and businesses to see that they, too, are storytellers. At least, the good ones are. And while Carla primarily works with executives and marketers as they rethink and fine-tune their approach to potential customers, so much of the work she does has direct carrry-over into our everyday relations…
 
Andy welcomes back Chis Pendas of Staying Safe Self-Defense to talk about safety in plain sight. Learn how you can position yourself to be successful in protecting your family while enjoying your life! For more from Chris Pendas: https://stayingsafellc.com/ Download Parking Lot Safety for Parents: https://www.thesecuredad.com/parkinglot…
 
Kayleigh Hanlin, Co-Founder of Empowered Minds and co-author of the J.O.Y. Journal for young women joins us at the Table for some letter talk - but for the first time ever, not the letter T! We find out how her choice of pen and how much ink is left on the page tells us something very specific about Kayleigh's temperment and we reveal how her mom's…
 
Bill Horan talks with Dr. Chloe Carmichael, author of NERVOUS ENERGY. Dr. Chloe will discuss what nervous energy is, how it affects successful people (referred to as high functioning people), why many high functioning people do not think of themselves as successful and what are some of the techniques she uses to turn nervous energy into successful …
 
Denise Woods is the "voice behind the voice" for some of the biggest names in acting, from Will Smith to Halle Berry to Idris Elba to Jessica Chastain. As an internationally renowned vocal coach, Denise has dedicated her life to helping others find their true, authentic voice, not just in terms of how her subjects sound, but how they communicate th…
 
Emily Nicole is a human resource consultant who will take the time to get to know you and your business. Her guiding principle is that just because you've always done something one way means does not mean that you need to keep doing it that way. She believes that it is essential for you to create your own way of doing things - and her T shows us th…
 
Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe is an award-winning education and psychology instructor and resiliency expert and the author of the book, Calm Within the Storm: A Pathyway to Everyday Resiliency. Where most of us view resiliency as a battle and a fight that we just have to "toughen out," Robyne approaches the topic from a place of trust, kindness, self-ali…
 
Jessica Holmes is a comedian, author, public speaker, and mental health advocate. She has opened for comedians like Jerry Seinfeld and Ellen DeGeneres and has performed at Second City. As an author, Jessica wrote the book, Depression the Comedy, where she relays her own experience with depression, how she’s gotten better at managing the demands for…
 
In this episode of the SECurity Awareness Series of the SEPodcast, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Brian Phillips who is responsible for information security at Macy’s. Listen as they discuss how to: build an information security organization, hire the right people, and get buy-in from executives. March 15, 2021 00:09 – Intro Social…
 
Combining sales with RPG, Heather Craik has put a new twist on sales training that comes complete with your own Elemental Companion (mine is Sunshine!) Forget about traditional sales role playing and selling someone a pen, embark on an adventure and let's see how well you can negotiate with that fiery dragon! Check out Heather's business who your e…
 
Denise Jacobs is a keynote speaker, an instructor at Stanford University, and the author of the book Banish Your Inner Critic. In this conversation, Denise details where our inner critic comes from and the damage our faulty inner narrator does to our emotions and psyche. Denise explains how an inner critic can lead to self-sabotage, and how we can …
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Maxie Reynolds are joined by ex-FBI Spy Catcher and now world renowned Trust and Rapport expert, Robin Dreeke. Listen in as they discuss the importance of mentoring, TRUST and relationship building. - March 8, 2021 00:09 – Intro Social-Engineer.com 01:43 – Introduction to Robin Dreeke 03:35 – The importance of men…
 
Andy dives into the criminal mind to analyze a crime that makes him angry. Then he’ll analyze what he’s learned to help us all better protect our families when we are in parking lots. Plus, download the free PDF guide Parking Lot Safety for Parents. Download Parking Lot Safety for Parents: https://www.thesecuredad.com/parkinglot For Video Examples:…
 
A wisdom packed episode with De'nicea Hilton-Harper, Doctor of Oriential Medicine, Spiritualist, author, coach, recovering Perfectionist and devotee of Play! Her writing sample was truly a snapshot in time as by the time we recorded the podcast, De'nicea had moved through but she recognized that it was exactly the head space she was in at the time!…
 
Bill Horan talks with Kevin Shulman, author of GOAL SETTING BOOTCAMP. Kevin will discuss what are the most common excuses for not setting goals, why putting our goals in writing is so important, how the practice of goal setting escalates dramatically among top earners and how goal setting helps you avoid the mistake of having other people set your …
 
After President Joe Biden was inaugurated in January 2021, Ashley Vanderbilt didn't know what to believe. She had anticipated things going so much differently based on what she had been reading online, and she was scared. Weeks later, Ashley now realizes the conspiracy of QAnon had grabbed hold of her and preyed on her deepest fears. And now that s…
 
What is human hacking and how can it make you a better parent? Today Andy welcomes Chris Hadnagy, social engineer extraordinaire to the show to share how we can communicate better at home and in life. For more on Chris Hadnagy: https://www.social-engineer.com/ Free Tools from The Secure Dad: https://www.thesecuredad.com/tools…
 
This week we have handwriting that is a feast for a graphologist's eyes from podcaster Michelle St Jane. We talk about side to side margins, various "t"s, fluid "f"s, deceptions and Love Languages! What does it all add up to? It indicates career changes, enjoyment of taking on new challenges, a curious mind and someone who does not want to live acc…
 
When you think of what it means to be manipulated, how does it make you feel? Usually pretty icky, right? My guest this week, Christopher Hadnagy, describes the difference between manipulation and social engineering, and the key to whether or not it is a positive or negative thing lies in how the technique is used. We also discuss empathy, and why …
 
Do we truly understand emotional intelligence, or has it become a hollow buzzword? That's the question I ask this week's guest, Stan Pearson. Stan is a keynote speaker, diversity coach, comedian, among many other titles and roles, and he has a heart for helping people explore their emotions, their desires, and their raw and messy feelings. This is …
 
In this episode, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by industry professional, Julie Rinehart. Julie has spent the last 10 years building and enhancing Fortune 500 enterprise Security Awareness programs. Listen as they discuss using empathy to improve security awareness and the flaws in the “stupid user” philosophy. 00:10 – Intro Phishing …
 
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