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Best Linda Abraham podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Linda Abraham podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Leverage is an on-demand outsourcing platform that helps business owners and entrepreneurs scale without the pain, cost, and risk of hiring. With a team of vetted experts spanning across all areas of marketing and growth, we serve as an agile extension to your team—allowing you to get more done in less time. The goal of the Leverage Podcast is simple: to learn from the best and discover how we can all live a better life, build a more fruitful business, and be more productive. Leverage’s Foun ...
 
This is the podcast of Grace Presbyterian Church, a PCA church in Yorba Linda, California. Our Senior Pastor is the Rev. Ben Muresan. Our mission at Grace is to glorify God by worshiping him according to Scripture and our Reformed faith, growing together in our knowledge of the Lord Jesus, and spreading the Gospel of his Kingdom to our neighbors and the world.
 
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What’s it like to be a student at a top business school during COVID-19? [Show summary] Eli Engelman, member of the Columbia Business School Class of 2021, shares his experience applying to and matriculating at Columbia’s MBA program, including how his experience has been shaped by COVID-19. A CBS student reflects on his b-school experience so far …
 
“Once we put things together and express them to somebody, something happens. We become more alive - because we are expressing what we are expressing in terms of what is real and what is real is not static. What is real is continuously moving and what is real is the experience of everything moving and everything changing from minute to minute.” Des…
 
What unique challenges can this year’s med school applicants expect to face, and how can they be overcome? [Show summary] Dr. Herman “Flash” Gordon, Accepted medical admissions consultant, walks med school applicants through applying during COVID-19, as well as disclosing thorny issues like academic discipline or a criminal record. How COVID-19 is …
 
"Some patients are quite happy being in their internal world - maybe the government is too, they’re in one world and people can be in the other. The patients live in one world and what is happening outside doesn’t bother them very much. It is about the avoidance of contact, the avoidance of the other " Description: Dr. Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. …
 
Are you dreaming of an MBA from UCLA Anderson? [Show summary] UCLA Anderson’s Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions, Alex Lawrence, explores the opportunities awaiting future MBA students, as well as the changes Anderson is making to campus life this fall to provide its students with a safe, rewarding MBA experience. Learn about Anderson’s unique MBA pr…
 
Dr. Ben Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work and Personality Isn’t Permanent. He was the #1 writer on Medium.com between 2015 to 2018, writing about the myth that personality is innate and unchangeable. In this episode, Nick and Ben discuss strategies for becoming the person you want to be and how…
 
Can students make a difference during the current pandemic? [Show summary] Jalen Benson, founder of the National Student Response Network and first-year med student at Harvard, discusses what health care volunteer opportunities are out there and how to find them during the Coronavirus outbreak. Listen in. Finding volunteer opportunities for premeds…
 
“In Western countries there was a certain reduction in the importance of the father. I think there is a confusion here between the importance of the father or at least the father function with the authoritarian father, the patriarchal father, that figure that arouses so much suspicion and reactions against.” Description: Dr. Harvey Schwartz welcome…
 
What’s it like growing a startup during business school? [Show summary] Stephen Cognetta had already co-founded his tech startup, Exponent, by the time he entered the Stanford GSB class of 2020. Today, he shares how his MBA experience shaped his approach to growing Exponent and what the business is doing to help job applicants land their next tech …
 
“One can actually teach development using literature by Dr. Seuss, Beverly Cleary, Maurice Sendak, Margaret Wise Brown - all of these great authors of children’s literature. What I have done is created a course where these are paired with case reports from the child psychoanalytic literature, so one hears directly the experience, the words, the pla…
 
How can you write a stand-out personal statement? [Show summery] Dr. Mary Mahoney, Associate Professor of English at Elmira College and Accepted consultant, draws from her expertise in the medical humanities to deliver advice for writing a compelling personal statement. Listen to the show! A professor of English and Accepted admissions consultant s…
 
“After I had been practicing analysis for 50 years, I asked myself: What was the most important thing I learned in those 50 years? It took me a lot of time to learn the obvious: the patient is somebody else.” Description: Dr. Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Warren Poland, who is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Washington DC. Dr. Poland is a for…
 
Jim Dew is the founder of Dew Wealth Management and author of “Beyond a Million: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Expanding Wealth, Freedom and Time.” In this episode, Nick & Jim discuss the financial implications of COVID-19 and how to make use of what the US Government is offering, along with tips on how to get the most out of your wealth. HIGHLIG…
 
An engineer with Indian Railways seeks innovation as a Rotman MBA student. [Show summary] Meenakshi Chauhan spent five years as an engineer with Indian Railways (and the only woman in her department) before leaving in search of a more challenging, innovative work environment. Now, she’s preparing to re-enter student life at the University of Toront…
 
“Transformation is a kind of buzz word and it’s not just some economic and sociopolitical transformation. Indeed, it is about transforming the inner self as well and psychoanalysis is well placed to face these challenges.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Armien Abrahams who is a Training Analyst at the South African Psychoanalytic Association…
 
Show summary: LSAT expert Steve Schwartz shares how to prepare for the new online LSAT exam. Steve Schwartz, who’s spent 12 years helping thousands master the LSAT, breaks down what test-takers need to know about preparing for and taking the new online LSAT-Flex. Show notes: What test-takers need to know about the LSAT-Flex! The March and April LSA…
 
“It's the people of the institute that are with us whenever we are doing our work, silently humming in the background. We are constituted by our colleagues.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. David Frank, who is a Training and Supervising psychoanalyst at the Psychoanalytic Association of New York (PANY) which is affiliated with the NYU Sch…
 
Applying to business school during a pandemic [Show summary] Soojin Kwon (Managing Director, Full-Time MBA Admissions and Program at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business) and Diana Economy, Director of Full-Time MBA Admissions at Ross, answers pressing applicant questions about applying to Ross. They address how the application proces…
 
"I think people are feeling intimate in a way, strangers are feeling intimate, about what is important in life and what is important about what we leave behind. It is a very precious thing to be feeling and something we should hold on to." Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Linda Emanuel for the second time to this podcast. On the first epis…
 
A career-changer’s path to med school [Show summary] Valerie Fuchs holds a PhD in environmental engineering and spent eight years as a water resources engineer. This summer, however, she’ll start medical school. Hear how Valerie navigated med school admissions as an older, nontraditional applicant and got into her first-choice school. From engineer…
 
“The importance of inner ideas, fantasies, develop from the unconscious. Reality is important but not conclusive. We perceive and conceptualize reality with our unconscious. So let’s give the unconscious more than ever during this crisis its place, and keep the intention to listen to the unconscious with our patients.” Description: Harvey Schwartz …
 
Gino Wickman is the founder of EOS Worldwide and author of ‘Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business,’ a book that is aimed to help the younger generation answer the question ‘is this the right fit for me?’ In the episode, Nick & Gino will discuss how to gain traction by using the Entrepreneurial Operating System. Covering how they’ve already implemen…
 
What does it mean to train "the best managers for the world?" [Show summary]Judith Puigbo, Associate Director of MBA Admissions, explores how to get into ESADE, a top MBA program based in Barcelona committed to doing good.Learn about ESADE's unique MBA program [Show notes]Judith Puigbo is the Associate Director of MBA Admissions at ESADE, responsib…
 
“In this period with the Coronavirus and even during the wars, I don’t think that the relationship between me and the patient is symmetric even if we have to face the same external dangers. The relationship continues to be asymmetric - I manage the treatment, I decide the setting, I continue to be the analyst.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes…
 
Dr. Joe Bardinelli shares his journey from cop to doc [Show summary]Not everyone follows a traditional path to a career in medicine. Today’s guest, emergency physician Dr. Joe Bardinelli, was a police officer for six years before deciding to enter medical school. In this episode, he shares how and why he went from being a cop to being a doc.A physi…
 
“The feeling of strangeness because of the emptiness and the weight of the silence, the immobilization of everything. This immobilization is one of the signs of the traumatic situation in the psychic life - we can think of the dream of the Wolf Man.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Bernard Chervet who is a psychiatrist and a Full Member a…
 
Mark C. Winters is the co-author of the bestselling book, Rocket Fuel, with EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) founder Gino Wickman. Mark’s aim is to help entrepreneurs expand their freedom. In this episode, you’ll hear Mark and Nick discuss how they have both integrated EOS in their lives and companies. You’ll learn the difference between bein…
 
This week, I'm taking a podcasting staycation and airing an encore of our most popular MBA podcast so far in 2020: Is an MBA Worth It, or Is the Sky Falling Down on the MBA Degree?I recorded this episode in December, and it aired in January. Despite the radical transformation of our lives since then, most of the advice in this episode is still high…
 
“When you have analytic training, the analytic attitude is internalized and you need to fit and keep it as well as being aware of when you lose it. As a result of this loss you will be receiving a sign from the countertransference. This is the motivation and passion for psychoanalysis.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Virginia Ungar, who …
 
“There is not just one pandemic right now, there are really two concurrent pandemics. The first one is the pandemic of the virus, but the second one that is closely tied to the first is a pandemic of anxiety. I want to be really clear that I am not just using that as a figure of speech, I am actually quite serious about that, I think anxiety is rea…
 
Keith Ferrazzi is the Founder and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a research and consulting firm that specializes in transforming the performance, capability, and engagement of the people in organizations who produce business results. On this week’s episode, you’ll hear a portion of the webinar that Nick held with Keith on the “Making Remote Work Actua…
 
“Our very specific analytic listening can be used to understand how this external terrible situation is reactivating their internal anxieties and for that we try to confine the suffering to the here and now of the phone call.” Description: Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Ana Catarina Duarte Silva to this episode. Dr. Duarte Silva is a psychoanalyst an…
 
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