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Weekly podcast where the conversation revolves around the value of tradition; traditional food prep and storage, traditional cooking, and of course, traditional artisan CHEESE. Topics discussed here are designed to create new perspectives and possibilities for how you might add the taste of tradition to your life. My husband and I work a small farm and are building a farmstead creamery. We practice sustainable living and produce farmstead and artisan cheese, hand-made in small batches. You c ...
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
The Self Employed Life Podcast (formerly Creative Warriors) provides business and personal development strategies for self-employed business owners that create sustainable success. A community of self-employed and small business owners, entrepreneurs, innovators and ambitious individuals that need creative solutions in business. Being self-employed and a business Warrior is a mindset, a spirit and a challenge. We need a different way of doing business. This is business with a soul. We discus ...
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
This podcast will highlight the stories from the front line of inspiring sustainability. Host, Adam Woodhall, is an advisor, activator and author for sustainability: "I'm passionate about celebrating the flourishing society we live in; supporting individuals and organisations to abundantly connect with their own values, each other and our shared home; and expressing my values by working with people to generate transformative action." Find out more here: www.inspiring-sustainability.com See a ...
 
Welcome to the Further. Faster. Podcast, in association with Montane, the FREE podcast that asks ultra athletes, mountaineers and adventurers the why and the how of what they do. Each month we'll speak to different athletes, race organisers and experts from across the world to explore their motivations and what drives them to attempt such intimidating activities in the most extreme environments.
 
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Stephen Hawking made a number of memorable contributions to physics, but perhaps his greatest was a puzzle: what happens to information that falls into a black hole? The question sits squarely at the overlap of quantum mechanics and gravitation, an area in which direct experimental input is hard to come by, so a great number of leading theoretical …
 
As we start each day as busy self-employed business owners with lots of demands on us, we often think about everything we have to give. And we give it our all every day, don't we? But what about what you'll gain? What would it look like if as you started each day you considered the energy you were going to gain from other people and from doing the …
 
For my first official episode of The Self Employed Life, I’m very excited to share a life-changing conversation with one of my absolute favorite authors, Todd Henry. Today we define something that is often glossed over but is essential, not just for the self-employed, but for all of us trying to tackle some of the world’s current major challenges: …
 
In this episode, Garth interviews Trevor Packer from The College Board in New York, New York. Trevor shares the origins of advanced placement and how its secondary benefit was earning college credits faster. Serving underrepresented and low-income groups with AP opportunities has become a major focus with documented success. Trevor's personal colle…
 
Sexuality is, and always has been, a topic that is endlessly fascinating but also contentious. You might think that asexuality would be more straightforward, but you’d be wrong. Asexual people, or “aces,” haven’t been front and center in the public discussion of gender and sexuality, and as a result there is confusion about such basic issues as wha…
 
A BIG and very Special Announcement! Be sure to turn in for the big news. The Talking Stick is in your hands now. Let us hear from you. Be part of the conversation - Join our community Facebook group, Creative Warriors Unite, at www.joinwarriors.com and share your feelings and continue the conversation. Contact Jeffrey - Website Services and Suppor…
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna talks with Andrea Francis from Albion College about her research on retrieval practice and the testing effect. The article they discuss can be found at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1475725720924872By Anna Ropp, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Marianne Lloyd
 
We are all more than one thing. But self-employed entrepreneurs have been told over and over again that we can’t have a division between who we are in business and who we are at home. Studies show, however, that having and sharing other dimensions make you better at your job. When I work with my coaching clients I help them connect the dots of who …
 
You can’t always get what you want, as a wise person once said. But we do try, even when someone else wants the same thing. Our lives as people, and the evolution of other animals over time, are shaped by competition for scarce resources of various kinds. Game theory provides a natural framework for understanding strategies and behaviors in these c…
 
It can often feel in business, especially during challenging times that recovery is far away. Or that your business needs a complete overall or change of direction. That is often not the case. It may be that turning your business around is just a tweak or two away. This episode should give you hope! The Talking Stick is in your hands now. Let us he…
 
Quail chicks hatched – WOW!! How did I accomplish an 80% hatch rate? Well, I do follow specific procedures to ensure a better result. These procedures are working. I’ll talk about it today. Will it work for other eggs? I don’t know but you might try it and see if it works for your chickens or ducks or turkeys. Before I get started on that, I want t…
 
When you are in business, you are in the wish-granting business. When you really think about it, what you offer is what helps your customers achieve what they’re wishing for. And when you can find a way to communicate what you stand for, how you will grant those wishes, and why you are unique in doing so, you will elevate the humanity of your busin…
 
In this episode Garth and Eric celebrate the centennial, 100th episode of PsychSessions. With the assistance of Special Guest Host Sue Frantz, PsychSessions hosted a live Zoom studio audience where attendees asked Garth and Eric questions in the chat box and Sue served as moderator during the live recording. The overarching theme of the evening was…
 
Not too long ago nobody carried a mobile phone; now almost everybody does. That’s the kind of rate of rapid progress we’re seeing with our ability to directly edit genomes. With the use of CRISPR-Cas9 and other techniques, gene editing is becoming commonplace. How does that work — and perhaps more importantly, how are we going to put it to use? Fyo…
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna Ropp talks with Cari Alvarez and Melanie Domenech Rodríguez from Utah State University about their research on whether there are differences in cultural competence between students who take multicultural psychology online or in-person. Their research could inform how instructors teach cultural competence for…
 
It’s harvest season. I’m overwhelmed with tomatoes. Bumper crops are coming in at a time when I don’t really have time to address them. What’s a homesteader to do? That’s today’s topic. Welcome new listeners. Welcome back veteran homestead-loving regulars. Thanks for tuning in today. I appreciate you all so much. You make this podcast happen. I’m s…
 
Cyber attacks are not just against the big guys. The fact is that for a variety of reasons, attacks against small businesses are extremely common. We all need to be concerned, no matter how small or big our business is, especially during times of major distraction or disconnect, like, say, during a pandemic. We’re in a weird social place right now,…
 
Our latest episode features a beekeeper based out of Texas who also moonlights as a member of the BIP Technical Transfer Team. We talk about what it takes to earn a living as an urban beekeeper, misconceptions about bees and hornets, invasive species, and finding bodies in walls... Check out our website at www.beekeeperconfidential.com and join our…
 
Human civilization is only a few thousand years old (depending on how we count). So if civilization will ultimately last for millions of years, it could be considered surprising that we’ve found ourselves so early in history. Should we therefore predict that human civilization will probably disappear within a few thousand years? This “Doomsday Argu…
 
We face a big challenge as business owners in today's overload of information. What's good information and at what point does that information influence us so much that we lose the ability to be different than the rest? This is particularly true in trade associations which I am a big proponent of. Have a listen for an idea about how to handle the b…
 
Creativity is iterative. It is about possibility. True creativity is about the everyday making of things; of just doing and refining until we can eventually get to our genius. Sometimes all we need is the discipline to just start. So if we can give ourselves the permission to just start with whatever terrible ideas we have, we can often get into th…
 
In this episode Garth and Eric interview Marianne Lloyd from Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ (she curates the AskPsychSessions features - bit.ly/askpsychsessions). Strongly extroverted, she enjoys collaborations and truly loves to learn. Her most prolific collaborator is a theologian at Notre Dame, and Catholicism plays an important role …
 
Physicists have traditionally simplified systems as much as possible, in order to shed light on fundamental properties. But small, simple parts build up into large, complex wholes. Are there new rules and laws of nature that apply specifically to the realm of complexity? This has been a popular question for a few decades now, and we have some answe…
 
My biggest competition has always been myself. Additionally, I’m a spender. Or, at least I used to be, and I’ve put a lot of thought into my spending habits and what that means for my lifestyle and business. Entrepreneurs often feel pressure to have as big a business as possible because of the competition or the false notion that a business isn’t “…
 
In this SoTL PsychSessions feature, Anna talks with Catherine Gayman from Troy University about her research on interteaching in an asynchronous online format. Catherine explains interteaching and describes her investigation into whether interteaching can be effectively implemented online. The article they discuss can be found at https://linktr.ee/…
 
Have you ever wondered, “Why does cheese melt”? Well, I’m going to talk about that today. What would we do without cheese that melts? Some are gooey. Others stretch forever. Pizza wouldn’t be pizza without stretchy cheese. And what about that oozing cheese on a grilled cheese sandwich? Ok, now I’m hungry. As always, let me take a moment for new lis…
 
Sometimes even when we’re working on our ‘calling’ we don’t even realize we’re working like machines. Many of us have lost our sense of wonder. We no longer look at the world in awe. We begin to believe that desiring something other than what we have is somehow a negative feeling. We Creative Warriors talk a lot about finding our ‘why.’ But what ab…
 
In this EDI_AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne chats with Rihanna Mason from Georgia State University. They discuss how to assess your university's current equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) landscape as well as opportunities to develop as a faculty member.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
In this EDI_AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Valerie Jones Taylor from Lehigh University. They cover how to have conversations around race in the classroom as well as the research on what factors are likely at play. Plus, Valerie offers a helpful metaphor to help you stay motivated to keep up the work.…
 
In this EDI_AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Susanna (Susy) Gallor from the University of Massachusetts Boston about Psi Chi Diversity opportunities regarding social justice and equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) as well as the importance of community and curiosity.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
In this EDI_AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Moin Syed from the University of Minnesota about how to be more inclusive at both the departmental and individual course levels.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
It’s easy to foresee that technological progress will change how we live; it’s much harder to anticipate exactly how. Self-driving cars represent an enormous technological challenge, but one that is plausibly on the way to being solved. What will be the unanticipated consequences when autonomous vehicles become commonplace? Jason Torchinsky is a fa…
 
There's no doubt our businesses are experiencing a huge disruption with the pandemic and resulting economic slowdown. But if you look at the long history of disruptions you'll see a few patterns emerge. One is to hang on. With patience, it will come around. Second is that you often end up with a hybrid model. Have a listen. There is likely more hop…
 
Today I’m going to review how to get raw milk cheese in Virginia via our herd share program. And, because I have lots of new listeners, I’m going to review our creamery project. I do want to take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners and welcome back to my veteran homestead loving regulars. Thank you so much for stopping by the FarmCast…
 
I often describe the Creative Warriors community as people who find meaning through their work. Some people are ok with doing less meaningful work because they find meaning in other areas of their life. And others, like many of my coaching clients, are transitioning out of corporate work into that of self-employed to find more meaning in what they …
 
In this PsychSessions sidebar conversation, Eric chatted with 2020 STP leaders Amy Fineburg (President), Tom Pusateri (Executive Director), and Jordan Troisi (ACT Director of Programming) about the arduous decision to cancel the in-person version of STP's premiere programming event. So many factors go into planning the Annual Conference on Teaching…
 
In this episode, Eric interviews Chris Hakala from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. As the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Director, Chris is incredibly popular serving his campus, especially in the COVID-19 era. We discuss his origin story and his occupations progression post-PhD, and the vital importance of und…
 
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