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"From the time you are born, Til you ride in a hearse, Everything that happens in between could be worse." With his Death Perception podcast, self-help host Joe Casper shares insights on living life, death, and everything in-between. Joe has a unique vantage point as a funeral director.
 
A One Woman show, Ms. Tonya takes you on a thrill. A multi role personality, Ms. Tonya takes on the role of a Lady, a Queen, an Empress, and a Goddess. Sit back as she lures you into a story of Truth and Perception. Imagine Theater meeting Podcast. Covering on issues from sexism to politics, from hate to love. You never know which role you will run into! Join her every week. Leave a message for the show at www.mstonya.com , where your clip might be chosen for a future episode.
 
What happens when what you think is true doesn’t line up with reality? We call that a perception gap, and it can lead to damaging misconceptions about society’s most pressing issues. In this podcast, we explore the spaces where our perceptions don’t reflect the truth of the world around us – and in doing so look for solutions and common ground. Hosted by The Christian Science Monitor’s Samantha Laine Perfas.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of Freshness of Poetic Perception by Paul Hamilton Hayne. This was the Weekly Poetry project for October 7, 2012.Paul Hamilton Hayne was born in Charleston, South Carolina. He left his law practice to persue his literary interests. He became a literaey critic and magazine editor in Grovetown, Georgia, where he lived until his death. (Summary by David Lawrence)
 
Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
Pathways To Perception is where Biblical Theology meets Modern Lifestyles. This broadcast reaches across denominational boundaries with the essentials of the Christian Faith! Join other listeners from around the world and together, you will learn many exciting facts about the Holy Bible, Salvation and your daily relationship with Jesus Christ!
 
Please note that these talks are from a 4 week retreat for experienced meditators. The talks and meditations can be listened to in any order or individually, but as they progressively unfold different levels of understanding of Emptiness, they will probably be more fully understood and the practices more easily developed if taken in series.
 
How and why does music impact human behavior? Each episode we dive into music psychology and music science research from a music therapist's perspective. Come away with practical tips for how you can apply what you learn about music into your everyday life. Find more information on the research articles and music included in each episode at our website, www.InstrumentalPodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter (@instrumentalpod) and Facebook for the latest news and updates!
 
Inside the Green Room with Danny Green offers an inside look into the life of current NBA veteran Danny Green. Co-hosted by Danny Green and Harrison Sanford, the duo uncovers stories of an NBA player who has won two NBA titles and a National Championship but at one point found himself fighting for a spot in the league. Follow the show on social media: Twitter: @GreenRoomInside Instagram: @InsideGreenRoom Facebook: Inside the Green Room YouTube: Inside the Green Room with Danny Green The podc ...
 
Weekly Perception is a Spiritual Entrepreneurs Podcast where I explore my Spiritual Practices and Document my experiences. I also tell you what I’ve learnt and what I’m doing to act on my new found knowledge and clarity, in life and beyond. How I’m helping myself in hopes to help others and live the lifestyle I’ve always wanted, by understanding the boundaries of the human psyche and the nature of reality and it’s truths beyond the mind. Buckle up and prepare yourself for the purpose of this ...
 
Bringing you inspiration to live a more creative lifestyle. Because our favorite people are the ones that choose the path less traveled. This podcast is aimed to shift your perceptions on how you approach life, creativity and success. The co-hosts Jay Alders and Chelsea Alders tap into their diverse experience in running four large and successful businesses while parenting three young children and traveling the world. Jay and Chelsea interview entrepreneurs, artists, rockstars, writers, crea ...
 
It is possible to live your dreams, manifest your heart-felt visions and live without struggle. Rebel against conditional love, limits, and fear. Embrace possibility, individuality, and freedom. Start seeing love in every one, every thing, and every experience. Hosted by Leanne Vogel.
 
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With whatever town this is actively under attack from a gang of slaver pirates, it's going to fall to the Heroes of Breachill to save the citizens. We aren't sure where we are, or anything that happened leading up to this attack- but we're the only chance they have, now! Catch our show LIVE on twitch.tv every Saturday at 2pm EST/11am PT! Check out …
 
A look at how can we use instruction and feedback to guide self-organization in motor learning. Why, when and how should a coach use these types of informational constraints? Articles: When and how to provide feedback and instructions to athletes? – How sport psychology and pedagogy insights can improve coaching interventions to enhance self-regula…
 
Episode 288 Sometimes it is the little things that can make all the difference. In a photograph, it might be a shift in POV or depth of frame. In our printing, it might be the right paper selection. No matter what you are working on a small change can be a big deal. However, as the days seemingly run together in this year of COVID, I got to thinkin…
 
There’s a popular saying “perception is reality” but this week I challenge you to think about this and question whether this is true. Our perception is our reality, but it may not be the reality. Listen and learn why what we perceive is not always the way things are. I’ll give you a real life example and show you how opening your mind can improve y…
 
How can we learn more by seeing more? This fascinating piece looks at how learning and the zone of proximal development (ZPD) of a student can be used to help the process. We are learning about learning, thanks partly to the use of algorithms that monitor our progress and performance. This talk asks challenging questions; "In terms of performance, …
 
Our old friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are back and they are helping us learn about the perception of opportunity. In life, we are inevitably presented with road blocks. Looking at a closed door as road block is one thing. But, looking at it as life leading us to another opportunity is the focus in today's episode of Subjectively Objective. -…
 
This episode is #EmPWR'd by @PlayWitRoxI chose to express my thoughts about the difficulties I've seen in society and shared my vision of a potential solution through education, awareness, and knowledge of self. Please support @Waseoffpodcast by leaving a monetary donation of your choice via PayPal using my email waseoff@gmail.com. Please leave an …
 
This week stretch your mind and think about what you want to change in the world and learn how you can start with making changes yourself. I’ll guide you through some questions to think about that will open your mind some more and allow you to discover how your thoughts create your feelings and how we are 100% in charge of our feelings. Others do n…
 
Trainees with an interest in perioperative medicine (TRIPOM) is an ever growing organisation set to continue the global push for perioperative care. This high energy podcast gives you a taste of the enthusiasm people pick up as they learn more about the value of these ideas. The focus here is on promoting healthy aging across two primary domains: c…
 
"Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery" - was originally streamed live from the Charles Sammons Cancer Center, Dallas, during EBPOM-USA 2019 on www.topmedtalk.com Hear this excellent talk, for free, on this podcast. If you'd like to attend an event like this ensure your next click is here: www.ebpom.org/meetings If you have any comments or questi…
 
COVID-19 has spread quickly throughout the world, and Cochrane is preparing a series of rapid reviews of the evidence to help decision makers with their response. In this podcast, lead author, Jake Burns from the University of Munich in Germany describes the findings of our review of the effects of travel-related control measures, which was publish…
 
This is a personal Journal Entry. I reflect on my past experiences and how fortunate I have been. When looking back I realized how many natural disasters I was fortunate to survive. Including Category 5 Hurricanes, Tornado, Earthquake, and at the epicenter of a Pandemic. This is one of the last personal journals I will be putting out. I will be pro…
 
What are the latest developments in quality improvement programs that help operative teams around the world take what they do to the next level? When does the surgical journey begin? How has a focus upon patients prior to surgery improved outcomes? What are "the five phases of care"? How has data collection and management helped us to continually i…
 
In this week’s episode, Peadar and Darach are visited by Manchán Magan, the creator of the Gaeilge Tamagotchi project, Gaeilge Amháin and author of “Thirty Two Words For Field”, his new book about the Irish language and the ecological and social wisdom contained in its precise vocabulary, wisdom that would be lost if the language is lost too. Manch…
 
Believe it or not, there are actually rules to being funny. Also, do you think "woah" is a separate word from "whoa"? Some people do, and they think it has a separate meaning. Read the transcript: Humor Writing. Whoa. Use the hashtag #WhereIListen and tag me to show me where you listen to the Grammar Girl podcast. Subscribe to the newsletter for re…
 
"4-10% of opioid naïve patients will continue to use opioids more than 90 days after surgery" Opioids are good for pain control but there's another issue, they also numb emotional pain. How do we responsibly deal with this? It's important to remember: "When you give patients high doses, you're putting them at risk". Long term listeners will recall …
 
Heading into the Western Conference Finals, Danny Green is joined by teammate Markieff Morris as they relive their semifinals win vs Houston. They discuss Russell Westbrook, Danuel House and the lineup switch mid series. To open the show, Danny and co-host Harrison Sanford discuss Danny’s excitement to guard Jamal Murray and react to Danny’s most r…
 
"But it's hard." - Scott Pilgrim, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Firstly, If you haven't seen this flick, DO IT! Secondly, this has a lot to do with what the Subjectively Objective podcast is about today. Communication is hard. Often times, we allow ourselves to get caught in an invisible fight with the other person(s) in the relationship because nei…
 
A quick surprising poll of perioperative practitioners sets the tone for a robust advocation of the responsibility of surgeons and practitioners to do surgery right; as opposed to being inclined to feeling it must be done "right now!". A data driven approach combined with a patient focused attitude are at the centre of the argument. How do these fa…
 
Dr. W. Keith Campbell is a social psychologist and professor in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program at the University of Georgia. Best known for his research and writing on narcissism, Dr. Campbell is the author of several books including The Handbook of Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder, When You Love a Man Who Loves Himself, …
 
What insights does a history of working in military healthcare bring? How do we cut back on readmissions to hospital after time spent in the intensive care unit? How serious an issue is 'burn out' within healthcare? How did standardisation help when designing an award winning patient transfer bag? What's the best way to transfer a patient from ward…
 
Recorded live at the Association of Anaesthetists' Winter Scientific Meeting 2020 in the centre of London from The Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Hear the conversation and questions asked by our online audience. In our online world is there still a place for a paper based journal? What are the big stories and hot topics of 2020 going to be? What about …
 
This week Jenna and Joe talk about JayZoMon's Pop Culture Expo and what guests already lined up for the 2021 event! Then they get into how they miss attending live events during the pandemic and make a discovery about how much that sort of thing is needed for them. Afterward, they talk about the importance of live crowds and much, much more!…
 
With a coven defeated at our feet (well, mostly), the time has come to press forward through the far side of Dreamgate. We may have ourselves a wonderful home base here for adventures beyond, but who knows what may lie past the far portal... Catch our show LIVE on twitch.tv every Saturday at 2pm EST/11am PT! Check out the Discord server for a #camp…
 
Beavers. In England, they've come, then gone, then come & gone & now they are coming back again & we want them to stay. For years many organisations have worked hard to get beavers back in the English ecosystems & with recent news of the UK government giving the right to remain to some family groups of beavers on the river otter in Devon, this work…
 
What happens when cutting edge computer game creators, fresh from working on top titles in their industry such as 'Hunger Games' and 'Mission Impossible', use their skills to simulate high stress moments from the real world of anesthesia and surgery? Using "the neuro-science of game design" to help accelerate learning within the profession: "The mo…
 
People have been asking about the "unavailable" meaning of "out of pocket" for decades, but there's also an "inappropriate" meaning that is spreading. Read the transcript: Out of Pocket Use the hashtag #WhereIListen and tag me to show me where you listen to the Grammar Girl podcast. Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates. Watch my LinkedIn…
 
Once upon a time there was a young woman from Derry called Emma who loved dogs, baking and movies. She didn’t think about politics very often. Then she met a Californian called Jake and fell in love. She had no idea that she was about to find herself in the middle of a half-decade-long legal battle which would open a can of worms at a time when Ang…
 
This is the toughest episode I have recorded so far. Ms. Tonya takes on the role of an Empress as she lures you into the history of the experiences and influences from Florida, California, and New York that make up her Empire today. She takes you through hard times and proves that changing your mindset.....will change your world. Please rate, subsc…
 
"We take care of the world but we don't take care of ourselves" This piece is focused on suicide and emotional stress, the latter has been a theme on TopMedTalk for some time now. Here you'll find out how to tackle this significant health concern, how to identify it, what the warning signs are, how to develop emotional intelligence and information …
 
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