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Need some respite from the work day grind? Join the fun on this episode for a light-hearted take on workplace humor. Dan Hill delivers a real tongue-in-cheek take on the corporate lingo and jargon that infiltrates our workplaces. But with every joke he makes, there is a pang of truth: “emojis; the feelings you would be having at work if they were a…
 
How different would you life look if you could create passive income (the kind that just comes in automatically each month) to cover your car payment or house payment? Now imagine taking that even further where you generate enough passive income that allow's you to control your time and live the lifestyle you want while working less. That's what yo…
 
What makes us more likely to believe in conspiracy theories? Can our religious beliefs or political affiliations determine whether we're less likely to believe in scientific facts? Why are health conspiracy theories some of the most widely believed notions? We revisit a conversation with Eric Oliver who talks us through the factors that drive peopl…
 
Friends, sisters and serial killers all feature in the book choices for this week. Writer and stand-up comedian Athena Kugblenu picks 'My Sister the Serial Killer' by Oyinkan Braithwaite, a darkly comic tale which is as much about sibling rivalry as it is about murder. Nell Dunn's memoir about love and friendship, 'The Muse', is Harriett Gilbert's …
 
Misinformation is like a virus, spreading quickly and propagating in a way that doesn’t benefit its host. Andy Noman describes harmful ideas as acting like “mind parasites” that deploy clever tactics to infect our thinking by circumventing our mental immune systems. And we’re even more susceptible to bad ideas than we realize. So how do we immunize…
 
If you’ve ever struggled with confidence, limiting beliefs or just need help finding the courage to pursue your full potential, this episode is for you! Welcome to Jon Gordon’s Positive University Podcast. Today Jon is joined by, Heather Monahan. Heather is a top podcaster, acclaimed keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and founder of Boss in Heels. Heat…
 
Attorney General Steve Marshall joins us to discuss the state’s lawsuits over the federal vaccine mandate and the litigation over reapportionment. Rep. Louise Alexander of Birmingham will talk with us about her concerns with the redistricting maps and with legislation concerning vaccination exemptions. Sen. Will Barfoot of Pike Road will discuss hi…
 
In this episode Jon Gordon is joined by Chef Andrew Gruel. Andrew is the Founder and Executive Chef of Slapfish Restaurant, the award-winning food truck turned international brick and mortar restaurant sensation with nearly 30 locations nationwide. Chef Andrew has appeared on multiple Food Network shows, the TODAY Show", PBS, Cooking Channel and mo…
 
How do you respond to someone who says “the earth is flat” or “Covid is a hoax”? Before we can try and reason with conspiracy theorists, we must first understand the reason they have ventured down that path. Lee McIntyre has spent years researching science deniers and has found a common set of traits in their behavior. He also argues that we should…
 
Host of Hidden Brain podcast, Shankar Vedantam talks with us about the powers: both useful and harmful, of our delusional thinking. Nations are an example of useful delusions; they are an entirely human-made construct, yet they can present us with a unifying, shared identity. There is a tipping point, however, at which our beliefs can become harmfu…
 
The NHS palliative care doctor and author Rachel Clarke (Breathtaking, Dear Life) and the barrister and author Mohsin Zaidi (A Dutiful Boy) share the books that inspire them with presenter Harriett Gilbert.Rachel chooses The Diving Bell and The Butterfly, a memoir about locked-in syndrome by Jean-Dominique Bauby. Mohsin picks a collection of essays…
 
Welcome to Jon Gordon’s Positive University Podcast. In this episode Jon is joined by Seth Radwell for a fascinating discussion on how certain historical events reveal the secrets of how we can unite our deeply divided nation. This is more than a podcast, it’s basically a masterclass on how we got here and how we move forward. Seth is an internatio…
 
Listen to Kurt and Tim’s spooky Halloween Special about some common biases that can seem a bit scary. But don’t fear, the scariest thing about this episode is actually Kurt and Tim’s jokes! Find out why some biases are a bit spooky, what makes us susceptible to them, and most importantly how we can overcome them. Thanks for taking the time to learn…
 
Rudeness is contagious, in a similar way to a virus. When experiencing a rude encounter, our brain perceives it like a threat. And once we’ve tuned in to this low-level threat, we’re more likely to notice it around us, and therefore more likely to display rude behavior ourselves. Our guest on this episode is Dr Trevor Foulk PhD, Assistant Professor…
 
Writers Musa Okwonga (One of Them, Striking Out) and Sophie Heawood (The Hungover Games) share their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert. Musa chooses The Bone Readers by Jacob Ross, a crime novel set in the Caribbean. Sophie picks Lunch Poems, a collection by Frank O'Hara written on the streets of New York and Harriett introduces them to An Expe…
 
How do we make decisions? What factors influence the final outcome? Do default settings change our preferences? Every decision we make; from choosing something on a menu to deciding whether to be an organ donor, is influenced by our environmental context and the default selections presented to us. Professor Eric J. Johnson has distilled the latest …
 
Anxiety in the workplace has always been present, even pre-pandemic but rates of anxiety, particularly among young employees, have worsened since 2020. So what obligation do organizations have to their employees' mental health? How can managers recognize the signs of anxiety, and how can we help our colleagues with those feelings? Following our inc…
 
Jon Gordon is joined by Jonathan Isaac, NBA player for the Orlando Magic. In addition to being a star on the court, Jonathan has received a lot of attention for his public stance on certain popular issues. He's a very insightful young man with a big heart to make a positive difference in the world. During this episode Jonathan talks about taking a …
 
Today Jon Gordon is joined by Howard Behar. Howard was the North American president of Starbucks for 21 years. During his tenure, he helped grow the franchise from 28 stores to more than 15,000 across five continents and served on the Starbucks board of directors for 12 years until his retirement. He’' actually the one who coined the term "We aren’…
 
Cindy Small says different, unique and quirky childhoods can produce wonderful experiences even if you do spend time with New Orleans mobsters! The food is great, music is fabulous, and you just might end up becoming the best dancer in the room. There is literary fodder to be had from friendships with madames, jazz and mafia dealings.…
 
What life habits keep our brain healthy? How does our mind respond to trauma? And why does the way we talk about suicide and mental health make such a difference to those who are struggling? We discuss all these topics with neuroscience researcher Dr Daniel Almeida. To mark World Mental Health Day on Sunday, Oct 10, 2021, we decided to delve into t…
 
The clearest indicators of our financial solvency are based on the behaviors we exhibit with our investments. Dr. Daniel Crosby PhD is a psychologist, behavioral finance expert, asset manager and bestselling author of four books including “The Behavioral Investor”: https://amzn.to/3Bl4s3t. We examine with him the question of whether financial succe…
 
We have a complete wrap-up of the special legislative session on prisons. Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth will join us to discuss the plan to build several new prisons. Rep. Chris England of Tuscaloosa, the chair of the Alabama Democratic Party, will talk with us about his contention that new prisons won’t solve our problems behind bars. House Judiciary Co…
 
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