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Best Overinvested podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Overinvested podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In his Raising Young Athletes podcast, Dr. Jim Taylor—an internationally-recognized authority on sport psychology, child development, and parenting—offers a guiding hand to help parents ensure that their children’s sports participation encourages positive attitudes and promotes healthy developments as they move toward adulthood. The role of parents in shaping their children’s sports experience has never been more important, and Dr. Taylor shows parents how to send the right messages to their ...
 
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This week, Gavia and Morgan finally go deep on Paolo Sorrentino's art film-cum-television program "The Young Pope" and its sequel "The New Pope," in which they are both thoroughly overinvested. They discuss its treatment of Catholicism and the Church's recent scandals, Sorrentino's bravura direction, and above all, Jude Law's career-best performanc…
 
Episode #16: Guided Participation in Action of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the third of six episodes that explores the very direct impact that you have on your children in their athletic lives. You can get your children off on the right foot in their sports participation by taking some active steps that will set […] The post Raising Young …
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss "Birds of Prey," Cathy Yan's cracking sequel to the disastrous "Suicide Squad," once again featuring Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. They praise the film's visual style and Margot Robbie's bold performance, compare the current state of DC and Marvel films, and critique the film's handling of Ewan McGregor's queer-…
 
Episode #15: Forced vs. Guided Participation of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the second of six episodes that explores the very direct impact that you have on your children in their athletic lives. You play a vital role in your young athlete’s first experience in a sport. Forcing them to participate can lead to […] The post Raising Young Ath…
 
Episode #14: Needs and Responsibilities of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the first of six episodes that explores the very direct impact that you have on your children in their athletic lives. This episode examines the needs that drive both you and your children. It also considers the responsibilities that each of you have […] The post Raisin…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan diverge on Greta Gerwig's new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel "Little Women." They assess Gerwig's structural changes to the book, compare this iteration of the story to its previous adaptations, and discuss the film's marvelous troupe of actors including Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, and Timothée Chalame…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia dive into the year's biggest blockbuster catastrophe, "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," starring Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, and Oscar Isaac. They attempt to figure out what the hell went wrong, from an abysmal script to uninspired direction to a dire press tour. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong... and Overi…
 
Episode #13: Expectations of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the last of seven in a series that examines the psychological obstacles that can prevent athletes from enjoying their sports experiences, performing their best, and achieving their athletic goals. This episode is looks at the significant effect that expectations have on young athlete…
 
Episode #12: Emotions (Part II) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the sixth of seven in a series that examines the psychological obstacles that can prevent athletes from enjoying their sports experiences, performing their best, and achieving their athletic goals. This episode is the second of two parts that looks at the significant effect tha…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss the second installment of Philip Pullman's follow-up trilogy to "His Dark Materials," "The Secret Commonwealth," which finds Lyra Silvertongue studying at Oxford as a young adult. They discuss the novel's relationship to the earlier books, Pullman's new ideas about daemons, and second-book-in-a-trilogy problems.…
 
Episode #11: Emotions (Part I) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the fifth of seven in a series that examines the psychological obstacles that can prevent athletes from enjoying their sports experiences, performing their best, and achieving their athletic goals. This episode is the first of two parts that examines the significant effect that …
 
In the second installment of their film festival coverage, Gavia and Morgan discuss more highlights from this year's New York and London Film Festivals, including Céline Sciamma's historical lesbian romance "Portrait of a Lady on Fire," Martin Scorsese's gangster epic "The Irishman," Armando Iannucci's adaptation of "David Copperfield," and more.…
 
In the first installment of their film festival recap, Gavia and Morgan discuss some of the biggest films at the New York and London Film Festivals this year, including Noah Baumbach's divorce drama "Marriage Story," Pedro Almodóvar's autobiographical "Pain and Glory," the Judy Garland biopic "Judy," and more.…
 
Episode #10: Fear of Failure (Part II) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the fourth of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. This episode is the second of two parts that explores the powerfully negative impact of fear of failure on […] The post Rai…
 
Episode #9: Fear of Failure (Part I) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the third of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. This episode is the first of two parts that explores the powerfully negative impact of fear of failure on […] The post Raising…
 
Episode #8: Perfection to Excellence of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the second of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. Importantly, this series will consider ways in which parents hold these unhealthy attitudes and instill them in their childre…
 
Episode #7 of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the first of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. Importantly, this series will consider ways in which parents hold these unhealthy attitudes and instill them in their children. Also, importantly, what …
 
Episode #6: Perspective of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores the influence of perspective on how you as sport parents and your young athletes perceive, feel about, and react to their sports experiences. When I talk about perspective, I mean lens through you and your young children look at their sports involvement in terms of […] The post R…
 
Episode #5: Ownership of my Raising Young Athletes podcast examines the powerful impact that ownership has your children’s enjoyment, performance, and success in their sports lives. Ownership means that they participate because they are doing entirely for themselves, love their sport, and have goals they want to achieve, rather than because of thei…
 
Episode #4: Self-esteem of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores how self-esteem impacts young athletes’ athletic and personal development. Self-esteem involves how children come to perceive and value themselves, in other words, do they see themselves worthwhile people deserving of love and respect. Self-esteem influences happiness, well-being…
 
Episode #3: Self-identity of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores how the role that athletic identity plays in the development of children’s overall self-identity. Topics to be discussed include early specialization, values, the pressure parents feel to “keep up with the Jones,” balance, and the struggles parents have to take the good road fo…
 
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