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From the team that brought you Transition Radio Show, join renowned Life Transitions Expert, author, speaker, and media host personality, Paula Shaw, CADC, DCEP, for Change it Up! Radio. Humans have a Love-Hate relationship with change. We need it, and yet we hate the upheaval it brings, as well as the discomfort of the unfamiliar. The goal of this show is to bring listeners into harmony with change so they can relish it and grow from it. Join Paula as she creates a new kind of conversation, ...
 
Transition Radio is a weekly show that brings listeners information, strategies, and tools to move through life transitions smoothly while learning valuable lessons along the way. Episodes feature expert guests in the fields of Science, Wealth, Health, Love, Romance, Lifestyle, Spirituality, Personal Growth and Current topics, which empowers listeners to make wise choices and evolve their lives.
 
If you want to reduce stress, boost health and vitality, elevate consciousness, and learn leading-edge approaches to health and wellness… then the Higher Energy Podcast is for you! Listen as hosts Paula Shaw and Bob Schwarz interview cutting-edge researchers, innovators, practitioners, and experts who are changing the way we heal and feel by simply shifting our energy. The Higher Energy podcast, produced by the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology, offers cutting-edge strategies a ...
 
There's no denying it, the country is more divided than ever. You see families torn apart by social issues like sexism, racism, misogyny, sexual politics, and more. So much of the conversation isn't being had, because often times we don't want to listen to people with opposing views, particularly if there is a generational divide. We hope to re-start these conversations and talk about the things that matter from a multi-generational perspective. To get people talking in an open and heart-cen ...
 
In this bi-weekly podcast, Charlie Webster and Professor James Morton chat to world-renowned athletes and respected experts in performance and nutrition to bring you the insights that make your favourite sports men and women, faster, stronger and fitter. Each episode will make use of James' paper to podium approach that consists of applying the latest scientific research to training regimes in order to fuel a winning performance. You’ll be able to put some olympic-athlete-worthy tips and tri ...
 
The Mindful Cranks broadly explores the cultural translation of Buddhism in the West, various facets of Buddhist modernism, and the mainstreaming of mindfulness in secular contexts. The podcast serves as a forum for voices that go beyond the dominant narratives which have been thus far uncritical of consumerism, medicalization, psychologization, corporatization and self-help approaches. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines — the humanities, philosophy, cultural studies, education, critic ...
 
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Pundit and former Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher joins Charlie and James to discuss the evolution of the beautiful game. The ultimate one-club player, Jamie Carragher spent 17 years at Liverpool Football Club and he shares how sports science has changed at the club and for the sport throughout the years. With preseason upon us, Jamie also dis…
 
In this episode I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Sarah Shaw, who is an Honorary fellow of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies; and lecturer for the Oxford University Department of Continuing Education. We spoke about her new book, Mindfulness: Where It Comes From and What It Means – published in paperback by Shambala. This is a very acces…
 
Four time Tour De France winner, Chris Froome, and expert on Hydration for performance, Dr Lewis James, chat to Charlie and James about how hydrating correctly can be the difference between winning and losing. After winning seven Grand Tours, Cyclist Chris Froome OBE knows what it takes to perform race after race, but most recently has made an incr…
 
Former England Rugby Union Captain, Dylan Hartley, and leading expert on exercise recovery, Professor Glyn Howatson join Charlie Webster and Professor James Morton to discuss the importance of rest and recovery. Across the board, Rugby players are some of the least rested athletes in sport and so with Dylan being England’s most capped hooker, he’s …
 
World-record swimmer, Adam Peaty, and globally-renowned expert in training for performance, Professor John Hawley, join Charlie and James to discuss the importance of setting a goal for every session, what Concurrent training is and how we can use it to maximise performance. Throughout his career, Adam Peaty, has not only smashed world records but …
 
In this episode of Change It Up Radio, licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Chloe Carmichael, joins me to talk about how to channel our anxious energy into productivity and personal and professional fulfillment. We Discuss: - How many people have been coping with stress and anxiety during these current times - What nervous energy is and how we can u…
 
World Record Marathon runner, Paula Radcliffe MBE, and expert in the physiology of endurance athletes, Professor Andy Jones, join Charlie and James to share the secrets of running a fast marathon. After holding the marathon world record for 17 years, Paula Radcliffe reveals her training that led to her success, plus her career highlights and retiri…
 
Manchester United players Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Lee Grant join Charlie and James in this Soccer Special. This episode unveils the behind the scenes details of what it really takes to keep a footballer fit and focussed. All three players share their fuelling and recovery strategies, their advice for amateur and aspiring professional footballe…
 
World-leading cyclist Tao Geoghegan Hart, from the Ineos Grenadiers, and former dietician for the Australian Olympic Team, Professor Louise Burke, join Charlie and James to debunk myths and controversies around carbohydrates as well as discussing the best ways to use carbs to fuel podium performances. First up, Tao Geoghegan Hart talks about how he…
 
Today, I want to talk a bit about my journey into radio and podcasting, how it all began, and give a fond farewell to the wonderful staff at KCBQ as this is my last show being broadcast on San Diego radio. It is certainly quite difficult for me to say goodbye to all of these wonderful people, and I am forever grateful for all of the guidance and su…
 
Today we’re talking about women in business and the latest state-of-the-art podcast platform. If you're a podcaster, then you know just how challenging it can be to build an engaged listenership, accurately track audience data and insights, find sponsorships, and make a profit from podcasting. The reality is that 85% of podcasters don't make any mo…
 
Today we’re talking about gut health: what it is, why it's important, and how we can transform our health and wellness from the inside out. It's likely that you've heard the terms "gut health" and maybe even "leaky gut" referenced before, but are you aware of just how important the gut is? The gut, or gastrointestinal tract, plays a crucial role in…
 
Arsenal and England football player, Jordan Nobbs joins Charlie and James to discuss the impact the menstrual cycle has on her training, performance and nutrition as well as her commentary on being a woman in a male-dominated sport. Historically, menstrual cycles and female athletes have been left at the bottom of the priority list amongst research…
 
Join Paula Shaw as she talks about how to improve your skills for talking to people in pain and shares how to navigate your way through those "tough talks" so that you can feel more confident and competent when having them. What do you say to someone who has just experienced a loss or some other type of traumatic event in their life? Most of us wan…
 
In this episode, I was fortunate to speak to Gregory Kramer who is the founding teacher of the Insight Dialogue Community. Back in 2015, I invited Gregory to be one of the keynote speakers at an international conference that I organized on Mindfulness at SFSU. I knew of his work on Insight Dialogue. I recently stumbled upon his new book, A Whole-Li…
 
There’s way too much grief in the world right now, and there is not a single person on this planet who hasn’t suffered some type of loss over the course of this past year. We’ve got people who are grieving senseless deaths from violent events that have recently taken place in the U.S., we’ve got people who have lost their jobs and businesses and ha…
 
Boxing world champion, Carl Frampton, and protein expert, Professor Stuart Phillips, join Charlie and James to discuss the importance of perfecting Protein intake for peak performance. First up we hear Carl Frampton openly discuss how he uses protein to help him make weight, his preparations for the upcoming world title fight and also what we can l…
 
Today we're talking about the power of incorporating storytelling in both our business and personal life. When we think of storytelling we might think about a good book or a movie that we’ve enjoyed, but sharing stories isn’t just about entertainment. Think about it, what connects you to other people? When you meet someone new and really hit it off…
 
In this bumper episode, Geraint Thomas, Professor Steve Peters and Dr Trent Stellingwerff chat to Charlie and James about weight management and how you can apply their expertise to achieve your goals. First, you’ll hear from Steve Peters, the author of the self-help book ‘The Chimp Paradox’. Steve explains how to take back control of your mind and …
 
Today we’re talking about the grief that we face when having to say goodbye to the unconditional love of a pet. If you’re an animal lover, you know that rarely do our beloved pets live as long we do. And at some point, we may come face to face with the tough decision of when to let them go and free them of their pain and suffering. Our pets are a s…
 
Today, on Higher Energy, we are joined by special guest Mary Sise, who for over two decades has been a leading voice in advancing the field of energy psychology. In addition to being traditionally trained as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Mary integrates energy psychology methods into her practice and has trained hundreds of clinicians in these…
 
Valentine’s Day is a day that is charged with potential for romance or disaster. Men mostly hate it because they can never seem to get it right. I know in my own life, the best V-Day I ever had was the one in which I told my husband exactly what I wanted, where I wanted to dine, and what I wanted to feel. The truth is that men usually want to make …
 
In this episode, I spoke with Daniel Simpson about his wonderful new book, The Truth of Yoga: A Comprehensive Guide to Yoga’s History, Texts, Philosophy, and Practices, just published by North Point Press. It’s an easy read because Daniel is a professional writer having left a burgeoning career in journalism after he became disillusioned with mains…
 
Wikket Bear Shaw was born in Apple Valley, California on August 8, 2004. He was a little Pomeranian who was the epitome of energy, joy, love, excitement, and living in the moment. He taught those lessons to all around him in a patient, loving, respectful way. Everyone who met him experienced love at first sight and that just increased his joy. He w…
 
Have you ever found yourself baffled by your behaviors? Have you ever opened your mouth and found yourself saying the very thing your mother always said that you hated hearing her say? Why do we do things we don’t really want to be doing? Why is it so hard to change certain things about who we are and what we do? In this week’s episode, Paula talks…
 
In this episode I spoke with Andrea R. Jain, Associate professor of religious studies at Indiana University, Indianapolis about her new book Peace Love Yoga: The Politics of Global Spirituality, published by Oxford University Press. Our conversation explores how modern, commodified yoga serves a neoliberal agenda by containing social activism and p…
 
Times are challenging for Americans right now. Many of us are wondering if Peace is Possible. We are seeing behavior among our fellow Americans like nothing we have ever seen before. Americans have stormed their own capital in an attempted coup. What is happening? What should we do? How can we help to calm the storm? How can we best take care of ou…
 
Join Paula for the first show of 2021 as she shares some of the changes Change It Up Radio is implementing. First of all, she will be doing the first and last shows of the month solo to enable her to bring to her listeners tools and techniques that she uses with her private clients to change, release, and shift problematic thoughts, feelings, and b…
 
In this episode I spoke with Michal Pagis who is an associate professor of sociology at Bar Ilan University, Israel about her new book Inward: Vipassana Meditation and the Embodiment of the Self published by the University of Chicago Press in 2019. Using micro-sociological analysis through participant observation and auto-enthnography, Michal studi…
 
Join Paula for this special holiday show where she interviews her Dad, Jack Gutman, two days before his 95th birthday! Jack was born in 1925, back when the world was a very different place. People were lucky if they were making $50 a week, and 10 cents could buy way more than it does today. In his 95 years, Jack has seen a lot of things, including …
 
In this episode I spoke with Adrian Daub about his new book, What Tech Calls Thinking, published by FSG Originals. I discovered Adrian’s fascinating book in a New York Times review which called it ‘scintillating.” Adrian examines the philosophical traditions tech leaders and their boosters draw on to make plausible and inevitable their industry’s r…
 
Join Paula as she addresses the fact that we are a world of holiday grievers this year. We have all suffered the loss of the ability to celebrate the holidays in our usual traditional ways. The COVID-19 Pandemic has made holiday grievers of us all. This year there will be no holiday parties, holiday shows, caroling, large family gatherings, or larg…
 
Join Paula as she tells a tale from her own life, recanting the ups and downs of what she now refers to as "Lessons From the Rat Seminar." Paula expounds on her own experience of living in a home that suddenly became rat-infested, creating nightly fears and trauma that eventually forced her into a move that she did not want and had not planned on. …
 
Today we're talking about the mind-killing potential of fear and how we can overcome it so that it no longer runs our life. Any individual that's experienced fear knows how it can destroy our focus and our ability to think rationally. It has a way of latching onto our minds and our emotions, consuming all of our thoughts, steering us into a particu…
 
Today we're talking about healing the painful wounds of war and breaking free from the suffering of post-traumatic stress. For many people, when they hear the term "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder," or "PTSD," their minds tend to gravitate toward the image of traumatized soldiers returning home from war after witnessing their comrades being seriousl…
 
Today, on Higher Energy, we are joined by special guest Dawson Church, an award-winning science writer and researcher with three best-selling books to his credit who has edited or authored a number of books in the fields of health, psychology, and spirituality. His principal works are The Genie in Your Genes, which reviews the research linking cons…
 
One of the biggest stressors for Americans today is the upcoming election. People are filled with fear about how to make their vote count, the possibility of long lines at the polls, and voter tampering, among many other fears. We are a country filled with division and anger and fear right now and no area shows that better than the current climate …
 
Join Grief Expert Paula Shaw as she explores the grief that is being experienced worldwide as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you’ve lost your job, your relationship, your normal routine, a loved one to the virus, or faith that your government will keep you safe, everyone on the planet has been touched by this virus. We are herding mamma…
 
I often get the question – “Well, who is doing innovative and leading-edge work on social and civic mindfulness – who is teaching mindfulness outside of the clinical, biomedical, and individualistic framework? I kept hearing Paula Haddock’s name pop up. Paula Haddock is a long-time social activist and spent many years working in non-profit fundrais…
 
This conversation explores an obscure historical figure, Dhammaloka, who was perhaps one of the first Westerners ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1901 in British occupied Burma. Laurence Cox is co-author of The Irish Buddhist: The Forgotten Monk who Faced Down the British Empire, published by Oxford University Press. Based on ten year of archival res…
 
We have all been through eight months of living an altered lifestyle due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools are still struggling to figure out how to teach online. Businesses have been closed or dramatically altered, in order to stay alive. Medical appointments happen online or in very carefully monitored settings. Shopping is nothing like it once w…
 
In this Episode, I spoke with Daniel Nehring, who is an Associate Professor of Sociology at East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai. Daniel is, in my opinion, an ascending and prolific scholar in the field of critical sociology, and an amazing networker who has brought together a diverse group of international collaborators from…
 
Join Paula as she riffs about Reflections From Her Seventies. This is a bit humorous as she has only been in her 70’s for 3 weeks! However, she has some strong viewpoints she wants to share about aging, love, COVID-19, and the earth. All her life, Paula has noticed that when people get older, they seem less concerned about appearances and more conc…
 
Don’t miss this episode of Change It Up Radio as Paula interviews Ken Redcross, MD. They will be talking about the latest science showing that Vitamin D levels between 40 and 60 are critical in strengthening the immune system and protecting us from getting COVID-19. Dr. Redcross gives us a website where we can order an in-home test to see what our …
 
Join Paula as she talks with the incredible Amikaeyla Gaston. Proclaimed as one of the “purest contemporary voices” by National Public Radio (NPR), Amikaeyla is a force for change. A Cultural Arts Ambassador for the State Department, as well as a highly sought-after performer and public speaker, she travels worldwide doing expansive work with polit…
 
In this Episode, I spoke with Matthew Ingram, author of, Retreat: How the Counterculture Invented Wellness – recently published this summer by Repeater Books. Reading Matthew’s book was like taking a walk down memory lane for me, revisiting many of the key figures of the counterculture – and discovering many unknown connections between such figures…
 
Join Paula as she interviews creative Entrepreneur, Brett Hummel, the founder of ProMazo and The 100k Mentor Challenge. She will also be talking to Elizabeth Erwin, a student in this much-needed program that serves college students all over the country. ProMazo started as a student club because Brett noticed that many college students did not have …
 
Today, on Higher Energy, we are joined by special guest Dr. Fred Luskin, a lecturer at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Senior Consultant in Health Promotion/Wellness at the Stanford University Health Center, and one of the world’s leading researchers and teachers on the subject of forgiveness. He is the author of the best-selling books,…
 
Join Paula as she interviews a courageous, compassionate man. Most people let a terminal cancer diagnosis defeat them but this man turned it into a catalyst to turn his life upside down and become the man he was meant to be. Cort Davies was diagnosed with Malignant Paraganglioma in November of 2017. He was given just three years to live. Instead of…
 
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