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Ted Harrington is a tour de force and we had a in depth discussion about cyber security. We talked about how companies should be thinking about cyber security and how to look at communication when dealing with vulnerability testing outcomes. Ted is a TED talker, author, podcaster and has regular involvement in DEF CON organising IoT Village. He has…
 
Steve D Sims is a character and as he quite rightly says he cannot be misunderstood. He is very clear about who he is and what he does. He has done some amazing things and his Bluefishing Playbook is a treasure trove of practical advice. Make no mistakes the psychological underpinnings are there its very clear in what to do. His main purpose is to …
 
Dillon Dhanecha was an unusual interview. We met on clubhouse and had a very interesting discussion with regards to psychology of finance and people's relationship with money on a cognitive basis. We spoke about how his disastrous path to reclaiming his personal wealth and then doing good through personal financial responsibility has allowed him to…
 
Dawna was an interesting guest. We go into some of my favourite topics which are meditation and brain waves and how your thoughts and thinking can change using some simple pattern interrupts. We talk about how the brain waves function and how you can use meditation to trigger these mental states which help change your thinking. We talk about her pa…
 
Erin Mac taught me a lot about emotional management which is way more complicated and beneficial than what people think. The value in being able to understand and identify emotions to make use of them in the correct way is incredibly important. I enjoyed listening to her insights and to be able to share her story. She was a joy to have on and I lov…
 
Brian Fanzo was a cool guest whoo found out late that he had ADHD. He turned that into his superpower and understanding how he thinks allows him to connect with people better and improve how he works. Find out how he uses ADHD to its fullest advantage and how he is able to excel by knowing how he thinks. He is known as isocialfanz and you can conne…
 
Todays guest is a podcaster of note. He has his own B2B podcasting agency author and created the XL Live stream series and was a fascinating guest. We talk about artificial intelligence, deep fakes, blue traffic lights and storytelling and how this carries multiple layers of information. He was a fascinating guest and I enjoyed interviewing him. To…
 
Jack Kammer has a wealth of experience as a former social worker and a parole officer. His insights into patriarchy and matriarchy and the dynamics was a refreshing take on how patriarchy has developed a negative image. We talk about male hood, being a counter feminist and how men need to redefine patriarchy in a positive way and take more responsi…
 
Casey Thomas reveals the origin of the word diet. We talk about the preferred fuel for the brain whether or not ketosis works for you and what is the best way to fuel your body and brain when it comes to nutrition and training. We only scratched the surface on this topics and it was interesting to see how simple changes can make a massive differenc…
 
Todays guest is Jane Tarrant previously known as Darth Vader before she learned about breathing and becoming and advocate for relearning breathing habits to improve wellness and awareness. We explore some fascinating topics focused around the importance of CO2 in breathing. We talk about habit formation and the how feedback loops work. This is an e…
 
Dr Brian as he is known was a fun guest to interview. What I didn't know is he is a legend on Tik Tok for dispelling myths. We had a fascinating discussion about perception and how Vladimir Putin used perception manipulation during the Sochi Olympics to control the narrative. This was disturbing in many ways as it proves how powerful psychology can…
 
Karen is an inspiring woman and someone to learn from. I had the pleasure of getting to know her through clubhouse and was able to get the chance to interview this very tough and determined lady. We explore her story and how it changed her life and how her mindset has helped her not only cope but thrive and reach new heights when it comes to challe…
 
I had the privilege of interviewing Alison Blackler the. author of A Path Travelled. We dive into her work and the book itself. We explore all the intricacies of how people think and what they can do to make changes in their life. Alison's. insights were extraordinary personal and practical. Her work and training in practical methods to understand …
 
I love Jodi's book. It is literally packed with information and her podcast interview was fascinating. The amount of information I got from her book has got me excited to share more and to use it to improve my own health and cognitive function. This is an absolute must have to help optimise the brain and improve health easily. Amazon - https://amzn…
 
James has had an interesting life working in shipping and corporate environment. His insight into how competitive the corporate world can be allowed him to pivot into a completely new arena as part of his own transformation. His insight and experience was evident and I enjoyed being able to interview him. James does motivational speaking and coachi…
 
Natsune is a fascinating person who has recently published her book and has some amazing insights. I enjoyed interviewing her exploring Japanese mindset and approach to life. We talk about life, cognition and a number of topics like Pavlov's dogs from her book called The Game Of Self Domination. She is on all major social media channels and can be …
 
Ryan Lockee has taken a unique approach using storytelling to get life messages and advice across in a unique way. His use of relatable characters allow for this message to resonate well with his audience. The value in this book will be timeless in the lessons that can be conveyed. We talk about a wide range of topics to explore how these lessons c…
 
This was one of the most interesting interviews I had the privilege of creating and hosting an awesome guest. We talk about emotional maps and how integrated the mind and body connection is. She is a mind-body therapist and fascinatingly interesting guest with a wealth of knowledge to share. Beverly Kune designed the School of Mind-Body Integrative…
 
This is part of my archived podcast when I did interviews for obstacle course racing. The reason I have added this episode is because of the grit and determination it took Ken to survive. I had the privilege of interviewing Ken Jones the author of Darkness Descending. Ken went on a winter trip to Romania and got caught up in an avalanche which resu…
 
I get to speak with very interesting people and today's guest is no exception. This is an episode for teenagers and parents of teenagers but the lessons are relevant to all. Michael Arterberry Master Encourager, and Dynamic Motivational Speaker. As a teenager, Michael was fortunate to receive guidance from positive adult role models who helped him …
 
Dustin Miller PolyInnovator is an omnichannel content creator, and aspiring Polymath. We talk about philosophy, health, learning, breathing and awareness. We dive into how to develop the areas which Dustin calls pillars which are core to becoming a polymath. Creator of OmniContent, Self-EduDevMent concept, Modular Education Framework, and the Four …
 
Jay Jay Davey left the forces in 2016. Despite having dyslexia and dyscalculia he took on the challenge of becoming a cybersecurity professional. His willingness to work and experimenting with different techniques allowed him to overcome these challenges and achieve his goal of building a career in cybersecurity. linkedin.com/in/noxcyber Amber tint…
 
Sohail Khan is an entrepreneur and has spent the last 25 years perfecting relationship building which he has used to generate income setting up joint venture agreements. We discuss mindset, belief and pivoting during difficult times and how to think differently during difficult situations. It has been a privilege knowing Sohail and having the oppor…
 
Michael works as an eCommerce Data Analyst within the central data team of Dennis Publishing, the largest automotive publisher in the UK. Michael predominantly use SQL, BigQuery, Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to better understand customer behaviour with an aim to optimise website experiences and functionality within all areas of the compa…
 
I had the pleasure of interviewing Karl Lillrud for the podcast and I did not realise until the interview started that he was dyslexic. We talk about learning how he identifies and solves problems by thinking differently. Karl's approach to identifying a problem and how he goes about solving is incredibly interesting and insightful. Karl has a new …
 
I loved interviewing my next guest. We had a in depth conversation on a wide range of topics. Tony's book is an engaging read, NB you can get his book for free. Make sure to listen how to get it. Tony Loyd is a leadership development expert. He helps purpose-driven business leaders to thrive in life so that they can connect with others and contribu…
 
Paul enjoy's being an expert coach with over twenty-five years coaching and teaching experience, and has worked with a range of individuals from Entrepreneurs to Celebrities, from CEO’s to Military Personnel, and from Sporting Talent to Epic Adventurers. Paul takes them from where they are now, to where they want to be by helping them achieve what …
 
Ray Sidney-Smith is a productivity technology consultant with over twenty years studying the art and science of personal development. In addition, Ray has been organizing the two largest productivity Meetup™ groups in the United States (in DC and NYC) based on Getting Things Done by David Allen over the past decade. With a passion for psychology, c…
 
I interview Dr Tim Warren a chiropractor and mountaineer who attempted Everest twice despite back problems. He was able to summit Everest on the second attempt in 2008. Find out how he was able to achieve this despite a back injury and how he aims to help people with chronic pain problems live an active live regardless of pain. We talk about the op…
 
Garry Banford is a former SBS soldier and we were able to spend some time talking about peak performance and how he has used his experience to start his own consulting business focusing on teamwork and performance. Mindset is an area which he also teaches about and you cannot ask for a more experienced mentor than Garry. You can learn more about Ga…
 
I was very fortunate to be able to interview Stefan Chmelik and we had the most interesting conversation about vagus nerve, health and mediation. We also spoke in depth about a range of other topics. http://www.thinkinglikeagenius.com/sensate Or use discount code LW15 on the Sensate website. I was able to snag one of the new Sensatevagus nerve stim…
 
Brain fog is an issue which affects almost everyone at some stage of their life. Find out the causes of brain fog and how you can better understand the reasons why you are sttruggling to cope with day to day life. Brain fog symptoms can be low energy lack of concentration headaches forgetfullness lack of motivation stress lack of sleep Poor exercis…
 
Memory palaces are referenced in a number of shows like Sherlock Holmes and refernced in popular books like Hannibal. Magnetic memory technique was refined by Anthony Metivier to solve a problem of his to complete his PhD. He combines all the methods to help encode and recall information quickly and easily. Memory Palaces are integral to developing…
 
In this interview we discuss gamification and how Declan uses a spreadsheet to keep focused and stay motivated. Find out how a simple point system can be used to make work enjoyable and productive. This provides context and understanding on how feedback loops work when using a gamification to structure your working day. Find out how dopamine can be…
 
Feedback loops are vitally important in learning and skill development. To develop critical thinking as a skill requires responses to allow you to gauge what you need to act and react to. Feedback loops consist of positive, negative, and no response. Majority of the time, positive and negative is what we use for modifying and developing a skillset.…
 
In this first episode I talk about all of the topics which I learned about to develop my own critical thinking skill. Some of the topics I cover are: Research into psychology -Think fast and slow Cognitive research Cognitive psychology Social engineering Cognitive biases - how they function more to be researched Mental models - What are mental mode…
 
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