Exercise Is Health
Exercise Is Health
Nov 25, 2020
E152 - Can you replace traditional cardio with HIIT?
Play • 26 min

This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss a listener-submitted question regarding cardio exercise, high intensity interval training (HIIT), and health. If you have ever wondered if you can swap out traditional aerobic exercise for HIIT and still receive all of the same health benefits, check this episode out!

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Redefining Strength Fitness Hacks
Redefining Strength Fitness Hacks
Redefining Strength | Cori Lefkowith
FHP302 - Is Rest Overrated?
Movement is medicine. Now I’m not saying that if you have an injury to just keep pushing through, but too often we simply do NOTHING. Then after some time off, we jump right back into what we were doing and wonder why we end up injured again. Why nothing changed. And it’s because we never addressed what lead to the injury in the first place. We never addressed postural distortions, compensations and imbalances that lead to overload. We never addressed the mobility restrictions and muscle weakness. If we want to move and feel better? We need to train our bodies to know how to move well. And that means returning to basics and focusing on that prehab work. If we want to see a change? We have to make a change. And simply resting changes nothing. So if you’re injured what can you do to help prevent future issues and even get to still train? * Address the rehab work you need. Seeing someone is good if this isn’t just a minor ache or pain. But even with those, you need to include the proper prehab work. Like if your wrists hurt with push ups. Do the mobility work needed so you don’t just have to deal with that annoying pain any time you have floor work. You need to foam roll to relax overactive muscles, stretch to lengthen shortened muscles and mobilize your joints and then activate those underactive muscles so that weaker muscles not meant to handle the load don’t have to. We do this work to establish proper recruitment patterns to help make them automatic during compound, faster paced movements.  * And as you address the underlying causes? Modify around the pain. While we don’t want to avoid moves forever if possible, we do often need to work around as we correct the problem. * And then we need to REBUILD. We need to retrain those movements with tweaks to help us load the correct muscles. It may be using different cues, or slightly different variations. Or even just adjustments to form. Slow things down and focus first on what you feel working over just mimicking proper form. We want to learn how to control as many movement patterns as possible so we then don’t get injured twisting or turning in everyday life! Need help with that prehab work? Check out my RStoration! --> https://rstoration.com/rstoration41013342?sl=podcast
6 min
All About Fitness
All About Fitness
Pete McCall
Ashley Mae Sebera aka WWE Diva, Dana Brooke
Athleticism takes many forms, you don't need to play a sport to be an athlete; to paraphrase legendary strength coach Vern Gambetta, athleticism is a combination of precision, grace, timing and coordination. As an athlete, Ashley Sebera went from competitive gymnastics to being a professional fitness competitor and is now known as Dana Brooke, one of the Divas of the WWE. On this episode of All About Fitness, Ashley talks about how her workouts have evolved from fitness to wrestling, what it takes to excel as a WWE wrestler, the role the crowd plays in motivating her to perform her best and what you can expect from the upcoming Royal Rumble. This is a lively, engaging and insightful conversation with one of the most dynamic and athletic stars of professional wrestling. Learn more about Dana Brooke: https://www.wwe.com/superstars/dana-brooke FOLLOW THIS LINK to watch Dana compete in the upcoming WWE Royal Rumble Catch the video version of this podcast on the All About Fitness Podcast channel on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkSEaOx8uEBksDjvcVjnizg BRAND NEW: Follow the @AllAboutFitnessPodcast feed on Instagram! www.petemccallfitness.com - sign up for the mailing list to receive a free chapter and workout from Smarter Workouts AND be eligible to be invited to FREE HIIT at Home workouts! All About Fitness does not take advertiser dollars, nor will it hide valuable content behind a pay wall; purchasing content will support the podcast and help you learn how exercise can enhance your quality of life. Your purchase will make you eligible to receive exclusive content AT NO ADDITIONAL COST! Become a Fan of All About Fitness by purchasing one of the e-books: Exercise for the Fountain of Youth - $7 Functional Core Training - $7 Dynamic Anatomy - $7 Become a Supporter of All About Fitness by purchasing one of the workout programs: 8 week Dumbbell Strength Training - $12 8 week Kettlebell Conditioning - $12 8 week Functional Core Strength Training - $12 Become a SuperFan of All About Fitness by purchasing one of the bundles: Functional Core Training and Dynamic Anatomy - $12 Dynamic Anatomy and Core Training Workout Bundle - $19 Dynamic Anatomy recorded webinar and e-book - $19 If you are a fitness professional, you can earn CECs with one of the following courses, approved for continuing education credits by the American Council on Exercise: Dynamic Anatomy: Learn how the muscles and fascia function as an integrated system and how to use that information to design the workout programs that deliver results for your clients. 0.2 CECs - $29 Glute Reboot: Learn how the most visible muscles in your body work as well as a variety of exercises to help them function (and look) better 0.2 CECs - $29 Total Body Core Training: Learn the science of exercise program design and how to apply it to build a stronger core from the inside out. 0.4 CECs - $67 Want to learn how to design your own programs to slow down the effects of the aging process? Invest in a copy of Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple Contact: Pete@petemccallfitness.com
33 min
The SuperHuman Academy Podcast
The SuperHuman Academy Podcast
Jonathan Levi
Ep. 300: Finale Episode & Thank You
Greetings, Superfriends, and welcome to the 300th episode of the SuperHuman Academy Podcast - where, as you’ve probably already heard me mention in previous episodes, after nearly 6 years and 4.5 million downloads - it is my duty to inform you that this episode will be our last - at least for now. In this final chapter, I want to take a few moments to answer some of your questions, share with you how I’ve come to this decision, and let you all know what you can expect from me in the future. The first question that’s probably on everybody’s mind, I imagine, is this: Why would you stop a successful podcast? If you’ve been paying attention, you know that podcasting is at its all-time peak right now, with just about everybody in every market you can imagine getting into the medium. And it’s only expected to grow, with people consuming more and more podcasts every single year. Of course, a lot of these new shows are destined to be part of “the long tail” - never crossing more than a thousand downloads per episode. But SuperHuman Academy, since its inception, has been a reasonably successful show - earning thousands of downloads per episode consistently throughout its 6-year run. Add to this the fact that some of our best and most interesting guests and episodes have come out in just the last year - with quite a few “superstar” guests and life-changing episodes happening in 2020. Why, then, have I decided to bring all of this to a close?! In truth, there are a lot of reasons. First, there’s the “family” component. My wife and I just had our baby boy, and I’ve made the decision to clear off most of my calendar for a while to focus exclusively on this exciting and rewarding new adventure. The fact that I have the freedom to do this is a major blessing that I realize not many people enjoy - and I intend to take full advantage of it. But, as you can imagine, there is much more to the story than that. You see, when I first started this business - with nothing more than a simple Udemy course recorded with a webcam, it was intended to be a fun “side project” - a way to give back and earn a living while I searched for “the next big thing.” I could have never anticipated that I would be where I am today, employing a full team, with over 300,000 students worldwide, bestselling books, a successful podcast, certified coaches all over the world, etc. What was intended to be a fun, lifestyle-oriented “side business” in many ways became a runaway success - and my main focus for the better part of 7 years. All of that is well and good - I have no regrets whatsoever, and of course I consider myself extremely blessed for everything this journey has done for me and for those I’ve touched along the way. But, in all truth, somewhere between then and now, I lost sight of what was important to me. I spent a few solid years mingling with and learning from the smartest minds in the business. And yes, there were amazing times where everything “clicked” and we were on top of the world. But since then, there have also been years of struggling - often uphill - towards endless growth and expansion, without considering whether or not it would bring me happiness (spoiler alert: it didn’t). Ultimately, for the second time in my life, I found myself in a prison of my own making: working more hours than I wanted to, to build something that wasn’t even my dream. As a result of this, I learned a number of very valuable life lessons: first, there’s no happiness in living other people’s dreams. And second, there’s nothing more important than happiness - nothing. That’s why, when COVID-19 struck, and a few key team members took it as an opportunity to resign and start their own businesses, rather than fighting tooth and nail to rebuild, I instead chose to view this as a huge moment of awakening - and a huge opportunity. It’s funny, you know? Day in and day out in my courses, podcast, and in interviews, I talk about designing the life that best suits you, about living “a la carte” instead of “prix fixe,” and about how you can create your own unique lifestyle where you work as much or as little as you want to. And sure, in many ways, my life today reflects those values and ideas. But sometimes our own advice is the easiest to forget - or, as they say in Hebrew, sometimes, the shoemaker goes barefoot. When the spell of “constant growth” wore off, I was forced to look at the plain facts: while I love this business, I love all of you, and I’m forever grateful for this entire experience… continuing to grow this business bigger and better isn’t what makes me happy anymore. It doesn’t challenge me or excite me like it used to. It’s not what I feel compelled to do. And no amount of impact, press recognition, or money is going to change that. Similarly, another reason for stopping is that I sense that I’ve done all I can with the podcast. Sure, I can continue finding great guests to interview every week, but the reality is that most of the guests I’ve wanted to interview have already been on the show at least once, and those who haven’t, I’ve come to realize probably never will be. While the show has grown to a respectable size, it will likely never grow any bigger or reach the next level. And so, after 6 years without missing a single episode, the hard truth is that I’m bored. Sure, there are occasional interviews that blow my mind and make me want to keep going, but if I’m honest with myself, my sincere enthusiasm for recording the show week after week waned a long, long time ago. What’s more, I’ve found that my overall enthusiasm for the personal development space has really waned along with it. You see, though I’m still a lifelong devotee of all that personal development has to offer, after 7 years of working in the space day in and day out, I need to take a step back and cleanse my palate for a while. I’m sure I still have plenty to learn - and that I haven’t heard it all just yet… but sometimes, it certainly feels that way. Not to mention that the marketing, the content creation, the collaborations, the webinars, and broadcasts… it’s all a lot more work than it seems, and quite frankly, I think I probably just need a break. People talk a lot about a “7-year itch,” and there’s really something to that. This same thing happened to me in my last business, a luxury car parts internet retailer that I grew to seven figures - and then sold after 7 years. Whereas I used to be obsessed with cars and learning everything there was to learn about them, towards the end, I was so burnt out that I wanted nothing to do with them. Only now, 9 years later, have I rediscovered that passion and enthusiasm I once had as a kid. So now, you must be wondering: What’s Next? I mean, from the sound of it, you might be worried that I’m going to pack up and leave, shut down or sell my website, and disappear into the sunset - much like I did when I left the aftermarket automotive industry. Not to worry. I’m not going anywhere - at least not right now. After all, a huge part of why I do all this is a feeling of responsibility. So many of the techniques, ideas, and strategies that I talk about in my courses and on this podcast fundamentally changed my life - and for that reason, I feel like it’s my moral obligation to continue sharing them with the world - even if my day-to-day involvement has been reduced to a minimum. This is why I spent the better part of the last year training over a dozen SuperLearner Certified Coaches, who will continue working hard to ensure that the worldwide impact of the SuperLearner methodology continues to grow. It’s also why my team and I have been really active in sharing content on social media - so make sure to subscribe to us on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook, if you haven’t already. So while my company will be running mostly independently of…
16 min
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
Ashley Stahl
[SOULo] Ep. 156 Releasing Heaviness, Manifesting, Making a YOU TURN
What feels heavy in your life? It’s you and Ash today, for a soul-filled solo episode! During this intimate chat, Ash shares seven steps on how to step into a higher version of yourself. If you have been feeling the weight of the world lately or know that you want more from your life, this episode is just for you. These steps are all about how to release what no longer serves you and embrace the future that you actually want. Ash gets honest, real, and raw about her personal experiences and shares her hopes and dreams throughout this conversation. Take a moment for yourself, follow along, and then do the same. In This Episode, You’ll Learn: * How to connect your thoughts, feelings, and actions. * How to take inspired action in your life. * A tool to manifest what you really want. Promotion: Want to upgrade your health? Visit organifi.com/youturn and enter code YOUTURN to get 20% off at check out! Here are some of Ash’s favorite goodies to put in your next coffee, tea, water or smoothie: ✨Pure Powder: Lion’s Main extract, aloe vera and ginger extract are just a few of the superfoods packed into this powder to improve your mental clarity and overall brain health. 🥬Green Powder: Packed with spirulina, chlorella, and ashwagandha, to increase your immunity and aid your digestive tract. 🍦Vanilla or Chocolate Protein Powder: A soy-free, dairy-free, 100% vegan protein that tastes like a milkshake and yet is packed with amino acids and MCT’s to speed up metabolism, quench cravings and improve recovery. 🌟Gold powder- A yummy anti-inflammatory superfood powder packed with reishi mushrooms, turmeric, cinnamon and magnesium to support restful relaxation and recovery. Promotion: Visit YouTurnBook.com to get a copy of Ashley’s NEW book— You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction & Design Your Dream Career! With your early order of this book you can gain access to a FREE bundle of courses with more than 25 hours of content on money mindset, launching a side hustle and life purpose. Enter a picture of your book receipt at ashleystahl.com/claimbundle to gain access to the free courses while you can! They’re valued at more than $2,500 and have been gifted for FREE from some of Ashley’s favorite self help leaders!
16 min
Relationship Theory
Relationship Theory
Impact Theory
Tips to Get Your Partner Motivated in Life | Relationship Theory
Does your partner have ambitious goals but lacks the motivation to act on making them happen? Does it pain you to see your partner holding themselves back from the life they dream about having? On this episode of Relationship Theory, Lisa and Tom Bilyeu sit down to discuss such matters and more as they explore how you can push your partner into a motivated state so they start accomplishing their goals and creating the life they want for themselves. They discuss how to motivate your partner, why rewarding your partner is powerful, why you should be able to have open communication, and why the problem might be that you have different work ethics.   SHOW NOTES: Action | Lisa and Tom discuss motivating your partner to take action towards their goals. [0:05] Reward | Lisa and Tom discuss how you should reward your partner to motivate them. [6:07] Talk Through It | Lisa and Tom discuss why you should speak with an open heart. [8:43] Partnership | Lisa and Tom discuss how they each approach work differently. [11:49]   QUOTES:   “…always, always, always, whenever you can do it through reward, do it through reward. Because they feel like that wonderful-warm sensation about the person that’s rewarding them.” [1:55]   “…and then sometimes you just have to trigger people’s emotions — because they don’t hear it until that point. But I’m telling you, if you lead with that, it will damage the relationship.” [3:28]   FOLLOW TOM: Instagram: http://bit.ly/2s9lU90 YouTube: http://bit.ly/2KWanAC Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2xEloFL   FOLLOW LISA: Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW0
15 min
The Adversity Advantage
The Adversity Advantage
Doug Bopst
Jennifer Cohen - How to Turn Your Biggest Rejections Into Achievement
How to Turn Your Biggest Rejections Into Achievement!!! One of the things that scares us the most is rejection. We hold back from going after what we want in life because we are fearful of this one word: "no." But, the fascinating thing is that when we don’t ask, the answer will always be no and more importantly you are telling yourself that you aren’t worthy of going after whatever it is. Remember, not taking action is also failing. My guest today will show us how being confident and being resilient could help you achieve the success you are aiming for. She will enlighten and inspire us with her story and tell us how rejection and failure helped her cultivate a mindset of not being afraid to ask for what she wanted. So today on the podcast I have the queen of turning rejections into achievement. Her name is Jennifer Cohen. She a best-selling author, brand strategist, international speaker, and educator with a specific focus on building healthy habits to drive positive behavioral change. She was recently named “100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness” by Greatist. She is the host of the podcast "Habits & Hustle" where she interviews entrepreneurs thought leaders and overall extraordinary people. They share their insight and open up about the normally hidden aspects that have made a difference in their success. But what I believe is most incredible about her is that she unapologetically goes after what she wants in life. There is A LOT to learn from that approach. Her TED talk on this subject has been viewed over a million times. She began developing these skills at a young age where she convinced Keanu Reeves to appear in an audition tape for a VJ job. She got Keanu, but didn’t get the job. We chat about the story behind that as well as all things rejection. This includes how to use rejection and failure to your advantage and why so many people are afraid of that “r” word. She shares her secret recipe for how to get and ask for anything you want in life and we also discuss how confidence affects your mindset and so much more! Jen’s Backstory: Fitness wasn't really Jen’s automatic go to. She always liked fitness because the principles that it taught her early on in life, but she never thought fitness would be the business. She had her first job with the Toronto Raptors, went back to school and got a business degree and then she went to the music business. She was in more marketing, and then when she was getting burnt out with those, she moved to LA from Canada. In LA, she was on a working visa and was working for mortal Records, which is part of Sony at the time. She had no option and was unsure about how to get money so she could have transitioned it into the fitness business. Jen always liked negotiating, strategy, and deal-making. These are the principles that she was naturally more gravitated to, and she naturally likes to do. She just kept on changing which business and industry she was actually doing, so she was doing sports and music and then just pivoted into the fitness business. Topics discussed: Jen’s rejection story How to successfully overcome rejection and failure Reasons why so many people are afraid of being rejected Knowing what you really want and where you’re good at The importance of asking The advantage of having confidence and how it affects your mindset Steps to be able to ask for what you want and how to do it The importance of self-awareness Putting personal efforts on something and its benefits Being resilient and its importance Why do you need to schedule the amount of time that you’re on social media Takeaways: You never know when people say yes. It doesn't really matter whatever industry you’re in. What's important is knowing what you're good at, and knowing what you're not good at, and making what works for you be your thing. If you're somebody who actually asks, your odds are better at getting it because no one else is asking. You are the CEO of your life. You are the master of your reality. Be as specific as possible, so start small and be specific. “I think that confidence, like anything else, is a muscle that you have to practice and harness.” Jen Cohen Connect with Jen: Habits and Hustle: https://habitshustle.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealjencohen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealjencohen Ted Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM82hE6oimw Connect with Doug Instagram: www.instagram.com/dougbopst Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dougbopst Website: www.dougbopst.com/ Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/690686891674188
48 min
The Optimal Body
The Optimal Body
Jen Esquer & Dom Fraboni
70 | Hamstring Strains & Overuse: Help Prevent them with These Exercises
Ever wonder why your hamstrings are always tight? Do you find yourself constantly stretching, only to feel tight again in a few hours? Are you a runner but feel discomfort in the back of your thighs? Dr. Jen and Dr. Dom dive into the hamstrings, culprits to hamstring strains and overuse injuries, and what you can do to help your hamstrings. They hone in on the importance of building hamstring awareness, the significance of progressive overload, and what you can do to help your hamstrings meet the demands of your day to day lives and your training. You’ll find the tools to help you understand the sensations you’re feeling and how you can navigate those sensations to feel optimal and functional again. What You Will Learn in this PT Pearl: 0:55 – Muscles of the Hamstring. 2:00 –  Breaking down chronic hamstring tightness. 2:23 – The importance of eccentric training on the hamstrings. 3:28 – Your muscles have sensory receptors. 4:23 – Why do we get overuse hamstring injuries or strains? 5:30 – Hamstring Strains and Running 7:37 – Exploring hamstring awareness 10:30 - Prehabilitation for hamstring strains 12:50 - Hamstring exercises you can try out. 14:40: Statistics on Hamstring injuries. 15:15 - It all comes back to the core. 15:30 - Additional Hamstring exercises. 17:40 - Continuing to explore your body. 18:35 - Benefits of doing eccentric exercises. 19:55 - Why you should start with isometric exercises. 20:20 - Progressively loading your Hamstrings. 20:55 - Importance of strength training. To Watch the PT Pearl on YouTube, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch Items mentioned in this episode include: The Optimal Body Membership: https://www.docjenfit.com/theoptimalbody/ For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://docjenfit.com/podcast/episode70/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show!  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/TOBpodcast/message
23 min
The Chase Jarvis LIVE Show
The Chase Jarvis LIVE Show
Chase Jarvis
Emmanuel Acho on Uncomfortable Conversations
In the wake of George Floyd's murder in 2020, Emmanuel Acho recognized that Black and White people simply do not understand each other in America and he wanted to use his voice to do something about it. So he launched a video series, Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man. His goal? Open a dialog on topics we've been afraid to talk about: racism, privilege, cultural appropriation, and more. That show exploded with over 70 millions views, widespread media coverage, and led to his must-read NYT best-selling book by the same name. Emmanuel studied sports management and was drafted into the NFL while earning his masters in Sports Psychology in the off-season. Not long after retiring from the NFL, Emmanuel started his broadcasting career at ESPN where he was the youngest national football analyst, and named a 2018 Forbes Under 30 selection. In this episode we get into: * Emmanuel's upbringing from growing up as a first generation American to Nigerian immigrant parents, to attending an all white affluent grade school, to his career as a pro NFL football player to today. * How to start with what you have * Building and developing an idea through exploration * How conversation leads to understanding, and understanding can break down barriers between cultural differences * Insights from his conversations so far, including answers to tough questions that stuck with him Enjoy! Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world’s top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
47 min
The School of Greatness Hall of Fame
The School of Greatness Hall of Fame
Lewis Howes
The Power of Movement with Ido Portal
If you follow UFC and Conor McGregor, you already know him as the man who taught Conor how to move like a monkey. But you also might already know him as a world-renowned movement teacher of all disciplines. I’ve never met someone quite like Ido Portal. He is an obsessed student of movement and the body — which means he has also become an incredible teacher. Ido started studying different kinds of movement when he was a kid, got into martial arts, and from there traveled the world for years studying as many disciplines as he could. But he couldn’t find someone who could teach him what he was looking for — how our bodies are built to move and what they are fully capable of. He became the teacher he was looking for, and over the past decade and more, he has developed a world-wide movement culture. Not only has this caught the attention of elite athletes like Conor McGregor, he has also inspired millions of people to move their bodies in new ways through his workshops and social media. I was so impressed with Ido’s wisdom, clarity, and dedication to his craft. I’ve met few teachers like him and I was so inspired to keep moving my body in new ways after this conversation. Get ready to re-define what you think your body is built for in Episode 532. In This Episode, You Will Learn:Why being a good student is a missing art (8:12)Why there is no mastery of movement (11:30)The issue behind pro athletes getting depressed when they retire (26:15)Basic stretches Ido recommends doing daily to improve your body’s functionality (39:06)The most underrated factor in quality of life (40:20)The problem with “working out” (41:25)Why the story you tell yourself is more powerful than reality (1:03:10)How to practice meditation effectively (1:09:45)Why stillness is just as important as movement (1:14:00)Plus much more… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 hr 39 min
Simplify
Simplify
Blinkist
Liz Fosslien: Work With Your Emotions
Why do we lose motivation in our jobs? How can we create a space of belonging and inclusion? What are the best ways to give and receive feedback? Liz Fosslien answers all of these questions, and more, in this thoughtful and pertinent interview. As she reveals, emotions in the workplace are not only acceptable—they can actually be incredibly useful in decision making, making connections, and doing great creative work. This interview is truly eye-opening in establishing how we can unite who we are with what we do, creating a positive working environment for ourselves and those that we work with. For more info, including links to everything discussed in the episode, check out this link: https://www.blinkist.com/magazine/posts/liz-fosslien-simplify-work-with-your-emotions [2] Try Blinkist for free for 14 days by going to [https://www.blinkist.com/simplify][3], tapping on Try Blinkist at the top right, and entering the code FEELFEELINGS. Let us know what you thought of this episode, or just come say hi on Twitter! Find Caitlin at [@caitlinschiller][4], Ben at [@bsto][5]. Simplify is produced by Caitlin Schiller with Ben Schuman-Stoler. Thanks to Ines Bläsius for editing & production assistance and Christoph Meyer for audio engineering chops. The new Simplify theme is by the one and only Odysseas Constantinou. [1]: https://www.blinkist.com/en/books/no-hard-feelings-en [2]: https://www.blinkist.com/magazine/posts/liz-fosslien-simplify-work-with-your-emotions [3]: https://www.blinkist.com/simplify [4]: https://twitter.com/caitlinschiller?lang=en [5]: https://twitter.com/bsto [6]: https://www.blinkist.com/magazine/posts/liz-fosslien-simplify-work-with-your-emotions-transcript
41 min
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