Behavior Episodes

Habits are the compound interest of self improvement and creative progress.
Every successful creator is a creature of habit. This collection of interviews
will teach you how to build good habits, break bad ones, make better decisions,
set goals and design daily rituals and routines that help you manage your time
and attention.
Jan. 6, 2021

Annie Duke | How to Make the Most Important Decisions of Your Life

Annie Duke joins us for another episode to talk about some of the content from her latest book, How to Decide. Annie believes that making good decisions in a teachable skill that anyone can sharpen. Find out how to make …

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Dec. 2, 2020

Tal Ben Shahaar | The Science of Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment

Dr. Tal Ben Shahaar decodes the mystery of happiness and spells it out in a simple, yet profoundly inspiring way. Find out how ordering 4 hamburgers at a restaurant is what led him to come up with The Happiness Model, …

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Nov. 30, 2020

Daniel Lieberman | How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, S…

Daniel Lieberman discusses the fascinating hormone that drives every one of us to pursue the future that we desire. Find out how this single neurotransmitter in the brain ultimately drives many of our decisions, emotions and behaviors as we unknowingly...

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Aug. 12, 2020

Patricia Zo | How to Stop Playing it Safe

Do you ever feel like you're walking through life avoiding conflict, frightening situations and conversations that make you feel uncomfortable? Patricia Zo is a clinical psychologist and author who helps others to stop over-thinking and start over...

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July 20, 2020

Dr. Benjamin Hardy | Why Personality Isn't Permanent

Our identity and personality are closely related, however we are lead to believe that although our identity can be altered, our personalities are set in stone. Dr. Benjamin Hardy believes that the opposite is true and that we can in …

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July 15, 2020

Mark Wolynn | How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How t…

Mark Wolynn says that inherited family trauma can become a core language that we tell ourselves - leading to our own unexplained anxiety, depression or other mental illnesses. He joins us to share the redeeming truth that even though this …

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April 15, 2020

Lydia Denworth: The Science and Psychology of Friendship

Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a ...

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April 10, 2020

How to Stress Less and Accomplish More with Emily Fletcher

Have you ever had those days where stress and anxiety are weighing you down? Meditation is humanities number 1 tool for dealing with stress. The issue is, most of us lack the knowledge and training to do it effectively. We …

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March 2, 2020

Douglas Vigliotti: How Our Cognitive Biases Impact Our Lives

Douglas Vigliotti began his career as a salesman with a BSc in Business Management. He then started a sales consulting company and wrote a book about how to sell. This is where he discovered he wanted to be a writer. …

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Feb. 24, 2020

Kelly McGonigal: How Physical Activity Contributes to Human Happiness

Kelly McGonigal, author, psychologist, and educator, is on a mission to help everyone find strength, courage and joy through moving. Kelly uses uses science and stories to explain the connection between movement and happiness. Find out what it does to …

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Jan. 15, 2020

Sarah Sarkis: How to Change Your Life Without Losing Your Mind

Sarah Sarkis, psychologist, writer and performance consultant, works to empower people to achieve long term change and growth through an entirely science-backed approach. We discuss a few relatable topics like parenting, social media, education and gro...

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Jan. 8, 2020

Tara Swart: The Neuroscience of Manifesting Your Goals - Part 2

Tara Swart is a Neuroscientist and former psychiatric doctor who has developed a science-based approach to manifesting your goals. Join us now for Part 2 of this special 2-part episode as we further our exploration into the neuroscience of manifesting …

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Jan. 6, 2020

Tara Swart: The Neuroscience of Manifesting Your Goals - Part 1

Tara Swart is a Neuroscientist and former psychiatric doctor who has developed a science-based approach to manifesting your goals. Join us now for Part 1 of this special 2-part episode as she walks us through some practical examples of how …

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Oct. 30, 2019

Allison Schrager: An Economist’s Guide to The Psychology of Risk

Allison Schrager, economist, journalist, and co-founder of a risk advisory firm, joins us for this episode. Playing it safe may be your forté, or maybe you like to put it all on the line. One...

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Aug. 28, 2019

Jennifer Taitz: The Science of Being Single and Happy

Dr. Jenny Taitz is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and author of How to be Single and Happy, a scientific approach at thriving in the single life. Jenny joins us for this episode to bring her...

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