Monthly Archives: November, 2016

Brené Brown on Creativity, Courageous Vulnerability and Wholehearted Living

by Scott Barry Kaufman, November 23, 2016

We are especially grateful (and giddy) to be sharing this episode with our listeners! Brene Brown’s work really gels with our core interests here on The Psychology Podcast, and the resulting conversation contains some enthusiastic and empirically informed banter that is sure to inform and delight. We geek out over some counter-intuitive findings, like how incredibly compassionate […]

Exercise, Mental Stamina, and High Performance with Brad Stulberg

by Scott Barry Kaufman, November 11, 2016

With this episode of The Psychology Podcast, we take a deep look into how exercise benefits us far beyond the time we spend in the gym. We adapt a quick fire style of questioning and cover a wide range of topics like how Olympic athletes set goals – to the importance of becoming comfortable with […]

Unlocking the Pathway from Imagination to Implementation, with Tina Seelig

by Scott Barry Kaufman, November 3, 2016

It’s a special episode of The Psychology Podcast, as Stanford professor, international bestselling author, and leading creativity expert Tina Seelig stops by to discuss some of our favorite topics: Imagination, creativity, innovation & entrepreneurship. We parse out some of the differences between imagination and creativity, discuss what it means to really see something, and offer practical advice […]

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