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The Truth About Meditation and Mindfulness | Jaimal Yogis

Jaimal Yogis is an outdoorsman, award-winning writer, and frequent teacher. He is the author of Saltwater Buddha, a humorous coming-of-age memoir about running away to Hawaii at sixteen to surf, nearly becoming a Zen monk, and eventually winding up at Columbia Journalism School. The book was named a Best Summer Read by E! and turned into a feature documentary film. Jaimal’s follow up to that book, All Our Waves Are Water, comes out this July from Harper Collins and Publisher’s Weekly gives it a starred review, calling it “captivating” and “beautiful” and CNN’s Reza Aslan calls it “insightful, contemplative, and eloquently written… leaves us to realize that life isn’t about that elusive end goal understanding of humanity; it’s about the risks we’re willing to take in our journey to get there.”

Why Self-Awareness is the Master Success Skill | Eric Barker

How do we know what success is? Is happiness still an undefined destination? What have we got right, and where do we have room for improvement? These are the questions Eric Barker spends his time answering. His style of research-based self-improvement helps his readers to live happier, more fulfilling lives. After eight years of researching and writing over 5,000 posts on his blog about his findings , he’s here to share some of what he’s learned with us.

Mini-Episode: Understanding Infidelity

We talk about Infidelity, and how it appears on both sides of the spectrum. At a recent event where Connor spoke he asked the room if they had ever cheated or been cheated on, and the majority of the room put their hands up. Connor shares an overview about Understanding Infidelity and a workshop coming soon on this subject.

Biohacking Your Belief System | Dave Asprey

How Much Are We Really in Charge of Our Belief System? It feels like we are, but the evidence says otherwise. In the past several episodes of the podcast (Beau Lotto, David…

Mini-Episode: How To Build Confidence Quickly

A member of the ManTalks community reached out to Connor to ask about Building Confidence Quickly… Connor tried googling it, but what he found wasn’t helpful at all. In this week’s mini-episode Connor shares some of his own experience in Helping to Build Confidence Quickly.

Vienna Pharaon | Mastering Relationships

Vienna Pharaon is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of Mindful Marriage and Family Therapy in New York City. She is the expert relationship contributor for Motherly, and an international speaker and presenter. Vienna is also the co-founder of the popular Relationships 101 program she presents around North America.
Vienna believes that we all have the capacity for beautiful change and fulfilling relationships, but that in order to come face to face with that change we need to take on vulnerability, explore our past, and find ways to express and expand ourselves and our needs in a healthy and connective way.

Why Mindset is Everything | David Bayer

David Bayer is an entrepreneur, speaker, writer, seminar leader and certified personal development coach. David is the Creator of The Powerful Living Experience and The Higher Power System. David also serves as CEO of ChamberofCommerce.com, the leading online business directory and blog for small businesses. After graduating from Columbia University (’98) David launched his first start-up, PopWall.com, at the age of 22, and quickly established himself as an early online expert.

Beau Lotto – Why Our Brains Hate Change

Dr Beau Lotto is a globally renowned neuroscientist whose studies in human perception have taken him well beyond the scientific domain and into the fields of education, the arts and business. Public engagement, in the broadest sense, is at the core of what Beau does – whether he’s creating scientific experiments, giving talks or making TV programmes.

By enabling people to experience what it is to be a scientist, Beau’s aim is to encourage them to see science not as an academic investigation but as a way of being that is relevant to every aspect of their lives: this discovery can be powerful enough to make people think differently about both themselves and the world around them.