Science

SA080 – Unconditional Love and Gratitude with Nick Hemmert

  The Center for Awesomeness Co-founder, Nick Hemmert, describes himself as a collector of Awesomeness. A practitioner of Awesomeness. A shopkeeper of Awesomeness. He brings his passion for personal growth and development to his business, community, family and friends. He is an Infinite Possibilities Trainer, a Tony Robbins Mastery University graduate (yes, he’s walked on…

Read More

SA078: How to Create Tribal Alchemy with Dave Fleming

  Dave Fleming is a highly sought-after keynote speaker who invigorates audiences with his thought-provoking lessons, gleaned from two decades of studying ingenuity and coaching some of the world’s most ingenious tribes. A student and teacher of human ingenuity, Dave’s scholarly and professional experiences led him to develop a framework for collective ingenuity he calls…

Read More

SA 069: Discovering, Dissecting and Hacking Flow State with Steven Kotler

Steven Kotler

  Steven Kotler: His writings have been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 80 publications, including The New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, Forbes, Wired and TIME. He also writes “Far Frontiers,” a blog about science and culture for Forbes.com, appears frequently on television and radio, and lectures widely on technological, scientific and…

Read More

SA 047: Dr. Nassir Ghaemi on the Advantages of Mental Illness

Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

In this episode, I interview Dr. Nassir Ghaemi, an academic psychiatrist. We talk about the benefits of mental illness, about adversity and how we’re able to build resilience, and many other things about mental illness and mental health. Guest Bio: Nassir Ghaemi MD MPH is an academic psychiatrist specializing in mood illnesses, depression and bipolar…

Read More

Nature, Nurture, & Reality

*Originally published by Deb Mills-Scofield on mills-scofield.com “Needs are imposed by nature. Wants are sold by society.” — mokokoma mokhoNoaNa Imagine this. We have identical twins: the same DNA, the same looks, the same insides. They were the same twins in high school whom you confused more than you’d like to admit and even now…

Read More

Why Negative Emotions are OK

I lost my wallet yesterday.  I still don’t have an idea where it could have been left.  I brought it to the gym, set it on a chair, retrieved it when I completed my workout, entered my cousin’s car to grab a coffee (as we always do after our Saturday workouts), went to the coffee…

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest