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Ep137 – Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck had a simple question she wanted answered: why did some people take failure so personally while others seemed to thrive on it? Beginning her work with students, she realized that the key...

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Ep136 – A.J. Jacobs

AJ Jacobs likes to experiment on himself and once he sets himself a challenge will do whatever it takes to meet it. He spent eight hours a day reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica. He...

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Ep135 – Michael Callen

Bryan sits down with his dad, Michael Callen for another installment of the Callen Report. Be sure to rate and comment in iTunes. Also, you can find the show on Stitcher.

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Ep134 – Dacher Keltner

As a professor of psychology at UC Berkley and the founding faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center, Dacher Keltner studies how we negotiate our relationships with others. After having Robert Greene, the...

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Ep118 – Dr. Paul Offit

Paul A. Offit, MD is the Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases and the Director of the Vaccine Education Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition, Dr. Offit is the Maurice...

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Ep20 – Hernando Chaves

Featuring sex therapist, Dr. Hernando Chaves. They discuss sex as it pertains to men and women in relationships. The focus is on how to be a better lover in your relationships and – oh...

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Ep22 – Will Sasso

The episode is sponsored by AudiblePodcast.com/BCS, featuring good friend, television and film actor and the creator of the 10 Minute Podcast, British Columbia’s very own, Will Sasso. They discuss a variety of topics, including...

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Ep24 – Christy Wampole

Featuring Christy Wampole, Assistant Professor of French and Italian at Princeton and author of “How to Live Without Irony,” a critically acclaimed article in the New York Times. Visit our “Books” page for recommendations....