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Talkers magazine's renowned publisher and some of today's top contemporary thinkers from the arts, science, business, politics, philosophy and pop culture deliver provocative insights into the effects of society's rapid changes on the human condition. Join the weekly discussion with one of the most influential media analysts and skilled interviewers in America.
 
Welcome to Ghost Lights from Thompson Harrison Hosted by Tracey Camilleri and Sam Rockey Exploring how leaders can build ‘human-shaped organisations’ by learning from the humanities – that repository of all that is most human. Join Tracey, Sam and their guests as they reimagine ways of creating enabling corporate and institutional environments within which everyone - from the most senior to the youngest recruit - can learn and thrive. They consider leadership at an angle rather than head-on ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDS talks with guests and answers listener questions about making peace with food, healing from disordered eating, learning body acceptance, practicing intuitive eating, escaping harmful wellness culture, and more--all from a body-positive, anti-diet perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater ...
 
Historikerna och makarna Dick och Katarina Harrison reser runt i Sverige och pratar om historiska föremål. Det kan vara allt från ett tuggummi från stenåldern till en kungakrona, en vodkaflaska eller en leksaksbil från femtiotalet. Genom berättelserna om föremålen ges inblick i olika epoker i historien.
 
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The problem with charismatic leaders.What is charisma, how does it benefit leaders, and how can it be toxic?Why do people follow charismatic leaders, even when it might not be good for them?Why should leaders develop an inspirational leadership style rather than relying on charisma?Jon Stokes is interested in how charismatic leadership can be toxic…
 
The Creative Director Dan Mall joins the show to talk about his career path and the moments that led him to start SuperFriendly, his own agency that is all about design systems. Dan shares his ethos and explains why he considers himself as an intentional person. We explore some of the key moments within the foundation of SuperFriendly and we talk a…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and podcaster Heather Caplan joins us to discuss her experience with orthorexia (aka obsession with “healthy” eating), how to bring joyful movement into eating-disorder recovery, the intersection of pregnancy and diet culture, sports nutrition from an intuitive-eating perspective, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a…
 
In my conversation with philosopher Robert Rowland Smith, we explore the dimensions of power. If power is the ability to make things happen in accordance with our will, why do some people crave more power than others? What are the real drivers of power? What do the philosophers say about power? Is power part of the human condition? Is power always …
 
A few reasons why it’s hard to time the market, and why you shouldn’t try.The real estate market is hard to predict because it consists largely of lagging data. The only leading indicator we have to tell us what’s going to happen in the future is the contract activity for a given month. Think about it this way: A contract that is signed today won’t…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and Intuitive Eating co-author Evelyn Tribole makes her third appearance on the pod to discuss the new fourth edition of Intuitive Eating and how the book has evolved with each edition, the research that supports intuitive eating, the impact of diet culture and the weight-loss industry, her thoughts on intuitive eating and food …
 
Jasmine Orange works as UX lead at Ernst & Young. In this episode, we talk about her background in industrial design and her passion for designing beyond the screens. Jasmine shares her vision on design principles that need to be fixed and the value of open communication within design environments. Join us and connect with Jasmine’s philosophy of h…
 
Fellow Health At Every Size® dietitian Erica Leon joins us to discuss why people are particularly vulnerable to diet culture as they age, intuitive eating in midlife and menopause, the importance of normalizing body changes throughout the life cycle, how Erica transitioned her work from weight-centric to weight-inclusive, and so much more. Plus, Ch…
 
Season 5 is right around the corner. Our featured guests include Jasmine Orange, Dan Mall, Timothy Bardlavens, Catt Small, and Chris Thoms. The new season kicks off on Tuesday, April 26th with new episodes released every other week. Jump straight into: (00:00) - Introduction (01:26) - Figma Config (02:18) - The Technically Speaking Product Design G…
 
SEASON 8 PREMIERE! Therapist and body-image coach Brianna Campos joins us to discuss how to improve body image and fight internalized weight stigma, her concept of “body grief,” how body image is connected to what’s going on in the world around you, and so much more. Plus, Ask Food Psych co-host Savala Trepczynski answers a listener question about …
 
Why a crash is very unlikely with our current market conditions. Recently, a client asked me if I thought our housing market would crash this year. A lot is happening in the news, so I understand the concern. However, I don’t believe a crash is coming, and I want to share why that is. Before I talk about 2022, I want to mention that people had simi…
 
Eating-disorders therapist and fellow podcaster Asher Pandjiris joins us to discuss chronic illness in the context of body acceptance, the experience of living with an autoimmune disorder, the intersection of eating disorders and trauma, how the “personal responsibility” narrative perpetuates stigma, how being queer and non-binary has affected Ashe…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and co-author of Intuitive Eating Elyse Resch returns to the podcast to discuss what to expect in the upcoming 4th edition of Intuitive Eating, how intuitive eating might look different in eating-disorder recovery and food insecurity, eating intuitively at different developmental stages, her new Intuitive Eating Workbook …
 
Body-image researcher Nadia Craddock joins us to discuss body image beyond body size and weight, her experiences in inpatient eating-disorder treatment, colorism and its harmful effects on body image, how to push back against body ideals, and so much more. Plus, in Ask Food Psych, Christy answers a listener question about how to talk to a doctor wh…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Aaron Flores returns to discuss unrealistic expectations placed on men and their bodies, the disconnect between the eating-disorder community and social-justice issues, why providers need to heal their own eating issues, the relationship between gym culture and diet culture, how pornopgraphy influences the way men learn a…
 
Here are my best tips for home sellers who are preparing for the market.This is the time of year when home sellers start asking me how to get their properties ready for the market. We’re in a weird climate right now. The typical curb-appeal tips like sprucing up the yard and updating your landscaping are always going to be in play, but when it come…
 
Sociologist and author Sabrina Strings joins us to discuss her new book, Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia; the history of how “race science” led to the development of diet culture; the many problems with using weight as a measure of health; how culture influences science; and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener qu…
 
How Humans can Surprise ThemselvesGuest: Bryce Goodman, Chief Strategist for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at the Department of Defense’s Innovation Unit.Bryce works at the intersection of developing technologies and emerging societal needs. In this wide-ranging conversation he considers the governance challenges for business leaders…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Taylor Chan joins us to discuss “fence-straddling” between intuitive eating and traditional dietetics (and eventually jumping over to the other side), how her desire to be a “good dietitian” pulled her further into diet culture, the privilege inherent in diet culture’s version of nutrition, the nuances that make intuitive…
 
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