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  • 00:16

    Creative Problem Solving at Work

    in Work

    Have you evern been frustrated by the lack of creative problem solving at work? Or been told that you needed to think out of the box? Best selling author Bob Rosner and corporate recruiter and "suit" Bea Swanson talk about some of the least, and most, creative problem solving they've seen at work in this fifteen minute podcast. WorkImprov: Creative Catharsis

  • 00:14

    Mediation: The Problem Solving Approac h

    in Legal

    We will talk about when a conflict is ready to be mediated as well as barrier to mediation we see in extremely adversarial conflict


    Mediation can be considered one way to approach conflict from a problem solving perspective


    With the help of a neutral thrid party facilitating conversation even disputants in intense conflicts irreconcilble positions might be able to find common interests


    The Mediation Process


    -Screening-


    -Intake-


    -First Meeting- 


    -Phase 1/2/3-


    -Signing of the M.O.U-


    Special Guest: Kadeen Hutchinson

  • 02:00

    Powerful Problem Solving that Works

    in Self Help

    Creation and perceptions
    Join Scott as we create a strong connection between the power of perception and the ability to create any desired outcome.  To book a transformation of coaching session please contact Scott at poperception@aol.com or on twitter @poperception.
    Creativity holds solutions to every problem that people face in their daily lives.  The creation of new solutions allows people to be able to identify the ways in which they want their life to change.  The discussion of using the power of creativity to maximize the life opportunities is essential to the development of long-term talents being shown.

  • 00:57

    Dreams & Creative Problem Solving

    in Dreams

    Join Kelly as she interviews psychologist Deirdre Barrett about Dreams & Creative Problem Solving. 


     


    Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D. is a psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s Behavioral Medicine Program.  She is the Past President of both the International Association for the Study of Dreams and the American Psychological Association’s Div. 30, The Society for Psychological Hypnosis. Dr. Barrett has written four books including Supernormal Stimui (Norton, 2010), and The Committee of Sleep (Random House, 2001/paper 2010). She is the editor of four additional books, The New Science of Dreaming(Praeger/Greenwood, 2007) and Trauma and Dreams (Harvard University Press, 1996). Dr. Barrett has published dozens of academic articles and chapters on health, hypnosis, and dreams

  • 00:57

    Problem Solving

    in Education

    We will discuss how to recognize problems, and find solutions, before they negatively impact the group dynamic.


    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Chicken Alfredo, and the "adventure" recipe will be Cassoulet.

  • 00:31

    Power Your Progress with Problem Solving Strategies

    in Health

    Did you know that reaching for certain targets can actually shut down motivation and suck joy out of our lives.  Goals are typically outcome-oriented, which means we either succeed in our attempts to achieve them -- or we fail.  And for outcome goals that take a long time to reach, our efforts can feel like a prolonged struggle, against the risk of failure.  This doesn't exactly put us in a great frame of mind for reaching our dreams.


    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss how we can reprogram our brains to process, meet and exceed our goals.


    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.

  • 00:46

    The Power of Fables to Empower Problem Solving and Independence in Children

    in Family

    Stories are powerful. Stories teach so much. Stories connect so many.


    Fables are particularly powerful for teaching social-emotional and moral skills, problem solving and decision-making


    Today we have an “All Star Play Room” segment are will talk about a book called the Princess Fables with the book’s author, Marc Clark.


    The Princess Fables is a series of 11 fables that present common challenging situations for children and gives them means for navigating through these challenges in productive successful ways.


    Learn more about the Princes Fables, Marc Clark and his other wonderful publicatins and projects through the link below.


    The Princess Fables


    As always, send your questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes to info@kidsatoz.com


    Visit our website for tips of activities and toys for kids in our SMART ToyStore and more at www.KidsAtoZ.com 


    Enjoy.


    Dr. T and the Kids AtoZ Team

  • 00:25

    Morning Connection - A Secret Obstacle That Gets In Your Way Of Problem Solving

    in Motivation

    HERE'S THE OFFER I MADE DURING THIS LIVE VIDEO - RANDOM COACHING CALLS - Send me an email at skip@skiplacour.com or private message me here on this


    Facebook page www.facebook.com/SkipLaCourPage): 1) Your name 2) Your age 3) Your Telephone number 4) The biggest challenge that you are facing in your life right now.


    These podcasts are done live on video every morning at 10 am (Eastern) / 7 am (Pacific) at www.facebook.com/SkipLaCourPage and simultaneously on Periscope @skiplacoour.


    Or, go here and fill out this form: www.skiplacourcoaching.com/mc.


    Skip La Cour helps ambitious men understand and execute effective leadership and influence strategies to reach their goals in life with more clarity and confidence.


    Visit the MANformation Confidence and Leadership website at www.MANformation.com.


    Do you have a challenge you need some help solving? If your question is selected to be answered during one of these daily videos, you'll win a free follow up coaching call for a deeper explanation of your details, greater insight, and more clarity.


    Click here to ask a question.

  • 01:15

    God's Problem and Solution

    in Christianity

    Bible Study: God's Problem and Solution


    Welcome to W.O.Prayer’s Bible Study Series!


    Module 4: No Law, No Love


    Lesson 8 – The Sanctuary Message: A Salvation Blue Print


    Did you know that God has a problem? YES God! He has a big problem, and that problem is sin! the question has been asked, how can God save the sinner without also saving the sin, and how can He destroy sin without also destroying the sinner?   


    John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."


    According to this verse God has the solution to the sin problem yet there are other verses in the Bible that add that there is more to His plan beyond Calvary! 


    Listen to this episode as we discuss God's problem, solution and plan!


    Enjoy and share! 

  • 00:30

    12172015 The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart.

    in Religion

    Join Bro. J.O. Sparks at 11:00 PM(EST) as he preaches a message titled, " The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart." Cain hated Abel long before they brought their sacrifice to the Lord. Jesus said if you come to the altar and have an ought (something) against your brother before you offer it go be reconciled to your brother. The problem why we do not get our prayers answered, and seem to never gain any ground spiritually with God is almost always a heart problem. Join us in Jesus Name

  • 01:02

    Happiness Is Solving the World's problems

    in Technology

    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon welcome philosopher and artificial intelligence reseracher Andrés Gómez Emilsson to discuss the Hedonistic Imperative and Andres' recent piece on Solving the World's Problems which lays out four scenarios for how we might do so:


    1) Homogeneous world ideology
    2) Widespread social reform (full justice, rights and healthcare)
    3) Universally accessible on-demand mystical experiences
    4) Globally available inexpensive hedonic tone recalibration


    Which of the four would achieve the best results? Join us as we discuss.


    Our guest:


    Andrés Gómez Emilsson was born in México city in 1990. From an early age he developed an interest in philosophy, mathematics and science, leading him to compete nationally and internationally in Math and Science Olympiads. At 16 his main interest was mathematics, but a so-called mystical experience made him turn his attention to consciousness and the philosophical problems that it poses. He studied Symbolic Systems (with an Artificial Intelligence concentration) at Stanford, and later finished a masters in computational psychology at the same university. During his time at Stanford he co-founded the Stanford Transhumanist Association and became good friends with David Pearce, taking on the flag of the Hedonistic Imperative. Thus his ongoing interest in the functional, biochemical and quantum substrates of pure bliss. He is currently working at a Natural Language Processing startup in San Francisco, and in his free time he develops psychophysical tools to study the computational properties of consciousness (for more see qualiacomputing.com).


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