By Heidi Harley

science / science - 5 years ago

496: Scott Barry Kaufman | Wired to Create

Scott Barry Kaufman (@sbkaufman) believes in the power of imagination and creativity to transform society for the better. He's the co-author of Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind, which details the 10 habits of highly creative people. The Cheat Sheet: What's the diffe...

science / science - 5 years ago

495: Philip McKernan | Intuitive Clarity

Philip McKernan (@PhilipMcKernan) is like a life flow chiropractor. He helps people find or reconnect to what it is they truly love by aligning with their own intuition instead of suppressing it for the expectations of others and appeasement of a misleading mindset. "We will literally live entire e...

science / science - 5 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #53 | Not Crazy for Kinky

Time for Fan Mail Fridays, where we'll be answering your questions and dropping some knowledge and feedback to help you kick the weekend off right. If you're new to The Art of Charm Podcast, this isn't a great place to start. Most of our content is more in-depth and longer format, so check out our...

science / science - 5 years ago

494: Gary Vaynerchuk | #AskGaryVee

Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee) revisits The Art of Charm to talk about his new book #AskGaryVee: One Entrepreneur's Take on Leadership, Social Media, and Self-Awareness and answer questions from listeners and AoC alumni. "Everybody old cares way more about how they made their money vs. how much they ma...

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493: Teresa de Grosbois | Mass Influence

Teresa de Grosbois (@TeresaDee) is an influence expert sought by entrepreneurs and large corporations wanting to better understand how local word of mouth can suddenly turn epidemic, and she's the author of Mass Influence: The Habits of the Highly Influential. The Cheat Sheet: Why is developing...

science / science - 5 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #52 | Supplicative Sweatpants

Time for Fan Mail Fridays, where we'll be answering your questions and dropping some knowledge and feedback to help you kick the weekend off right. In this episode: Can your personal growth still thrive if you're in a relationship with an underachiever? A man in sweatpants every night is just a...

science / science - 5 years ago

UK's longest-running cohort study, The Brain prize, Hairy genetics

This week is birthday time for the 3000-strong group of 70 year olds who might qualify for the title of longest-serving science guinea pigs. Participants in The National Survey for Health and Development cohort study have been closely monitored since their birth in 1946. Joining Adam Rutherford to d...