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What biases do we carry with ourselves in our daily lives, classrooms, and careers? A podcast hosted by IO psychologists and international students Susana Gómez Ornelas & Claudia Della Pona. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/support
 
An ex-FBI agent, ex-actor, and ex-Mormon walk into a bar...what happens next? Challenge assumptions, express ideas, and further examine issues while sharing the experience of being curious, observant, expressive people who enjoy communicating in-depth, and busting each other's balls.
 
Insights and resources for Christian leaders to deepen your relationship with Christ, the congregation and your local community. The church and your community need you to lead. LeaderCast covers faith topics that trip us up, hold us back, and guide us forward…all so you can lead a movement of Jesus followers.
 
The Montreal Bias is a Habs-centric podcast hosted by Sean O’Neill and Zach Vanasse. The Montreal Bias delivers all the Bruins bashing, Leafs mocking and Sens lambasting a Canadiens fan could ever want, and it’s all served up with plenty of solid hockey sense, bad manners and impeccable taste.
 
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BIASed is a collection of stories focused on addressing common industry challenges, best practices, and cutting-edge solutions through interviews with our industry experts as well as other subject matter experts. Our goal is to provide valuable insight around Cloud, Managed Services and Database Management that your organization can leverage. We hope our stories inspire you and serve as a useful learning resource. Subscribe today!
 
Confirmation Bias is the second vodcast presented by The League Ambassadors. Every real sports fan has a bias that they are looking to confirm. The Ambassadors bring that tendency to the forefront by exploring what’s happening in all sports (whether popular or not) and asking the question “Was your bias confirmed?” The homeboy hilarity, unabashed opinions and fervent sports enthusiasm of The League Ambassadors is running all thru this 30 minute show.
 
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Admissible Bias (A/B) takes on subjects, ideas, and even conspiracy theories each episode. They hit categories from the sports world, pop culture, music, entertainment, and more. Rick and Jay both want to push the culture forward, but how they go about it can lead to a differentiation of ideas. Their highly opinionated, SEO educated, and social media substantiated views always show us that there are multiple sides and layers to every story. Rick and Jay lean into the bias, sprinkle in their ...
 
Paul Sullivan is the founder of BIAS, an award-winning inbound marketing agency. This podcast focuses on marketing, business development, technology and personal development for those that are involved in starting, running or developing a business. I get the real information that provides value and can be contentious but real. Look out for interviews with fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders whose journeys will provide insight and inspiration. If you would like me to cover specific issu ...
 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH SPORTS was founded by Luis Orlando Gonzalez to give a voice back to the fan. To give voice to the ex player who knows the game better than the guy on TV who has his position not thru experience but thru his piece of paper and hard work and given the proper chance anyone, myself included ,wishes they had. To give voice to the cheerleader or dancer who knows the game loves the game and understands it so much they got themselves the best seats in the house. This site, This for ...
 
50/50 is a series of hour long interviews with controversial subjects. The aim of this show is to conduct those interviews in the most biased manner possible...in both directions. The first 30 minutes of each interview is as cordial as possible with nothing but soft-balls. The last 30 minutes is as contentious as possible. Email: mattorchard5050@gmail.com
 
In the medical world, I'm an internist and primary care doctor at Johns Hopkins. I see patients, do research on decision-making, uncertainty, and patient-doctor communication; I teach with residents; and I write about the complexities of healthcare. In the non-medical world, I write in English and Yiddish, translating as well between both languages. I publish poetry, short stories, and essays/journalism.
 
For the ridiculous. For the absurd. CONFIRMATION BIAS will entertain, force you to argue, and most importantly, make sense of and improve upon the human condition. I will get overly-emotional and riled up about those things that appear to not matter, but when you take a step back, have more lessons to teach than you might think. Pack a lunch - let's go. ***The views expressed in CONFIRMATION BIAS are the author’s personal views and are not endorsed by my employer nor do they represent the vi ...
 
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Hi everybody, and welcome to today's episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. I have to be honest: I love every single episode of Attendance Bias. I'm proud of every episode and I'm grateful to every single guest who's willing to come onto the show and talk about a favorite jam or a favorite show. That said, I also have to tell …
 
Leadership as service begins with modeling your life after Jesus. This week, Lizzy Ortiz, Pastor of St. Mark’s UMC and Iglesia Hispana, offers encouragement for unity in the body of Christ. Lizzy’s leadership is modeled after Jesus. She serves first and through that service, she is a leader. As you listen to Episode 195, you’ll hear how relationshi…
 
Join us this week as we explore #SmarterWorkplace's #10 Trend; virtual learning. In the episode we are talking about skilling, strategic thinking, and more with author and Learning & Development expert for #SIOP, Stacey Boyle, PhD. Let's Check-In! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor…
 
The Lute Olson tribute has been scheduled for Sep 12. Tommy Lloyd gives some opinions on recruiting. Two players off the 1997 team are now coaching in the G league. Bear Down!โดย Uncle Walt
 
Have you ever heard of Enneagrams? The Enneagram is a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people interpret the world and manage their emotions. The Enneagram describes 9 personality types and maps each of these types on a nine-pointed diagram which helps to illustrate how the types relate to one another. In this week's episo…
 
As leaders, sometimes we plant seeds, sometimes we water them, and still others we till the soil to nurture others towards growth. Listen as Tim and Sara explore one question that will help you lead others by serving first. Whatever season of leadership you are in, let’s explore what it means to be a leader who serves. One of the ways leaders serve…
 
In this episode, we speak with Nadège, a sex scholar and the founder of Pleasure Science. She is a graduate of Berkeley and her expertise has been featured in Bustle Magazine, Kink University, and she is in the top 10% of writers on Medium. She shares her thoughts and her research on 👉🏻shame and our relationship with our body and sex 👉🏻 How food sh…
 
SIOP goes on the air for Smarter Workplace Awareness Month! Join us this week on the mic with Dr. Jaclyn Jensen, Dean of Student Success and SIOP Visibility and Media sub-committee member to discuss SWAM, 2021 Workplace trends, and more as we enter fall, Let's Check-In! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/messageSupport this …
 
Hi everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. This week’s guest is a name that Phish podcast fans will recognize: RJB, the CEO and Co-Founder of Osiris Media. As a podcaster, I’m always looking up to the professionals and in the Phish podcast world, you can’t get more professional than Osiris M…
 
As we wrap up this month’s focus on having a growth mindset and being a learning leader, here’s a simple reminder: as leaders, relationships are central to everything we do. Episode 193 invites you to consider five ways practicing a growth mindset can help you navigate the local and global challenges that continue to emerge. Some of these practices…
 
In this week's solo episode, I talk about intuitive movement. Is your workout harming or helping you? What is your motivation for working out? Is weight loss or aesthetic goals the focus? Are you burning to earn? DO you have rigid rules around working out? Did you know you can remove all the rules from working out? Learn how you can move your body …
 
Last week was a rollercoaster of the good, the ugly, and the exciting - join us as we discuss how to manage expectations, rebounce from not-so-micro aggressions, and get a sneak peek of what we have in store for September 👀, Let’s Check-In! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bia…
 
Observe constantly that all things take place by change, and accustom thyself to consider that the nature of the Universe loves nothing so much as to change the things which are and to make new things like them. For everything that exists is, in a manner, the seed of that which will be. -Marcus Arelius…
 
Hi everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brain Weinstein. This week’s guest is the John Purcell, who I’ll refer to as Purcy throughout the conversation. As you’ll hear us explain during the episode, Percy and I went back and forth a few times about which show or jam to discuss. As the host, I do my best to…
 
Learning leaders get things wrong. And you already know, for many, it is hard to be wrong. Leaders make mistakes...and it’s hard. And then there’s uncertainty and emotional exposure you feel as a leader...that IS hard, too. Here’s the thing: you can do hard things. In this episode, you'll be reminded that you can do hard things. You'll hear how lea…
 
In this weeks solo episode I talk about bringing joy into your life when you've had a bad day (or two). Christine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitPro Her mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education p…
 
Can I be fired if I don’t want the vaccine? Can I stay home forever? Is it a matter of individual freedoms or employer rights? Join us this week as we look at what companies already require proof of vaccination, and which ones don’t - and exactly how do personal choice, public safety and the workplace intersect with getting back to the office. Let’…
 
Hi everybody, and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is the host of the Cinema Dave Media YouTube channel, Dave Burland. When Dave and I got in touch, two things stood out to me that made me want to speak with him about Phish: first, he is a huge fan of The Who, just like I am, so we have a lot of shared musical DN…
 
Sean Miller had some great teams at Arizona but which one was his best? Brad and Steven get to the bottom of this by previewing the upcoming simulated Miller Madness Tournament. All twelve of Miller's teams will have a chance to bring home the Miller Madness Tourney Title in this single elimination contest.…
 
“Growth mindset leaders want to be challenged.” Carol Dweck Growth happens when there is enough challenge and support offered to a leader. When there is too much or too little of either element, growth doesn't happen. Instead, leaders experience stagnation, uncertainty, overwhelm, and coddling. If you’re not growing as a leader, it’s likely there’s…
 
In this weeks solo episode I talk about weight loss and intentional weight loss. I often get people asking if its okay to want to lose weight. Yes of course - you have complete body autonomy. But let's take a look at the reasons why and the behavior it takes to get there. A lot of nuance in this weeks episode. Christine is a Movement Motivator, Bod…
 
Are you team #BackToNormal or #WFHForLife? As workers return to the office (or not), join us this week as we debate which option is better for whom, and how to avoid the commute culture shock. Let’s Check-In! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biascheckin/support…
 
As Dodgers fans await the Giants’ swoon, the rest of baseball have their own issues and West Coast Bias is here to disseminate (without express written permission) the rest of the schedules and possible concerns and advantages that may come into play. We’re also officially on Miggy Watch so keep those eyes glued to the TV and ears affixed to your f…
 
Hi everybody and welcome to today's episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. Today, we wish Attendance Bias a HAPPY BIRTHDAY since it appeared on Apple Podcasts for the first time one year ago today, August 11, 2020. It's been a full year of episodes, and I'd like to thank you all SO MUCH for listening. In celebration, I thought…
 
Uncertainty has a way of messing with our thinking, feelings, and behavior. At times the uncertainty looks like doubt. Other times, it looks like the need to learn a new skill. Still other times, it’s wrapped up in decision fatigue or endless options that overwhelm you. You’ve likely found yourself in one of these situations in the past week, if no…
 
In this weeks solo episode I share how important FUN is for your overall health. Whether you feel like you don't have enough time for fun or feel guilting having fun when you have so many responsibilities to tackle each week, this episode will guide you through how to have more fun in your life. Christine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & U…
 
It's been one year of Bias Bender! Can you believe it? I'm still pinching myself... Join me as we reflect on the hopes and dreams of the past year of Bias Bender. I can't thank you enough for listening along with me this past year. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Cover art by Michelle Li. (https://michellejli.com/) Original music by Adam Westerman…
 
Hello everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is Illinois native, Brett Kreiner. Brett messaged me on Phish.net, explaining that he was a fan of the podcast and that an earlier episode, where actor Luke LaGraff talked about the importance of the song “Lizards,” inspired him to reach out and tell his story …
 
What would you say about the power of being a learning leader? In this episode, we focus on the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset for Christ-centered leaders. Join us for Episode 189 to explore how each of these characteristics can show up in Christ-centered leaders and what you may need to consider to continue becoming a lear…
 
Episode Notes Maggie and Sam are back on the pod with Grayson and Vinny. On today’s episode, we bring a story filled with peril as Grayson and Maggie went on a hike and found themselves in a dire situation. Sam went to Vegas and is standing firm on what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Also, tune in to and learn what’s in Vinny’s fridge. Oh and Gra…
 
In this weeks solo episode I share some lessons learned from Simone Biles and her decision to withdrawal from the Olympics last week. While many criticized her decision as quitting on her team and on her commitment, it only the stigma associated with mental health. Our mental health is just as important as our physical health and the conversations …
 
Welcome back from summer break, and straight onto a little 2021 Q3 check-in! Join us this week as we look at gender pay gaps, and just how many jobs one might have to work to tip the scales in their favor. From Black Women's Equal Pay Day on August 3rd, to slash workers and the gig economy - just what does it take to make a living? Let's Check-In! …
 
Officially Michael Bruno is a "risk manager" for one of the most successful corporations in the world. In reality, he is a futurist, the scout up in the ship's crow's nest looking for icebergs and opportunities. Michael joins us to touch on a wide range of topics, including automation, the future of a post-millennial workforce, the economics of car…
 
Self-coaching and accountability Developmental Phases of Training, Spinning your wheels, and Managing your neuroticism, Gathering long-term data. Adhesive-Gate (2021 Raw Nationals) Imposter syndrome (For the highly qualified) New META for the future gen of PL DEEP LIFE NON-PL Discussionโดย Chance Mitchell
 
Hi everyone, and welcome to today's episode of Attendance Bias. My guest today is Dave Waxman. Dave is a former employee of Phish Dry Goods, he worked at a bar with former Phish road manager Jason Colton, and he also recently created a merchandise website called Maybe So Maybe Lot. While I was promoting an earlier episode, Dave messaged me and aske…
 
For the past two months, we've explored the importance of rest, relaxation, and play. Today, we want to leave you with 71 ways to add play to your day. You'll see some of the suggestions are silly, some are spontaneous, and some you might think aren't fun at all. And that's ok. Our Invitation Here's our invitation: add to the list and make it your …
 
Looking for HAES aligned books to add to your reading list? Check out the 10 from BBB host Christine DeFilippis. From Health at every size to Intuitive Eating and Joyful Movement, let these books help you on your journey. And let us know what books are your favorites. Additional resources can be found on our website: Resources page Health at Every …
 
Hi everyone! I'm back! Yay! This week's episode is about MacNolia Cox and her spelling bee career. I so enjoyed getting to learn more about her story and giving her the honor she earned early on in her life. I hope you enjoy listening! I'd love to hear what you think of this episode. Please feel free to reach out to the podcast email at biasbender@…
 
Will Carey Price still be a Hab when Wednesday comes to an end? There’s been an insane amount of Montreal Canadiens news and drama since the Stanley Cup Final ended a mere two weeks ago, and the boys on the Bias get into it all on a rare summertime episode of the big pod.โดย Montreal Canadiens fans for Montreal Canadiens fans
 
Hi everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is the Director of Marketing for AA minor-league baseball team, the Somerset Patriots, Hal Hansen. If you’ve ever played a trivia game between innings, watched a bunch of sausages race around the bases, or caught a t-shirt launched by an air cannon at a Somerset P…
 
In different seasons of life, rest, relaxation, and play look different. What is fun when you’re a parent of small children and serving youth in the church...during a pandemic? Join Sam Heaton as he shares his experience of leading, loving, and living as a follower of Jesus in the midst of seasons filled with change. If you ever found yourself worn…
 
Episode Notes Social distancing is over! Derek, Grayson, and Vinny are back with a jammed pact episode filled with life updates, a horrifying centipede story, and of course some talk about Grayson’s favorite companies. Recorded 7/15/2021. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @slightlybiased_. Also, check out our home on the web at www.slig…
 
Liz Gural is a registered dietitian working in the private practice setting. Liz has dedicated her career as a RD to working with clients who have eating disorders (past/present, diagnosed and undiagnosed), clients who experience disordered eating, clients who want to better their relationship with food and body image, and clients looking to learn …
 
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