The 5 - Bullet Point Episode (EP's 16-20)
Here, we’ve landed at another milestone of The IPS Podcast: we’re on our 20th episode.
Here, we lead with a new 5 Bullet Point episode: this time, for Episodes 16 to 20.
Below, you will find a summary and description of each guest we’ve had and what we talked about in that episode. Of course, along with that, you will find the links to the full episode.
A big thank you to all the faithful listeners of this podcast! And of course, a warm welcome to all our new listeners. The 5 bullet point episodes are excellent starting points for those who are new to this podcast, so that you can receive short snippets of what to expect in the full episodes.
But besides that, the 5 Bullet Point Episodes are incredible episodes if you want to get a dose of wisdom or inspiration in your day. Therefore, down below, I have also included any other 5 Bullet Point episodes that are all worth checking out.
With that, many thanks once again to all of you for listening to the podcast. We appreciate your time tremendously and hope that with each episode you will be left with more knowledge than when you came.
Here’s to many more fascinating guests and episodes to come!
The 5 - Bullet Point Episode (EP's 16-20)
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EP 016 – “How to Have Better Conversations,” with Kalina Silverman, Founder of Big Talk
Kalina Silverman is the founder of Big Talk, a platform that inspires and enables people to connect on a deeper level with one another. In this episode, she talks about how to move from small talk to Big Talk.
Meaningful conversations – or Big Talk – is strongly associated with greater well-being and, consequently, better-quality relationships with our friends, family, partner, coworkers, and even strangers.
It’s truly vital that we understand the importance of having more meaningful conversations with others and how to develop this skill. As loneliness is increasing in the world, people need to know the importance of more quality conversations and how to have them.
This podcast episode provides some valuable knowledge and information on how to skip the small talk and move on to better conversations.
EP 017 – Within the Mind of a Warrior:
Rich Hungerford, Former SAS Patrol Commander
Rich Hungerford is a former SAS Commander and today senior instructor at his survival school, Bush-Lore Australia.
In this episode, he talks about his time in the army as an SAS soldier, what it means to be a warrior, and how nature has changed him and affected others who enrolled in his survival school.
These are but a few of the many interesting topics covered in this episode. This interview contains some real gems and powerful lessons from a man who breathes wisdom.
EP 018 – Non-Suicidal Self-Injury:
How to Cope with It and Provide Support – Dr. Stephen P. Lewis, Ph.D.
NSSI, or non-suicidal self-injury, is far too common. Much more common than many people realize. Therefore, we invited Dr. Stephen Lewis to talk about this grossly misunderstood topic.
As a professional researcher on NSSI, Dr. Lewis not only has a keen knowledge of what he is talking about, but he also understands, emotionally, the pain and struggle of those who suffer from NSSI, as he himself has experienced it personally.
Learn the reasons why people self-injure, how to help someone who self-injures, and of course, how to help yourself if you self-injure.
You will also learn about the latest studies and research being done on NSSI, along with many other interesting facts about a topic that we need to talk more openly about.
EP 019 – Dr. Guy Macpherson, Ph.D.
What is Psychological Trauma and How to Heal It
Guy Macpherson, Ph.D., is a doctor of clinical psychology and founder of the Trauma Therapist Project—a platform where Guy provides resources and a community for clinicians and therapists of all kinds who are starting out on their trauma-informed journey.
As host of the Trauma Therapist Podcast, Guy talks in this episode about trauma.
In this interview, gain a strong basic understanding of what trauma is, ways to start the healing process, and how to be supportive of someone who is suffering from trauma, along with many other insightful takeaways and lessons about this topic that a vast number of people are struggling with
EP 020 – Certified Sexologist Shan Boodram, Talks about Sex, Dating, and Relationships
The most sought-after sex educator on the internet, Shan Boodram, talks about dating, relationships, and ohh yes, sex, in this episode of The IPS Podcast.
Here you’ll come to learn various tips and pieces of advice to improve your experience in each of those fields.
Shan has appeared on The View, MTV, E!, The Rachael Ray Show, The Steve Harvey Show, and CNN Radio. She has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and Time magazine.
She has written two books, and she is also a popular YouTube personality, with over half a million followers.
Shan is indeed a person who knows what she is talking about on topics such as dating, relationships, and sex. All these topics are part of our lives, yet, they are topics that we learn little to nothing about growing up.
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