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Podcast Profile: Seize The Moment Podcast

podcast imageTwitter: @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31 (@leonscafe31 followed by 53 philosophers)
Site: www.o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment
142 episodes
2019 to present
Average episode: 67 minutes
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Categories: Interview-Style • Life Philosophy • Two Hosts

Podcaster's summary: Seize The Moment Podcast, hosted by Leon Garber and Alen Ulman is a project centered around making the most important and useful ideas in psychology, philosophy, and personal development mainstream. We feature guests from all walks of life whether they be artists, musicians, comedians, entrepreneurs, philosophers, psychologists and many more. There is a saying, “the most essential knowledge is not yet made widely accessible.” We want to make that information accessible and change as many lives for the better as possible. | | Leon Garber is a philosophical writer, contemplating and elucidating the deep recesses of man's soul. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Psychotherapist — specializing in Existential Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma Therapy — and manages a blog exploring issues of death, self-esteem, love, freedom, life-meaning, and mental health/mental illness, from both empirical and personal viewpoints. | | Alen Ulman is a content creator and life long auto-didact. Alen manages the page Ego Ends Now which is a growing community for expanding consciousness with vital information about science, medicine, self actualization, philosophy, psychology and methods to overcome identification with compulsive thought. The purpose of Ego Ends Now is to make sure to give everyone in it's community every tool available to add levity in their own lives, making it a very real possibility for them to create a life of their own design, and help impact the world and our global community positively.

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List Updated: 2022-Aug-10 11:32 UTC. Episodes: 142. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
2022-Aug-07 • 50 minutes
Mutah Beale & Sulaiman Jenkins Talk Podcasting, Writing Biography, Hip Hop Museum | STM Podcast #140
On episode 140, we welcome back Mutah “Napoleon” Beale and Sulaiman Jenkins to follow up with them about their experiences after releasing Mu’s biography ‘Life is Raw’, Napoleon’s time in the music industry and why he felt more comfortable...
2022-Jul-31 • 62 minutes
David Swift - The Identity Myth: Why We Must Embrace Our Differences to Beat Inequality | STM Podcast #139
On episode 139, we welcome David Swift to discuss the pervasive myth of identities, how politicians and pundits exploit identity politics for personal gain, personal identity conflicts and how class and political views can interfere with each other,...
2022-Jul-24 • 59 minutes
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo: The Love of Philosophy, Human Nature, Podcasting | STM Podcast #138
On episode 138, we welcome Prof. Gwen Dolske and Rudy Salo of the Good Is in the Details Podcast to discuss their podcast journey, Rudy’s discomfort with ambiguity and his hesitation of engaging with philosophy, Gwen’s love of existentialism and...
2022-Jul-17 • 62 minutes
Tom Morris - Patriotism is Not Nationalism: Restoring Its True Meaning | STM Podcast #137
On episode 137, we welcome philosopher Tom Morris to discuss his new book ‘The Everyday Patriot’, creating ways to overcome political apathy, how democracy and meritocracy were perverted and how to reclaim them, why voting still matters,...
2022-Jun-27 • 90 minutes
Stuart Vyse: The Utility of Delusions (Why It's Not Always Rational to be Rational) | STM #136
On episode 136, we welcome behavioral scientist Stuart Vyse to discuss the practical benefits of certain delusional beliefs; love-at-first-sight as a defense mechanism to foster romance; whether we can prevent the emotional crash that normally results...
2022-Jun-19 • 67 minutes
Christian Miller: Honesty: The Lost Virtue; How it Benefits You By Benefitting Others | STM #135
On episode 135, we welcome philosopher Christian Miller to discuss the importance of honesty, why people prefer that virtue in relationships over others, the replication crisis in psychology and why it doesn’t necessarily mean that researchers were...
2022-Jun-12 • 59 minutes
Darryl Stickel: Building Trust, Strong Leaders, Teams & Removing Uncertainty | STM Podcast #134
On episode 134, we welcome Darryl Stickel to discuss the elements of building trust in various types of relationships, the levers of trust - integrity, benevolence, ability, how to foster all three and why we need to, confirmation bias and why...
2022-Jun-05 • 70 minutes
Avram Alpert (The Good-Enough Life): Why Good Enough is Better Than Great | STM Podcast #133
On episode 133, we welcome Avram Alpert to discuss creating a good-enough world as opposed to one that solely benefits greatness, the myth of meritocracy and how it engenders biased outcomes, the talent that’s frequently overlooked in Western...
2022-May-22 • 69 minutes
Loupy D: Photographing 2Pac, Smoking Blunts w/ Biggie & Wu-Tang Clan, Ego Death | STM Podcast #132
On episode 132, we welcome former hip-hop journalist Loupy D to discuss his career in the music industry, his relationship with Notorious B.I.G. and being impressed with his character when they initially met, meeting and photographing 2Pac during the...
2022-May-15 • 59 minutes
Daniel Bergner: Mental Illness to Mental Health: Psychotropics & Their Limitations| STM Podcast #131
On episode 131, we welcome Daniel Bergner to discuss his new book ‘The Mind and the Moon’; the history of psychotropic medications and their limitations; the neurological underpinnings of mental illness; psychotic disorders and the hearing voices...
2022-May-08 • 58 minutes
Bryonn Bain (Rebel Speak): Critical Race Theory, Prison Reform, Chuck D, Hip Hop | STM Podcast #130
On episode 130, we welcome Professor Bryonn Bain to discuss his new book ‘Rebel Speak’; critical race theory and its principles; the history of racism and how it became codified into law; the critics of CRT and their desire to maintain a sense of...
2022-May-01 • 59 minutes
Sara Manning Peskin: DNA, Proteins, Antibodies, and Madness | STM Podcast #129
On episode 129, we welcome Dr. Sara Manning Peskin to discuss her new book ‘A Molecule Away from Madness’; the fascinating stories of the scientists who discovered the molecules that cause neurological diseases and their cures, including Alois...
2022-Apr-24 • 58 minutes
William Irwin: The Meaning of Metallica: Ride the Lyrics | STM Podcast #128
On episode 128, we welcome philosopher William Irwin to discuss his new book ‘The Meaning of Metallica’, the band’s rise to fame and why so many identified with their music, ‘Master of Puppets’ and the insidious nature of addiction, the...
2022-Apr-10 • 60 minutes
Mark D. White (Thor: If They Be Worthy): What Makes Us Worthy? | STM Podcast #127
On episode 127, we welcome philosopher Mark White to discuss the philosophy of Thor; how his hammer was used to distinguish and judge worthiness; the similarities and differences between the various schools of ethics - virtue ethics, deontology, and...
2022-Apr-03 • 74 minutes
Christian Madsbjerg (Sensemaking): Sensemaking in the Age of the Algorithm | STM Podcast #126
On episode 126, we welcome Professor Christian Madbjerg to discuss the elements of ‘sense-making’, the benefits and limits of data collection, Moneyball and why some of the sports teams implementing purely statistical approaches aren’t as...
2022-Mar-27 • 57 minutes
Jessica Gordon-Roth (Philosophy Illustrated): What Makes Up a Personal Identity? | STM Podcast #125
On episode 125, we welcome philosopher Jessica Gordon-Roth to discuss John Locke and ‘The Prince and the Cobbler’ thought experiment, what makes up someone’s identity and if it’s more than just a bundle of memories, if people remain the same...
2022-Mar-20 • 67 minutes
Andy West (The Life Inside): Teaching Philosophy in Prison | STM Podcast #124
On episode 124, we welcome philosopher Andy West to discuss teaching philosophy in prisons, how the prisoners initially surprised him with their insights, Sisyphean freedom and how we can become free in rebelling against authority, the juxtaposition...
2022-Mar-13 • 75 minutes
Ben Burgis (GTAA Podcast): The Intellectual Development of Christopher Hitchens | STM Podcast #123
On episode 123, we welcome philosopher Ben Burgis to discuss the intellectual development of the late Christopher Hitchens, his early socialist ideals, the different versions of socialism and why Stalinist communism is sometimes considered to be state...
2022-Mar-06 • 67 minutes
Gary Browning & Constantine Sandis: Bob Dylan at 80, the Man, Myth, and Legend | STM Podcast #122
On episode 122, we welcome philosophers Constantine Sandis and Gary Browning to discuss the cultural legacy of the iconic singer Bob Dylan, what separated him from other artists of his era, his creative genius in piecing together elements from varied...
2022-Feb-20 • 78 minutes
Chris Boutté (The Rewired Soul): Sobriety, Cancel Culture, and Redemption | STM Podcast #121
On episode 121, we welcome podcaster Chris Boutté to discuss his journey from drug dependency to becoming a YouTube sensation, tribalism and how cognitive biases help foster disdain for outsiders, the Joe Rogan controversy, how Chris was cancelled...
2022-Feb-13 • 72 minutes
Jack Symes: Philosophers on Consciousness: Talking about the Mind | STM Podcast #120
On episode 120, we welcome philosopher Jack Symes of The Panpsychast to discuss the major competing theories of consciousness, the illusions of panpsychist idealism and materialist illusionism, Philip Goff and how his version of pansychism allows for...
2022-Feb-06 • 54 minutes
Bonnie Honig: When Do Individual Rights Trump the Common Good? | STM Podcast #119
On episode 119, we welcome political scientist Bonnie Honig to discuss John Rawls’ A Theory of Justice, utilitarianism vs Kantianism and whether the majority has the right to impose their will on the minority, neurodiversity and why peculiarities...
2022-Jan-31 • 70 minutes
Angus Fletcher: The Healing Power of Narrative | STM Podcast #118
On episode 118, we welcome neuroscientist and literary scholar Angus Fletcher to discuss literary tools for personal character development; how literature can be therapeutic and spark creativity, reduce stress and anxiety, and promote personal growth;...
2022-Jan-23 • 65 minutes
Richard Pettigrew: Are You the Same Person You Were Years Ago? | STM Podcast #117
On episode 117, we welcome philosopher Richard Pettigrew to discuss ‘The Russian Nobleman’ thought experiment, what makes you a self, whether we should be held to the commitments made earlier in life, the notion of the perpetually dying self and...
2022-Jan-16 • 73 minutes
Lewis R. Gordon: The Fear of Black Consciousness & How Radical Love Transcends It | STM Podcast #116
On episode 116, we welcome philosopher Lewis Gordon to discuss his new book ‘Fear of Black Consciousness’, how Critical Race Theory is misunderstood and why it’s challenged, the parable of the Anglican minister and what it teaches us about...
2022-Jan-09 • 70 minutes
The Benefits of Setting Boundaries for Yourself and Your Relationships | STM Podcast #115
On episode 115, Alen and Leon discuss how having boundaries is crucial to the wellbeing of the relationship to yourself and others, the challenges that people face with setting boundaries for themselves and in their relationships, the difference...
2022-Jan-02 • 69 minutes
Christian Miller: Are You As Good As You Think You Are? | STM Podcast #114
On episode 114, we welcome philosopher Christian Miller to discuss the nuances of moral character; why most people aren’t fully good or fully bad; how their ethical choices fluctuate in various situations and sometimes because of minor environmental...
2021-Dec-19 • 60 minutes
Constantine Sandis: Can I Understand Your Pain?, Wittgenstein Thought Experiment | STM Podcast #113
On episode 113, we welcome philosopher Constantine Sandis to discuss the new book ‘Philosophy Illustrated’, Ludwig Wittgenstein’s beetle in the box thought experiment, whether we can experience another’s pain specifically and understand their...
2021-Dec-12 • 64 minutes
Bryan Van Norden: The Goodness of Human Nature | STM Podcast #112
On episode 112, we welcome back philosopher Bryan Van Norden to discuss the new book ‘Philosophy Illustrated’, the philosophy of Mengzi and the sprout of benevolence, the argument that human nature is fundamentally good, how it can become...
2021-Dec-05 • 64 minutes
Helen De Cruz: How Illustrated Philosophy Reveals Deeper Truths | STM Podcast #111
On episode 111, we welcome back philosopher Helen De Cruz to discuss the significance of illustrating thought experiments, using them to illicit and explore our intuitive beliefs, the extended mind hypothesis and whether our cell phones are part of...
2021-Nov-24 • 64 minutes
Seize The Moment Thanksgiving Special: Gratitude, Guests, Year in Review, Lessons Learned | #110
On episode 110, Alen and Leon discuss dealing with covid in 2021; the behind the scenes of podcasting - the struggles they both have with anxiety the night before and day of a show, finding ways to remain motivated, and with producing the show; the...
2021-Nov-14 • 66 minutes
Dr. David Brendel: The Importance of Active Inquiry In Creating Strong Workplaces | STM Podcast #109
On episode 109, we welcome back Dr. David Brendel to discuss his new book ‘Think, Talk, Create’; active inquiry deficit disorder and its effects on the health of relationships; how open-ended questions can help save the lives of psychiatric...
2021-Nov-11 • 13 minutes
Jeff Jarrett: Character Creation, NWO 2000, Was Jeff a Four-Horseman? | STM Podcast Bonus Episode
On this special bonus episode, Leon chats with wrestling legend Jeff Jarrett about the development of his wrestling character, from Double J to the King of the Mountain; NWO 2000 and working with Bret Hart, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Scott Steiner;...
2021-Oct-31 • 54 minutes
Dr. Rachel Zoffness: Managing Chronic Pain with Psychotherapy | STM Podcast #108
On episode 107, Leon speaks with Dr. Rachel Zoffness about the medical history of pain management; how the opioid crises is fueled by a purely biological understanding of pain; the emotional, social, and biological components of pain; the neurological...
2021-Oct-24 • 72 minutes
Tom Morris: Using Philosophy to Transform the Fear of Change into Success | STM Podcast #107
On episode 107, we welcome philosopher Tom Morris to discuss why people naturally fear change despite it being an inextricable part of the human condition, why building confidence and creating habits are better remedies than resistance and isolation,...
2021-Oct-17 • 70 minutes
Ryan Stelzer: Profiting By Making More Humane Workplaces Using Think Talk Create | STM Podcast #106
On episode 106, we welcome back management consultant Ryan Stelzer to discuss the importance of the active inquiry process known as ‘Think, Talk, Create’; the perils of solely focusing on data and profit, or ‘the quantitative mindset’;...
2021-Oct-10 • 62 minutes
Emily Kircher-Morris: 2e Students, Neurodiversity, NYC Ending Gifted & Talented Program | STM Podcast #105
On episode 105, we welcome back Licensed Professional Counselor Emily-Kircher Morris to discuss teaching twice exceptional (2e) children, the neurodiversity movement and its contribution to helping us accept the neurological differences in one...
2021-Oct-03 • 64 minutes
Andy Norman: Dangerous Ideas, Collaborative Truth-Seeking, & Conspiracy Thinking | STM Podcast #104
On episode 104, we welcome back philosopher Andy Norman to discuss how we can protect ourselves from infectious ideas and mind parasites, the Socratic system of rational inquiry and why it’s the most effective truth detector, how people become...
2021-Sep-26 • 58 minutes
William Irwin: Turning Philosophy into Poetry and Making Wisdom Accessible | STM Podcast #103
On episode 103, we welcome back philosopher William Irwin to discuss poetry and philosophy, our reactions to William's new book ‘Both/And’, the battle between continental philosophy and analytic philosophy, why aphorisms and platitudes are...
2021-Sep-19 • 67 minutes
David Livingstone Smith: How Monsters, Racists, and Nazis are Made | STM Podcast #102
On episode 102, we welcome philosopher David Livingstone Smith to discuss the psychosocial mechanisms of dehumanization, how humans can perceive other humans as both human and sub-human, what lynchings were actually like, how Nazis used psychotherapy...
2021-Aug-01 • 59 minutes
Brad Johnson: Super Bowl XXXVII, Mindsets For Success, Overcoming Tough Moments | STM Podcast #101
On episode 101, we welcome Quarterback Brad Johnson to discuss the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers championship run, why the Joe Jurevicius 71 yard catch in the NFC championship game was the greatest play in Buc history, overcoming adversity on the field...
2021-Jul-23 • 39 minutes
John D. Bieber: How to Love, Divorce, Am I Loved? | STM Podcast #100
John D. Bieber is a writer and former international divorce lawyer. After a distinguished career as a UK lawyer, formerly with the celebrated Lord Goodman and later with his own law firm, John D Bieber left full time legal work to focus on family life...
2021-Jul-18 • 75 minutes
Emmy van Deurzen: Rising From Existential Crisis, Brexit, COVID | STM Podcast #99
On episode 99, we welcome back existential psychologist Emmy van Deurzen to discuss the emotional effects of Brexit, how it compounded with Covid to create an existential crisis for EU nationals living in the UK, Emmy’s personal experience of...
2021-Jul-15 • 82 minutes
Mike Walrond: Mental Health in the Black Community, Facing Death, Finding Faith | STM Podcast #98
On episode 98, we welcome Pastor Michael Walrond to discuss mental health in the Black community, his medical journey and overcoming death on multiple occasions, how he found faith amidst the vast absurdity of life, becoming inspired by Viktor...
2021-Jun-24 • 63 minutes
Julian Baggini: What David Hume Can Teach Us about Being Human and Living Well | STM Podcast #97
On episode 97, Leon chats with philosopher Julian Baggini about the philosophy and wisdom of David Hume, focusing on why he believed we could accept knowing things without knowing their foundations, the natural limitations of reason and need for...
2021-Jun-20 • 58 minutes
James Shakhnovich & James Moreno: How We Overcame Addiction | STM Podcast #96
On episode 96, we welcome James Shakhnovich and James Moreno to discuss drug addiction and hear their stories, how addiction is linked to trauma, the shame and guilt addicts feel despite the common misconception that they’re solely selfish,...
2021-Jun-06 • 63 minutes
Andy Norman: Inoculating Our Minds From Parasitic Ideas and Thinking Better | STM Podcast #95
On episode 95, Leon chats with philosopher Andy Norman about mental immunity and how to reason well, what ideologies are and what makes them toxic, the responsibility each of us have to become rational thinkers and why, ethically, we can't just...
2021-May-23 • 69 minutes
Christian Jarrett: The Keys to Personality Change | STM Podcast #94
On episode 94, we welcome cognitive neuroscientist Christian Jarrett to discuss what comprises a personality, the positive and negative traits according to The Big 5 Factor Model, how the environment affects one’s traits, why it’s important that...
2021-May-09 • 82 minutes
Tools for Combatting Anxiety, Taking Action, Personal Stories | STM Podcast #93
On episode 93, Alen and Leon speak about how anxiety has held them back in the past, the difference between common episodic anxiety and anxiety disorders, performance anxiety and how they used the fear of disappointing each other to push past it and...
2021-Apr-25 • 76 minutes
The Benefits of the Scout Mindset, Updating Beliefs, Escaping Echo Chambers | STM Podcast #92
On episode 92, Alen and Leon discuss the book The Scout Mindset by Julia Galef, focusing on how to cultivate an open-mind, the benefits and pitfalls of self-deception, holding your identity loosely, the right ways to interpret critical feedback, how...
2021-Apr-04 • 74 minutes
Michael Shermer: Beating Bad Ideas with Better Ideas, Cancel Culture, Free Speech | STM Podcast #91
On episode 91, we welcome author Michael Shermer to discuss why and how humans come to believe in anything, our difficulty with understanding randomness and how it contributes to the belief in improbable conspiracy theories, the harms of cancel...
2021-Mar-28 • 71 minutes
Mohamedou Ould Slahi: The Mauritanian, Closing Guantanamo Bay, Imprisonment | STM Podcast #90
On episode 90, we welcome author Mohamedou Ould Slahi to recount his imprisonment in Guantanamo Bay and discuss black and white thinking in the American narrative of the good guys vs. the bad guys, why he still loves Americans and can see the good in...
2021-Mar-14 • 63 minutes
Christopher Mark Rose: God on a Bad Night, Science Fiction, Quantum Physics, A.I. | STM Podcast #89
On episode 89, we welcome science fiction writer Christopher Mark Rose on to discuss his new story: God on a Bad Night, artificial intelligence and how it can change our relationships, the flaws of the multiverse interpretation of quantum physics, the...
2021-Mar-07 • 30 minutes
STM Podcast #88: The Podcasts We Love And Recommend
On episode 88, Alen and Leon talk about their favorite podcasts. They discuss what podcasts they listen to for inspiration, to laugh, and to learn. Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | ► Twitter | ► Instagram |
2021-Feb-28 • 60 minutes
STM Podcast #87: Robert Bilott: Forever Chemicals Infected 99% of Humans, Dark Waters, Suing DuPont
On episode 87, we welcome environmental lawyer and activist Robert Bilott to discuss the widespread prevalence and health effects of forever chemicals (including cancer and autoimmune disorders), his decades-long legal war with the DuPont chemical...
2021-Feb-22 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #86: Marc Mero on Motivational Speaking, Life-Changing Epiphanies, Wrestling Career
On episode 86, we welcome Marc Mero to discuss how and why he became a motivational speaker, speaking to kids about suicidal thoughts and other important mental health related struggles, working with Stone Cold Steve Austin and learning from him,...
2021-Feb-15 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast #85: Sofia Samatar Discusses Futurism, A.I., Immortality, Philosophy and Science Fiction
On episode 85, we welcome writer Sofia Samatar to discuss her chapter in Philosophy Through Science-Fiction Stories titled “The New Book of the Dead,” our obsession with and love of Artificial Intelligence, the persistent human quest for...
2021-Feb-08 • 90 minutes
STM Podcast #84: Martha Lawton - The Effects of Unstable Income, The Welfare Stigma, The Gig Economy
On episode 84, we welcome back Martha Lawton to discuss the how the pandemic worsened social mobility and exacerbated unstable incomes, the gig economy and how it pits us against one another, the beliefs and cognitive distortions of welfare...
2021-Feb-01 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #83: Helen De Cruz - Teaching Philosophy Through Science Fiction
On episode 83, we welcome back philosopher Helen De Cruz to discuss why science fiction is a great platform for bringing complex philosophical ideas to a wide audience, the history of the belief in the afterlife and its early link to the intellectual...
2021-Jan-17 • 64 minutes
STM Podcast #82: Diamond Dallas Page Talks About DDPY, Wrestling Career, and Relentless
On episode 82, we welcome Diamond Dallas Page to discuss his journey in professional wrestling, his various injuries and why he reluctantly began doing yoga, the early formation of DDPY, the successful transformations its practitioners have...
2021-Jan-10 • 71 minutes
STM Podcast #81: Jonathan Berman - Anti-Vaxx Skepticism, COVID-19 Vaccine, Conspiracy Theories
On episode 81, we welcome Professor Jonathan Berman to discuss the skepticism surrounding vaccine safety and efficacy - especially given the skepticism surrounding taking the Covid-19 vaccine in the midst of a global pandemic, the motives of the...
2021-Jan-03 • 79 minutes
STM Podcast #80: Ashley Bohrer - Marxism and Intersectionality
On episode 80, we welcome philosopher Ashley Bohrer to discuss intersectionality and the importance of combatting racism, sexism, classism, and ableism as separate but related challenges; Ashley’s first-hand account of police brutality toward...
2020-Dec-27 • 47 minutes
STM Podcast #79: Interview For The Blog Of The American Philosophical Association
On episode 79, philosopher Ashley Bohrer interviews Alen and Leon for the blog of the American Philosophical Association. They discuss Leon’s childhood, existential anxiety and how he found a remedy in philosophy, Alen’s early experiences and the...
2020-Dec-20 • 61 minutes
STM Podcast #78: Brian Muraresku - How Psychedelics Helped Form Religion and Philosophy
On episode 78 we welcome Brian Muraresku to discuss the origins of religious rituals and their associations to psychedelic use, the history and rites of the ancient mystery schools, their understanding of immortality and how it differs from the notion...
2020-Dec-13 • 63 minutes
STM Podcast #77: Andreas Elpidorou - How Boredom, Frustration, and Anticipation Lead Us to Growth
On episode 77, we welcome philosopher Andreas Elpidorou to discuss the positive and negative aspects of boredom, frustration, and anticipation; the hedonic treadmill and why constant pleasure becomes tormenting; the difference between common boredom...
2020-Dec-06 • 89 minutes
STM Podcast #76: Margaret Rutherford - Breaking Free From Perfectly Hidden Depression
On episode 76, we welcome clinical psychologist Margaret Rutherford to discuss perfectly hidden depression, the unhealthy coping strategies that can mask inner turmoil and sorrow, our own experiences with the syndrome and why we hid it, the stages to...
2020-Nov-22 • 103 minutes
STM Podcast #75: Sheldon Solomon - Developing the Courage to Face Death in Life
On episode 75 we welcome social psychologist and co-developer of Terror-Management Theory Sheldon Solomon to discuss his original research, which supported his hypothesis of death anxiety being at the core of most of our aggressive and selfish...
2020-Nov-15 • 80 minutes
STM Podcast #74: Andrew Moffat (Andy O4L) - The Heart of an Outlaw
On episode 74, we welcome hip-hop journalist Andrew Moffatt (Andy O4L) to discuss the Heart of an Outlaw Show; his experiences with interviewing some of his musical idols like Mutah “Napoleon” Beale, and other guests like Angie Thomas and Ajani...
2020-Nov-08 • 80 minutes
STM Podcast #73 Kate Harvie - Believe It and Behave It: How to Restart, Reset, and Reframe Your Life
On episode 73, we welcome author and brand strategist Kate Harvie to discuss the psychological tools of overcoming trauma, focusing on her traumatic brain injury and the arduous journey back to health. Additionally, we focused on the importance of...
2020-Oct-25 • 66 minutes
STM Podcast #72: Ryan Stelzer - Using Philosophy to Create Better Workplace Environments
On episode 72, we welcome management consultant Ryan Stelzer to discuss toxic workplace environments, how they relate to depression and anxiety, the step by step process of creating more effective communication,the necessity of fostering psychological...
2020-Oct-18 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast #71: Derek Beres - Hero's Dose: The Case for Psychedelics in Ritual and Therapy
On episode 71, we welcome journalist Derek Beres to talk about the structure and efficacy of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, the benefits and costs of being on psychotropic medication in the long-term, the importance of one’s mindset and setting...
2020-Oct-11 • 52 minutes
STM Podcast #70: David Brendel - Success Mindsets, Breaking Down Cognitive Biases, Building Rapport
David is a psychiatrist, executive coach, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author, and public philosopher living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. On episode 70, we welcome Dr. David Brendel to discuss the significance of slowing down your...
2020-Oct-04 • 85 minutes
STM Podcast #69: A Coach's Rules For Life
On episode 69 Alen and Leon talk about the new Netflix series The Playbook: A Coach’s Rules for Life, exploring the elements of success, including believing in your decisions and sticking to them in difficult periods, developing empathy and...
2020-Sep-20 • 64 minutes
STM Podcast #68: Ian Olasov - Ask a Philosopher
Answers to Your Most Important and Most Unexpected Questions
2020-Sep-13 • 76 minutes
STM Podcast #67: Samir Chopra - How Psychedelics Can Affect Mental Health
On episode 67, we welcome back philosopher Samir Chopra to discuss the recent research on the mental health benefits of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, the history of psychedelic use, the potential harm, our personal psychedelic experiences, how...
2020-Sep-07 • 82 minutes
STM Podcast #66: Liz Dorval - The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Why Incompetent People Think They're Great
On episode 66, we welcome back Liz Dorval to discuss the Dunning-Kruger Effect; social and psychological strategies to mitigate its harm such as fostering the growth mindset, eliminating echo chambers, and teaching how to accept feedback; appealing to...
2020-Aug-31 • 82 minutes
STM Podcast #65: Douglas Edwards - The Philosophy of Pro Wrestling
On episode 65, we welcome philosopher Douglas Edwards to discuss the similarities between the philosophical quest for truth and the search for the behind-the-scenes information about professional wrestling, how story-lines get entangled with reality,...
2020-Aug-24 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #64 Helen De Cruz - The Philosophy of Science and Awe
On episode 64, we welcome philosopher Helen De Cruz to discuss the politicization and polarization of scientific information, the necessity of cultivating awe for an open mind and scientific exploration, creating popular philosophy through fiction and...
2020-Aug-16 • 64 minutes
STM Podcast #63: Alan Levinovitz Discusses Nuance, Flawed Science, the Deception of Natural Products
On episode 63, we welcome author Alan Levinovitz to discuss the ways in which the words natural and unnatural have been used in popular culture, science, and religious ideologies; the importance of admitting and learning from mistakes; demagogy and...
2020-Aug-09 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #62: Sulaiman Jenkins Talks Life is Raw, Napoleon, 2Pac, Outlawz
On episode 62, we welcome back author Sulaiman Jenkins to discuss his new book, Life is Raw: The Story of a Reformed Outlaw, 2Pac’s transition from loving everyone to becoming wary, Napoleon's journey from rags to riches, alcoholism and why people...
2020-Aug-03 • 57 minutes
STM Podcast #61: Armand D'Angour - What Socrates Has to Teach Us About Love
On episode 61, we welcome philosopher Armand D’Angour to discuss the human side of Socrates, his love life and the ancient Greek conception of love, how patriarchal dominance precluded heterosexual romance, our persistent need to idealize great,...
2020-Jul-26 • 73 minutes
STM Podcast #60: David Livingstone Smith - Dehumanization and How to Resist It
On episode 60, we welcome philosopher David Livingstone Smith to discuss the sources and consequences of dehumanization, including its historical manifestations and the psychological needs and drives that foster it; the role that the philosophy of...
2020-Jul-19 • 69 minutes
STM Podcast #59: Samir Chopra - The Philosophy of Anxiety
On episode 59, we welcome philosopher Samir Chopra to discuss the importance and utility of anxiety in self-discovery, how philosophy helped him cope with the untimely deaths of his parents, the influence our beliefs have on our perceptions and...
2020-Jul-12 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #58: Yolanda Danae' - Black Lives Matter, Police Reform, Systemic Racism
On episode 58, we welcome Yolanda Danae’ to discuss the black lives matter movement, the resultant policy changes, the inherent racism in the history and ideology of policing, police reform, and effective strategies for challenging racist beliefs...
2020-Jun-28 • 76 minutes
STM Podcast #57: Kirk Schneider - The Depolarizing of America: A Guidebook for Social Healing
On episode 57, we welcome existential psychologist Kirk Schneider to discuss healthy dialogues among members of the opposite ends of the political spectrum, the need for a US psychology czar, the importance of looking for truths in distorted beliefs,...
2020-Jun-14 • 33 minutes
STM Podcast #56: Eric Adams - Black Lives Matter, Structural Change in Law Enforcement, COVID-19
On episode 56, we welcome Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to discuss the black lives matter movement, creating structural changes in law enforcement, the similarities in the current struggles of different communities, and how to effectively...
2020-Jun-07 • 70 minutes
STM Podcast #55: Liz Dorval - Is it Time for a 4-Day Work Week and to Work From Home?
On episode 55, we welcome back Liz Dorval to discuss the appearance of our work-lives after the pandemic subsides, the benefits of working from home and implementing a universal basic income and the four day work-week, and the downside of “bullshit...
2020-May-31 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #54: How Out-of-the-Box Thinking Can Help You Achieve Your Goals
On episode 54, Alen and Leon discuss the importance of 'out-of-the-box' thinking and carving out incremental time-slots to implementing your goals, focusing on the lessons from the film 'Moneyball', our own journey to becoming podcasters, and...
2020-May-24 • 80 minutes
STM Podcast #53: Glen Sharp - How to Develop Your Authentic Self
On episode 53, we welcome back writer Glen Sharp to discuss what it means to be authentic, the internal and external barriers to becoming your true self, the difference between responsibility and blame, and the psychology of Mike Tyson’s upcoming...
2020-May-17 • 55 minutes
STM Podcast #52: Rachel Atcheson - How to Live a Good Life According to Effective Altruism
On episode 52, we welcome Rachel Atcheson to learn about effective altruism as a philosophy of life, discuss the ways we can improve our health care system, and the strategies and barriers to improving our own health. Rachel Atcheson is the Deputy...
2020-May-10 • 2 minutes
STM Clip: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams on NYC Coronavirus Response: "I'm in the battle with you."
In this clip, Borough President Eric Adams discusses what it's like being on the front lines of the NYC Coronavirus response. We talk about seeing him personally giving out masks and food to people in need all over New York. He wonderfully states, in...
2020-May-07 • 61 minutes
STM Podcast #51: Sulaiman Jenkins - Life is War: Examining the Post-Traumatic Growth of Mutah Beale
On episode 51, we welcome author Sulaiman Jenkins to discuss working on Mutah “Napoleon” Beale’s biography, Life is Raw, overcoming addiction, the elements and sources of post-traumatic growth, and the kinder sides of Mutah and 2Pac. Sulaiman...
2020-Apr-26 • 83 minutes
STM Podcast #50: Scott Barry Kaufman - Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization
On episode 50, we welcome psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman to learn about the steps of personal growth and development, the difference between a healthy ego and narcissism, and focus on the meaning of B-Love, as opposed to selfish love. Scott Barry...
2020-Apr-19 • 86 minutes
STM Podcast #49: Massimo Pigliucci - How to Live a Good Life According to Stoicism
On episode 49, we welcome philosopher Massimo Pigliucci to discuss how we can use Stoic philosophy to improve mental health, learn about the necessity of separating internal and external success, and how we can implement practices to make us feel in...
2020-Apr-12 • 57 minutes
STM Podcast #48: Mutah "Napoleon" Beale - How to Live a Good Life According to Islam
On episode 48, we welcome back Mutah Beale to discuss how Islam helped him overcome past trauma, what it was like being so honest in his upcoming biography, and how his story could help others grow through their own struggles. Mutah Beale, also known...
2020-Apr-05 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #47: John Kaag - How to Live a Good Life According to William James
On episode 47, we welcome philosopher John Kaag to discuss how William James can help us cope with depression and anxiety, form healthier habits, and create meaning through our wills to act, sharing our personal stories of sorrow and alienation. John...
2020-Mar-29 • 65 minutes
STM Podcast #46: Liz Dorval - How Are We Dealing With The Coronavirus?
On episode 46, we welcome back Liz Dorval to discuss our lives in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, the medical facts of the virus and its spread, how its impacted mental health, and ways of helping others act in the best interests of everyone...
2020-Mar-22 • 73 minutes
STM Podcast #45: Hiram Crespo- How to Live a Good Life According to Epicurus
On episode 45, we welcome philosopher Hiram Crespo to discuss the philosophy of Epicurus, using the hedonic calculus to form moral judgments, the importance of friendships for our happiness and growth, and creating a society that factors in the...
2020-Mar-15 • 74 minutes
STM Podcast #44: Daniel A. Kaufman - How to Live a Good Life According to Aristotle
On episode 44, we welcome philosopher Daniel A. Kaufman to discuss the flourishing life according to Aristotle, the limited utility of philosophy and self-help, debate the logic of Stoicism, and discuss the importance of experience and moderation in...
2020-Mar-08 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast #43: Derek McAllister - The History of the Diagnosis & Treatment of Mental Illness
On episode 43, we welcome Derek McAllister to discuss the history of the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, the criticisms of psychiatry and the medical model, the importance of being an active participant in psychotherapy, and the role of...
2020-Mar-01 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #42: Bryan Van Norden - How to Live a Good Life According to Confucius
On episode 42, we welcome philosopher Bryan Van Norden to discuss Confucian ethics; how to commit to and implement righteousness, propriety, benevolence, and wisdom; and how our relationships define who we are. Bryan W. Van Norden (born 1962) is a...
2020-Feb-23 • 78 minutes
STM Podcast #41: Owen Flanagan - How to Live a Good Life According to Buddhism
On episode 41, we welcome philosopher Owen Flanagan to discuss using Buddhist philosophy to reduce suffering, the importance of detaching ourselves from our thoughts for political unity, redefining anger to create more compassion, and how our rigid...
2020-Feb-16 • 74 minutes
STM Podcast #40: Skye Cleary - How to Live a Good Life According to Existentialism
On episode 40, we welcome philosopher Skye Cleary to discuss authentic, romantic love, creating meaning according to existential philosophy, and how to effectively deal with the existential dread that all of us face. The link to her newest book is...
2020-Feb-09 • 56 minutes
STM Podcast #39: Martha Lawton - The Emotional Side of Money
On episode 39, we welcome financial advisor Martha Lawton to discuss the emotional side of our financial choices, the link between mental health and our finances, whether sheer free-will suffices for self-discipline, and the importance of empathizing...
2020-Feb-02 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast #38: Gordon Marino - The Art of Listening: Improving Relationships Through Dialogue
On episode 38, Gordon Marino returns to teach us about the importance of being a good listener, the connection between being heard and self-esteem, how to increase empathy, and why success can’t make us happy. Gordon Marino is a professor of...
2020-Jan-26 • 70 minutes
STM Podcast #37: The Importance of Being Open About Your Mental Health - Yolanda Danae’
On episode 37, we welcome Yolanda Danae’ of The Sassy Rant blog to discuss mental health in the black community, the necessity of reconceptualizing the idea of masculinity, how writing helped her become more vulnerable and self-possessed, and the...
2020-Jan-12 • 65 minutes
STM Podcast #36: Creating Growth Through the Exploration of Your Unconscious Mind - Chris Heath, MD.
On episode 36, we welcome psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Chris Heath to discuss the benefits of psychotherapy; what the unconscious mind is and how it affects our perceptions, choices, and goals; and the meanings behind creativity. Chris Heath, MD is...
2020-Jan-07 • 65 minutes
STM Podcast #35: 2020 New Years Resolutions, Risk Aversion, And Executing On Your Goals
On episode 35, Alen and Leon set New Year’s resolutions, Alen focuses on how he can become a more effective learner and Leon on how he can reduce his fear of vulnerability, strategies on attaining long term goals at the expense of short term...
2019-Dec-29 • 82 minutes
STM Podcast #34: Punching From The Shadows - Glen Sharp
On episode 34, we welcome boxer and writer Glen Sharp to discuss his boxing career, the necessity of fear, developing self-love and resilience by focusing on character instead of outcome, and his relationship with hall of fame boxer Yaqui Lopez,...
2019-Dec-23 • 58 minutes
STM Podcast #33: The Spirituality of Awe - Kirk Schneider
On episode 33, we welcome existential psychotherapist Kirk Schneider to discuss the sources of the major problems facing our culture: avoidance of negative emotions, fear of facing ourselves and the remnants of trauma, our disconnection from the awe...
2019-Dec-15 • 75 minutes
STM Podcast #32: The Trap of Perfectionism: Is it Making Us Sick and How Do We Get Out? - Liz Dorval
On episode 32, we welcome back Liz Dorval to explore the widespread increase in perfectionism, why we believe we need to be perfect to be accepted, how it prevents us from achieving our goals, and what we can do to reduce its harmful affects on our...
2019-Dec-08 • 93 minutes
STM Podcast #31: Challenging Implicit Racist and Sexist Beliefs - Keith Frankish
On episode 31, we welcome back philosopher Keith Frankish to learn about belief formation, how we make decisions, how to form healthier habits, and how we can effectively challenge racist and sexist beliefs. Keith Frankish is a British philosopher...
2019-Dec-01 • 82 minutes
STM Podcast #30: Stressed in the U.S. - Meg Van Deusen, PhD
On episode 30, we welcome clinical psychologist Dr. Meg Van Deusen to discuss the widespread increase in anxiety and tech addiction, how they relate to our relationships with others, and how to reduce loneliness and depression through compassion,...
2019-Nov-20 • 84 minutes
STM Podcast #29: Optimism vs Pessimism
On episode 29, Alen and Leon explore the benefits and downsides of optimistic and pessimistic thinking, how to cultivate healthier thinking patterns, and share their personal story of their podcast journey. Leon Garber is a philosophical writer,...
2019-Nov-10 • 61 minutes
STM Podcast #28: Battling Loneliness in the Age of Social Media - Liz Dorval
On episode 28, we welcome back Liz Dorval to discuss the loneliness epidemic in our social media age. We focus on the influence of social media on narcissistic and selfish behavior, why it’s important for us to listen to others’ opinions, and how...
2019-Nov-04 • 74 minutes
STM Podcast #27: Understanding Neurodiversity in Counseling & Education - Emily Kircher-Morris
On episode 27, we welcome mental health counselor Emily Kircher-Morris to learn about the various characteristics of neurodiversity, the experiences and strengths of individuals labeled as twice-exceptional (2e), and how we can adapt teaching to fit...
2019-Oct-20 • 77 minutes
STM Podcast #26: Mindsets - Is Collaboration Better than Competition?
On episode 26, we welcome our friend Liz Dorval to discuss the difference between competitive and collaborative mindsets, their association to the loneliness epidemic, the stark division in American politics, and how we can learn to achieve both...
2019-Oct-13 • 98 minutes
STM Podcast #25: The Illusion of Consciousness - Keith Frankish
***Links On How To Follow Keith Frankish Can Be Found Below *** On episode 25, we welcome philosopher Keith Frankish to discuss how consciousness is an illusion created by our brains, cognitive biases and how they affect our mental health, and how...
2019-Oct-06 • 51 minutes
STM Podcast #24: Mutah "Napoleon" Beale - Life Of An Outlaw
***Links On How To Follow Napoleon Can Be Found Below *** On episode 24, we welcome hip-hop legend, and former member of 2Pac’s Outlawz, Mutah “Napoleon” Beale to discuss his life in the music industry, the downside and emptiness of fame,...
2019-Oct-01 • 98 minutes
STM Podcast Ep 10: Why Is Love So Hard For Us To Find?
On episode 10, Alen and Leon discuss love and dating in the age of social media. They talk about their personal experiences, the things they did and learned that help them navigate relationships, and how they can be helpful to you. Leon Garber is a...
2019-Oct-01 • 80 minutes
STM Podcast Episode 9: How Can We Overcome Impostor Syndrome?
On episode 9, Alen and Leon discuss Impostor Syndrome and their personal experiences of it. They, additionally, focus on strategies for alleviating it and exploring how reducing it can improve our lives, which includes the ability to have better sex....
2019-Oct-01 • 70 minutes
STM Podcast Ep 7: How Can Divergent Thinking Create Unity In Communities? w/ Jessie Mannisto
On episode 7, Alen and Leon speak with the chief-editor of Third Factor magazine, and former CIA analyst, Jessie Mannisto about the necessity and consequences of divergent thinking, the significance of non-conformity in politics, and how we can use...
2019-Oct-01 • 63 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 6: What Inspires YOU To Overcome Your Fears?
On episode 6, Alen and Leon discuss the people and ideas that have inspired them to overcome their doubts, fears, and perceived limitations. They focus on teaching the audience how to utilize those concepts to live more fulfilling lives. Leon Garber...
2019-Oct-01 • 69 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 3: Overcoming Self-Created Barriers To Success
On episode 3, Alen and Leon explore the various ways we hold ourselves back from achieving our goals, arguing that we are our own worst enemies. Focusing on concepts from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy, and the field...
2019-Oct-01 • 79 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 2: How Does Community Make You Happier Than Selfish Pursuits?
On Episode 2, Alen and Leon discuss sustainable happiness and how to achieve it, focusing on the difference between the ego and the genuine self, selfishness and altruism. They explore ideas from The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life, the...
2019-Sep-30 • 69 minutes
STM Podcast #23: Emmy van Deurzen - Finding Your Way Through Existential Therapy
***Links On How To Follow Emmy's Work Can Be Found Below *** On episode 23, we welcome philosopher and existential psychotherapist Emmy van Deurzen to discuss existential psychotherapy, the importance of feeling connected to the world, finding...
2019-Sep-24 • 60 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 5: Batman and Ethics With Guest Mark D. White
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment/... On episode 5, Alen and Leon speak with Philosopher and Author Mark D. White about his new book, Batman and Ethics. We explore Batman's own ethical system, how it differs from other major...
2019-Sep-22 • 74 minutes
STM Podcast #22: Why Is Depression More Than A Brain Disorder?
***Link to the article discussed at the bottom of the description*** On episode 22, Alen and Leon explore the multiple causes of mental illness, focusing on how psychological factors (the way you see yourself, others, and the world), social factors...
2019-Sep-18 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #21: The Colonization of Intellectual Thought - Dag Herbjornsrud
Follow Dag on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dagherbjornsrud On episode 21, we welcome philosopher Dag Herbjornsrud to learn about the exclusion of marginalized groups in the standard philosophical cannon, the African origins of Christian thought, and...
2019-Sep-08 • 79 minutes
STM Podcast #20: The Paradox Of Accepting Yourself As You Are While Pursuing Growth
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment... On episode 20 of Seize The Moment Podcast, Alen and Leon discuss how to balance accepting yourself as you are while pursuing change through growth; in essence, how to merge self improvement...
2019-Sep-02 • 61 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 4: Becoming Who You Truly Are With Guest William Irwin
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment/... On episode 4, Alen and Leon have Philosopher and Author, William Irwin, on the show to discuss his new book Little Siddhartha, existential philosophy, the significance of empathy and...
2019-Sep-01 • 74 minutes
STM Podcast #19: What If Money Was No Object? - Alan Watts
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment... On episode 19, Alen and Leon ask: What would you do if money were no object? In answering that question, they explore the importance of finding yourself, your passion, your meaning, and joy...
2019-Aug-25 • 56 minutes
STM Podcast #18: How Can Mental Health Blogging Revolutionize Self Expression? - Dennis Relojo-Howell
Check us out @ On episode 18, Alen and Leon welcome the founder of Psychreg.org, Dennis Relojo-Howell, to discuss the importance and benefits of mental health blogging, eliciting empathy and dialogue between conflicting groups, and how to foster grit...
2019-Aug-18 • 70 minutes
STM Podcast #17: A Guide To Becoming The Best Version Of Yourself
Check us out @ Check out Scott Barry Kaufman's article we discussed at: On episode 17, Alen and Leon explore what self-actualization is, why it's important to learn about, and how we can use it to improve our relationships, mental health, and...
2019-Aug-14 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #16: The Transformational Power of Books - Steph Kent
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment... Check out Steph Kent's site @ https://www.callmeishmael.com On episode 16, Alen and Leon welcome Steph Kent to discuss the literary website Call Me Ishmael where she curates anonymous stories...
2019-Aug-04 • 89 minutes
STM Podcast #15: How Can You Form A Healthy Attachment To Your Body Image?
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment... @seizethemomentpodcast on Facebook and Instagram. @seize_podcast on Twitter On episode 15, Alen and Leon discuss the role that body image plays and should play in one’s self-esteem, their...
2019-Aug-04 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast Ep 14: Can Philosophy Teach Us To Overcome Our Negative Emotions? w/ Dr. Gregory Sadler
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethemoment... Follow Dr. Sadler on Twitter @philosopher70 and on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler On episode 14, Alen and Leon welcome philosopher Dr. Gregory Sadler to discuss how we can...
2019-Jul-22 • 89 minutes
STM Podcast Episode 13: Our Love is Disgusting with Guests Ray Kump and Lucie Steiner
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethe... On episode 13, Alen and Leon welcome hosts of the Our Love is Disgusting Podcast, Lucie Steiner and Ray Kump. We talk sex, politics, the importance of civil discourse in debates, how billionaires...
2019-Jul-15 • 79 minutes
STM Podcast Episode 12: Why Do We Often Need To Hit Rock Bottom To Start To Improve Our Lives?
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethe... On episode 12, Alen and Leon explore what makes it so difficult for us to accept our mental health struggles and seek treatment before we hit rock bottom. They also ask how much of our thinking...
2019-Jul-14 • 61 minutes
STM Podcast Episode 11: The Existentialist's Dilemna - How Do We Survive Anxiety? w/ Gordon Marino
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethe... The Existentialist's Survival Guide: How to Live Authentically in an Inauthentic Age https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0722N68PP/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1... Follow @GordonMarino on...
2019-Jul-14 • 58 minutes
STM Podcast Ep 8: How Are Sexism And Misogyny Manifested Today? w/ Jamie Lombardi
Check us out @ https://o4lonlinenetwork.com/seizethe... On episode 8, we invite Professor of Philosophy Jamie Lombardi on to discuss sexism, misogyny, and cruel abortion laws in the context of Kate Manne's book, Down Girl. Additionally, we discuss...
2019-Jul-09 • 42 minutes
Seize The Moment Podcast Episode 1: Accessing The Flow State
STM Podcast Episode 1: Accessing The Flow State