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Author: Yogesh Prabhu

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Welcome to The Program Life Podcast, where we typically talk about mental health, productivity, and other related topics. This podcast aims for my audience, my guests, and myself to learn something new and gain a new perspective in life.
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Our guest on this episode Today is Craig Gray, a Black Belt Instructor with over 35 years of experience in martial arts and defensive tactics. He is also the founder of PeaceWalker.net which is an online curriculum & community for conflict management, leadership, and defensive tactics. This unique approach helps people to clarify & develop a Protectors Lifestyle, which enhances every aspect of your personal and professional life.If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Craig's Website: https://peacewalker.net/main5
Our guest on this episode Today is Lou & Sherri who are known for their highly effective coaching and teaching on the importance of personal growth and how it impacts our Influence as a Leader. They have more than four decades of combined experience in training, coaching, and leadership, and also receiving training and mentoring from well-known and successful coaches and teachers from the likes of Tony Robbins, John Maxwell, and others. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Lou's & Sherri's Website: https://loueverettgroup.com/Download your FREE Action Guide to help identify your Passion, Purpose, Why  👉 https://bit.ly/3zolzAg
Our guest on this episode Today is Donald James who is the author of a book called “Manners will take you where brains and money won't: Wisdom from Momma and 35 years at NASA." Also inspired by the overwhelming reaction to the 1986 space shuttle Challenger tragedy, he decided to make his career at NASA, retiring in 2017. He also mentors students and early-career professionals. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Donald's Website: https://donaldgregoryjames.com
Our guest on this episode Today is Dustin Miller who created the first Modular Degree in the effort of creating a Polymathic education. He even has his own podcast which for you guys that want to check it out, a link will be available in the podcast description. I’m really excited for you guys to listen to this episode because we went over a variety of topics such as philosophy, Ikigai which is the Japanese ideology of happiness, habits & systems, and much more.If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Dustin's Podcast: https://pod.co/polycastDustin's Website: https://polyinnovator.space
Our guest on this episode Today is Jen Cui who is a holistic life coach, she helps empathic individuals fall in love with themselves so they can confidently live life on their own terms. She coaches women through self-doubt, perfectionism, and their fears using her proven methodology, ultimately allowing clients to feel less stress, be more present, satisfied in themselves, and heighten their overall quality of life. Jen is also the host of the Find Your Freedom podcast, which is dedicated to helping people tap into their own intuition and up-level their lives. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Outro Song: Snail's House - if (ujbeats vol.1)
Our guest on this episode Today is Dan Rockwell who is a former entrepreneur, world-renowned speaker, and creator of Leadership Freak, which is the top leadership blog that is Named the #1 Most Socially Shared Leadership Blog on the Internet. In this episode, Dan and I discuss various topics such as Leadership, productivity, and self-confidence. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and also follow the program life Instagram page program_life_ and also my Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Outro Song: Snail's House - if (ujbeats vol.1)
Our guest on this episode Today is Juliana who is an assistant professor at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a behavioral scientist who studies the psychological processes by which people think about the minds of other people. This episode will actually be going over various topics such as productivity and efficacy, social interactions and relationships, and a glimpse into the future and AI and how it will affect our experience of power and decision-making. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03Outro Song: Snail's House - if (ujbeats vol.1)
Our guest on this episode Today is Samuel Gosling, a personality and social psychologist with interests in social perception, cross-species, and trends in psychology. In this episode, Sam and I discuss what snooping means, the different research he has done, and the differences in our personalities in the virtual and personal spaces.If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes, head over to my website as well, which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03; that's enough plugging for me, So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Our guest on this episode today is Jor Gonsalves who is a storyteller and host of the Unshaming podcast. In this episode, I and Jor discuss how to unshame, what triggers shame, important lessons that he has learned over his experience in interviewing guests and ways that shame can help us grow.If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes just head over to my website as well which is programlife.org. Head over and click that subscribe or follow button as well right now on whichever platform you are using to listen to this so that you can be notified of all of the great content that I provide you guys, and also take your time to leave me a rating and review telling me what you liked the most in this episode. You can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03 that's enough plugging for me So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.Link to Jor's Podcast: https://www.unshamingpodcast.com 
The Program Life podcast is where we want our listener's guests and me to learn something new. Every two weeks I bring in a world-class expert on a topic related to productivity or mental health and Our guest on this episode Today is William B. Irvine. Dr. Irvine is a professor of philosophy at Wright State University. The author of seven books, including The Stoic Challenge and A Guide to the Good Life, he has also written for the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Time, and the BBC. In this episode, I and Dr. Irvine discuss discovering your own philosophy of life, selfish desires, altruism, and also some really valuable stoic techniques and principles to follow in this era to help us lead a happier life. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes just head over to programlife.info and you can also sign up for my exclusive email list, you can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03 that's enough plugging for me So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
The Program Life podcast is where we want our listeners guests and myself to learn something new. Every two weeks I bring in a world class expert on a topic related to productivity or mental health and Our guest on this episode Today is Edward Tenner. Edward is an independent writer, speaker and editor who analyzes the cultural aspects of technological change. He is the author of Our Own Devices and Why Things Bite Back. In this episode we discuss about His new book, The Efficiency Paradox: What Big Data Can't Do. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes just head over to programlife.info and you can also sign up for my exclusive email list, you can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03 that's enough plugging for me So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Our guest on this episode Today is Massimo Pigliucci. Massimo Pigliucci is Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York, formerly co-host of the Rationally Speaking Podcast. He is an outspoken critic of pseudoscience and creationism, and an advocate for secularism and science education. He is also the author of his latest book A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living. I'm really excited for you guys to listen to this because in this episode we cover stoicism which is one of my favourite life philosophies and one that I follow and believe in. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes just head over to programlife.info and you can also sign up for my exclusive email list, you can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03 that's enough plugging for me So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Moran Cerf is a French-Israeli neuroscientist, business professor, investor, and former hacker. In his work, Prof. Cerf helps individuals and businesses harness the current knowledge of the brain to improve thinking and understanding of customers and business decisions. He is the founder of Think-Alike and B-Cube and the host and curator of PopTech, one of the top 5 leading conferences in the world. Cerf is also the president and co-founder of the Human Single Neuron society. In this episode, we cover a variety of topics some of which are applications of neuroscience in business, what our future will look like, philosophy, and free will, and we also look into the game Cyberpunk 2077. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes just head over to programlife.info and you can also sign up for my exclusive email list, you can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03 that's enough plugging for me So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Our guest on this episode Today is Dr. Chris Winter. one of the most respected experts on sleep he is a sleep researcher, board-certified neurologist double board-certified sleep specialist and he has helped over more than 10,000 patients rest better at night including countless professional athletes he's also been a consultant to many professional sports teams from the MLB to the NFL NHL and MBA he recently came out with a book called the sleep solution why your sleep is broken and how to fix it. If you want my key takeaways on this episode and the show notes make sure you head over to programlife.info and you can also sign up for my exclusive email list, you can also follow me on Instagram yogeshprabhu2 and Twitter @yogeshprabhu03.
Our guest on this episode Today is Sandra Matz. Sandra is the Associate Professor of Business at Columbia Business School in New York. As a computational social scientist, she studies human behavior and preferences using a combination of Big Data analytics and traditional experimental methods. Her research aims at understanding how psychological characteristics influence real-life outcomes in a number of business-related domains with the goal of helping businesses and individuals to make better decisions. This is a 2 part episode where you are listening to the second part and we will be discussing about life and happiness, do go check out and listen to the first part if you haven't already where we discussed about psychological targeting and AI. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Our guest on this episode Today is Sandra Matz. Sandra is the Associate Professor of Business at Columbia Business School in New York. As a computational social scientist, she studies human behavior and preferences using a combination of Big Data analytics and traditional experimental methods. Her research aims at understanding how psychological characteristics influence real-life outcomes in a number of business-related domains with the goal of helping businesses and individuals to make better decisions. This is a 2 part episode where you are listening to the first part and we will be discussing about psychological targeting and AI, in the second part we will be discussing about life and happiness. 
Robin Dale Hanson is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University and a research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. In this episode, Yogesh will be discussing with him about his book "The Elephant in The Brain" where he shares how he formulated his theories and elaborates on why we are all intrinsically selfish. 
Dr. Judith Grisel is a professor of Psychology at Bucknell University. She has a special interest in addiction and is a behavioral neuroscientist. In this episode, Yogesh will be discussing with Judith about her book “Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction” where she shares her personal experience of overcoming addiction as well as her passion for research into the neuroscience of addiction.
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