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Autor: Daniel Karim

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Hi! Welcome to The Psychology Podcast hosted by me, Daniel Karim.
In the Psychology Podcasts, I interview extraordinary people and pick their brains.
I portray people who have an inspiring story to share that will help you to live a rich life yourself.
The main focus of my interest is the psychology of a*s kicking.
The goal is it to investigate and deconstruct happiness and success and explore what it takes to evolve as a person.
This includes their favorite books, morning routines, exercise habits, trade secrets, biohacks, and their ideas of happiness and success.
Thanks for listening and enjoy The psychology podcast.
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The 23rd episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Australian Behaviorist, Self-Help Author and Psychotherapist Claudia Soul. What is this episode about? What to do when a relationship falls apart How to move on after a meaningful relationship How to unlove someone What successful couples have in common How to escape the runner chaser dynamic How to stop messing up your own relationships
The 22nd episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features therapist, pioneer, and serial author Robert Taibbi. What is this episode about? - What he learned from 46 years of helping people to help themselves - How to repair a broken relationship - How to overcome a break-up - How to find out if your partner is the right one - Overcoming childhood trauma - How to escape the runner chaser dynamic - How to stop messing up your own relationships
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Dr. Aziza Yaser

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Why I Wanted To Learn From Dr. Aziza Yaser One of the most fun parts of my life is to go online and to connect with people who also want to help individuals to live more meaningful lives - this is precisely how I stumbled over the work of Dr. Aziza Yaser on Instagram. Yes, ladies and gents - Instagram can also be used productively. I was scrolling through mental health hashtags while I suddenly found a young but very talented mental health expert who just happened to come from a country I've never been to - Bahrain. After devouring most of her beautifully written poetic mental health posts I've reached out to her and asked her: What's it like to be a therapist in the middle east? That question was the beginning of a curative online friendship between two people who love to bring out the best in others. What is this episode about? - What it's like to be a psychotherapist in the middle east - Her journey from dentist to psychotherapist - What love not is - Relationship red flags - Overcoming trauma - Secrets to a happy and rich life
The 20th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features relationship specialist Simon Pelland. What is this episode about? -How to recover from a break-up  -Attachment styles within relationships  -How to escape the Chaser - Runner dynamic -His secrets for having a fulfilled relationship  -His most painful romantic failures  -How to unlove someone   -The commonalities of successful and unsuccessful couples
The 19th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Jeff Kreisler a former Princeton lawyer, best selling author, price winning comedian, and advocate for behavioral science
The 18th episode of The Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features the world-leading shopping psychology expert Siemon Scamell-Katz and author of the bestseller The Art of Shopping.  Why Did I Want To Learn From Siemon Scamell-Katz? I reached out to Siemon Scamell-Katz shortly after I created my first product - Planniness, a journal that was designed to help people live more balanced and stressfree lives.  My team and I put a great deal of effort into the invention of this behavior technology and we were excited to get feedback from customers so that we could create an even better journal out of it, so we uploaded it to amazon and waited... and waited... and waited.  After one entire month, we had one sale, and that sale came from my mother( shout out to you mom for always believing in me x). That month taught me something - no matter how good the product, people need to learn that it exists.  I knew that in order to help people to change their behavior at the scale I first need to understand how to reach them.  Being the lazy bastard that I am, I reached out to one of the foremost authorities in the field of shopping psychology in order to understand why people buy stuff.  Why learn everything yourself if you can just ask people who already have the answer to your problem right!?🤷🏻‍♂️ That expert was Siemon Scamell-Katz, the author of the bestseller - The Art of shopping. Siemon was one of the very first practitioners of shopper research, being the first in the world to conduct eye-tracking in-store, to research shopper behavior in Virtual Reality, and to conduct shopper marketing fMRI and eye-tracking studies. This man isn't an expert, he is a pioneer who invested decades of his life into observing us, filming us, and tracking our eye movements in order to predict when people buy. Whether you are a producer who sells stuff or a customer who buys stuff, the information that Siemon collected is pure gold and this Podcast is a must-listen. What Is This Episode About?  -How to get people to buy stuff -Siemons journey of success -His pioneering work in consumer psychology  -His early entrepreneurial pursuits  -How to create a bestselling book  -Why most marketing is a waste of money  -Why Supermarkets make the life of customers miserable  -The power of environment and placement
The 17th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Dr. Donald Berwick the former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The 16th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features the world-famous behavior designer Nir Eyal, author of the international bestselling book Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life.
The 15th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Jay Papasan, vice president of Keller Williams and co-author of the international bestseller The One Thing.
The 14th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Dr. Anne Thorndike, Harvard's associate professor for medicine and a world-leading expert in the field of behavioral economics. Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Anne Thorndike I first stumbled over Dr. Thorndike's work when I was reading Atomic Habits by James Clear, in his book Clear uses a study that Dr. Thorndike and her colleagues conducted which is called "Choice architecture", an intervention where Dr. Thorndike and her colleagues succeeded in changing the habits of thousands of people without boosting their willpower or motivation at all. I reached out to Dr. Thorndike because I wanted to learn about her journey of becoming and discuss with her how we as a society can work together to design for positive behavioral change. What is this episode about Choice Architecture How we can promote healthy habits How to quit smoking How Dr. Anne Thorndike designs her environment for success What's it's like to teach at Harvard The price for excellence Her ideas on happiness and success
Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Susan Weinschenk One thing that tech companies like Facebook, Netflix and Amazon all have in common is that they understand how to get people to do stuff.  We check our messages compulsively, watch more videos than we intended and buy things we don't really need. But how does sillicon valley succeed in the manner in which they do? To understand this question I reached out to Dr. Susan Weinschenk, a world-leading expert in the field of behavior psychology.  Dr. Weinschenk has authored many popular and insightful books on the subject of psychology and is consulting Fortune 1000 companies with her behavioral expertise.  What's the episode about?  How to surf motivational waves How to get people to do stuff How companies like Apple use the "crack" Strategy to convert new customers How to get people to do something new Her book “How to get people to do stuff” Her Take on happiness and success
Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Art Markman  One of the big questions that fascinate me at the moment is: Why is behavior change so hard and what can we do about it?  Dr. Art Markman knows a thing or two about this problem, he is a Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, has written numerous books and is by all means one of the foremost authorities in the field of cognitive psychology and habit formation. What do we talk about  Why behavior change is hard and what we can do about it His take on habit formation His take on happiness and success How to find Your Passion  The story behind his collaboration with Dr. Phil His new book "Bring Your Brain to Work"
Why I wanted to learn from Scott Young I stumbled over Scott Young when I was doing research for my upcoming book “The Behavior Architect”, at that time I made it my mission to read all “habit” books that I could get my hands on talk to the authors and share my learnings with you guys. Scott Young by that time already published several articles about habit formation and wrote the book “How To Change A Habit” that I found tremendously helpful. One of the reasons why I started The Psychology Podcast was because I wanted to motivate people to discover learning as their superpower. Scott Young already did that, so I reached out to him in order to ask him how he did it. Scott Young is always in learning mode and over the course of his career as an educational entrepreneur has helped thousands of people to find strategies to learn better. What is this episode about? Scott Young's view on happiness and success How he became the person that he is today The motivation behind his MIT Challenge Tips on how to learn better Advice for starting entrepreneurs His favorite language learning tools Scott Young by that time already published several articles about habit formation and wrote the book "How To Change A Habit" that I found tremendously helpful. One of the reasons why I started The Psychology Podcast was because I wanted to motivate people to discover learning as their superpower. Scott Young already did that, so I reached out to him in order to ask him how he did it. Scott Young is always in learning mode and over the course of his career as an educational entrepreneur has helped thousands of people to find strategies to learn better. Who is Scott Young? Scott Young is a lifelong learner and online entrepreneur who runs the business ScottHYoung.com where he tries to answer the question: “What’s the best way to learn?” through free articles, and a series of books and courses. In a world of limitless access to information, it’s become possible for all of us to direct our own learning like never before. And Scott is a great example of someone doing this – taking on ambitious ultra learning projects which include: The MIT Challenge, where he successfully learned MIT’s 4-year computer science curriculum in a year without taking classes The Year Without English, where he travelled the world with a friend to learn four languages in a year – Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin and Korean.
One of the reasons why I created The Psychology Podcast was because I wanted to learn personally from the best psychologists in the world and share my discoveries directly with you. Dr. Carolyn Rubenstein knows a thing or two about being the best, she graduated summa cum laude from Duke University and received her M.A in Psychology from Harvard University.  Attending Harvard University is still on my dream bucket list, and I was curious what it feels like to study in the William James Hall in Cambridge, so I reached out to Dr. Rubenstein and asked her.
Hi! Welcome to the Psychology Podcast hosted by me, Daniel Karim. In my Podcast, I portray people who have an inspiring story to share that will help you to live a rich life yourself. The goal is it to investigate and deconstruct happiness and success and explore what it takes to evolve as a person and kick a*s in life.
Advice From a Master Therapist Who is Jeffrey Kottler? Jeffrey A. Kottler is one of the foremost authorities and prolific writers in the fields of counseling, psychology, advocacy, and education. He is the best-selling author of more than 100 nonfiction books that address a wide range of subjects including personal development, group leadership, professional development of psychotherapists and teachers, social justice, and a variety of contemporary issues related to helping and healing, leadership, creativity, and personal meaning-making. His books have been translated into more than two dozen languages and include a New York Times bestseller and a few that have been produced as feature films. Jeffrey is Clinical Professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas. He is also Professor Emeritus at California State University, Fullerton. He is the Founder of Empower Nepali Girls, an organization that supports and mentors at-risk girls and leads service projects to assist the needs of refugees and other marginalized groups around the world. For more of Jeffrey: https://www.jeffreykottler.com/ For more interviews and articles: Blog: www.Danielkarim.com Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/podcast/grow-podcast/id1400864082 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daniel__karim/ Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/Daniel-Karim-2049090075324174 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC56z Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanielKarimPsy LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-karim-219621162/
The Psychology of Contemporary Dance Who is Maria Löfskog? Maria Löfskog is a dancer that grew up in the mountains of Sweden. She decided to pursue her own path through life to accomplish her dreams that were considered very far away from the safe village in the middle of nowhere that she was from. Maria grew up in a family where there was always a competitive love for sports and also for dancing. This passion or dancing was very early installed into her mind, and this allowed her to go against actively pursue her dreams of becoming a dancer.  Dancing has held a special place in her heart ever since. Marias dancing style is provocative and aims at making people think about themselves and about their surrounding.  Maria loves to emphasize the importance of asking questions. Her work is a manifestation of this philosophy. While other dancers entertain you, Maria Löfskog will challenge you to not only think one step outside of the box but ten. Why I wanted to interview Maria Löfskog I wanted to interview Maria Löfskog for The Psychology Podcast because I was curious about what dancing can give a person in regards to happiness, fulfillment, and purpose.  One thing that I'm fascinated by and one thing that I still have my fair share of battles with is depression and anxiety. Depression is also a phenomenon of movement. Or to be more precise, a lack of it.  It's almost as if you can describe happiness episodes as physical states of agitation. The worst state is depression, it equals the physical state of freezing. You can't get out of bed anymore, your thoughts all revolve around the same unsolvable issues over and over again.  Dancing is one the other side of the spectrum, it's almost like flying. In order to measure happiness, psychologist use the Hamilton rating scale. It basically means how shitty you are feeling.  21 is rock bottom suicidality, 1 is dancing in joyful excitement.  I wanted to interview Maria Löfskog because I was curious if contemporary dance was making her happier.  What I found was much more than I hoped for: A powerful ingredient for the recipe of happiness which is contemporary dance.  Where can I listen to this episode? ITUNES SPOTIFY STITCHER Google Radiopublic  Castbox player.fm  Listen Notes InstagramTv  Youtube What is this episode about? • Her first 60 minutes of the day • Why she became a dancer • What happiness is for her • Her advice to an aspiring dancer • Favorite / least favorite words and noises • Three success tips that have helped her • The book she has recommended most often • The life slogan she would put on every coffee mug in the world • What her childhood was like • What it feels like to evoke emotions in people • What she would love to see standing at the gates of heaven Want to follow Maria Löfskog? Instagram, Facebook As always thank you for listening! Drop a comment and let me know what your biggest take away was!
Who is Mona Mandouri? In her own words: "Hi, I am Mona. Most people need a name for an introduction-maybe because they’re too lazy to make one up themselves? I write. I always wrote. I made up bedtime stories until my mom fell asleep. I freestyled about things I have seen and fell in love with during the day. Most of the times I sung them for hours on the toilet. Wich, I still love to do because the acoustic in bathrooms make you sound so lovely. I was too scared to do art. It always looked like a crucial, beautiful dangerous draining solution for everything. Like heroin. That’s how I felt about it. So I went into the creative industry. I became a copywriter-for all sorts of clients around the world during the day hours. I don’t know much about hours. Here I discovered that I always was a writer. And that I have found my purpose a long time ago without noticing. So every now and then, in the other hours, I started to read out my poetry. Every now and then I’ll be part of an art project, installation, design concept, songwriting, video shoot and so on.  And I love it. Constantly willing and devoted to express myself for me or for others. And the need to be closer than physically close. Wanting to be in your head and heart close, I guess makes me the writer and person that I am. And I love roses for various reasons. Is that enough information ?" What's the Podcast about? • Her first 60 minutes of the day • Why she became a writer • What happiness is for her • Her advice to aspiring writers • Favorite / least favorite words and noises • Three success tips that have helped him • The book she has recommended most often • The life slogan she would put on every coffee mug in the world • What she would love to see standing at the gates of heaven
Who is Matthias Van Hove? Matthias is an aerospace engineer and holds an MBA degree from Collège des Ingénieurs. He has started his a career at Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, where he currently works as customer manager. Matthias delivers new A320 Family aircraft to global players in the airline and aircraft leasing markets. He strives to bring customer value to the heart of his ambition while protecting on-time and on-quality aircraft deliveries. Matthias smells jet fuel and sees aircraft rocket into the sky every single day. However, he personally prefers to keep his feet on the ground and keeps an eye onto not feeling too self-important. Instead he feels privileged and grateful for the team of people he is working with on a daily basis. Matthias promotes an inclusive, empowering and rewarding leadership style. Matthias was born in Luxembourg and currently lives in Hamburg, Germany. He strongly believes in the European concept. Matthias is convinced that Europe unites a unique and diverse blend of cultures, talents and businesses that puts Europe in a pole position for growth and innovation – while maintaining the guiding principles of its founders: unity and solidarity. Matthias is a passionate investor and he’s always willing to debate stock market opportunities. While he fancies nerdy programming techniques, he’s also into learning languages (six so far). Matthias will never say no to a competitive game of Basketball and he will continue buying quite some concert tickets to see the rising stars of the Blues, Funk and Soul universe perform. What is this episode about? What his first 60 minutes of the day look like What his nutritional philosophy looks like How he ended up selling airplanes for Airbus. What he bases his job choices on. How to be a leader. What his perfect day would look like. The importance of surrounding yourself with the right people What true success is about. HIs recipe for disaster. What Matthias wanted to be when he was 16 years old. His Management Hacks. His number one rule for young entrepreneurs. What his favorite word is What his least favorite word is What noise he loves What noise he hates What his three success tips are The book he has recommended more often What life slogan he would put on every coffee mug in the world What he would love to see when he would stand at the gates of heaven
Who is James Whittaker? James Whittaker enjoyed a successful 10-year career in financial planning, before starting his own entrepreneurial journey. Today, James draws on his diverse experience to help people reach their potential in all areas of their lives. James has been featured extensively in television, print and digital media around the world, including The Today Show, Entrepreneur, Money Magazine and The Sydney Morning Herald. He has also appeared on 100+ podcast and radio shows, and spoken to audiences of 2,000+ people. He is the author of bestselling personal finance and motivation book The Beginner’s Guide to Wealth, named book of the month by Money magazine for March 2010. His second book Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy was released in 2018 as the official companion to the multimillion-dollar film based on Napoleon Hill’s timeless classic. James is also a proud co-executive producer of the film. Obsessed with what separates ordinary people from extraordinary achievers, James has interviewed more than 100 of the world’s most revered entrepreneurs, business icons and athletes to unlock their secrets to success, including venture capitalist and television personality Barbara Corcoran, property and sales expert Grant Cardone, and skateboarder turned business mogul Rob Dyrdek. With a diverse entrepreneurial background, James has launched successful companies and products across a range of industries including health/fitness, film, activewear, social media, and publishing. He is in demand internationally as a keynote speaker and is a frequent guest in media and on podcast shows. James’ tertiary qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in English & Writing), a Bachelor of Business Management (majoring in Marketing & Real Estate), and an Advanced Diploma of Financial Services. He also completed an MBA at Hult International Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, and during this time he was the principal organizer, MC and mentor for numerous high-profile entrepreneurship events. Aside from business interests, James enjoys writing, reading, traveling, surfing, snow skiing and keeping fit/healthy. He is most passionate about helping people take ownership of their financial, physical and mental health.
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