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Author: Billy Brown & Dr. Paul "Paulie" Gavoni

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Change can come into our lives as a result of a crisis, as a result of choice, or just by chance. When it happens, we are all faced with having to make a choice…and that is, do we change or not, and how do we do it? Board Certified Behavior Analysts Billy Brown and Dr. Paulie Gavoni, best-selling author and coach of MMA champions, are behavior scientists who are excited to have the opportunity to interview successful professionals from across industries. During their discussions you will learn real world actionable strategies along with some of the underlying behavior principles rooted in the science of human behavior and the 5 Laws of Life & Leadership that will help you to successfully adapt and overcome even your biggest challenges to achieve lasting and meaningful outcomes. So buckle up, sit back, and enjoy! Please join us on our mission to spread the practical application of the science of human behavior for helping people across the world by subscribing to our Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel and checking out the best selling book, Behavioral Karma: The 5 Scientific Laws of Life & Leadership, now available on Audible.
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On this episode we have a great conversation with Dr. Nichole Powell and Dr. Jonathan Kimball about how they use the science of human behavior to increase the likelihood people will make choices that are friendly to the environment. They share with us some great stories of how they've applied this to conferences and daily life as well as some ideas on how to improve the spread of these strategies. Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode, Paulie chats with Jose Rios about his stories of how he found the field and the work he has done since. Jose has been in the field of human behavior since the 70's. Jose has a passion for cultivating diversity. He explains the struggles and successes he has had trying to cultivate diversity within the field of ABA.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode Paulie and Billy talk with Rob Scalise about his approach to business consultation. Rob use the science of human behavior to help create change and innovation within organizations. Rob tells us about how he has learned to communicate with business leaders, implement strategies in companies, and how he handles conflict in the consultation process. If you are interested in a real world look at OBM this episode is for you.For more information on Rob's Business Villiv click the link below:https://www.villiv.org/Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
In this episode we discuss the 5th Scientific  Law of Life & Leadership, pay for performance. Pay for performance is the practice of reinforcing the behaviors that are being targeted for increase. We talk about some ways to identify reinforcers as well as know what might not actually be a reinforcer. Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
In this episode, Billy and Paulie have an authentic and fun conversation with Dr. Matthew Brodhead on a wide range of topics from consulting in education to improving the field of Behavior Analysis.  Dr. Brodhead is just the type of Behavior Analyst we like to see in the field!Dr. Brodhead's CV evoked "CV Envy" in us!  If you would like to review some great research, he is very well published.  Make sure you follow him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-brodhead-ph-d-bcba-d-a6590529/Also, check out some of his books.  We are looking forward to reading his Workbook in Behavioral Systems Analysis and Ethical Behavior!A Workbook in Behavioral Systems Analysis and Ethical Behavior: https://betteraba.com/product/a-workbook-in-behavioral-systems-analysis-and-ethical-behavior/Practical Ethics for Effective Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder: https://www.elsevier.com/books/practical-ethics-for-effective-treatment-of-autism-spectrum-disorder/brodhead/978-0-12-814098-7 Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
Feedback is a scary term! A lot of people struggle with receiving feedback while on the other side of the exchange the person giving feedback may be struggling to give it. In this episode Paulie and Billy explore the art and behavior science of both giving and receiving feedback. The two take a deep dive into strategies to more effectively deliver feedback to others, how to take feedback with the intent to learn from it, and solicit feedback when needed. Let us know some of your favorite strategies or share some stories of times you've received feedback both good and bad!  If you haven't already, make sure you pick up a copy of the best selling The 5 Scientific Laws of Life & Leadership: Behavioral Karma. Available on Amazon. Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode we talk with Dr. Eduardo Fernandez. Dr. Eduardo shares stories from the work he has done with animals in many settings including zoos. Dr. Eduardo talks about creating systems and interventions to better the lives of the animals he works with. For anyone looking to get a peak into the world of ABA as applied specifically to animals this is a great jumping off point.If you'd like to connect with Dr. Fernandez or find out more about his work, check out he links below:ResearchGate - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eduardo-Fernandez-27Academia - https://adelaide.academia.edu/EduardoFernandezFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/ejfernandez/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/EduardoJFernandezTwitter - https://www.twitter.com/DrEddieFernInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/dreddiefern/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/eduardojfernandez/Adelaide lab - https://www.abwal.com/Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
In this episode we discuss the 3rd Scientific  Law of Life & Leadership, Self-monitoring and report out. This process is unique and takes advantage of the simple act of measuring one’s own pinpointed behavior which can change the frequency of that behavior. It is powerful because it promotes awareness of whether pinpointed behavior is occurring and creates further motivation through the accountability associated with reporting out to a valued individual. We also discuss how to use self-monitoring to improve mental/behavioral health!Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
Jason Stonehouse joins us to talk about some of his methods to help coach individuals through their career related stress and anxiety. Now more than ever people are facing job related stress and anxiety. Check out this episode for some tips on how to address and overcome that!Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode we have a lot of fun with veteran Behavior Analyst and author, Steve Ward, about the importance of making learning fun. Steve shares some stories and tips on how to make learning fun.Steve has published a number of books related to teaching and increasing the motivation of students.  Check this one our and more!https://www.amazon.com/About-Motivation-Teaching-Games-Depth/dp/0557026482/ref=msx_wsirn_v1_2/147-9805157-4959664?pd_rd_w=bsDsp&pf_rd_p=3ffa06f1-cdf6-436b-8c26-9bc628958e96&pf_rd_r=9Q54J8K2QVTC1ZYBZTXY&pd_rd_r=eee3690c-3302-4c40-8b77-cadb28abc711&pd_rd_wg=lFlaO&pd_rd_i=0557026482&psc=1Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode Paulie and Billy explore the philosophies that inspired the podcast. This is the second part in a 5 part series that covers the 5 laws outlined in the Behavior Karma book. This episode focuses on law #2,  Goal Setting. Goal Setting is crucial to motivating individuals to engage in behaviors that lead to accomplishments. Paulie and Billy break down why this is so important!Check out this episode to get a peek into the 5 laws and be on the lookout for the soon to be released updates edition on Amazon and other book retailers. Pre-orders are available now!https://lnkd.in/eMEgHjEXCheck out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.Brett DiNovi International (BDI) The world's largest disseminator of user-friendly science.
On this episode Paulie and Billy explore the philosophies that inspired the podcast. This is the first part in a 5 part series that covers the 5 laws outlined in the Behavior Karma book. This episode focuses on law #1,  pinpointing. Pinpointing is a crucial step for whether your looking to address an issue, avoid a potential issue, or want to be set yourself up for success when beginning something new. Check out this episode to get a peek into the 5 laws and be on the lookout for the soon to be released updates edition on Amazon and other book retailers. Pre-orders are available now!https://lnkd.in/eMEgHjEXCheck out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode we had the pleasure of talking with Jackie Kallen. Jackie is one of boxing's first and most successful female managers. Her life was the inspiration for the 2004 film Against the Ropes, starring Meg Ryan. Before boxing she was a journalist who interviewed many celebrities including Elvis and Frank Sinatra. She shares the lessons she has learned over her career regarding overcoming adversity as one of the first females in her field, how to get the best out of people around you, and how to know when it's time to analyze your inner circle.  Jackie is an AMAZING and accomplished human being.  You definitely do not want to miss this episode!Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode we talk with Dr. Henry (Hank) Schlinger. We talk about his history in the field, our issues disseminating outside of the field, and some ideas on how to improve the methods we use to teach people outside the field.  We also had a chance to discuss his new book, How to Build Good Behavior and Self-esteem in Children.   This is a great book for parents and for those teaching or applying behavior analysis.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/BUILD-GOOD-BEHAVIOR-SELF-ESTEEM-CHILDREN/dp/B097SJKQCH/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&qid=1629805135&refinements=p_27%3AHenry+D.+Schlinger&s=books&sr=1-2By the way, Dr. Schlinger is also an accomplished musician!  If you are interested check him out on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/5Xd6VNhSQbFeN9wOEWtWn5 or Apple https://music.apple.com/us/album/one-more-invention/278028430Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode Paulie and Billy talk with Dr. Shannon Shea, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA. Dr. Shea shares her knowledge of various psychiatric disorders. Specifically, we focus on narcissistic and borderline personality disorders. Dr. Shea helps us navigate hypothetical situations that likely anyone could relate to. If you are interested in hearing effective strategies for interacting with narcissist or learning about the disorder this episode is for you.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode we interview Patrick Brooks.  Patrick shares his stories about finding his path through life. His willingness to pivot and follow his passions led him through a storied journey from a career in music to international education to humanitarian work. Get to know Patrick and his amazing work on this episode of the Behavioral Karma Podcast.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On this episode Paulie and Billy get the opportunity to interview Keith Green. Keith is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to public relations and marketing. He explains how individuals and companies can improve, maintain, and build their brand. In addition we talk about Keith's work to increase the awareness of fields that support those on the autism spectrum.If you're interested in learning about the organization Keith talks about in the episode, check out: autismmvp.orgCheck out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
In this special episode Billy and Paulie celebrate 1 year of podcasting by having a lighter conversation where the two interview each other, share some stories, and a ton of laughs. Get to know the hosts with this episode and let us know your thoughts on what can do more, less, or differently. Thank you so much for listening we are so appreciative of the community that follows the podcast!Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
In this episode Billy and Paulie talk with Dr. Linda LeBlanc, current editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Linda explains how she has used systems throughout her career to improve, teach, and optimize everything from individual  to organizations outcomes. We also talk about her book about improving your supervision. If you are interested in her book co-authored by Tyra P. Sellers and Shahla Ala'i  follow the link below.Building and Sustaining Meaningful and Effective Relationships as a Supervisor and MentorCheck out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
On Today's episode, Billy got the chance to speak with Melanie Parish about the struggles new leaders have and how they can overcome them. She is an author, public speaker, host of The Experimental Leader Podcast, founder of Experimental Leader Academy, and Master Certified Coach. An expert in problem-solving, constraints management, operations, strategic hiring, and brand development. Melanie has consulted and coached organizations ranging from a Fortune 50 company to IT start-ups. Her individual clients include those in FAANG and other top global IT companies. As an author, educator, and creator of The Experimental Leader book, Melanie shows people new ways of thinking about their leadership, informed by her understanding of the fast-paced ride of technology innovation. She is based in Dundas, Ontario and Las Cruces, New Mexico.Check out the Behavioral Karma YouTube Channel for tips on using the practical application of the science of human behavior for making a positive difference personally and professionally.
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