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Are you, or anyone you know suffering from severe lower back pain?  If the answer is yes to any of that, you'll want to hear this episode.  I reached out internationally to talk to Colin MacGregor from the U.K.  Colin has over 25 years of experience in the strength and rehabilitation industry and has helped hundreds reduce their chronic lower back pain/sciatica and return to a life of normality.  He designed a 21 day program designed to help those in pain begin to recover quickly without surgery.This episode focuses on Colin's program and how to begin to recover from such debilitating pain naturally.If you would like to learn more about Colin and his program, please visit https://www.bashbackpain.com
Are you, or anyone you know suffering from severe lower back pain?  If the answer is yes to any of that, you'll want to hear this episode.  I reached out internationally to talk to Colin MacGregor from the U.K.  Colin has over 25 years of experience in the strength and rehabilitation industry and has helped hundreds reduce their chronic lower back pain/sciatica and return to a life of normality.  He designed a 21 day program designed to help those in pain begin to recover quickly without surgery.This episode focuses on Colin's own story of his past struggles with a lower back disc herniation and the resulting sciatica that followed and how he overcame this to find a normal, pain-free life once more.  Part 2, next week, will focus on Colin's program and how to begin to recover from such debilitating pain naturally.If you would like to learn more about Colin and his program, please visit https://www.bashbackpain.com
Last month, President Biden issued a pardon for marijuana convictions at the federal level.  In the immediate wake of the midterm elections, I felt this a great time to revisit this stunning development and have an honest conversation about it with others who might not see things the same as I.  No doubt this helped to create the environment for such a hotly contested midterm election landscape.
Diversity in casting in movies and television has become quite the hot button topic over the past few years.  The subject has been given new life amid the controversies surrounding the live-action, Little Mermaid movie and the Lord of the Rings series on Amazon.  Today I'm talking with Tyler and DJ about why this has become such a talking point in society lately and share our opinions.
Today's episode is the second and final part of my conversation with Tyler and DJ from the Pours & Pixels Podcast.  We had a very raw, honest conversation about video games in 2022, what games had the greatest impact on the industry over the past 25 years and what trend represents the greatest challenge to players today.
For this episode, I sat down with old friends of the show Tyler Carrigan and Aaron DesJardins to talk about their podcast they recently started called Pours & Pixels.  In it they're having unscripted conversations with not just industry heavyweights such those behind Fallout 76 or Halo Infinite, but Indie Developers as well.  They're already beginning to make waves in the industry, it's quite impressive.  Pours & Pixels can be found wherever you listen to podcasts.
For today's episode, I reached out to Rome, Italy to talk to Barbara Sbrocca.  Barbara is the creator of the "Baci Sospesi" international art project.  It is a sculpture and audio-portraits concept about the human transformative moments that come from love, separation and other experiences in our romantic relationships.A former director in the world of advertising, Barbara later became a prominent artist, whose work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows as well as being featured in prestigious Italian art magazines, such as Inside Art and Sofa.To learn more about Barbara and other international projects she is undertaking, please visit, https://sbrocca.com
For the first episode of the new season, I sat down with Jackie Fowler-Lewis.  Jackie was in the foster care system until he was 16 years old.  His foster mother was told he'd end up in jail or dead.  Fast forward to today, Jackie donates his time as a public speaker and writer helping at-risk youths break the cycles they may come from and grow and find success.  He has raised over $27,000 for charity, has a family whom he's devoted, and has 4 books to his name.If you would like to learn more about Jackie, please visit:https://thejackielewis.com
The Narragansett Tribal Farm is a major initiative of the Narragansett Indian Tribe and is poised to provide substantial benefits not only to the rest of the tribe, but to much of the local Rhode Island community as well.  Steve Smith is the primary point of contact for the fast-growing farm and we talked about some of these benefits, as well as a little of the history of the farm and what the future holds.
This is the conclusion of my conversation with Emilee Mae.  Emilee is a writer, editor and yoga instructor based out of Central Minnesota.  She is Editor-in-Chief of a lifestyle magazine called Lake Country Journal and will publish her first narrative nonfiction book later this year about traveling solo, mental health and navigating her twenties.  Emilee is also the co-owner of an apparel brand, Outfit My Life, an outdoor brand of which proceeds from its sales go to mental health initiatives.Emilee is very active in providing support and inspiration to others, whether through her writing or boots on ground assistance to those who really need it, both nationally and internationally.Blog: writerlyfe.comMagazine: lakecountryjournal.comBusiness: outfitmylife.com
For today's episode I sat down with Emilee Mae.  Emilee is a writer, editor and yoga instructor based out of Central Minnesota.  She is Editor-in-Chief of a lifestyle magazine called Lake Country Journal and will publish her first narrative nonfiction book later this year about traveling solo, mental health and navigating her twenties.  Emilee is also the co-owner of an apparel brand, Outfit My Life, an outdoor brand of which proceeds from its sales go to mental health initiatives.Emilee is very active in providing support and inspiration to others, whether through her writing or boots on ground assistance to those who really need it, both nationally and internationally.
For today's episode, I talked to Transformative Life-Coach, Christy Simmons.  Christy has faced certain challenges in her life that many of us would hope to never have to deal with.  She grew from the pain of these traumatic experiences and eventually changed her whole outlook on life.  She is now a Transformative Life-Coach and Motivational Speaker.  She devotes much of her time to helping others and owns her own business.  Take a few minutes to hear her story.
For today's episode I am joined again by Professor Gobeille to talk more things physics.  This time we're covering nuclear energy.  Is it safe?  Is it dangerous?  If a nuclear power plant were attacked with conventional weapons, would we be safe?  Also, what is radiation?  What is nuclear radiation?  These terms tend to evoke fear from many and I think it's time we clear the air about what these things are and what they are not.
In 1859 the planet was struck by a concentrated blast of charged particles from our Sun.  It affected our world like a giant EMP.  It became known as the Carrington Event.  I sat down with Professor Douglas Gobeille of the University of Rhode Island to find out more about this phenomenon.  A noted Physicist, Prof. Gobeille helped shed some light into this.  How exactly did this occur?  How did it affect us back then?  And most importantly, could it happen again and how would it affect our world today if it did?
Ukraine Conversation

Ukraine Conversation

2022-03-2025:13

For today's episode I'm talking the Russian invasion of Ukraine with returning guest, Tyler C.  Tyler often does not have the same opinion as I do which I feel makes the episodes more interesting and inciteful.  Conversations like this are why I made the podcast.  To be able to share our honest opinions on heavy topics like this without rudeness or judgement.  It's been so long since I had an episode like this, I'm glad we got to do it.
For today's episode, I sat down with Dr. Puja Aggarwal to talk neurological disorders.  Dr. Aggarwal is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Epileptologist.  She is also a Certified Burnout and Growth Mindset Expert.  As a busy physician with a family, Dr. Aggarwal hired a mindset expert to help her four years ago.  Now she helps busy professionals struggling to keep up with it all.  Dr. Aggarwal received her MD (Medical Doctor) degree from Northeastern Ohio Medical University.  She completed her residency in Neurology at Ohio State University and a fellowship at Cornell University New York Presbyterian Hospital in Epilepsy.If you would like to reach out to Dr. Aggarwal, you can find her online at:https://www.zenfulbrain.comDisclaimer: The information including but not limited to the audio from this podcast episode and text contained within the episode notes and on the Good Faith Idea Exchange website is for informational purposes only.  The aforementioned material is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new healthcare regimen. 
For today's episode I was able to sit down with Prof. Landes again to talk more about media's effects on society.  This time, we talked about created and perceived media realities, which essentially follows how media can alter our perceptions of reality.  We talked about the effects this has on society and given current events, how this relates to our perceptions of war.
This is the conclusion of my two-parter with Prof. Landes.  I strongly recommend you guys listen to this one.  He tackles the rise of social media, algorithms, mass media motives, China’s tech “Great Wall,” the importance of different perspectives, and much more.
For today's episode, I sat down with Professor Stephen Landes from the University of Rhode Island to talk about media.  Mass media, social media and other forms of this communication and the effects it has had on our society and culture from both a historical standpoint and in the present.
This is the second and final part of my interview with Katie Manley, a veteran of the medical field, with over twenty years of experience.  In this conclusion, we talk about COVID and its impact on hospitals around the country.  Katie has a unique perspective on this matter, having worked in several ER's and her current position as a Flight Nurse, transporting patients all over the country.
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