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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sam Goldstein. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sam Goldstein, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sam Goldstein. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sam Goldstein, often where they are interviewed.

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106 - Jeff Dye's Friendship with Sam Goldstein - Quarantine Edition

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On the 106th episode of Jeff Dye’s Friendship Podcast… 

Jeff Dye (@JeffDye) is joined by comedian Sam Goldstein.

Subscribe to the Patreon to get exclusive Jeff Dye content, including a video version of Jeff Dye’s Friendship Podcast! www.patreon.com/jeffdye

Apr 24 2020 · 1hr 20mins
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Sam Goldstein of GitLab Discusses Remote Work and Engineering Culture

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How to effectively communicate asynchronously

In episode 7 of Ship Happens, Sam Goldstein explains what it means to communicate with a global team in an asynchronous fashion. While 9-to-5 offices typically expect real-time responses to Slack messages, Sam explains what it means when you're constantly working with people on the other side of the world. See how GitLab prioritizes their meetings and consistently documents human workflows in order to help teams work asynchronously with one another.

Maintaining the human element while working remotely

See how and why Sam and the GitLab team put an emphasis on building stronger personal connections over video calls. Understand how remote teams can bolster morale and tighten relationships between teammates to drive more productive teams. 
When to use Zoom, Slack, Emojis, etc.

GitLab's remote handbook covers all types of communication workflows. What type of channel should be used for which types of work? GitLab is the world's largest fully-distributed team, allowing Sam to offer great tips and tricks for when to communicate in certain ways and what to expect when communicating with a global engineering team.

What do you do when S3 goes down?

Hear about Sam's on-call horror story, when nearly half the internet went out. Learn more about how teams can approach "100-year flood" scenarios and how to balance reliability with speed, improving customer experiences as well as on-call workflows.

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GitLab's remote work resources: https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/all-remote/resources/
GitLab's remote handbook: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook
Apr 20 2020 · 37mins

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26 Book Review: Raising a Self-Disciplined Child by Robert Brooks PhD and Sam Goldstein PhD

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Wouldn't it be nice if our kids were responsible and self-motivated in approaching their struggles? In today's episode host Brittney discusses the book Raising a Self-Disciplined Child.

To get the book discussed today, click here: Raising a Self-Disciplined Child by Robert Brooks PhD and Sam Goldstein PhD

To visit the website and get your copy of the book guide: www.wherenaturemeetsnurture.com/episode26

Mar 03 2020 · 24mins
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Bonus Episode: Sam Goldstein's Door

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While interviewing Sam Goldstein for episode 16 of "The Answer Me Love Podcast," I was reminded of a famous quote by Graham Greene.  If you've never heard of Graham, or the quote, you are about to. This bonus episode is short and sweet, thank you for listening and don't forget to subscribe!  

If you haven't listened to episode 16th, here is some background info you need.  In the intro, I mention Sam's "birth mother" who reached out to him for the first time on his 18th birthday. That is not the same person sam speaks of in this podcast. Sam's "Mom" he speaks about is his adoptive mother, who he considers to be "MOM." As in like, mom MOM. 

Aug 22 2019 · 6mins

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Updated: "Have You Ever Seen Juno?" with Sam Goldstein

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On this week's episode of "The Answer Me Love Podcast" I had the pleasure of learning about Comedian Sam Goldstein's journey with love.  Sam opens up about family, comedy, his old perceptions on how to get the girl, and why he has never had a long term relationship. Like most of the guests on my podcast, Sam was honest and real, and this was the first podcast where I was the one who shed tears. I won't spoil it for you. 

There were some technical difficulties with the first airing of this podcast, and I want to thank the listeners who messaged me asking about it and who are listening again to hear the rest of it. I heart you. 

Aug 15 2019 · 1hr 26mins
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The Crazy Switch - S01E11 - Crusty Cakes (feat. Sam Goldstein)

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Our guest Sam Goldstein from the world famous "Recorded Talking With Occasional Guests" podcast talks cream pies, Duke's new heroin-fueled porn career, single moms, and Rachel's hat. 

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May 29 2019 · 1hr 6mins
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Ep. 32: Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. - Educrystal Ball

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Taking care of children by feeding them, protecting them, and loving them is not the same as preparing them for their future. American education has been through an evolutionary process; which is just a few centuries old and the quest is yet to be fulfilled. We forget, a century ago, attending school past age 12 was not mandatory, the classrooms were often filled with 50-60 kids of varying ages and demanding kids to recite and regurgitate facts was a standard practice. Forecasting the needs of tomorrow continues to be an enigma in spite of the rapidly evolving information technology age and serving the needs of all types of learners continues to be as opaque as ever. This episode, my guest, Dr. Sam Goldstein, a clinical neuropsychologist, will discuss how to rethink educating self-sufficient students with Executive Function at the heart of learning.

About Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. ABPdN is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine.  He is Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behavior Center.  Dr. Goldstein has authored fifty books as well as over three dozen book chapters and thirty research articles. He has also co-authored six psychological tests. He currently serves as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders and sits on the editorial boards of six peer reviewed journals. Currently he has three books and four psychological tests in development.

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Feb 05 2018 · 30mins
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Ep. 31: Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. - Let’s Not Give Them Something to Talk About

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If you’re trying to bum a cigarette from someone outside a bar after midnight be prepared for them to say no. Talented actor, Shia Lebeouf, wasn’t prepared. Ironically, he who has painstakingly portrayed Tennis’ tempestuous bad-boy, John McEnroe, in “Borg vs McEnroe,” himself has been arrested one time too many for emotional volatility, impulsivity, and disorderly conduct. Not everyone has strong executive function to circumvent life’s obstacles with grace. Today, my guest, Dr. Sam Goldstein, a clinical neuropsychologist, will discuss how Executive Function helps us negotiate everyday bumps and insulates us from bad decisions and self-destruction.

About Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. ABPdN is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine.  He is Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behavior Center.  Dr. Goldstein has authored fifty books as well as over three dozen book chapters and thirty research articles. He has also co-authored six psychological tests. He currently serves as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders and sits on the editorial boards of six peer reviewed journals. Currently he has three books and four psychological tests in development.

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Feb 02 2018 · 37mins
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Party With Sam Goldstein

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We spend the hour with this Laguna impresario, real estate developer, and patron of the arts. Hear all the opinions of this irascible fellow who speaks bluntly about life in Laguna. Plus hear about Sam's former life as a go to Hollywood session and studio drummer in the 50's and 60's, from big bands, jazz […]
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