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Paul Taylor

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Latest 25 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily

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Paul Taylor | China and inflation: Headwind or tailwind?

Fidelity Sound Bites

China's re-opening: inflation is here to stay but what does it mean for investors? Listen in to this month’s episode with Portfolio Manager for the Fidelity Australian Equities Fund, Paul Taylor as he explores what has happened throughout January and the implications for markets, his portfolio and investors. This episode was recorded 31 January 2023. Read our full disclaimer. Find out more about the Fidelity Australian Equities Fund Get the latest insights from FidelitySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


10 Feb 2023

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#1060 Humans Are Complicated - Paul Taylor

The You Project

Nearly a thousand episodes ago (pre-pandemic), TYP favourite Paul Taylor and I got together for our first podcast chat and to this day, it is still a conversation people talk to me about as being one of their all-time favourites. Knowing that many of you have not heard it, have forgotten what was said (it was four years ago) or didn’t know about it, we decided to wheel it out for an encore, with a little bit of post-pandemic (kind-of) 2023 Melissa and I commentary at the start. Enjoy.  @mindbodybrainpiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


24 Jan 2023

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#1042 The Science Of Getting Offended - Paul Taylor

The You Project

This episode is not a conversation about what is or isn’t categorially ‘offensive’ (I’m not that stupid) but rather, it’s a chat about how the personal experience of ‘being offended’ works. Why are some people offended by something that’s not offensive to others? If something is not offensive to fifty but it is to one, is it the thing offensive (broadly speaking) or is it offensive to one person because of how they think? Paul and I go deep exploring the psychology, the mechanisms and the broad range of variables which play a role in the getting-offended experience. The conversation comes from a place of curiosity and seeking to understand (and maybe help), rather than one of judgement about who should or shouldn’t be offended and by what in particular. Enjoy. mindbodybrain.com.auSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


6 Jan 2023

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Dr. Paul Taylor on what the research says about officer decision-making under stress

Policing Matters

Effective screening of law enforcement candidates is probably the most crucial part of the hiring process. Most departments have a written, oral and physical agility test, a polygraph examination and a psychological profile test. But are we able to effectively screen out people who probably are not suitable for the job?  In December 2022, news hit that the agency overseeing the training and certification of police officers in Washington State was moving to more aggressively remove recruits from the state law enforcement training academy when they show signs they're psychologically unfit. This change came after an officer who is now the subject of two lawsuits alleging excessive force and a manslaughter charge "overreacted" during a 2018 training session in which his instructor said he lapsed into "mental condition black," shot an unarmed virtual suspect, then shut down and tuned out criticism. In this episode of Policing Matters, host Jim Dudley speaks with assistant professor Paul Taylor, Ph.D., from the University of Colorado at Denver about "mental condition black," the causal factors behind officer performance under stress, and how to improve police training using evidence-based research.  Access additional show notes and resources related to this episode here. This episode of the Policing Matters Podcast is brought to you by Lexipol, the experts in policy, training, wellness support and grants assistance for first responders and government leaders. To learn more, visit lexipol.com.


5 Jan 2023

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#997 Death By Comfort - Paul Taylor

The You Project

When I saw the title of Paul Taylor’s book, I was jealous. I wish I thought of it! Such a good title full of great insights, messages and science, all delivered in an easy-to-understand (and use) manner. This was a fun chat where we unpacked good stress vs. bad stress, why visceral fat is totally sh*t for you and subcutaneous (under your skin) not so much, how negative thinking can lead to disease, the space between stimulus and response, stressing about potential problems that don’t eventuate (the problem isn’t real but the anxiety is), why people choose to take supplements for longevity while also choosing not to exercise and finally, we chat about the original analysers of the mind and human behaviour; the stoics. Enjoy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


22 Nov 2022

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EP 122 Chris Bardugone and Paul Taylor from Zert Nation

Team VTAC with Kyle Lamb

EP 122 Chris Bardugone and Paul Taylor from Zert Nation. We finished filming some short firearm and tactics disagreements and thought we should bust out a quick podcast. Check out Chris at www.ClarkArmory.com and www.ZertNation.com and of course, God Bless America!!


1 Nov 2022

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Episode 1 - Charlie Winston with Paul Taylor

As We Are

Paul Taylor is a British comedian. He has discovered his audience through finding comedy in the differences between Brithish and French culture, as well as his life as a family man. For english and french subtitles, find this podcast on YouTube !  ➡️ Listen to my new album "As I am"">"As I Am" ➡️ Come to see me on tour">on tour ➡️ Follow me on social networks ">social networks

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11 Oct 2022

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Design Adjacent with Paul Taylor, Chief Creative Officer and Founding Partner, BrandOpus on cracked eggs and iconic brands

AIGA Design Podcasts

Paul Taylor is the Chief Creative Officer and Founding Partner at global branding agency BrandOpus. Founded in 2007, BrandOpus creates meaningful and connected brand experience for some of the world's most revered brands. Fusing wisdom with wonderment, his role today is to lead all creative output across the London, New York, Chicago and Melbourne studios. Paul has served brand experience for a wide portfolio of brands including Nestlé, Kraft Heinz, McCain, Britvic and First Direct. His work has been recognized by the likes of D&AD, The Design Business Association, Pentawards and The Drum. About AIGA Design Adjacent AIGA Design Adjacent is a monthly podcast series with AIGA’s Executive Director, Bennie F. Johnson, in conversation with industry leaders who are innovating and designing the future. These conversations expand beyond the design community, encompassing industries and areas that intersect with design and shift the ways in which we think about and interact with each other and the world around us. About Bennie F. Johnson Bennie F. Johnson is the Executive Director of AIGA, the professional association for design. Bennie thrives on the connections between marketing, technology, education, and innovation. With experience in strategic and consumer marketing, brand management, and innovation management, he is drawn to opportunities that allow him to lead and create new modes for business engagement. He has broad experience growing brands, businesses, and organizations with a special focus on venture launch and brand relaunch business environments.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aigadesign/message


11 Oct 2022

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Specific exercise to avoid disease and live longer | Dr Paul Taylor

The Proof with Simon Hill

In Episode #229, I’m joined by Paul Taylor to discuss how to exercise to live better for longer. We cover the importance of intermittent stressors, the relative impact of nutrition and exercise, and the significance of biological evolution in health. Paul also breaks down exactly how to build an exercise regimen, with considerations for age and gender.Over the past month, The Proof has increasingly explored the role of exercise in relation to long-term health outcomes. In today’s episode, we build on previous conversations with an overarching goal: to consolidate our learning so far, giving you practical and tangible information to implement into your own lifestyle. Paul Taylor offers his advice on how to better your personal exercise routine through realistic recommendations, setting you up for a long health span.Specifically, we discuss: Intro (0:00) Paul’s Navy Experience (4:32) Good Stress (9:28) Paul’s Boxing (21:22) Exercise vs Nutrition - What Matters More? (25:56) Cardiovascular Fitness (34:58) Myokines and Longevity (40:03) How Much Exercise? (49:25) Referencing Biological Evolution (54:10) A Multi-Modal Exercise Plan (59:56) Age & Gender Training (1:13:18) Death by Comfort (1:24:46) Outro (1:27:38) To connect with Paul Taylor, you can find him on Instagram or LinkedIn. Listen to his podcast, The MindBodyBrain Project, and learn more on his website. Paul’s new book, Death by Comfort, is now available for preorder.Head to theproof.com/podcast for the full show notes – there are plenty of studies, reflections, and additional resources for this episode, so don’t miss it.Enjoy, friends.SimonWant to support the show?The best way to support the show is to use the products and services offered by our sponsors. To check them out, and enjoy great savings, visit theproof.com/friends.Simon Hill, Msc, Bsc (Hons)Creator of TheProof.com and host of The Proof with Simon HillAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsWatch the episodes on YouTube, or Listen on Apple/SpotifyConnect with me on Instagram, Twitter and FacebookDownload my complimentary two week meal plan and high protein plant performance recipe book

1hr 33mins

11 Oct 2022

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Beginners’ Call – Episode 10: Paul Taylor Brisbane Festival Giving Committee

Beginners’ Call

“To me, the arts community really is the soul of a community… We love the idea of contributing to the arts community and contributing to the soul of Brisbane.” Paul Taylor is the Head of Investments at global funds manager Fidelity International and a member of Brisbane Festival’s Giving Committee.  His family’s patronage and passion for the arts runs deep, and they are motivated to support local artists to produce new works and assist Brisbane Festival to deliver significant works developed elsewhere – giving the people of Brisbane the opportunity to experience artistic works they may not see otherwise.  In this podcast, Paul discusses Australia’s unique culture of philanthropy, his personal ‘why’ for giving, and the reasons that Brisbane Festival is a sure-fire bet for an investor. “It’s about participation. Everything makes a difference. You don’t have to donate thousands of dollars - a donation of $100 is a great way to make a contribution.”Brisbane Festival returns to fill the city with three weeks of wonder, delight and celebration from 2 – 24 September 2022. For information and tickets, visit brisbanefestival.com.au Beginners’ Call records on Turrbal and Yugerra country in Meanjin, Brisbane. Brisbane Festival recognises the integral role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples play in our creative, artistic and celebration spaces and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging.Podcast Curator: Louise Bezzina (Brisbane Festival)Podcast Guests: Paul Taylor (Brisbane Festival Giving Committee)Podcast Host: Adam Brunes (Aruga) Podcast Producer: Gilberto Castillo (The Podcast Boss) 


23 Sep 2022