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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Dolan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Dolan, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Dolan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Dolan, often where they are interviewed.

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Audio Reads: Douglas Murray, Paul Dolan, and Andrew Watts

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On this week's Audio Reads, Douglas Murray advises Labour to get a new attack line, now that the Conservatives have become the party of the NHS. Professor Paul Dolan, a behavioural scientist at the LSE, ponders what would have happened had the pandemic started in Sweden, rather than China. And Andrew Watts says - if Brexit talks are scuppered because of fish, shouldn't Brits at least eat more of it?

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May 23 2020 · 19mins
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Episode 36 - Paul Dolan

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Episode 36 - We are stoked to have living legend Paul "The Coach" Dolan, one of Australia's most premiere guides  and most accomplished Saltwater flyfisherman. We get into a chat about what the Mackay region offers with its wealthy saltwater options in addition to some of the countries best Barramundi fishing. Paul also goes into detail talking about the fabled DK dancer fly... how to tie it, and how to fish it as well as the origins of the fly.

Also, in the beginning we try a little experiment for the haters that lurk in the shadows and Chris takes the foot off the gas for a bit. Things loosen up and we move onto the VGDC or as it's known from now on "The Drippy Crab"

Head over to Paul's website and check him out - https://www.mackaysportfishing.com.au/

Enjoy the drinking game....please drink responsibly, the shops may have limited stock. 

Mar 27 2020 ·
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Episode 195: Pioneer Valley Barramundi With Paul Dolan

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Central Queensland is a land of opportunity for anglers, but for Mackay region fishing guide and personality Paul Dolan, it’s all about the barramundi. 

Paul takes us through fishing his favourite dams: Teemburra, Eungella and Kinchant in search of metre plus Barra from the surface. 

Show notes at https://doclures.com/pioneer-valley-barramundi-paul-dolan/

Mar 25 2020 · 47mins
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Happy Ever After by Paul Dolan | Summary | Free Audiobook

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Happy Ever After (2018) invites readers to deconstruct the social pressures which mold our lives.

Exploring the societal pressure to pursue the “right” career, or get married by a certain age, or have a certain amount of children, Happy Ever After unpacks the desires that we’re taught to have and questions their ability to facilitate genuine happiness. Arguing that many of these have desires have been impressed upon us by others, Paul Dolan asks us to look inward and determine whether the goals we’re pursuing are truly our own and provides actionable steps for discovering personal fulfillment.

Feb 20 2020 · 18mins
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Paul Dolan Does it Again

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The Cleveland Indians have had another unexciting and destructive off-season for their reputation. Who is excited for Cleveland Indians baseball? Based on the Indians, their messages and their actual moves, it should be nobody.

Also, the Browns being bad doesn't make the Indians good.

Jan 23 2020 · 10mins
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Ep#14 - Part 2, Paul Dolan, Regenerative Farmer & Philosopher

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The remarkable meanings of regenerative and biodynamic farming

Mar 26 2019 · 26mins
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Ep#13 - Part 1, Paul Dolan, Regenerative Farmer & Philosopher

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Paul’s journey and defining regenerative and biodynamic farming

Mar 26 2019 · 22mins
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#54 Re-Defining Happiness with Professor Paul Dolan

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CAUTION ADVISED: this podcast contains swearing and themes of an adult nature.

What really makes us happy? Is it a big house, lots of money, marriage and children? Not necessarily. Yet so many of us base what we do upon the ‘stories’ we tell ourselves of what we think should make us happy without paying attention to whether these things actually do make us happy day-to-day. Professor of behavioural science and guest on this week’s podcast, Professor Paul Dolan, believes that happiness is subjective in every way and if we free ourselves from the myth of the perfect life we might each find a life that is worth living.

We discuss how happiness lies in the small stuff, not the big life-changing things. It is located in the things we do and the things we pay attention to – and how we feel about those experiences. Paul argues that the right balance of things that you find fun on one hand and fulfilling on the other, lead you to a happy life. He shares lots of practical tips that can help us all find more fulfilment and ultimately more happiness. I hope you enjoy this conversation.

Show notes available at drchatterjee.com/54

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Mar 20 2019 · 56mins
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219: Paul Dolan on Designing Your Life for Happiness

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Paul Dolan is a Professor of Behavioral Science at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He's an expert on human behavior and happiness. Paul is also the author of the best selling book, Happiness By Design: Change What You Do Not What You Think. We all want happiness in our lives yet happiness is something that so often eludes most people. It seems like a feeling that happens to us rather than a feeling that we can cultivate with intention. In this interview, Paul teaches some really practical, research-based, action-oriented approaches to life that we can take today to increase our feelings of happiness. The first step? Listen to this informative and interesting interview.

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In This Interview, Paul Dolan and I Discuss...

  • The Wolf Parable
  • His book, Happiness By Design: Change What You Do Not What You Think
  • The power of designing your environment
  • Find a balance of purpose and pleasure and you have a happy life
  • How a large part of how you feel is connected to what you do
  • The role of attention in happiness
  • What we think would make us happy vs what does make us happy
  • That we're not very good at predicting what will make us happy
  • The AREA model
  • How we must make sense of what's happened in order to adapt to it
  • Key to happiness is also to pay more attention to what makes you happy and less attention to what doesn't make you happy
  • Why somethings that are so obvious are so often overlooked
  • If you can't change what you do, change what you pay attention to in the experience
  • If you want to do something, make it easy for yourself to do it
  • Less about willpower and more about design power
  • Habit loops
  • Queuing your environment, commitment and norm
  • Deciding, Designing and Doing
  • If you want to do something, make it easy. If you don't want to do something make it hard


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Feb 28 2018 · 32mins
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Episode 3: 2016 Paul Dolan Zinfandel

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To aerate or not to aerate? Learn about aeration and all of its possible pronunciations.
Feb 22 2018 · 32mins
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