Ben Cohen PT joins me to talk all things running & fitness as a lifestyle!
The Wonderful Wellbeing Podcast
Join me this week on my first guest episode! This week I asked Ben to come and record with me. We talk through how we both started to run and the different benefits that come from running. We explore fitness as a lifestyle choice and how even small steps can lead to a massive difference! This episode is full of fitness inspo and tips for getting your mindset into the right place for an active and healthy lifestyle. Happy listening! Laura x
In this bonus episode, I had the pleasure of talking to Ashley aka @babybencohen and as it turns out, she's not an actual baby running the account, but a real live adult and we had a great time! We talked about her being on the front lines fighting this pandemic, the precautions she has to take to ensure the safety of her household, and the special bonds she has created with her patients (turns out Bravo is a unifier.) We also get into housewives. Ashley shares who she would have in a housewives house, when she passed her nursing test and the housewife greats she joined in the field and we plan our trip to Dallas to see Dr. Tiffany Moon (Ashley will make sure I have full PPE gear for our plane ride.)Talking to Ashley was so much! And we're getting the matching friendship bracelets to prove it!Ashley- @babybencohen
Stick with the tried and true or explore different paths that may bring more risk or reward? Today's guest is firmly agrees with the latter. Sales and Marketing Leader Ben Cohen joins Jeff and Christie to share his fascinating and varied career path. From his beginning at NBC photography department to his transitions to sales and marketing and project management, breaking rules and status quos along the way. They also cover the necessity of making mistakes and the hidden blessing of bad bosses. Listen on for invaluable leadership lessons and inspiration. Find out more about Ben here WANT MORE WHY AND THE BUY? Join our new listener group for discussions about episodes and other helpful resources for your business! Get access to the greenroom. Go behind the scenes with past, present and future guests! Follow us on LinkedIn! Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review our podcast. It only takes a second and helps us make more podcasts for you.
Ben Cohen, RWC 2003 Winner, from Northampton to the World Cup & Brive.
FRENCH RUGBY CONNECTIONS with Veronique Landew & Mike Pearce
I had a great car ride with Ben Cohen, who was moving, philosophical, and recounted great stories of the rudimentary "toilets" used on the victory bus and the day he met Prince Harry stark naked! We talk about the rugby coaches who have inspired him and put him on the right track, after the tragic death of his beloved father. He channeled all his energy and anger into becoming the best winger in the world. Now retired, he's making the world a better place now through his Stand Up Foundation which fights Bullying and homophobia. Mike Pearce, my co-host then talks about the 6 Nations, Top 14, and the latest rugby news pertaining to the rugby world. Enjoy French Rugby Connections, the Rugby podcast with the gallic and European twist!
[podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with the Ben half of Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, about his and Jerry Greenfield's new project, campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org.Qualified immunity is a ruling by the Supreme Court that requires lower court judges to ignore whether any laws were broken and dismiss the case, UNLESS another police officer had been found guilty previously in a similar situation, making it near impossible for any officer breaking the law to be found guilty the first time around to open the door to accountability.The Campaign to End Qualified Immunity is seeking Federal legislation to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling. Through their website, campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org you can sign up to be active in lobbying for changing this antiquated ruling with origins in protecting the KKK post-Civil-War.You can follow Ben Cohen on Twitter @YoBenCohen and support the work at campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org.Feel free to try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Our topic this week is the mystery and science behind streaks. Ben Cohen covers the NBA for the Wall Street Journal and is the author of “The Hot Hand: The Mystery & Science of Streaks.” We discuss the phenomena of the “hot hand” in basketball and a famous paper from the 1980s that claims the hot hand doesn’t exist. We also explore how the hot hand relates to Shakespeare’s plays, Rob Reiner’s movies, picking stocks, betting at the roulette table and even farming. We often see patterns where there are none, so it’s important to determine when a streak is just random or an indication that something really has fundamentally changed. Ben Cohen helps us sort it all out, and we learn valuable lessons we can apply to make better decisions and maybe, just maybe, create the conditions to experience the “hot hand” in our own lives and careers.What You’ll Learn:· How Steph Curry’s big night changed the NBA and how we think about streaks· What research tells us about the “hot hand” in basketball· Why Shakespeare and Einstein did get the hot hand in their creative work· What is the “gambling fallacy” and how it relates to the “hot hand”· Why most people bet against the “hot hand” at the roulette table· How our understanding of streaks can make us better decision makersResourcesThe Hot Hand: The Mystery and Science of Streaks by Ben CohenConnect with Ben CohenTwitter: @bzcohenWebsite: https://www.bzcohen.com/Connect with Sean MurrayEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @seanpmurray111LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanpmurray/Website: www.seanpmurray.netNewsletter: https://www.realtimeperformance.com/newsletter/
In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by Ben Cohen, a sports reporter for the Wall Street Journal and author of "The Hot Hand: The Mystery and Science of Streaks." They talk about whether and when the "hot hand" is a cognitive bias or an actual phenomenon, including its effect on the player who thinks they are on a streak.
#375: Ben Cohen on The Mystery and Science of Streaks
The Pomp Podcast
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