Throwback Thursday with Dr. Mark Goulston, Ep #241
Negotiations Ninja Podcast
In this throwback edition of Negotiations Ninja, we jump back to episode #191 with Dr. Mark Goulston. Dr. Goulston is a former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, a psychiatrist, and the author of nine books, one of which is the #1 listening book on the planet: Just Listen. In this episode, Dr. Goulston shares actionable tips and strategies to help you be more curious, empathetic, and a better listener. Don’t miss it!
91 - Why It Benefits You to Become a Better Listener with Psychiatrist Mark Goulston
The Verywell Mind Podcast with Amy Morin
Today's guest is Dr. Mark Goulston, a psychiatrist who learned the value of listening to people. His wisdom has led him to become a consultant to many major organizations as well as a hostage negotiator trainer.He is also the author of several best-selling books, including Just Listen, Get Out of Your Own Way, and Talking to Crazy. On today's episode, Dr. Goulston explains the benefits you'll gain when you become a better listener, how your listening skills benefit others, and how to start sharpening your listening skills today.
Surgical Empathy: A Unique Take On Treating Suicidal Patients With Dr. Mark Goulston
Beyond Your WHY
Dr. Mark Goulston has gone out of the box regarding treatment for his suicidal patients, and so far, it’s worked. His Why of Challenge has propelled him to think differently when handling different cases and to challenge treatments that just don’t work. This is what drove him to develop a new approach: Surgical Empathy. Mark is a psychiatrist, author, a Founding Member of Newsweek Expert Forum, and a Marshall Goldsmith MG100 Coach. Unravel his viewpoint and understand the method to his approach as he sits down with host Dr. Gary Sanchez. Mark shares enlightening anecdotes and meaningful advice that may be just what you need. Learn how to ask the right questions and look beyond the obvious to truly understand not only others but also yourself.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://whyinstitute.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Goulston: ...how to recover from post-COVID PTSD
Nobody Told Me!
On this episode, we’re glad to welcome back our guest, psychiatrist Mark Goulston, who’s been called a “people hacker”. He’s the author of several bestselling books, and was with us on Nobody Told Me! a couple of years ago discussing his book, Talking to 'Crazy': How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life . Mark is back with us again and has written two very timely new books as we emerge from the pandemic. One is called, "Why Cope When You Can Heal? How Healthcare Heroes of COVID-19 Can Recover from PTSD" and the other is "Trauma to Triumph: A Roadmap for Leading Through Disruption (and Thriving on the Other Side)" ***** Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> Apple Vacations: for a limited time, take $75 off your all-inclusive stay at Iberostar Hotels! Go to applevacations.com/nobody-told-me and use code 'SUN75'. --> Stuff That Works: share your experience with any health condition and discover what works best for you. Go to stuffthatworks.health to check it out. --> Unidragon: check out the most beautiful wooden puzzles for adults and kids! Go to unidragon.com and use promo code 'nobody10' for 10% off! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Healing From Trauma: A Candid Talk with Mark Goulston MD
Finding Your Frequency
The last few months have been rough on us all. e have seen spikes in crime, suicide, abuse of all types and we all need to heal! Tune in as Ryan Treasure from https://www.VoiceAmerica.com talks with Mark Goulston MD about healing from Trauma. Mark is the consummate professional and the interview provides an eye-opening experience into great thought leadership around trauma and also helping young adults. You will have to listen to hear the details!!https://markgoulston.com/
Defeating Self Defeat - 12 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Way with Dr. Mark Goulston
Talk Healthy Today
One of the greatest tragedies is having your life be less than it could be. Lisa is joined by Dr. Mark Goulston is a former UCLA professor of psychiatry and FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, as well as a widely read author who has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, and Business Insider. He is here today to talk about his new series Defeating Self Defeat: 12 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Way. It's partly adapted from his best selling book Get Our of Your Own Way, the 12 lessons is this series will help you defeat the self-defeating behavior that is keeping your life from being what it could be. Here are the 12 lesson titles:1) Procrastination2) Taking Things Too Personally3) Not Learning from Your Mistakes4) Quitting Too Soon5) Trying to Change Others6) Holding onto a Grudge7) Thinking "I'm sorry" is enough8) Talking Too Much9) Feeling Sorry for Yourself10) Making Bad Situations Worse11) Taking and Not Taking No for an Answer12) Letting Fear Run Your Life Find the program here: https://www.himalaya.com/courses/defeating-self-defeat-3129841?partner-from=15652260&utm_source=partner&utm_medium=mark_goulston Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
165: How to Truly Heal From Extreme Stress and Trauma, with Mark Goulston
Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Career Podcasts! “What I realized is that everybody we’re with is always trying to communicate something that they’re not communicating with their words. Sometimes they don’t have the words.” - Mark Goulston At this particular point of time, many of us are experiencing some degree of trauma, but what really happens to a person’s mind as they continue to function through trauma? Today’s Finding Brave guest reveals how we can not just cope, but how we can heal and thrive in the face of the challenging situations that we are experiencing. Dr. Mark Goulston is a psychiatrist, former UCLA professor, former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer and the bestselling author or co-author of eight books and with his just released book, Why Cope When You Can Heal? How Healthcare Heroes of Covid-19 Can Recover From PTSD, he introduces an approach called Surgical Empathy that he used for 25 years with suicidal patients and none of them died by suicide. He is also the host of My Wakeup Call, a wonderful podcast I had the honor of being a guest on, and of the weekly LinkedIn Live show, No Strings Attached. In this episode, Mark shares his insights into what is really going on in the minds of healthcare workers and first responders as they daily confront the horrific and terrifying situations to keep the rest of us safe. He reveals how they are “Finding Brave” within them, and what they are doing to stay strong through the pandemic and not become casualties of this war. But you don’t have to be a healthcare worker or first responder to glean wisdom and support from Mark’s empowering messages, as each and everyone one of us has experienced stress and trauma at some point in our lives. Learn more at: http://whycopewhenyoucanheal.com
In this episode, Esmie and Mark discuss: Challenges Mark faced growing up, such as a perforated abdomen that almost killed him, growing up with a depressing background and suffering from depression. Mark's most significant accomplishment in life (dropping out of medical school twice and finishing and preventing others from committing suicide). How to know when someone is depressed (Their behaviour changes, they want to be alone, and most of the time, they seem sad.) Why standing up for a friend could help them to stop being suicidal? How Mark, a suicide specialist, saves lives by listening, showing love, believing in people that feel very low in life and need to know that everything is going to be okay eventually. Mark teaches why calling upon someone who believes in you and having a conversation with them can help you when you're feeling down. Key Takeaways: Life is hard, and we will miss the good days if we give up on them. Never give up on life because there is always someone that's going to need you. You can know when someone is depressed when there is a drastic change in behaviour for the worst. You can save a life by listening and showing kindness along with empathy. You can overcome sadness by talking with someone that believes in you."I asked her what she was thinking and she looked at me then said. 'If you can really understand why I might have to kill myself to get out of this pain. Maybe I won't need to.'" – Mark Goulston Dr. Mark Goulston’s mission is to make the world safe for humanity, one conversation at a time. He does that through speaking, coaching and training as one of the world’s foremost experts on empathic listening with his book, "Just Listen," becoming the top book on listening in the world. Contact Dr. Mark Goulston: Website TwitterLinkedin Instagram Contact Esmie: Linkedin Facebook Instagram Youtube Subscribe & Review in iTunes Did you subscribe to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. It would help if you didn’t miss an episode. https://apple.co/2Xk75Or Listen on I heart radio PS. It’s important to disclose that many of the links on the esmielawrence.com website are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a small commission, which allows me to continue hosting the blog and website. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Rest assured that the commission does not affect which items are listed on my website. Thank you for your support. Show notes by Esmie Lawrence. Audio production by Brian Calkins Podcast Mechanic #lifecoachtraining #womensnetwork #livebydesign #betterbusiness #businesswisdom #thinkbigger #businessleader #coachingforwomen
Communication Drives Connection—and Healing: Dr. Mark Goulston
For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
Get ready for a deep-dive into what it means to listen and connect with those around you with our next guest in the Reconnecting series: psychiatrist and executive coach Dr. Mark Goulston. As a former FBI hostage negotiation trainer, Dr. Goulston knows how to reach out to and connect with just about anyone. After the past twelve months, we’re all living on edge, and Dr. Goulston gives Jen a few communication tips to guide tense conversations toward calm. Plus, Dr. Goulston shows us how people are icebergs and why asking someone, “What’s really going on?” more than once helps us drill down and discover what the real problem is. And spoiler alert: when we vulnerably share what’s going on with us, and when someone listens and responds without judgment—whether we’re doing the sharing or the listening, true connection really does help us heal. And after 2020, we’re all due for a heavy dose of healing. * * * Thank you to our sponsors!Best Fiends | Download FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play! BetterHelp | Start living a happier, healthier life – get 10% off your first month at http://betterhelp.com/forthelove Rothy’s | Check out all the amazing shoes, bags and masks available right now at http://rothys.com/forthelove