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Episode 169: Dan Diamond on covering Biden, plus the FDA's future, & the latest Aduhelm twist

The Readout Loud

First, we'll talk about the future of the FDA, whose acting commissioner will have to step down in November unless she’s given the permanent job. Next, Washington Post reporter Dan Diamond joins us to discuss the politics of the vaccine rollout and how covering this administration differs from writing about the last one. Plus we break down the latest news on Covid-19 and the continued Aduhelm fallout.

30mins

15 Jul 2021

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43. Living Well From Within - with Sallie Fraenkel, Dr. Dan Diamond, Dr. Daniel Friedland, and Jon Berghoff

Global Wellness Summit

Sallie Fraenkel is the founder of Mind Body Spirit Network (MBSN), Dr. Dan Diamond is the founder of NogginStorms, and Jon Berghoff is the Co-Founder and CEO of XCHANGE. Obviously, they’re all running organizations created to push positive change into the world, but there’s a clearer link: all three of them are members of the Living Well From Within initiative. Living Well From Within is the work of Dr. Daniel Friedland who founded the cause to convene leading influencers to align in order to elevate humanity through conscious leadership and the values of conscious capitalism.In this episode, we take turns speaking to all of them, including Dr. Friedland, himself, who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in late 2020. His diagnosis was the catalyst that sparked a new level of growth and awakening in his work.As well as the topics of conscious capitalism and, of course, living well from within, we all discuss the incredible legacy Dr. Friedland will leave behind and the value of striving to use our lives for the betterment of the world.Thank You To Our Podcast SponsorThis season’s sponsor is the wellness-forward skincare line, Murad, and features an interview with Candace Reels (@candacereels), founder of the Female Collective and guest editor of Murad’s new wellness publication, Well Connected.Resources:Living Well From Within at the GWIThe Living Well From Within YouTube ChannelMBSNThe XCHANGE ApproachTrench Tested Podcast“Beyond Resilience: Trench-Tested Tools to Thrive Under Pressure”Global Wellness Trends Mid-Year Report: The Future of Wellness 2021Global Wellness Summit 2021 in Tel Aviv, IsraelHosted by Kim MarshallProduced by Crate Media

1hr 24mins

7 Jul 2021

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Dan Diamond “Heady Times”

Coronavirus Crisis Update

Dan Diamond has covered health, politics, and the White House for the Washington Post since January 19. What is going on in the international side of the US response to the pandemic? It is “piecemeal,” unclear who is making decisions, lacks a strategy, the approach is “much vaguer” than the domestic response. The US has announced a number of important steps which are “staccato moments.” President Biden came into office with the country “on fire.” His team is still settling, and there is no single person in charge of the international response. The issues are a complex “thicket” full of geopolitical risks. Nonetheless, it feels as if a moment is arriving where the administration is going to pivot to the international arena. Internally, senior officials are “raring to go.” Domestically, Dan has observed closely the four focus groups of vaccine-hesitant people launched by Republican pollster Frank Luntz, one session was a “transformative experience,” another a “total dud.” Perhaps the Community Corps will be able to bring to scale hyperlocal engagement with those who remain hesitant. Perhaps they simply need more information and more time. It’s “heady times,” practicing this form of journalism in Washington. Hypercompetitive, everybody wants a piece of the story. Dan Diamond is the National Health Reporter at the Washington Post

36mins

12 May 2021

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Dan Diamond “Heady Times”

Take as Directed

Dan Diamond has covered health, politics, and the White House for the Washington Post since January 19. What is going on in the international side of the US response to the pandemic? It is “piecemeal,” unclear who is making decisions, lacks a strategy, the approach is “much vaguer” than the domestic response. The US has announced a number of important steps which are “staccato moments.” President Biden came into office with the country “on fire.” His team is still settling, and there is no single person in charge of the international response. The issues are a complex “thicket” full of geopolitical risks. Nonetheless, it feels as if a moment is arriving where the administration is going to pivot to the international arena. Internally, senior officials are “raring to go.” Domestically, Dan has observed closely the four focus groups of vaccine-hesitant people launched by Republican pollster Frank Luntz, one session was a “transformative experience,” another a “total dud.” Perhaps the Community Corps will be able to bring to scale hyperlocal engagement with those who remain hesitant. Perhaps they simply need more information and more time. It’s “heady times,” practicing this form of journalism in Washington. Hypercompetitive, everybody wants a piece of the story. Dan Diamond is the National Health Reporter at the Washington Post

36mins

12 May 2021

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How to rapidly adapt while building a thriving team | Dr. Dan Diamond | Ctrl+Alt+Del with Lisa Duerre

Ctrl+Alt+Delete with Lisa Duerre: For Leaders In Tech Escaping Burnout and Rebooting Leadership

Featured Guest Dr. Dan Diamond keeps it real with Lisa Duerre as they double click on the root cause of teams that burnout in crisis while providing insight and actions to rapidly adapt and thrive.   Dr. Dan Diamond is passionate about equipping people to make a difference… especially when resources are scarce or times are tough. He was the Director of the Medical Triage Unit at the New Orleans Convention Center following Hurricane Katrina, led one of the first medical teams into Haiti following their devastating earthquake, and deployed to the Philippines following Typhoon Yolanda. Dr. Diamond is the author of "Beyond Resilience: Trench-Tested Tools to Thrive Under Pressure" and he has been seen on CNN, Anderson Cooper, and Larry King Live and now Ctrl+Alt+Delete with Lisa Duerre Some of the not to miss topics include: What a crisis response doctor has to say about “put your oxygen mask on first”  and why it matters now The everything sucks lens and how to play a lighter game so you can keep your head in the game and start seeing solutions Dan’s most embarrassing moment as a leader during a crisis – and how not to do what he did What to say and do if you truly have an open door policy – hint: it’s not “I have an open-door policy” How blankets sent by well-intended people created a bigger crisis The importance of curiosity and community when it comes to diversity and inclusion How to pay attention more to your own internal narrative What unstoppable love at work and leadership looks like and how it lead to innovation and safety. What to ask yourself and your team to crack the code on how to thrive even in a crisis Dr. Dan Diamond https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaduerre/ ----- Hey, leader in tech! Want to get kickass results, build a high-performing team, and be present for the moments that matter? Take your first step at rebootwithlisa.com.

48mins

19 Apr 2021

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Goodbye, Dan Diamond

POLITICO's Pulse Check

After five years on the health beat — and at the helm of Pulse Check — Dan Diamond is leaving POLITICO. (But don't worry, you can still follow his reporting at The Washington Post!) Dan and Dispatch's Jeremy Siegel look back at some of Dan's biggest stories and trace the past few years of health policy to today's coronavirus response. But first, Dan gets a going away present.Stay up-to-date on the latest Covid-19 news by subscribing to the POLITICO Nightly and POLITICO Pulse newsletters. And subscribe to our other newsletter POLITICO Future Pulse, looking at where health care and technology intersect. Dan Diamond is host of POLITICO Pulse Check and author of the POLITICO Pulse newsletter.Jeremy Siegel  is a host for POLITICO Dispatch.Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio.Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio.Check out some of Dan Diamond's top POLITICO reporting: Trump team failed to follow NSC's pandemic playbook: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/03/25/trump-coronavirus-national-security-council-149285`We want them infected`: Trump appointee demanded `herd immunity` strategy, emails reveal: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/12/16/trump-appointee-demanded-herd-immunity-strategy-446408'It's like every red flag': Trump-ordered HHS ad blitz raises alarms: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/09/25/trump-hhs-ads-coronavirus-421957How Trump warped HHS long before Covid-19: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/12/31/how-trump-warped-hhs-452964How we found Tom Price's private jets: https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/10/04/how-we-found-tom-prices-private-jets-215680Trump challenges Native Americans' historical standing: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/04/22/trump-native-americans-historical-standing-492794How 100,000 Pacific Islanders got their health care back: https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/01/marshall-islands-health-care-453215

27mins

14 Jan 2021

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Shine Bright Like a Diamond Under Pressure with Dan Diamond, MD

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast

Today’s guest is Dan Diamond, MD, a renowned thought leader on how leadership looks like in emergency situations. He’s become a first responder to disasters across the globe from Hurricane Katrina to the Haitian Earthquake. Most recently, he responded to a typhoon in the Philippines. Dr. Diamond is focused on bringing out the best in these difficult times. Let’s dive into his story to shine bright like a diamond under pressure. [00:01 - 06:42] Opening Segment We welcome our guest for today, Dan Diamond, MD Dan shares his background and how his journey in disaster response started  Dan tells us the importance of being curious about other people’s reality [06:43 - 14:02] Making Yourself Closer to Other People  Dan talks about the model he developed to explain why people respond differently to pressure-packed situations like disasters The model includes four different mindsets. Learn what kind of mindset you have! See the model below He shares the one, single word that has the most impact on his thinking He talks about how we can talk with people who are different from us He shares what a 3-2-1-0 question is.  [14:03 - 28:48] Shine Bright Like a Diamond Under Pressure Dan talks about the importance of listening to other people’s experiences and the need to reinforce, recognize, and celebrate them.  He shares his “radically different” experience in the Philippines and why his words for his experience there is “tender mercy”  He talks about the people’s ability to choose their reactions to difficult situations and thrive on them Dan shares some tips to apply self-compassion that you don’t want to miss! [28:49 - 38:08] Deciding Through a Straw  Dan talks about his newfound appreciation for tunnel vision, tunnel hearing, and tunnel thinking He talks about the secrets to train our minds in overcoming moments of panic.  [38:09 - 49:45] Closing Segment Dan shares how and when we can make light of pressure-packed situations to come up with solutions  He talks about the reason he believes that the world is still amazing  Connect with Dan. See links below Final words and announcements Tweetable Quotes: “Not everybody sees the world the same way that we see it.” - Dan Diamond, MD “If I want to understand the world with depth, I need to spend time with people that are different than I am.” - Dan Diamond, MD “You are not the only one that’s suffering with this. We are in this together.” - Dan Diamond, MD Resources Mentioned: Bryan Stevenson Thinking, Fast and Slow Leading Well from Within How to thrive under pressure - coronavirus conversation How to make a difference when times are tough Understanding Your Different Mindsets Beyond Resilience You can email Dan Diamond, MD at events@dandiamondmd.com or connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Listen to his podcast. Visit his website https://www.dandiamondmd.com/.  Ever Widening Circles Link: https://everwideningcircles.com/ EWC Ed: https://ed.everwideningcircles.com/ Donate! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=I-nvmUrlbDfU67bRoWWdOhFxiAM_W81jtIFBGCYzfCL6fG8oSUOg9ONIL9WR8LDjLEeYj0&country.x=US&locale.x=US EWC APP: https://everwideningcircles.com/good-news-app-ever-widening-circles-app/ Dr. Lynda's Book: https://www.dr-lynda.com/book/happiness

49mins

12 Nov 2020

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Can You Thrive When Times Are Tough? Podcast with Dr. Dan Diamond

Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast

In this episode, we explore how it's possible to adapt and thrive, even under extreme circumstances at work and in life as Dan explains how two simple questions can move us towards a thrivers mindset that renews us, or a victim, bystander, or controller mindset that drains us. Connect with Dan Diamond: Website: dandiamondmd.com [free_product_purchase id="39560"] You’ll Learn: [02:37] - Dan explains how power and purpose shape a thriver’s mindset and how it can improve our performance and wellbeing at work. [04:40] - Dan shares how our victim, bystander, controller, and thriver mindsets get shaped and how we can free ourselves of mindsets that don’t serve us well. [09:13] - Dan offers some practical steps we can take to move towards a thriver mindset more consistently at work. [16:12] - Dan shares tips for how leaders can help their teams cultivate more thriver mindsets when times are tough. [22.49] - Dan explains how we can be intelligent thrivers who don’t burn ourselves out in an effort to help others. [25:12] - Dan Completes the Lightning round. Your Resources: MPPW Podcast on Facebook Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me again this week.  If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this post. Please leave an honest review for the Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them.  And don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. It’s free! You can also listen to all the episodes of Making Positive Psychology Work streamed directly to your smartphone or iPad through stitcher. No need for downloading or syncing. Until next time, take care!  Thank you Dan!

31mins

29 Oct 2020

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Dan Diamond, MD

The Well-Being Connector

Dan Diamond is a family physician with years of international disaster experience.  He was deployed to the Philippines following Typhoon Yolanda, led one of the first teams into Haiti after their devastating earthquake, and played a strategic role as the Director of the Medical Triage Unit in the New Orleans Convention Center following Hurricane Katrina. From these experiences and others, he has discovered insights and strategies that we can use to thrive under pressure. www.dandiamondmd.com

33mins

26 Oct 2020

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You Seem Interesting Episode 9: Health Care & Politico Reporter Dan Diamond

You Seem Interesting

You've taken 3 modes of transportation to meet up with your confidential source on a story involving a high ranking government official's corruption that you've been working on for months. You hope you're not being followed but aren't sure. You stop short when you see a Secret Service Vehicle with tinted windows parked a half block down the street. What happens next? Our guest, Politico Health Care Reporter Dan Diamond shares this incredible story and weighs in on a wide array of topics from our handling of the coronavirus, hypocrisy, the challenges of trusting sources and reporting and a lot more.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

42mins

29 Jul 2020

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