How to Talk so People Listen - Eric Goodman, Ph.D | TSPS 129
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One of our basic human needs is the need to be heard. Yet we're in a society that has a hard time listening. We're living in a time and a culture where listening has become a lost skill. What if the way you spoke was making it harder for people to hear you?To help us learn how to speak so people listen and hear what we’re saying, is Dr. Eric Goodman. Founder of Meridian Success Group, Dr. Eric Goodman is a certified coach and consultant who helps professionals and business leaders overcome challenges, plan for the future and create greater wins while maximizing success in business and in life. He believes the pathway to extraordinary and sustainable growth begins from within and helps you transform your relationships and revenue. Whether you are interested in becoming "your best you", building a financially successful business, creating the life you’ve imagined or making a difference in the world, he has shaped the lives of thousands of professionals and the future of dozens of organizations. Dr. Goodman’s gift for you: Complimentary Personality Report to transform your relationships. LINK: https://crackmycode.com/communicate
I had the pleasure of chatting and getting to know Eric, the man BehInd The Pen. novelist, journalist and book doctor. He is the author of 6 novels, his latest being, Cuppy and Stew. Half a historical love story and tragedy the other half, a memoir of what happened after the bombing of flight 629, where his wife, Susan Morgan, and her sister lost both of her parents. We talk about the writing of the novel and the next book he's writing which has a controversial theme that needs to be taken seriously. https://www.eric-goodman.com/ #novelist,# memoir, #travel, #freelancejounalist, #mentor, #bookdoctor, #historicalfiction, #Eric Goodman, #podcast, #YouTube #booktuber #show, #BehindThePen, #Karina Kantas, #AuthorAssist, #authorchat, authorinterview, #CuppyandStew, #Susan MorganBehind The Pen is just one of the affordable services offered by Author Assist
Ep112 - Eric Goodman: Posture, Breath, Heat & Cannabis: A New Approach to Pain Relief
Brave New Weed
Dr. Eric Goodman, the creator of Foundation Training, has developed a system of pain relief that integrates movement and posture, heat, breath and our favorite plant. PS: Be a mensch and share this podcast with anyone you know over 40. This episode is sponsored by Zippz, personalized CBD medicines for sleep and calm created for your body and your condition. Use promo code BRAVE to get your (almost) free sample pack. Happy Zzzzz's.I’ve devoted a lot of air space to the topic of cannabis and sleep in the last months, and now I want to turn to pain, the #1 condition for which people use cannabis, and introduce you to Dr. Eric Goodman. A former athlete who is no stranger to injury, surgery and rehab, Eric trained as a chiropractor, where he learned anatomy, physiology and treatment. But over time, and as his own pain continued to plague him, he realized that much of what he was taught was insufficient. “We look to the wrong places for solutions—which keeps us from finding immediate relief. “he writes in his upcoming book, tentatively titled Foundations of Health: Harnessing The Restorative Power of Movement, Heat and the Endocannabinoid System To Actively Adapt for a Healthy Life. “Ultimately, it hampers us from living healthy lives…”These realizations set him on a road to create Foundation Training, a method that strengthens the areas around what goes wrong in our bodies so we can find relief and prevent injuries from occurring in the future.Eric and I share the same publisher, Karen Rinaldi at Harper Wave, who a few weeks ago slipped me a pre-publication manuscript of Foundations of Health. The book integrates a decade of research, clinical evidence and patient results into something that goes beyond biomechanics and standard adjustments – it’s an integrative approach to pain, especially chronic pain, that makes sense. I gobbled it up.Instead of treating the area where pain occurs, Foundations identifies four factors that contribute to pain alleviation: posture and movement, breath, heat and, you guessed it, cannabis and how it affects the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). It offers practical methods of optimizing each of these factors, while also parsing common myths and facts: heat vs. cold for injury, rest vs. small amounts (“microdoses”) of physical stress, and how cannabis, properly used, can increase awareness of balance and movement. This enhanced somatosensory perception neatly fits his explanation of “couchlock,” in which you feel the weight of your limbs more than you typically do.This interview also marks Eric’s coming out as a cannabis user and advocate. Like many, he harbored concerns that open advocacy could jeopardize his practice, but I predict that it will put him in the excellent company of the growing number of maverick health practitioners who use cannabis can be an excellent adjunct to pain relief with fewer side effects than NSAIDs (Advil, Aleve, Motrin) and opioids. Welcome to the fold, Dr. Goodman!Foundations of Health (tentative title) will be out January 2022. Learn more about ithere.Learn more about Foundation Training hereOr get the Foundation training app, which has all sorts of programs including: weekend workouts; FT for surfers, runners, golfers, office workers, FT and Pregnancy, and a complimentary “Independence from Pain” workout.
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“Back surgery is your only option…" This statement inspired Dr. Eric Goodman to overcome a seriously bad back. Severe, years long debilitating lower back pain had been hanging over Dr. Goodman’s upcoming Chiropractic career. A year before graduation his pain hit and held its climax for several months. This was a maddening experience. After dedicating years of his life and all of his money to learn how the body worked, he was well-educated, yet stuck in daily pain with a diagnosis of severe Degenerative Joint Disease at the spine. Sympathetic doctors told him the only way to possibly relieve his pain was to undergo a painful back surgery: legitimate fusion of his lowest spine. But Dr. Goodman said NO to surgery – one of the best decisions he had ever made. Foundation Training’s birth was due to his belief that corrective movement could be the answer to his pain and give him back his mobility, health, and life. It’s been over a decade since that decision and in that time, tens of thousands of people have found similar pain relief and healing through Foundation Training. Dr. Goodman and the Foundation Training team stand confidently behind this work as our best available answer to our pain and yours.
#DenVERDE: Austin FC's first MLS Victory, Eric Goodman of the Austin Chronicle, And More
Moontower Soccer: An Austin FC Podcast
This week Landon and Jeremiah recap Austin FC's first MLS victory against the Colorado Rapids. They also talk to Eric Goodman from the Austin Chronicle about his soccer column (47:08 ), and preview next weekend's game versus Minnesota United (1:00:30). Topics discussed include:-Jeremiah's experience at the stadium with 200+ Austin fans-Besler stays home with the new baby-Pochettino mysteriously left off the team sheet-Ben Sweat injury-Fagundez scores first Austin FC goal-Wolff's tactical shift and Cecilio's brace-MoreYou can find more detailed show notes here. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the show via your favorite podcasting appThis episode is brought to you by FVF Law
Mesmerise Podcast #9 - My Own Maker (Eric Goodman)
My first American guest on the show, Eric Goodman from the Metal band My Own Maker. We geek out about guitars and talk about starting a band in lockdown This is the last one where I had audio problems which now looks like its been resolved! Follow My Own Maker below: ►Website: myownmaker.com ►Facebook: /MYOWNMAKER To support the podcast just share it around and spread the word which doesn't just help me but more importantly my guests. Join me on: ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danimesmerise ►Twitch: thttps://www.twitch.tv/danimesmerise ►Merchandise: https://parrilla.bigcartel.com ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danimessmer93/ ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaniMesmerise ►Parrilla: http://parrillamusic.com ►Discord: https://discord.gg/ASrXMF9 I am also Partnered with Wraith Esports Energy Formula and with my code you can get 10% off of your order ►https://www.drinkwraith.com Code: DMESSMER666
People Soup - nourishing the mind, flourishing at work
Season 3 Episode 39P -Soupers – thanks for tuning in, this week, it’s part two of my chat with psychologist, anxiety specialist and author, Dr Eric Goodman.People Soup is an award winning podcast where we share evidence based behavioural science, in a way that’s practical, accessible and fun to nourish your mind to flourish at work.In this episode we focus on Eric's latest book - "Your Anxiety Beast and You: A Compassionate Guide to Living in an Increasingly Anxious World". Find out why anxiety is our SuperPower! Hear why he calls it 'Your Anxiety Beast' and why it’s often glitchy. Eric also explains how we can notice what our beast is up to, how we can teach it new things and how we can effectively respond to it in a brilliant takeaway.Shownotes are at http://www.rossmcintosh.co.uk/2021/01/dr-eric-goodman-part-2.htmlConnect with Ross and the Show!Twitter https://twitter.com/PeopleSoupPod https://twitter.com/RossMcCOACHInstagram https://www.instagram.com/people.soup/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peoplesouppod/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ross-mcintosh-261a2a22/Linktree - for links to many other podcast platforms and apps - linktr.ee/PeopleSoupAnd you can support the podcast by buying me a coffee! https://ko-fi.com/peoplesoup
174: Apple Fitness looks to challenge Peloton and our interview with Eric Goodman
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John Mills joins us to discuss Apple Fitness and Peloton's investor event.John Prewitt gives us a tour of Bike+.Ariel Levin from "Sweat with Swagger" talks about Robin Arzon expecting her first child.Dr. Jenn Mann - What is the difference between acceptance and just giving up?Crystal takes her first Peloton Bike Bootcamp.Bike+ features new calibration and allows you to reset your PRs.John Foley's 15-year goal...100 million users.Tonal now has a leaderboard.John Foley is now a billionaire.Will you be able to one day rent your Peloton?Flywheel files for bankruptcy.We hear rumors of a new clothing drop.Peloton Birthdays - Anna Greenberg and Robin ArzonAll this plus our interview with Eric Goodman!
Eric Goodman is the founder of Foundation Training, a core training philosophy. I challenge all of you to do a 30 day challenge with his work and see how your posture and surfing change! He's helped me tremendously over the last decade and I can't recommend his work highly enough.
Sacramento tattoer and great artist Eric Goodman is my guest for this episode of Durant and Rave. We talk Sac, music and the time Chris Acosta ate too many Monica brownies. We here at SH have also finally secured a way to help ensure we can stay open when this all blows over. So if you enjoy these podcasts, Savage Henry Magazine or the Savage Henry Comedy Club or just want to help the performing arts survive this, please consider donating. Even $1 will help. Thanks: Venmo: @Savage-Henry Savage Henry GoFundMe Thanks!