Rank #1: Ep. 119 – Laughing Your Way To Success with Stephanie Paul
On This Episode We Discuss:
- Who Stephanie is and what she does
- How Stephanie produced, cast, and directed the launch of the Calvin Klein CK1 Fragrance in New Zealand at age 21
- Stephanie’s acting role in the film Iron Sky
- How Stephanie started her company by accident
- The psychology tool “Stimulus Value” and the importance of understanding it
- The top traits we look for when communicating with other people
- The importance of knowing WHY we’re delivering a message and delivering it in a way that’s beneficial to your audience
- How Stephanie develops stories with her clients and teaches them how to use their emotions as tools
- Emotional intelligence
- Why laughter is the most contagious biological behavior we have
- Laughter yoga
- Stephanie’s workshop in February of 2020 and why you NEED to come
- A few books Stephanie recommends
Rank #2: Ep. 104 - Having the Courage To Create a Tribe with Dov Baron
Rank #3: Ep. 059 – Legal Stalking and Other Scary Tales from Michael Bazzell
Information is the life blood of the social engineer. Knowing how to obtain, locate, catalog and use all the info and their resources can be a daunting job. Our guest this month, Michael Bazzell, has made a career out of it. July 14, 2014 - See more at: http://www.social-engineer.org/podcast/ep-059-legal-stalking-scary-tales-michael-bazzell/#sthash.e5PTAVyW.dpuf
Rank #4: Ep. 103 - How To Be A Good Parent With Michael Bazzell
Michael Bazzell spent 18 years as a government computer crime investigator. During the majority of that time, he was assigned to the FBI's Cyber Crimes Task Force where he focused on open source intelligence, hacking cases, and personal data removal methods. As an active investigator for multiple organizations, he has been involved in numerous high-tech criminal investigations including online child solicitation, child abduction, kidnapping, cold-case homicide, terrorist threats, and high level computer intrusions. He has trained thousands of individuals in the use of his investigative techniques and privacy control strategies.
This month Michael talks about:
- Some actionable OSINT tips you can use now!
- His new book that you must read
- Tips on parenting, that we doubt you will want to follow
- His VM operating system that contains so many tools it could make an OSINT'er drool
- So much more....
Micahel's new book: Open Source Intelligence Techniques: Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information is a must read and he recommends our listeners check out: Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky
We know you will enjoy this episode!
Rank #5: Ep. 045 - Negotiation Skills Applied to Social Engineering
Negotiation skills - how closely do they mirror Social Engineering? Join us and our guest, Jenny “The Radcliffe” Radcliffe as we discuss these topics
Rank #6: Ep. 081 - How creepy are you?
Frank McAndrew is the Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology at Knox College. He is a social psychologist with interests in environmental and evolutionary psychology, and his research is guided by the simple desire to understand the psychology of everyday life. He is currently studying gossip, aggression, internet behavior, and paranormal experiences. His work is frequently featured in popular media outlets such as National Public Radio, the BBC, the New York Times, and NBC's "Today Show," and he has lectured widely throughout the United States, Europe, and Africa. He has also written for more than two dozen print and online magazines including Time, Newsweek, the Huffington Post, Scientific American, and The New Republic.
He join's us this month to discuss:
- How creepy are you?
- How do you know if you are creepy?
- Can you change if you are creepy?
- How can creepiness affect being a social engineer?
- Is Michele really creepy or sultry?
- Much much more
You can find out more about the Doc on his personal page at: http://www.frankmcandrew.com/ where you can find his research papers and other work too!
Rank #7: Ep. 105 – Networking is a Bad Word with Jordan Harbinger
Jordan Harbinger, formally from the Art of Charm, now hosts a new show called - The Jordan Harbinger Show. As a long time friend of the SEPodcast we wanted to discuss how Jordan restarted his life after parting ways with AOC.
Instead our conversation took a very interesting turn and we discussed some fascinating topics:
- How does who you know affect your abilities to advance?
- How do you keep and maintain useful relationships?
- Does what you know really add value?
- So much more...
Jordan shares some really interesting insights with us and gives us a new book recommendation:
Follow Jordan on his website https://www.jordanharbinger.com/ and stay tuned for much more from him.
Rank #8: Ep. 034 - Beating the Polygraph - Social Engineer Style
Can the polygraph be beaten? How can a social engineer utilize non-verbal communication to become an professional interviewer? Join us with our guest Mike Liwiki, an FBI veteran and professional Polygraph examiner as we answer these questions. Date May 14 2012
Rank #9: Ep. 078 - Curiosity, Trust and Getting Zen with Robin Dreeke
Join us for another amazing episode with one of our favorite guests Robin Dreeke.
He helps us with:
- Building on the 10 steps to rapport
- How do we apply the 5 steps to trust?
- Can this really make you more zen?
- What is the name of his new book?
- What is this? We are HORNSBY FREE!!
Rank #10: Ep. 026 - Kevin Mitnick - Raw, Uncensored and Uncut
Probably no other name is thought of more when people talk about social engineering than Kevin Mitnick. Kevin’s new book, “Ghost in the Wires” is now on the New York Times Best Seller list and there is a lot of comments, debates and opinions about Kevin floating around. The Social-Engineer.Org crew asks the questions that the rest of the world is afraid.
Rank #11: Ep. 055 - Learning to Notice What You See
Nonverbal communication is a pretty hot topic lately, especially with the release of Chris' newest book. This month we invite Paul Kelly, the technical editor of that book, friend and Ekman Group's main trainer to the podcast. Mar 10, 2014
Rank #12: Ep. 058 - How to Control Your Self Control
Self control is one thing we know little about, but thanks to new research we are understanding more of what it is and how we can control our self control. Join the SEPodcast crew while they chat with Dr. Inzlicht as we discuss this fascinating topic.
Rank #13: Ep. 033 - Hacking Human Behavior
Hackers are people who like to understand the deeper things in life. Those who aren’t satisfied with boundaries or being told how to think or what to do. Our guest this month is a true “hacker”, Josh Klein. Join us as we discuss what is hacking this month. Date April 09 2012
Rank #14: Ep. 079 - Overcoming obstacles by staying present
What would you do if you were in a car accident that lowered your IQ and then had doctors basically tell you to throw in the towel? Would you listen or would you fake it till you make and stay present? Find out what the truly inspirational Amy Cuddy did. March 14, 2016
Rank #15: Ep. 083 - Obviously the best podcast ever with Amy Herman
Amy Herman, JD, MA, designed, developed and conducts all sessions of the The Art of Perception. In addition to be an author of an amazing book, "Visual Intelligence."
She joins us this month for one of the best SEPodcast's ever. We will discuss:
- What is perception?
- How can you learn to be more observant?
- What are the words you might want to avoid using?
- What can you do if you use one of these words?
- What fields need help with observation?
Amy can be found on her twitter account AmyHermanAOP
Amy recommended two books that you might enjoy:
Rank #16: Ep. 031 - Profiling People with Social Media
Being able to build a successful profile is an essential tool for a social engineer. There are tools out there that specialize in gathering and detailing information on targets. What about social media? Chris Sumner helps us to use social media to build effective profiles on our targets Release Date Feb 13 2012 Download Standard Podcasts [...]
Rank #17: Ep. 032 - Non-Verbal Human Hacking
Emotions cause an involuntary muscular response that last only 1/25th of second to 1 sec on a human face. Being able to decode these reactions can help a person communicate on a very deep and personal level. But how can they be used as a social engineer? Join us and Dr. Paul Ekman, world renowned for his research into microexpressions, as we explore this fascinating topic Release Date March 12 2012
Rank #18: Ep. 109 – Do You Remember a Jennifer with Ian Rowland
I sense there is something important in your life? Something that you will be listening to shortly that will change the way you view... everything. Ian Rowland is a renowned expert into cold reading. In his book, "The Full Facts Book of Cold Reading", Ian explains exactly how cold reading works.
Despite being told exactly how this trickery works, notice how he still reads Cat during our podcast. We discuss:
- Do you know any Jennifer's?
- How does cold reading work?
- What application does Cold Reading have to social engineering?
- So much more...
Ian recommended a book for us this month: Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends & Influence People
Rank #19: Ep. 022 - Social Engineering for the Masses
Our guest Aaron Delwiche is a TED speaker and a college professor that focuses on the use of propaganda. His site is devoted to understanding how it works. Release Date May 19 2011