The Cocktail Party Effect with Leslie Irish Evans is a lifestyle podcast for intellectual seekers who like new ideas, clever tips, and good stories. Each program features an interview with a guest (authors, coaches, chefs & more) and includes a recipe for a well-crafted cocktail. As for the show’s name; it’s a real thing. Here’s the Wikipedia definition: The cocktail party effect is the phenomenon of being able to focus one’s auditory attention on a particular stimulus while filtering out a range of other stimuli, much the same way that a partygoer can focus on a single conversation in a noisy room. This effect is what allows most people to “tune into” a single voice and “tune out” all others.
By Leslie Irish Evans
How to guide your patients to heal themselves. <br> <br> Best read from the start. Go to "Older posts" at the bottom of the page and go back to "Introduction" <br> Audio available free from iTunes @ http://itunes.apple.com/nz/podcast/creating-a-healing-space/id442111710 <br> Dr Chris Cresswell <br> Emergency Medicine Physician <br> Whanganui New Zealand <br> <br> Edited by Kath Edwards RN, Dr Qasim Alam and Gwen Rei RN
By Dr Chris Cresswell, Emergency Medicine Physician, New Zealand
From politics to policy, environment to education, KPBS Evening Edition will give you the information you need to understand what’s happening - and why - in your local community. Each weeknight, host Joanne Faryon will break down the top news stories of the day supported by a team of expert KPBS reporters and newscast co-anchor Dwane Brown.
Pat Council and her special guests are dedicated to helping others "do life with power" by sharing knowledge so listeners can establish a quality lifestyle by learning the virtues and components of "well-being" and "wealth-building".
By Designing Your Life Today
Joel Zaslofsky from Value of Simple taps into all his simplifying, organizing, personal finance, relationship, and curation strategies in an eclectic mix of interview and solo episodes. Discover how to use unconventional skills and mindsets to find freedom from “stuff,” live intentionally, and maybe even ignite a personal renaissance. Joel’s not an expert, but he’s also “been there, done that” when it comes to the unsexy – but rewarding – side of life. Need help with investing, clutter busting, minimalism, self-improvement, spreadsheets, or being vulnerable? Smart and Simple Matters is your podcast.
By Joel Zaslofsky: Simplifier, Curator, Entrepreneur, Connector, and Spreadsheet Dude