http://www.stitcher.com/s The Art of Manliness Podcast, episode #562: How Boxing Can Fight Parkinson's Disease Nurse and Boxer Aaron Sloan coaches Parkinson's patients in his Tulsa, Oklahoma boxing gym, Engine Room Boxing. He talks about how boxing benefits his clients and plans to train other boxing gyms in the program. Featured image by Shaun Bell on… Continue reading Hitting Helps: a Podcast About Parkinson’s
One Percent Better Podcast, ep. 109 I intentionally go through life with big eyes, big ears, and a small mouth." -Kevin Eastman, author Why the Best Are the Best, as heard on One Percent Better Podcast, episode 109: What Makes the Best 1% Better w/ Kevin Eastman Featured image by Vincent van Zalinge on Unsplash.
Order of Man Podcast: Protect / Provide / Preside There are good people, who are making valid claims, that will go through the process the way it should be, but there's also those who are exploiting that particular loophole.Jason Owens Ryan Michler talks with Jason Owens, Chief Patrol Agent of the U.S. Customs and Border… Continue reading On the Front Line: a Border Patrol Officer Speaks
Longform Podcast ep. 353 The most sacred thing is the reader's attention.Baxter Holmes, as heard on Longform Podcast Famous for his peanut butter and jelly story, "The NBA's Secret Addiction," ESPN writer Baxter Holmes shares about the writing life--a fascinating interview. What drives a professional sportswriter? After years of success and work, what are his… Continue reading Story, Memory, and Attention: Baxter Holmes Interview
Create something and make mistakes, because you will actually learn so much more that way. Look for inspiration in others but don't compare yourself to them because that can be a blocker on your path.Linh, self-taught LEGO software engineer freeCodeCamp podast episode #74 Ep. 74: From biochemical engineer to software engineer at LEGO Image by… Continue reading Quotes about Mistakes and Comparison
The Art of Manliness podcast #532: How to Create a Neighborhood Where Kids Play Outside Terrific interview with Mark Lanza, author of Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Place of Play. He wanted to bring back the archaic practice of kids playing outside. So he did. And he wrote a book to help you do… Continue reading “Go play outside!”
Whatever your topic is...give your reader [or] your audience member...a specific, [recurring] activity...that is ...every day or at least once a week, if you want to change people's lives...and...make it a word-of-mouth phenomenon...Hal Elrod, author of The Miracle Morning, sold 130,000 copies during his year battling cancer and zero book promotions Quote from Do It… Continue reading How to Change Behavior in a Meaningful Way
...to stick out as an applicant, you should contribute to open source. Don't be afraid to fail...Programming is tough in the beginning. If you push through that, you're going to make it happen. -Joe Previte, front-end developer Episode 72, freeCodeCamp Podcast If you ever thought, "maybe," about coding but you just aren't sure, this is… Continue reading Quote on Programming