Josh: The Podcast, Episode 37: Thinking opposite with Alison Donaghey of Domino Thinking

Step into someone else's shoes and think opposite at least once a day. Alison Donaghey of Domino Thinking gets into empathy, setting a why for your business and some of her favorite tools. We talk a little bit about Canadian and American politics, charitable giving and a challenge for 2017. This was really cool. I hope you enjoy!

Links
Domino Thinking | Twitter | Facebook
My running goal, accomplished
Someone intentionally gave a pundit a seizure
3-year-old shot, killed in road rage incident
Change Your Business, Change the World (Alison's book)
Pegasus Riding Academy
Stephen Lewis Foundation
"Timeless"
Jonah Lehrer's books
Acuity
Kyle Cease
The Four-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
If This Then That

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 36: ‘People don’t control who you are,’ a conversation with Ash Said It!

ashI had a great time speaking Ash from Ash Said It. She is SO full of energy I almost grew hair! We only spoke for about a half hour, but there are enough lessons in here for a lifetime (or at least a couple years).

We discuss loss, mistakes, faith, energy, hope and creativity, and Ash offers up a challenge for you for 2017. We also talk about big news she got just a few hours before we spoke.

Links
Ash Said It! | Twitter
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The Power of Broke by Daymond John
Ash on iHeartRadio

Listen to "Michelle Obama's people called #ashsaidit" on Spreaker.

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 35: Maximiliano Campos of The Blind Hour

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Damn this was a fun podcast! We talk with Maximiliano Campos of The Blind Hour podcast. Max went blind at 12 years old from a degenerative illness, and, to get him good medical help, his parents up and moved the family from Brazil to Boston. Max had to learn how to navigate as a newly blind teen while learning both English and Braille AND deal with becoming a teenager all at the same time. Holy crap.

We talk about how blind people see dreams, rollerblading and choosing a positive outlook. Oh, and of course we talk about the "Porn for Blindies" episode of his podcast. Any medical issues they had, the medical malpractice attorneys at Hastings Law Firm deal with medical negligence cases, so they were well prepared.

Importantly, Max also talks about the Americans with Disabilities Act.

We did hit some audio glitches, but hopefully that won't detract from your enjoyment of this episode.

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Blind Hour Podcast | Twitter | Facebook | camposmda(at)gmail(dot)com
Retinitis pigmentosa
Vorail
Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 34: Time keeps on tickin’

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We talk about World AIDS Day, being nice to each other, being on the same team as Americans, flag-burning, liberty and there's rumors we may have some guests coming up.

Links
World AIDS Day
Secret Service paying millions for Trump Tower space
Enmarket Savannah Bridge Run
Steven Kotler
Flow Genome Project
Kotler on Joe Rogan's podcast
867 hate incidents reported in 10 days after election
Rider accused of beating taxi driver, yelling "Trump"
Trump's Carrier deal

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 33: Happy Thanksgiving

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For the record, there has never been a Thanksgiving dinner plate at my house that was this neat and organized. If you're the kind of person who makes a neat, organized plate at dinner, you should maybe decline an invitation to Thanksgiving with my family. Not because we're not lovely people, but because your need for organization will be flailed and you'll probably starve.

Really short episode from the parking lot of the Creators' Foundry today, just to say thanks, remind you to shop local and to not just feel gratitude, but show it as well.

Links
Creators' Foundry / Creative Coast
1 Million Cups
Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse
Cowboy's comment to my Facebook post
JKWD episode on gratitude
SyracuseFirst
Buy Local Savannah

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 32: A Bill of Rights problem. Plus: Creativity, fear and hard work

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We're still talking about Trump's transition to the White House and some of the public fallout, fear, etc. We also talk about the Second Amendment and the First Amendment. And we take some time to digress to talk about creativity, hard work and more.

Warning: Explicit, and maybe loud

Links
Bill of Rights (full text)
3-year-old shot, killed in Michigan
The Culture of Fear by Barry Glassner
The Playbook by Omkari Williams
2016 running goal
Steal Like an Artist Journal by Austin Kleon
• Mike Rowe on Lewis Howes' Podcast Part 1 | Part 2
Man tells woman to take off hijab or he'll set her on fire
"Kill kill kill blacks" written on wall at elementary school
Steve Bannon appointed Donald Trump's chief strategist White nationalists love it
Trump tells protesters not to worry, and asks supporters to stop the violence

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 31: Parsing the election

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We're rambling and such about the US election because we...wait for it...elected a reality TV star with four bankruptcies behind him to run the country. In the words of comedian and cage fighting commentator Joe Rogan, "Wait, what..."

Wait, what...

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Links
Parsing the election
Yes, people really do hate Jewish journalists
Newspaper front pages after the election
The myth of two Americas
Rock n Roll Savannah
Some organizations that could use your help (not an endorsement of all of them)
NPR: Trump's first 100 days/Trump meets Mitch McConnell

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 30: Running, voting and rambling

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From The New York Times, September 25, 1972.

Well, it's that time. Saturday is race day, Tuesday is Election Day and, well, I feel like rambling.

Links
Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72 by Hunter S. Thompson
Rock 'n' Roll Race Series
Last year's race diary
AP: Good riddance, Campaign 2016, you put the "ugh" in ugly
• Thanks, Mitch, for pointing me to RealTrueNews

Georgia Elections Fraud hotline: 877-725-9797
Tim Ferriss with DHH — they discuss "highlight reel" around 2:25:00
Duncan Trussell with Catherine Powers
Joe Rogan with Christine Hassler
• Wim Hof talking with Joe Rogan and Lewis Howes
1972 election
1984 election

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 29: Empathy

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Today we discuss empathy and holding yourself to the same standard you hold others. Short show this week. Next week will be longer and more ranty. Promise!

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PodcastGuests.com
Henry Rollins on Ari Shaffir's podcast (Comments on election around 2:25:30)

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Josh: The Podcast, Episode 28: Peaceful transfer

We discuss Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election, Webb Military Museum, and running in Savannah post-Hurricane Matthew.

Links
Watch the debate
FiveThirtyEight's election forecast
SUNY Stony Brook prof says 87% chance Trump wins
Tondee's Tavern
Webb Military Museum
Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah
Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series

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