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Applied Curiosity Lab Radio
34 minutes | 7 months ago
ACLR: What’s Good Thinking?
Welcome to the season 2 finale of Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. We're chopping on the Curiosity Bite about good thinking. Are you a good thinker? How do you know? What is good thinking? Follow Becki on LinkedIn to continue the good thinking conversation on Good Thinking on LinkedIn LIVE (Mondays 9am PT/4pm GMT)...streamed LIVE on Becki's YouTube channel, too!
36 minutes | 7 months ago
ACLR: How Do You Judge A Person?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. Sorry about the audio, but don't let that stop you from chomping on this Curiosity Bite: How Do You Judge a Person? If you had to judge someone by their face, but were unable to determine their sex, gender, race, or nationality what would you use to judge the person? What's the first thing that comes to mind?
33 minutes | 7 months ago
ACLR: How Do You Know How You Should Feel?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. In this episode of ACLR we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring how you know how you SHOULD feel? How does how you feel relate to how you think you SHOULD feel? Can you understand how you should feel without comparison?
22 minutes | 7 months ago
ACLR: What Current Trend Do You Wish Would Continue?
Welcome back to ACLR, you relentless curiosity seeker. We're chomping on the Curiosity Bite exploring trends. What trends would you like to continue? What trends are you happy to see disappear forever? We're using a TikTok trend to play "who's more likely?" How is Becki likely to die?
35 minutes | 7 months ago
ACLR: How Often Do You Consider the Preposterous to Solve the Impossible?
Welcome to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. This episode of ACLR chomps on the curiosity bite about the role of preposterous ideas in solving seemingly impossible problems. What's your most pressing problem? What's the most preposterous idea you can come up with that could help you solve this problem?
30 minutes | 8 months ago
ACLR: What’s Something You Pretend to Care About?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio, the podcast for the relentlessly curious. This episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite that forces a confession about what we pretend to care about more than we do. What are the things we pretend to care about? What are the main reasons we pretend to care?
35 minutes | 8 months ago
ACLR: What Fairy Tale Offers the Best Life Lesson?
Once upon a time...you listened to your first podcast. When did you first listen to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio? What was your first favorite fairy tale? Today's Curiosity Bite asks you to examine the role fairy tales have played in your life. How do you know that you'll live happily ever after?
35 minutes | 8 months ago
ACLR: What Does Your Silence Mean?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. Today's episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite the explores silence. What does your own silence mean? Does your silence effectively communicate? How do you interpret the silence of others? When is silence powerful...and when is it dangerous?
23 minutes | 9 months ago
ACLR: What Life Skills are Extremely Useful but Rarely Taught?
Welcome to ACLR you relentlessly curious adventurer. In this episode we're chomping on the Curiosity Bite that explores life skills. What life skill have you been meaning to learn? What life skill do you have that most people don't have? How do you measure these skills? Listen & chomp with us.
25 minutes | 9 months ago
ACLR: What Makes You Roll Your Eyes Every Time?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bite to explore what makes you roll your eyes and what makes other people roll their eyes? How do we benefit from rolling our eyes?
29 minutes | 9 months ago
ACLR: When Do You Act Nonchalant When You’re Going Crazy Inside?
Welcome back to ACLR where today's episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite exploring how we feel on the inside and how we present on the outside. Does authenticity require a match between what we feel on the inside and what we present on the outside? Is authenticity more important than appropriateness?
29 minutes | 9 months ago
ACLR: What About Your Life Will Your Descendants Be Most Curious About?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio you adventurous curiosity seeker. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring what about our lives do we think will be most interesting to future generations. What are the quintessential moments of your life?
46 minutes | 10 months ago
ACLR: Do You Give a More or Less Accurate First Impression Than Most?
Welcome back to ACLR. Pardon the sound quality, but hopefully this is not your first time listening because we wouldn't want to give the wrong first impression. Do you make an accurate first impression? That's the Curiosity Bite. Chomp. Enjoy.
39 minutes | 10 months ago
ACLR: What Causes the Most Harm in the World That’s Completely Avoidable?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring the harmful things we do that are completely avoidable. We recorded this episode in the days before the world's lens turned on the Corona Virus. How different would this conversation be today?
26 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: At What Age Can We No Longer Be Considered Innocent?
Welcome back to ACLR. Here's the Curiosity Bite for you to chomp on: If babies are innocent, at what age can a person no longer be considered innocent? What factors do we consider? What factors should we consider? Can you identify when you lost your innocence?
29 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: If You Had to Disappear and Start a New Life, What Would It Look Like?
Welcome to ACLR, the podcast for the relentlessly curious. In this episode we chomp on the Curiosity Bites exploring what it would look like to ditch your life and create a new one. What would you do? Get tips from the Witness Protection Program.
39 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: By What Standards Do You Judge Yourself?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. This episode chomps on the Curiosity Bite exploring how we judge and create our own standards. How do we know if our judgment is good? How do we know if our standards need resetting?
37 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: What Would It Look Like to Wage Peace?
Welcome back to ACLR, you relentlessly curious adventurer! If you were going to commit yourself to waging peace, what would that look like? What would you be willing to sacrifice to wage peace? What would success look like?
35 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: What’s Your Definition of Evil?
Warning: In this episode of Applied Curiosity Lab Radio we talk about evil, and evil can be shocking. We're not trying to be shocking, but in order to chomp on this Curiosity Bite, Jennifer and I discuss unpleasant things. Who's truly evil and how did they get that way?
31 minutes | a year ago
ACLR: What Do We Owe Our Distant Descendants?
Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio where we chomp on the Curiosity Bite exploring what duty we own future generations. How is this different from what you owe your own distant descendants? Can you guess the Sortafact?
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