TL;DR/AKA: streaming for dorks, dweebs, nerds and/or geeks…

A list of media that I watch/listen to whilst cooking to refresh my understanding of tasty topics.

It’s kind of like me asking myself - what is the Question of The Day - and finding something to help.

Usually where someone has gone deep into an area of practice that I think has had, or could have, a significant impact on the quality of our lives.

I also like to think of this as Spaced Repetition Strategy, I’ve probably already consumed the long form format, like read or listened to the book, and this helps to bring back the information in a way that is easily digestible. I will watch or have watched these more than once, so I keep them here to easily find again.

…or perhaps there’s just something I would like my children to overhear…

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals - Stephen Duneier

First watched: 12 Dec 2019

Dreams over Streams
The Path of Least Resistance - Robert Fritz

First watched: 09 May 2019

Structure Determines Behaviour
Essentialism - Greg McKeown

First watched: 22 Mar 2019

The disciplined pursuit of less but better...
The Four Tendencies - Gretchin Rubin

First watched: 19 Dec 2018

Helps to remember we all think differently, we are all different characters, which we can make adjustments for.
The Circadian Code - Satchin Panda

First watched: 19 Nov 2018

Lifestyle is what, WHEN and how much we Eat, Sleep, and Move on a daily basis.
Why some of us don't have one true calling - Emilie Wapnick

First watched: 19 Oct 2018

Such an epiphany from this one. Explains why I like to get to the core principles of new topics... and that not everyone thinks like I do.
How Your Brain Can Turn Anxiety into Calmness - Martin L. Rossman

First watched: 15 Apr 2018

Discovered whilst researching Visual Imagery as a way to overcome trauma to help with chronic pain. #lovethisguy #watchedatleasttentimes #hopeithelps
Treating Pain Using the Brain - David Butler

First watched: 13 Jan 2017

An Abundance of Caring
Happiness What Your Mother Didnt Tell You - Prof Dan Gilbert

First watched: 14 Dec 2013

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