An unprofessional pretending to be good at things
Almost everyone has moments where they can't get down to work on something important. And for some, procrastination creeps into every part of their lives. So with some serious help from Dr. Joseph Ferrari from DePaul University in Chicago, we're starting 2021 on the right foot by figuring out why we work against ourselves by avoiding getting it done! Check out Dr. Ferrari's blog on Psychology Today at (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/still-procrastinating) And find his outstanding book on the topic of procrastination at (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0470611588/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_x_-im8Fb0300Y8E)   Follow Assorted Goods on social media @AssortedGoodsPC (Twitter), and @AssortedGoodsPod (Insta) Also check out AssortedGoodsPod.com for some extras, and additional articles on the topics the show covers.
Time. It's so elemental to our lives that we never stop to think about the simple idea, what is time? But time is also such an overwhelming part of almost everything we do. This episode, we're taking a look at the very idea of time itself, how it plays a role in our lives, and why it can behave in mysterious ways. Come on a trip through time, here on Assorted Goods.   AssortedGoodsPod.com Twitter (@AssortedGoodsPC) Insta (@AssortedGoodsPod)
Climate stories are always feel too big to wrap our heads around, so maybe a good way to approach the topic is to treat it like the gigantic issue it is. When we talk about cities slipping underwater, or extreme heat scorching regions of the world, how come we aren't talking about what that means? And how its all connected? In this century, tens of millions of people will be forced to move, and so much more about the way we live will change. So, when people talk about saving the earth, are we forgetting that we also need to save ourselves? Take a dive into the rising waters as Dan tries to figure out the big picture of what climate change will mean.   AssortedGoodsPod.com Twitter (@AssortedGoodsPC) Insta (@AssortedGoodsPod)
Bill McKay is a candidate for the U.S. Senate from California. He has no chance of winning...but as he starts to gain traction, he finds himself making a series of compromises that changes what he stands for and who he is. Tune in as Chris talks John V. Tunney, last lines, & Dan Quayle missing the point- plus stick around for a special guest joining us in "The Sidecar," as the LSCE screens 1972's political satire "The Candidate." Join us!  Check us out at www.LSCEP.com Subscribe, Like, & Review. Listen Here: Did you know we are on Amazon Music Now? I KNOW! Awesome, right? https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/c60fbdef-49de-4256-8d29-c5c0d0a4626d/I-Saw-It-On-Linden-Street Fan of Assorted Goods? You should be! Find and Listen to it here: https://www.assortedgoodspod.com/  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message
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Creator Details

Episode Count
94
Podcast Count
12
Total Airtime
2 days, 5 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 885000