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The last Episode of the season for Calm and Collected podcast S2 In this episode, we are gonna talk about social media, its influence on communication, on how it can change our thinking about the world.
In this episode we are going to talk about romantic/sexual tension, what it means, do you even need it, and how to build it. We will talk about teasing and humour as well, and why is it important to do it genuinely and honestly.
Welcome to the 10 episodes, when we are going to talk about how to do a Post Mortem on possible relationships and the five love languages. These are: Touch Words of affirmation Quality time Gifts And the most confusing one, Acts of Service
In this episode, we are going to talk about awkward tension and how to dispel it. First, we are going to talk about awkward tension, and where it comes from and what can it do. Then restating the other person argument. And lastly, building rap
In this episode, we are going to talk about the definition of tension, and the two things you can do to make your relationships simpler and better: Make your intentions clear. Boundaries and how to use them.
In this episode, we are going to talk about ending a conversation in a pleasant way, that leaves you and the other parties satisfied, and maybe, just maybe, even make them want to meet you in the future.
In this episode, we are going to talk about a few ways to kill a conversation, and most importantly, how to avoid it. At the end of the day, everyone wants fulfilling and positive conversations, and it's essential to know how to do it. There wi
In this episode, we are going to talk about keeping a conversation rolling, by using multiple conversation threads, oversharing and talking about other people's interest. Oh, and we are going to talk about Silence, the most underrated weapon of
In this episode, we are going to talk about approaching strangers, how to start a conversation, and most importantly, your intention for starting a dialogue with a stranger.
In this episode we are going to talk about body language, more specifically: Open/active listening, Spine and its function, And gesticulation.
In this episode, we are going to talk about energy levels in conversation and its calibration. These can be put in six broad categories. Introverted - Extroverted High Energy - Low Energy High Spirits - Low Spirits
In this episode, we are gonna talk about why should we bother at all to communicate with people, the importance of being genuinely interested in people, and most importantly, the frame of mind you are bringing to a discussion
In this episode, I am going to delve into a question that is harder to answer than you might think, why write, why put hours upon of hours of work, why do anything at all.
In this episode, we are going to talk about more concrete writing phenomenons, pantsing, planning and writer's block.
This is probably the most critical episode of the season. Building on everything we talked about before, we are going talk about practical habits that will help you propel forward. These are the keystone habit (All other patterns can be built o
This episode is all about the writing space, and the best methods, time, and environment you can create to maximise your writing potential. We are going to talk about how to recharge this energy once it's depleted, so you can continue cracking
In this episode, we are going to talk about one of the most misunderstood resource we humans have, willpower, and how it can be exercised to its maximum potential. There will be one other critical topic of discussion, which I won't spoil in thi
This episode is all about the writers greatest tool, boredom and imagination. The main topics of discussion will be attention, a resource that you should spend wisely, daydreaming (the most important tool in our arsenal), and resting the mind
This episode is all about planning, making goals, scheduling, chunking, and why adopting this habits is essential and beneficial even for a creative task like writing. The second topic is about punching your inner editor in the face, and why yo
In this episode, we are going to talk about how to find time to write, to pursue your passion, in this busy schedule, we call life. The second topic of discussion is the toolbox fallacy, and how this principle, if not handled properly, can stop
In this episode, there are two main topics we will discuss, thinking like a writer and why is that important, and the second, making piece with the writing process.​
In this episode, I'm going to introduce you to the concepts I am going to talk about, length, structure, and what you will learn by listening to the whole season. One important thing, this is not a season about writing tips (How to write ending
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