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013 Psychopathic offenders with Dr. Lindsay Sewall

The Shift Show presents: Psychopathic offenders with Dr. Lindsay Sewall

Zac and Lindsay discuss psychopathic offenders. What exactly makes someone a psychopath? Well, it’s a combination of many factors such as lack of empathy, impulsiveness, manipulation, and past criminal behaviour – among many others.

Lindsay also analyzes psychopaths in cinema – from Buffalo Bill’s psychotic episodes to Tony Montana’s macho, violent behaviour. Check out our latest episode!

*Intro music courtesy of Bensound

Infographic courtesy of Chiqui Esteban via http://patrickgarvin.com/

012 Appetite for Life: The Psychology of Movement Lab with Myron Cossitt and Edward King

In our first official episode of Appetite for Life, Chantele and Kristi chat with Myron Cossitt and Edward King from Edmonton’s CrossFit Movement Lab. The duo created the business with the hopes of inspiring people to try new things in a safe environment. They encourage people to confront the things they want to change about themselves, and find that ‘self-love’. 

Sound familiar? Well, that’s because that is exactly what we do at Shift!

 

 

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010 Brené Brown is my spirit animal

 

At the end of February, a few of our staff went to Banff and attended The Gathering – an exclusive union of the world’s bravest brands. The keynote speaker was Brené Brown, a well-respected ‘shame and vulnerability’ researcher and storyteller.

In this episode of the Shift Show, Zac talks with our very own Dr. Lindsay Sewall – a Brené Brown fanatic – about what she learned from Brown while at The Gathering.

“If we dress rehearse tragedy in great moments, then we squander the joy we need when hard things happen.” – Brené Brown

“Until we receive support without judgement, we cannot give support without judgement.” – Brené Brown