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Enter the mind of the comedian and host as he dumps his thoughts out weekly. Whether it be his personal life, sport, music, entertainment, news or observation of others, he'll have an irreverent and irrelevant view. Follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @griffthejoker and check out darrangriffiths.com.
 
The idea behind 'Brain Dump' is simple and very powerful. In today's world, everything is polarised, everything is either black or white. But if you listen carefully to a wide range of different people, you will appreciate that all their perspectives have merit. Twitter: @Brain_Dump_Pod
 
Can setbacks fuel future success? When I coach entrepreneurs, I tell them, "Fail forward and fail fast, and every day will be a school day." What that means is that there is always a lesson to be had and failure is one of our greatest teachers. Approach every day as a school day. In this podcast,​ I will do my best to share with you my failures, business and personal, and all the lessons learned so that hopefully you don't have to repeat those same mistakes.
 
Critical thinking, self reflection and open mindedness is what's for dinner on the Brain Snacks podcast. This podcast is hosted by Jaxon Hubbard and Max War, with the goal of exploring and sharing life lessons. With the decline in rational conversation in society, we are striving to help, not only ourselves, but our listeners to be more introspective. Jaxon is a musician and artist currently working with the band Common Rarity. Max is a career musician and all around DIYer currently working ...
 
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Sometimes it's best to just DUMP the baggage. We are the sum of our experiences. But carrying around all of the negativity from those experiences can slow your progress in life. Learning from those negative experiences is always a positive, but continuing to think about those experiences, even years after, will not help you in your journey through …
 
In this mini companion episode to Stuck In Life E-3: Self Image and Getting Out of Your Head, Max talks about his thoughts on how we perceive ourselves. This podcast was filmed as a video podcast. To watch to full version and/or signup for the Brain Snacks Newsletter, visit our website at brainsnackspodcast.com. **Bowling For Soup's track "Don't be…
 
When is the last time you took a good hard look in the mirror? Is the person looking back at you the person you wanted to be? It's never too late to work on yourself. You're never too far gone. Are you willing to make an honest assessment of yourself, and work to be a better person? In Part THREE of the Stuck in Life Series, Jax and Max discuss how…
 
So, you heard the last episode, and you're completely on board with not writing being an essential part of writing. But what sort of not-writing is best? Some not-writing activities allow our best ideas to ferment away in the background, growing in goodness like a good batch of sauerkraut. Other not-writing activities, however, grind the whole ment…
 
There comes a time in everyone's life when you have to reevaluate what's most important to you. Everyone sets goals for themselves, and having the ability to adjust and redefine those goals is critical to maintaining your mental health. In Part TWO of the Stuck In Life Series, Jax and Max discuss how their goals have evolved over the years. What ch…
 
Everyone wants to feel successful, but what does that mean to you? Who's definition of success do you prescribe to? How do you measure success in your life? We think you'll find, after some honest self evaluation, that you're closer to success than you think. In Part ONE of of the FOUR Part Stuck In Life Series, Jax and Max discuss how their views …
 
Yeah, I know - you should be writing. Same here. Not writing enough is one of the worst sins a researcher can commit - and we're all committing it almost all of the time. But what if we've got 'not writing' all wrong? What if those procrastinating hours you spent trying to decide which font to use and what colour to paint your bedroom were actually…
 
In the second Episode of our introduction series we get to know Max War. This podcast was filmed as a video podcast. To watch the episode and/or signup for the Brain Snacks Newsletter, visit our website at brainsnackspodcast.com **Bowling For Soup's track "Don't be a dick!" is used with the expressed permission of the band. If you are unfamiliar wi…
 
Do you have a battle going on inside every time you try to achieve something important - a battle between the part of you that's trying to do well and your inner saboteur, who is determined to mess things up for you? Have you ever wondered why you work against yourself in this way? I mean, it's exhausting, right? The answer, my imperfect friends, i…
 
That productivity you care so much about: what's it for? For too many of us, it's not for anything. It's the ultimate end. Unless we're being productive, we feel like we're wasting our time, like we're being lazy, selfish, immoral, a loser. We can only bear to take a break because we think that not taking a break might harm our productivity. That's…
 
You know what I’m talking about. You set out to achieve something important, you manage to achieve it (because you’re awesome and of course you did) - but instead of celebrating, you tell yourself it was no big deal and that you probably weren’t aiming high enough anyway and omg how are you ever going to get anywhere if you keep chasing such tiny, …
 
Last week, you were storming it. Hitting your writing targets. Keeping up with emails. Getting everything done (well, more or less). So, why is everything suddenly such a struggle? Why is it that you can barely remember your own name, let alone find anything intelligent to say about ... well, anything? Congratulations, you have brain fog. But also,…
 
How many times have people told you that you should believe in yourself, and how many times have you responded by thinking, 'Pfft, how can I believe in myself when I see evidence of my inadequacy everywhere I look?'? Sorry, friend, but you see no such thing. Not only are your negative beliefs about yourself doing a great job at holding you back, th…
 
Q: Why is it that you manage to find all the focus, enthusiasm, and dedication you need when it comes to explaining why some dude on Reddit is NTA, but you can't bring yourself even to make a start on what you're actually supposed to be doing? A: It's because the way you think about what you're supposed to be doing is not the same as the way you th…
 
Lockdown is opening up and socialising is now a thing again, what better topic to discuss than introversion and extroversion? In this CHAT episode, Brain Dump collabs with Gem from First Impressions to share thoughts on this fascinating topic. Are you an introvert or an extrovert? How do you know? Please give the epsiode a share and let us know! Li…
 
HURRY! Listen now! This episode will expire in 13 hours, 49 minutes, and 37 seconds! You know that’s nonsense, right? Okay, but do you also realise that it’s nonsense that those other opportunities you’re considering - that not-quite-right project, that far-from-ideal job - are scarce resources that you’d better grab before they’re gone, or regret …
 
Your desk is covered with self-affirmations on Post-It notes, you spend 5 minutes every morning visualising yourself as Queen of the Universe, and you try not to stick your fingers in your ears whenever people say nice things about you. So why is it that you still struggle to believe that you're good enough? It's commonly thought that people with i…
 
In our inaugural episode, we get some background history on Jaxon Hubbard, the Jax part of Brain Snacks. He's the drummer for the Alabama based band Common Rarity. This podcast was recorded as a video podcast. If you'd like to watch it please click HERE! Dustin Tray and Andrew Entrekin are the producers of the podcast. brainsnackspodcast.com **Bowl…
 
Does writing make you anxious? Is having any original idea immediately followed by a nagging voice in your head telling you that it's probably rubbish? That's your inner reviewer 2. Here's how to deal with her. In this episode, you're going to learn 4 useful strategies for responding to your inner reviewer 2: Acknowledge that she's there and that s…
 
We get into a vicious circle when we’re anxious about our productivity. We get anxious about falling behind, our anxiety interferes with our work, and then we worry about falling even further behind. We tell ourselves we’d feel better if only we could work a bit faster - but instead we end up watching cat videos on YouTube. It doesn’t have to be li…
 
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