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The team behind the BTP Podcast aims to equip the listeners with the type of information that allows one to be prepared for making decisions that allows one’s future to be better than one’s present!

The main themes of BTP are success, leadership, education, futurism, technology, and foreign language education. The podcast includes various editions such as the standard episodic edition, Let’s Talk edition, the Solo Round, the Polyglot Edition, and the Interview edition.

Beyond the Present Podcast BTP

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    • 4.4, 5 Ratings

The team behind the BTP Podcast aims to equip the listeners with the type of information that allows one to be prepared for making decisions that allows one’s future to be better than one’s present!

The main themes of BTP are success, leadership, education, futurism, technology, and foreign language education. The podcast includes various editions such as the standard episodic edition, Let’s Talk edition, the Solo Round, the Polyglot Edition, and the Interview edition.

    #122 - Let's Talk: Diplomacy

    #122 - Let's Talk: Diplomacy

    The word diplomacy brings into mind images of politicians discussing comprehensive deals among nations but the truth of the matter is that diplomacy is not something that happens only in politics, rather, it is an essential component of every human relationship that includes peace, cooperation, mutual respect, and understanding among in a group of individuals as small as a newly wed couple and as large the United Nations with all its member countries.In this episode of Beyond the Present podcast Dan and Poujix discuss the issue of diplomacy as it applies to our personal and professional lives and offer ways to avoid diplomacy being replaced by fights and arguments.

    • 24 min
    #121 - Solo: The Crisis of Masculinity

    #121 - Solo: The Crisis of Masculinity

     
    As we celebrated Father’s Day the issue of masculinity has been brought back to spotlight. If you are a man then answer these questions: 
     
    1-Are you in a relationship with a woman who is in control of the relationship? 
    2- Do you feel like other people don’t understand you or don’t appreciate you? 
    3- Do you prefer yoga and massage over weightlifting and aerobic?
    4- Do you lack self confidence, dominance, and assertiveness? 
    5- Do you feel like you lack goal orientation, focus, and persistence? 
    6- Have you experienced serious depression caused by an emotionally triggering event that lasted for a very long time and didn’t go away naturally or with the help of mental health professionals? 
    7- Do you prefer crying about a problem instead of channeling your aggression to solve the problem? 
     
    If you answered yes to any of these questions then the chances are you are involved with masculinity crisis that has alas gone rampant in the modern world. Young men in these days spend most of their primitive years until the age of 12 with their mothers and their female teachers at elementary schools as often their fathers are out working and later in life they also spend most of their time at home with their girlfriends or wives and at some point they look back at their lives and wonder why they lack masculinity! In this solo edition of Beyond the Present podcast Daniel explains the reason behind the spread of masculinity crisis among men and offers the guidelines on how any man can deal with this crisis and reclaim his manhood.

    • 17 min
    #120 - Let's Talk: The Precautionary Principle

    #120 - Let's Talk: The Precautionary Principle

    One of the common divisions in our modern global societies is whether a community is resistant towards change and innovation or accepting of it. What do genetically modified food, children adopted by LGBT families, and abandoning coal mining for renewable energy have in common? They are all progressive plans that require a society that is open to new things; however, is accepting all things new necessarily the key to progress and life satisfaction? In this episode of Beyond the Present podcast Dan and Poujix discuss this issue in depth and explain why the optimum approach is the moderate one that is open to new things but is still rooted in the tried and true methods of the recent past.

    • 23 min
    #119 - Solo: Beyond the Color of Skin

    #119 - Solo: Beyond the Color of Skin

     
    Enough is enough! Those are the words shared by the masses not only in the United States but also all over the world following the unfair and unjust death of George Floyd that once again reminded us of the presence of racism in the modern world despite all the progress that we have made in all other areas of life. In this short talk Daniel will discuss why it is important to take a hard look at the issue of racism and he goes on to offer two major solutions to gradually reduce and eventually eliminate racism once and for all! 

    • 19 min
    #118 - COVID-19 update: From economy to heath, how is the world coping or isn't

    #118 - COVID-19 update: From economy to heath, how is the world coping or isn't

    The latest development in the research done regarding the coronavirus has proven that the virus was not as deadly as initially thought and in the world of politics new allegations against the government of China have been made. In this short episode we bring for you the latest update on the COVID19 pandemic and how it might change the world in ways the we could initially imagine. 

    • 24 min
    #117 - Mandelbrot Set, Fractals & The Quest For A Deeper Reality

    #117 - Mandelbrot Set, Fractals & The Quest For A Deeper Reality

    Image by Barbara A Lane from Pixabay 
    In conversation with Deep & Govind entertaining thoughts on Fractals and the nature of reality. 
    Deep is a quantum Computing and UFO researcher, avid participant of Reality and CEO of ReactiveQ, VP AI UAPx.
    Govind has interests in computation models of cognition, using fractals to model dynamic systems, logic programming and fractals in number theory.
    Projects he is working on:
    SecureDLT
    Rabbithole
    Legal Hackers at UofT Law
    This episode was recorded in March and all mentions of COVID-19 are quite irrelevant to today.
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    • 55 min

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