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In this long-awaited positive psychology podcast by researcher Hugo Alberts, Ph.D. and entrepreneur Seph Fontane Pennock, you will learn practical strategies for increasing mental well-being. Your hosts will not only discuss topics like meaning, gratitude, and strengths but will also reveal their private stories to show you how they put the science behind positive psychology into practice.

PositivePsychology.com Podcast Seph Fontane Pennock & Hugo Alberts

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In this long-awaited positive psychology podcast by researcher Hugo Alberts, Ph.D. and entrepreneur Seph Fontane Pennock, you will learn practical strategies for increasing mental well-being. Your hosts will not only discuss topics like meaning, gratitude, and strengths but will also reveal their private stories to show you how they put the science behind positive psychology into practice.

    #7 - Finding Focus in an Age of Distraction

    #7 - Finding Focus in an Age of Distraction

    In this conversation, Hugo and Seph discuss today's challenge -and the costs of- distraction. How can we reap the benefits of deep focus and end the day with a sense of achievement and fulfillment? Is it enough to eliminate distractions? Or is there a deeper issue that we need to address?
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    • 41 min
    #6 - Nicole Geschwind on Positive CBT

    #6 - Nicole Geschwind on Positive CBT

    In this episode on the PositivePsychology.com podcast, Hugo talks with Positive CBT expert and researcher Nicole Geschwind. Nicole has some really interesting insights to share on positive emotions and mindfulness, as well as practical strategies for applying Positive CBT.
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    • 51 min
    #5 - Effortless Being

    #5 - Effortless Being

    Do we really constantly have to push the membrane of reality? Or is there a way to spend more time in flow and to live more effortlessly? Hugo and Seph discuss the topic of effortful being and its opposite: effortless being. 
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    • 50 min
    #4 - Exploring Humility and What It Means To Be Humble

    #4 - Exploring Humility and What It Means To Be Humble

    In this episode, Hugo and Seph talk about what it means to be humble, how diving very deep in a topic can foster humility, and why the whole social justice movement is a perfect example of a lack of humility.
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    • 33 min
    #3 - How Positive Psychology Can Be Dangerous

    #3 - How Positive Psychology Can Be Dangerous

    Blindly applying positive psychology can be dangerous if you don't take the following factors into account. In this podcast, Hugo Alberts and Seph Fontane Pennock discuss why it is so important to 'meet clients where they are' and how forcing progress or awareness onto your client can be counter-productive.
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    • 46 min
    #2 - Passion, Work, and Money

    #2 - Passion, Work, and Money

    In this episode, Hugo and Seph talk about their entrepreneurial journey, their passion, and the tough decisions they've had to make in order to follow it. Packed with a lot of practical and strategic tips, listening to this episode may inspire you to find and follow your own passion in a way that serves others and allows you to live a more authentic life.
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    • 1 hr 2 min

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