Host Paul Yeager (scientist, author, IT staff) will combine logic, common sense, and even a little spirituality to help listeners find the answers that are already inside all of us. Life is an inside job. Feedback is welcome via email (PYeager123@comcast.net).
What you want might be out there...if you look for it. Join host Paul Yeager for this important discussion, illustrated by a discussion about hotdog buns and yogurt.
Join host Paul Yeager as he shares an inspirational story about how to get what you want, including the steps to make it happen.
If you want to be unhappy, then think about what you want to do...plan what you want to do...dream about what you want to do...but take no action.
Join host Paul Yeager for this reverse psychology edition of The Inside Answer.
There are many ways for you to help yourself, and host Paul Yeager deals with a very practical one in this podcast: the value of simple, direct language. You can't go wrong with it.
If you want to do more (or at least do more better), then you need to slow down. Join host Paul Yeager to learn more about this important topic in our focus-challenged world.
Now that you know the importance of focusing (podcast 118), host Paul Yeager shares some practical tips for how to focus.
One simple way to greatly improve your life is through improving your focus. Join host Paul Yeager for this important discussion.
The general theme of the podcast is "the answers are inside of you," but the theme of this specific podcast is about how those answers are not as deeply buried inside of you as you might think.
It's a powerful way in which you can help yourself.
Join host Paul Yeager for a discussion that will lead to more calmness and happiness in your life--not being defensive.
Join host Paul Yeager for a ho-ho-ho time as he shares a Christmas version of Laughter Is the Best Medicine.
Just two podcasts ago, host Paul Yeager warned of the dangers of comparing yourself to others, but in this episode he talks about comparing yourself to others. Either Paul has lost his mind, or he gives you permission to compare yourself in useful ways.
Host Paul Yeager talks a little more about the importance of lifelong learning, and he also shares some of the things that he's learned recently.
We've probably all heard it before--that we shouldn't compare ourselves to others--but host Paul Yeager puts his spin on the topic, including why it just isn't possible. That alone should be reason enough to not do it, but it also damages your psyche.
Racism and political violence isn't a typical topic for the Inside Answer, but it is driven by human nature, so join host Paul Yeager for this important discussion.
Host Paul Yeager (and executive producer Sherry Coven) thinks that we spend too much time looking to be entertained and too little time learning.
Join Paul's discussion on the importance of learning and how to track your learning for best results.
Join host Paul Yeager for one of his patented, off-topic humor podcasts. You'll be glad you did (maybe).
Paul Yeager tackles a very important topic, one that is the key to happiness, or at least is a key to having the possibility of happiness: acceptance of things in the past that you wish were different. And you must accept those things, whether they are insignificant or life-shattering.
Positive thinking has been lauded for generations, but there are some pitfalls to watch out for. Join host Paul Yeager as he discusses why you cannot simply positive-think yourself to a better life.
Once again, host Paul Yeager shares short snippets of wisdom that will likely be developed into full podcasts at a later date.
Join host Paul Yeager for the second part of his theories about why you might not be getting answers even if you're asking questions, and he makes suggestions for how to improve the results.
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