Reality Check

CLIFFCENTRAL.COM  |  Podcast , ±12 min episodes every 2 weeks, 1 day  | 
Rich Mulholland helps us solve an annoying problem, cut through the crap and make sense of the nonsense. Like a shot of adrenaline, Rich plugs us into his high-voltage supercharger to see the world in glorious HD, at high speed and de-clutter the confusing journey of being human. What better way to start your week than inspired and empowered with clarity?

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Designated phone person

As a non-drinker, Rich is often the designated driver at social functions. Taking the concept further, he suggests we should look at doing the same when it comes to capturing moments on our phones. This way we can be more than just present in situations, and actually give things our full attention.

Ground Rules for Big Restaurant Gatherings

We've all been there before... you and a large group of friends or family meet at a restaurant, and then chaos ensues when the bill arrives. Ever one to find a solution to people's problems, Rich has some convincing ground rules on the subject which can hopefully prevent future stresses in your life.

Changing the Perception of Dads in the Home

Rich wants to change some narratives around the importance of being a dad. While most men are judged by giving it their all in their careers, many should receive the same level of praise for their role in the home. As always, Rich provides compelling arguments on the subject, applying personal experience too to drive it home.

The Small Things that make a Big Change

While many get caught up with the whole plastic drinking straw saga, Rich goes deeper into what it means to actually make a change. By tapping into our need for consistency in life, Rich points out that the straws are just the tip of the change iceberg that we can actually achieve with very little effort.

Are we simply learning too much?

Ever on the pulse of things informative and enlightening, Rich Mulholland worries that we are perhaps over indulging in the learning and not doing enough of the doing. Learning certainly has a place in our lives, but an overload here prevents us from doing what matters most.

Learning from fights on the internet

Fighting on the internet is nothing new, but Rich has some new lessons for you to learn from them. He delves into the backfire effect, and how we believe arguments more when they are disputed, which naturally leads to all kinds of wrongs no matter who you are. Understanding our biases is a valuable lesson in life, and one you can learn here.

You probably shouldn't follow your passion

Rich Mulholland's latest words of wisdom will give you some much needed professional perspective. Many people try and follow their passions, but where does that put them in the world? Rich provides an answer to this, and touches on how one way of thinking is very detrimental when it comes to success.

The responsibility we all have towards women's rights.

Rich is never one to shy away from the tough topics, mostly because he has the ability to simplify things so brilliantly. This week he delves into women's rights, and how we all need to apply ourselves to this topic in more ways than one. Advice and wisdom so good, you will look forward to implementing it into your life.

F*ck everything

Rich has a bone to pick with all these authors who apparently don't give a 'f*ck', but by using an '*'. The irony is both annoying and just too much to take right now, but as always Rich breaks the issue down for what it is in PC culture.

Is fat shaming all that bad?

In the majority of cases, weight gain is a choice. Rich shares his personal experience on this subject, and how gaining weight has become so normalised that people are becoming far too okay with it. The issue needs to be addressed though, as difficult as it is, and Rich is the man to do it.

Keeping people's attention

Rich has made a career of making people listen to him. He therefore has a great understanding around gaining people's attention and keeping it. This week he touches upon the fundamentals of this, and how self-awareness is key to know you are saying the right things, and balancing your conversations so you don't make people lose interest in you.

Laughter is the key to Happiness

Rich tears into a bad movie and in doing so provides a life experience on how laughter cures literally everything. We often over-complicate things in our lives, but thankfully Rich always sets us straight with his reality check.

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