Reality Check

CLIFFCENTRAL.COM  |  Podcast , ±13 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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Stress is a Decision

In this week's healthy dose of Reality Check, Rich speaks of an epiphany he recently came to while travelling: Stress is a decision. Hear him explain why he says that, along with tactics he uses to stop himself from getting caught up in the craziness of panic and worry.

Curing sexual addiction through cryptocurrency

Rich wants to just have a good old fashioned rant, and it is about something that just isn't going away. People going on about cryptocurrency, and more importantly people boring others with obsessing over one subject. He and Gareth discuss the importance of balanced interests, and how we need to approach our lives with a greater understanding of our surroundings.

Getting off the fence on taking offence

Rich adds some crucial colour to everyday life, and gives you a better perspective on things that others find troublesome. The ongoing issue of 'being offended' or 'taking offence' gets more attention here, with a take out that is as simple as could be.

Follow Gluttony

Rich Mulholland raises the idea of why we think Twitter is broken because of what he terms 'follow gluttony'. Hear why he thinks we should all go on an information diet.

I'm Offended Too

What sense is there in someone being offended on someone else's behalf, especially when the person in question isn't offended themselves? Rich uses the recent drama surrounding grid girls to discuss this.

Stressing over Half-Baked News

Rich joins the team for the first time in 2018, and reminds us about the value of patience and reflection. We waste so much time getting caught up in everyday sensationalist news... news that is just a part of a greater story and therefore not that important. We should be focusing on broader stories, completed stories - something that needs to become an ongoing behaviour for us to better use our minds.

New Day's Resolutions

In his final instalment of the Reality Check of 2017, Rich leaves you with something very special for the year ahead. A manageable way of forgetting impossible new year's resolutions, and rather doing more frequent and meaningful things. Your better 2018 starts here!

The Generations Myth & To Don't Lists

Rich had high hopes of being positive this week, but Gareth gets him going on the 'generations' conversation which he pulls to pieces with some practical logic. He does get back to providing some positivity, and advice on what to do to make your life better this festive season.

Black Friday & Actual Giving of Thanks

Always one to delve past the obvious, Rich talks about Black Friday and the hypocrisy among the classes. Why do we hijack other cultures' holidays though, especially when we pick up the worst parts of it? This week's episode is as insightful and entertaining as ever.

Improving conferencing for all

Rich is often the headline speaker and much sought after panel guest at a wide range of conferences. Fair to say he knows a fair amount about them then, and is therefore in a position to improve them. He shares some insights into this, and how we can communicate better and achieve more with these gatherings.

Traffic Circles are Killing us

There are many things tripping up society nowadays, and Rich Mulholland believes traffic circles are right up there with the worst of them. Do you know how to use a traffic circle, do they cause much frustration? Well Rich will hopefully ease the anxiety with this complex rant.

Thoughts & Prayers

Another terrorist attack, another outpouring of 'thoughts and prayers' from politicians and world leaders. But what does this actually achieve other than giving those providing the 'thoughts and prayers' some of the limelight? Rich explores this subject in his usual way, providing some thought-provoking content to consider and act on.

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