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Fisher Grant, Chase and Erik from Costa Rica. Fisher joins Portal. Why you should surf without a paddle. Recorded on our last surf trip to Blue Zone SUP to test boards for Portal Surf Designs, Erik, Chase, and Fisher recap the week.  Lessons we learned from watching Fisher surf, why you should surf without a paddle, what to do when someone on a SUP is endangering the lineup and much more...
Will Power - with Dr. Carl Erik Fisher Associated Links:
Blog link: https://harrisees.wordpress.com
Youtube (where this content is replicated): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoS6H2R1Or4MtabrkofdOMw
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TracieHarris
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/tharris1773/
Paypal: http://paypal.me/athomeinmyhead
Helpful Resources:
Dr. Fisher's Podcast, Flourishing After Addiction: https://www.carlerikfisher.com/flourishing
Podcast landing page, with links to major platforms: https://podcast.carlerikfisher.com/
Follow him on Twitter: www.twitter.com/drcarlerik or Instagram: instagram.com/drcarlerik
NPR segment with Dr. Joyner: https://www.npr.org/2021/07/03/1012907963/what-to-know-about-olympic-marijuana-bans
Dr. Fisher's Will Power article at Nautilus: https://nautil.us/issue/45/Power/against-willpower
Dr. Fisher's article on coercion and treatment in Slate: https://slate.com/technology/2018/01/coerced-treatment-for-addiction-can-work-if-you-coerce-correctly.html
"How should we do drugs now?" by Michael Pollan: https://michaelpollan.com/articles-archive/how-should-we-do-drugs-now/
Music Credits:
“Wishful Thinking” - Dan Lebowitz [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOg3zLw7St5V4N7O8HSoQRA]
“Caballero” - Ofshane [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC34Wh4ysdP50H-ThbZFFfsAIHf1zxftA]

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Flourishing After Addiction with Dr. Carl Erik Fisher | The Way Out Podcast Episode 254 In this edition of The Way Out we have a stellar interview with Clinical Psychiatrist, Addiction Medicine Specialist and Bio Ethicist Dr. Carl Erik Fisher. As a person in long term recovery himself along with his clinical and scholarly work, Carl brings a unique perspective to the treatment of addiction, and the positive change that occurs in recovery. Easily one of the most enlightening and instructive ideas forwarded by Dr. Fisher is the concept that recovery can be thought of and defined as any positive change in one’s life, which affords us the freedom to take the transformational power of the tools contained within our chosen recovery pathway and apply them broadly across any or all areas of our lives to affect constructive improvement. Recovery, in its purest form is a holistic wellness journey and we don’t have to limit it to one unhealthy habit, or just one addiction. Applying our recovery process that worked for a drug or alcohol addiction can work for addictive behaviors and even for behaviors and negative or counterproductive habits that haven’t reached the threshold of addiction. Recovery is a process, and it doesn’t happen all at once nor is it often linear. When we continue to remove the harmful and addictive behaviors, we can begin and indeed continue the process of healing our minds, bodies, and spirits through our preferred recovery pathway. Carl and I explore an array of fascinating areas in and around addiction and recovery including stigma, mindfulness in recovery, and how Buddhist practices can be a primary recovery pathway or incorporated into your existing recovery practice, and a whole lot more so listen up.
Contact Dr. Carl Erik Fisher:
https://www.carlerikfisher.com/
Book Recommendation (Quit Lit):
The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh:
https://terebess.hu/zen/mesterek/Thich%20Nhat%20Hanh%20-%20The%20Miracle%20of%20Mindfulness.pdf
Anything by Buddhism and Recovery Author and Speaker Kevin Griffin:
https://www.kevingriffin.net/
The Best Piece of Advice Received:
Surrender, let go, and ask for help
New book coming in January 2022: The Urge: Our History of Addiction
New podcast coming soon: Flourishing After Addiction
Song that symbolizes Recovery:
Doctor Atomic: Batter My Heart
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDTFyinS3zA
(c) 2021 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0(https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/

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Social Audio, Shopping, and Stories with Erik Fisher This week's episode of Social Media News Live is a bit of a mailbag episode! Jeff Sieh, Grace Duffy, and Erik Fisher team up to talk about the latest trend and news on social audio, social shopping, and live video. We’ll be covering what’s new with Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, Twitter, Clubhouse, and more!
Erik Fisher on Recalibrating Morning and Evening Routines This week Erik talks through some of the changes he has made due to recent episodes.

Make sure to check out Seth Godin&#8217;s altMBA to level yourself up!

Mentioned in this episode:


Cal Newport on Distractions, Focus and Deep Work
Amy Blankson on Attention and Intention while using Technology
Leslie Samuel on Productivity vs. Distraction on Social Media
Rob Hatch on Ownership, Systems and Discipline
Dr. Michael Brues on Chronotypes, Timing and Rhythms
Shawn Stevenson on Caffeine and Screen Curfews to get better Sleep


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Follow @ErikJFisher



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Erik Fisher on Bricklaying, Streamlining and Moments In this episode, Erik talks through the three words he has chosen for this year, and his perspective on the whole process of choosing three words. Chris Brogan is the originator of this method. The words for 2019 are Bricklaying, Streamlining and Moments.

Mentioned in this episode:


University of California, Irvine’s Continuing Education Programs
The Great Courses Plus – Get a free trial!
Babbel – Try Babbel for free!
Chris Brogan on taking action on the right things
SPAR
James Clear on the Power of Habits, Building Good Habits and Breaking Bad Ones
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones
John Zeratsky on Time, Busyness and Distraction
Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day
Joshua Becker on Refocusing, Decluttering and Purpose
The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life
Erik Fisher on Minimalism, Being Intentional and Present In this episode, Erik talks through the three words he has chosen for this year, and his perspective on the whole process of choosing three words. Chris Brogan is the originator of this method.

Mentioned in this episode:


Hitting Pause to gain perspective, plan and re-commit – BTTDL142
Dr. Michael Brues on Chronotypes, Timing and Rhythms – BTTDL157
Shawn Stevenson on Caffeine and Screen Curfews to get better Sleep – BTTDL158
Rob Bell on Being Present with Rhythm, Routines and Rituals – BTTDL139
The West Wing Weekly Podcast
Erik Fisher on Overcoming Smartphone Addiction Erik Fisher talks about the symptoms and ways to overcome Smartphone addiction.

Mentioned in this episode:


Formstack 
Freshbooks Use code &#8216;Beyond The To-Do List&#8217; in the &#8216;How Did You Hear About Us Section&#8217;
Focus: Cal Newport on Distractions, Focus and Deep Work – BTTDL169
Technology: Amy Blankson on Attention and Intention while using Technology – BTTDL170
Focus: Leslie Samuel on Productivity vs. Distraction on Social Media – BTTDL171


Please connect with me

Subscribe, rate, and review in iTunes
Follow @ErikJFisher


Check out more Noodle.mx Network showsThe Audacity to Podcast: "How-to" podcast about podcastingBeyond the To-Do List: Personal and professional productivityThe Productive Woman: Productivity for busy womenONCE: Once Upon a Time podcastWelcome to Level Seven: Agents of SHIELD and Marvel&rsquo;s cinematic universe podcastAre You Just Watching?: Movie reviews with Christian critical thinkingthe Ramen Noodle: Family-friendly clean comedy
Erik Fisher on the Necessity of Breaks and Recharging Erik Fisher talks about the concept of taking a Sabbath, rhythms, routines, breaks and recharging. Even if you think you get enough rest, make sure to listen to this to see if that is really true.

Mentioned in this episode:


Seth Godin&#8217;s AltMBA
Sleep: Dr. Michael Brues on Chronotypes, Timing and Rhythms – BTTDL157
Presence: Rob Bell on Being Present with Rhythm, Routines and Rituals – BTTDL139


Please connect with me

Subscribe, rate, and review in iTunes
Follow @ErikJFisher


Check out more Noodle.mx Network showsThe Audacity to Podcast: "How-to" podcast about podcastingBeyond the To-Do List: Personal and professional productivityThe Productive Woman: Productivity for busy womenONCE: Once Upon a Time podcastWelcome to Level Seven: Agents of SHIELD and Marvel&rsquo;s cinematic universe podcastAre You Just Watching?: Movie reviews with Christian critical thinkingthe Ramen Noodle: Family-friendly clean comedy

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