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Why do some people struggle with creating one single idea meanwhile for others ideas pop out every day like popcorn? And how come that the biggest idea generation struggle is turning your idea to reality? This podcast is all about idea generation. We take on the marketing perspective, the psychology of ideas and bring on interesting guests. Host: Magdalena Bibik specializes in helping professionals find the right idea to focus on https://www.magdalenabibik.com #psychologyofideas #bringingide ...
 
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Happy May the 4th Be With You!! We are joined this episode with another guest: Dr. Kirk Honda from the podcast, Psychology in Seattle! We are once again revisiting Star Wars with Return of the Jedi. We discuss the Jungian Archetypes demonstrated in this movie, Luke’s attachment issues, and the poor communication between beloved couple: Han & Leia. …
 
Content Warning: this episode contains discussions about sexual assault and violence. In this episode, we discuss Basic Instinct, an early 90s classic featuring Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas. We are again joined by a guest, the lovely Melanie Kinley, as we rip apart this erotic thriller that attempts to insert real psychology but fails miserably…
 
This episode comes to you via a Patreon patron! If you pledge $50 or more on our Patreon, you can pick a movie that we will discuss. For our first Patreon request, we are breaking down Martin Scorsese’s 2006 Best Picture winner, The Departed. We explore the psychological differences between the double lives of the two main characters: Billy Costiga…
 
Have you ever experienced Imposter Syndrome? In this week's episode I am talking about how Impost0r Syndrome affects idea generation and what to do about it. My definition of Impostor Syndrome comes from this article. What Is Impostor Syndrome? If you are having trouble bringing ideas to life, maybe this LIVE digital workshop will help you. Check o…
 
Welcome to Idea Talks! In this episode I am taking on the mindset of "practicing in public" and applying it to the three most common idea generation struggles: 1. having no ideas 2. having ideas but not putting them to life 3. having too many ideas and no structure I also share my own "practicing in public" insight (stick to the end!) This episode …
 
Where were you when Panem fell?? We wrap up the final installment of the Hunger Games series with a heavy episode. We discuss the effects of ongoing trauma on our main characters: Katniss, Finnick, Joanna, and Gale. We dive into the topic of dissociation and how it is displayed by Peeta. We break down the concept of The Dark Triad. We even dabble i…
 
Welcome to Idea Talks! In this episode we tackle the biggest idea generation struggle - turning your idea into reality. I give five strategies/perspectives on how to overcome whatever is holding you back and hindering that idea from turning into profitable products and services. Want more? Download the free PDF here: "turning your ideas into realit…
 
In this episode, we are discussing another beloved romantic movie, Love & Basketball. We analyze how our relationships with our parents shape our identify. We also tackle the topic of vulnerability and fear and how that impacts the love between Quincy and Monica.Bởi Popcorn Psychology
 
Once again I have a guest on the podcast - and this time it's Jakob Storjohann of ideanote.io - an awesome idea generation tool! We cover what makes ideas matter, the four main parts of idea generation process and five things you can learn about innovation from doing improv theatre. Enjoy! Follow ideanote.io on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WeAreIde…
 
Happy Valentine’s Day! By fan vote we are breaking down Sleepless in Seattle! We will split our discussion between the storylines of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. We discuss becoming a single parent as a widower, dating again after the death of a spouse, and emotional cheating.Bởi Popcorn Psychology
 
This week I have the pleasure to speak to Robin Nessensohn, the founder of reallygoodinnovation.com - the world's largest innovation community. In this talk we aim to inspire you to dig deeper into your own innovation with the help of numerous resources available on the platform such as books, stories, courses, videos and podcasts (like this one). …
 
Welcome to Season 4! We are opening up with a fan request episode on Easy A! We discuss the modern retelling of everyone's least favorite High School read: The Scarlet Letter and the incredibly difficult road to identity and sexuality as a teenager. We also discuss the importance and delicate nature of helping a teenager as an adult. Do you want to…
 
Welcome to this episode of "Idea Talks", which is less about ideas and more about YOU - the Idea Generator. We are talking about personality traits you need to successfully come up with ideas. Links and mentions: Really Good Innovation - world's largest innovation community - check them out here. "Idea Lab" is available at this link. The story on M…
 
Welcome back! In this episode I challenge you to review your portfolio of products and services in order to establish your best idea (the one that brings you the most value) - and bet all you have on that idea. Would you have the courage to do it? I tell you why it's a smart strategy. Make sure to check out free checklists to sorting out your ideas…
 
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! The podcast is back! You asked, I went back to the studio - and here we are, in "Idea Talks". In this episode I am answering some questions on Idea Generation that I got on Quora. (Do you want to see all my content - go to https://www.quora.com/profile/Magdalena-Bibik) In this episode I am mentioning: "Designing your life: H…
 
Welcome to Idea Talks! This is a podcast on Idea Generation, where we discuss good ideas... NOT so good ideas, how to come up with profitable business ideas and how to sort out those ideas that you already have. In this episodeI am giving you four quick strategies on how to find your next big idea: 1. Observing something that doesn't really want - …
 
In this very special episode we are teaming up with Dark Loops Productions Interdisciplinary team of academics and experts "The Seers of Ardham". They include: Cognitive Psychologist and Philosopher Dr. Scott Jordan, Cultural Anthropologist Dr. Stanford Carpenter, School Psychologist Dr. Leandra Parris, Communications Professor Dr. Byron Craig, and…
 
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!!! We don’t sing in this episode of Popcorn Psychology but we do talk about the 2003 classic, Elf! We talk about the emotional impact of growing up in a community in which you don’t quite fit in. We stress the importance of environmental factors and cultural norms when consideri…
 
Welcome to our first Holiday episode of 2020! We are kicking it off with While You Were Sleeping, the Sandra Bullock classic set in our hometown of Chicago! We explore the main character, Lucy, and how her interpersonal skills cause her to get into quite a mix-up. We also dive into attachment styles and family systems and the impact of grief and th…
 
Remember, remember, the fifth of November! We do in this episode on V for Vendetta. We discussed the complex repeated traumas of our two main characters: V and Evey. We break down the unhealthy patterns within their relationship. We also dive into the psychology of conspiracy and the impact of a fascist government on a populace. Join us as we ask t…
 
[Content Warning: Discussions of suicide] Can you hear the death beetle?? In this episode, we are diving into the favorite movie of two of our hosts, Practical Magic!! We explore the generational trauma of the Owens family and how it shapes the personalities and choices of our two main characters. We also discuss the impact of acceptance and identi…
 
What's your favorite scary movie?!! In this episode we discuss Wes Craven's 90s classic slasher: Scream. We discuss Sydney and the concept of Post Traumatic Growth, Billy and Stu and Folie a Deux AKA one Shared Delusional Disorder, and Anti-Social Personality Disorder/ Conduct Disorder. Tune in for an analysis of the slasher classic that restarted …
 
[Content Warning: discussions of suicide] Spoiler alert! This episode is our first foray into the realm of TV and we couldn't be more excited to do it on one of the best shows on Netflix, The Haunting of Hill House. In this episode we cover the 5 Stage of Grief and explore how it applies to the Crain Family after a suicide. Tune in and hear us expl…
 
We are starting Spooky Season early with the new horror classic, Get Out! We get into the fact vs fiction of hypnosis and how it’s portrayed in this film. We also break down the varied ways that racism is demonstrated via microaggressions, gaslighting, and straight up white supremacy. And lastly we explore how antisocial personality disorder is pos…
 
Have you found yourself wondering why people won't wear masks? Why the say the coronavirus is a hoax? Have you noticed yourself (and everyone else) struggling with weight since the start of the pandemic? Could disinformation be compared to a zombie outbreak? In this special crossover episode with Eric Scull of Thank You For Spieling we discuss the …
 
By superfan request, we are easing on down the road this week with The Wiz! We will be discussing the many representations of anxiety and depression seen in this movie. We will also dive deep into how systems of oppression, both on the micro level and macro level, impact mental health and cultural identity. Join us as we travel to Oz!!…
 
Happy Pride (Belated)! In honor of Pride Month, we are going to dive into an LGBTQIA classic, But I’m A Cheerleader! We will be talking about the unethical and immoral practice of conversion therapy and also discussing the difference between gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation.…
 
Every revolution starts with a spark! In this episode we examine the various responses to trauma we see in the main characters of this film: Katniss, Peeta, Gale, Haymitch, Johanna, and Finnick. We also discuss systems of oppression and compare and contrast the world of Panem to the riots and protests happening in our world now. We hope you enjoy t…
 
Be Our Guest! In this episode we discuss the Disney animated classic Beauty and the Beast (1991)! We discuss the way the Beast represented Depression in men, we discuss whether or not Gaston has a personality disorder, and we also debate whether or not Belle has Stockholm Syndrome!Bởi Popcorn Psychology
 
Popcorn Psychology is once again joined by the Mental Health Avengers (Capes on the Couch, Guardians MH, Popcorn Psychology, Pop Psych 101, and Freudian Sips) for Part Two of our previous episode! We tackle several subjects that are relevant to the Covid-19 pandemic: teletherapy, insurance coverage, coping skills while in quarantine, and more!…
 
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