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How Changing Your Expectations Can Change Your Life & The Story of Pizza

Ever had something go “down the wrong pipe” while you were eating and you started choking? Why does that happen? Is it dangerous? This episode begins with an explanation.

What you expect to happen in your life has a great deal to do with how things turn out. Whether it is your health, happiness, body weight, even how long you live, your expectations determine the outcome to a large degree. That’s according to award winning science writer David Robson who has explored the science of expectations and is author of the book The Expectation Effect ( Listen as he explains how having positive expectations can make your life so much better. 

When and where was the first pizza made? Why can’t anyone make a decent frozen pizza? What ever happened to Godfather’s Pizza – Round Table? These are just a few of the questions I explore with food writer Mark Masker author of the book Totally Pizza: The Wild Story of the World’s Most Famous Food. (

Probably since the invention of the classroom, students have been reprimanded for doodling. The assumption is that if you are doodling, you are not paying attention. Listen as I explain how that is completely inaccurate


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