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Dr. Bill Kerr, Co-Founder and CEO of Avalon Healthcare Solutions, sheds light on the value of genetic data and is focused on getting the science of gene sequencing better understood. Genetic testing can identify opportunities for treatment and specific mutations that can lead to a more precise therapy. With the abundance of genetic tests available, interpreting the results correctly is the challenge. Bill elaborates, "Our job is to get the science of lab testing adopted in the industry. We have done that by working with health plans that have to adopt coverage for the testing, to be paid for the labs that perform the testing, and then the physician experts who either define the testing when it's useful or who are ordering the testing. We live in an ecosystem where we work with all those parties to ensure that good genetic testing is adopted, that the results are understood, and that they are acted upon appropriately." "The real issue is understanding when a test can be useful to a patient and a doctor. Just because we can sequence DNA doesn't mean we understand what it means or what to do about it. I would suggest to you that one of the reasons we have heard the phrase precision medicine for so long but have not seen as much of that get adopted is we haven't understood the link between what we see in the DNA and what we know to do about it. I'll give you a couple of examples." "One, cancer. Cancer has been an area where we have, for some time, understood that certain genetic predispositions or even mutations can drive cancer or suggest that cancer could be worse. We have just recently had therapies that target those mutations. Now, we've got several great therapies that are tied to that. Previously, just doing the analysis may have had no real benefit to the patient or maybe later had some prognostic capability, but now actually has therapeutic relevance. That's been very important." #AvalonHealthcare #AvalonHCS #GeneticTesting #GeneticTests #LabTests #LabTesting #ClinicalTesting #ClinicalTests #MedicalTests avalonhcs.com Download the transcript here
Dr. Bill Kerr, Co-Founder and CEO of Avalon Healthcare Solutions, sheds light on the value of genetic data and is focused on getting the science of gene sequencing better understood. Genetic testing can identify opportunities for treatment and specific mutations that can lead to a more precise therapy. With the abundance of genetic tests available, interpreting the results correctly is the challenge. Bill elaborates, "Our job is to get the science of lab testing adopted in the industry. We have done that by working with health plans that have to adopt coverage for the testing, to be paid for the labs that perform the testing, and then the physician experts who either define the testing when it's useful or who are ordering the testing. We live in an ecosystem where we work with all those parties to ensure that good genetic testing is adopted, that the results are understood, and that they are acted upon appropriately." "The real issue is understanding when a test can be useful to a patient and a doctor. Just because we can sequence DNA doesn't mean we understand what it means or what to do about it. I would suggest to you that one of the reasons we have heard the phrase precision medicine for so long but have not seen as much of that get adopted is we haven't understood the link between what we see in the DNA and what we know to do about it. I'll give you a couple of examples." "One, cancer. Cancer has been an area where we have, for some time, understood that certain genetic predispositions or even mutations can drive cancer or suggest that cancer could be worse. We have just recently had therapies that target those mutations. Now, we've got several great therapies that are tied to that. Previously, just doing the analysis may have had no real benefit to the patient or maybe later had some prognostic capability, but now actually has therapeutic relevance. That's been very important." #AvalonHealthcare #AvalonHCS #GeneticTesting #GeneticTests #LabTests #LabTesting #ClinicalTesting #ClinicalTests #MedicalTests avalonhcs.com Listen to the podcast here
Dr. Rebecca Heiss delves deep into the intricate dance between evolutionary biology, stress, and human connection. Drawing from personal experiences and scientific insights, she explores the profound impact of societal expectations on our decisions and the transformative power of authenticity. With thought-provoking discussions on gender roles and brain training techniques, Dr. Heiss offers a fresh perspective on navigating life's challenges and embracing one's true self.Chapters:00:00:00 - Beginning with Positivity: The Essence of a Phenomenal Day00:04:51 - Rising from the Ashes: Tackling Life's Toughest Transitions00:07:51 - Redefining Masculinity: The Journey to Emotional Wholeness for Men00:09:03 - Unmasking the Self: The Magic of Authentic Living00:14:51 - The Power of Compassion: Finding Light in Unexpected Places00:18:07 - Evolutionary Insights: Decoding Modern Stress in the Context of Our Ancestors00:19:57 - Mind Over Matter: Strategies for Building Resilience and Overcoming Social Fears00:23:07 - Meditation Demystified: Delving into Brain Health and Tranquility00:27:44 - A Personal Odyssey: From Battling Anorexia to Celebrating Authenticity00:29:23 - Living Unapologetically: The Joy of Acceptance and Empowerment00:32:01 - From the Stage to the Court: Embracing Unexpected Opportunities00:35:25 - Cultivating Fearless Positivity: Harnessing the Strength WithinLinks And Resources:Website LinkedIn Instinct by Rebecca Heiss, Ph.DRecommended book: Untamed by Glennon Doyle Tools of Titans by Tim FerrissThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Eternal Optimist? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
In this chapter, Jillian and Jerry go to Beach University to relax for 4 years, but are interrupted by the murder of Shawn. It is a sad day today as Shawn Hunter has been taken from us by a sourpuss OCD cleanfreak who thinks she was good enough to be shoulder candy for big football man. Eric gets his moment, Cory gets laid and Topanga is let off the hook for being a no-good liar, even though she had zero reason to be. Also Hayden Panitieeriteerrreete, an unfunny and annoying Disney Channel-style "house mother" character and stealing 50 cent drinks - yeah, I'm phoning in the show notes today b/c they had no problem phoning in the episode. Find us on Twitter @StoryofCoryPod Or email us with your thoughts and opinions at StoryofCoryPod@gmail.com download (right click, save as...) WARNING: This episode contains adult language.
Josselyne Herman-Saccio (SAY Joss-Lynn Herman SAHHCHEEO) is a master coach in the Art Of Being Unmessablewith no matter what life throws at you.She has spent over 30 years as an entrepreneur, former pop star, author, coach, course leader and curriculum designer of transformative programs. Her mission is to empower people to live the life of their dreams NOW, versus someday and develop themselves to be “unmessablewith” in the process.She is the author of several books including Peace Promises: 30 Days to a more peaceful life, THE PROMISE EFFECT: How to create a life that wasn't going to happen anyway with Susan Woldman Elfer and SO YOU WANNA BE A NEW YORK ACTOR: .The New York Actors Guide to The Career of Their Dreams While Paying the RentShe has appeared in dozens of media outlets including ABC, NBC, CBS, Wall Street Journal, New Yorker Magazine, The New York Times, Fast Money to name a few, as well as having her TEDX Talk: Abracadabra: Living the life of your dreams NOW not someday.A wife and mother of three and a native New Yorker, Josselyne lives in Manhattan with her husband and children. SHOW NOTES:
Gary discusses the importance of practicing acceptance as a lawyer in this podcast episode. He explains that acceptance is acknowledging and embracing reality without judgment or resistance. By practicing acceptance, lawyers can experience reduced stress, improved decision-making, enhanced resilience, stronger client relationships, and a better work-life balance. Gary acknowledges that practicing acceptance can be challenging but emphasizes that it is a choice that can lead to personal freedom, peace, and success in the demanding world of law. Would you like to learn how to incorporate acceptance into your practice? Set up a courtesy call with Gary here: https://calendly.com/garymiles-successcoach/one-one-discovery-call
Back for part 2 with Brett Maverick, the guy behind Alpha Tenn! In this episode, Brett gets real with us about some tough moments in his life, especially when it comes to mental health. It wasn't always easy for him, and he faced a lot of closed doors along the way. But here's the thing: every time Brett faced a challenge, he kept going. He took those tough times and used them to start Alpha Tenn. His story shows us that even when things get hard, there's always a way to turn things around. Join us as Brett shares more about his journey, the ups and downs, and how he built something amazing from the challenges he faced. If you need a bit of inspiration today, this episode is for you!
Today I talked openly about acceptance and what it means to me. I talk about my faults and how I started smoking again. It's honest talk. Be well my friends and thanks. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wloap/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wloap/support
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Feel the warmth of your feet, And with your attention on them, See if you can imagine yourself taking one small step, And then another, Until you're walking forward slowly, And deliberately. PAUSE… Your body is relaxed, And fluid as you move. Your shoulders are soft and lowered. Your eyes are heavy, Your belly is soft, And your breathing is slow. PAUSE… Your walking brings you to the top of a staircase. The ground is warm, And the air around you is quiet and calm. Feel your body gently pull you forward, As your foot reaches down to find the first step. PAUSE… Breathe deeply here, Fully into your lungs, Letting the fresh air cleanse you. LONG PAUSE… Softer now, Your foot slowly descends onto the second step. And as it touches down, You can feel all those plans, All those things your mind has been trying to organize, Detach, Travel down your body, And release into the ground. As you just breathe… LONG PAUSE… Your foot gently reaches down for the third step, And as it finds its hold, Notice all those worries gather. All of the stresses you've been holding, All of the anxieties that have been building. Watch them gather within you, And fall to the ground, With every single exhale. LONG PAUSE… Your body is soft, Open, And deeply relaxed, As you descend onto the fourth step of the staircase. PAUSE… Notice the emotions swirling inside of you. The excitement, The heaviness. All those waves of hope, Doubt, Fear, And joy. PAUSE… Let your slow breathing corral them, Embrace them, And let them go, With every breath out. LONG PAUSE… As your foot leans down to touch the fifth step, You notice your mind is clear, Your back is relaxed, Your fingers and toes hum lightly with warmth, And your cheeks are soft. PAUSE… Take a big deep breath here, Filling up with fresh air, And letting your exhale calm you even more. LONG PAUSE… You continue onto the sixth step, Feeling as though you're gently gliding down the stairs, And deep into the comfort of the night. PAUSE… Feel your neck soften, Your arms melt, And your chest open. LONG PAUSE… The seventh step welcomes you, Into the open arms of the night. She embraces you, And fills your open heart with love. LONG PAUSE… Ease down onto step eight. Lightly. Feel yourself melt a little further, And float a little easier. LONG PAUSE… As your foot finds step number nine, You feel the waves of total peace wash over you. Gratitude for what has been, Acceptance for what is, And openness for what's to come. PAUSE… Your arms and legs are heavy, Your chest and belly are open and soft, Your mind is spacious and clear. LONG PAUSE… As you descend onto your tenth and final step, You feel the warm light of your soul radiate. You are one with this moment. One with yourself. One with the universe. PAUSE… You are the night. You are the stars. You are love. You are calm. PAUSE… MUSIC TRAILS OFF HERE, LEAVING ONLY SMOOTH WHISPERS OF WIND FOR A FEW MOMENTS BEFORE AND WHILE I TALK AGAIN Rest now, dear one. And trust in the night. Surrender to her and her wisdom. PAUSE… Here you are replenished. Here you are healed. So you can return to the morning whole, And you, Once again. SOFT MUSIC EASING BACK IN TO FINISH IT OUT Namaste, Beautiful.
There are just a few spots remaining for the upcoming Awaken the One retreat, and I want to offer it to you, brothers. It's exciting to do this retreat in particular with you, brothers, since it's an initiation process where you can invest more deeply in who you are, rather than just going through the motions. This life-changing journey to Columbia kicks off on October 8th, so be sure to book now so that you have ample time to prepare before we set off. Today's episode is all about betterment, brothers. Now, I'm not suggesting that you need to change or be better. This idea of being "better" or wanting "more" is relative. In fact, I believe that the entire notion of "betterment" is just a marketing ploy, an illusion, a Ponzi scheme. Everywhere you go, you have advertising designed specifically to make you feel like you need to be better. And I'm not saying you shouldn't try to do things that might enrich you, what I'm saying is that you should ask yourself “Why?” Because what does it even mean to be better? There's no level of accumulation or betterment that can transform you into a concept that exists only in the realm of illusion. Brother, striving to be 'better' is futile because the 'you' we often refer to is just a narrative. If you aim to improve within that narrative, you're simply enhancing the story. In reality, by telling yourself you're inadequate, you're complicating your story, turning life into a game of constant betterment. It's a choice you've made about life. But what if we could choose simplicity over complexity? Acceptance over betterment? Join me as we unravel these thoughts and embark on a journey of deeper understanding. And don't forget about our upcoming retreat – it could be the transformative experience you've been searching for. Listen now, and let's continue to elevate our alpha, together!
Dive into the riveting world of Brett Maverick, the dynamic founder of Alpha Tenn. From riding the fierce bulls, spinning DJ decks, striking poses as a model, and pushing limits as an athlete and personal trainer, to the intense aspirations of becoming a Navy Seal - Brett's life journey is nothing short of a roller-coaster. His relentless perseverance, undying spirit, and unique experiences led to the birth of Alpha Tenn, aimed at fueling not just athletes but every individual aiming for excellence in daily life. Every bite of their protein bar is infused with Brett's passion and the values he embodies. Special gratitude to our amazing friends, Dave and Jan Dalton at eBars, for connecting us with such an inspiring figure. Their unwavering support for Spread The Positive is truly commendable. Discover the behind-the-scenes, the highs and lows, and the relentless spirit of Brett. For those intrigued by the power-packed bars, explore more at Alphatenn.com. Stay inspired, and tune in for an adrenaline-filled episode that redefines determination!
Matisyahu Shulman's Reimagining Repentance: Experiencing the High Holidays Through the Lens of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Kodesh, 2023) is unique in its attempt to bridge Torah content on the High Holidays with modern psychological theory about change. The book reviews the major themes of each part of the High Holidays and explores psychological principles related to each theme. The text contains clinical anecdotes weaved with Torah ideas and will be both a meaningful and enjoyable read for anyone wishing for a psychological perspective on the High Holidays. Excerpts from theoretical sessions with patients seeking help with drug or alcohol use disorders make the book more relatable and highlight the intersection between addiction treatment and Jewish philosophy. Matthew Miller is a graduate of Yeshivat Yesodei HaTorah. He studied Jewish Studies and Linguistics at McGill for his BA and completed an MA in Hebrew Linguistics at Queen Mary University of London. He works with Jewish organizations in media and content distribution, such as TheHabura.com and RabbiEfremGoldberg.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Hi Everyone! Welcome back to another episode of the M.E.O.W. Podcast! In this episode, we are excited to have special guest Kayla Meeker! Kayla is the founder of Soul Sound in San Diego! Kayla leads sound healing meditation sessions, which help to connect to your mind, body & soul through healing music. Join us as we get to know Kayla and her spiritual journey and learn about how acceptance helped lead her to the creation of her business. In this episode, we dive deep into the top of "Understanding the Path to Spiritual Acceptance." The spiritual principle of acceptance is relinquishing control to a higher power of your choosing and believing that we are in much better hands when it runs the show. Acceptance allows the present moment to be as it should be instead of resisting the changes or the unknown. In this episode, we go through the seven concepts of spiritual acceptance and our personal experiences of surrendering. 1. Acceptance Is a Choice to Change Yourself 2. Resisting Acceptance Is Born from the Ego 3. Acceptance Is a Good Use of Your Energy 4. Acceptance Is Aligned with the Laws of Nature 5. Acceptance Implies Adaptability 6. Acceptance Does Not Mean Passivity 7. Acceptance Is an Acquired Skill You can follow Kayla Meeker on Instagram Here to book a private session and learn more about Soul Sound! Join us on Instagram and TikTok to engage with our community and us. We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas on what topics you are interested in and connect!
Matisyahu Shulman's Reimagining Repentance: Experiencing the High Holidays Through the Lens of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Kodesh, 2023) is unique in its attempt to bridge Torah content on the High Holidays with modern psychological theory about change. The book reviews the major themes of each part of the High Holidays and explores psychological principles related to each theme. The text contains clinical anecdotes weaved with Torah ideas and will be both a meaningful and enjoyable read for anyone wishing for a psychological perspective on the High Holidays. Excerpts from theoretical sessions with patients seeking help with drug or alcohol use disorders make the book more relatable and highlight the intersection between addiction treatment and Jewish philosophy. Matthew Miller is a graduate of Yeshivat Yesodei HaTorah. He studied Jewish Studies and Linguistics at McGill for his BA and completed an MA in Hebrew Linguistics at Queen Mary University of London. He works with Jewish organizations in media and content distribution, such as TheHabura.com and RabbiEfremGoldberg.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/jewish-studies
Improve your Relationship- Try HeyRitual today, to learn more click here: https://join.heyritual.com/TIAN20 HeyRitual is a sponsor of Therapy in a Nutshell Media portrays the depressed person as struggling to get out of bed, crying, drowning in despair. And while sadness is indeed a key symptom of depression, it's not the only way it shows up. Anger or irritability is actually one of the primary ways that depression shows up in children and teens. But that anger doesn't just turn off when you turn 18. So, today we're going to peel back the layers and explore how depression manifests as anger and irritability. Looking for affordable online counseling? My sponsor, BetterHelp, connects you to a licensed professional from the comfort of your own home. Try it now for 10% off your first month: https://betterhelp.com/therapyinanutshell Learn more in one of my in-depth mental health courses: https://courses.therapyinanutshell.com Support my mission on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/therapyinanutshell Sign up for my newsletter: https://www.therapyinanutshell.com Check out my favorite self-help books: https://kit.co/TherapyinaNutshell/best-self-help-books Therapy in a Nutshell and the information provided by Emma McAdam are solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and are not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Emma McAdam is a licensed marriage and family therapist, the views expressed on this site or any related content should not be taken for medical or psychiatric advice. Always consult your physician before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. In therapy I use a combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Systems Theory, positive psychology, and a bio-psycho-social approach to treating mental illness and other challenges we all face in life. The ideas from my videos are frequently adapted from multiple sources. Many of them come from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, especially the work of Steven Hayes, Jason Luoma, and Russ Harris. The sections on stress and the mind-body connection derive from the work of Stephen Porges (the Polyvagal theory), Peter Levine (Somatic Experiencing) Francine Shapiro (EMDR), and Bessel Van Der Kolk. I also rely heavily on the work of the Arbinger Institute for my overall understanding of our ability to choose our life's direction. And deeper than all of that, the Gospel of Jesus Christ orients my personal worldview and sense of security, peace, hope, and love https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/comeuntochrist/believe If you are in crisis, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org or 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or your local emergency services. Copyright Therapy in a Nutshell, LLC
15-year-old Austin Kahn passed away from a terminal brain tumor just days after his birthday. For his parents, Christopher and Jeanette Kahn, unity and good communication in the middle of tragedy helped keep their family together, even as it was falling apart. In this second part of a two-part series, Jeanette and Christopher share how their family learned to process and grieve the loss of their son. Together, they discuss the lessons of courage, determination, and acceptance Austin exemplified and the good work the parents are doing in Austin's memory through the “Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer.” Even though we live in challenging times, we can become Relentlessly Resilient as we lean on and learn from one another's experiences. Hosts Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf are no strangers to overcoming adversity; Michelle lost her husband to cancer, while Jennie's husband, Major Brent Taylor, was killed in the service of our country. Their stories bond them together, and now listeners can join them weekly as they visit with others enduring challenges and who teach us how they are exercising resiliency, finding value in their grief, and purpose in moving forward. Listen to the Relentlessly Resilient Podcast regularly on your favorite platform, at kslpodcasts.com, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL NewsRadio App. Join the Resilience conversation on Facebook at @RelentlesslyResilient and Instagram @RelentlesslyResilientPodcast. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest once again this week is Dr. Joel Minden. This time we discussed psychotherapy, drawing on the years that each of us has been a therapist. Good therapy has the power to improve thinking patterns, relationships, habits, and even personality, so we explored the unique aspects of the therapy relationship that facilitate these changes. This conversation is the second in a series of several episodes with Joel, with more to come. Topics we touched on included: A Washington Post piece that inspired our discussion, “Why I Fired My Therapists” by Foster Kamer Whether it's productive to “call out” clients in therapy The problem of always being told one is right as a therapy client Trying to match therapists to clients The dialectic of supporting and challenging in therapy Possible developmental shifts across one's career as a therapist My experience with a supervisor who berated my client Whether there's a place for telling clients what they need or ought to do Addressing unhelpful patterns of reinforcement Why telling people what to do generally doesn't work Creating different dynamics in therapy from what people tend to experience elsewhere The uniqueness of the therapy relationship among all other relationships The value in just talking through an issue in order to arrive at a solution The actual self vs. idealized self The risk in being one's authentic self Joel Minden, PhD, is a clinical psychologist specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety and related disorders. He is the author of Show Your Anxiety Who's Boss, founder of the Chico Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, diplomate of The Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, and lecturer in the Department of Psychology at California State University, Chico. Find Joel online at his website, follow him on Twitter, and read his blog on Psychology Today.
I really believe that if you and I knew how deeply we've always been loved… we'd cry happy tears daily for at least a year. I also believe that the reason why we don't know how much we're loved is because of our own critical self-judgment of our past and present. Ironically, we came to this Garden of Eden to learn (and play), yet when a lesson presents itself we're often bitterly disappointed! Clouding our vision, lowering our spirits, and blinding us to all that still awaits discovery. At least that's how it used to be... Today, we turn a new page, and you will LOVE the lessons I'm about to share (almost as much as you will love yourself by the time I'm done). This podcast episode was originally recorded on April 14, 2020, for my Infinite Possibilities Membership. There is a special PDF for this podcast, if you want to dive deeper into the exercises that I share. Download it here: https://club.tut.com/pdf * * * New Mini-Manifesting Workshops are broadcast live every Tuesday for Mike's Infinite Possibilities Membership, a spiritual community of 3,000 like-minded thinkers who are all about living deliberately, creating consciously, and loving their lives. Click here to learn more: https://tutadv.club/ipm * * * * Life is magical, you are powerful, and dreams really do come true! My Notes from the Universe emails exist to remind you of this every day! Join over 1 MILLION like-minded adventurers who receive FREE personalized reminders of life's magic and our power: https://tutadv.club/notes * * * * Ready to adventure deeper into the jungles of time and space? See all of my upcoming events and offerings here: https://linktr.ee/mikedooley * * * * Like the podcast? Help us spread the word and reach more people by writing a quick review. In gratitude, I'll send you a free video gift! Email a screenshot of your review to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In today's episode, I'm joined by Teresa Brenneman, who's a 2/4 Emotional Manifesting Generator with the Cross of Eden 2 to chat about the nuances o the emotional process. Teresa is a dedicated practitioner known for her commitment to helping individuals discover their authentic selves and embrace the complexities of the human emotional experience. Having 3 emotional channels and 6 of the 7 gates in the Emotional Solar Plexus defined, she has a lot of lived wisdom to share about the depth of the emotional process. INSIGHTS:Teresa's experience having the source wave (6-59) and full Stream of Emoting (39-55 and 22-12) defined What it feels like to fully ride your wave and reach clarity What it looks like to honor your Emotional Authority in real life Integrating your Cognition into the decision making processLearning to discern when you are in resistance or flow Connect with Teresa on Instagram and her website If this episode resonates with you, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Take a screenshot, share it with your friends on social media, tag me (@iamrandilee), and let me know what your biggest takeaway was from this episode. I would love to connect with you.Ditch the cookie-cutter coaching methods and support your clients in a differentiated way using their Human Design. Enroll in Uplevel Your Business with Human Design Book an Illumination Session to dive deeper into your Human Design & Gene Keys Support the showConnect with Randi on Instagram and TikTok, learn how you can co-create magic together and Join Embodiment by Design: FREE community on Mighty Networks
When dementia comes for someone we love, how do we maintain connection and relationship? For Suzanne Finnamore it takes accepting that her mother, in her final stage of dementia, lives in another country; Suzanne has needed to learn the customs and accept the differences. When she can accept, there is room for magic, including the magic of living as if there is no death; where everyone we ever loved is still alive. Suzanne is able to see the ways in which her mother is still herself and still vital. She is able to see the beauty of her mother's marriage and the life she built out of loss and challenge. They are able to love each other in the present moment whether all is remembered or nothing is.
This is the continuation of last week's conversation with the amazing, Paulie Durig from Switzerland. This is PART two of a three-part piece.~~~Paulie Durig is the founder of The Sacred Space Suisse (Est: 2019) where she provides holistic mental health coaching and guidance to individuals and organizations. She is married and a stepmother to 3 kids. Two are 16-year-old twins and a boy at age 10. Prior to moving to Switzerland, Paulie worked in various BPO companies in leadership capacities in Training and Operations for Travel, Banking, Retail, and Shared Services. During their leisure time, Paulie enjoys cooking, hosting Lectures (book review) sessions, spending time in nature, and playing with their 1-year-old French bulldog named Max.At the moment, Paulie is hatching her personal anti-anxiety line of products (soap, body scrub, and body oil), called Sacré. These products are personally hand-made by her and will be made available in Asia by end-of-year.You can view Paulie's Professional full-length bio here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulie-durig-chyp-169278269/ You can follow Paulie on the website and platforms below:The Sacred Space website: https://tinyurl.com/TheSacredSpaceCHFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulie.durig.1Instagram: @sacredspacesuisse Support the showBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshow Tiffany's Instagram Account ~ https://www.instagram.com/tiffanyrossdaleofficial/ For coaching sessions & programs with Tiffany, check out her official page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com Breakfast With Tiffany Show Youtube Channel ~ https://bit.ly/3vIVzhE Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail ~ email@example.com
In a profoundly touching episode, we're joined by Dan Bristol, a man deeply connected to the incredible non-profit "Tunnels to Towers", an organization inspired by the selfless heroism of firefighter Stephen Gerard Siller, who sacrificed his life on that fateful day of September 11th, 2001. With over $500,000,000 donated, the foundation stands as a beacon of hope, dedicating itself to supporting the families of fallen first responders and service members. Dan shares the heart-wrenching journey of his own son, Spencer Bristol, who was tragically lost in the line of duty in 2019. With a newly built home and a family to support, the future seemed uncertain until Tunnels to Towers reached out. The weight of a mortgage was lifted from Spencer's young family, allowing them a moment to breathe amidst their grief. Moved by this act of kindness, Dan has since devoted himself to the cause, aiming to rally 100,000 members to join with a monthly contribution of just $11. He has also taken on the role of "Volunteer Race Director for Tunnels to Towers 5k Run & Walk Hendersonville", with the third annual event set for October 21, 2023. This episode is not just a tribute but a call to action. Join us in remembering and honoring the sacrifices of so many, while finding ways to give back. For those interested in supporting or participating in the 5K, register here: Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk Hendersonville
In this episode of Momnificent, join us for a captivating conversation with the multi-talented Rebecca Wilson Macsovits, a business leader, creative professional, and author of the heartwarming children's book "Guion The Lion." Rebecca's journey from corporate branding to children's literature has been fueled by her unwavering commitment to celebrating differences and fostering empathy. Rebecca opens up about her personal motivation behind "Guion The Lion," a children's book that showcases the magic of diversity and encourages readers of all ages to embrace curiosity and new perspectives. As a mother of three, including her son Guion who has Down syndrome, Rebecca's unique family experiences inspired her to create a world where differences are not only accepted but celebrated. Discover the intriguing intersection between Rebecca's roles as a Chief Brand Officer and an author. She shares how both spheres revolve around storytelling, connecting with audiences, and building authentic relationships. Rebecca's insights highlight the profound impact that empathy-driven storytelling can have on both personal connections and corporate branding. Delve into Rebecca's community involvement, as she reveals her passion for philanthropy and community building. From her roles on the Board of Advisors of a private Insurance Group to her engagement with the Denver Zoo and Constellation, a philanthropic group focused on early childhood education, Rebecca's dedication to creating a positive impact in her community shines through. As we explore Rebecca's journey, we also get a sneak peek into the future of "Guion The Lion" and her plans for continued storytelling that celebrates diversity. From captivating characters to heartwarming stories, Rebecca offers a glimpse into the creative process that brings "Guion The Lion" to life. Tune in to this episode for an inspiring conversation that underscores the power of embracing differences, fostering empathy, and making a positive impact in the world, both personally and professionally. Join us as we journey through the pages of "Guion The Lion" and beyond with the remarkable Rebecca Wilson Macsovits. More about the Host - Dr. Karin Jakubowski is an Elementary Public School Principal of a National Blue Ribbon School. She is passionate about helping moms first take care of themselves to be their best for their kids. She helps parents with a problem solving process when their child is experiencing challenging behaviors and helps empower women through holding space on this journey to help them grow and connect authentically with themselves and their kids. Connect with Karin - Click Here for Karin's YouTube Channel! TikTok - karinjakubowski - https://www.tiktok.com/@karinjakubowski Instagram - JakubowskiKarin - https://www.instagram.com/jakubowskikarin/reels/ Click here to get her free video course “First Steps to Happy Kids” www.educationalimpactacademy.com
'Resistance is something we do, acceptance is what we are'With the World Cup in full flow, over the next few weeks I am going to use the opportunity to revisit some of my favorite conversations with World Cup winners and legends. Today's episode is with Jonny Wilkinson, 20 years ago from his World Cup winning drop goal - and below are some of the topics we reference during our conversation. I have some cracking new interviews lined up too, and I'll be releasing these very soon - along with further details about my book which will be out in just a few short months. Exciting times!https://www.simonmundie.com/blog/rupert-spira-a-philosophy-of-sport-and-reality - Rupert Spira and a philosophy of sport & realityhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQuMzocvmTQ&t=4s - 'Is everything made of matter or consciousness'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rafVevceWgs&t=1693s - 'the Convergence of Science & Spirituality'YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/YouTubeSimonMundieInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/For the 'Mundie on Monday' newsletter - head to simonmundie.com Please do share this episode - it makes a big difference in helping people find this podcast.Thank you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jean Trewhella is one of the 25 co-authors of The Grief Experience: Tools for Acceptance, Resilence and Connection While studying Physics at Antioch College, Jean was introduced to dance and found that dancing each semester was a great way to balance heavy intellectual course work. She gained a foundation of body awareness through the practice of Alexander technique®, modern dance, improvisational performance arts. Through her professional career she gained leadership and diversity skills from trainings such as Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, Judith Humphrey's Taking the Stage®, and Pat Heim's Gender Awareness. She has practiced implementing these tools and driving change as Leader of the IBM Research Diversity Council, President of IEEE Electronic Packaging Society, and as a speaker on diversity and inclusion in her area of Electronics Packaging. In 2019, Jean became a certified JourneyDance® Facilitator after two years of study and practice with Toni Bergins. https://www.movement-insights.com Order your copy of The Grief Experience here. ------------------------------- For as little as $3 a month, you can become a patron to support this podcast. Also, you can watch the video version of this episode here and have early access for future episodes. ------------------------------- Watch Path 11 TV wherever you want, on the iPhone, AppleTV, Android, Amazon Fire, and Roku Apps.
What if the person you admired the most did something unthinkable? Imagine having a mentor whose actions disappoint you so profoundly that it shakes your belief in your own judgment. That's precisely what happened when an influential figure in my life, a person I deeply respected, made a series of unfortunate, (in my estimation), decisions.As we traverse this challenging journey, we'll explore how to manage and reconcile with disappointment stemming from unfulfilled expectations in relationships. I'll share the six lessons I learned from my own experience - how it resulted in a whirlwind of emotions and compelled me to self-coach, re-evaluate my expectations, and navigate towards acceptance. Remember, expecting perfection from others is a recipe for perpetual disappointment. The sooner we realize this, the more liberating our relationships become.In the final analysis, it's about accepting imperfections in others and most importantly, in ourselves. It's about setting boundaries and understanding that ending a relationship doesn't mean the other person is wrong; it merely signifies the culmination of our journey with them. This episode will challenge you to reflect upon your own relationships, adjust your expectations, and ultimately find freedom in acceptance. So why not join me on this heartfelt exploration of managing expectations, acknowledging imperfections, and finding personal liberation.If you're looking to move your career or life forward, join us in Next Level, my monthly membership where we deal with mindset mastery and action planning. Join the wait list at https://www.thepurposefulcareer.com/nextlevel.
15-year-old Austin Kahn passed away from a terminal brain tumor just days after his birthday. For his parents, Christopher and Jeanette Kahn, unity and good communication in the middle of tragedy helped keep their family together, even as it was falling apart. In this first part of a two-part series, Christopher shares Austin's story of courage, determination, and acceptance in the face of death. In the second part of the series, his wife Jeanette joins to talk about the grief process and the good work the parents are doing in Austin's memory through the “Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer.” Even though we live in challenging times, we can become Relentlessly Resilient as we lean on and learn from one another's experiences. Hosts Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf are no strangers to overcoming adversity; Michelle lost her husband to cancer, while Jennie's husband, Major Brent Taylor, was killed in the service of our country. Their stories bond them together, and now listeners can join them weekly as they visit with others enduring challenges and who teach us how they are exercising resiliency, finding value in their grief, and purpose in moving forward. Listen to the Relentlessly Resilient Podcast regularly on your favorite platform, at kslpodcasts.com, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL NewsRadio App. Join the Resilience conversation on Facebook at @RelentlesslyResilient and Instagram @RelentlesslyResilientPodcast. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.