How many times have you heard the phrase, “if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.” While that's partly true, I'm digging beneath the surface of that idea on today's episode and confronting the fears that come up with imposter syndrome and outgrowing relationships. I explain how to reframe your thoughts and find ways to add value to any group. I also discuss the importance of putting your own growth before relationships that might be holding you back. In this episode you will learn: How I've addressed my two biggest fears around being in expansive environments Accepting that you belong, even if you have the most to gain from the experience Having respect for what someone else has built while also owning your value The power of being honest about what you don't know Details about the 2022 Powerhouse Women Mastermind PROMOS Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com EPISODE TIMELINE ( 0:50 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! ( 1:39 ) Lindsey says, “I'm going to break down both sides of this idea that it is of value to be the least experienced person in the room.” ( 2:47 ) Lindsey recommends the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. ( 3:48 ) Brittany from the text list asks, “What advice do you have for someone who feels extremely uncomfortable being a newbie, or the least experienced person within a network?” ( 4:30 ) Lindsey talks about imposter syndrome. ( 5:11 ) Lindsey shares her experience at one of her first mastermind events. ( 8:17 ) Lindsey says, “I went in with a humble spirit, willing to admit what I didn't know, willing to ask others to share about their experience, and to do it in a really respectful way.” ( 10:59 ) Lindsey says that you can add value to an event by fully engaging. ( 13:28 ) Lindsey talks about overcoming the fear of leaving people behind. ( 16:27 ) Share your questions or sign up for weekly business and mindset tips by texting MENTOR to (602) 536-7829. ( 17:23 ) Lindsey reminds listeners how to get involved with the 2022 Powerhouse Women Mastermind.
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Competing for the bottom and lowering/not having standards is not advised. Accepting any old thing may be fine for you but what about the client? When we think on what our client needs versus what we think we can do to earn money, amazing things can happen….share this with a beauty pro who needs this message.
How can we better accept events beyond our control? If you'd like to be better equipped to deal and react to life's changes then press play. In this episode Sarah Grynberg touches on some of the techniques you can put into effect to be better prepared to deal with uncertainty, and even find more value and happiness in your life in the process. If you want more wisdom on accepting impermanence, then listen to A Life Of Greatness episode where Sarah speaks with Mo Gawdat: http://apple.co/3iC5GfS Follow Sarah for more wisdom and inspiration: Instagram: instagram.com/sarahgrynberg Website: https://sarahgrynberg.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/sarahgrynberg Twitter: twitter.com/sarahgrynberg YouTube: youtube.com/sarahgrynberg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is it permissible for a lender to stipulate with the borrower that along with the debt he must pay him a gift? Meaning, instead of demanding interest, the lender asks that the borrower give him a monetary gift when he repays the loan. Does changing the terminology from "interest" to "gift" suffice to circumvent the Torah prohibition of Ri'bitt (interest)?Rabbi Moshe Halevi, in his work Milveh Hashem (p. 114), rules that such an arrangement is unequivocally forbidden and likely constitutes a Torah violation of Ri'bitt. The term used in reference to what the lender receives in exchange for granting the loan is purely a matter of semantics; it does not change the fact that the borrower pays compensation for the loan. Regardless of whether the lender and borrower speak of this compensation as a gift or as interest, it nevertheless constitutes Ri'bitt and is strictly forbidden.This provision applies to Jewish-owned banks, as well. Many banks offer free gifts to new clients when they open an account. They make an initial deposit and in exchange they receive a free gift (such as a toaster or television). A Jewish client may not accept the free gift unless the bank's Jewish owner had signed a "Heter Iska" document which effectively avoids the prohibitions of Ri'bitt. Just as a Jewish client may not accept interest on savings in a Jewish-owned bank without a "Heter Iska," so may he not accept the perks offered by such a bank unless a proper "Heter Iska" has been signed.Summary: A lender cannot subvert the prohibition against taking interest by making an agreement whereby the extra money paid would be looked upon as a gift, rather than interest.
Welcome to Life Transformation Radio In this episode, Ashley Lyn Olson and I discuss how to accept your life and the path you are on. So if you want to learn how to adapt to life's challenges, explore new opportunities, and trust in yourself. So you can live with 100% no fear, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: Accept your life Explore + Adapt Trust 100% no fear About Ashley Lyn Olson At 14, Ashley was paralyzed in a horrible car wreck that took the life of her father, disabled her mother, and injured her younger sister. That one moment transformed her entire world, but it did not dampen her spirit. Ashley is a published writer, educational speaker, and world traveler; in 2006, she founded wheelchairtraveling.com to empower people with limited mobility to access the world of leisure and adventure travel. Ashley's website is designed as a travel guide that features not only the basics – how to get around, where to sleep – but also ideas on attractions and activities. The site attracts over 25,000 visitors each month. She has tons of exciting travel adventures, including solo trips to Japan and New Zealand and zip-lining in Ecuador, all while paralyzed! Ashley tries to be an example of a woman with positivity and perseverance. More Information Learn more about Ashley Lyn Olson by visiting http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com Thanks for Tuning In!
You cant change the future until you accept the present. If you actually want to make a change, first you gotta know where you are! That's not resignation to stay the same, it's just acceptance. Life is happening now. Pay attention to it. Let's chat. In This Episode You'll Hear: We value connection Social media […] The post MOTM #350: Accepting and Focusing On the Present appeared first on The Movement Maestro.
Author Kandi Steiner was leaning toward no more casual sex when an experience with a friend bolstered that decision. She now creates female characters who voice their desires. Adult star turned author, Logan Pierce, learned similar lessons the hard way. And erotic fiction can help inspire steamier experiences. Take it from writer and editor, Rachel Kramer Bussel. A few more things you'll learn about: Communicating your desires Accepting sex-related feedback (with a throwback clip featuring Logan PIerce) Spicy and empowering perks of erotica Save 30% on your first three months of Zencastr here! Books by Kandi Steiner Between the Sheets: Rise of a Working Stiff Best Women's Erotica of the Year, Volume 7 The Big Book of Orgasms, Volume 2: 69 Sexy Stories Join August's community: patreon.com/girlboner Instagram: @GirlBonerMedia Facebook: @MyGirlBoner Twitter: @AugstMcLaughlin Girl Boner Radio is hosted and produced by August McLaughlin.
One of the things I love about Kori and Fallon is how authentic and open they both are. I had them on the podcast last year and got such great feedback I thought I'd get them on again.Kori had a baby recently named Story, and Fallon has been busy working on her recipe book which has now been released and is called the Batch Cookbook. I have it and can confirm the recipes are amazing, highly recommend purchasing.I think a lot of coaches feel they can't share certain challenges or failures they experience on their journey because they feel like the should have it all together AND I think a lot of women put so much pressure on themselves to be perfect or to have achieved certain goals in certain time frames that they lose sight of the bigger picture.In this episode Kori and Fallon open up about the struggles and challenges they've had on their healing journeys and how it hasn't been linear. We discuss:➡️How healing isn't just about food but your lifestyle as well➡️How it's okay to feel sad, angry, or frustrated sometimes➡️Why stressing about achieving your goals doesn't help➡️Why you shouldn't get hyper-focused on being perfect➡️The power of your mind when it comes to your health➡️How emotions can coexist➡️Focusing on what you do have and not what you don't➡️Accepting and loving yourself while wanting to change LINKSJoin our 7 Day Eat More, Train Less, Get Results Challenge
Sometimes tough love is the best kind of love, especially when it comes to your recovery journey. While self-compassion is essential, these hard truths might hit home for you and help you get out of your own way so you can truly reach full recovery. In this podcast we discuss: 10 hard truths about recovery Are you doing just enough or what is optimal for your recovery Weight gain as a necessity and how to overcome the fear of restoring your weight in order to restore your health How high intensity exercise can't simply be cancelled out by eating more in recovery Accepting that there are no short cuts in recovery Making the big changes that will propel your recovery instead of focusing on tiny little ones Searching for the answers you want instead of accepting the truth about what you need to change to recover The problem with only wanting to gain weight as muscle mass in recovery Sneaky compensation such as reducing your training intensity or volume but then increasing walking Why stress management is so important to regaining your period Body image work and why it's so critical to recovery maintenance . ❤️ Join my newsletter list for weekly motivation and inspiration and you'll also receive a FREE copy of my eBook "31 Ways to Boost Your Body Image" ❤️ Ready to get your period back? Join the next round of Healing Hypothalamic Amenorrhea! This 8-week, hybrid group and 1:1 coaching program is designed to help you recover your period while improving your relationship with food, exercise and your body. Find out details and sign up here: https://sarahlizking.com/healing-ha/ ❤️ Looking for a supportive recovery community? For all the support, resources and strategies you need on your recovery journey, join us in Recovery Club today! ❤️ Work with me and my team to improve your relationship with food and exercise by heading to www.sarahlizking.com and filling out the contact form. ❤️ If you enjoyed this episode please leave a 5⭐️ review and share a screenshot on Instagram by tagging myself @sarahlizking and I'll be sure to reshare.
Today, our expert guest is Dan Millman, who teaches the Peaceful Warrior Way all over the world. He's the author of eighteen books, published in twenty-nine languages, a former world champion athlete, university coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor. His bestselling book, “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” was adapted into a feature film starring Nick Nolte. His latest book, “Peaceful Heart, Warrior Spirit,” is now available everywhere. As a kid, Dan discovered an old trampoline and he just loved jumping up and down on it, trying different flips. He kept jumping and improving until the practice brought him a world championship on the trampoline, entry into the new world of gymnastics, and a college scholarship. These feats and experiences seeded his curiosity of talent and how a person acquires it. In his own research, he discovered that talent is about 20% innate, while the other 80% could be developed. He then turned to examining how being talented as an athlete might be able to help a person in other aspects of life. Being a good gymnast didn't help him with dating, financial challenges, or career decisions, after all. He asked, how can we create a talent, not just for sport, but for living? His work lead to a list of the twelve areas of life that constitute personal development: Discovering our worth Reclaiming our will Energizing our body Managing our money Taming our mind Trusting our intuition Accepting our emotions Facing our fears Illuminating our shadow Embracing our sexuality Awakening our heart Serving our world In his new book, “Peaceful Heart, Warrior Spirit,” Dan distills the teachings he's learned over twenty years, and from four mentors, in his own life. He takes what he went through and applies it to what's most practical in our daily lives. He reminds us that every person's story can be powerful, and he hopes that his will bring about positive change in the lives of many others. The Biggest Helping: Today's Most Important Takeaway “I hope readers will take away, and I hope your listeners will take away, a sense of the value of trusting themselves, trusting their own lives unfolding as they are. Not as they could be or should be, but embracing their life as it is. Let's stop comparing ourselves to other people. It's a profound form of disrespect for our own self, our own process. We need to trust our process, our way of learning, and come to know who we are and accept who we are. This sense of self-acceptance and self-trust is key.” -- Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life. Resources: peacefulwarrior.com Read: Peaceful Heart, Warrior Spirit Twitter: @pwdan The Daily Helping is produced by Crate Media
Jo Pybus is a writer, feminist and what she calls late-onset to many things. She's an Ironman (Ironwoman) and represented Australia in triathlon and cycling in her 40s. She's latterly become a writer and a champion for raising awareness of menopause. Her mantra is better late than never! We talk about: What inspires Jo and what being late onset means to her Why Jo set herself extreme physical challenges Running 102km in perimenopause How physical activity helped her cope with grief Having a low intolerance to regret How women can stop settling for the way things are How she learnt that her body needed to adapt through perimenopause Why we need to talk about menopause more What it means to be a late onset feminist The Me Too movement and the way we see things differently now Menopause and history The importance of managing our stress well How to set yourself up to take action Recognising what no longer serves us Accepting that we may need more sleep The challenge and joy of dancing What Jo wants for women in midlife And more! Find more about Jo: Facebook | Instagram If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, share it and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you're listening. Find out how to leave a review here: bit.ly/leavepodcastreview You can find out more information and get the show notes to every episode at magnificentmidlife.com. That's also where you'll find strategies, support, and resources to help make your midlife magnificent. There's a midlife wellness program, courses, midlife mentoring to help make the most of your next chapter, and our online membership program. If not now, when?
About This Episode: What a validating conversation I had with Laura, aka The OT Butterfly. She and I view parenting our neurodiverse kids in a similar light, and I truly loved hearing about her mindset shift around how to handle a meltdown. Here are just some of the things we discussed:-Balancing motherhood and being a professional in the field of neurodiversity-Meltdowns will happen - stopping the behavior is not the goal!-Difference between tantrums and meltdowns-Generational differences in emotional regulationYou can find Laura on IG @theotbutterfly. She's also launching a FREE masterclass called the Sensory Meltdown Masterclass for Parents - check it out at www.theotbutterfly.com/masterclass. Please shower Laura with love and support by SHARING this episode with your mom friends and groups!MORE:-Want to be a part of my support group community, Mothers Together? Send me a message on IG or FB and I'll tell you how to sign up!-Subscribe to On The Hard Days via Apple, Spotify, or however you get your podcasts. *Please leave a review* to spread the word to other moms around the world!
Accepting "Daat Torah" nowadays usually means believing that the greatest Torah scholars have unusual insight in areas outside of Jewish law and thought; for this reason, a person should or even must ask their opinion before doing… well, perhaps anything. Minimally, even communal matters that are not halachic issues per se require consultation with the authorities before moving forward. Scott discusses this concept and explains why he thinks that even people who can accept it in theory should reject its modern incarnation. This is not a halachic analysis, and it is not intended to be comprehensive. Rather, it is a series of reflections on the ways that Daat Torah has gone wrong, and how the way it is understood today causes terrible damage to Jews and Torah Judaism. Please listen to and share this podcast, and let us know what you think on the Orthodox Conundrum Discussion Group on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/432020081498108). Thanks to all of our Patreon subscribers, who have access to bonus JCH podcasts, merch, and more - we appreciate your help, and hope you really enjoy the extras! Visit the JCH Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse. Check out https://jewishcoffeehouse.com/ for the Orthodox Conundrum and other great podcasts, and remember to subscribe to them on your favorite podcast provider. Also visit https://www.jchpodcasts.com/ to learn all about creating your own podcast. Music: "Happy Rock" by bensound.com
Does Nihilism deserve the bad reputation it seems to carry? Well, according to Wendy Syfret, it may be the key to happiness so many seek. Press play to learn: The classic definition of Nihilism How Nihilism can lend a new perspective on life Why pointlessness may not be such a bad thing Wendy Syfret, the author of The Sunny Nihilist: A Declaration of the Pleasure of Pointlessness, shares her perspective on Nihilism and how it can play a role in cultivating happiness and peace in the mundanity of life. Many hear Nihilism and immediately connect it with apathy or pessimism. However, in reality, it offers solutions to some of the most significant emotional dilemmas humans face. In the face of overwhelming importance placed on even the simplest of everyday tasks, relief can be hard to come by. If one becomes interested or overwhelmed, though, accepting the deeper understanding of insignificance may be the remedy. Visit https://www.wendysyfret.com for more information. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
There's an idea floating within your mind. Soon it will demand your attention. Is this all there is? Am I destined for something bigger? Your real purpose will arrive in your life when you: 1) Accept WHO you are and have always been. You are beautiful just the way you are. 2) Accept WHAT you do when you are doing you. Life is far more enjoyable when you spend most of your time in your comfort zone - and step out occasionally. 3) Accept WHEN when you want to start living in the moment. Now is a good time. 4) Accept WHERE you are in your life. As long as you know where you are, you can go anywhere. Accepting your real purpose is revealed by daily actions. If you want to go in a new direction, change what you do. Start today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I talk to bestselling author Oliver Burkeman about his latest book Four Thousand Weeks. On the surface, it's easy to mistake it for another self-help book on time management. But instead of enthusing about productivity hacks, Oliver challenges his readers to confront the finite nature of humanity. By doing so, he argues we can live fuller lives—without having to always carry the fear of missing out. We also touch on the topics of procrastination, positive psychology, flow, realism, deep time, and patience.BioOliver Burkeman is a journalist for The Guardian. From 2006 to 2020, he wrote the popular weekly column on psychology called “This Column Will Change Your Life”. He is the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking and Help! How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More Done. In 2015, he won the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year award, and has been short-listed for the Orwell Prize. His most recent book is Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals.Website: www.oliverburkeman.comTwitter: @oliverburkeman Topics00:02:03 The efficiency trap00:05:34 Accepting human limitations00:08:35 Why we handicap ourselves00:13:07 How to be a better procrastinator00:18:32 Each activity is paid for with your life00:20:55 The joy of missing out00:23:55 Harness more deep time00:27:57 The common theme of Oliver's books 00:32:02 Realism and doing the impossible00:37:29 Productivity and self-worth00:40:53 Embracing boredom instead of acceleration00:46:14 Developing a taste for problems00:50:21 Radical incrementalism00:57:30 “Originality lies on the far side of unoriginality”01:01:06 How time management distracts us from wonder01:03:50 Oliver's approach to new year resolutions
Tom Wolf is the co-founder, along with his wife Pam Wolf, of Identity and Destiny, and he's also the co-author of the highly-acclaimed book, Identity and Destiny – 7 Steps to a Purpose-filled Life. A self proclaimed “serial entrepreneur,” Tom has started and built 6 successful companies, and sold 5 of them over the last 26 years, and Identity and Destiny is #7. To find out more about Tom (and his wife Pam), you can visit his website: http://www.identityanddestinycom, email him: firstname.lastname@example.org. ------------------------ If you want to help us transform the lives of even MORE MEN for God's glory, please take a minute to leave us a helpful REVIEW on iTunes: http://www.rmcpodcast.com and SHARE this podcast with any young man (or men) you're mentoring or discipling. And make sure you don't miss an interview episode by signing up for our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com, and grab your FREE copy of the Real Men Victory Tracker. Are you stuck? Want to go to the next level in your marriage, career, business, or ministry? Then maybe it's time you got a coach. ALL CHAMPIONS have one. Let me coach you to help you strengthen your faith, improve your marriage, spiritually lead your family, achieve more, balance your time, grow your ministry, or even stop an addiction. Click here for details: http://www.RMCfree.com Also join us on: Join the Real Men 300: http://www.RealMen300.com Facebook Group: http://www.realmenuniversity.com/ YouTube: http://www.RealMenTraining.com Facebook: @realdrjoemartin Instagram: @realdrjoemartin Twitter: @professormartin
This episode originally aired on January 12th, 2021John has over fifteen months (as of Jan 2021) of sobriety and recently experienced the loss of his job. Without a program of recovery, he would likely have used this as an excuse to drink or fall deep into self-pity. Today, he shares how he uses the program, and his support network to view this as an opportunity for growth. John has a great program and I'm grateful to help share his story today on the concept of accepting our present circumstances.ACCEPTING OUR PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCESOur very first problem is to accept our present circumstances as they are, ourselves as we are, and the people about us as they are. This is to adopt a realistic humility without which no genuine advance can even begin. Again and again, we shall need to return to that unflattering point of departure. This is an exercise in acceptance that we can profitably practice every day of our lives. Provided we strenuously avoid turning these realistic surveys of the facts of life into unrealistic alibis for apathy or defeatism, they can be the sure foundation upon whichincreased emotional health and therefore spiritual progress can be built.AS BILL SEES IT, p. 44When I am having a difficult time accepting people, places or events, I turn to this passage and it relieves me of many an underlying fear regarding others, or situations life presents me. The thought allows me to be human and not perfect, and to regain my peace of mind.From the book Daily ReflectionsCopyright © 1990 by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.Need the Daily Reflection Book?Visit our web siteVisit our blogVisit our Facebook GroupSupport the Podcast:- Patreon- Paypal
..:: TALK ::.. Welcome to the Talk version of Flow State. In this version, all music is removed so you can re-listen to or share a specific topic I've discussed. Eventually I may even expand on the topics, with longer talk only episodes discussing deep work, neurology, peak performance and of course the science of flow. ..:: Flow State Patreon Page ::.. It's official, Flow State now has a patreon page. Check it out at: https://ourflowstate.com. Want access to bonus music? Or interested in branded merch (stickers, coffee mugs, or hoodies)? Or do you just want to thank Bobby Lyte and buy him his favorite peppermint tea to help him focus? We're just getting started with the Patreon platform, but join now and become one of the Original Patron's of Flow! With your support we can grow the podcast in exciting new ways to help you experience more flow in your life as well as grow the community and spread these tools and knowledge. Let's build this community together! ..:: Concussion Fix Program ::.. As mentioned, my concussion recovery was in large part due to the Concussion Fix program. If you or anyone you know is still suffering from a concussion, please check out the Concussion Fix program. It will not only accelerate your recovery, but also prevent you from potentially making your concussion worse. Concussion Fix Program: For a 10% discount of the program use this link. Concussion Fix Free Webinar: Check out the free webinar as well. This webinar alone can be incredibly helpful in your recovery. ..:: Notes & Links From the Episode ::.. In today's episode we review Bobby's favorite quotes and insights from Flow State Season 1 and 2. We review the books, The Rise of Superman by Steven Kotler, The One Thing by Gary Keller and The Surrender Experiment by Michael A. Singer. ..:: Flow Triggers ::.. See the full list of flow triggers here: http://bit.ly/flow-triggers "...our research shows that 'backing off' is far more effective for solving problems and generating creativity than we might have ever imagined" - Herbert Benson, M.D., and William Proctor in the Breakout Principle - get the book here: https://amzn.to/3q2BqhZ Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/flow-state/message
Are you accepting your spouse's influence in your marriage? What does that even mean?Accepting your spouse's influence is about being open to your spouse. You are always teachable. It is about making the marriage relationship more important than having things your way. It is understanding that in a marriage you are in a constant state of give and take. And what is behind accepting your spouse's influence? Honoring and respecting their opinions and feelings. It is very different than knowing them. Honoring and respecting require action. When you lean into your spouse's views and feelings to improve how you relate to them on an emotional level, the relationship becomes stronger. In this episode I'll give you what accepting your spouse's influence looks like and how you can start accepting your spouse's influence now.
Karen is a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University. Blending psychology and spirituality with leadership strategy, she transforms the lives of countless Fortune 1000 leaders at work and at home. Her book, “The Connected Leader," puts forward connection as the antidote to the human being crisis within modern leadership. Topics of conversation include: overcoming common roadblocks to connection, having honest conversations (with yourself), drawing from painful personal experiences to become a more empathetic person, and ending professional relationships on good terms. =======================0:00 Intro 2:10 The resilience of the Aspen trees in Utah4:05 Who is Paul Snyder? 5:28 What we get wrong about the leadership crisis 8:44 What makes someone a leader?9:52 Does the natural-born leader exist?13:20 “We all have an experience that has hurt us”17:01 Connection starts with self-connection19:55 How can we be more honest with ourselves? 23:15 Questions that you can ask to build connection25:35 How to part ways on good terms 29:30 How can companies get to know their remote employees?33:38 Transforming your culture begins with you37:36 Why are boundaries so important to maintaining empathy?44:23 Accepting that life is messy46:21 Facing resistance to change49:27 Many of the best leaders are down-to-earth people53:35 “One Final Question”=======================Book Recommendation!“The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others"Karen's website=======================LinkTree to support us and leave an Apple Podcast review (thank you!)Let's get in touch!Join the discussion in the episode comments on our YouTube channel or social media pages...InstagramTwitter
This meditation is a wonderful reflection to start the new year. It is for those of us that are feeling overwhelmed at the start of the new year. Our TL's flooded with inspirationa quotes talking about new year new me. Let's take some time to slow down, accept ourselves and accept where we are in our life journey. Timeline: 0:00 - Intro 3:44 - Meditation Enjoy. Again, I apologize for the absolutely terrible audio! Ase. Follow us on IG for journaling prompts: @soulsistassleep
First thing's first, I did end up not getting ghosted ha! Kelsy started her herpes journey on Herpbler and was inspired by Ella Dawson's anonymous profile there. Kelsy became loud in her personal life and on social media about her herpes status. She shares a story about having flown out to meet with a guy she had been talking to. He introduced her to 25ish of his friends. They were intimate and the sex was average. Not getting oral is NOW a boundary for her, but she made an exception because he checked the boxes. He said he just needed time to be comfy with it. He got real quiet on her after the visit was over and she wondered why. He eventually shared he wasn't comfortable with her having herpes and he's a nurse too so he had the information. We discuss how to navigate people saying they're okay with us having herpes and then later not being okay with it. Managing the emotional labor with boundaries is key. They might already have herpes, but they just don't know because of how tricky testing is as well as all the misinformation that's out there making it challenging. So how do we REALLY know who's okay with us having herpes? We don't, man. It's unfortunate but we are always taking a chance with someone. So all we can do is measure people's actions and the consistency of that alongside their words. People are willing to unlearn stigma for themselves. We have to trust that. What having herpes REALLY means is the same thing for any other condition. We learn to give our body the best opportunity to operate at its natural capacity. A health condition creates a baseline for us to work with. As herpes is a highlight to an underlying trigger, we speak to Kelsy's suicide ideation after her diagnosis. We also speak to her fear of abandonment and the narrative “What's wrong with me?” as the topic when not being chosen given one's weight of your value as it relates to your herpes diagnosis. Having herpes added to her security in herself only because she was willing to explore this within herself. Accepting my status doesn't mean you're a good person, and rejecting my status doesn't mean you're a bad person. Don't put all that weight onto someone accepting your diagnosis to the point where you overlook the red flags and other incompatibilities. Not wanting herpes is perfectly fine. Hell, I didn't want herpes and here I am. It's ok to not want herpes, what's not ok is invalidating the wholeness of a person. I think this is an excellent follow up from episode 208 where I talk about '“lowering my voice” when it comes to having herpes and sharing what I do to keep those around me comfortable. It isn't brave to be loud about our status, it's confronting internalized stigma that is. I know I personally have some work to do around that for sure. Talking about sex is challenging and not “normal”. Filtering in people receptive to sexual health communication through sex positivity and people's relationship to mental health leads to a higher likelihood of a positive disclosure and much more pleasant interaction. We get to a point where we have to stop caring so much about what other people think in the short term for the sake of our own bigger picture of wholeness. We discuss how we can benefit from communicating about past challenges in relationships. Having the sexual health talk should be just as normal as speaking about past relationships. Another thing to consider is how we look at compatibilities outside just herpes status? She also shared an experience she had disclosing her status to a health care worker who hadn't known their herpes information. They were unaware that HSV1 can be genital story. WE ARE THE EXPERTS OF OUR EXPERIENCES! Take the opportunities to share experiences where it's safe to do so for ya! Look at who has herpes that we're NOT hearing from! Most people are okay with their status, don't know or it just isn't an issue for them. The younger folks navigating stigma correctly! They're communicating, utilizing resources, becoming empowered far earlier than those before us. Now we have Safe Slut, Positively Positive, Shana Singleton, etc. TikTok… the list goes on. The end of stigma isn't a universal ending of stigma. It comes at an individual level to be shared as needed and within the communities of those who've ended it within themselves. For Kelsy, it took 6-7 years to hit up a therapist in regards to the trauma that came from the relationship/person who gave her herpes. Empowerment and taking care of yourself is asking people about their status despite being someone positive in their status. Value yourself! Having a support system, their friend, and resources helped her not end her life. Follow Kelsy on Instagram @herp3tic Goddess
If you've ever wanted to live a more beautiful, peaceful life, then do we have the Joseph and the Way of Forgiveness show for you. Today I'll be talking with Stephen Mitchell, a brilliant author and interpreter of books including Tao Te Ching, Gilgamesh, The Iliad, The Odyssey, Beowulf, the co-author of three beautiful books with his wife Byron Katie, and the author of one of the most beautiful reads I've ever had the privilege of coming across, “Joseph and the Way of Forgiveness” That is just what I want to talk with him about today, about a profound tale to open your heart and ease your life. Key Points Discussed: How to bring more forgiveness into our lives (03:08) Has forgiveness always come easy to you? (03:23) The inner wisdom that would pull Joseph to do things and that was there for his highest good (10:34) The central moment: When Joseph choose not to blame his brothers for throwing him into the pit (12:10) The freeing realization that can lift condemnation from ourselves and the rest of the world (17:29) What does “May your will be done” mean? (20:57) Using God's name as a synonym for reality and getting out of the human image of God (24:31) Accepting what is and seeing every situation as the best that could possibly be happening (31:42) How everything that appeared to be the worst thing for Joseph actually served him (37:57) The many years of intensive Zen practice and practice of “The Work” that changed Stephen's life? (47:36) The meaning of “The Great Hymn to the Sun” (58:53) How important is it to forgive everyone in our lives? (01:02:58) To find out more visit: https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-Way-Forgiveness-Biblical-Retold/dp/1250237521 - Joseph and the Way of Forgiveness https://thework.com/ https://stephenmitchellbooks.com/ https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's new book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/ We've got NEW Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/ Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow
How do you know when to accept yourself or change yourself? If you're looking for the answer to this question then listen up to today's class. Show Notes: [04:56] 1) Know who you are and who you are not. [08:24] 2) Identify which parts of you that you want to change. [15:51] 3) The parts that you are willing to change, accept them as positive improvement. [20:23] Recap Episodes Mentioned: 2017: Ask For Advice Instead Of Feedback http://dreallday.com/2017- --- Next Steps: 1) Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free 2) Come to Dre's next LIVE event, Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE 3) Get the #DailyMotivation text: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) 4) Get coached in The Third Day Mastermind: http://WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com/Call 5) Get the FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com
Have you ever felt a surge of anxiety or fear or anger that feels out of balance with whatever just happened?Do you feel things you don't want to feel? Or do things you don't want to do? Do you struggle with critical self talk that take overs and no matter what you do you can't seem to break free of them? Jenna Riemersma shares how to move towards healing and wellness and begin to break free and heal with Internal Family Systems Model . IFS helps us understand why we do things we don't want to do and feel things we don't want to feel: because we have different parts inside of us that are at war. Jenna is the author of the best-seller, "Altogether You, Experiencing personal and spiritual transformation with Internal Family Systems therapy," a Harvard-educated innovator, therapist, and bestselling author who is making emotional wellness accessible. By bringing together the best of cutting-edge neuroscience and clinical treatment, she's created a dynamic paradigm shift from mental illness to mental fitness. In fact, Jenna has pioneered a simple three step process that anyone can use to reduce suffering and increase wellness. She believes this proprietary Move Toward™ approach is THE answer to todays' skyrocketing rates of overwhelm, anxiety and depression.Where to find Jenna:Her website: https://jennariemersma.com/Her book: Altogether You: Experiencing personal and spiritual transformation with Internal Family Systems therapyHer Free Course: Unlock Your Inner Parent Superhero Resources
In this episode, we listen to Segev speak about how important it is for him that his kids know that they are loved. He shares how he used to think that being in their lives all the time meant being a good father, especially during the first six months. He shares how being present for them, Chaperoning field trips, picking up, dropping off. Parent-teacher conferences. How this made him feel like a good father. Listen to the episode and learn what version of himself was needed at different times to be present. You want to listen to all of it and how it took him 8 years to reach acceptance with his ex as their mom. Accepting how she shows up as a mom, how his expectations or ideas of what he wants her to be is met with better or worse. What he does to be okay with the obstacles.Be ready to hear what worked for him and how he sources his steps. As a dad of two, with an Ex who is not quite yet an X, it takes constant reflection and mindfulness to find the light in situations. Segev provides a slice of what that looks like for him in this episode.
Accepting what we can't control is an act of control itself—and it frees us up to focus on what's in our power. Today, join Joy Ofodu for an exercise to release what's out of your control and feel more empowered to tackle what is. This is your year to Shine. Start this year with your annual mental wellness program from Shine. You'll get daily meditations, weekly courses, and monthly workshops to help you commit to self-care all year long. Upgrade to Shine Premium today to join the Lay Your Foundation for 2022 course to help you build your vision for the year ahead. For a limited time, get 50% off your first year of Shine Premium. Head to theshineapp.com/2022 to redeem this offer.
In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Dr. Mira Reiss. Dr. Reiss is a Thought Leader, Expert in life solutions, empowering her clients to be more enlightened in their lives to create better success in their business and personal life. She is a Founder of the online Academy of Holistic Freedom. Mira works with her clients to balance their energetic system, using her knowledge and expertise in Eastern Wisdom (Dzogchen -Total Perfection, Chinese Metaphysics, and Mongolian Stones) coupled with her scientific background in Sociology. It gives her the ability to dig deeper into the personality of her clients, supporting them to find more personal power and control in their life, to walk from victim to being the director of their future, to their success. She empowers them to use their unique magic in their lives and make the world a better place. Mira's mission is to assist her clients in connecting with their inner wisdom where MIRAcles are possible. And then they can enjoy peace of mind, happiness, and joyful abundance. “Gratitude is connecting your brain to your heart.” This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Learning how to use your personal MIRAcle to change your life 2) You are totally perfect exactly as you are 3) Removing limitations that are set up in your mind 4) Finding Holistic Freedom 5) Where are you looking for happiness? Are you looking within yourself This episode is about: In this episode, Jana and Mira discuss learning to use your personal MIRAcle to change your life. Accepting that you are perfect exactly as you are. Removing limitations that are set in your mind. Finding holistic freedom. Get in touch with Mira Reiss: https://linktr.ee/mirareiss Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Free Gift: 5 Keys To Becoming The Next Influencer Free Video Series Are you ready to see just how powerful your business can be through storytelling? Grab my FREE video series outlining how you can become the next influencer through your powerful story. The upside is right; now, over 90% of businesses are online. The downside to you is that over 90% of businesses are currently online. If you want to stake your place in this crowded space, you need to stand out and be unique. Learn how to do just that for your brand and business. Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
Accepting the anger of God presented in the Bible can be a barrier to the unbelieving world. Actually, God's anger and wrath can even keep believers away from passages explaining this aspect of Him. However as Pastor Ricky will point out today, God will use His anger towards sin to wake up His people and to cause them to return to Him. Because all creation has sinned, His response is anger towards that evil. This anger towards sin proves that He's good. He will not let that which ruins His Creation to forever continue.
Today's very special guests, from the group #Jexit - Jews Exiting the Democratic Party - are educating American Jews about the Democrats and their abandonment of Israel and the Jewish people. Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/FVRuOYOQvqc Democrats thrive on division and polarization based on race, income, gender, sexual orientation, people of faith, and now, in attacking police. The Democrats are terrible for America, and what is terrible for America, is a nightmare for the Jewish people. On their website, Jexit states: For decades, American Jews have consistently supported Democrat candidates. However, that party is undergoing a seismic and alarming change. Accepting, approving and failing to condemn anti-Semitism shows the new direction of the Party. Endorsing the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) Movement, threatening to block weapons sales to Israel, denying Israel's right to self-defense, indirectly funding Hamas by giving money to Iran, these are but some examples of how the radical left has abandoned the Jewish community. There are only 15 million Jews in the world, half of them live in Israel. We must stand together! You can visit them at: WWW.JEXITUSA.ORG The Definitive Rap 29DEC2021 - PODCAST
Drinking Matcha Tea Can Reduce Anxiety Kumamoto University (Japan), December 24, 2021 Researchers at Kumamoto University in the Kyushu region of Japan studied green tea's beneficial properties, specifically its ability to calm the mind. Published in the Journal of Functional Foods in 2019, the study examined the stress-reducing function of matcha green tea in animal experiments and clinical trials. The study honed in on the effects of L-theanine, a primary amino acid in green tea that has been shown to exhibit stress-reducing effects in mice and humans with high-trait anxiety. The amino acid L-arginine, also present in traditional green tea, has previously been shown to enhance stress-reducing effects of certain amino acids. Matcha tea, also called “fine powder tea,” has higher concentrations of theanine and arginine than traditional green tea preparations. However, the higher caffeine level creates an effect that is antagonistic to theanine, meaning it reduces theanine's calming effects. Previous studies have suggested that differences in the quantities and ratios of these three green tea components (theanine, arginine and caffeine) affect the efficiency of its stress-reducing action. Researchers noted that the quantities of theanine and arginine must be high, whereas the EGCG and caffeine levels must be low to receive optimum anti-anxiety benefits of matcha tea. Therefore, this research suggests that the quality of matcha tea preparation is highly important when an individual is consuming matcha for its calming properties. Omega-3 supplementation associated with reduction in markers of senescence Akershus University Hospital (Norway), December 27 2021. The November-December 2021 issue of Kidney Medicine reported the finding of a reduction in markers of cellular senescence among kidney transplant recipients who received supplemental omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in comparison with a placebo. Accelerated cellular senescence has been associated with a decline in kidney transplant function. The current study compared the effects of 2.6 grams per day of omega-3 fatty acids to a placebo among 132 kidney transplant patients. Blood samples were collected before and after the 44-week treatment period. Analysis of plasma obtained at the end of the trial revealed a reduction in the SASP components granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, interleukin 1α, macrophage inflammatory protein 1α, matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-1 and MMP-13. Self-Compassion Reduces Negative Mood Over Time New research shows that accepting negative moods can reduce them. University of Toronto, Dec 22, 2021 New research headed by the University of Toronto looked at if the amount that people "accept" their negative emotions is associated with (a) better mental health and (b) reduced negative moods over time. By acceptance, these authors do not mean simply allowing and being okay with negative things happening to you or being mistreated, but rather, experiencing and thinking about your own negative emotions in a non-judgemental way. In one study of over 1,000 people, they found that accepting mental experiences was related to less anxiety and depression and to more life satisfaction. This was even when "controlling" for potentially related variables like cognitive re-appraisal (re-thinking something to make it more positive/less negative) and rumination. This means, basically, that the effect persisted even when those other variables were accounted for. In Study 2, these researchers measured people's general level of acceptance of their negative thoughts and emotions. They then exposed participants in a laboratory to a variety of stressors. Participants with a higher level of general acceptance experienced lower levels of negative mood as a response. In Study 3, they assessed around 200 participants over a six month period. They found that high levels of acceptance were associated with better mental health at Time 1, and the relationship between acceptance and positive mental health was explained by reduced levels of negative emotions six months later. Taken together, these studies suggest that one way to reduce negative moods is to stop beating yourself up about thinking bad thoughts and having negative feelings. Accepting them—and this might be easier said than done but is still possible—can greatly improve your mental health. Researchers identify how red meat increases cardiovascular disease risk Cleveland Clinic, December 23, 2021 A Cleveland Clinic-led study has revealed new insights into how a diet rich in red meat increases risk for cardiovascular disease. The findings were published in Nature Microbiology. The latest findings offer a more comprehensive understanding of the two-step process by which gut microbes convert the nutrient carnitine into TMAO, an atherosclerosis- and blood clot-promoting molecule, following the ingestion of a red meat-rich diet. "These new studies identify the gut microbial gene cluster responsible for the second step of the process that links a red meat-rich diet to elevated cardiac disease risks," said Dr. Hazen, who directs the Cleveland Clinic Center for Microbiome & Human Health. The researchers studied the relationship between fasting plasma γBB levels and disease outcomes using samples and clinical data collected from nearly 3,000 patients. Higher γBB levels were associated with cardiovascular disease and major adverse events including death, non-fatal heart attack or stroke. Try exercise to improve memory, thinking Mayo Clinic, December 27, 2021 A new guideline for medical practitioners says they should recommend twice-weekly exercise to people with mild cognitive impairment to improve memory and thinking. "Regular physical exercise has long been shown to have heart health benefits, and now we can say exercise also may help improve memory for people with mild cognitive impairment," says Ronald Petersen, M.D., Ph.D., lead author, director of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, Mayo Clinic. Dr. Petersen encourages people to do aerobic exercise: Walk briskly, jog, whatever you like to do, for 150 minutes a week—30 minutes, five times or 50 minutes, three times. The level of exertion should be enough to work up a bit of a sweat but doesn't need to be so rigorous that you can't hold a conversation. "Exercising might slow down the rate at which you would progress from mild cognitive impairment to dementia," he says. Another guideline update says clinicians may recommend cognitive training for people with mild cognitive impairment. Cognitive training uses repetitive memory and reasoning exercises that may be computer-assisted or done in person individually or in small groups. There is weak evidence that cognitive training may improve measures of cognitive function, the guideline notes. New evidence shows the importance of healthy lifestyle programs in pregnancy Monash University (Australia), December 22, 2021 Healthy lifestyle programs in pregnancy support mums to achieve healthier pregnancies and improve health outcomes Monash University research shows. The systematic review incorporated 34,546 pregnancies and highlighted that supporting mums-to-be with a structured, healthy lifestyle program that provides structured, evidence-based health information, advice and guidance from professionals about healthy eating and physical activity during this priority life stage, helps achieve a healthier pregnancy and significantly improves pregnancy complications. The research also showed that healthy lifestyle programs are effective for all mums regardless of what weight they enter pregnancy and focus on supporting a healthy lifestyle and don't focus on weight and are a powerful tool in supporting mums to be the healthiest they can in pregnancy. OTHER NEWS Video - Melissa Ciummei – North Ireland investor and economic researcher The pandemic is about the Great Reset. People have this idea that ‘that's my money in the bank', it's not. 10 minutes (video was deleted on youtube) https://videopress.com/v/rwiSFKU2 Video - Anna de Buisseret - Former British army officer and senior UK attorney Experimental Injections. “Biggest Crimes Against Humanity Ever Committed.” From 44 second mark to 5:55 minute mark (video is embedded on this webpage) https://www.globalresearch.ca/biggest-crimes-against-humanity-ever-committed-anna-de-bouisseret-explains-who-will-held-liable-under-law/5765620
This episode is a little life update from the past couple of months, and closing out the year 2021 strong. I share my life as I tried therapy, healing unresolved trauma, and letting go of things/people/ideas that are no longer serving me. This episode is a relatable, raw, and honest one. Hope you enjoy :) Thank you all for an amazing year! The company I work for now: https://86york.com/ ------------------- ANDWHY. is a multi-media platform to share people's dreams and to inspire people to dream. In our podcast, we are providing motivating episodes to help people tackle their lives' obstacles that prevent them from following their dreams. We also share people's stories to help similar-minded people connect with one another and to find inspiration in their stories. *If you'd like to donate to this podcast, please follow the link at the end* ------------------- Follow our Instagram for updates: https://www.instagram.com/andwhymedia/ Check out our website: https://andwhymedia.com/ The host, Annie's, personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anniexjl/ ------------------ Here are links to credit: Sam Kim - producer of podcast jingle - https://soundcloud.com/samksong/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annie-law/support
What sets top performers apart from the rest? What is that determining factor – that one element needed to set yourself apart? Could it be as simple as having a confident mindset? We are pleased to have Meshell Baker join us to speak about how this is far too often the missing component for a successful and sustainable career. Meshell is the Owner of Meshell Baker Enterprises, a consulting firm focused on supporting women business owners, and sales leaders with the goal of empowering sales professionals to develop high-performance resilience and unstoppable confidence. Meshell emphasizes knowledge, training, and competence as a way to strengthen the mindset. She believes that sales is 80% emotional and only 20% logical, which is why prospects are buying you long before they buy your product or service. Therefore, it is so important to be clear on your personal why and on why you are selling. This conversation produced incredible nuggets and tips, including:Accepting your own valueBecoming resilient as you will hear rejectionsDevelop your network and value relationships (your net worth is equal to your network)Invest in yourself first thing every morningWe dive into this principle of personal daily investment as we touch on the book, 'The Miracle Morning' by Hal Elrod. In it, he lays out the acronym SAVERS, which stands for Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing. He is talking about developing positive habits and mindset by injecting a simple routine. Meshell states that 'habituating is the only way to achieve [sustained] success'. You need to own your success. To learn more about Meshell and her upcoming Virtual Vision Board Event, visit http://www.meshellbaker.com/Also take advantage of her Confident Mindset Handout https://bit.ly/TheConfidentMindsetHandoutBe sure to Support and Follow us by Subscribing & Downloading.--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp
Today I am joined by Scout Sobel. Scout is the founder of Scout's Agency a PR agency that gets women as guests on podcasts, the co-host of Okay Sis Podcast and the host of SCOUT Podcast. We discuss… - Using your emotions to guide you in balancing mental health and professional goals - Scout's perspective on how her bipolar originated—the genetic component, recurring dreams, and spiritual traumas - Experiencing the symptoms of sexual trauma without the physical experience - What recurring dreams can tell us about our pasts, futures, and spirits - Being addicted to emotions and the ways they enable us to stay in our suffering - Receiving mental health treatment and support as a human and not just a pathologized patient - Accepting worthiness as is and letting go of the stories and identities we obsess over Mentioned in this week's episode… - The Emotional Entrepreneur by Scout Sobel - Alexis on Okay Sis - Ep. 67 How Stress Effects Our Brains with Holistic Psychologist Dr. Meredith Sagan - Surviving Dear Documentary on Netflix - DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets - The DBT Therapy Skills Workbook - The DBT Therapy Skills Workbook for Bipolar - Meet Your Soul by Elisa Romeo For a 30 day free trial of Dipsea's wellness sessions, sensual bedtime stories, and audio soundscapes head to dipseastories.com/reality. If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.ororecovery.com Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis' Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. Produced by Dear Media
What legacy are you leaving behind you? Is it empowering? Is it impactful? If you choose to stand in your truth, your power, your beliefs, and speak up when uncomfortable situations arise, you will undoubtedly create a huge ripple effect that positively impacts not only yourself but the countless women who come after you. You will be a true leader. In this episode, I am talking about stepping into true leadership, including what it means, what it can look like, and how it can impact more than just yourself. I speak on how you can step into your truth as a leader by speaking up and standing in your power so you can leave a legacy of empowerment in your wake. What we covered: How to step into a higher level of spiritual development Accepting the invitation to rise up in uncomfortable situations Why spiritual leaders should lead by example The true meaning of impactful leadership “Leadership is about thinking bigger than you. It's not just about you. I think the greatest leaders of all time have recognized the power of their truth and their word, but also the importance of the people that it impacts.” - Carissa ------------------------ Join the Freedom Designers Facebook Community, where I share business insights and tips that will help you design a rich life and business!
Join us as Joel Gough, from Leesburg, VA, shares his experience, strength, and hope around today's Daily Reflection, Accepting Success or Failure.ACCEPTING SUCCESS OR FAILUREFurthermore, how shall we come to terms with seeming failure or success? Can we now accept and adjust to either without despair or pride? Can we accept poverty, sickness, loneliness, and bereavement with courage and serenity? Can we steadfastly content ourselves with the humbler, yet sometimes more durable, satisfactions when the brighter, more glittering achievements are denied us?TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 112After I found A.A. and stopped drinking, it took a while before I understood why the First Step contained two parts: my powerlessness over alcohol, and my life's unmanageability. In the same way, I believed for a long time that, in order to be in tune with the Twelve Steps, it was enough for me "to carry this message to alcoholics." That was rushing things. I was forgetting that there were a total of Twelve Steps and that the Twelfth Step also had more than one part. Eventually I learned that it was necessary for me to "practice these principles" in all areas of my life. In working all the Steps thoroughly, I not only stay sober and help someone else to achieve sobriety, but also I transform my difficulty with living into a joy of living.From the book Daily Reflections. Copyright © 1990 by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. All rights reserved.Need the Daily Reflection Book?Visit our web siteRead about Recovery on our BlogVisit our Facebook GroupFollow us on TwitterSupport the Podcast:- On Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailyreflection- On PayPal: https://paypal.me/dailyreflectionIf you're struggling with alcohol or addiction, or wondering how to stop drinking it's helpful to know that there's a solution that has worked for millions of people. The Daily Reflection Podcast provides hope, and inspiration through the shared experiences of people that have found a way out. Just a brief reminder that at the end of this year we'll be taking a break. We wanted to thank you all for your support and listenership. We hope to return next year. Until then, be safe!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/dailyreflection)Just a brief reminder that at the end of this year we'll be taking a break. We wanted to thank you all for your support and listenership. We hope to return next year. Until then, be safe!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/dailyreflection)
Accept the burden of processing uncertainty. I read this quote from The Messy Middle recently and realized that this is what 2021 was all about for me. We need contrast in order to experience the great blessings that our higher power has in store for us. Today, I'm talking about how to tap into yourself and process the trials and tribulations of life. I also share how to proactively work through uncertainty and create support systems that help lift you up and realize your blessings. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Recognizing where you're blocking your blessings Why it's worth it to stick through the uncertain times How to build your support network Appreciating California more after growing up in Upper Michigan RESOURCES ENTER TO WIN OUR $2,800 HOLIDAY SWEEPSTAKES! Thanks Butcher Box. New members can receive one free pack of bacon in every box, plus $20 off each box for the first 5 months of your membership by going to butcherbox.com/lori. Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 for updates and a chance to be featured on the show! CONNECT WITH LORI Instagram: @loriharder Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Girlfriends & Business: @girlfriendsandbusiness Listen to Girlfriends & Business
Pablo Picasso once said that the first half of life is learning to be an adult, and the second half is learning to be a child.We can all agree that life has been an interesting ride these past few years. It has been extremely rough for some of us and for others it has given us the opportunity to finally come face to face with our fears, our worries and most importantly ourselves.Through our struggles, we found the love and support that we needed, through our darkest moments we have found the answers we were longing for, and on this spiritual journey we have found one another, a sisterhood like no other. But it's also ok if some of us still feel lost but if by chance this podcast has provided you a sense of clarity or community - then I am forever indebted to God for this simple reason.Today's special guest is a dear friend of mine - someone whom you have all met before - Sara Luchetti. She was this season's opener and it only felt right to have her close out the season, too. Subhanallah, how life always comes full circle.I simultaneously have all the words and no words to describe who Sara is - and if you ask her, she'll simply say, I'm human. But if i were to describe how she makes me feel - that's a whole other story. She is a sister for life, a kind and genuine soul and someone who has embraced me with the love that I needed. In today's episode we discuss how our heart feels these days and what is it trying to tell us, especially since our emotions are the language and messengers of our hearts.Sara guides us through the concept of letting go of expectations and instead of drowning in what ifs, we instead swim in what is. How do we live a life of accepting instead of a life with balled up fists ready to fight any change or hardship that comes our way. Recently I've shared how I've transitioned from traditional therapy to seeking Sara's services - which specifically focuses on heart work. I want to take a moment to say thank you to our teachers, our therapists, our loved ones who have helped us on this journey, who have stood by our side through the most difficult of times and who have shown us how strong we truly are. This past week I had a very emotional and heart awakening session with Sara and it felt as if she was holding a mirror up to me - allowing me to face myself and see how much I have overcome and what is truly tugging at my heart.Lastly, thank you to every guest and every listener, every kind word and every piece of advice that was gifted to me. Like I said, words don't do our feelings any justice sometimes, so for now all I can say is - I will forever keep you all in my duas!Enjoy and follow the pod on Instagram:@unsweetenedandunfilteredFollow Sara Luchetti on Instagram:@saraluchettiBook a session w/ Sara:www.saraluchetti.com
On today's quickie episode, Brit shares details about her entrepreneurial experience and some of the lessons that she's learned. She talks about how persistence, courage and surrounding herself with a strong team has helped her achieve goals beyond her wildest imagination. She reflects on how mindset and focusing on her ‘why' has helped her through these past daunting 18 months. Plus, she shouts out inspiring women in business who empower and motivate her to dream as big as she possibly can. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Details of Brit's journey to starting Squeeze and The Feel Good Company Major business and life lessons that Brit has learned How embracing transition and chasing discomfort leads to fulfillment The role that empowering others has on your success Accepting that it's normal to not have all the answers Staying motivated by striving for something bigger than yourself RESOURCES Text GIRLFRIENDS to 310-496-8363 for updates and a chance to be featured on the show! CONNECT WITH BRIT Instagram: @britdrisc Squeeze: @squeeze CONNECT WITH LORI Instagram: @loriharder Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Listen to Earn Your Happy CONNECT WITH ALLI Instagram: @alliwebb Becket & Quill: @becketandquill Squeeze: @squeeze