Praying Christian Women Podcast: The Podcast About Prayer
Grab your free scripture journal at http://www.prayingchristianwomen.com/journal today! This week on the podcast we're answering a Coffee Break question about how to stay faithful to your prayer life when your routine changes (summer, anyone???). Here are a few suggestions we came up with (listen to the full episode to hear more!): Acknowledge the transition Make a plan/be intentional Have grace with the process (there will be hiccups) Be open to changing it up as you go; don't feel guilty for giving up part of the routine Let go of guilt Invite God (and your loved ones) into the transition
Indigenous scholar Yuria Celidwen guides us in a meditation to strengthen our sense of belonging and connection to the earth. This Happiness Break is part of our special series, Climate, Hope & Science. In it, we explore the intersection of environmental well-being and our own well-being, where taking care of ourselves and the planet are one in the same and feeling good is not only possible, it's helpful. Listen to the rest of the series, which was released in our feed April 22–May 18, 2023. How to Do This Practice: Find a comfortable position wherever you are located. Direct your attention to your feet and the surface below them. Try to cultivate a sense of belonging in that space under your feet. Let your breath guide your attention back to your feet and upward to your heart and head. Feel a sense of openness as you welcome the warmth of the sun into your heart. Acknowledge the transformative power of the earth and your role within it. Today's Happiness Break host: Dr. Yuria Celidwen is an Indigenous scholar whose work focuses on Indigenous contemplative traditions and advocating for the rights of Indigenous peoples and lands. She is a senior fellow at the Othering and Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley and has worked with numerous organizations including the United Nations. Learn more about Yuria: https://www.yuriacelidwen.com/ Find out more about Yuria's work at the Othering and Belonging Institute: https://belonging.berkeley.edu/yuria-celidwen More resources from The Greater Good Science Center: How Nature Can Make You Kinder, Happier, and More Creative: https://tinyurl.com/d2vzpsaj What Happens When We Reconnect With Nature: https://tinyurl.com/553xwm47 How to Protect Kids from Nature-Deficit Disorder: https://tinyurl.com/4usewuzj How Nature Helps Us Heal: https://tinyurl.com/2p93682j Why is Nature So Good for Your Mental Health? https://tinyurl.com/bdetmjt3 Five Ways to Develop “Ecoliteracy”: https://tinyurl.com/2zuj6smv Green With Empathy: https://tinyurl.com/42rk4m2m We love hearing from you! Tell us about your experience with this meditation. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the hashtag #happinesspod. Find us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/2p9h5aap Help us share Happiness Break! Leave us a 5-star review and copy and share this link: https://tinyurl.com/2p9h5aap We're living through a mental health crisis. Between the stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, burnout — we all could use a break to feel better. That's where Happiness Break comes in. In each biweekly podcast episode, instructors guide you through research-backed practices and meditations that you can do in real-time. These relaxing and uplifting practices have been shown in a lab to help you cultivate calm, compassion, connection, mindfulness, and more — what the latest science says will directly support your well-being. All in less than ten minutes. A little break in your day. The Science of Happiness would like to extend a special thanks to *Eva Frye for their support of this series.*
Howie couldn't stomach the entire Durham Report, but he's read enough of it. The deepest corruption the country has ever seen has been brought to light, and an entire election was affected by it. Then, Howie shares the breaking news that Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins is resigning after a months-long ethics investigation.
Instant Impact with Elyse Archer
Today's episode is a little bit different. It is actually a recording of a live training I did months ago with Ian Koniak. I've had the pleasure of working with Ian on her personal brand in the sales space and he is no stranger to the She Sells Radio Podcast. Check out Episode 144, where he talks about the surprising truths of being a top sales performer. But now, Ian is a full fledged sales coach with an amazing company and a few months ago, we teamed up for a live training. This episode is a peek into that live training! This training was all about the mindset and habits of sales champions. You will get so much from this, both from the mindset piece as well as the masculine habits that can help you. It's all about balance and that abundance mindset! You will also hear real questions from real listeners like you who are doing the right work to reach their goals. Show Notes: [3:54] - Ian runs a coaching business and shares what he helps people with to succeed in sales. [4:55] - Listeners from the live session share some of their 2023 goals and many of them are targets. [5:53] - Your mindset determines your results. [7:03] - Ian works with more than 100 sales executives and he describes the work he does with them through his coaching. [9:09] - The trends in sales are leading to an increase in mental health challenges. [10:30] - Elyse shares her pain points before shifting her mindset. [11:41] - If you are experiencing these pain points, you are not alone. [13:27] - Focus on what you can control. You can't control economics. [14:40] - Your current results are a reflection of the past. [15:47] - You can't create abundance with lack. [16:49] - What is an abundance mindset? [18:13] - If you care about serving your clients, closing a sale will be a natural outcome. [19:39] - A viewer of the live session presents his struggle and questions what to work on first. [21:01] - In sales, you have to prioritize the pipeline. [23:45] - Having blind faith in the process is hard. [25:34] - Another viewer of the live session presents a situation and asks how to train herself to think bigger. [27:26] - After spending time with a mentor, Elyse saw the patterns and surrounded herself with people who challenged her thinking. [29:07] - Get the perspective from outside of your circle. [33:18] - Having doubts around your goal is a common problem especially when your company gives you a goal that doesn't seem attainable. [35:28] - Everyone has an internal thermostat and we can alter it. [37:50] - Once you trust the process and detach yourself from the outcome, results will come. [40:07] - Just because you have the negative thought, does not make it true. [41:06] - Habits change your mindset. [42:50] - Ian shares his morning habits and why they are important to him. [44:01] - One habit for Ian is affirmations and he shares a few of them that have the biggest impact. [46:11] - Elyse describes her morning routine as well. Everyone's will be different and they may change at different stages of your life. [48:09] - There are a lot of different approaches to meditation. [49:12] - Acknowledge yourself at the end of the day. This is so easy to forget. [51:31] - This activity is wonderful for your self image. [53:47] - Why are people unhappy? What is the source of misery in sales? [55:30] - The way you have a great day is to have a productive day. [57:17] - Ian uses a system called Priority Scorecard that eliminates decision fatigue. Connect with Ian: Untap Your Sales Potential Coaching Ian Koniak's Website Ian Koniak LinkedIn Links and Resources: Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube She Sells with Elyse Archer Home Page Abundance Mini Course Join the $10K Club Apply for the $50K Club Mastermind
What happens when you're a successful engineer but lack the leadership skills to take your career to the next level? Jeremy Doran joins Jerry Dugan on Beyond the Rut to discuss the power of delegation, brainstorming, and seeing things from different perspectives. But what happens when communication styles clash and finding compromises seems impossible? Tune in to find out and be left on the edge of your seat.In this episode, you will be able to:Delve into the benefits of diverse opinions for crafting success-driven solutions.Unearth the connection between delegation and the augmentation of leadership skills and team empowerment.Develop exceptional communication, active listening, and personality analysis skills for fruitful interactions.Ascertain key priorities for time management and workload balance among leaders.Acknowledge the potential in empowering teammates to further their growth opportunities.My special guest is Jeremy DoranIntroducing Jeremy Doran, a seasoned engineering leader with a unique blend of mechanical engineering and psychology expertise. Jeremy specializes in helping engineers who have been promoted into management positions develop the necessary skills to lead people effectively. As a co-author of "The Little Kids," he shares stories from his childhood and their impact on his life and career, emphasizing the importance of understanding different perspectives. In the podcast, Jeremy discusses the crucial role that considering diverse viewpoints plays in brainstorming and finding efficient solutions to complex problems.Power of Delegation Jeremy Doran speaks about the importance of delegation in leadership, particularly in transitioning from an individual contributor to a leadership role. He advises that leaders should prioritize essential tasks and help their team achieve success by delegating responsibilities, rather than taking on every assignment themselves. By emphasizing the power of delegation, Doran advocates for investing time and effort into empowering employees, cultivating a strong and supportive work environment in the process.Impact of Personality Types on Communication Understanding different personality types is vital for leaders who aim to communicate effectively with their team. By acknowledging various communication styles and preferences, leaders can cater to individuals and create an inclusive environment that promotes collaboration. In the podcast, Jeremy Doran talks about the importance of recognizing different personality types and how they can impact communication in a group setting. He suggests using models such as DISC to assess and understand different communication styles. Doran also provides examples of how to facilitate meetings with diverse groups, emphasizing the value of including everyone in the conversation. By understanding the impact of personality types on communication, leaders can create effective communication strategies, improve team cohesion, and foster a more inclusive work environment.Beyond the Rut Podcast and The Shadows Podcast are members of Lima Charlie Network whose mission is to empower others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication by connecting our audience with a network of podcasters and thought-leaders focused on sharing tools for impactful improvement. Visit LimaCharlieNetwork.com for more information!Support the show
Are you currently facing adversity? How are you coping while navigating life's challenges? In this week's episode, we have an interview with Frank McKinney, who successfully fought and overcame Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. He is now two years cancer-free and has written a book about his experience and how he conquered one of the greatest adversities in his life. After listening to this episode, you will definitely want to buy the book as it not only offers valuable insights but also can help an entire village in Haiti. Key takeaways from the episode: Adversity can make you feel dead inside, so take risks and do something that makes you feel most alive. Your adversity has a purpose. Do not hold onto the past or difficult times because tomorrow is a new day. Do not become a victim of "Stockholm Syndrome" when facing adversity. Acknowledge it and do not let it consume you.
I was mortified: The last podcast was a DISASTER. I was so ashamed that I could not record another episode. You have to listen to this episode to know what I am talking about. Shame is a complex and intense emotion that can be difficult to overcome, but it is possible with patience, self-compassion, and a willingness to work through the underlying issues. Here are some strategies that can help: Recognize and name the shame: The first step to overcoming shame is to identify and acknowledge it. Recognize the thoughts and feelings that arise when you experience shame. Try to name the specific emotion, such as embarrassment, guilt, or humiliation. Practice self-compassion: Shame can be a self-critical and self-destructive emotion, but self-compassion can help counteract these tendencies. Treat yourself with kindness, understanding, and acceptance. Acknowledge your mistakes and shortcomings, but don't beat yourself up over them. Challenge negative self-talk: Shame often arises from negative self-talk and beliefs, such as "I'm not good enough" or "I'm a failure." Challenge these thoughts by examining the evidence, questioning their validity, and replacing them with more positive and accurate self-talk. Seek support: Shame thrives in isolation, so seek out supportive friends, family members, or a therapist who can provide a safe and non-judgmental space to process your emotions and experiences. Take action: Shame can be paralyzing, but taking action can help you feel more empowered and in control. Identify small steps you can take to move forward and make positive changes in your life. Practice vulnerability: Shame often arises from a fear of being vulnerable or exposing one's true self. Practicing vulnerability by sharing your thoughts and feelings with others can help build trust, connection, and resilience. So there you have it, if you go through what I had to go through maybe take the above steps to get over your shame. Before I forget: Go to www.drfaryal.com/retreat23 to sign up for the retreat in Hawaii. I hope to see you then.
The 4 Phase Cycle Podcast with Zesty Ginger || Hormone Balance | Women's Health | Mindset
Welcome to Season 18 of The Zesty Ginger Podcast! To kick-start this brand-new season, Dr. Alex talks about the importance of masculine-feminine awareness. In this episode, she talks about where masculine and feminine energies meet, their concept, and the seven-step transformation process. She also shares the importance of acknowledging anger and blaming. Connect with us: Follow us on IG: @zesty_ginger Find us on FB: www.facebook.com/zesty_ginger Sign up for Coaches Connect: https://www.zestyginger.com/coachesconnect Visit us at www.zestyginger.com/ to learn more about the 4 Phase Cycle Approach. Want to talk to Megan about the 7-day certification training? Click here to schedule an appointment! https://zestyginger.as.me/MeganBlacksmith
We all have negative thoughts sometimes that put us down or make us doubt ourselves. That's normal, but when those thoughts become chronic and intrusive it can lead to a sad lonely life of blaming the world and other people for our problems. Looking back over my own experience and reading how others have overcome negative thoughts I wanted to share with you some ways to overcome that pattern. Acknowledge the thoughts and know you will overcome themUse compassionate self-talkTalk to others to get a new perspectiveTake that thought, wrap it up in tissue and throw it awayListen to today's short to better understand what I mean and hear how I used these tactics to get over my throwing issue as a young player. Donate to the Captain John J. Sax Foundation hereVisit my website: saxinthemorning.com for merchandise and other links. Follow us on social media: Instagram: @saxinthemorning_podcastYouTube: subscribe and watch shorts here
The Hustle Less Profit More Podcast
Gratitude + Abundance: Bob Wheeler on Transforming Your Financial Mindset Do you want to break free from the cycle of emotional spending? Bob Wheeler has the solution to help you discover and manage your financial triggers so that you can achieve financial freedom and peace of mind. "If we can get to that root of what am I trying to prove, we can understand our financial sabotage." - Bob Wheeler In this episode, you'll learn how to: Unearth hidden money beliefs and narratives shaping your financial life. Transform your financial story by embracing new, empowering beliefs. Develop a mindset of abundance and gratitude, rather than just amassing wealth. Tackle emotions and lean on support systems to break free from financial struggles. Discover yourself and seize control of your personal finances for a brighter future. Bob Wheeler is a finance guru with a twist. Bob is dedicated to helping individuals break free from their emotional spending habits and rewrite their money story. With a background in psychology and a successful career as a CPA, Bob brings a refreshing approach to personal finance. He's a firm believer in open conversations, introspection, and gratitude as the keys to achieving abundance in life. If you're tired of feeling trapped in a cycle of emotional spending and want to gain control over your finances, Bob's expertise will guide you on the path to financial freedom and well-being. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Journaling: Bob recommends starting with journaling to excavate your money story. Write down what you remember hearing about money from family, religion, culture, and society. Look for absolutes or rules you have made about money that may not be serving you. Set Ground Rules: When engaging in a conversation about money with a partner or family member, Bob suggests setting ground rules upfront. Agree to take a break if emotions get too charged and avoid blaming or using absolutes. Forgiveness: Forgiveness is an important part of the process. Acknowledge the grief and anger you may feel about past money decisions, and work towards forgiveness for yourself and others. Gratitude: Practice gratitude for what you do have, even if it's not material wealth. Focus on abundance as a mindset, rather than a specific accumulation of wealth. Bob's Course: Bob offers a course on his website that focuses on creating a healthy relationship with money. Check it out: https://themoneynerve.com/ The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Introduction,00:01:52 - Having Conversations Around Money,00:05:16 - Understanding Your Money Story,00:09:13 - Changing Your Money Story,00:12:54 - The Importance of Laughter and Fun in Money,00:13:01 - Defining Abundance,00:14:44 - Gratitude Shift,00:18:29 - Breaking the Cycle of Scarcity,00:22:43 - Money and Identity,00:24:16 - Seeking Support,00:26:27 - The Power of Reflection,00:27:59 - Coping with Pressure,00:30:09 - The Money Nerve,00:33:31 - Test Your Nerve,00:35:36 - Going Through the Fire, "Look at the cost benefit of my current story and do I want something different?" - Bob Wheeler Understanding Your Money Story Money stories consist of unconscious beliefs and rules shaped during our childhood, influenced by external voices like family, religion, and culture. These stories are deeply ingrained, affecting our decisions and perspectives concerning our relationship with money. Learning to understand your money story allows you to identify any potentially harmful beliefs that could be holding you back financially. By acknowledging the factors that shaped these beliefs, you can start to challenge and change them, thereby improving your financial situation. Bob Wheeler explains that people should excavate their unconscious money beliefs through methods like journaling or talking out loud. The process can be uncomfortable and emotional, uncovering strong feelings like grief and anger. However, Wheeler encourages embracing these emotions and being gentle with oneself while exploring their money story. This understanding can be an essential step toward changing one's financial relationship and setting a trajectory for a healthier financial future. Changing Your Money Story Once you've identified your current money story, it's time to decide whether a new narrative would be more beneficial. It's essential to weigh the costs and benefits of your current belief system and how it affects your financial decisions. If your beliefs are preventing you from achieving your goals or realizing your full potential, change may be necessary. In the podcast, Bob Wheeler advises focusing on new beliefs and values that align with your vision for your life. He highlights the importance of embracing forgiveness and gratitude, both in acknowledging any setbacks in your financial journey and appreciating the progress you've made so far. By actively working to change your money story, you can create a more empowered financial mindset. "We have to become aware of our unconscious story, every story has a cost." - Bob Wheeler The Money Nerve The Money Nerve refers to the emotional reactions people have to financial matters. Just like relationships with loved ones, emotional ties to money can be intense and deeply ingrained. Learning how to navigate these emotions and acknowledging their impact on financial decisions is crucial for achieving financial stability and growth. Bob Wheeler discusses his book, The Money Nerve, during the podcast episode. He highlights the importance of exploring one's financial story to understand any fears and emotions connected to it. The book guides readers through a self-discovery journey, encouraging them to be more intentional with their money and focus on emotional growth alongside financial growth. "Gratitude is more about a mindset versus actually accumulating dollars or properties." - Bob Wheeler Defining Abundance Abundance isn't just about accumulating wealth; it also includes nurturing gratitude for what you already have. Recognizing the smaller joys in life, like spending time with loved ones or being able to travel, contributes to a mindset of abundance, which positively impacts your relationship with money. Adopting a balanced perspective on financial success and personal satisfaction is important for maintaining a healthy attitude toward wealth. During the podcast, Bob Wheeler shares his experience in Africa, observing people who were content despite their lack of material wealth. This revelation inspired him to practice gratitude and appreciate his abundance in both tangible and intangible ways. By embracing this mindset shift, listeners can foster an attitude that focuses on cherishing what they have while still striving for growth. "The relationship with money, like any good relationship, you have to keep working at it." - Bob Wheeler Seeking Support Dealing with financial emotions and changing your money story can be a challenging process. Seeking support from trusted individuals can help you navigate these difficult changes and provide valuable insights. It's important to find support systems that work for you, whether that's friends, accountability partners, therapists, or coaches. Wheeler advises podcast listeners to avoid relying solely on family members for support, especially if they contributed to the problematic money beliefs in the first place. He emphasizes the importance of being honest about your financial struggles and seeking assistance from people who can provide objective guidance. By connecting with supportive networks and maintaining open dialogue, individuals can create a more balanced and healthy relationship with their finances. 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Effortless English Podcast | Learn English with AJ Hoge
In this episode, I discuss the key skills required for freelancing, including technical skills, good English, and marketing skills. I also share my own personal experiences of going from a job to a fulfilling freelancing career. By improving your English skills, you can open up new job opportunities and connect with clients from around the world. Additionally, I offer practical tips for building your marketing skills and promoting your services effectively. Succeed and be your own boss. In this episode, you will be able to: Dive into the advantages of choosing a freelance career path. Acknowledge the value of English language mastery in the freelance market. Pinpoint key abilities to excel in freelancing: technical, English, marketing. Tap into the satisfaction and happiness that stems from pursuing your passion professionally. Connect with me here: https://www.youtube.com/ajhoge https://www.facebook.com/effortlessenglish https://EffortlessEnglishClub.com
Head Over Heels Show: Relationship Podcast
Are you tired of feeling stuck in your relationships, unsure of how to deepen your connection with your partner or loved ones? Do you find yourself struggling with communication or feeling like you're not being heard? Today we are "Unlocking the Mysteries of Relationships: We share with you insights & strategies on a variety of topics, including effective communication, navigating conflict, building trust, and fostering intimacy. You'll learn how to identify and break patterns that may be hindering your relationships, and how to create a strong foundation for a fulfilling and long-lasting connection. Whether you're in a romantic relationship, navigating family dynamics, or seeking to deepen your friendships, this podcast will provide you with the knowledge and tools to transform your relationships and bring more joy and fulfillment into your life. 1. Practice active listening: Listening is an essential component of effective communication, and actively listening to your partner can help you build a stronger connection. When your partner is speaking, focus on what they're saying and avoid interrupting or dismissing their thoughts and feelings. Acknowledge their perspective and show empathy by reflecting back what you've heard. 2. Create shared experiences: Creating shared experiences with your partner can help you build a stronger connection and create positive memories together. This can be as simple as taking a walk together or trying out a new hobby together. Find something you both enjoy and make time for it regularly. Creating shared experiences can help foster intimacy in a relationship. Try new things together or revisit old hobbies that you both enjoy. 3- Communicate openly: Open and honest communication is essential for fostering intimacy. Make sure to share your thoughts and feelings with your partner, and be open to hearing their perspective as well. - Show physical affection: Physical affection, such as hugging, kissing, and holding hands, can help foster intimacy in a relationship. Make sure to prioritize physical affection in your relationship. 4. Practice gratitude: Expressing gratitude towards your partner can help you appreciate them and strengthen your connection. Take time to acknowledge the things your partner does for you and express your appreciation. 5. Prioritize quality time: In today's busy world, it's easy to let distractions get in the way of spending quality time with your partner. Make a conscious effort to prioritize quality time, whether it's through date nights, weekend getaways, or simply unplugging from technology and spending time together. 6. Practice forgiveness: Conflict is a natural part of any relationship, but practicing forgiveness can help you move past it and strengthen your connection. When conflicts arise, make sure to listen actively and empathetically to your partner's perspective. Avoid interrupting or dismissing their feelings, and instead, focus on finding common ground and working towards a solution together. - Take a break when needed: If emotions are running high, it's important to take a break and come back to the issue when both partners are calm and collected. - Use "I" statements: When sharing your perspective, use "I" statements instead of "you" statements to avoid blame and defensiveness. For example, "I feel hurt when you don't listen to me" instead of "You never listen to me." 7. Building Trust: - Be honest and transparent: Honesty and transparency are key components of building trust in a relationship. Be open and honest with your partner, and avoid keeping secrets or withholding information. - Follow through on commitments: Consistently following through on commitments can help build trust in a relationship. If you say you're going to do something, make sure to do it. - Show empathy: Empathy is an important component of building trust. Make sure to listen actively to your partner's perspective and show understanding and empathy towards their feelings. Last but not least BREATH IN FROM YOUR NOSE AND OUT FROM YOUR MOUTH Trust me this alone will everything ok By incorporating these insights and strategies into your relationship, you can navigate conflict, build trust, and foster intimacy with your partner. Our Links: Free: Nina's 1 week of clean eating E-Book Full Body Door Workout System Valentines Day Date Box Headoverheelsshow.com Insta @headoverheelsshow Insta Nina @NinaKako Roger @roger_guertin Facebook @headoverheelsshow TikTok @tdot_fam You Tube @tdot_fam Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pleasure Zone ~ Milica Jelenic
The Pleasure Zone with Milica Jelenic - Diamond Host Rejection can be an excruciatingly painful experience that's hard to take in both personal and professional contexts. When you were rejected by someone, either for your career, or in a relationship did you: slink away and hide, give up, stop and walk away or did you: Acknowledge and Accept Your Feelings Reframe Your Mindset Practice Self-Care Reach Out (only if the door is open to do so) Keep Trying (but not necessarily with the same person) In this episode of The Pleasure Zone, Milica Jelenic, Sex & Intimacy Coach and Holistic Health Practitioner, will explore "The Value of Rejection For Relationship Growth". Sexy Coupons: https://www.milicajelenic.com/online-store/Sexy-Times-Coupons-p291754882 “Pleasure Do's, Don'ts & Maybe's, List.” https://mailchi.mp/4fbc5b0c3587/dos-donts-maybe-list *Listen now on the Inspired Choices Network app! https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/links/ ~ More About The Pleasure Zone ~ Milica Jelenic is a Sex & Intimacy Coach. What is pleasure? Have you ever noticed that what is pleasing to one body is not necessarily pleasing to all bodies? What if our bodies like to be pleasing and to gift pleasure to others and to receive pleasure? In this show we will explore the world of pleasure. If your body was sensing pleasure more often would your life have more ease? We start out with magical little bodies that turn on everybody. Babies are always having people come up to them and compliment them on their beauty and get really excited to be in their presence. What would the world be like if we stopped judging ourselves, our bodies and others? How much more fun, joy and pleasure is possible on this planet if we choose to be explorers? Whose ready for an adventure??? Milica Jelenic is an advocate for pleasure. In her private practice she invites clients to create life and lifestyle that offers more pleasure and vitality. Milica's intuitive ability to sense where change is possible and to question what is stuck in the target area creates a very dynamic session that promotes choice, possibility and change. Milica has impacted the lives and health of individuals both in Canada and abroad with her humor, kindness, gentleness, potency and intensity. Milica's approach is playful, fun and direct. Milica is willing to be whatever energy and space is required for the change you desire. If you are interested in receiving Milica' monthly newsletter about events, classes and information on booking private sessions send and e-mail through her website. www.milicajelenic.com/ To get more of The Pleasure Zone with Milica Jelenic, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/the-pleasure-zone-milica-jelenic/
Feeling overwhelmed in life and work is a common experience for any leader. It can be caused by having too many responsibilities, not delegating enough, having a tight deadline, or having unclear or unrealistic expectations set on you. In today's show we are talking through 6 simple steps when you feel overwhelmed so you can take control of your day and your head:Acknowledge it Step back and assess it Prioritize it Practice positive self-carePractice effective time management Communicate Contact Darn Good Leadership: Email email@example.com
This years conversation starters will be based upon sharing your faith and talking to others about Jesus. We hope that you are encouraged to do just that after listening to this short devotional thought.
Rock Solid Radio - Ep 235 - Intimacy Builders and Intimacy BustersMerrill and LindaPodAmp“Everybody has a desire for emotional intimacy and physical intimacy and even spiritual intimacy, but the amount that you need could be different. And neither one is right or wrong,” explains co-host Merrill Hutchinson. Men and women tend to have very different ideas when they hear the word intimacy. These differences mean that oftentimes husbands and wives end up busting the intimacy in their marriage rather than building it up. Today co-hosts Linda and Merrill Hutchinson discuss how to build and strengthen physical, emotional, and spiritual intimacy within a marriage by sharing ten intimacy builders and busters.Although women may tend to be more focused on emotional intimacy and men on physical intimacy, all three areas are important for a healthy and fulfilling marriage. Much of intimacy building comes down to understanding the ways your intimacy needs differ from that of your spouse and working together within that set up to strengthen your relationship. Merrill and Linda talk about ten different areas of intimacy builders and busters, some of which are acts of service, affirmation and appreciation, appropriate humor, unconditional respect, and spiritual connection. A marriage is a partnership and it is important that you and your spouse work as a team 100% of the time. Acknowledge and respect one another's differences and come together to build a stronger connection and deeper intimacy. To truly honor both your relationship with God and your relationship with your partner, approach one another with grace and understanding, unconditional love, and respect always. Quotes“Everybody has a desire for emotional intimacy and physical intimacy and even spiritual intimacy, but the amount that you need could be different. And neither one is right or wrong.” (12:00-12:13 | Merrill)“Ladies, we've got to understand that we can't just go and expect the world from our man without some warm up, without helping to connect with him in a way that he receives it.” (13:00-13:12 | Linda)“When you have been asked by your spouse, whether it be to have sex, or to have this deep discussion, emotional connection, please don't put them off day after day after day after day.” (20:25-20:37 | Linda)“If there's a ‘but' after your affirmation or your compliment, then you just might as well erase the compliment or affirmation.” (24:07-24:16 | Linda)“Being available for the acts of service is a real turn on for the intimacy, especially when you see without being asked.” (25:40-25:47 | Merrill)“If you want to build intimacy, you better have grace flowing out of your relationship.” (39:49-39:54 | Merrill) LinksYouTube | https://youtu.be/PCX0rHm235Q Podcast | https://www.buzzsprout.com/636718/12739145-rock-solid-families-podcast-intimacy-builders-and-intimacy-busters-episode-235.mp3?Instagram Merrill Hutchinson | https://www.instagram.com/hutchinsonmerrill/?hl=en Instagram Rock Solid Families | https://www.instagram.com/rocksolidfamilies/?hl=en Support the show
As a mom to three adult children, Deborah Porter knows that small moments of intentionality can have a lifelong impact on children. In this episode, Deborah equips fathers with real-life examples and ideas to trust God, take leadership, and pursue work/life balance. Full SHOW NOTES for today's conversation Key Takeaways Insert your presence into your family as much as possible, even if you're not physically there. If there is a riff between you and your child, be the one to reach out first. You never know what you'll unlock when you willingly choose to forgive. Dads can take leadership in three key areas: fun, prayer, and household chores. Acknowledge your fear, but don't parent out of fear. Deborah Porter Deborah Porter is an influential voice and media contributor on parenting and motherhood. She and her husband, Clif, have been married for nearly 34 years and have three adult children. Deborah provides resources and coaching focused on the intersectionality of work, life, and family. Key Quotes 6:49 - "There are always going to be things that are going to want to pull you from your commitment from where your heart really wants to be. Just be really intentional of protecting what's really special." 17:16 - "We oftentimes don't know what we unlock when we willingly choose to forgive... So many times just the act of obedience just unlocks so much more that God has for us." Links From Today's Conversation Full Transcript of the Conversation Deborah's Website Connect with dadAWESOME Learn about our FATHERS FOR THE FATHERLESS events in 2023: https://f4f.bike/ Follow @dadawesome on Instagram Make a Donation to dadAWESOME (tax-deductible) Join the dadAWESOME Prayer Team Receive weekly encouragement by texting "dad" to 651-370-8618
OPEN NOW! Podcast Intensive & Conscious CEO Coaching Conscious Creatives Business School, available for $111 How do we overcome self-criticism or judgment when we're in the creative process? In this episode, I'm taking you through several exercises to support you in staying inspired and expansive while striving for your big dreams. Exercises To Inspire And Expand REFLECT: EXPANSION & REFLECTION Start by drawing a circle; on the inside of the circle, write down or draw the expansive ("good") things that have happened for you for so far this year; on the outside of the circle, write or draw the contractive ("bad") things that happened so far this year. Then, simply notice your feelings around the good and the bad, the expansive and the contractive. Consider the story you're telling yourself about each occurrence and consider that the way you respond and react to both the good and bad sets the tone for your future. TIME TRAVEL Think about where you want to be by the end of this year. Put yourself in the moment as if it's the closing days of the year. Where are you? Who is there? How do you feel? What have you achieved? What has occurred in your life over this time? What have you created? How are you nurtured? NOURISHING YOUR INNER CHILD Reflect on your childhood. What was your favorite childhood game, toy, or hobby? What was your favorite childhood movie, book, or, hero? Reminisce and recall the joy when think about the magical experience those favorites gave you. CREATIVE GIRL SUMMER List five activities you enjoy doing. Make space in your life to do more of those things this summer. List five skills that you want to have. Commit to to learning something new this summer. List five things you would like to try once. Commit to trying one of those things this summer. List a few things you never thought you'd do, but you've done. Acknowledge your bravery for doing that thing. TAKE YOURSELF ON AN ARTIST DATE The Artist Date, from the book The Artist's Way, is a solo expedition to explore something that interests you. The Artist Date need not be overtly “artistic” — think mischief more than mastery. Artist Dates fire up the imagination. They spark whimsy. They encourage play. Learn more about what this work will do for your confidence on the podcast blog. MY PROGRAMS FOR CONSCIOUS CEOS: Podcast Intensive & Conscious CEO Coaching Conscious Creatives Business School, available now for $111 Retreat for Conscious Creatives: Palm Springs August 24 - 27, 2023 Join our club - a space for intuition-led energetic guidance: Club Cascara Get my new book: Elemental: Natured Inspired Rituals to Nourish Your Life Get to know our sponsor: Seed, The Probiotic Made By Science. Learn more at seed.com/ouiwegirl, and use code OUIWEGIRL at checkout for 25% off your first month's supply of Seed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic. Want to chat about this episode? Text
In this week's episode, Shanti realizes she's a workaholic, while Antoinette demands that her job offer her more than just hollow praise. For our main topic, we talk about the world of A.I and its inevitable effects on our lives for both good and bad. Are we ready? Join us.Do you have a question or comment you'd like to share with us? Call in! Leave a message!Hotline: (215) 948-2780 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: www.patreon.com/aroundthewaycurls for exclusive videos & bonus contentShop ATWC Merch: https://www.aroundthewaycurls.com/collections
Introduction: Alan McFarlane is a Scotsman now living in Barcelona. A native of Paisley, near Glasgow, he studied law in Edinburgh before becoming a commercial litigation partner of a Top-10 Scottish law firm. His interest in business development took him in 1991 to Barcelona where he gained his bi-lingual MBA from IESE Business School before embarking on a long, global multinational career which saw him lead the design and implementation of major strategic initiatives, living and working around the world in places like France, Brazil (where he served on the Latam regional exec.) and Hungary. Alan is a published author of two books, a book on Egypt post-revolution and the seven moments of coaching published by IESE. Alan collaborates with IESE, Timoney Leadership Institute in Ireland and Human Content, the cutting edge of understanding personality in the workplace. This is the focus of our conversation today. Podcast episode Summary: Human Content is at the cutting edge of understanding personality in the workplace. Alan McFarlane works with Human Content and over the course of our conversation across this podcast he brings to life the potential, the human potential, housed in this body of work, a potential that often goes untapped. Alan illuminates what the instrument, B5+ aims to measure, why it is different from other more commonly known instruments and what can be achieved when this human potential is activated. Points made throughout the Episode: The fundamental drivers for Alan include Freedom & exploration for creativity. As part of his journey into this work Alan shares a story from his past. As a then 16 year old in Paisley Grammar School, Alan won a competition, having come from “the back of the field”, for writing, The Reed Prize for English. Alan explains that because there was a large element of creative writing in the challenge he won over the more scholarly classmates. It was well known at the time that Alan was going to study law but after winning this prize no one reflected or guided Alan differently. Studying Law in Edinburgh University proved to be a complete mismatch. He shares that by his second year of study he was down or depressed and the saving grace for him was a membership to the film society at University. This membership allowed him to consume 8/9 films a week and that was his creative escape. He graduated after 5 years and went on to pursue his apprenticeship and again there was no guidance or self-reflection to wonder if that was the right thing to do. Another “saving grace” for Alan, in an ill-fitting career, proved to be his involvement with the marketing committee at his then law firm. KPMG were brought in to help the firm with a reorganisation and strategy and they challenged Alan on his personal goals and he realised he did not want to be a practicing lawyer anymore. That decision back in 1991,took Alan to Spain where he applied to IESE Business school to undertake an MBA- his best subjects proving to be organisational behaviour, Leadership Communication and Business Strategy. Alan self-confesses to have been blind to the activation in him by of his strength in these subjects and joined an Insurance Company in Spain after his MBA. Alan is not ordered structured or planful notwithstanding the career choices he made in his career Tomas Lovenskiold, the CEO of Human Content advised Alan to leave his employ when his role was being redirected. He told him to “get out” take the check this is not you. Despite this advice Alan stayed. A terminal disease for Alan's father in law proved to be the lucky break Alan needed. The silver lining from this episode in Alan's life proved to be liberation. Alan used the back In Scotland to write his first book and to get in touch with his fundamental drivers. Various collaborations later and a meeting with bureau chief of Africa, based in Cairo, of the NYT, Declan Walsh meant that for Alan he finally got in touch with his own fundamental drivers Meeting Declan meant that Alan met someone who probably held his ideal role, creative writing exploration and freedom to live and write in many countries. Alan recognised this role could have been for him if he had known or if he had been guided differently. It took 35 years before Alan was matched to his ideal career. Alan is now passionate to expand the knowledge of the Body of Knowledge that is Human Content so that people can be activated to pursue their true potential. Alan would like to see a way where people, at 18 or earlier could be given a way to understand their fundamental drivers. The problem is that these drivers, consider them rocks on the ocean floor, are often masked by the expectations of others, situations, social norms, peer groups or job approximations. You need some way to clear the waves and see the fundamental drivers. Human Content is a complete fit with Alan's drivers. Human Content is the evolution of the Big Five Factor Model. Alan describes the evolution from the Big Five Factor Analysis Alan names the modern labels for the Five Factors, two which relate to People factors 1 & 2, one where people draw energy from either their inner world or outer world and the other which measures how much people are naturally more compassionate and caring for people or more fact focused & outcome focused, making sure stuff is done at the right time. The next two factors, 3 & 5, style of work area, these include preferences on how we do things and preferences on how we think about things. The final factor measures factor number four measures emotional energy, where people are more present or absent. Human Content is strident to say both side of any factor need to be regarded in equal light. There is no right or wrong way to be. The earlier use of the Big Five Factor model was biased in terms of the right hand side of the factor scales and measures. To be fully activated means a person's needs to find a role or career which aligns with the picture created the B5-PLUS instrument (Given the context in which a person sits) Knowing your fundamental drivers opens up the possibility for a person to tactically manage themselves at work. The scientific approach adopted by Human Content makes it significantly different from other better known instruments such as MYERS BRIGGS, DiSC and Insights. This scientific analysis recognises the uniqueness of each human being. Other instruments are too simple. People are extraordinarily complex and Human Content endeavours to recognise the difference. Personality Research is a largely underdeveloped area and the legacy instruments served a genuine purpose to raise awareness about the differences between people. They did not go far enough in Alan's opinion and he explains why. Human Content is a well-kept secret because the legacy tools are well established and well publicised. The precision of the outcome that is possible with B5-PLUS makes it attractive for organisational performance. It can drive employee engagement, You can clearly see the fundamental drivers for an individual. The fully explored factor analysis against a normed grouping gives much more exactness for role matching etc. Growth Potential, Employee Engagement, Motivation and Understanding are some of the benefits that come from using B5+ as an instrument of choice. The B5+-PLUS Instrument can be used to support team ambitions, understanding the needed fundamental drivers to succeed. By taking the B5+-PLUS instrument a team discovers not only their individual fundamental drivers but also the nuances between them and the combination effects which means that they will have certain implications for how they are in the work place. This will have implications for what they enjoy doing and what they do well together and how they will interact together, smoothly or roughly. Alan illustrates the impact of the B5-PLUS instrument by way of a case study. B5-PLUS was used for 450 employees after a CEO decided to do a comprehensive role analysis and reformation. The employees were allowed to self-select their roles as a consequence of the rewrite using the analysis from the B5+ instrument. Customer Satisfaction as a key indicator for this firm went from 53% to 86% In another example this time from Norway, Alan shares a story about a hospital where the sickness rate was at 26%- 26% of all levels of the employee base at any one time were not available. The B5-PLUS was deployed. People were allowed to be re-matched, where jobs or at a minimum tasks were readjusted or where people were reallocated to different departments. In four months after this work was completed the sickness rate fell to 2% Societal prejudice can blind us to the potential as expressed in certain kinds of personality or expressions of them. There is bias to seeing certain aspects of the personality spectrum as favourable. Alan advocates that we take the B5-PLUS instrument and then acknowledge what is found. He asks that people acknowledge their fundamental drivers, embrace them and then exploit them for greater satisfaction in life. Alan adeptly answers my question regarding the need often for people to wear multiple hats, say for example in a gig economy. He also helped me be curious about a particular client of mine using the terminology of the B5-PLUS instrument and asked a couple of very pertinent questions that I can now explore with her at a future date. The B5-PLUS is distinctive because of its precision as a instrument. It measures 5 personality factors and the facets that accompanies them in a manner that no other instrument does. There is a fully explored factorial analysis of the factors and facets, an order of analysis on personality that has never been done before. The factor analysis, the design and process involved in B5+ makes it an instrument that is unique and helps others see their uniqueness too. Alan uses his formula or 3 word frame, Acknowledge, Embrace and Exploit to encourage others to become aware of the contents of their individual B5+ report and to act on It. The precision of this instrument allows you to confidently predict performance in the way that other instruments do not. Again this instrument can be used for recruitment and promotion that other legacy instruments advise cannot. Alan used the last few minutes of this podcast to wish that individuals and teams at work could have their uniqueness recognised, and through that recognition for employers to make a conscious effort to match that persons uniqueness to their roles to make people, happy, satisfied fulfilled motivated & fully activated & for the employer to reap fantastic performance and growth. Resources mentioned across this podcast B5-PLUS Product from Human Content B5-PLUS personality assessment from Human Content www.web.humancontent.com Linkedin.com/in/alan-mcfarlane-ob546b13 Novaturia Global SL, email@example.com www.iese.edu The Seven Moments of Coaching by Alan McFarlane Egypt's Thousand Days of Revolution by Alexander Murray (my pen name)
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: On Tuesday, Sixers center Joel Embiid won the NBA's Most Valuable Player award for the 2022-23 season. But where did he learn to play? Watching YouTube videos! During Tuesday's press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre refused to answer questions about whether President Joe Biden will ever acknowledge a granddaughter he has in Arkansas. On Wednesday, Khadeeja Safdar and David Benoit released part two of their Wall Street Journal investigative report on Jeffrey Epstein's private schedules and thousands of emails, revealing former Harvard University president Lawrence Summers sought advice from Epstein on funding teaching and television projects involving his wife, Elisa New. Safdat and Benoit write: “Epstein replied that they could meet in Cambridge, Mass. Mr. Summers invited him to dinner, according to a trove of documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Two days later they made plans to meet at The Fireplace, a cozy restaurant in nearby Brookline, one of several meetings the two men scheduled that year. In 2016, a nonprofit linked to Epstein donated $110,000 to Ms. New's nonprofit, which develops video content about poetry, according to tax records.” The report also revealed Epstein had relationships with Woody Allen and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman. You can read the full report here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/jeffrey-epstein-documents-woody-allen-larry-summers-edb3e9b2?mod=hp_lead_pos7 American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten attempts to rewrite history—and claims she was not in support of shutting schools down nationally during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was supposed to come out two weeks ago... apologies, Cool Js. The boys discuss many things including losing our respective virginities, bikers, sports cards, and much more. Plus - a very special guest appearance by David Julian, youngest sibling of our very own John Julian. WATCH THE EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/dBdNMzx5ld0 Thank you all for listening, watching, subscribing, downloading, and writing in. Please rate and review the show wherever you're listening, and keep sharing the show with anyone who will listen! Follow us and ask us questions: @whatyouwantpod Anders: @_d3r John: @oldcasino Zack: @ztarcast Leave us a voicemail: (404) 969-6185 Also don't forget you can always ask questions anonymously: https://forms.gle/xwGuZULSGWiVfehq9
As a manager, delivering disappointing news to an employee who was expecting a promotion but didn't receive one can be difficult. Retaining and supporting employees in this situation is crucial, especially if you want to prevent them from considering other job opportunities as recruiting messages start landing in their inbox on LinkedIn. In my coaching conversations with clients, the topic of employee retention often comes up when discussing promotions. It's understandable that both the employee and the manager would feel frustrated when a promotion falls through after working towards it, especially if you've been the one coaching them along their career path. In this episode of The Manager Track podcast, I will share how to effectively handle the situation when a direct report doesn't get promoted, and how you can support them as they process the news. I will also share tactical steps you can take to retain your team members. By implementing these approaches, you can help your employee navigate disappointment while demonstrating your commitment to their development and career growth. — RESOURCES MENTIONED — Stay Interview Questions Learn how to turn your 1-on-1 meetings from time wasters, awkward moments, status updates, or non-existent into your most important and valuable meeting with your directs all week. Access the course and resources here: ramonashaw.com/11 Have a question or topic you'd like Ramona to address on a future episode? Fill out this form to submit it for her review: https://ramonashaw.com/ama — OTHER EPISODES YOU MIGHT LIKE — Episode 133: How to Hold Career Conversations with Your Directs – with My Team Member Brandy Episode 120: When A Direct Resigns, What's Your Responsibility? Episode 97: How to Get Approval for a Professional Development Budget — WHAT'S NEXT? — Grab your copy of Ramona's best-selling new book 'The Confident & Competent New Manager: How to Rapidly Rise to Success in Your First Leadership Role': amzn.to/3TuOdcP If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me @ramona.shaw.leadership or DM me on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/ramona-shaw Are you in your first manager role and don't want to mess it up? Watch our FREE Masterclass and discover the 4 shifts to become a leader people love to work for: ramonashaw.com/masterclass Don't forget to invest time each week to increase your self-awareness, celebrate your wins, and learn from your mistakes. Your career grows only to the extent that you grow. Grab your Career Journal with leadership exercises and weekly reflections here: ramonashaw.com/shop Love the podcast and haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is go to ramonashaw.com/itunes and give your honest review. Thanks for your support of this show! * Disclaimer: Shownotes may contain affiliate links. That means that I am awarded a small commission for purchases made through them, at no added cost to you. — CHAPTERS — 00:00 Preview 01:01 Introduction 06:52 Acknowledge their disappointment 08:12 Be as transparent as you can 11:46 Understand the 5 step cycle of grief 15:57 Tactical next steps to retain your employee 19:49 Recap* Disclaimer: Shownotes may contain affiliate links. That means that I am awarded a small commission for purchases made through them, at no added cost to you.
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Luminous Recovery Yoga Podcast
My Recovery from Cannabis Use Disorder | My Sober Story | Meditation ❤️Welcome to the Luminous Recovery Yoga YouTube channel! Our mission is to create high-quality yoga videos for people in Twelve Step Recovery programs. In these videos you will find simple, but powerful yoga and meditation practices that support sustainable recovery. We welcome all levels, all bodies, all genders, and all recovery programs! SUBSCRIBE to the channel to join our recovery family! Discover new yoga practices and recovery themed talks that include recovery principles with yoga. Learn what it feels like to practice these principles in all of your poses! - - - - - - - - - Join the Luminous Recovery Yoga online studio! Your online membership includes LIVE weekly yoga classes with Kari and access to a full video-on-demand library with styles like Vinyasa, Yang/Yin, Mellow flows, Power flows, and Recovery themed yoga practices. This is your one stop shop for yoga, recovery, meditation, and all things Luminous!
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The Sunday Football Show Podcast
(0:00) Ted Johnson and Phil Perry open the second hour of the Sunday Football Show recapping the NFL Draft. The Patriots' first offensive line selection was Center Jake Andrews. (13:00) The Pats also drafted a kicker and punter! (27:00) Miscellaneous news and notes around the league. Bill Belichick finally acknowledges Mac Jones in a post-draft presser!
Forgiveness in a relationship is an important part of successfully navigating conflict and hurt feelings that can arise in any relationship. While it is natural to feel hurt, betrayed, or angry when a partner has wronged you, it is important to remember that forgiveness can be a powerful tool for maintaining a healthy and secure relationship. Forgiveness is the act of letting go of negative emotions such as anger, resentment, or hatred, and replacing them with kindness, compassion, and understanding. It is a choice to release the desire for revenge or retribution and to focus instead on restoring the relationship. It is not easy, but it can be a powerful way to heal and move forward. When a partner has wronged you, it can be difficult to find the strength to forgive. It is important to be honest with yourself about how you are feeling and why. Acknowledge your emotions, and be willing to talk through them with your partner. If you are feeling overwhelmed with anger or hurt, it may help to take some time away from the situation to process your feelings. Once you have taken time to reflect on your emotions, you can then begin to think about how you can forgive your partner. When forgiving your partner for their mistake, it is important to be honest and open. Remember, forgiveness does not mean that you are excusing or forgetting the wrong that was done. It means that you are willing to move past it and to accept the apology, if one is given. If the wrong is serious, it may be helpful to set boundaries for the future and to discuss how you will both work to prevent similar issues from arising in the future. When practicing forgiveness, it is important to be mindful of how you are communicating your feelings to your partner. It is important to be clear and direct, while still being respectful and understanding. Speak from your heart and avoid blaming or shaming your partner. Remember, it is ultimately up to you to decide how and when to forgive, and it is ok to take your time. It is also important to remember that forgiveness is not a one-time event. It is an ongoing process that requires patience, understanding, and commitment from both partners. It takes time for trust to be rebuilt and for the hurt to heal. It is important to be patient with yourself and with your partner as you both work to rebuild the relationship. Forgiveness can be a difficult and painful journey, but it is one that is worth taking. By practicing forgiveness in a relationship, you can open the door to understanding, growth, and healing. It is an important part of any healthy relationship and can be a powerful tool for restoring and strengthening the bond between partners. In conclusion, forgiveness in a relationship can be a difficult process, but it is essential for restoring trust and for maintaining a strong, healthy bond. Forgiveness requires patience, understanding, and commitment from both partners, but the rewards can be immense. By practicing forgiveness and actively working to rebuild the relationship, you can create a stronger, more secure bond with your partner. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/machonapodcast/message
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What's the difference between counseling and coaching? This was the question I was asked. This is my answer... STOP TRYING TO FIX YOURSELF…YOU'RE NOT BROKEN. What's the difference between counseling and coaching? Yes, this is a question I often get asked. This is my answer.. Counseling focuses on FIXING. Coaching focuses on FINDING. Counseling focuses on the PAST. Coaching focuses on the PRESENT, while creating the future you desire to love and live. At least, this is what I do with my clients in Healing Life Coaching. You may FEEL broken, but you're NOT. You (and your life) may not be working, but you can. My desire for you is to feel (and be) fully functional, aware, and thriving. NOT just ONE step up from BROKEN. HOW? 1. Find yourself. Stop trying to fix yourself. 2. Inspire yourself. It's time to begin Inspiring yourself in the healing process, Inspiring yourself in the process of loving your life and life's work well. 3. Expose the TRUTH. Period. Stop waiting for your life to change to love it. Love your life to change. Stop waiting for YOU to change to LOVE YOURSELF. Love you to change. Love your life to healing. LOVE YOURSELF FOR A CHANGE! (More about this in tomorrow's podcast...) Stop trying to be improve yourself, be better, or be best... FIND AND EXPRESS YOURSELF. In order to Be Excellent Starting Today you must Be Expressed Starting Today. Expressing who you are. In order for you to do this, you must know. And… In order to know, you must EXPRESS. Got it? It starts right here. Right now... Please grab your SACRED S.O.L. D.A.T.E. JOURNAL (Daily Action To Engage yourself.) TODAY'S SACRED S.O.L. STEP: Write yourself a letter today. Tell yourself why you're NOT broken. Write out how you feel, then remind yourself: I AM NOT BROKEN. Even if you've felt (or feel) broken. Acknowledge how you feel, but don't take it on as your truth. Thanks for tuning in today, and every day...and allowing me to SIP ON LIFE with you. If you've been feeling like you're stuck, overwhelmed, or perhaps you still feel like you're drowning in your life, please don't hesitate to reach out. YOU ARE NOT ALONE... Request a FREE copy of my best-selling book, Date Yourself Well — The Best-Selling 12 Engagements Of Becoming The Great Lover Of Your Life (all you'll pay for is shipping.) www.dateyourselfwell.com If you've received value from the podcast, please let me know. I'd LOVE to hear from you — please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org AND PLEASE TELL YOUR BESTIES AND INVITE THEM TO SIP ON LIFE WITH US. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @doctorshannon! See you there... Come over to the WOMEN SIPPING ON LIFE S.O.L. MOVEMENT Closed FB Group and Join the MOVEMENT: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WSOLMovement/ By the way, if you haven't already listened/downloaded my rap song (EPISODE 291), you can also listen to it here: letsnottalkaboutex.com, and cast your vote for your favorite version. Visit WomenSippingOnLife.com for more free resources, including my CHECKLIST FOR CHANGE, Engagement Checklist + Evaluation Rating, Six Sacred S.O.L. DATE Secrets…and a FREE copy of my best-selling book, Date Yourself Well. You can also check out my Dr. Shannon Facebook Pagefor more daily S.O.L. TRAINING. I look forward to seeing you again tomorrow. Please invite your best girlfriends to come and join our S.O.L. PARTY. xo Dr. Shannon. Inspiring minds that want to grow and hearts that want to know, so you can love you, your life, and your life's work well. ONE SIP AT A TIME. A special thanks to the following souls for helping me launch our WOMEN SIPPING ON LIFE podcast… Intro/Outro done by UNI V. SOL Outro music by Jay Man: Mind Over Matter (www.ourmusicbox.com) Podcast cover design and web site done by: Pablo Aguilar (www.webdesigncreator.com) Podcast cover photo by Kate Montague of KM Captured (www.kmcaptured.com)
RVA Returners Final Fantasy TCG Podcast
Acknowledge the head of the table on the next episode of the RVA Returners Podcast! This week the brunt of the Blue Knight cheering section is here to tell you all about our trip to Florida for the first Materia Cup and the return to the competitive season! Special guests Kody Snodgras and Irving Diaz pop out of the garage to chat all about the weekend and Chris's second place finish!
Donny is joined by Princeton University Professor and MSNBC Contributor, Eddie Glaude Jr. Glaude Jr., who is also the Chair of Princeton University's Center for African American Studies and the Department of African American Studies, joins Donny for an in-depth discussion about the current state of the country and what both political parties need to do to help get the country back on track.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Behind the Viral Scenes: Video Editing Secrets with Ryan Magin: If you're feeling overwhelmed and disheartened by the lack of meaningful engagement on your short-form content despite your effort and hard work in constantly creating content that is valuable and relatable, then you are not alone! In this episode, you will be able to: Utilize TikTok as a versatile tool for accelerating your business growth and enhancing your personal brand. Master the art of crafting captivating hooks within your video content for more extended viewer retention. Zero in on focusing niche-specific material to nurture a dedicated and engaged audience. Embrace the power of authenticity and enthusiasm to produce content that resonates deeply with your viewers. Acknowledge the significant impact of short-form content when developing future content creation strategies. Meet Ryan Magin, the creative powerhouse behind the widely recognized Hormozi style of video editing. With a decade of experience in online content creation and a background in sales, Ryan has honed his skills to become a master of short-form content. Having worked with numerous influential clients, including Grant Cardone and Alex Hormozi, Ryan has proven time and time again his ability to grow social media accounts and produce engaging content. As a guest on Ryan Fischer's show, he shares his knowledge and expertise with social media enthusiasts seeking valuable insights into the world of content creation. The key moments in this episode are:00:00:00 - Introduction, 00:04:08 - TikTok Takes Off, 00:09:05 - Learning Broad Reach Content, 00:10:27 - Grant Cardone Opportunity, 00:11:23 - From 100K in 28 days to the birth of their service, 00:15:35 - Key elements of creating an engaging video, 00:19:32 - Video examples that made a massive impact, 00:22:29 - The power of a good hook, 00:23:57 - Broad vs. Niche Content, 00:25:01 - Personal Branding, 00:31:57 - iPhone vs. Professional Video, 00:34:23 - Fast-Paced Nature of Content Creation, 00:35:02 - iPhone Videos, 00:36:07 - Common Mistakes in Video Making, 00:39:35 - Importance of Staying Broad, 00:42:35 - The Importance of Predictable Performance, 00:45:49 - How Often To Post, 00:48:42 - The Demands of Video Editing, 00:51:32 - Personal vs. Worldwide Brand, 00:54:06 - Short-Form vs. Long-Form Content, 00:57:00 - The Future of Content Creation, 01:00:44 - Childhood Lessons, 01:02:00 - Creating Clips, 01:03:42 - Timestamping, 01:04:31 - Long-form Vs. Short-form Where you can find more about me and my programs: Follow me on Instagram: @Ryanfisch My Online Training Community: @Chalk.PerformanceTraining Don't settle for mediocre workouts - try the app that started it all with a free 7-day trial at GymRyan.com 1 on 1 Coaching Services: ChalkVIP.com
Morning Affirmations Meditation for Women
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 Take a deep breath and close your eyes. Feel the calmness and peace that comes from being in the present moment. Now, bring your awareness to your thoughts and emotions. Acknowledge any negative thoughts or emotions that you may be feeling. And choose to let them go. Gently notice, without judgment, any resistance in letting them go. Allow your breath to be your guide. On each inhale, picture yourself taking in a sense of lightness and peace. On each exhale, release any negativity that's been holding you back. Allow yourself to be free. Know that you always have the power to choose how you want to feel, and that it's OK to let go of anything that no longer serves you. Feel the sense of ease and lightness that comes from being free from negativity. Take a few moments to sit with this sense of peace. I choose to let go of negative thoughts and emotions.
Deuteronomy 4:32-40Ask now about the former days, long before your time, from the day God created human beings on the earth; ask from one end of the heavens to the other. Has anything so great as this ever happened, or has anything like it ever been heard of? Has any other people heard the voice of God speaking out of fire, as you have, and lived? Has any god ever tried to take for himself one nation out of another nation, by testings, by signs and wonders, by war, by a mighty hand and an outstretched arm, or by great and awesome deeds, like all the things the Lord your God did for you in Egypt before your very eyes?You were shown these things so that you might know that the Lord is God; besides him there is no other. From heaven he made you hear his voice to discipline you. On earth he showed you his great fire, and you heard his words from out of the fire. Because he loved your ancestors and chose their descendants after them, he brought you out of Egypt by his Presence and his great strength, to drive out before you nations greater and stronger than you and to bring you into their land to give it to you for your inheritance, as it is today.Acknowledge and take to heart this day that the Lord is God in heaven above and on the earth below. There is no other. Keep his decrees and commands, which I am giving you today, so that it may go well with you and your children after you and that you may live long in the land the Lord your God gives you for all time.—Give towards what God is doing through Passion City Church: https://passioncitychurch.com/give-online—With Passion City Online, you can join us every Sunday live at 9:30a and 11:45a, and our gatherings are available on-demand starting at 7p! Join us at https://passioncitychurch.com/online—Subscribe to our channel to see more messages from Passion City Church: https://www.youtube.com/passioncitychurch1—Looking for content for your Kids? Subscribe to our Passion Kids Channel:https://passion.link/passionkidsonline—At Passion City Church, we believe that because God has displayed the ultimate sacrifice in Jesus, our response to that in worship must be extravagant. It is our privilege, and our created purpose, to reflect God's Glory to Him through our praise, our sacrifice, and our song.
In this episode of Sober is Dope, we discuss the difficult topic of relapse and provide practical tips for getting back on track with sobriety after consuming alcohol. From seeking support to avoiding triggers, we offer insights to help you navigate this challenging time and continue on your journey toward recovery. Join us as we explore the ups and downs of sobriety and celebrate the power of perseverance and self-care. If you have relapsed and consumed alcohol after a period of sobriety, it's important to take action to get back on track with your recovery. Here are some tips to help you sober up after a relapse: Acknowledge the relapse and forgive yourself. Remember that setbacks are a normal part of the recovery process. Seek support from your therapist, support group, or trusted loved ones. They can offer non-judgmental support and guidance. Avoid triggers that may have led to the relapse. This may mean avoiding certain social situations or people who may encourage you to drink. Refocus on your recovery goals and the reasons why you chose to get sober in the first place. Make a plan for moving forward, including steps you can take to prevent future relapses. Practice self-care by getting enough rest, eating well, and engaging in exercise or other physical activities that you enjoy. Take steps to manage stress and anxiety, such as through mindfulness techniques, journaling, or deep breathing exercises. Attend therapy or counseling sessions to address any underlying emotional issues that may have contributed to the relapse. Seek out support from others who have experienced relapse and learn from their experiences. Consider medication-assisted treatment options under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Celebrate small victories and progress towards your recovery goals. Stay committed to your recovery and remember that sobriety is a journey, not a destination. Understand that relapse is not a failure and that it's never too late to get back on track with your recovery. Be patient with yourself and trust the process of recovery. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soberisdope/message
Welcome to another thought-provoking episode of the Self-Aware Leader podcast, where we delve into the depths of our emotions, and explore how understanding ourselves can help us become better leaders and human beings. In this episode, we discuss a fundamental aspect of our lives: love and the right to give and receive it. It's natural for human beings to crave love and connection. However, some people may struggle with giving or receiving affection, being hugged, or experiencing deep emotions. If you're one of those people, you may unconsciously believe that you're undeserving of love. In this episode, we explore the reasons behind these emotional barriers and how to break through them to embrace love wholeheartedly. The Emotional Barriers to Love: Past Trauma or Negative Experiences: Our past experiences, particularly any form of trauma or emotional abuse, can have a significant impact on our ability to give and receive love. These experiences may have led us to associate love and affection with pain or disappointment, making us hesitant to engage in such emotions again. Fear of Vulnerability: Opening up to love requires us to be vulnerable, which can be frightening for some. The fear of vulnerability may stem from a fear of being hurt, rejected, or judged. This fear may hold us back from fully embracing love and affection, as we put up barriers to protect ourselves from potential emotional pain. Low Self-Worth: Our sense of self-worth plays a crucial role in our ability to give and receive love. If we believe that we're undeserving of love or affection, we may unconsciously push it away. It's important to acknowledge and work on improving our self-worth to truly embrace love in our lives. Breaking Through Emotional Barriers: Self-Reflection and Awareness: The first step to breaking through emotional barriers is self-reflection. Take the time to explore your feelings and emotions, and identify the root cause of your resistance to love and affection. Acknowledge and accept your feelings, and be open to understanding and working through them. Seek Professional Help: If you're struggling to break through your emotional barriers on your own, seeking professional help from a therapist or counselor can be a valuable resource. They can provide guidance, support, and the necessary tools to help you work through your feelings and develop healthier emotional patterns. Practice Self-Compassion and Empathy: As you work on breaking through your emotional barriers, it's essential to practice self-compassion and empathy. Understand that healing and growth are a process, and it's okay to stumble along the way. Treat yourself with kindness and patience, and extend that same compassion and empathy to others as well. Develop Trusting Relationships: Building strong, trusting relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners can help you feel more comfortable with love and affection. By surrounding yourself with supportive and loving individuals, you'll begin to feel safer and more secure in your ability to give and receive love. Conclusion: Embracing love and affection in our lives is a vital part of our emotional well-being and overall happiness. By identifying and working through our emotional barriers, we can learn to love wholeheartedly and become more self-aware, compassionate leaders. Remember, as a human being, you have the right to love and be loved. Don't let your emotional barriers hold you back from experiencing the fullness of love that life has to offer.
The transmission from deflationary money to a deflationary economy was always going to come from a credit crunch. Updated data shows the banking system remains in a critical state which means taking proactive steps to freeze their collective activities in broad fashion. So much, even the mainstream media is reporting the gory details. Eurodollar University's Money & Macro AnalysisA Corporate Credit Crunch Is Just Getting Startedhttps://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2023-corporate-credit-crunch-bankruptcy-defaultsTwitter: https://twitter.com/JeffSnider_AIPhttps://www.eurodollar.universityhttps://www.marketsinsiderpro.comhttps://www.PortfolioShield.netRealClearMarkets Essays: https://bit.ly/38tL5a7THE EPISODESYouTube: https://bit.ly/310yisLVurbl: https://bit.ly/3rq4dPnApple: https://apple.co/3czMcWNDeezer: https://bit.ly/3ndoVPEiHeart: https://ihr.fm/31jq7cITuneIn: http://tun.in/pjT2ZCastro: https://bit.ly/30DMYzaGoogle: https://bit.ly/3e2Z48MReason: https://bit.ly/3lt5NiHSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3arP8mYPandora: https://pdora.co/2GQL3QgCastbox: https://bit.ly/3fJR5xQPodbean: https://bit.ly/2QpaDghStitcher: https://bit.ly/2C1M1GBPlayerFM: https://bit.ly/3piLtjVPodchaser: https://bit.ly/3oFCrwNPocketCast: https://pca.st/encarkdtSoundCloud: https://bit.ly/3l0yFfKListenNotes: https://bit.ly/38xY7pbAmazonMusic: https://amzn.to/2UpEk2PPodcastAddict: https://bit.ly/2V39XjrPodcastRepublic:https://bit.ly/3LH8JlVDISCLOSURESJeffrey Snider (The Promoter) is acting as a promoter for an investment advisory firm, Atlas Financial Advisors, Inc. (AFA). Jeffrey Snider is affiliated with AFA as a promoter only and is not in any way giving investment advice or recommendations on behalf of AFA. The Promoter is being compensated by a fee arrangement: The Promoter will receive compensation on a quarterly basis, based on the increase in account openings that can be reasonably attributed to the Promoter's activity. The Promoter will not be receiving a portion of any advisory fees. The Promoter has an incentive to recommend the Adviser because the Promoter is being compensated. The opinions expressed on this site and in these videos are those solely of Jeffrey Snider and Eurodollar University and do not represent those of AFA.
The Divorced Woman's Guide Podcast
Divorce is painful. And unknowingly, this pain we feel stirs up anger inside of us that is so difficult to let go of. I'm here to tell you that holding on to this resentment won't change your circumstances nor will it make you feel any better. Let me share with you three ways you can finally release these emotions and open yourself up to a new life of joy. Tune in to this episode: How to Stop Resenting Your Ex Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Acknowledge your emotions. Step out of the victim mindset, own what happened and how you feel, and name that feeling. Being aware of its existence helps you move forward in dealing with it. ✔️ Express your anger. You can do it in a healthy way, such as writing a letter or talking aloud in the car – as long as nobody hears you. What's most important is releasing it. ✔️ Heal yourself. Recovering from emotional hurt is no different from a physical injury. Nurture yourself, give yourself compassion, and pick up the lessons you need to move forward. Get a copy of Divorce Sucks. Now What?: 5 Steps to Find Yourself and Heal After Going From “I Do” to “I'm Divorced” on Amazon!
We're so excited to be back for this spring session! We are diving into spiritual warfare over the next six weeks, so get your notepads ready, your headphones on and settle in!In this first episode, Tracy leads into discussion on what even is spiritual warfare? She defines it, gives us scripture to help explain it, and gives us key ways to identify we might be facing it.In the coming weeks, we'll look at sneaky ways we might be experiencing warfare without realizing it, how to use our authority in Christ to fight it, and ways we experience warfare in our homes. We hope these episodes leave you feeling encouraged, strengthened and ready to be victorious! Because here is the good news: We fight FROM victory, not FOR victory. THIS WEEK'S VERSES:“Submit yourselves then to God, Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Come near to God and He will come near to you.” (John 4:7-8)“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walkers about, seeking whom he may devour; whom you are to RESIST, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same affections are accomplished in your brethren that in the world.” (1 Peter 5:9)“For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. And we will be ready to punish every act of disobedience, once your obedience is complete.” (2 Corinthians 10:3-6)“For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12)PRACTICAL APPLICATION--SCROLL DOWN FOR A PRINTABLE GRAPHIC!Steps to overcoming Spiritual Warfare: See it. Acknowledge it maybe warfare. If you are unsure, simply pray something like, “Jesus is if this is warfare, I ask that you rebuke it on my behalf. The Lord rebuke you satan. I welcome you Jesus, but I rebuke the enemy and his assignments.” Resist it. RESISTANCE IS KEY! Put on the full armor of God & use the authority given to you through the resurrection power of Christ.Declare scripture. Stand on the Word of God. His Word is true and will not return void, but accomplish that which it was sent to do. Wait expectantly for victory. How we wait matters. Thank God daily for victory. “Tell God what you need, thank Him for his answers, then you will have supernatural peace as you trust in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:6-7). Faith requires thanking in advance/waiting expectantly. Repeat!CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR FREE OVERCOMING STEPS TO SPIRITUAL WARFARE PRINTABLE AND PHONE WALLPAPER!Thanks for listening, and as always, make sure to follow us on Instagram!
Inside The Bubble with Harli G
As a mother-on-the-go, I know what it feels like to not have enough time in the day. Take a listen and find out about these four tips that can help you get started on your self-care journey. Have awareness Acknowledge where you are Honor yourself through self-care Build a bubble around your self-care This is not the last conversation that we will have about this but we have to start somewhere. Come on in Inside The Bubble. "There's purpose in your story" Farmers Insurance: https://agents.farmers.com/ga/kennesaw/9501413-austin-brumit As a partner of this episode, listeners can access the BetterHelp link located below to receive 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp AND get matched with a therapist who will listen and help. https://betterhelp.com/insidethebubble Don't forget to get your new 2023 planner: https://shop.lhagenda.com/reflih/678/?campaign=InsideTheBubble Bodybar Pilates: https://bodybarpilates.com/studio/ Subscribe to your favorite podcast: https://glow.fm/insidethebubblewithharlig/ Join me in reading one of my favs"Atlas Of The Heart" by Brene Brown. Here is a special link to get the book: https://apple.co/3LOh7l6 Follow "Inside The Bubble With Harli G" on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/insidethebubblehg/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Insidethebubblehg YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk81QumjCJ26BTMicp1YTIQ
Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women
If this show seems different, it's because it is. I'm now releasing two shorter shows per week, including one of Fridays that is nothing more than a guided meditation on a particular topic. This will be easier for you to find if you want to do replays. Enjoy! For some reason we are incredibly adverse to taking time to rest and relax, us busy people. So to that end, I've made a list of ways you can actually build more rest time into your life. Because as we all know, it's beneficial. Even critical, for reasons I share here. Ways to give yourself more rest time: 1. Practice breathwork as soon as you wake up, just for five minutes 2. Forgive those who anger you. Just let that sh*t go. 3. Acknowledge yourself. What's this have to do with rest? Plenty—here's where the permission comes in 4. Take back lunch 5. Turn off your phone even in small increments 6. Start to walk places or ride a bike there (especially if you have no time for exercise) 7. Take more naps 8. Ask yourself what you need and provide it May this help you get all the rest you need! Suzanne PS. Don't miss the meditation designed to help lock this rest time in…find it here on ‘Meditation Friday'. RESOURCES Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive & Creative Self by Manous Zomorodi All content on Suzanne's website at www.suzannefalter.com ABOUT SUZANNE Suzanne Falter is the author of a memoir about her daughter Teal's death Free Spirited; How My Daughter Healed Me from the Afterlife. She is also an intuitive coach who helps people find relief from crisis, confusion, and stress. Suzanne hosts the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women podcast where she brings better self-care to thousands of busy people each week in 98 countries around the globe.
Today, we talk about the fact that humans are the only animal that focuses on their shortcomings. Stop apologizing for your weaknesses! Acknowledge them, but don't make them your focus!The following music was used for this media project:Music: Proxima Centauri by Sascha EndeFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/566-proxima-centauriLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Have you ever been asked to go out to a club or dinner with a friend on a Friday night...and there was a part of you that wanted to go and a part of you that wanted to stay home? Sometimes on Friday night...we are so exhausted and just shut down, but then equally want to get out of the house! Both of us spend so much time working from home...that sometimes we can feel physically torn about staying home or going out. Raise your hand if you feel the same way?! Today our guest, Maureen Clancy helps us understand that this is because that there are, in fact, different parts within us. These "parts" were created (typically in our younger years) to protect us from trauma because we didn't have the external support or tools to manage some situations which were too much, too fast, too soon or too long. And, sometimes these parts rule our lives and don't realize that we are now grown and capable women. When our survival response gets triggered, they can continue to try to protect us when our, sometimes to our detriment. Ladies...these "parts" or old narratives that you used in childhood to protect you no longer serve you in adulthood and could be the VERY things holding you back from living a life you love! What is your inner critic saying to you? Maureen Clancy is a licensed therapist, group therapy practice owner, and trauma expert who, for the past 21 years, has been helping women who've experienced childhood trauma heal the past and fully embody the present. She's the creator of the Gate Passages Framework, a structured, bottom-up approach to healing trauma. She's certified in a variety of healing modalities and in this episode, we spend time discussing Internal Family Systems, and her practice of combining therapy with Reiki, Tarot, and flower essences to heal the energetic body. She's presented on trauma and self-care at Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work and Limerick Institute of Technology School of Social Care (County Clare, Ireland). This episode is soo juicy as Trinity comes to a fascinating realization about herself. And in this space, perhaps this recognition is the first step to her own healing journey. In this episode Maureen teaches us to: Recognize where we are in our "survival" response, which includes not only the (traditional) fight, flight or freeze...but, also fawn (I will survive if I make sure you're ok), collapse (there's nothing I can do here so I'm just going to exist), submit (I'm giving in and waiting for this to get over with) and cry for help. These were developed early in life as your strategy to help you survive (The "fawn" really resonated with Trinity) Understand the definition of trauma or that which is too much, too fast, too soon or too long, and how we've adapted to navigate it by developing different parts of ourselves to protect us from certain situations. Recognize the different "parts" within ourselves that try to protect us, in addition to our current, adult "Self". As we grow into adulthood, our parts continue to try to protect us, holding us back, even though we may no longer need protection. Today, we learn to show compassion to those parts, thank them for their "service" and reassure them we are grown and capable now. Acknowledge when our nervous system is disregulated and we're in hyper or hypoarrousal. In this state, access to our prefrontal cortex is inhibited. Move your body to help up-regulate you and pull you out of hyper or hypoarrousal. Take a walk, dance in your kitchen, do some yoga...this helps regulate your nervous system. Leverage a bottom-up approach (vs. top down) to healing trauma. Using your senses, such as smelling essential oils, and moving your body will open space to connect to our parts, while also turning off the survival response. You can find Maureen at: Website | maureen-clancy.com IG | @themaureenclancy TikTok | @maureen.clancy And we'd love YOU to join us on this journey as well! Leave us a review. Tell us about your inner critic (another one of our damn parts that we all have!). What's her name? What does she say to you that holds you back? Make sure we're connected: FB | Dear Midlife and IG | @DearMidlife
Feminine Power Time with Christine Arylo
It's hard to believe that today I can share with all of you that this month marks the 7th year anniversary of Feminine Power Time, and since I believe in living by the wisdom, perspectives and practices I share and we work with here, I invite you to join me for the kind of pause that would do us all (and the world) so much good... One: Pausing to Savor what we create. Acknowledge what is already here. Which in our case is a still very relevant Wisdom Library on topics ranging from self-love to sacred work & careers to intuition & making wise choices to feminine super powers & liberating ourselves from burnout to redefining success & embracing our power of harmonic defiance, and so much more. I'm curious for you... what milestone are you moving through right now? Something you could pause and savor and acknowledge, even if it's not 'done'? Two: Pausing to consider what's needed & what we desire to do with the creations we've given our energy to. Find the wisdom for how we grow through momentum, using the principles of Cyclical Living & Co-Creative Pathing. In our case, how can Feminine Power Time serve you, me and the world in this next year (it's 8th year). Tune in with me for this special episode of Feminine Power Time: The 7th Anniversary Milestone: What We've Created & Where We Go From Here. You will notice Feminine Power Time has received: an elevation & expansion in her external expression to match the internal frequency of the depth, breadth and energy we cultivate here - ie. check out the new podcast website, logo and banner branding, www.FemininePowerTime.com a Series Library - so you can access the episodes within a particular topic or share a topic with someone in an easy way vs. having to go through all 253+ episdoes the Full Library - access to all episodes + my blogs searchable by date and topics Four parts to our conversation & exploration that will provide the focus and format for the next year: One: I'll share how I am using the wisdom for sustainable success and growing our projects & missions & desires through momentum with Feminine Power Time now and the next - and how you can use this for your own creations & desires: Releasing Procrastination, perfection, plans + embracing the path and co-creative practice Cyclical 10 Count - natural growth cycles of 10 years Creating from momentum to rise into radiance vs stay stuck in status quo or blow it all up Two: Theme for our 8th year - Rooted and Rising in our Radiance Three: Foundation and Focus Going Forward Centerpoint - Re-Imagining the Way We and the World Work … changing what we mean by “work” and how we work as individuals, collective, systems, society, and embracing our co-create power to Re-imagine, Re-design & Re-create. 6 Parts, that make up the harmony star that creates this space for us Feminine Power Time Turn off the Chatter Tune into what matters. Wisdom Leadership Wellbeing Four: What I heard from the Survey. At 56 minutes; Share short sumamary the results of the recent survey + the structure for the next cycle. Thank you to everyone who responded to the survey. And thank you to each one of you who has engaged here me in this intentional space I call Feminine Power TIme. I created this as “intentional space” for us to step outside of the crazy chaos of the world and the hectic pace of our lives… so we can tune in to what is real, right and true. There is so much interference and information out there creating pressure, confusion, anxiety, frustration inside our heads & hearts… driving us to make choices, big & small, that are often not aligned or sustainable. This is why we really do need places that operate at an elevated frequency. Feminine Power Time is such a place. It's more than a podcast. It's space created for you, and all those daring to do things differently. Look forward to this next cycle of our journey together. Christine P.S. Share this episode with one person - one who you'd like to create a closer relationship with or someone you think it would support. Share through the podcast app, share my wisdom letter or send them to www.FemininePowerTime.com Together, we rise into our radiance, rooted in our design, our relationships and the world we know is possible. *** RESOURCES 1. Overwhelmed and Over It Book - Chapter 1 - www.OverwhelmedandOverIt.com CONNECT Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinearylo/ Instagram: @christinearylo Feminine Wisdom Cafe - private online community off social media: www.FeminineWIsdomcafe.com You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChristineArylo 00000414 00000415 00005FBC 00005FBE 0009511A 0009511A 00007E86 00007E85 0001EE14 0001EE14
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: A look at some interesting comments from Nick Saban offering an honest admission about where Alabama stands in comparison to UGA. 15-minute mark: I discuss the reports that Brock Vandagriff is staying at UGA. 20-minute mark: Former UGA WR Terrence Edwards joins the show. 40-minute mark: I take a look at other SEC headlines including some impressive recruiting momentum for South Carolina. End of show: I award a Golden Shoe winner and share the Gator Hater Countdown.
In this episode, I talk with Valerie and answer the question “What do I do when my friends and family won't acknowledge my vulnerable faith deconstruction work?” Valerie is a fellow therapist and podcaster. She has been struggling with negative feedback from strangers about her podcast about faith deconstruction and a lack of feedback from friends and family.I tell Valerie that any bad reviews from strangers—while difficult to read—are not about her. They are about her work, and she is not her work. Her work is a vulnerable expression of who she is, but it is not who she is.The same principle applies to her family and friends' lack of willingness to talk about the topics she covers in her podcast: She is not her work. If someone doesn't want to talk about her work, it does not mean that they are rejecting her. I invite her to ask her family and friends for what she wants out of their relationship and to create more separation between her and her work.Have you ever thought, “I want to ask Dr. Julie Hanks a question”? Well, now's your chance! I want to have you on my podcast! Click here to fill out this form and tell me your question. I might just pick you to be on the podcast and receive a free coaching session.Thank you for listening to the Ask Dr. Julie Hanks podcast Please click here to leave me a review. And make sure you don't miss an episode by following me on Apple Podcast and Spotify.If you have found this information helpful, you can find additional resources on this topic in my podcast and my online courses. Connect with me on social media @drjuliehanks, browse DJH merch, and work with me through joining DJH membership at drjuliehanks.com. For therapy in Utah visit wasatchfamilytherapy.com.
OUTWEIGH: How many times have you felt guilty before or after you ate something? Saying things to yourself like: "I shouldn't have..." or "Should I compensate after eating this...” That inner voice that beats us up before we eat and makes us feel guilty afterward is our worst enemy. Amy shares some ways to calm yourself down when food guilt pops up and stresses you out: - Something easy that you can do anytime, anywhere......is 4 rounds of the 4, 7, 8 deep breathing technique - Put on your favorite song….and sing along!!!!- Take a cold shower!!!- Practice the 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 grounding technique! Acknowledge 5 things you see in your surroundings; 4 things you can tough, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell and finally 1 thing you can taste. - Find a quiet place to try this calming yoga pose, the legs up the wall pose! Lie down on the floor and let your straight legs rest against the wall. Your butt should be up against the wall so that your body is at a 90 degree angle. If you're able, stay in this position for a full 20 minutes to really let your body reset. Best places to find more about Amy: RadioAmy.com + @RadioAmy To contact Amy about Outweigh: email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.