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Successful Life Podcast
Cracking the Code: Secrets to Boosting Sales and Motivating Your Team in the Home Services Industry

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 17:47


[00:00:00] Corey Berrier: Welcome to the Successful Life Podcast. I'm your host, Corey Barrier, and today, folks, we're gonna be talking about how to improve your sales team. As a business owner, you know how important it is to have a strong sales team. They're the ones bringing in the money and helping your business grow. [00:00:22] Corey Berrier: But sometimes it can be hard to motivate yourself. , right, to sell more products or services or both. One of the best ways that you can improve your sales team is by giving them the correct tools, correct resources. And one of the best things obviously that you can do for your sales team is provide training on a regular basis. [00:00:48] Corey Berrier: It's. . If you have a sale, if you have a sales team in your organization and you're not training them. When I say sales team, I mean your people answering the phone. That's your sales team. Meaning your CSRs, your technicians, your selling technicians, and all of the above. Everybody in your company should be thinking about it. [00:01:09] Corey Berrier: how they can improve the customer experience. How can they,, they should all have a sales mindset, right? And so that may sound strange because you don't think of a CSR as having a sales mindset, but if you incentivize that CSR to do better, now you've got a sales role, right? You wanna make sure that they have the knowledge that. [00:01:31] Corey Berrier: Or the knowledge and the skills that they need to be successful. [00:01:34] Corey Berrier: So another way that you can motivate your sales team is by using, [00:01:43] Corey Berrier: I actually don't really love this, but it's for goal setting, and it's the smart look. It's better than nothing, for sure. I'm trying to look for all means. Let's see. Yeah. Or just goal setting. But make sure that they have the knowledge and skills to be successful. [00:01:57] Corey Berrier: Another good, great tool is goal setting, right? Help your team set specific, measurable goals that they can work towards. And give 'em incentives, right? A gift card, a bonus, something, and then follow through with whatever you say you're gonna do, right? It is the worst thing that you can do is to tell your employees you're gonna do something. [00:02:20] Corey Berrier: We're gonna, we're gonna run this contest, and whoever breaks their goal is gonna win X, or they're gonna get Y or whatever, fill in the blank. The problem is, If you don't follow through with that, you've really broken the trust between you and the customer or between you and the employee. You may not think it is that big of a deal. [00:02:46] Corey Berrier: You may think I just got busy. I just forgot to give them. That tape, that television that I said I was gonna get on me. Yeah. Or they keep reminding you, and you kept telling 'em you're [00:02:55] doing it, you're doing it. You keep putting it off, and in the back of your mind, it's just that drags you down. [00:03:00] Corey Berrier: Because you're constantly thinking about, gosh, I gotta get this stupid TV that I did for that stupid contest. That really didn't make me any more money because everybody found out the one guy got ahead early, and so nobody really tried. I hear these. When they're rewarded, they're gonna work harder. They're gonna be more motivated to sell and business owners, listen, you gotta lead by example. You gotta show your team how to sell effectively and be a good role model for them. When they see you working hard and selling, they'll be more likely to do the same, right? [00:03:41] Corey Berrier: If you're struggling with your sales team, remember, if you give 'em the right tools and resources, set goals, give incentives, and lead by example. , these things are gonna help you. So go back and write these things down because it's, look, if you're struggling with your sales team, there's probably, there's probably some other stuff going on there, but they're the people that make you the money, right? [00:04:06] Corey Berrier: If you don't have your sales team in order, your technicians, your CSRs, if you don't have these people in. How do you expect to win? Don't get me wrong. You can have a lot of these things outta order and think you're winning, but the truth of the matter is that you're avoiding doing things the right way. [00:04:26] Corey Berrier: Whenever you do get to those rough spots, whenever you do uncover some of these things, then the hole's a lot bigger. I don't know if any of that made sense, but you. [00:04:40] Corey Berrier: The point is like you gotta invest in your sales team. If you don't invest in those people, your business is gonna fall apart. They are the people that bring in the money to make the business run. Without them, you don't have a bus business, and it's that simple. And so it is mind-boggling to me that people would, one, not. [00:05:03] Corey Berrier: Not invest in these in, in your sales team. I don't understand why you wouldn't get these people trained or why, even better yet, why do you let somebody train them that's not qualified to train them. Like he, you might have your service technician, sorry, your service manager or your gm, or maybe you are teaching these sales classes. [00:05:25] Corey Berrier: But are you the best one qualified? Is the guy teaching them the best one qualified? Just because that service manager is a service manager, that does not mean he knows how to train your technicians, how to sell, and. You gotta think about this like this the most important part of your team is your sales team, which starts from the people that pick up the phone to the people that [00:05:50] take out the trash. [00:05:50] Corey Berrier: Everybody is part of your sales organization, your whole organization. If it is a pro-for-profit business, you want to make sales to make money. That's why you got in the business. You may have got in business for several other reasons. There's one reason for sure to buy to sell a product or service to make an income. [00:06:16] Corey Berrier: So if you're not making an income and you are struggling because you don't know what to do, n't let your, don't let your ego get in the way. Your ego is not your I'm ego. Think about that. And don't believe everything you think, right? Don't believe some of these stupid thoughts in your head about; I don't how painful this is gonna be when you uncover everything. [00:06:42] Corey Berrier: It might be painful when you finally get your stuff in order. In fact, it's gonna be a rough patch without a doubt because you don't wanna pay attention to these things. You don't want to look at them in a timely manner because it's not. , it's boring. It feels like somebody's got their foot on your throat to have to go and type in something in QuickBooks in an Excel spreadsheet or even in a CRM. [00:07:10] Corey Berrier: I get it, dude. Like, I hate all those things too. I put in systems and processes that help me. To not stress out about the things that I hate doing. And I have people in place now, one person in place that helps me do the things that I despise doing that need to get done. And it's a lifesaver because, well, she's worked with me, I don't know, a little over a year, probably, maybe longer than that. [00:07:40] Corey Berrier: And. She understands my crazy ADHD brain, right? She knows when to stop talking and when to start talking. Meaning, sometimes when I'm in mid-thought, right? Like I, I either forget or whatever. And so if I sit there long enough without any noise, they'll come back to me. And so she's learned that if we're on Zoom, she watches me. [00:08:08] Corey Berrier: and she knows when I'm thinking. She knows when I'm jammed up, and she knows really knows when to offer advice. She knows when to not offer advice, and that's a good partnership there. It didn't come easy, dude. I went through; I think, three. Assistance before this one. And it is frustrating, especially when you know you have people that you think are doing things and they're not doing things right. [00:08:39] Corey Berrier: And so it's fascinating. So my assistant to the, in the Philippines, it's just a virtual [00:08:45] assistant. Which is fascinating, and I'll tell you, I'll tell you that. I'll tell you this. I don't know if you've ever had experience with virtual assistance. Maybe you have, maybe you haven't. But they work for a reasonable amount of money for what they do. [00:09:09] Corey Berrier: it's a good deal, right? It is a good deal. It's a better deal than you're gonna get here. And I don't mean you should outsource everything, but if you have like mundane tasks as I have in your life, and most likely you do, those things just keep getting put on the back burner. Keep putting, put on the shelf. [00:09:27] Corey Berrier: I'll just give you a good example. I despise. I despise writing emails. I despise anything about email. And one thing, and I mentioned this a few podcasts ago, one thing that great salespeople hate doing is prospecting. I ha hate prospecting. So what I've done is I've set up the time every day for two hours, and we go through and we send emails. [00:09:53] Corey Berrier: or we send follow-up emails. We do; I put her in a plan. I just sit in front of the computer, and I, we just, she pulls up, she shares her screen and goes in and just does everything I ask her to do. And it works. But here's the thing, like I can't, my brain, for whatever reason, cannot co, can't comput. [00:10:23] Corey Berrier: Doing both of those, kinda directing the project and doing the project. I, I'm not really good, especially well in that situation, especially since I hate email. I'm just, look; I'm just like you. I am literally no different than you. If you're a contractor, you and I are just. The only difference is you may sling a hammer every day, and I do not. [00:10:50] Corey Berrier: That's the only difference. Otherwise, we are identical, which is why I love working with people in the trades. And it's cool because I get you. I totally get you. I understand what you're going through. I understand. Your asses are on fire. And I also understand that you don't want to tell anybody, you don't want anybody to know your asses on fire, but for a few reasons, probably one, you either have built, you know, a million, 2 million, 3 million business and you really aren't making any money, and it's embarrassing. [00:11:30] Corey Berrier: So that could be one reason. Another reason could be that, you know, you're, you don't feel like you deserve all. [00:11:40] money that's coming your way. And so you feel like it's boastful. You feel like it's bragging. If you tell people, you know, we did a million dollars last year, you think people are gonna judge you because of the money that you made, and they are gonna judge you, but they're gonna judge you. [00:11:56] Corey Berrier: And if you don't have the money, right, it just depends how it doesn't matter. People will judge you regardless. So why not put your best foot forward? Why not make as much money as you possibly? And drown out all that noise, right? And it's just frigging noise. It's all it is. People don't like to see you win. [00:12:21] Corey Berrier: Well, the people I hang out with like to see you win, but for the most part, if you've got somebody heckling you in your DMS or in your comments like, see you like and nothing better to do, they're probably in their mother's basement sitting around eating Cheetos, waiting. For the next VR session to start, who knows? [00:12:42] Corey Berrier: But that's what I have to think of. When somebody pops in my comments, they say something stupid, or they try to bait me into an argument I don't like, I just know it's dude, I'm not doing it. Like I don't even know you. Why would I give you? Any ounce of my energy unless I'm having fun with it, right? [00:12:59] Corey Berrier: Unless I'm messing with you, and I'm having fun with it, and I'm getting some pleasure out of it, I'm enjoying it out of it, then guess what? I'll keep doing it, or I'll do it. But otherwise, it is a waste of time. At least I know going into this that if I start this stupid conversation with this guy or I react to this person, and I start a conversation in the comments, I know I've gotta be committed to spending God knows how much. [00:13:25] Corey Berrier: wrapping back and forth with this individual. And as long as you I know that going into it, it's not so bad, but if you don't know that going into it, you randomly go off on these tangents like a lot of people do. I don't even know how people work sometimes. Anyway, I went. I got off on a tangent. [00:13:41] Corey Berrier: It, so I hope you've enjoyed the show, and look, I just wanted to give you some of these sales tips. I want you to be more successful and look. If you have problems implementing these things, you can reach out to me, of course. And, look, one of the most important things I mentioned today is to lead by example, right? [00:14:06] Corey Berrier: I need you to lead by example. If you're a business owner, you've gotta, you gotta pay attention to what you're doing everywhere you're going because, Your employees are watching every single thing that you do, and if you're habitually coming in later than you're supposed to come in, they know. So that tells them this guy, my boss, does not really value being on time. Therefore, I should not [00:14:35] necessarily value. [00:14:36] Corey Berrier: being on time, right? I can be late. The boss is late. Why can't I be late? Or maybe they think the boss is late. I should be a little bit; I could be a little bit I could be late, but just a little bit earlier than the boss, right? Because then he'll never know. He knows. I just think it's important if you're a leader, that you lift people. [00:14:56] Corey Berrier: and if you're a GM or a service manager, most of the time, that role is talking down to people. Most of the time, that role is just being really hard on people. But also you, I would say cha, I would challenge you to change your PERS perspective on that and take the. Push from the bottom aspect like the owner should be doing, right? [00:15:20] Corey Berrier: You push everybody up, don't beat 'em down. People are, people don't really need to beat down these days, and I don't. I'm not saying that this goes for every single individual, but I know there are people on your team that you, absolutely need to beat down, of course, which means they really should be probably fired. [00:15:37] Corey Berrier: But the point is that's the point [00:15:47] Corey Berrier: anyway. as the owner, you gotta lead by example. If you're the gm, lead by example. If you're in a position in your company where other people depend on you for guidance, you're a leader. You are a leader. And so when you do things that a leader's not supposed to do, you're setting an example for your employees to do the exact same thing. [00:16:10] Corey Berrier: It's just like a mother and a daughter, a father and a son, father, daughter, whatever. , our kid watches everything that we do, and she picks up on all the good habits and bad habits. Your employees do the exact same thing. So I would just encourage you to make sure that you're following your core values. [00:16:26] Corey Berrier: Make sure that they're not just something posted on the wall that you don't ever look at, right? And if you don't have core values, you have to figure those things out. A couple of mines. Go the extra mile. One, do what you say you're gonna do. Be intent. [00:16:42] Corey Berrier: So I would suggest that if you haven't done that, it would be a good idea to do that to have core values and then to abide by them. . And look, I appreciate you listening. Do me a favor. You can go over to it, and I'll drop the link in the show notes to my YouTube channel. I'll also drop a few other links that will be very valuable to you in the show notes. [00:17:05] Corey Berrier: So go ahead and scroll down. You'll see the links down below. And also, while you're doing that, give me a review, please. I appreciate you. I appreciate you listening. We'll see you on the other side. Please join my free Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetradeschools  Follow me at: You Tube  https://www.instagram.com/coreyberrier/ www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach  https://thetradeschools.com/   Grab the Contractor Plus App:  https://contractorplus.app/   9 Simple Steps to Sell More $H!T! 9 Simple Steps to Sell More $H!T! 

ICNYU Podcasts
Spiritual Growth: Pursuing the Higher Self | The Book of Assistance | Lesson 12 | Imam Khalid Latif | 1.17.2023

ICNYU Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 71:38


Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Manage Anxiety as a Mom - Tips for Dealing with Anxiety

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 30:21 Transcription Available


These tips may not be wildly different than ones I would give in a generalized chat about anxiety, but it's all about the perspective that we see our struggles through & how these tips can be shifted to serve us in that way. Here are 5 tips for managing anxiety as a mom.Show Notes:I sometimes blame myself for how badly my kiddo deals with anxiety because I truly believe she learned it from me. I did my best to put on a brave face anytime I was feeling anxious or heavy-hearted in some way, but I'm sure she still FELT it. Kids are SO GOOD at seeing right through you & finding the truth if you aren't careful. There were, for sure, times I just let my stress, frustrations and anxieties out for her to witness. And after any outburst that wasn't appropriate or the best choice, I also let her know afterward. Especially if that meant apologizing to her because I may have chosen to react instead of respond and took it out on her.s was such a good opportunity to teach real-life lessons & have honest conversations about how people act & how we should deal with that. I am very much a ‘let's learn in the moment' kind of mom. More often than not I am talking about a lesson that can be learned in that experience. And that was really helpful when I would let an anxious moment spin out of control because I was able to show our kiddo how to recover.I'm not saying you should just let it all out & use it as an excuse to teach your kiddo something. It can't be like that all the time. We need to figure out what will help us manage our anxiety, even under the weight of everything we do as a mom. If you missed it, the episode that was released right before this one is all about some common causes of anxiety for moms. I talk about financial pressures, work-life balance, things like that because it's important to draw awareness to what's contributing to our struggles to better understand it & be able to manage it.Today I want to share some tips for actually managing anxiety as a mom. These tips aren't wildly different from what I would share with anyone else struggling with anxiety, but it's helpful to see your struggle through both your personal perspective and a wider, more generalized perspective.Here are 5 Tips for Managing Anxiety as a Mom:Prioritize Everything You Can.Work On Being More Present.Set Boundaries to Limit Overwhelming Commitments.Practice Self-Compassion.Make Having a Support System a Top Priority. Thank you so much for sharing the show & being dedicated to listening & downloading. I appreciate it so much & am really grateful for you all.Support the showSupport the Show on Patreon: patreon.com/realpositivegirlGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!CashApp Show Donations: $sabrinaperozzo

Montana Public Radio News
Montana's emergency rental assistance program is ending

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 0:40


The Montana Emergency Rental Assistance program is coming to an end. The Department of Commerce says that they will stop accepting new applications after Jan. 20th due to diminishing federal funding.

The NPR Politics Podcast
PPP Loans Provided Lots Of Cash Assistance With Few Questions Asked

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 17:44


The Payroll Protection Program was enacted during the pandemic to provide financial assistance to businesses that were closed, or operating at a reduced capacity. An NPR investigation finds the program was rife with fraud and most of the loans have been forgiven. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, investigative correspondent Sacha Pfeiffer, and political correspondent Susan Davis.This episode was produced by Elena Moore and Casey Morell. It was edited by Casey Morell. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi. Research and fact-checking by Devin Speak.Unlock access to this and other bonus content by supporting The NPR Politics Podcast+. Sign up via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org. Connect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.

Highlights from Ukraine
17 Jan: Netherlands to provide Ukraine with Patriot air defence system, Germany could supply up to 44 tanks to Ukraine in 2023, EU transferred €3bln assistance to Ukraine

Highlights from Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 5:32


Latest news from 17 January 2023, as reported in the Ukrainian media. Easy ways to support us: Subscribe to our Patreon to give monthly support https://www.patreon.com/highlightsfromukraine Send us a one-time 'thank you' tip via PayPal at: highlightsfromukraine@gmail.com. Special thanks to our top Patreon supporters - Helena Pszczolko O'Callaghan, Pete Carroll, mattg629 and krissi!

Nutrition Nerd
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SNAP

Nutrition Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 1:43


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Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) Podcast
IASP Leadership Podcast Season 4: Episode 120

Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 20:57


Join us for this episode of the IASP Leadership podcast. A weekly podcast production containing short, sweet, nuggets of Wednesday wisdom for our leadership growth.  In this episode, we have the special honor of Dr. Todd Bess as our guest host as he speaks with our guest, Seana Murphy, from Indiana Learns on a new program to help support students in Indiana.

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
Struggle with Anxiety as a Mom - The Causes of Anxiety in Motherhood

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:09 Transcription Available


Anxiety can be a struggle for anyone, but it can be helpful to drill down on why anxiety is a struggle by seeing it from your specific perspective. This is why we have 5 possible reasons why moms struggle with anxiety & seeing it from the motherhood experience.Show Notes:I had already struggled with anxiety before becoming a mother. It was something I dealt with because of my need to fit in & measure up to what everyone else was doing. But when I became a mother, my anxiety did increase a considerable amount.It was more induced by not knowing exactly how to be the best mom I could be to this little being that joined us in the world. I had studied child psychology in school because I was on pace to become a child psychologist, but just because you read all the books and even have time watching & bringing up other kids doesn't mean you will know exactly what to do with your own kid.So for me, my pre-existing anxiety turned into something greater and a little harder to deal with.Anxiety is a big deal for anyone that struggles with it. There is no categorized group of people that struggle more or less, it's all just in a different way. But I think it's important to speak on those differences and how anxiety can become a struggle, depending on the perspective you're coming from in that season of life. And taking a look at anxiety through the motherhood perspective can be helpful in understanding where it could be coming from & how it's still sticking around and/or getting worse.I honestly can't tell you how the idea of speaking on having anxiety as mom came to be, but I remember sitting on the couch in my living room and it popped into my head and I immediately started researching it. And as I was thinking over it more and more, I realized it could be a really great episode to speak on and better understand why moms struggle with anxiety and what to do to manage it.Today, I am going to talk about some of the reasons moms can struggle with anxiety. The next episode will be about how to manage anxiety as a mom.Let's get into 5 possible reasons moms struggle with anxiety:Financial Pressures Social Expectations of Being a MomPrevious Trauma/ExperiencesWork-Life Balance Lack of SleepThank you SO MUCH for listen, downloading & sharing!I also appreciate any way you decide to support me, whether financially or socially by sharing the show with others.You're all amazing!Support the showSupport the Show on Patreon: patreon.com/realpositivegirlGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!CashApp Show Donations: $sabrinaperozzo

ICNYU Podcasts
Spiritual Growth: Pursuing the Higher Self | The Book of Assistance | Lesson 11 | Imam Khalid Latif | 1.11.2023

ICNYU Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 87:18


Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Trust Your Gut - Learning to Trust Yourself

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 37:11 Transcription Available


Instead of relying on others to tell you what you should do & being addicted to external validation, it's best to develop trust in yourself to know what decision is best for you, even if it turns out to not be exactly correct. Here are 5 tips on how to start trusting yourself.Show Notes:I used to have this bad habit of asking so many people for advice to figure out what I should do in life. And yes, it was definitely a symptom of being a people pleaser, but it was also a lack of confidence and trust in myself. It's also an offshoot of external validation. And if you want to learn more about letting go of the need for external validation, listen to episode 367 of the podcast because it's the perfect jumpstart for that.When you rely on others to validate you, you learn to not trust yourself. You learn to dismiss your own gut feelings and trust whatever other people say because it feels safer, but also feels more reliable coming from people you allow to pass judgment on you & who's opinions you allow to control you.Yes, I know, that might have come off a little strong, but let's not pretend we aren't leaning in the wrong direction sometimes. Regardless, let's acknowledge what is true and move forward in doing what is necessary to become our best selves in this moment.You might think it's easier to just rely on others to lead you in the right direction & trust in what THEY say you should do. And you're right, it IS easier, but it also causes issues at the same time. The more you rely on others to decide things for you, the less you'll rely on yourself to make decisions and the harder it will be to turn that train around. To get back to trusting yourself. To return to a mindset that is ok with taking a chance on your own gut/instinct and accepting the possibility that a mistake or failure might occur. Learning to trust yourself is integral to making decisions easier, building up your own confidence and even being trusted more by others. When others see the trust you have in yourself, it exudes confidence and belief in what you're doing. And since you're not questioning it, they don't feel the need to question it. Self-trust also leads to stronger self-understanding. We can better understand the reasons we do certain things and become more honest with ourselves in what we're struggling with & what needs to happen next to become better. Just as someone else decides to be vulnerable & transparent with you about something, leading to more trust because they are being authentic, it works the same way with ourselves. It's the self-awareness that starts to question WHY we are fearful and discover what insecurities are getting in our way that will help us grow and start to trust ourselves more.Here are 5 tips on How to Start Trusting Yourself:Abide by Your Personal Boundaries. Validate Your Own Feelings & Needs. Let Go of What/Who Doesn't Serve You or Harms You. Reflect on Times You Have Trusted Yourself. Learn from Mistakes & Failures. Support the showSupport the Show on Patreon: patreon.com/realpositivegirlGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!CashApp Show Donations: $sabrinaperozzo

Million Dollar Mastermind with Larry Weidel
Episode #570 - The Secret To Surviving A New Responsibility with Steven Hoffman

Million Dollar Mastermind with Larry Weidel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 11:59


In this episode of Million Dollar Mastermind podcast, Host Larry Weidel speaks with Steven Hoffman, Author and Chairman & CEO of Founders Space.

Montague Reporter Podcast
Saying goodbye to town buildings and welcoming grant money; why fuel assistance is so slow

Montague Reporter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 30:10


Sarah and Mike discuss the latest news about the Farren building in Montague City; the announcement of $975,000 in grant money for downtown sidewalks, and plans to update or replace the elementary schools in Montague. Plus, a series of missteps has lead to a very slow year in getting fuel assistance to applicants in Franklin County. Send in Ask the Editor questions: podcast@montaguereporter.org Order wrapping paper on our website: https://montaguereporter.org/

On The House with Spartan
Accounts Receivable & Our Eviction Assistance with Spartan Invest

On The House with Spartan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 17:10


Now that you know what goes into the application and leasing processes, we're going to dive into how we handle AR and Evictions. We get so many questions surrounding these topics, so we're here with answers in today's episode! Timestamps:1:45 - Spartan's AR software3:30 - Positive renter verification7:01 - Spartan's late fee12:31 - Spartan Invest's legal partnersTranscript --To learn more about our full-service turnkey operations, check us out online at www.spartaninvest.com.Connect with Spartan!Facebook: @spartaninvestInstagram: @spartaninvestTwitter: @spartaninvestConnect with Lindsay!Facebook: @spartanlindsaydavisInstagram: @spartanlindsaydavis

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Become More Likable - Being Approachable & Friendly

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 32:43 Transcription Available


There is a difference between NEEDING to be liked & wanting to be likable. One is based on wanting to develop relationships & the other is more based in people pleasing behaviors & mindsets. Here are 6 tips on how to become more likable.Show Notes:Let me start by saying that I don't mean this in a people pleaser-y type of way AT ALL. There is a difference between needing to be liked and wanting to be likable.When you NEED to be liked, you are desperate and really doing anything you can to convince and manipulate others into liking you, even if it's just surface level. But when you want to be likable, you want to be someone that is approachable and open and truly being themselves. Being likable means you aren't trying to be someone you aren't. When you need to be liked, you will become whoever you need to be to get the likes. Similar to people pleasing.It's often not until someone else brings it up that we realize we are not as likable as we think. It can also happen when we start to realize the people we try to be friends with don't really reciprocate those feelings. This isn't ALWAYS true, but sometimes it is.We might not be as likable as we think. This can happen when we have managed to gain friends and/or partners as we currently are and don't see anything that needs changing. Or we don't consider any behavior and/or mindset changes we have had recently and can't see that we are different than we were when we created connections easier.One of the biggest things I know I struggle with is Resting B Face. It's that face where you look stone cold unapproachable and like if you do approach, it won't be a fun time. And usually it's not because you are angry or mad or whatever. For me, I usually look this way because I'm thinking deeply or unsure of what is going to happen next, so I don't really have any emotion.Regardless of what the reason is for you feeling or knowing you're not likable, it's something most people want to adjust so they can have relationships and live a fuller life with connections and people in it.Here are 6 tips on how to become more likable:Be interested in others genuinely. Be your authentic self.Don't be attention-seeking. Be caring to others.Be confident in yourself. Don't always be a downer. I really appreciate everyone for listening, downloading & sharing the show. Thank you!Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!

Shonen Flop
(Rerun) #65 Akaboshi: Ibun Suikoden (Ft. Red from Overly Sarcastic Productions)

Shonen Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 69:48


The Shonen Flop team is taking a much-needed holiday break. Instead of a new episode this week we're rerunning our favorite episode of the year!   Does this retelling of Chinese classic Water Margin leave its watermark?    We and our guest Red from Overly Sarcastic Productions discuss Youichi Amano's Shonen Jump manga Akaboshi: Ibun Suikoden.    Show Notes: You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us shonenflop@gmail.com   You can find our guest at youtube.com/@OverlySarcasticProductions and @OSPyoutube   Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at patreon.com/shonenflop. Get perks like early access to episodes; joining us during recordings, and exclusive episodes on manga like Akane-banashi, Witch Watch, or Blue Box.   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode's cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye https://www.teepublic.com/stores/shonen-flop?ref_id=22733   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, submit your questions or six word summaries! Find it at https://discord.com/invite/4hC3SqRw8r   Want to be a guest? You can ask to be on a future episode at bit.ly/shonen_flop_guest   Credits: Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at animeoutofcontext.com   Assistance with pronunciation, translation, and other miscellaneous research done by Tucker Whatley and MaxyBee   Episode art by Merliel (IG: mer_liel)   Cover art funded by our generous art benefactor Nigel Francis   Episode transcriptions by The Ghostwriters: Travis “T” Root, OzyRat, and TrafalagarWolfwood. You can find them on our website shonenflop.com   Shoutouts: D'ohmance Dawn: https://dohmancedawn.tumblr.com/   MAL Description:  After the war, which lasted 70 years motivated through greed, the Song Dynasty took control and managed to unite China as one. Having made alliances with the Northern countries, there were no enemies left that could invade. With such peace in hand, the country has made much progress, but that time has worn out. With no enemies left to fulfill such greed, it was inevitable that it would befall upon the common people.   However, a revolution has begun and the world will once again see change. 108 heroes gather under the Taiten-Gyoudou flag. A group of chivalrous thieves who travel the path to change the heavens. A new take on the Suikoden epic has begun.

ICNYU Podcasts
Spiritual Growth: Pursuing the Higher Self | The Book of Assistance | Lesson 9 | Imam Khalid Latif | 12.12.2022

ICNYU Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 104:09


Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.

T.H.O.T.S
GloRilla Needs a PR Person and Feminine Wash

T.H.O.T.S

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 26:35


In this episode we speak on the rapper, GloRilla's recent interview on Breakfast club where she shares some things she should have kept to herself. Is $550 per week to little of an income for a FT personal Assistance? Then we educate the fellas on Women health. Save the Date Feb 11th for the Singles Game Night on Valentines Day Weekend

Vigil
Vigil Part 10.5: Emergency Assistance Needed

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 4:34


Vigil Part 10.5: Emergency Assistance Needed Please listen immediately. Vigil and Hero Trackers are currently in a state of emergency. Your help is needed. Listener discretion is strongly advised. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions and mentions of hacking, digital threats, stalking, violence, terror, and kidnapping. It may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. ------ Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers): SHANA: Hello, Vigil listeners. My name is Shana, and I'm the producer of Vigil. As many of you have probably heard by now, our host Maria Kennedy was abducted during a recording of an interview for Hero Trackers on June 6th. Local and national authorities have been investigating, but thus far, we've received no updates on the whereabouts of Maria in the weeks since her disappearance. In an effort to find and rescue her, we're reaching out for help. Many of you have already contacted us with tips and offers of support, and we are so thankful. What we can safely say at this time is: anyone who appeared on the podcast has been cleared of involvement; Vigil is deceased and could not possibly be involved in an abduction that occurred over a year after his death; and the criminal Morse is the primary suspect for this crime. If you have any information on Morse, please contact the authorities directly. We are going to play the recording of the interview during which Maria went missing. We share this with you in hopes that someone out there can hear something we couldn't. Please be advised that the following may be disturbing to some listeners. MARIA: Hello. Maria Kennedy here for Hero Trackers, and I'm sitting down with Angle, who is known for her daring takedowns of criminals like Coriolis and Nadir. Thanks for being with us here today. ANGLE: No problem. MARIA: You've also got a bit of a history with a hero that I ‘ve gotten to know quite well recently… ANGLE: (Chuckling) I knew you were going to bring this up! Yes, I did do some work with Vigil. MARIA: (With good humor) Well, it's hard not to ask when I've been hearing your voice in recordings for the past few months! ANGLE: It wasn't that many cases. Honestly, considering some of the other heroes we worked with— [Sounds of static.] MARIA: I'm so sorry, just one moment. Shana, what's— ANGLE: (overlapping) Maria, are you okay? MORSE: (overlapping) You did not heed the message. ANGLE: Everyone get down! MARIA: Angle— SHANA: Maria!— [Confusion and exclamations from ANGLE, MARIA, and SHANA.] MORSE: Now, I must make the code clear. [MARIA screams.] SHANA/ANGLE: No! Maria! MORSE: And now, the liar is gone. The truth shall be revealed. Vigil. Is. A. Lie! [Morse code crescendos, then silence.] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Passion Harvest
ANGEL Guidance Prayer | Divine Archangel Assistance for YOUR Intentions & Desires for 2023.

Passion Harvest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 4:18


WATCH THIS INTERVIEW: https://youtu.be/VCfVBI-6bGw Ready to embrace the future you – get clear on your dreams! Steps to Set Intentions for 2023 • Take some time out and set your intentions for the year ahead. • Write them down. • When you are happy with what you have written, now it's time to send them energetically out to the universe. • Before you sleep read over your desires for this year • Read the Guidance Prayers from the Archangels. • Fall asleep and allow the healing and assistance to take place. Archangel Guidance Prayers Archangel Gabriel, I desire clarity of heart. Allow me to always walk in the light. Please assist me to manifest my hearts desires if they align with my soul's purpose in this incarnation. Archangel Michael, Look into my heart and my hearts desires. Allow me to align with my soul's purpose. If my hearts desires align with my soul's purpose, please allow them to be revealed to me. Show me the way. Archangel Uriel, I choose to raise my vibration. Allow me to connect with you in all ways that align with my soul's purpose. Please show me the path. Archangel Metatron, Allow me to experience my hearts desires with the fullness of my dreams. Assist me to blossom in alignment with my soul's purpose. My life is blessed and rich with love. WATCH more of Passion Harvest: https://passionharvest.com/ LIKE Passion Harvest on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Passionharvest FOLLOW Passion Harvest on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/PassionHarvest/ FOLLOW Passion Harvest on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3BogbavOan3FP1r1JXLxmV FOLLOW Passion Harvest on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@passionharvest Thank you for watching!

Pro-Life America
Episode 129 | Population Control & Eugenics Efforts Disguised as “Aid”

Pro-Life America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 20:36


This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, we cover the scandal that most Americans have no idea they are footing the bill for.  This episode will have your blood boiling as we reveal and provide proof of how eugenics and population control efforts are being thrust on foreign countries under the guise of “aid.” Links Mentioned:The United States Announces $43.5 Million To Support Youth Empowerment In South Sudan - USAID Press ReleaseGAO Finds USAID-Funded Organization Pushed Pro-Abortion Language in Kenya Constitution - Rep. Chris Smith Press ReleaseWHO and UN Exploit Coronavirus to Push Abortion on Third-World Nations - Life NewsThe UN, the IMF, the World Bank, and abortion - The InterimApproach paper: Evaluation of the World Bank's Assistance for Health, Nutrition, and Population - Independent Evaluation GroupBiden rescinds abortion restrictions on US foreign aid - AP NewsUnited Nations Population Fund and the CLIMATE CRISISUSAID Climate Strategy PolicyStudy on: Donor Commitments and Disbursements for Sexual and Reproductive Health Aid in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and ZambiaUnited Nations 2030 Agenda For Sustainable DevelopmentReport Highlights Lack of Access to SRHR Information in Kenya - Center For Reproductive RightsUNFPA Kenya announces £500,000 funding from UKAID to strengthen reproductive health commodity security - UNFPA Press ReleaseThe Population Control Holocaust - The New AtlantisContraceptive Imperialism and Third World Poverty - Catholic Education Resource CenterWatch Maafa 21Rate & Review Our Podcast Have a topic you want to see discussed on the show? [Submit it here.]To learn more about what Life Dynamics does, visit: https://lifedynamics.com/about-us/Support Our Work Be Sure To Follow Life Dynamics:Our WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeRumble 

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Leave Your Pain in the Past - Allow Yourself to Be Free

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 27:23 Transcription Available


Instead of allowing your past pains & traumas to hold you hostage & get in your way of achieving new goals & having new experiences, decide to let these pains stay in the past & not be the reason you don't move forward in life. Here are 5 tips that will help you do this.Show Notes:I wanted to bring this topic up because as we enter a new year, as important as it is to focus on new goals & opportunities we are embarking on, it's ALSO important to not drag unnecessary baggage & pain from the past into this new year.Maybe you don't feel the need to have a fresh start altogether, but at least a clean slate for the moment will make it a whole lot easier to achieve your new goals & not spend too much time on things you cannot change. You cannot change what happened in the past. You can only learn & grow from it, then move on.When we grasp too tightly to our past pains & tough experiences, these things can hold us captive & it can feel like it's taking over our whole lives. It's as if these things that happened however long ago are STILL happening because you are constantly reliving the pain. And sometimes we believe that by going over what happened & reliving it, we are somehow fixing what happened or going to find a way out by still continuing to go through it. And I know most often the only way forward is through, but in the case of past trauma and pain, you don't have to go through it by reliving to move forward. You can deal with it and then be done.Holding onto your pain makes the journey of moving forward so much heavier & harder. This is why I want to share with you 5 ways to leave your pain in the past, so you can live in the present & look forward to your future. How to leave your pain in the past:Honor & Accept Your Feelings About the Experience Create Distance - Mentally & Physically Let Go of Your Need for Apologies & UnderstandingMake Room for the NewTake Responsibility for Your PartI appreciate every single one of you that listens!Thank you so much!Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Rep. Chris Stewart on the Stop Online Suicide Assistance Forums Act

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:05


The US is facing a mental health crisis, which the pandemic accelerated. Congressman Chris Stewart, who has done a lot of work for mental health including the recent 988 Suicide Hotline bill, is co-sponsoring a bipartisan bill targeting online suicide assistance forums. He joins Boyd to discuss how it aims to hold Big Tech accountable for hosting these forums as well as make the authors criminally accountable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On Peace
Ambassador William Taylor on the Future of U.S. Assistance to Ukraine

On Peace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 7:47


When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked Congress for more assistance, he "made the case that Ukraine was defending Europe and defending the United States," says USIP's Ambassador William Taylor. And with Ukrainians more determined than ever, such aid could help usher in a Ukrainian victory over Russia.

Inside the Castle
Inside the Castle - Planning Assistance to States

Inside the Castle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the Federal government's largest water resources development and management agency. The Planning Assistance to States allows the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide states, local governments, other non-Federal entities, and eligible Native American Indian tribes assistance in the preparation of comprehensive plans for the development, utilization, and conversation of water and related land resources. Listen in as Sharon Sartor, the National Program Manager for Planning Assistance to States, talks about the program and how the Corps can use this program to assistance local communities.

This Day in Maine
Wednesday, January 4, 2022: Many Maine residents to get $450 checks to help cover rising electricity and heating bills after the Legislature passed the Emergency Heating Assistance legislation Wednesday

This Day in Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 12:44


Clark County Today News
State of Washington winter storm individual assistance data collection

Clark County Today News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 1:42


Clark Regional Emergency Services (CRESA) is working with the state of Washington to collect data to determine the level of individual personal property damage related to the December 2022 Severe Storms (Dec. 18-28). https://bit.ly/3jDHMH2 #ClarkRegionalEmergencyServices #CRESA #StateOfWashington #FEMA #FEMAAssistance #WinterStorm #IndividualDataCollection #PersonalPropertyDamage #December2022SevereStorms #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday

On The Wing Podcast
EP. 197: Bird Dog Trauma Training with assistance from U.S. Special Forces

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 58:59


At this year's National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic coming up in Minneapolis this February, we're presenting a special hands-on course called BIRD DOG TRAUMA TRAINING. It's the brainchild of our very own David Gutierrez, PF & QF's senior regional representative for the southwestern U.S. and a former Green Beret turned habitat conservation warrior. Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Gutierrez for this episode, along with one of the Bird Dog Trauma Training session's experts, Tom Sager, who is also a fellow serviceman with the unique role of training U.S. military special operations teams to take care of their canine partners. Bird Dog Trauma Training Seminar Where: At National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic 2023 inside the Minneapolis Convention Center When: Thursday, February 16th, Friday, February 17th, and Saturday, February 18th 8am to 3pm daily Who: Sessions are limited to 20 participants each day What: Each session includes training with Tom Sager, Dr. Seth Bynum, and Jerry Snetsinger, aka “The Trap Doctor.” Registration is $500 per participant and includes a PF or QF Dog Life Membership and a custom field trauma kit Learn more at www.PheasantsForever.org/K9Trauma or contact David Gutierrez for more details at dgutierrez@pheasantsforever.org

ICNYU Podcasts
Spiritual Growth: Vigilance of the Heart | The Book of Assistance | Lesson 8 | Imam Khalid Latif | 11.28.2022

ICNYU Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 93:47


About Imam Khalid LatifImam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout the city, so much so that in 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 NYC leaders to serve on May Bill Deblasio's Transition Team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Tisch James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, anti-semitic and anti-sikh sentiment in NYC.

Shonen Flop
#68 The Shonen Flop Awards 2022 (The Floppies)

Shonen Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 45:11 Very Popular


It's time for the most prestigious awards in canceled manga - The Shonen Flop Awards aka The Floppies. We give our picks for the best (and worst) things we've read this year. Stay tuned to hear the winner of awards like best art, biggest ripoff, and our overall favorite episode.  Show Notes: You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us shonenflop@gmail.com   Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at patreon.com/shonenflop. Get perks like early access to episodes; joining us during recordings, and exclusive episodes on manga like Akane-banashi, Witch Watch, or Blue Box.   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode's cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye https://www.teepublic.com/stores/shonen-flop?ref_id=22733   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, submit your questions or six word summaries! Find it at https://discord.com/invite/4hC3SqRw8r   Want to be a guest? You can ask to be on a future episode at bit.ly/shonen_flop_guest   Credits: Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at animeoutofcontext.com   Assistance with pronunciation, translation, and other miscellaneous research done by Tucker Whatley and MaxyBee   Episode art by Shannon (IG: illuminyatea)   "Fanfare for Space", "The Curtain Rises", and "Der Kleber Sting" are by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/  

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Plan Your Best Year - Being Open to Change & Growth This Year

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 42:57 Transcription Available


After you create your goals for the year, let me give you 5 tips on how to plan for your best year & accomplish those goals, while also being mentally flexible & open to change.Show Notes:I used to believe you had to have everything so ready to go at the top of the year for everything else to work out.  It felt like, if you didn't know what was supposed to happen every step of the way, you were destined to fail. It's as if everything was hinging on all these decisions & commitments at the beginning of the year.When in reality, so many changes & shifts can happen at each stage of whatever you're working on, that will require you to refocus, replan and shift your perspective in a new direction. It's important for us to recognize that change happens and it's not something to run from or to fear. And oftentimes, change is an opportunity to shift into a better direction and towards something we didn't realize would be better and more suited that season of life.So, when we go into creating goals and intentions at the top of the year, it's important to acknowledge that the plan we create can and probably will change and we should be flexible and open-minded when that happens.Not everything is going to fall apart because we have to go in a different direction or realize what we wanted isn't something we want now. It's also not something you need to feel guilt or shame over. Mistakes and failures are life's best learning lessons. We learn just as much, if not more, from the experiences that don't go as planned as the things that work out.Today I wanted to talk about how we can set our mindset up for success by creating a plan for the year that allows us to accomplish our goals, while also allowing us to grow & develop into our best selves with less resistance toward the unknown.Here are 5 tips on How to Plan Your Best Year with Mental Flexibility:Create Monthly Check-InsCelebrate Every Progression & Milestone Decide What You Need to Let Go ofDon't Compare This Year to Years PastPush Through the Pain & Don't Give UpThank you so much for listening, downloading & sharing!Happy New Year to you all!Check out episode 455 on How to Create Your Best Goals for the Year.Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!

Madmoizelle
L'ADD #2 : « C'était de la non-assistance à personne en danger ». Sur le post-partum, avec Ève Simonet (On.suzane)

Madmoizelle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 89:41


L'Apéro des Daronnes, c'est l'émission Twitch de Madmoizelle sur la parentalité. Ni reloue, ni assommante, L'Apéro des Daronnes parle couches, post partum, grossesse, allaitement, regret maternel… Sans tabou, sans détour, et surtout avec beaucoup d'humour, un regard féministe, accessible et inclusif.Dans ce deuxième épisode, Marie-Stéphanie Servos et Manon Portanier reçoivent Ève Simonet, co-fondatrice de la plateforme de streaming On.Suzane et présidente du Club Poussette. C'est en devenant mère qu'Ève Simonet a eu une double prise de conscience : son féminisme s'est révélé à elle, en même temps qu'elle a découvert (avec toute la violence qui va avec), la dureté d'un post-partum mal vécu et mal accompagné (elle parle de "non-assistance à personne en danger), et la place réservée aux femmes par la société, une fois qu'elles deviennent mère. Vrai tsunami dans sa vie, elle a décidé de documenter son post-partum pour en montrer la réalité et abattre les tabous qui font encore tant de mal aux femmes. Un post-partum romancé est une chance de plus pour les jeunes mères de tomber de haut, et donc de connaître une dépression du post-partum. En France aujourd'hui, le suicide est la deuxième cause de décès maternel, après les accidents cardiovasculaires. Une réalité qui pourrait être évitée.Avec Ève, Marie-Stéphanie et Manon se questionnent sur la libération de la parole autour du post-partum. A-t-elle réellement eu lieu ? Pourquoi considère-t-on que la grossesse dure 9 mois, et que l'on ne doit plus s'occuper de la mère une fois qu'elle a accouché ? Pourquoi cette réalité, celle des douleurs, du sang, du manque de fatigue, de l'épuisement physique et psychologique est-elle encore tabou ? Et comment rompre ces tabous ?Autant de questions auxquels nous répondons dans l'Apéro des Daronnes ! Bonne écoute !Crédits : L'Apéro des Daronnes est une émission écrite, produite et co-présentée par Marie-Stéphanie Servos et Manon Portanier. Régie twitch : Inès Pollon. Musique et édition podcast : Mathis Grosos. Graphisme : Audrey Godefroy. Communication : Hannah Monange. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Joni and Friends Radio
God-Honoring Kindness

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 4:00


Give a year-end gift that will change a life! Donate Today! ---Looking for more encouragement?  Follow Joni on Facebook and subscribe to her daily devotional. Listen to all of Joni's 4-minute and 1-minute programs at  joniradio.org!Joni and Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ. Get involved at joniandfriends.org or on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Create Better Goals for the New Year - Resolutions & Intentions

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 45:10 Transcription Available


It's easy to write down a list of things that would be NICE to accomplish and that would impress others. But wouldn't it be BETTER if you created goals you actually accomplished? Here are 5 tips on how to create better goals that are beneficial & easier to accomplish.Show Notes:I enjoy goal setting & thinking ahead on how to achieve dreams & ambitions, but a lot of the time I will take on too much and not be as organized as I could about it. I also don't do the work of considering how I want to feel at the end of the year if I have actually achieved my goals. And often, I wouldn't even TRULY believe I would achieve my goals, but really hang onto hope & fake belief that it would all just come together. But nothing really comes together if you don't have a good plan with multiple steps & ways to ramp up the progress & reflect on milestones achieved. If you say you're going to start a business in the next year, but don't have the intention & action to create a business plan, research start-up costs & have checkpoints to hit, you're not gonna start a business. You might actually waste a lot of time and money with nothing to show for it.And I know some people don't believe in new years resolutions or setting goals at the top of the year because of fake statistics that say people give up in the first month or so. And maybe your reasons are different for why you don't believe in this practice, but either way, I encourage you to consider thinking about goal setting in a different way.Think about it more in a way to keep yourself accountable to actually starting a goal (especially if you're one of those people that say you're gonna do something but never do) and allowing the newness of the year to breathe fresh life & hope into you, while simultaneously allowing the past year to become less of a burden & worry for you.So, in today's episode, we are going to talk about how to CREATE our goals and in the next episode will be how to actually work on these goals and better plan your life over the next year. Here are 5 tips on how to create goals & resolutions for New Year's that are worth creating:Don't feel forced to start on Day 1.Ask yourself how you want to feel after you accomplish this goal. Know your reasons for achieving the goal.Come up with your goal, then break it down into the smallest steps possible. Don't be afraid to change your mind. Thanks so much for listening to this episode! I really appreciate you!Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 2: Covid Rental Assistance Money has gone Missing

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 42:30


 What's Trending: Southwest airlines is planning on being back to normal in the next couple of days, Covid rental assistance money was not tracked well, the government reported that Billions of dollars have gone missing, Jan. 6h committee has dropped their subpoena against Donald Trump, George Santos has been called out as a liar and some want him prosecuted for lying on his resume  // Big Local: Prolific car thief from Federal Way had over 18 vehicles and other assorted vehicle accessories from Eastern Washington and moved them to the Western part of Washington, a house fire on Christmas Day in Everett has resulted in 2 deaths, Kent police are investigating a death of a woman who was killed in a hit and run incident at a bus stop, pot holes are killing Spokane resulting in severe car damage for some drivers, //  A naked man in Georgia assaulted police officers and an innocent woman, a Marine Recruiter helps stop a jewel thiefSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Light Up The Darkness
S2 Ep 7: Unpacking Suicide - Prevention and Resources (Part 2)

Light Up The Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 27:49


In this two-part episode, host Erin Edwards is joined by a friend of the show, Thérèse Kempf, LCSW to discuss suicide.  In the wake of the passing of Stephen "Twitch" Boss by suicide, Thérèse helps us to understand that we need to examine the journey that leads up to suicide to support people struggling with suicide ideation.Helpful Resources if you or someone you know is struggling with intolerable feelings:Call or text 988 to the National Suicide and Crisis LifelineWhen people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary.Safehorizon Domestic Violence HotlineOur hotline advocates offer personalized, non-judgmental support. They can talk to you about your safety, provide information about resources in your community, and connect you to our programs and services.Our confidential hotlines provide one-on-one support including:– Crisis counseling– Safety planning– Assistance with finding Domestic Violence Shelters– Information about resourcesAssistance is available in any languageNYC WellNYC Well is your connection to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance use services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365.Suicide Support Groupshttps://afsp.org/find-a-support-group/https://allianceofhope.org/Support the show Follow LUTD Podcast on Instagram Shop LUTD Merch

Shonen Flop
#67 Instant Bullet (Ft. Bambiraptor from AniBuddies)

Shonen Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 53:49 Very Popular


Mom said it's my turn to be edgy.   We and our guest Bambiraptor from AniBuddies discuss Aka Akasaka's (Love is War) manga Instant Bullet.    Show Notes: You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us shonenflop@gmail.com   You can find our guest at youtube.com/@JacobGalloway, www.tiktok.com/@bambiraptorbookstore and AniBuddies https://open.spotify.com/show/3BvWdi0YqC55VGAJBbymR0?si=VpxHGI1VQmWpwuAv-OsJMw     Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at patreon.com/shonenflop. Get perks like early access to episodes; joining us during recordings, and exclusive episodes on manga like Akane-banashi, Witch Watch, or Blue Box.   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode's cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye https://www.teepublic.com/stores/shonen-flop?ref_id=22733   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, submit your questions or six word summaries! Find it at https://discord.com/invite/4hC3SqRw8r   Want to be a guest? You can ask to be on a future episode at bit.ly/shonen_flop_guest   Credits: Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at animeoutofcontext.com   Assistance with pronunciation, translation, and other miscellaneous research done by Tucker Whatley and MaxyBee   Episode art by Merliel (IG: mer_liel)   Cover art funded by our generous art benefactor Nigel Francis   Episode transcriptions by The Ghostwriters: Travis “T” Root, OzyRat, and TrafalagarWolfwood. You can find them on our website shonenflop.com   MAL Description:  The psychologically destitute Kuro Fukase has been betrayed by the cruel world countless times. The only people who he could ever call family were Toiro and Iroha, the two Ayakura sisters living in an adjacent apartment, but even they would soon perish in a horrific act of arson. Now, the siblings exist as mere hallucinations in Kuro's mind as he continues to bear hatred for the world.   On one bitter Christmas Eve, Fukase's very purpose in life changes. Upon meeting the strange yet cheerful girl Sera Himeura, the dubious and alluring witch Yume Furusuna, and a strange black creature, Fukase learns that he is one of 20 "Instant Bullets": people who have been granted the power to destroy the world.   However, these living weapons do not share the same goal. Some wish to save the world, while others—including Fukase—are hell-bent on its obliteration. In a suspenseful tale of past trauma, faltering morals, and twisted romance, just what future does the world hold when the powerful Instant Bullets turn against each other?

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Disagree With Others Respectfully & Confidently

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 29:36 Transcription Available


Instead of getting in a fight or not sharing your opinion at all because of not knowing how to do it respectfully or with confidence, take these 5 tips on how to disagree with others with respect & still owning your opinion & perspective.Show Notes:I was sharing with my therapist this week that I am was really proud of myself for being confident in my own perspective & opinion while participating in a group discussion online. I often am the person that will fall to someone else's opinion because they come across as an authority figure or they say enough things to down play my opinion that I, too, render it useless. But this week I did not! I stood up for my thoughts & opinions in discussion, all while being respectful & open-minded.And this was a big deal for me! It also lined up with what I was focusing on this week, which was ‘acting as if' I were confident in most things I do. I struggle with confidence a lot because of my people-pleasing issues, but it's something I want to work on & become a lot better at. So I set it as my goal to pretend (or as my therapist calls it, “acting as is.”) I was confident & live my life like that. It was a pretty good experiment that yielded positive results, so we are repeating for the next 2 weeks. But the point of this podcast isn't to recount my entire therapy session, but to share with you what this taught me about disagreeing with others & doing so respectfully.Whether we are confident or not, it can feel difficult to disagree with someone and do it respectfully because of how their point of view leads us to feel or the way they are coming across or even knowing they are incorrect in what they are saying. Whatever the reason, we can struggle with this, which can lead to bigger blowouts & uncomfortable situations.But I can tell you from recent experience that being able to express how you think & feel, without it coming across as aggressive or rude (unless the receiver decides to see it that way, nothing we can do about that) is such an amazing feeling. And I think talking about this during this time of year of getting together for the holidays can be really helpful when having discussions or casual chats.Here are 5 tips of How to Disagree Respectfully With Others:Use ‘I' statements when you share your opinion.Don't let your emotions control you. Choose to respond, not react.Don't put down or make fun of their opinion.Practice active listening skills. Hear them out.Know when to move on from the topic at hand.Thank you SO MUCH for listening, downloading & sharing this episode and ANY episode of the show. You are GREATLY appreciated!  Thanks!Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!

Miracle Internet Church Radio
HELP, LORD !!!

Miracle Internet Church Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 115:00


Psalm 20:1-2 King James Version 20 The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee; 2 Send thee help from the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out of Zion;

Simon Marks Reporting
December 21, 2022 - AS IT BROKE: Zelensky says Ukraine "alive and kicking" and calls for more US assistance in year ahead

Simon Marks Reporting

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 6:52


Simon's live analysis of President Volodymyr Zelensky's address to a joint session of the US Congress.  For CNA, with Steve Lai and Julie Yoo anchoring.

The Father Joe Podcast
Two Priests 92 Years Old and Going Strong

The Father Joe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 20:15


You've heard the expression, if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. Well, meet a couple of 92 year old priests still saying Mass and loving the ministry. Our Fr. Joe Grimaldi is 82 and is the pastor of a large church. How do they do it?

The Valley Today
Valley Assistance Network Serving Our Community

The Valley Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 24:53


Our conversation today with Jennifer Hall, Director of Community Investment for United Way Northern Shenandoah Valley and Abby Zimmermann, Manager for Valley Assistance Network ( a program of UWNSV) gave us some insight into the needs of our community and the big impact a little help can provide. Jennifer & Abby shared stories of recent clients with a wide range of needs from rent & utility assistance and car repairs to food and holiday requests. We talked about the outcomes and heard a few testimonials from those they've helped just in the last several weeks. Jennifer shared some statistics about the types of requests they receive and the number of families they serve through Valley Assistance Network. We talked about our local ALICE (Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed) population and how their ALICE Emergency Fund has helped to avert many crises. You can donate to that fund and get more information here: https://www.unitedwaynsv.org/aliceawareness

Bloomberg Businessweek
Child-Care Braces for End of Assistance

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 27:06 Very Popular


Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News US Economy Reporter Reade Pickert discuss US child-care providers facing a tough choice of either rolling back pay increases for workers or raising prices for families as a crucial source of emergency funding is running out. Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director Erik Schatzker talks about China's President Xi staying silent as the Covid Zero strategy he championed is crumbling. And we Drive to the Close with Charles Lemonides, Founder and CIO at ValueWorks. Hosts: Katie Greifeld and Scarlet Fu. Producer: Paul Brennan.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Light Up The Darkness
S2 Ep 6: Unpacking Suicide - How can we understand it better and support our people? (Part 1)

Light Up The Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 35:46


In this two-part episode, host Erin Edwards is joined by a friend of the show, Thérèse Kempf, LCSW to discuss suicide.  In the wake of the passing of Stephen "Twitch" Boss by suicide, Thérèse helps us to understand that we need to examine the journey that leads up to suicide in order to really support people struggling with suicide ideation. Helpful Resources if you or someone you know is struggling with intolerable feelings:Call or text 988 to the National Suicide and Crisis LifelineWhen people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary.Safehorizon Domestic Violence HotlineOur hotline advocates offer personalized, non-judgmental support. They can talk to you about your safety, provide information about resources in your community, and connect you to our programs and services.Our confidential hotlines provide one-on-one support including:– Crisis counseling– Safety planning– Assistance with finding Domestic Violence Shelters– Information about resourcesAsssistance available in any languageNYC WellNYC Well is your connection to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance use services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365.Suicide Support Groupshttps://afsp.org/find-a-support-group/https://allianceofhope.org/Support the show Follow LUTD Podcast on Instagram Shop LUTD Merch

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health
How to Improve Relationships - Relationships Need Work Not Pain

RealPositiveGirl - Weekly Encouragement & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 31:47 Transcription Available


Sometimes we think we are doing the work to better our relationships but actually are creating more burdens for us to bear to not get out of having honest conversations with our people. Here are some ways we are & aren't doing the work.Show Notes:I started all of the relationships I was in as a people pleaser. This meant that I would always be catering to what their needs were, taking the blame for anything going wrong and never even sharing my needs, but just accepting whatever attitude, abuse or attention I would get. It's nice to say now that I know this isn't the way to be in relationships, romantic or not, but it still hurts to think about what how I let myself be taken for granted & not appreciated as much as I should have been. And I'm not saying it was all the fault of the person I was with because it is definitely my fault that I didn't stand up for myself or attempt to instigate any change. Being a people pleaser or just allowing someone to treat you a certain way is not only their fault. You have to take the responsibility of at least trying to get changes to happen. If you don't, you're allowing yourself to be a victim. But if you have tried to do something about the way people treat you and nothing changes, that's a whole different situation.I'm sure you're familiar with the idea that relationships take work. You gotta put in the time, energy & willingness to communicate with each other and figure out whatever it is. But I think a lot of people don't realize that putting in work is different than taking abuse & being pushed around.When you put in the work in a relationship, you are doing what you believe will help you get on the same page, understand each other better & minimize any fights/disagreements that lead to larger blowouts & hurt feelings. But again, we need to be aware of what doing the work actually looks like & what someone that is more controlling & manipulative would see as YOU doing work but it's really hurtful, not helpful & abusive.Today I want to share with you examples of what it looks like to put work into a relationship and what it looks like when you're just being abused.Here are 5 examples of what putting work into a relationship is NOT:Trying to change the other person.Walking on eggshells.Tolerating dishonesty.Allowing them to be disrespectful.Having your boundaries crossed regularly.Here are 5 examples of what putting work into a relationship IS:Working on your triggers.Practicing patience & being kind.Learning to compromise.Communicating your needs.Asking for help.Thank you so much for listening!! You're amazing!!Support the showGet the NEW PLANNER-JOURNAL!! https://www.sabrinajoy.com/mindsetshop Visit me on Instagram or TikTok: @sabrinajoyperozzo Email Me: realpositivegirlpodcast@gmail.com Sign up for my weekly newsletter https://www.sabrinajoy.com/newsletter! Join the Text Community: Text @realpos to 81010 and you're in!