Full Cup Club Podcast - Getting Back Up After Getting Knocked Down With Grief
We are ALL ABOUT protecting our peace these days. You can't afford not to when your world has been flipped upside down. In this episode, Christina and Meghan share some ways they keep the peace amidst the chaos in their lives. With lots and laughter and a little bit of advice from some widows who have been there, we hope you find this podcast helpful and maybe even a little bit funny. Do you have a question you want us to talk about? DM us on Facebook or Instagram, or visit our website and ask! We love hearing from you.Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:This month we're reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. Join us! Grab yours now or check it out from the library.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on our website, Facebook, and Instagram too!
There's a 9 out of 10 chance you've heard of the book, Atomic Habits. It's a NYT bestseller. And there's a good reason for that! I really love this idea of breaking down habits into small, incremental steps so they actually become habitual. Yet as is true for most things, the weight centric approach is all over the book. Why is it that all self help books use weight loss as their example for how to change with EVERYTHING? It's so frustrating! I wish the world could see that we can work on forming habits and improving our health without fixating on weight or appearance. Unfortunately we're just not there yet as a society. But that's what we're working towards in the anti-diet world! Since I think there's actually good insight from the book to glean, but I know it could be so triggering for many of you, I'm recording this episode to help you get all the juicy details out of the book, and applying it to your anti-diet health journey. Listen to today's episode to learn how to make the book Atomic Habits anti-diet and support your health journey, without being triggered by the book's rampant weight loss examples. Grab our free guide, the Hunger Fullness Scale, for a limited time only by clicking here. Right now, we are currently booking March and April spots for private coaching! Private coaching is the highest level of care we offer at Nourishing Minds Nutrition, and is certainly the fastest way to reach your goals of food and body peace, leaving food (and wellness) obsession behind in 2023. Resources for you: Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop to have all the resources you need to make peace with food and your body, and live wellness without obsession. Interested in private coaching? Click here to learn more about our breakthrough sessions and 3 and 6 month packages. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website
Lindsey Schwartz and I are back at The Good Vibe Studios to record another Living Room Session! We dive into the topic of anointing yourself and getting comfortable with imperfection. We share what was going on behind-the-scenes during some of our most pivotal career moments, including writing books, launching events, and speaking on stages. The common thread between all of those accomplishments? We were okay with showing up and doing it messy. Once you accept that done is better than perfect, that's when you start to see your wildest dreams come true. Stay tuned for part two to hear our Q&A with the audience! IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Rewriting the stories that keep you small Ways to support yourself when you feel like life is constantly knocking you down The importance of small, consistent habits that support your growth Our stake-in-the-ground moments What currently has us feeling stretched in life and business RESOURCES Tony Robbins' Unleash the Power Within events Atomic Habits by James Clear Sign up for The Spritz newsletter at litepink.com! Text DAILY to 310-496-8363 to be the first to know about our next live podcasting session! CONNECT WITH THE GOOD VIBE STUDIOS Follow The Good Vibe Studios: @thegoodvibestudios Learn more about The Good Vibe Studios: thegoodvibestudios.com Get 10% off with code LIVINGROOM10 CONNECT WITH ONEHOPE WINE Follow ONEHOPE Wine: @onehope Shop ONEHOPE Wine: onehopewine.com CONNECT WITH LINDSEY Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Listen to Powerhouse Women CONNECT WITH LORI Follow me: @loriharder Follow Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Follow Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Follow Girlfriends & Business: @girlfriendsandbusiness Listen to Girlfriends & Business
Consistency is harder for overachievers because they go from 100 miles an hour to zero very quickly as they rely on their willpower rather than creating habits.If we set ambitious goals that we can't reach, we often lose heart and abandon them altogether. However, the "1% better daily" principle advocates for making small daily improvements that can eventually result in substantial progress.By concentrating on making consistent 1% improvements every day, individuals who are overachievers can establish sustainable habits that will eventually help them get to their long term goals. Although minor changes may appear insignificant initially, they can result in significant progress and growth over time. By continuously making incremental improvements, those who aim for excellence can develop momentum and accomplish their objectives in a sustainable manner.James Clear, author of "Atomic Habits," suggests that relying solely on willpower is not a sustainable way to build habits. Instead, he recommends implementing a system of small, consistent actions that gradually become part of one's routine. For overachievers, this may mean setting lower expectations and focusing on the process rather than the outcome. By creating a habit of consistent, small actions, overachievers can avoid burnout and achieve their goals in a sustainable way.
Lori Harder and I are back at The Good Vibe Studios to record another Living Room Session! We dive into the topic of anointing yourself and getting comfortable with imperfection. We share what was going on behind-the-scenes during some of our most pivotal career moments, including writing books, launching events, and speaking on stages. The common thread between all of those accomplishments? We were okay with showing up and doing it messy. Once you accept that done is better than perfect, that's when you start to see your wildest dreams come true. Stay tuned for part two to hear our Q&A with the audience! In this episode we talk about: Rewriting the stories that keep you small Ways to support yourself when you feel like life is constantly knocking you down The importance of small, consistent habits that support your growth Our stake-in-the-ground moments What currently has us feeling stretched in life and business Resources: For a 10% discount on your studio session at The Good Vibe Studios, use code LIVINGROOM10: thegoodvibestudios.com Follow The Good Vibe Studios: @thegoodvibestudios Follow ONEHOPE Wine: @onehope Shop ONEHOPE Wine: onehopewine.com Tony Robbins' Unleash the Power Within events Atomic Habits by James Clear If you loved today's episode, please share your favorite takeaways or your own systems and processes by screenshotting this episode and tagging us on Instagram! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership CONNECT WITH LORI Follow Lori: @loriharder Listen to Earn Your Happy CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Hannah: @hannahmwells Visit the Powerhouse Women website: powerhousewomen.co Join the PW Community Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity
Today we are releasing another bonus episode! This is my appearance on the Evolve Podcast with Steve Cutler! We were fortunate enough to host Steve on our podcast twice, on episode 222, and on episode 409 of our show, titled Ketosis and ADHD with Steve Cutler! As always, it was a fun chat, and I'm always so grateful to be a guest on someone else's show!Steve is the owner of EVOLVE, a lifestyle clothing, coaching, and consulting business. Steve is the host of the EVOLVE Podcast. In addition to EVOLVE, Steve is currently a Vice President for Udo, a tech startup company in Utah's Silicone Slopes. Most important, Steve is a proud husband and father of 3 beautiful, smart, and amazing kids. Steve has had a massive impact in my personal and professional life, he believed in me enough to hire me, and helped me own and embrace my unique area of passion in the low-carbohydrate space! He helped me own and embrace my unique area of passion in the low-carbohydrate space!Find Steve at-IG- stevecutler_IG- evolve_casthttps://www.evolve-cast.com/Check out my episodes with Steve on our bonus episode 93 and episode 142!Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
In episode #161 I chat with Author, Coach Educator and Performance Rugby Consultant, Paul Phillips. We discuss his experiences of developing high performance cultures in professional rugby. Paul also shares some research on tackling and how to overcome fears with helpful triggers as well as other fascinating insights. Key Learning Points: In Rugby at the lower levels fear is very prominent. Establishing values and behaviours that are coupled with a vision for the team and club is an essential part of culture development. Why can't we generate behaviours before thoughts and emotions? James Clear's two-minute rule in the book Atomic Habits is a good way to start to develop habitual behaviours. The size of the opponent in rugby can be a big factor in activating fear. Visual, kinaesthetic and auditory cues and triggers are helpful in dealing with fear when tackling. Using metaphors such as images of animals or superhero's is a helpful trigger for adults and children. The development of positive relationships between players and coaches is a hallmark of high performing teams. Extrinsic environments are rife largely down to the way messages are communicated from senior staff and coaches in clubs and organisations. Too much focus on external factors results in lower emotional control. Connect with Paul Phillips LinkedIn Book: How to Create Culture: In Rugby Union Connect with David Charlton Sign Up to The Mental Edge Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn To Listen to Rugby Orientated Podcast Episodes Ep039: John Fletcher – How to Develop Fearless Athletes Ep094: Professor Adam Nicholls – How to Develop Mentally Strong Rugby Players Ep104: Seb De Chaves – The Psychological Demands of Elite Professional Rugby Ep127: Paul Trainor – The Application of Mental Toughness Training in Elite Professional Rugby League EP147: Aaron Walsh – The Application of Mental Performance Coaching in Elite Professional Rugby Ep153: Rugby Psychology Compilation - 25 Ways You Can Improve Your Performance Helpful Rugby Orientated Resources Blog - Overthinking on the Rugby Pitch Blog - Are You A Rugby Player With Perfectionist Tendencies? Case Study – Supporting a Rugby Player to Overcome Self-Doubt Blog - Playing Rugby at Your Best Under Pressure Blog – 5 Ways to Create a Psychological Safe Sporting Environment Rugby Psychology | Mental Skills for Rugby Resources
Gina Livy's Facebook Lives from the Winter 2023 Weight Loss Group hosted on Facebook. This is a recording of the Day 68, 9 AM live. You can find the full video hosted at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/ginalivywinter2023Topics covered:Four Questions, needs vs wants, program fatigue, next steps @ introInsight with Maintenance - listen to maintenance on podcasts @ 9:57Craving carbs when stressed - stress on health @ 13:14Set intentions weight loss is not a quick fix, notice NSVs @ 16:58Books that help with habits - 5 Second Rule, Atomic Habits @ 25:08Others noticing your changes - sharing (website) with others @ 32:56Back on Track technique you can use (Week 10) @ 37:48Keep a journal - noticing how you feel with what you're adding in @ 39:55To learn more about the Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you showing up? Showing up for yourself is crucial for personal growth, self-awareness, and well-being. It means prioritizing your needs, desires, and goals, and taking intentional actions toward them. When you show up for yourself, you acknowledge your worth, and you create a foundation of self-love and self-respect. It also means taking responsibility for your life, and not relying on others to fulfill your needs or make you happy. By showing up for yourself, you cultivate a sense of empowerment and agency, and you become more resilient and adaptable to life's challenges. So make it a habit to show up for yourself every day, in big and small ways, and watch how your life transforms for the better. Today I am flying solo to talk about who I am trying to be in the world and what I do to become that version of myself. In this episode, I will share a few tips I learned on how to become the best version of yourself and why it matters to show up and take action. I will also discuss the things I learned from two books I recently read, Atomic Habits by James Clear and The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod. Topics include: My biggest takeaway from reading Atomic Habits The three things I'm trying to be in the world The importance of showing up And other topics… Resources mentioned: Atomic Habits by James Clear: https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod: https://www.amazon.com/Miracle-Morning-Not-So-Obvious-Guaranteed-Transform/dp/0979019710 Connect with Darius: Website: https://therealdarius.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dariusmirshahzadeh/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whoompdarius/ YouTube: https://therealdarius.com/youtube Book: The Core Value Equation https://www.amazon.com/Core-Value-Equation-Framework-Limitless/dp/1544506708 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Innovator's Mindset (The Podcast)
You can get "The Happiness Project" Here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0062888749?linkCode=ssc&tag=onamzgeorge0f-20&creativeASIN=0062888749&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.3M1UJOXVPX19P&ref_=aip_sf_list_spv_ons_d_asin Welcome to George Couros' Epic Book Review! This episode is reviewing The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. "The Happiness Project" by Gretchen Rubin explores her year-long quest to increase her overall happiness and well-being. Rubin identifies various areas of her life that she believes are essential for happiness, including relationships, career, and physical health. Each month, she focuses on a specific theme and sets goals and resolutions to improve that area of her life. Through her personal experiences, Rubin offers practical tips and insights for readers to apply to their own lives. George Couros asks the question, are happiness and learning connected in school, and how would interpret that connection? Share your thoughts in the comments below and remember to like and subscribe on YouTube! Quotes: “Studies show that in a phenomenon called emotional contagion, we unconsciously catch emotions from other people, whether good mood, whether in a good mood or bad ones. Taking the time to be silly means that we're infecting one another with good cheer, and people who enjoy silliness are one-third more likely to be happy.” - Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project “The ‘fundamental attribution error' is a psychological phenomenon in which we tend to view other people's actions as reflections of their characters and to overlook the power of the situation to influence their actions, whereas, with ourselves, we recognize the pressures of circumstance. When other people's cell phones ring during a movie, it's because they're inconsiderate boors; if my cell phone rings during a movie, it's because I need to be able to take a call from the babysitter. I tried to remember not to judge people harshly, especially on the first or second encounter. Their actions might not reveal their enduring character but instead reflect some situation they find themselves in.” “Samuel Butler wrote, ‘Happiness and misery consist in a progression towards better or worse; it does not matter how high up or low down you are, it depends not on this, but on the direction in which you are tending.' “ Links: Gretchen Rubin Website - https://gretchenrubin.com/books/the-happiness-project/ James Clear, Atomic Habits - https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits Innovate Inside the Box (book on Amazon) - https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Inside-Box-Empowering-Innovators/dp/1948334127 __________________________________________ Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros Because of a Teacher - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Because of a Teacher 2 - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833450X?tag=onamzgeorge0f-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=194833450X&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.2SBTFVTBT0S6X The Innovator's Mindset: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0986155497?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948334127?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/
Abigail is joined by nonfiction book coach expert, Barbara Boyd, to analyze James Clear's nonfiction book (a personal growth book) phenomenon, ATOMIC HABITS. What makes this deep dive particularly interesting is that Barbara and Abigail decide to analyze not the first chapter, but the introduction—something Barbara explains is crucial for a nonfiction book and book proposal that hooks a literary agent (and target readers). They use the 7 Key First Chapter Questions that set up big picture expectations to analyze the introduction. Then, instead of the traditional scene analysis breakdown Abigail uses to analyze the first chapters of fiction books, Barbara teaches what is needed in a nonfiction introduction—and together, they analyze how ATOMIC HABITS exemplifies this. ATOMIC HABITS by James Clear (pulled from Amazon) The number one New York Times best seller. Over one million copies sold! Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results No matter your goals, Atomic Habits offers a proven framework for improving - every day. James Clear, one of the world's leading experts on habit formation, reveals practical strategies that will teach you exactly how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. If you're having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn't you. The problem is your system. Bad habits repeat themselves again and again not because you don't want to change, but because you have the wrong system for change. You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. Here, you'll get a proven system that can take you to new heights. Clear is known for his ability to distill complex topics into simple behaviors that can be easily applied to daily life and work. Here, he draws on the most proven ideas from biology, psychology, and neuroscience to create an easy-to-understand guide for making good habits inevitable and bad habits impossible. Along the way, listeners will be inspired and entertained with true stories from Olympic gold medalists, award-winning artists, business leaders, life-saving physicians, and star comedians who have used the science of small habits to master their craft and vault to the top of their field. Learn how to: Make time for new habits (even when life gets crazy) Overcome a lack of motivation and willpower Design your environment to make success easier Get back on track when you fall off course And much more Atomic Habits will reshape the way you think about progress and success, and give you the tools and strategies you need to transform your habits - whether you are a team looking to win a championship, an organization hoping to redefine an industry, or simply an individual who wishes to quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, or achieve any other goal. Buy ATOMIC HABITS>> Sign Up for Barbara's Upcoming Memoir Retreat: Mainley Memoir Find Abigail and Barbara : Website: www.abigailkperry.com | https://www.barbarajboyd.com/ IG: @abigailkperry | @babsinrome Twitter: @abigailkperry
Thriving In Motherhood Podcast
I love making big goals - and you've seen me do some of them here with things like the Soaring Mothers Summit. But this year, I wanted to try something that I read about years ago in Atomic Habits: making 1% Better Changes. Each month of the year, I'm picking one tiny thing to focus on, and so far, the impact has far exceeded my homes. When I'm deciding on what to focus on each month, I start with this question that is found in the quarterly review pages of the Thriving in Motherhood Planner: “What is the ONE thing that will make the biggest difference in all areas of my life?” It allows me to get honest with myself about what my current habits are and where I would like to make things better for myself. What I love about this question is that whatever season of motherhood you're in - even the super hard ones - you can find things to make 1% better instead of staying stuck and feeling like a victim. Here are the changes I've made so far in quarter one of 2023: January: Charge my phone away from my bed at night. February: Daily exercise (with a low bar of what counts) March: Track our spending in a spreadsheet The changes are simple, but by moving my phone away from my bed at night, I not only went to sleep earlier, but I also started off the day by doing all the things that matter to me before picking up my phone. Daily exercise for me is crucial to decreasing pain, and I've made a lot of improvements in that area. Tracking our spending turned into bigger conversations about how much we've saved and want to save for our kid's college, retirement and how we can tackle our mortgage more quickly. For more details of why I'm focusing on little things and the results I'm seeing, listen to this week's episode of the podcast!
Full Cup Club Podcast - Getting Back Up After Getting Knocked Down With Grief
When you have lost someone and then go through the lowest lows of grief and then someone close to you loses someone, you know what's ahead for them. That can leave you feeling triggered. It can stir up those hard emotions. You want to be supportive, but you also have to take care of yourself, too. In this episode, Christina and Meghan share some recent losses they've experienced and how it reawoken some of the hard emotions for them, but not without laughter and Meghan forgetting we did a whole freakin' episode on this already. Classic M. (How long into widowhood can we claim "widow brain" for forgetfullness?)Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:This month we're reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. Join us! Grab yours now or check it out from the library.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on our website, Facebook, and Instagram too!
The Business & Pleasure of Flowers
Episode 168: Sixty days ago Flower Clique had a webinar "How to crush the first 60 days of 2023", and now it's time to follow-up. Vonda and Lori share their habit goals and how they've measured up ~ or not! Book referenced: Atomic Habits by James ClearSponsored by Flower CliqueFlower Clique Prep SchoolReal Life Retail Florist Course
Heroin is known to be highly addictive. So when the US government found out that 20% of all American troops in Vietnam were addicted to heroin, they were in a panic. But very few of them stayed addicted to heroin when they came home. What happened??? As James Clear shares in his book "Atomic Habits", if you want to change your behavior, you change your environment. I share 5 ways you can discipline your own environment, so you don't have to worry about disciplining yourself. Please support my sponsors! I know them all personally and can vouch for their integrity and quality. -For website design, graphic design, internet marketing, and more check out McWilliams Marketing at http://www.McWilliamsmarketing.com -Use Patnaik Realty for ANY real estate needs you have. I mean anything! Residential, commercial, property management, investments, acquisitions. He does it all. Call Teek at 256-694-0117 or e-mail him at Teek@PatnaikCo.com -My Amazon Best Selling Book "Relentless Positivity" is now available as an audiobook!- https://huntsvillebootcamp.fit/relentless-positivity-audiobook-1151 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/relentlesspositivity/message
I think we all have people in our life who inspire us, challenge us, and teach us - people who bring so much good stuff to the table when you get together that you can't help but be all ears and just want to soak it all in. Becky Novacek is one of those people in my life. Every time we are able to connect, I learn. I leave feeling inspired and encouraged. You might recognize Becky because she's been on the podcast before (Episode #22 - Fighting for Joy with a Healthy Mindset). I wanted to have her back on now because over the course of the past year she and I have had so many rich conversations about ALL kinds of things and I wanted to share pieces of that with all of you. Today I asked her to share a "Top 5" list of ways that she is fighting for joy in this season of her life. I think you'll love her wise perspective about things like identity, loving well, and seeking beauty. Becky is so tender to the things of the Lord and I know you'll be blessed by the way she ties everything back to her faith and her relationship with God. My last episode was with Brooke Kyes, a young mom in her 20s, and today its a woman thriving in her 60s. Its such a privilege to bring you a wide range of perspectives. Each season of life brings its blessings and challenges and its so helpful to hear stories of how to fight for joy through it all! So today, soak in the words of my dear friend Becky. As always, if you find some encouragement in this episode, I would LOVE to hear from you. And, I always appreciate when you share the podcast with others. Its one of the best ways you can support my work and ministry. Thanks for listening! **Today's episode is brought to you by Faithful Counseling, an amazing online Christian counseling service. I'm excited to offer my listeners 10% off at: faithfulcounseling.com/fightingforjoy. Quality counseling is a worthy investment and can be such a powerful tool in the fight for joy!
Mowing In The Dark LAWN CARE Podcast
In today's episode I want to talk about something I read in James Clear's book Atomic Habits. In our personal lives sometimes we need to add some friction to get good habits and we need to remove friction in our businesses in order to be more efficient and less stressed. Thanks for listening. Please give the podcast a 5 star rating and review in Apple Podcasts. I would love to hear your feedback. Send me an email with your feedback at email@example.com Podcast Website: https://www.mowinginthedarkpodcast.com/ https://anchor.fm/mowinginthelight 12 Month Contract Template Editable Download https://www.mowinginthedarkpodcast.com/product-page/12-month-contract-for-lawn-snow-combined-100-editable Follow your host Aaron Sutter on… Instagram @lansinglawnservice Youtube: www.youtube.com/lansinglawnservicellc and check out my business website: www.lansinglawnservice.com Want to be on our Sticker Wall? Send your stickers to: Lansing Lawn Service LLC P.O. Box 454 Potterville, MI 48876 Check out My Favorite Lawn Care Gear: Werner, AC78, Quickclick Stabilizer, Aluminum https://amzn.to/2OTOfMf Wonder Grip WG318L Liquid-Proof Double-Coated/Dipped Natural Latex Rubber Work Gloves 13-Gauge Seamless Nylon, Large, Large https://amzn.to/2Ytjml6 Hodenn Zero Turn Lawn Mower Hitch - Fits Ariens & Gravely ZT-X: https://amzn.to/3jJmEua ECHO Black Diamond Trimmer Line: https://amzn.to/2GBEL7d #lawncare #landscaping #mowinginthedark #lawnservice #lawncarebusiness #lawncarepodcast #greenindustry #mowing #lawnmowing #landscapingpodcast #lawnpodcast #greenindustrypodcast #fullertonunfiltered #greengrindpodcast
A common sports injury left Rick McMullen incapacitated. His search for recovery led to the founding of Alleviate, a platform for physical therapy that is finding a lot of satisfied users. Thanks to Bryanne Leeming for introducing Rick to me. · Sal Daher Explains Why He Came Off the Sidelines to Invest in Alleviate · Rick McMullen, Co-Founder of Alleviate, Has the Ideal Background to Build Such a Company · Investing from a Self-Directed IRA Is High-Burden · The Problem Alleviate Is Solving · People Often Quit Before Physical Therapy Begins to Work · College Athletes Have a Lot of Support; When They Graduate There's Nobody to Advise them on Recovering from Injuries · Alleviate Aims to Fill the Gap in the Delivery of Physical Therapy in the US · “With all of these conditions, you've got to do the work [to get better].” · Atomic Habits by James Clear · Alleviate Is Getting Traction · Alleviate's Revenue Is Cash-Flow Positive · Product Returns Are Learning Opportunities · Clayton Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma · “...the specific subset of musculoskeletal pathologies that we serve. You can call it a niche, but it's like a $10 billion niche.” · Rick McMullen's Journey to Founding a Startup · “...this central idea that the golden rule is the most economically rational thing.” · Why Rick McMullen Is Focused on Capital Efficiency · Parting Thought from Rick McMullen Topics: product, management, discovering entrepreneurship Title: Physical Therapy That Works
The Working Single Mom's Podcasts--- Coffee Chats and The Revealing Excellence Series
This morning we are talking about habits and the book Atomic Habits by James Clear.
FUELED | wellness + nutrition with Molly Kimball
Change can feel hard. Even when we know something is good for us, it can still be challenging to create healthy habits that stick. This week on FUELED, Trevor Manuel, Wellness Manager of Ochsner Fitness, joins me to delve into the groundbreaking insights and practical strategies from the bestselling book "Atomic Habits" by James Clear. We explore the power of small, almost unnoticeable changes and how they can lead to big results over time, along with the importance of creating an environment and processes that support positive behaviors. Join us as we unpack the science of habit formation and share actionable strategies for mastering your habits and achieving your goals.LINKS Atomic Habits by James Clear | www.atomichabits.com Downloadable resources, including Habit Tracker | www.atomichabits.com/mediaPrevious episode on Food Addiction | http://bit.ly/3JlXlNZThank you to this week's sponsorNutrafol - You can grow thicker, healthier hair AND support our show by going to www.Nutrafol.com and entering the promo code FUELED to save fifteen dollars off your first month's subscription. This is their best offer ANYWHERE and it is only available to US customers for a limited time.
What if I told you that you could optimize and enhance just about every area of your life using one simple tip? Well, that's what I'm sharing with you on today's episode. Don't be deceived by it's simplicity. It's life changing! Scriptures & mentors/resources mentioned for your journey today: Atomic Habits, by James Clear Have you accessed your free resources to help you craft your goals? Don't wait another minute! https://www.sharedgoalsconsulting.com/resources If you liked this episode AND want to light up my day, hop on over to Itunes and leave me a review. I appreciate you and hearing from you makes me –in a word – happy! Your reviews help other goal seeking women find this podcast too! Learn more about goals, God and all the good stuff at www.sharedgoalsconsulting.com. Access my weekly blog at www.thegoalhouse.wordpress.com. You can also purchase my goal setting book for kids there! Be blessed, and go craft some goals!! Monica
Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte
We've all been there…Tempted to skip a workout we said we were going to do. The little angel on one shoulder encourages you to go. The lazy devil on the other shoulder says, “You can do it later.”Who's going to win? Are you going to flake on yourself, or not?If you rely solely on your willpower or motivation, chances are you will not exercise regularly. Your brain is wired to be lazy. But we can use systems to combat our tendency to stay in our comfort zone and skip working out. As James Clear says in Atomic Habits, “We do not rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems.”So what is your system for regular exercise? Do you even have one? If you don't have a system, and struggle with consistent exercise, this episode is for you.In this quick weight loss mindset tip episode, you'll learn 4 systems you can use to be more consistent with exercise. Subscribe & ReviewSubscribing and leaving a rating and review are important factors in helping the Reshape Your Health Podcast and the YouTube Channel reach more people. If you haven't already subscribed, please do that today.We would also be grateful if you left a rating and review, too. In your listening app, scroll to the “Ratings and Reviews” section, then click “Write a Review” and let us know what you enjoy about our show. We appreciate you taking the time to show your support. Thank you! Resources From This Episode>> Join Zivli>> Book a Free Zivli Discovery Call>> Freebie: Weight Loss Mindset Audio Training>> Freebie: The Ultimate Food Guide
Are you looking for other Visionary Leaders to connect with? Does English and Project Based Learning seem like a hurdle or a highlight? Visionary Leaders who employ PBL can create authentic learning experiences and inspiring classrooms for students of all ages. Project Based Learning also enables school leaders to fulfill their vision for academic growth and a thriving school community. Carolyn White is a High School English teacher from the East Coast. Carolyn's why is to help students understand their why. Carolyn walks through her PBL Unit of “How can we help local small businesses attract and retain employees?”. Carolyn recommends diving into your first PBL Unit and figuring it out from there. She also shares some student stories from the Unit. In this episode of the PBL Simplified Podcast, Ryan answers the Need to Know “How long should a PBL Unit be?” In the Leadership Leap, Ryan summarizes the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. Atomic Habits is about making good habits, and stopping bad habits. Ryan highly recommends this book for your shelf! Order your copy with the link below.ORDER THE NEW BOOK PBL SIMPLIFIEDhttps://amzn.to/3VLsBtGSCHEDULE A PBL TRAINING WITH MAGNIFY LEARNINGhttps://www.magnifylearningin.org/book-a-pbl-workshopCHECK OUT RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE PODCASTPBL Simplified Podcast LinksASK RYAN A QUESTION FOR THE PODCASThttps://www.magnifylearningin.org/ask-ryan-your-pbl-questionsFOLLOW RYAN ON TWITTERhttps://mobile.twitter.com/ryansteuerBOOK A MAGNIFY LEARNING DESIGN DAYS WORKSHOPhttps://www.magnifylearningin.org/book-a-pbl-workshop ATHLETIC GREENShttps://fbuy.io/ag/tpfbenesATOMIC HABITS BY JAMES CLEARhttps://amzn.to/3iPblVI
Full Cup Club Podcast - Getting Back Up After Getting Knocked Down With Grief
In this episode, Christina and Meghan talk about dating with grief - why do you want to date? How do you know when you're ready to date? How is it different, what are you looking for, what should you lookout for? Listen to this one to hear words of wisdom (okay, "wisdom" may not be entirely right) from two widows who are currently dating.Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:This month we're reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. Join us! Grab yours now or check it out from the library.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on our website, Facebook, and Instagram too!
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I just finished reading Atomic Habits for the second time, and I was reminded of one of my favorite pieces of advice in the book. It briefly talks about something called the 2-Minute Rule. I was initially intrigued by this method because it only would take me two minutes. While I didn't feel like I had hours to dedicate to building new habits, I definitely had two minutes. So, I gave it a shot. It ended up being the key I was missing to transforming my habits (and, by extension, my life). I thought I'd share more about the 2-minute rule in detail so you can start trying it out for yourself. If you've been trying to build new healthy habits but you just can't seem to make them stick, this is for you. The Life Daily 2023 Digital Planner: https://www.hopewatson.com/product-page/the-life-daily-2023-digital-planner SOCIALS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifewith.hopee/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lifewithhopee YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJxe3jgG3vZpP-1zyBiBbYg Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-7f85d4aa Website: https://www.hopewatson.com Notion Templates: https://www.hopewatson.com/notiontemplates Blog: https://www.hopewatson.com/blog Intro Music & Sound Credits: bedtime after a coffee by Barradeen | https://soundcloud.com/barradeen/ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US Music promoted by https://www.chosic.com/free-music/all/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onwardsandupwards/support
Full Cup Club Podcast - Getting Back Up After Getting Knocked Down With Grief
In this minisode we're talking about little things you can do to help Future You. What's one thing you can do today to make your life a little easier? We'll give you a few ideas, and we want to hear what you do too.Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:This month we're reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. Join us! Grab yours now or check it out from the library.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on our website, Facebook, and Instagram too!
ChatGPT is the artificial intelligence talk of the town, and Jan and Jim have experimented with it for a few months and share the questions they asked it, and the responses ChatGPT provided. They discuss how ChatGPT can be a game-changer for leaders to spend more time doing what they do best - develop relationships and exercise judgment. Listen in for how AI can be a new tool in your toolbox, and its potential as a leadership enhancer. https://bit.ly/TLP-348 Key Takeaways [1:38] Jan and Jim give a big shoutout to their friend Greg Hinc of County Cork, Ireland. He wrote that he started listening to The Leadership Podcast at about Episode 150, then he went back and listened to them all. He comments on their social media posts. He's talked a lot about how much he's learned and gained from it, which means a lot to Jan and Jim. There's a little gift coming to Greg. [2:34] If you have listened to every episode like Greg, then Jan and Jim would love to hear from you, as well. [4:07] Jim's friend, Jim Mirochnik of Halock Security Labs, introduced him three months ago to ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot. After five minutes of interaction, Jim was as excited as when he first learned of the world wide web in 1992. Jim asked ChatGPT a variety of questions and he got back usually well-written answers. [5:33] To test ChatGPT on a task a human probably couldn't do quickly, Jim asked it, “Write a Java computer program that will take the input of two people's names and an adjective describing their relationship and create a poem written in Iambic Pentameter.” Within seconds, it wrote a Java program that was pretty close to being exactly what Jim had asked for. [6:17] Jim clarified his question and ChatGPT gave him a better result. Then Jim asked it to write the program in Python and it instantly supplied the Python code on half a sheet. It gave a more concise answer than a human coder might have given and it was good code. [7:01] Jim and Jan share some questions he asked and the answers from ChatGPT from about three months ago. [7:14] Q. Write a 500-word essay on leadership. The answer came in about 35 seconds and it was amazing. Then Jim asked, “How many words is that essay?” It said 532. Jim asked why it went over. It said leadership is a complex topic and hard to explain. [7:54] This morning Jim asked it the same question: Write a 500-word essay on leadership. ChatGPT has gotten a lot busier, with more users. The response today took six minutes. It was very well written again and similar to the first response but it was much more concise at 372 words. ChatGPT is having a deep impact on university students and the way they study. It is a fantastically useful and powerful tool. [8:53] Jan hears people afraid that ChatGPT will take their job. He recently demoed ChatGPT to a CEO. When the CEO asked, Why are there silos developing in my organization? It gave these answers: Lack of communication/collaboration, competition for resources, different goals and priorities, silos created by structure, or resistance to change. That gave Jan and his client five things to explore together. [10:56] If you only had pliers before, now you have a vice grip. What sticks out for Jan is that he has to ask it very good questions and then, exercise his judgment and decide what to look at. [11:27] What Jan did with his CEO client was look at different goals and priorities. They have a retreat planned where each attendee will bring a list of five important priorities and will make sure everyone is clear on roles and responsibilities and where there is overlap. Jan — not ChatGPT — will facilitate the discussion. Jan sees it as an awesome tool. [12:03] Some people get better and quicker responses than others when searching on Google because they know how to ask questions the right way for good search results. That skill is super important with ChatGPT. You get better by practicing and using it. [12:45] There are some things that it can do quickly that might take weeks for a human to do. Jim asked, What are the top five themes articulated in The Leadership Podcast? [13:41] ChatGPT answered, “As an AI language model, I don't have personal opinions but I can provide you with an overview of some of the most commonly discussed themes on The Leadership Podcast, based on the content available on their website and podcast. Here are five possible themes: Leadership …, personal development, team dynamics, innovation and disruption, business and industry insights.” [14:27] ChatGPT took about a minute to make that analysis. It had indexed and searched the entire site for The Leadership Podcast, so it knows about it. Jim had asked it the same question two months ago before it was able to search websites. Now it can. Its functionality is increasing at a geometric pace. [15:16] ChatGPT is a fun, powerful tool, and its answers are exceptionally well done. Another question was, Can you measure leadership? It came up with a similar answer to a discussion with guest Sarah Wirth - The Leadership Podcast Episode 351. [16:28] Jan asked ChatGPT When I interview Jim Vaselopulos from Rafti Advisors for my podcast, what should I ask him? ChatGPT responded, “As a business strategist and leaders consultant, Jim is able to provide valuable insights on various topics related to business management leadership. Here are some questions to ask during the interview. …” [16:51] “ … How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted business strategies in leadership and how can organizations adapt to these changes?”, “Can you share a memorable experience from your career that taught you an important lesson about leadership?”, “What inspired you to become a strategist and leadership consultant?” [17:22] “Can you share a particularly successful project you had with a client and what made it successful?” These are good generic questions. They provide a good starting point. Jim cites Atomic Habits, by James Clear. If you want to run, start by putting your shoes on. Then you generally follow through. ChatGPT is a tool to help you jumpstart a report or analysis. It can help you get moving. [18:53] Jan is working with an organization with five good values that has not articulated its values into observable behaviors. One of the values is accountability. Jan asked ChatGPT, What three observable behaviors would you assign to the value of accountability? ChatGPT's response was, “Honesty and transparency, reliability and follow through, adaptability and continuous improvement.” [19:26] Under “continuous improvement,” ChatGPT added, “They take feedback constructively, they recognize mistakes or failures can be opportunities for growth and learning, they're willing to adjust their approach …” Jan asked if you, the listeners, know what the values mean in your organization? Don't follow a robot blindly, but ChatGPT gives a great starting point for a discussion on values. [20:25] Jan says, oftentimes, those [company] values are ambiguous, the culture is by default, and the values and standards cannot be upheld because there's no agreement on what they mean. There's no common vocabulary. That's something every organization could do today. Look at your values and agree on behaviors to associate with them. Can we be more clear on what we want our folks to do? [21:12] Three years ago, Jim and Jan were asked to go out to the Air University in Montgomery, Alabama. They gave a speech summarizing The Leadership Podcast and the guests they had interviewed and the overarching theme they could find. One of the themes that still continues since then was curiosity. The most successful leaders had the trait of being curious. ChatGPT didn't come up with that! [21:59] The Leadership Podcast is about curiosity. Learning to use a tool like ChatGPT is about being curious. What are you curious about? [22:28] Jan asked When I interview Jan Rutherford from Self-reliant Leadership for my podcast, what should I ask him? ChatGPT responded “Can you tell us a bit about your background, how you became interested in self-reliant leadership?” and “What are the key traits and characteristics of self-reliant leaders?” It didn't ask a single COVID-19 question, ask about stories or mention entrepreneurs. [23:06] ChatGPT had picked up on those topics on Jim's website, not on Jan's. There were relevant questions for each Jan and Jim from their websites. [23:18] Another question for Jan was “Are there any common misconceptions or misunderstandings about self-reliant leadership that you would like to clear up?” That's a good question. During this episode, Jan and Jim were curious, tested their assumptions, and learned something! [23:40] Curiosity is such an important theme. ChatGPT is a vehicle to supercharge your curiosity and enlighten yourself in ways that you couldn't without reading books that you may not have time to read. [24:27] Simon Sinek was a guest on the show and they asked him, “Where does personal responsibility and a sense of real duty to each other start to play a role, especially now (during the pandemic)?” So Jan asked ChatGPT that question. [24:42] ChatGPT had interesting answers, ending with “To foster a sense of personal responsibility and a duty to each other, it's important to prioritize empathy, compassion, and kindness. We can start by listening to and understanding the needs and concerns of others, being willing to make personal sacrifices for the greater good, and taking action to support our communities in meaningful ways.” [25:09] Jan plays Simon's answer: “Trust is a two-way street. Just think of any relationship: friendship, marriage, or anything. Trust is always two ways. In a business context, where there's formal hierarchy, it is the leader's responsibility to create the environment in which trust can exist.” [25:41] (Simon continues) “To build a circle of safety and create an environment in which people feel safe to raise their hand and say, ‘I made a mistake,' or ‘I need help,' or ‘I don't understand,' without any fear of humiliation or retribution. Without any fear that they'll be on some shortlist by the end of the year. However, it's everyone's responsibility to step into that circle of safety.” [25:59] (Simon continues) “Compare it to a personal relationship. It's very important for at least one person in the relationship to start to create an environment in which the other person feels safe to express themselves or be themselves. But it's still the responsibility of the other person to take that risk to express themselves or be themselves.” [26:16] (Simon concludes) “It's the same in business. It's all fine and good for us to create the environment but people have to take the risk and say, ‘Hey boss, I need help,' or ‘I made a mistake,' and to realize that there's no humiliation or blowback if you do that. In fact, you get his support.” [26:36] The ChatGPT is not about to replace Simon Sinek. He's wonderful to listen to, he's articulate. He hit on a lot of the same themes that were in ChatGPT's answer. Jan finds that interesting. We know this AI today is going to be exponentially better. In less than a year, it may use a voice and cadence to come close to Simon Sinek. Leaders and business people now have another tool in their toolbox. [27:39] We're still going to need to build relationships; we're still going to need to be able to exercise judgment. If curiosity is a value in your organization, what does that mean? Are we teaching people to ask better questions and to listen better? Or are we saying go to Toastmasters to learn to be a great speaker and articulate? The emphasis has been on using our mouths instead of our ears! [28:10] To do a school term paper, you come up with an outline and then flesh it out. In practical business, people don't start with an outline. Powerpoint is the closest thing to an outline for presentations. Make one good point instead of five average points. Two good points and seven bad ones ruin a presentation. ChatGPT can help you sharpen your point and get at it. [29:38] What are the keys to having difficult conversations? ChatGPT answered with seven bullet points taking up three-quarters of a page. Jim lists the bullet points: “Prepare, choose, listen actively, be clear and direct, focus on the issue, offer solutions and options, and follow up.” The supporting information is spot-on. It doesn't have too many extra words or fluff statements. [30:23] What are the most common mistakes people make when delegating? “Not delegating at all, over-delegating, poor communication, micro-managing, lack of follow-up, not providing sufficient resources, and taking credit.” You have to recognize the efforts and achievements of the person you delegated to. [31:27] For as scary as this new technology can be, we need to adopt it, embrace it, and understand that it's going to affect all of us in some way, shape, or form. Whether you realize it or not, your employees are using it! Jim shares a client story about it. [32:14] Jan just had a conversation about trust. He cites past guest Margaret Heffernan: Social capital is what happens between people; that relationship. You want to work with people you like, people you respect, and people you trust. Trust takes time and everybody's busy. [33:28] Jan refers to Lisa McLeod, a sales thought leader, who says “If you can't understand how you're making people's lives better, you can't sell anything.” It would be so sad to go to work, with whatever tools you use, and not think at the end, “How am I making people's lives better?” See the interview here: https://selfreliantleadership.com/blog/2021/05/06/lisa-mcleod-on-selling-with-noble-purpose/. [34:10] Jim asked a young salesman what his value proposition was. The salesman listed the product features but Jim wanted to know how the salesman was making his customer's life better. Jim tells a friend's story about the pressure-washing cheerleader who lifted his low spirit with kindness and joy. [36:55] Past guest Barry Schwartz told about cancer-ward janitors who weren't there to clean messes but to provide a better experience for patients. That floor had the best cancer-survival rates because of the janitors who brought them kindness and preserved their dignity. [37:39] Jan recalls how past guest Christophe Morin of SalesBrain uses props. As a prop, Jan holds up an insulated mug his wife got him for Valentine's Day. Jan asks ChatGPT How does a coffee mug that stays warm improve someone's life? “A mug that stays warm can be a convenient addition to a person's daily routine. They can take their time enjoying their drink without having to worry about it getting cold.” [38:53] ChatGPT also says that drinking a hot beverage has been linked to various health benefits, such as improving digestion, boosting metabolism, and reducing the risk of certain diseases. “With a mug that stays warm, one can ensure they're consuming their hot beverage at the optimal temperature to reap these benefits.” Our business is selling something. Do we understand how it improves someone's life? [39:20] Is ChatGPT a menace? It might be. Is it something that can improve our life? Jan thinks it will be able to speed up things. It will get us to a point where creating an outline or coming up with some ideas, we'll let somebody else do that and we'll focus on the things that only we can do; exercise judgment, cut and paste, modify, edit, or think, and step back. It will help us get better at asking questions. [40:11] What Jan hopes ChatGPT does is allow us to spend more time with each other and improve the relationships we have between people, not on a computer all the time. [40:54] Jim asked ChatGPT to write the Darley ad, and it did! Jim reads the ad. [41:37] Microsoft is incorporating ChatGPT into Bing. [41:51] Jan and Jim would love to hear your feedback on this episode and on ChatGPT. How are you using it? This is a game-changer. Comment on LinkedIn or on Facebook or comment on the episode page. Jan and Jim will respond. [42:28] Closing quote: Remember, “Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see.” — Arthur Schopenhauer Quotable Quotes from ChatGPT “As an AI language model, I don't have personal opinions but I can provide you with an overview of some of the most commonly discussed themes on The Leadership Podcast, based on the content available on their website and podcast. Here are five possible themes: Leadership … , personal development, team dynamics, innovation and disruption, business and industry insights.” “As a business strategist and leaders consultant, Jim is able to provide valuable insights on various topics related to business management leadership. Here are some questions to ask during the interview.” “To foster a sense of personal responsibility and a duty to each other, it's important to prioritize empathy, compassion, and kindness. We can start by listening to and understanding the needs and concerns of others, being willing to make personal sacrifices for the greater good, and taking action to support our communities in meaningful ways.” “[Before a difficult conversation], prepare, choose, listen actively, be clear and direct, focus on the issue, offer solutions and options, and follow up..” “[Mistakes when delegating are] not delegating at all, over-delegating, poor communication, micro-managing, lack of follow-up, not providing sufficient resources, and taking credit.” Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Rafti Advisors. LLC Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC ChatGPT Jim Mirochnik Halock Security Labs Skynet Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones, by James Clear Air University, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Alabama Sara Wirth Simon Sinek Toastmasters Margaret Heffernan Lisa McLeod Barry Schwartz Christophe Morin SalesBrain Microsoft
Emotional Expedition: A Journey of Healing with Meghan Thomas
Boredom is the uncomfortable state of wanting to engage in a satisfying activity, but being unable to do it. Sometimes its good, and sometimes its bad. How we feel about boredom is dependent on the situation. It can wind us up and leave us feeling irritable, frustrated, restless OR it can make us feel totally lethargic. Most of us think of boredom as a negative feeling, but this isnt always the case. There is a good side to boredom and I think it's really important that we understand it. A recent study showed that simple, boring tasks or mundane activities can allow our minds to wander, daydream, and create. The lack of stimulation that defines “being bored” gives our imagination room to play and grow. Sherry Turkle said, “boredom is your imagination calling to you.” Just last year when I was taken off of all social media when my accounts were hacked and I was offline for about 3 months in which time I spent more time meditating and leaning into being bored, that is when I was inspired to start a podcast, an idea I had never had before. So yes, I am a huge proponent of boredom and the magic that can come out of it. In many ways, boredom is a modern luxury. Danckert says, the word "boring" as it's used now didn't even enter common parlance until the industrial revolution gave us time to spare. "Early on in human history, when our ancestors had to spend most of their days securing food and shelter, boredom wasn't an option," he says. James Clear: Author of Atomic Habits: said, “The greatest threat to success is not failure, but boredom. We get bored with habits because they stop delighting us. The outcome becomes expected. And as our habits become ordinary, we start derailing our progress to seek novelty. Perhaps this is why we get caught up in a never-ending cycle, jumping from one workout to the next, one diet to the next, one business idea to the next. As soon as we experience the slightest dip in motivation, we begin seeking a new strategy—even if the old one was still working. As Machiavelli noted, “Men desire novelty to such an extent that those who are doing well wish for a change as much as those who are doing badly.” So this is what I am taking to now understand about boredom: It can be bad for you, it can lead you to making mistakes at work, it can have a decreased effect on your health, it can even cause you to gamble, drink, eat or whatever your vice is more just to avoid feeling it. But it can also be good for you. Boredom can lead to increased creativity, imagination and daydreaming. Above all else we need to get better at being comfortable with being bored and teaching our kids to be more comfortable with being bored. Resources: Atlas of the Heart Book Club: https://www.meghanthomas.com/atlas-of-the-heart Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown: https://amzn.to/3SiT14U Atomic Habits by James Clear: https://amzn.to/3Z3PQk4 To All the Magic in Me by Pavita Singh: https://amzn.to/3XNL8pj On Purpose Podcast with Jay Shetty: https://open.spotify.com/show/5EqqB52m2bsr4k1Ii7sStc?si=3fb2ce156d204571 Hidden Brain Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/20Gf4IAauFrfj7RBkjcWxh?si=3fd12e34b4374f20 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
And we're back with you for another edition of #AskCVV! Chris Van Vliet answers questions that were submitted on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube from Insight listeners just like you. This is a monthly tradition so if you have a question that you'd like answered in the next edition, just send it with the hashtag #AskCVV. Here is a look at the questions from this month: What's your thoughts on Jake Paul vs. Tommy? Who do you think you will interview next? Big fan of your content How can one stand out in an oversaturated industry like online journalism? What is one of the best matches that doesn't get enough recognition? Do you think gimmick matches like HIAC or MITB need their own PLE or should they be included in another show? I met Drew McIntyre last week and froze. Have you ever had a situation where you've completely frozen and needed to quickly compose yourself? Are you excited to be a dad? I got 3 questions for you, you! 1) Have you and your wife picked out a name for your daughter? 2) What are your predictions for Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 39 3) Would you ever consider interviewing fans on the podcast? Thanks for the book suggestions in the last Ask CVV - I've already read The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F and Atomic Habits. What should I read next? For more information about Chris and INSIGHT go to: https://chrisvanvliet.com If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Live By Design Podcast | Release Overwhelm, Get Unstuck, & Take Action | Via Goals, Habits, Gratitude, & Joy
What habits are you establishing in 2023?
Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! This was my guest appearance conversation with Dr. Bethany Fishbein, OD, CEO of Power Practice and host of the Power Hour Optometry podcast. On Bethany's show, we dove a little deeper into some concepts and ideas that she shared in an episode of Power Hour towards the end of 2022, which was all around using the numbers of your practice to evaluate the success of your practice and planning for the next year. We continue that dialogue, but we put it through the filter of changing habits in the way that James Clear talks about in his book Atomic Habits. As always, this was a really enjoyable conversation with Bethany and we cover a lot of different angles—both personally and professionally—as it relates to your finances. As a reminder, you can get all the information discussed in today's conversation by visiting our website at integratedpwm.com and clicking on the Learning Center. While there, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and you can also set up a Triage conversation to learn a little bit more about how we serve in the capacity of a personal and professional CFO: helping OD practice owners around the country reduce their tax bill, proactively manage cash flow, and make prudent investment decisions both in and out of their practice to help them live their best life on purpose. You can also check out any number of additional free resources like our eBooks, blog posts, and on-demand webinars. Lastly, if you're interested in learning more about the upcoming launch of the 20/20 Money Membership, please check out the link in the Resources to learn more about what we have in store for you! And with that introduction, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Dr. Bethany Fishbein on The Power Hour podcast. Resources: 20/20 Money Community Information Atomic Habits ————————————————————————————— Please rate and subscribe to 20/20 Money on these platforms Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Stitcher ————————————————————————————— For past episodes of 20/20 Money with full companion show notes, please check out our episode archive here!
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Habits Can Make or Break You. Not just you. Your business, your life, your relationships. One of the most powerful books a small business owner can read (or listen to) is Atomic Habits by James Clear. The concept of using small, 5 min habits to change your life is something that all of us can do. Grab ATOMIC HABITS by James Clear - https://amzn.to/3kpXs1m _____________________
James Clear is a writer and speaker, known for his bestselling book Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones. Atomic Habits spent every week of 2021 on the New York Times best-seller list, usually in either the No.1 or No.2 spot and it has been translated into more than 50 languages. In this episode, James shares his insights on achieving your goals, building new habits and how to stay on track. They discuss the importance of finding the balance between contentment and struggle that allows you to perform at your highest level. James has learnt the best techniques to manage his time and keep himself focused. He shares why it's important to not cling too tightly to your identity, “it takes courage to walk back down the mountain”.- - - - - - - - -Last tickets remaining for our live theatre tour! Link: https://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/live2023.Books Out Now:The High Performance Daily Journal - 365 Ways To Become Your Best! smarturl.it/HPJournalHigh Performance: Lessons From the Best on Becoming Your Best https://amzn.to/3WcJnBs Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Elephant: Hidden Truths in the Science of Health
Larry and Angie recently had a group of folks come, via zoom and in-person, for a book discussion. The book, Atomic Habits by James Clear is full of great ideas and wisdom for establishing habits that make our lives easier, more effective and ensure we are headed for the future we want to live in!
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Join hosts Juanita, Kim, and Tisha as they break down February's book Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear.Join our Honestly Unmeditated Support Circle membership site or learn more about it on our website.Visit our sponsor, BubblesandBooks.com subscription service to receive a new book each month along with a selection of handmade bath and body items. Enter UNMEDITATED35 at checkout for 35% off your first box!Please leave a review of the podcast where you can! Learn more about us at www.SlightlyUnmeditated.com or reach out to us on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeCheck us and some other great spirituality podcasts on FeedSpot's 100 Best Spiritual Podcasts You Must Follow list. Support the show
You're listening to episode 147 of The Best of LKN podcast, and in this one, I'm joined by Paul Manley, the owner of The Waterman Fish Bar in Cornelius. Followers of this platform may recall an article I wrote about The Waterman for our blog last year. That article received a lot of attention and receives thousands of views each month. I produced the article in partnership with Sodoma Law North in Cornelius - special thanks to Sarah Bennett, the managing attorney at Sodoma Law North for recommending I check out The Waterman. I have to say, the experience at the Waterman was excellent and I've visited the place several times more since then. Paul shares the story with me about the inspiration behind The Waterman, along with some sage advice for building a successful restaurant brand. The Waterman Fish Bar (Lake Norman)High Tide HospitalitySpecial thanks to Alex Flores @ High Tide HospitalityThe Best of LKN article: Our Review of The WatermanRecommended reading:Atomic Habits by James ClearSetting the Table by Danny MeyerLeadership and the One-Minute Manager by Ken BlanchardThe E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber(LKN producers recommendation)Sign up for The Best of LKN Email Newsletter HERE!Partner with The Best of LKN and Grow Your Business! Click HERE to learn more!Special thanks to our sponsors!Support the show
Full Cup Club Podcast - Getting Back Up After Getting Knocked Down With Grief
Christina and Meghan share their thoughts on Daring Greatly by Dr. Brené Brown in this Full Book Cup Club episode. The short version: read or listen to this book, stat! The long version: listen to the episode :)Dr. Brené Brown's TED talks:The Power of VulnerabilityListening to ShameFull Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Our next Full Book Cup Club book pick is *drumroll please* Atomic Habits by James Clear. Join us! Grab yours now or check it out from the library.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on our website, Facebook, and Instagram too!
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know how forming good habits is key to having a more fulfilled life. Today let's pour of cup and coffee and talk about how identity-based habits can be so much more effective in helping us move toward who we choose to be. A shout out goes to James Clear and his book “Atomic Habits.”
The Expecting and Empowered Podcast
One thing that we are really passionate about here at Expecting and Empowered are daily habits. We just finished our first accountability challenge of 2023 and we got so much positive feedback from our community that we had to make this idea of healthy, sustainable habits into a podcast episode.Krystle and I both love the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. If you haven't read it, he gives so much scientific evidence on the power of forming habits. We know that when you go to make a lifestyle change it can be intimidating and overwhelming. We want to help you understand how you can implement some new habits into your life and actually make them stick.We give you tons of ideas to think about when it comes to building healthy habits. We approach habit building in a gentle fashion so that if you do miss a workout, or an entire week worth of workouts, you know that not all your progress has been lost. And hopefully some of these habits will make it a little easier to jump back in!Be sure to tag us on Instagram @expectingandempowered in your workouts or share this episode so we can see you living your best healthy habit life!Links & ResourcesExpecting and Empowered YouTube ChannelExpecting and Empowered AppExpecting and Empowered WebsiteExpecting and Empowered Instagram
In the third and final part of our Atomic Habits series, we are discussing the third and fourth laws for creating and maintaining new habits. How we can ensure these habits will stick as well as ways to ensure success and consistency! If you'd like a special copy of some habit trackers created by one of our avid listeners, Bri, just DM or email us! Like, share, subscribe, rate and review!! We love you all so much! Subscribe Here https://anchor.fm/rewritingherstory/subscribe Follow us on Instagram @rewritingherstorypodcast @theespookytherapist @bea_xo11 Email Us firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the services we offer! https://m.facebook.com/Beathechangenow/ www.iamredefiningme.com
Living in a human body comes with its unique set of limitations. We have the capacity to soar to great heights, but also sink to some serious lows. Sometimes it takes all the energy we have just to get out of bed, shower or feed ourselves. So how do you make yourself feel better when it feels like you can't do anything? Today's episode offers some low-effort interventions that can help. If you dig this podcast please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps a bunch. For weekly stories visit Trends w/ Benefits and sign up for our newsletter. Stalk us on Instagram. Reach out and send voice memos to email@example.com.
Today's episode is inspired by the book, Atomic Habits, by James Clear, and the different layers of change. We are going to talk about identity as one of those layers of change and how what you believe about yourself and what you tell yourself drives your behaviors. Enjoy the show and let me know what you think! 4gVoBAeP4atJgPE0ibOd 4gVoBAeP4atJgPE0ibOd 4gVoBAeP4atJgPE0ibOd 4gVoBAeP4atJgPE0ibOd _____________________ For more listening options and several FREE resources provided by New Work Revolution, please visit GrowthandFreedom.media. 4gVoBAeP4atJgPE0ibOd
This week's guest is Maria Alsadek, a Palestinian-Puerto Rican model, content creator, and returning guest! I switched things up for this episode and asked Maria some hard hitting questions about life, friendship, and self improvement. Enjoy psychos! For exclusive solo episodes of AAP, join the Patreon and become a rat https://www.patreon.com/arabamericanpsycho @mariaalia https://www.instagram.com/mariaalia @noore https://www.instagram.com/noore @arabamericanpsycho https://www.instagram.com/arabamericanpsycho Please rate and review on iTunes and Spotify. Okay love you, bye!
This year, I've gone the longest I've ever gone without giving up on a new habit or life change. This is the 49th day of the year, and I'm still going strong! A major part of this has to do with the morning routine I implemented this year. Previously, I would constantly feel unaccomplished and unproductive, because there were so many things I wanted to do, but never did. I would know I wanted to, but for some reason never made time to do them. This caused me to constantly beat myself up all day. After developing this morning routine, I feel so accomplished and fulfilled before 7:30AM each day! It has changed my life (you can ask my wife). In this episode I simply share my morning routine (to give you an example), and also share a secret tip that I learned from the book "Atomic Habits" by James Clear that has kept me going, even on days where I missed it. Enjoy! - Michael C Ogbonna, PharmD If you enjoy, please subscribe to the podcast and share this episode! Thank you :) Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/intermittent-fasting-vs-spiritual-biblical-fasting/id1504410254?i=1000598018039 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4305LHLydUN0gyCimsRQJI?si=UV_G1MzjSKih2-g6F7JcIQ Like/Share/Subscribe Instagram: @adayinthedayofoggy Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC718_retxqY_G3Ja8qInZdwTwitter: https://twitter.com/ADITLOGGYEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org To bless the show: https://anchor.fm/adayinthelifeofoggy/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adayinthelifeofoggy/support
The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!James Clear is a writer and speaker focused on habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. Clear is a regular speaker at Fortune 500 companies and his work has been featured in places like Time magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and on CBS This Morning. His popular "3-2-1" email newsletter is sent out each week to more than 2 million subscribers.In this episode you will learn,The 3 habits you should be doing on a daily basis. How your social environment influences your habits.The questions to ask yourself when deciding how to best use your time.And much more!For more, go to lewishowes.com/1395Check out James' prior episode here!https://link.chtbl.com/1372-pod
➢ Apply for coaching on our website- www.colossusfitness.comIn this episode we go over 7 keystone habits that can translate over into your live positively and create a chain reaction of other habits.Listed points:A keystone habit is a habit that has the power to initiate a chain reaction of other habits and positive changes in one's life.We wanted to go deeper than the classic exercise, eat healthy & better sleep, so don't forget about how impactful these 3 things are.Some negative examples:Smoking- Increased risk of lung cancer, heart disease, tooth and gum disease, and other serious health problems.Procrastination- Can cause stress, reduce productivity and lead to subpar results.(2:05) 1- Waking up early and on time- Increased productivity & time managementOpportunity for quiet and solitudeBetter overall mood: Studies show that people who wake up early are typically more optimistic and energetic throughout the day.Better physical health: Waking up early can regulate your circadian rhythm, improve your sleep quality, and boost your energy levels.(5:25) 2- Morning Movement - Will help you make better eating decisions through the day. Mood increased, so much more.(6:30) 3- Meal Planning/Prepping: Can lead to better food choices, increased savings, and actually save more time.(8:25) 4- Reading: Can improve cognitive function and expand your knowledge and understanding of the world, make better decisions based on the learning and so much more.(10:50) 5- Having a coach- Can help you save time, energy and even money long term.Wander around the gym less, actually stick to something, can go on for days with the benefits here.(13:30) 6- Meditation/Gratitude: Regular meditation can improve mental health, reduce stress, leave you feeling better and refreshed for everything.(15:47) 7- Journaling: Can lead to increased self-awareness, reduced stress, improved problem-solving skills, clarity on goals & more.Thanks for listening! We genuinely appreciate every single one of you listening.➢Follow us on instagram @colossusfit➢Apply to get your Polished Physique: https://colossusfitness.com/Support the show
In Atomic Habits Part 2 we are discussing Laws 1 and 2 for behavior change and building healthy habits. In this episode we break down how he teaches to build the habits and routines you want to build for yourself. We break down what a “cue” and a “craving” is related to healthy/effective habits. You're not gonna wanna miss this “meat and potatoes” episode! Like, share, subscribe, rate and review!! We love you all so much! Subscribe Here https://anchor.fm/rewritingherstory/subscribe Follow us on Instagram @rewritingherstorypodcast @theespookytherapist @bea_xo11 Email Us email@example.com Check out the services we offer! https://m.facebook.com/Beathechangenow/ www.iamredefiningme.com
The Fatherhood Experience: Fitness, Family, Finance & Freedom
Do you believe men must always be strong and perfect and keep everything inside? Scott Rammage is our special guest for today's podcast! His values around leadership and fatherhood align very closely with those of the Fatherhood Experience! He is a business owner and podcast host who also has multiple other things going on right now. His current passion project is his podcast and helping men get better. He joins Jason and Zach today to dive into how masculinity is under attack and what he is doing to bring men together, help them get fitter, healthier, and stronger, improve their finances, and become better husbands and fathers. You will definitely not want to miss today's conversation if you're a man looking to improve in every area of your life, become the best possible version of yourself, and lead by example! Stay tuned for more! Show highlights: How Scott's in-person events have helped him realize his vision of bringing men together.Why do men need community?What men are getting programmed to believe about themselves.How has a broken mentality led many men in our country to a mental health crisis?How men are designed to be leaders and protectors.Women find it sexy when men are strong, protective, and resolute about their decisions!Why do men have a moral and ethical obligation to lead by example?The truth behind giving and taking offense, being accountable, and taking full responsibility for your life.Why values are foundational to living a successful life.Why one bad moment does not have to define your entire day.Scott tells a story about buffalo to illustrate the power of leadership.What masculinity is, and why men must strive to be as masculine as possible.Links and resourcesConnect with Scott Rammage:The Brotherhood of Fatherhood Podcast On Facebook and InstagramBooks mentioned:Atomic Habits by James ClearDon't forget to follow us on IG @thefatherhoodexperience! Links and resources: Links and resources Stay accountable by joining our FREE Facebook Group - Discussions with Dads: https://join.discussionswithdadsgroup.com/ Stay Connected with Jason, Zach & The Fatherhood Experience Website: www.thefatherhoodexperience.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefatherhoodexperience Instagram: @thefatherhoodexperience Follow us on Twitter! (@TheFatherhoodEx) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonapriest/ Take on the LP60 challenge! Go to www.thefatherhoodexperience.com/lp60 to get your free guide. Submit your questions for the Q & S segment to firstname.lastname@example.org Are you looking for somewhere to start your journey of health and fitness? We have a brand new program that will help you lose weight for just $10/month. Contact Jason at email@example.com.