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Sometimes, our relationships can hold us back from making crucial changes in our lives. We don't want to outgrow them, so we end up sabotaging ourselves: whether it be through food, drugs, alcohol, reckless behavior, and the like. My name is Dr. Debi Silber, and welcome to another exciting episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi. Today, I'll be discussing how you can stay connected with people who make you feel safe and comfortable while achieving personal growth and development. In This Episode Find out how sabotaging yourself begins Recognize self-sabotage and how it manifests Learn how to make changes that help you move forward Transcription Hi there, Dr. Debi here. Welcome to another Dose of Dr Debi. Today I want to talk about sabotage and I want to talk about a specific way we sabotage ourselves. This is something I see all the time. I see our members within The PBT Institute do it. I see friends do it. I see family members do it and I've done it myself. And I want to bring it up because if you know what you're doing here, you can you can make some changes that'll really help move you forward instead of keeping you stuck-it's all about moving forward instead of keeping you stuck. So, I did two TEDx talks. The first one was about sabotage: Stop Sabotaging Yourself, and I remember seeing this so often with a lot of clients back then, and it really got me thinking about how we sabotage ourselves to prevent outgrowing a certain relationship, whether it's with a partner, with friends, with relatives with whatever. It happens so often so I want to talk about it to see if you're doing this because if you are, I want you to know about it so then you can make some changes. What happens is, there comes a time where what used to work doesn't work anymore. What used to fit doesn't fit anymore. What used to make sense doesn't make sense anymore. It's like that little tap on the shoulder we get. It's like, “Hey, time to make some changes.” And here's where we use things like food, drugs, alcohol, work, tv, keeping busy, reckless behavior to numb, avoid and distract ourselves from that voice, from that noise. Why? We don't like change. We have it all figured out. And if all of a sudden we address that we fear, well that's going to, invite all of these questions, all these questions will invite all this change all this change will shake up everything that I've figured out already. So, we'd rather not. Instead, what we do is, we use those things to numb avoid distract yourself. It's really funny, it's almost like (now I'm totally dating myself), but remember when you were a little kid if you're 50 and above, I guess, I don't even know maybe young people still do this, who knows. But, when I was little, if someone said something I didn't want to hear, you know, you stick your fingers in your ear and you're like; “La, la, la, I don't hear you. Well, when we use food, drugs, alcohol, work tv keeping busy, reckless behavior, that's the adult version of that same game. But, you can't very likely go into your boss's office and he or she is asking you to do something you stick your fingers in your ear, and say; “La, la, la I don't hear you.” It really may not be the most mature thing, if you do that with your friends or your partner. So what we do is, we sort of stuff it, and we just handle it. But then there comes a time where the voice gets louder and louder. So the stakes get bigger and bigger. So if it used to take one glass of wine, now it's taking two. If it used to take a few cookies, you're eating a whole sleeve of cookies. If it used to take one show, now you're binge watching the whole series, One shopping spree, now it's double the price, whatever it is for you. And the stakes, the stakes get bigger and bigger and bigger until and unless you do something about it. Then there's that moment where you realize, “Okay, it's time to grow, it's time to change.” What does that look like, what does that feel like? Now you're on this path, and you're exploring and you're doing new things. It's like a kid in a candy store, If you remember the first time you ventured into the personal development world or the world of spirituality or something that- it was just so new and interesting for you. You just took to it and you just kept going and going and growing and growing. But what happens is, the people around you may not. And then you're in sort of a little bit of an odd predicament here because they haven't changed. It's not them, it's you. You're changing, we can even see this, we even see this with changes in your eating habits here you were you had your food buddy, and you and your food buddy we're having nachos and margaritas and all of a sudden you're on this healthy eating plan. Well, two things going on with your food buddy now. They're worried, they're afraid. First of all, now they have to look at what they may or may not be doing right or may or may not be willing to do. And there's this little fear of abandonment- if you're off in this new direction where does that leave them? So there is a lot going on, but what happens is were off in this new direction and it feels good. So for those of you who are watching we're going to explain what I'm doing with my hands. Those of you who have seen lots of my talks you've seen this over and over. So here we are, and then all of a sudden we rise (and I'm raising my hand) , both hands were level, and now I'm raising one hand so we are improving physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically spiritually, but the other person is right here, and we don't want to outgrow them. We fear; “Oh, where are my people, where are my friends, where are my partners, were my coworkers? So do you know what we do? We sabotage ourselves, (and what I did was I brought my hand right down.) And so we sabotage ourselves but you know what, we like it up here (and I raised my hand up again.) This feels good. This feels like where we want to be, but all of our people haven't changed, it's us, so we keep sabotaging ourselves so that we don't outgrow them. But you know what happens as we go? (and I'm moving my arm up again my hand up again.) Now we're like, Well why don't they do this? (I'm raising my other hand.) Well, because that's not what they're ready for just as before you are ready you weren't ready for it. So inevitably, what happens is we do this, (I'm raising up that arm,) and the other people is here. And then we sort of get this weird dynamic where we're like; “Oh, I don't seem to resonate with you anymore” and they're looking at you like; “What the heck happened to you?” So, what we really need to do and the way that it prevents this sabotage, (because we don't want to be alone here), we don't want to outgrow our tribe, our group, our community, whoever we've felt so comfortable and safe with. So, instead of sabotaging ourselves so that we don't outgrow them what I have found in my 30 plus years of coaching is one of the simplest ways to manage this. You continue to do the work, don't let anything stop you, but here's what you need to do, so that you don't fear outgrowing these people. Your goal, as well as doing the work is you need to find people at this new like-minded level you're seeking. So whether that's in certain groups, certain mastermind groups, people who read the same books, that have the same hobbies, have the same interest, whatever it is, it doesn't even make a difference. The idea is, if you seek out those people as you're doing that work, and then you meet up with these new people, you don't fear the; “I don't have anybody, I feel, only a loss.” What then happens is you continue to do the work, you now are part of a group, and a community, and like-minded people that get you, that understand this unique language you speak. For example, I have an online business, and that is a completely different language for a lot of other people. So having like-minded people who understand that it's a different it's a different conversation. But what happens is when you take care of that up here, you don't fear the growth. You also take the pressure off the people here, so you can love and appreciate them for who they are and where they are. You can love when you see them and connect the way you did before. If that still resonates if not that's, that's okay too. But because you're not alone in the stratosphere here with your new ideas and new thoughts and your new everything, it's not as scary and it takes the pressure off of who you feared, leaving behind here. For example let's take that food buddy, so here you are here was your food, buddy. You were meeting every week and, and, doing your thing, and now all of a sudden you're exploring healthy eating and this and that and you are loving it, you're learning about all these new things and meeting up with all these new people who share the same ideas about food and community. You join all these groups about healthy eating this and that, and you love it. Well you know what? Now that you have this group and it's satisfying that need, when you see this person who still was your previous food buddy, of course you want them to join you, but you don't feel the pressure that I have to sabotage myself in order to stay connected with this person. You can love and appreciate them for who they are and where they are. Now that's not to say if at some point along their journey when they're ready, when they're willing when they're able, they won't do the same thing, but that's completely on their terms. I just found that we do sabotage ourselves so often, because we worry oh I'm going to make all these changes and what happens to that connection. Well, when we take care to make new connections, we're not just sort of headed off in this new direction without a clue of where we're headed, and at the same time, it takes pressure off of the connections that we had. Now it's a bit different when we're talking about a romantic relationship because that's a whole different story and maybe I'll do a whole other topic on what happens when you are doing the work, to heal or just to grow physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically, spiritually and that person is stuck right here that's step one. That's step one. And it depends on what the need is here, is it just that you love and appreciate this person for where they are but they don't have similar interests, so you find people here, where you can? Let's say, explore new interests, that don't damage the relationship or whatever it is? That's a whole very different experience, but something that we can take on for another day. What I wanted to be sure I shared was it when you have that group, when you seek out these people, these like-minded soul warriors- whatever you want to call them, you don't fear the growth as much, because you have your people, it takes pressure off of the old group, and you don't feel so alone. So I hope that I hope that helps. Out of the two TEDx talks I did, this would be more aligned with that first one what we just talked about Stop Sabotaging Yourself so if it serves, definitely watch that watch that TEDx talk. If you haven't taken the healed or hardened quiz, you're going to want to do that because we will show you which force of nature you are, you'll know exactly out of the five Stages from betrayal to breakthrough which also resonate to just an old set of lingering beliefs that no longer serves other types of traumas, it really works for a lot of them. Take the quiz and you're going to see where you land. And of course, share the podcast with anybody who would benefit from this information so healed or harden quiz, go take the quiz and stop sabotaging yourself. I'll see you next time. Bye. Resources Mentioned PBT Podcasts Healed or Hardened Quiz TEDx talks Stop Sabotaging Yourself Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz PBT Institute Membership Community Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence and Happiness Trust Again Free Gift healedorhardenedquiz.com
In this episode, we explore what codependency looks like, where it stems from, and how to heal it. We together come to the realization that knowing you have codependent tendencies isn't a death sentence, but rather a MORE life sentence. We can't heal what we don't know, so understanding ourselves is the first and most important step on any healing journey. Towards the end of this episode there is also a short meditation to call back our power and balance our sacral chakra! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatbitchispositive/support
A parent writes that her 4-year-old daughter begins each morning by screaming and wailing, and the routine has worn this mom down. “It gets right under my skin,” she admits, “and makes me want to run away.” While she does acknowledge her daughter's emotions in these moments, tries to understand and be patient, she has to get ready for work and sometimes ends up yelling or crying herself. This mom wants to know: “Just how long should I spend offering comfort before I make good on my plan to take care of my needs?” Thanks to Mack Weldon for sponsoring this episode. Check out their "Daily Wear System" and get 20% off your first order by going to www.MackWeldon.com/respect and using the promo code RESPECT. For more advice on common parenting issues, please check out Janet's best-selling books on Audible, FREE with a 30-day trial membership if you use this link: adbl.co/2OBVztZ. Paperbacks and e-books are also available at Amazon, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, or pretty much anywhere e-books are sold. Janet's exclusive audio series "Sessions" is available for download. This is a collection of recorded one-on-one consultations with parents discussing their most immediate and pressing concerns (www.SessionsAudio.com)
Do you ever feel like you're being disloyal to your family for having your own life? Or do you feel like you're second fiddle to your partner's parents? If so, you or your partner might come from an enmeshed family: a system of relating to each other that is based on dependency, guilt, obligation and too much closeness (yes, that can be a thing!). In today's episode, I'm bringing back one of your favorite guests, Dr. Ken Adams, to talk about the important topic of enmeshment – and let me tell you, he is SUCH a wealth of knowledge! When I knew we were bringing Dr. Adams back, I asked The Adult Chair® community what you wanted to know about enmeshment and I was flooded with questions! So, I used this time with Dr. Adams to ask him YOUR questions – everything from the difference between codependency and enmeshment to what to do if your spouse is enmeshed with his or her family to how to let go as an enmeshed parent. I know you guys are so excited to have Dr. Adams back and to get your questions answered, and I am too! Listen to discover: The line between being caring and enmeshment The difference between codependency and enmeshment What to do if you come from an enmeshed family or your spouse's family is enmeshed How to manage guilt when stepping out of an enmeshed system What a healthy family looks like How different cultural norms can foster enmeshment Tips for enmeshed parents who want to change their pattern of relating to their children or who are struggling with letting go The key to recognizing enmeshment is to understand that it's a connection bound by guilt. It goes beyond being caring and even beyond being codependent to the point of obligation, anger and being accused of disloyalty if you don't follow the family system. These feelings of guilt can make it difficult to set boundaries, but if you stay in your Adult, sit with your emotions and hold those boundaries, freedom – and possibly a much healthier family overall – is waiting for you on the other side. “In those enmeshed systems, dependency is built on obligation and loyalty is driven by guilt.” - Dr. Ken Adams “Autonomy and separateness feel like disloyalty.” - Dr. Ken Adams “Sometimes outsiders are viewed suspiciously, which includes your spouse.” - Dr. Ken Adams “Both partners are responsible for keeping out intrusions”. - Dr. Ken Adams “Sometimes the guilt is a representation that you're doing the right thing.” - Dr. Ken Adams “You don't let the guilt stop you from continuing the boundaries in that relationship.” - Michelle Chalfant “It's really building up self-worth around who am I now…who am I really underneath these masks that my parents put on me.” - Michelle Chalfant LINKS & RESOURCES Dr. Ken Adams Website https://www.overcomingenmeshment.com/ Episode #256: Understanding Enmeshment with Dr. Ken Adams https://theadultchair.com/podcasts/256/ Episode #276: Raising Teens from The Adult Chair® with Dr. Pam Staples https://theadultchair.com/podcasts/276/ 30-Day Journaling Challenge - Sign Up Now (starts November 1) https://theadultchair.com/30days/ P&G Hair Food https://hairfood.com/ Or find at Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon, Target or Walmart MORE ADULT CHAIR The Adult Chair® Website https://theadultchair.com The Adult Chair® Membership https://theadultchair.com/membership/ The Adult Chair® Workshop https://theadultchair.com/events/ The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification https://theadultchair.com/certification TAC Circles® https://theadultchair.com/taccircles/ STAY CONNECTED Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michelle.chalfant Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichelleChalfantFanPage/ The Adult Chair® Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theadultchair/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Michellechalfant
This podcast is brought to you by Virtual Not Distant in London (virtualnotdistant.com) where we help managers and teams transition to an office-optional approach. Today Pilar and Maya explore 2 recent research publications which both touch on boundaries in remote work in a range of ways, (just like Maya's recent book ‘Finding Your Edge: Establishing And Maintaining Boundaries When You Work From Home'): How to create psychological safety in virtual teams and The effects of remote work on collaboration among information workers
Chelsea is back with a mini-sode on boundaries, including why they're important and NOT bitchy, different kinds of boundaries, examples of boundaries, and ways she used to NOT set these that really hurt her. Want to learn how to set stronger boundaries, and PRACTICE speaking them, writing them out, or texting them? Then join us inside Unfollow the Rules! Day 2 is ALL about boundaries and making them work for you. It's going down October 19 - 21st, 7-8pm EST each day, and all calls will be recorded if you can't make it. Be sure to join here: https://chelseariffe.thrivecart.com/unfollow-the-rules/ Connect with Chelsea:
Boundaries are one of those values that need to consistently be revisited in our lives as roles, situations, and environments are ever-changing. In this episode, I chat with Kristin Winchester, a clinical therapist and boundaries expert about what boundaries look like and how to redefine them to suit who you are in every season you're in. Kristin and I both give our stories about setting boundaries in relationships and in serving others professionally. Topics discussed:Life changes and boundary flexibilityRecognizing when you're doing the mostHonoring the boundaries of othersChanging the trajectory of generational boundary issuesConnect with Kristin!Kristin Winchester, LPC IGHer Therapy Space IG Connect with Amanda!Audacious Black Girl IG Watch on YouTube! Audacious Black Girl YouTubeHave a question about black girl healing, mindset, empowerment or anything you just want some advice on? Email me HERE to have your question read (anonymously) during my new Q&A section. Join the Audacious Black Girl Tribe to receive my monthly newsletter with self-care support, motivation, podcast updates, and more love just for the community. After signing up you'll receive my FREE How to be an Audacious Black Girl guide with journal prompts! Click here to sign up: I'm Down to Join the Tribe!
In this episode of Life Lessons, Gin and Sheri welcome back Mary Joye for a conversation about setting boundaries in your life. Do you find yourself saying yes when you want to say no? Do you feel like you don't have time for yourself and your needs because you are giving all of your time and energy to others? Do you feel anxious and sick when you have to decline an engagement or request? You don't have to go through life like this. You can learn to say no in a way that supports your needs without ever feeling bad about it, and you'll feel more empowered and stronger than ever when you do. Join us to learn more. Resources used for today's podcast can be found here: Codependent Discovery and Recovery 2.0 https://amzn.to/3Bq7eUW Connect with Mary: www.winterhavencounseling.com Daily Om: https://www.dailyom.com/cgi-bin/courses/courseoverview.cgi?cid=868 Today's podcast was made possible through our affiliation with the following companies. When you shop with us, you help us bring you further Life Lessons. https://www.beautycounter.com/ginstephens Lifepro Fitness: https://lifeprofitness.com/?ref=3UXA8S9cBj5zm You can also visit https://www.lifelessonscommunity.com/shop-with-us.html and shop with us at any time. Or you can make a donation directly through paypal.com using our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have a good news story, a listener-led lesson, or special quote to share? Email us at email@example.com and listen each week to see if we share your submission. Join our Facebook community! Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LifeLessonsWithGinAndSheri and become a member today. You'll be glad you did. Thank you for listening!
Amy explains the importance of having boundaries on your social media pages and what those can realistically look like. She shares with you a real life example of her own boundaries and how she decides them, courtesy of JOSHUA! You may want to grab a notebook.
God is love. Period. He is the very definition of love. Whatever his boundaries look like are what our boundaries should look like. Have you ever thought about what God's boundaries might look like? It is definitely something we need to think about, because it is the very foundation and beginning point of creating our own healthy boundaries so we can have healthy, loving relationships. Let's take a look at this together and see what the Bible tells us about Almighty God's personal boundaries. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spiritarising/message
Today's guest is Dannielle from First Gen Money. We discuss the importance of setting boundaries with relatives, how minorities are left out of financial conversations, and healthy ways to prevent yourself from comparing yourself to others. Follow Dannielle on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstgenmoney/ Follow the Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/financialflexpodcast/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/financial-flex-with-lex/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/financial-flex-with-lex/support
Do you ever find yourself upset because someone else is upset? It's easy to take on someone else's emotions. Today we're looking at how to set boundaries so you don't spiral down the negative plughole of someone else's big emotions. Plus how negative emotions can help you discover what you do want. Road Map to Healthy You Workshop Wednesday at 9.30 am Eastern Time. Find out more here: https://www.drorlena.com/workshop Book a Call with Dr Orlena https://bookme.name/drorlena/healthy-you-healthy-family-scholarship-program
*BIG NEWS* // Kids' Mental Health Skills, DELIVERED //JOIN THE WAITLIST: Mightyandbright.com/mentalhealthWendy Dickens is here to talk trauma, adversity, shame, and hope. She's worked with thousands of families in Shasta County, CA on the child welfare front and sees firsthand how generational cycles affect children today.Not only does she teach about Adverse Childhood Experiences, but encourages understanding rather than judgment for families that struggle. They still care about their kids!She identifies the factors that BUILD adversity in children and the one thing they need to thrive. Together we challenge the "ideal" of rugged individualism and instead aspire toward a supportive community.Send this episode to a teacher or professional that works with kids - they'll benefit from her perspective and insight into creating trauma-informed approaches!//MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE//What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing by Bruce D. Perry and Oprah WinfreyThe Deepest Well - by Nadine Burke Harris HOPE RISING: How the Science of Hope Can Change Your Life by Casey Gwinn and Dr. Chan Hellman// CONNECT WITH WENDY//www.first5shasta.orghttps://strengtheningfamiliesprogram.org/https://www.helpmegrowshasta.com/Champions for NorCal Kids - InstagramFirst 5 Shasta - InstagramCHAOS TO CALM: FREE Recorded Masterclasswww.parentingwholeheartedly.com/masterclass//SCHEDULE YOUR SANITY + SOLUTIONS CALL//FREE No-obligation next step for more info-https://wholeheartedly.as.me/callI believe in you & I'm cheering you on.Come say hi! I'm @parent_wholeheartedly on Insta.Join Danielle's Parenting Wholeheartedly community on Facebook.Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Write a Review & Share with a friend!Support the show (https://www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/community)
Do you know what to look for when a student is self-harming? On episode 28, we talk about the signs of self-harm and why teenagers choose it over other ways to deal with their emotions (00:18). Listen for action steps you can take to help. Then don't miss the conversation about the latest TikTok trend that impacted school campuses all over the country, “Devious Licks” (12:56). Tell us about your own experience with TikTok trends in the comments! Also, make sure you get a copy of The Ultimate Adult Guide to TikTok (20:20). . . In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: - Crisis Text Line: How to Deal with Self Harm - USA Today: Devious licks TikTok challenge encourages students to steal soap dispensers and COVID tests - HITC.com: TIKTOK'S SHOCKING SCHOOL CHALLENGES LIST 2021 REVEALED - The Ultimate Adult Guide to TikTok - Teen Life Podcast Episode 1: Boundaries & TikTok *Please Note: The examples of damage done by the Devious Lick challenge were removed by TikTok administrators. . . Visit our website: www.teenlifepodcast.com Subscribe to get the episodes in your inbox: www.teenlife.ngo/subscribe Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter . . Podcast Music by: Luke Cabrera Hosted by: Chris Robey & Karlie Duke Produced by: Karlie Duke & Kelly Fann --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teenlifepodcast/support
Dr. Harley Rotbart, a nationally renowned infectious diseases specialist, pediatrician, parenting expert, speaker, and educator discusses his latest book “No Regrets Parenting: Turning Long Days and Short Years into Cherished Moments with Your Kids.” He shares special keys for parents to guide children to live a life of wonder and contentment by conscious parenting and notes that there are just 940 Saturdays before children turn 18. He talks about the importance of boundaries and includes forgiveness, appreciation, and opening to discovery. A man of science, and the son of a Holocaust survivor, he talks about his believe in a higher power and how that belief has guided him to live a life of meaning and purpose. Named to "Best Doctors in America" for eighteen consecutive years, as well as receiving numerous other national and local awards for research, teaching, and clinical work, Dr. Rotbart continues to serve as professor and vice chair emeritus of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado. Info: harleyrotbart.com.
We continue our friendly supportive discussions of Self-Mastery practices with the topic of boundaries. Learning how to recognize and reinforce your boundaries is the key to daily life with less stress and more fulfillment. Check out Mary Hayes Grieco's website here: https://www.forgivenesstraining.com/
When you hear about a brave woman who has set a boundary, do you sometimes think “Well, she can do that, but that would never fly with my family,” or “Gosh, I'd love to be able to say that but in my culture, it would come off as offensive.”So, rather than rock the boat, you pack that boundary-thought away in the hopes that someday, you'll unpack it again after discovering a different way to deliver it. Well, that day is today.Culture plays a huge role in our experience of boundaries - so today we dig a little deeper to understand the origins of your psychology around boundaries.Because boundaries aren't about offending anyone, particularly people you care about.They're simply a means of communicating your needs to others in a way that draws them in.In this episode, Karlee welcomes an expert in the realm of positive psychology and wellbeing, Dr. Senem Eren. Dr. Eren has been a researcher and psychologist for the past 17 years, focusing specifically on supporting and empowering women to exceed in their entrepreneurial goals without sacrificing their health, well-being, or happiness. She's a co-founder and board member of the Center for Muslim Wellbeing in Australia, and an adjunct professor at Ibn Haldun University in Turkey.Today, you'll gain an understanding of when, where, and how the boundaries we create (or don't create) intersect with our respective cultures. You'll learn why it's so important to recognize boundaries within the context of the cultures we're born into, and the micro-cultures we're raised within, in order to comprehend how we view boundary-setting, and our comfort levels when it comes to asking for help. If you're ready to recognize that doin' it all on your own isn't worth the energy and you're ready for a better way, then this episode is for you. What You'll Learn in This Episode:How the boundaries we're born into shape who we become (10:55)Why it's never too late to repair past mistakes (21:01)How individualist versus collectivist cultures shape our boundary styles (24:45)A new way to look at boundaries (32:47)What to expect when you're setting a challenging boundary (39:41)Connect with Dr. Senem Eren:InstagramIbn Haldun UniversityBoundaries for wellbeing | Dr. Senem Eren | TEDxDocklandsPeople Mentioned:Meredith BrissonGeert HofstedeNancy LevinResources Mentioned:Website: Native LandConnect With Karlee: WebsiteLinkedInInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are back with another episode in our new series Break Up with Burnout and I've been getting some amazing feedback from this series and that just tells me that more than a few of you struggle with this a little bit. You struggle with how do you manage it all, how do you have this amazing family life, career, business life that fulfills you and keep your sanity? When I think about avoiding burnout all together I think one of the most important things we can do is to set boundaries. Today I'm sharing three important boundaries to set that can help prevent you from getting to the point of burnout which will then allow you more time and energy to do the things you love. In this episode we talk about: Taking inventory of your consumption of other people's thoughts and opinions Evaluating your commitments Setting boundaries around clutter Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co
In this episode, we are joined by the amazing Jess Critchlow, founder of Light Up Work, as our first ever guest host! Jess joined us back in Season 1, Episode 19 to dive into soft skills, confidence and all of that great stuff. Jess is a Business Coach, Leadership Consultant, and TEDx speaker who's helped hundreds of sweaty-palmed business owners and leaders get out of their own way, practice some radical confidence and build (or double!) their business. Jess launched her side hustle in 2016 while working as a Learning & Development Manager in the tech world… and ooooh boy did she learn the hard way what really works! Her hours DIYing logos, re-writing her website, changing hex codes and blogging to no one were all ways of looking busy without taking the big brave actions. She had to dig in and practice confident action before she felt ready… and it sucked and was amazing all at once! Now Jess takes ALL of what she's learned over the years to help her clients totally revamp and radically grow their confidence at work. Today Jess is interviewing our host Hannah. Hannah is a Wellbeing Coach, a Youth Coach, a qualified Teacher, Mentor and Speaker. She's the creator and host of the Psykhe Mental Wellbeing Podcast (this very show), and Founder of Psykhe Coaching. Hannah is a keen Mental Health advocate and holds several voluntary support roles and is a member of the British Psychological Society. In this episode we talk about: neurodiversity parenting boundaries balancing everything mental health good enough parenting and loads more. Mentioned in this episode: The Happy, Healthy Parent Club Take the Tension Out of Talking to Your Teen PDF Connect with our guest Jess @lightupwork on instagram or visit her website. Follow our host Hannah @hannah.stainer on instagram or on twitter. Follow our host Hannah @hannah.stainer on Instagram or on twitter. Connect with us @psykhecoaching on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or connect with us via our website Support the podcast by sending us a coffee via Ko-Fi If you've loved this episode as much as we have please do share it on social media and tag us in your post. And we always love to hear what you think so please rate and review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Thanks for listening! Hannah & the Psykhe Podcast team x --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/psykhe/message
The amount of energy it takes to be around other humans is discussed. Along with setting boundaries, growing, evolving, resisting life, beer & back pain, buying a home, baby alien movements, and the fact that every guy Naz goes on a date with apparently listens to the podcast. For 20% off your first purchase, go to https://auratenewyork.com/idgi & use code: idgi! Get 20% off your first order when you at https://dadgrass.com/getit Get a 30 day free trial at https://www.dipseastories.com/getit Go to https://glamnetic.com/getit & enter our code: GETIT for 30% off your order! More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Breaking down boundaries and the relationship between boundary setting, self worth, and codependency. Pouring out gratitude to all of you who are out there seeking, growing, and being the change in the world. Light and love. To sign up for the course visit https://www.emotionalbadass.com/boundaries
Meet Steph, a fellow Bostonian and Let Love In participant, who dropped some serious knowledge on the podcast this week about her experience within Let Love In. Let Love In is a group of highly successful single women, who would love to attract the right person into their life to share it with, but are a little confused as to why the heck it hasn't happened, yet. Steph shared about how nervous she was, at first, to join Let Love In, but deep down knew she was ready to look at why love was the one thing missing in her life. Steph talked about how she took time off to focus on herself after a breakup, but taking yoga classes was only getting her so far. She needed a safe space to tell her story, share her thoughts, feel her feelings (Steph said that was the hardest part for her, yet most rewarding), and be supported to grow, heal and change her beliefs about herself, about love, and the relationships she has/had in her life to make peace with them. The confidence and self-assurance that Steph exhibited in this episode made me tear up as I was writing this post. She is not the same woman she was 10 months ago. Did she appear confident then? Hell yes, but this...this confidence that I am talking about is something that comes from within. This confidence comes from being in a supportive safe space to share your thoughts, feelings and experiences. To build trust within herself with the love and support from myself, guest coaches and her peers. Have a listen to Anything for Love this week, especially if you're in a place where you're focusing on yourself and building your self-esteem. Let Love In - isn't about dating someone else, it's about getting to know yourself, accepting and understanding yourself better, and learning to let love into your life from the place you need and want it the most - from yourself. Steph - from the bottom of my heart, thank you for sharing your story and showing your face. Sometimes, we can feel shame or embarrassment that we need or want help in our love lives and I know that by seeing your face, we begin to break that cycle and know that we are stronger together when we speak our truth and use our voices. I love you for opening up to me, to your peers, and to the Anything for Love family because someone is going to hear your story and realize they're not “crazy,” they're not alone, and they no longer have to focus on themselves, alone. I love you, Steph! Thank you for trusting me with your heart (crying...please hold) and for being willing to trust yourself, deeper than ever before. It's been an honor to be on this journey with you - within Let Love In and beyond. Cheers to your willingness, strength and courage to let love in. xo Want to prepare to be the “right one” for yourself and another? Click here! The doors are open to Let Love In. https://bit.ly/3iM8wlE
October 10th is World Mental Health Day, and episode 109 focuses on the importance of working on your mental health, featuring the one and only Karina F. Daves. Here at Yo Quiero Dinero™, we believe that your mental health is the foundation for everything you can achieve in life. If you've been struggling with your mental health recently, you're definitely going to want to listen to this episode! Karina F. Daves is a Life Coach, podcaster and blogger who helps women, specifically moms, get their lives back by unpacking their limiting beliefs, discovering their boundaries and shedding light on their blindspots. As someone who lost herself along the journey of motherhood, she is committed to bounce moms back on their own journey towards their purpose. She's been mentoring and leading community-based practices for close to a decade. As a life coach, she provides several platforms for her audience to dig in and receive respite. Karina's podcast, "One Day At A Time", is the nexus for tips on how to have relationships, set boundaries and live your best life. Her focus is on boundaries, toxic friendships and relationships, and putting yourself first. You can follow Karina on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter and her website. Episode 109 is full of GEMS
Janice Luckey, who lives in Davidson, North Carolina, is a member of the Write On! writing group sponsored by her local library as well as the online writing group Impromptu. Writing became a rhythm of her life when she scribbled a romance novel in a 3-ring binder in junior high school. This sparked a life-long love of all things writerly—writing, reading, journaling and hoarding office supplies. Janice was a contributor to the 2020 and 2021 Personal Story Publishing Projects. You can see more of her stories at LKNConnect.com. When Janice isn't writing she can be found encouraging her four granddaughters' creativity or roaming libraries, bookstores, and Staples.
President Biden signed several executive orders resetting the boundaries of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments in Utah during a ceremony at The White House today. But both the president and members of his administration had some interesting things to say about how this all fits into the president's political vision. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we go over the top main reasons why you don't have boundaries with your boss. Plenty of us, especially WOC, feel indebted to our job and take our "loyalty" too far. We feel the need to prove ourselves to a job that we forget we actually earned. Listen as I share with you turning points in my career where my toxic bosses had gone too far. ---- Karina F. Daves Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karinafdaves/ Karina F. Daves Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@karinafdaves Personal Website: https://www.karinafdaves.com The One Day At A Time Podcast is filled with inspiration, gems and life-changing habits for the everyday woman. Whether you're single, married, kids or no kids - this podcast will pierce your heart in way or another. Get ready to be blown away. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/karina-f-daves/support
This is episode five of swords of mental health with Fran Lacuata and Janna Datahan. We have a very open and frank discussion on the topic of boundaries and subtexts: whether in every day life, or in martial arts training. CW: A warning for sensitive listeners: some of the discussion is of a very emotional nature and covers domestic violence and child abuse. The episode was recorded 7 October 2021.
Healthy boundaries are a critical aspect of mental and relational health, but they're something most people struggle with. Burn out is rampant. Many of us have felt overwhelmed by at least one relationship in our lives. Almost all of us have something we feel challenged to set limits around. This is our guest Nedra Tawwab's area of expertise. She helps people around the world set healthier boundaries with her online content and new book, Set Boundaries Find Peace. In this episode we discuss setting limits around social media use, how to deal with guilt around setting boundaries, why so many of us struggle with boundaries and much more. About Our Guest:Nedra Glover Tawwab is a licensed therapist and sought-after relationship expert. She has practiced relationship therapy for 12 years and is the founder and owner of the group therapy practice, Kaleidoscope Counseling. Every day she helps people create healthy relationships by teaching them how to implement boundaries. Her philosophy is that a lack of boundaries and assertiveness underlie most relationship issues, and her gift is helping people create healthy relationships with themselves and others. Follow Nedra on InstagramCheck out Nedra's Book Set Boundaries Find PeaceVisit Nedra's Wesbite
Live Show! Call in and ask or share. Call in number is 424-220-1801 Randi Fine will be discussing when and how to use boundaries with your narcissistic abusers, and when it is best to grey rock them.
With tech and screen time taking up most of our day, it's crucial to implement healthy screen time habits with kids. Until now, the conversation has been focused on teenagers, but as first-generation parents navigating the digital world – and relying on iPads to get us through tantrums – it's time we started setting healthy boundaries much earlier. Jennifer and Kay created Tech-Wise Littles to build a bridge between the 2D and 3D worlds without being fearful or obsessed with screen time minutes. From choosing the right shows to elevating the movie-night ritual, this episode will help you adopt a holistic attitude to technology and use it as an opportunity to bond with your child. You will learn about... Why the tech conversation needs to start earlier What scientific research has to say on kids' screen time The what, who, where, when, and why of screen time rules Picking the right shows for your kids How to bond with your children when they're in front of a screen What too much tech leads to in adolescence Resources: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/techwiselittles/ (@techwiselittles) Website: https://www.techwiselittles.com/ (techwiselittles.com ) Purchase https://www.techwiselittles.com/offers/7Nrezg2w/checkout (Raising Tech-Wise Littles Course). Use code “KELLY30OFF” for 30% off Connect with Kelly: https://kellyleveque.com/ (kellyleveque.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewellbykelly/ (@bewellbykelly) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly/ (www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly) Be Well By Kelly is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
We often do things unconsciously to preserve our memories of precious people who have gone before us. Sometimes, remembrance takes the form of bad habits that we need to break. But how can you stay connected with your departed loved ones without getting yourself stuck? My name is Dr. Debi Silber, and welcome to another exciting episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi. Today, we will be discussing how you can be intentional in incorporating new beliefs and behaviors into your routine while maintaining that deep connection with your loved ones. In This Episode Find out how people keep their pain alive Understand the root cause of some bad habits Learn how to get unstuck and move forward Transcription Hi there, welcome to another Dose of Dr. Debi. So this was coming up within The PBT Institute with some of our members and I'm wondering if it's something that may be happening to you. I want to make sure I share it so this way, if it's something you're doing, you know why. Have you ever felt like you're stuck, you feel so stuck, you're doing the work, you're trying to change your beliefs, you're trying to incorporate these new habits into your routine and there is just something about it that no matter what you do, you cannot move forward? And what happens is you keep trying these new things, you keep getting aggravated and discouraged and thinking; “I don't get it. I'm doing everything, why am I still stuck?” Well here's something that I've found and this is my over 30 years of coaching. I have seen this come up a few times, and I'm wondering if it's something you may be doing. I remember years ago when I was working with someone and she explained this version of herself she wanted to be. Beautiful, fit, healthy, successful. I mean it was this amazing image. I asked her where she was right now, and she described herself and she wasn't really eating well, she didn't have the best belief system in place, she was settling for relationships and work that she wasn't really happy about. And she smoked cigarettes. I asked her; “What's up with the cigarettes? That version of you that you described, I can't imagine that version of you smoking cigarettes.” She didn't know either, and she was really stuck so I started diving deeper and I said; “Tell me about your about your relationships.” And she started talking and I know I'm probing deeper and trying to get to the root of things, and all of a sudden she starts talking about her mom and her mom passed away from lung cancer from smoking. I remember at that very moment, thinking to myself, Hmm, I wonder if she's smoking as almost to keep that bond. And that legacy going. So before I had a chance to stop myself, I blurted it out and I said; “Do you think you're smoking has anything to do with your mom?” And she looked at me, it was that deer in the headlights look and I know we're onto something. And I kept going and I said; “Well, would your mom want you to smoke? And she said; “Absolutely not.” And we realized, she was grieving and mourning the loss of her mom and it was almost like if she kept smoking, that would continue that bond. So we don't want to break those bonds, if that's all we have left. So I shifted the conversation and asked: “What would happen if, instead of the bond, being that you continue to smoke, what would it be like if instead, in honor of your mom, you stopped smoking? So, it still had to do with her mom, it still had to do with that deep connection, but now she's doing something really positive with it instead of really something negative. It was the last cigarette she ever smoked. And it came up again recently where one of our members was stuck, just so stuck doing all the work, doing all the right things, and just stuck. And so I brought this up again. And it was a family issue going way, way, way back where playing a certain role, and acting in a certain way, would keep this legacy alive. And so then I asked; “Now that this person is on the other side, would they want you playing small would they want you staying safe would they want you not living the best of your ability and becoming your highest and best? “Well of course not.” “So what if, instead of keeping that bond going by keeping those beliefs going, and even though that's all we have left with that person, we keep ourselves, sort of locked in our own cage because this is, this is what we have and we don't want to eliminate and, get rid of that bond we have with them. What if instead we did this in honor of them.” It was one of those experiences again where I just saw her face light up. And I knew at that moment, that was one of the biggest needle movers that was keeping her stuck in Stage three, talking about the five Stages from betrayal to breakthrough. That's what was keeping her stuck in Stage three, and having her move right into stage four. I see this with so many people all the time. We're not staying stuck because we want to. Sometimes we need the tools, we need the resources. we need just the insight or shift. Sometimes we just needed it to be bad enough, I did two TEDx talks and I remember talking about this and the first one, Sop Sabotaging Yourself saying that when the pain of where you are, becomes greater than the fear of the unknown, that's when we jump. And that's when we make those changes and sometimes it takes, pain, sometimes it takes realization, sometimes it takes, insight, sometimes it just takes being so sick of your own story, whatever it is, it's all good, as long as you take a look and make those changes that can support you. So, just a classic reason why we stay stuck that can be a little bit hidden and we may not really know, and I've seen it many times, so I wanted to be sure to share that with you. Speaking of Stage three, the new book: From Hardened to Healed: The Effortless Path to Release Resistance, Get Unstuck and Create a Life You Love, is now available, and we created a really fun quiz, to go along with that, which is to see which force of nature, you are, and it will. It's the most simple quiz ever, and you will know exactly where you are within those five Stages and then I will guide you appropriately based on exactly where you land. I really invite you to take the quiz and you'll find that it healedorhardenedquiz.com So just go to healedorhardenedquiz.com Take that quiz and find out which force of nature you are. And it may be really enlightening for you. So if you're stuck, there's usually a good reason for it. And, you know, it's, here's where those traumas are the greatest shakeups because they invite us to question everything, but sometimes it is just that new idea that new insight that new awareness. So, if that's what's going on with you, where you were keeping the pain alive, keeping the bad habit, alive, keeping the staying stuck alive now you know because of that tie you have with that person. What would happen if you turned it into the honoring of that person where you're doing something really positive, with that scenario. Just like I mentioned with my client with the cigarettes. So, I hope that helps, again, take that quiz so you see which force of nature you are, and you got to find that at healedorhardenedquiz.com . I'll see you next time. Resources Mentioned PBT Podcasts Healed or Hardened Quiz Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz PBT Institute Membership Community Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence and Happiness Trust Again Free Gift healedorhardenedquiz.com
Do you find that your relationships are affected by poor boundaries and self-esteem? Or do you perhaps have too many boundaries and too much self-esteem? Dr. Monica Johnson, the Savvy Psychologist, dives into these common issues so that you can be on the lookout for these relationship patterns. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more psychology tips. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/ https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribe https://www.facebook.com/savvypsychologist https://twitter.com/qdtsavvypsych
Are you feeling marginalized as a woman in ministry? Is your contribution and leadership not valued? Are your ideas ignored? This is a common challenge that many women face, even in denominations and churches that say they welcome women in ministry. If you haven't experienced this, I'm thankful and I would encourage you to listen to this episode because I am willing to guarantee there is someone you know who has, even if they are in a denomination or church that embraces an egalitarian model of ministry. Boundaries are intricately tied to the challenges of being a woman in ministry. If we aren't careful we over extend ourselves. We will try to prove them wrong if they question our leadership. We will over compensate and do more. We won't stop because we are afraid that we'll be judged or we won't be seen. And we can spend endless amounts of time and energy trying to fight and make our case for why we belong in ministry. We can spend an exuberant amount of time and energy trying to figure out what we should do to change other people's perspectives and fix the situation in our own context and in the church at large. It is exhausting. It requires boundaries to not personally take responsibility to fix or change someone else. It requires boundaries to practice self-differentiation and not internalize what other people think. So what can you do? What should you do? Here's what we cover in this episode: Bring awareness to the situation. Give input and offer suggestions. Do what you were called to do the best you can. Discern which battle is yours to fight. Be confident in who God created and called you to be. Connect with Jen If you need support creating boundaries but not sure where to start, join Jen for a Discovery Call. Sign up HERE.
Having boundaries will help your child navigate their world and give them an understanding of how they can easily meet those expectations. Boundaries are essentially understanding and respecting the needs of others and today, I am talking specifically about your boundaries as their parent. First, you have to decide what your goal is for setting boundaries. What is the outcome that you are hoping to achieve by setting the boundaries? You want to make sure that the boundaries have positive outcomes/rewards when they are followed. Positive reinforcement is such a powerful strategy with our kids. Our goal is always to help them begin to understand the cause and effect from the boundaries. When you are establishing new boundaries and following through with them, it is a process and I promise you, they will struggle. By following thru and doing what you say and adhering to the boundaries you have set time and time again, they will eventually grasp the concept and it WILL get easier but you have to commit to being consistent AND you have to be prepared and anticipate that it will get harder before it gets easier. We want them to understand that the boundaries are to help them learn to control their emotional responses in a more appropriate manner, to understand that in life, they won't always get what they want and that every one of us, as human beings, all have boundaries that we have to follow in life. www.notyouraverageautismmom.com
Panelists answer listener questions about polyamorous relationships: Living together during COVID (then not), solo poly dating, and rules vs. boundaries with partners. In this episode:Erica Washington - Clinical and Holistic Mental Health TherapistPeter Navarro - Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor & Dance/Movement TherapistJason Best - Sex positive therapist & founder of Best TherapiesThe Ethical Slut? Opening Up? Books mentioned in the episode are available on our Bookshop page!Want more Wild & Sublime? Join The Afterglow for more Wild & Sublime goodies!They said… what? Full episode transcripts are available on our websiteWant to learn more about healing energy? Work with host Karen Yates in Zoom groups and one-on-one as she uses the energy of sound to reduce stress and help repattern behavior. Learn more about Biofield Tuning.Want to show your love for sex-positive podcasting? Leave a lil' tip! Expand your sexual knowledge with recommended books on our Bookshop site!Find more Wild & Sublime on Facebook, Instagram, and TwitterLike the show? Leave a rating and review on your podcast app!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wildandsublime)
Today on the podcast Alisa chats with Alison Cook about caring for your soul. Listen in to hear Alison's definition of core strength, how to have compassionate presence with yourself, and about Jesus as our good Shepherd who cares about every part of YOU. Alison Cook, MA, PhD is a counselor, speaker, and the co-author of Boundaries for Your Soul: How to Turn Your Overwhelming Thoughts and Feelings into Your Greatest Allies. For over 15 years, Alison has helped women, ministry leaders, couples, and families learn how to heal painful emotions, develop confidence from the inside out, forge healthy relationships, and fully live out their God-given potential. Sign up for 2 free e-books and a guided prayer reflection at www.alisoncookphd.com and join her for daily encouragement on Instagram. Sign up TODAY for our REV WILD ADVENTURE HIKES! Join The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook community page.
Experiencing betrayal is one of the most complex interpersonal, personal, psychological, and emotional experiences we can undergo. My special guest, Dr. Debi Silber, describes how her personal experience with the trauma of betrayal became the starting point for her personal growth and professional expertise in the area of betrayal.In this jam-packed episode, you will hear how Dr. Silber's research into the stresses and symptoms suffered by people who have been betrayed showed her how betrayal is distinctly different, and more shattering an experience than other types of stressful events. Dr. Silber describes both the symptoms of Post-Betrayal Syndrome and the 5 predictable phases of Post-Betrayal Transformation in clear and interesting detail; she also shares her own story of reconciliation after betrayal. Dr. Debi Silber is the CEO and Founder of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset, and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis, Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence, and Happiness, and her forthcoming book From Hardened to Healed: The Effortless Path to Release Resistance, Get Unstuck, and Create a Life You Love. Her recent Ph.D. study on how we experience betrayal made 3 groundbreaking discoveries that change how long it takes to heal. In addition to being on FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz Show, TEDx, and more, she's an award-winning speaker, coach, and author dedicated to helping people move past any blocks preventing them from the health, work, relationships, confidence, and happiness they want most.Timestamps: [3:41] The start of Dr. Silber's experiences with trauma and betrayal[6:32] The reason why betrayal is so traumatizing[10:43] The stunning results of Dr. Silber's research on the symptoms of betrayal[16:20] The 5 stages of Post-Betrayal Transformation[25:46] Dr. Silber answers the question, “Can trust be repaired?”__________________________________________________________For more information on the Make Time for Success podcast, visit:https://www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.comConnect with Us!Dr. Christine Li -Website: https://www.procrastinationcoach.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/procrastinationcoach/Dr. Debi Silber -Website: https://thepbtinstitute.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/debisilber/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspireEmpowerTransformLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/debisilber/Do you have Post Betrayal Syndrome? Take the Quiz: https://thepbtinstitute.com/quiz/ Get the Trust Again book and bonuses: https://thepbtinstitute.com/trustagain/
Hey loves …. next stop Progressville! In this episode, we talk about Boundaries … how to realize when we need them , what they're about and how to implement them. Setting boundaries is uncomfortable but it's definitely one of the best ways to show up for yourself :)
You may have heard the saying “the ones that have the hardest time with your boundaries are the ones that benefitted the most from you having none”. — It's sad but true. People will struggle with your boundaries and may not honor them because it means they lose something in the situation. — The 'Greatest Day' mindset is a lifestyle; a way of living every moment of every day with a positive attitude. It is choosing to be happy and live life with energy no matter your circumstances. Today truly is the only day you have to live, shape, and create who you want to become so choose to MAKE TODAY THE GREATEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE! More about Craig: Instagram: @greatestdaymindset Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://greatestdaymindset.com/ FOCUS: A Guided Journal to Create Lasting Change in Your Life. https://www.greatestdaymindset.com/product-page/focus If you like the show please take a screen shot and share it with your friends and tag @greatestdaymindset. If you would like notifications of new episodes and stay up to date with the show SUBSCRIBE and provide a rating and some feedback, as it helps the show get more recognition and found more easily. Thanks for the ongoing support!
Many Technology Organizations struggle to navigate Microsoft's complexity to achieve their most significant results. It is why I first started this podcast to help organizations navigate to achieve their highest performance results with Microsoft. I also believe that we in the tech sector have an opportunity and perhaps an obligation to lead during this time like no other. I discuss both areas in this far-reaching conversation, Merrie Williamson, Microsoft CVP of Azure Infrastructure, Azure IOT, and Digital & Application Innovation. Merrie is a future-pacing leader who describes for our listeners how she and her organization push through boundaries as a growth mindset and empathy unlock potential. Merrie Williamson is the Corporate Vice President of Azure Infrastructure, Azure IoT, and the newly launched Digital and Application Innovation solution area in the Microsoft Customer and Partner Solutions business group. She is responsible for Microsoft's global commercial sales, strategy, and execution for the core multi-billion dollar Azure business. As Microsoft and their customers continue to transform with digital solutions, the requirements for ever more agile sales models with deeper investments in technical breath and customer compassion are required. Merrie joined Microsoft in 2019 as an executive leader with deep roots in building cloud technologies and driving global cultural transformation. It was critical to finally have Merrie visit this platform to share her organization's important work and her rich experiences with our listeners. This interview was just so rich and far-reaching, we split it into two segments for your listening. I hope you enjoy this discussion as much as I enjoyed welcoming Merrie Williamson as a guest on Ultimate Guide to Partnering®. What you'll learn in this episode: Her view on the Microsoft organization and mission.What it was like to join Microsoft just before the start of the pandemic.Her team's work to align engineering, marketing, and sales for Microsoft's most complex offers.Her view on Microsoft, Satya, Growth Mindset and how Empathy Unlock's Potential.How this leader learned to blend in, while pushing through boundaries to achieve incredible business success. Listen to other recent episodes featuring Microsoft Leaders. 115 – CREATING VALUE TO INNOVATIVE ROUTES-TO-MARKET WITH PRECISE INDUSTRY AND CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS – US Scale Solution Partners with Oguo Atuanya.65 – AN AUTHENTIC CONVERSATION, FROM CO-SELLING TO THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL INJUSTICE – Enterprise Partner Sales with Lani Phillips.94 – WHERE CAN I HELP? A SERVANT LEADER'S MINDSET FOR PARTNER GROWTH – Global Independant Software Vendors (ISV) with Carlos DeTorres. Links & Resources Connect with Merrie Williamson https://www.linkedin.com/in/merriewilliamson/ Rate & Review – please, this helps more listeners find us!Learn more how Ultimate Partnerships helps technology organizations optimize partner results.Ultimate Guide to Partnering Linked In – Stay tuned as I'll share details around our new offering for you.Subscribe to Ultimate Guide to Partnering on Apple, Spotify, Google, Audible, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Player FM, almost anywhere you get your podcasts!About Vince Menzione.Follow or reach Vince – Linked In, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.Ultimate Guide to Partnering Facebook.Drop me a line – email@example.com. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Ultimate Partnerships. Ultimate Partnerships helps you get the most results from your partnerships. Get Partnerships Right – Optimize for Success – Deliver Results – Ultimate Partnerships.
Check out our sponsors: Athletic Greens: Go to https://athleticgreens.com/lisa and receive a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase! Blinkist: Go to https://blinkist.com/woi Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription. Boundaries don't push people away, they can actually make relationships closer. Anna Yusim says, “the stronger your boundaries, the closer you can get to somebody.” Have you ever stopped to think about boundaries in that way? I'm sure many of you, myself included, are guilty of thinking if we have stronger boundaries we'll end up pushing people away. The fear we face of disappointing people or somehow offending them can easily keep us stuck in a space of not honoring ourselves. This episode is for all the strong women (even if you don't feel strong every day) that need a little more assurance that it's not only okay to have boundaries, but it's essential to the health of your relationships and critical for your own mental health. Start standing up for yourself (no one else can) and prioritize you, your needs, and what matters for you to flourish in the life you choose to live. SHOW NOTES: Tip #1 | Communicate Your Boundary [0:34] Tip #2 | Set Boundaries with Those Close to You [5:34] Tip #3 | Know Who's In Your Corner [14:03] Tip #4 | Get Clear on Your Priorities [18:30] Tip #5 | Separate work from your personal life [22:20] Tip #6 | Stand up for yourself [27:30] Tip #7 | Decide if the boundary is worth breaking [32:15] QUOTES: “A lot of times it means them changing, it means them experiencing you differently. It might mean them not having that role that used to play for them performed anymore, and they might need to find somewhere else to go with that need.” Nicole Lepera [2:31] “To know your own boundaries, you have to be comfortable enough with yourself to really feel in real time what you're comfortable doing versus not.” Anna Yusim [6:01] “Not every person in your family can help you promote growth, and to create an environment for you to incubate hope some people are blowing your candle out while you're trying to get the flame going” Sara Jakes Roberts [14:20] “What I do need to carefully covet and protect is my time because I can't get more of that.” Chalene Johnson [22:06] “Assertive is clearly stating what you want or need, being mindful of your tone, and trying to say it in the right setting.” Nedra Glover Tawwab [28:46] “If you're trying to turn these healthy habits into a lifestyle, you have to learn how to hold your boundaries in those social situations.” Melissa Urban [35:03] “There's no guilt, there's no shame, there's a consequence, and the only person who can decide at that consequences worth it is you” Melissa Urban [37:34] Follow Anna Yusim: https://www.annayusim.com/ Follow Sara Jakes Roberts: https://sarahjakesroberts.com/ Follow Chalene Johnson: https://www.chalenejohnson.com/ Follow Nicole Lepera: https://theholisticpsychologist.com/ Follow Natalie Ellis: https://bossbabe.com/ Follow Nedra Glover Tawwab: https://www.nedratawwab.com/ Follow Melissa Urban: https://whole30.com/
Plus-size-yoga teacher and wellness coach Rachel Estapa returns to discuss why mindfulness is a tool rather than a be-all-end-all, how seeking validation on social media mirrors seeking weight-loss praise, how to balance vulnerability and boundary-setting when sharing your lived experiences, the role of forgiveness in healing from diet culture, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how health and wellness professionals can handle concerns about potential clients getting “scared off” by the anti-diet approach. (This episode originally aired on September 23, 2019.) Rachel Estapa, founder and CEO of More to Love, is passionate about empowering people to love and appreciate their bodies. Her own path to body acceptance began many years ago. After yo-yo dieting throughout her teenage years and into adulthood, Rachel took stock of her life and realized she wasn't happy. Even when she reached her “goal weight,” she felt something was missing. That's when she decided she would stop trying to change her body and instead she would focus on loving the body she has. Find her online at MoreToLoveYoga.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.