In this episode of the Filled to Flourish podcast we examine the topic of boundaries with more detail and nuance than a lot of boundaries conversations. We explore this topic a lot with each other and clients, and wanted to bring some of that more complicated conversation to the podcast. We discuss: -Boundary basics -Power, autonomy and systems -When defensiveness is normal, when it's harmful -Why those closest to us might have such a hard time with our boundaries -Family systems and roles -Shared and unshared boundaries -How powerfully healing it can be when someone responds well to our boundaries -What people's reaction to your boundaries can tell you about your relationship
The holiday season is incredibly overwhelming for many stepmoms. In today's episode, I'm giving you permission to focus first on your peace of mind. Don't feel obligated to do more than you want to do. Say "yes" when you want to, let go of traditions that no longer serve you, and be more present by letting go of expectations of perfection. You deserve a joyful holiday season, stepmom!Ready to set boundaries this holiday season? Grab my FREE GUIDE Basics of a Boundary: https://stepmomming.com/boundaries-basics-guide/Let's work together: https://stepmomming.com/quick-links/Join our FREE support group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stepmommingainteasy
You've tried to draw a boundary with your partner, boss or best friend, but they call you selfish, self-absorbed or even narcissistic! How could dare you prioritize yourself over what they want? In my new book, Boundaries Made Easy (which is dropping in just a couple of weeks on 12/5/23), I dispel the myth that holding a boundary is selfish and explain what healthy selfishness is all about. Today, I'm giving you a sneak peek into what selfishness really is and how you can learn to hold your boundaries with healthy selfishness. ____________________________ Full blog and show notes: https://abbymedcalf.com/learn-to-hold-your-boundaries-with-healthy-selfishness ____________________________ A great idea to stay motivated and keep your head in a positive direction is to buy some of my fabulous, inspirational merchandise. Get a t-shirt, mug, tote bag or notebook this holiday season with that daily reminder that you've got this! https://abbymedcalf.com/shop Want to feel happier and more connected in your relationship? Buy my #1 bestselling book on Amazon, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won't Do a Thing: https://abbymedcalf.com/book Looking for past episodes of the Relationships Made Easy Podcast? Head over to https://abbymedcalf.com/podcast and https://abbymedcalf.com/podcast-the-archives where you'll find every single episode. Subscribe today to get my love letter to you! This biweekly reminder will keep you on the path to creating connected, happy relationships (especially the one with yourself!). https://abbymedcalf.com For more quick tips, subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://abbymedcalf.com/youtube Ready to dig deeper? Take one of my online courses (some are FREE!) or grab a workbook: https://abbymedcalf.com/shop Say hello on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbymedcalf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbymedcalfthriving LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/abbymedcalfthriving YouTube: https://abbymedcalf.com/youtube
Greg and Mitch breakdown the results from all 8 IHSA State Championships over the weekend. Plus, they get into the topic that gets everyone talking around the state this time of year. Public vs. Private. Boundary vs. Non-Boundry. Whatever you call it, Greg and Mitch weigh in with their thoughts.
Setting relationship boundaries can feel difficult, but with God's support, it is possible to set boundaries without guilt! Listen in as I share how setting boundaries is not selfish, examples of where boundaries are needed in relationships, and 3 questions to ask yourself when you feel that a boundary is needed. We are all called to love each other and sometimes the most loving thing we can do is set a boundary.If you want support in figuring out what is underneath your struggles to set boundaries, check out the Christian Mindset Makeover where we use proven brain science tools and truths of the Bible to rewire these patterns. And if the phrase “new year new you” seems daunting, make sure to join me in the virtual Goal Planning Workshop so you can have support in stepping into the dreams that God has planned for you!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:[02:05] Which Relationships Are Calling For Your Attention?[03:56] Is Setting Boundaries Within Relationships Selfish?[06:36] Leaning on God to Help Us Set Boundaries[10:23] Instances and Examples Where Boundaries Are Needed[15:00] How Can We Best Love Each Other?[17:04] The Importance of Making Allowances For Each Other's Imperfections[20:21] 3 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Sense That You Need to Set a Boundary[23:20] Asking God For Strength in Relationships[25:21] Resources That Will Help With Boundaries RESOURCES:Christian Mindset MakeoverFREE Christian Mindset WorkshopCoaching with Alicia MichelleGood Boundaries and Goodbyes: Loving Others Without Losing the Best of Who You Are OTHER RELATED EPISODES:232: Renew Your Mind: Establish Truth-Filled Boundaries to Stop Racing Thoughts + Make Better DecisionsLive Goal Setting Workshop: What if goal setting allowed you to honor your life, celebrate God's blessings, and renew your perspective on what's possible? This is how goal planning was meant to be. I want to help you become more energized and joyful in the coming year, help you create a specific plan for change, and celebrate your wins. Join us in this Goal Setting Workshop and let's discover a healing, Gospel-based approach to asking God to direct our next steps.I can't wait to help you find clarity, renewal, and a new passion to love God and enjoy your life!
Welcome to Passionate Life Church! This week we are blessed to have Dee Dee sharing the importance of boundaries in your life. Join us this Sunday! ----------------------------------------------------- What are Boundaries? Why are boundaries important as Christians? Did Jesus set boundaries? Yes! He condemned the religious leaders who were hypocritical and disregarded God's laws: Matthew 23:27-28 NIV Jesus also set personal boundaries by taking time for solitude and prayer: Mark 1:35 NIV He refused to perform miracles for those who demanded them as a sign: Matthew 12:38-39 NIV Jesus taught his disciples about the importance of forgiveness and reconciliation, but also emphasized the need to confront and address sin within the community: Matthew 18:15-17 NIV Boundary Myths: Boundaries are selfish: Boundaries are barriers to intimacy: Boundaries are rigid and inflexible: Boundaries are unnecessary in close relationships: Setting boundaries means confrontation: Why do we struggle to set boundaries? Lack of assertiveness skills Fear of conflict or rejection Enmeshment or codependency Lack of support or validation Low self-esteem, guilt, or fear of being selfish. Boundary sayings: “Just because you can, doesn't mean you should”. “Where do I end and someone else begins?” (differentiation) “Don't work harder than them”. “Your disappointment is not a consequence for someone's bad behavior”. “If you are consistently overly responsible in a relationship you allow the other person to be under responsible” Boundary Truths: When we try to please others without taking God's instructions we make an agreement with the enemy When we don't set boundaries we give up our voice and relinquish our authority Do nothing out of Fear or Shame Be a Truth Teller. You have the fruits of the Spirit so that you can speak the Truth in Love This world is filled with traps…people who will steal our peace and wear us out “energy vampires” Lack of boundaries and over stepping boundaries are both generational sins God calls us to be emotionally strong and healthy. We are to fight the battle He has set before us. We are to be alert, stay in His Word, and listen for His instructions and strategies. We are to know our value and worth, be honest with ourselves, face hard things and be brave enough to have difficult conversations with others. Galations 1:10 NIV Proverbs 4:20-27 NIV ----------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching! If you were positively impacted by this message, please leave us a comment! Be sure to like and subscribe to our channel to stay connected to this house. Join us every Sunday at 9:00am or 10:30am Spotify: http://bit.ly/passionatelifechurch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/passionatelifechurch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passionate.life.church/ 10393 W Alamo Pl Littleton, CO 80127 Need Prayer? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org — ► Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL88... — Passionate People. Multicultural Environment. Atmosphere to Experience God. You will feel Loved, Refreshed, & Empowered Loved: We have an atmosphere of acceptance and an environment that creates a “come as you are” message. Everyone will feel loved! Refreshed: We serve a God of the Fresh Start! No matter where you've been or what you've done, God wants to refresh you today and every day. Empowered: God wants to grow you into everything He's called you to be and do. We want to give you all of the tools you will need in order to empower you to live a life fully devoted to Jesus Christ. We are non-denominational & believe that the Bible is truth and fully written by God through man. Need Prayer? Contact us at email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/passionatelifechurch/message
 As we gear up for the Salon Owners Summit 2024, Geno Stampora (@genostampora), a visionary, passionate and compassionate leader with broad experience in the beauty industry, sets the stage for an enriching keynote presentation that will foster a fresh perspective on leadership. In this episode, hear his thoughts on what he considers to be distinguishing factors between a good and a great salon as we discuss the significance of building strong client relationships, practising curiosity over judgment, setting clear expectations, and creating a unique, welcoming environment that empowers both employees and clients. Links: Get your tickets for the Salon Owners Summit 2024: https://www.salonownersummit.com/tickets Read the transcript and subscribe to the PhorestFM email newsletter: http://bit.ly/2T2gUj1 Leave a rating & review: http://bit.ly/phorestfm This episode was edited and mixed by Audio Z: Montreal's cutting-edge post-production studio for creative minds looking to have their vision professionally produced and mixed. Great music makes great moments.
In part 2 of this series on Boundaries with Connection, we explore how to set boundaries that create success by providing structure and containment that offers safety, connection, and co-regulation.In this episode, you'll learn:How boundaries can create physical and emotional safetyHow to create the kind of boundaries your child really needs for continued developmentHow to set boundaries with the intent of increasing regulationResources mentioned in this podcast:Previous podcast episode https://robyngobbel.com/scaffoldingFREEOne-page PDF infographic on Boundaries with Connection!CLICK HERE to get the download sent to your inboxRead a summary or the full transcript at: RobynGobbel.com/boundaries2Over on my website you can find:Masterclass and eBook on What Behavior Really Is (FREE)eBook on The Brilliance of Attachment (FREE)Ongoing support, connection, and co-regulation for struggling parents: The ClubYear Long Immersive & Holistic Training Program for Parenting Professionals: Being With****Ready to dive deeper ?The Club is an online community of connection, co-regulation, and a little education for parents of kids with big, baffling behaviors. We open periodically for new members! Sign up on the waiting list at RobynGobbel.com/TheClubBeing With is a year-long training program for professionals. RobynGobbel.com/BeingWith
On today's episode, we are joined by the lovely, Trina Glines! Gina & Trina talk about boundaries. How do you set them? What even are boundaries? Well, they get into this topic with a fresh perspective! They also dive into the topic of new, common & sometimes offensive "Buzzwords" – you know, the ones that almost make us unfollow the odd Instagram account! Ever notice how jokes often hide a bit of truth? In our women's group, Revitalized Sisterhood, we're talking about the ups and downs of being a mom, a wife, or even in general, a woman. The ladies also discuss the parts of Motherhood or being a Wife that sometimes get overlooked, such as the laundry piles, dirty dishes, and messy bedrooms. But what if we saw it as a temporary mess, something we'll actually miss when it's gone? #PodcastChat #RealTalk #BuzzwordFun
Hosts: Maura Carabello and Abby Osborne The Salt Lake City School District is holding a meeting to discuss school closures and boundary change recommendations in the district. We spoke to Yandary Chatwin, Spokeswoman for the Salt Lake City School District to discuss how the meeting could affect parents and students.
The book being discussed is available here (Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/Covenant-Lord-Cultic-Boundary-Two-Kingdom-ebook/dp/B0BV9KN5XT?ref_=ast_author_dp Two-age Sojourner is hosted by Michael Beck, the pastor of Gracenet Community Church, Wellington, New Zealand (www.gracenet.co.nz). Each week (well, most weeks), Mike is joined on his pilgrimage by three co-hosts. Nick Clevely is the pastor of Covenant Grace Baptist Church in Timaru, New Zealand (www.covenantgracebaptist.church). André Beck (yes, he's Mike's brother) is pastor of Bethesda Baptist Church in Felixstowe, UK (www.bethesdafelixstowe.com). Music on this podcast was written by Jeremy Casella and performed by Indelible Grace. You can listen to more from Indelible Grace and Jeremy Casella by searching on Spotify or Apple Music." For more info, check out www.twoagesojourner.com.
Boundary management is key to succesfully managing your mind, body and spirit. Boundary management is important in both your personal and professional life. Join Erica Gifford Mills with her guest, Lisa Gillette, as they discuss how to feel good when you say no. They will discuss 3 keys to successfully setting boundaries.
Boundary management is key to succesfully managing your mind, body and spirit. Boundary management is important in both your personal and professional life. Join Erica Gifford Mills with her guest, Lisa Gillette, as they discuss how to feel good when you say no. They will discuss 3 keys to successfully setting boundaries.
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Habitat Podcast #250 - In today's episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are live from Van Hees Deer Camp 2023 with some familiar voices and one new one. We discuss: A Boundary dispute with rude landowner Tension with a local landowner Encounters with "Squirrel Man" An Intense Firestarter debate New traditions Opening day deer camp excitement Opening day success New hunting gear reviews An encounter with a unique bar patron Updates on the hunt Tracking the big bucks Hunting during a warm deer season And so much more! Good luck this Fall and if you have a question yourself, just email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exodus Outdoor Gear - Use Code: HP - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/HP Vitalize Seed Food Plot Seed - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Down Burst Seeders - https://bit.ly/downburstseeders 10% code: HP10 Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO First Lite --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – email@example.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org habitat management / deer habitat / food plots / hinge cut / food plot Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As soon as Ashley said, "I'm in a relationship with boundaries," I was all in! Boundaries are dynamic, unique, self-reflective and a continual process. Take a listen to my friend, Ashley Breland, as she walks us through a path of insight regarding ways to integrate boundaries in our lives. Ashley Breland @ashley_theboundarytherapist supports people to stand within their own power. Through collaborative conversations, folks are able to become better acquainted with the knowledge and skills of their own lives that are relevant to the concerns, predicaments, and problems at hand. Ashley's social media presence is dedicated to the topic of boundaries. How, when using intentional and value-centered boundaries, folks can move into a deeper, stronger relationship with themselves, the people they love, and the things they actually want to do. RESOURCES Dr. Amy's Newsletter Learning Collaborative - The ConnectED Collab Invitation Dr. Amy Youtube FREE DOWNLOADS Top 10 Guiding Principles When Working with Children & Families Start Creating Boundaries Handout & Script Finding Calm to Prevent Overwhelm Don't Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram For more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com
A presentation by Josh Campbell Summary The presentation introduces SpaceTime IDs, a novel approach developed by the US Department of State to enhance the accessibility and utility of boundary data. It addresses the need for quick access to relevant boundary information by policy officers and introduces SpaceTime IDs as a solution for tracking boundary changes over time. Highlights
We know that holidays can be a really tough time if you've been working on your relationship with food and body image. Today we're discussing how to set some boundaries for holiday food and body conversations! We also have a ton of resources to help support you, and a bonus episode coming out this weekend... The post Boundary setting for holiday food and body conversations first appeared on Dana Monsees Nutrition.
This week, it's a Foster duet as we're joined by Dr. Meg Foster (no relation) to talk about Australia's legacy of bushrangers, and her recent book Boundary Crossers: The Hidden History of Australia's Other Bushrangers. If you don't know who the bushrangers were, don't worry, that's the first thing Meg explains. Our discussion focuses on Mary Ann Bugg, a mixed-race Worimi woman often left out or misrepresented in bushranger sagas. Learn more about Meg and her work at hist.cam.ac.uk/people/dr-meg-foster -- Buy Boundary Crossers from bookshop.org and support Vulgar History with this link: https://bookshop.org/a/1419/9781742237527 -- Listen to the Patreon bushrangers super spectacular featuring Allison Epstein, here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/so-these-guys-82314035-- Get 15% off all the gorgeous jewellery and accessories, including the Anne Boleyn gold vermeil pendant, at common.era.com/vulgar or go to commonera.com and use code VULGAR at checkout -- Get Vulgar History merch at vulgarhistory.com/store (best for US shipping) and vulgarhistory.redbubble.com (better for international shipping) -- Support Vulgar History on Patreon -- Vulgar History is an affiliate of Bookshop.org, which means that a small percentage of any books you click through and purchase will come back to Vulgar History as a commission. Use this link to shop there and support Vulgar History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The endless to-do lists, meetings that could've been emails, competing priorities, and an utter lack of interest in your role are more than enough to send you into burnout. Only a few years into our career, we've unfortunately found that this can be a recurring theme. This week, we're discussing what burnout looks like for us and offering some tried and true advice on how to cope. Topics discussed include: What burnout & lack of inspiration feel like to us Recommendations on how & when to express that to management The burnout struggle olympics - you're entitled to your own feelings! Boundary setting in the corporate space We've accepted that we likely have MANY years of a corporate career left, and learning how to manage burnout is a necessary skill. Follow us on Instagram: @theentrylevelpod For all business inquiries, email email@example.com
Eve and Robin answer questions about how to handle work problems that seep into your personal life, learning to enjoy and process happiness, and what to do when someone sets a boundary with you. Follow Robin here or at Well…Adjusting and follow Eve here. Try the Headspace app free for 30 days here. To send us your question go to sayhi.chat/dearheadpace Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey, stepmom! You're allowed to say no to the ex! And in today's episode, I'm giving you 3 clear ways to do that, with sample scripts! You are completely entitled to your own boundaries and needs, and I want to empower you to use your voice to take back control from the ex.Ready to learn how to start setting boundaries, stepmom? Grab my FREE GUIDE Basics of a Boundary: https://stepmomming.com/boundaries-basics-guide/Let's work together: https://stepmomming.com/quick-links/Join our FREE support group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stepmommingainteasyCraving CONTROL, stepmom? Join our life-changing signature program, Control Freak Collective, before it goes away on November 19th! https://stepmomming.thrivecart.com/control-freak-collective-lite-b/
Today's Classic Saturday Rub is the entirety of the 2011 360 degree feedback session, an absolute classic of the genre - enjoy!----We're dropping a new (or old?) Classic Saturday Rub every Saturday and Wednesday all the way through summer - subscribe to Triple M Footy AFL on the LiSTNR app to get every instalment as it drops!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LAST CHANCE to join my Thanksgiving Boundary Bootcamp! Give us an hour, and we'll give you the tools to take back your holiday and enjoy the Thanksgiving you deserve. CLICK HERE TO JOIN the November 15th 8:30 AM EST CLICK HERE TO JOIN the November 15th 12:30 PM EST Hey, Podsters! We are back, and we are all about boundaries this week! Right in time for Thanksgiving... I am beyond thrilled to welcome back the amazing Barb Nangle; Boundary Boss, for today's episode and buckle up, Podsters because we are diving head first into ALL THINGS BOUNDARIES. Such as: Why boundaries are so important any time, and specifically during the holiday season. As you know, boundaries have been a game-changer for me, and when Barb was here last time – I could not keep up with your incredible feedback. So, I invited her back, and together we are hosting a Boundary Bootcamp next week. That's right – if you find yourself wanting more after listening today, or if you already KNOW you want more – we are setting you up to replace that holiday fear with holiday cheer. Why are we doing this? Well, setting boundaries, especially during the holidays, can be challenging. Today we unpack why people find it so hard to establish limits. Guilt, shame, family expectations—these are the ongoing boundary struggles. And, bonus! We share our own personal experiences when establishing boundaries, including Barb's huge realization during her 12-step recovery journey. She discovered that setting boundaries isn't about controlling others, as changing someone else is beyond your control. Boundaries are about establishing how YOU will live. What YOU will accept and how you will communicate what is and is not ok. That responsibility lies with you. Did you know it's okay to completely opt out of family gatherings? And, you can set a time limit on how willing you are to participate in the gathering. Here's the thing: YOU get to decide what is best for you. In this episode we have a brief role play where I get to challenge Barb as our most difficult relative might also do…and she handles it like a BOSS. Amazing. Am I right? The holidays are a time when many of us feel obligated to let go of our own boundaries for fear of what other people will think and feel. If this sounds like you – here's one thing you can do to make this easier. Be quick and be kind with your boundaries; be polite, and offer alternatives when “NO” is not an option. The key thing we want you to remember here is to focus on yourself. It's okay to seek approval and let's also ensure you are approving of how you live YOUR life first. Boundaries are about self-love, not controlling others. So, if you're navigating the holiday chaos, join us on November 15th for the Boundary Bootcamp. It's time to reclaim your holidays, Podsters! CLICK HERE TO JOIN the November 15th 8:30 AM EST CLICK HERE TO JOIN the November 15th 12:30 PM EST --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nancy-medoff/message
Do you feel overwhelmed during the holidays? As a homeschooling parent, you have a lot to do, and the holidays can leave you feeling engulfed with a never-ending list of places to go and people to please. In this episode, we discuss setting boundaries from a place of love. The concept of, "Coming From Love," can change your approach as you set boundaries with people you care about. Learn about life coaching and homeschool consulting for parents... https://homeschoolthinktank.com/homeschool-consulting/ p.s. While this episode references the holidays, you'll find this episode helpful year-round.
Join us as we review the 2013 anime Beyond the Boundary, where we discuss the striking animation that brings this tale to life. From the battles between spirit warriors and youmu to the heartwarming connection formed between Mirai and Akihito, this show is a fun watch wrapped up in 12 episodes. Be sure to rate and review our podcast and join our Discord [ https://discord.gg/DPEtSwUN65 ] to continue the discussion. Intro Song by the talented "Boyfriend Genes" https://boyfriendgenes.bandcamp.com/track/dont-call
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How do your parenting boundaries impact your sexual intimacy? In this episode we dive in and expose the reasons why you need to have boundaries with your kids to keep your sexual intimacy strong in your marriage. Some of the boundaries we discuss are:Why you shouldn't allow your young kids to sleep in your bed (and you shouldn't let your older kids as well).Why you need to prioritize your marriage.Why it is essential to have curfews for your bedroom and alone time.Why you need to be on the same team. That doesn't mean you have to always agree.Why you need to have date night and time just for the two of you.It is essential for you to prioritize your marriage and establish boundaries with your kids. If you set boundaries with each other to protect your marriage, why would you not establish boundaries with your kids as well? Check out this great episode if you want to connect on a deeper level as a couple.If you haven't already, go check out the Ultimate Intimacy App in the app stores, or at ultimateintimacy.com to find "Ultimate Intimacy" in your marriage. It's FREE to download and so much fun! Find out why over 650,000 couples have downloaded the app and give it such high ratings and reviews!WANT AMAZING PRODUCTS TO SPICE THINGS UP? YES PLEASE... CLICK HEREEnter promo code UIAPP for 10% off your purchase (and free shipping in the US)The Ultimate Intimacy Sexual Intimacy Marriage Course can be found HEREThe Intimacy and Adventure Marriage Retreat to connect on a deeper level as a couple! Find out more at https://ultimateintimacy.com/retreats/Follow us on Instagram @ultimateintimacyapp for app updates, polls, giveaways, daily marriage quotes and more.If you have any feedback, comments or topics you would like to hear on future episodes, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! We greatly appreciate your feedback and please leave us a review.
This is week I'm giving you my step by step guide to mastering boundaries. We're going to talk about clear markers to building boundaries and keeping them healthy and alive. This will set us up as we dive into specific boundaries in the next few weeks. I hope you enjoy today's episode and join me for the next ones! As always, thanks for listening we hope you enjoyed and if you are looking for more way to connect and resources check out these links: + http://havilahcunnington.com + http://truthtotable.com + http://thetruthacademy.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/havilah-cunnington/support
Welcome to the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast! Join Jennifer & Danielle as they discuss the theme for November: finances. They explore the concept of finances as a boundary and share insights on the importance of understanding and improving your business finances, no matter your stage of business. Jennifer shares how she currently rates Pursuing Private Practice's finances and encourages you to assess your current financial situation. Join the conversation as they discuss: Finances Throughout Business Stages: Recognize that finances play a crucial role in every stage of a business. While core financial concepts remain consistent (income, expenses, profit, taxes, mindset), the specific recommendations for handling finances differ based on the stage of the business. Overcoming the Money Story: Discussing finances can be challenging due to the personal relationship many individuals have with money. Just as some clients struggle with discussing weight or mental health, there can be a sense of shame around financial imperfections. However, opening up about these issues can lead to greater empowerment. Money as a Boundary: Money is a boundary that should evolve just like any other aspect of a business. It's essential to adapt and improve financial strategies over time to support business growth and personal well-being. Mistakes in Handling Finances: There are some common financial mistakes made by professionals at different business stages. These include merging personal and business finances, neglecting estimated quarterly taxes, making hasty hiring decisions, and scaling too quickly without increasing revenue. Each stage presents unique challenges. In the episode, Jennifer & Danielle also touch on intuition and its role in financial decisions, discuss the potential downsides of disclosing revenue online and reflect on the state of the business coaching industry. Jennifer shares her advice for business owners overwhelmed by finances, stressing the importance of taking time to reflect and discuss both the data and emotions behind financial matters. Connect with Pursuing Private Practice on Instagram. If you want to set up your business, start to see your first few clients and grow to create more impact, Business School is for you! This transformative program includes education, connection, support, and accountability to help you take up space and become the business owner you were meant to be.
Continuing the conversation about Ohio Farm Bureau's newly updated Landowner Toolkit, we are covering the topic of Boundary Disputes. According to Ohio Farm Bureau's Policy Counsel, Leah Curtis, when property owners may have issues with trees or encroachment on their property, they often turn to Farm Bureau for information.
#MrMarket: Shopping with few customers. #MrMarket: Jim McTague, former Washington Editor, Barrons. @MCTagueJ. Author of the "Martin and Twyla Boundary Series." #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety 1950 VALLEY FORGE
Ever wondered how to establish boundaries without appearing aggressive? This episode is for you! We engage in a riveting discussion with Heather Claus, a brave soul who has explored the realms of personal power and alternative lifestyles. Heather shares her journey of escaping an abusive relationship through the powerful act of setting boundaries. Her story - filled with lessons about self-care, energy conservation, and the art of redirecting interactions - is bound to inspire you.Dr. mOe and Heather dive deep into the nuances of setting and enforcing boundaries without coming across as high conflict. Heather shares her invaluable insights on how to protect your time and energy while fostering empathy and understanding towards others.We also probe into the importance of regularly reviewing and adjusting boundaries, the art of prioritizing, and the significance of recognizing when a boundary becomes non-negotiable. We further delve into the dynamics of maintaining healthy boundaries and managing relationships that challenge them. With Heather's practical advice on handling disagreements, ensuring personal safety, and staying true to one's beliefs, you'll be prepared for any boundary-related situations that may arise. So, tune in and let us guide you in setting boundaries for personal empowerment!Memorable Quotes"Boundaries are not rejection, they are redirection. They are the deliberate expressions of personal power that protect the things we prioritize." - Heather Claus"Setting boundaries is all about self-growth and personal power. It's about steering interactions, conserving energy, and prioritizing ourselves while remaining empathetic towards others." - Heather ClausChapters(00:01) Setting Boundaries for Personal Growth(15:57) Setting Boundaries and Enforcing Them(20:13) Setting and Communicating Boundaries in Relationships(38:00) Establishing Healthy Boundaries Connect with Heather online and learn more about her coaching and books on her website https://my.curiouser.life/
- Join the Guild of Champions - CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE In this insightful and engaging episode, your host, Chris Terrell, delves deep into his personal journey of achieving and maintaining weight loss for more than two years. He shares valuable insights and lessons he's learned along the way and motivates listeners with his own experiences to inspire them in their own weight loss quests. In this episode, you'll learn 1. Chris's personal story of overcoming chronic dieting and finally making lasting, meaningful changes to achieve and maintain his weight loss. 2. The concept of "weight loss levers," such as setting and enforcing boundaries, varying exercise types, and controlling eating frequencies, and how adjusting these levers can assist you in your weight management goals. 3. About the struggles and transformations Chris experienced during his weight loss journey, including changing his lifestyle, managing stress and emotional eating, and even improving his financial situation. 4. The power of steadfast persistence and commitment in a weight loss journey, as Chris emphasizes the importance of never giving up regardless of the challenges faced. 5. Information on how to join Chris's guild for more structured support and guidance in your weight loss journey, and a special reminder about a price change for the membership. — Have a question for The Chris Terrell Podcast? Leave a voicemail at this link: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christerrellcoaching/message or submit your written question for a chance to be on the show live with Chris Terrell: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3SC92W8 — Additional Support My FREE Facebook Group: The CTC Weight Loss Support Group Learn about the Guild of Champions: Click here to learn more __ 3 ways to support the show Support the show directly: Buy Me a Coffee Share your favorite episode on social media. Provide a review on your favorite podcasting app. — Free Downloads Download my Journaling Guide today: The Free Guide How to find your why: https://youtu.be/VkQtpSi1Tus — Additional Resources Coaching Website: www.christerrellcoaching.com Free Content: The Goods! My TikTok Channel: @og_chris_terrell Instagram: @OG_Chris_Terrell — --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christerrellcoaching/message
The School Leadership Series promises to provide motivation on your way into school every Monday-Friday in five minutes or less. Co-hosted by Karine Veldhoen (founder of Learn Forward) and Danny Bauer (founder of Better Leaders Better Schools) we'll offer you a challenging idea and a clear action step each day. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE. Learn more at https://betterleadersbetterschools.com and https://learnforward.ca. Buy Daniel's latest book published by Corwin and AASA: https://betterleadersbetterschools.com/go READY TO LEVEL UP? Apply to the mastermind -- a leadership community changing the landscape of professional development for school admin. https://www.betterleadersbetterschools.com/mastermind-application/ Copyright © 2023 Twelve Practices LLC
Setting a boundary is not just saying no. It's not just cutting people out of your life. It's clearly defining and communicating your needs. But how can you know where and when to do that? In this episode, Rachel will teach you how to identify moments where boundaries are needed. Then it's your turn to take to your journal and reflect on your own life. Tune in to begin. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Building on ideas from previous episodes, Jen and Pete dive in to how they might take an audit of their current habits, and noodle on what that audit might teach them.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What is a habit audit?If you were to start with a clean slate, would you choose to pick up the habits you currently have?What are some exercises that might help us to take stock of our current habits and make a decision on whether or not to keep them?To hear all episodes and read full transcripts, visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box O' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos, and other interesting things that Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: email@example.com.Learn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Did you know that your nervous system is constantly communicating with you? And like any other communication, some messages are more important than others. In today's episode, I coach through 3 nervous system red flags that moms shouldn't ignore. If you experience any (or all) of these red flags, this episode will help you understand what's going on in your body and nervous system so you can be empowered to do something about it. TAKE THE PERSONALITY PATTERN QUIZ! BOOK A FREE 30-MINUTE CALL WITH MICHELLE ASK MICHELLE A QUESTION! REGULATION RESOURCES FB COMMUNITY: The Calm Mom Collective JOIN ME ON INSTAGRAM: @michellegrosser.coach “I love The Calm Mom Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!
#MrMarket: Boomer consumer continues to power the economy & What is to be done? Jim McTague, former Washington Editor, Barrons. @McTagueJ. Author of the "Martin and Twyla Boundary Series." #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/market-data/quotes/index/US/SPX?mod=hp_mds 1936 Herald Square
Boundaries are essential for healthy relationships. Without them, you may feel resentment, or you may lose sight of your values. However, setting boundaries can be uncomfortable and confusing if you're not used to doing it. And you might make some mistakes that actually damage the relationship and create more stress for you. If you struggle with boundaries, you're not alone. Today, I'm sharing the most common boundary mistakes and strategies for avoiding them. Sign up for Mentally Stronger Premium - Ask Amy questions, get bonus episodes, and get exclusive content delivered to your feed every week. Connect with the Show Buy Amy's books on mental strength Connect with Amy on Instagram — @AmyMorinAuthor Email the show — Podcast@AmyMorinLCSW.com Sponsors This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/mentallystrong, and get 10% off your first month. Head to reliefband.com and use promo code MENTALLYSTRONGER for 20% off plus free shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Pete (a rule follower) and Jen (a non-rule follower) noodle on how we might leverage rules to help us create new habits, practices, and boundaries.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What are some tactics we can use to create rules for ourselves?What is the difference between a rule and a habit?What are some examples of rules Pete follows? And Jen?To hear all episodes and read full transcripts, visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box O' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos, and other interesting things that Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Have you ever wondered how to set boundaries without guilt? Do you second-guess yourself when setting boundaries? Or are you unsure of what boundaries you even need? Then read on, my friend, because in this episode, I am answering the eight most common questions I get asked about boundaries. Visit boundarybossworkbook.com to pre-order the Boundary Boss Workbook! By pre-ordering, you will get exclusive bonuses and send bookstores the message that boundaries matter! Read the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/552
Hey friend, hey!Hope you're feeling warm and cozy as we get ready to welcome Novmber and the holiday season. This week, we're diving into something we all need more of right now – peace. Welcome to Season 7, Episode 3 of The Self Love Podcast by Love, Maaden – The ABCs of Peace.If you've read my essay, "Peace Is The Real Flex," in my newsletter, The Self Love Letter (you can sign up on Substack or at lovemaaden.com), you might remember the ABCs of maintaining our inner peace. Today, we're delving deeper as we unpack each strategy.The guiding scripture for the week is from John 16:33 and says, "I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world, you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world." – John 16:33Our three strategies, The ABCs of Peace, examine each part of the scripture in-depth.A is for Acceptance. The scripture states, "In the world, you will have tribulation…" Some versions say "suffering" or "distress" instead of tribulation. We discuss how we practice acceptance as a means to establish peace, how that process feels, and how it's progressing.B is for Boundary. The scripture also says, "...take heart…" Other versions say "be encouraged," "be of good cheer," or "be comforted." We discuss the boundaries we put in place to protect our peace, not only from others but from our own conflicting thoughts.C is for Contentment. Finally, the scripture says, "…in me you have peace [or shalom]." Shalom is a Hebrew word meaning peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare, and tranquility. We delve into how we are cultivating contentment in our day-to-day lives and how gratitude has transformed our minds in the current season.We conclude the episode with this prayer, thanking God for the gift of Shalom, and committing to our shared weekly practice:"I commit to shifting my focus from combating my issues to accepting where I am as a first step toward inner peace. I will shed the false narrative of perfectionism for the flawed facade of reality. Once established, I will protect that peace with healthy boundaries and genuine gratitude in my daily life."Have a great week, friends! Also, a heads up that next week's episode is a special 90-minute paid-subscriber-only episode delving deep into relationships. If you haven't already, be sure to subscribe or upgrade your subscription below!Love, Maaden This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit lovemaaden.substack.com/subscribe
#MrMarket: The grocery clerk apologizes for the food bill. Jim McTague, former Washington Editor, Barrons. @MCTagueJ. Author of the "Martin and Twyla Boundary Series. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/critics-deride-bidens-rosy-rhetoric-on-economy-my-grocery-bill-is-up-almost-300/ar-AA1hODSt 1940 Allentown
#MrMarket: Boomers holding up the consumer economy in wartime. Jim McTague, former Washington Editor, Barrons. @MCTagueJ. Author of the "Martin and Twyla Boundary Series." https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/prices-rose-37-percent-in-september-as-fed-keeps-up-inflation-fight/ar-AA1i5G4s 1923 White House
#MrMarket: Surging jobs and fraught Fed. Jim McTague, former Washington Editor, Barrons. @MCTagueJ. Author of the "Martin and Twyla Boundary Series." #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/economy/jobs/jobs-report-september-economy-unemployment-d9409b8b 1930 Brooklyn