This week is our very first Full Book Cup Club episode, and we're talking about "The Hot Young Widows Club" by Nora McInerny. Nora is the reason Christina and Meghan are friends, so it's fitting this book is the first of a monthly book discussion. Listen to find out Christina and Meghan's favorite parts of the book! Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. Join us for the very first book of the month, The Hot Young Widows Club by Nora McInerny.Next month we'll be talking about *drumroll please* "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.If you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)We want to hear your stories! Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram. Support the show
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Building Resilience to Navigate Change with Dr. Steve Yacovelli Hi everyone. It's Jenn DeWall. And in this week's episode of The Leadership Habit podcast, we are talking about building resilience! I feel like it's a message that so many of us need right now. And to have this conversation, I sat down with Dr. Steve […] The post Building Resilience to Navigate Change with Dr. Steve Yacovelli appeared first on Crestcom International.
There is a commonality between sports and business and at times you're in that situation whether you're going to succeed or fail. In this episode, Stefan, with David Buttifant, discusses: - How to act when things don't well; feeling vulnerable/anxious - How to unlock your potential - How to go to the next level - What is it you need to do to get to the next level This is your chance to hear the conversation of successful trade business owners. Don't miss it.
Today I'm joined by Dr. Deborah Gilboa. Deborah is a medical doctor, author, resilience expert, and keynote speaker. She is the author of a new book called From Stressed To Resilient: The Guide to Handle More and Feel It Less. In this book, she helps readers strengthen their ability to cope with stress and learn to be happy in the face of change. Given all the change we have experienced in the past few years, I'm excited to have her on the show and learn from her research. Show resources: Dr. Deborah Gilboa's website Stressed To Resilient website From Stressed To Resilient: The Guide to Handle More and Feel It Less book Sponsors: Jeremy Clevenger Fitness The Fraternity of Excellence ____ Order my latest bestselling book You Have the Watch: A Guided Journal to Become a Leader Worth Following Order my bestselling leadership book All in the Same Boat - Lead Your Organization Like a Nuclear Submariner Order my bestselling leadership book I Have the Watch: Becoming a Leader Worth Following Become a leader worth following today with these powerful resources: Subscribe to my leadership newsletter Follow Jon S Rennie on Twitter Follow Jon S Rennie on Instagram Follow Jon S Rennie on YouTube The Experience of Leadership book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We've joined forces with the Southern Rangelands Pastoral Alliance to tell the stories of pastoralists in the region who are innovating to build resilience against drought and other challenges. The WA Southern Rangelands encompass all of the land area south of the Pilbara, excluding the Agricultural Zone of the South West Land Division. In part two, we chat to pastoralists about the different ways they're regenerating their land. First, we met Toby Nichols at Edah Station, doctor turned pastoralist. Toby and his brother Angus have been completely destocked the last three years as they work to revive the pastures on their historic property. Our next chat was with Don Maasdorp at Pindabunna Station. Don and his family have spent many hours on a grader looking to slow down the natural flow of water across their property, allowing it to spread further across their landscape. The results are already speaking for themselves! And finally, we met Jorgen Jensen at Yoweragabbie Station, who has similarly been working on controlling the flow of water across his property, only in a slightly different way. Jorgen shares how he believes that his investment of time and resources now will have a massive impact on the long term viability of the station, and therefore, the community. This series is brought to you by the Southern Rangelands Pastoral Alliance, in conjunction with the #FutureDroughtFund and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal. For more information about the Southern Rangelands Pastoral Alliance, visit https://srpa.org.au/
Something new or scary happens in your life—new job, financial trouble, you name it. Your brain's natural reaction might be to worry about it.But what if I told you that worry is actually really desctructive and frankly, not even necessary?On this episode of Building Resilience, we're going to talk about worry. What is it (vs. what we THINK it is), why do human brains do it, and what can we do to kick worry to the curb forever?Visit me on Facebook or Instagram. You can also find me on my website and book a mini session with me! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There's a series of pivots because a lot of things in this world are subject to change. It's inevitable and you don't have control over it. Listen to Kristine Carlson as she talks about pivoting through loss and building the resilience you need to conquer fear and self-doubt. She is a renowned speaker, inspiring podcast host, retreat leader and blogger. Her mission is to help women transform from heartbreak and loss to live their best lives with joy, gratitude, renewed passion and purpose. In this episode she shares the importance of identifying your powerful presence and spirit so you can transform your life and achieve what you want. Tune in to learn more about expressing yourself and navigating the world of changes and challenges.Show Notes:04:14 Kristine introduces herself10:32 Becoming more responsive instead of reactive14:25 A recipe for resilience 19:11 The power of reframing21:44 The importance of self-care29:25 Heartbroken Open and From Heartbreak to Wholeness34:05 Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
Welcome to this week's episode of Thyroid Strong where Nancy Crowell, a trained doctor of oriental medicine, functional medicine, and a transformational mindset coach, instructs us how to level with ourselves in a fight or flight response and rewire our neuropathways to be resilient in fighting our inflamed state. Key Takeaways Nancy Crowell guides us through how to reclaim our mind and body through self-talk and rewiring our neuropathways to get back to our parasympathetic state of rest and digestion. Mold is everywhere and we will never have control of every situation, but what we do have in our control is our reactions and how we respond to situations. We have the potential to commit to our wellness instead of our illness. About Nancy Crowell Nancy Crowell is a trained doctor of oriental medicine, functional medicine, and a transformational mindset coach. She's a creator of the Resonance Program, a proven 12-month process specializing in helping clients with hormonal imbalance, adrenal fatigue, bloating, stress, and anxiety to be set free for a unique approach that uncovers the thoughts and emotions at the core of any disease. Mold Exposure and How Our Body Reacts To It Nancy discovered her exposure to mold in hindsight. Often in areas like the Pacific Northwest, there is consistent exposure to mold due to the weather. Symptoms of feeling foggy, seasonal depression, and never really feeling awake, could all be because of mold exposure. The difference in most is toxicity versus sensitivity. Some can detox from mold easily, but for others, their detox pathways need some extra attention to clear mold from their system. Reclaiming Your Mind and Body & Building Resilience If you are already in detox from mold, you're doing all of the right things, but you still find yourself in uncontrollable circumstances that lead to a fight, flight, or freeze state. Nancy illustrates how to pause, identify what you're feeling, and then start the process of reversing your habitual thinking. Instead of following the spiral into a fearful state, we begin by building our resilience and how we are stronger than our circumstances. In This Episode Nancy Crowell's history with mold and her overall environment [3:18] How our body processes mold [8:12] Difference between toxicity and sensitivity [11:44] Breakdown of the limbic system [13:06] Vagal theory and the parasympathetic state [15:47] Reclaiming your mind and body through resilience and self-talk [18:51] Why narratives are so important in situations you cannot control [23:03 What building resilience means [27:02] Things to do in the sympathetic state of fight, flight, or freeze [34:03] Honoring yourself and “fake it til you make it” are one in the same [37:45] Quotes “You can't be committed to your health without being an environmentalist.” [9:15] “We have to also start to evaluate, what are we committed to? Are we committed to our illness? Or are we committed to our wellness?” [17:07] “I think this mental aspect is the big missing piece to creating that resiliency: realizing you do have so much control over the inflammation your body is having on the day-to-day, moment to moment level.” [25:58] DISCLAIMER THIS PODCAST/WEBSITE/COACHING SERVICE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material contained, are for informational purposes only. NO material on this show/website/coaching practice/or special guests are intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of YOUR physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding medical treatment. Never delay seeking medical advice because of something you read/hear/see on our show/website/or coaching practice. Listen to the episode on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thyroid-strong/id1425627401 (Apple Podcasts),...
Joining me this week is Petek Hawkins.This is a special episode because Petek and I are using it to make a very exciting announcement about Curious Lion. I'll cut this intro very short and let you dive right into the conversation.Our conversation starts by looking at Petek's journey and the lessons she's learned. And then we get right into our exciting announcement, what it means for us, and what it could mean for you.So please sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode with Petek Hawkins.
Show Notes: - Natasha's childhood and growing up in the UK - Her experiences getting into a cycle of drug addiction and seedy activities - Growing through challenges and her journey of healing and self-worth - Dealing with naysayers and other people's opinions - Expanding through social media and building online credibility - The concept for her book “Be It Until You Become It” Connect with Natasha Graziano: Website: http://www.natashagraziano.com/ (www.natashagraziano.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialnatashagrano (https://www.facebook.com/officialnatashagrano) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natashagraziano/ (https://www.instagram.com/natashagraziano/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NatashaGraziano (https://www.youtube.com/c/NatashaGraziano) For more information and to explore podcast episodes, visit http://themikecroc.com (themikecroc.com). To drop him an email, use: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Mike on social media: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorrocco (https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorrocco) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc (https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc) Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeycroc (https://twitter.com/mikeycroc) If you haven't smashed the subscribe button, do it here➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGWHuKojqZfcXmvGCAi_t1Q/) The views and opinions expressed on the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. This is an independent production of Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco. The podcast production and the book "What Are You Made Of?" are the author's original works. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2021.
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Join us as, Chiropractor and Primary Spine Practitioner, Dr. Brendan McCann and myself dive into the intimacies of my chronic back pain along with my different diagnosis. Dr. McCann uncovered what is referred to as Type II Modic Changes or End Plat Edema. According to Dr. McCann there is minimal clinical research and solutions when it comes managing pain caused by Modic Changes. Listen as we dive into what I have figured out on my own personal journey after very episodic pain after experiencing a severe disc herniation. The physical and emotional battle is real when you are faced with pain and physical limitations. As I will share in this episode, it has been and is still a very dynamic and multifaceted healing process. Let's dive in to the meat and potatoes. Connect with Healing Life Coach Katie Lane Connect with Dr. Brendan McCann Book we referenced "Back Mechanic" by Dr. Stuart McGill LIVE video recording on Facebook
What's the best way for parents to respond to their kids when they get minor bumps and scrapes? When a child trips and grazes their knee do you A/ brush it off B/ make a fuss, reach for the first aid kit or a trip the GP ? or C/ give them a cuddle, a quick check, and encourage them to keep playing? Sarah Wallwork is a a physiotherapist and clinical pain neuroscientist from the University of South Australia. She and colleagues recently published research investigating strategies to promote recovery and resilience in young children after injury.
Join Jeff and special guests, clinical psychologist Dr. Anna Symonds and Jasmine Foley, as they explore the importance of building resilience and how teachers can support students to recover quickly from issues.
We live in a crazy world! Fast-paced, changing by the hour, and the most predictable forecast is that things are going to change, and soon. Now how does one handle that as an entrepreneur? Thankfully, we have Ash Burnside on the show today to walk us through building resilience in a fast-paced world. Tune in to learn how you can strengthen your business resilience as an entrepreneur. Inside this episode, we'll cover: Resilience & what it is Muscles Entrepreneurs can exercise to build resilience How building resilience can affect your path as a business owner
Do you find yourself creaking, cracking, groaning, or moaning, more as you age? I recently took a look at a website that tried to determine your real age compared to your chronological age. I was pleased to see that it covered a variety of areas related to positive stress management and this sparked some interesting reflection regarding healthy aging. Studies show that regularly exercising our brains by problem-solving, organizing, and prioritizing helps our bodies age healthy. Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency! Here are today's Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Healthy Aging Month. Well besides the obvious of healthy eating and staying hydrated, along with regular exercise, make sure that you're getting an adequate amount of sleep. And finally, look for creative ways to stimulate your brain. If you'd like some more tips, follow me on twitter at SOS to stress. #mentalhealth #hr
Will Wood is more than a singer - songwriter, after a great deal of criticism and attempts at cancelling him. He has come out wiser, stronger and more empathic than most. I loved hearing his insights on mental health and how society and culture defines what mental health & illness are. We go over:+ How to keep doing what feels right to you despite people having their own erroneous idea of who you are. + Cultural pressures.+ Going viral and being opened to criticism.+ The manipulation of social media and the radicalisation it can cause.+ Morality and culture.+ The amount of subjectivity around mental health. Kanye West being mocked for his mental illness.+ How to not let other people's opinions affect your art. Find Will: www.willwood.netIf you have any questions or thoughts from this or any other episodes, I want to hear from you. Message me directly here: www.angie-s.com/contact Become a podcaster: www.learnpodcasting.online If you want to support the show further: www.angie-s.com/donations For mental health crisis helplines:UK: https://www.mind.org.uk Europe: https://www.mhe-sme.org/library/helplines/ USA: American Foundation of Suicide Prevention*Recorded June 2022
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My first guest is actress Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother, The Avengers) and we talk about her teaming up with the Colgate Smile Fund, how she stays positive, and she suggests building resilience in our kids. Stay tuned for more episodes of The Breakdown with Bethany coming soon!_____________________________________________________________________
For the rest of the summer, we're doing a Summer Rewind, re-releasing some of our must-listen episodes as we ramp up to the launch of season two. See you in September friends!Change and adversity are the only constant in this life, and if this year has taught us anything, it's that the more you focus on building a solid foundation within yourself, the more external chaos you can handle. Shifting our mindsets, perception and reactions is far from easy, but that's the key to healthily recovering from turmoil and trauma. So, we called in mindset and success coach Leisse Wilcox to teach us everything we need to know about how to cultivate mental resilience and turn whatever life throws at you into a beautiful story. And Liesse is not just your average coach. She is a coveted mindset coach, podcast host, AND bestselling author, who is changing the global conversation on emotional health & wellness. She literally wrote the book on turning adversity into opportunities for growth, joy and beauty. Listen to our chat with Liesse to learn more about:Our tools for bouncing back from adversityWhy your mindset mattersThe meaning of emotional alchemy (turning the dark and heavy pieces of your life into something beautiful and light)Leisse's 10 steps to cultivating emotional alchemyHow to avoid toxic positivity and *actually* deal with your sh*tWays to process and feel your feelingsHow to make a difficult life change with grit and graceThe importance of staying in the present moment and “zooming out”Why gratitude is the key to mindsetFor show notes and more adulting tips, visit:teachmehowtoadult.caFollow us on the ‘gram:instagram.com/teachmehowtoadultpodcast Follow Gillian:instagram.com/yunggillianaire/Follow Cailyn:instagram.com/cailynmichaan/Follow Leisse:leissewilcox.ca/instagram.com/leissewilcox/Get her book:To Call Myself Beloved
In this episode, we talk with Licensed Social Worker Jen Barnes about how nurses can build resilience. We discuss learning to put yourself first as a nurse, fight or flight response, completing the stress response, and more!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction(8:35) Learning to put yourself first as a nurse(21:20) Fight or Flight Response (26:49) Using Movement to Complete the Stress Response (32:20) Other Strategies to Complete the Stress Response(42:10) How to Calm Your Body When Feeling Shutdown or Activated(49:08) Trauma Therapist's #1 Tip for Calming the Body (1:02:38) Meditative MovementsAbout Jen Barnes MSW, LICSW, RYT-500, TCTSY-FJen Barnes is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Minneapolis, MN. She specializes in complex trauma, PTSD, stress, and grief. The daughter and sister of nurses she has a passion for empowering nurses to build resilience. She has worked with nurses 1:1 hoping to expand her reach to a broader audience. In 2021 she completed the Dare to Lead certificate program in order to address organizational challenges more effectively in healthcare. She recently spoke at the American Association of Critical Care Nurses' 2022 NTI conference on Building Resilience in Nursing.About the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Powered by American Mobile
Life can get mucky. Resilience can help you get out of the muck quicker and keep you moving along. Resilience is not about perfection, but is something we should all be working on in our own way. Tune into this episode with special guest, Dr. Renee Wenzlaff DNP, to learn more about what resilience is and how you can get more of it. Be sure to check out our supporting resources below. Everside Wellbeing Webinar on Building Resilience. Be sure to check out the other recordings too! Books: What You Can Change... And What You Can't by Martin Seligman Building Resilience in Children & Teens: Giving Kids Roots & Wings by Keeneth Ginsburg & Martha Jablow Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Deweck Other podcast episodes and resources from WEHWC to check out to support your resilience: o How to get out of a funk o All-or-nothing-mindset o Gratitude Meditation o Grounding Meditation o Nature is Nourishing o Superpowers of sleep o Happy Hearts series on YouTube, especially this recording for mindful breathing, stretching and self-massage --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tacoboutwellnesswehwc/message
In this episode, Bekka, Anna and Emilia answer client questions on assertiveness, full moon rituals, yoni steaming, quad dominance, HIIT and digestion, re-introducing exercise post-HA, managing diet conversations and building resilience, hunger in the first trimester, values-led decision making and balancing this with unconditional permission to eat, getting back to routine after a holiday, logging exercise calories, food guilt and hyper-focused meal planning. For more information, visit www.emilia.fitness or @emiliathompsonphd
Dan Simerman is Head of Financial Relations at the IOTA Foundation, where he helps to support the ability of financial institutions and institutional investors to leverage IOTA's technology and native currency. He has a history of building software for Fortune 50 financial institutions, multinational media companies and strategic consulting firms. Dan has been a vocal advocate and supporter of IOTA since 2017. As a member of the IOTA Evangelist Network, he has worked to engage with local partners to expand awareness of our technology in North America. As co-organizer of IOTA NYC, he has contributed to one of the largest IOTA meetups in the world by developing content to support the IOTA ecosystem. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crypto-hipster-podcast/support
S1E38: On this episode, Building Resilience into Healthcare with Chris Collins, President of ECG Management Consulting and host Dr. Nick. While the potential of a recession certainly leaves space for pause and concern there are some potential upsides to the new economic waters we are entering. Different pressures bring about a new set of behaviors and the opportunity to not only keep and retain existing talent but also potentially make new talent and resources available. And importantly we don't just need adequate capacity, it has to be fulfilled with sufficient access points to offer a service that it can serve the widest of populations. But to capitalize on this you have to be geared up and ready. Your better pill to swallow is to start wargaming future scenarios, revisit your organizational design with a critical eye to the effectiveness of your leadership, structure, governance, how you can be more agile and resilient to make decisions quickly and adapt to changing environments. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
At the end of my 31 day video challenge, I talk about challenging yourself so that you can get more comfortable with struggling and hardship, and how that'll help you build the resilience needed to take your life to the next level.I hope it helps!*****Connect and Support Geek Psychology #geekpsychology *****Geek Psychology Website: www.geekpsychology.com for courses, quests and much more!Join the community of like-minded geeks and gamers who want to play life better: https://community.geekpsychology.comINFP only safe place and community access: http://infp.geekpsychology.comGeeky Myers Briggs Personality Type and personal development merch: loot.geekpsychology.comSupport me here: www.patreon.com/geekpsychology*****WANT TO BE COACHED BY ME?*****Ready to take your life or personal development to the next level?Need help with confidence or motivation?Ready to defeat anxiety and regain control over your life?Book your free strategy call with Matt Sherman today.https://schedule.geekpsychology.com*****FOR THE INFP "I Now Feel Positive" Masterclass*****Go straight to http://infp.geekpsychology.com - a carefully designed 30-day course to teach techniques to help you use your superpowers to the fullest as well as overcoming struggles like time-management, planning for the future, having more confidence and motivation, and sticking with habits. All of this to help reshape your mind and be more positive!Get started with the INFP Masterclass today and receive the FREE ORIENTATION, JOURNAL outline, and INSTANT ANXIETY RELIEF TECHNIQUE.Disclaimer: These are my opinions. If you have a serious issue, go see a doctor. I'm sharing these because I have a lot of experience and I want to do my best to help where I can and make an impact in the best way that I can.Original YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/QnLN6491t28.
What is the difference between a lifter who takes a hit, and keeps on lifting and the lifter who “used to bench 315 in high school?” Is it always that the former is harder working, more resilient, more committed lifter? How plastic are these traits? And are all “hits” the same? For some, when it rains it pours, and for others, they are lucky enough to get dolled out life's curveballs at a pace they can handle. Ultimately in this episode, we acknowledge that when viewing advanced lifters who've been at it for a long time, we are to some degree seeing survivorship bias. Further, we discuss how self-efficacy can be best built, and how to deal with what is, and what isn't in your locus or control. No matter what though, Iron Culture will continue to persist, demonstrating ultimate resilience, never missing a Monday release (and don't let anyone tell you otherwise). 0:00 - Intro 10:55 - Instagram reacts: revisiting misinformation/disinformation Marton 2020 Science, advocacy, and quackery in nutritional books https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-020-0415-6 Iron Culture episode 132: Where does Bro Science come from? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFv5BkEp9mY Vigotsky 2020 Improbable data patterns in the work of Barbalho et al. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343051741_Improbable_data_patterns_in_the_work_of_Barbalho_et_al 35:30 - Question: “Why do some people get derailed when their routines get thrown while other people show resilience to unexpected challenges?” Transtheoretical model of behavior change https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transtheoretical_model 41:45 - Adversity builds self-efficacy. Dealing with what is and isn't in your locus of control 48:30 - Just-world fallacy and extreme ownership. “Maximise given the constraints” Iron Culture episode 27: Natural Bodybuilding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0AEvN2L9zU 58:20 - Practical applications for building self-efficacy and Eric's experiences Iron Culture episode 83: You Are NOT An Advanced Lifter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9cwQsABQ98 1:15:15 - Responses to fight or flight signals and tips for coaches 1:28:24 - Framing and calibration of adversity and resilience in your journey 1:34:49 - Delayed gratification of lifting and the power of your environment Iron Culture episode 173: What is the Best Training Environment? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEIUIiL9z5Q 1:46:02 - Wrapping it up
FEMA Warns Emergency Alert System Has a Critical Flaw This week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) warned participants in the emergency alert system (EAS) that vulnerabilities can be used to allow threat actors to issue alerts over TV, radio, and cable networks.EAS allows the federal government, the president, or state-level officials to send out emergency warnings about potential weather issues or AMBER alerts for missing children. The alerts are typically sent over broadcast, cable, and satellite TV as well as radio channels and other outlets. FEMA said the public warning system requires radio and TV broadcasters, cable TV, wireless cable systems, satellite and wireline operators “to provide the President with capability to address the American people within 10 minutes during a national emergency.”FEMA did not specify the issues in the warning system but said they are found in EAS encoder/decoder devices that have not been updated to the most recent software versions…Over the last few years, public attention has focused on the federal government's failures in disaster response and recovery. In many cases, the criticism is unwarranted. However, the Federal government has not made progress in resolving an underlying shortcoming in our Nation's preparedness: Developing a universal culture of readiness.Brock Long stated that the United States is in a vicious cycle of communities being impacted by disasters and having to rebuild constantly. And it's almost as if we're not learning anything from what history, mother nature, has taught us. The Culture of preparedness is founded on the shared understanding that future disasters will occur and that every individual is responsible for preparing for and responding appropriately to their abilities to disasters. One of the classes I teach is called The Social Impact of Disasters. We discuss how humans react to disasters and the stress that is put on them, and the community where they live. I use Dr. Daniel Aldrich's books Black Wave and Building Resilience. Here Aldrich discusses how closer communities work together to rebuild after an event. In addition, he explores how the individual's social ties directly affect how they recover from and, in some cases, become stronger because of a disaster. How do we create such a culture? Before COVID, most individuals have not experienced a significant emergency directly. They may have seen disaster footage on TV and had a friend or loved one impacted; however, they felt it was never going to happen to them. Studies show that the presence of a tangible, generally accepted threat is the single most crucial ingredient for creating a culture of preparedness. As a child of the Cold War, the threat of a Nuclear war loomed over our heads. We were prepared for a bomb to drop. In the 1950s and 60s, people on the west coast put bomb shelters in their backyards; our popular Culture was full of references to the "bomb." After the fall of the Soviet Union, America lacks such a perception of risk.One of the issues in the United States is that geographic and industrial diversity means that citizens in different regions are subject to various natural and man-made hazards. This diversity of threats makes it challenging to achieve the universal perception of risk that underlies a culture of preparedness. For most people, preparedness planning is unlikely to be a priority.Recent events have also demonstrated that Americans lack the sense of individual responsibility required to create an authentic culture of preparedness.People tend to perceive that preparedness and emergency response are purely governmental functions. They believe that fire and police are coming to the rescue in a time of need. We cannot blame the individual's thought process because this idea of emergency services coming from the federal government in the time of need is reinforced by official preparedness and response procedures. Emergency preparedness generally does not include an active role for individual citizens. This omission has contributed to an ethic of passivity in the population that negatively impacts our ability to prepare for and cope with disasters. The current view of preparedness as a governmental function must be abandoned; individuals must learn to take an active, rather than a passive, role in preparing for disasters. This sense of individual responsibility will fuel more significant government preparedness initiatives and facilitate effective operations during emergency incidents.How do we change this view? It has to change from the ground up, not the top down. Local jurisdictions need to have a robust preparedness program. The New Zealand integrated civil defense emergency management approach can be described by the four areas of activity, known as the '4 Rs'; Reduction, readiness, response, and recovery. They have developed operational systems and capabilities before a civil defense emergency happens, including self-help and response programs for the general public and specific programs for emergency services, lifeline utilities, and other agencies.The Civil Defense model revolved around the idea that help was not coming, that communities would be on their own for some time. They encouraged community gardens and volunteer programs to augment the community safety programs. We are close. CERT, VIPS, RACES, and other Citizen Corps programs are excellent; however, we are still looking at the top-down programs. We need to get bottom-up community programs that local governments recognize and support. And maybe, just maybe, funded by federal and state money. Get full access to The Emergency Management Network at emnetwork.substack.com/subscribe
This episode was produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council. ATC is a 30 year old association focused on promoting and facilitating growth of technology companies in Central Texas. Over the past three decades the business ecosystem in Austin has changed, and ATC is actively changing, too. Learn more at https://AustinTechnology Council.org. Today's guest is Carolyn Jenkins, the co-founder and CEO of We Are Here. In this interview she shares her ideas around resilience and how individuals and bosses can better understand the need for resilience in the workplace (and life). She has a long history working in tech companies, and has held many roles from HR, COO, Chief Product Officer, and CEO. Carolyn also shares her points of view on the city of Austin: past, present, and future....and why the city continues to grow and thrive. About Carolyn Trevino Jenkins Carolyn Jenkins is an award-winning technology executive and entrepreneur who has an extensive and diverse background. Teams she's led have won international recognition for outstanding customer success and national awards for cutting edge work in HR. Several of her companies have won growth awards. Ms. Jenkins believes a culture of strategy, execution, and accountability can be achieved with servant and compassionate leadership. While CEO of Khorus software, Carolyn was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has first-hand experience in how challenging it is to balance a cancer journey with the demands of family and work. She began advocating for early detection and helping those with fewer resources while on that journey. Here is a mission driven endeavor for Carolyn. In her spare time, she mentors emerging leaders, advises startups, and volunteers with several local non-profits. Https://thomsinger.com/podcast/carolyn-jenkins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello Needlemovers!On this episode of our Deep Dive series we are joined by Rikesh Patel, where we continue exploring the many aspects that can impact Mental Health, in this case Grief, and all the unforeseen impacts it can have.Rikesh can be found on Instagram @man2heart and @rik011 if you would like to hear more.We hope this helps with anyone who is experiencing any type of grief. Books mentioned were:1. Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg2. Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? by by Julie SmithStories and Strategies for Public RelationsCommunication is in every facet of our daily business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
An African-American from a family of modest means, Bonnie became an amputee at age five. Against tremendous odds, she used imagination and determination to push past the limitations of disability and win a silver and two bronze medals in downhill skiing in the 1984 Paralympics in Innsbruck, Austria. As the first African-American to win Olympic or Paralympic medals in skiing, she has been honoured at the White House during the annual Black History Month Celebration. More than an Olympic skier, Bonnie's other accomplishments include an honours degree from Harvard, a Rhodes scholarship, multiple awards for her innovations as an IBM sales rep, and a position on the White House National Economic Council. President Obama named her to represent the US in delegations to both the Winter Paralympic Games in Vancouver and the Summer Paralympics in Rio. NBC Nightly News called Bonnie, “One of the five most inspiring women in America.” She has also been featured on the Today Show, CNN, and The Montel Williams Show. In addition, the nation's leading publications, such as the New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Essence, and People Magazine have profiled Bonnie and noted her extraordinary achievements. Drawing on her unique experience, analyses, and signature brands of resilience and inclusion, Bonnie St. John established Blue Circle Leadership with the mission to equip professionals with research based, rigorously tested, easily actionable tools and techniques that directly improve bottom-line business results. Now, Bonnie focuses on bringing out the best in others through executive coaching and motivational speaking for corporations and associations, as well as writing books and articles. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. To support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Bonnie Some of the challenges Bonnie has faced becoming a ski racer Getting into skiing at a young age Having an amputation when she was 5 years old Learning to ski on one leg Training hard and qualifying for the Paralympics Competing in the 1984 Winter Paralympics in Austria Dealing with a lack of snow Was it life changing winning medals Being picked as a Rhode Scholar Learning to work with the press Taking a year off from Harvard Going to Oxford University for 4 years Working for IBM and working for President Clinton at the White House Starting to focus on leadership development Leadership for women Having confidence Writing with her husband Having to prove herself over and over again Book: Live Your Joy Smiling through the challenges How have things changed over the past 30 years The rise of Trumpism and the increase in animosity Self care and making sure to make it at a priority The downside of socials media The power of polarising views Trying to be seen and heard Building resilience and embracing success Focusing on micro-resilience Why resilience doesn't have to be big things The biggest challenge is incorporating it into your life Day to day routine and what that looks like If you were to give a TED Talk… Ted Talk - Be More Resilient with a FIRST AID KIT FOR YOUR ATTITUDE! Building your own “first aid kit” Making a choice and the silence behind it - Martin Seligman I choose to…. The importance of sharing what's in your “first aid kit” Figuring out what type of support you need in challenging situations From training to failure to - training to growth The power of your words Reframing things - a great side and a good side How you can connect with Bonnie Blue Circle Leadership Final words of wisdom from Bonnie Learning to get up when you fall down Get back into the race Social Media Website https://bonniestjohn.com Leadership - www.bluecircleleadership.com Instagram @bonnie.st.john Facebook @bonniestjohn Twitter @bonniestjohn Listen to the Straight Up Podcast: https://straightupwithbonniestjohn.buzzsprout.com
In this episode, Dean Lloyd Minor is joined by President and CEO of Mental Health America, Schroeder Stribling. After discussing her journey to activism and leadership, they examine the emerging mental health crisis, how to deal with societal traumas, and the keys to building an effective nonprofit. Together, they explore the power of networks, radical hospitality, building communities, and collaborative action to provide hope and
Discover reflective structured dialogue, an extraordinary tool for deepening our understanding of other's perspectives, rather than solving problems. Duncan and Raye Rawls talk about how this process, created by Essential Partners, can humanize our enemies and bring us together.In contrast, Raye raises concerns that our current tools for healing differences, are actually pushing us further apart. In particular, Raye discusses what we're missing in the “privilege walk” and why how it's unfortunate that the slogan, “defund the police” doesn't represent what the concept actually means.You'll also hear a great story from Raye where she highlights how we can become blinded to consequences and reason when we let fear rule us.Raye asks how we can create spaces to connect across our differences, deepen our mutual understanding, discover the deep meaning beneath our actions and strengthen our democracy. Let's discover the answer. Highlights in this episode:- Discover the power of reflective structured dialogue.- Duncan talks about how our political conversations are unnecessarily adversarial.- Raye explains why we're at war with the people who are supposed to protect us.- Raye's shares her concerns about the ways that people are currently teaching about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.- Raye talks about how we can work together despite our differences.- Discover how questions of genuine curiosity can enrich our lives and understanding.- Raye recounts a powerful story about how getting caught up in our emotions and fears can stop us from thinking rationally.- Understand the power of nuance in our conversations and opinions.- Find out why people are so scared of understanding other perspectives. About this week's guest:Raye Rawls is an award-winning mediator, arbitrator, and dialogue facilitator with decades of experience. Rawls has worked on thousands of cases in government institutions, court systems, corporations, and with private parties.Some examples of topics that she has covered in her dialogue work includes: confederate monuments on campus, guns on campus, gender issues (what bathroom should people use), defining freedom of speech on campus, evolving roles of organizations or institutions (e.g., chamber of commerce), climate change, human trafficking, intergovernmental cooperation, immigration and police community relationships.Raye Rawls is a Senior Associate with Essential Partners. She is also a Senior Public Service Faculty at the University of Georgia's Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, where her practice area is in conflict transformation and dialogue. Raye is also a member of Mediators Beyond Borders International and the DPACE Initiative. Connect with Raye Rawls:Email: email@example.com Where Else can you find this episode? Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/KZlI3Q0Q6hwEpisode Page: https://omniwinproject.com/raye-rawlsOn Substack: https://omniwin.substack.com/p/raye-rawls Want More Omni-Win? Head over to my Substack to subscribe now! https://omniwin.substack.comIf you have questions or thought about how we can heal our democracy? Connect with me, I'd love to talk! https://calendly.com/duncanautrey/30minFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/omniwinprojectInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/omni.winTwitter: https://twitter.com/omni_winLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/omni-win
What happens when your family isn't the design that you had in your head? How do you make lemonade out of the lemons you have been given in your life? You keep moving. Tiana (Tia) is hilarious. She has made me laugh for many years. Her humor is a skill that she uses to mask her emotions. Tia has dealt with many situations that are out of her control. Tia is a single mom of 5 children. The ages range from 15 to 3 years old. Tiana did not plan to become a single mother...most single moms don't plan. What is a part of the plan is for Tia and the children to continue to thrive. Married at a young age and learning to find her voice, Tia had 3 children. Her love story ended. It was the beginning of her growth as an individual while empowering her children to be everything God created them to be. Tia relocated to Arizona and found love again with her second husband. Tia had 2 more children with this relationship and found that she was a better friend to her husband rather than a wife. Tia is a single mom that continues to raise 5 little people into well-rounded, intelligent, and caring people. Tia shares some fundamental beliefs about being a single parent:1) Love yourself before you decide to love another person2) Your kids live out the love you give3) Stop worrying, everything will work outWe are doing the best that we can with what we know. When we know better, we do better. There are so many situations that combine our desires and circumstances. Tia is not a stereotype, she is not a cautionary tale. She has dreams and goals for herself. She has mastered the art of creating a culture of Love in her home. That is the best example for her littles...keep moving. Resilience has been built here. Hey Tiana, you're doing good kid! This show is about you - the listener and how you perceive the experiences you have. I am excited for you to get involved and share your story. I am excited to hear your visions, your resilience stories... write to me and allow me to share your victories! Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastTiana Suzuki@tianajanelle - Instagram@tianajanellephotography - Instagram
Timestamps:1:45 - Movement challenge Update3:05 - 4:20 Building internal resistance7:32 - Resilience is a skill10:16 - A variable heart is a healthy heart12:55 - Creating reasonable goalsTranscript--Connect with us!Instagram: @mendingtraumaFacebook: @mendingtraumaYoutube: Mending TraumaLinkedIn: Mending TraumaTwitter: @akhoyt1Tik Tok: @mendingtraumaPlease rate, review, & subscribe to The Universe is Your Therapist on Apple Podcasts
In this week's episode, Jahed and Martin sit down with Brett Scott, author of https://www.harpercollins.com/products/cloudmoney-brett-scott?variant=39727615180834https://www.harpercollins.com/products/cloudmoney-brett-scott?variant=39727615180834 In the book, Scott guides the reader through the undercurrents of the banking and technology industries to create a compelling argument on how the two are mutually reinforcing market efficiencies that threaten the existence of cash. Risks of the decline of cash go beyond concerns of surveillance, loss of privacy, and declining market competition to a world where “hyperconnected markets burrow into the deepest parts of being”. Shownotes: Cloudmoney: Cash, Cards, Crypto, and the War for Our Wallets. Brett's Newsletter - Altered States of Monetary Consciousness Brett's Twitter - https://twitter.com/Suitpossum Donut Economics by Kate Raworth The Curse of Cash by Kenneth Rogoff The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton
We all need resilience to handle setbacks and adversity in life. Today's focus is on building that “bounce-back muscle” that enables us to be resilient in the ways we show up in the face of change and grief. Join us to learn more! Teresa Bitner is a Professional Certified Coach who partners with those who have been knocked down by life and are looking to bounce back to live boldly. She's a speaker and author whose specialization is resiliency, change, and loss. Building resiliency and learning steps for surviving and thriving in the midst of constant change distinguish those who live boldly from those who live life in fear. Teresa is the author of Soul Love: How A Dog Taught Me to Breathe Again. She is passionate about giving back, as evidenced by her volunteer work with the ICF Austin chapter. She is a former board member and Community Outreach Director, and she serves on the Advisory Council. Through Women for Change and Stand Beside Them, Teresa provides pro bono coaching for women in poverty and veterans and their spouses. In today's conversation, Teresa openly shares her personal grief journey and why she loves working with people around resiliency. Show Highlights: How Teresa has built resiliency since her difficult childhood days and into adulthood when she suddenly found herself a widow and single mom Top resiliency traits that Teresa recognized in herself: having goals about what you need to do and being willing to accept help when you need it What resiliency means to Teresa: “To be able to withstand and recover quickly from difficult conditions” Why it's possible to build resiliency if it doesn't come to you naturally How Teresa assesses someone's resiliency, beginning with your beliefs about change Characteristics of resiliency: Looking at change as an opportunity. Accepting change as a part of life. Being a constant learner about life. Being flexible. Having a growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset. How to approach a coaching client in dealing with change by identifying the angst, the facts, and what they CAN control How to ask the right questions about the changes a client is experiencing and point them to the best resources Considerations in coaching people toward resiliency: Acknowledge and celebrate their accomplishments so far. Help them begin a gratitude practice. Key takeaways from Teresa: Remember that there are different levels of resiliency. Take your resiliency pulse. Plan–and take action on your plan for resiliency. How Teresa's book, Soul Love: How a Dog Taught Me to Breathe Again, which tells her visceral story of grief, hope, and resiliency Resources: Connect with Teresa:https://www.boldfulfilledlifecoach.com/ ( Website),https://www.facebook.com/boldfulfilledlifecoach/ ( Facebook), andhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/teresabitner ( LinkedIn). Check out Teresa's https://starcoachshow.com/coaching-questions-for-resiliency/ (FREE giveaway )for STaR Coach Show listeners: Visit Teresa'shttps://www.boldfulfilledlifecoach.com/ ( Website) for lots of FREE resources and to buy her book, Soul Love: How A Dog Taught Me to Breathe Again! To join the Fall Mentor Program with Meg, visithttp://www.starcoachshow.com/mentor ( www.starcoachshow.com/mentor). Visit myhttps://www.starcoachshow.com ( website) for your FREE download: What I Know Now, That I Wish I Had Known When I First Started Coaching.
This episode discusses building resilience as a designer. Carina discusses that when she was teaching at the university, the main emphasis was on having a thick skin. Especially when we're starting something new later in life, it's hard to hear criticism because many feel like they should have everything down. While this can be a difficult thing to teach, and for some to accept, this is an important lesson to learn. __________ Download Carina's free guide: The 7 Tips Nobody Will Tell You About Becoming a Surface Pattern Designer here: http://eepurl.com/dN2RcY __________ About Carina Gardner: Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc. Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers. Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.com Check out her most popular program Design Bootcamp here: http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp Watch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/
Michael and Kathryn discuss the need for business leaders to build resilience in our chaotic world. If you're facing challenges in your company and leadership and want to discover the best ways to build resiliency for better judgment, lower stress, and increased productivity, then give this episode a listen!
How do our core values help guide us in making sound decisions to foster our satisfaction and contentment for a thriving life? In this segment, Dr. Michelle shares relevant insights to ACE Your Life Through Personal Growth, Building Resilience, and Taking Charge of Your Mind and Body. Which in turns helps you deal with traumas and move from surviving to thriving. - Polyvagal Theory - ACE = Acceptance Compassion Empowerment See video here - https://youtu.be/GUNQ2w4uNVI WHO IS DR. MICHELLE? Michelle P. Maidenberg, Ph.D., MPH, LCSW-R maintains a private practice in Harrison, NY. She is also the Co-Founder and Clinical Director of “Thru My Eyes”, a nonprofit 501c3 organization that offers free clinically guided videotaping to chronically medically ill individuals who want to leave video legacies for their children and loved ones. Michelle is adjunct faculty at New York University (NYU) teaching a graduate course in Mindfulness Practice. Michelle is the author of the book “Free Your Child From Overeating" 53 Mind-Body Strategies For Lifelong Health” and upcoming book on 9/20/22 “Ace Your Life: Unleash Your Best Self and Live the Life You Want” is available to preorder at: Thriftbooks, Barnes and Noble, Walmart and Amazon. Michelle's recently did a TED TALK titled, " "Circumventing Emotional Avoidance." She is also a blogger for Psychology Today. DR. MICHELLE'S CALL TO ACTION Learn more about me here - https://michellemaidenberg.com/ Non-Profit - https://www.thrumyeyes.org/ Socials are linked on the website @DrMichelleMaidenberg GENESIS'S INFO https://genesisamariskemp.net/ CALL TO ACTION Subscribe to GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp Channel, Hit the notifications bell so you don't miss any content, and share with family/friends. **REMEMBER - You do not have to let limitations or barriers keep you from achieving your success. Mind over Matter...It's time to shift and unleash your greatest potential. If you would like to be a SPONSOR or have any of your merchandise mentioned, please reach out via email at GEMSwithGenesisAmarisKemp@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/genesis-amaris-kemp/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/genesis-amaris-kemp/support
How do you persevere in the face of unending challenges and difficult circumstances? Where can you find the strength to keep going when life tries to knock you down over and over again? For Dr. Danisha Keating, building resilience seemed impossible after a traumatic childhood filled with abuse and moving in and out of the foster care system. Her journey in life was hard, at one point leading her to be a caretaker for her younger siblings while in college and yet she persevered to graduate and go on to earn her PhD. Now, she spends her life reaching back into the fire, encouraging kids walking a similar journey in the foster care system, to know that their lives have promise and hope beyond their current circumstances. In all the trials she has endured, Dr. Keating has anchored her hope in the Lord and her identity in Him. In this episode, Davey sits down with Dr. Keating to discuss what it looks like to build resilience in a life that is full of difficulty, the power of community in encouraging those low on hope, and how healing can lead us into a life of purpose in helping those who are walking the road we once did. This conversation will leave you inspired as you hear how even the most dire of circumstances can forge a deep-seated resilience in our hearts as we move forward into a future filled with possibility. Website: https://www.dkeducationconsulting.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DKEducationConsulting Book: From Foster to PhD: Letters from a Suitcase: https://www.amazon.com/Foster-PhD-Letters-Suitcase-ebook/dp/B09MGC57RM