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Kinship Podcast
#61: Busyness

Kinship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022


Busyness is part of the American life. How about the church? Can believers balance being genuinely busy and able to make room for more? Come join us as we chat about how busy or non busy we are!Crazy Busy- Kevin DeYoungBusyness Is Not the Problem- Desiring God

X with Q - Leadership Podcast
Defensiveness, Compulsive Busyness, & The Dark Side Of A Leader's Gifting with Lance Witt

X with Q - Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 12:05


This week, we drop into a conversation between Pastor Q and top-notch leadership coach and author, Lance Witt. In this segment, we discuss self-awareness killers like defensiveness, compulsive busyness, the need for recreation, and how to recognize the "shadow" around our gifting. Check out Lance on Instagram, his organization Replenish, as well as his most recent book --- Your One Life: Own It, Live It, Love It.Follow Pastor Q on Instagram (@markquattrochi)Leave a ReviewPrivacy PolicyLance Witt on Instagram (@lance_witt)ReplenishYour One Life: Own It, Live It, Love It on AmazonASK A QUESTION:Text "XWITHQ" to 97000. Maybe your question will make it to a future episode!

First Baptist Church Prattville
Jesus and Busyness

First Baptist Church Prattville

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 36:32


A message from Pastor Peyton Hill in the sermon series "Jesus and the Rest of the Week"

Share Truth Apply Scripture
Spiritual Disciplines | Busyness and the Christian | Hannah Meador

Share Truth Apply Scripture

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 27:27


Broken Catholic: The #1 Voice of Spirituality + Christianity + Catholicism for the Spiritual But NOT Religious Person™

In this episode of The Broken Catholic Show, Joseph Warren interviews  Angela Schneiders Woman School Master Strategist  ...to discuss how to release overwhelm and busyness forever.  LINKS  BillAndAngela.com  TheWomanSchool.com  SUBSCRIBE  BrokenCatholic.com  BLOW UP ROCKS™  ELITE COACHING FOR CHRISTIAN HUSBANDS™  Helping Christian Husbands Go From Angry & Stressed to PEACE & PURPOSE in 90 Days or Less ... GUARANTEED! See REAL Results at: BlowUpRocks.com  Music: StantonLanier.com | Purple-Planet.com

Coastal Community Church of Charleston, SC
Living in Victory: Victory Over Busyness - Living in Victory

Coastal Community Church of Charleston, SC

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022


In week two of our series, "Living in Victory," Pastor Scott talks about overcoming busyness in our everyday lives as well as prioritizing our eternal rest with Christ. Check it out!

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
4. The Business of Busyness with Juliet Funt

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 37:19


How do you know when being busy goes from an indication of an upward trajectory to a fast track to burnout? CEO of WHITESpace at Work, Juliet Funt, shares insights from her new book A Minute to Think and the cost being busy has on creativity and quality of life.  An expert on how to eliminate the counterproductive and overwhelming demands of everyday tasks, Juliet promotes awareness of the true cost of busy work and helps to design culture shifts for the smarter use of work hours. By creating more productive spaces, decreasing the number of unproductive touchpoints like emails and meetings, and utilizing the latest technology, Juliet argues that not only will the work-life balance be improved but that creativity, productivity, and success will naturally increase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Malcolm Cox
S2 Ep314: “How to hear God's voice in troubled times” | Quiet Time Coaching Episode 314 | Malcolm Cox

Malcolm Cox

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 10:25


“How to hear God's voice in troubled times“ Pete Greig, Premier Christianity magazine, April 2022 “Each one of us has been born with an extra ordinary superpower: an innate ability to hear the voice of God.” 49  “…it's amazing that God who speaks in such powerful ways would listen to us, but generally he doesn't seem to speak in an audible voice. What does it mean?” 49 Jesus assumes that we will be able to hear him, John 10:27. “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand. My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all; no one can snatch them out of my Father's hand. I and the Father are one.”” John 10:27-30 “Learning to listen is one of the disciplines of the Christian life. It may be an innate ability, but that doesn't mean it doesn't need to be developed. Part of that is protecting ourselves from the things that get in the way of our ability to listen.” 51 Barriers include: Unworthiness. Not feeling spiritual enough to be heard. Therefore we don't try.  Theological. Some Christian traditions mistakenly give us the impression that the Bible does not allow for us to expect to hear from God. Experiential. If we have certain expectations of how we might experience the guidance of God, and our experiences don't fit into that, we may not notice when God is seeking to us. We must listening with an open mind as well as open “ears“. Busyness. When we allow too much noise and clutter into our lives we find it hard to hear the gentle voice of God Talking too much. God is a patient listener, but we need the discipline to listen.  Five ways to hear God The Bible Prayer Community Creation Most of the literature written about listening to God has been written by introverts who are only 35% of the population, and that they “understandably advocate their own preference for quietness, stillness and solitude.“ And this might cause extroverts to think that they're not very good at or don't need to listen to God because they don't fit in with the introverts' experiences. We can all listen and hear. What can you do to develop your listening capacity? Please add your comments on this week's topic. We learn best when we learn in community.  Do you have a question about teaching the Bible? Is it theological, technical, practical? Send me your questions or suggestions. Here's the email: [malcolm@malcolmcox.org](mailto:malcolm@malcolmcox.org).  If you'd like a copy of my free eBook on spiritual disciplines, “How God grows His people”, sign up at my website: http://[www.malcolmcox.org](http://www.malcolmcox.org/).  Please pass the link on, subscribe, leave a review.  “Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” (Psalms 100:2 NIV11)  God bless, Malcolm #prayer 

Real Happy Mom
[176] How to Tame the Busyness of Motherhood Using Life Seasons

Real Happy Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 33:01


Feeling super busy? Like there is no time to breathe or pee? Check out this episode with my guest Alicia. She shares how you can identify the season that you are in your life so that you can get rid of the busyness.Because I'll be honest with you, there are many times that I go through different seasons in life and think, Oh, if I just push a little harder, or if I just keep going and just grind it out,  everything will eventually work itself out. And all I do is set myself up for burnout, exhaustion, and just setting myself up to be really crabby and not a nice person to be around.Once you're able to understand what season you're in, you'll be able to adjust and shift. And you'll notice that things will flow a lot easier in your life.So if you are like me are feeling like you just got a lot going on. And you're still just trying to like push through. Make sure that you listened to this episode with Alicia. We talk about what season we're in, as well as how we can begin to shift things when we identify the season that we're in. Then she gives us some things that we can think about so that we can begin to make things easier for ourselves so that we don't have to push ourselves to burnout. ABOUT ALICIAAlicia Cohen is the wife to a wonderful husband and the mom of two precious little ones.  She is also a business owner and YouTuber.  Through her business, Alicia Cohen Designs, she teaches busy moms intentional planning and productivity solutions to increase peace and calm in their lives, focused on what matters most.  Alicia built her business based on her own journey of overcoming her overwhelmed and frazzled life -- what she calls the "hamster wheel marathon" -- and now teaches the methods that she discovered (and uses personally) to other women.CONNECT WITH ALICIAWebsite: https://www.aliciacohendesigns.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/aliciacohendesignsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/_aliciacohendesigns/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCafwVApEDBKCNXmdbbasy8AFree Chaos to Calm Roadmap: https://www.aliciacohendesigns.com/roadmapSync Your Season Workshop: https://www.aliciacohendesigns.com/syncyourseasonSHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.realhappymom.com/176REAL HAPPY MOM INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/realhappymomREAL HAPPY MOM COMMUNITY: https://www.realhappymom.com/communityREAL HAPPY MOM MERCH: https://www.realhappymom.com/merchSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/realhappymom)

Coastline Church
We Don't Talk About Busyness

Coastline Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022


Realife Church
To Hell with the Hustle - Week 1 - The Trap of Busyness

Realife Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 41:40


Success With Srini
Busyness is a Disease

Success With Srini

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 10:17


Find Your Beautiful You Podcast
Busyness Tied To Worthiness

Find Your Beautiful You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 14:17


When we start to feel worthwhile because of our busyness, we start to believe that if I'm not busy- I'm not worthwhile. However, busyness doesn't create worthiness. Ever. And in that quest, we create more overwhelm and frustration. What is worthiness then? And how do answer the question of "am I worthy?".  Listen in to hear how. 

SuperMamas
Episode 306: Keeping It Real with the Super Mamas: Back to Pre-Pandemic Busyness

SuperMamas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 47:04


It feels like life is starting to get back to normal! This episode is a classic catch-up session between the sisters. With travel, birthdays and kid's activities, it's been a minute since they have been home and able to chat. Bricia is still spending her weekends going to baseball and Joshua Tree, but Paulina was finally able to catch her breath at home, so she got a jump start on her spring cleaning. Bricia also talks about her trip to Utah and the incredible people she connected with. Sounds like we can expect some cool new guests in the podcast's future! For full notes, visit http://supermamas.com Like us on https://www.facebook.com/supermamaspodcast/ Double tap on https://www.instagram.com/_supermamas/

ROCK HARBOR CHURCH
Addicted to Busyness

ROCK HARBOR CHURCH

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 46:18


In this world we all have plenty to do. For work,or family or school. Life can get filled with being busy. Just watch out that we don't get to busy for God. Tonight evangelist Tanner teaches on being busy.

UBC Baton Rouge
Done: Busyness

UBC Baton Rouge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 23:58


University Baptist Church of Baton Rouge is a faith community striving to think critically, live creatively, and love continually. Visit www.ubc-br.org or @UBCBR on Facebook for more information.

Mentor 4 Moms Podcast
134. What's Your Relationship with Time?

Mentor 4 Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 43:12


Busyness, productivity, and efficiency are words connected to speed. They can be helpful from time to time, but they should not set the standard for our daily lives. When busyness, productivity, and efficiency run your life, they run you down. It's called burnout. Break down. Hitting a wall.   Links from today's episode:   Book mentioned today: The Overload Syndrome- Learning to Live Within Your Limits by Richard Swenson MD Has this podcast made a difference in your life? Buy me a cup of coffee (well, in my case, a cup of tea) to show support for the show: https://susanseay.ck.page/products/buy-me-coffee My website: http://susanseay.com For more information on my products: http://susanseay.com/shop To learn more about the books mentioned on the show: https://www.amazon.com/shop/susanlseay (this is an affiliate link. When you purchase using this link I am compensated, but you pay nothing extra. Thank you for using this link as a way of supporting the content on the show.) Connect with Susan Seay Facebook // Instagram // www.facebook.com/SusanLSeay/ http://instagram.com/susanlseay Ways you can support this show: Help me to connect with more moms who could use a mentor that offers lots of encouragement and practical tools. If you know a mom who desires to be more intentional but just doesn't know how… Share this episode  Post about this episode on your Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter - add - #MentorforMomsPodcast to your post

The Johnny King Show
Is Busyness Bad?

The Johnny King Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 17:43


Episode 327: In this episode you'll learn about…Ask a busy person. (0:47)Questioning busyness & distraction. (4:47)Investing your own growth. (9:00)Where is the balance? (12:44)Intentionality. (15:26)

Sow What with Anna McGuire
3 Musts for Busy Seasons

Sow What with Anna McGuire

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 12:58


Busyness doesn't equal burnout, but it can easily lead to it. How do we walk through busy seasons with intentionality and clear mindedness? In today's conversation we're going to talk about 3 practices for busy seasons that makes sure the busyness doesn't control us or dictate the fruit of our lives. 

Leaders Who Love What They Do
No time? A 3-step process to escaping the busyness trap

Leaders Who Love What They Do

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 14:44


A short episode, but maybe one of the most important to date on the podcast!  I used to be someone who always replied, "Really busy!" when asked how I was.  When I started coaching, I realised I wasn't alone and that this stock response was quite damaging on a number of levels.  I also saw that working on it and replacing it with a more self-aware response was life changing for me and now, for my clients.  Tune in to discover my 3-step process to escaping the busyness trap for good.   Many clients find that this is the first important step towards achieving their biggest goals - maybe it could be for you too?  UPCOMING EVENTS at Ann Collins Coaching:Do check out our upcoming free events on our website!  We host one hour webinars and more in-depth workshops, for free, on a regular basis.Find out more and book your place for our next one on Monday 11th April at 8pm UK/21h CEST/12 noon PT/3pm EST : HEREIf you'd like to find out more about coaching for yourself or for your organisation, contact us: bluebottlecoaching@gmail.com to arrange a call.We love reviews and hearing your feed back, so please go to Apple Podcasts to rate, review, subscribe and share this podcast!To find out more:website: www.anncollinscoaching.comFollow Ann:LinkedIn: annridleycollinsInstagram: @anncollinscoachYouTube: Ann Collins Coaching

Thrive In Change
The Hidden Costs of Busyness, People-Pleasing and FOMO

Thrive In Change

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 36:09


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Evolve to Succeed
Chris Gardener - "We use busyness as a marker of success."

Evolve to Succeed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 46:42


Chris Gardener, founder of Strategic Mentors, which offers strategies for business growth for coaches and consultants, talks about his 3Fs philosophy, the One Percent Principle, thinking habit, and the dangers of becoming too attached to outcomes.

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Weekend Podcast
Keeping Love Alive - Volume 3 - Challenge #1 - Busyness, Part 2

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Weekend Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 25:00


Are you tired? Feel weary? Do the demands of life often make you feel like you're running on a treadmill? Like no matter how hard you work there's always more to do? In this program, Chip continues his series "Keeping Love Alive, Volume 3" by sharing two words that'll help you realign the priorities in your relationship. Don't miss how to avoid the traps of busyness and begin experiencing true peace.

Honey Badger Seller Podcast
Daily predator attack - BUSYNESS

Honey Badger Seller Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 0:44


The #predator-attack is a daily affirmation of the struggles we go-getters face, and these episodes remind you that: We struggle, too; and You can do this! If you liked this episode, let us know! || Share it on your socials and tag @paulttran || Forward it to a friend who could use these words || Consider supporting our work by minting a Crypto Badger Clan NFT (and get a bunch of incentives, too): www.cryptobadgerclan.com

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Daily Podcast
Keeping Love Alive - Volume 3 - Challenge #1 - Busyness, Part 2

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 29:52


Are you tired? Feel weary? Do the demands of life often make you feel like you're running on a treadmill? Like no matter how hard you work there's always more to do? In this program, Chip continues his series "Keeping Love Alive, Volume 3" by sharing two words that'll help you realign the priorities in your relationship. Don't miss how to avoid the traps of busyness and begin experiencing true peace.

Hot Girl's Theory
Girl Boss, Gatekeep, Gaslight: Burnout & The Cult Of Busyness

Hot Girl's Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 19:22


GIRL BOSS, GATEKEEP, GASLIGHT: BURNOUT & THE CULT OF BUSYNESS | This week's episode of @hotgirlstheory is a mini ep all about burnout brought to you by Indi (@fueledbyindi). She takes you through workplace burnout, how capitalism contributes and the toxicity of hustle culture. All while exploring other forms of burnout from ADHD burnout, chronic illness burnout to depression and caregiver burnout. This short, sharp and shiny ep is a sneak preview into a much larger discussion about how the fuck we're supposed to maintain productivity in our current climate of trauma porn and emotional exhaustion.  Follow us on socials:HGT Instagram: @hotgirlstheoryHGT Twitter: /hotgirlstheoryHGT TikTok: @hgtpodcastAsh's Instagram: @ashleighxoroseIndi's Instagram: @fueledbyindiSupport the show:BUY US A COFFEE Donations from $5 (AUD) via this linkBECOME A PATRON Sign up from $3 (AUD) a monthRate us on Apple Podcasts & SpotifyArtwork by Kaila, @whinemum on InstagramMusic in this episode from Epidemic Sound:Ballpoint - Behind UBallpoint - Bad SignBallpoint - DonutsBallpoint - Things To DoDylan Sitts - Cheap CologneNbhd Nick - Money LineDJ DENZ The Rooster - Straight ShooterTheme Music:Ice Flow Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Daily Podcast
Keeping Love Alive - Volume 3 - Challenge #1 - Busyness, Part 1

Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 31:56


For those of you who are married… what does it mean to ‘keep the love alive in your relationship?' In this program, Chip kicks off a brand new series addressing that important question. Over the next several programs, he'll identify 4 major challenges facing marriages today, and share how you and your mate can tackle ‘em together. You're not gonna wanna miss the wisdom he'll share after 40 plus years of marriage!

The World of Work Podcast
E149 - Busyness and Slowing Down at Work (w Fiona McBride)

The World of Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 40:38


James is joined by Fiona McBride, a consultant and yoga instrutor, for a conversation all about the pace of work and the power of slowing down. The conversation explores some othe benefits of pausing, and how we can do more of it. It also looks at some of the ways that leaders and managers can bring a more mindful pace to the cadence of their teams.

Entrepreneurs on Fire
A Minute to Think with Juliet Funt

Entrepreneurs on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 25:14


Juliet Funt is the author of A Minute to Think and CEO of the Juliet Funt Group. She is an evangelist for freeing the potential of companies by unburdening them from busywork. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. In building fire, you can have great dry wood, crumply newspaper, but if you skip one critical ingredient, your fire will never ignite. That ingredient is space between combustibles, takes a little spark and draws into fire. It's the same for our work. 2. Busyness tricks people into thinking that they are productive when they are only active. That confusion between activity and productivity cost companies millions of dollars. 3. When you want to clock out at the end of the day, trap yourself in a promise. Say out loud that you're done for the day. Saying it out loud creates verbal accountability. It'll be harder to go back some minutes later and work again when you have stated work is over. Get the first chapter of Juliet's book for FREE - A Minute to Think Sponsors: HubSpot: Learn how to grow better by connecting your people, your customers, and your business at HubSpot.com! NetSuite: Automate your processes and close your books in no time, all while staying well ahead of your competition! Visit NetSuite.com/fire for a special one-of-a-kind financing offer!

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire
A Minute to Think with Juliet Funt

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 25:14


Juliet Funt is the author of A Minute to Think and CEO of the Juliet Funt Group. She is an evangelist for freeing the potential of companies by unburdening them from busywork. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. In building fire, you can have great dry wood, crumply newspaper, but if you skip one critical ingredient, your fire will never ignite. That ingredient is space between combustibles, takes a little spark and draws into fire. It's the same for our work. 2. Busyness tricks people into thinking that they are productive when they are only active. That confusion between activity and productivity cost companies millions of dollars. 3. When you want to clock out at the end of the day, trap yourself in a promise. Say out loud that you're done for the day. Saying it out loud creates verbal accountability. It'll be harder to go back some minutes later and work again when you have stated work is over. Get the first chapter of Juliet's book for FREE - A Minute to Think Sponsors: HubSpot: Learn how to grow better by connecting your people, your customers, and your business at HubSpot.com! NetSuite: Automate your processes and close your books in no time, all while staying well ahead of your competition! Visit NetSuite.com/fire for a special one-of-a-kind financing offer!

Power Reclamation
The Superhuman Compulsion -- doing, striving, busyness

Power Reclamation

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 62:25


Today, I want to focus on the paradigm of superhuman compulsion. This socially esteemed and normalized way of operating that often requires us to neglect our need for rest, sleep, connection, play and self-care in order to sustain our self-image of being competent, valuable, and responsible.These pressures whisk us away on a roller-coaster ride of highs and lows — one day we feel accomplished, successful, and worthy, and a day later, we collapse into depression, unworthiness and feelings of self-doubt and failure. Episode Notes:Anne-Marie MarronArticle: The Superhuman Compulsion by Anne-Marie Marron, click here. If you have a power reclamation story to share or questions, please send them to Ask Anne-Marie.If you want to learn more about my work you can visit my websites:Power reclamation guide and somatic healing: www.anne-mariemarron.comLeadership coach and organizational-culture consultant: www.revealingwisdom.comFind Anne-Marie on InstagramIf you wonder whether Power Reclamation Coaching is for you, book a discovery call here

The Leadership Podcast
TLP297: The Four-Day Workweek

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 51:25


Banks Benitez joined Uncharted in 2012 as an unpaid intern, and became the CEO in 2017. Since stepping in as CEO, Banks and his leadership have tripled the size of the team and doubled their revenue. Also during the pandemic, Banks moved to a four-day workweek at the same wages. In this episode, Banks shares his insight on the move to a four-day week, and the lessons learned about time management, mental health, and productivity. As a CEO, Banks went  from 52 hours a week to 34 hours a week!   Key Takeaways [1:50] Advice Jim and Jan give to veterans is, “If you hear about really interesting people, just reach out to them.” [2:20] Banks has not only grown his organization to triple its size but shifted to a four-day workweek. [5:20] Banks is currently reading Making Numbers Count, by Chip Heath. [6:20] Banks shares his story on how he got selected for Rotary International. [9:35] Jan believes understanding anthropology will also help you towards being a better leader. [11:00] Banks talks a little bit about his company, Uncharted, and the inspiration behind it. [12:15] It's so easy to be a fixer of problems. As a leader, Banks found himself spending all of his time making things “less bad.” [13:35] Banks and his COO decided to change things up after feeling burned out within the company. They decided to go on the offensive instead of being on the defensive. [17:55] Banks is a few months into his company working on a four-day workweek. He shares his results so far. [20:35] Banks was nervous at first when he had to talk to his investors and clients about this. He was worried they would not see him as a serious company. [23:15] Banks has noticed that his team really hates a three-day week. [24:55] Prior to converting over to a four-day workweek, Banks decided to hire a third party to help evaluate the productivity and measure if it made sense to convert over. [28:34] The book Essentialism, by Greg McKeown was critical in determining what was important work and what was not. [29:55] Jim and Jan hear topics about mental health all the time with their clients. It's important. People are getting burned out. [30:30] You can easily quantify turnover costs and when people burn out, and how much it takes to replace that talent. A four-day workweek makes you competitive. [35:50] Banks explains how Uncharted works and how they've been a successful non-profit company. [37:40] Entrepreneurs who are successful tend to be coachable and follow up/follow through. [39:45] Sell the problem, not the solution. [43:55] Busyness and working “hard” is a cultural value that needs to be questioned. [44:35] When Banks closes his laptop on Thursday night, he still feels incomplete. There's still a lot to get done. [45:35] The more you focus on brute force hard work, the less you are refining your “decisive” muscle. [48:40] Listener challenge: Plant yourself in the richest soil you possibly can.   Quotable Quotes “It's so easy to be a fixer of problems. It's easier to fill holes, but it's harder to build peaks.” “We spent the whole month of May in 2020 to how we might optimize our work week; the ways we could get smarter about how we structure our time.” “Not all hours of the workweek are created equally. They are some hours that are productive. There are some hours that are a complete waste of time.” “My day before, I was working 52 hours a week. Now I am down to 34 hours a week.” “The best entrepreneurs that we work with are those who are really good at handling a lot of loose ties.”   Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Uncharted.org Banks on LinkedIn Banks on Twitter Outsideonline.com Heathbrothers.com Rotary.org Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, by Yuval Noah Harari Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, by Greg Mckeown  

Roadmap To Grow Your Business
Ep #195: Putting Your “Busyness” in Perspective

Roadmap To Grow Your Business

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 22:38


The word “busy” has a heaviness and social definition to it that we used to wear as a badge of honor. Now, however, we are a little more clued into the fact that being busy isn't necessarily a sustainable or good thing. For many people, it is simply a matter of feeling out of control when it comes to how they are spending their time. So, today I will be sharing how I regain control of the “controllables” in my life. Resources and links mentioned in this episode can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/195     

The Systems Made Simple™ Podcast
How You Can Break the Cycle of Busyness & Burnout TODAY with Garland Vance

The Systems Made Simple™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 38:56


When was the last time you thought to yourself, “I desperately want to grow a business, but this workload is KILLING me?”Surprisingly, it may actually be your hustling and overcommitted schedules that are keeping you from cracking the code on how to earn more and work less!Today's guest expert, Garland Vance, is here to help you how to overcome the overcommitment epidemic and finally find the growth AND the work-life balance you crave.BY THE TIME YOU FINISH LISTENING, YOU'LL WALK AWAY WITH: An understanding of why overcommitment is silently killing your ability to grow a business and the real reason it's so hard to say “no”The 3 beliefs that trap you in the cycle of busy-ness (and how to shift them, so you can finally learn how to earn more and work less)The steps you can take today to decrease your workload and achieve a better work-life balance WITHOUT sacrificing momentumPlus, there's an exclusive listener BONUS! Get a copy of Garland's book for FREE (just pay shipping & handling) at killbusy.com.If this episode inspires you, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram @theCourtney Elmer for more quick tips on how to streamline your business systems and spend more time in your zone of genius.Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.

The Confidence Podcast
#485: The Art of Happiness, Even if Your Life is a Mess

The Confidence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 41:36


  Podcast #485   THE ART OF HAPPINESS, EVEN IF YOUR LIFE IS A MESS     Everyone wants to be happy, but most people aren't. You can learn how to tap into a life of happiness, even if your life is a mess, once you learn the art of happiness. In this coaching podcast, learn why happiness sometimes eludes you and how you can create more happiness in your life, without your circumstances changing. Get the full show notes at www.trishblackwell.com/485   In this episode of The Confidence Podcast, we're talking about:   How happiness isn't an accident, and you can create it for yourselfWhy some people are happy and others aren'tThe art of happiness, and how to engage in it daily The messiness of a happy life and what happy really looks like  Happy International Women's Day!   REVIEW OF THE WEEK    Go glad. Hi Trish, I had found your podcast via "keep the faith" about 4 years ago. I do believe God led me to you. Growing up I had a wonderful loving family (still do) however I always felt sad. IT made me feel even worse because I didn't have anything to make me feel that way. I 've always had felt left out and struggled with friend issues that made me feel like something is wrong with me. I have been hooked on your podcast and I tell everyone about you because I have feel myself improving!!! Slowly but surely. I not longer thank I'm the only one. And boy, is that a relief! You have BLESSED me for these past 2 years and all for FREE!!!!! I feel the LOVE and "back at cha baby!" So glad I joined the college for the next chapter of Happiness! Love, Deanna   Everyone's life is messy. Your circumstances aren't what make you happy - your thoughts are.   HAPPINESS ISN'T AN ACCIDENT   It's not just for the lucky. It's for the intentional. It's available to everyone. Decide to be happy.Study happy people.Know your happy habits.Practice the art of active appreciation.Ground yourself in gratitude. NBC news poll recently found that only 14% of Americans reports to be very happy. That's down from 31% who said the same in 2018. 45% of Americans reported feeling isolated or lonely.    Two thirds of adults globally  (64%) report being happy: 14% very much so and 50% rather so. Countries with the highest proportion of adults considering themselves as very happy are Canada (29%), Australia, Saudi Arabia and India (28% each), Great Britain and the United States (27% each). (Global Happiness Study 2019)    WHY AREN'T YOU HAPPY?    Most likely because you're looking to your circumstances to make you happy. It's your thoughts that creates happiness, not what happens in your life.  Too focused on the wrong things  -fear -what could go wrong -"being realistic" -avoiding emotions -what other people might think -achievement for fulfillment We're distracted by our own business We stay too busy to be happy.    UNHAPPINESS CONTRIBUTORS   Comparison to others.Lack of gratitudeStuck in comfort zoneYou don't move your bodyYou are always in your past or your futureFlawed beliefs (thinking it's supposed to be easier, or that negative emotions shouldn't exist)Busyness (too busy to think, reflect, notice, self-care, live well)  95% of our 60-80,000 thoughts per day are repeated thoughts.    THE ART OF HAPPINESS   HAPPINESS HABITS Activate appreciation Reframing thoughts Mental maintenance  Physical activity Time to be Other Contributors to Happiness Adventure Falling is learning Openness  Curiosity Happiness doesn't mean that it's a state of permanence. It's an emotion, that ebbs and flows, and when you feel it, you ride it. When is recoils, you know another wave is coming - nothing has gone wrong. "there is taken care of" Intentional and active appreciation What about others who drag you down? "must stink to be in their brain…" "there thoughts are their choices, I'm grateful I know how to not stay in a funk   

Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly
De-clutter Your Mind with Billie Jauss

Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 28:48


Has clutter taken over your mind? Do negative thoughts and busyness overwhelm your thoughts, threatening to drown your with internal noise? Today's guest, Billie Jauss, addresses how we can de-clutter our minds. Billie Jauss s a well-known speaker and author. Her podcast “Start Small BELIEVE BIG” is nearing its 300th episode, and is focused on encouraging listeners to value the significance of small beginnings, finding confidence and peace in the big God who knows, sees, and loves us deeply.  She and her husband are heavily involved in Compassion International's Survival Program in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic and also see Major League Baseball as their mission field, as Dave Jauss, her husband, has been a coach for more than 25 years. Their 3 sons all work professionally in baseball as well. Billie starts with contrasting the external distractions of busyness with the inner noise of shame and insecurity. She notes that bullying ourselves will limit us from fulfilling the purpose for which God created us. After receiving requests to speak more often about internal distractions, Jauss surveyed her audience and discovered the prevalence of loneliness and insecurity. Billie advises listeners to pause, identify toxic thoughts, and replace negative mindsets with truth from scripture. Billie referenced steps from her book, Distraction Detox, to move from overwhelm to peace. We chat about trusting God to do the bulk of the work to renew our minds and reach others. We simply need to show up and walk alongside the Redeemer. Jauss emphasizes the need to develop practices to repeat as negative thoughts recur. With healthy habits, we can respond to internal noise more readily. Billie encourages listeners to write out every negative thought, examine the nature of the thought, and replace each one with truth from scripture. She also recommends journaling how God has shown up in your life. Jauss invites listeners to find positive scriptures by prayerfully searching the Bible or using apps online. She also recommends writing healing verses on sticky notes to post within view.  Billie references Galatians 5 as a model for living in freedom from slavery to self-limiting thoughts. She warns the enemy wants to shut us down so we don't serve God. The Lord rejoices in our small steps. Billie encourages listeners to identify and overcome their "yeah, but..." excuses for not living in freedom. Check out Distraction Detox by Billie Jauss or listen to her Start Small Believe Big podcast at billiejauss.com   

The Pitch with Amy Summers
Encore Episode 398 - Eliminate Unnecessary Busyness

The Pitch with Amy Summers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 2:15


Are you inventing busy work to avoid important work? Learn how to tackle what matters first before busyness takes over your day. #ThePitch #INICIVOX 

The Jedburgh Podcast
#48: Cast Inc: Founder & CEO Julia Samersova

The Jedburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 72:03


Talent evaluation is difficult in any industry. We make decisions every day on performance that not only affect people's lives, but also affect their emotions and often their physical and emotional well-being. Effectively operating in the world of talent management requires both empathy and a high level of emotional strength. For this episode, host Fran Racioppi traveled to the heart of Brooklyn to spend the day with Julia Samersova; Founder and CEO of Cast Inc. - the leading casting company for kids who have what it takes to star in commercials, advertisements and shows. Julia is trusted by the fashion industry's most iconic brands like Maybelline, Calvin Klein, Gap and Carter's.In definitely our most relaxed episode to date, Fran and Julia talk casting, entrepreneurism, talent management, helicopter parenting, the impact adults have on kids and how we can be the best parents we can be.Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website.Highlights:-Julia and Fran discuss defining your self-worth as an entrepreneur, the loneliness of building something from nothing in your vision and how to deal with down times.-Julia defines “busy” and what it means to devote yourself to your passion and dreams. -Julia challenges us to think about parenting differently and incorporate the way kids are learning today through technology into how we parent. -Casting kids requires a mix of energy, uniqueness and empathy, as well as patience to manage their often overbearing parents known as “Mom-agers.” -In a heartfelt exchange Julia credits her high school guidance counselor with forcing her to believe in herself and pursue what she loved.-Julia explains her career in talent management and how the 2008 market crash showed her a gap in the fashion industry.-Parenting is the hardest job we have. Julia and Fran discuss the act of parenting, the importance of time and attention and the risk aversion between kids today vs yesterday. Quotes:-”If I changed even one kid's life then it was all worth it.”-“My favorite thing to do was to cut up magazines and make collages out of supermodels.”-“I don't know what would have happened to me had Mrs. Graham not sat me down and been like you're a loser, what are you doing with your life, what's your love, what's your passion.”-”It's the honesty in a kid that is mostly attractive to me.”-”The kids usually do better when the parents are in another room.”-”Nobody else is responsible for your success…If you didn't get that job that you wanted, that's on you. But also, if you did get the job, that's on you.”-”Whatever you are busy with, did it produce some sort of satisfaction.”-“Busyness as a badge of honor…no…Rest is the badge of honor.”-”Kids are exactly what you put into them. You are going to get out what you put in.”-”We put iPads in their hands at two years old. What did we think was going to happen? We need to change the way we think about it vs changing the behavior.”Julia's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Wake up at the same time every day with gratitude-Never procrastinate; have a sense of urgency all the time-Schedule time to rest and recover-Plus Julia adds a fourth - fight for what you want!This episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's, 18A Fitness and Analytix Solutions.

The Health Investment Podcast with Brooke Simonson
Push Back Against “Hustle Culture” & Busyness Through Yin Yoga | Lorna Green

The Health Investment Podcast with Brooke Simonson

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 49:41


EPISODE 121 - Lorna Green was born in Scotland, but she's made the world her home. She's best known for laughing loudly and sometimes she'll talk so fast it's hard to tell if she's still breathing. Lorna is a yin yoga teacher and NLP master practitioner who loves nothing more than combining yogic wisdom and science backed mindset techniques to help you stress less and accomplish more. In the episode, she shares the power of yin yoga amidst our busy world, the difference between yin and restorative yoga, how to practice yin yoga at home...and more! EPISODE WEBPAGE: thehealthinvestment.com/121 P.S. – If you're liking The Health Investment Podcast, be sure to hit “subscribe/follow” so that you never miss an episode

Choices, Chances & Chosen
Busyness: Ep. 89

Choices, Chances & Chosen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 7:58


Slow down and receive beautiful

Father Dylan's Sermons & Talks
Retreat Sermon 3: Purpose amidst Busyness

Father Dylan's Sermons & Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 5:51


Retreat to Kenrick seminarians, by Fr Dylan James. Wednesday Week 1, Ordinary Time. January 2022

The Word Before Work
The difference between "busyness" and "hurry"

The Word Before Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 5:15


Sign-up for my free 20 day devotional, The Word Before Work Foundations, at http://TWBWFoundations.com Jesus entered Jerusalem and went into the temple courts. He looked around at everything, but since it was already late, he went out to Bethany with the Twelve….[The next day, upon] reaching Jerusalem, Jesus entered the temple courts and began driving out those who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves. (Mark 11:11,15)The life of Jesus and his disciples was busy (see Mark 3:20-21 and John 11:5-9). But as my friend John Mark Comer has pointed out, “[Jesus] never came off hurried.” Pastor Kevin DeYoung put it this way: “[Jesus] was busy, but never in a way that made him frantic, anxious, irritable, proud, envious, or distracted by lesser things.” So, what's the difference between busyness and hurry? Busyness is having a lot of meetings on your calendar. Hurry is scheduling those meetings back-to-back forcing you to sprint from one to the next without enough time to think. Busyness is having a lot of errands to run. Hurry is getting mad about choosing the “wrong line” at the grocery store because you have no margin for the thirty seconds you lost by choosing lane 3 instead of 4. Busyness is attending three Bible studies a week. Hurry is not having enough time and stillness to listen to God's voice in between those studies.How can we be busy without being hurried? We must get good at “counting the cost” of our time.Jesus provides an excellent case study of this in today's passage. Mark 11:15 tells us that Jesus's plan all along was to overturn some tables and drive out the vendors who were turning the temple into a “den of robbers” (Mark 11:17). So why not do this the night before? Why wait?Of course, we can't answer those questions definitively, but given Jesus's track record as a busy but unhurried guy, here's my guess: I think Jesus had counted the cost of his time. Look at Mark 11:11: Jesus “went into the temple courts…looked around at everything, but since it was already late” decided not to cram any more activity into what had already been a busy day. You can almost hear him muttering to himself “It can wait.” Could Jesus have squeezed in a little table-flipping before he retired for the night? Sure, but he chose not to. He had counted the cost and knew that adding anything else to his already busy day would have tipped the scales from busy to hurry.Jesus's example brings us to the seventh and final principle we need to redeem our time: Principle #7ELIMINATE ALL HURRYTo redeem our time in the model of our Redeemer, we must embrace productive busyness while ruthlessly eliminating hurry from our lives.How can we eliminate hurry today? In my book, Redeeming Your Time, I share three practical answers to that question, including six questions to ask to help you say “no” more frequently. Want a glimpse at those six questions? Watch this video.

Pete Craig meets...
SEASON #2 The art of balancing your wellness in an age of busyness with Ras Asan

Pete Craig meets...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 26:10


Ras Asan has achieved recognition across the board for his achievements and impact socially, commercially and technically learning and understanding early on how to formulate effective business plans and present them effectively. … a skill that's served him well. Featured in the Inc. Magazine 30 under 30, breaking racial barriers in technology start-up eco-systems, named one of the TechStars Rising Stars and successfully launching the world's first all-black cooperatively owned and operated Private Equity firm serving black-owned businesses around the World. He's now turning his attention to supporting human wellbeing. Leaning on over 10 years of formal and informal studies of herbal medicine & exercise science, it's his mission to help entrepreneurs (and all busy humans) to stay healthy and holistically well. In this episode we explore: Why a focus on wellness is so important (and how, too often it get's forgotten) Bringing balance to the 'hustle' culture through wellness education Where as a society we need to focus our attention IF we are going to turn the tide on modern illnesses of stress, anxiety, burnout and fatigue The importance of, and the part ancient wisdom plays in rebalancing the human body and mind Herbalism, natural foods, exercise and sleep as the foundations of a healthy life We also talk about Ras's new book 'Heal Thy Hustle' a powerful guide, that cuts through the noise and confusion around health and wellness to give the reader basic, but invaluable knowledge and wisdom of practical ways to improve their physical, mental, and spiritual health right now and includes: - Easy Homemade Herbal Remedies - Grocery Shopping For Health & Savings - The Top-5 Health Practices For Everyone - Quick Recipes For All Ages - 7-Day Wellness Routine - Access to 3 Personal Coaching Sessions - 14 Day or Less Plan for Health Benefits - Tips for Achieving Effective Workouts - Mental Hacks to Get Motivated - Practices of Ancient Spiritual Systems Heal Thy Hustle is available to pre-order now at Healergang.com

Redeem the Day
Embrace Busyness. Eliminate Hurry. Eat Frogs.

Redeem the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 22:52


In this episode, authors Mark Batterson (Win the Day and Do it for a Day) and Jordan Raynor (Redeeming Your Time) discuss:The difference between busyness and hurryHow a Time Budget can help you hurry less and accomplish moreHow Mark and Jordan structure their Time Budgets to embrace busyness, eliminate hurry, and eat frogsWant to go deeper on these topics? Pick-up a copy of Mark's books (Win the Day and Do it for a Day) and Jordan's (Redeeming Your Time).Download Jordan's personal "Time Budget template" here

Lose to Live Podcast
Deirdre: Building habits in the busyness of life

Lose to Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 41:59


On today's episode, Katie is joined today by Deirdre, a devoted mom and career woman, who learned that there is no such thing as the perfect time to start your weight loss journey because life will always be busy! Are you ready to learn how to lose weight for good without following rigid meal plans or counting calories? Click here to apply for Katie's next small group coaching program! https://www.theweightlossnutritionist.com/private-coaching

The Modern Homesteading Podcast
Will The Modern Homesteading Podcast Ever Start Back Up?

The Modern Homesteading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 9:39


Is that actually dust and cobwebs on my microphone? I can't believe it has been well over a year since the last episode. Why Did The Modern Homesteading Podcast Stop? Covid I was still doing the podcast a few months into all the changes covid was bringing to the world in 2020 but as time went on it started to have a huge impact on my life as well. Work My job went into a shut down for several weeks but this wasn't the thing that had the biggest impact on the podcast. When I got back to work, however, things got a little crazy as we scrambled to make up for lost time. I started working very long days and extra days a week for months which left very little time for anything else. Wedding On top of the heavy work schedule we also found ourselves planning for my youngest daughters wedding in 2020. If anyone has ever married off a daughter you know the stress and preparation that can go into that. Ever see the movie "Father of the Bride" with Steve Martin? I can relate to it. Grandkids We found ourselves spending a lot of time with the grandkids as any grandparents would want to. Camping We bought a used camper parked in a seasonal lot in a nice local campground to have a little get away on a few weekends a year. It's a place where we can take the grandkids fishing and just sit around a campfire with friends to relax from time to time. Funeral In the last year I have lost my brother and my grandmother. Losing my brother was tough for a couple months and I was in charge of handling his memorial service. The hardest message I ever had to deliver. The Busyness of Life! All in All it was just a busy few months and it pulled me away from the podcast and even my homesteading pursuits for a while. The Homestead Continues To Slowly Transform The Food Forest I continued to very slowly work on the food forest I started the year before but didn't make a ton of progress. Started to build a few guilds around some of the trees planted there. Winter Aquaponics and Microgreens I did grow an abundance of food in my kitchen and office through the 2020/2021 winter by growing several trays of microgreens a week and even setting up an indoor aquaponics system which produced very well. A Long Road Ahead But It Will Be Worth It No doubt there were a few setbacks on my homesteading journey last year but we are pressing forward and made a few changes that are setting us in a direction we want to go. A New Website, a New Podcast and a Slightly New Direction Introducing Redemption Permaculture and the Redemption Permaculture Podcast Many of you may have noticed I made a change in websites. I shut down SmallTownHomestead.com and built a brand new website, RedemptionPermaculture.com This signifies the direction I'm taking my homestead and the focus of my journey. Permaculture has made the biggest impact in the way I homestead and I want that to be reflected in the branding of the website. But wait there's more! I Started the new website at the beginning of 2021 and have been busy writing over 100 information packed articles but a couple months ago I launched a brand new podcast that I haven't talked much about until now because I wanted to get a few episodes uploaded first. Introducing the Redemption Permaculture Podcast What I Will Be Talking About On Future Episodes of The New Podcast Modern Homesteading Through The Lens of Permaculture It will be a lot of the same but always with a permaculture twist.

Fellowship Lutheran Church GRACEcast
Overwhelmed by Busyness

Fellowship Lutheran Church GRACEcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 18:56


Pastor Alan Fox preaches on October 3, 2021 at Fellowship Lutheran Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. www.flctulsa.org www.facebook.com/flctulsa

The Career Refresh with Jill Griffin
The Myth of Busyness

The Career Refresh with Jill Griffin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 14:12


Busy is not the same as being productive. Busy is a buffer. In the episode, we'll discuss the root cause of busyness and the solution to fix it. Mentioned on the show: The Career Refresh, Episode 13, Perfectionism and Your Career Follow @jillGriffinOfficial on Instagram daily inspiration.Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for free content and strategies to refresh your career.