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All Home Care Matters
Quick Tips: Caring for a Loved One and Dealing with Resistance

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 8:20


Thank you for joining us for another Quick Tips episode of All Home Care Matters. Caring for a loved one comes with many challenges, one of them being resistance. Your loved one may resist your help, which can be frustrating as a caregiver. Today, we are going to be talking about dealing with resistance while caring for a loved one, as well as uncovering the reasons your loved one may be resisting accepting help in order to help you both work together better. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   According to New Wave Home Care, caring for a loved one undoubtedly adds a mixed bag of emotions to the caregiving process. Not only does assisting an aging family member make you witness to any challenges they face, but you maintain a personal and sometimes painful connection to them while also navigating the difficult world of senior health care and wellness. Perhaps one of the most disheartening circumstances as a caregiver is when your help goes unappreciated, or even worse, unwanted. In caring for an elderly family member, you might carry out tasks for your loved one without any acknowledgment or thanks.  Sometimes older adults flat out resist care altogether. It is not uncommon to witness your loved one reject the care of professional care services, or even protest against help offered by you or other members of your family.   If your loved one is resisting care, it can be harder for you to make sure they are safe and their needs are being met. Your loved one resisting or refusing care may annoy, exasperate, or anger you, but it is important to take a step back and evaluate the situation. Why are they resisting care? Try to look at things from your loved one's point of view instead of from a caregiver's perspective. Fallon Health says that from your perspective as a caregiver, it may seem that everything would be much better if only your loved one would stop being unreasonable and start cooperating. But the difficult behavior you see may actually be your loved one's attempt to keep control and maintain a sense of autonomy.   Look at the situation from your loved one's perspective. Whether physical or cognitive, decline can be accompanied by a strong sense of loss for the person experiencing it. As the ability to do things independently declines and dependence increases, frustration can grow.   Driving is a common pain point for many seniors and families. If you haven't dealt with a loved one who continues to drive long after it's advisable, then you probably know someone who has. The tangible and symbolic loss of independence that goes with giving up driving can be difficult to accept. Many refuse to look objectively at their driving, because they fear that they'll have to admit it's time to stop. And they recognize that, when they turn over the keys, their dependence on others will grow.   Driving is just one instance where your loved one eventually has to lose their independence. As they continue to need more and more help, they also continue to lose more and more of their independence. Oftentimes, your loved one isn't trying to resist you, but they are resisting losing their independence, and I think that is something we can all understand.   Now that you know why your loved one is resisting care, let's discuss how you can help your loved one when they do not want your help.   When caring for a loved one, it is important to continue to treat them with respect. You and your loved one are both going through a difficult time and there will most likely be times when you slip up and treat your loved one more like a child than someone with years of lived experience, and that's okay, but you should always try to make the effort to treat your loved one with respect. This goes both ways, though. Your loved one should treat you with respect. If this ever becomes an issue for you and your loved one, sit down and have a conversation with them about it and let them know how it makes you feel. You also have to be ready to own up to your own mistakes, apologize, and be ready to make the necessary changes to continue with your caring relationship.   When dealing with resistance, you should first evaluate what care your loved one needs. If you are providing more care than your loved one needs, pulling back and allowing them more independence may help your situation. If your loved one is able to do more for themselves, they may resist less.   The next thing to do is sit down with your loved one and asked them about their preferences. Mayo Clinic suggests asking if your loved one has a preference about which family member or what type of service provides care? While you might not be able to meet all of your loved one's wishes, it's important to take them into consideration. If your loved one has trouble understanding you, simplify your explanations and the decisions you expect them to make. Being involved in their own care decisions can help mitigate resistance, as well.   Mayo Clinic also tells us that to encourage cooperation, you might suggest a trial run. Don't ask your loved one to make a final decision about the kind of care they receive right away. A trial run will give a hesitant loved one a chance to test the waters and experience the benefits of assistance. Allowing them to make the decision also helps them maintain more of their independence.   If you are still experiencing resistance after trying the strategies we have discussed so far, try bringing in other family members or friends to assist you. Leaving the situation, even just for a few hours, may help your loved one be more cooperative, especially if you spend a lot of time together. Everyone needs a break at times and caregivers need breaks more than others to avoid caregiver burnout. For more information on caregiver burnout and for ways you can care for yourself while caring for others, visit our YouTube channel where we have a dedicated playlist for Caregiver Support.   The last strategy we are going to be covering today is bringing in a professional. According to Smith Life Home Care, professional medical practitioners or reliable family members, whom your aging loved ones admire and respect, can play a significant role in offering them perspective and insight. Ask your family physician or other reliable professionals to come over and talk to them and emphasize how the care will improve their quality of life as well as your peace of mind.   It is often seen that the seniors and caregivers become well-acquainted with each other after a point of time, and the elders start appreciating their company. But, to turn that into reality, you will need to give them time to learn how this new setup will be beneficial for them.   And, who else can explain it to them better than a doctor or professional they trust wholeheartedly? A professional can elevate their skepticism towards accepting care by explaining how a caregiver will speak their language and make their lonely hours relaxing and enjoyable.   Keep in mind that your loved one is experiencing a lot of changes. Needing your help can be tough for them. Remember to put yourself in their shoes and see how you would feel if you were no longer able to care for yourself. And above all, practice respect and kindness wherever you can.   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please share it with them.   Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.   Sources:   https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/caregivers/in-depth/caring-for-the-elderly/art-20048403   https://www.newwavehomecare.com/how-to-respond-to-an-elderly-loved-one-resisting-care/   https://www.fchp.org/caregiver-blog/2018/November/dealing-with-resistance.aspx   https://www.smithlifehomecare.com/how-to-extend-love-and-support-to-seniors-who-resist-care/        

MINDSET MAGIC & MANIFESTATION Podcast
158: START BEING THAT GIRL, STOP CARING WHAT OTHERS THINK, INTENTIONALLY CREATING HABITS THAT HELP YOU QUANTUM LEAP

MINDSET MAGIC & MANIFESTATION Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 17:02


In episode 158, Mikayla is finally sharing her thoughts on being "that girl" from the Tik Tok trends. She talks about next level self, rituals, routines. And the most important part -- stop caring what other people think. You'll leave this episode with several ideas for new practices for next level embodiment. Enjoy! In this episode: + Who is "that girl" + Routines are key + Scheduling + Fear of judgement SHOP MIKAYLA'S COURSES HERE: https://mikaylajai.mykajabi.com/store Mikayla Jai Youtube channel - subscribe here! Mikayla's Facebook Group - Join here! FREE MEDITATION HERE! Can't get enough? Check out the blog at mikaylajai.com and on Insta at Instagram.com/themikaylajai --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mikayla-arrington/support

The Unfiltered Motherhood Podcast
92. How I am Managing my ADHD

The Unfiltered Motherhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 31:02


In this week's episode, I am detailing how I am managing my ADHD. From medication, to vitamins to counseling - I am sharing it all! Whether you have ADHD or know someone who does OR maybe you don't fall under either category - this episode will still be SO beneficial to you! Listen in, mamas! Caring for yourself changes in every season and I've had to learn how to care for myself well in this new season of life. Our Sponsor: Kristen Carder, I have ADHDFocused: Focused is an all-inclusive monthly membership where Kristen teaches you how to feel better and create the life that you've always wanted… even with ADHD.Podcasts on ADHD:Adulting with ADHD (Thoughts from the couch podcast):https://www.carinocounseling.com/podcast/adulting-with-adhd-with-jamie-mclaughlinADHD In Women with Kristen Carderhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-unfiltered-motherhood-podcast/id1502444433?uo=4https://open.spotify.com/show/1cR08EsA1JD5msTP7C3QKUHow ADHD Effects Me:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-unfiltered-motherhood-podcast/id1502444433?uo=4https://open.spotify.com/show/1cR08EsA1JD5msTP7C3QKUCommon Misconceptions about ADHD with Christina Crowe:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-unfiltered-motherhood-podcast/id1502444433?uo=4https://open.spotify.com/show/1cR08EsA1JD5msTP7C3QKU

Mach.Dich.Frei. - DER Unternehmer-Freiheitspodcast mit Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg

Herzensbusiness - keine Sorge, das hat aus unserer Sicht gar nichts mit Esoterik zu tun. Hat Business denn überhaupt mit Emotionen zu tun? Bewirb dich jetzt auf ein kostenloses Erstberatungsgespräch: https://www.zeitautomat.com/termin Geh unbedingt auch auf den zu dieser Folge gehörenden Blogbeitrag mit hilfreichen Linkempfehlungen und zu den Buchtipps auf unserem Erfolgsblog zeitautomat.com unter dem Link:    https://zeitautomat.com/728 Diese Podcastfolge gibt es auch als VIDEO:        https://youtu.be/GJtiXYxBFrY Hol dir ein GESCHENK von uns unter diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/geschenk Zum neuen Unternehmer-BUCH von Dr. Susanne Vornweg kommst du mit diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/derunfairevorteil Hier der Link zu unserer kostenlosen Videofallstudie und Möglichkeit der Terminabsprache zum Erstgespräch mit uns: https://zeitautomat.com/termin Wir ermitteln dort gemeinsam mit dir, ob wir für dich einen großen Unterschied in deinem Wachstum hin zu mehr Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung machen können. Wir freuen uns, dich kennen zu lernen! Des Weiteren: Zur Anmeldung zum kostenlosen Zeitautomat LIFESTYLE-CHECK und Aufnahme in den Newsletter einfach diesen Link benutzen: https://zeitautomat.com/lifestylecheck   ALLE wichtigen weiteren Links zu uns findest du HIER: https://zeitautomat.com/wir PS: Deine Rezensionen auf iTunes sind uns sehr wichtig! Bitte nimm dir die Zeit und gib uns ein Feedback! Wir freuen uns über jede Rückmeldung und natürlich auch ganz besonders über eine 5-Sterne Bewertung, damit wir mehr Menschen inspirieren können! Du bist gerade am Smartphone oder Tablet? Dann kannst du uns am schnellsten eben eine Bewertung und eine Rezension hinterlassen, indem du auf diesen Link klickst: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1248928121  Hier erfährst du, wenn du noch nicht weißt, wie das genau geht: http://bit.ly/2ungs3U Sharing is Caring! Wir freuen uns auch sehr, wenn du unsere Beiträge teilst!​ Für inspirierende Gedanken abonniere doch auch unsere Facebookseite des #Freiheitspodcasts hier: https://www.facebook.com/freiheitspodcast/ Oder folge uns auf INSTAGRAM hier: https://www.instagram.com/freiheitspodcast/ Erfolg ohne Freiheit ist Misserfolg. Freiheit kann man erschaffen. Jeder. Im Freiheitspodcast Mach.Dich.Frei. von Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg lernst du in einzelnen Storys und inspirierenden Interviews die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews, welchen Stellenwert die Freiheit für erfolgreiche Unternehmer zunehmend gewinnt, um dauerhaft frei und erfolgreich zu bleiben. Wie sie die richtige Einstellung zum Erfolg gefunden haben, wie sie echte Freiheit generieren und weshalb ihnen das so wichtig ist. Das Hamsterrad ist kein Erfolgskriterium. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um in Freiheit viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen zu führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander in Freiheit vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben. Wirklich frei und unabhängig sein. Viele Storys sind inspiriert von Persönlichkeiten wie Sir Richard Branson, T. Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, John Lee Dumas, Tim Ferriss, Bodo Schäfer, Dirk Kreuter, Alex Fischer, Gerd Kommer, Thomas Knedel, Gerald Hörhan, Christoph Juhn. Spannend für Selbständige, Freiberufler, angestellte Führungskräfte, Jungunternehmer und Unternehmensgründer, alle Menschen, denen die persönliche Freiheit wichtig ist, die nicht weiterhin Zeit gegen Geld tauschen und nicht für die Träume anderer arbeiten wollen. Mach.Dich.Frei. – Wir helfen dir dabei! ☺

I Will Read for You: The Voice and Writings of Jaiya John

Reading a selection titled, Dear Caring One, from my book, Legendary: A Tribute to Those Who Honorably Serve Devalued Children. My new book, Fragrance After Rain, and all my books, are available online at booksellers worldwide, in both hardcover and softcover. Thank you for posting your copies on Instagram, tagging #jaiyajohn, encouraging others to purchase, posting readings of your favorite passages, and sharing online book reviews. My whole heart cries Grateful. jaiyajohn.com...  Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/jaiyajohn)

Outlook
Caring for my mum & the secrets of her sickness

Outlook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 40:16


After a lifetime of caring for her sick mother, Helen Naylor began to suspect that her mum had a very rare condition called Munchausen's Syndrome, a psychological disorder where according to the NHS, "someone pretends to be ill or deliberately produces symptoms of illness in themselves. Their main intention is to assume the "sick role" so that people care for them and they are the centre of attention." All through Helen's childhood her mother, Elinor, would stay in bed most of the time while Helen looked after her. Helen accepted that she would always be her mother's carer but after she died in 2016, Helen decided she needed to find out more about her mother and her own childhood so she started conducting her own investigation. Helen has written a book called My Mother, Munchausen's and Me: a true story of betrayal and a shocking family secret. Get in touch: outlook@bbc.com Presenter: Jo Fidgen Producer: Tom Harding Assinder and Rebecca Vincent (Photo: Helen Naylor and her mother Elinor. Credit: Helen Naylor)

Curse Free GaryVee
How to Stop Caring What Other People Think of You in 2022

Curse Free GaryVee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 10:10


Today's episode is all about knowing yourself and being comfortable with outside opinions. During my career, thousands of people have tried to tell me I got lucky, I got it handed to me, but they don't know my story and its not my job to convince them. I want you to have the same mindset in 2022. Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Checkout my new co-hosted podcast with DraftKing's founder--Matt Kalish on all things sports, business, and alternative investing: https://linktr.ee/propsanddropspod

You Were Made for This
141: One Simple Way to Brighten Someone's Day

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 12:23


You will brighten someone's day when you initiate with them, letting them know you're thinking about them, and wondering how they are doing. Simple acts like this go a long way to deepening a relationship. Listen in. Help Needed Before we get into today's show I could use your help with something. I've been asked to give a Zoom presentation at the end of February to the Legacy Coalition, a Christian Grandparenting organization. It's not finalized yet, but I think I'm going to give a talk on memories that Grandparents can create for their grandchildren. As part of this, I would so like to share any memories you are willing to share of memories your grandparents created for you. They can be from when you were a child, or as an adult. It would be interesting and encouraging to hear any stories like this from you. It might even turn into a future podcast episode. Please send it to me in an email to john [at]caringforothers [dot]org. On to today's program. A relational word to focus on for 2022 Have you ever had one of those gray, dull days where things going on in your life match the dreary overcast weather of the middle of winter? But then suddenly out of nowhere, something happens to lift your spirits? Today's episode is about something simple we can do to brighten someone's day, which in turn will brighten our own. Because of several unrelated texts and emails, I stumbled upon one simple way to brighten another person's day. Here it is: initiate with someone. Yes, initiate. I know some of you like coming up with a word or goal to focus on for the new year. If that's the case with you, “initiate” would be a good choice. Initiate by taking the first step in connecting with someone. Here's the first example I stumbled upon Back in December of last year, there was a horrific display of evil in our community. It even made the national news here in the US. During an annual Christmas parade through the quaint downtown of Waukesha, Wisconsin, a man drove his SUV right down the middle of the parade. Starting from the rear, he plowed through marching bands, other parade participants, and spectators. Six people were killed, including an 8-year old boy. Over 60 others were injured and hospitalized. It was horrible. This happened on a Sunday. The next day the school was canceled in Waukesha. One of the donors to the sponsor of this podcast, Caring for Others, has a high school senior in that school system. I happen to know this young man through his parents and I wondered if he was affected by this trauma. A text to initiate contact So without giving it a second thought I texted him with this: ME: I am thinking about you today, given the Christmas parade tragedy of yesterday. I heard school is canceled today. I'm wondering how you're doing with all that happened. Did you know anyone who was hurt? HIM: I'm doing okay, thank you for thinking of me. I wasn't at the parade but I know people who saw it happen and everyone's a little stressed about it. I know one person who got hit by the SUV but no serious injuries on his part. ME: I'm glad to hear you're okay. It's certainly a terrible tragedy, certainly for those injured or worse, and for those like your friends who saw it happen. HIM: Yeah, thank you for checking on me though it means a lot. I was a little surprised at first that my simple spur-of-the-moment text meant a lot to him. But as I re-read his reply to my text it struck me how he appreciated the fact I was thinking of him in the context of this terrible event. Thinking about what he might be dealing with prompted me to initiate with him through a simple text. Who of us wouldn't feel good knowing someone else was thinking about us in the midst of a difficult situation. A second example of initiating to brighten someone's day Last Thanksgiving our daughter living in South Carolina was in a particularly grateful mood and sent me a text that read I am thankful for you and all your support this year. Thanks for checking in on me so many times this fall. It really meant a lot to me to know you were thinking about me. There it is again, this theme of initiating with a person that starts with simply thinking about the person and checking in on them. Thanksgiving without your wife Around the same time I got the text from my daughter I was thinking about my missionary friend, Martin. I talked about him in episodes 071 and 072 concerning the sudden death of his wife. I was thinking about him last November because it was going to be his second Thanksgiving without her. So I called to wish him a Happy Thanksgiving. My call went to voice mail, but within a few hours he responded to me in a text: Hi John, thank you for reaching out and thinking of us. Serena's godmother from Germany is visiting and celebrating Thanksgiving with us. That's a blessing. Hope you have a good Thanksgiving as well!! A voice from the past initiated with Janet and me Here's the last example of how to brighten someone's day. On November 10th of last year, Janet and I were traveling and in the evening I checked our voicemail at home. To my astonishment, there was a message from Margaret, a friend from over 50 years ago we had lost contact with. She remembered our daughter's birthday was coming up the next day, November 11th - Veteran's Day, and that prompted her to track us down after all these years have passed. Her remembering our daughter's birthday, made her think of us, and that prompted her to contact Janet and me. Her initiating with us like this certainly brightened our day and has led to several follow-up phone calls between the three of us. Sadly it's been just the three of us talking because her wonderful husband died two years ago. I won't go any further now to describe this remarkable re-connection. It deserves a podcast episode of its own at a later date. So what does all this mean for YOU? The more I think of these examples I've shared, and others I haven't, they remind me of how Jesus initiates with us. His incarnation at Christmas was him coming to be with us, so one day we can go to be with him. They remind me of the story of Jesus initiating with the woman at the well. He went out of his way to be with her, even though she was so very different from him. She was a woman, he's a man. Jesus' followers at the time looked down upon her.. Yet Jesus initiated with her anyway, which in a very powerful way, brightened her day. Read the story in John 4; it's all there. Given that we are all created in the image of God, when we initiate well with people, without any motive for personal gain, we reflect the character of God. And in doing so, we will find fulfillment in being the person God created us to be. I wonder who are the people in your life you could bless by initiating with them? Maybe even someone from your distant past. I know if you were to ask God who these people are He would show you. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode To brighten someone's day, check-in with them to let them know you are thinking about them and wondering how they are doing. For when you brighten someone's day, you'll brighten your own. It's what we're all made for. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. You can leave them in the “Leave a Comment” box at the bottom of the show notes. Closing In closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to think about the people you could initiate with, and then act on that thought. It would be one way to find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. Related episodes you may want to listen to 071: How to Help a Grieving Friend 072: What I Learned From a Grieving Friend Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of people like you to pay our bills.  If you'd like to support what we do with a secure tax-deductible donation, please click here. Thank you.  

Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI Radio in New York
Dr. Mark Vonnegut on The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics

Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI Radio in New York

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 54:40


(1/18/22) There is a lot more to Mark Vonnegut than simply being the son of an iconic author. As a pediatrician, Dr. Vonnegut has spent 40 years treating children for coughs, fevers, ear infections or whatever the job calls for. His new book, The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics, is a look back at his career but also the myriad ways that the US medical system has changed in that time. Join us for a journey into the heart of caring in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.

Turmeric and Tequila
127. Year in Review: 2021 AND Year in Preview: 2022

Turmeric and Tequila

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 116:39


“The price of greatness is responsibility.” ― Winston Churchill Happy New Year- we are HERE! That means you know what time it is… time to welcome back BFF and fellow business boss, Ashley Knight, to the T&T mic to do our annual “Year In Review” podcast! Ashley and I have been very intentional about personal evolution over that past couple years and I have even leaned specifically into mission driven humans for my business, KO Alliance, LLC and this podcast, of course. SO, I wanted recap 2021 and then really highlight our personal intentions and goals for 2022. Given the current landscape of our world, there is no better time than now to fully embrace personal responsibility and all the things we CAN control.  This is not about religion, politics, or resolutions, it's about facilitating an attainable, sustainable, intentional, and inspiring vision for ourselves as individuals. If we can all dial ourselves in individually, perhaps collectively we can move the world in the right direction. We hope that the T&T Review + Preview: Intentions/ Goals Worksheet below offers you an opportunity to pause for your own self-reflection and intentions for this gift we call time, in this new year! Cheers, XO. Highlights: Popping bottles… sort of. Balance, personal responsibility, happiness, growth, evolution, and accountability. 2021, mostly 2022. Current events, hope, aspirations, and choice. Selfcare, pro tips, and community. Good laughs, good friends, good grace:)   Ashley Knight  Ashley Simone Knight is an Esthetician, Model, and Colorado native. She started modeling when she was 20 and gained her experience in the growing Colorado market. She has been an Esthetician for the past 6 years and has recently evolved from working at various spas and salons to starting her own business. Ashley loves balance: Caring for others as a Skin Care Therapist, imparting all of the lessons she's learned to others who are navigating life in her industries, as well as dancing and singing karaoke @theashleysimone @4youeyesonlyesthetics   T&T 2021 &T Review + Preview: Intentions/ Goals Worksheet 2021: In 2021 I was (one word)  2 blessings in 2021 2 challenges I overcame 2 points of personal growth 2 points of professional growth 2 things I appreciate about last year 2 ways I was kind to myself/ self-care 2 people I am grateful for 2022: In 2022 I will be (one word) 2 thing I hope for in 2022 and what am I doing to make them happen? 2 points of personal growth I am aiming for and how will I achieve them? 2 points of professional growth for 2022 and how will I achieve them? 2 ways I will be kind to myself this year? 2 goals/intentions for 2022 Any tracking tools or points of accountability? Statements: I believe: I will achieve: I see myself as: I choose to be (one word): I am worthy of: I am: 2022 Mission Statement: … Connect with T&T: IG: @TurmericTequila Facebook: @TurmericAndTequila Website: www.TurmericAndTequila.com   Host: Kristen Olson IG: @Madonnashero Tik Tok: @Madonnashero  Email: Info@KOAlliance.com Website: www.KOAlliance.com    

Mach.Dich.Frei. - DER Unternehmer-Freiheitspodcast mit Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg

BUSINESS - ist natürlich nicht immer nur aufregend, sondern kann bisweilen auch recht langweilig sein. Weshalb beides Erfolg bedeuten kann... Bewirb dich jetzt auf ein kostenloses Erstberatungsgespräch: https://www.zeitautomat.com/termin Geh unbedingt auch auf den zu dieser Folge gehörenden Blogbeitrag mit hilfreichen Linkempfehlungen und zu den Buchtipps auf unserem Erfolgsblog zeitautomat.com unter dem Link:    https://zeitautomat.com/727 Diese Podcastfolge gibt es auch als VIDEO:        https://youtu.be/KtFe59ugnYQ Hol dir ein GESCHENK von uns unter diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/geschenk Zum neuen Unternehmer-BUCH von Dr. Susanne Vornweg kommst du mit diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/derunfairevorteil Hier der Link zu unserer kostenlosen Videofallstudie und Möglichkeit der Terminabsprache zum Erstgespräch mit uns: https://zeitautomat.com/termin Wir ermitteln dort gemeinsam mit dir, ob wir für dich einen großen Unterschied in deinem Wachstum hin zu mehr Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung machen können. Wir freuen uns, dich kennen zu lernen! Des Weiteren: Zur Anmeldung zum kostenlosen Zeitautomat LIFESTYLE-CHECK und Aufnahme in den Newsletter einfach diesen Link benutzen: https://zeitautomat.com/lifestylecheck   ALLE wichtigen weiteren Links zu uns findest du HIER: https://zeitautomat.com/wir PS: Deine Rezensionen auf iTunes sind uns sehr wichtig! Bitte nimm dir die Zeit und gib uns ein Feedback! Wir freuen uns über jede Rückmeldung und natürlich auch ganz besonders über eine 5-Sterne Bewertung, damit wir mehr Menschen inspirieren können! Du bist gerade am Smartphone oder Tablet? Dann kannst du uns am schnellsten eben eine Bewertung und eine Rezension hinterlassen, indem du auf diesen Link klickst: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1248928121  Hier erfährst du, wenn du noch nicht weißt, wie das genau geht: http://bit.ly/2ungs3U Sharing is Caring! Wir freuen uns auch sehr, wenn du unsere Beiträge teilst!​ Für inspirierende Gedanken abonniere doch auch unsere Facebookseite des #Freiheitspodcasts hier: https://www.facebook.com/freiheitspodcast/ Oder folge uns auf INSTAGRAM hier: https://www.instagram.com/freiheitspodcast/ Erfolg ohne Freiheit ist Misserfolg. Freiheit kann man erschaffen. Jeder. Im Freiheitspodcast Mach.Dich.Frei. von Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg lernst du in einzelnen Storys und inspirierenden Interviews die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews, welchen Stellenwert die Freiheit für erfolgreiche Unternehmer zunehmend gewinnt, um dauerhaft frei und erfolgreich zu bleiben. Wie sie die richtige Einstellung zum Erfolg gefunden haben, wie sie echte Freiheit generieren und weshalb ihnen das so wichtig ist. Das Hamsterrad ist kein Erfolgskriterium. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um in Freiheit viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen zu führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander in Freiheit vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben. Wirklich frei und unabhängig sein. Viele Storys sind inspiriert von Persönlichkeiten wie Sir Richard Branson, T. Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, John Lee Dumas, Tim Ferriss, Bodo Schäfer, Dirk Kreuter, Alex Fischer, Gerd Kommer, Thomas Knedel, Gerald Hörhan, Christoph Juhn. Spannend für Selbständige, Freiberufler, angestellte Führungskräfte, Jungunternehmer und Unternehmensgründer, alle Menschen, denen die persönliche Freiheit wichtig ist, die nicht weiterhin Zeit gegen Geld tauschen und nicht für die Träume anderer arbeiten wollen. Mach.Dich.Frei. – Wir helfen dir dabei! ☺

AboutCONSENT™
EP 33 Stopping & Helping Those Surviving Trafficking in 2022

AboutCONSENT™

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 37:07


Episode 33- About Consent Podcast "Stopping & Helping Those Surviving Trafficking in 2022" with Sadhvi Siddhali Shree and Sadhvi Anubhuti Show Notes0:00- Episode Intro0:38- Introduction of guests 2:30- Stopping Traffic film  4:40- Bringing in support for Stopping Traffic 8:26- Caring for yourself/mental wellness while doing this work 11:12- Vision for the film/overview 14:25- Creating Stopping Traffic Non-profit 15:25- AD BREAK 16:13- Impact of trafficking and next film 21:00- Supporting survivors of trafficking  22:27- Plans for next film 26:00- How people can support Stopping Traffic  33:55- Closing  Links Mentioned: https://stoppingtrafficfilm.comhttps://stoppingtraffic.orgThis episode was brought to you by CONSENTparenting™Learn more at consentparenting.com

BROADly Speaking
Is It Caring Or Is It Karening?

BROADly Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 30:54


You're just trying to help, but how can you tell if you're really caring or if you're actually being a KAREN? Davi's got a story about a specific situation that happened in a store that set one dad off...you tell us, is it caring or is it Karening? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Gospel Underground Podcast
Episode 120 - Feeding and Caring for the Body

The Gospel Underground Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 51:21


Links Referenced A Guide to Fasting by Scott Jones https://www.jacobswellnj.org/articles/post/a-guide-to-fasting What would Jesus Eat by Doug Ponder https://cfc.sebts.edu/faith-and-culture/what-would-jesus-eat/The Practice of Rest by Jesse Furey - http://www.vbcradford.com/sermons/2022/1/9/the-practice-of-rest Books Referenced Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard https://www.amazon.com/Spirit-Disciplines-Understanding-Changes-Lives/dp/0060694424/ Embodied by Gregg Allison https://www.amazon.com/Embodied-Living-Whole-People-Fractured/dp/1540900053/ Scriptures Referenced 1 Timothy 4:7, 8 “Have nothing to do with irreverent, silly myths. Rather train yourself for godliness; for whole bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come.”Proverbs 23:20-21 Be not among drunkards or among gluttonous eaters of meat, for the drunkard and the glutton will come to poverty, and slumber will clothe them with rags.Matthew 11:28-30 “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast
Charlie Korin Pokorny: Caring for the Dharma of Suchness

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 46:40


Korin Charlie Pokorny introduces us to three intertwining aspects of how to care for the dharma of suchness: embodied practice realization, inquiry, and communal relational practice. He invites us to care for the dharma of suchness rather than efforting to attain anything. He asks us to allow it to “bring us to practice and to help us through […]

The OT Lifestyle Movement
69 – Deep Listening: Not A Soft Skill

The OT Lifestyle Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 18:48


While listening is recognised as a ‘soft skill’, I think it is anything but that. It’s hard. To deeply listen to our clients and their needs, wants, dreams and desires it takes a certain level of humility. The humility to pay attention. The humility to see life through their lens. The humility to recognise when … 69 – Deep Listening: Not A Soft Skill Read More »

Mach.Dich.Frei. - DER Unternehmer-Freiheitspodcast mit Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg

Angst überwinden - bei jedem Schritt persönlichen Wachstums geht es auch immer um dieses Thema. Wie helfen, diese Herausforderung zu meistern. Bewirb dich jetzt auf ein kostenloses Erstberatungsgespräch: https://www.zeitautomat.com/termin Geh unbedingt auch auf den zu dieser Folge gehörenden Blogbeitrag mit hilfreichen Linkempfehlungen und zu den Buchtipps auf unserem Erfolgsblog zeitautomat.com unter dem Link:    https://zeitautomat.com/726 Diese Podcastfolge gibt es auch als VIDEO:        https://youtu.be/plWWkYqr28E Hol dir ein GESCHENK von uns unter diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/geschenk Zum neuen Unternehmer-BUCH von Dr. Susanne Vornweg kommst du mit diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/derunfairevorteil Hier der Link zu unserer kostenlosen Videofallstudie und Möglichkeit der Terminabsprache zum Erstgespräch mit uns: https://zeitautomat.com/termin Wir ermitteln dort gemeinsam mit dir, ob wir für dich einen großen Unterschied in deinem Wachstum hin zu mehr Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung machen können. Wir freuen uns, dich kennen zu lernen! Des Weiteren: Zur Anmeldung zum kostenlosen Zeitautomat LIFESTYLE-CHECK und Aufnahme in den Newsletter einfach diesen Link benutzen: https://zeitautomat.com/lifestylecheck   ALLE wichtigen weiteren Links zu uns findest du HIER: https://zeitautomat.com/wir PS: Deine Rezensionen auf iTunes sind uns sehr wichtig! Bitte nimm dir die Zeit und gib uns ein Feedback! Wir freuen uns über jede Rückmeldung und natürlich auch ganz besonders über eine 5-Sterne Bewertung, damit wir mehr Menschen inspirieren können! Du bist gerade am Smartphone oder Tablet? Dann kannst du uns am schnellsten eben eine Bewertung und eine Rezension hinterlassen, indem du auf diesen Link klickst: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1248928121  Hier erfährst du, wenn du noch nicht weißt, wie das genau geht: http://bit.ly/2ungs3U Sharing is Caring! Wir freuen uns auch sehr, wenn du unsere Beiträge teilst!​ Für inspirierende Gedanken abonniere doch auch unsere Facebookseite des #Freiheitspodcasts hier: https://www.facebook.com/freiheitspodcast/ Oder folge uns auf INSTAGRAM hier: https://www.instagram.com/freiheitspodcast/ Erfolg ohne Freiheit ist Misserfolg. Freiheit kann man erschaffen. Jeder. Im Freiheitspodcast Mach.Dich.Frei. von Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg lernst du in einzelnen Storys und inspirierenden Interviews die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews, welchen Stellenwert die Freiheit für erfolgreiche Unternehmer zunehmend gewinnt, um dauerhaft frei und erfolgreich zu bleiben. Wie sie die richtige Einstellung zum Erfolg gefunden haben, wie sie echte Freiheit generieren und weshalb ihnen das so wichtig ist. Das Hamsterrad ist kein Erfolgskriterium. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um in Freiheit viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen zu führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander in Freiheit vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben. Wirklich frei und unabhängig sein. Viele Storys sind inspiriert von Persönlichkeiten wie Sir Richard Branson, T. Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, John Lee Dumas, Tim Ferriss, Bodo Schäfer, Dirk Kreuter, Alex Fischer, Gerd Kommer, Thomas Knedel, Gerald Hörhan, Christoph Juhn. Spannend für Selbständige, Freiberufler, angestellte Führungskräfte, Jungunternehmer und Unternehmensgründer, alle Menschen, denen die persönliche Freiheit wichtig ist, die nicht weiterhin Zeit gegen Geld tauschen und nicht für die Träume anderer arbeiten wollen. Mach.Dich.Frei. – Wir helfen dir dabei! ☺

7 Good Minutes Daily Self-Improvement Podcast with Clyde Lee Dennis
How To Stop Caring What Other People Think About You

7 Good Minutes Daily Self-Improvement Podcast with Clyde Lee Dennis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 6:35


In this episode, we get a few great tips on how to stop caring what other people think about you and why you should.Go to https://7goodminutes.com/podcast/what-other-people-think-about-you for full show notes.Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share it with a friend or two!

The Good Dirt
74. Nurturing a Dream: Caring for the Land and Community with Ashli Johnson and Lisa Hinton of Old Westminster Winery

The Good Dirt

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 43:40


Where does land stewardship and regeneration, natural wine production, sustainable farming practices and local community collaboration come together? On today's episode of The Good Dirt, Mary and Emma talk with sisters Lisa Hinton and Ashli Johnson of Old Westminster Winery in Westminster, Maryland. Their story begins in 2008; when the family was unable to sell their farm, they united instead behind a vision of preserving it and putting the land into a thriving, sustainable and regenerative operation. They agreed that growing and making wines was an idea worth pursuing, and thus the dream of planting a vineyard was born.  Ten years later, Lisa, Ashli, and their brother Drew, are on a mission to craft distinctive wines with a sense of place. Through trial and error, and in collaboration  with other growers to proudly represent their region and it's beautiful varieties, they have been able to develop a style of wine linked to the land and the seasons in an intimate and intentional way. Hand-harvesting 30,000 bottles annually,  their wines are alive, vibrant, and uniquely local. With a holistic approach to sustainability, this family business is all about creating a great product while taking care of their land and their community. This is truly a good dirt story!  Listen to the episode onhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-good-dirt/id1492217846 ( Apple Podcasts),https://open.spotify.com/show/2lpelAmHPGbMVdOOpxhxTo ( Spotify),https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-good-dirt-981565 ( Podchaser),https://podtail.com/en/podcast/the-good-dirt/ ( Podtail), or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: Grape Varieties  Natural Wines Chardonnay  Muscat  Chardonel  Albarino Cabernet Franc Maryland Wineries Land Stewardship  Terroir - to mean “a sense of place.” Essentially, terroir encompasses all of the factors that go into producing wine grapes in a vineyard, from the climate to the soil to the elevation.  Source via jjbuckley fine wines.  Resources Mentioned:  https://www.burnthill.farm (Burnt Hill Farm) https://www.farmers.gov/working-with-us/h2a-visa-program (H-2A Visa Program) Migrash Farms  https://almanac.lady-farmer.com (The Almanac ) Guest Info Connect with Ashli and Lisa at https://www.oldwestminster.com (Old Westminster Winery ) Follow Old Westminster on https://www.instagram.com/oldwestminsterwinery/?hl=en (Instagram) Follow Us: https://lady-farmer.com/blogs/the-good-dirt-podcast (Our Website) @weareladyfarmer on https://www.instagram.com/thegooddirtph/ (Instagram) Original music by John Kingsley @jkingsley1026 Statements in this podcast have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not to be considered as medical or nutritional advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and should not be considered above the advice of your physician. Consult a medical professional when making dietary or lifestyle decisions that could affect your health and well being.

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories
219. Caring Crew: a meditation and story for kids

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 18:55


Grateful for the party Dragon hosted, the forest animals sneak into Dragon's cave and clean up while Dragon naps.

Gap Year For Grown-Ups
Tom Peters on [B]OLDLY Turning 80: His Childhood, His Passion, His Anger, His Mission

Gap Year For Grown-Ups

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 48:09


Debbie talks to legendary business author and speaker Tom Peters.  And if you're wondering why she's interviewing a business management guru, it's because Tom exemplifies the new name of the podcast: [B]OLDER. I.e. getting bolder as you grow older. Tom is the co-author of In Search of Excellence, which was published 40 years ago and is considered one of the most influential business books ever written. The book makes the argument that excellent companies treat their employees with respect. They put people first. That was a more unusual perspective four decades ago than it is now.Tom is known for his brash delivery and has been happily haranguing audiences and readers for decades with his philosophy of people first.  In 2017 he received the Thinkers50 Lifetime Achievement Award. He also coined the term Personal Branding.And he's not stopping, even as he turns 80.In this conversation, he reflects on excellence and teamwork; passion, outrage and why they are the most important quality in a good speaker; his love for research and data and the concept of compassionomics. He also gets personal, opening up about his childhood and his mother's influence and reiterating why he is not done yet.He's as fanatical as ever and you'll hear Debbie occasionally interrupting or trying to interrupt him in this conversation. Not something Debbie normally does but Tom's Director of Programs, Shelley Dolley, encouraged her to do so. His most recent book, Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism,  is more relevant now than ever with its emphasis on creating a humane workplace. It's his eighteenth book and it may be his last, he tells Debbie. Much of his written and speech material is available—free to download—at tompeters.com and excellencenow.com.Enjoy a spirited and wide-ranging conversation with a legendary thinker.  Mentioned in this episode or useful:TomPeters.comTom Peters on TwitterIn Search of Excellence: Lessons from America's Best-Run Companies by Tom Peters and Bob Waterman (​​Harper Business; Reprint edition 2006)Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism by Tom Peters (Networlding Publishing, March 2021)Complete listing of Tom's booksThe Brand Called You by Tom Peters (Fast Company, August 31 1997)Tom Peters remembers Bob Waterman (who died Jan. 2, 2022)Debbie's Cool Friends interview with Tom Peters (2008)Susan Sargent (married to Tom Peters)Rebecca Eaton - Masterpiece TheaterMcKinsey & CoThe Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business by Duff McDonald (​​Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition 2014)The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite by Duff McDonald (Harper Business; Reprint edition 2017)Tickled: A Commonsense Guide to the Present Moment by Duff McDonald (Harper; 2021)Dopesick (TV Mini Series 2021)Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe (Doubleday; 2021)Should Women Rule? (The Atlantic, November 2008)Compassionomics - The WebsiteCompassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference by Stephen Trzeciack and Anthony Mazzarelli (Studer Group; 2019)Amazon.com: The Social Psychology of Organizing by Karl E. Weick (McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 1979)Thomas Keneally, the Australian writer Tom has been enjoying recently Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide.Connect with me:Twitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: thegapyearpodcast@gmail.com- DebbieWe Are Looking For a SponsorIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil.Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEASupport this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or SpotifyCredits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast websiteMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake

Inspired Stewardship
Episode 1045: Not Caring About Money is Stupid

Inspired Stewardship

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 7:57


In today's episode about investing in others through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about why not caring about money doesn't make you holy.  I share why caring and loving money aren't the same thing.  I also share some reasons you may not care about money and why you should.   Show Notes and Resources.

Chameleon Academy Podcast with Bill Strand
Caring for Egg-Laying Female Chameleons

Chameleon Academy Podcast with Bill Strand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 18:30


Today we are going to talk about the kind of special care a female egg laying chameleon needs. My name is Bill Strand and my job here is to help you learn the latest in chameleon husbandry techniques and philosophy. Welcome to season seven of the Chameleon Academy Podcast!

Mach.Dich.Frei. - DER Unternehmer-Freiheitspodcast mit Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg

"Kennst du deinen Wert?" Nicht jeder Unternehmer und Gründer kann diese Frage tatsächlich auf Anhieb beantworten. Was für ein Verlust... Bewirb dich jetzt auf ein kostenloses Erstberatungsgespräch: https://www.zeitautomat.com/termin Geh unbedingt auch auf den zu dieser Folge gehörenden Blogbeitrag mit hilfreichen Linkempfehlungen und zu den Buchtipps auf unserem Erfolgsblog zeitautomat.com unter dem Link:    https://zeitautomat.com/725 Diese Podcastfolge gibt es auch als VIDEO:        https://youtu.be/ZTZHZfbtFzM Hol dir ein GESCHENK von uns unter diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/geschenk Zum neuen Unternehmer-BUCH von Dr. Susanne Vornweg kommst du mit diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/derunfairevorteil Hier der Link zu unserer kostenlosen Videofallstudie und Möglichkeit der Terminabsprache zum Erstgespräch mit uns: https://zeitautomat.com/termin Wir ermitteln dort gemeinsam mit dir, ob wir für dich einen großen Unterschied in deinem Wachstum hin zu mehr Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung machen können. Wir freuen uns, dich kennen zu lernen! Des Weiteren: Zur Anmeldung zum kostenlosen Zeitautomat LIFESTYLE-CHECK und Aufnahme in den Newsletter einfach diesen Link benutzen: https://zeitautomat.com/lifestylecheck   ALLE wichtigen weiteren Links zu uns findest du HIER: https://zeitautomat.com/wir PS: Deine Rezensionen auf iTunes sind uns sehr wichtig! Bitte nimm dir die Zeit und gib uns ein Feedback! Wir freuen uns über jede Rückmeldung und natürlich auch ganz besonders über eine 5-Sterne Bewertung, damit wir mehr Menschen inspirieren können! Du bist gerade am Smartphone oder Tablet? Dann kannst du uns am schnellsten eben eine Bewertung und eine Rezension hinterlassen, indem du auf diesen Link klickst: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1248928121  Hier erfährst du, wenn du noch nicht weißt, wie das genau geht: http://bit.ly/2ungs3U Sharing is Caring! Wir freuen uns auch sehr, wenn du unsere Beiträge teilst!​ Für inspirierende Gedanken abonniere doch auch unsere Facebookseite des #Freiheitspodcasts hier: https://www.facebook.com/freiheitspodcast/ Oder folge uns auf INSTAGRAM hier: https://www.instagram.com/freiheitspodcast/ Erfolg ohne Freiheit ist Misserfolg. Freiheit kann man erschaffen. Jeder. Im Freiheitspodcast Mach.Dich.Frei. von Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg lernst du in einzelnen Storys und inspirierenden Interviews die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews, welchen Stellenwert die Freiheit für erfolgreiche Unternehmer zunehmend gewinnt, um dauerhaft frei und erfolgreich zu bleiben. Wie sie die richtige Einstellung zum Erfolg gefunden haben, wie sie echte Freiheit generieren und weshalb ihnen das so wichtig ist. Das Hamsterrad ist kein Erfolgskriterium. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um in Freiheit viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen zu führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander in Freiheit vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben. Wirklich frei und unabhängig sein. Viele Storys sind inspiriert von Persönlichkeiten wie Sir Richard Branson, T. Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, John Lee Dumas, Tim Ferriss, Bodo Schäfer, Dirk Kreuter, Alex Fischer, Gerd Kommer, Thomas Knedel, Gerald Hörhan, Christoph Juhn. Spannend für Selbständige, Freiberufler, angestellte Führungskräfte, Jungunternehmer und Unternehmensgründer, alle Menschen, denen die persönliche Freiheit wichtig ist, die nicht weiterhin Zeit gegen Geld tauschen und nicht für die Träume anderer arbeiten wollen. Mach.Dich.Frei. – Wir helfen dir dabei! ☺

Partnering Leadership
Secrets Of Navy SEAL Performance and Attributes as Drivers of Optimal Human Performance with Ex-Navy SEAL Commander Rich Diviney |Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 47:18


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Rich Diviney, author of The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance. Rich Diviney is a retired Navy SEAL commander with 20+ years of experience as a Navy SEAL Officer, having completed more than thirteen overseas deployments, including serving as the officer in charge of training for a specialized command. During his service, Rich Diviney was intimately involved in the highly specialized SEAL selection process and spearheaded the creation of a directorate that fused physical, mental, and emotional disciplines. Since his retirement, Rich Diviney has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant with the Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute and Simon Sinek Inc., teaching leadership and optimal performance for teams and organizations. Some highlights:- Rich Diviney explained the role of mindset matters and how it helped him during his Navy SEAL Trainings- How to effectively deal with uncertainty, change, challenge and stress- The difference between attributes and skills - Why understanding attributes is essential in the hiring process and putting together a high performing team- Rich Diviney on how to determine attributes in the hiring process- The role humor plays in high performing teams- Rich Diviney on how leaders and teams can nurture trust and teamwork- The concept of dynamic subordination and its importance to leadership excellence - Rich Diviney talks about Resilience vs. AntifragilityAlso mentioned in this episode:- Simon Sinek, author- Bob Johansen, renowned futurist and author (Listen to Bob's episode on Partnering Leadership Podcast)Book Recommendations:The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance by Rich DivineyEverybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family by  Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder by Nassim Nicholas TalebThe Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How by Daniel Coyles Connect with Rich Diviney:The Attributes Official WebsiteRich Diviney on LinkedInRich Diviney on InstagramRich Diviney on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

All In: The Addicted Gambler's Podcast
282 Randy Livingston- a former NBA player in recovery for a gambling addiction discusses his rise to gambling addiction advocate and caring human being

All In: The Addicted Gambler's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 43:50


In this episode of the show- Randy Livingston a former NBA player and current basketball coach joins to discuss his gambling addiction, his inpatient stay at CORE in Louisiana, his views on what the leagues can do to prevent player harm, and some NBA anecdotes. Read Randy's story in The Undefeated  Randy's Website https://www.randylivingston.com/ Brian's Website https://endgamblingharm.com Gambling Addiction Video Series The Bet Free Life Show Email leestreetpod@gmail.com Please Rate & Review- Helps those still struggling to find us! Thank you to our sponsor Gamban Thank you to our sponsor - EPIC Risk Management Music by T. Vance

UK True Crime Podcast
The Carer: Episode 269

UK True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 27:51


Caring is a very special profession where the carer is given unique and special access to someone who needs help. It offers a unique opportunity to build a very special bond. In this episode of the Uk True Crime podcast I look at how this special bond was abused in absolutely the most terrible way. Please support my sponsor: https://allplants.com Claim £10 off your first 2 orders (save £20!) with code TRUECRIME20 at allplants.com  1, Writing Credit. A huge thank you to Haze from Podcast She Wrote. Find Haze on all social channels. 2,  Please buy my book 'Gone Fishing' about the life and crimes of Angus Sinclair. https://mangobooks.co.uk/products/gone-fishing 3, Referenced sites www.patreon.com/uktruecrime https://www.facebook.com/groups/UKTrueCrime 4, Sources https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/evil-carer-who-persuaded-son-5568529 https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/how-burnt-chicken-feathers-led-5568744 https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/my-murdering-ex-lover-tried-5570320 https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/shameless-killer-ive-nice-prison-5568373 https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/gallery/detectives-scene-alton-gregory-baker-5570116 https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/how-burnt-chicken-feathers-led-5568744.amp http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/staffordshire/7500125.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/staffordshire/7534970.stm https://www.thelawpages.com/court-cases/Thelma-Purchase-1424-1.law https://www.channel5.com/show/my-lover-my-killer/season-1/my-lover-my-killer-12a41c92-8a2c-49bf-835e-038e0bc4e878 https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mans-incredible-escape-after-murdering-24398139

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Senior Living: The Cash Flow In Caring With Brandon Schwab

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 24:25


Brandon Schwab, founder and CEO of Shepherd Premier Senior Living, takes time to sit with our host, Sam Wilson, to talk about his mission to change the senior living industry from big box to boutique cozy homes. Brandon revisits his past as he talks about his first business and how yearning for passive income introduced him to the art of the Senior Living Business. Brandon takes us on a step-by-step journey of how he bought his first property, his renovation struggles, and how today's present situation challenged his outlook on the business. Listen in as Brandon shares the secrets to keeping a caregiving business thriving.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://www.brickeninvestmentgroup.com/podcast Blog Post URL https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/2022/01/12/senior-living-the-cash-flow-in-caring-with-brandon-schwab Guests ● Brandon Schwab (brandonschwab@gmail.com)

Agency Intelligence
Power Women In Insurance: Creating A Culture of Caring In The Insurance Industry With Kelly Mora

Agency Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 38:01


In this episode of Power Women In Insurance, Teresa Kitchens sits down with Kelly Mora, owner of Heritage Insurance Agency. They discuss how to create a culture of caring and how in Kelly's agriculture-based agency, her team cares and builds community. Episode Highlights:  Kelly mentions she comes from a hospitality background and considers herself to be more of a creative thinker than a technical thinker. (04:30) Kelly emphasizes that they want to have control over who they associate with, not just within their agency but also with the clients they serve. (10:37) Kelly believes that when you're happy and feeling fulfilled by your day, you owe it to your community and that you're incredibly privileged to serve the people you do. (12:10) Kelly shares that metrics are hard and that's something they're working on currently to help them fill out their analytics a little more. (16:53) As leaders of their organization, Kelly mentions that their role is to help people achieve their goals. (17:52) Kelly explains that although many people criticize the millennial generation, they have embraced it. (21:01) Kelly thinks that symbiotic relationships are the only way for longterm success to work. You're not just looking for a job, but a place to call home. (26:04) Kelly mentions that they value work ethic, and if you don't share that mindset and take pride in yourself, you won't be successful on their team. (27:11) Kelly shares the importance of addressing trust. (32:04) Key Quotes: "We always remind ourselves, we are very fortunate to serve the people we do, and that they have entrusted at. And we try to continually earn that every day." - Kelly Mora "It's a culture of care that our agency is a family and you can't expect the value to be given to your agency by your members if you don't first value them." - Kelly Mora "In the last five years, we recognized we had a very youthful team. And it was by design. You know, that's where some real great energy comes from. A lot of people complain about the millennials set, but we embraced it." - Kelly Mora   Resources Mentioned: Kelly Mora LinkedIn Heritage Insurance Agency Contact Teresa Kitchens Sterling Insurance Group

You Were Made for This
140: Two Relational Benefits to a Thank You Note

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 21:10


A thank you note benefits both the recipient and the writer. It reminds the writer of blessings received, and it motivates the recipient to bless others again. A written thank you note is a great way to deepen your relationship with someone. Last year's “Make it a Relational New Years Resolution” I first mentioned this a year ago in episode 087, “Make it a Relational New Years Resolution.” It was about resolving to do something kind, caring, or thoughtful for people during the course of the year to the extent you would receive a thank you note for what you did. I'll have a link to this episode at the bottom of the show notes. I was ready to move on today with another relational resolution for this year to talk to you about. But before doing that, I thought we should look back at the results of last year's relational resolution. Before the future, consider the past and present. I was surprised by what I learned when I did this for myself. I'll share what I discovered because it can help you in considering a way to add depth to your relationships here in the New Year. Why a written thank you note? By way of review, to receive a written “thank you” note, you had to do something pretty meaningful for someone to make the effort to show their appreciation in this way. For our purposes, it had to be in writing. Electronic communication didn't count, nor did verbal expressions of gratitude. In the age we live in, where electronic communication is the norm, for someone to use older technology like writing a note, requires a lot more of that person. After I received a thank you note or card last year, I read and dated them, and then placed them in a folder. Observations about the 2021 “thank you” cards I received From a scrap of paper to a linen parchment card, no two were the same. I've gotten identical birthday cards and Christmas cards, but no duplicate thank you notes. I received 5 thank you notes that mentioned appreciation for this podcast. I doubt if any of you have a podcast, but I'm sure a lot of you are doing things you enjoy that benefit other people. Several couples, and two single people we invited for dinner at our house, sent us written thank you notes. Thank you notes for birthdays and high school graduation gifts were the next most common. Two missionary couples who stayed with us a week to 10 days or so thanked us in writing. A friend of ours was sick with Covid, so Janet picked up groceries for her family and I delivered them. We received thank you notes from three teenage boys, all for high school graduation gifts. And they were most tender expressions of gratitude. Their parents raised them well! One person, a donor to our Caring for Others ministry, wrote at least 3 thank you notes over the course of last year. Here he was sending donations to us, and at the same time thanking us for our ministry in quite specific terms about what he was grateful for in what we do. A sampling of thank you notes received I feel a little uncomfortable reading these because they paint Janet and me in a good light, which you would think would happen in a thank you note. A more well-rounded picture would come from complaints people have about us. But my only purpose in sharing them is to give you ideas of what you can do to impact the lives of people, to make a positive difference, to the point they will go to the trouble of thanking you in writing. A secondary purpose is to give you ideas of HOW to thank people, as you listen to how people thanked Janet and me last year for one thing or another. Here's the first one. Just a quick note to say “Thanks” for your friendship over the years! Knowing you guys and being able to LEAN on you at times gives us confidence in His Grace!… Mostly I just wanted to make sure we get something in your 2021 pile of thank you notes.”  ~ L. & J. O.K., so this is clergy appreciation month! Although I consider you a friend you are also my clergy phone friend, and I appreciate your Biblical teaching and related challenges. ORA at work! ~ October V.A. Do you remember ORA? Observe. Reflect. Act. ORA. You have earned a thank you note! Thank you for teaching your listeners about how to care for others. It is so encouraging to listen to you each week. I especially like the one-take-home point for the week. I look forward to actionable items to care for others. ~ D.P. Gratitude expressed for the unexpected We are so grateful for how you are reaching people around the world with your podcast and are happy to help it grow! We are also so grateful that you have been willing to connect with our son (18-year-old high school senior) during this challenging time of a teenage boy's life. He comes home smiling and seems more content. Thank you.   ~ K.P. On the back of envelope: I forgot to tell you. This note is from my Grandma's collection! She always wrote thank you notes! Here's a note from a businessperson to me, as her customer. The following is from the designer of our new website from last September: John, thank you for trusting me to redo your website. It was such a fun project…I love being able to support others doing important work for Christ. Thank you for your loyalty over the years and I am so glad you stumbled upon my ….training video a few years ago. :)    ~ L.D. Thanks so much for making my birthday special. The cake was delicious and I was touched by your thoughtfulness. I love my tomato knife and can't wait to try it. Thanks again.   ~ D. B. Dear John and Janet, Thank you so much for including us in your family lunch last week. You are so kind and generous. Blessings to you two!   ~ J. & K. Dear John and Janet Thanks for the beautiful card and generous gift of money we really appreciate it. We will use it for gas to ride down there. Thanking God for both of you.     ~B.R.and S.R. Dear Grandma and Grandpa, Thank you so much for coming down to my graduation and for your generous gift. I really appreciate all the ways you've supported me and spent time with me throughout my life, like all the times I've stayed at your house and the trips to the library with Grandpa, and the cookies Grandma and I have baked. Thank you always for being there for me. Maybe sometime you can come visit me at the University of South Carolina and we can get some cheese curds and get into an argument about who I should vote for. I hope your trip back went well - see you on Zoom! Love, Nathan So what does all this mean for YOU? How can you use what you've heard today to add more depth to the relationships in YOUR life? Start by remembering that a written thank you note is simply a marker of the positive impact you had in someone's life. That's the point of this relational resolution, not the thank you note itself. Writing a thank you note gets our eyes off ourselves to focus on a blessing we received. One important thing to remember is not to expect people to thank you for the good you do for them. Often they won't. But you do good things for people anyway, because it's the right thing to do. It's not about you; it's about them. Doing good for others is living out Romans 12, and reflecting the character of God. With Jesus living in us, we are equipped and empowered to be the person God created us to be. We truly were made for this. We are made in His image and Jesus was often doing good things for people, with no expectation that he would be thanked for it. In fact, I'll have to look into this later, but I don't recall any stories in the Bible where people thanked Jesus for blessing them. If any of you can think of an example, please let me know. If writing a handwritten thank you note is a challenge for you, ask God for help. Ask him for help in remembering the blessings you received, and who were the people God used to bless you. Ask him for help in what to say and how to say it. When we ask God for help like this it won't be hard, If you have young children, and where appropriate, post the notes on your refrigerator or where they can see them. Share them with your kids as they come in. When you write one, and before you mail it, tell your kids what you are doing and why you are doing it. Then read it to them. Have them put the note in the envelope, seal it, and place the stamp on the envelope. Teach them by example. For me, our kids are grown and have kids of their own. But when I die I want them to display a board at my funeral with all the thank you notes I received. Skip the pics of summer picnics and faded Christmas gatherings when I was in my 20s and had hair on my head. Display the thank you notes. Maybe that will encourage someone. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode A thank you note benefits both the writer and recipient. It reminds the writer of blessings received and motivates the recipient to continue reflecting the character of God by blessing others. These are two great benefits of a handwritten thank you note. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode, and any thank you notes you received. Closing I closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to both reflect and to act by doing good for people to the extent they thank you in writing for it. Ephesians 2:10 tells us we were made for this. It reads “For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week when I will suggest another relational resolution for this current year. I can't wait to share it with you! Goodbye for now. Related episodes you may want to listen to 087: Make it a Relational New Years Resolution 088: Get Them to say “Thank You for Asking” Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of people like you to pay our bills.  If you'd like to support what we do with a secure tax-deductible donation, please click here. Thank you.

Happy Healthy Caregiver
Caring for a Family Member with Complex Disabilities with Brenda Blaise Nesbitt - Caregiver Spotlight

Happy Healthy Caregiver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:10


In today's show, I am shining the caregiver spotlight on Brenda Blais Nesbitt. Brenda is a master in advocating and navigating the confusing world of disability. Her personal experience has enhanced her ability to help others navigate the complexities of the healthcare system and excel in the challenging journey of caring for and loving those with complex needs. In today's episode we discuss how Brenda embraced outside help, why Brenda doesn't want to be pitied, and how to get comfortable having a one-sided conversation with a loved one. Show notes with product and resource links: https://bit.ly/HHCPod127 Receive the podcast in your email here: http://bit.ly/2G4qvBv Order a copy of Elizabeth's book Just for You: a Daily Self Care Journal: http://bit.ly/HHCjournal For podcast sponsorship opportunities contact Elizabeth: https://happyhealthycaregiver.com/contact-us/ The Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast is part of the Whole Care Network. Rate and Review the podcast: https://bit.ly/HHCPODREVIEW

Healthcare's MissingLogic
#131: Creating Balance: A Personal Experience with Dr. Mari Tietze

Healthcare's MissingLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 39:10


In this episode, we talk with our special guest Dr. Mari Tietze about her transformational journey through our coaching programs for healthcare leaders.Dr. Tietze is the recipient of the Myrna R. Pickard Endowed Professorship at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) College of Nursing and Health Innovation (CONHI). She also is the affiliate representing nursing at the UTA Multi-Interprofessional Center for Health Informatics.Mari shares her biggest challenges in creating a balance between her personal and professional life before joining our coaching programs.She also shares some of the significant differences she experienced after joining our Bootcamp and how she became aware of her own behaviors and early warning signs that are cues when she over-emphasizes one area of her life to the neglect of the other.We also talk about how Mari uses her personalized blueprint from our coaching program daily to balance her personal and professional life.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you.Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/

Love Always, PBJ: A Letter of Love to Millennials
47. The Cost of Caring is Too High

Love Always, PBJ: A Letter of Love to Millennials

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 28:14


COVID-19 is not the cause of The Great Resignation.America is currently experiencing several dynamic culture shifts all at the same time.  Many researchers and people in the media are focused on the Great Resignation where people are leaving their jobs at a greater rate than ever documented.  In this episode of Heart Work with PBJ, Dr. Patrice Buckner Jackson explains how the pandemic was not the cause of the The Great Resignation.  Further, she shares critical steps for schools, hospitals, corporations and organizations to retain their most important resource...their people.Here is a link to the news report by 60 Minutes mentioned in this episode:  Why are Americans choosing to quit their jobs in record numbers?Check out this free workshop by Dr. PBJ-  3 Steps to Disrupt BurnoutSupport the show (https://paypal.me/lovepbj?locale.x=en_US)

Mach.Dich.Frei. - DER Unternehmer-Freiheitspodcast mit Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg

MONEY-MINDSET - Was ist deine Einstellung zu Geld? Ein hoher Prozentsatz von Unternehmern demontiert den Erfolg genau dieser Stelle! Warum? Bewirb dich jetzt auf ein kostenloses Erstberatungsgespräch: https://www.zeitautomat.com/termin Geh unbedingt auch auf den zu dieser Folge gehörenden Blogbeitrag mit hilfreichen Linkempfehlungen und zu den Buchtipps auf unserem Erfolgsblog zeitautomat.com unter dem Link:    https://zeitautomat.com/724 Diese Podcastfolge gibt es auch als VIDEO:        https://youtu.be/sFWHUWQnmRE Hier die Youtube-Links zu den bisherigen Folgen 1-6 für "LebensUnternehmer": Teil 1, Folge 714: https://youtu.be/oFF-gWh8tu0 Teil 2, Folge 715: https://youtu.be/_s3KLZkasfM Teil 3, Folge 716: https://youtu.be/h8QHWb9DDkE Teil 4, Folge 717: https://youtu.be/cDzycUbd1og Teil 5, Folge 718: https://youtu.be/wrIrE5tqs2E Teil 6, Folge 719: https://youtu.be/I3KmsJoFYL0 Hol dir ein GESCHENK von uns unter diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/geschenk Zum neuen Unternehmer-BUCH von Dr. Susanne Vornweg kommst du mit diesem Link: https://zeitautomat.com/derunfairevorteil Hier der Link zu unserer kostenlosen Videofallstudie und Möglichkeit der Terminabsprache zum Erstgespräch mit uns: https://zeitautomat.com/termin Wir ermitteln dort gemeinsam mit dir, ob wir für dich einen großen Unterschied in deinem Wachstum hin zu mehr Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung machen können. Wir freuen uns, dich kennen zu lernen! Des Weiteren: Zur Anmeldung zum kostenlosen Zeitautomat LIFESTYLE-CHECK und Aufnahme in den Newsletter einfach diesen Link benutzen: https://zeitautomat.com/lifestylecheck   ALLE wichtigen weiteren Links zu uns findest du HIER: https://zeitautomat.com/wir PS: Deine Rezensionen auf iTunes sind uns sehr wichtig! Bitte nimm dir die Zeit und gib uns ein Feedback! Wir freuen uns über jede Rückmeldung und natürlich auch ganz besonders über eine 5-Sterne Bewertung, damit wir mehr Menschen inspirieren können! Du bist gerade am Smartphone oder Tablet? Dann kannst du uns am schnellsten eben eine Bewertung und eine Rezension hinterlassen, indem du auf diesen Link klickst: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1248928121  Hier erfährst du, wenn du noch nicht weißt, wie das genau geht: http://bit.ly/2ungs3U Sharing is Caring! Wir freuen uns auch sehr, wenn du unsere Beiträge teilst!​ Für inspirierende Gedanken abonniere doch auch unsere Facebookseite des #Freiheitspodcasts hier: https://www.facebook.com/freiheitspodcast/ Oder folge uns auf INSTAGRAM hier: https://www.instagram.com/freiheitspodcast/ Erfolg ohne Freiheit ist Misserfolg. Freiheit kann man erschaffen. Jeder. Im Freiheitspodcast Mach.Dich.Frei. von Dr. Susanne Vornweg und Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg lernst du in einzelnen Storys und inspirierenden Interviews die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews, welchen Stellenwert die Freiheit für erfolgreiche Unternehmer zunehmend gewinnt, um dauerhaft frei und erfolgreich zu bleiben. Wie sie die richtige Einstellung zum Erfolg gefunden haben, wie sie echte Freiheit generieren und weshalb ihnen das so wichtig ist. Das Hamsterrad ist kein Erfolgskriterium. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um in Freiheit viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen zu führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander in Freiheit vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben. Wirklich frei und unabhängig sein. Viele Storys sind inspiriert von Persönlichkeiten wie Sir Richard Branson, T. Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, John Lee Dumas, Tim Ferriss, Bodo Schäfer, Dirk Kreuter, Alex Fischer, Gerd Kommer, Thomas Knedel, Gerald Hörhan, Christoph Juhn. Spannend für Selbständige, Freiberufler, angestellte Führungskräfte, Jungunternehmer und Unternehmensgründer, alle Menschen, denen die persönliche Freiheit wichtig ist, die nicht weiterhin Zeit gegen Geld tauschen und nicht für die Träume anderer arbeiten wollen. Mach.Dich.Frei. – Wir helfen dir dabei! ☺

Double Shelix
Episode 36: Parental Leave and Returning to Work

Double Shelix

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 41:06


Caring for a new baby is a full-time job - and then some! In this episode, Sally and Kayla share their experience with parental leave and returning to work after the birth of their kiddos. This is a followup to our “Pregnancy in Graduate School” episode and is a must-listen for anyone thinking about becoming a parent or anyone wanting to be a better colleague or supervisor to (potential) new parents. We also discuss how institutional parental leave policies can support parents in STEM and the potential benefits of doing so.  Interviewing while pregnant or pumping - practical advice for making it work  University parental leave policies  -  discusses the value of accessible parental leave policies for graduate students and postdocs Pregnantscholar.org - generally useful resource for learning your Title IX rights and generating Title IX compliant policies for your university  Great water bottle for breastfeeding parents 

Gratitude Blooming Podcast
Curiosity - Free yourself from fear

Gratitude Blooming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 40:01


The dogtooth violet represents Card #11 and the theme of Curiosity. To be curious literally means to care. Caring means to be alive. How can curiosity help you face your fears? We are experimenting with new ways to engage with our listeners. Find us on discord at https://discord.gg/XxZj4k3T or leave us a message on our Gratitude Hotline at 510-866-9648 or at hello@gratitudeblooming.com. We want to hear from you!

Holiness Preaching Online
Rev. Daniel Dean- “All knowing, All present, caring God”

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 12:25


Calvary Holiness Campmeeting 2021.

AskBRStv Live Podcast
11 Days of Reefing | Ep 11: An Aquascape Is for Our Eyes. A Habitat Is About Caring for Our Pets.

AskBRStv Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 55:01


Following the 52 Weeks of Reefing - Episode 11: Simple Ways to Create the Perfect Aquascape. There's a better approach to aquascaping that serves our eyes and serves our fish habitat. You can have both. 52 Weeks of Reefing Playlist: https://brs.li/52_Weeks_of_Reefing Follow the entire 11 Days of Reefing Playlist: https://brs.li/11_Days_of_Reefing Find Bulk Reef Supply on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and more! ➡ AskBRStv Facebook Group➡ Bulk Reef Supply Instagram➡ BRS on TikTok

Mommying While Muslim
My Adult Muslim Kids Series: Managing The Joy & Grief of Success

Mommying While Muslim

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 55:50


Nora Abbasi, mom of 4 adult children, joins us today to share motherisms that helped her reach this glorious point as grandmother to 12 little Muslims, mashaAllah. Her advice and reflections are so helpful to those of us on the cusp of being empty nesters or those of who fear reaching that point. All things our kids face with us at their sides can be good. Caring about “what will people say,” sabotages us, though and her tips on how to avoid doing that are GOLDEN. We learned SO MUCH about how to have healthy mindsets about our kids growing up, avoid opening the door to Shaytaan, and how to keep the spark alive with our partners while raising kids and especially after!Tune in at 6pm EST tonight and let us know what you think on the reviews on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google play, or go to our website and hit the ‘Listen' button on the landing page. You can send us a message about what you think about the episode there, too. We LOVE hearing back from you.Links:Standard info on raising Muslim children: https://www.iqrasense.com/muslim-character/raising-children-in-islam-how-to-raise-children-into-responsible-muslim-adults.html The first 21 years, but we know mommying doesn't stop when the kids turn 21: https://withaspin.com/2019/12/22/principles-of-islamic-parenting/ On Being the Best Muslim Parent (it's an online manual but Nora assures us THERE'S NO MANUAL!!!): https://www.isacademy.net/admin/uploads/29617_On_Being_the_Best_Muslim_Parent.pdf Web: www.mommyingwhilemuslim.comEmail: salam@mommyingwhilemuslim.comFB: Mommying While Muslim page and Mommyingwhilemuslim groupIG: @mommyingwhilemuslimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrdKxpBdBO4ZLwB1kTmz1w Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/mommyingwhilemuslimpodcast)

ManKind Podcast
What's Attachment Got to Do With It? | Erin Michaela Brandt | Ep #52

ManKind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 59:48


Erin Brandt has traveled and supported men in men's groups for over 5 years to learn more about themselves, their relationship to women, their autonomic nervous systems, attachment and so much more! This is how I (Boysen) first met Erin, but there's so much more ...  Erin helps all kinds of people (through individual and group work) learn to understand and heal attachment wounds through a mixture of somatic and dialectic processes aimed at helping  them 'parent' and sooth themselves. Some Key takeaways from this episode: Understanding Your Autonomic Nervous System Beginning to understand your Attachment System and how powerful this is in our relationshipsWhat is healthy attachment? What's at the core of self-esteem? How do we learn to create healthy attachment (by CARING for ourselves)? Loved Erin? You Can Find Out More Here: Twitter: @ErinErinTherapy Web Site: http://www.appreciatingmen.com/ 6 Hacks to Calm Your Nervous System Fast: www.CalmAndEngaged.com/6-hacks Other than one on one coaching or couples coaching, which is always available, the newest way that Erin is working with men online is through ... - Small group Q&A sessions,  one month at a time- 4 men or masculine identifying people per group- one hour per week - 3 weeks per month - Each man gets 10 min to ask ANY question he wants… in general the goal is to ask about relationships, as we are contributing to an online library of relationship tools for men, but relationships are based on knowing yourself AND knowing your partner… so you can ask questions about yourself, about your partner, about women in general, about relationships in general. *******Book Recommendations: HOLD ME TIGHT by Sue Johnson3 of Stan Tatkin's great books:WE DO - for new couples to see if you have/ give you a roadmap to build secure functioning in your relationshipWIRED FOR DATING - gives examples of how a date might sound if both people are insecurely attached, and then how the date could go better if even just one partner responds in a securely attached wayWIRED FOR LOVE - Like Wired for Dating for committed couples, WITH a set of agreements at the back to work on committing to to work towards a secure functioning relationshipErin's  favorite attachment teacher is Diane Poole Heller, because she combines attachment with somatics (listening to the body) + with the relational field between two people.Her book is THE POWER OF ATTACHMENT, and if you prefer an audiobook, hers is called HEALING YOUR ATTACHMENT WOUNDS.Share Your Feedback: brandon@brandonclift.comPlease Leave an iTunes Rating & Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE

Ted Jones World
201. Living With A Nice and Caring Government

Ted Jones World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 20:56


COME TO THE TED JONES MONDAY COMEDY SHOW TIX: https://thestandnyc.com/comedians/ted-jones     1:00- Artificial Brain Moves? WOW! 2:30- A Couple Trillionaires  4:15- Sneaky Starbucks 7:10- Big Time Status Symbol 8:00- Fast Food Meat Free  9:40- No Vax- NO FOOD! 11:15- COMEDY SHOW MONDAY!  12:30- El Salvador HONEST COVID MESSEGE! 14:45- HEALTH TIPS FROM TED  16:00- NOT IDEAL TO SNACK! 19:50- Invisible LINE    EMAIL ME! TEDJONESWORLD@GMAIL.COM COME TO THE TED JONES COMEDY SHOW!

The Intentional Encourager Podcast
Episode 188 with the Author of Health, Healing and Wholeness Tracy Crump

The Intentional Encourager Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 55:09


The Author of Health, Healing and Wholeness Tracy Crump joins this episode and talks about: Caring for her then 99-year old Mother-in-Law and not being able to give her a 100th Birthday party due to the pandemic. The Heart attack that changed everything.  The Christmas gifts her kids got this year.  Her Mother-in-Law's impact on her church.  Her Father-in-Law dying when her husband was a small child.  Miss Fairsey's famous quote.  Leaning on the Lord through difficult times.  Her Mother-in-Law being her biggest supporter of her book.  The conversation she had with God about her book.  Being her parents primary caregiver for 6 years.  Never feeling like you have to do it alone. There's no shame in needing a break.  Connect with Tracy on her website www.tracycrump.com and find her book there as well. Connect with her Right Life Newsletter. Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/719gwUm6qFA

You Were Made for This
139: Why Should I Listen to This Podcast?

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:11


Do yourself a favor and listen to this podcast to get the most out of the relationships God places in your path. You'll be inspired to see the joy in them in new and refreshing ways. When I started this podcast in late 2018 there were about 500,000 podcasts. Today there are over 2 million. It raises the question, with all of these podcasts available to listeners like you, why listen to THIS one? Back in 2018 I answered this question in the very first episode, number 001“Six Reasons to Listen to You Were Made for This.” But now, 138 episodes and six seasons later, it's time to revisit this question. What's in it for you, the listener, to listen to THIS podcast, when you have so many other choices of how to spend your time? Our basic premise The basic premise of this podcast hasn't changed, but during the past three years, I've seen more than ever the importance of relationships in our daily lives. They can bring us great joy. Or they can bring us great heartache - and everything in-between. Relationships are like molecules of oxygen, because relationships are everywhere, even when we're not thinking about them. We can't escape them if we're living human beings. We have relationships with people, obviously. But we also have a relationship, with organizations, with our circumstances, with time and places, with God, and even a relationship with our self. Listen to this podcast to help make these relationships the best they can be. The very first relationship ever Relationships started with God, and the three persons of the trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This was the very first relationship. Since we are made in the image of God, good relationships reflect His character. To experience the life-giving relationships God intends for us, this podcast draws from what God says in the Bible about all manner of relationships. This podcast targets people of faith because what God says about relationships is foundational to living the most fulfilling life possible. If you're not a person of faith, that's fine. Our goal is not to turn you into one. Godly principles of relationships work for both the believer and non-believer. When you listen to this podcast you'll learn how to apply biblical principles to your relationships. For example, Episode 51, “More Than the Music” is about the relationship principles the Apostle Paul explains in Romans 12. It's about how we are to relate to God, to others, and to ourselves. He explains how our relationships are a form of worship. I'll have a link to this episode, and others I mention today, at the bottom of the show notes for you to check out later. It and the others will give you a taste of what You Were Made for This is all about. We help you to make your relationships the best they can be You may have come across this idea several times before, “we were made for relationships.” Yet how many of us were taught how to actually do what we were made for? For many of us when it comes to relationships, we don't know what we don't know about them. But if you listen to this podcast you'll learn. For most relationship skills are learned. So we talk a bunch about developing relationship skills. Most of us already have some relational skills, we just need to get better at it. And as with any skill; it takes practice. When you listen to this podcast, we show you what to practice and how to practice. For example, episodes 011 - 014 are about the four levels of relationship skills, with examples of how you can move from level 1 up to level 4. And there's one of our favorite topics and recurring themes. Listening. It comes up in many episodes because it's such an important factor in nurturing life-giving relationships. Episode 112, “Three Ways to Listen Well in 2021,” is just one example devoted to all this important relational topic Our podcast format The format we follow in this podcast is all about what is best for you. We respect your time, and except for the occasional interview, most episodes are 10-15 minutes long. When you listen to this podcast you won't find any time fillers, nervous giggling, or inside jokes you find in some podcasts. We stress the practical in each episode. Number 095 is an example, “What to Do When People Irritate Us.” Another thing to note about our podcast is that we love relationship stories. We use lots of them to show how to have good relationships. We do very little telling. Lots of showing what good relationships look like. Lots of stories that illustrate the relational intelligence we're working to develop in each of us. Many of these stories come from the Bible. And many of them come from my own experience. Like the time I unknowingly frightened a 20-something tattooed, pink-haired woman in tattered blue jeans, with a ring in her nose and another in her navel. I shared in an episode an important relationship lesson I learned from that encounter. Easily searchable content Our website, johncertalic.com makes it easy to find relationship topics that interest you. Each episode is found in one of six searchable categories: Relationship Principles Relational Skills Finding Joy in Relationships God in Our Relationships Family Relationships Becoming a Better Listener You can also search by tags or keywords. For example, searching on the word “humility” brings up 4 podcast episodes, 1 blog post, and 1 reference to my book, THEM - The Richer Life Found in Caring for Others. “Bakery” brings up nothing. Nothing about bakery; sorry. If you prefer to read rather than listen, each episode has show notes you can read, though I highly recommend listening because I sometimes will spontaneously add things not in the notes. Another thing about our format is that we offer practical relationship tools you most likely will not have heard about elsewhere. For example, I have an episode about the myth of “it never hurts to ask.” Then there's how to prevent relational conflicts before they happen. One of my favorite topics is about the only two questions you ever need to remember to get into a satisfying conversation with someone. Each episode is about one specific relational concept or skill. Each one is a lot about one thing, not a lot about many things. Every one suggests an actionable response you can take to improve your relationships. It's not about theory. It's about practical tools and actions you can take. Today. Now. Conclusion Finally, a major reason to listen to this podcast is to discover the joy found in relationships. Besides the topic of listening, discovering the joy of relationships is a thread found throughout many episodes. We come back to this topic again and again. Episode 041, “Thankful for the Cheerleaders in My Life” is one example. The main point of today's episode When you listen to this podcast it will enrich your life by showing you how to experience the joy God intends for you in your relationships. You'll experience the joy of relationships as you grow in blessing others, which in turn, will bless you. Closing I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to both reflect and to act, by making it a point to listen to this podcast on a regular basis so you can move the needle forward in making your relationships the best they can be. You can do this, you really can, because You Were Made for This. In the days ahead, we have a lot coming up that will make this wonderful quote from Walt Whitman a warm reality for you: We were together, I forgot the rest. Let that sink in for a moment. We were together, I forgot the rest. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. Episodes mentioned above 051 More Than the Music 011 Relationship Skills - Level 1 112 Three Ways to Listen Well in 2021 095 What to Do When People Irritate Us 041 Thankful for the Cheerleaders in My Life Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of people like you to pay our bills.  If you'd like to support what we do with a secure tax-deductible donation, please click here. We'd be so grateful if you did.

Healthcare's MissingLogic
#130: How to Become the CEO of Your Life

Healthcare's MissingLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 27:14


Today's episode is all about “How to become the CEO of your life.”We believe that if you're not taking full responsibility for your life and you're blaming circumstances and making an excuse not to do the things that serve your purpose, then you're not the CEO of your life.Maybe you have a limiting belief that you don't have a choice, or you're not in control of your own life.But if you're the CEO of your life, you can give yourself the agency to realign your purpose, you have the choice to take control and create empowering beliefs for better outcomes of your life.In this podcast, we talk about how every healthcare leader has the agency to be the CEO of their own life.We also discuss three characteristics of being a CEO and what it takes to live those characteristics and own your life.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you.Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/

Level Up With Sharelle and Dani
Ep 110. Comp prep and COVID, muscle building, starting a PT business & not caring what others think.

Level Up With Sharelle and Dani

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 58:25


Happy new year listeners! In this Q&A style episode, we discuss what we would do if we caught COVID (or got sick) while in a comp prep. We go over how long one should be in a calorie surplus in order to build muscle. We share our tips regarding starting out as a personal trainer and how to transition into running your own business. Lastly, we speak about how to deal with other people's opinions of you and increase your confidence. Thank you for your questions! Please keep them coming Please leave us a review to let us know what you think of our podcast

The GaryVee Audio Experience
How to Stop Caring What Other People Think of You in 2022

The GaryVee Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 10:09


Today's episode is all about knowing yourself and being comfortable with outside opinions. During my career, thousands of people have tried to tell me I got lucky, I got it handed to me, but they don't know my story and its not my job to convince them. I want you to have the same mindset in 2022. Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Checkout my new co-hosted podcast with DraftKing's founder--Matt Kalish on all things sports, business, and alternative investing: https://linktr.ee/propsanddropspod

Aware & Aggravated
9. Caring What People Think

Aware & Aggravated

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 31:11


Why you can't stop caring what people think of you, and what to do about it. Also some lil tid bits and examples from my life. You won't be the same after this one ;) My Instagram @leothealboPodcast Instagram @awareandaggravated Positive Focus Instagram @positivefocusappLink to download Positive Focus Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/positive-focus/id1559260311Google: Coming soon! 

Let's Parent on Purpose: Christian Parenting, Marriage, and Family Talk
Ep 258: Centering on Christ in the Midst of Chaos with Virgil Tanner

Let's Parent on Purpose: Christian Parenting, Marriage, and Family Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 46:16


More than any other period in our lifetime, the world seems to be swirling in chaos. On top of that, many of us have personal crisis or perpetual responsibilities that leave us traumatized. Today I talk with Virgil Tanner about two strategies for centering on Christ in the midst of a chaotic world. The first strategy is for long term soul health. The second strategy can be adapted to acute times of crisis to keep us from spiraling out of control.   Virgil's Framework The Five Dimensions of the Human Soul, and the three areas to address with each: Spiritual: Alone, With Others, Working in the World Physical: Eat, Move, Recover Cognitive: Learn, Focus, Play Emotional: Notice, Interview, Manage Relational: Discern, Invest, Grow   Virgil Tanner has been married for 20 years and is a father of five. He has lived on three continents and currently oversees strategy and global operations for a non-profit with hundreds of staff scattered all over the world.   Resources Mentioned: Centering on Christ, Caring for Your Soul: a self-guided exercise - https://www.dropbox.com/s/fhqkdh8sfdpuwuv/ Centering%20on%20Christ%2C%20Caring%20for%20Your%20Soul%2 0Exercise.pdf?dl=0   Sign Up for My Things For Thursday Email - https://bit.ly/3EDH56y

RISE podcast
240: How to STOP CARING What People Think: Part 2

RISE podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 31:13


Hi, guys. It's Rach here, and I am in Hawaii for the rest of December. So this week's podcast episode is brought to you by large beachy hair and linen shirts and, you know, barefoot. I started to record this podcast episode a couple of days ago and ended up recording the podcast about losing my baby instead. When I sat down that day to record it wasn't the intention to do that episode, but I didn't feel like I could talk about anything else until I had talked about that. So I just want to thank every person who sent me a DM or an email. I had the most incredible outpouring from women all over the world who had lost a baby or suffered a miscarriage. And I just really appreciated that feedback because the intention behind putting that out in the world was just that. Now I can show up for you again truthfully and authentically without needing to sort of pretend that things are OK if they're not. It's sort of a beautiful intro to this week's episode, which is the second part of the series on how to stop caring what people think. ------------------------------ Have you heard about the HOTLINE yet? Call (737) 400-HOCO, and press 1 to leave a question for Rach. Press 2 to share your story about the Hollis Company - it can be about your Start Today Journal, attending a RISE conference, coaching, or anything you want! We can't wait to hear from you ;) Inner Circle is a private membership community of people from all over the world who are dedicated to becoming a better version of themselves. Each month Rachel teaches a lesson on a different topic (self-sabotage, how to create an action plan to achieve a goal, etc) and we work together as a community to hold each other accountable and do the work. Check out more about Rach's Inner Circle here! --> https://thehollisco.com/pages/rachs-inner-circle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices