Growing pains—we all experience them, and we often become most familiar with them in the context of our most intimate relationships. Life's greatest joys often lie on the other side of the choice to continue to show up in those relationships, no matter the circumstances. Today on Living Centered, Lindsey and Nicole sit down with couple Zach and Stacy Williams to dig into this theme of resilience—something they have each exhibited in their respective stories but also a quality that serves as a hallmark of their 20 year relationship. Together, they tell their story of choosing to create a life together and candidly share about the many ups and downs that have checkered the tapestry of their shared history. In this inspiring conversation, Zach and Stacy discuss the power of creativity to carry us through pain, the capacity of community to sharpen and propel us forward into new seasons, and the challenge and gift of living creative lives together. Full Show Notes Healthy Love & Relationships
On today's episode, we explore the theme of compassion and how this powerful heart practice can support us building stronger relationships to self and each other. I get to interview my friend and fellow meditation teacher, Janine Johnston, about her expertise in teaching and practicing Minfulness Self-Compassion work. Janine shares with us the power of the "Self-Compassion Break" and why it is a simple and effective tool to help regulate and "soothe" our nervous systems. Together we explore the various ways we can practice compassion in our personal and professional worlds to help combat the loneliness epidemic in the United States of America. Take a listen to the whole podcast episode and explore how you might bring more compassion into your communities to help combat loneliness. Listen to a 7-minute Self-Compassion Break meditaion on Centered in the City. Practice for free when you sign up for your 7-day free trial. ***** Janine Johnston works with adults, teens and children in empowering a compassionate connection to self. She facilitates courses and one-on-one consultations that help individuals, businesses, organizations (including schools) align around core values. Her company, ARCC: Awareness Resilience Clarity and Compassion is aligned around meeting needs for intra and interpersonal connection, resilience in ever present uncertainty, clarity of vision to grow through challenges, and growing warm awareness through relationship to self, others and experience. She lives in Santa Fe, NM and Corrales, NM with her two teen daughters, enjoys time with her partner and his two teen sons, and has been providing service (in reading and self-compassion) to students with dyslexia and ADHD for the past decade. You can learn more about her at LinkedIn Profile .
Do you feel like a victim of your circumstances? Overwhelmed by things you can't control and feelings of helplessness? You're not alone. Today Mickenzie and Hannah sit down with therapist and Onsite Guide, Veronica Scruggs to explore the idea of reclaiming agency when our lives feel overwhelming, stuck, or out of control. Together they discuss the concept of moving from a victim to a volunteer and showing up wholeheartedly in our lives.
The Agile World with Greg Kihlstrom
Welcome to a special episode brought to you by RDA and Sitecore. Today we're going to talk about improving the customer experience that professional services firms deliver and how it can make a meaningful impact on project and business outcomes. This is part of what creates a customer-centered digital consultancy. RESOURCES Download the "Building a Customer-Centered Digital Consultancy" white paper, featuring RDA RDA website: https://www.rdacorp.com Sitecore website: https://www.sitecore.com The Agile Brand podcast website: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com/theagilebrandpodcast Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-brand/ For consulting on marketing technology, customer experience, and more visit GK5A: https://www.gk5a.com The Agile Brand podcast is brought to you by TEKsystems.Learn more here: https://www.teksystems.com/versionnextnow The Agile Brand is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. https://www.missinglink.company
#071 - In this episode, Mayra interviews Sylvia Brands about how Self-Trust and Confidence can directly impact your earning potential. Sylvia Brands is the founder and owner of A Toda Madre: Podcast and Life and Mindset Coaching Service. She is your Real-Talk No B.S. Life Coach and worthiness mentor for world-changing women and mothers. Centered on radical responsibility, resilience, and uncovering that authenticness within; that only YOU can bring to the table. Sylvia coaches AMBITIOUS AND CREATIVE women as they reclaim and rebuild their self-trust in order to exude CONFIDENCE in all areas. Sylvia Brands is a self-trust and confidence coach always encouraging you to live life A Toda Madre! Connect with Sylvia on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thesylviabrands Website: https://atodamadre.co Connect with Mayra at https://DebtFreeLatina.com Follow Mayra on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/debtfree.latina/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
OUR HOSTS: Corinne Foxx - @corinnefoxxNatalie McMillan - @nataliemcm and @shopnataliemcmillan What we're drinking: SkinTē: Collagen Sparkling Tea, White Tea Ginger FlavorMEET OUR GUEST: Jessica Rector - @iamjessicarector & @sacred_ships ABOUT OUR GUEST: Jessica Rector is a trauma-centered relationship coach who safely encourages her clients to dive into their deepest shadows in order to propel them into their newest chapters. Jessica's practice is centered on emotional trauma as it relates to physical pain, and she uses plant medicines as a catalyst to bring her clients closer to their best selves. Jessica currently leads the Relationship Reboot: Journey Back to Self Course which focuses on building trust within yourself and your relationships through the lens of nervous system regulation. TOPIC: In our conversation with Jessica, we discuss the human nervous system and its close connection with trauma and our relationships. Jessica highlights how trauma affects each of us differently and understanding how it manifests in ourselves is the first step to managing an unregulated nervous system. Plus, she breaks down Fight, Flight, Freeze, and Fawn responses and shares her tips for checking in and getting more in-tune with our nervous system in order to effectively communicate our emotions and needs with our partners. In this episode, we discuss:What T/trauma is and how it shows up in our daily lives The nervous system as it relates to our trauma Fight, Flight, Freeze, and Fawn responses The signs and symptoms of an unregulated nervous system Tips for expressing Emotional FloodingWays to check in with your nervous system and regulate itThe connection between our systems and our partnershipsHealing wounds in a group setting RESOURCES: Relationship Reboot: Journey Back to Self Course END OF THE SHOW: Corinne and Natalie introduce Hottie of the Week: Scarlett JohanssonDRINK RATING:SkinTē: Collagen Sparkling Tea, White Tea Ginger Flavor = 5.5 / Scarlett WRAP UP:To wrap up the episode, we play the Bumble BFF Quiz. Corinne opens up about her recent journey in exploring her Nigerian heritage through traditions and recipes. Natalie confesses that despite holding her E.T. bag, When Harry Met Sally is her go-to comfort...
In this episode, our host Cindy Watson interviews Dr. Andrew Hahn, a Harvard graduate, licensed clinical psychologist, and the founder of the Life Center of Life-Centered Therapy. Dr. Hahn shares insights on negotiating from a centered place to achieve your desired outcomes. Cindy and Dr. Hahn will discuss the importance of finding inner peace and balance before entering into negotiations. By achieving a state of centeredness, you can approach negotiations with a clear mind and a greater capacity to listen and understand the other party's perspective. You will also learn the importance of emotional intelligence and the ability to identify and manage your own emotions, as well as be aware of others' emotions. Learn these practical tips on how to improve your emotional intelligence and use it to your advantage during negotiations. In this episode, you will explore the common pitfalls that people face in negotiations and how to avoid them. Dr. Hahn offers insights on how to navigate power dynamics and overcome resistance in negotiations. You will come away from this episode with a deeper understanding of how to negotiate from a centered place and achieve better outcomes in all areas of your lives. Tune in to hear from Dr. Andy Hahn, a leading expert in negotiation and Life Centered Therapy and with your negotiations expert Cindy Watson. You'll discover: How to negotiate with your mindset How to negotiate with bullies or people with power How to handle ego What role does emotion play in the negotiation? Key skills that make a great negotiator And much more! More about Dr. Andrew Hahn: Website: www.lifecenteredtherapy.com Dr. Andrew Hahn's book: www.amazon.com/One-Hour-Miracle-Process-Self-Healing-Re-author/dp/0757324150 Social Media links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lifecenteredtherapy/ instagram.com/drandrewhahn instagram.com/lifecenteredtherapy https://www.facebook.com/LifeCenteredTherapy/ Email: email@example.com If you're looking to up-level your negotiation skills, I have everything from online to group to my signature one-on-one mastermind & VIP experiences available to help you better leverage your innate power to get more of what you want and deserve in life. Check out our website at www.ArtofFeminineNegotiation.com if that sounds interesting to you. Get Cindy's book here: Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 EBook https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 Barnes and Noble https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-art-of-feminine-negotiation-cindy-watson/1141499614?ean=9781631959776 CONNECT WITH CINDY: Website: www.womenonpurpose.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womenonpurposecommunity/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenonpurposecoaching/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/thecindywatson Show: https://www.womenonpurpose.ca/media/podcast-2/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/womenonpurpose1 YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hersuasion Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My guest this episode is Sheryl Cababa. Sheryl is the Chief Design Officer at Substantial, an insights, design, and development firm based in Seattle, WA. Sheryl and her colleagues are working with amazing partners – like The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – and using equity-centered research to improve education technology. Sheryl and I discuss what “equity-centered research” is and how it might benefit the kids in your life. More information about Sheryl and her new book, Closing the Loop: Systems Thinking for Designers, can be found at TalkingAboutKids.com.
We are in a system that is sick-care based. But we need to be more than that in order to really address the root of our health challenges. Our guest in this episode found the connection between her struggles with lifelong GI issues and plant-based nutrition. Now, she is on her path to healing. Joining Corinna Bellizzi is Ashley Kitchens, RD, MPH, a nationally recognized plant-based registered dietitian and spokesperson. She founded her company, Plant Centered Nutrition, to help others transition to a plant-centered way of eating through a holistic approach and intuitive eating practices. In this conversation, she tells us her story of using plant-based eating to heal herself. Ashley also talks about the challenges women often face as they navigate the healthcare system. Follow along with Ashley and Corinna as they show the power of plants to not only heal you from health challenges but also keep you healthy. Key takeaways from this episode:· What is plant-centered and how can it support your health journey· How to have the most effective nutrient-absorption· The challenges women face with healthcare· Healthcare versus sick care· Plant-based diet recommendations Guest Social Links:Website: https://plantcenterednutrition.us Instagram: https://instagram.com/plantcenterednutrition LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleykitchens/
Friendship is a dynamic force that holds the capacity to mend some of the broken pieces of our stories. Today on the podcast, Hannah and Nicole sit down with writer, speaker, and mental health advocate, Chinae Alexander, to dig into the beauty and power of ‘chosen family'. As a content creator, Chinae shares a lot of her life with her online community, and together we discuss the nuances of this digital space in tandem with the nature of the community she has built with the deep personal friendships she has cultivated over the course of many years. We talk about the practice of presence, the concept of curiosity as a pathway to meaningful relationships, and how every moment shared together—from birth and death to our watershed moments and the simple, everyday mundane ones—carries the potential to move us from friendship to family. Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
These days discernment may be the least popular yet most needed of all spiritual disciplines to stay true to the faith once and for all delivered to us in the Holy Scriptures. Jude's exhortations to his believing readers anticipate the challenges we face in our day which require Biblical understanding, wisdom, and vigilance in contending for the faith. Verses 16-23 of Jude draw distinctions between the ungodly and the holy. The ungodly are identified with a list of sinful attributes which characterize their faithlessness, while the holy are exhorted to stand against them by applying their faith in key areas. These differences listed in 2 columns draw a stark contrast. On the one hand: the ungodly are described as grumblers and malcontents – following their own sinful desires – loud mouth boasters – showing favoritism to gain advantage – they are scoffers – following ungodly passions – they cause divisions – they are worldly people devoid of the Spirit. Opposed to them are the holy who are beloved – remembering the predictions of the apostles – building up their most holy faith – praying in the Spirit – keeping themselves in the love of God – waiting for the mercy of our Lord Jesus – extending mercy to those in doubt – saving others by snatching them from the fire – and showing mercy with fear hating even garments stained by the flesh. Today we consider loud mouth boasting as opposed to faith building in addition to favoritism as opposed to praying in the Spirit. Following Jude's model of 'whole council of God integration', today's sermon draws examples from the greater context of scripture to aid in our understanding of Jude's teaching.
The cost of an EV battery will astound you. A long debate centered around the question what does a flourishing city mean to a Mysterian? Patrick Reusse with his weekly sports report. Heard On The Show: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Tonight we're talking about beaver hunting, NOT trapping. That's right. We've upped the stakes. The post Let's Go Hunt 028 – High-Centered On A Sapling appeared first on Firearms Radio Network.
Edited recording BCAD009 Live Chat:04/05/2023 (Linked In) BCAD Live Chats are not limited to one platform. We hope to schedule on different days in order to help provide more opportunity for live participation across the globe. To find out where/when the next Live Chat will take place be sure to follow: on Twitter Nefertiti: @NefMatOli Cheryl: @WhoAmIToStopIt Thomas: @tsreid For Transcript visit: www.ReidMyMind.com
HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
S1E3: In the "Driver's" Seat (Part 1) The drivers of health (DOH) play a significant role in health outcomes, yet most existing health care business models are not equipped to address them. In these episodes, we explain why a health care entity would, and should, tackle the drivers of health, and how they can go about doing so effectively and sustainably. Join Ann Somers Hogg for part 1 of this series as she speaks with Mini Kahlon, an innovator who has built a new business model to address the DOH. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
In this episode, we are joined by Mark Treshock, the Executive Director of CVS Health. He shares insights on challenges healthcare organizations are facing in achieving interconnectivity, areas of healthcare that are ripe for innovating to achieve connectivity, characteristics of connectivity that healthcare organizations should strive for, and much more!This episode is sponsored by Avaneer Health.
Continuing with Part 4 of The Five Omissions Of Reward-Centered Leaders series! Tim and Gordon discuss the fourth omission: Running Great Team Meetings.
Episode #87: Shift Towards A More Nature-Centered Life Join us today as Colleen Interview's Odile Smith on Take the Leap. After 25 years in corporate as a buyer and another 8 years as a sustainable buying office for multinationals, I decide to create a community called the biophilic hub where people and professionals looking to shift towards a more nature-centered life and can connect. To connect with today's guest: Odile Smith @thebiophilichub Facebook group: thebiophilichub To connect with the host: Colleen Biggs https://colleen360.com/ https://colleenbiggs.net/ Be sure to consider Colleen to speak at your next event! Join the Leap Community so you can Step Into the Spotlight, be seen, be heard and be visible today! https://colleenbiggs.net/community/ Thank you to our Sponsor today: Julie Jones & Get Shit done coaching Are you overwhelmed and overworked with a never ending to do list? Do you constantly feel tired because life seems hard and your needs are nowhere near the top of a priority list? As an adventure and breakthrough coach, Julie Jones will support you in a life that is easy, effortless, and most of all FUN! Stop spending time on the "have to" in life and start truly living a life of "I get to". What are you waiting for? Take action and go to www.juliejones.biz and book a free 30 minute live out loud call with Julie.
This week on the podcast, Hannah and Nicole sit down with certified life planner and relationship expert, Chanel Dokun, to dig into what it means to truly live the “good life.” So often we pursue this ideal by striving after external markers of success (building enviable careers and crafting the picture-perfect life to name a few) in an attempt to satisfy our longing to live a better story than the one we are writing. Through sharing her personal story with us, Chanel delightfully maps out the journey from stress and disappointment to joy and contentment as she has learned to walk into her unique power and purpose. In addition to her empirical experience, Chanel draws upon the wisdom gleaned from her coaching work and therapy training to frame the process of creating the life you've been waiting for. You won't want to miss this inspiring conversation! Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
Trust-based relationships are vital for creating a positive and productive coaching experience. A coaching relationship with a strong foundation of trust, honesty, and respect allows clients to feel safe to be vulnerable. It helps them to be more receptive, knowing that the coach is coming from a place of support and respect. That foundation sets the stage for the client's success. In today's installment in our series on the Art of Coaching, I'm discussing why cultivating trust in your relationships is crucial. We're expanding on all the topics we've covered so far and looking at how trust can be integrated at each stage. Without trust, our ability to be ethical, powerful coaches that serve our clients consistently is compromised. In this episode, I'm sharing what it means to create a relationship centered on trust, steps to build that strong foundation in your relationships, why it matters, and outside factors we must consider when co-creating these relationships with our clients. Enjoy the episode! If you want to learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. * * * * * * Grow Your Coaching Practice! Go from idea to income in 90 days or less with the free Coach with Clarity Business Blueprint! Want to connect further? Follow me on Instagram and send me a DM! Want to work together? Join the Coach with Clarity Collective today!
In the second half of Romans 3, Paul transitions to the Gospel, and the hope we have in Christ. He declares that justification is by faith alone in Jesus Christ, to all who believe. We cannot be saved by our works, but solely by faith in Jesus Christ, which is given to us freely by God's grace.
By: Jon Vinterno
In this episode I cover the 4 phases of the Landreth child-centered play therapy model. It's important to know these phases to recognize where a child is in the process. It's also helpful to know how to communicate these phases to parents. The 4 phases are: Initiation Resistance Work Termination Podcast HQ: https://www.playtherapypodcast.com Play Therapy Training HQ: https://www.playtherapynow.com Email me: email@example.com Follow me on Twitter: @thekidcounselor https://twitter.com/thekidcounselor
Today is a special day on the podcast. It is my birthday! I am currently on a silent meditation retreat, but I thought sharing this guided practice would be a fun way to celebrate through time and space. Enjoy this 13 minute guided meditation if it is your bithday or you want to pretend it is your birthday. This is also a great episode to share with your friends and loved ones on their birthday (like a little love note). If you want to listen to more of my guided meditations, head on over to Centered in the City and sign up for your 7-day free trial. Explore over hundreds of guided practices for every day moments that call for presence and attention.
Happy new podcast day listeners! For Reel Film Nerds Episode #320 we chat about a very serious war film, Guy Ritchie's The Covenant starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim. Not serious topics include 420, we have a brand new giveaway (hint it's Scream VI), and Champagne or Champagne of Beers? War is always a difficult topic to cover in any medium. Film, especially a really well done war film shows the horrors, brotherhood, and victims of war to those of us who will never experience such tragedy. Guy Ritchie's The Covenant is one of those war films that sparks a conversation. Centered on the Afghanistan War, specifically the bond between soldiers of different countries, Guy Ritchie's The Covenant opens the viewers minds and eyes to bear witness to the duty and love soldiers have for one another even from different countries. Jake Gyllenhaal does an incredible job. He is a fantastic actor with a huge range and has starred in war films before. Dar Salim though was on another level. He steals the spotlight from Jake and he deserves it. What an incredible job he does as Ahmed, an Afghanistan translator. The shots, cinematography, and stunts were all top notch but not award winning. The story though, inspired by true events, not based on a true story, is just incredible. It really makes this film what it is. Matt and Mike both agree Guy Ritchie's The Covenant is a must see film. They both award it 4 out of 5 Reels. Next week we continue with war movies with our chat on Sisu that takes place towards the end of WWII. Don't forget to check out Ma Hinshaw Loses Her Cookies Episode #10 at the end of this incredible podcast. Thank you for listening and we will chat with you next week! If you have a film you would like Matt and Mike to review, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find us on all things social such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Why not join our Facebook Fan Group so you can yell at Mike and Matt from the comfort of your keyboard while talking about films. We also have an old fashioned website where you can watch trailers, read the host's bios, listen to the podcast, and get a ton more info on the movies we review. http://www.ReelFilmNerds.com Thank you for liking, subscribing, rating, reviewing, and telling your friends about our podcast. Finally go out and catch as many movies as you can!
Hey world-changers, I am so excited to introduce Zari to you! She is one of the Rockstars in my business Ekklesia, and she blows me away!! She sowed PENNIES to get out of sleeping in her car and into a house in one month. She says, “Who needs to sow? People who don't have money.” Yep.Here's her bio:Zari Banks, M.Ed took Jesus' charge to learn of Him seriously and is on a mission to do the works He did and greater with Holy Spirit's power at work in her life. She's a teacher and mentor, author, entrepreneur and a dynamic speaker who pushes for the impossible with forceful faith.GOLD NUGGETS:Overcoming losing everything: job, house, son and being railroaded in courtWisdom supersedes moneySow your penniesWhat you're saying MATTERS!You can't replace your tithe with sowing. Tithing is your covenant protection and sowing is on top of that.Sowing into revelation comes from and helps develop intimacy with the Lord.Mark 11:23 Truly I tell you, whoever says to this mountain, “Be lifted up and thrown into the sea!” and does not doubt at all in his heart, but BELIEVES that what he says will take place, it will be done for him. V 24 For this reason I am telling you, whatever you ask for in prayer, BELIEVE (trust and be confident) that it is granted to you, and you will [get it].Sowing creates a covenant relationship so you can build something together.God set up the Kingdom financial system in such a way that everyone who engages with its principles may prosper.You can get a verdict in the courts of Heaven for anything in your favor as long as there's no unforgiveness.LINKS:- Zari's teaching ministry, 1123 Life: https://www.1123.life- Vision, Innovation & Planning: https:www.zaribanks.vip- Praying with Power & Purpose podcast: https://www.youtube.com/@zaribanksTake our FREE Business Assessment:SpiritCenteredBusiness.com- Join the Activation Ekklesia for Business: http://SpiritCenteredBusiness.com/activation- Spiritual Business Coaching: https://SpiritCenteredBusiness.com/coaching-Join the SCB Tribe: http://facebook.com/groups/scbtribeBe sure to answer the membership questions so we know you're legit! ;-)Copyright 2023 - Bralynn Newby Int'l. All rights reserved.
Next Level Leaders with Dr. Joseph Walker, III
Success must be handled properly and there are strategies exactly for that. Remaining centered in the midst of success is all about seeking God's way for your life. In this episode of Next Level Leaders, I incorporate biblical strategies to keep you grounded regardless of how successful you become.
Wanna be in the know when it comes to vegan/vegetarian/plant-based happening in Alaska? This is your episode. From new and upcoming Farmer's Markets, to Vegfest, trips to California and an upcoming event featuring Jane Esselstyn. Another episode of girl talk, eternal weather discussion and off the cuff commentary.
Allison Brewster Franzetti makes a charming return with PIANISTA, a new collection of recordings that the artist herself describes as a “rich musical tapestry.” Centered around Carlos Franzetti's Minotaur in the Labyrinth suite, and supplemented with works by Kapustin and Salgán, PIANISTA colors itself in Franzetti's signature style, a combination of jazz and tango alongside an always enticing homage to Argentinian sound, both folk and urban. These elements come together to drape PIANISTA in playful rhythms, warm harmonies, and the certain éclat only the pianista herself can deliver.For a tracklist and more information regarding this album, please visit Pianista – Navona Records.This broadcast is sponsored by Apple Music Classical.
Join Cindy as she interviews Dr. Annie White, author of "The Calm Code: Transform Your Mind, Change Your Life." Dr. White has developed a revolutionary step-by-step method to help lower stress and anxiety, and today she will be sharing her insights on how to negotiate with a calm and centered mindset. During the show, we'll explore the importance of being centered during negotiations and how it can help you achieve better outcomes. Dr. White will share tips on how to prepare for negotiations and how to stay calm and focused during the process. We'll also discuss common negotiation pitfalls, and how to avoid them. Dr. White will offer practical advice on how to communicate effectively, listen actively, and reach mutually beneficial agreements. So join us as we learn how to negotiate from a centered place and take the first step towards a more peaceful and fulfilling life. You'll discover: Effective ways of negotiating How to train your mindset What role does emotion play in negotiation? How to deal with ego Negotiating with bullies or people with more power What role does preparation play in negotiations? and many more More about Dr. Annie White: Website: https://www.doctoranniewhite.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-annie-white/ If you're looking to up-level your negotiation skills, I have everything from online to group to my signature one-on-one mastermind & VIP experiences available to help you better leverage your innate power to get more of what you want and deserve in life. Check out our website at www.ArtofFeminineNegotiation.com if that sounds interesting to you. Get Cindy's book here: Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 EBook https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 Barnes and Noble https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-art-of-feminine-negotiation-cindy-watson/1141499614?ean=9781631959776 CONNECT WITH CINDY: Website: www.womenonpurpose.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womenonpurposecommunity/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenonpurposecoaching/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/thecindywatson Show: https://www.womenonpurpose.ca/media/podcast-2/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/womenonpurpose1 YouTube: www.youtube.com/@hersuasion Email: email@example.com
Shame—we are all familiar with it. It can often take up residence in us, staking its claim and attempting to divert our attention and steal our power. Unfortunately, this often leads to great suffering. But what would it look like to notice our shame before it robs us of our joy? What if we tended to it? What if we gave it care and attention and allowed it to become our teacher? This week, Hannah and Nicole are delighted to sit down with Onsite Guide and therapist, Caroline Bravo, to unpack the intersection of shame and spirituality. In this conversation, Caroline speaks from a place of deep wisdom and shares practical tools to help us generate self-compassion and fortify the spiritual self on the path to healing. Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
By: Jon Vinterno
Men who once sold their brother into slavery motivated by resentment, now offer one of their own as a servant to liberate their father's remaining favored son from bondage. A dramatic stress-tested example of repentance indeed. In the case of Joseph, he was abused by his brothers in spite of his innocence. In this case, Benjamin is accused of a crime he did not commit and his brothers defend him at the cost of their own wellbeing in exchange for their little brother's freedom. This chapter continues to document the redemptive arc in the story of the covenant family. God is showing great mercy to the household of Jacob albeit through trial and testing. It is clear at the close of chapter 44 that the brothers share their father's anguish and pain regarding the potential loss of Jacob's one remaining (as far as they know) favored son. The vengeful mindset that would take advantage of a sibling for the sake of a personal vendetta is so far removed from Judah's intercessory appeal that it reads as if he is a different person... and in a sense he is. God has changed the heart of these men who had conspired to murder a brother twenty plus years ago. This moment marks the beginning of a Judah/Benjamin relationship that will continue for centuries between their family lines such that the southern kingdom of Israel comprised of these two patriarchal lineages become unified in national interest, geographic proximity, cultural identity, and Messianic purpose.
“Sexual dysfunction is difficulty experienced by an individual or partners during any stage of normal sexual activity, including physical pleasure, desire, preference, arousal, or orgasm. The World Health Organization defines sexual dysfunction as a "person's inability to participate in a sexual relationship as they would wish". This definition is broad and is subject to many interpretations. A diagnosis of sexual dysfunction under the DSM-5 requires a person to feel extreme distress and interpersonal strain for a minimum of six months (except for substance- or medication-induced sexual dysfunction). Sexual dysfunction can have a profound impact on an individual's perceived quality of sexual life. The term sexual disorder may not only refer to physical sexual dysfunction, but to paraphilias as well; this is sometimes termed disorder of sexual preference.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
Come and listen while Host Joyce Benning interviews a variety of extraordinary women, whom are working to make the world a better place! #DivasThatCare As a Renaissance Woman and founder of AponaHealing.com, Lidia Kuleshnyk (aka Lady Apona) brings together 30 years of passion, expertise and wisdom in pathways, for every stage of personal development, to help you live a Centered, Connected and Conscious™ Life. Lidia's Apona Healing Ranch offers Equine-Assisted Therapy and Equine Healing Retreats to help you return to wholeness through heart-centered, transformational relationships with horses. Equine Healing Retreats are a powerful pathway to reclaim your health, regain your energy and refine your power As a High Performance Wellness Coach, Lidia helps overworked, stressed-out, high achieving men and women master their inner power, manage their energy and stress and create their highest state of health. Spending time with horses in nature helps you de-stress and return to your center, allowing you to step into your power and become the conscious leader of your life and a conscious leader of the world. At Apona Healing Ranch, retreats are designed for your unique goals and needs, including private, group and corporate retreats. Through her own incredible journey, starting at the age of 10, Lidia developed a deep relationship with horses, animals and nature. This connection helped her heal her chronic health conditions, master her inner power and reclaim her sovereignty. Lidia now loves sharing her passion, vision and mission as a Thought Leader, 3 X Best Selling Author, Columnist with Expert Profile Magazine and Executive Contributor to Brainz Magazine. www.AponaHealing.com
I feel the ever growing sense that the nation is going to experience another Jesus Revolution and all indications are it is needed now more than ever.
Learn how to encourage a life-long love of learning through story. We'll chat with founder and instructor of Clear Water Press, Daniel Schwabauer, about how homeschool moms can use this unique approach with their kids. Show notes are at 4onemore.com/209 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/homeschoolwithmoxie/support
In this episode, I had the privilege of having a conversation with Os Guinness. Os is an author, social critic, and the great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer. Os has spoken at many of the world's major universities and at many political and business conferences across the world. He lives with his wife Jenny in the Washington DC area. Os shares about his early childhood in China during World War II, signals of transcendence, coming to faith, and practical ways to stay centered on our call. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (3:26) Os' Story (10:36) The Call and the Great Quest (14:14) Signals of Transcendence (24:51) Coming to Faith (28:57) Why It's Hard to Examine Life (32:50) Habits + Practices to Stay Centered
Edited recording BCAD Live Chat: 04/05/2023(Linked In) BCAD Live Chats are not limited to one platform. We hope to schedule on different days in order to help provide more opportunity for live participation across the globe. To find out where/when the next Live Chat will take place be sure to follow: on Twitter Nefertiti: @NefMatOli Cheryl: @WhoAmIToStopIt Thomas: @tsreid Scott B: @BlindConfucious For Transcript visit: www.ReidMyMind.com
Today we are honored to host Jessica Diggs on THE FULLEST Podcast. Jessica is a Los Angeles-based licensed midwife, educator, and co-founder of Centered. She's been a birth worker and reproductive health educator since 2012 — training, mentorship, and her first birth as a doula honed her interest in reproductive justice and empowering education. Jessica supports people and families through well-person care, home birth services, and conception support. No matter what stage of womanhood you are in, today's episode is a conversation worth tuning into. We discuss midwifery and its role in different cultures, reproductive health, and labor support. Jessica firmly believes that “you birth how you live.” She discloses her favorite rituals that should be implemented into every woman's life, including pelvic steaming, acupuncture, cupping, daily walks, castor oil packs, and dry brushing.
Today, Lindsey and Nicole sit down with writer and Onsite alum, Jonathan Merritt, to dig into a topic that's not often discussed: trauma in spiritual environments. Through navigating his own spiritual journey and conducting extensive cultural research, Jonathan shares his unique perspective on spirituality as both wounder and healer. In this episode, Jonathan elucidates the significant impact spiritual direction has had on his life and the set of daily practices he has put in place to ensure his journey of healing is a lasting one. Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
Robert Hege has one of the more unique paths that got him into baseball coaching. Throughout his career as a pilot in the military, he stayed in touch with baseball as a coach on the side. Upon his exit from the military, he moved into coaching full-time as the owner of Southern Baseball Academy in Hillsborough, North Carolina. Robert shares his reasons for adopting ArmCare into his program and the processes he uses that have led to some incredible success stories.
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Today on the podcast, we are using "spring time energy" to add some "freshness" into our internal/external spaces. I am sharing 10 different holistic spring cleaning strategies to support us "clearing the crap" to make space for what's next. Listen to the whole podcast episode and share with us on Instagram @OneWade, one spring cleaning tip you are excited to practice. Let's support each other taking action and having accountability during this seasonal shift. Did you find this episode helpful? If so, share it with a friend or leave us a review on iTunes. Resources Shared on the podcast: Needed Hydration Support Use code: Center for 20% off Rainbow Salad Recipe on Centered in the City Pilates Cardio HIIT on Centered in the City (try it for free with your 7 day free trial)
For Episode 006 we return with Part 2 of Luke Tadashi's discussion with Professor David Hollander where they take a deep dive into his book (@howbasketballcansavetheworld) — Centered around 13 principles that are fundamental to understanding basketball as not just a game, but as a structure for reimagining what's possible in the 21st century.
Gary was recently joined by former Italy and Juventus analyst and assistant coach, Antonio Gagliardi. Antonio was on Roberto Mancini's Euro 2020 winning staff with Italy and discussed match preparation and scouting in tournament competitions, as well as his experiences in data and connecting coaching to analysis. In this interview he discusses how Italy communicated their game model with their players, overloading players tactically, adapting to opponent's but keeping principles consistent, and much more!! This was part of a Friday webinar with APFA. Please join us in Philly with APFA on May 17-18 for the MLS Opposition Analysis Course. Centered around an MLS game, the event will focus on opposition analysis, and attendees will hear from technical staff members from either team both before and after the match. Combined with the APFA course in Opposition Scouting & Analysis, participants will forgo the usual requirement of reporting on a professional team, and instead conduct interactive group work on the day of the game on either DC United or the Philadelphia Union. Use the code event10 for 10% OFF..... Limited spots available! Register below: https://apfa.io/immersive-analysis-event-17-may/
Richard Foster, Brenda Quinn and Amber discuss the virtue of humility in a me centered world and how Jesus is our model. Questions Discussed During The Virtue of Humility in a Me Centered World: In a recent conversation with Rick Langer and Joanne Jung, Rick described a leadership book written in the early 1900's and its chapters primary focus was virtuous living. He compared that to leadership books written today which tend to focus on how to assert yourself, how to achieve your goals, how to find your identity and so on. That conversation seems to pair up well with your newest book Learning Humility. Why this book, in this way, in this time? Merriam-Webster defines humility as freedom from pride and arrogance: the quality or state of being humble. Will the two of you expand on that definition? In a culture that is SHOUTING, "Be great!" ,"You do you!", "Busyness and Accolades equal Success!", humility is often viewed as weakness, but how does Jesus view humility and how do we witness humility in his life? What are a few of the characteristics of humility that may be surprising to those who haven't spent time intentionally pursuing it? Richard, you pose a few questions toward the end of Learning Humility to help us discern our growth in humility. As I share each of those questions I would like for one or both of you to expound on why they're helpful to ask: Am I genuinely happy when someone else succeeds? Do I have less need to talk about my own accomplishments? Is the inner urge to control or manage others growing less and less in me? Can I genuinely enjoy a conversation without any need or even any desire to dominate what is being said? If someone desires to grow in humility, where would you recommend they begin? Let's end with, how can we celebrate and foster humility in those we mentor, parent, or teach? Show Notes cont. Resources Mentioned: Book: Learning Humility: A Year of Searching for a Vanishing Virtue by Richard Foster Book: Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster Book List authored by Richard Foster Related Episodes: 201: James Bryan Smith | The Good & Beautiful Life 214: Alan Fadling | How to Become an Unhurried Leader 211: Joanne J. Jung & Rick Langer | Follow Jesus to Become a Better Leader 29: Jan Johnson | Spiritual Formation and Hearing God's Voice Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on Living Centered, Hannah and Nicole sit down with the wise, radiant, and heart forward Nicole Meline. A former writing professor at Columbia and Rutgers and one of the founding master instructors at Peloton, Nicole now leads people on spiritual journeys of embodiment as a wellness coach and mentor. If you are curious about embodiment work, this conversation explores the many places where body, mind, and spirit intersect. Nicole invites us to ask big, juicy questions of ourselves, of our bodies, of our hearts, of life, of Spirit…she even leads us into some embodiment work and invites us into a beautiful meditation. So if you want to center yourself a little bit—to become a little more grounded and integrated today, we'd love for you to join us for this expansive and delightful conversation. Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters
This week Beau and Carl discuss the origins and the early history of one of the ancient world's most cruel and sadistic empires; The Assyrians. Centered around the city of Assur, and steeped in the heritage of the even more distance Akkadian and Sumerian cultures, following the bronze age collapse, The Assyrians burst onto the stage of history.
Agape Spiritual Center Podcast
In this talk, Rev Lee discusses that "To live as a spiritually centered being is to continually attempt to feel and know that the Divine is in all places and all situations." If you found this content valuable, please support our mission by donating: https://app.easytithe.com/app/giving/agapespiritualcenter If you want more information like this, please order My New Book "The Power in You" on Kindle, a printed copy, or the audible version on Amazon today. https://www.amazon.com/Lee-Wolak/e/B09PF5BQNR... Follow me: Facebook: Agape Spiritual Center Instagram: leewolak Twitter: Lee_Agape TikTok: RevLeeWolak Podcast: “Agape Spiritual Center” (Weekly) Podcast: “Thoughts That Can Change Your Life” (Daily) YouTube: @RevLeeWolak Email: Info@AgapeSpiritualCenter.com Website: AgapeSpiritualCenter.com