[00:02:12] Meditation and spirituality.[00:06:52] Eye-opening experiences in Colombia.[00:08:03] Colorful nature in Colombia.[00:12:24] Incorporating nature in glass art.[00:16:00] Artistic inspiration from family.[00:19:59] Getting into meditation.[00:25:38] Challenging glass projects.[00:29:38] Changing creative direction[00:34:21] Seattle becoming a glassblowing center.[00:36:10] Passing on glass blowing.In this episode, Kristan and Rob delve into the practice of meditation, emphasizing its dedicated and daily nature, which takes several years to truly master. Drawing a parallel, Rob compares meditation to glassblowing, explaining that both require consistent practice over an extended period of time. They stress the importance of having a teacher to guide individuals through their meditation practice and also mention the benefits of having a dedicated meditation partner. The discussion highlights how meditation cultivates a calm and joyful state of mind, which in turn enhances creativity. The guest shares that their meditation practice is separate from their glassblowing, indicating that the two practices are distinct yet complementary. Overall, the episode underscores the commitment and daily practice required for meditation, emphasizing its positive impact on creativity.The episode also explores how glassblowing can serve as a meditative activity, creating a serene and joyful space for creativity. The guest shares their personal experience, describing how glassblowing feels like a form of meditation to them. They explain that combining glassblowing with meditation brings about a sense of calm and joy that they cannot live without. The host agrees, adding that glassblowing helps individuals enter a calm and creative mindset, enabling them to work joyfully with their teams. Rob further emphasizes that despite any frustrations that may arise during the glassblowing process, one can always step back and find humor in the situation. This suggests that glassblowing not only provides a meditative and tranquil environment but also fosters a sense of joy and lightheartedness in the creative process. The host deepens the connection between glassblowing and meditation by inquiring if the guest's meditation teacher helped them understand how glassblowing can be a meditative practice. The guest confirms that while the teachings of glassblowing and meditation are separate, meditation has played a significant role in their life for several years.Nature serves as a major source of inspiration for the artist's work, influencing their projects in profound ways. The artist explains that when they practice or seek to be creative, they tap into a place in their mind or on paper where ideas and colors flow, and nature is their primary wellspring of inspiration. They express that most of their work is influenced by nature, as they believe it excels in providing ideas worth borrowing. The artist also shares a favorite project in Seattle, where they were tasked with creating 200 pieces for a building's entrance. The client desired an ambiance that evoked a connection to nature. The artist designed a piece consisting of 250 glass elements, incorporating flowers, leaves, and cattails to capture the essence of nature. Throughout the episode, the artist's passion for nature and their desire to infuse its beauty into their work shines through. If you enjoyed this Makers of the USA episode, please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Facebook. Please check out Makers of the USA's YouTube channel, Facebook and Instagram. Thank you all and stay safe and healthy.
Learn how to unleash your potential to achieve success Success is not just a destination; it's a journey that requires overcoming obstacles and using them as stepping stones to grow stronger. It's about facing challenges head-on and taking decisive action to achieve our goals. But it's also about challenging the stories we tell ourselves and tapping into the power of asking thought-provoking questions to discover better solutions. To achieve success, you must embrace uncertainty and not knowing and be open to new possibilities. My guest is a truly extraordinary person. Joe Mechlinski is an award-winning business leader, investor, and New York Times bestselling author. Joe has a deep-rooted passion for helping build engaged mission-driven cultures and challenging business leaders to think strategically about how they attract, develop, and retain the best talent to grow, regardless. Joe and SHIFT have been featured on Bloomberg Radio, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and The Wall Street Journal Online. He is on a mission to change how we work and has extensive experience working with high-end entrepreneurs. Key Takeaways: The importance of asking quality questions to unlock better answers Embrace the unknown and find strength in the exploration of new possibilities Challenging the traditional education system that prioritizes conformity over curiosity Resilience is a dynamic concept that involves self-work and healing Building a supportive community is essential for growth Recognizing the power of interdependence and seeking help from others Shift the mindset of limitations to one of unlimited potential AI helps speed up learning and the importance of constantly adapting All this and more is on this week's episode of Beyond 7 Figures. Stay tuned next week when I talk to Justin Cooke about obstacles and opportunities. So, don't forget to subscribe to the show to get that episode as soon it gets released. Until then, be profitable. Links: https://www.joemechlinski.com/ https://www.joemechlinski.com/podcast https://www.shiftthework.com/ https://twitter.com/joemechlinski https://www.instagram.com/joemechlinski1
Hosts: Robert Hatfield,Chance Hicks, Hiram Kemp, and Brad McNutt | Released Friday, December 8, 2023 Matthew 6:1-18 is an often misunderstood portion of the Sermon on the Mount. Some people come away from Jesus’ teaching there wondering whether it is Scripturally OK to offer a public prayer or for anyone to know that someone has given […]
This is a 'Deepen + Reflect' Episode, where we revisit Existing Awakened Love Episodes and Dive Deeper into the most Transcendental Parts of these Beautiful Conversations. We join host Angel as she delves into a deeply transformational conversation with Emily Fletcher in which they explore quantum sexuality, transcend conventional norms and embrace the fluidity of energy dynamics. Deep dive into the liberating concept of 'energy cocks' and 'energy pussies', challenging societal biases, and fostering acceptance. This episode celebrates the transformative power of embracing one's entirety, unraveling resistance, and redefining pleasure. They Chat More About: Playful exploration of potential erogenous zones beyond conventional boundaries. Liberation of masculine and feminine energies from gender norms. Challenging misogyny and homophobia through energetic self-discovery. Reflection on internalized biases and negotiating societal expectations. Insights from recent retreat experiences with Joe Dispenza. Recognition and celebration of gender non-conforming individuals as historical mystics and healers. Quantum sexuality as a space transcending time and space, exploring the fluidity of energy dynamics in relationships. Encouragement of self-acceptance and a more enlightened understanding of pleasure, identity, and connection. 00:00 Exploring Erogenous Zones Beyond the Norm 00:19 Transcending Gender Normatives and Homophobia 00:42 Challenging Misogyny and Homophobia in Society 00:56 The Power of Energy in Gender Identity 01:23 Language and its Impact on Gender Perception 01:47 Exploring the Fear of Penetration 02:03 Healing Misogyny and Homophobia through Energy Balance 02:33 The Yin and Yang of Energy and Identity 03:16 Embracing the Full Spectrum of Self 03:30 Understanding Resistance to Transgender Acceptance 05:17 The Power of Acceptance and Self-Love 05:49 The Fear of Our Own Power 06:57 The Role of Energy in Sexuality 07:22 Quantum Sexuality: Transcending Time and Space Connect with Emily: https://zivameditation.com/press/ @emilystellafletcher Connect with Angel: @angelikaalana @awakenedlove Angel's Website: https://www.angelikaalana.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, I am excited to dive into a fascinating topic I've wanted to explore for quite some time. We'll discuss the power of anchoring and communication skills with my guest, Claudia Ricard. Claudia shares her insights and experiences using anchoring techniques to create positive change in her clients. From her work with children to her unique Bunny Talk Process, Claudia's approach to communication and anchoring is insightful and impactful. Prepare for an enlightening conversation that will leave you with practical tools to enhance your communication skills. Claudia Ricard is a highly skilled hypnotherapist and communication expert who has dedicated her career to helping others. With a background in counseling and aromatherapy, Claudia brings a unique perspective to her work. She is the author of the book "A Parent's Journey and the Bunny Talk Process," which explores the power of anchoring in communication with children. Claudia's passion for helping others shines through in her work, and she is known for creating a safe and supportive environment for her clients. With her expertise in anchoring and communication, Claudia is a valuable resource for anyone looking to enhance their skills and create positive change. "We are creatures of habit, and we somaticize them. We just have them in our bodies." - Claudia Ricard This Week on Work Smart Hypnosis: How Claudia discovered her passion for hypnosis after seeing the positive impact it had on her son's behavior.Anchoring is a powerful communication skill that can be used to create positive change in clients.In effective communication, the importance of non-verbal communication, such as body language and tone of voice.The "bunny talk" process to create a safe and open line of communication with her daughter.Anchoring is used to reinforce positive emotions and experiences in children and adults.Everyone has their own inner resources, and her role as a hypnotherapist is to guide clients in accessing and utilizing those resources.Challenging the notion that anxiety is always negative, instead reframing it as nervous excitement or anticipation.Claudia's book, "A Parent's Journey and the Bunny Talk Process," offers practical guidance for parents in creating a strong bond and effective communication with their children.Connect with Claudia Ricard:Website: Claudia Ricard HypnosisBook: “A Parents Journey – The Bunny Talk Process” by Claudia RicardFacebookYouTubeJoin our next online certification course… wherever you are in the world!● https://WorkSmartHypnosisLIVE.com/ Get an all-access pass to Jason's digital library to help you grow your hypnosis business: ● https://www.hypnoticbusinesssystems.com/ Get instant access to Jason Linett's entire hypnotherapeutic training library:● https://www.hypnoticworkers.com/ If you enjoyed today's episode, please send us your valuable feedback!● https://www.worksmarthypnosis.com/itunes● https://www.facebook.com/worksmarthypnosis/ Join the new WORK SMART HYPNOSIS COMMUNITY on Facebook!● https://www.facebook.com/groups/worksmarthypnosis/ Want to work with Jason? Check out:● https://www.virginiahypnosis.com/call/
In today's Freight Broker Boot Camp episode, I will teach you how to get shippers as a freight broker with these easy-to-implement freight broker sales tips. This short freight broker training could help you get shippers faster regardless of your level of experience as a freight broker or freight broker agent. Enjoy! Timestamps: [00:00] Introduction [00:35] The Fastest and easiest way to get shippers [01:04] I share my story of how I got shippers back in '03 when I was just starting my freight brokerage [02:58] What are Difficult & Challenging Lanes? [04:31] #1 - New prospects don't trust you yet [04:40] #2 - They have been working with other brokers [04:53] #3 - Every shipper has challenging & difficult lanes [05:14] #4 - Challenging freight is not cheap freight! [05:53] #5 - You have to be willing to prove yourself [06:36] Final Piece of Advice [07:16] Get Your Freight Broker Training NOW! - www.FreightBrokerBootCamp.com [07:45] Subscribe, Rate & Review! ---------------------------------- If you enjoyed this episode, please RATE / REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an episode. Connect w/ Dennis & Learn More! Connect with me on LinkedIn Learn to Become A Freight Broker/Agent in 30 Days or Less! Watch Freight Broker Training Videos FREE
Whether you're a winter lover or not, there are probably some parts of this season that you find really challenging. Today's episode will help you not only hold that struggle, but it will guide you on the journey toward acceptance. Rachel will share some ways you can support yourself through the cold, the dark, and the isolating - so you can embrace all that this season has to offer. Tune in to begin. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This live interview got more views and likes than any of my other lives, by a wide margin, and a torrent of comments expressing awe and gratitude. When you listen, you'll see why.Check out this conversation with one of the most extraordinary humans I've ever met about a very important topic. Follow Imam Ahmad Deeb
We're sharing a recent conversation with Pat Sherwood and Adrian Bozman from the Varied, Not Random podcast this week. Join us as we separate fact from fiction, debunk common misconceptions, and shed light on the importance of personalized approaches to nutrition. Expect to Learn: ✦ The limitations of association studies in determining the effectiveness of supplementation ✦ The concept of Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) and their significance ✦ The importance of personalization and context when considering supplementation ✦ How to critically evaluate supplement recommendations and avoid unnecessary expenses ✦ Understanding the historical perspective and robustness of human nutrition before the supplement era
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Robert Brooks Cohen, is a screenwriter, podcaster (Two Bi Guys), and the author of the new book "Bisexual Married Men: Stories of Relationships, Acceptance and Authenticity". In this episode of Detoxicity, Rob shares his journey of self-discovery and acceptance as a bisexual man. He discusses the challenges faced by bisexual men and the shifting attitudes towards bisexuality in society. Rob emphasizes the importance of building a queer community and the benefits of in-person connections. He also explores the dynamics of mixed-orientation marriages and the exploration of non-monogamy. Rob reflects on imposter syndrome and the integration of his pre-coming out and post-coming out life. He concludes by discussing the role of masculinity in his identity and the importance of authenticity. In this conversation, Rob and Mike discuss various aspects of self-acceptance and personal growth. They explore the importance of acknowledging and accepting one's sexuality, taking baby steps towards self-acceptance, and the continued evolution and self-discovery that comes with embracing one's true self. They also touch on the addictive nature of "Law & Order: SVU" (one of the shows that Rob has written for) and the impact of meeting role models who embody qualities one sees in themselves. Overall, the conversation highlights the significance of modeling behavior and living authentically. Follow Rob on Instagram. Takeaways Building a supportive queer community is crucial for self-acceptance and personal growth. Challenging societal norms and expectations can lead to a more authentic and fulfilling life. Open and honest communication is essential in navigating relationships and exploring non-monogamy. Accepting and embracing one's true identity can help overcome imposter syndrome and promote self-confidence. Masculinity should be defined by authenticity and being true to oneself, rather than conforming to societal expectations. Acknowledging and accepting one's sexuality is a crucial step towards self-acceptance and personal growth. Taking baby steps towards self-acceptance is a valid and effective approach. Self-discovery and personal evolution are ongoing processes. Meeting role models who embody qualities one sees in themselves can have a profound impact on personal growth and self-acceptance. Modeling behavior and living authentically is important for oneself and for others.
What is the best "next move" for your career or your passion? Keep moving. Dr. Mike Massimino knows how to achieve unlikely goals. He not only applied to be an astronaut three times before being accepted as a candidate, the third time he applied he was medically disqualified. Yet, he still found a way to work about two different space missions, was the first person to tweet from space, and act on several episodes of the Big Bang Theory. We ask him about all of this and more, and he drops some terrific leadership advice. No matter who you are, this interview can help you achieve more. Before that, in our headline segment, a player has been dismissed from a professional sports team. What does that have to do with you? We dive into the actions of the Chicago Blackhawks against player Corey Perry, and how that just might change your outlook as you make your way through December. Of course, we still share Doug's trivia and OG answers a question about employee stock ownership plans. All that and more on today's show! FULL SHOW NOTES: https://www.stackingbenjamins.com/valuing-fresh-perspectives-mike-massimino-1445 Deeper dives with curated links, topics, and discussions are in our newsletter, The 201, available at https://www.stackingbenjamins.com/201 Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kimco Realty's (NYSE: KIM) President and Chief Investment Officer Ross Cooper says that retail and mixed-use property owners and tenants have become partners. In a wide ranging discussion he talks about the challenges facing real estate investors today, the evolution of the shopping experience and the possibilities for mixed-use properties.SOME KEY INSIGHTS:1. Taking on equity partners through joint ventures can offset high capital costs and support diversification efforts.2. For e-commerce companies, a physical retail presence can often complement digital platforms.3. Now is the time to explore investment opportunities outside conventional real estate, such as infrastructure projects or green bonds targeted at energy-efficient construction.
Get ready to ramp up your end-of-year game with our latest episode, 'End Of Year Marketing Strategies.' We dive into why keeping your lead flow active through the holidays is crucial, and how to scout for new opportunities with lead vendors. Learn about the risks of delaying appointments to the new year, backed by historical market data, and get tips on handling the common 'Call me after the holidays' objection. Plus, we'll cover the benefits of sending a Christmas Newsletter to both leads and clients, packed with useful info and a call to action.
Meet Steven Diamond. His WHY.os is Make Sense, Challenge, Mastery. Join us in this captivating episode of Beyond Your WHY Podcast as we delve into the life of Steven Diamond, an extraordinary mental health advocate and a renowned figure in the world of magic and illusion. Known for his appearances on NBC's The Jane Pauli Show and Netflix's Tiger King 2, Steven's journey from a misunderstood high school student to a global magician and mental health advocate is nothing short of inspirational. His unique ability to make sense of complex situations and challenge the status quo has not only defined his career but also transformed how we perceive and tackle life's challenges.Key Takeaways:Understanding Personal Transformation: Discover how Steven's early experiences, particularly a pivotal moment at a magic show, set the stage for his remarkable journey from an outsider in high school to a celebrated magician and advocate.Challenging the Status Quo: Learn about Steven's approach to life's complexities, how he challenges conventional thinking, and the way he finds deep, meaningful solutions to problems.The Power of Support and Belief: Gain insights into the impact of familial support in Steven's life, especially how his father's encouragement and validation at a young age played a crucial role in his career choice and personal development.Don't miss out on this extraordinary tale of transformation and resilience. Listen to the full episode now to unravel the magic behind Steven Diamond's journey and learn valuable life lessons that you can apply in your own path to success. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Supreme Court is weighing an $8-billion settlement between opioid victims, Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family. Two claimants explain their views on the deal and WSJ's Alexander Gladstone reports. Further Reading: -The Opioid Victims Who Won't Sign Off on Purdue's $6 Billion Settlement -Supreme Court Weighs Purdue Pharma's $6 Billion Opioid Settlement Further Listening: -How a Drug Maker Plans to Cut Off Money for Opioid Victims -Purdue's $4.5 Billion Opioid Settlement Got Thrown Out. Now What? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever wondered about what led to the criminalization of cannabis and its stigma in society today? There is still a great deal of resistance to cannabis, given the concerns over addiction and the longstanding gateway drug theory. That's why we have Sasha Kalcheff-Korn, who is heavily involved in the cannabis industry and cannabinoid therapy, to give you food for thought as we tap into a rather controversial but increasingly important area of wellness, the realm of cannabis. Her introduction to cannabinoid therapy came after moving to Colorado and working with a child using cannabis for seizure control. Ever since then, Sasha has been a fierce advocate for health access and cannabis de-stigmatization. In this episode of The Elevated Life, we're sharing "Challenging Cannabis Stigmas with Sasha Kalcheff-Korn" so you can learn about the dramatic benefits of cannabis and how it has improved the quality of life of many. If you're ready to ditch what the mainstream media tells you about cannabis and see how it could help you, then this episode is a must listen! Tune in to hear: Sasha's collaboration with Johns Hopkins University to study cannabis use in naturalistic settings The expanding role of cannabis in medical treatments and its value in mental health How creating a safe and accessible environment for cannabis use can decrease stigma. Demystifying parent's concerns associated with cannabis Join us in The Elevated Life Club for monthly group coaching, yoga, and meditation. Get started for only $7: https://theelevatedlifeclub.com/ Follow us on social: SASHA https://realmofcaring.org/about/who-we-are/sasha-kalcheff-korn/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sashakalcheff/ BRIT http://www.brittneycarmichael.com http://www.instagram.com/theworldbybrit http://www.facebook.com/theworldbybrit CHRIS http://www.heyitscarmichael.com http://www.instagram.com/heyitscarmichael http://www.facebook.com/heyitscarmichael
Are you ready to challenge the narrative that managing diabetes hinges solely on your A1C numbers? The reality is that your A1C only paints a small picture of your story, but we're so focused on the importance of this number that we lose sight on the daily complexities of diabetes management. It's time to understand the real truth about A1C and how to overcome the challenges of diabetes. Visit My Diabetes ResourcesWebsite: www.simplifyingdiabetes.comNewsletter Sign Up"More Than A1C" - My Signature Coaching ProgramThe Diabetes Nutrition Master CourseThe Free 5-Pillars Of Diabetes Success - Give AwayDon't forget to check out Ancient Bliss an herbal supplement company.Use Discount Code KEN20 for 20% off at check out.Have a question, send me a DM or email. I'd love to connect and answer any questions you have.You can find the show on any platform you listen to your podcasts!Don't forget to click on that subscribe button and leave a 5-star review, so you're notified when new episode drop every week.Questions about diabetes, don't hesitate to reach out:Instagram: @CoachK3NInstagram: @thehealthydiabeticpodTwitter: @thehealthydpodTik Tok: @thehealthydiabeticpodFacebook: @Simplifying Life With DiabetesEmail: email@example.comPodcast Disclaimer: Nothing that you hear on The Healthy Diabetic Podcast should be considered medical advice or otherwise; please always consult your medical TEAM before making any changes to your diabetes management
My guest today is Kate Bridal, a former lawyer turned legal tech marketer turned co-host of The Legal Burnouts podcast. We explore her professional journey, from drama school to working with primates (yes, seriously - she got to sign with chimps), to law and beyond. Kate shares with us how she's navigated the pressures of the legal profession, her adventures in legal tech marketing, and the ongoing career transition she's navigating. It's an open and honest conversation that highlights that the road is rarely linear, and getting comfortable with change and uncertainty is the name of the game. In this episode, we discuss: Kate's unorthodox leap from primate studies to law. Kate's path through various legal jobs, compassion fatigue, and burnout. Challenging the norms and status quo of the legal industry. The crisis of identity that can come with career evolution. The tension between personal ambition and family and financial realities. Kate's success in landing and acclimatizing to a legal tech marketing role through humor and honesty. Tips on networking and seeking career advice, even if reaching out feels out of your comfort zone. Learning to trust your gut over outside opinions. Kate's current thoughts around starting her own business and doing contracting work. The importance of taking conscious breaks and finding hobbies that reinvigorate you. The liberating yet anxiety-ridden process of forging a path without a clear career roadmap. Insider baseball discussion of keeping up with our podcasts Connect with Megan! Sign-Up for the Newsletter: https://dogged-painter-2837.ck.page/f4e1721839 Schedule a Catalyst Call: https://megansmiley.com/schedule-a-call Website: https://www.megansmiley.com/ ~ Connect with Kate! Legal Burnouts Website: https://www.thelegalburnouts.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-bridal/
Embracing the concept of taking time off is often met with skepticism in the demanding world of running a practice, where patient care and business responsibilities converge.However, I'm here to debunk the myth that a break is a luxury you can't afford. Contrary to the belief that the constant grind is the only path to success.I firmly assert that not only can you carve out time for yourself without compromising your practice, but it's also a crucial element for sustained success.Your practice is not a delicate house of cards; it's a dynamic entity that can adapt and thrive with the right systems and policies in place.Let's shatter the misconceptions around taking a break and, instead, recognize it as a strategic move that can enhance both your well-being and the health of your practice.Work smarter, not harder. If you're booked solid, move things around and be flexible. Your practice won't crumble if you take a well-deserved break.Key TakeawaysIntro (00:00)The fear of taking time off (00:41)Aligning personal and professional calendars (01:28)Challenging ego and shifting mindset (02:19)Practical solutions for time off (03:30)The importance of work-life balance (06:30)Additional Resources
The SEC/ACC Challenge was this week, and well, it could've gone better for Mississippi State. We discuss the losses for both Men's and Women's basketball. Jeff Lebby was officially introduced as MSU's HC. What did we take away from his opening press conference? We react to the latest news regarding the football staff, discuss potential transfer QB targets, and end with our final picks of the football season.
Sheryl Ziegler, Psy.D. holds a Doctorate in Psychology and is a Registered Play Therapist in private practice. She is the author of Mommy Burnout: how to reclaim your life and raise healthier children in the process. She is currently working on a new book. She is a regular national and local news contributor on topics related to parenting and mental health and did a Tedx talk on "Why Moms are Miserable" which is all about the power of connection. She is the host of Dr. Sheryl's PodCouch and the founder of the parent-child puberty course, Start with the Talk. She is a frequent speaker on chronic stress, parenting and burnout. Most recently, she has been named by Colorado's NBC affiliate (9News) as their Parenting Expert for the new franchise series Mental Health & Me. Listen to this episode of Whinypaluza, with Dr. Sheryl Ziegler about how to discuss sensitive or scary topics with your kids, including current events like politics and war. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Start your conversation by asking your child what they know about the subject, to get a starting point. Use open-ended questions. Understanding the kinds of information your children are exposed to in the age of social media. Open up the conversation by asking follow-up questions and providing facts so they can come up with their own opinions. Meet them where they are at- age-appropriate conversations. The parent is the most influential figure in kids' lives up until about the age of 15. It is ok to share opinions with your kid but keep the dialogue open. Understanding shifting narratives as current events progress. The conversations will be ongoing. How to avoid over-sharing! Fight, Flight, or Freeze plays a role. It is ok to revisit a conversation and admit you were wrong about something, or to admit you don't know something. Listen more than you talk and slow the conversation down. Understand your personal conversational strengths and weaknesses and don't be afraid to enlist someone else who may be able to better discuss the subject Ask your child where they are getting their information from and what platforms and people are influencing them. Helping your child do something with the feelings they have around what they are seeing. Continue building compassion and empathy in your children so they are better empowered to process the things they come across outside of the home. Connect with Dr. Ziegler: DrSherylZiegler.com https://drsherylziegler.com/ Start With The Talk https://startwiththetalk.com/ Mommy Burnout by Dr. Sheryl Ziegler https://a.co/d/gu0MWLI Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-sheryl-s-podcouch/id1464058631 TedX Talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwvctN3Uejg Facebook https://facebook.com/mommyburnout/ Twitter https://twitter.com/drsherylziegler Instagram https://instagram.com/dr.sherylziegler Pinterest https://pinterest.com/drsherylziegler/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/drsherylziegler/featured LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/drsherylziegler Follow Rebecca Greene Blog https://www.whinypaluza.com/ Book 1 https://bit.ly/WhinypaluzaBook Book 2 https://bit.ly/whinybook2 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/whinypaluzaparentingandmarriage Instagram https://www.instagram.com/becgreene5/ @becgreene5 TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@whinypaluzamom?lang=en @whinypaluzamom YouTube https://www.youtube.com/WhinyPaluza Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An incisive critique that examines the origins of contemporary American ideas about surveillance, terrorism, and white supremacy. For more than three centuries, Americans have pursued strategies of security that routinely make them feel vulnerable, unsafe, and insecure. American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability (Princeton UP, 2023) probes this paradox by examining American attachments to the terror of the sublime, the fear of uncertainty, and the anxieties produced by unending racial threat. Challenging conventional approaches that leave questions of security to policy experts, Russ Castronovo turns to literature, philosophy, and political theory to show how security provides an organizing principle for collective life in ways that both enhance freedom and limit it. His incisive critique ranges from frontier violence and white racial anxiety to insurgent Black print culture and other forms of early American terror, uncovering the hidden logic of insecurity that structures modern approaches to national defense, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy. Drawing on examples from fiction, journalism, tracts, and pamphlets, Castronovo uncovers the deep affective attachments that Americans have had since the founding to the sources of fear and insecurity that make them feel unsafe. Timely and urgent, American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability sheds critical light on how and why the fundamental political desire for security promotes unease alongside assurance and fixates on risk and danger while clamoring for safety. Brittney Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. I specialize in 20th and 21st century African American Literature and Culture with a special interest in Black Humor Studies. Read more about my work at brittneymichelleedmonds.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies
That annoying co-worker, stressful work meeting, or just plain challenging day, can lead to a "bad" eating habit of using food as a reward.A reward for getting through the event, day, or even dealing with another person or people.But this is an eating habit that isn't going to help your health or weight loss goals, so I'm sharing 9 non-food rewards for challenging days.These non-food rewards will improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being, so it's an optimal trade-off.
An incisive critique that examines the origins of contemporary American ideas about surveillance, terrorism, and white supremacy. For more than three centuries, Americans have pursued strategies of security that routinely make them feel vulnerable, unsafe, and insecure. American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability (Princeton UP, 2023) probes this paradox by examining American attachments to the terror of the sublime, the fear of uncertainty, and the anxieties produced by unending racial threat. Challenging conventional approaches that leave questions of security to policy experts, Russ Castronovo turns to literature, philosophy, and political theory to show how security provides an organizing principle for collective life in ways that both enhance freedom and limit it. His incisive critique ranges from frontier violence and white racial anxiety to insurgent Black print culture and other forms of early American terror, uncovering the hidden logic of insecurity that structures modern approaches to national defense, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy. Drawing on examples from fiction, journalism, tracts, and pamphlets, Castronovo uncovers the deep affective attachments that Americans have had since the founding to the sources of fear and insecurity that make them feel unsafe. Timely and urgent, American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability sheds critical light on how and why the fundamental political desire for security promotes unease alongside assurance and fixates on risk and danger while clamoring for safety. Brittney Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. I specialize in 20th and 21st century African American Literature and Culture with a special interest in Black Humor Studies. Read more about my work at brittneymichelleedmonds.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science
What if we reframed being 'weird' as a symbol of divine distinction? Get ready to challenge societal norms and embrace your unique imprint of God's image as we delve into a faith-based exploration of diversity and individuality. Drawing inspiration from Taylor Swift's powerful lyrics and her mesmerizing performance at the Eras tour, we revel in the beauty of God's creation, celebrating how our differences enrich the world with a mosaic of God's glory. As we embark on the new year, we invite you to shine brightly as a beacon of divine love in your community, embracing the distinctive color you add to God's diverse canvas.How does walking with Jesus transform us in a way that we stand out, a little 'weird', in the world? Our faith should reshape our values, priorities and relationships - daring us to challenge societal norms. With an intriguing glance at the church's historic alliance with the state, we discuss the recent drift towards societal irrelevance. But let's not view this shift as a loss. Instead, we see it as a golden opportunity for the church to reassess its beliefs and stand firm against societal pressure to conform. So, come and embrace the weird with us, let your faith be the light that guides your path. We look forward to embarking on this thought-provoking journey with you.Support the showSupport us here:https://www.bpcusa.org/financial-ministry/ BPC Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/BrentwoodPresbyterianChurch
An incisive critique that examines the origins of contemporary American ideas about surveillance, terrorism, and white supremacy. For more than three centuries, Americans have pursued strategies of security that routinely make them feel vulnerable, unsafe, and insecure. American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability (Princeton UP, 2023) probes this paradox by examining American attachments to the terror of the sublime, the fear of uncertainty, and the anxieties produced by unending racial threat. Challenging conventional approaches that leave questions of security to policy experts, Russ Castronovo turns to literature, philosophy, and political theory to show how security provides an organizing principle for collective life in ways that both enhance freedom and limit it. His incisive critique ranges from frontier violence and white racial anxiety to insurgent Black print culture and other forms of early American terror, uncovering the hidden logic of insecurity that structures modern approaches to national defense, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy. Drawing on examples from fiction, journalism, tracts, and pamphlets, Castronovo uncovers the deep affective attachments that Americans have had since the founding to the sources of fear and insecurity that make them feel unsafe. Timely and urgent, American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability sheds critical light on how and why the fundamental political desire for security promotes unease alongside assurance and fixates on risk and danger while clamoring for safety. Brittney Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. I specialize in 20th and 21st century African American Literature and Culture with a special interest in Black Humor Studies. Read more about my work at brittneymichelleedmonds.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory
An incisive critique that examines the origins of contemporary American ideas about surveillance, terrorism, and white supremacy. For more than three centuries, Americans have pursued strategies of security that routinely make them feel vulnerable, unsafe, and insecure. American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability (Princeton UP, 2023) probes this paradox by examining American attachments to the terror of the sublime, the fear of uncertainty, and the anxieties produced by unending racial threat. Challenging conventional approaches that leave questions of security to policy experts, Russ Castronovo turns to literature, philosophy, and political theory to show how security provides an organizing principle for collective life in ways that both enhance freedom and limit it. His incisive critique ranges from frontier violence and white racial anxiety to insurgent Black print culture and other forms of early American terror, uncovering the hidden logic of insecurity that structures modern approaches to national defense, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy. Drawing on examples from fiction, journalism, tracts, and pamphlets, Castronovo uncovers the deep affective attachments that Americans have had since the founding to the sources of fear and insecurity that make them feel unsafe. Timely and urgent, American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability sheds critical light on how and why the fundamental political desire for security promotes unease alongside assurance and fixates on risk and danger while clamoring for safety. Brittney Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. I specialize in 20th and 21st century African American Literature and Culture with a special interest in Black Humor Studies. Read more about my work at brittneymichelleedmonds.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
An incisive critique that examines the origins of contemporary American ideas about surveillance, terrorism, and white supremacy. For more than three centuries, Americans have pursued strategies of security that routinely make them feel vulnerable, unsafe, and insecure. American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability (Princeton UP, 2023) probes this paradox by examining American attachments to the terror of the sublime, the fear of uncertainty, and the anxieties produced by unending racial threat. Challenging conventional approaches that leave questions of security to policy experts, Russ Castronovo turns to literature, philosophy, and political theory to show how security provides an organizing principle for collective life in ways that both enhance freedom and limit it. His incisive critique ranges from frontier violence and white racial anxiety to insurgent Black print culture and other forms of early American terror, uncovering the hidden logic of insecurity that structures modern approaches to national defense, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, surveillance, and privacy. Drawing on examples from fiction, journalism, tracts, and pamphlets, Castronovo uncovers the deep affective attachments that Americans have had since the founding to the sources of fear and insecurity that make them feel unsafe. Timely and urgent, American Insecurity and the Origins of Vulnerability sheds critical light on how and why the fundamental political desire for security promotes unease alongside assurance and fixates on risk and danger while clamoring for safety. Brittney Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. I specialize in 20th and 21st century African American Literature and Culture with a special interest in Black Humor Studies. Read more about my work at brittneymichelleedmonds.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
“The biggest thing for me as a salesperson is to remember that you are responsible for the result of your communication. You are responsible for all your communication because you want to be. You need to get a point across. It doesn't serve you to say she misunderstood me. He didn't get me. That's not what I meant. They misinterpreted. None of that serves you. What serves you is getting your point across.”-- Frank Somma, Sales Expert and Professional Speaker at the Somma GroupAfter COVID forced the advent of video conferencing and only heightened our reliance on digital communication, sales expert Frank Somma wants to remind us that we talk, sell, and function best in person. An experienced sales leader, Frank joins us to speak on neurolinguistic programming, relational selling, and more.Tune in for insights on taking your sales career to the next level or empowering your sales team to reach new heights. Frank shares wisdom on AI and the future of sales, too. As we hurtle towards an increasingly digital world, don't forget the power of speaking face-to-face.Topics discussed in this interview:- Frank's start in sales and his journey to the present- A look at The Somma Group and Frank's offerings- His book, B2B is Really P2P- How to Win with High Touch in a High Tech World- Face-to-face communication vs digital- Our overreliance on tech as a replacement- NLP or neurolinguistic programming- Tailoring your communication style to your audience- Learning from the best- How to get through to poor performers- Challenging the stereotype of the salesperson- Frank's thoughts on AI- Key advice for advancing in sales- Rapid fire questionsTo get in touch with Frank, visit his website: franksomma.com. Also, check out his book, B2B is Really P2P- How to Win with High Touch in a High Tech World.For more Construction Disruption, listen on Apple Podcasts or YouTubeConnect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedInThis episode was produced by Isaiah Industries, Inc.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
For the next few weeks, "solo episodes" will include Calen Otto! Carly and Calen will be busting myths about sustainable and vegan living in bite-sized episodes.Ready to equip yourself with knowledge and practical strategies to navigate the intense consumption pressure that comes with the holiday season? Prepare to be enlightened as Carly and Calen bring their guidance on conscious purchases, unraveling the tangles of greenwashing, and making choices that harmoniously align with your well-being and the planet's health. Get set to uncover, rethink, and challenge the norms around our consumer-driven world!Transitioning into the realm of holiday gift-giving, Carly and Calen candidly share their personal narratives, underlining the charm of experiences and handmade gifts. They throw light on the significance of open conversations about gift expectations, and the exciting exploration of sustainable and secondhand options. This episode is a warm invitation to re-evaluate and transform your gift-giving habits into a more sustainable and meaningful practice. So, instead of succumbing to the usual pressure, let's focus on what truly matters - showing our love and cherishing quality time with our loved ones this holiday season!Guest Bio: Calen Ann Otto is a queer, anti-speciesist travel blogger who explores the big wide world on a very small budget. After completing a solo trip across the USA at the age of 19 with only $300 and a bike, Calen discovered that there are so many alternative ways to travel that cost less.Inspired by their love of meeting strangers and sharing their incredible stories, Calen created the Unruly Travel blog. There they share photos, videos, articles, and podcast episodes from their unique travels in hopes to inspire others to get out and grow. Calen has been to 5 continents, 35 states, 20 National Parks, and more than 20 countries as a vegan and is passionate about doing the least amount of harm wherever they go. They wrote and published 'The Art Of Unruly Travel On A Budget' travel guidebook to make travel more accessible to all. Support the showThanks for listening to another episode. Follow, review, and share to help Consciously Clueless grow! Shop my fav conscious brands. Click here for information on how to work with me.Join the conscious community on Patreon. Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Youtube | Tiktok Music by Matthew Baxley
Despite facing misogyny prevalent in the surf industry, Matt George, a renowned surf journalist and Senior Contributing Editor at SURFER for over 35 years, has been an advocate for women in surfing.In his new book, In Deep, you'll discover an anthology of Matt's most influential articles and photographs, including stories about courageous women in surfing. From a young Bethany Hamilton's shark attack as told from the perspective of the apex predator to a feature about Keala Kennelly that inadvertently outed her to her family.However, this episode goes beyond 'In Deep,' bridging the gap between new surf media and traditional surf media. We dive into the contrast between a WOC self-published podcast like 'Confessions of a Surf Lady' and the traditional, white-male dominated world of one of the most influential surf publications of all time, SURFER Magazine.Throughout the episode, we explore Matt's top tips for aspiring journalists and he shares his confessions on some of our most popular topics. But most importantly, Matt imparts empowering words of advice to all surf ladies on navigating a blossoming women's surf culture and industry.This episode is packed with practical writing advice, genuine surf stories, and thought-provoking conversations that you won't want to miss.Main ThemesAbout In-Deep: "It is a collection of stories that really reflect the zeitgeist. As the title In Deep implies, it gets very, very much behind the curtain of professional surfers, professional contests, professional people, and the great surf spots of the world." — Matt George [03:00 → 03:19]Women in Surfing: "In my experience, Laura, I have found all the female surfers that I've written about are very courageous and very powerful. While all the men that I've written about, I've found them very vulnerable, almost weak compared to the women." — Matt George [08:46 → 09:03]The Art of Journalism: "When I meet someone to do something as personal as a profile, as a featured article, I very much look for what they're not saying. Not exactly what they're saying, but what they're not saying."— Matt George [09:51 → 10:06]Connected to the Cosmos: "As surfers, we are a very unique, fringe dwelling tribe and we are connected to something absolutely extraordinary, connected to the cosmos, different than other sports." — Matt George [11:45 → 11:57]Diversity and Inclusion: "Having a conversation with you, someone that's worked intimately in a male dominated surf industry for decades, and hearing that there have been advocates for people like me. It's comforting, because for women, like me, still face misogynistic attitudes in the lineup." — Laura Day [14:44 → 15:09]ResourcesFollow us your host Laura Day: @confessionsofasurfladyFollow The Surf Société: @surfsociete for surf lady tips from #thesurflab inside the membershipPurchase In Deep by Matt George at DiAngelo PublicationsFollow Matt on Instagram: @mattgeorge_in_deepWatch Matt's Film: In God's Hands on AmazonSupport the showConfessions of a Surf Lady is supported by The Surf Société, our unique digital women's surfing platform where we come together to Learn More. Surf Better. Live Happy. Try out a membership with your first 2 weeks FREE visit Surfsociete.com/join
Kelsi and Trey defend the Emerald Fennell project by exploring her interests, Promising Young Woman, and Saltburn. Her newest feature stars Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi, Archie Madekew, Alison Oliver, Rosamund Pike, and Carey Mulligan. Become a member of The Extra Credits+ on Patreon here Patreon link: https://patreon.com/TheExtraCredits?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link Adam Nayman's Mind Games Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Letterboxd: The Extra Credits Instagram: @theextracredits Twitter: @theextracredits Tik Tok: The Extra Credits
Wonder what it takes to get fit and stay fit over 50? Curious about going to the gym yet the idea of it seems overwhelming? Lauren Bruzzone isn't your typical life long athlete, in fact she found fitness at 55 years of age, she's now on a mission to inspire those curious about fitness to take the leap and challenge themselves. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Lauren Bruzzone on her coach Wesley James' fascinating IG fitness posts, her journey to challenge herself, keeping her workouts interesting, stayinb fit for the long haul, keeping her brain engaged and never missing a chance to get some coffee. What You'll Learn In This Episode: The joy of practicing and mastering new exercises over time Lauren's secrets of consistency and challenging yourself a little bit The best time to go to the gym How Lauren approaches healthy eating Why keeping a notebook on your progress toward goals is crucial The power of creating short term goals to get better every day Why going slow, steadily increasing weight and intensity prevents injuries and builds strength in the long run Resources From The Show: Instagram page - where Wesley James, Lauren's coach features her amazing skills - @mrjamescpt - Instagram
Low inventory, high interest, commission lawsuits and affordability (or lack thereof). Real estate is getting more challenging by the day, leaving consumers and agents alike wondering: what the heck is going on with the market? There's a ton of uncertainty and fear right now, and if left unchecked, it leads to panic and ultimately, paralysis. Agents who combat the fear with communication, market knowledge and expert advice will win in this market. If we're able to confidently guide people forward at a time of great uncertainty, we'll have a client for life, and plenty of referrals too. What vital information do we need to be sharing with consumers right now? How do we help them navigate this challenging market? In this episode, I'm joined by the CEO of Keeping Current Matters, David Childers. He shares how we can be the lighthouse in the storm of the market we're in right now, and how to use information to combat uncertainty. If you're able to confidently guide someone forward at a time where they're not sure what to do, that's a client for life. -David Childers Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode -Data or distraction Agents can't stop talking about the commission lawsuit, but is it a topic consumers really care about? -Factually correct but tremendously misleading In a market like today's, a headline can be more damaging than what's actually happening. How do we separate panic-mongering news from insightful information? -Fear = Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything and Rise How do we bridge the gap between paralysis and action? Guest Bio David Childers is a featured thought leader in the real estate industry widely recognized for his expertise, leadership, and unwavering commitment to keeping agents well informed about the ever-changing dynamics of the real estate market. He is well known for his ability to captivate audiences by combining his profound market knowledge with engaged storytelling. His unmatched ability to simplify complex market concepts and distill them into actionable strategies equips agents with the knowledge and clarity they need to maximize their business and be the go-to resource in their local market. As the CEO of Keeping Current Matters, David has revolutionized the way real estate professionals stay ahead. He has kept his finger on the pulse of the real estate industry for more than 20 years. Notably, he and KCM delivered over 200 presentations at the peak of the COVID pandemic – bringing calm and confidence to a nervous industry. His deep understanding of market dynamics, economic indicators, and consumer behavior continues to prove instrumental in helping agents navigate challenging times and capitalize on emerging opportunities. He continues to contribute in this capacity today. You can sample his content on KCM's podcast, YouTube Channel and our regular webinars, and more. David's passion is rooted in his unwavering commitment to equipping agents to be the standout expert in their market so that every family can feel confident when buying and selling a home. For more information, head to https://www.keepingcurrentmatters.com/. Episode: 317 Title: How to Combat Confusion and Eliminate Fear in a Challenging Market w/David Childers Host: Michael J. Maher
This week, Jameela is joined by writer, broadcaster and feminist organizer Clementine Ford to discuss the historical roots of marriage as a tool of patriarchal control, the illusions surrounding modern matrimony and the modern marketing machinery that sustains its myth. They discuss the cost & invisible labor in marriage, women's agency and empowerment in a modern world, the many ways to celebrate ourselves outside of the traditional "Big Day" wedding day and much more. Clementine Ford's book "I Don't: The Case Against Marriage" is out now.And her IG @Clementine_Ford Buy Tickets to 'Choose Love' here https://www.axs.com/events/514295/james-blake-friends-tickets You can find transcripts from the show on the Earwolf website I Weigh has amazing merch – check it out at podswag.com Send what you 'weigh' to email@example.com Jameela is on Instagram @jameelajamil and TikTok @jameelajamil And make sure to check out I Weigh's Instagram, Youtube and TikTok for more!
Addictions are relationships with something and they often are not ones that serve us.Developing an addictive relationship with something can signal to us that we aren't enough on our own, or we must have it in our life to function.Sandra Elia-Taranto is a food addiction counselor, author and public speaker and believes the addiction cycle stems from a belief that we are ‘never enough'.In this episode, she shares her story, and also offers helpful insights into the addiction cycle, along with helpful questions you can use to hold yourself accountable.HIGHLIGHTS02:22 Sandra's Background and Work in Food Addiction Recovery10:13 The Buzz of Normal Foods and Changing Taste Buds16:59 Challenging the Notion of Lack of Willpower and Discipline18:26 The Importance of Positive Internal Dialogue20:20 The power of energy and self-perception22:31 Caring for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-beingSANDRA'S LINKSsandraelia.comHer book: Never Enough (on Amazon)ALISON'S LINKS:Check out the ULTIMATE PODCASTSGet your copy of Alison's Retreat ChecklistEMAIL MEVISIT MY WebsiteFIND ME on FacebookFOLLOW ME on TwitterFOLLOW ME on InstagramEXPLORE OUR RETREATS HERE!JOIN OUR GROUP HERE If you are a health/fitness/wellness entrepreneur, or a coachINNOVATION AVENUE: Fitness & Self-Care Revolution on FacebookANDROID USERS leave a REVIEW on PODCHASERAPPLE USERS leave a REVIEW on APPLE PODCASTS
The purpose of CelesteTheTherapist is to help shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste will interview guests from different backgrounds who empower people in different capacities. As we go through painful events in our lives, it can be discouraging to move forward when the light at the end of the tunnel is nowhere in sight. How do we overcome the grief that we face each day? In this episode, Celeste The Therapist and Karla Hylton, esteemed educator and author, talk about their pivotal experiences in mental health and the path to healing. This episode focuses on resilience and what we can do to challenge grief. In challenging grief, it is essential to recognize it so that we can begin to confront what causes us pain. This episode teaches that in the face of adversity, it is possible to discover a new purpose that awaits us. Stay on the loop and subscribe to learn more.
Giving USA's 2023 report on Charitable Giving, a cornerstone in tracking philanthropic trends, notably observed a 10.5% drop in giving year-over-year in 2022. While this data provides valuable insights, it's crucial to consider its alignment with the experiences of fundraising professionals and the true reflection of current giving trends. In this episode of the Go Beyond Fundraising podcast, our Chief Strategy Officer Trent Ricker engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Jeffrey Cain, who authored a series of compelling articles challenging Giving USA's perspective.
Introduction In this landmark 200th episode of the Bold Goal Crusher Podcast, we embark on a journey through the past 100 episodes, reflecting on the dynamic strategies, compelling stories, and transformative experiences that have shaped our understanding of achieving bold goals. Key Highlights from the Last 100 Episodes Celebrating the milestone of 100 episodes, emphasizing the importance of persistence and determination in the pursuit of ambitious goals. Exploring the significance of addressing chronic burnout and initiating significant changes for personal and professional growth. Gaining valuable insights on setting a robust financial foundation for business success, featuring a captivating conversation with financial expert Nesha Pai. Engaging in introspective year-end reflections, understanding the vital role of self-assessment in the pursuit of bold ambitions. Panel Discussion: Strategies for Achieving Bold Goals Delving into the enlightening discussions from the book series "Outwitting the Devil" with Kenyatta Turner, emphasizing the power of resilience and determination in the face of challenges. Unveiling the secrets to building wealth through real estate investments with guest speaker Sheena Braulick, providing valuable insights for listeners to explore new avenues of financial growth. Challenging the conventional approach to goal setting and encouraging listeners to adopt innovative and effective strategies for achieving their aspirations. Empowering entrepreneurs to craft an irresistible brand identity with marketing expert Katie Soyka, unveiling the importance of differentiation and authenticity in a competitive market. Embracing the mindset of stepping into the impossible with Coach Farah, encouraging individuals to push their boundaries and surpass their perceived limitations. Live Case Study: A Bold Goal Achiever's Journey Showcasing the inspirational journey of manifesting dreams into reality with guest Mandy Nicholson, illustrating the power of determination and visualization in achieving ambitious life goals. Exploring the transformative impact of embracing a minimalist lifestyle and focusing on essential tasks for holistic well-being with guest Carmen Ohling. Unveiling the potential of unlocking untapped resources through the innovative therapy of hypno-breathwork with guest Corene Phelps, emphasizing the significance of holistic healing for overall personal development. Interactive Q&A Session with Attendees Engaging in an interactive session with the live audience, addressing specific inquiries and concerns related to goal-setting and personal development. Closing Thoughts and Insights Encouraging listeners to prioritize personal boundaries and focus on self-care for maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Emphasizing the importance of embracing failures as valuable learning experiences and opportunities for growth. Nurturing a passion for the process and journey rather than solely focusing on the end results, fostering a mindset of continuous learning and development. Extending gratitude to the dedicated listeners, guests, and the podcast team for their unwavering support and contributions to the Bold Goal Crusher Podcast. These show notes encapsulate the key discussions, insights, and takeaways from the 200th episode of the Bold Goal Crusher Podcast, celebrating the remarkable journey of achieving bold aspirations and fostering personal growth. Connect with Sara Mayer: Instagram @saramayerconsulting Facebook @saracmayerconsulting LinkedIn @saramayerconsulting
Master the subtleties of finalizing annuity sales in our latest episode, 'The Art Of Closing.' This episode focuses on the nuances of reading body language and handling questions and objections during the closing process. Learn how to use simple, yet effective 'yes' confirmation statements like 'Does this make sense?', 'Do you like what it does for you?', and 'Are you ready to move forward?' to guide your clients smoothly towards a positive decision, and gain insights for deeper explanations in case of any hesitations or 'no' responses.
Ready to question what you thought you knew about the early settlements in America? Join us as we delve into the contrasting tales of Jamestown and Plymouth. We challenge the claims of the 1619 and the reality of slavery in America's early days, and discuss the role of evangelical Christianity. These two cities show the contrast that is present when you do things God's way vs embracing socialism. Far from the sugar-coated history lessons, this discussion explores the stark realities of survival in these early colonies. As we journey through the pages of history, we examine the hardships faced by the Pilgrims in their quest for religious freedom. We dissect the beliefs of these early colonists and look at their motives for leaving Europe. Their painful journey from England to Holland, and finally to the Virginia Colony, is a testament to their unwavering faith. We highlight the Mayflower Compact and its emphasis on Christian purpose and godly leadership. Wrapping up our exploration, we emphasize the significance of community responsibility. Stay tuned for our next episode as we continue this enlightening discussion.Support the show
Dr. Kwadwo is not only a dedicated healthcare professional but also a passionate researcher committed to optimizing ICU resources and improving access to palliative care without compromising quality. Join Dr. Stephanie and Dr. Kwadwo as they engage in a therapeutic and enlightening conversation about healthcare policy, with a particular focus on the COVID pandemic. They explore what went wrong, what went right, and the valuable lessons we can learn from this global health crisis. Together, they delve into the policies implemented in Canada and the United States, sharing their experiences as Ontario residents, discussing travel restrictions, vaccine passports, and mandates.Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion on how we can heal and improve healthcare delivery both in North America and around the world, especially in regions where vaccine policies have been coercive rather than individualized. Don't miss this insightful episode with two passionate healthcare professionals who share their vision for a better, more compassionate future.Connect with Dr. Kwadwo on:Unapologetic Leadership: Finding The Moral Courage To Do The Right Thing book: https://amzn.to/401ZHbJTwitter: https://twitter.com/kwadwo777LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwadwo-kyeremanteng/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kwadcast/?hl=enPodcast: https://kwadcast.substack.com/podcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@kwadcastsolvinghealthcare1948/aboutEpisode Overview:0:00:00 Intro0:01:13 Introducing Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng and His Work in Healthcare0:06:11 Ignored Health Factors in COVID-19 Outbreak0:08:41 Leadership Based on Polling, Not Unapologetic Values0:12:12 Holistic Approach in Leadership, Considering All Aspects for Success0:15:37 Core Values: Excellence, Zest for Life, Gratitude, and Courage0:18:35 Impacts of COVID Closures on Children's Mental Health0:29:10 Challenging the Black and White Thinking in Vaccinations0:29:59 Media's Failure to Acknowledge Metabolic Disease Risk Factor0:33:05 Pursuit of Truth in Medicine and Science0:34:43 Struggles and Tragedies of Dealing with COVID at Work0:37:14 The Consequences of Coercion and Lack of Understanding0:40:14 Considering the Patient's Perspective and Cultural Influence0:43:44 Personalizing Health Interventions for Individual Patients0:47:08 Leaders Showing Humility and Connecting with the People0:50:01 The Effects of Learned Helplessness on Children's Future Leadership0:53:36 Ways to Become an Unapologetic Leader: Leaning on Action, Embracing Failure, and Delegating0:58:16 Reflecting on Failure and Learning from It1:02:38 Meaningful Conversation on Healing and Facilitating ChangeWe are grateful for our sponsors:If you want to start a healthy scalp routine I have a special offer for you to help you do just that. Go to https://diviofficial.com/BETTER or enter BETTER at checkout to get 20% off your first order.Wear it to sleep every night and notice an improvement in your HRV and deep sleep that is off the charts. Go to https://apolloneuro.com/better and use code BETTER to get $50 off at checkout.These minerals taste like water, so you can down them in seconds every single morning. If you want to try Beam Minerals for yourself, head over to https://beamminerals.com/better for 20% off of the entire store.
In this episode, you'll discover how to identify your core feelings and use them as a key to access your deepest needs. Simultaneously, it's crucial to develop the capacity for self-care and self-awareness, guiding you toward your heart and intuitive wisdom, learning how to stay connected with yourself, and gaining a sense of the direction you need to pursue. Comprehending your feelings and needs marks the initial stage; the subsequent step entails engaging your mind and heart, employing both actions and contemplation. The essence of this exploration is to discover the foundations of your mental and spiritual well-being, using challenging feelings as a stepping stone to live in harmony with your core needs. Cultivating a lifelong practice of inquiry about what you feel and what you need can lead to a more fulfilling and nurturing life. In future episodes, this practice will form the basis for further exploration into transitioning from understanding challenging feelings to naturally and tangibly fulfilling your needs. • The Introspective Guides: download your copy here. • Watch the video of this episode on our YouTube channel. • Read the transcription & listen to this episode at Awareness That Heals.
In today's episode, Gina discusses the technique of using exposure (to various anxiety provoking situations) to build confidence and enhance your recovery from anxiety. Both Dale Carnegie and Claire Weekes were known to suggest that taking action and continuing to expose oneself to various life situations will help anxiety recovery along. Replacing fear with new emotional experiences in a variety of situations over time can be very useful in overcoming anxiety. Listen in to find out how to use these principles in your own anxiety recovery journey! Please visit our Sponsor Page to find all the links and codes for our awesome sponsors! https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com/sponsors/ Thank you for supporting The Anxiety Coaches Podcast. Find even more peace and calm with our Supercast premium access membership! https://anxietycoaches.supercast.com/ Here's what's included for $5/month: ❤ New Ad-Free episodes every Sunday and Wednesday ❤ Access to the entire Ad-free back-catalog with over 600 episodes ❤ Premium meditations recorded with you in mind ❤ And more fun surprises along the way! All this in your favorite podcast app! To learn more go to: https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program Learn more about our One-on-One Coaching What is anxiety? Quote: The essence of recovery is the gradual reduction of anxiety and the return of self-confidence. -Claire Weekes Chapters 0:00:24 Introduction: Finding Natural Peace and Calm 0:02:08 Insights from Claire Weeks and Dale Carnegie 0:04:01 Making a Firm Commitment to Overcome Anxiety 0:06:25 Taking Action and Challenging the Anxiety Story 0:07:12 Using Exposure Therapy to Confront Anxiety Triggers 0:08:15 Exposing Ourselves to Regular Life to Face Fear 0:09:08 Celebrating and Remembering Moments of Courage 0:10:13 Confronting Fear Head-On with Exposure Therapy 0:11:05 Replacing Fear with New Experiences 0:13:15 Changing the Anxiety Story Through New Experiences 0:15:02 Building Resilience and Confidence through Facing Fears 0:17:24 Combining Healing and Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Reduction Summary In this episode of the Anxiety Coaches Podcast, we dive into the importance of confronting anxiety head-on and using exposure therapy to build confidence. We draw inspiration from renowned experts such as Claire Weeks and Dale Carnegie, who emphasize the need for action and taking control of our fears. By engaging in meaningful work and activities that hold personal significance, we can combat anxiety and regain a sense of control over our lives. Acknowledging the issue is the first step towards overcoming anxiety and panic. I encourage listeners to make a firm commitment to challenging their anxiety story and utilizing exposure therapy as a tool for confronting triggers. Throughout the podcast, we emphasize the significance of celebrating the small victories when facing our fears. By doing so, we can boost our confidence and courage in overcoming anxiety. At the Anxiety Coaches Podcast and our group coaching sessions, we understand the value of actively facing our fears through exposure therapy. Rather than avoiding anxiety-provoking situations, we intentionally confront them to deconstruct the exaggerated threats in our minds. Through this process, we gain new experiences that contradict our anxious narratives, ultimately replacing fear with more realistic and positive stories. However, change and progress don't happen overnight. We encourage listeners to be patient and kind to themselves as they take gradual steps towards their goals. Alongside exposure therapy, we also emphasize the importance of acquiring coping strategies such as relaxation techniques and mindfulness to manage anxiety. This combination of commitment to healing and exposure therapy empowers individuals to challenge the stories that hold them back and replace fear with confidence and courage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Infidelity and betrayal are hard enough without the added stigma and shame of being “the betrayed partner” or being married to “a cheating man.” In this episode we will dispelling the stereotypes, judgments, and assumptions surrounding infidelity so you can stand solid in your truth, avoid judgment from self or others, and move forward with healing. Top take-a-ways Coming to terms with your personal beliefs and stereotypes about cheaters, betrayed women, and the other woman. Humanizing all parties, recognizing the complexities of choices, and encouraging self-reflection as a way to overcome stigma and shame surrounding infidelity. Learning to judge based on merits, not on beliefs or assumptions, while at the same time finding forgiveness and acceptance with what happened. Sparkle After Betrayal Recovery Guide at www.BetrayalRecoveryGuide.com, a guide designed to help you take the first steps in feeling better, so you can reclaim your power, own your worth, and start putting yourself, and your life, back together again. Learn More & Apply Here! www.AffairRecoveryForWomen.com About Lora: Attorney, speaker and Burnout & Betrayal Recovery Coach, Lora Cheadle believes that betrayal uncovers the truth of what's possible when we stop focusing on what was done to us and start showing up unapologetically for ourselves. She helps women rebuild their identity and self-worth after infidelity so they can reclaim (or find for the very first time) their confidence, clarity, and connection to source and create their own kind of happily ever after. Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this podcast! Take charge of your mental health and get 10% off your first month of therapy at https://BetterHelp.com/FLAUNT Untangle yourself from the past, reclaim your power, and own your worth so you can create a future you love on your own terms. All with a wink and a smile! Learn more at www.loracheadle.com and follow me across all social! The most comfortable shoes you will ever wear! Available in seven heel heights, these shoes will keep you comfortably on your feet for 12 hours. Made with cork, many styles are available including heels, wedges, and boots. www.EuropeanHeels.com $25 off with Discount Code Flaunt Purchase Lora's book, FLAUNT! Drop Your Cover and Reveal Your Smart, Sexy & Spiritual Self on Amazon, IndieBound or wherever books are sold.
In this Momentum Podcast episode, join Alex on a transformative journey as he shares insights into the pursuit of momentum, creation of new realities, and the optimization of self. Challenging the conventional approach to transformation, Alex delves into the importance of process, structure, and routine in achieving lasting change. Tune in to explore the power of daily habits, from the simple act of hydrating to the implementation of a personal operating system. Transformation is not just a moment but a daily commitment to progress. Ready for more? Book a call with our team and see how we can help you get out of overwhelm and calm the chaos in your life and business: https://simpleoperations.com/survey
Challenging some of our understandings of the Book of Genesis, St. Augustine poses some difficult questions. He focuses on the creation account and the presence of the Trinity throughout creation. Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Jacob-Bertrand Janczyk explain how man is the recipient of God's overflow of goodness. Today's readings are Book 13, Chapters 1-7. To get your copy of the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/catholicclassics or text "CONFESSIONS" to 33-777. Please note: The Confessions of St. Augustine contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
Your marketing sucks... respectfully, maybe? But let's talk about the reasons it may be failing you and what you can do about it.Think of the "best practices" in marketing and business that you hold in high regard as foundational pieces to how you do marketing and business in the first place. When was the last time you actually evaluated them? Is that information relevant to where you are now and driving results home for you? What about the people, business, and resources you learn from and base many of your implementations, strategies, martech stack, and timelines on when both evaluating the market and your business? When was the last time you assessed the relevancy of those sources in today's modern era of marketing and business operations?Think of this episode as a mental questionnaire and checklist to reevaluate the core sources that influence how you look and do marketing. Hopefully, it sparks curiosity to explore and optimize it for better results and outcomes. Beyond The Episode Gems:Learn About My New Business Venture: S3M - Where We're Driving Inclusive Marketing & DEIB Integrations ForwardDiscover All of the Podcats on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkGet Free HubSpot Marketing Tools To Help You Grow Your Business Grow Your Business Faster Using HubSpot's CRM PlatformBook A Time To Hire Me To Help You Scale Your Business#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy: • Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Follow Troy's LinkedIn @FindTroy• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com• Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: StrategizeUpBook.com• Follow Troy's Instagram @FindTroy
In today's episode, I'm jamming with Branden Collinsworth again. This time, we explore the importance of reconnecting with nature and becoming sovereign humans again. Branden guides us through the importance of balancing the physical, emotional, spiritual, wisdom, and love aspects of ourselves through personal growth and self-discovery, and shares his insights into how we can make our old ceilings into our new floors. Branden is a testament to human resilience, emerging from a background fraught with adversity to become a global beacon of transformative power. His journey from the perilous grips of gang violence and personal despair to esteemed Nike ambassador and advisor to elite athletes and visionary leaders reflects his unparalleled determination. A mastermind in enhancing human performance, Branden's influence resonates in the successes of top-tier professionals and his transformative Warrior Retreats, recognized as the pinnacle of experiential journeys. Through all his endeavors, Branden proves that the spirit of human achievement knows no bounds. —Branden's Instagram @brandencollinsworth: https://www.instagram.com/brandencollinsworth —Nike Classes: https://www.nike.com/ntc-app —YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCyA1vNZ6Z2k7g26JNKA83g —Warrior Retreats: https://gogetfunding.com/warriorretreats2023/ —TedxTalk: https://youtu.be/kadse8DqMkU?si=j5DlujYSTS_nqAcu Themes: Reconnecting with Nature, Paradox of Technology, Holistic Well-being, Balance, Personal Growth, Self-discovery, Courage, Change, Authenticity, Healing, Emotions, Personal Growth, Integration, Embracing the Unknown, Beliefs, Stepping Into Our Fullest Potential, Liberation, Transformation, Purpose Chapters: 0:00:00 Intro 0:04:19 The Power of Choice 0:12:43 The Journey to Alignment and Expression 0:16:33 Preserving the Past vs. Ushering into a Love-centered Future 0:17:49 Technology's Detachment from Self 0:21:41 The Insane Asylum that society is 0:25:00 Monetizing Lack of Optimization in a Manipulative World 0:28:31 Plato's Allegory of the Cave: The Illusion of Reality 0:31:41 Bringing Others Into the Light: Our Duty for Love 0:35:20 Challenging Accepted Narratives 0:36:00 Questioning righteousness and biases 0:42:49 Critical thinking and the fear of censorship 0:45:59 Challenging toxic narratives in media and culture 0:49:24 The challenges and rewards of personal growth and optimization 0:57:05 The Power of Unity and Division 1:01:09 Willingness to Die for Truth and Love 1:02:48 Courage and the Power of Using Your Voice 1:07:37 The Importance of Humility in Conversations 1:08:48 The Courageous Path: Embracing Challenges for Fulfillment 1:09:35 Courageous Step Towards Optimization and Warrior Retreat Introduction 1:18:52 Connecting with Nature and Ayahuasca in the Jungle This episode is sponsored by SafeSleeve: Use code GROVES10 for 10% off sitewide at www.safesleevecases.com Drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsor product support, questions, comments, guest suggestions, or just to say hello! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices