“So when we can relieve the stress in our bodies, relieve the stress in our minds, we can feel better in our bodies and relieve that chronic tension.” -Robyn Tiger MD In today's episode, Dr. Jen Barna has an informative conversation with Dr. Robyn Tiger. Robyn Tiger, MD, is a physician & trauma-informed self-care coach. She founded StressFreeMD, a wellness practice that provides freedom through self-care education. In this conversation, Dr. Tiger shines a light on the importance of self care for the physician community and explains two of the types of therapies that she uses with her clients. The first is somatic yoga and the second is iRest meditation. Dr. Tiger has seen tremendous results in her work and if you have been suffering with pain or anxiety, we hope you'll find inspiration and a potential solution in this episode. You can find Dr. Tiger at www.stressfreemd.net and email@example.com or find her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/robyntigermd/ on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/robyntigermd and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/stressfreemd/ and check out her Podcast here https://www.podpage.com/the-stressfreemd-podcast/ Robyn Tiger, MD, is a physician & trauma-informed self-care coach. She founded StressFreeMD, a wellness practice that provides freedom through self-care education. Dr. Tiger utilizes her unique combination of trainings in medicine, yoga therapy, meditation and life coaching to educate others in stress management, burnout prevention and relief. Her teachings focus on complete physical, mental, and emotional well-being and resilience. Dr. Tiger's innovative CME accredited program, Rx Inner Peace, was created at the request of several busy physicians seeking an accessible self-paced online self-care program. It contains the most effective evidence-based self-care methods compiled from several years of providing physician education. At the request of other healthcare professionals and the general public, she created the Self-Care Shop which houses six additional accredited self-care programs open to everyone. Dr. Tiger is a Western Carolina Medical Society Healthy Healer Partner, Surge-On App Key Opinion Leader for Self-Care for Surgeons, faculty for Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy, Advisory Council member of Yoga Therapy Today & yogatherapy.health, and is an O2X Human Performance Specialist for first responders. She received her BS degree in Natural Science and Psychology from Muhlenberg College. She earned her MD, completed an Internal Medicine internship and Diagnostic Radiology residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and also completed a fellowship in Body Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Her deep passion to fully help her physician colleagues and patients grew out of her many years in medical practice experiencing and witnessing firsthand the need for self- care education. Dr. Tiger's distinctive combination of qualifications makes her best suited to fill the gap in physician education and successfully guide individuals to become the best versions of themselves and live their most fulfilling lives! Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog How many coaches do you think your favorite actors and athletes have worked with over the years in order to achieve such extraordinary success? What if you had a team of trusted thinking partners, experienced coaches who have helped hundreds of physicians overcome obstacles and who know what works? What if you were part of a community of like-minded physicians from across the nation, across specialties and career stages? 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What a delight to share this episode with my friend and philanthropy superstar Jodi Delaney. We discuss her work in the nonprofit world and how you can leverage purpose in life to manage life transitions and come out the best version of yourself, again and again. We summarize our discussion with 8 powerful mantras that will help you feel renewed energy and get on the path to being a powerful agent of change. Mantra #1: The nonprofit world is a place for your heart. See Jodi's heart place, the Television Academy Foundation. (LINK) See my heart place, Nurture (LINK) Mantra #2: We are all capable of being agents of change. Mantra #3: We have an opportunity to make a choice in finding our purpose. Some steps to do so include finding space, grounding, moving the body, practicing radical self-care and getting involved in a purpose-aware community. Jodi mentions her involvement with Modern Elders Academy (LINK). Mantra #4: The “pleasure” of finding purpose in life is renewed, invigorated energy, and a sense of having an important place in the world. Mantra #5: The “pain” of not finding purpose is staying “asleep”, unaware of the lessons to be learned and the possibility of not having a life legacy that makes your heart sing. Mantra #6: Learn through the “six S's of grief”: silence, swirl, shame, survival, surrender, and shower. Mantra #7: (If you are a woman or a man with a woman), Beware of the “seven dwarfs of menopause”: itchy, bitchy, sweaty, bloaty, sleepy, forgetful, pyscho. Mantra #8: You don't have to be in the “messy-middle” alone. Jodi loves to support others in the world of philanthropy, environmental conservation, and economic development. More about Jodi Jodi Delaney is a longtime executive in the worlds of philanthropy, entertainment, environmental conservation, and economic development. Currently the Executive Director of the Television Academy Foundation in Los Angeles, her career has spanned five states over 25 years, serving dozens of clients including the Trust for Public Land, Youth Policy Institute, the New Mexico Departments of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs, ABC News, HBO, the Discovery Channel and many others. Starting her career as a television producer and writer in New York City, she transitioned to fundraising and philanthropy across sectors, raising funds for the arts, workforce development, and environmental issues in addition to anti-poverty and diversity initiatives. She is also the Founder of Yatra Yoga International, which facilitated yoga retreats worldwide from 2006-2009, and from that experience created VetsYoga, a specialized yoga practice for military veterans with PTSD. VetsYoga served thousands of veterans via clients including the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, the Wounded Warrior Project and the Give Back Yoga Foundation. Jodi is also a certified meditation teacher, reiki level 1, travel addict, single mom and bonus grandmother to four adorable children. What is fun for Jodi Delaney? Dancing on the beach Hiking in the mountains Playing with children Connecting with high-frequency women at astonishing spas CONNECT WITH JODI Twitter: @jdelaney25 Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodi-delaney-b331a49/ Headshot photo is by Stacey Lievens.
Are you living in alignment with the way you were designed? Too often, we try to fit ourselves into molds that just don't suit us, to change who we are to conform to a set of societal ideals. But we're all designed to be different, and just because you don't operate a certain way doesn't mean there's anything wrong with you. In today's episode, I'm chatting with Erin Claire Jones about the ways Human Design can inform how we live, work, and communicate. Through her work as a Human Design Guide, Erin provides real, personalized guidance based on who you are built to be. She helps people across the globe understand themselves better in order to live more fulfilling, more aligned lives. The better we understand ourselves, the better we can be, both at home and at work. And when you bring your partner and peers into the fold, Human Design becomes a language for understanding one another as well. Join us in today's episode as we discuss the basics of Human Design and help you start reading your own chart. Erin shares which parts of your chart to dive into first and how to implement that insight in your everyday life. Listen to episode 370 now! In episode 370 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: [5:25] Understanding your Human Design profile and how it relates to compatibility [9:50] Finding balance between the two numbers in your profile [11:16] How Human Design can help us understand our limitations and our unique strengths [16:56] Creating boundaries in life and business according to your profile [20:36] How to find alignment when your experience doesn't match your profile [25:39] How to introduce Human Design into your relationships, both at home and at work [28:41] The most important parts of your Human Design and how to read them [34:20] What the arrows mean in your Human Design chart [46:57] How Human Design might align with your other gifts and ways of perceiving the world [49:57] Why it's okay not to understand your entire chart and what you should pay the most attention to [52:32] Understanding the channels in your chart [56:47] How Human Design digs deeper than generic advice and offers personalized guidance [58:29] Connecting with your intuition and how to know if you're naturally inclined to it [01:01:22] What it means to be a “projector” and what their energy feels like For full show notes and resources, head tohttps://untameyourself.com/podcasts/370 About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto Since 2013 I've been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught. If you've been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren't practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you're feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.
Do you remember the first time you saw people react to your videos? That feeling of seeing people's emotional response to your work is so motivating. Today's guests, having only started their studio a few years ago, are still riding that feeling. In this episode, they share the joys and the tribulations that come with building a business from scratch as partners. Key Takeaways A partnership helps you play to your individual strengths. Identify where each person is strongest and assign clear roles as early as you can. There is probably a production studio in your area that isn't getting used. Connecting and networking with other creatives can create opportunities that can get you into these spaces. About Glory Visuals Glory Visuals is a video production company based out of Omaha, NE. Austin Hall and Darren Clausen started it as a 50/50 partnership and have hired a full-time employee as well as some part-time contractors. Their goal is to raise the standard of quality content and creativity in the Midwest. Navigating the Complexities of Working as Partners Not everyone is cut out to be in a partnership like Austin and Darren. It comes with its challenges and special considerations, such as tax prep, budgeting, and goal setting. However, if you can agree on priorities and practices, you can be each other's greatest assets. Austin and Darren learned to set clear roles for themselves to make the most of their partnership. When you each operate within your respective strengths, the team will be much greater than the sum of its parts. Getting Creative with Studio Spaces Having recently moved into their own studio space, Darren and Austin are enjoying a new sense of freedom. By being masters of their own space, their creative juices are flowing like never before. With this investment, they have given themselves time and flexibility to shoot whenever they want. They now have a space that they can set up just the way they want and are proud to bring clients to. I bet there are underutilized studio spaces in your area. Reach out to other creatives, you may be able to find and go in on one of these places together. Just think of all the opportunities this could create! Do you have a business partner? How do you make it work? What would you do with your very own studio space? Leave a comment on the episode page! In This Episode: Building a partnership and business from the ground up [8:00] The benefits and challenges of partnerships [16:20] Asking the questions that help you pinpoint your areas of strength [28:00] Finding freedom inside your own studio space [33:00] What happens when you approach everything with an abundance mindset [43:35] Quotes “The more we do this, the more powerful we realize video is.” [15:30] “We have both found out our strengths. I would rather he operate in his strength and I operate in mine so that we can win as a team.” [21:59] “You cannot have a lack mindset at all. It will literally be the worst thing for you.” [45:33] Links: Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Core Find Glory Visuals online Follow Glory Visuals on Facebook | Instagram | Vimeo | YouTube | Twitter Traction by Gino Wickman Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman & Mark C. Winters Additional Links: Check out the full show notes page Do you have something to share on this podcast? Fill out this form here. Be sure to take the Grow Your Video Business survey for a chance to win some incredible prizes (if we do say so ourselves!) Stay up to date with everything we're doing at Grow Your Video Business Tune in to our weekly Facebook Lives Follow Studio Sherpas on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Tess & Natasha are off this week, so here's a classic episode to tide you over! Hope you all have a lovely week. We'll be back with a fresh episode Monday Dec. 6 ORIGINAL EPISODE DESCRIPTION (Feb. 24, 2020): This week is another cornucopia of information as hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger go into connecting to your guides, making space for what needs to fall away, the crone archetype and aging, new moon in Ares, planting seeds literally and figuratively and more! Plus, a listener challenge! Can you spot where in the episode Natasha's dogs lose their damn minds when a car drives by? (Spoiler alert: you will definitely spot it.) And now, some friendly reminders: Tess's 2022 Your Most Magical Year Yet! planner is now available to purchase! Sign up for Natasha's newsletter to get monthly energy healing thoughts and insights, plus some free audio guided meditations. Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! Thanks to those who already have! It really helps spread the word about Magic Monday You can sign up for the Magic Monday newsletter if you want a little extra magic (and Tess & Natasha) in your inbox once a month. Natasha has a page on Insight Timer. You can listen to a free chakra clearing meditation, with more meditations coming soon. We have a hotline, y'all! Leave us a question on our voicemail at (828) 333-7181 and we'll answer it on air. Check out the Magic Monday Podcast Listeners facebook page for an active community of fellow travelers on the magic path. Goddess Provisions boxes are a great way to treat yourself. If you choose to buy one, use this link to support the show!
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In this episode of The Innovator's Mindset Podcast - A Convo with Melisa, Tori, and Jenny, George Couros welcomes three members of the #bookclubIM group who connected after one of Couros' keynote presentations! Couros reflects on a strategy he uses to help educators make connections and learn from those across the hallway while still making connections with others around the world. The four talk about mitigating learning loss and creating a solution for the problem - too often, the conversation stops at addressing the problem, but these four connect to create solutions! Each guest, Melisa, Tori, and Jenny, share what they are doing for their learners, how they build relationships, and how they have used the ideas shared in The Innovator's Mindset to create their own solutions. You can join #bookclubIM at 8:30 central standard time every Tuesday through January of 2022! *Watch on YouTube for a special guest appearance by Fred Links: Melisa LeBlanc Twitter - https://twitter.com/leblanc_melisa Tori Dennie Twitter - https://twitter.com/ToriDennie Jenny Richard Twitter - https://twitter.com/mrsrichardsjen #bookclubIM on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hashtag/bookclubim?src=hash Innovator's Mindset (book on Amazon) - https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity-ebook/dp/B016YTBZKO 3 Ideas for Taking Care of Yourself Before the Break (blog post) - https://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/7921 Quotes: “It is their classroom, we are just privileged to teach in it.” - Tori Dennie “We have to be conscious as educators to not lose our spark.” - Melisa LeBlanc "How can we meet the needs of our students and meet them where they are right now?" - Jenny Richards
Join Yvette and Louise Goekel for a potent conversation about careers. You'll get something from the conversation no matter where you are in your career. Career consultant, life coach, and business advisor Louise Goeckel has more than 20 years of experience providing Business and Professional Development consulting. She specializes in leading individuals and facilitating groups, enlivening their gifts so that they may make new contributions to the world. Louise offers deep listening, extensive knowledge, and a keen understanding of leadership and change. As a leader, teacher and facilitator, she delights in watching people becoming more courageous, clear, and comfortable being their best selves. Louise loves her work and wants everyone to love theirs. You can contact Louise at http://letsgoforward.biz.
Today I am sharing my conversation with the absolutely wonderful Becky Keife. Becky is wife, a Mom to 3 boys, an author and the community manager of the online (in)courage community. Today, Becky and I are talking about the topic of her latest book The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact. Kindness is something we desperately need and is a powerful gift that is underutilized and underestimated, and Becky lays out beautifully in her book and in this conversation the power of it, and how it ultimately reflects the heart of God. The idea of this book came from a small act of kindness years ago, but this book was written while watching the LACK of kindness in the world, the challenge of being kind quarantined at home with her family, and its just really beautiful and authentic. God knows we're going to struggle with this. He knows the world is broken, and I especially wanted to share this now because so many people are smack in the middle of navigating the holidays and in the current environment of the world and even in the Church, it feels really really difficult to just even know how to people, and for many, what to make of God in the midst of it. So we're going to talk about that. We also share some thoughts and suggestions for how to go into the holidays with a heart that asks questions first such as can I give this image bearer the dignity of compassion and kindness regardless of how we agree or disagree? On the other hand, we also want to hold proper space for asking good questions about necessary boundaries because those are real and important and healthy where appropriate. This is hard and holy work, y'all. I know the weariness is palpable in so many that I know, including myself. I hope this ministers to you, encourages you, challenges you, and equips you right where you are today. I really believe, the Lord is making Himself known in so many dark places, and as we transition into a season of the darkest part of the year, and we usher in space for Immanuel, God with us, I just wonder how we could powerfully proclaim His with-ness on this Earth with acts of compassion and kindness? No matter how big, or how small, I hope that wherever you try this out in your life, that is transforms YOU and makes the Lord feel closer and kinder in your own life. Because we all need that. We need to encounter God's kindness, and to see His presence in our lives and in the lives of those around us because it has the power to transform all of us. He's not finished here, friends. This is not how the story ends. Just remember: you matter, your story matters. Connecting with Becky: Books Facebook Instagram Twitter Website Episode Sponsor: Tony Crabtree of Crabtree Homes with Exit Realty Home buyer guide: http://bit.ly/buyersguidecrabtreehomes Seller guide: http://bit.ly/sellerguidecrabtreehomes Facebook Instagram Website YouTube References: (in)courage Dayspring Lisa Jo Baker Courageous Kindness: Live the Simple Difference Right Where You Are (bible study Becky wrote to accompany The Simple Difference:How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact.) Great article from Bible Study tool on : Neighbor was a more general term for person. Neighbor and non neighbor would be synonymous with Jew and Gentile (non-Jew) Who are the Samaritans? (in)courage walking through kindness Scripture References: -Psalm 100:5, Galatians 5:22-23, Titus 3:4-6 (to name a few)- Our God is kind -Psalm 25:3, 2 Timothy 1:7- He does not speak to us through shame -Hebrews 12:6, Revelation 3:19 (to name a couple!)- He disciplines, corrects and encourages us to repentance -Genesis 16:13- The first person who ever names Hagar and calls Him “El Roi”- “The God who sees me” Full story is Genesis 16 and also Genesis 21:8-20-- I mixed these 2 stories together when I talked about it. So sorry! -Romans 2:4- The kindness of God leads us to repentance -Luke 10:25-37- The Good Samaritan -Matthew 22:36-40- Second greatest commandment- love your neighbor -Leviticus 26:1, Deuteronomy 12:4, and then THIS is a list of so many of the times that share a loaded history of trying to get the Jews to stop worshiping idols of other cultures -Hagar (see above), Rahab, Ruth, A Cannanite woman, the Samaritan woman, An Ethiopian Eunuch, THE EARLY CHURCH- (etc, etc) -We see God fold in people from other cultures -1 Kings 12- The division of Northern and Southern Kingdom -Matthew 9:10-17,Mark 2:15-22,Luke 5:29-39- Jesus eats with “sinners” -Matthew 9:35-38, John 21:15-25, Acts 1:8, Acts 2, Acts 4:23-37- God invites us to show His care out of the overflow of the Holy Spirit -Romans 12:18-Inasmuch as it depends on you live peaceably with everyone -Genesis 1:27- We are made in God's image -Isaiah 6, 2 Corinthians 5:20, 1 Thessalonians 2:4, - Christ's ambassadors -Matthew 5:13-16-We are Christ's Light bearers -Luke 16:10- Being faithful with little Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com
Interview with Josh Bollen Today's episode is with Josh Bollen from Sydney! He has submitted several recipes to 99 Spearo Recipes and is passionate about cooking and eating food he's foraged or caught and foraged. He has a love for making food look good and when you see his recipes you will understand why! We chat about smoking fish, dry aging meat and the magic of vacuum packing and how to get the best and most out of your catch. Have a listen to this interview and stay tuned for 99 Spearo Recipes for his recipes and a ton more! We also chat about anxiety in diving, how to deal with it and ways to improve your experience of life. Enjoy listening and let us know your thoughts in the comments! You can support us and secure yourself a copy by supporting our campaign! What is the most unusual food you have foraged or caught yourself? Important times: 00:13 Intro 02:04 Noober Stories 05:00 Welcome Josh! Always learning - what does that mean to you? 06:18 You have an interest in jewelry? 07:53 A passion for plating food 09:09 Connecting the catch with the food 11:16 Where are you in the world? 13:25 You have been vacuum packing food? 16:55 Fish wings 17:54 How long should fish be cooked for? 19:50 Food was your gateway drug into spearfishing 22:36 Started spearfishing in 2019 23:15 What appeals to you in spearfishing? What struggles have you had? 26:05 Observing nature and the underwater world 28:22 Bush food and a very underused plant: Pig Face 34:50 What was your first memorable fish? 35:50 Leather Jackets are great eating and some fish Josh avoids 37:17 Smoking fish: How do you do it? Controlling temperature, airflow, etc 43:09 Scary moments in your spearfishing and seeing sharks 45:59 What are your favourite species to hunt and how to hunt Blackspot Goatfish 49:57 Dry aging your fish - do you need a dedicated fridge? Moisture? How to hang them up, etc 56:03 Being thoughtful and intentional with your food and storage 58:02 99 Spearo Recipes: you submitted several recipes! 59:26 Octopus: tenderize it! 01:01:39 My Octopus Teacher and Seaspiracy 01:05:27 Deep dive chat about anxiety and diving 01:06:54 Risk vs reward 01:08:18 How do you stay calm and cope? 01:11:23 Do you have a mantra or ways of calming down? 01:12:34 Learn to distance yourself from your thoughts and make rational decisions 01:16:30 Risk/stress/discomfort has a place and a value in daily life 01:17:41 A life worth living 01:18:25 Keeping the connection to nature that our ancestors had 01:20:20 Funny stuff, dehydration and sea sickness 01:22:30 I use Aqualyte to cope 01:23:28 What's in your dive bag? Cressi wetsuit, Rob Allen speargun and roller guns, fin upgrades 01:31:12 DIY flashers 01:35:12 Spearo Q&A Where is your dream spearing destination? Favourite dive buddy? Single best piece of advice: SLOW DOWN! Describe the spearfishing experience: FREEDOM! 01:38:36 Outro Listen in and subscribe on iOS or Android Important Links Noob Spearo Partners and Discount Codes . Use the code NOOBSPEARO save $20 on every purchase over $200 at checkout – Flat shipping rate, especially in AUS! – Use the code NOOB10 to save 10% off anything store-wide. Free Shipping on USA orders over $99 + Free Shipping with promo code NOOBSPEARO at ! #ad #manscapedpod | Simple, Effective, Dependable Wooden Spearguns. Use the Code NOOB to save $30 on any speargun:) use the code SPEARO to get 20% off any course and the code NOOBSPEARO to get 40% off any and all courses! Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $25 on the full Penetrator Spearfishing Fin Range . 28-day Freediving Transformation (CODE: NOOB28 for 15% off) | Equalization Masterclass – Roadmap to Frenzel | Free Courses | Freediving Safety Course | How to Take a 25-30% Bigger Breath! | The 5 minute Freediver | Break the 10 Meter Barrier – Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $ | Wickedly tough and well thought out gear! Check out their | ‘Spearo Dad' | ‘Girls with Gills' | ‘Jobfish Tribute' | Fishing Trips () Subscribe to the best spearfishing magazine in the world. International subscription available! . Listen to 99 Tips to Get Better at Spearfishing
In today's Connecting Clip Of The Week, we'll continue to hear from Vaneetha Risner, who shared her story of suffering and faith on the Connecting Podcast. In today's clip, Vaneetha discusses how she learned to lament after the loss of her two-month-old son and how it drew her closer to the Lord. To listen to the full episode, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episode 240.
In this episode of Pursuing Freedom to hear how Paula Pagno has been successful with her ‘sell with soul' philosophy. Hear insights about: How Paula's career in real estate has unfolded over the years Why Paula was inspired to write her book about a non-traditional way to successfully buy and sell property stress-free How to learn and grow by helping others in your team The philosophy of helping and serving clients and why focusing on others' needs aligns with Paula's personal beliefs The highs and lows of Paula's career and how she figured out how to unstick herself emotionally, and find the motivation and enthusiasm to go out and engage How new real estate brokers can discover ways to connect with potential clients genuinely Strategies for boosting your energy when you feel overcommitted and overextended Sell with Soul and Passion Being too sales-y is a turn-off for many people. But the joy of the real estate industry today is that there is no need to continue to push those traditional sales techniques that most of us find so distasteful. I loved having Paula on the show to share her wisdom on why selling with passion and soul is so much more effective for our clients and us. We talk about the sales training that Paula was able to align with, which took her to the number one sales slot without compromising her authentic self. Connecting authentically with our clients and appreciating that we serve them and support them in reaching their goals is a much better perspective. We have a fear of the word sales, but when you love what you do as a realtor, when you love connecting, you love being curious, you love making someone's experience amazing, then you can push through your fears. If we frame the process, remove the money-making agenda, and focus on how we give to our clients in a way that works for them, then the sale comes as a byproduct of our joy and pride in our professional role. Creating Opportunities for Others Paula gives so many golden nuggets of information on the show. Her advice for realtors who are making their way up in the industry is invaluable, as is her insight for more experienced professionals on what to do when you have more business than you can handle. Feeling stuck can be a lonely place to be, but there are ways that you can push through your feelings of loneliness and dissatisfaction and progress on to where you want to be. If you are visible in your office and cultivate a reputation for being helpful to others on your team, you put yourself in line for new opportunities as they arise. By being willing to learn, displaying curiosity, and giving time to others, there's no doubt that you are putting yourself on the best footing to move past your static period. It can also be a stressor if you're on the other end of the scale and are becoming busier and more sought after as an agent. Being time-poor doesn't mean you should shrink your vision or shrink your goals and play small; it simply means it's time to recognize that you have a valuable opportunity to help somebody else. It's a gift to be able to lift others up, enlist their help, and create opportunities in the process. If you'd like to learn more about the incredible Paula Pagano, you can find her on Facebook or visit her website at https://paulapagano.com/. And as always, check out www.pursuingfreedom.com for other great podcast episodes and interviews with industry professionals! About Paula Pagano Originally from New York, Paula Pagano moved to San Francisco in 1980 and became the top sales agent in her office her first year and has remained a consistent Top Sales Producer for over 40 years. Paula has marketed and sold many unique properties, including historical landmarks, large apartment complexes, and celebrity homes. In addition, Paula is a bestselling author on Amazon with over 40 rave reviews for her two books: SECRETS OF A TOP SALESPERSON – How Emotions Make or Break the Sale and GETTING THE PROPERTY SOUL'D. Her books have been endorsed by Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank and the legendary sales trainer and author Tom Hopkins. How to Connect With Paula Pagano Website: https://paulapagano.com/ Paula's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Property-Sould-Paula-Pagano/dp/098835912X/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulapagano/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulapaganorealtor/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulapagano Balanced Growth Course: Website: https://pursuingfreedom.thinkific.com/courses/balanced-growth Additional Resources: Set for Success Planner Time Tracker 5-Step Guide to More Referrals
“We think the conflict is actually potential energy for innovative and creative solutions.” -CrisMarie Campbell In today's episode, Jill talks with conflict experts CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke. They are also experts at leadership and teamwork development with their company, Thrive! Inc. They are the go-to experts when it comes to conflict resolution, with clients such as the San Francisco Giants and the Gates Foundation. Here Jill speaks with CrisMarie and Susan about how to view conflict in a different light, to see it as an opportunity rather than a barrier. Susan and CrisMarie break down the three styles of dealing with conflict. Which one are you? CrisMarie and Susan also show us that getting comfortable in the discomfort of conflict can lead to better relationships in our personal and professional lives. Who doesn't want that? We certainly do! Check out these books by CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke The Beauty of Conflict: Harnessing Your Team's Competitive Advantage The Beauty of Conflict for Couples: Igniting Passion, Intimacy, and Connection in Your Relationship To learn more about Susan Clarke and CrisMarie Campbell visit their website, Thrive! Inc. And visit their Beauty of Conflict Team Kit. Connect with them on LinkedIn: Susan Clarke, CrisMarie Campbell, Thrive! Inc Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog How many coaches do you think your favorite actors and athletes have worked with over the years in order to achieve such extraordinary success? What if you had a team of trusted thinking partners, experienced coaches who have helped hundreds of physicians overcome obstacles and who know what works? What if you were part of a community of like-minded physicians from across the nation, across specialties and career stages? 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Another day, another episode; welcome back and thank you for being here yet again! Today we have with us the beautiful Kait Tarallo; a cosmic intuitive, past life regressionist and spiritual meme dealer! Led by her curiosity, Kait has been delving into the spiritual since she was a young child, fascinated by everything occult and spooky. After working to connect with her own gifts, Kait was drawn to the work of the wonderful Dolores Cannon and into helping other connect with their past lives. In this episode, she talks to us all about her experiences with past lives, past life regression, what its like to incarnate and the weirdness of being a human in a world of energetics and spirituality. Kait is about to start offering Past Life Regressions! For further information or to connect further with Kait, you can find her on Instagram: @kait.intuitive Find me on Instagram @divinemarylouisa Join my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/marylouisasportal
“There is something about music that is a universal language. As they say, the ear is the first sense organ to be developed in the womb. So, the ear is what connects us to the world.” Key Topics Discussed: Growing up on Kings Road in Chelsea surrounded by rock and psychedelic fashion Discovering artistic expression by immersing yourself different facets of the music landscape The influences that motivated him to dedicate his life to music Summary: James Golding is a British musician with an upbringing like no other. He grew up on Kings Road amongst the greats of Glam Rock and Punk and immersed himself into the rock and psychedelic fashion of the 60s and 70s. In this episode, we live vicariously through James as he reminisces crossing paths with Richard Branson and coming in contact with Jimi Hendrix. James credits his artistic expression to being surrounded by multidimensional cultures of both music and fashion and cementing a lifelong appreciation for the art. Timestamps: [00:04:07] Introduction to James Golding [00:11:07] A blue fly clinging on to the tail of a horse [00:14:38] Growing up on the Kings Road [00:18:44] Blessings turning into a curse [00:21:30] Crossing paths with Richard Branson [00:25:18] The influence of Bryan Ferry [00:28:26] Discovering your artistic expression [00:35:11] Surrounded by music [00:39:16] Pop music mentor [00:43:41] Connecting with music past its time [00:52:17] Two types of music [01:00:31] Developing a new appreciation for music [01:03:04] Finding your 2021 sound [01:14:44] What is the future of music? Who's the best guitarist that ever lived? Connect with James Spotify YouTube
Trusting your intuition, inner voice, and internal guidance can be difficult when you aren't connecting to self. In today's podcast I share thoughts and free flowing conversation around connecting with self and coming home to self that help to deepen your connection to your own internal guiding compass. Enjoy! N
Train so you can train like you need to train. Today, we look at the "toughest" training month of the year, December. We want all our athletes to do whatever it takes to stay in the game, but use December as a month to re-charge. There should be a lot in here that helps you keep the end of your training year on track and motivated to kick off 2022 on the right foot. Topics: Naps Sleeping in Walks and Hikes Days Off Connecting with old friends Reading books Stupid Ideas Self Reflection Swimming Extra Riding extra Running extra Open Ended Whatevers *** CHECK OUT THE C26 CLUB PROGRAM FOR 2022! --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga. C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store A great way to support the podcast! Looking for an awesome coach? Former Professional triathlete, Jessica Jacobs is now coaching for C26 Triathlon. Check out her bio and contact information at our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - firstname.lastname@example.org Robbie Bruce - email@example.com
Unity might be better positioned than any other company to usher in the Oasis ... AKA the metaverse. 71% of the top thousand mobile games are made with the technology. Half of all mobile PC and console games are also made with Unity. Unity is inherently open, running on over 20 different platforms. The world's already there: 2.5 billion people are playing games built with Unity. So I'm wondering ... Unity has the planets, the rooms, the solar systems ... when is it going to build the galaxy, the corridors, the connections? In this episode of TechFirst I chat with Julie Shumaker, who leads growth at Unity. Links: Unity: https://unity.com Support TechFirst with $SMRT coins: https://rally.io/creator/SMRT/ Buy $SMRT to join a community focused on tech for good: the emerging world of smart matter. Access my private Slack, get your name in my book, suggest speakers for TechFirst ... and support my work. TechFirst transcripts: https://johnkoetsier.com/category/tech-first/ Forbes columns: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkoetsier/ Subscribe to the podcast: https://anchor.fm/techfirst Full videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/johnkoetsier?sub_confirmation=1 Keep in touch: https://twitter.com/johnkoetsier
These past couple years, it could be argued that loneliness is like a second epidemic. And with the holidays coming up, feelings of isolation are intensified. But being alone does not necessarily cause loneliness. In this episode, Isabel and Kristen look at the line between loneliness and solitude from many angles. They look at how stress causes a sense of isolation and how even there can be a temporary phase in our meditation practice where we feel disconnected from people with whom we used to feel aligned. We invite you to listen and learn how to turn from feeling alone to “all One.” 1.15 loneliness and solitude are the same word in spanish (no difference)1.40 “Solitude is being on your own and loneliness is feeling on your own”. Kristen1.50 Loneliness while being with others2.05 “You can be in solitude but not feel alone.” Kristen3.20 “The higher your state of consciousness the greater capacity you have to feel not alone when you are alone. Your self is no longer bound but the wave of the self, your little individual body but your self goes everywhere, it is everywhere. How this is experiences is it doesn´t feel like you are alone.” Kristen4.06 “Our practice is a practice of solitude, in the sense that we do it alone. Even if we do it in a group setting or we have a group meditation, its a practice where we go within. And so nobody can go within with us, so we go within and we have our practice of solitude. But it opens the door to connection.” Isabel4.33 “To experience oneness and connection you have to be able to go inward by yourself and learn to be with yourself.” Kristen4.40 Cellphone have made this worse- stressed people need distraction6.06 Loneliness as a meditator – disconnection with the people you used to feel connection with 7.09 “Feeling lonely is when you no longer feel connected.” Isabel7.30 Swimming analogy – unity points are deeper as a meditator8.20 Feeling unity with people who you wouldn´t feel unity with 9.22 “It´s not just with other human beings that we connect.” Kristen9.38 Yogis find reciprocation with nature itself 10.00 Right of passage10.32 “There is a point (in our practice) where we feel disconnected from people we used to feel connected with just because we don´t share the same values that once upon a time we could´ve shared but once you kind of get through that it´s like the first little openings of growing in consciousness. But once you grow enough in consciousness you´ll see that you can now relate to everyone.” Isabel12.00 Cosmic Consciousness 13.00 Loneliness and CC blues 15.30 Artists in solitude to create art – moments of solitude create deep connection to create their art 17.00 Compassion to others – what you used to push away from can be a unity point18.00 “Stress makes us feel incredibly alone. Stress pushes us into the wave of self, into that isolated consciousness. And that´s part of what causes the fear. Fear is a sense o otherness, that things are other. That is how we have fear, that something is other than me and so I´m afraid of it. When our extended self extends to everything nothing is other so nothing makes you afraid.” Kristen19.20 Loneliness as the root as damage“If we can feel less alone which requires that othering to hurt someone, if we could feel less alone, which requires us to feel unity with everything else makes you incapable of hurting something.” Kristen20.10 Level of loneliness is self sabotage22.10 Dharma - Becoming a point of contact to uplift them 23.07 “Someone being in your event horizon will uplift them, you will become that point of contact, that dharma, you are living in dharma, living in that contact with that field for the benefit of everyone you come in contact with. The consciousness of creation evens itself out. We are able to uplift others and keep the world from feeling lonely.” Kristen24.00 Finding the lonely pockets “We are already not alone, it´s a feeling.” Kristen24.44 Going through tough things alone makes us feel lonely. Connecting through vulnerability“How does this bad experience help me uplift others?” Isabel26.00 There is nothing under the sun that we are experiencing on our own26.37 Memes as relatability points27.23 Power of comedy to connect to humanity“Comedians are very vedic. What they do is they observe life, they observe the patterns of life that we do and they tell it in such a way that it makes us not feel alone. That is what is so funny because the very human aspects of our consciousness that´s what they put into play.” Isabel28.00 Unity through laughter 28.30 We need meditation to feel grounded over and over again29.00 In meditation things no longer seem to be random “The more we meditate and experience everything as extended self it feels like just one big thing moving forward as oppose to all these disjointed pieces. So when something happens it doesn´t feel meaningless. Which in a way that meaning that comes with that feeling of oneness keeps you from feeling lonely and that these things are just happening to you.” Kristen31.31 When something big happens there is a big tranformation coming33.10 Solitude and loneliness during Covid 32.15 Taking disconection and making it a connection 34.00 Relationships and fullfillment 36.40 The point of relationships 41.00 Being that point of contact 42.00 As a meditator there is no more waiting “Its not waiting when you´re a meditator because wherever you are you are. There is no waiting for some other experience that you wish you were having, Yo can sit on your own and you´ll be fine. I´m not waiting for this relief fromthis experiencing that I am having now.” Kristen42.00 People needing to distract themselves 44.00 Time is subjective
Welcome to episode 90 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat, the podcast for people photographers. Hosted by two leading UK portrait photographers, Vicki Knights & Eddie Judd. This week we are chatting to Kelly Balch an international wedding & editorial photographer based in LA. Kelly is represented by Getty Images and her work her been widely published. Kelly describes herself as a curious empath who loves to hear all truths from different walks of life. We invited Kelly onto the show to talk about connecting with our clients on a deeper level. We have a fascinating chat with Kelly all about connecting with our clients on a more empathetic level , creating a safe space for our clients, using our intuition, money mindset and lots lots more! We absolutely loved chatting to Kelly and we know you're going to love her too. Kelly's website Follow Kelly on Instagram: @kellybalch If you join us as a patron, for just $5 a month (and you don't pay when we're in between series), you'll get instant access to extra questions we put to Kelly. And also get your hands on all of the links to our Repeat Recs from the past 3 years. Click here for all of the details and to get instant access to the longer version of this episode, on your favourite podcast app. Repeat Recs for this week Eddie - Milanote - shoot planning software Vicki - Insight Timer meditation app and Momentum Dash Chrome Extension Thank you to The Design Space for sponsoring this episode. Click here for lots of free information about how to be the boss of your own website and for 20% off all their products. And thank you to Studio Ninja, the most user-friendly studio management software on the market. Use the code 'studioninja50' at checkout to get a massive 50% off your first year's subscription. Do you know about our course, The Art and Business of Personal Brand Photography? If you would love to succeed in this fast-growing genre, check it out here. You can get a 10% discount by using the code 'SHOOTEDIT'. Thank you to Shootproof online galleries for sponsoring Repeat Recs for this series. Get 25% off your first 12 months subscription by using the code SHOOTEDITCHATREPEAT. We'd love to know what you think of this episode. Please leave us a review if you've enjoyed it, it helps other people to find the podcast. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram Facebook Eddie Judd's Lightroom 121 virtual training Vicki will very soon be opening up enrolment to her 7 week online training programme which starts in Jan 2022. Get yourself on the waitlist here. Thank you for listening!! x
Whether you're a hardcore Swiftie or maybe just enjoy one of her songs as a guilty pleasure, you probably can't stop hearing about Taylor Swift's recent re-release of her album, Red. This week's episode is no different, but we're not talking about whether or not Jake Gyllenhaal wronged Taylor or not, we're going to be talking about the lessons we can learn as marketers from the queen of marketing herself. She hasn't had 10 #1 albums for no reason. Nicole is teaching us what we can learn from Taylor when it comes to writing content that resonates with our audience and helps them to truly get to know us. If you enjoyed this week's episode, I'd so appreciate you doing a few things for me: Please subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. Tag me @niclaino on your IG stories with a story of you listening to the podcast and I'll make sure to share your post! Interested in learning more about working with me? Click here to learn more about how we can work together. Want to be in the know whenever I've got new content, freebies, and classes? Sign up for my email list.
Meet Barbara Barbara is a military spouse, executive director, and founder of SisterHood Ministry, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization network geared towards women in the military community, both past and present affiliation, who have a heart for ministry. The nonprofit focuses on Faith-based network connections while providing tools and resources for managing ministry operations with Christian leadership development. Barbara is also pursuing a Master of Divinity – M.Div. focused in Christian Leadership from Grand Canyon University. On the podcast, we discuss how she got her start in ministry with military spouses, how the organization provides tools and resources to manage ministry operations successfully, and how to mend those cultural gaps between military families and the local community. If you want to be inspired by the ministry through military spouses, check out this podcast episode. More information on the Sisterhood Ministry can be found at https://www.sisterhoodministry.com.
How do you connect with yourself? As life moves fast around us, we can find peace and grounding when we prioritize taking the time to truly be with ourselves. In this episode, the Fab 5 is talking about the value of connecting with ourselves. Take a moment and think about the relationship you have with yourself. When do you take the time to connect internally? Oftentimes we avoid connecting to ourselves in fear of facing painful emotions, insecurities, and loneliness. However, when we bravely step into our emotions, we are led to the root of our feelings and can begin to release our limiting beliefs. Throughout this episode you will learn what it means for each member of Fab 5 to connect within, why it's important to honor all of our feelings, a decision making exercise, and so much more. Tune in to hear from the Fab 5 why it's important for us to connect with ourselves! In This Episode You Will Learn:How the Fab 5 connects with themselves (6:55)Why it takes bravery to be with ourselves (13:47)That whatever you resist will persist (23:24)How connecting to yourself uncovers your truth (31:17)A decision making exercise (34:49) Let's Connect!About UsJoin the Facebook GroupInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, I'm going to share with you this beautiful reading that the beautiful soul Carissa, did with me where she was able to connect with the love of her life. She shares her story in hopes that others may understand the journey and understand what beautiful souls like Berto have struggled with while they were here on earth. If you are someone who has struggled with addiction or has a family that may be in the middle of their journey right now, this may be a sensitive topic. I've struggled with this in my own life and with my own family and friends as well. Please don't hesitate to ask for help if you feel you need it and call 662435, which is the national hotline for substance use treatment and information. Every situation is unique and personal on its own. And so, this is a very unique situation to Carissa, as she celebrates Berto's beautiful life here on earth and the things that meant most to him. Hopefully, this episode will touch anybody listening to this and remind them that their loved ones are always with them. It's a sweet reminder that love doesn't stop when the physical body is no longer here. And finally, I wanted to share with you how this reading helped Carissa feel better, even though she knew all along that he has been there with her through this journey. Just to give you a short backstory, Berto died of a drug overdose, which was intentional. He just felt trapped that he had to find that final exit. Despite that, I saw how Berto is now in a happy place. And so, he wanted to assure Carissa that she wasn't the reason why it all happened and he's reaffirming the love that he always had for her. He is extremely grateful for all the time he spent with her because it was her who kept reminding him of his truth and light. The way I work is very similar to playing Pictionary or Charades. When I connect to the other side, I'm bringing you evidence of your loved one, which can be in the form of their favorite memories, physical description, names, and stuff like that. Most importantly, I love to hone into their essence and their personalities so you know that I'm with them and that they're with you right in that moment and share any loving messages they want to convey. In this episode, you will hear : How I'm getting evidence of stuff related to the personality of Carissa's loved one How he's showing me a little drawer with things of him in it while they were together He wants to assure Carissa that he is very much okay and he is happy He is with his grandpa's spirit too A happy dude with an underlying sadness A disconnection with his mom and how his mom enabled his addiction How Carissa never saw him for his mistakes but for his truth and light How Carissa still kept him on this beautiful path Supporting Resources: https://www.samhsa.gov/ - 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Offerings with Hope, Alex, Korynn, and Brandy: An all-inclusive space for magical transformations personally curated by Hope, of powerful healers, teachers, and spiritual guides, to help support you in embodying your truth, shine your light and walk your path empowered. https://www.hopetaylormedium.com/ Distance Reiki with Intuitive Guidance with Alex Human Design with Korynn Hellenistic Astrology or Tarot Card Readings with Brandy Personal Readings Remote and various In-Person Locations with Hope (Mechanicsburg, PA | Berlin, MD) Mentorship and Membership Services: https://hopetaylormedium.mykajabi.com/ Start Your Spiritual Business Available Now Journey with Spirit Available Now Membership Circle for Mediumship Practice Integrative Wellness Center Membership Follow me: www.hopetaylormedium.com www.facebook.com/hopetaylormedium www.instagram.com/findinghopepodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvsTeGQiDr_JPzn_HPSKIiA Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
In this episode we talk with Dr. Holly Richmond who is a licensed marriage and family therapist, certified sex therapist and a Somatic Psychologist. She breaks down what intimacy means and shares what having a healthy sex life in the sports industry can look like. We also talk about: Connecting deeply with your partner. Should you be scheduling sex? Utilizing the 5 love languages in the bedroom. Tapping into your 5 senses. Discovering what your partner needs. The amount of sex you should be having during season. Ways to increase your sex drive. Ways to stay connected when you are away from your partner. How to bring up the idea of couples or sex therapy? Meet https://www.instagram.com/drhollyrichmond/ (Dr. Holly Richmond!) Check out herhttps://drhollyrichmond.com/about/ ( website!) Buy her https://www.amazon.com/Reclaiming-Pleasure-Positive-Moving-Passionate/dp/1684038421 (book)! Connect with us! More Than a Seasonhttps://www.instagram.com/morethanaseasonpodcast/ ( Instagram ) Get to know https://www.instagram.com/ashleymcramer/ (Ashley ) Get to know https://www.instagram.com/brittlabbe/ (Brittany) *This episode is for adults only*
Today I have the absolute pleasure of sharing with you my conversation that I got to have with the wonderful Kayla Craig. Kayla is the author and creator of Liturgies for Parents, as well as her recent book To Light the Way: A Collection of Prayers and Liturgies for Parents. Today, Kayla shares the introduction of liturgical prayers into her faith life as she was up to her eyes in a situation where one of her children's lives was hanging in the balance. Someone gave her a book of prayers that helped anchor her in that season when she was exhausted, scared, wrestling and desperately needed the Lord, but didn't know how to find the words to pray. The prayers she found in that book of those who had been heartbroken and in desperate need of hope from the Father before, gave her the words she needed right when she needed them. From that experience, she began to pour out her heart and write real life prayers, for real life people walking through the good, bad and the ugly of being a broken human raising broken humans. Kayla invites us to soak in the deep love of God, and to see it in all things because His presence is in all things. Kayla also shares what her experience of being a parent of a blended family with a medically fragile daughter, as well as her black, brown and white siblings, and how her faith has been pushed to parent by faith, and to show that faith to her kids. As you walk into your Thanksgiving week, I hope this episode encourages you and helps you to know that no matter what you are walking in to this holiday season, you'll know how much God loves you, is near to you, and that you are not alone. I pray wherever this episode finds you friend, that you remember 3 things: The Lord will complete the work He has begun in you. It is never too late for that journey to begin in you. You matter, and your story matters. Connecting with Kayla: Book : To Light the Way: A Collection of Prayers and Liturgies for Parents Facebook Her instagram Liturgies for Parents Instagram Podcast Podcast Instagram Website Episode Sponsor: Hopefuel Facebook Instagram Link to shop SIMPLY15 for 15% off your purchase References: Smad on “Gilmore Girls” Every Moment Holy by Douglas McKelvey The Book of Common Prayer Colorfull- Dorena Williamson Thoughtfull - Dorena Williamson Gracefull - Dorena Williamson My episode with Dorena Williamson part 1 and part 2 G-Tube Norman Rockwell's Thanksgiving painting “Freedom from Want” Plumline- the standard for measuring the temple John Pavlovitz (their episode) Father Greg Boyle (their episode) Lisa Sharon Harper (their episode) Latasha Morrison (their episode) Her prayer for Afghanistan Scripture References: Matthew 17:20- Faith of a mustard seed Numbers 16- Aaron walked and interceded between the living and the dead 2 Chronicles 20:12- “We don't know what to do, but our eyes are on You” God is still sovereign (a great list and commentary on this :)) Matthew 6:9-13-The Lord's prayer Exodus 17:8-16-Friends that hold your arms up (from Moses' story) Romans 8:26-27-The Holy Spirit prays for us Mark 12:30-31- Love your neighbor Galatians 5:22-23- Fruits of the Spirit Isaiah 53:4-Christ took on our sufferings Hebrews 4:15- We have a High Priest who sympathizes Luke 13:22-30-What does it mean for us to live where the first is last? Luke 24:5-7-Why do you look for the living among the dead? Luke 10:25-37-Love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com
Today's conversation is a powerful exploration into how you heal your relationship with your body. I have had many struggles with my body and my appearance over the years, and in this episode, I walk you through how I healed this. I offer you a range of practices to help you feel more of a loving and accepting connection with your body and how to come out of your head and live in a more deeply embodied way. In this episode I cover: + Why many of us as women struggle with our relationship with our body + The personal struggles I have had with my body over the years + The power of embodiment work + Shifting from seeing your body as an object to instead becoming one with it + Feeling safe in your body + How head-driven living disconnects us from our body + How to invite your body's experience into everything you do + Connecting with your body wisdom + Embracing your feelings and emotions (even if they're uncomfortable) + We avoid our body because we don't want to feel + The ONE biggest thing that healed my unhealthy body patterns + Shifting from judgement and shame to acceptance and love + Bringing loving touch to your body + Communicating with your body and asking her what she needs + Untangling your worth from your appearance + It is your energy that makes you attractive and magnetic, not how you look
Bio For over twelve years, LaTrease Nwosu, M.A. has focused her life's work on helping people repair their broken relationships. She is a strong believer that we thrive when the relationships around us are healthy. So, she founded Connecting 2 Love after receiving her master in couple and family therapy. This relationship consulting agency was created to help people build lasting connections. As the Relationship Specialist for Connecting 2 Love, she is committed to changing heartache and confusion into peace and clarity. LaTrease stimulates this experience by helping women discover the healthy relationships they deserve through self-love and self-awareness. She doesn't tell you what to do, she shows you how to do it. Website: www.connecting2love.com IG: @Connecting2Love Facebook: Connecting 2 Love --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoulkoach/message
Our nation is dotted with sorghum farmers from Kansas, to Texas, to the Dakotas, to New Mexico and everywhere in between. Leadership sorghum is a program that was developed to connect those farmers to establish lifelong connections & friendships. This week, our Director of Emerging Markets & Grower Leader Development, Shelee Padgett takes the wheel & interviews Leadership Sorghum Class Two graduate, Lance Russell. Tune in to the full episode today!
This week on Spiritual Spiral, Sam is joined by Spirit Medium, Psychic, Channeler and Artist Mary Grisey! If you are looking for a very existential episode, this one will definitely fill your cup. The women discuss: Remembering past lives through creating art. How Mary's grandmother helped her develop her gifts after she had passed and was in the spirit world. How a medium connects to a loved one that has passed and why it can be more difficult. Having past lives on other planets as other beings. Starseeds. Getting comfortable with what is uncomfortable. The effects the pandemic is having on children. Connecting to your spirit guides. Having vertigo and feeling out of your body. What the Council of 12 is and how they help Mary in her work and life. And much more! Please send us a message and let us know what you thought of this episode. And of course, please RATE, REVIEW SUBSCRIBE! Love and Light :) Mary Grisey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marygrisey/ Mary Grisey Website: https://thewovenchannel.com Spiritual Spiral Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spiritualspiralshow/
Martin Lewison, PhD. is an Associate Professor of Business Management at Farmingdale State College on Long Island, NY. Among the variety of courses Martin teaches, one of them is Theme Parks and Tourism, and much of his time is focused on research in the theme park industry. As part of his research, Martin visits parks, rides roller coasters, and looks at the guest experience and operations to further understand what is working the best. Martin brings back his findings, whether through onsite or offsite research and incorporates them into his academic focus, which includes tourism management, mergers and acquisitions, and the economics of pricing. In this interview, we talk about dynamic pricing, theme park history, and connecting the missing link across history which has led to the technologies and experiences that we have today. Dynamic pricing "If I can charge the price that everyone's willing to pay, that'll maximize revenue." Many of the elements of pricing that hotels, airlines, and rental cars deal with apply similarly to the theme park industry. Many years ago, theme parks would paint their admission price on a piece of wood, hammer it into the wall, and that was the price. This static pricing leaves money in the table, as there is a subset of people who will not pay that price, and there are also people who would pay more for that price. Flash forward to today, many parks use television screens in all revenue areas, whether it is admissions or even food and beverage, allowing more flexibility in controlling the price. Slagharen, a theme park in the Netherlands, was one of the pioneers in the theme park industry when it comes to dynamic pricing. If you charge one price, then that's the price that the customer sees. If they're willing to pay that price or more, then they'll pay that price. In an ideal world, you would be able to scan every guest and determine the maximum price that they are willing to pay. Since we can't see this, airlines and hotels utilize “rate fencing” to maintain revenue by segmenting their customers - in this case, business and leisure travelers. These segments have different needs which will determine the elasticity of the demand, thus the pricing can be shifted based on the demographic that's being served. While the airline and hotel model doesn't apply directly to the theme park industry, what theme parks have begun to do is signal guests for what is a premium experience. Guests who are willing to pay the higher price are given the signal and those who have less elasticity are more likely to buy. However, you cannot have a conversation about dynamic pricing without talking about the ethics of doing so, and how parks have managed the backlash and criticism. For instance, the discontinuation of Disney's complimentary FastPass system marked one of the last free programs that guests have to bypass the queue. Martin's responds by indicating that buying the premium product does in fact entitle the guest to the premium experience, relative to the other guests in the park (even though it may not be premium compared to visiting on another day when demand is less). In many instances, it comes down to parents making the determination to take their children out of school during offpeak times. Since much of the world follows a similar school schedule, peak and offpeak pricing encourages people to come during offpeak times, which requires parents to make the decision of whether their kids can miss class, or if they will pay the peak price. As a management professor, Martin says that he teaches his class that they shouldn't leave money on the table, but as an ethicist, he says that you cannot alienate your biggest fans. Theme park history "One of the reasons people love theme parks so much is because of nostalgia." When Martin worked on Wall Street, he claims that the stress of working in finance was such a burden that on Friday afternoons, he and his wife would jump on a plane to just about anywhere where they could visit a theme park and ride roller coasters. To date, Martin has visited more than 800 theme or amusement parks and has ridden more than 2,100 roller coasters. One of the biggest reasons that the theme park industry has survived, thrived, and evolved, is because the desire to go out and have fun with your family is universal. While much of the United States is considered to be a mature market for the theme park industry, Martin points out that there are currently major regions that don't have a theme park, and that there are several parks that thrive despite their lack of connection to a large population center. Martin shares a brief overview of parks that he has visited throughout the world, from obscure attractions in South America, to how meticulously immaculate Tokyo Disneyland is, and how beloved Efteling is in the Netherlands. Martin suggests that Americans should focus on traveling more, and specifically for enthusiasts, to see more of the theme park industry aside from the usual parks that they visit. Connecting the missing link “Everything we know about history, we know because somebody went through papers, dug up things, and documented what happened.” As part of his research, Martin has traced the early roots of entertainment, largely through the World's Fair, long before the technology that we have today was available. From the early nickelodeon attractions which involved watching movies through turning a crank, and glass that was painted and lit up by a candle, Martin makes the comparison between experiences like this and attractions that we enjoy now, such as the flying theater in Pigeon Forge. Martin highlights “The New York Experience,” which was a standalone attraction in Manhattan, that was tech-savvy for its time, and later influenced what we observe today as being high-tech. For more about Martin, you can connect with him through Farmingdale State College, follow him on Twitter, connect with him on LinkedIn, or follow his Flickr account, where he chronicles his adventures. 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Tom Caravela discusses why gratitude is an absolute MUST for career advancement. In this episode we discuss: Good things come from gratitude Connecting to people through gratitude Time is currency Going the extra mile to show others you appreciate them The podcast is available through the links below: ️ ️ 〰️ Spotify: https://lnkd.in/dRrSEyn ️ ️ 〰️ Apple: https://lnkd.in/egSthAz ️ ️ 〰️ Stitcher: https://lnkd.in/eqB-2wb
Ming Shelby is the host of Courage Up podcast, TedX speaker, educator, and an enneagram 7 (but wanna be 8). She helps thousands move from comfort to courage to take risks, be open, and live boldly (like no one has lived before). Ming is dedicated to her career to inspire students, teachers, and administrators through positive learning experiences and believes that courage is the critical ingredient for personal transformation. Tune in and find out why Ming wants to be an enneagram 8 so badly, what song is her courage song, and her explanation of what kids vs. cattle really means.You can find Ming Shelby at mingshelby.com, on Instagram @mingshelby and where ever you listen to podcasts. Listen to Ming's TedX Talk "Build a Heard Mentality" and "How Do You Teach Courage?"Ming's book recommendations:Strengths Finder - Don CliftonUpstream: The Quest To Solve Problems Before They Happen - Dan Heath Listen to Ming's favorite episodes of The Courage Up:Leap with Confidence and Build Wealth with Dr. Hans BoatengMaster the Art of Connecting with Lou DiamondHow to Leverage Your Strengths with Jana GregorekTo learn more about The Enneagram, visit The Enneagram Institute.We love our listeners and want to hear from you! Send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail message at our PodInbox.Become one with your sarcasm and SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts!Subscribe to Women Who Podcast magazine at womenwhopodcastmag.com.Follow us on social media @womenwhosarcast and @womenwhopodcastmagazine!Become part of our sarcastic community and join us on Patreon.
I'm excited to welcome you to a special episode of the Mother's Quest Podcast that I am extremely grateful for, just in time for Thanksgiving, featuring the amazing Julie Lythcott-Haims and my 17-year-old son Ryan Neale. Julie is an incredible mother to two, a former Stanford Dean and New York Times bestselling author of the anti-helicopter parenting manifesto How to Raise an Adult, which gave rise to a TED Talk that has more than 5 million views. Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry memoir Real American, which illustrates her experience as a Black and biracial person in white spaces. I'm so fortunate to have had the opportunity to interview Julie for the podcast several years ago when that book was first released. When I heard about Julie's new book Your Turn: How to Be an Adult, I knew I wanted to invite her back to the podcast again. And, I hoped that my son Ryan, on the threshold of adulthood himself, would join us in the conversation. The stars aligned and Ryan was available the day of the interview, enabling Julie, Ryan, and I to explore the concepts of her book, about navigating adulthood and embracing our differences, especially our neurodiversity, in deeply personal and relevant ways. In this episode, I'm also excited to share a dedication from Deborah Reber, former podcast guest, fellow mother on a quest, and host of the TiLT Parenting Podcast.Deborah's heart-felt dedication honors Julie and other mothers raising neurodivergent children. I could not agree more with Deborah's assessment about what an exceptional human Julie is, about the power of Julie's commitment to put the stories of a diverse group of young people with different identities on the pages of her book, and about the impact of Julie's work for normalizing and honoring differences. As you hear our conversation unfold, I know you'll be as struck as I was by Julie's wisdom and humility as she talks with Ryan, helping him to understand that he deserves to be cherished for who he is, that he can approach things like writing in ways that work for his differently-wired mind, and that he can seek out environments, like college, that enables him to play to his strengths and allow him to thrive. Since our conversation, Ryan was able to take Julie's advice to heart, using voice to text without shame to write his personal statement for college applications and sharing his personal insights on a panel at the recent Stanford Neurodiversity Summit. You can follow the link in the show notes to listen.Finally, this conversation is a demonstration that there is no destination to becoming an adult, but an ongoing journey of learning and discovery, that parents and their children can support one another in reciprocity with curiosity, and that we can all benefit from asking ourselves the question from Mary Oliver's famous poem, that Julie gives us as our challenge, “What is it that we want to do with our one wild and precious life?”As we approach Thanksgiving, the five-year birthday of the launch of Mother's Quest, and my 50th birthday, I can say there is nothing I'd rather do than hold space for a conversation like this one and share it with you. About Julie: Julie Lythcott-Haims believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. She is the New York Times bestselling author of the anti-helicopter parenting manifesto How to Raise an Adult which gave rise to a TED Talk that has more than 5 million views. Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry memoir Real American, which illustrates her experience as a Black and biracial person in white spaces. A third book, Your Turn: How to Be an Adult, is out now. Julie is a former corporate lawyer and Stanford dean, and she holds a BA from Stanford, a JD from Harvard, and an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. She serves on the board of Common Sense Media, and on the advisory board of LeanIn.Org, and she is a former board member at Foundation for a College Education, Global Citizen Year, The Writers Grotto, and Challenge Success. She volunteers with the hospital program No One Dies Alone. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her partner of over thirty years, their itinerant young adults, and her mother. Connect with Julie: Website Twitter Instagram LinkedIn About RyanRyan Neale is a neurodivergent 12th Grader from San Mateo, California. His parents discovered he was differently wired when he was 18 months old but he has been in fully mainstream education for his academic career, with most people around him not knowing about some of the struggles that he faces. His experiences publicly masking his neuro differences have given him a unique perspective on many of the struggles neurodiverse people face, such as public stigma, ableism, and the ever-present desire to fit in. As he has begun advocating more for his needs, he has high hopes to use his perspective and communication skills to increase public understanding of neurodiversity, and hopefully create a more inclusive society for everyone. In his free time, he enjoys playing varsity basketball for his high school team, coaching youth sports, roughhousing with his little brother, and diving headfirst into his many fantasy special interests. He is thrilled to have participated in this fall's Stanford Neurodiversity Summit on a K-12 student panel. You can listen to the panel here. Connect with Ryan: Instagram Topics Discussed in this Episode: How Julie's experience listening to students as a Stanford Dean and raising her own children led her to write a book about young adults The painful admission Julie shared about overlooking her own son Sawyer's challenges with ADHD and anxiety and the poignant moment when her son acknowledged Julie's shift in understanding him The ways that Ryan identifies as neurodivergent, how he has adapted, and the pain he has experienced trying to fit in a neurotypical world Julie's advice to Ryan about embracing who he is Her recommendation of the book Normal Sucks by Jonathan Mooney The revelations parents can take from Julie's book How to help young adults figure out what next steps to take on their path to becoming an adult The lessons Julie has personally gained from writing her books Julie's words of wisdom for Ryan on how to move through his resistance of writing by trying methods that might work better for his differences and strengths The biggest takeaway that Julie learned in her research and in her own journey writing the book about how to be vulnerable and connected and open to the support of others so that you don't have to feel alone Julie's challenge for all of us that can help us live our best lives as adults Resources and Topics Mentioned: Ep 52: Third Chapters, Raising Adults, and Loving Ourselves with Julie Lythcott-Haims Normal Sucks by Jonathan Mooney Julie's books Julie's Ted talk This Episode's Challenge: Ask yourself the question from Mary Oliver's famous poem, “what do I want to do with this one wild and precious life?” Explore what would you do if it was only up to you...if nobody else's opinion really mattered. Go to a quiet place, a shower, out in nature, or on a hammock and ask yourself "What is the work that brings me joy? What are the places and spaces where I feel valued and seen?" This Episode is dedicated by Deborah Reber Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker who moved her career in a more personal direction in 2016 when she founded TiLT Parenting, a top resource for parents like her who are raising differently wired children. The TiLT Parenting Podcast has grown to be a top podcast in Kids & Family, with more than 3 million downloads and a slate of guests that includes high-profile thought leaders across the parenting and education space. A certified Positive Discipline trainer and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, Debbie's newest book is Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World. In November 2018, she spoke at TEDxAmsterdam, delivering a talk entitled Why the Future Will Be Differently Wired. In the summer of 2020, she co-created the Parenting in Place Masterclass series. Prior to launching TiLT, Debbie spent more than fifteen years writing inspiring books for women and teens, including Doable: The Girls' Guide to Accomplishing Just About Anything, Language of Love, Chill: Stress-Reducing Techniques for a More Balanced, Peaceful You, In Their Shoes: Extraordinary Women Describe Their Amazing Careers, and more than a dozen preschool books based on the series Blue's Clues. In 2008, she had the privilege of creating and editing the first-ever series of teen-authored memoirs, Louder Than Words. Before becoming a solopreneur, Debbie worked in TV and video production, producing documentaries and PSAs for CARE and UNICEF, working on Blue's Clues, and developing original series for Cartoon Network. She has an MA in Media Studies from the New School for Social Research and a BA in Communications from Pennsylvania State University. In 2019, her husband, and 17-year-old twice-exceptional son relocated to Brooklyn, NY after living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands for five years. Connect with Deborah: https://tiltparenting.com https://instagram.com/tiltparenting https://facebook.com/groups/tilttogether https://twitter.com/tiltparenting You can also check out my conversation with Debbie on the Mother's Quest Podcast about embracing differences here! Announcement: Special Q & A Brunch with Julie Lythcott-Haims Join Mother's Quest and Happy Women Dinners for a special opportunity to receive Julie's new book, get it personally signed, and enjoy brunch and a Q & A with Julie at Julie Neale's private home in the SF Peninsula. Cost is $125 and includes brunch and a copy of the signed book. Email email@example.com to secure your spot ASAP. Tickets are sold out with the exception of a small number for Mother's Quest listeners and members. Mother's Quest is Turning Five - Celebrate With Us! On December 1st, Mother's Quest will be celebrating it's 5th birthday. To honor this milestone, we are having a virtual celebration with poetry, music, toasts and more. If you've been impacted by Mother's Quest and have wishes to share for our next chapter, I'd love for you to join us. Email hello@Mothersquest.com to get all the details and RSVP. Mother's Quest is a podcast for moms who are ready to live a truly E.P.I.C. life. Join in for intimate conversations with a diverse group of inspiring mothers as they share how they are living an E.P.I.C. life, Engaging mindfully with their children (E), Passionately and Purposefully making a difference beyond their family (P), Investing in themselves (I), and Connecting to a strong support network (C). Join our community of mothers to light the way and sustain you on your quest at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mothersquest/
Are you in touch with your guardian angels? While they are always with us, it's up to us to connect with them and use their guidance to step into our power. Joining me today is the wonderful Maddie Sparkles. Maddie is an intuitive healer, transformational empowerment coach, inspirational poet, and a professional angel and oracle card reader. Using each of these skills, Maddie is on a mission to help people connect to their angels, release their fears, and embrace their power through divine guidance. Throughout this conversation you will learn the incredible things that are possible when you connect with your angels. We are on Earth to learn, grow, and expand, and our angels are another spiritual tool we can use throughout this journey. In this episode, Maddie and I dive into her background and how she began to understand her angels, why she decided to become a coach, the ways that she connects to her angels, the work she does with her clients, and so much more. You will also hear a first-hand listening experience of her work when she provides me with an angel card reading. Maddie's connection with her guardian angels is an incredible reminder that when we overcome our limiting beliefs and connect with the spiritual tools beyond Earth, we can discover so much more about ourselves and the path we are on. Tune in to Episode 84 of Uncover Your Magic and learn how connecting to your guardian angels can help you uncover more magic within your life! In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Maddie's unique story (8:32)How Maddie decided to become a coach (15:03)Maddie's explanation guardian angels (18:22)How Maddie helps her clients to connect with their archangels (36:11)A prayer that Maddie uses within her work (45:19)Connect with Maddie Sparkles WebsiteInstagramFacebookLet's Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Focus Discussion of the Week: What are you doing this season to connect with your community? Holiday food drives, community events, donations, and giveaways — Katie Kolakowski and Chelsey Keenan are here to talk about corporate social responsibility, what that looks like for builders, and how you can use it in your marketing.
What does it take to be a complete man? Is there an ideal balance between the masculine and feminine when it comes to leadership within a family? Some new avenues to discuss on this week's episode of Shots to the Dome! My good friend and fellow online fitness coach Adam Manley joins us today to discuss these important topics of being a man. While his last name lines up well with our topic today, Adam is what I consider a "mensch" for being flexible and rescheduling with me multiple times and the fact he's just a great dude. That resonates through this episode of Adam wanting to do well with everything he does and how he's learning to become better in all areas. Topics include: - Black Friday Special! - Connecting with Adam - Coaching in 2010 - Shoutout to Erin and Jordan - Adam's Father - What Sparked This Conversation - Impactful Books - Being a Father - What's On the Horizon - Community and Firefighting - Where to Find Adam ---------------------------- Follow Us on Instagram! @supermanleyfitness @fitnessshaman @dalalovesdumbbells @dldnation ---------------------------- Work with Adam! ---------------------------- Apply for DLDNation's Online Fitness and Nutrition Coaching Specialization Course and Take the Next Step in Your Business Journey! ---------------------------- If You're Ready to Make an Even BIGGER Impact, Apply for the Next Level Coaching Academy! ---------------------------- We have helped over 3,000 people transform their lives through sustainable health! If you want to be the next, click here to apply for coaching! ---------------------------- Check out our website for freebies, amazing client results, and more! DLDNation.com
Anisah is the founder of the new blog: Outside Our Way which features interviews from other disabled and chronically ill folks, sharing their stories of their outdoor experiences. Anisah in her own words: My name is Ani. I have multiple chronic illnesses and I am disabled. That probably brings an image to your mind of what it means to be ‘disabled', But when you look up the definition of ‘disability' you'll find various ways you can categorise it - as well as plenty of opinions about what it means to be disabled. The UK Equality Act 2010 classifies disability as: “a physical or mental impairment and the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.” The truth is there are so many variations and types of impairments that fit this definition. There are visible physical disabilities, there are hidden physical disabilities, there are learning disabilities, and there are mental health disabilities. The variations and combinations are endless and as a result each person's disability or impairment is unique. How that affects their daily life is completely individual to them. I have what is called hidden disabilities or invisible illnesses. I'm diagnosed with Lupus SLE and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD). I have chronic pain, fatigue and memory loss along with other symptoms that affect me daily. People often think that I'm not disabled or chronically ill. There's a common stereotype that comes to a lot of people's minds when the words “sick” or “disabled” is used, and like so many I don't really fit that image. Most of the time when you look at me I don't look like I'm in pain or fatigued. I walk without aids. I take part in active outdoor activities. People don't realise that I don't look in pain or fatigued because I have a lifetime's worth of experience pretending I'm not. I time my painkillers to kick in before I see someone. I'll make sure the environment I'm in when I'm with people is one that won't drain too much energy or add to the pain. I'll plan my week prior and after to ensure I'm rested enough and won't crash. Finally, when I'm too exhausted to handle a simple conversation despite all my planning and methods… I will cancel and you will not see me in that state at all. The same amount of work goes into planning any outdoor activities. I have to use tactics and creative methods just to take part. I need extra preparations and plans to get by in a world that was created with non-disabled people in mind. This is the aspect of disability that people might miss. Which brings me to the question - how can we help change this? I can only be an expert on my own experience/disability/illness (and even then, that's iffy!). After brief conversations with others with chronic illnesses or disabilities, I have come across some amazing tips to help manage my own disabilities outdoors. I have found people who can relate to my feelings like no-one else can, and have helped me pass challenges I'd previously faced alone. I've realised that there's so much that I don't know about people who are chronically ill/disabled and so much more I should learn. I want to talk to people with different disabilities and conditions to mine. I want to see what challenges they face when they access the outdoors, what hurdles they have to navigate when going outdoors. I want to ask them what everyone should do to flatten those hurdles as much as we can. Outside: Our Way is a collection of interviews to show that we as a community are here. These interviews are a chance for disabled people to shape their own narratives and tell us about their way of going outside. It's aim is to shine a light on what it's really like to be an outdoor enthusiast and disabled/chronically ill. To those who are disabled or chronically ill - I hope you can find something to relate to. There's a beautiful community that have shared experiences and can truly understand what you might think or feel. To those who are non-disabled - I hope to show you what it takes to be disabled/chronically ill in the outdoors. And perhaps prompt you to consider how you can help us access the outdoors our way. Listen to Ani on the tough girl podcast - New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ani Being an advocate for disability and chronic illness in the outdoor environment Getting into the outdoors and not liking it at first Getting back into the outdoors 2/3 years ago Deciding not to follow the advice Enjoying her time in the outdoors Her life as a child and experiencing symptoms from a young age Hating going to school Learning energy management Not knowing what something was wrong dealing with pain was normal Getting the diagnosis as 12 years old Making the decision to go outside and wanting to do something Spending too much time inside Why the outdoors is her happy place Feeling empowered and enabled Learning how to balance caution and happiness Planning every aspect of her life Connecting with other women who have a similar condition Spending time around water and feeling at peace Trying to get good with cold water Making adjustments to make wild camping accessible Figuring out how it can work for you What Outside Our Way is about The women who have inspired Ani Wanting to share her hiking journey on line Future dreams and ambitions Wanting to do a multi-day hike Hike your own hike Advice for your next adventure Social Media Instagram: @ani_went_outside Outside: Our Way - A blog sharing stories from from across the outdoor sector and disability and chronic illness landscape. Hosted by @alltheelements www.alltheelements.co/outside-our-way Instagram @outside_our_way
Back in 2018 at a Coffee Fest in Baltimore I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Stephen Zinnerman, owner and founder of (along with his wife Natasha) The Coffee Enthusiast: A Brewing Company (TCE). Back when we first met on the show floor, he was just starting TCE and since then they have experienced A LOT of growth both in their family and in the business, especially on the roasting side. Through the challenges, late nights, iterations, and lots of giving and receiving from the specialty coffee community TCE has emerged as a known and established industry presence that promotes connection and great coffee experiences. On top of running TCE Stephen has recently joined the roasting team at Counter Culture Coffee and is also a board member of The Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity Stephen's background outside of coffee is higher education, where he has worked for over 10 years in different areas, from University Housing to Environmental Research & Education. He is a graduate student, studying Environmental Policy & Management with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability. Stephen is one of the most dedicated, hardworking, and (not surprisingly) enthusiastic people you can meet and it has been a pleasure to follow his progress over the years and now to get to have this conversation exploring his journey 3 years later. In this interview we discuss: Starting small and getting feedback Beginning to focus on roasting Learning to listen and serve Creating something to give his kids Continuing to learn and invest in yourself Taking action as an individual Showing appreciation Taking on a commercial coffee roasting position while running TCE The hard work of commercial roasting Advice on how to learn and grow Links: www.tcecoffee.com TCE on Instagram Related Episodes: 079 : Interviews from Coffee Fest Baltimore (First interview w/ Stephen) 149 : Celina Velez, Head Roaster of Merit Coffee in Austin, TX 180 : A Conversation with Rugid Grind Founders, Brian Washington and Averett Barksdale Blog: Who we are and What we do 233 : A Conversation w/ Anthony Ragler, Black and White 232 : Founder Friday w/ Blew Kind of Fanny Lou's Porch Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keys www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
Connecting Animals, humans, and our planet with Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch owner Monica Stevens! We learn how to improve animal welfare through global collaboration with a pioneer in the world of philanthropy.
An eighth-grade project set in motion numerous food allergy advocacy enterprises by this impressive young woman, Katherine Schug. The project grew into Teen FAAB (Food Allergies and Anti-Bullying), a website that provided resources, blog posts, tips, and more for teens living with food allergies. This led to a TEDx Talk at her high school. As her platform grew, she spoke at Food Allergy and Research Education (FARE) events and Food Allergy and Awareness Connection Team (FAACT) conferences. Now, Katherine, a student at Rutgers University, is the founder and CEO of The Alan (Allergy Life Alliance Network) App that features a messaging system, emergency feature, and interactive resources. Katherine's mission is to connect people with food allergies to share experiences, concerns, and questions. She understands there is a need for the community, especially for teens dealing with bullying. She shares her incredible journey. She offers advice to teenagers and parents and talks about the challenges of moving away for college and living in the dorms and/or having roommates. We cannot wait to see what is next for this inventive young woman.
Overview: Today, we're going to talk about Andela - the software developer recruitment platform. We'll explore the Andela story across 6 areas: Labor markets in Africa context Andela's founding and early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook. This episode was co-hosted with Iyinoluwa "E" Aboyeji & recorded on Nov 7, 2021 Companies discussed: Andela, Spark Capital, CRE Ventures, SoftBank Vision Fund, Gebeya, Semicolon, Decagon, CRE Ventures, Spark Labs, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative & Generation Investment Management Business concepts discussed: Talent recruitment, Remote working, Outsourcing, Education Technology, Youth unemployment & Economic Development Conversation highlights: (01:00) - Andela context & Background (01:30) - Context on Africa's labor markets (21:20) - Bookneto, Fora & 2U (53:50) - Andela cofounders & early founding story (1:00:00) - Fundraising and investors (1:11:00) - Traction - Revenue, users, employees, margins (1:14:23) - Product and monetization strategy (1:25:22) - Competition and options for exit (1:48:46) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:55:17) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (2:01:00) - E's overall thoughts and outlook (2:09:01) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Syncback Pro (works better than OneDrive & Google Drive clients for backing up stuff) & Money Talks Bloomberg article about how Zillow stopped selling houses: By Afrobility legend Matt Levine Small win: Got a new larger air fryer. It's awesome Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Tete Muo Bu Muo by Tony Tete Harbor & The Infinite Machine by Camila Russo Small win: Great birthday dinner :) E's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Prosperity paradox (by Efosa Ojomo) & Founders at work (Jessica Levingston) Small win: 3 companies I'm working with got into YC Winter 2022 batch Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback! Founders & Operators: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at email@example.com Investors: It would be great to link up with you to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com
“I do think that the relationships we have, especially around work, are so important. And there is great research that shows that those relationships and being able to be vulnerable with at least a few people are what, A) keep us loyal to the jobs that we have, and B) keep us happy in the work that we're doing, and C) help propel us to the next level of achievement in the things that we are hoping to achieve.” -Inga T. Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA Senior Vice President, Ambulatory Care and Patient Experience, MGH/MGPO In today's episode, Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer discusses slumps and how to get unstuck with director of clinical quality and director of ambulatory care at the MGH Cancer Center, Dr. Inga Lennes. Dr. Lennes shares with us her tips for getting unstuck when she feels like she is in a slump, you will hear the key things that she checks and then does when she is in a slump, so that she can move through it. First, she reminds us to take care of ourselves as well as we take care of others. Next, she reminds us that it's okay to switch into neutral. Tune in to hear how Dr. Lennes accomplishes this, and to hear the rest of her sage advice for moving through a slump and from there, into our next exciting phase. We are thrilled to have her return to the podcast so we can further learn from her leadership and wisdom! Dr. Inga Lennes is the SVP for ambulatory care and patient experience at Massachusetts General Hospital and for the Mass General Physicians Organization, as well as a practicing thoracic medical oncologist and quality of care researcher. She went to the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed internal medicine residency training and chief residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Lennes completed a fellowship in medical oncology at Dana Farber Cancer Institute and joined the MGH and Harvard Medical School staff in 2009. At MGH, she has served as the director of clinical quality and director of ambulatory care at the MGH Cancer Center. In 2016, she joined senior leadership at MGH and the MGPO and has focused her administrative efforts on improved ambulatory access, operations and patient experience. Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog How many coaches do you think your favorite actors and athletes have worked with over the years in order to achieve such extraordinary success? What if you had a team of trusted thinking partners, experienced coaches who have helped hundreds of physicians overcome obstacles and who know what works? What if you were part of a community of like-minded physicians from across the nation, across specialties and career stages? Your collective brain trust, sharing ideas and experiences, so you would no longer feel like an island, surrounded by people yet alone? 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Is the work you're doing now going to have a generational impact? Whether we realize it or not, our lives have been shaped by the generations that came before us. And as a woman of multiple heritages, I am intimately aware of the ways I will impact those who come after me. In today's episode, I'm meeting with Asha Ramakrishna, Spiritual Mentor and author of The Priestess Code. Asha lives her life by a simple credo: feel good, be wealthy, give back. In connecting with her heritage–both in this life and her past lives–she's realized the full scope of her own impact and devoted her life to empowering others. Through her work in Human Design, and Spiritual Mentorship, she guides her clients to do the same. Asha helps entrepreneurs and service-hearted people connect with their true selves while also building generational wealth for their descendants. Join us in today's episode as we discuss Asha's experience as a multi-ethnic woman, how she learned to flow with the seasons of her life, and why she practices “sacred commerce” in her business and personal life. Listen to episode 369 now! In episode 369 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: [4:24] What ‘regenerative' work is and how it became the focus of Asha's work [9:12] How technology can be detrimental to our spirits, especially during the pandemic [12:52] Asha's personal motto and how it's carried her through these uncertain times [13:53] Accepting yourself as a seasonal being and learning to flow through the seasons [17:55] Giving back to the world as part of your own spiritual journey [23:29] Recognizing your privilege and learning to live your truth without guilt [30:35] How to appreciate your heritage and past lives while being sensitive to cultural appropriation [37:12] Coming back to your ancestral home as someone of multiple backgrounds [45:30] Connecting with your patroness and recognizing her confirmations [50:52] Practicing sacred commerce in your business and your personal life For full show notes and resources, head tohttps://untameyourself.com/podcasts/369 About the EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto Since 2013 I've been developing a body of work that helps women embody self love, healing and wholeness. We do this by focusing on the four levels of consciousness - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. In practical terms this looks like exploring tools and practices to help you tune into the deep wisdom of the body and the knowing of the heart, which I believe are gateways to our souls. Then we cultivate a new relationship with our minds that allows the mind to serve this wisdom and knowing and soul connection, rather than override it, which is what many of us were taught. If you've been doing self help or spiritual development work for a while, these are the types of foundational things that often people overlook in pursuit of fancier concepts that often aren't practical or sustainable. Here, we will focus on building these strong foundations so you can honestly and thoroughly embody self love. If you're feeling it, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. You can also keep up with show updates and community discussion on Instagram here.
This week on Becoming Fearless, meet Mary Ralph Lawson and Kennedy Crichlow, co-founders of Daily Drills, a fashion company specializing in everything we wore during the pandemic — and everything we wear every day! Mary and Kennedy were inspired to launch their brand during the pandemic, starting with four staple activewear pieces and eventually expanding to loungewear. Between Mary's strong social media presence and creativity and Kennedy's preference for behind-the-scenes business work, they were a perfect pair. Join Annie, Mary, and Kennedy as they talk leveraging your platform, connecting with your audience, leaning on your partner, and redefining success.