This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm talking with Becky Keife. Becky is the community manager for (in)courage, an online community where women gather to build community, celebrate diversity, and become women of courage. In addition to daily articles on incourage.me, (in)courage also offers Bible studies, devotionals, and a podcast to help women grow in their faith! Becky is also a popular speaker and is the author of The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact, the Courageous Kindness Bible Study, as well as No Better Mom for the Job. She and her husband live near Los Angeles, where they enjoy hiking shady trails with their three spirited sons. Key Points from Our Conversation: We often think of kindness as being synonymous with being polite or nice, but often it requires courage. We need to be willing to embrace the awkward for the sake of encouraging someone else. “Our words don't have to be complicated in order to be meaningful.” Jesus often chose kindness through awkward actions. Take a risk and leave the outcome to God. If we let what-ifs become barriers to following the Holy Spirit, we'll miss out on the blessing He has for us. He's offering us the opportunity to see Him work in us and through us in unexpected ways. Often God isn't asking us to make a big move but to do the simple thing. The small things can cause ripples of change. Don't wait for the perfect circumstances. We can make a difference right where we are with exactly what we have. God wants to use our simple kindness. When we build margin into our lives it gives us the opportunity to show kindness without feeling like we don't have the time to invest in others. Regardless of how much time we have, we can choose to be present where we are and to the people in front of us. “Be where your feet are.” There's something powerful that happens when we shift from being self-focused to others-focused. When you feel like you have nothing left to give, choose to be the friend/spouse/neighbor you want to have. The more you pour out, the more God will fill you back up. Don't discount the power of prayer. Prayer isn't a last resort, it should be our first response. Consider offering the profound kindness of praying for someone while you're with them in the moment. Let's Get Real Practical: I'm challenging you to ask God to show you who He wants you to show kindness to today. Then follow through by doing something for that person that makes you a bit uncomfortable. Episode Sponsor: Sign up for JOYmail – my monthly newsletter that's full of resources that deliver a little joy and practical action steps for life into your inbox. Connect with Becky: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
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At age eleven Ethan has three younger brothers in our large family. He shares three tips to leading well which include ways to encourage your younger siblings, the importance of including them when playing with your friends and leading by example to get tasks done well together. Tune in to this short buy powerful kid episode. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
Bari Weiss joins the COMMENTARY podcast to discuss her article in the new issue: “We Got Here Because of Cowardice. We Get Out With Courage.” She outlines the threat posed by wokeness, and how dissenters against this authoritarian dogma can reverse course.
Bari Weiss joins the COMMENTARY podcast to discuss her article in the new issue: “We Got Here Because of Cowardice. We Get Out With Courage.” She outlines the threat posed by wokeness, and how dissenters against this authoritarian dogma can reverse course.
There has never been a better time to face your fears. In today's episode, Commander Divine provides a step-by-step process for you to be aware of your fears and to successfully conquer them with courage. Hear how: When you fear failure, you are essentially fearing success—afraid of the risk of moving away from the status quo Your ego is holding you back with its resistance to the unknown—your heart knows there is something more important beyond that The first step for overcoming fear and moving toward courage is self-awareness—identity exactly what you're afraid of Listen to this episode to hear about all the steps, so you can effectively confront your fears and be courageous during these VUCA times.
Men, are you tired of being stuck in a stagnant form of Christianity? Do you long for an energetic, vital walk with the Lord? Are you walking through a desert or worn out spiritually? Pastor Brian Tome joins guest host Ed Stetzer to help you go deeper, live fully, and find reality in your walk with Jesus Christ! EQUIPPERS - Our next ZOOM MEETING is November 4! REGISTRATION DETAILS ARE IN YOUR E-MAIL INBOX. Not an Equipper and want to attend? Become an Equipper Today!
When things go bad, you want to be in a population of like-minded people. Many of the reasons for moving have already been validated just a year later after watching the further deterioration of freedoms in Oregon. While raising children we believe it's best to live where people will stand strong for freedom. We reflect on our move a year ago, give useful insights and share how it has blessed our family. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
What if taking meaningful action steps towards the achievement of your life purpose was a need rather than merely a want? What if working towards your life mission right now today could change the way you feel about your overall life for the better? Well, today is your special day. In this week's episode, you will have the opportunity to take specific steps towards fulfilling your life's purpose and boost your courage during the next 7 days. Together, let's kickstart your journey, even if you still quite haven't figured out your purpose yet. First, let's go back to kindergarten and reconsider what we've been taught pertaining to our wants and needs. After much reflection, I have come to realize that what other people were trying to teach me was a want, actually turned out to be my personal need. Now, what if executing on your life purpose was a NEED and not just a frivolous WANT? Then I'll ask you a few questions (read: my three rules below) to help you pick one purpose. You'll need to work through those because it is during this episode that I'm going to walk you through My Courage Makerspace Playbook to help you take action towards the achievement of that purpose. Be sure to grab your copy for FREE right here: www.melissallarena.com/courage You'll want to have the playbook in-hand to complete some of the exercises I will speak to during this podcast episode. And so, today is a special day because I'm not a believer of waiting until January 1st to begin anything or even waiting for September either. I have begun major adventures on ordinary Wednesdays or made big decisions in Chipotles. Part of my rationale for treating a day special irrespective of where it lands on a calendar is that I want to do things a little differently. The other reason is that when I have decided on something I must do, then I take action immediately. I don't let a calendar or the world decide on my start dates. If you can't get yourself to prioritize starting this dream on a random Tuesday in October then chances are, it's not yet a need. Instead, it continues to stay in the land of wants. As I am writing my own book about having the courage to imagine more for yourself, I have uncovered a few insights that will help you reconsider what you believe to be a need vs. a want. Taking action now in the pursuit of your life's purpose could heal you and breathe a new imaginative perspective in you that's filled with wonder and smiles. I want you to play with me during this episode. Here are the rules of our game so that you can overcome those challenges…this is the part where I help you pick one purpose…listen closely….because here we go….for the purposes of using the Courage Makerspace Playbook today on this special day….be open to pursue and achieve a personally meaningful goal to you (it should not be something that only others wish for you)....then just think about these 3 rules… Rule #1: The only way to pick the wrong purpose is to not pick a purpose (you can't go wrong) Rule #2: You'll have different purposes at different life stages so no need to think there is only one for you (soulmates) Rule #3: Follow a hunch. Lower your bar. Just go with a hunch. If you feel called to share a particular message with the world then great. Otherwise, just pick one thing you've always been curious about doing and start there. Share this episode with aspiring creators, new entrepreneurs, and big thinkers who want to bring an important message to the world and who need all the courage they can muster to fulfill their ultimate purpose because right now is the only time that matters. Highlights: Motivation: The key is that you're open to pursuing something that is personally meaningful to you. Let this episode with me be only about what you want (no one else). Courage: The playbook is about making space for courage in your daily life. A lot of times you might be battling against conventional thinking and you're really having some inner resistance. Purpose: While you are focused on something for yourself, such as pursuing your life purpose, those are the moments that you are going to feel more healed, more hopeful, and happier. Baby steps: You do not have to complete your life purpose by the end of this episode, but have a sense of some of the things that you might be able to prioritize over the next seven days, one baby step a day. Values: This playbook is our opportunity to talk about what deeply matters to you. It's your opportunity to play with all the beauty that can exist in your life. Fear: Many fears pop up even for the most successful human beings on this planet. Learn how to keep going despite them. Trust: Lasting change is going to require you to trust yourself, have a sense of curiosity and lasting change is going to really require you to be vulnerable. Famous big thinkers and creators have learned to trust themselves and so can you! Curiosity: When you feel butterflies in your stomach, rest assured that your curiosity is going to help you explore unchartered territory. Timeline: Deadlines get us all moving. The idea I present here is that you can use the next seven days to build some momentum. Tune in to this episode, be sure to download the Courage Makerspace Playbook, and do the work. Progress is the goal. Progress then momentum. Inspiration: Once you've picked a purpose or the goal that you want to execute on, think about someone you admire who's very courageous. FREE DOWNLOAD Want to grab your free copy of the Courage Makerspace (™) Playbook? Download the Courage Makerspace(™) here www.melissallarena.com/courage Boost your courage in 7-days using the exact courage design tools that have worked for both me and my clients. Grab your free playbook instantly so that you can discover how to: Figure out what makes you tick Be more accountable and not procrastinate Overcome imposter syndrome Stop caring about what others think Progress despite self-doubt Manage anxiety Ask for help You will have a step-by-step playbook to help you finally fulfill your life purpose! Do not miss out on this free opportunity as it will not be available for long. About Melissa Llarena Melissa brings a makerspace mindset that is laser-focused on creatively making space for courage for those with a big message to share with the world. A makerspace is a collaborative workspace with very different tools meant for making things fueled by active imaginations. In a makerspace, the goal is to inspire new creations. In Melissa's program called Courage Makerspace ™ we are making space for courage in your daily life so that you can become an incredible thought leader who has the courage to connect, communicate, and create something incredible that will have an impact on the world. What makes Courage Makerspace™ different is that it uniquely brings an interdisciplinary and creative approach to high-performance coaching. This online program is based on psychological principles, the art of storytelling, and incorporates proprietary experiential tools that harness the power of our imagination. Melissa has infused proven strategies and insights that have empowered clients around the world. Her background includes a psychology degree from NYU, an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and she holds a Transformational Coaching Academy certificate based on Tony Robbins principles and Landmark Education insights. She is a native New Yorker who has lived/worked in Paris as well as London, and courageously relocated to Sydney, Australia with her family. Want to be a COURAGEOUS thought leader who is fulfilling their life purpose? If you intend to become a thought leader and have the courage to accomplish your life purpose faster than you've imagined possible, book an appointment with me in the next 24 hours. We're going to assess where you are on this confidence journey, then we're going to put our heads together and come up with a step-by-step game plan to define how you can rebuild your courage when you need it. Book this free session by going to http://www.melissallarena.com/sessions. Want to continue the conversation? Find me on Instagram! You can read my daily mini-blogs centered on the same three topics that my podcast features: creativity, courage, and curiosity. I believe that without all three it would be impossible to solve the challenges we were each uniquely made to solve. Wouldn't you agree? I'm easy to find on Instagram @melissallarena Rather keep it professional? Let's connect on LinkedIn. I encourage every single podcast listener to connect with me.
Hey Shugs, welcome back! We have a powerful episode featuring special guest Javon Kemp who is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor and a Behavioral Health Therapist. We learn from him the clinical and spiritual aspects of rest. We discuss being courageous and intentional. Rest and meditation are powerful. Allow your mind and thinking process to rest. It's ok to say no! To connect with him for therapy you may email him at Javon2258@gmail.com or 951-268-4006. Connect with me at VickiLynneKemp.com or Instagram @LadyVickiLKemp. I own no rights to the music.
Join host Richard Mendelow and his wingman Christy Stratton as they talk to Jacob Thompson. Jacob may seem like a regular, every day, ordinary guy, but he is anything but ordinary. He is a Courageous Christian! You will want to hear Jacob's story of learning to give every area of his life to God and why he says, "Whatever the Lord is calling you to do, you better get on with it!" Please add this podcast to your library, rate it, and review it. And share this and all episodes with those who will benefit. To catch all previous episodes and learn more about this ministry, visit CourageousChristianity.today. God Bless and Semper Fi! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Randy Alcorn is the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM), a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching biblical truth and drawing attention to the needy and how to help them. Randy is also a New York Times bestselling author. He has written over 55 books including Courageous... Heaven… and The Treasure Principle. His books have been translated into over 70 languages and have sold over 11 million copies. Prior to launching EPM, Randy co-pastored for fourteen years Good Shepherd Community Church in Oregon. He is a well recognized voice in the faith driven investing community and today is sharing more about the treasure principle and what it means to invest in eternity.
We all face fear… But how do we choose to respond to it? In this message, guest speaker Pastor Joel Johnson takes us on a journey through fear's effects on our minds, bodies, and spirits. Through the lens of scripture, he shows us that while we can't always control whether we feel fear, we can ALWAYS control how we respond to it! And as we claim God's promises and choose courage through the power of prayer, we become the mighty conquerors we were always intended to be! Fear no longer has hold of us! Chains will be loosed today, for the old has gone and the new has come! Our God has overcome!
LIAF 111: “Queer is Questioning” From The Spaces Between Podcast with Al Jeffery What does it mean to call yourself queer? Today on Life is a Festival, I'm honored to share an interview I did on Al Jeffery's brilliant show, “The Spaces Between,” discussing queerness as a form of radical curiosity. We open with a comparison of vulnerability and openness, and how to use embodiment to support good mental health. We discuss what it means to “queer” something and how psychedelics and identity-expanding practices are in and of themselves queer. We talk about temperament, attachment style, character and identity and how you can release your own personal mythology by getting down to basic physiology. We close with learning to love the questions themselves, which in our binary culture can be the most difficult love, and yet the most rewarding. Al is a facilitator, community-designer, Top 30 Under 30 entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author and leadership virtuoso. He is dedicated to understanding disconnection and restoring connection in our lives, leadership and communities. Al hosts the Spaces Between Podcast, an open-inquiry into restoring community in the 21st Century, which I highly recommend. Timestamps :13 - Courageous vulnerability vs. social media openness :23 - Embodiment and mental health :35 - What it means to “queer” something :44 - Focusing on physiology and releasing your personal mythology :55 - Temperament, attachment personality, character, and identity 1:03 - Can you queer your depression? 1:08 - Masturbation and digital sex addiction 1:08 - Learn to love the questions themselves Links Al Jeffery: https://aljeffery.com/ Inside by Bo Burnham (Netflix show): https://www.boburnham.com/ Finite and Infinite Games (book): https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/1476731713? Sacred Sons (podcast): https://open.spotify.com/show/13MNzScptw2xqgkCTrgAEJ?si=a4700281b7c746bd&nd=1 Tara Brach Podcast (podcast): https://open.spotify.com/show/37McjD0j2cdu4GExcFQgm0?si=dcc3018f51b248b9&nd=1 Your Brain on Porn (website): https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/ Johari's Window: https://www.communicationtheory.org/the-johari-window-model/
Too many kids raised in Christian homes are falling away from the faith when they leave their parents' homes. Part of the problem is that too many assumptions are made by parents that actually put performance pressure on kids. That's the opposite of creating trust and comfort for your kids to ask deep spiritual questions, wrestle with scripture, and be candid about their struggles. If we don't create this kind of relationship, our kids will conform to the family Christianity, but when they depart from the family unit, their faith falls flat because it wasn't based on their own real relationship with Christ.
Joshua 1 1-9 gives clear instruction on great success! Today in PART 1 we lay the background and declare a prophetic word over you life. Get this word and you will not be that same. In the scripture God says to Joshua "Be STRONG and COURAGEOUS", this statement helps us to realize that we will have to participate in doing our part. Although our strength and courage come from God we must decide we are going to take it up and walk in it. Thank you for being part of the #RiseAndGrindCrew! I am glad you are here. It is my prayer that the #MorningMeditationForMen podcast/prayercast are helping you to obtain a deeper richer relationship with Jesus Christ. All while enjoying a deliciously rich cup of #Coffee #Java #CupOfJoe! Have a super day brothers. Peace and Blessings and thank you for listening to the #Podcast every #Tuesday and #Thursday #GodsGrace #Grace #Prayer #TheImpactMan #SGeoffreyMonts #Anchor #Spotify #ApplePodcast #GooglePodcast #Breaker #Overcast #YouTube #iHeartRadio Intro Music: "Say Goodnight" Joakim Kraud Other Music: Vision Outfit: WRSP Hat & WRSP Tee in Grape www.artofhomage.com Contact Information: S Geoffrey Monts: LoveLaughLegacy@Gamil.com www.morningmeditationformen.com Copyright LoveLaughLegay Media 2021 #RiseAndGrindCrew #Coffee #Java #CupOfJoe #MorningMeditationForMen #Podcast #TuesdayAndThursday #GodsGrace #Grace #Prayer #TheImpactMan #SGeoffreyMonts #1V1M #Anchor #Spotify #ApplePodcast #GooglePodcast #Breaker #Overcast #YouTube #iHeartRadio #castbox www.MorningMeditationForMen.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lovelaughlegacy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lovelaughlegacy/support
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Maghan Morin, the co-founder of a working space called “Thynk Global” which main purpose is to make Black Female Founders feel comfortable in the entrepreneurship ambiance by creating a community in which entrepreneur woman can connect all around the world to make their businesses grow. Maghan talks about her journey as an entrepreneur who is always seeking to reinvent herself and support other women through safe workspaces and community building because Support is Sexy! Maghan Morin Maghan Morin is the co-founder of a coworking space called Thynk Global which connects Black Female Founders around the world. She studied journalism at the University of Missouri but did not pursue that, actually while she was still in college, she opened her first business which consisted in selling women's shoes in her apartment. Afterwards, she moved to London where she worked in a shoe design company but she ended up moving back to her hometown. Nowadays, she is a business woman who is constantly trying to reinvent herself and come up with new entrepreneurship such as Melanated Beauty Spa, which is a luxury skincare spa for black women. Insights from this Episode How did Maghan fell in love with entrepreneurship How “Thynk Global” started What is “Thynk Global” principal purpose Maghan's journey as a black entrepreneur women Why transparency is so valuable in the entrepreneurship environment Stay Connected: Maghan Morin Instagram: Maghan Morin Facebook: Maghan Morin LinkedIn: Maghan Morin Thynk Global: Instagram: Thynk Global Facebook: Thynk Global LinkedIn: Thynk Global Youtube: Thynk Global Elayne Fluker Instagram: @elaynefluker LinkedIn: Elayne Fluker Support is Sexy Instagram: @supportissexy Subscribe to Support is Sexy + download each episode on Spotify and Apple Podcasts This episode was produced and managed by Podcast Laundry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello, Indie Creatives! In this episode, we have a conversation with the Executive and Artistic Directors of the Indie Memphis Film Festival, Knox Shelton and Miriam Bale. We talk about why Festivals around the country are taking more COVID precautions than theaters and sporting venues, what sacrifices they look for in serious filmmakers, how festivals can create more opportunity and remove barriers for Black filmmakers, how to help Indie Film Creators get full-market value for their work, what made Charles Grodin and Les Blank so brilliant and essential, and much, much more! Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative⠀⠀⠀⠀ Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan! www.bonsai.film/truefans⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast #MAKEIT
Welcome to another edition of She's Got Drive: This is a REWIND episode. This week as we look at the question on how to live a life by design and not default we gain our inspiration from three of my former guest's courageous moments. We hear their life lessons and the power of going beyond fear. I love all my guest and their stories, I am sure you will too. 1st - Reverend Itang Young previous guest on episode episode 61 , Assistant Minister of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem NY. 2nd Vyla Rollins : previous guest on episode 56, Executive Director of London Business School and Occupational Psychologist. 3rd Michelle Miller who was a guest in episode 80, Award wining Journalist and Co-Anchor of CBS This Morning Saturday. She's Got Drive Journals: BUY IN HERE AMAZON HERE Including 30 Days of Gratitude -Making Every Day Count HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST If you love She's Got Drive please REVIEW it here on iTunes: http://shirleymcalpine.com/itunes This podcast streams free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Please Subscribe and Review . Tell your Sista friends and share online! DONATE: check out our Patreon account: FACEBOOK: Join the She's Got Drive Tribe on Facebook Private Group and share with other women with drive. SHE'S GOT DRIVE is produced by Cassandra Voltolina. Artwork by Natasha Merrifield Listen on iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher and Google Play and SoundCloud Connect with me through Social Media INSTAGRAM: :@shirleymcalpine_ WEBSITE: http://shirleymcalpine.com/contactme/
In this episode, host Richard Mendelow and his wingman Christy Stratton continue their series featuring Courageous Christians. This week they talk to Pastor Aaron Thomas and hear about his amazing walk with and for Christ. You won't want to miss hearing Pastor Aaron's testimony and about his love for the Lord and how he “lives it out” - it is contagious! Please add this podcast to your library, rate it, and review it. And share this and all episodes with those who will benefit. To catch all previous episodes and learn more about this ministry, visit CourageousChristianity.today. God Bless and Semper Fi! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adi Redzic shares a birthday lesson. Episode 2130: Cheese, Birthdays, and A Life-Defining Lesson by Adi Redzic on How To Be Courageous & Be Your Authentic Self Adi Redzic is an award-winning life, business, and leadership coach, entrepreneur, author of two books, and motivational speaker. From a war-torn childhood to meetings at The White House, Adi has proven the possibility of change and growth. The original post is located here: Interested in advertising on the show? Visit
Adi Redzic shares a birthday lesson. Episode 2130: Cheese, Birthdays, and A Life-Defining Lesson by Adi Redzic on How To Be Courageous & Be Your Authentic Self Adi Redzic is an award-winning life, business, and leadership coach, entrepreneur, author of two books, and motivational speaker. From a war-torn childhood to meetings at The White House, Adi has proven the possibility of change and growth. The original post is located here: https://www.adiredzic.com/journal/2019/3/30/a-birthday-lesson Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Without FAITH, we cannot please God.Therefore, we walk by faith, not by sight.Let's make this more than an action, let's let it define who we are!Join me for today's Daily Word & Prayer to learn more.Scripture Used Today2 Corinthians 5:7Hebrews 11:1-6For information on our Faithwalkers Conference, December 29--January 1, go to https://faithwalkersconference.com/**************Do you want to have all your sins forgiven and know God in a personal way? Check out my video "The Bridge Diagram" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Kjwrlind8&t=1sCheck out my website, www.TomthePreacher.com, to learn more about my ministry and sign up for my daily email. And make sure to request a copy of my book, Takin' it to Their Turf when you visit my website.Check out my videos on this channel to learn how to answer tough questions that challenge our faith.Have you ever wanted to visit the Holy Land?Join me next February (2022) as I lead a tour of Israel!We'll study the life of Jesus at the very places He taught, performed His mighty miracles, was crucified, and resurrected! We'll also have plenty of worship, fellowship, and fun!For more info, check out my web page www.TomthePreacher.comHave you ever wanted to take a Cruise of Alaska?Why not join our TSCM tour group as we take in the adventure and encourage one another in our faith along the way?Find more information at www.TomthePreacher.com/alaska
Drew is highly self-disciplined and shares his insights on why this is so important while sharing stories about taking on a major role in remodeling the podcast studio. This will be an encouragement to take on projects beyond your current capabilities, learn from older people, and the importance of developing lots of new skills. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
The Christian Outlook – October 9, 1021 John and Kathy, the Ride Home, talk with Carl Trueman, of Grove City College, about the harm social media is doing to our teen culture and Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the harm to young girls in particular, following Senate testimony by former Facebook employee Frances Haugen. Jerry Bowyer and Tom Spence, president of Regnery Publishing, talk about “Banned Books Week,” an annual event that started 40 years ago put on by the American Library Association and the American Booksellers Association. Bob Lepine talks with Alistair Begg about his new book, “Brave by Faith: God-Sized Confidence in a Post-Christian World.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 57: I'm a COURAGEOUS Lion... Get Me Out of Here! Zara and Leo head to the African Serengeti to shoot a wildlife documentary! But when they take a shortcut through a cornfield, things get strange... and scary. Find your BRAVERY and meet the African inventor who found a way to protect his herd from the local lions.Additional show notes available at biglifejournal.com/podcastCredits:Produced by Alexandra Eidens and Big Life Journal team. Written and directed by Sarah Cyrano. Sound design and original music by Elettra Bargiacchi. Sound mixing by Mattia Marcelli. Characters played by Sean Chiplock and Ryan Bartley. Managed by Laura Maloney. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 186 brings back former guest David Wood (episode 144) to discuss his new book, "Name That Mouse: Because The Elephant Isn't The Only Animal In the Room".Learn More About The Book: https://focus.ceo/mouse/David has a special gift for all of the listeners: www.myfocusgift.comFind David Online:Website: http://focus.ceo/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/focus-ceo/Twitter: https://twitter.com/_focusceoInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/_focusceoYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ExtraordinaryFocuswithDavidWoodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/extraordinaryfocusMedium: https://www.facebook.com/playforrealllAbout David:After his life as a consulting actuary to Fortune 100 Companies, David built the world's largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for “life coaching.”Discovering that Shiny-Object-Syndrome is an epidemic among high performers, David coaches rock-star business owners to double revenue, achieve more in less time, and be a more extraordinary entrepreneur, partner, parent, and leader. ........Thank you for listening! If you wanted to learn more about the host, Brian Ondrako, Check out his “Now” Page - https://www.brianondrako.com/now or Sign up for his Weekly Newsletter and 3x a Week Blog - https://brianondrako.com/subscribe/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Star Tribune prep sports reporters David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen debate how to best rank a football team. They also give props to a courageous tennis player, and the architect of Eden Prairie's football program.
A new MP3 sermon from London Free Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Courageous Confidence Subtitle: 2 Corinthians 5 Speaker: Benjamin Hicks Broadcaster: London Free Reformed Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/3/2021 Bible: 2 Corinthians 5:6-9 Length: 40 min.
Janet Murray is the Queen of Courageous Content. This week she's back on the show as our first returning guest - talking about how to come up with content ideas to promote your products and services. So, are you ready to find out how to create courageous content, with the amazing Janet Murray? Grab pen and paper (or whatever you make notes on) and get ready for this. There's some awesome stuff in this episode that you just don't want to miss! SOME EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: (2:13) How Rob REALLY feels about Email Marketing Wednesday! (3:00) Did Janet think her car had been stolen (but something else really happened)? (5:18) How does Janet create so much epic content so easily? (7:38) Always start with what you're selling - your products or services. (9:00) How to look at the bigger picture first and then break it down. (11:56) Why you should always start with the end in mind. (13:10) Janet's framework for courageous content creation. (20:36) How to use awareness days to come up with courageous content ideas. (27:12) What percentage of our content should be sales content? (30:10) Subject line of the week with Janet Murray. How does Janet create so much content so easily? Creating tonnes of amazing content is what Janet does best. It's what she's known for. But how does she do it so well and so easily? Well, first of all, Janet says she enjoys it - she loves creating content. And that's got to make a difference, right? But she's also so good at this because she has a background in journalism. And when you're a journalist, she says, you can't just say you have no good ideas for a piece. It just doesn't work like that! So in her previous career, Janet came up with processes and systems to ensure that she'd always have content ideas to pick from. Isn't that clever? So what are some of these amazing strategies that Janet uses to come up with courageous content? Always start with what you're selling The first thing that Janet recommends (and something a lot of business owners don't do) is to start with what you're selling. So every year Janet works out what she's going to be selling over the upcoming year. She calls this 'overhead planning', and she teaches her clients this exact method too. Except that some of them struggle with this. And when they do, Janet says, it's because they have a business problem, rather than a content problem. Why? Because, quite simply, if you're a business owner and don't know what you're selling in the next 3-6 months or over the next year, do you really have a business? (Something to ponder here!) Thinking about what you're going to be selling in the short to medium term allows you to look at the bigger picture - at the 'wide shot view' of your business. And once you have that, you can then break that down into quarters, then months, then weeks. This is where planning your content becomes a lot easier to do. It's also less overwhelming than doing what Janet calls 'linear planning', where you look at the month ahead to work out what you're going to share on a daily basis. Overhead planning also gives you plenty of time to get organised to ensure you're able to create the right type of content. Isn't that super cool? For us, it's a bit like when we try and teach our members to write email subject lines. A lot of people focus on trying to come up with interesting and engaging subject lines before they've even worked out what the point of the email is going to be. Starting with the end in mind is a lot easier. Once you know what the email is all about, writing the subject line is a walk in the park! A 4-step framework for courageous content, with Janet Murray According to Janet, a lot of entrepreneurs create too much content, which is part of what makes the process so overwhelming. This is why Janet thinks it helps to have a structure, and on this note, she's created a framework based on 4 different types of content: Educational
We all want obedient and respectful kids but the usual behavior modification approach just doesn't work very well long term. It's like pulling weeds but leaving the roots. You've got to get to the root of the issue which is your kids' heart. Do you have your kids' hearts? Is your focus to get their obedience or to focus on the heart of the issue? Let's point our kids to Jesus in the midst of conflict. When they disobey you they are disobeying God. When you're focused on the heart it transforms your whole mindset and approach to correcting your kids. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
Pete and Jen discuss a topic this week that they have never discussed with each other, but is very important to each of them: courage.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:Is courage a practice?Why might it take courage to do the things we want to do?How might one cultivate courage?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: email@example.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Think about the last time that you balled your eyes out in front of someone other than a therapist. How emotional can you be in front of your family? On the flip side, what range of emotions can you handle being on the receiving end of? In this episode, I'm going to share with you an excerpt from the book I'm writing about having the courage to imagine a better life for yourself while you are looking at your next life chapter or you're trying to pursue your life's purpose or fulfill your mission. Whatever is next for you has to be imagined in order for you to bring it into your reality. And central to that is being able to feel the fullest range of your emotions. And so, I'm going to talk very specifically about just how emotional you can be right now. I'm also going to share with you how I've witnessed a lot of sanitizing of emotions in the workplace, as well as the numbing of emotions at home. We're also going to go through how you can access your emotions today. Now, there are some maladaptive ways that you might already be trying to access those emotions in order to feel different things. But there is also a very, very positive approach. We're also going to close out this episode with instructions for an exercise that I want you to do. It's all about what might be stored away in your own storage unit filled with emotions as well as with dreams, hopes, and ambitions. Finally, be sure to sign up for a complimentary one-hour Zoom session, focused on your next chapter. Whether you're pursuing your life's mission, going after your life's purpose, ticking off things on your bucket list, I want to be sure that you're able to imagine what your next stage can look like. Your emotions are not like your body's appendix, you actually need them – they serve a purpose. And what I'm going to share with you right now is exactly what I have been noticing pertaining to just how much we have been sanitizing or numbing our emotions. In particular, I'm going to reveal just how much Purell we have been using all this time. Sure, you're going to want to guard your emotions. And here's why: Anyone who does anything that is remotely courageous has had to wear their heart on their sleeves. And so, it's a tricky yet worthwhile process. Because it is only in feeling your emotions, good or bad, that you will have the motivation, prioritize the time, and truly commit to executing your dreams. Your emotions are what will give you the fuel you need to actually do what it takes to make anything incredible – and that requires a lot of effort and making this a priority in your life. Share this episode with someone whom you think has been so heavily guarded with their emotions so they can learn how they too can access their emotions in a positive way! Highlights Out of Tune: If you have not yet or not recently been deeply moved towards something or away from something, then that is a sign that you are just tuned out of your own emotions, and it brings its consequences. Diluting emotions: When you're asked to sanitize or numb your emotions, you might hesitate when it comes to following your curiosities and hide behind what truly piques your interest. You might no longer want to take any chances. Trust: Trust that you're able to handle whatever is emotionally involved, pertaining to your greatest life's ambitions. And some of that requires a little bit of faith. Effortless: Whether positive emotions or negative emotions, you need to feel them so that doing things doesn't feel like they require so much effort. Sandwich strategy: You're sterilizing your emotions just by writing a sandwich strategy email. Diluting your emotions in the office at a slow cooker pace with these mini adjustments and compromises changes the way that you show up in the world. Action Take action and seek more life experiences that give you access to the positive emotions that maybe you just have not allowed yourself to feel. Resuscitate: Many people keep their emotions inside. The results of which prove to be a lot of internal rotting. Resuscitate your senses and a fuller range of emotion. Signs: Our emotions either warn us or encourage us to move in certain directions. And if we don't respect how we feel enough to let ourselves feel something, then it's going to be impossible to be brave. Addiction: Not allowing yourself to feel your emotions can cause you to do things that are hurtful and expensive to keep you from feeling anything. Experience: There are productive ways to resuscitate your emotions such as having soulful conversations with someone. Curiosity: Aspire to be curious once again. Ask yourself questions, the type of questions that children would ask adults. This is going to unlock the more incredible parts of yourself. You will also begin to question your choices and what you perceive to be the truth. Then you will begin to start to explore new alternatives. Child-like: Having a child-like sense of curiosity will help you figure out what is in alignment with your life's ultimate purpose versus what is no longer working for you. It takes an extraordinary sense of curiosity to really understand what it's going to take for you to feel like doing anything more than what you see on your Google Calendar. Creativity: Be creative about your own life experience. Bring your own arsenal to the table when it comes to your own sanity and desire to do something different for yourself. Courage: It's so much easier to be courageous when you have your emotional fuel inside and you're no longer diluting them. Possibility: Even the least emotional grownups can still learn how to access their emotions. The Storage Unit Exercise: What emotions, dreams, and ambitions are in your storage unit? Consider taking them out of the unit and putting them on your kitchen counter. Once you start to feel emotions, you start to get the fuel you need to do something about your life. Links to continue to learn from: Interview with Jonathan Arons: https://www.melissallarena.com/jonathan-arons-2/ About Melissa Llarena Melissa brings a makerspace mindset that is laser-focused on creatively making space for courage for those with a big message to share with the world. A makerspace is a collaborative workspace with very different tools meant for making things fueled by active imaginations. In a makerspace, the goal is to inspire new creations. In Melissa's program called Courage Makerspace ™ we are making space for courage in your daily life so that you can become an incredible thought leader who has the courage to connect, communicate, and create something incredible that will have an impact on the world. What makes Courage Makerspace™ different is that it uniquely brings an interdisciplinary and creative approach to high-performance coaching. This online program is based on psychological principles, the art of storytelling, and incorporates proprietary experiential tools that harness the power of our imagination. Melissa has infused proven strategies and insights that have empowered clients around the world. Her background includes a psychology degree from NYU, an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and she holds a Transformational Coaching Academy certificate based on Tony Robbins principles and Landmark Education insights. She is a native New Yorker who has lived/worked in Paris as well as London, and courageously relocated to Sydney, Australia with her family. Want to be a COURAGEOUS thought leader who is fulfilling their life purpose? If you intend to become a thought leader and have the courage to accomplish your life purpose faster than you've imagined possible, book an appointment with me in the next 24 hours. We're going to assess where you are on this confidence journey, then we're going to put our heads together and come up with a step-by-step game plan to define how you can rebuild your courage when you need it. Book this free session by going to http://www.melissallarena.com/sessions. Want to continue the conversation? Find me on Instagram! You can read my daily mini-blogs centered on the same three topics that my podcast features: creativity, courage, and curiosity. I believe that without all three it would be impossible to solve the challenges we were each uniquely made to solve. Wouldn't you agree? I'm easy to find on Instagram @melissallarena Rather keep it professional? Let's connect on LinkedIn. I encourage every single podcast listener to connect with me.
The Superhero Show Show #396It Doesn't Bother Supergirl to be CourageousThe Taste Buds are checking in with Supergirl on an all-new Superhero Show Show!With Mike still on vacation, and Cassie having no intentions to do the show with just Ryan, she makes a couple of calls this time. The first call she makes is Katelynn. Obviously. But she also reaches out to old-school guest and fan favorite David Lumb! What are they going to talk about during this momentous occasion? Why Supergirl, of course! It's a been a million hot minutes since Kara was in the hot seat, so the Taste Buds check in one last time before her impending season finale to catch-up and see how things are going. Supergirl hasn't been the strongest show after the last couple of seasons. Has this episode made a return to those fun and furious early days?With the 400th episode of this podcast looming on them, Cassie and the Boyz have some housework to do as well. First up is the continuation of the Bracket 400, and it's the DC portion! The kings of network television, the shows that are based on Detective Comics Comics have been the bread and butter for this podcast since its inception. Now it's time to move on from 8 of them, in rude fashion. Can Supergirl move on the DC Elite 8? Or will they just take this opportunity to keep talking about how much they liked Watchmen? They're also trying to get rid of all of the Shushies, and this week it's Best Supporting Actor. Last year's winner was one of the few non-Watchmen, with Luke Wilson's Pat Doogan taking it down. Does he have what he takes to beat Watchmen during a year with no Watchmen? Probably.All of that, plus reviews, updates, and discussions on every other television show based on a comic book, including Lucifer, Doom Patrol, Riverdale, Titans, The Walking Dead, What If...?, and Y:The Last Man. It's our biggest podcast episode since last week, and it's all here now! EPISODES DISCUSSED: DOOM PATROL #303Watch Doom Patrol on HBO MaxAfter being kidnapped into the afterlife, the team rely on Dorothy, Larry and The Dead Boy Detectives to save them from certain death.DOOM PATROL #304Watch Doom Patrol on HBO MaxLUCIFER #604Watch Lucifer on NetflixLucifer reconnects with a few former flames in hopes of disproving Rory's claim. Dan tries to find someone - anyone - who can actually see him.LUCIFER #605Watch Lucifer on NetflixNot believing that he could have abandoned his future daughter, Lucifer sets out to prove an alternate theory: He must have been murderedRIVERDALE #518Watch Riverdale on The CW"Chapter Ninety-Four: Next to Normal" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, L) (HDTV)MOTHER'S DAY IN RIVERDALE - Refusing to accept what's going on around her, Alice (Mädchen Amick) creates an imaginary musical fantasy world in which the Coopers are one big happy family again. But as her mother continues to spiral, Betty (Lili Reinhart) does her best to pull her back to reality. Meanwhile, Tabitha (Erinn Westbrook) ropes Jughead (Cole Sprouse) into a family dinner with her parents, and Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Archie (KJ Apa) maSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourpopfilter)
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Download a year's worth of https://www.leadershipactionlist.com/ (weekly action steps to improve your leadership) for FREE! Paula Caligiuri is a Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy at Northeastern University. Paula has authored award-winning articles and books – including her most recent book Build Your Cultural Agility: The Nine Competencies of Successful Global Professionals. She has been a frequent expert guest on CNN and is an instructor for a LinkedIn Learning course entitled Managing Globally. Paula co-founded a public benefit corporation, Skiilify, to help foster cultural understanding, and she holds a Ph.D. from Penn State University in Organizational Psychology. LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS A multicultural environment is any environment that is demographically different (not just ethnic/national). Getting in an extreme cultural situation does more harm than good for cultural agility. Americans tend to smile a lot. This can look a little strange or un-credible. Be aware of the level of formality if you are working with people from another culture/demographic. In some cultures, silence means you are engaged. Sometimes it means you are disengaged. Push against the desire to seek the familiar and find someone who is demographically diverse. QUESTIONS TO INSPIRE US TO ACTION What is some lesson, saying, or experience that continues to influence your leadership to this day? Having to get a job to make it during a study-abroad experience in Europe. Use three descriptors to finish this sentence: “A leader is…” Courageous, authentic, transparent. What is a question that leaders should be asking either themselves or others? How much time am I really spending understanding the environment I'm in and the people I'm with? What book would you recommend to leaders? Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman If you could get every listener to start doing something THIS week to help them be a better leader, what would it be? Ask two more questions in any situation you're in (no matter your natural level of curiosity). As a general life principle, is it better to ask “why?” or “why not?” “Why not?” because we can offer vision and hope and make a change whatever corner of the world we're in. CONNECT WITH PAULA LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulacaligiuri/ (@paulacaligiuri) Website: https://mygiide.com/ (https://mygiide.com/) CONNECT WITH JOSH LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/joshuafriedeman (@joshuafriedeman) Instagram: https://instagram.com/joshuafriedeman (@joshuafriedeman) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Want a FREE list of weekly action steps to improve your leadership? Download the https://www.leadershipactionlist.com/ (Leadership Action List) TODAY!
Solomon picked this topic himself and shares his reasons why it's important to obey your parents and gives some really important tips. Solomon is five years old, the seventh oldest kid in the family. He leads two younger brothers and understands the importance of his example. Play this for your kids and engage in discussion with them. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
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Tune in so that you are more equipped to help your family's health as the hospitals may not be able to help you. There's a perfect storm happening in the hospitals all over the world right now with so many doctors and nurses quitting due to the vaccine mandate (rightfully so), more patients due to Covid fear-mongering and the unfortunate situations of people needing serious care due to covid and all the normal health needs, especially going into the fall. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
Luke started an essential oils shelf business this year and shares the trials and lessons he's learned in the process. Your kids will be encouraged to hear him share how he overcame the challenges of his product showing up broken to every customer at first, his moment of truth, and powerful lessons on perseverance, getting help, and relying on God as he continued in faith to deliver an excellent product. If you would like to learn more about his shelves email him at email@example.com. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
Today, my guest is co-creator of some of the biggest and most impactful faith based films in history. We talk about the 10-year anniversary of their film Courageous and a new documentary called Show Me the Father that has just been released. Let's go to the Story House with Alex Kendrick! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app