As busy moms, cultivating a wardrobe you love is probably pretty low on the to do list. With so many people working from home, years of pandemic, and just general mom life, it's safe to say everyone's wardrobe could use a little attention. Cammeo Murray joins Brittany and Heather to talk about how to sort through your existing wardrobe, how to build it into the wardrobe of your dreams, and the benefits of hiring a stylist.
We continue our series focused on Ben and Matt’s book Having the Mind of Christ: Eight Axioms for Cultivating a Robust Faith. Ben, Matt, Gino, and Christy discuss how they’ve practically worked out the principles and practices in the book in their lives and leadership over the past several years. Today we talk about Axiom […] The post How God’s Love Recognizes and Reckons With Power Dynamics appeared first on Gravity Leadership.
Cultivating gratitude and appreciation for even the smallest of things creates more hopefulness and a sense of understanding and/or meaning in life. This eyes open practice will support you in creating a deeper wholeness and connectedness to the life all around you. To upgrade your job post claim your $75 now at http://Indeed.com/minis Terms and conditions apply. Need to hire? You need Indeed. Music by Chel Hamilton Photo by Raamin ka on Unsplash
Brave Table fam, we're unlocking some seriously mind-blowing insights today. Did you know that when you have a huge desire for something, you're equally creating the energy of fear around not having it? What if the secret to receiving all that you long for, to fixing that relationship, to healing that health issue, is to accept your situation, love it, and then let it go? When you begin to let go of everything you believe about yourself — the good and the bad — and experience yourself in every moment, THAT's when you start to align yourself with your truest desires instead of chasing them and ultimately pushing them away. My guest in this episode, Dorota Stańczyk, shows us the magic that's possible when you choose this way of being, like radical self-love, mending family relationships, and healing physical disease, to name a few. Dorota is a cultivator of wellbeing, founder of the happiness app, @appii.app, and the author of her amazing book (Re)Create Yourself: Embracing Greater Self-Love To Unleash Your Potential. Dorota truly embodies what she (ever-so-eloquently) preaches. This is a seriously soul-stirring episode, fam. Dorota offers so much medicine for anyone going through a challenging time or ready to (re)create the next version of themselves and manifest their next juicy chapter. Here's just a taste of what you'll get out of this episode… - Releasing self-judgment and breaking patterns - How to understand your triggers as gifts - Cultivating self-love and self-acceptance - Healing rejection from family members - Practicing acceptance of what is and learning how to let go - How emotional wounds can turn into physical manifestations and health issues - How unresolved childhood wounds can play out in our adult lives - Addressing your inner critic and self-abandonment - The reason why your body creates disease and learning how to love your discomfort If you loved this episode, make sure you… - Grab a copy of Dorota's book (Re)Create Yourself: Embracing Greater Self-Love To Unleash Your Potential https://www.amazon.com/Re-create-Yourself-Dorota-Stanczyk-ebook/dp/B08ZJ93JHD - Find her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/dorotastanczykart/ and her website at www.dorotastanczyk.com - Check out this episode from Emily Hirsh: Taking Ownership of Life Circumstances by Reframing Your Reality To Make It Work for You https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emily-hirsh-taking-ownership-of-life-circumstances/id1608226580?i=1000566487215 - And this one with Jenna Phillips Ballard: Second Chances at Life, Manifesting through Contrast, and Responsible Leadership https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jenna-phillips-ballard-second-chances-at-life-manifesting/id1608226580?i=1000565619960 - And, tune into A Journey Back to Loving Yourself, Women's Wellness, Hormones, Fertility and More with Dr. Mariza Snyder https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-mariza-snyder-a-journey-back-to-loving-yourself/id1608226580?i=1000563258513 Loves, before you go, check out this super fun quiz I created for you to determine your Bounce Factor! How do you bounce back from life's sucky moments? How strong is your audacious resiliency? Find your archetype and what you can do to strengthen your “bounciness” with my FREE Bounce Factor quiz! Get it at bouncefactorquiz.com.
Today on the podcast I am celebrating my 40th Birthday! And to honor the past decade of my life, I want to share one belief that I worked on throughout my 30's that changed me from the inside out. I am going to dive deep into why this one belief was so transformational to me, how I learned to cultivate it and what you can do to adopt it yourself. Topics in this episode:The importance of believing “I am worthy” Why you want to boast about yourself and your amazingness Why other people can't fill your “worthy-cup” What it takes to believe in yourself at a higher level Specific questions to ask yourself to help build up belief in your worthiness Show Notes & References: Schedule a free coaching call if to start believing “I am worthy” no matter your successes or failures in life: https://www.rebeccaolsoncoaching.com/book (www.rebeccaolsoncoaching.com/book) Don't forget to leave a rating and review to help spread this resource to other working moms!
Our guest in this episode is the behavioral scientist Jon Levy who wrote a book titled You're Invited, the Art and Science of Cultivating influence. The book details how Jon was able to convince groups of Nobel Laureates, Olympians, celebrities, Fortune 500 executives, and even a princess to not only give him advice, but cook him dinner, wash his dishes, sweep his floors, and then thank him for the experience. How Minds Change: www.davidmcraney.com/howmindschangehome Contest: https://sites.prh.com/hmc-giveaway Show Notes: www.youarenotsosmart.com Newsletter: https://davidmcraney.substack.com Jon Levy's Website: https://www.jonlevytlb.com Patreon: http://patreon.com/youarenotsosmartSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The type of mindset we possess can determine how likely we are to succeed. A fixed mindset believes that there is an inability to change, that things are the way they are, a growth mindset embraces change and opportunities to learn. Sam gives one major tip to help your transform a fixed mindset into a growth mindset. Have a question for Sam? Send it to him here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Willie Jennings defines joy in a surprising and profoundly physical way—as an act of resistance against despair and death. He explains joy as, "Resisting all the ways in which life can be strangled and presented to us as not worth living." Here, in a 2018 talk for the Theology of Joy and the Good Life Project, Willie Jennings comments on the powerful, embodied act of resistance that joy calls for, examining its scope and cultural context, exploring the musical form of the blues as a space for commonly held joy, and envisioning a pathway of life through the valley of the shadow of death.About Willie JenningsWillie Jennings is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Africana Studies, and Religious Studies at Yale University; he is an ordained Baptist minister and is author of The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race,Acts: A Commentary, The Revolution of the Intimate, and most recently, After Whiteness: An Education in Belonging. You can hear him in podcast episodes 7, 13, and 57 of For the Life of the World.Show NotesWatch Willie Jennings's 2018 lecture "Gathering Joy"—from the Theology of Joy and the Good Life Project, sponsored by the John Templeton FoundationFrom The Fellowship of the Ring, by J.R.R. Tolkien: "‘Despair or folly?' said Gandalf. ‘It is not despair, for despair is only for those who see the end beyond all doubt. We do not. It is wisdom to recognize necessity, when all other courses have been weighed, though as folly it may appear to those who cling to false hope. Well, let folly be our cloak, a veil before the eyes of the enemy! For he is very wise and weighs all things to a nicety in the scales of his malice. But the only measure that he knows is desire, desire for power; and so he judges all hearts. Into his heart the thought will not enter that any will refuse it, that having the Ring we may seek to destroy it. If we seek this, we shall put him out of reckoning.' ‘At least for a while,' said Elrond. ‘The road must be trod, but it will be very hard. And neither strength nor wisdom will carry us far upon it. This quest may be attempted by the weak with as much hope as the strong. Yet such is oft the course of deeds that move the wheels of the world: small hands do them because they must, while the eyes of the great are elsewhere.'”Production NotesThis podcast featured theologian Willie JenningsEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Logan Ledman, and Annie TrowbridgeA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
AJ Klenk entered real estate in the middle of the Great Recession in 2009 with a dream to eventually build schools internationally in developing countries. Today, he is the founder and owner of Capstone Companies, the country's largest privately owned multifamily apartment brokerage. He is also a GP of more than 2,000 units, owns a multifamily development company along with multiple restaurants, and just returned from building a school in Nicaragua. In this episode, AJ shares his tips for cultivating a winning team and discusses how his success is helping him achieve his ultimate dream of giving back. AJ Klenk | Real Estate Background Owner of Capstone Companies and Catalyst Capital Partners, a multifamily development company. Portfolio: GP of 2,000+ units, and currently has 18 multifamily projects in motion at various stages. Also the owner of multiple restaurants in the Carolinas. Based in: Charlotte, NC Say hi to him at: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Greatest lesson: Grow your business where you feel real value can be created and where a positive impact can be had on others. Stay in touch with us! www.bestevercre.com YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Click here to know more about our sponsors: Trevor McGregor Coaching | Cash Flow Portal | Cornell Capital Holdings | PassiveInvesting.com
A recent Psychology Today article purported that wise folks have 5 characteristics: they self-regulate their emotions, they act, decide, and counsel mindful of the wellbeing of all involved, and they recognize patterns where the past may offer useful info. Finally, they adapt to their environment, shape it, or change it completely, and they make the best of disappointing situations.
David Godshall is a landscape architect, gardener, and meta-garden philosopher making his way with his young family and his Terremoto Landscape Architecture design studio team in Los Angeles. The Terremoto team was featured as one of Elle Décor's A List of designers in 2021. David's LA home garden and his perspective on adventurous gardening and design are featured in Under Western Skies, on which I collaborated with photographer Caitlin Atkinson. This week we revisit David's conversation with Cultivating Place last year, and as he shares in our conversation: "Garden building is civilization building,” it should be done with creativity and integrity at all levels. Listen in! Cultivating Place now has a donate button! We thank you so much for listening over the years and we hope you'll support Cultivating Place. We can't thank you enough for making it possible for this young program to grow even more of these types of conversations. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcast, and Stitcher. To read more and for many more photos please visit www.cultivatingplace.com.
Jesus sees you above and beyond your current level of experience! Dr. Louis F. Kayatin says there is always more to experience as an “apprentice” of Christ and his Kingdom. Develop a deep love for Jesus as King ... then authentically live a Spirit-filled life. Don't stay stuck. Progress to live your highest life for the King. Special recast episode. Stream and see the show notes -- JesusSmart.com/79 Get the Jesus Smart eLetter Podcast Archive >> JesusSmart.com/podcast
*This episode was recorded in June, but is just releasing now! We discuss the Summer Solstice for a minute, which already passed, but the information is still relevant. Reflecting on the first half of the year and planning for the second half of the year. The Power of Ritual by Casper de Kuile. Finding connection to yourself and to others through ritual building. Cultivating consistency in your routines. Mental and emotional resources going into stressing about doing something are a greater detriment than to just engage in the routine you're stressing about. The root problem of not creating consistency in routines may be mental health issues. Accountability partners and interdependence to help motivate. Being bold in reaching out to other people about staying connected or being accountability partners. JK Rowling's history of transphobic comments and supporting transphobic legislation. When do we separate the art from the artist and when is it not okay to do that? How do we let others have the freedom to make choices about what art they consume without placing judgement or canceling them for those choices?
Can you remember back to your childhood and the newness and excitement of the 'back to school' season? Have you wondered how you could harness that 'back to school' mindset as an adult? In this episode, I'm sharing one way to cultivate that mindset in your professional life and use the momentum it creates to make a significant impact within your organization. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3Sg0pO5
I spent 7 years looking for the shortcut to success online... I wasted thousands hours looking for the passive income secrets that would allow me to fire my boss and escape the rat race... Want to know what I learned? Listen to this new episode and you'll learn the ultimate secret the greedy gurus don't want you to know.
After sustaining a major life-altering injury, Christopher Kearse, now chef and owner of Forsythia restaurant in Philadelphia, pushed through the odds and graduated college as the valedictorian, while still recovering from his injury, and then pushed himself to work at some of the best kitchens in the country. Not only did he work with some of the best chefs and restaurants, he ended up opening his own restaurant, despite having the odds stacked against him. Injuries aside, Chris's journey to becoming a restaurateur is inspirational. Chris grew up in a family with eight children, battled mental health, and learned how to cook delicious dishes without the ability to smell and taste the full spectrum of flavors. Despite all of this, Chris has made a name for himself by pushing the boundaries of his dishes and creating beautiful, stylized dishes that do not skimp on taste. As a chef and restaurant owner, Chris has created a culture within his restaurants that has allowed for their success. By hiring the right people, having an environment of excellence, and being a personable leader, Chris has cultivated an environment conducive to success. Tune in to hear this improbable story of resilience and passion that led Chef Christopher Kearse to success despite the odds! Topics discussed in this episode: What has been motivating Chris lately How Chris is building a community around his restaurant Creating a great culture in fine dining Walk through Chris' career Top rules in Chris' kitchen for a newbie The importance of cleanliness and organization in the kitchen How Chris grew up What inspired Chris to start cooking How Chris keeps his ADHD in check How Chris decided to open a restaurant Cultivating culture as a chef and an owner The building blocks of the kitchen Story behind the name Forsythia Chris' interest in helping others If you're in the Philly area, check out Forsythia restaurant! Listen to more episodes at The Chef Radio Podcast. Also, be sure to check out our other podcast Delicious City Philly. Connect with Eli: Instagram A huge shout out to our sponsors Maxwell McKenney and Singer Equipment for their unwavering support, so we are able to bring these amazing conversations to you. Check out their websites for all the amazing equipment they can supply your restaurant with to make it more efficient and successful. www.maxmck.com www.singerequipment.com
In this week's episode of “Moving into the Future,” Jack Macejka, of The Advance Group, sits down with his long-time friend and Vice President of Alexander's Mobility Service, Joshua Flatt. During this insightful episode, the pair discuss what it means to build a meaningful relationship with a client, the importance of paying attention to detail, and how they have built the foundation of their careers on these principles. Jack and Joshua also discuss the importance of a healthy work-life balance, including the importance of enjoying life's precious moments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Psalm 119:103 (NIV) How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth. As Believers, we feed on the Word of God to help develop our spirit man and to break the addiction of the soul. We are to be led by the Holy Spirit. The importance of feeding on the Word is to have a transforming life daily. Daily bread is daily breaking bread in the Word of God. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/support
Following a first career in law, Clara Jung became accustomed to a cutthroat, high pressure work environment. When she left her life as an attorney for a shot at interior design, she decided to do things a little differently. Now, at the helm of Banner Day Interiors, she's crafting a work culture focused on employee growth and support, while also figuring out how to structure a firm that can run on its own—even if that means sometimes taking herself out of the equation.LINKSClara JungKaitlin PetersenBusiness of Home
(Group Learning Program) - Chapter 13 - Cultivating Non-Craving and Analysis of The Mind In your pursuit of Enlightenment, it is highly beneficial that you develop this most important skill. "The Ability to Identify Your Own Cravings through Analysis of The Mind” then developing a plan to eliminate the cravings, desires, and attachments. The Path leading to the elimination of discontentedness and the suffering it causes involves the "elimination of cravings". Because we cause our own discontentedness through cravings/desires/attachments, to eliminate discontentedness we must eliminate our mental cravings. But how could you eliminate them if you do not know how to identify them? In this LIVE Stream and Interaction Learning Session, David will teach you what is craving/desire/attachment, how to identify them, and how to eliminate them to attain a peaceful, calm, serene, and content mind with joy. ——- Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha Dedicated to the education of Gotama Buddha's teachings to attain Enlightenment. https://www.BuddhaDailyWisdom.com (See our website for online learning, courses, and retreats.) Group Learning Program - LIVE Interactive Online Classes, Book, Audiobook, Videos, Podcast and Personal Guidance https://bit.ly/GroupLearningProgram The Words of The Buddha - Pali Canon in English Study Group https://bit.ly/PaliCanonStudyGroup FREE Book - Developing a Life Practice: The Path That Leads to Enlightenment https://www.buddhadailywisdom.com/freebuddhabooks Facebook: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Facebook YouTube: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Youtube Podcast: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Podcast Support our efforts to share The Teachings of Gotama Buddha with you and worldwide for all people using this link. https://www.buddhadailywisdom.com/supportbuddha
Regardless of whether or not you run your own business, adapting an entrepreneurial mindset is advantageous for your professional and personal growth; among its many benefits, thinking like an entrepreneur opens up opportunities by strengthening your ability to overcome obstacles and enhancing your capacity to grow from failure. Dr. Drew Brannon talks with Ryan Johnston and Ryan Heafy, entrepreneurs and founders of 6AM City, a rapidly growing media company focused on activating communities through daily email newsletters in 25 cities across the United States, about their leadership philosophies, entrepreneurial experiences, and key lessons learned along the way.
Happy Women's Month. This series is a 4 weeks long (4episodes) series where I get to have conversations with some of the wonderful everyday people I had the opportunity to meet and are my inspirations in life. Everyday I am Inspired by how as human beings we are able to rise above all odds that were against us and like phoenix rise from the ashes that were meant to bury us & show up liberated and more resilient than ever before. My hope for this series is that we would have genuine open conversations where we are able to learn from each other and hold space for joy and healing and to know that; even in suffering, we are worthy of love, peace, joy and freedom.
“You can't force people to do things. But you can set a standard in your home for what because I'm the one cooking, nobody else…I feel responsible for keeping them healthy and safe.” - Heather Martin Welcome to Stay a While with Tommi Vincent! Whether we are choosing what to eat or what paths to take in life, love is a strong determining factor. That's why today's guest, Heather Martin aka Chef Mommy and ⅓ of the hit Gospel group Virtue, is here discussing being a mother of four children with food allergies and how her path to self-acceptance has helped her spread the love that causes her family to thrive physically and spiritually. My name is Heather Martin, I am one-third part of the gospel music girl trio Virtue. I love singing! I am also a wife, and mom of four kids with food allergies to nuts, milk, eggs, and fish! Inspire of the challenges, we've got a life that's full and fun, so I just thought this would be a great place to spread the love and share our journey, mostly of how I cook to keep the kids safe and our family healthy. The plus side is that all the recipes I share are VEGAN, and some are gluten free! In this episode we cover [00:01 - 10:38] Cultivating a Safe Food Environment for the Family[10:39 - 19:23] The Power Food: It Can Heal Us or Destroy Us[19:24 - 40:02] The Struggles and the Glories On the Way to a Healthier Diet[40:03 - 57:33] Finding Comfort in Your Own Skin and Believing in Yourself[57:34 - 01:00:27] Closing Segment Key Quotes “It turned my life around to realize because you know, when you're young, your young body can take a lot. When you start getting older, then you start realizing oh, my body doesn't like this, my body doesn't like that I should probably not eat this time of the night, or I should probably not do this. So at that point in my life food is when my awareness, my light bulbs about how important it is to nourish yourself properly and to pay attention to the things that heal you and the things that make you feel awful” - Heather Martin “Whether you're vegan or not, or whatever you want to call how you eat, you have to practice self control and moderation.” - Heather Martin “I'm spending so much energy wishing I look like somebody else, being somebody, trying to be somebody else. And when you do that, you don't allow yourself to really shine through. No, you don't. If you don't love you, nobody else can love you.” - Heather Martin Connect with Heather MartinInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thechefmommy/ Connect with Me! You can reach Tommi on Instagram @cheftommivVisit https://vincentcountry.com and get connected with us on Vincent Country's Instagram @vincentcountry LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants food for the soul, and the key ingredients to embracing their true, authentic self. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify, Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's episode features one of America's most prestigious car dealerships, New York-based Rallye Motor Company, and its visionary President and CEO, Juliana Terian! She shares her success story that is sure to inspire and motivate! Her architecture background of 20 years helped her transition into taking over one of the leading luxury auto groups. Her corporate values and support of community with meaningful organizations while empowering employee relationships has had a resulting effect on the Rallye team. Dealerships often contribute significantly to their communities and yet rarely talk about what it does for everyone involved. There is a lot of team building while coming together for greater good. Dealer Talk with Jen Suzuki Podcast | Jennifer@edealersolution.com | 800-625-1590 | edealersolutions.com Check out our sponsor LotLinx.com! LotLinx is a VIN Management Platform that enables precision automotive retailing via /AI/ technologies that improves dealership profitability.
We continue our series focused on Ben and Matt’s book Having the Mind of Christ: Eight Axioms for Cultivating a Robust Faith. Ben, Matt, Gino, and Christy discuss how they’ve practically worked out the principles and practices in the book in their lives and leadership over the past several years. Today we talk about Axiom […] The post Why it Matters That God Does the Same Work In Us and Through Us appeared first on Gravity Leadership.
Do you know how you gain respect? By giving respect! You probably already know that, but in this episode of The 10 Minute Leadership Podcast, we will focus on cultivating a respectful workplace environment by sharing some examples of how we can do just that. Thank you for tuning in, and happy listening!
This episode of the Mind Your Health Show is an encore session of Day 1 of our recent 7-Day Autoimmune Detox Challenge. Harmony in the body is essential for health and healing. Creating harmony in the body requires mind-body alignment, which can only happen from the inside out. In this session you'll learn how to boost harmony daily to set you up for success. Click here to download the workbook and meal plan that Dr. Connie mentions in the episode: http://lupusrebel.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/ADC-Workbook-July-2022.pdf You can still catch up on our entire Autoimmune Detox Challenge! Click here to register now: https://be.lupusrebel.com/detox-challenge . Be sure to subscribe to our podcast and Youtube channel so you never miss an episode of the Mind Your Health Show! We release new episodes every week. Click here to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-your-health-podcast-with-dr-connie-cheung/id1297924924 Click here to subscribe to our podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/35dvMqbXWTpzhNYTf7C4hs Click here to subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcQ8ySs38wLcDpp4-VJrdhQ And if you liked this message, please leave us a review on iTunes! . Be sure to follow Dr. Connie on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/drconniecheung/ . Click here to join our Self Empowered Healers group on Facebook (you must answer all three qualifying questions asked upon joining in order to be accepted): https://www.facebook.com/groups/selfempoweredhealers
This week on the She Did That. podcast we're chatting with Arian Simone, the Co-Founder and General Partner of Fearless Fund - the first VC fund by women of color for women of color - and a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, angel investor, author, and PR & marketing specialist. Arian received her MBA from Florida A&M and shortly after was laid off from her first job, and a few weeks later found herself staring at over 150 rejection letters from numerous companies she'd hoped would hire her. For seven months Arian lived in her car, selling clothes for gas and food money until she decided to stop waiting on others to see her potential and took matters into her own hands. Since then, she managed to go from the bottom to the top - pioneering and growing a successful PR and marketing firm (with billion-dollar corporate clients such as Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, and more), authoring of multiple best-selling books, founding Fearless Magazine and the Fearless Platform in 2010, with a mission of inspiring millennial, entrepreneurial women of color. Now, with Fearless Fund, she has gained the confidence and multi-million dollar investments from the likes of PayPal, J.P. Morgan, Bank of America, and Costco, and partnerships with industry leaders such as Mastercard and Steve Madden. Produced by Dear Media
Everyone procrastinates in one way or another. It's something that I've dealt with in the past and the present. One thing I know is that procrastination can really derail your progress if you don't have an effective way to handle it. That's why I'm excited to have someone on today who gets people out of their ruts and into meaningful action. About Laura Naiser Laura Naiser is a mindset coach. She leverages cutting-edge coaching concepts and timeless biblical principles to help entrepreneurs break free from their mental and emotional roadblocks so they can create more income, impact, and freedom. Laura is certified through The Life Coach School and has more than twenty years of experience teaching and leading in both church and business settings. She and her husband Matt live on a ranch outside of Austin, Texas. The Emotional Source of Procrastination For entrepreneurs, procrastination can be a serious issue. We don't have anyone else holding us accountable to the work. I love being my own boss, but it means that I also need to be my own supervisor. Laura explains how she thinks the root of procrastination often comes from an avoidance of negative emotions. We often know what we want or need to do, but feelings such as confusion, doubt, or overwhelm derail us. Laura describes how we can process these feelings instead of simply reacting to them. It's important to do all this self-compassion. Otherwise, shame will just make it worse. Developing skills to process negative emotions will help you move forward in a positive and supportive way. Seeing Value in Failure Laura talks about how we should not only expect obstacles but welcome them. Putting yourself in this mindset opens you up to learning and possibilities. We are always growing as long as we are open to possibilities. Cultivating positive and compassionate relationships with yourself means you'll be prepared for challenges. The possibility of failure won't even seem that bad because you won't take it personally. As a result, you won't want to procrastinate and can launch yourself into new things. So if you find yourself procrastinating, Laura wants you to approach it with a mixture of grace and truth. Be curious about why you feel this way and think about what you can do differently. How does procrastination impact you and your business? Leave a comment on the episode page! In This Episode How Laura became a certified life coach [4:45] The root driver of entrepreneurial procrastination [10:00] The important difference between excellence and perfectionism [19:20] Seeing the potential for progress and the possibility of failure [30:20] The dangers of comparison [48:30] Tips for getting out of the procrastination trap [54:10] Quotes “You can either manage your mind and emotions or your mind and emotions will manage you.” [10:57] “Tell yourself the story you want to live in. Whatever story you're telling yourself is going to create your experience of that circumstance.” [26:10] “As entrepreneurs, we have to experiment and we have to be willing to risk failure. Otherwise, we just hide and play really small.” [31:13] Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide! Links Sign up for the Practice Better training! Find Laura Naiser online Follow Laura on Instagram | Facebook Laura's Courses Get a Free Procrastination Audit Leave a review of Fed and Fearless! Sign Up For The Free Training: The 5 Secrets of Fearlessly Healthy Women of Faith Learn more about business coaching with me Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! Join the Fed and Fearless Society on Facebook Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative
Welcome to an episode with a highly regarded leadership well-being coach, relationship expert, author, and speaker, Susan MacKenty Brady. Get Susan's Book here: https://amzn.to/3oKfcTN In this episode, Susan articulated the upside of the global pandemic, specifically the norms about how women manage, lead, communicate, and show up. She also discussed the definition of diversity and inclusiveness and the signs that companies are embracing it versus drifting away from the path of empathy and inclusive leadership. We discussed how to find the best version of yourself and how crucial it is to focus on your strengths and building from there. Susan Mackenty Brady is the Deloitte Ellen Gabriel Chair for Women and Leadership at Simmons University and the first Chief Executive Officer of The Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership. The Institute develops the mindset and skills of leaders at all stages of life so they can foster gender parity and cultures of inclusion. As a relationship expert, leadership well-being coach, author, and speaker, Susan educates leaders and executives globally on fostering self-awareness for optimal leadership. Susan advises executive teams on how to work together effectively and create inclusion and gender parity in organizations. She is passionate about working with women at all levels of organizational leadership to fully realize—and manifest—their leadership potential. Featured on ABC's Good Morning America, Susan is the author of Arrive & Thrive: 7 Essential Practices of Women Navigating Leadership (McGraw-Hill, April 2022); The Inclusive Leader's Playbook (Simmons University); Mastering Your Inner Critic and 7 Other High Hurdles to Advancement: How the Best Women Leaders Practice Self-Awareness to Change What Really Matters (McGraw-Hill); and The 30-Second Guide to Coaching Your Inner Critic. A celebrated speaker, Susan has keynoted or consulted at over 500 organizations around the world. Prior to joining Simmons, Susan was Executive Vice President at Linkage, Inc. a global leadership development consulting and training firm. She founded Linkage's Women in Leadership Institute™ and launched Linkage's global practice on Advancing Women Leaders and Inclusive Leadership, and led the field research behind the 7 Leadership Hurdles Women Leaders Face in the Workforce™. Dedicated to inclusively and collaboratively inspiring every girl to realize her full potential, Susan serves as emeritus board member of the not-for-profit Strong Women, Strong Girls. Get Susan's book here: Arrive & Thrive: 7 Essential Practices of Women Navigating Leadership. Janet Foutty, Lynn Perry Wooten, Ph.D., Susan MacKenty Brady: https://amzn.to/3oKfcTN Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
Our guest for this week's show is multi-family Investment Expert, Bernie Leas. Bernie has an extensive background in running high-performing teams at scale and successfully manages multi-million-dollar operations worldwide. He began investing in real estate a short 4 years ago and like most made his first investments in single-family homes but quickly realized the efficiencies that exist in larger properties and transitioned to multifamily in 2019. Bernie also co-founded and launched Elemental Equity, a Boise-based commercial real estate investment firm that focuses on helping successful W2 earners achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. Quote: “Through my W2 position, I'm used to creating systems and processes that I've been able to apply to our investments.” Highlights: 05:27: Diving into Bernie's first multi-family investment 08:00: Struggles and successes with long-distance investing 10:06: How Bernie handles property management 12:30: Managing real estate investments, a W2 position, and a family 15:07: Cultivating successful partnerships to help with investments 17:02: Debt options for smaller multi-family investments 20:06: Mitigating risk with the rising rates of today's market 24:30: Scaling in a competitive market Guest Website: https://elementalequityllc.com/ Recommended Resources: Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity – Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA Accredited Investors Click Here to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals! Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2
ETHAN KAUFFMAN BIOEthan Kauffman developed his love of the natural world exploring the hills in southeastern Pennsylvania. He cultivated his horticultural perspective over two decades of gardening in the deep south, including working at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden and then as director of Moore Farms Botanical Garden, where he led the transition from a private pleasure garden to a public botanical garden. Drawing on influences from both regions, he currently serves as the first director of Stoneleigh: a natural garden, a 42-acre former estate located in Villanova, PA, which opened to the public in 2018. At Stoneleigh, he enjoys creating a garden experience that inspires others to garden for beauty, biodiversity, and the health of our planet.To learn more about Ethan, visit the show notes on The Plantastic Podcast.THE PLANTASTIC PODCASTThe Plantastic Podcast is a monthly podcast created by Dr. Jared Barnes. He's been gardening since he was five years old and now is an award-winning professor of horticulture at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX. To say hi and find the show notes, visit theplantasticpodcast.com.You can learn more about how Dr. Jared cultivates plants, minds, and life at meristemhorticulture.com. He also shares thoughts and cutting-edge plant research each week in his newsletter PlantEd, and you can sign up at meristemhorticulture.com/subscribe. Until next time, #keepgrowing!
In today's Startup Therapy Podcast, Wil and Ryan discuss some of the advice that they would tell their younger founder selves. If you could go back in time, what would you tell your past self? Now that you're wiser and more experienced, there are many things that you wished you would've done differently, but those mistakes and lessons that you had along the way is what also made you become the person you are today. Sign up for the Startups Newsletterhttps://www.startups.com/newsletterResources: Startup Therapy Podcast https://www.startups.com/begin Join our Network of Top Founders Check in with us on LinkedIn | Wil Schroter | Ryan Rutan What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:39 Don't feel rushed and have more patience 05:07 You can do a lot of transformative things in just a few years 07:02 It's okay to fail 07:58 Cultivating relationships 10:14 Find people who wants you to become a better person 12:00 The “give & get” in relationships 14:10 How relationships ends is how you get remembered 15:56 Just be kind to yourself 16:54 You have the ability to say no 20:14 Learn how to zoom in and out in life 22:22 It's okay to let go of toxic relationships 24:52 Will your younger self follow this advice? 29:19 The big moments will be a series of big moments 31:29 Success is not final, failure is not fail, it's the courage to continue that counts 34:37 Focus more on acting like the person you want to be vs. the person others want you to be 38:53 Getting older gives us all the more perspective to offer to others 42:34 Do it your own way 46:26 The most valuable part of the process is learning 49:53 Be in the room 54:09 You don't have to figure out everything on your own
Sometimes, you just can't get away from the people you grew up with. Maybe they're your coworkers, or maybe they're just friends of your family. Maybe they live right next door to you, or maybe they're back in college. Whatever the case, sometimes these relationships are hard to shake—even if they've changed over time and moved on from their days as primary caregivers when you were a kid. But how do you know if your connection is authentic? When I talk about cultivating authentic connections with others, I'm talking about cultivating relationships that are based on mutual respect and support for each other's goals and values. The best kind of relationships take time and effort to cultivate—they aren't just one-sided, but instead happen naturally when people feel safe sharing things with each other that might not be easy for anyone else to hear. It's like building a relationship brick by brick: You start with small things like listening attentively and respecting what others say; then expand into sharing more personal information; next comes emotional support when someone needs it; finally comes an open invitation for deeper conversations about values. In this podcast episode, we'll talk about “Cultivating Authentic Connections in Life and Business” with special guest, Emily Siegel - a Friendship Mentor and Coach. Let's dive in! Access show notes here: Cultivating Authentic Connections in Life and Business --- 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/moms-with-a-purpose/message
In this episode, Natalia delves into the perspective that business is a journey of growth, cycles, and trusting the process. Together we examine what it takes to guide your work from establishing a foundation to achieving your bigger long-term vision.WE EXPLORE:• The 4 For Success• Trusting the process of building something that we care about• The seasons and cycles of your business• Personal growth and relating to yourself• Trial, error, and exploration• The Eisenhower Matrix• Accountability and building a relationship with yourself• Cultivating a long-term visionWays to work with Natalia:Conscious CEO Mastermind If you've been looking for personalized business guidance in an empowering, accountable & soulful group setting, then CCM is for you.https://www.nataliabenson.com/ccmJoin the Conscious Babe Business School waitlist: https://www.nataliabenson.com/cbbsWork with me 1:1: https://www.nataliabenson.com/11-offeringExplore the Money Membership: https://magicalwomenandmoney.com/Grab your Free 5 Day Money Training for Spiritual Solopreneurs:https://bit.ly/moneymastery4bizownersMoney, Business & Astrology Courses: https://www.nataliabenson.com/shopConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natalia_benson/Support the show
Welcome to Cultivating Justice! Our 6-part series in collaboration with Land In Our Names (LION) and Out on the Land (OOTL, part of The Landworker's Alliance) which weaves together interviews, conversations, music and reflections from Black people, people of colour, trans people, queer people and women, on their relationships with land, growing, and identity. In the final episode of this series, our producer, Katie Revell, hosts alongside LION's Sam Siva and OOTL's Hester Russell, who add their reflections to the pieces throughout the episode. First, psychotherapist and grower Srikanth Narayanan shares their thoughts about the fluid ways in which we can see our relationship with land, other living creatures, plants and the natural environment. They discuss how to reconnect with the natural world as something that is not outside of us, and how trauma can be addressed and healed through our relationships to land. Next, Farmerama's Dora Taylor and Abby Rose talk about a dissertation that Dora wrote about Black farmers in the UK. The dissertation explores the relationships between the cultural practices of Black farmers and the mainstream agroecological movement. Abby and Dora unpick themes of racial identity, the use of language around agroecological methods, and the importance of centering joy. Towards the end of the episode, we hear from our chorus of voices, who reflect on home, belonging and rurality. And finally, Sam Siva shares an emotive visioning piece, inviting us to imagine the world that we are working towards, one that centres queer, anti-racist and reparative frameworks, challenges systems of oppression, and fundamentally changes the structural experiences of marginalised groups. We also hear a re-worked traditional folk song, and a performance piece by artist Sin Wai Kin. The first two zines from the Cultivating Justice project, ‘TransPlants' and ‘Gourds, Banjos and Calalloo', are available to order now here, on LION's website. The Cultivating Justice podcast series is made by Abby Rose, Dora Taylor, Katie Revell, Nadia Mehdi, Sam Siva, and Hester Russell. This episode featured contributions from Srikanth Narayanan, Dora Taylor and Sam Siva; reflections from Philomena de Lima, Maymana Arefin, Sasha, a.k.a. MindYourOwnPlants, Dani Foster, Tinisha Williams, Anna Barrett, and Nancy Winfield; music by Eggclab 7 and Bianca Wilson, a.k.a. Island Girl; along with performance art by Sin Wai Kin. Our series music is by Taha Hassan, and our artwork is by @Blkmoodyboi. Thank you to our funders, Farming the Future and the Roddick Foundation. And a massive thank you to everyone who's contributed in any way! Visit landworkersalliance.org.uk/cultivating-justice to find out more.
Our innate novel seeking curiosity behavior energizes the motivational drive for investigating unknowns and making new discoveries. How do we feel when we are curious? Annoyed, an itch we can't scratch, bugged, stressed, excited, fun to figure out an answer? Energized to find out more? Take the curiosity quiz : https://curiosity.britannica.com/curiosity-personality-quiz.html
Natalie sits down with her teacher, mentor and friend, Marysia Miernowska. Natalie's life changed when she studied with Marysia 3 years ago, a time when she was opened to Astrology and magick through Marysia's teaching. Marysia is an herbalist, author, Earth Activist and the director of The School of The Sacred Wild. They discuss connecting with other realms, how working with plants brings more purpose, shamanism, what it means to be a green witch, and so much more. Join Marysia's School of The Sacred Wild beginning September 3, 2022: https://www.schoolofthesacredwild.com/Marysia Miernowska is an herbalist, teacher, author, Earth activist, gardener, and green witch rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Her work and devotional practices are centered around the mission of supporting a deepening of the love and regenerative relationship between Earth and People, for the mutual healing of both human and plant communities. Marysia is the director of The School of The Sacred Wild, and runs a yearly online Apprenticeship teaching herbal medicine, regenerative farming practices, Earth magick, holistic healing and plant spirit communication. A multicultural and multilingual devotee of Mother Earth, Marysia has grown up internationally and traveled extensively, learning different ways of tending to the Earth and sharing regenerative, grass roots Earth medicine. As an activist, she draws on her background of community organizing; she keeps her feet rooted by designing and tending medicinal and sacred gardens using permaculture and biodynamic practices. She consults herbal companies and farms, formulates natural remedies, writes, speaks and teaches internationally. She has authored the book, “The Witch's Herbal Apothecary: Rituals & Recipes for a Year of Earth Magick and Sacred Medicine Making”. And is the formulator and cofounder of @rituelbeauty, an all organic regenerative anti aging skin care line. You can follow Marysia on instagram @Marysia_Miernowska, and sign up for her 10 month long Apprenticeship by visiting The School of the Sacred Wild website: www.schoolofthesacredwild.com ✨Book a $188 reading with Natalie, on sale during Leo Season using code: leoseasonhttps://www.risewithnatalie.com/offers/oDPThoft/checkout✨Want to learn how to read your chart? Get the Video Tutorial and PDF guide you've been hearing about! 2.5 hours of content and Astrology training so you can become an expert in reading your chart!https://www.risewithnatalie.com/offers/PXAct6f6/checkout✨Join us on Patreon to get exclusives. Join here: https://www.patreon.com/risewithnatalie✨Want to transform your unconscious mind? Try out Psych-K to create the life of your dreams, and break through your subconscious blocks:https://natalieholbrookwellness.com/shop/single-psych-k-session/Listeners get $99 off with code cosmicearth✨Interested in 1:1 Coaching, Apply to Natalie's Astrologically-based signature program:Sacred Soul Arising, https://natalieholbrookwellness.com/ssa/
Shifting Your Leadership Style From Disconnected To Connected Welcome to episode 128 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode Ken sits down with Renie Cavallari and she shares her expertise on effective leadership. Known as a dynamo who colors outside the lines and called the no bullsh*t coach, Renie Cavallari is an award-winning organizational anthropologist and is the owner of 4 companies, most notably the founder of Aspire, www.poweredbyaspire.com, a globally recognized firm which specializes in transformational leadership training that shifts human behavior and strategically improves performance. She is also the founder of the RCI Institute, www.rciinstitute.com, an awakening human potential research and leadership development organization which focuses on senior-level executive coaching. For over 25 years, Renie has worked with thousands of leaders and entrepreneurs around the globe to help their companies be better at what they do by providing practical action-oriented applications and proven processes to improve performance. The author of six books, including the Aspireseries, Renie focuses on self-leadership and how to turn on your motivational switch to play all in. Her latest book, HEADTRASH, the Leading Killer of Human Potential, is an Amazon best seller that recently won the best new business book from the prestigious Hollywood Book Festival Awards. What you'll learn about in this episode: Cultivating culture to foster a synergy with your team Shifting from the disconnected to the connected side of your emotional brain Engaging your team in dialogue to increase productive action Bein aware that you can control the narrative of your world Getting rid of the “HEADTRASH” to create a successful environment Resources: Website: www.dupheadtrash.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renie-cavallari-aaa7521/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/renie.cavallari Twitter: https://twitter.com/dumpheadtrash Contact Info: Company: Aspire Email: Renie Cavallari firstname.lastname@example.org Additional Resources: PILMMA's Super Summit https://learn.pilmma.org/pilmma-super-summit-2021 The Mastermind Effect: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect/ PILMMA's Free Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/free-resources/ PILMMA Join Page: https://learn.pilmma.org/join-pilmma
What is plant medicine and what are the benefits? Should you microdose or macrodose? Today is the first part in a new series of episodes on plant medicine with Jason Silva from Microcybin. We dive into the basics of using plant medicine and how you can get started today. We talk about: 02:00 - What is and isn't plant medicine 04:00 - What plant medicine does to your brain 06:00 - Microdose vs macrodose 08:00 -Treating plant medicine as a tool 09:30 - Microdosing with L S D 20:00 - How your subconscious is impacting you 21:00 - Using plant medicine as a tool to improve yourself 23:00 - Benefits of using plant medicine 29:00 - Identifying with your diagnosis 31:30 - Cultivating safety and looking for endedness 33:10 - Macrodosing 36:00 - Horizontal expansion in macrodosing 40:30 - How to start with microdosing Resources: Microcybin website (message me on Instagram for a discount) Let's Connect: Instagram Facebook My Amazon Storefront Subscribe to my newsletter Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Sponsors: Get 20% off InsideTracker plans, including testing your biological age, with my code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY.
Video of episode: https://youtu.be/Bn62Ggi-qcQCitizen Scientist Matt Powers joins InnerVerse to talk about his innovative permaculture research. Topics include the spontaneous generation, DNA and nature's memory, viral messengers, how to get good soil, and comprehensive composting.In the Plus+ Extension, Matt talks about cultivating unstoppable enthusiasm, his daily spiritual & movement practices, plant intelligence, and the circle of communication between microbes in our body and those in the environment.Get InnerVerse Plus+https://rokfin.com/stream/20996https://www.patreon.com/posts/69697254Anyone who wants to join me at Music and Sky can grab a ticket for $50 less with coupon code CHANCE50 - https://musicandsky.com/?rfsn=6759380.d3c262EPISODE LINKSMatt's Website: https://www.thepermaculturestudent.com/Outro Music: "Breathe" by Kadela- https://soundcloud.com/kadela/breathehttps://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-8/matt-powers-permaculture-studentTELEGRAM LINKSChannel - https://t.me/innerversepodcastGroup Chat - https://t.me/innerversepodcastchatWORK WITH MESound Healing Therapy: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/sound-healingOracle Card Counseling: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/oracle-cardsSUPPORT INNERVERSESpirit Whirled: July's End (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/2dhsarasPhi'Telas: Sine Curve of Aeons (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/4sedfdshInnerVerse T-Shirts, Posters & Art Store - https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/TripFlipArt/t-shirts/Buy from Clive de Carle with this link to support InnerVerse with your purchase - https://clivedecarle.ositracker.com/197164/11489The Aquacure AC50 (Use "innerverse" as a coupon code for a 15% discount) - https://eagle-research.com/product/ac5InnerVerse intro theme by Conspiracy Music Guru - https://www.conspiracymusicguru.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When we think diet and weight loss, rarely does the topic of “self-compassion” come to mind, yet, this invaluable skill plays an integral role in your ability to lose weight and keep it off. The most powerful relationship you'll ever have is the one with yourself. That's because all other relationships you have are reflections of the relationship you have with yourself. In today's episode, Paul begins by sharing a working definition of self-compassion and then moves into a heart-felt conversation with Micheala about the power of self-love and how it directly impacts our ability to lose weight and keep it off. Sick of feeling stuck in the weight loss-regain cycle hopping from one diet to the next without lasting results and ready to not only lose the weight and keep it off for good but also become the most confident, loving, and sexy version of yourself who puts her own needs and self-care first…? You're not alone. Click here to learn more about joining The 5% Community. Episode Key Highlights: Understand how possessing strong self-compassion directly influences your ability to not only lose weight and keep it off, but to truly feel, look, and be your best. Learn how integral it is to view self-compassion as a skill - and to regularly train it - to get the full benefit. Learn the three components of self-compassion to help you better understand how to cultivate more of it. Discover action steps you can immediately take to begin cultivating more self-compassion. Episode Resources: Click here to learn more about joining The 5% Community. Connect with Paul on Instagram Connect with Micheala on Instagram