In this episode, I have a conversation with horseman and horsemanship trainer, Josh Nichol. Josh teaches people in person and on a global scale Relational Horsemanship Training and has a strong emphasis on cultivating deep connections with both our horses and ourselves. Together we chat about: - What Relational Horsemanship is - An overview of Josh's journey with horses - His exploration to follow his feel regarding what he wanted to do with horses and how to help them move at their best - How important it is to listen to ourselves and our horses - How we can use our energy to set an intention - The importance of being authentic and how to start to listen to your inner voice - Showing up unattached in training sessions vs needing to get things done - How to reframe bad horse days - Teaching horses how to respond to pressure with softness and so much more! Josh really speaks from the heart and has so much wisdom to share. I think anyone who listens to this episode will get a lot out of it. To find out more about Josh just click the links below: https://www.instagram.com/ahorsemanspursuit/?hl=en https://joshnichol.com/ To connect with me on Instagram click here: -https://www.instagram.com/felicitydavies_/ or jump on my website www.confidentequestrianprogram.com
Journaling is one of the greatest habits you will ever have. It will supercharge your creativity, help you to slow down and reflect more, and it's a way to sharpen your leadership skills. A journal will improve your decision-making, writing, and problem solving skills. Visit www.thinklikeamusician.org
The Power of the Human Mind - Introduction featuring Kerrie HoffmanAre you using the power of your mind to transform your business? We are living in an amazing time of transformation – The Next Age™ - with traditional businesses from the Industrial Age needing to transform to keep up with the new speed of business. The 2020 pandemic has only amplified this need. It takes a Digitally Expanded Mindset™ to make the changes and actually achieve the transformation. When you understand and intentionally use the power of your mind in combination with a Digitally Expanded Mindset™, you can take your business's transformation and your personal strength to an entirely new level. Today we are introducing Chapter 10 in the upcoming release of Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner (Vol 5). Chapter 10, The Power of the Human Mind: Behind the Digital Mindset, includes the following topics:· Cultivating a Digitally Expanded Mindset™· Tapping into the Power of the Human Mind· Believing in the Power behind your Own Mind· Igniting and amplifying your Mind PowerThe time to fully step into The Next Age™ by transforming your business is NOW. As small business owners, we need to ignite and amplify the power of our mind through regular attention and intentional practice. Kerrie Hoffman, #1 Bestselling Business Author, Answers:What is the main premise of your upcoming chapter in Volume 5? Let's also give our listeners some context. There has been a lot of business-related change in the last decade, which seems to only have accelerated in the last 18 months. What is driving this increased level of change? Cool, It's all about our mindset. Can give us some insight into your chapter topics?Is there anything else you want to tell our listeners about the chapter? Want more? Listen to Kerrie's previous episodes: BB105, BB112, BB118, BB127, BB132, BB138, BB143Kerrie's Special Invitation for You:Ready to learn more about igniting and amplifying the power of your mind through regular attention and intentional practice? Visit our resource center of videos at https://www.hoffmandigital.com/mindpower. Of course, you can learn more in Kerrie's chapter in "Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner - Volume 3". Click here to get book on amazon: getbook.at/BrilliantBizBook3 #BrilliantBizBook #MindPower #Consciousness #Subconsciousness #TheNextAge
Harry welcomes to the show, co-hosts of the Imagination and Junk podcast, Bill Barol & Mat Ricardo. Bill is a writer and podcast creator who has gained critical acclaim for his work on the podcast HOME: Stories from L.A. Mat is a performer, modern-day vaudeville and one of the greatest variety artists working today. This unlikely duo met and formed a friendship during the COVID-19 pandemic, where they came up with the concept of Imagination and Junk, a freewheeling transatlantic conversation about creativity -- what it is, where it comes from and why it matters. In this episode, Harry, Bill and Mat talk all about creativity and content creation. Bill and Mat open up about how the pandemic impacted their lives and how they were able to create in spite of this global challenge. Mat shares his background as a performer, including the first time he ever got paid to perform. Bill speaks to the importance of being vulnerable and authentic in the Arts. Finally, they each share their thoughts on the future of Imagination and Junk and talk about one thing they've recently changed their minds about. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! http://pcjk.es/focusrite (Focusrite) | https://fullcast.co/ (FullCast) KEY TAKEAWAYS 06:35 – Harry welcomes to the show Bill Barol & Mat Ricardo, who tell the wild story of how they first met 16:33 – Creators respecting creators and the inspiration to launch the podcast, Imagination & Junk 24:42 – Podcasting without a plan and lessons learned 30:20 – Performing for a dull audience 31:56 – Cultivating new friendships in the time of COVID-19 37:23 – Vulnerability, honesty and authenticity in the Arts 41:00 – Bill's vision for Imagination & Junk 46:06 – Leaving a legacy 49:12 – The reception that Imagination & Junk has received 51:26 – Mat recalls the first time he got paid to perform 53:16 – Bill recalls the first time he got paid to write 55:06 – Something Bill & Mat have changed their minds about recently 58:04 – Harry thanks Bill & Mat for joining the show and let's listeners know where they can connect with them TWEETABLE QUOTES “One of the things I've learned in the last third of my career, the most recent third, is to be personal with my work and to be honest, which enhances what I do.” (13:25) (Mat) “It occurred to me that coming from two different and somewhat complementary perspectives of a writer and a performer, that we were circling the same topic in a way but coming at it from a different direction.” (17:38) (Bill) “What happened was somebody swooped in and did this other podcast while I was dealing with this other thing in my life. The performer's nightmare - one of them. And so I was sort of casting around for a new idea for a podcast and these videos of Mat's kind of tipped me over to this notion of creativity.” (23:50) (Bill) “I'm a performer. I'm a maker. I'm a writer. But at heart, all of this is based around the fact that I am a circus act. I am a variety performer. I do tricks. My hands can do things. So, it's easy to therefore think that that's the one thing that I'm good at, doing tricks.” (27:07) (Mat) “It's been such a weird eighteen months. It really has in all sorts of ways. And one of the things we talk about is the ways in which a species level event affects everything, by definition. One of the new relationships that I formed during this period has been with Mat who, I'll say again, I have never met face-to-face.” (32:23) (Bill) “The time when the Arts are interesting and are moving to people is when you can be honest, you can be authentic and you can be presenting as close to the real you as you can. That's what makes great art, being truthful and authentic.” (38:35) (Mat) “The creativity of communication is the communication of creativity.” (42:13) (Bill) RESOURCES MENTIONED https://fullcast.co/ (FullCast Website) https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastjunkiesjunkies/ (Podcast Junkies Junkies...
Breanne is a certified female athlete Confidence Coach who worksto empower and enable female athletes to cultivate true confidence, unlock their potential, and level up their performance across all aspects of their lives. She has a true passion for empowering and enabling female athletes (and their parents!) with the mental aspect of their sport, the missing key to confident and elite performance. Her areas of expertise include: goal setting, affirmations & visualization, crushing limiting beliefs, shifting self-talk, overcoming mistakes, performing under pressure, letting go of perfectionism, managing stress, and becoming more resilient.As a former collegiate volleyball player and long-time coach, Breanne has experienced first hand the unique struggles that female athletes face on the court and in life. Which is why she and her sister in-law founded The Elite Competitor where they provide courses, programs, and community to help female athletes step into their power and thrive in their sport and in life. Join us on todays podcast episode where we not only discuss how to empower girl athletes but how moms are a powerful influence on their daughters perception of themselves through their thoughts, words and actions. We talk about perfectionism, unrealistic expectations, mental training and more.
Welcome back to THRIVE. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, today's episode with Craig Siegel will feel like straight fire. Craig founded Cultivate Lasting Symphony and the CLS podcast after figuring out he was burnt out after a 10-year career on Wall Street. He's been featured in Entrepreneur, MSN, Yahoo Finance and then some, and he's seriously gifted at helping other people reach their full potential - or even figure out what it is in the first place. Today on THRIVE we're deep diving into the power of the mind, how to become more disciplined, and how to model the attributes of the people you look up to most to increase your own confidence AND performance in life. CONNECT WITH CRAIG Instagram Facebook Website CLS Experience podcast SHOP THE THRIVING COLLECTION HERE GET YOUR COPY OF CAFFEINATE YOUR SOUL: 52 MONDAY MANTRAS HERE: Amazon Barnes and Noble Target Walmart FOLLOW ALONG: THRIVE Podcast Instagram Instagram Facebook Coming Up Roses
We will look at the prophetic office in the church, the spirit of prophecy, and some practical wisdom for building a prophetic atmosphere in the local church. Ministers Fellowship International exists to help leaders build healthy, strong, impacting churches and to do so in a way that makes for a healthy leader. We hope that this teaching left you more encouraged and equipped today.If you would like to be part of the MFI family or learn more visit mfileader.org
I first encountered the philosophy of Charlotte Mason when my oldest child was just three years old. We joined a book club studying A Charlotte Mason Companion, and my heart was stirred by the vision of a homeschool centered on goodness and beauty. I was drawn to this method that left space in the day … The post Cultivating a Divine Education with Charlotte Mason first appeared on Charlotte Mason Poetry.
How do you cultivate a holistic worldview in the next generation? This week on the Impact 360 Institute podcast, Jonathan sits down with Dr. Nathan Finn to discuss how we can disciple the next generation by helping them develop a holistic biblical worldview. Join us this week as we talk about why worldview is important, practical ways to disciple teenagers, how to have better conversations with the Gen Z'ers in our lives, how screens relate to Gen Z and discipleship, and more. Dr. Nathan Finn serves as provost and dean of the university faculty at North Greenville University. He is the author/editor of 10 books, his latest being Historical Theology for the Church (B&H Academic, 2021). He is also an ordained minister who preaches regularly in local congregations. Nathan has been married to Leah for over 20 years and has 4 children. This episode of the podcast is part of a companion series with our new book, Know. Be. Live. : a 360˚ Approach to Discipleship in a Post-Christian Era. The book is out on October 12th wherever books are sold. Order today! Learn more at impact360.org.
Caitlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Heart-Centered Hypnotherapist and Toltec Warrior Goddess Training Facilitator. She has been working in client services for 15 years. She helps clients as a guide to support her clients as they cross the bridge from a place of self doubt, victimization and recurrent crises to lives full of awareness, personal responsibility self-compassion and joy. Caitlin fundamentally believes everyone has the answers within them to transform their life. It is in session that clients learn ancient Toltec techniques to align the body, mind and soul through the subconscious mind. This is your journey back "home" to your intrinsically loving and eternal soul. While clients may already "know what your issues are", they often come to Caitlin feeling stuck in life and desiring deeper healing to break through and move forward into the life you really want to be living. When it's in your soul's best interest, the time to embody yourself fully to create the necessary adjustments needed to reach your goals will come. Deeper awareness and compassionate connection to the most vulnerable parts of the self will give us a sense of being whole and complete. Whether clients are working with Caitlin together in a workshop, coaching circles, individually through counseling, with your partner or with your family, the goals are the same: to heal, to love and to grow.In this episode, we discuss: -What Caitlin is finding her freedom from-Caitlin's story-How our past traumas shape the way we see the world -How to start being a better communicator in your relationships -Core self narratives & creating patterns of suffering -Creating safety in yourself and your story-Experiencing triggers: bodily sensations, stories, and escape strategies -Cultivating emotional intelligence-The 3 things we all need: empathy, listening, and belief in potential -Narcissism, gaslighting and when to stay, and when to go-Teaching our children emotional intelligence Caitlin Peterson's Instagram: @thesoulschoolCaitlin Peterson's Website: https://www.caitwellness.com/ Caitlin's Peterson Google Reviews: https://g.co/kgs/iEN4EyConnect with me on Instagram: @madelinebbailey Visit my website: http://www.madelinebbailey.com Send me an email about a new 1-1 coaching spot: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro Music by: Seth Francis Cover Art by: Tyler Colter
Bill Pfeiffer conducts ten-day Wild Earth Intensives. He is author of Wild Earth, Wild Soul: A Manual for an Ecstatic Culture. Here he discusses the value of indigenous and shamanistic wisdom. He describes his work with native Americans as well as shamans across the world. He emphasizes the importance of approaching these traditions with both … Continue reading "Cultivating Ecstasy with Bill Pfeiffer"
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What is creativity, why is it important to cultivate creativity, and how do you do that? These are just a few of the questions Sarah, Ping, and Dorien will be answering on this week's episode of Thriving Women Artists. They also share their stories of trying new things to add that spark of creativity to their work. KEY TAKEAWAYS Creativity is about more than just making something. You can be creative in so many ways, such as finding solutions from a different perspective. Creativity is also about playfulness, letting go, using your imagination and being curious. Being scared to fail is the opposite of being creative. It's not about the outcome, it's about the process. Routines are very valuable but some of the best creativity can come outside of our routines. While Dorien's right shoulder was injured she found new ways of being creative using her left hand to paint. She used her situation to her advantage. Sarah is blocking an entire day to try something new, like visiting new places and taking part in courses. If you have 5 minutes you can do something creative, it doesn't have to be an entire day. Even if that's just listening to music and getting lost in it. BEST MOMENTS ‘If you practice being creative, you get better at it' ‘I wish I had 48 hours a day' ‘Let the paint guide me, let the source guide me' ‘Part of cultivating creativity is like keeping the cookie jar full' READING LIST Cultivating Creativity: Daily Rituals for Visual Inspiration by Maria Fabrizio Cultivating Creativity: Reconnecting with yourself and becoming more self-aware through writing by Lilliana Rose Cultivating Creativity: A Practical Guide to Unlocking Your Creative Potential by Joe Bailey Nurturing Young Innovators: Cultivating Creativity in the classroom, Home and Community by Laura McLaughlin Taddei and Stephanie Smith Buhai ABOUT THE PODCAST A serious and fun podcast for female creatives hosted by Ping, Dorien and Sarah, three happy artists from Amsterdam. This podcast will inspire you to make a living out of your art. We welcome you to be part of this community of like-minded people. www.thrivingwomenartists.com www.instagram.com/twapodcast ABOUT THE HOSTS Ping He Ping is a watercolor artist. Her work is inspired by nature and her motherhood experience. She develops her greeting cards brand and teachers Botanical Illustration courses online and offline. www.pinghe.art firstname.lastname@example.org www.instagram.com/pinghe.art Sarah van Dongen Sarah is a children's book illustrator and visual artist. She takes her sketchbooks and art supplies everywhere, which results in illustrations based on observation and daily life. www.sarahvandongen.com email@example.com www.instagram.com/sarahvandongenillustrations Dorien Bellaar: Dorien is an illustration artist. Her work is mainly focused on illustration for children, editorial/food illustration, hand lettering, and she likes to combine those into both traditional and digital art. www.dorienbellaar.nl firstname.lastname@example.org www.instagram.com/dorienbellaar See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben's entrepreneurial journey has been running for 15 years, touching on IT, business development, and management. His experience in management, as well as in sales, has helped him land a successful career in real estate, where he has acquired and managed 12 large multifamily properties that are worth $200 million in total. He has also sold more than 2,500 units. In this episode, Ben will drop a ton of real estate tips particularly on how to syndicate in this industry the right way. Listen to Ben and learn from a real estate syndication superstar![00:01 - 05:31] Opening SegmentI introduce and welcome Ben SuttlesBen talks about the fallacy in real estate investing[05:32 - 16:00] The Power of NetworkingBen tells us why we should not focus on numbers aloneHe talks about his experience in networking with peopleThe value of cold calling according to Ben[16:01 - 26:30] What You Can Learn from Your First DealHow he brought a 365% return to his investorsThis is what happens when you have an abundance mindsetAre you new to real estate investing?Don't miss Ben's words of wisdom for you[26:31 - 37:00] Authentic Real Estate RelationshipsHow does Ben qualify real estate deals?Apply this “secret sauce” from Ben to your real estate investing now!Cultivating relationships with brokers[37:01 - 43:23] Closing SegmentWhat are reserves for in real estate?Connect with BenLinks belowFinal words from Ben and me Tweetable Quotes: “The fallacy in this business is that you're gonna retire off one or two deals.” - Ben Suttles“You have to get into a deal. That's how you learn in this business.” - Ben SuttlesResources mentioned:Feras MoussaBrad SumrokRobert Kiyosaki------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Call 832.264.8052 to reach out to Ben or get in touch with him on LinkedIn and Instagram. Check out Disrupt Equity if you want to generate a strong passive income from multifamily syndications. Guest email: email@example.com Connect with me:https://www.5tcre.com/FacebookLinkedInInstagramWatch 5T CRE on YouTubeLeave us a review and receive your free ebookEmail us --> firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/5Talents)
This meditation is intended to focus attention on the impermanence of feelings, either related to physical sensations or mental phenomena. Cultivating skillfulness in this practice facilitates the ability to realize the benefits suggested in the concept of paticca samuppada, typically translated as dependent origination, but also to be understood as contingent provisional emergence, the focus […]
Tune in to E.138 as we chat with Jesce Horton, founder and visionary behind LOWD, craft cannabis cultivation in Portland, Oregon. Jesce shares how he got started in the industry after being unhappy working a corporate job. He took a leap of faith using his passion for horticulture and began cultivating cannabis. Since then LOWD has become a leader in the cannabis industry in Oregon known for seeking the best genetics and growing them to their greatest potential. Jesce has also spent much of his time in the industry as an advocate co-founding The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA) committed to creating equal access and empowerment for cannabis business owners, patients, and communities affected by the war on drugs. In 2019 Jesce and his wife founded NuLeaf Project, a historic initiative financially seeded in part with the City of Portland. Today NuLeaf is committed to providing financial, education and entrepreneurial assistance to minority cannabis business owners. Check out the latest episode of L&L to learn more about LOWD and why this company has truly become a leader in cultivating craft cannabis. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-and-lucid/support
Hola Friend! In this episode of Pleasure Revolution, we honor the process of trust. I share with you: A grounding ritual + offering to The Divine, ancestors, and guides that are in the highest service of love Cultivating trust in the way of the ancestors (wayfinding) The process I learned during the creation of the 2nd annual World Pleasure Day (August 18th) How to experience the content from this year's WPD virtual celebration to live in the path of L.I.G.H.T. May You Savor your Body's Expression of Joy! --------------------------------------------------- Connect With Me: What's one takeaway that resonated with you? DM me on IG @onethreadcoaching "Llena" a Full Moon ritual that can be used to honor the shedding process of both the lunar and menstrual cycle. Release date October 15th, 2021, go to https://www.theonethread.com To experience "All of Me", transformational music and rituals to make every day sacred, go to https://www.theonethread.com Email - email@example.com Music + words by Ianne Celeste Rivera Copyright © 2021 One Thread. All Rights Reserved. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pleasurerevolution/support
In this episode of Unbought and Unbothered, Thesh holds space with Shani Hamilton. Shani is the CEO and Owner of the fashion brand "Grace & Black". We discuss her journey to self-actualization and how she used the power within to change the course of her life.
In this episode: (2:15) What sovereignty means (5:05) Having a healthy and fulfilling relationship (7:30) How does a woman coming into her own look like (9:51) Having power over your emotions (13:03) Making decisions from a grounded and powered place "One thing that I wish for every woman to be able to have is to that she can trust herself to know what's right for her" "When a woman is sovereign in herself she is not doing things to get approval or validation from others" Amy Pamensky is a speaker, mindset coach, and facilitator. She supports women to overcome their limiting beliefs and create unshakable confidence. After going through her own spiritual awakening, experiencing over 10 years of depression, and getting divorced at 27 years old, Amy has completely transformed her life to one of joy, success, and well-being. Her mission is to empower women to follow their intuition and create a life filled with passion, purpose, and joy. ------------------------ Let's Connect! Empowered and Embodied 6-month Journey: www.amynatalieco.com/empoweredandembodied Discover Your Confidence Course: www.amynatalieco.com/dycdigital Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Website: www.amynatalieco.com
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring longtime college coach, Bob Trott. Coach Trott discusses the importance of cultivating relationships throughout the coaching journey, discusses the evolution of recruiting in the college game, and gives advice on how to maintain professional development. Bob Trott is a former College and NFL coach where he most recently spent time as the Defensive Coordinator at East Carolina. His coaching career spans four decades, which includes 17 years at the FBS level and nine seasons in the NFL. Coach Trott has experienced action in 12 bowl games as either a player or coach. Coach Trott was also Defensive Coordinator and Safeties coach at James Madison for three years (2016-18) prior to accepting the Pirates' post. Coach Trott groomed seven FCS All-America selections, a national and CAA defensive player-of-the-year choice and 18 all-league picks while at JMU. Coach Trott's NFL experience includes defensive staff assignments with the New York Giants (1991-92), New England Patriots (1993-95) and Cleveland Browns (2005-08). In addition to JMU and Richmond, Coach Trott also served as defensive coordinator at Arkansas (1984-89), Clemson (1990), Duke (1996-01), Baylor (2002) and Louisiana-Monroe (2003-04). In 2017, Coach Trott received the FootballScoop.com FCS Coordinator-of-the-Year honors. [1:49] Start of Interview [2:49] Enjoying every spot in the coaching journey [4:43] Building the culture at Air Force [5:38] Cultivating relationships [13:06] Evolution of college recruiting [16:56] Adapting on the defensive side of the ball [20:43] Maintaining professional development [23:38] Protecting the game of football
Host: Robert Hatfield | Released Thursday, October 7, 2021 On this episode, David Dixon, the preacher for the Sixth Avenue church of Christ in Jasper, AL, offers four things to consider in order to cultivate a servant mentality within the congregation. Watch the Video We want to hear from you! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voicemail: […]
Host: Robert Hatfield | Released Thursday, October 7, 2021 On this episode, David Dixon, the preacher for the Sixth Avenue church of Christ in Jasper, AL, offers four things to consider in order to cultivate a servant mentality within the congregation. Watch the Video We want to hear from you! Email: email@example.com Voicemail: […]
Season 6, Episode 2. You know her from her TikToks about being a Canadian in Germany, but how did Hannah Teslin become this confident expat? When Hannah moved abroad in college, it was to study abroad in Cologne - but really, she was studying there to be near a guy she'd met while traveling who lived in Hamburg. It was all too easy to slip into his world, his friendships, his activities, to depend on him to organize the logistics of their life together. Somehow, she became less of herself. Now, years later, the relationship is over, but Hannah is absolutely thriving. She shares the story of how she rediscovered not only Hamburg and Germany but herself, becoming the happy, independent lady she is today. This episode is sponsored by Lingoda. Read more about their upcoming sprint on the sprint with the code EXPATCAST2 for 20€ off! FIND HANNAH On her website On Instagram @travelsbyteslin Her TikTok about Culture Shocks The season 5 interview with her, "TikTok, Glühwein, & Finding Independence in Hamburg" THE DATING ABROADCAST Subscribe on Spotify On Instagram @TheDatingAbroadcast REVIEW On Apple Podcasts On Podchaser On my website CONNECT theexpatcast.com Instagram @theexpatcast Twitter @theexpatcast
In today's episode we sat down and chatted with friend and legend in the breaking community, Joseph Corrales, also known as Dyno Rock. We talk about how Dyno was first exposed to breaking, who inspired him to learn about the history and style of breaking, and how he has immersed himself in the breaking community. In true Dyno form, he shouts out to all of his mentors and dancers who have inspired him. Dyno talks to us about his passion project, CypherSt8, we talk breaking as an artist vs. breaking as an athlete, and Dyno talks to us about the importance of teaching responsibly. Dyno talks to us about his current projects and we try out our new rapid fire questions!In this episode, we explore: 00:35 Introduction05:38 Dyno's breaking journey18:08 It takes a village21:13 CypherSt825:03 “Art-leticsm”41: 41 Critical Minds44:30 SD Imperials53:04 Rapid Fire 58:52 What's good in the dance community?1:02:37 Closing RemarksSpecial thanks to: -Jane Banares for creating our Co-Lab Podcast artwork Music by Sam Stan - Das Boo - https://thmatc.co/?l=997FC418Today's Guest: Follow Dyno Rock on Instagram Follow CypherS8 on InstagramFollow SD Imperials on InstagramCatch up on all the Co-Lab Podcast episodes here!The conversation continues over on Instagram and TikTokHave a guest suggestion or just want to say hello? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for exclusive updates and subscribe to our Newsletter
Meet Steve Steve is the founder of The Globally Conscious Leader & Dotcomjungle. His ability to absorb information about brands, strategies, and technologies, then impart their context and opportunities in simple language, has proved invaluable as a trusted advisor to owners & CEOs. His use of Spousal KPI is a humorous, effective way to help executives develop healthy lifestyles & thriving businesses. Dotcomjungle is his technology team supporting companies in making and implementing wise technology choices. Why do you talk about 'Spousal KPI' and 'River KPI', and why does it matter? I came across this because in my work as a trusted adviser with owners and executives of CPG companies, oftentimes the question is how do I measure effectiveness? I found that what's true is that the executives that end up getting to know me and that I work with, need someone like me, because they're lonely, frankly. They might have a set of managers inside their business or a Board of Directors, but they're still sitting alone at the top of that heap. When you're someone who's made something with your hands, and it's somewhere along the line said, "Gosh, if I sold these to people, I can make a lot of money," which is a lot of what manufacturing is the United States, you have an ownership responsibility and an emotional stake in the company than someone who's an executive of let's say North Face, doesn't have. So you go home every night to your spouse and you often take the emotions of that day with you. So with Spousal KPI, what I try to do is I say I want to meet your wife or I want to meet your husband, and we're going to go to dinner because I want them to know that if you're happy when you come home, that their life is going to be better and if that's what's true, then I've done my job. So the KPI is the key performance indicator and as I said, if you have a better relationship with your spouse because you're not bringing home all the crappy stuff that happened that day, and dumping it on their table, then I'm doing my job. The other one, the River KPIs, I happen to be a fisherman and I like standing in the river and I know when my businesses are going well, I spend more time in the river and I get better ideas when I'm standing in the river, and I come home refreshed and go to work refreshed. That's where those come from and I say it with a smile on my face, but they're very real because you change the lifestyle of the owner and you often change the culture and the lifestyle of all the people who work in the company as well. How do you go about discovering the underlying needs of your business and how do you turn that into actionable value? Well, this is more thinking along the lines of what my trusted advisership leads to which is often bringing in Dotcomjungle, which is my technology arm to understand the true challenges that are happening in a company. The first thing is you have to ask that question of what's going wrong with your business, or where do you think the struggles are? The main answer to that question is something that we like to call engaging your MBWA, which is different than an MBA, it's management by walking around. We work with a lot of manufacturers and as I said, they're usually salt-of-the-earth folks who invented something with their hands and 20 years later, they're the CEO of a $40 million company that's shipping to Home Depot and Cabela's. That management by walking around is something that a lot of executives kind of forget, and part of it is just the nature of a company. As you grow, you build up a team of people who are workers who do the stuff, they do the shipping, you got the janitor, you have somebody answering the phone, and eventually, you have managers, and then you have managers of managers. What gets left behind is that MBWA, and the typical example would be, let's say a company that is worth 120 million. They have an executive management team that includes the CMO, the CTO, the CFO, the President of Operations, maybe the shipping manager, the supply chain person, and the CEO, and lets they have a question like, we think we need to update our ERP. Well, the natural thing for those folks to do is say, Well, I have three people or two people working under me, and under those people, 18 people are doing the work so they think about it as a flagpole. I bet that I'm at the top of the flagpole so I'm going to move down the flagpole to the next person and I'm gonna say, let me know what we need for an ERP and then that next person is going to then talk to their 18 people and say, give us all the feedback of what you want. What gets lost is that no one's going and sitting next to those 18 people, walking up to them (this is the MBWA) and sitting next to them and watching them work for a day and saying, "Why did you do that? What did you expect to happen? What is it that you would rather have happened?" If you get into what some people call the five why's, you have to ask why five times before you get to the real answer. In a certain way, that answer answers the second half of the question like how do you turn those into actionable items? Because if you're on that executive board, and either you or someone you truly trust, maybe the person that reports to you goes down and talks to those 18 people, the actionable items become clear. You don't even have to know technology, or systems, or people if you know that you should ask why five times, because they'll tell you. So sometimes people look at what we do like it's magic and it's not. If you own a company, whether its manufacturer or not, you actually want to know what's going on, it's not trite to say, Go talk to the stakeholders who are actually using your systems and see what they're doing. Go hang out with the shipping team for a day, and help them. Go hang out with your sales team and watch what they do and ask them what their frustrations are. You won't get better answers from other people who are trying to ask those questions that you will if you ask them yourself, and you will create a better culture for your company if you do that. How do leadership, communication, and technology becoming HR issues (and vice versa) in most businesses? Everywhere I go, people love to do good work and if you give them good systems that measure the right things and allow them to succeed, they're going to be really happy working for you. It doesn't matter how much you pay them, to some extent. I don't mean to minimize how much someone should get paid, because we need to pay people well, but happiness matters, and a feeling of success is one of the most important things about happiness. So conversely, if you have systems and processes that people have to trudge through, and they don't feel successful, and especially if you give them sales goals that are incommensurate to the ability of the systems to support, and they feel like they can't hit their sales goals because they're hampered by technology, you're gonna have a bunch of unhappy people and it doesn't matter how much you pay. We all know people who left jobs for lower-paying positions somewhere where they just knew they'd be way happier. That's how technology becomes an HR issue and vice versa. Most companies look at HR, it's a department and the HR's job is to provide the legal framework to hire people, and fire people, and then they sit in their silo. But HR means human resources, and the humans don't stop existing once they've been hired and then start existing again when the HR has to deal with them and get rid of them if something crazy is going on like they're drinking on the job or just underperforming. True HR happens every single day, inside the culture of the company. The technology supports that, the goals of the company support that, the way people talk to each other supports that, so they're all interconnected. Can you share with our listeners one of your most successful or favorite networking experiences that you've had? Gosh, I've had a lot of painful moments too when it comes to networking. I am a naturally gregarious person, but I also have a lot of hesitations about networking, direct marketing, and meeting people that I have never met before. At the same time, in the last 30 years, what I've realized is that the relationships that I've built in the past and the ones I'm going to build in the future are really important. I've come to learn that I'm no longer afraid to cold call somebody if I have a real reason to cold call them. I don't really ever make cold calls, I make warm calls, and I and I do not have a traditional sales funnel. So when everybody out there is thinking about this, they might be thinking about, lead magnets and sales funnels and people getting warmed up, I don't do any of that. I come out of the outdoor industry and in the world of Patagonia, North Face, rock climbing, mountaineering, skiing, snowboarding, all that fun, active stuff. I was a fishing guide in my youth, I was a rock climbing and mountaineering instructor, I've been a hard goods buyer for outdoor stores, I've owned an outdoor store, I've worked with a ton of consumer products goods inside the outdoor industry and the some of the relationships that I have there go back 30 years. Some of the people who own the larger sales repping organizations in the Pacific Northwest used to be dirtbag rock climbers that I climbed with. We were sleeping in our tracks, not taking showers, and climbing 12 hours a day together back in 1992. I have learned through those relationships that there are a lot more people I don't know than I do know. One of the success stories I would say is part of my personality is what led me to form The Globally Conscious Leader. It's different than having a business like Dotcomjungle, like when I call somebody and say, "Hey, my name is Steve from Dotcomjungle," I wouldn't blame anybody if they held up the phone, because they don't know what that means. But when I call somebody and say, "This is Steve from the globally conscious leader," and there's somebody from the outdoor industry, which by its very nature, cares about global responsibility, cares about circular supply chain, circular economy thinking, cares about the longevity of the product, repairability of product, the right to repair as a legal concept, they're very likely to say, "Oh, that's interesting, what can I do for you?" The success is that it has given me a lot more confidence in just calling up someone. So recently, I had somebody recommended me. It was somebody I've known for about 30 years and all he said to the other person was, "You need to call Steve, he's legendary!" So I asked him, why he called me, and he said, Well, Mike said you were legendary," He said that he saw everything that I do and that he was lonely and needed somebody to talk to. So that was a situation where, like I said, because of the name, The Globally Conscious Leader, the person who's making the recommendation didn't even have to tell him why he should call me, and it turns out, there are maybe five different things that can help that person with. How do you stay in front of and best nurture your community? I'm always working on that and I think that changes a lot. Right now, I think for what I do, LinkedIn is a really great place for me to be. It's a good place where I can develop my persona, and I'm fortunate that my persona is just me and I don't have to pretend to be something else. The challenge is finding time to be myself. So part of what I'm learning is that if I could just be on phone calls with you and 50 other people every week, not only would I have more fun, I'd have a better Spousal KPI, I'd sleep better, and I make the connections I need that would not just bring me business, but I bring a lot of value to businesses and that's what brings me joy. So nurturing those relationships through LinkedIn and making connections via live chat and I grill people, I find out how long they've been married, how many kids they have, where they were born. We talk about a lot of stuff before we even talk about business. What advice would you offer the business professionals looking to grow their network? Two things: In a protective way, watch out for groups of social networks that aren't really going to service you. At the same time, you really have to be open to everyone who connects with you, because you don't really know until you get to know them, whether they're going to be helpful or not. Every time I get judgmental about somebody in a social network, especially LinkedIn because I get anywhere between two and 15 connection requests a day. If I get judgmental, and say, No, I usually find out later that that was somebody that I should have just said yes to. So I really do say yes to everyone on LinkedIn, that now connects to me and I've also learned that the more I do for other people, the more they do for me so I'd say, don't be afraid of communities of people who do similar things to you. They could bring you into a community and it'd be easy to look at that group of folks and say that there are all these people and none of them are my customers. Well, it turns out they all work with people that are my customers, and what I provide is so unique that those folks who are very likely to recommend me to their customers, as an adjunct to what they're doing. Likewise, speaking specifically about manufacturing as an example, if I want to talk to manufacturers, the best thing I could do is actually go to a manufacturers conference or get in touch with the manufacturing extension program which are in every state, because they're already talking to my customers all the time and they're looking for people like me who can educate their folks. In so doing, what I'm going to do is get those folks to know me, trust me, like me, and then they're going to give me a call. So take those networks seriously, and don't be afraid of them and support them, and eventually, they'll support you. If you could go back to your 20-year-old self, what would you tell yourself to do more or less of or differently with regards to your professional career? I think I would say don't be afraid to step out and start a business now. For those of us who've never started a business, whether it's consulting or another business, it can often seem like a scary thing. My wife kind of heckled me about this. Because once I started one, and I was all of a sudden starting more and more, and partnering with people and trying some things. So she was like, "Can you stop making business and just focus on the ones that you have?" Well, they're all interrelated and each one special! So I'd say Don't, don't be afraid to take that step and create a company, even if you have to work your company and your job to make it happen. That's that would be the advice I'd give myself. Do you have any final words of advice to offer our listeners with regards to growing and supporting your network? I like to say be fearless and be kind. Don't be afraid to reach out to people. You'd be surprised how many people actually will be receptive to you if you truly want to help. Connect with Steve: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevefrazierrice/ Phone #: 541-821-2733
Kourtney is a nutritionist that helps women identify the root causes of health struggles and show them how healing is possible. Through strategic nutrition and targeted supplementation, she empowers and educates those she works with so that they can reach their goals and find healing. Her compassionate and strategic approach brings custom solutions that help you succeed. Her years of experience in the field of health, combined with her knowledge and expertise, fuel her ability to help women get their health on track. In this episode we discuss: What it's like being a woman who wants to have a baby, but not right now Prepping the body for pregnancy In other ways than food & getting off the pill What to do if you're wanting to get off birth control Why we wouldn't recommend just getting off the pill & trying to conceive right away Building a relationship to self before a baby comes Into the picture Healing any Inner childhood wounds before conception How we can begin to trust our bodies The spiritual component to healing Kourtney's Instagram Kourtney's Website
What's the number one obstacle that I see when it comes to personal relationships? You guessed it, bad communication. That's why we revisit this subject so often, because it's something we have to continually work on. Cultivating healthy communication is a lot like gardening; no matter how much time and attention we invest in the garden of our communication, we'll always have to deal with the weeds that easily and frequently crop up. There are habits, or learned behaviors, that we all have that can get in the way of real communication. Simple things that you may not even realize you're doing can choke the information you're sending or receiving! On today's podcast, we'll dig into the garden and discuss three of the most common weeds that we find choking our communication with others.
It's time we came back to Earth, and I can think of no one better to get us grounded than this week's guest: author, spiritual guide, and Earth advocate, Dr. Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow. I was highly charged after devouring Erin's book, Grounded, which explores the interconnectedness between the natural world and humanity. We can see nature's history imprinted in the soil and how toxic expressions of masculinity (defined by Erin as patriarchy) rip through the natural Earth – which is an embodiment of the sacred feminine through Erin's lens. So how do we find roots when the soil is literally being ripped from under our feet? On the rational side of things, we can return to regenerative farming practices, start composting, and learn from our fungi friends. But things really get interesting when we dive into the spiritual, sacred potential in Earth and see how it relates to the divine feminine, and see how sex, soul, and soil are, in many ways, one and the same. 05:00 — The Return to Roots Working with soil, regenerative farming The role of fungi in the soil and why mushrooms are our allies Relating soil to feminine sexual energy Learning how to compost Regenerating earth and business 43:35 — Reframing Environmentalism What I learned after watching The Great Global Warming Swindle The creative life force of the universe and why we need to shift our relationship with Earth Getting caught up in environmentalism How colonization separated us from the land 01:04:18 — Plant Medicines to Reconnect with Nature The collective elevation of consciousness with medicine experiences The global renaissance happening right now 1:15:33 — The Way Out of Patriarchy The collective pain body The masculine expression of ego Conquering cultural marxism to come back to oneness The Goddess Archetype Immersing yourself in natural things 1:51:49 — Expansion Through Sexuality How an orgy pushed Erin to her edge and how she broke through Cultivating initiation skills Releasing shame around sexuality More about this episode. 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Allissa and Cal dig deep into the work that needs to be done to cultivate an unconditional positive regard for clients. Full show notes available at https://massagebusinessblueprint.com/e378-cultivating-unconditional-positive-regard-for-clients-w-cal-cates
In this episode of Technically Speaking, our host Harrison Wheeler talks to Jay Demetillo, lead designer at Grab in the Singapore team. Jay tells us about the differences he's found since moving to South East Asia almost four years ago, both in the social aspect of life as well as in the design scene and the workflow within companies. What can we learn about Asian design and what has Jay been bringing to the table? Join in and listen to how to navigate cultural differences and contribute to growing the UX community abroad. Jump straight into: (01:35) - Who is Jay Demetillo? His journey through the design world and his transition into the design scene in Singapore. (05:35) - Cultivating a bigger design scene in SouthEast Asia through events, podcasts, and clubs. (07:49) - Clubhouse vs. Spaces: The pros and cons of different audio platforms and how they've helped people connect during the pandemic. (13:30) - Working in South East Asia: The cultural differences in the product design process. (16:30) - Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: The participation of Asian Americans in high-level positions in the U.S. and managing a team on an Asian multicultural company. (24:59) - Working from 9 am to 9 pm, six days a week: How to find balance and wellness in a super hard-working culture. (27:30) - Jay's side hustle: Building a sustainable eco-friendly shoe company and the story behind it. (30:38) - A piece of advice for young designers: “There's always been a seat at the table. We just haven't sat down yet.” Episode Resources: Connect with Jay Demetillo through https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasondemetillo/?originalSubdomain=sg (LinkedIn), https://twitter.com/asianxjay (Twitter), andhttps://www.instagram.com/asianxjay/?hl=es ( Instagram). https://www.jasondemetillo.com/ (Jason Demetillo) https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Jane-Hyun/dp/0060731222 (Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling by Jane Hyun) Traces | https://podcasts.apple.com/hu/podcast/traces/id1524290205 (Apple Podcast) | https://open.spotify.com/show/29LXWjJOJoBmaEaMevtvi6 (Spotify) https://automattic.com/ (AUTOMATTIC) Support this podcast
The State Fair is an annual celebration of Missouri agriculture and related industries. Within that celebration, there is an ongoing mission to foster success in future farmers and industry leaders. One of the organizations that provides support for that mission is the Missouri State Fair Foundation. For this episode, Cliff Callis sits down with executive director Wendy Loges to learn about some of the youth events, programs, and advancements the Foundation organizes during the 11-day fair. The Missouri State Fair Foundation is a charitable non-profit, member-based organization that supports the Missouri State Fair in resource development and cultivating the future of agriculture through preservation, education, and improvements to the fairgrounds. As the Executive Director, Wendy is one of two full-time individuals that make up the Foundation staff and is part of a 9-member executive board. A majority of the foundation events and programs are made possible by hundreds of volunteers and membership partners. Tune in to this episode of OUTdrive to continue the “Live from the Fair” series, and find out why the Foundation is so much more than just the organization that sells water at the fair - it's crucial to the future success of the Missouri State Fair and Missouri agriculture. What you'll learn: The role of the Missouri State Fair Foundation and its mission, “Cultivating the Future of Agriculture” The tiers of Missouri State Fair Foundation membership and information on how to join Wendy's responsibilities as the executive director of the foundation during the fair and the rest of the year Examples of fair events and programs the foundation supports, including Read to Win, First-time Exhibitor Grants, No Limits Pig Show, Battle of the Barns, and others. Wendy's favorite moments from the 2021 fair and past years A recap of the Missouri Bicentennial Ice Cream Social event Why the foundation is crucial to the success of the Missouri State Fair and the future of Missouri agriculture The major connection Hall of Famer Satchel Paige had to the 2021 fair
In case you missed the big announcement last week, the Fire and Soul podcast made a radical shift to being devoted to cultivating courageous conversations and sovereign leadership in today's world.What does that *really* mean?Waking up from the matrix of deceit, tyranny, and coercion. Sharing resources.Being brave and bold AF to speak up for the truth I serve.And...Recognizing that not everyone lives in the exact same reality as you (or, me).We are more polarized and divided than ever.Which can easily lead to condescension and rage, regardless of where you stand.So I hopped on the mic and recorded a new episode of Fire and Soul in response to just that.Tune in and learn:What it means to be united in our polarity How we're all playing a role in keeping the illusion of division alive How sharing loud and proud can lead to discovering a new mission for yourself (did for me)Cultivating courage and compassion with ourselves and one anotherCredible resources from my own awakening that I still tune into todayPeople Mentioned in this Episode:Steve OlsherResources Mentioned in this Episode:Join Michelle on Telegram: https://t.me/theawakenedcollectiveThe Highwire with Del Bigtree: https://thehighwire.com/watchMercola by Dr. Joseph Mercola: https://www.mercola.comChildren's Health Defense with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: https://childrenshealthdefense.orgAubrey Marcus Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/327-living-your-mission-in-trying-times-w-erick-godsey/id521945322?i=1000536234660Plandemic by Mikki Willis: https://plandemicseries.comThe Model Health Show with Shawn Stevenson: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-model-health-show/id640246578Duck Duck Go search engine: https://duckduckgo.com/install See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fertility is a deeply personal story, told through our bodies and families. It requires experienced medical support and understanding. Dr. Hillary has faced and overcome infertility issues. She knows the ache and joy of the journey, and can expertly guide you through it, body, mind, and spirit. Dr. Hillary shares 30 years of clinical experience and friendship with her colleague Dr. Kara. They have spent decades building a bicoastal practice, focused on successfully building and creating families. This fuels the passion to optimize your reproductive health at every stage of life. They use research based, holistic treatments - built on science, while honoring and instructing your own intuition. Their mission is transforming your pregnancy hopes into fertile ground. The Cultivate Fertility Process is based on naturopathic wisdom gleaned through clinical practice, combined with continuous investigation of current data and research. They stay on the pulse of science, and in tune with your dreams. Find Dr. Hillary: https://www.instagram.com/cultivatefertility/?hl=en
Calling can seem like something that's mystical. Something that's given only to the special people. But calling is for all of us... if we can overcome feeling disqualified. Cheri and Amy discuss being used by God despite their failings and give practical practices that set us up to follow God into our assignments. (Also, find out what set Amy on an oppositional defiant path this week!)
In this message, Pastor John Lindell continues his teaching on the practical ways we can cultivate a spirit of wisdom and revelation. Our prayer is that this sermon reminds you that God wants to draw you close and speak about the situations and circumstances you face in life!
What does it look like to truly have deep intimacy with God? In this podcast, I share an excerpt from my teaching on how to actually cultivate an intimate relationship with God. It is so powerful when we get this foundational principle as the basis for everything else! Want to join Jenna on her first retreat? You can learn more and apply at https://www.heartscaping.co/retreat-with-jenna
Anna Brown joins me this week to talk about our theme in the Living Joyfully Network this month, Cultivating Trust. This has been such a valuable theme to explore because trust really is foundational to unschooling—I can't imagine unschooling thriving without trust! We begin by looking at how we can develop trust with our children, […]