Kellie Puxty, the Co-Founder and Director of One Community Pty Ltd, joins the podcast to share her thoughts on the importance of Allied Health Business Owners connecting more and networking with other providers. You'll also hear some valuable insights into how she maintains a healthy and fun team culture, including regular informal video catch-ups to chat and bond. Topics covered on connecting at events and creating a strong team culture: How Kellie stepped up One Community and turned it into a large entity, how the networking speed-dating-style events work, and her tips for Allied Health business owners on attending awards. What Kellie and her business partner are learning about being business owners, what she finds difficult, and her secrets to keeping the team culture alive. Resources Mentioned Join One Community to connect services and people. Australian Disability Service Conference and Awards (ADSCA) which is occurring on November 23, 2023. Connect with Kellie Puxty Visit Kellie's Website Follow Kellie on Instagram (@1.community) Connect with Kellie on Facebook Connect with Kellie on LinkedIn (Personal & One Community) Connect with Nacre Consulting: Join the Accelerator Mastermind Complete the Allied Health Biz Quiz Let's connect on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Let's connect on LinkedIn Join our Facebook Group online community More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show: The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession. The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more. As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds. All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Lead With that, Ren and Allison discuss the leadership lessons that we can glean from current societal conversations surrounding what being a “family” in the workplace really entails. As of late, many organizations have moved away from referring to employees as a family and have gravitated towards the concept of the “dream team,” or a more sports team-like structure. This change in jargon has seemingly led to positive organizational culture change as well, with Netflix being cited as a recent example of this. With the idea of being a well-rounded leader in the sports arena also showing up more in popular culture, like in Ted Lasso for instance, many of those in the workforce are fully embracing this this mindset and molding themselves and their leadership styles to fit it. While there are still many different opinions about the characteristics of a good leader, the conversation highlights from a leadership perspective what the true value of leadership that centers around building and managing teams may be and how this will affect organizational cultures moving forward. What to explore next: Build High-Performing Teams With Our Team Effectiveness Framework- https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/building-high-performing-teams-with-our-team-effectiveness-framework/ How to Lead a Collaborative Team - https://www.ccl.org/articles/leading-effectively-articles/how-to-lead-a-collaborative-team/ Related Solutions: Team Development – https://www.ccl.org/leadership-challenges/team-development/ Team Collaboration Training - https://www.ccl.org/leadership-solutions/leadership-topics/team-leader-training/ DAC Framework for Effective Leadership - https://www.ccl.org/leadership-solutions/leadership-topics/effective-leadership-dac-framework/ About the Center for Creative Leadership: Leadership is all we do. But our approach is distinct. We work with you to discover your priorities and customize our unique leadership solutions to best fit your needs. We create leaders who move their worlds. Our innovative solutions are steeped in extensive research and experience gained from tens of thousands of organizations, a million+ leaders at all levels, and leaders in more than 130 countries, across 6 continents. We deliver results that matter – sustained impact for you, your business and the world. www.ccl.org
11.17.23 Hour 11:00- We open up the show discussing last night's Ravens-Bengals game as Joe Burrow went down with an injury during the 1st half. We also discussed the officiating from last night, as it was a big story. 20:05- Ron Rivera was asked about his tenure in DC, and we discuss his answer here & how he should be judged. 32:35- We get the breaking news that Joe Burrow will be out for the rest of the season.
Topics Discussed:- What Makes a Solid Trade Show Booth- The Power of Engaging Salespeople- The Value of In-Person Meetings- The Importance of Email Marketing
I met with English comedian Francis Foster at the Battle of Ideas Festival in London, and we had a wonderful talk. We discussed the “cancel-culture” in comedy - and in general - and how being socially obligated to have an opinion affects the way we perceive ourselves and each other, in a bad way. Also a little bit on feminism and gender ideology comes up throughout our conversation. Francis' links: https://www.youtube.com/@triggerpod https://www.instagram.com/francisjfoster/ https://x.com/francisjfoster Andrew Gold links: http://YouTube.com/andrewgold1 http://instagram.com/andrewgold_ok http://twitter.com/andrewgold_ok https://andrewgold.locals.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jerome Powell's recent statements on Thursday ignite a debate on whether the Federal Reserve should slow down interest rate hikes, exploring the implications of their decisions over the last year. Jeremiah and Nic also cover Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) and the updates from Secure Act 2.0, effective in 2024, detailing which accounts require RMDs and how to avoid penalties. Additionally, they emphasize the opportune moment to increase payroll 401(k) contributions. Addressing millennials' financial concerns, including high credit card usage, substantial student loans, and a culture of spending, the hosts contemplate the viability of bonds as an investment. They discuss end-of-year financial moves, such as tax loss harvesting, and engage with listener questions. Watch, Subscribe, Ask! https://www.therealmoneypros.com Hosts: Jeremiah Bates, Financial Advisor Nic Daniels, BFA™, Financial Advisor ————————————————————— SPONSORS: Academy Mortgage: https://academymortgage.com/?lo=dave-perry&utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=show_sponsor Lively (HSAs and FSAs) https://livelyme.com/pro Ataraxis PEO https://ataraxispeo.com/offer Tree City Advisors of Apollon: https://www.treecityadvisors.com Apollon Wealth Management: https://apollonwealthmanagement.com/ Advisor Insurance Solutions: https://advisorinsurancesolutions.com/ —————————————————————
Suzi is on a walkout in Harlem in this episode. To see the full episode check her out on our YouTube Channel @cominghomewellmilitary. Suzi is in New York to attend a special event for Veteran Students at Cornell and Columbia Universities as one of the keynote speakers. Join Suzi as she strolls along engaging with the vibrant streets, supporting local businesses, and embracing the rich cultural experiences. Music credit to Kalvin Love for the podcast's theme song “Bee Your Best Self”Contact Suzi at email@example.com or (818) 470-2013 and share your story.suzilandolphi.comvetsandplayers.orgwildhorserescue.org Visit our webpage at cominghomewell.comInterested in sponsoring our podcasts email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on our socialsYouTube @cominghomewellmilitaryInstagram @cominghomewellorganizationFacebook at Coming Home WellLinkedIn at Coming Home WellTwitter @ComingHomeWellThank you for listening! Be sure to SHARE, LIKE and leave us a REVIEW!
In this second segment of Crafting Culture and Belonging, we revisit the microbrewery, Ferndale Project, with Dayne Bartscht to learn more about how their unexpected challenges set them up to discover their culture. At Kimball International, we know culture can make or break our sense of belonging. It's no wonder Ferndale's taproom redesign translated their values and 100% of employees reported they felt they could be themselves at work. But how do we translate the welcoming atmosphere of craft breweries to the workplace? We share the findings of our latest behavioral study conducted with Arigami as guest Ari Peralta ties belonging, culture, and furniture together through the lens of neuroscience. Turns out furniture has a lot to do with belonging!
This week: Ginger Hardage, Fmr SVP of Culture & Communications at Southwest Airlines/Founder of Unstoppable Cultures; Is ATC ready for the holiday season? JetBlue loses $153MM, is frozen out of AMS, and Spirit merger trial gets underway; SWA potential expansion in Dallas; Listener input: Sun Country, Scott Kirby & ULCC statements.
Gil's Arena Debates Heat Culture's Impact on LeBron James as they continue their discussion on King James' dominance with & without the Miami Heat and even get the perspective of former Miami Heat player and teammate of LeBron, Norris Cole. Other NBA Topics Include, Nikola Jokic's potential to average a triple double and became the most dominant big man in NBA History, Cam Thomas' sizzling start to the season for the Brooklyn Nets and a special moment for our very own Brandon Jennings as he releases his collaboration with Steph Curry. Remember to Like and Subscribe!! Sign up for Underdog Fantasy HERE with promo code GIL and get a $500 first deposit match: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-gil's-arena Gil's Arena premieres every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11:30am PT / 2:30pm ET. SUBSCRIBE: / @gilsarena APPAREL PARTNERS TUFF CROWD: https://www.tuffcrowd.com/ ADIDAS: https://www.adidas.com/us/agent-gil-restomod-basketball-shoes/ Gr8ness: https://www.gr8nss.store/ Order Rashad's Book Here - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CD9ZQ3HD?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 Chapters Intro 0:00:00 Show Start 0:02:40 Cam Thomas Can Carry The Nets 0:05:26 Tuff Crowd x Curry Brand 0:30:09 Norris Cole Enters Gils Arena 0:47:02 Norris Speaks on Heat Culture 1:04:04 True Definition of Heat Culture 1:11:04 Miami Wasn't Bron's 1st Choice 1:24:49 MJ's Impact on Sneakers & Hoops Culture 1:30:29 LeBron's Basketball IQ 1:42:45 Coach Spo's Incredible Coaching Abilities 1:50:23 Norris Cole's Experience Playing With The Heatles 1:56:04 Norris Cole on Lob to LeBron over Jason Terry 1:59:54 Norris Cole on Wemby 2:09:33 Better Hightop - BJ or Norris Cole 2:12:19 MostlyFans 2:15:24
Amanda is joined by Celeste Yvonne who is a recovery coach, mother and author of the book "Its not about the Wine" to discuss "mommy wine culture", becoming sober, being sober curious and the mental load of motherhood.Included in this episode:How did alcohol impact her parenting?Anxiety and drinking "Hangxiety" what is it and how did it effect Yvonne so deeply.How can someone get brave enough to say "I do not drink" and how to work through the societal pressures to drink alcohol.Mental load of motherhood - what is it and why is is causing mothers everywhere to numb out.Mommy Wine Culture - What is this? Why is is so prevalent now?Follow Celeste on IG @theultimatemomchallengePurchase her book: https://a.co/d/7mZn8vLDon't forget to check out SPATULA foods at www.spatulafoods.com and use code HONEST to get $40 off your first order!Follow Amanda on IG @amanda.gurman
How can leaders best navigate layoffs -- and rebuild for the future? Melbourne-based software firm Culture Amp recently conducted research on this question -- and then unexpectedly faced cuts of its own. CEO Didier Elzinga shares insights from the research and his applied experience, including common myths, surprising findings, and strategies his firm used to recalibrate and reprioritize. He also shared the tough realities leaders must keep in mind during times of change as well as his thoughts on how leaders can better protect healthy cultures at any time. He also shares his lessons learned from his previous career in visual effects - and how story telling insights from those days help him manage change as a leader today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mikey, Frankie, and Gianna talk green noise, phrases women say, tipping on Door Dash, being smarter in the shower, not driving on a first date, treat culture, and pairing Halloween candy with cheese. They also play Beat Shazam and debate whether it's okay to start decorating for Christmas or not.
In this special two-part episode of the Alternative Design podcast, we're taking a tour of the craft beer world, starting with my local brewery, Ferndale Project. Dayne Bartsch joins us as the Founder and Managing Partner of Ferndale Project to share how they intentionally built a symbiotic relationship with the local community, a concept that Colleen Myles, a political ecologist and beer geography expert, refers to as "fermented landscapes". We'll make some interesting connections between microbreweries and the workplace by exploring how the shared ideas of craft, community, and culture can elevate our sense of belonging. As we see an emerging trend of companies relocating to smaller mixed use environments, including the move to Fulton Market in our own industry, it begs an important question for the future of work. Could inviting the local community into the office experience amplify our sense of belonging? This is Episode 18: Crafting Culture and Belonging Part 1.Check out Colleen's author pages on The Conversation and Forbes.comHer WebsiteTo check out her book "Fermented Landscapes" click here.
I'm talking about the similarities between diet culture and anti-aging culture, and the importance of being more discerning of the messages we're taking in, as part of the Body Image Series. Show notes: summerinnanen.com/282 In this episode, we talk about: - How aging concerns spans generations, - The surprising stats on the growth of the anti-aging industry, - That they both stem from and profit off of oppressive systems, - How anti-aging upholds anti-fatness, sexism, classism, and ableism, - That once you're invested, you have to keep investing, - A question to ask yourself to bring awareness to where anti-aging is impacting your decisions, - Plus so much more! Get the shownotes: summerinnanen.com/282 Get the free 10-Day Body Confidence Makeover with 10 steps to feel better in your body at summerinnanen.com/freebies If you're a professional who has clients or students that struggle with body image, get the Body Image Coaching Roadmap for professionals at summerinnanen.com/roadmap
Jason Jong is the new manager of the city of Sacramento's Culture & Creative Economy, and on this week's episode, he shares his take on Sacramento's creative economy, and his vision for the future. He also shares some recommendations on how he thinks visitors and locals alike will enjoy checking out some of the myriad diverse cultural activities in the city.
In this episode, I continue my conversation with Gordon. We talk about money, power, his experience listening to a broad range of Rap music, his theory when it comes to the representation of the Black family on TV in the 60s & 70s and how this mirrored reality.To see photos of my guests, check out my Instagram page @pipsperspective
On today's episode, we delve into a two-part presentation from a recent Polaris/DSI crossover event held in Phoenix, AZ, titled "Scaling from Clinician to CEO". This enlightening presentation, titled "Culture & Alignment," was part of a larger dialogue aimed at bridging the gap between clinical practice and executive leadership within the dental profession. As we transition into the second segment, the conversation pivots towards the frameworks that underpin the Dental Success Company. What does it take to stand out as an exceptional leader or manager in today's competitive landscape? How should one navigate the waters of feedback, praise, and criticism? We also dissect the mechanics of executing special projects, right from inception to successful completion, offering insights on project management strategies that ensure objectives are met, and expectations are surpassed. If you haven't already, be sure to go back and listen to Part 1 of this presentation to fully grasp the context of today's discussion. Continue your journey of growth and learning by joining the Dental Success Network, where you can interact with like-minded professionals committed to evolving the dental industry: https://www.dentalsuccessnetwork.com EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
On today's episode, we delve into a two-part presentation from a recent Polaris/DSI crossover event held in Phoenix, AZ, titled "Scaling from Clinician to CEO". This enlightening presentation, titled "Culture & Alignment," was part of a larger dialogue aimed at bridging the gap between clinical practice and executive leadership within the dental profession. In the first segment of this presentation, the focus is channeled towards understanding workplace culture and the hidden costs that come with employee turnover. Our discussion segues into the exploration of the Four Futures: Mind, Meaning, Muscle, and Money, and how these elements intertwine in the professional realm. We also delve into the multifaceted roles a leader shoulders in a workplace setting, anchoring the discourse on the ethos of Dental Success Institute (DSI) leadership and how it's cultivating a paradigm shift in industry standards. Stay tuned for Part 2 of this presentation, releasing tomorrow, where we will delve deeper into the frameworks that guide the Dental Success Company and explore the traits of exceptional leaders and managers. In the meantime, join the Dental Success Network to engage with a community of forward-thinking dental professionals: https://www.dentalsuccessnetwork.com EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
Episode 3 is jam packed with quality conversation and a look at Creighton vs Nebraska ball. Josh is deeply entrenched in creating rich culture wherever he goes. He has a primary focus on the North Omaha area and desires to bring opportunity and culture to those who may be looked past and not have the same resources and others in town! He is boots on the ground doing quality work for real change! Dont miss out while the boys suck it up and talk about a team other than Nebraska.
Today on the Championship Mindset Podcast we speak Molly Grisham. Molly spent 18yrs as a teacher and coach at the college level. During that time, she realized that she was more interested in developing her players as people rather than manufacturing a particular outcome. Molly stepped away from coaching to start her own business where could focus on helping other thrive in athletics, academics and the corporate sector. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Molly Grisham.
Unlocking the Cannabis Industry's Secrets with Christine HogdonDive into the intriguing world of cannabis with Christine Hogdon, COO of Highway Cannabis, as she joins host Karson Humiston the CEO of Vangst. Discover the hidden secrets behind the high turnover rates in the cannabis industry. Gain insights into leadership, culture, and the journey of thriving amidst challenges.Produced by PodConx Karson Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/karson-humiston-64572b97/Vangst - https://vangst.com/Christine Hogdon -https://www.linkedin.com/in/chodgdon/Highway Cannabis - https://highwaycannabis.com/Sound Design by Jamie Humiston
Ever felt like a cog in the machine at work? Yearning for a "I can't believe it's not just a paycheck" experience? Sean Gulyas, Humanworks8's workplace culture maestro, is in the house to dial up the feels. This episode is not just another trendy convo; it's an action-packed guide to make your workplace feel more like a "belong-place!" What You'll Get: The secret sauce for creating a work environment that screams, “You matter, and so do your quirky coffee mugs!” The art of transforming company jargon into shared values and purpose everyone can groove to Sean's high-octane tips, stories, and ‘aha' moments that'll make you want to tattoo "belonging" on your forehead (okay, maybe not, but you get the drift! Hot Takeaways: Be the Change, Bro!—Culture isn't a company memo; it's a mindset. Leaders, this one's for you: model what you preach. Only then will your company feel more like a community than a cubicle farm. Heart of the Matter—Belonging isn't a boardroom strategy; it's a heart strategy. Take a hard look in the mirror, share your journey, and make 'emotional equity' your new favorite phrase. The Great Jar-scape!—Imagine your biases are in a jar. Spoiler: You can't read the label from inside. Hop out of that jar, toss it into the recycling bin of yesterday, and engage in real talk. It's high time for a culture cleanse! Don't just listen—live this episode. Ready to turn that company culture from "meh" to "YEAH"? Hit play NOW!
Andy Mowat spent his career building sales and marketing engines for world-beating companies such as Upwork, Box, and Culture Amp. Andy thinks deeply about how GTM motions are changing. And was most recently the co-founder and CEO of Gated which put a dent in the world of outbound. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uncharted1/support
What if you could transform the culture of your organization while also making a meaningful impact in the charity world? Join us as we unravel this compelling conversation with Rob Buffington, an industry expert in HOA management, and discover strategies to foster a healthy company culture that reverberates through the entire organization. Rob, who currently owns an accounting firm and a remote staffing company, has a unique approach to running successful companies while also being deeply invested in charity work.In today's episode, we plunge into the challenges of adult friendships, the dynamics of the housing market, and the importance of routine. Rob shares about his seamless transition from President to CEO and how he strategically places his leadership teams. He also reveals his vision for nonprofits; striving to provide resources that offer the same support as franchise-based models but without the cost. Above all, Rob is eager to leave a legacy that raises the standard of how charities are run. This conversation is rich in insights and strategies that will leave you inspired and equipped to make a positive change in your world. Support the showLooking for a way to Secure your mobile phone, and stop tech companies, network operators, and others from tracking your location, your identity, your personal communications, your identity, your internet activities, payments and more. Plans start at just $29.99 per month. Switch to 4Freedom Mobile and you won't ever have to worry about Big Tech or Big Brother tracking you through your mobile phone again. 4Freedom Mobile provides secure, unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data for just 29.99 a month, AND that includes free international roaming in over 200 countries. Sign-up for service now by visiting 4Freedom Mobile dot com and use code bridgebuilders to get your first month for only 9.99.
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Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social. He's joined by former Premier League players Michael Brown & Kevin Campbell and Aston Villa Women captain Rachel Corsie. With issues at Chelsea and Manchester United, the panel discuss talent vs culture – which is more important? Is Tottenham's James Maddison the most effective player in the Premier League right now? And is Mikel Arteta overthinking Arsenal's goalkeeper situation? 1:15 Talent vs culture – which is more important? 7:55 Which one is going wrong at Chelsea? 13:00 Is James Maddison the most effective player in the league? 20:25 Is Mikel Arteta overthinking things? 23:40 Arsenal's goalkeeping situation – is Ramsdale just not good enough? 34:00 Rachel Corsie on Aston Villa Women ahead of the WSL season
In the first hour of Chase and the Big Joe Show, Chase and Joe talk about the young demographic that is watching football. Chase mentions the Disney version of the London NFL game as ESPN is transforming the game and including a Toy Story mix to it all. Later in the hour, Chase and Joe discuss Mike Vrabel and if he is on the hotseat with the Titans. What do you think? Chase doesn't think it's the right move to do. WHat other quality head coaches are out there? Let us know. To end the hour, the great John McClain joins the show and shares news around the NFL. Plus he lets Chase and Big Joe's audience in on some news about a documentary currently being filmed in Houston about the Houston Oilers. Later in the conversation, Chase and Big Joe ask John about the Titans and the issues currently surrounding Mike Vrabel and the Titans. John McClain shares his thoughts on that whole situation. Listen to hear more.
This week in the leadership and communications section: building a feedback-driven culture, letting go of the reins, 25 hard-hitting lessons from 17 years in cybersecurity, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-321
Do you want to unlock greater productivity and enhance your overall well-being while working remotely? Wondering how you can achieve these desirable outcomes? Look no further! Our guest, Sharon Koifman, is here to reveal the ultimate solution that will help you accomplish these goals. Get ready to discover the keys to skyrocketing your efficiency and enjoying a more fulfilling remote work experience. About Sharon Koifman:Sharon is a remote management expert, an author of the Amazon best-selling book, "Surviving Remote Work," and President of DistantJob, a unique recruitment agency geared specifically for finding full-time remote employees who work from all over the world. He is excited to talk about retention to B2B and technology decision-makers, and most importantly, building trust in remote work. In this episode, Dean Newlund and Sharon Koifman discuss how to:Explore the keys to unlocking productivity while working from anywhere.Understand the pivotal role of supervisors in nurturing remote teams.Discover how to cultivate trust and a positive work culture, even from a distance.Delve into how differing personalities can flourish in a remote setting.Learn the significance of social involvement and maintaining work-life harmony even while working remotely. "To be truly productive in the long term, focus not only on productivity but also on the mental health of your employees. Remote work can be incredibly productive and fulfilling if done right, but it can also lead to a miserable experience if neglected.” — Sharon Koifman Surviving Remote Work: https://www.amazon.com/Surviving-Remote-Work-Sharon-Koifman/dp/1777402905 Connect with Sharon Koifman: Website URL: distantjob.comX (Twitter): https://twitter.com/KoifmanSharonLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/distantj/ Connect with Dean:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgqRK8GC8jBIFYPmECUCMkwWebsite: https://www.mfileadership.com/The Mission Statement E-Newsletter: https://www.mfileadership.com/blog/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deannewlund/X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/deannewlundFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MissionFacilitators/Email: email@example.comPhone: 1-800-926-7370 Show notes by Podcastologist: Hanz Jimuel Alvarez Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
At 38 years old, Gilly Lane has taken the college squash world by storm and has turned the University of Pennsylvania into a perennial National Championship contender. He joined the show this week to discuss his time playing number one on the ladder for four years at Penn 2 decades ago, his love and admiration for the school, entering the coaching world at a such young age, his recruiting process, how he builds strong team culture, the one compliment that means the most to him from a former player, and more. Fun chat this week with a quality guy and a staple of the college squash and US squash communities. Enjoy! For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on social media:Instagram: https://instagram.com/bragmanbreakdownpod?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bragman_breakdown?_t=8UTfP6R9XgM&_r=1
Mary Beth is back in the studio after two weeks away -- listen in as she and Joyce catch up, exploring everything from the evolution of technology to our personal experiences with streaming services, road trips, and health habits.This enlightening conversation spans across a multitude of topics. They talk about a family members who recently travelled to Jamaica, and offer unique perspectives on the stark contrast between resort and local cultures. They reflect on the simple pleasures of life, such as MB's love for Little Italy and the Italian culture, and they share humorous anecdotes from recent shopping adventures. There's also plenty of food for thought during a discussion about the benefits of intermittent fasting, the often overlooked aspects of women's health, and the importance of intention when taking plant medicines. Lastly, we'll navigate the maze of pet care during a vacation, touching on everything from pet medication to the power of a barking dog in the dark. We also shed light on our experiences in NYC and Little Italy, and delve into our fascination with cemeteries and their histories. So, if you're in the mood for a chat that's as diverse as it is engaging, come and join us for an episode that promises to enlighten and entertain.Learn More about Modern Yoga.Like us on Facebook.Follow us on InstagramOr Twitter.
This week, Candice sits down with Somatic Trauma Specialist, Magdalena Weinstein. Originally from Chile, Magdalena spent the first 17 years of her life living under the rule of an authoritarian dictatorship. In this episode, she shares about her childhood, her family life, and what motivated her to immigrate to the US in 2004. Magdalena speaks very candidly about the challenges of being in immigrant in America, and about time spent in a series of traumatizing and controlling environments - dictatorship in her formative years that stoked an early hunger for autonomy; years spent as an Iyengar yoga student and teacher striving for whitewashed dominion over her body; and a decade of investment in a coaching program where she experienced mind control and ongoing racial micro-aggressions. She generously shares each of these stories with us, poignantly illustrating what all of these seemingly unrelated experiences have in common. In 2019, Magdalena trained as a trauma specialist; and in the final third of the episode, she helps us to understand how trauma around control gets stored in the body, and what - both individually and collectively - we might be able to do about it. She describes the differences between control and personal agency, particularly when it comes to owning and choosing psychological and somatic states. Then, Magdalena calls on wellness practitioners to trade western idealism for a more realistic and collective approach to the growing challenges we now face as humans.Magdalena Weinstein, SEP (she, her) is a Somatic Trauma Specialist that offers trauma recovery interventions using Somatic Experiencing®, Touch Skills, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP), Parts Work and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy perspectives. Blending the fields of Somatics, Neurology and Social Justice, she is committed to helping individuals and groups transition towards personal, ancestral and collective trauma healing. Her specialties are developmental and complex trauma, C-PTSD, PTSD, chronic conditions, domestic violence and sexual assault trauma and social justice dynamics including racial trauma, immigration trauma and war trauma. Originally from Chile, she was born and raised in Dictatorship for her first 17 years of life and immigrated to USA in 2004.She lives in a rural home in Mendocino, Northern California (unceded Pomo Territory), with her husband, their two kids, dogs, cats and snakes. She has a private practice in her home studio, is an assistant at SE trainings and is a member of the DEI committee at Somatic Experiencing International. She is also finishing the first year of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training.Referenced In This Episode:Doppelganger: A Trip into the Mirror World, by Naomi KleinSapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, by Yuval Noah HarariSupport the showThe stories and opinions shared in this episode are based on personal experience and are not intended to malign any individual, group, or organization.Join The Deeper Pulse at Patreon for weekly bonus episodes + other exclusive bonus content. Follow The Deeper Pulse on IG @thedeeperpulse + @candiceschutter for more regular updates.
The 15 Point Plan is great for building a positive and energetic work culture. In this episode, Jillene Snell and Chad Hyams sit down with 15 Point Plan participant Leah Slocum, who shares how her team uses the plan to stay motivated and accountable. If you have a 15 Point Plan story to share, please contact Chad or Jillene on the Win Make Give Facebook group page. This episode covers the following: Making the plan part of daily work culture [2:26] The easiest points Leah earns [3:18] The most challenging points that Leah earns [3:46] Different ways to journal [4:12] Organizing and home improvements as hobbies [10:24] Researching travel destinations as a hobby [7:32] Achieving accountability within the team [8:38] Finding an accountability partner in the Win Make Give Facebook group [10:45] Getting out of a rut and refocusing on the plan [11:09] Feeling accomplished by earning 13 points [12:25] Maintaining personal and team consistency [13:55] Resources mentioned in this episode: 15 Point Plan: https://WinMakeGive.com/15-point-plan/ The 5G's of Journaling: https://apple.co/439GipC A PLACE for Wellness Facebook Group (formerly 15 Point Plan for Life): https://www.facebook.com/groups/1223642158083444 Learn about the co-hosts: Jillene Snell: https://www.instagram.com/jillenemay/ Chad Hyams: https://ChadHyams.com/ Ben Kinney: https://www.BenKinney.com/ Book one of our co-hosts for your next event: https://WinMakeGive.com/speakers/ More ways to connect: Explore the Win Make Give Podcast Network: https://WinMakeGive.com/ Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://WinMakeGive.com/sign-up ------ Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
Adam & Dr. Drew welcome comedian Chrissie Mayr to the show where she shares her recent cancel culture experiences, and why some videos of her went viral. Adam recalls a trip to Catalina Island and an experience there he found frustrating along with some Democratic politicians that particularly sparked Adam's ire. Please Support Our Sponsors: ForThePeople.com/Adam or #LAW (#529) Angi.com
Today we have a truly remarkable guest, Jameela Jamil, who is not only a talented actress but also a passionate advocate for self-love, body positivity, and mental health. Stay tuned for this powerful conversation on finding self-love and how to channel your own voice to be a force for positive change in the world!In 2018, Jameela launched a movement and allyship platform called I Weigh—a platform and community of change makers who come together to share ideas, experiences and ultimately mobilize activism; exploring social issues that stem from mental health to climate change to the representation of marginalized groups. http://iweighcommunity.com/In this episode you will learn,The key principles behind cultivating self-love and body positivity, as Jameela Jamil shares her personal journey and insights.Effective strategies for harnessing your own voice and using it as a powerful tool for promoting positive change in your life and the world.Valuable insights into the importance of mental health and how to prioritize it in your daily life, drawing inspiration from Jameela's advocacy.The role of authenticity in personal growth and learn how embracing your true self can lead to a more fulfilling and purpose-driven life.Real-life stories and experiences from Jameela Jamil that illustrate the transformative power of self-love and self-acceptance, inspiring you to embark on your own journey towards self-discovery and empowerment.For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1499For more Greatness text PODCAST to +1 (614) 350-3960More SOG episodes on Radical Self Love & Acceptance:Jason Derulo – https://link.chtbl.com/1460-podKaramo Brown – https://link.chtbl.com/1457-podPokimane – https://link.chtbl.com/1443-pod