Quality related to inquisitive thinking
Stethoscopes to Swaddles Podcast
In this episode, we delve into the transformative qualities that can enhance your parenting journey. Discover the power of curiosity in understanding your child's needs and interests, the importance of courage in setting boundaries and enforcing rules, and the profound impact of connection in building strong relationships with your children. Join us as we explore practical tips and strategies to cultivate these qualities in your parenting approach. Learn how curiosity can improve communication, foster understanding, and strengthen the parent-child bond. Uncover the courage needed to navigate parenting challenges, overcome fears, and promote healthy boundaries. Explore the transformative benefits of connection, including trust, open communication, and improved behavior. This episode will empower you with actionable insights to unlock the magic of parenting. From engaging in open-ended conversations and active listening to embracing vulnerability and practicing empathy, you'll gain valuable tools to deepen your connection with your children. Tune in, and embark on a transformative journey to become a more curious, courageous, and connected parent. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the magic of parenting and create a loving, nurturing environment where your children can thrive. Now Maps Jr NowMaps: A Tween's Guide to Learning About Your Thoughts, Navigating Big Emotions, and Being a Confident Kid
Week 5 of the Filters Series, on the Sermon on the Mount.Matthew 7:7-11
In this episode of the Late Learner podcast, Alison Hare, a former corporate executive talks about her journey to explore her relationship with God through a year-long program called Re:new, with her mentor Marilyn O'Neill. They host Father Dennis Dorner, a young Catholic priest in Atlanta, to help answer tough questions about faith, Christianity, and hypocrisy in the church. The episode also features a list of the top five most beautiful churches in the world ranked by travel experts.Timestamps[00:03:09] Catholic traditions and the environment.[00:04:55] Unexpected path to priesthood.[00:07:45] Marginalization within the Catholic Church.[00:13:45] What is faith? [00:15:11] Fear of God[00:18:51] Marginalization and pridefulness.[00:22:33] Love and Homelessness.[00:25:39] Helping the homeless.[00:29:42] What is a good Christian?[00:32:51] Caring for each other.[00:39:44] Identity and self-discovery.[00:40:52] Gender identity and faith.[00:44:11] Gender affirming care importance.[00:47:57] Inclusivity in church.[00:51:29] Cultural Clash at a School.[00:54:16] Diversity in Gathering.[00:57:47] Teaching in College.[01:01:25] Learning and growing older.[01:07:33] Meat-free Fridays and the environment.Are you a mother and ready for a new chapter? Book a free exploratory call here.LINKS and resources mentioned:Father Dennis on Late Learner Podcast- EP12; Catholic Priest Breaking Convention and Building on LoveEP55: Father Dennis Living with Intention in a Time of CrisisFather Dennis Dorner, Jr on IGCatholic Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionRe:New Mentorship through Buckhead ChurchThe Good STUFF (Surprisingly True Useful Fun Facts) Research Sources: #1: Top 5 Most Beautiful Churches in the World#2: Catholic tradition can help save our planetALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Dan considers top NBA Draft prospect Victor Wembanyama to be a curiosity more so than a future Hall of Fame player. And New York Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay stops by to weigh in on the current controversy surrounding Aaron Judge.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk about how integrating curiosity into our everyday being helps us lean into adventure, hope, and joy! If you're in need of a perspective shift or if you could just use some inspiration, this episode is for you! Let's go! Have a topic in mind you'd like me to cover? Email my team and make a request: email@example.com See a full list of all Live Boldly episodes at saraschultingkranz.com/podcasts *To stay in the know about future retreats with Sara: saraschultingkranz.com/sign-up Follow me: Instagram: @saraschultingkranz Facebook: Sara Schulting-Kranz Linkedin: saraschultingkranz.com/linkedin Work with Me: Retreats: saraschultingkranz.com/retreats Book a 1:1 session: saraschultingkranz.com/1-1 Book me for an event: saraschultingkranz.com/speaking-event Free Resources: 5 free meditations: saraschultingkranz.com/free-meditations
Do you know the difference between curiosity and nosiness? How do you feel about people being nosy? Are you nosy at times? Humans are born with curiosity. Through curiosity we learn, grow and evolve. In this episode Kathi and Daisy discuss this topic in depth and give insight how we can respond to humans who appear to be rather nosy than curios. Enjoy! Call for donation: This podcast is made possible by the generous contributions from listeners like you. As such, we urge you to continue your support so that we can remain on air. It is podcasts like ours that continues to help listeners around the world to better their lives. Thank you! We need your help with as little as $5 a month to continue serving humanity with free quality content that we have provided over the past 100+ episodes. Every little contribution helps us to serve our human family! https://baldandblonde.live/support-us Join our Telegram channel here for deeper discussions and live calls: https://t.me/baldandblonde Join our Facebook group here: www.facebook.com/groups/mindsetevolutionpodcast/ See our shorts on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/@baldandblondepodcast - Season 7 coming soon will have full video episodes! Link to get three free chapters of the best-selling book by Daisy Papp The Island Model https://baldandblonde.live/island-model-chapters/free-chapters Also, check out our Empowering Audio Programs™ and join thousands of others achieving outstanding results! https://baldandblonde.live/empower-audios For more resources or to contact us visit our website: https://baldandblonde.live To find a platform to listen on go here: https://linktr.ee/mindsetevolution --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/selfrecoding/support
This week, Jessimae discusses her tour to UCLA's Alzheimer's department, gushes more about Stamos being on the podcast, also the value of staying curious. Outro music "Breathe" by Tyler Labine , Adanac. CALL AND LEAVE US A VM TO BE PLAYED FOR THE POD: 513-916-0930 SUBMIT YOUR DR.P Qs: Every SUN on IG STORY: http://www.instagram.com/jessimaepelus Follow Jessimae: YT: https://found.ee/jessimae-youtube TOUR: https://found.ee/jessimaetour FAN CLUB: https://found.ee/JessimaePeluso-Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk
This week, I'm so excited to be in conversation with the inspiring Vasavi Kumar. Vasavi holds dual master's degrees in Special Education from Hofstra University and Social Work from Columbia University. She's the Former Co-Host of Studio 512, a lifestyle and entertainment morning show in Austin, TX. She was featured in The Wall Street Journal, FOX, VH1, and was a regular on NBC's Kansas City Live as the “Keepin' It Real Guru.” Vasavi pushed past the barriers of her youth and built her six-figure business as a Coach and Licensed Therapist. Her mission is to share everything—the good, bad, and ugly—in order to teach a more mindful, practical, and simple way of running every aspect of your life. Through her Say It Out Loud podcast, workshops, keynote talks, group programs, social media, and weekly email newsletters, Vasavi has taught thousands of entrepreneurs, creatives, and artists from all walks of life how to move through any situation—by saying it out loud. In this episode, we'll explore: What a childhood trip to India with her parents taught her about suffering at a very young age Normalizing conversations around mental health and how she approached her bipolar disorder with curiosity and compassion The way she connects the dots between mental health, entrepreneurship, and creativity Her new book, Say It Out Loud, and how it can help you learn to love yourself Her current favorites: Book: Conversations with God, Speaker: Lisa Nichols, and Podcast: The Brave Table with Dr. Neeta Bhushan More from Vasavi Join her book club and get her new book, Say It Out Loud Website: https://www.vasavikumar.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mynameisvasavi/ More from Tricia Elevate your impact with The Speaker Salon Video Series Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
This week on GET REAL Podcast...LAURA HUTFLESS!LAURA is a POWER PLAYER in the entertainment industry - working with the BIGGEST NAMES and TOP STARS. She is the co-founder of her entertainment marketing agency, FLYTEVU. She is also one of the most INSPIRING MOTHERS I know.IN THIS EPISODE, we talk:• Brand DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING• The importance of keeping your CURIOSITY keen• TRIUMPHING after TRAGEDY• Being a single adoptive mother to sweet Evelyn Hope• Finding YOUR avenues of JOYListen to my previous episode with Laura, HERE!Listen to LAURA HUTFLESS on GET REAL Podcast...NOW!Connect with LAURA:InstagramFlyteVuFlyteVu WebsiteSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We chop up a DEEP question that a listener sent in! Send in your voice memos to firstname.lastname@example.orgSeeing and feeling expansion. Creation - Maintenance - Destruction. The Universe is structured in us as it is in Nature. Consciousness is constantly going through expansion and contraction. Getting pushed into the wilderness. Where your greatest purpose in life is there will be fear. When you get involved with Nature; She nods back. Life is in a constant state of change. "How does God keep you sober"?The doomed nature of addiction/alcoholism. How we get sober does not make any sense. The disease of addiction/alcoholism does not make any sense. It is a walking riddle. If we suffer from something much greater than ourselves then our solution must also come from something much Greater. Flying the UFO with no answer. The function of the 12 steps. Contemplating something great. Opening yourself up to new knowledge. "Let he that be without sin cast the first stone". Curiosity helps you go inward. The Bhagavad Gita. Knowing your faults and continuing to practice them. When the pain gets great enough. Watching the ones you love go through pain. The story of the Gods are within us.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC93nT0ACHVfQGW5-BaLNZMQ https://www.instagram.com/fromthegravepodcast/https://fromthegraveco.com
Gemini Season, time to get curious, enjoy social activities, and connect the heart & mind in courageous ways. We are called to connect with our communication (Mercury in Gemini) and express ourselves ardently (Mars & Venus in Leo) along with check in with our spiritual practice (Saturn in Pisces RX) - Tune in for all the astrological guidance!www.RebeccaConran.comBook a one-on-One Soul Astrology SessionPurchase a personal recorded Astrology ForecastSupport this podcast via Patreon or make donations of any amount via Venmo @Rebecca-Conran Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex was crushing it early in his career, ending up on Wall Street after getting a combined JD/MBA. But after a few years, he went looking for his next mountain, aiming his ambition at the tech sector. He ended up co-founding LiveOak, a company he eventually sold in 2020. After that, he struggled to determine what was next and finally decided to walk away from more than a million dollars. Now he's embracing non-doing, reconnecting with his passions, and figuring out what's next.
Today, Debbie speaks with bestselling author Abigail Thomas whom Stephen King calls “the Emily Dickinson of memoirists."Her new memoir, titled "Still Life at Eighty," is a series of loosely connected essays on the topic of aging. But it's so much more than that. Abby, as she insisted that Debbie call her, is funny and frank and profane as she talks about the good and the bad of aging. Yes, there are aches and pains. No, she doesn't mind being old. In fact, she loves it. She no longer cares what people think of her and - just for the record - she is not afraid of death. As she puts it: "Please God, let there be no afterlife."In this conversation she and Debbie talk about her writing (Debbie finds it "transcendent"), her relationship to time and memories, her longterm friendship with literary agent Chuck Verrill (who died in early 2022), and why she loves working with clay.Abby is the daughter of renowned science writer Lewis Thomas, the mother of four children and a grandmother of 12. She is the bestselling author of several previous memoirs, including "A Three Dog Life" and "What Comes Next and How to Like It." She lives in Woodstock, NY with her dogs, where she writes and teaches writing. Mentioned in this episode or useful:Her website: Abigail ThomasStill Life at Eighty: The Next Interesting Thing by Abigail Thomas (Golden Notebook Press (February 28, 2023)What Comes Next and How to Like It: A Memoir by Abigail Thomas (Scribner; 2015)A Three Dog Life: A Memoir by Abigail Thomas (Mariner Books; 2006)The Next Interesting Thing from Abigail Thomas (Next Avenue, March 9, 2023)Hope? Ha Ha Ha Ha... - by Abigail Thomas (Oldster Magazine, May 3, 2023)Memoir is Exploration, So Keep Yourself Open: An Interview with Abigail Thomas (Brevity Blog, April 20, 2023)Chuck Verrill, Editor and Agent, RIP (Chuck Verrill (her literary agent) died in 2022)"STILL LIFE AT EIGHTY is a little jewel box of a book, full of epiphanies that are comforting and merciless in the gentlest possible way. Both a series of meditations and a user's manual about growing old, I was amazed by its clarity... Even the title, with its deliberate ambiguity, is a very cool thing." — Stephen KingPHOTO CREDIT: Jennifer Waddell Get the inside skinny on every episode of [B]OLDER:Subscribe to Debbie's newsletter for the inside story about every episode. You will also get her 34-page writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide. Request from Debbie:If you've been enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It really makes a difference in attracting new listeners. Connect with Debbie:debbieweil.com[B]OLDER podcastEmail: email@example.comBlog: Gap Year After SixtyFacebook: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilTwitter: @debbieweil Our Media Partners:CoGenerate (formerly Encore.org)MEA and with thanks to Chip ConleyNext For Me (former media partner and in memory of Jeff Tidwell) How to Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple PodcastsSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify Credits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
Jesse Griffiths is an Austin-based chef, author, hunter, and fisherman, and he's also the co-owner of Dai Due Butcher Shop & Supper Club and the New School of Traditional Cookery. Jesse's work has been featured everywhere from The New York Times to the Joe Rogan Experience, and he's a regular contributor to Steven Rinella's MeatEater. As an author, Jesse has received great praise for his two books, the James Beard Award-finalist cookbook, "Afield: A Chef's Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish," as well as his most recent title, "The Hog Book: A Chef's Guide to Hunting, Preparing, and Cooking Wild Pigs." - Born and raised in Denton, Texas, Jesse grew up obsessed with fishing– he loved catching the fish, but he also loved cooking and eating them. As a teenager, he started working in restaurants and became more and more interested in cooking– an interest that he pursued full-time after graduating from high school. Propelled by a deep curiosity and a desire to broaden his perspective, he would save up his money and then travel, studying food and cooking in a wide variety of cultures around the world. Eventually, Jesse combined all of his unique personal and professional experiences and opened his own restaurant, Dia Due, which features food that is “produced in a fair and equitable way, represent(s) local culinary traditions, and support(s) farmers and ranchers who are striving to improve the quality of our food.” - I've been a fan of Jesse's work for many years, so I was thrilled when we were introduced by a mutual friend. Over the course of our hour together, we covered a lot, include: Jesse's upbringing in Texas and his early days in cooking, the importance of international travel, the challenges of getting Dai Due off the ground, the importance of humility and curiosity, a deep dive into wild hogs in Texas, his approach to writing, Jesse's recent obsession with wild turkeys, and, of course, Jesse offers a ton of great book recommendations. - I loved this conversation and was blown away by Jesse's kindness and humility. I really appreciate his taking the time to chat with me, and I know you'll learn a lot from Jesse's fascinating life story. Enjoy! --- Dai Due New School of Traditional Cookery The Hog Book by Jesse Griffiths Afield by Jesse Griffiths Full episode notes and links: https://mountainandprairie.com/jesse-griffiths/ --- Join Ed for five days on Utah's Green River for his Freeflow Institute Course: PLACE, POWER, PURPOSE --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 3:15 - Jesse's upbringing 7:30 - How Jesse got involved in cooking 12:15 - When Jesse first left the USA 13:30 - The importance of international travel 16:45 - Jesse's mentors 24:15 - Getting Dai Due started 27:15 - How Jesse learned to be a manager 31:15 - The source of Jesse's humility 36:15 - Jesse's work with Texas wild hogs 50:15 - Jesse's ethos in writing 51:30 - Jesse's recent work with turkeys 1:01:15 - Jesse's book recommendations --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts
Transformed & Transformational
How can we foster curiosity in learners of all ages? Andrea Craddock of TeachBeyond School Services introduces us to the topic of holy curiosity and how we can integrate this into our classrooms and conversations. “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when one contemplates the mysteries of eternity... Never lose a holy curiosity." - Albert Einstein “Cultivating a Holy Curiosity through Social Studies” Article “Looking to the world around us, words are used like ‘madness' and ‘folly.' We see that if we can satisfy our curiosity through God's Word, we eventually end up in this place of transformation.” “We don't want to teach students what to think; we want to teach them how to think.” “It's a lot easier to create opportunities for the younger ones because they are so curious about life, whereas the older ones, for them it's really more about helping them find what they're curious about.” “When a student asks a question in the classroom, you don't just immediately give the answer.” “We want them to take what it is that they are learning in the classroom and be able to apply that to life.” “There's a lot of good that comes out of curiosity, and that's how we were made, so we want to be supporting that and fostering that.” What's changing our lives: Keane: Scooter walks Heather: Family reunion Andrea: Multi-generational Bible study Weekly Spotlight: Timothy Academy We'd love to hear from you! firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Website: https://teachbeyond.org/podcast Learn about TeachBeyond: https://teachbeyond.org/
The Intentional Mind ™ Podcast - Clarity, Motivation and Intentional Living Tips for Purpose-Driven Professionals
150: If you're curious about making a bold move or being more intentional about designing the life you want, listen up as Kristen Rocco, Content Marketing Strategist & Bold Moves thought leader interviews Ang about making bold moves and designing a career you love. We discuss: -How your less than ideal situation can be an amazing guide to the best path for you -How intentional communication and ENERGY alignment is KEY to designing the life/career you want -How to thrive through a negative work situation -Why you need to follow your curiousity and make some bold moves -What to do after you have an idea of what it is you want -How to find your people And so much more! Connect with Kristen at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristenrocco/ Listen to Kristen's Bold Moves Podcast at: https://open.spotify.com/episode/67K5BCIbYyADfRANv8JZbU?si=Jn5Yc8llQfGRMVKy9f8UNA If you're curious about coaching with Ang or have any questions, email her at email@example.com or connect with her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/angbarnard/ or IG @angbarnard
What if you could transform your life and rediscover your true passion? Join me, your host Wendy, as I chat with the inspiring Ana Tajder, an award-winning international journalist and author who went from a burned-out corporate employee to embracing her love for writing and creating the Thank You Mama podcast.Together, we'll explore Anna's incredible journey of self-reinvention and celebrate the extraordinary reinvention story of her mother, a celebrated film star who has continually evolved throughout her life.Tune in to hear:✅ How Ana had to have a breakdown in order to have a breakthrough and reimagine her life✅ Why we should trust our intuition to open up new opportunities for growth✅ How the universe aligned when Ana made the conscious decision to reinvent herself✅ Why having a supportive network of "guides on the side" is important in our reinvention journey✅ How Anna's passion for writing led her to create her captivating book, Viennese Sex and the City, and inspire women through storytelling.And so many other inspiring insights!As a special Mother's Day treat, we'll also honor the resilience, courage, and inspiration of Anna's mother, whose journey has been full of artistic evolution and self-discovery. From a teenage film star to a graphic designer to a filmmaker in her 60s, her story is sure to motivate you to embrace your own path of reinvention. So, grab a cup of tea (or glass of wine!), sit back, and join us for an episode that'll leave you feeling inspired and ready to chase what truly makes you happy. And please don't forget to share this love-filled episode with the amazing women in your life!Connect with Ana:Website/podcast: Thank you Mama PodcastInstagram: @anatajderFacebook: @Ana TajderTwitter @tajderLinkedIn: @anatajderMentioned in this episode:Embracing Fear and Reinventing Midlife: 3 Ways Life Lessons Helped Me Overcome FailureRecipe for Reinvention: Don't Go it Alone - How to Build Your Reinvention Dream Team!Old Chicks Know Sh*t Podcast******Please Share What You LovedYour feedback means everything to me! If you enjoyed this episode please rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Castbox or leave a comment at reinventionrebels.comReady to pursue your midlife and beyond dreams? Here's a simple and fun way to get started and kick uncertainty to the curb! Download my audio cheat sheet, 5 Questions to Spark Your Curiosity and Inspire Your Reinvention Journey. Let's get inspired together.
Do you ever feel like there's something more out there for your life but don't know how to get to it? Every day we face countless choices that can either take us down a path of adventure and fulfillment or a road to monotony. Most people tend to forego the former; they succumb to safety and security rather than allowing their curiosity to lead them down uncharted paths. It's an undeniable fact: following your curiosity leads to powerful and meaningful outcomes. In this episode, I discuss why you need to start following your curiosity and how to start trusting it. Episode Resources My Simple Productivity System For more go to: www.scottmlynch.com Join my free Discord group: Motivated Minds Want 24 exclusive bonus episodes/year that are ad-free + Q&A based? Subscribe here. Want to receive my weekly newsletter packed with actionable insights on how to master your mindset and optimize your happiness? Subscribe here. Our mind is our most powerful tool. It's time to start investing in it. Join 143 other students pre-enrolled in my academy. Follow me on social for more inspiration: Instagram Facebook TikTok Twitter YouTube Start setting goals and achieving them: Schedule a one-on-one session. Want to be featured in a future episode? Leave a review here (even one sentence helps)! Sponsors mentioned in this episode: HashDash Music by: Blaize Trulson Produced by Legacy Divisions. Past guests on The Motivated Mind include Chris Voss, Captain Sandy, Dr. Chris Palmer, Joey Thurman, Jason Harris, Koshin Paley Ellison, Rudy Mawer, Molly Fletcher, and Alan Stein, Jr.
Have you ever heard to phrase LESS is MORE? In today's episode I'm sharing a less is more posting strategy guaranteed to grab attention, peak interest, start conversations and generate more sales. I call this creating curiosity content. Let's stay connected OFF social media! Text the word PODCAST to 385-220-8658 or click here and text PODCAST https://my.community.com/jennypetersonAttention social media influencer, content creators, social sellers, I would LOVE to work with you! Click here to apply for the Yu Affiliate Program! http://yu.jennyleepeterson.comWant to try Yu products? Use discount code JENNYP at checkout to save! https://lddy.no/zgjhFOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow me on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/jenny_peterson/Follow Yu on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/beautifulyu.official/Follow me on YouTube here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv6JDQ0Kt_Sjum7DcqRyk7QFollow me on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/jenny.peterson.549My FB Business Page is BACK! https://www.facebook.com/jennypetersonstyle/Follow me on TikTok here https://www.tiktok.com/@jennypeterson5
The Power of Being You Podcast
Are you living your life trying to achieve or maintain an image, or are you creating a life you truly enjoy? In this world we are surrounded my images. Take a simple scroll through social media and it's hard to miss the fact that so many of us try to only show the “best” versions of ourselves. How much of what you choose in your life is because you are seeking to have more of that “ideal” image? But, is that ever truly being you? In this podcast episode our host, Sarah Grandinetti, and our amazing guest, Brendon Watt, dive deep into the journey of actual vulnerability. They extrapolate about the pursuit of creating, achieving and maintaining an image and the amount of rightness and avoidance that you must have in your life to have it in place. Warning: this conversation might fry your brain! What if you didn't have to hide what you truly desire? What if you didn't have to maintain an image? What would it be like to live a life of vulnerability and unapologetically being you? Take aways: - Start acknowledging where you are choosing an image of yourself and ask: what would it take to be more of me here? - Where else can you choose vulnerability in your life instead of having to be “right”?
Intentional Performers with Brian Levenson
Chris Voss has an extremely impressive resume and bio. He's used many years of experience in international crisis and high-stakes negotiations to develop a unique program that applies globally proven techniques to the business world through his company, which is called The Black Swan Group. Prior to 2008, Chris was the lead international kidnapping negotiator for the FBI, as well as the FBI's hostage negotiation representative for the National Security Council's hostage working group. During his career, he's also represented the US Government as an expert in kidnapping at two international conferences sponsored by the G8. Before becoming the FBI's lead international kidnapping negotiator, Chris served as the lead crisis negotiator for the New York City division of the FBI, and he really was in some precarious negotiations and he talks a lot about those experiences in his wonderful book, which is called Never Split the Difference, which has sold over two million copies. Chris was a member of the New York City joint terrorist task force for fourteen years; Chris has been in the weeds, in the trenches, fighting against some of the toughest, most difficult stuff that our country has faced. During his 24-year tenure, Chris has really experienced so many different situations. He's trained not just on the field and in the trenches, but he's also gone to Scotland Yard and Harvard Law School so he could learn more about negotiation. He's also been a teacher; he's taught business negotiation in MBA programs as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, and at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. In addition to that, he's gone all over the world to teach as a guest lecturer from places like Harvard University to the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and even to places like Germany to teach what he's learned along his journey and his experience. In today's conversation, Chris will talk about experiences as a negotiator, whether it's kidnapping or whether it's something in your business, and I even get into negotiation with my children. I think you'll find that he's definitely someone who's had applied experience, there's no question about that, but he also loves to read, he loves to listen to podcasts, he loves to learn from science and research; Chris is this amazing blend of authentic, real, street smart, coupled by a humility and a strong, strong desire to learn that I think you will connect with. I know you're going to learn from Chris, I certainly did. Chris had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “Nobody is going to be great at negotiation first thing in the morning” (8:30). “Mirroring works great with kids of all ages when you're trying to get them to talk” (8:50). “'No' makes people feel safe and secure” (9:20). “People are smarter when they're laughing and they're having a good time” (9:45). “Trying to get people to say ‘yes' is a bad idea” (11:10). “'Yes' is nothing without ‘how'” (14:15). “Open-ended questions are designed to create thinking, not to get an answer” (16:00). “Helping people get better. Helping people solve their problems. Helping people accelerate their lives. [That's what excites me].” (18:40). “What people don't say is as important as what they do say” (19:10). “Sniff out the people that are trying to cut your throat, trying to exploit your interests, and walk away” (21:10). “Best chance of success means you're not always going to be successful” (22:30). “When things go bad, you have two choices: you can grow, or you can quit” (22:35). “I don't think you really learn anything when you win” (24:20). “You can't read enough. You can't learn enough. You can't listen enough” (27:15). “High IQ people have trouble being good negotiators” (28:40). “Curiosity is a superpower” (29:45). “You're 31% smarter in a positive frame-of-mind” (29:55). “It's impossible to be curious and in a negative frame-of-mind at the same time” (30:05). “Empathy is really about demonstrating understanding” (35:45). “Empathy is not about liking or agreeing with the other side” (36:35). “Data improves design. We execute and learn constantly” (43:10). “Someone once asked me ‘Describe yourself in three words.” And my respond was “deeply flawed human” (45:05). “[Listening skills] are perishable” (45:45). “Compromise is lazy. Compromise is not collaborative” (46:55). “Don't let your ego get in the way of a better idea” (47:30). “Never be mean to somebody who can hurt you by doing nothing” (58:25). Additionally, you can purchase Chris's book, Never Split the Difference, anywhere books are sold. You can also find the website for the Black Swan Group here, where you can find a ton of information and also sign up for a free newsletter. Lastly, you can follow Chris on Instagram as well. Thank you so much to Chris for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.
This weeks guest is Rory Buck. Rory is a coach, an athlete, a husband and a very focussed human being. Who better to talk to about "The Right time." We pick Rory's brain on all things in and around this topic, in doing so we take a few right turns, a couple of lefts, maybe even some U turns but we cover some great points such as: Windows of time Awareness of now and whats coming Transformational coaching Curiosity in endurance sport Thanks to Rory for his insights and energy and thanks to you guys for taking the time to listen.Enjoy the show.Check out Rory's podcast herehttps://podcasts.apple.com/ae/podcast/building-a-life-worth-living-with-rory-buck/id1667209664
Scott Sullivan, the Discipleship Catalyst for the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, shares some of the observations he’s made about top...
Today's TLC: Life After Therapy
Have you ever found yourself comparing your life with others who might have a great marriage, lots of vacations, a fit body, or their dream job and you end up feeling a little jealous? It's an extremely common feeling, especially if you use social media. In today's episode, I walk you through why we have comparison jealousy and how to discover what these feelings are telling you about what you really want. Invitation: Ponder what feelings you are yearning for in your life that causes comparison jealousy. How can you create that feeling in your own life? What phase of the healing journey are you on and where do you go from here? Take the FREE QUIZ to find out. Want more light in your life? Each week I send "TLC Tuesday" with resources, insights, and simple steps to help you create a healing journey full of peace, hope, courage, and joy. Simply click SUBSCRIBE then watch your light grow! And follow me on Instagram HERE so you don't miss out on any of my content!
Human nature tends to be such that we want to figure out who we are, who “our people'' are, and then settle into whatever feels easiest and most familiar. What's more, psychologically speaking, our brains appear to be hard-wired to seek out people who look, think, behave, and even believe similarly to ourselves. But on the other side of that coin, an increasing number of people are discovering that an even deeper faith life has become possible by leaning into differences and even celebrating them. On this week's podcast, we talk about how enriching it has been to learn about - and share in - the faith traditions of others. Join us for a dialogue centered around the practice of nurturing our interspiritual friendships.NOTE: At The Contemplative Life, we take seriously our commitment to bring a quality experience to our podcast listeners. In today's podcast, you'll notice some moments where the audio has been affected by internet latency issues. We apologize and are working to resolve the issue for future podcasts. Thank you for your patience and understanding.Additional Resources:Book: The Guitar Grimoire by Adam Kadmon#Interspiritual #Interfaith #Teasdale #Tao #Curiosity #Spiritual #Compassion #DalaiLama #BrotherLawrenceSign up for our newsletter here: https://foundrysc.com/about/newsletter
After "gravitas" was brought up in many of Pete's recent workshops, he and Jen dig in to the meaning of the word and how it might be applied to leadership.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What does gravitas even mean, and is it something to aim for?If you are feeling stuck, what are some tools for getting unstuck?What are some qualities, in addition to gravitas, that might be useful for leaders? And how might those be cultivated?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Investor Coaching Show – Paul Winkler, Inc
Paul and Jim share an article called, “The 7 Virtues of Great Investors.” In today's financial climate, it's easy to believe that staying up to date on the news, on financial products, and on investment strategies is going to help you grow and improve as an investor. This recent article by Jason Zweig gets to a deeper truth: that personal growth and knowing yourself is the most important part of being a great investor. Part 1 of this two-part episode addresses the question, “Are you letting strangers do your thinking for you?” Listen along as these advisors share the first three virtues of successful investors: Curiosity, Skepticism, and Independence. Get a copy of our new book, Confident Financial Planning, at paulwinkler.com/book.
The Inner Circle with Carrie Doll
If you've ever struggled with feelings of worth and your confidence fluctuates from feeling like you're amazing to feeling inconsequential, especially as middle-aged women, this episode is for you. Guadalupe Hirt is here to talk through ageism, especially for women, and how that affects our sense of self as we get older. She opens up about her own struggles with it and what she's done to push against ageist narratives, educate people on why it's so harmful, and how we can all regain our sense of self-worth even in an ageist world. Subscribe to Guadalupe's Newsletter here:https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/dear-middlescent-6993597256197165056/Connect with Molly here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mollyatthisage/Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.mollysider.com/contact-usTranscription available at www.iamthisage.com
In this episode of Mr. Curiosity, Joe talks with his former student (sort of?) Earl Granville. You'll hear how Earl's life arc took him from Joe's detention class at Carbondale Area High School in the 1990s to boot camp at Ft. Benning with his twin brother Joe when 9/11 happened. Earl discusses his nine years in the Army National Guard as an Infantryman, with deployments to Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan, where he lost his left leg through to a roadside bomb while on patrol. STOP! Don't go feeling sorry for Earl! You'll hear about healthy ways to battle adversity through the positivity in his messaging, real-life solutions from his own experiences and participating as an inspiration and motivating force through psychical fitness challenges and marathons across the country. He may even bring out a concrete block tied to a chain to prove his point!? WHAT? Ears open... GO!
Snag your ticket to Hair Love Retreat before they're gone! Sign up for a FREE class with Tucker here! Apply for the Sacred Stylist Mastermind here. Join the Educator Empire Mastermind here. This week's episode is SO special. Elizabeth interviews the one and only J Ladner who stole our hearts at last year's Hair Love Retreat. J is a hairstylist, Chief Brand Ambassador for Oligo, Director of Education for Fast Foils. (and is obsessed with Giraffes!) They chat about awakening curiosity and choosing peace in their lives. They talk about what curiosity means, and how they have been curious is their lives and businesses and how that has made all of the difference in their overall success.
Friendship is a dynamic force that holds the capacity to mend some of the broken pieces of our stories. Today on the podcast, Hannah and Nicole sit down with writer, speaker, and mental health advocate, Chinae Alexander, to dig into the beauty and power of ‘chosen family'. As a content creator, Chinae shares a lot of her life with her online community, and together we discuss the nuances of this digital space in tandem with the nature of the community she has built with the deep personal friendships she has cultivated over the course of many years. We talk about the practice of presence, the concept of curiosity as a pathway to meaningful relationships, and how every moment shared together—from birth and death to our watershed moments and the simple, everyday mundane ones—carries the potential to move us from friendship to family. Full Show Notes Living Centered Program
The Sales Life with Marsh Buice
In this episode, I'll explore the dangers of overthinking and how it can lead to mediocrity in life. By allowing yourself to get stuck in a cycle of "what-ifs," you risk missing out on opportunities for growth and success.I'll discuss the importance of taking risks and embracing failure as a necessary part of the learning process. I'll also explore the role of faith and uncertainty in achieving your goals and stepping outside of your comfort zone to pursue your dreams. Stay tuned to the end for a self-reflective question to help you apply these principles to your own life. Who needs to hear this episode? Share it and help grow the show. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiNqFo05MJ6_yCu1vJ3rX4ALeave a quick rating and review for any platform: https://www.marshbuice.com/reviews/new/Coaching: https://www.marshbuice.com/p/the-sales-life-coaching-program/Share: https://www.marshbuice.com/episodes/See my daily stories: https://www.instagram.com/marshbuice/Learn how to embrace uncertainty, handle adversity, and never settle again using five skills (5 C's): Communication, curiosity, creativity, continuous learning & action, and productive confrontation. The Top 3% of podcasts in the world. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform and www.marshbuice.comRATE & REVIEW the show ❤️ https://www.marshbuice.com/reviews/new/Connect with me on Instagram @marshbuiceFREE content! www.marshbuice.comThe Marsh Buice Podcast YouTube Channel
If we're honest, we often take pleasure in judging others and our culture offers us plenty of opportunities to be judgmental. Sadly, even within our judgy culture, Christians are often known for being especially judgy. But in today's sermon, we'll see that Jesus calls his followers to be a lot less judgy and a lot more curious about the people around us. We'll learn why judginess is especially toxic for Christians, what we miss when we're being judgmental, and how we can be better. Join us as we continue our series, ‘Different.' Memory Verse: “Don't be conformed to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds so that you can figure out what God's will is—what is good and pleasing and mature.” - Romans 12:2 (CEB) Baptism/Renewal Interest Form: https://rb.gy/kdfnf Share: Know someone who needs this message right now? Send them the link! Connect: https://rb.gy/0gguyc Announcements: https://mailchi.mp/kindrednc.church/kindreds-latest-5-7-2023 Give: https://pushpay.com/g/kindredumc Prayer: https://rb.gy/xwmuok Kindred's Website: https://kindrednc.church/
Yes you too can fall in love with playing the piccolo! This week on Talking Flutes, Jean-Paul speaks with Egor Egorkin, the Principal Piccolo player of the Berliner Philharmonika. In this insightful episode, Egor speaks about the process of creating a balance of pitch and emotion, how practicing whistle tones can really help your piccolo practice, and the importance of finding the right colour in the intonation process. For Egor, being constantly curious with the piccolo and searching for new sounds, colours and feelings keeps him excited about the instrument. Talking Flutes and Talking Flutes Bitesize are podcast productions by the TJ flute company. For more information visit www.tjflutes.com
Shatter! by Rockwell Automation Women in the Field
Cultural curiosity refers specifically to the wonder, discovery and understanding of people from different cultural backgrounds in the ways they feel, think, communicate, behave and interact. Val Fontaine shares some of the incredible experiences she's had along the way - and around the world - because of her interest in different cultures.
Alison Zak is an author, yoga teacher, environmental educator and anthropologist, and in her self-written bio, she also adds, importantly, that she is an animal. Her new book Wild Asana launches June 27th and is a delightful mix of wildlife science, Hindu mythology, Eastern philosophy, and personal stories that help us draw connections between our bodies, our minds, and the animals that inspire our practices. As if writing and teaching doesn't keep her busy enough, Alison also founded the Human-Beaver Coexistence Fund, a nonprofit that educates the public about the benefits of coexisting with beavers and provides resources and address human-beaver conflict.Alison has a long history connecting with animals, and when her primate studies took her across the world to Indonesia, she learned firsthand how nuanced the relationship can be between humans and non-human animals, and she began to grasp the importance of deconditioning what we're taught through society—that humans are superior and that other animals are only worth saving if they provide value to us. Of course, if you take the time to learn about different animals, you realize that each species possesses remarkable traits and skills that are integral to the ecosystems they live in. And if you do want to look through the lens of value-to-humans, it can be argued that every animal provides value because we are all intricately connected within the cycles that create our planet, our food, water, air, and soil. This truth has been known since the beginning of time, and modern research continues to publish findings daily that remind us of our interconnectedness.Alison's creative outlets and offerings suggest powerful, yet incredibly simple ways that we can begin to connect with our fellow animals, not only to understand our true role in the greater interdependent ecosystem of the planet, but to also experience the often sought-after feelings of awe, wonder, and unity that we go looking for in spiritual practice, travel or relationship. In her new book, Wild Asana, she teaches people how to connect with and embody animals through the yoga poses that are named after them: scorpion, cobra, fish and downward-facing dog, to name a few. She uses the framework of the Three C's: Curiosity, Compassion, and Connection, suggesting that the last category of connection can be taken even deeper, practicing yoga with a capital Y, meaning union, and that if we can reach that state of union with another animal, there's no longer a question as to why this other being is important, because he or she is me. There's no separation.Come with us, into a wild and wonderful interview that will leave you feeling inspired to learn more about the animals you encounter in your everyday life or those you have a secret curiosity about. I guarantee that after listening, you'll want to go out into the world and experience it for the epic, magical place it is and remember that PLAY is one the most primal animal actions, shared by almost every species, certainly other animals like us in the mammal classification.Alison Zak WebsiteHuman-Beaver Coexistence FundSupport the showConnect with Feathered Pipe Ranch: FacebookInstagramSubscribe to our NewsletterCheck out 2023 Retreats
Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Unravel the evolutionary and neurological reasons behind our insatiable human curiosity and discover how cultivating this trait can lead to personal growth and success in this fascinating episode of Passion Struck. And in case you didn't already know it, John R. Miles (@John_R_Miles) takes your comments and questions for Momentum Friday right here every week! If you want him to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Momentum Friday episodes, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now let's dive in! Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/unlocking-the-power-of-curiosity/ What I Discuss About the Impact of Curiosity on Wellbeing and Happiness In this episode, I discuss the importance of curiosity for fostering creativity, wellbeing, and innovation. As I explain the psychological and neurological factors that drive our curiosity, including the role of dopamine, listeners gain a deeper understanding of the benefits that curiosity has on our lives. I highlight the role of curiosity in leadership, encouraging leaders to foster an environment of innovation and curiosity to drive success through better decision-making and employee engagement. By embracing our innate inquisitiveness, we unlock the potential within ourselves, allowing amplified imagination, aptitude for tackling complex issues. Have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us? Drop us a line at email@example.com! Connect with John on Twitter at @John_RMiles and on Instagram at @john_R_Miles. Prefer to watch this episode: https://youtu.be/Fh_WLArqNu0 Subscribe to our main YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles Subscribe to our YouTube Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@passionstruckclips Brought to you by Fabric. Go to Apply today in just 10 minutes at https://meetfabric.com/passion. Brought to you by Green Chef. Use code passionstruck60 to get $60 off, plus free shipping!” Brought to you by Indeed. Head to https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck, where you can receive a $75 credit to attract, interview, and hire in one place. Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Want to hear my best interviews from 2022? Check out episode 233 on intentional greatness and episode 234 on intentional behavior change. Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/
Kowabana: 'True' Japanese scary stories from around the internet
Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! Get exclusive Japanese horror merchandise and join the Discord! Another classic that's nearly two decades old now, a tale of curiosity and how sometimes it's better not to give in, as it may just change your life forever… (Part 1) BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod and CO.AG. Sound effects thanks to Free Sound and freeSFX. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Support Kowabana: 'True' Japanese scary stories from around the internet by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/kowabana
The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach
Why is change so hard? Maybe it's because we resist and judge it rather than embrace change with curiosity, honesty, and patience while being kind to ourselves along the way. In this week's episode, we'll explore different approaches like tracking progress and seeking support, to help you create meaningful and lasting lifestyle changes. Some of the key factors in creating change are self-awareness, honesty, and self-reflection so we can clearly see and understand our own actions or the lack of them. Listen now to hear more about: The significance of being honest without judgment and how to approach change with curiosity and explore the gap between what we think we're doing and what we're actually doing. Questioning the duration of consistent efforts…how long is "long enough" to see results? Creating time for yourself to track and evaluate factual information and gain a deeper understanding of your actions. Embracing curiosity and flexibility: the importance of making adjustments, exploring different methods, and giving yourself grace as you navigate the journey of lifestyle changes after breast cancer. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership