As a parent, you have every right to establish boundaries to protect yourself AND your teen. Adolescents are self-centered by nature, and if you don't set up boundaries safeguarding your time and emotions, they'll walk all over you! In today's episode, Mark Gregston and Wayne Shepherd talk about practical examples of boundaries and how you can implement them in your own home. Don't miss this great topic! For more insights on creating rules and boundaries, read Mark's article, "Getting No Respect from Your Teen?" at parentingtodaysteens.org/blog/teen-respect-for-parents/
Kristen & Jolenta respond to listener questions about Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl ― A Woman's Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship, by Sherry Argov. Join the By The Book Patreon Community! For $5 per month, you receive a new book summary, including all the rules we live by, each week. For $10 per month, you receive that PLUS a weekly affirmation podcast hosted by Jolenta and Kristen! Learn more at https://www.patreon.com/listentobythebookKristen and Jolenta's new book How to be Fine is available now [amazon.com].You can subscribe to Jolenta and Kristen's show, We Love You (And So Can You) on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts [podcasts.apple.com], or wherever you listen to podcasts.We love hearing from you! CALL us at 302-49B-OOKS. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet us @jolentag, @kristenmeinzer, or @bythebookpod.And if you haven't already, please join our By The Book Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/116407428966900/?source_id=475465442806687To get By the Book merch, head over to PodSwag.com: https://www.podswag.com/collections/by-the-bookCheck out Kristen's other podcasts! The Pursuit of Happier on Knowable https://knowable.fyi/courses/happiness [knowable.fyi]Innovation Uncovered https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/innovation-uncovered/id1516667844Movie Therapy with Rafer & Kristenhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movie-therapy-with-rafer-kristen/id1508455193
Another huge weekend of racing coming up with the Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington. We also preview great cards of racing at Rosehill and Morphettville in this week's SULTS SPECS. THE SULTAN'S SUPPER celebrates the Chicago Bull, Galileo and Sults fascination with The America's Cup. Furnishings Foot takes aim at some comfort products this week in PACK YA NAGS. Sults continues his love affair with The America's Cup. Jarrod joins us for UNIT OF THE WEEK as he attempts to raise some funds for https://www.saveahorse.org.au/ . As always we round out the show with our 2 UNITS, our best bets from around Australia. Segment Times: 01:15 - The Sultan's Supper 06:01 - Pack Ya Nags 10:00 - Footy's Fodder 16:30 - Sults' Specs 37:30 - UNIT of the Week 39:50 - 2 UNITS Outro Music: Fastball - The Way
Kristen & Jolenta live by Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl ― A Woman's Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship, by Sherry Argov. Can they learn to take charge in their relationships ― and how will the husbands react?Join the By The Book Patreon Community! For $5 per month, you receive a new book summary, including all the rules we live by, each week. For $10 per month, you receive that PLUS a weekly affirmation podcast hosted by Jolenta and Kristen! Learn more at https://www.patreon.com/listentobythebookKristen and Jolenta's new book How to be Fine is available now [amazon.com].You can subscribe to Jolenta and Kristen's show, We Love You (And So Can You) on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts [podcasts.apple.com], or wherever you listen to podcasts.We love hearing from you! CALL us at 302-49B-OOKS. Email us at email@example.com, or tweet us @jolentag, @kristenmeinzer, or @bythebookpod.And if you haven't already, please join our By The Book Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/116407428966900/?source_id=475465442806687To get By the Book merch, head over to PodSwag.com: https://www.podswag.com/collections/by-the-bookCheck out Kristen's other podcasts! The Pursuit of Happier on Knowable https://knowable.fyi/courses/happiness Innovation Uncovered https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/innovation-uncovered/id1516667844Movie Therapy with Rafer & Kristenhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movie-therapy-with-rafer-kristen/id1508455193
Regresamos a la banda norteamericana R.E.M. y al disco favorito de su cantante Michael Stipe: New Adventures in Hi-Fi, su décimo trabajo de estudio, lanzado en septiembre de 1996, siendo el último álbum que grabaron con el baterista Bill Berry. Ricardo Portman nos cuenta su historia track-by-track. Escucharemos How the West Was Won and Where It Got Us, The Wake-Up Bomb, New Test Leper, Undertow, E-Bow the Letter, Leave, Departure, Bittersweet Me, Be Mine, Binky the Doormat, Zither, So Fast, So Numb, Low Desert y Electrolite. Espacio patrocinado por varios oyentes anónimos… ¡GRACIAS! Si os gusta el programa podéis apoyar Ecos del Vinilo Radio siendo patrocinadores ¡por lo que vale un café al mes! desde el botón azul de iVoox. Recuerden que nuestros programas los pueden escuchar también en: Nuestra web https://ecosdelvinilo.com Radio M7 (Córdoba) lunes 18:00 y sábados 17:00. Radio Free Rock (Cartagena) viernes 18:00. Generación Radio (Medellín, Colombia) jueves y domingos 19:00 (hora Col.) Radio Hierbabuena (Lima, Perú) jueves 20:00 (hora Perú)
Dr. Puneet Chawla is a Life Guru, guiding and mentoring the followers to solve their life problems and make an easy living. He corrects the reasons for troublesome life by way of Vastu, Mantra and Tantra Mandalas. Being an intuitive personality he senses the negative energies, the reasons for problems and rarely predicts life decisions too. He is a Shiv and Shakti Sadhak and guides people through Shivpath. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ecom-live-vaastu/message
Julie Scott is full of inspiration today as she chats with Holly and infuses this episode with optimism in order to inspire others to to find new meaning and purpose so they can confidently make the rest of their life the *best* of their life". The energy in this episode will make you smile, develop your curiosity and have you nodding your head alongside. Listen as Holly and Julie discuss: How beliefs are really just divisions that we've made about ourselves and the world. The possibilities that can open up when we think about what we believe is what we then see in the world. Shifting the way we think about what is possible and how that results in seeing things differently and collecting fresh evidence. That 95% of what we worry about never happens and building confidence is about building trust with yourself. To find out all about Julie please head over to her website www.itsabouttimebaby.com where you will find her book mentioned in this episode and other satisfying resources in order to live your best life. To connect and find out more about Holly you can reach her at www.teachingyourselftolearn.com and we look forward to you tuning in to the next episode.
Everyone wants to jump out of bed when that alarm shouts, but dragging yourself out of bed doesn't always work! Kickstart your day with Chris Jaggs as he brings you the ‘Quote Of The Day' to give you the motivation and inspiration you need to help you on your way, seven days a week! Whether you're still yawning trying to make your morning coffee, bored at work or have a smelly armpit in your face on the train, this show is here to help refocus your day! So tune in, kick back, and enjoy the fun! Continue to be inspired with the motivation to help you ‘level up' every day! www.learndeveloplive.com
This can be a really hard line to walk sometimes. We feel like our husband needs our support through this, but we also feel like we are being mistreated because of his drinking and drinking behaviors. A lot of times women will draw a hard line in the sand on one side or the other, but that is not my stance on things. I believe you can remain compassionate (as we are called to be) without allowing yourself to be walked on. In this episode we will talk about some ways to manage both sides of this equation. ________________________ To become a part of the Secret Sisters Circle (my group for Christian wives of alcoholics) click right here. You can learn more about all of the Married to Addiction programs and free offerings at marriedtoaddiction.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marriedtoaddictionpodcast/support
S3E7: Should a Christian be a doormat? What did Jesus mean by "turning the other cheek"? Today we are going to breakdown how Christians should respond to people when they hurt or persecute them. Thanks for watching Episode 7 of Season 3!
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Recently I received an email from the grown son of some friends. It was insulting and mean-spirited and I'm told he routinely sends similar emails and/or verbally abuses his parents. I've only met the guy once and wouldn't know him if he walked up to me on the street. He obviously has issues with his parents and since he knows we are friends I suspect that he wrote because I am friends with them . . . https://www.wordsfortheday.com/index.php/2022/08/are-you-a-doormat/
Don't be a doormat, but do be someone who defers to others out of your love for Christ. Today Nat Crawford talks about trusting God, trusting each other, and trusting the outcome God desires as we submit to Him and the people around us. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastGuilt, loneliness, fear, anger – sometimes these emotions can be overwhelming! But God's Word promises us that “… in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us.” - Romans 8:37Finding hope in Jesus is the key, and that's what this month's spiritual resource packet is all about! 3 Win the Day Devotionals, plus our Spiritual Fitness Journal to help you grow stronger in your faith and overcome the things that hold you back!We're looking forward to sending this powerful spiritual fitness collection to you as a thank you for your ministry gift.
Let's face it...no one likes being disrespected. The feeling of being used and treated like a doormat is difficult to put into words, but when will you use your words and speak up for yourself? Once you invite the guest to step on your doormat and into your home, the more comfortable they will be with doing it over and over again. The good thing is that this can be reversed and fixed, but only if you acknowledge the disrespect yourself. Is every single person in your life truly treating you with respect? Are you really giving 50% and receiving 50% of effort in every friendship or relationship in your life? Don't be the doormat inviting disrespectful guests to step all over you and into your life; be the door that hits their ass on the way out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shelbybates/support
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The atmosphere between today's three guests is electric, and you'll laugh as much during this episode as you'll learn from it! Loren and Lindsey are the co-founders of Doormat DeCoir, and Alex is their marketing manager and social media ambassador (and their best friend). Did you know that there are 15 steps involved in making a Doormat DeCoir doormat? Yes, it's hard work (especially when you invent your own process as they did!). But if you have a door, you need a doormat, so you might as well make it a high-quality, customized one while you're at it. Tune in today to hear how Doormat DeCoir came into being, what sets the business apart from other doormat businesses, and the ups and downs that have come along with it! Key Points From This Episode: The guests each share their go-to karaoke songs (and John gives us a little rendition!).Loren's first entrepreneurial venture (in second grade) and the first business that Lindsey founded.The story of how Doormat DeCoir came into being.Factors that differentiate these doormats from other types of doormats.Why making doormats is hard work.Customize your own doormat!Doormat DeCoir size and price ranges.Some of the biggest orders that Doormat DeCoir has received.Environmentally friendly practices that Doormat DeCoir has introduced into their business.Where you can buy Doormat DeCoir products and the special they are currently running.How you can support Doormat DeCoir and what you'll get in return.Why Doormat DeCoir has so many repeat customers.Examples of phrases people request for their doormats.Doormat DeCoir's number one selling doormat. Tweetables: “What sets us apart is that we don't paint any of our doormats.” — Alex [0:13:09] “Doormat DeCoir went green!” — Lindsey [0:26:34] “People learn real quick after shopping with Doormat DeCoir that it's the perfect gift for any occasion.” — Loren [0:35:13] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Doormat DeCoir Doormat DeCoir on Instagram Doormat DeCoir on Facebook John Kelley on Instagram John Kelley on TikTok Beefy Marketing Beefy Marketing on Instagram Beefy Marketing on YouTube Beefy Marketing on Facebook https://www.podcastawards.com/app/signup Please nominate our show under 3 categories: People's Choice, Best Male Hosted and Best Business! We sure would appreciate it.
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There is a fine line between been kind and being too nice, between being someone cool or someone who let's everyone to clean their feets on yourself, in this episode you can find out if you are being a doormat person or just kind
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Self-management is synonymous with maturity, and maturity is born of responsibility. You cannot be mentally or emotionally healthy and resilient if you are not responsible. People with maturity understand a great truth, they understand that life can be difficult. In being able to accept this fact about life, mature people learn to handle life in all of its difficulties, not expecting it to be different. They have learned to accept that not everything in life is going to be their way, show up the way they thought it would, and nor will the world change on its axis to make them happier. Mature people know for any change to happen it has to come from within themselves, and this is where success or failure develops. The only way to live a more fulfilling, successful, and purpose-driven life is when the choice is made to fully develop and live the attitudes and principles of a matured person. Self-management or self-regulation can be defined as the ability to manage one's actions, thoughts, and feelings in flexible ways to get the desired results. Optimal self-regulation contributes to a sense of well-being, a sense of self-efficacy or confidence, and a sense of connectedness to others. In this episode, we cover the big topic of maturity as we unpack the concepts of self-management. With regards to maturing through self-management, I want to introduce you to a challenge placed by Aristotle in ‘The Nicomachean Ethics' that he wrote. It goes as such: ‘Anyone can become angry- that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way—this is not easy'… I trust this episode will take you another step closer to profound awareness and fuller potential! Listen. Practical episode outcome: develop self-management, understand boundaries and understand assertiveness. Calendly: https://calendly.com/ericakelechi (Book a 15-minute complimentary consultation) References 1. Cherniss, C. and Goleman, D., 2003. The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace. John Wiley & Sons. 2. Cloud, H. and Townsend.J., 2017. Boundaries: When to Say Yes, When to Say No to Take Control of Your life. 3rd ed. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 3. En.wikipedia.org.n.d. Self-Control. [online] Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/self-control[Accessed6 June 2022] 4. Goleman, D., 1996. Emotional Intelligence- Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. 1st ed. Bloomsbury Publishing. 5. Mindtools.com.n.d. How to Be Assertive: Asking for What You Want Firmly and Fairly. [online] Available at: https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/Assertiveness.htm 6. Psychology Today.n.d. Assertiveness. [online] Available at: https://www.psychologytoday.com/za/basics/assertiveness --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mary often is described as docile, which people tend to equate with being a doormat. But she certainly was not a doormat. Docility is completely different, and Mary is the perfect example. We should strive to imitate her in this regard. Listen as Marge gives five key facets of Mary's docility and explains how we can – and should – imitate them in our daily lives.
Sometimes we think that by being agreeable and not rocking the boat we are keeping people happy. But when you are turning away from yourself to please someone else, over time you die inside. In this podcast, Amy interviews Geeta Sidhu-Robb on how to get rid of the doormat for good, and step into your power so you can have a more fulfilling life and live life on purpose. Geeta learned the hard way by becoming homeless as a single mom how being a doormat is what landed her in that position. Since then, she has picked herself up, has created a massively successful company and now teaches women all over the world how to be healthy, claim their power, and keep it. Geeta is speaker, author, health pro, and so much more. For more info on Geeta, click HERE More Resources: Facebook Group Instagram Website --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thriveher/support
As a digital course and program creator with hundreds of people in my flagship program, Launchpad, and my digital courses combined, I have learnt a thing or two about the critical importance of setting boundaries over the past four years.For so long, I was a yes girl.I accommodated every client request, I ignored my own contract terms and conditions simply because I was asked to (or sometimes, low key threatened), I said “yes” to requests that meant saying “no” to family time, I made exceptions more than rules and - decision by decision - I became more and more frayed at the edges.Over time, I've had a number of mindset shifts that have helped me to not only start to more robustly set and maintain boundaries, but also to realise that doing so DOES NOT make you a bad person. In fact, it serves not only YOU but also your clients to do so because it creates clarity and fairness in all of your dealings.Here's what we cover: ✔️ You Can Be A Good Person, Without Being a Doormat ✔️ What You Allow, Will Continue ✔️ Setting Clear Boundaries is An Act of Service ✔️ Their Problems Aren't Your Problems ✔️ A Contract Is a Contract ✔️ You Can't Control Other People's Reactions---Want to create, launch and scale a flagship online course?Here's a few ways I can help you:1. Apply for My Free, Advanced Private Training on Scaling a Digital Course: Apply for our 12 month, high touch group coaching program Launchpad now and get an invite to the free advanced private training where I hand you my ENTIRE process for creating, launching and scaling a course along with all of the details for Launchpad over at https://www.steviesayssocial.com/launchpad2. DM Stevie on Insta: I'd LOVE to chat with you. Shoot through your Online Course questions or alternatively let's have a chat to see whether you think the Launchpad program could be a good fit for you: https://www.instagram.com/steviesayssocialFull show notes for this episode can be found athttps://steviesayssocial.com/144
Alyson Sue Campbell is a Recording Artist and Songwriter who composes (both music & lyrics) and produces, writes, and arranges original compositions and contributing lyrics and vocals for other artists. She works out of a range of studios including Paramount Recording in Los Angeles and Sound Emporium in Nashville and has had the opportunity to work with a range of top producers and engineers including Grammy Nominated recording engineer, Todd Bergman, and Grammy Nominated songwriter, Kevin McCall. She is on a mission to help brands unleash their inner rock star by gaining confidence in their work and helping them tell their brand story, showcase their visual and personal style, and learn her Inner Rock Star formula for rocking a boardroom or a stage - so they can have their mic drop moment. Alyson sees things in a cinematic way, propelling others in motion through creation and actualization. With more than 17 years working at global Omnicom agencies, she honed her PR, Marketing, and Advertising craft with clients in a range of industries and transformed her own journey as a lifelong musician from a young age to release her own solo music projects with today's top producers and artists. She has received a range of PR awards for her work as well as been featured in UPROXX Music, InStyle, New York Times, Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, The Pop Marketer Podcast, The Startup Life Live Show, and more. For more information: https://www.alysonsue.com/ About Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship” Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all. However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent.Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal! Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods. But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.” They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problem, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems!Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about SarahContact Sarah
In today's episode of It Get's Better Podcast with Lindsay Adkinson we discuss what are boundaries, how to set your own healthy boundaries, how to stop self-sabotage and identifying people-pleasing habits. I share my own personal stories of having no boundaries and how that played out in my life as well as how I learned to finally set boundaries and set myself free from being everyone's doormat. Boundaries are a big step to creating healthier relationships and friendships and also help you create a more positive, intentional, less-stressed everyday life.
In this episode, Kreed discusses the difference in language definition and perception as well as the importance of boundaries for both estranged parents AND estranged adult children. Show Notes: http://www.TheEstrangedHeart.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/estrangedmotherssupportgroup https://anchor.fm/theestrangedheart/support https://www.patreon.com/theestrangedheart --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theestrangedheart/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theestrangedheart/support
If you have been in business long, you might know EXACTLY what it feels like to become a Darling Doormat or a Disagreeable Dictator when it comes to your client interactions. Although you never started out intending to be either of those things, in an effort to “be nice” or get referrals, you've allowed clients to walk all over you and completely disregard your business rules (because you didn't enforce them). Or perhaps, in an effort to prevent being a doormat, you have become a Disagreeable Dictator, instituting multi-page contracts and showing up with a disgruntled and distrusting energy to nice clients who just want to pay you to photograph their families. All in an effort to ensure you are NEVER taken advantage of again. It should come as no surprise that neither of these options will get you to where you want to be in your portrait business, because, at the end of the day, these strategies don't serve your clients (or you) in the best possible way. Consider instead a third option—stepping into the role of the expert and becoming a Trusted Advisor to your clients. Your clients don't know the photography industry like you do. They don't know “how it works” or how YOU work. They just know they “need pictures.” And the only way to succeed in creating a profitable, sustainable portrait studio is to take full responsibility for every aspect of your business and guide your clients through the process with an expert hand. Join us for this week's episode, where Jessica and I discuss exactly how we've evolved becoming Trusted Advisors to our own portrait clients. Here's a glance at this episode… [02:05] Similarities and differences between what we're going through at ATJ Photography and what our Art of Selling Art students are experiencing in their businesses. [03:22] Characteristics of a “darling doormat.” [05:22] Discomfort that is likely to arise if you are not open with your clients about your costs and your offerings from the beginning. [08:36] How a “darling doormat” turns into a “disagreeable dictator,” and the characteristics of this type of photographer. [10:14] An example of what can happen when the traits of a “darling doormat” and a “disagreeable dictator” are combined in one photographer. [12:58] Why the “darling doormat” approach often results in unhappy clients. [15:04] How clients feel on the receiving end of the “disagreeable dictator” approach. [17:07] What it looks like when a photographer steps into the role of “the expert” (or “trusted advisor”). [21:56] Why you should drastically limit the number of images you show your clients. [28:09] The difference between dictating and guiding. [30:19] The realization which allowed me to move away from being a doormat. [34:34] Advice for dealing with clients who aren't happy with their photographs, using a recent experience of mine as an example. [43:12] Emotions that clients feel when we take responsibility for our work. [45:08] Where you can access the (free) booklet that we have created to help you have difficult conversations with your clients. [48:11] My favorite quote about success. Links and Resources:Download a Transcript Do The ReWorkWebsite | Instagram Allison Tyler JonesWebsite | Instagram | LinkedIn
It's that time of year again! You know #TheGoodDoctors love awards shows, and we love analyzing pop culture. Our worlds have again collided with this years' crop of Oscar nominations. Join us for our trademark wit and snark! Watch the original LIVE video here! Show Notes: Empathy Exercises: 1. Vincent Zhou 2. Harvard Sexual Harassment AND here AND here 3. Retired Pope Benedict XVI 4. Hijab Ban 5. Forced Arbitration 6. Kamila Valieva Main Topic: 1. https://abc.com/shows/oscars/news/nominations/oscar-nominations-2022-list 2. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/oscars-2022-hosts-regina-hall-amy-schumer-wanda-sykes-1235093264/ If you want to check out more of our content or if you think The Good Doctors could help your organization, click here for our link portal Or sign up for our monthly digest to get all the latest news Do you automatically say ‘yes' to everything people ask you to do without making sure you can, you know, actually do it? Are you constantly overcommitted and overwhelmed and under-rested? Me too, my friend, and it's been a constant practice over the last few years to change those behaviors. And I'll tell ya, I wish I'd had Jennifer Bassman's book Stop Being a Doormat when I started. It's clear, to the point, and is a great hybrid of a workbook and book, that allows for processing and committing to action steps. You can grab it at Amazon - that's Stop Being a Doormat by Jennifer Bassman.
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Rene Gutteridge has been writing professionally for twenty years, with diversified expertise in fiction, non-fiction, comedy sketches, novelizations, and screenwriting. She is the multi-genre author of 24 novels. Her indie film SKID won deadCenter's Best Oklahoma Feature in 2015, and in 2016 her novel My Life as a Doormat was adapted into the Hallmark movie Love's Complicated. She is co-director of WriterCon in Oklahoma City and is the head writer at Skit Guys Studios. She is co-writer on the feature film Family Camp, due out in theaters in Spring of 2022. Find out more at ReneGutteridge.com. What you will learn in this episode: How is offense showing up in our world currently Why it's important to point out offense when you're seeing it at the moment How to balance defending yourself without being offended Why you need to realize how unholy you are and gain humility to reduce offense What are the different ways that offense can manifest in your life How being hurt without being offended gives you the opportunity to reconcile Resources: Connect with Rene on her website:http://www.renegutteridge.com/ ( www.renegutteridge.com) Connect with Rene on Twitter:https://twitter.com/renegutteridge ( https://twitter.com/ReneGutteridg)e Connect with Rene on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ReneGutteridgeAuthor/ (: https://www.facebook.com/ReneGutteridgeAutho)r/ Connect with Rene on LinkedIhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/rene-gutteridge-a492805/ (n: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rene-gutteridge-a4928)05/ Additional Resources: https://www.amazon.com/Slaying-Onion-Unveil-highest-potential-ebook/dp/B094C6S7RZ/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1CQSDOLNATAJ7&dchild=1&keywords=april+ballestero+slaying+the+onion&qid=1624598750&sprefix=april+balleste%2Caps%2C199&sr=8-1 (Slaying the Onion Book ) https://www.onelightacademy.com/courses/slaying-the-onion (Buy Slaying the Onion Book here) and receive a signed copy, the course, and access to a community This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
Tom Tikka picked up the guitar at the tender age of six after hearing Paul Anka's “Lonely Boy” in his father's old Chevrolet. Soon afterwards, he began writing songs. Tom's infatuation with music only deepened after his aunt's husband Timo "Oippa" Oinonen introduced him to the concept of lead guitar and even more importantly to the music of such legendary groups as The Beatles and The Doors. Tikka formed almost as many groups as he disbanded in his late teens and early twenties. Yet, when he finally signed his first recording contract on his 21st birthday, it was a solo deal and not a band effort. He recorded a three-song EP for OlarinMusiikki, a small indie label in Espoo (Finland), under the alias of Tom Spark. Unfortunately, the EP disappeared as quickly as it was released. Consequently, Tikka found himself in square one, without a band or a record deal.Disappointed, Tom withdrew from music for a few years but began writing songs again once his brother Lappe Holopainen suggested that they form a songwriting team. Lappe had founded a group he was convinced would go far and he needed tunes for his new outfit. This group was Carmen Gray. Carmen Gray was signed to Sony/BMG in 2005 and during the next nine years, they went on to record three albums and one EP. The group's entire catalog (including such radio hits as “Lost In My Mind Again”, “Gates Of Loneliness” & “Life Can Be Beautiful”) was penned by Tom Tikka & LappeHolopainen.After Carmen Gray disbanded in 2013, Tikka formed his current group The Impersonators with poet Antti Autio. In 2017, The Impersonators signed with FBP, a German label based out of Frankfurt. Together with their producer Janne Saksa, the Josie Award-nominated The Impersonators have released tunes to rave reviews, considerable amount of radio attention and chart success. In April 2020, Tom began working with MTS Records and has since released three critically-acclaimed EPs, one album and seven iTunes hit singles, including the two #1 hits ”Doormat” and ”With Eyes Closed”.In 2021, Tom Tikka won an ISSA award for International Male Emerging Artist Of The Year. He was also awarded four Josie-Award nominations as well as a nomination in the prestigious Hollywood Music In Media Awards. You can check out the things Tom is up to by going to www.tomtikka.com
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You've been told you need to be “nicer,” but don't want to be a pushover. Sure, you know how to be “nice,” but you worry that it may backfire when it comes to how you lead your team and how it impacts your brand. In this episode, you'll learn strategies to help you be “nicer” without compromising your effectiveness or negatively impacting your leadership presence. Key Topics & Time Stamps: · What Does It Mean to “Be Nice” in Your Career? (0:40)· My Six SHOW UP Strategies (2:05)· Defining “Nice” (3:30)· Being Nice Doesn't Mean Being a Doormat (5:30)· Setting Boundaries Around You Being “Nice” (7:50)· “Niceness is an Essential Quality of Leadership…” by Fran Hauser (13:30)· People Pleasing (15:50)· Student Teaching and “Being Nice” (18:00)· Being Nice Isn't Enabling (20:40)· Being Nice and Your Brand (21:40)· Challenge - Focus on One Area to Be Nicer (27:25) List of Resources:· Your Mid-Career GPS – Four Steps to Figuring Out What's Next by John Neral· SHOW UP - Six Strategies to Lead a More Energetic and Impactful Career by John Neral Calls to Action: · Get your free Mid-Career GPS Resources that include a job search tracker and reflection questions at https://johnneral.com. · Join the “Your Mid-Career GPS Private Facebook Group” here and be part of a fantastic group of like-minded professionals navigating their career paths just like you. · Get notified when new podcast episodes drop. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts here or wherever you listen. And don't forget to rate and review to let me know what you are enjoying or learning. · Let's stay connected by following me on social. LinkedIn @johnneral, Instagram @johnneralcoaching, Facebook @johnneralcoaching, Twitter @john_neral.· Visit https://johnneral.com for more information.