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The Savvy Sauce
Top Ten from 2021: #10 Discovering God's Design for Romance with Sharon Jaynes

The Savvy Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 40:03


*Disclaimer* This episode includes mature content and is not intended for children.   Top Ten from 2021: #10 Discovering God's Design for Romance with Sharon Jaynes   Song of Solomon 5:16 (AMP) “His mouth is full of sweetness; Yes, he is altogether lovely and desirable. This is my beloved and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem."   Questions and Topics We Discuss: What did you discover through your research in Song of Solomon? From Song of Solomon, what did you learn about female desire that is potentially different from our typical cultural assumptions? How can we remain lovestruck in our marriages?   Sharon Jaynes is a conference speaker and the author of twenty-five books. She served as vice president and radio cohost of Proverbs 31 Ministries for ten years and currently writes for their online devotions. Sharon is cofounder of Girlfriends in God, which strives to cross generational, racial, and denominational boundaries to bring the body of Christ together as believers. She and her husband live in Weddington, North Carolina.   Connect with Sharon on Facebook, Instagram, or Her Website   At The Savvy Sauce, we will only recommend resources we believe in! We also want you to be aware: We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.    Lovestruck by Sharon Jaynes   Other Episodes About Sexual Intimacy in Marriage: 4 Fostering a Fun, Healthy Sex Life With Your Spouse With Certified Sex Therapist and Author, Dr. Jennifer Konzen 5 Ways To Deepen Your Intimacy In Marriage With Certified Sex Therapist and Author, Dr. Douglas Rosenau 6 Ten Common Questions About Sex, Shared Through a Biblical Worldview With Certified Sex Therapist and Pastor, Dr. Michael Sytsma 7 Easy Changes to Enhance Your Sexual Intimacy in Marriage With Christian Sex Therapist Pioneers, Dr. Clifford and Joyce Penner 8 Hope for Treating Pelvic Pain With Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Specialist, Tracey LeGrand 30 Treatment for Sexual Issues with Certified Sex Therapist, Emma Schmidt 34 Talking With Your Kids About Sex with Brian and Alison Sutter 39 Natural Aphrodisiacs in Marriage with Certified Sex Therapist, Dr. Douglas Rosenau 45 Healthy Sexuality, Emotional Intelligence, and Parenting Children with Autism with Counselor, Lauren Dack 49 Pain and Joy in Sexual Intimacy with Psychologist and Certified Sex Therapist, Dr. Jessica McCleese 56 Enjoying a God-Honoring, Healthy Sex Life with Your Spouse with Certified Sex Therapist and Ordained Minister, Dr. Michael Sytsma 63 Maximizing Sexual Intimacy During the 3 Most Challenging Seasons in Marriage with Christian Sex Therapist Pioneers, Dr. Clifford and Joyce Penner 76 Conflict Resolution, Infidelity, and Infertility with Licensed Psychologist and Certified Sex Therapist, Dr. Jessica McCleese 80 Hormones and Body Image with Vickie George 89 Passion Pursuit with Dr. Juli Slattery 94 Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, and Treatments with Dr. Irwin Goldstein 95 Bonus Episode: Female Orgasm with Sue Goldstein 101 Turn Ons, Turn Offs, and Savoring Sex in Marriage with Dr. Jennifer Konzen 104 Sexual Desire Discrepancy in Marriage with Dr. Michael Sytsma 106 Answering Listeners Questions about Sex with Kelli Willard 108 Anatomy of an Affair with Dave Carder   Thank You to Our Sponsor: WinShape Marriage   Connect with The Savvy Sauce on Facebook or Instagram or Our Website   Please help us out by sharing this episode with a friend, leaving a 5-star rating and review, and subscribing to this podcast!   Also, check out our Patreon Page to find out how to gain access to additional podcasts and goodies!   Gospel Scripture: (all NIV)   Romans 3:23 “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,”   Romans 3:24 “and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.”   Romans 3:25 (a) “God presented him as a sacrifice of atonement, through faith in his blood.”    Hebrews 9:22 (b) “without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.”    Romans 5:8 “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”    Romans 5:11 “Not only is this so, but we also rejoice in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received reconciliation.”    John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”   Romans 10:9 “That if you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”    Luke 15:10 says “In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.”   Romans 8:1 “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus”   Ephesians 1:13–14 “And you also were included in Christ when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation. Having believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God's possession- to the praise of his glory.”   Ephesians 1:15–23 “For this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all the saints, I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers. I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints, and his incomparably great power for us who believe. That power is like the working of his mighty strength, which he exerted in Christ when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly realms, far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every title that can be given, not only in the present age but also in the one to come. And God placed all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who fills everything in every way.”   Ephesians 2:8–10 “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God – not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God‘s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.“   Ephesians 2:13 “But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near through the blood of Christ.“   Philippians 1:6 “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast
Talk Therapy: Burnout Exposed - Emotional Exhaustion

Real Talk with Rachael Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 11:05


We are in a series all about burnout. I interviewed author and therapist Dr. Amy O'Hana about this topic, and am using her book for this series called “Beyond Burnout: What to Do When Your Work Isn't Working for You.” This week we are diving into emotional exhaustion. Dr. O'Hana says, “Once a loving and compassionate person, you are now devoid of feeling. When you experience emotional exhaustion, you can become cynical and sarcastic. This style of relating and communication becomes a coping mechanism to protect your heart from holding more pain than it was intended to hold.” Today, I want to discuss E.I., which stands for Emotional Intelligence. High E.I. means you can: Recognize your feelings and communicate them to others in the moment Manage your intense emotions Pay attention to the emotions of others Understand the emotional climate of a meeting, workplace, or environment and manage it appropriately De-escalate situations that are emotionally out of control If you don't feel you have a high EI, you are not alone. But the good news is that EI is not something you are born with; rather, it can be developed! Here are a few tips Dr. O'Hana shares to help develop emotional intelligence: Learn the names of emotions and begin to name them in your own experience, such as “I feel disappointed.” I like to use an emotion wheel for this. When experiencing intense emotions, such as anger or fear, practice a time out. Find a place to be alone and take deep breaths until you can communicate your emotions respectfully and safely. Practice identifying and reflecting other people's emotions. If a situation feels tense, try to identify how people are feeling and then respond to that feeling rather than to their behavior. Now, let's pause to process: How is your emotional intelligence? Rate it on a scale of 1-10, God, what are you saying to me today about turning on my emotions? Resource mentioned: Beyond Burnout: What to Do When Your Work Isn't Working for You Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook

Becoming Your Highest Self
The Locker of Feelings - What is in yours?

Becoming Your Highest Self

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 35:48


I love teaching with analogies... sometimes they are good ones, sometimes they are silly, and sometimes I just shake my head at myself! lol But this one, the locker of feelings, is something I came up with years ago when I was getting coaching every week with my coach! It really helped me analyze what I was dealing with and holding on to. My hope is that this episode brings clarity to your "locker" and what you might be holding on to yourself! Enjoy!To schedule a consult or move forward with coaching, visit macierenae.com!To kindly leave a Google Review (Thanks in advance!) Do so here: https://g.page/r/CTWwNSkri-VTEAg/review

Coming Clean Podcast
Daring to Break the Cycle with Adriana Devers - Author, Poet & Educator, Ep #126

Coming Clean Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 50:34


I met an incredible poet at the same event I heard Deyanira Martinez speak at and I knew I wanted to share her work with you on the podcast. I am so inspired by the Latinas who are creating art and inspiring each other here in the States and I think you will be too.A dreamer at heart, Adriana Devers uses her writing to uplift, celebrate and recognize the value of our Afro-Caribbean culture, while bringing up topics that every family should be addressing with their children. Freelancer for online reading programs, her works give a message of hope and acceptance for children and adults alike.You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...How Adriana has used poetry to further her cause connecting with Latina women (3:29)Why allowing emotions help us to be authentic (8:40)What she learned from her family upbringing in the Dominican Republic (14:24)How traditional gender roles are shifting in the Latin community (24:39)How content can impact childrens' growth (31:51)The importance of reading for Adriana's generation (40:22)Resources & People MentionedMUJERES QUE SE ATREVEN Y SUPERAN LIMITES  bookConnect with AdrianaOn InstagramConnect With Peter O. Estévezwww.peteroestevezshow.com Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PeterOEstevezShow/Follow Peter O. Estevéz Show on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevezshow/Follow Peter on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevez/

Discover IT
Emotional Intelligence

Discover IT

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 39:09


This week we talk about the power of emotional intelligence, about our experience with it, and how we have developed more of it throughout our journey of self discovery.

Divine Inspiration Network
Power of Tranquility presents...Spiritual Connection is the Foundation for Peace

Divine Inspiration Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 31:00


Arlene Kahet will talk about how your Spiritual Connection is your foundation to peace of mind, calming natural, and tranquil state.  To join in to listen and comment call (516) 531-9548, or listen online click http://tobtr.com/s/12099724

Smart Reading
Summary – Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. Daniel Goleman: A warm heart and a cold head are all you need to achieve success in life

Smart Reading

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 35:46


Мы сделали 20 саммари на английском языке. Их можно скачать в ЛитРес https://clck.ru/hC6tX Notice: This is a SUMMARY Everyone knows that a high IQ is no guarantee of success, happiness, or virtue, but until emotional intelligence was discovered we could only guess why. Daniel Goleman's brilliant research dives into psychology and neuroscience and offers surprising new insight into our "two minds" – the rational and the emotional – and how they together shape our destiny. Using clear examples, Goleman identifies the five crucial skills of emotional intelligence, and shows how they are key our success in relationships, our profession, and even our physical well-being. Today many MBA program have included the importance of emotional intelligence into their curriculum and not only the quantitative side of business. Emotional Intelligence was on the New York Times Bestseller's list for 18 months, has been translated into 40 languages and is sold all over the world.

Southside Rabbi
S4 Bonus: "Job's Friends, God's Love, and Emotional Intelligence"

Southside Rabbi

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 63:41


Southside Tribe, what's good?! This week we are toning things down a bit, but the word is no less potent! We're sharing a bonus episode with you, and a very transparent and intimate one at that! We move from discussing the good theology of Job's friends, to the age-old question, "How do I actually know and feel that God loves me?", to emotional intelligence in the Church and in this world full of hardship. Y'all pull up and get comfortable! Full episode on all audio platforms, video and bonus content on our Patreon community!! Become a Patreon member for Early Access & Exclusive Content - https://patreon.com/Southsiderabbi Follow us Online: Twitter - https://twitter.com/SouthsideRabbi Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/southsiderabbi/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SouthsideRabbiPodcast/ Spotify Podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/5x4C4SDXH6FEcEqZ8qwYQt?si=Z-U9DEMlRryEFyQJmGtcsw Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/southside-rabbi/id1480311293 Google Podcasts - https://tinyurl.com/2p9ewhwe Email us at Southsiderabbipodcast@gmail.com Southside Rabbi is proudly sponsored by the Christian Standard Bible translation - csbible.com Southside Rabbi is proudly sponsored by Samaritan Ministries - Learn more at samaritanministries.org/southsiderabbi Intro music produced by Randeaux- https://www.instagram.com/randeauxbandeaux/ Contact at randeauxbandeaux@gmail.com Outro music produced by KB. All rights reserved by their respective owners.

Teach Me How To Adult
Teach Me How To Ditch Toxic Positivity and Feel for Real, with Psychotherapist Whitney Goodman

Teach Me How To Adult

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 43:26


Unpopular opinion: It's NOT always healthy to find the silver lining in everything. Some things just suck, and we don't always need to look on the bright side, at the expense of *actually* processing hard feelings. Our culture is obsessed with a “good vibes only,” and “everything happens for a reason” state of mind that makes us feel like we're failing if we're not happy 100% of the time. Trying to see the positive isn't always positive, sometimes shit happens that doesn't make us stronger, and we're ready to break up with toxic positivity so we can fully experience our emotions AND our loved ones' feelings. (Because nothing is worse than platitudes.) So this week we called in author and psychotherapist, Whitney Goodman, to help us ditch toxic positivity and get real with our emotions. Whitney is the author of the book Toxic Positivity, a columnist for Psychology Today and appears regularly in publications like The New York Times and Teen Vogue. No one should have to pretend that everything's ok when it isn't, so if you're looking for some validation, you've come to the right place!Join us as we chat about:The signs of toxic positivity and why it gets in the way of your healing Finding the balance between optimism, negativity and toxic positivity How to deal with friends and family who dismiss your strugglesThe productive VS annoying way to complain The impact of social media on toxic positivity How to show up for others in a supportive wayWe hope this episode helps you deal with your shit  and feel all of your very valid feelings.For show notes and more adulting tips, visit:teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:@teachmehowtoadultpodcast Follow Gillian:@yunggillianaireFollow Cailyn:@cailynmichaanFollow Whitney:sitwithwhit.com@sitwithwhitToxic Positivity: Keeping It Real in a World Obsessed with Being Happy

Leading and Learning with David Spell
Emotional Intelligence and the Fruit of the Holy Spirit

Leading and Learning with David Spell

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:39


Dr. David discusses how the fruit of the Holy Spirit, as seen in Galatians 5:22-23, are the keys to developing our emotional intelligence as leaders. These important characteristics are often the difference between success and failure in our leadership and our relationships with others.Resource Highlight- New Testament SnapshotsDavid and Annie are serving the Lord in the US, Africa, South America, and India. Would you consider joining their team? Just click here to get involved. Thanks so much!Show credits:Opening music- Beach Bum Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Transition music- Highlight Reel Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Closing music- Slow Burn Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0

God, Goals, and Girl Talk
S2 Ep13: How to Master Emotions!

God, Goals, and Girl Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 22:05


On this week's episode, join Dr. Sharla Walker as she drops gems on how to master your emotions. This episode is full of laughter and knowledge! She gives three very important factors on how to master your emotions with support from the bible. Check out the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 https://amzn.to/3lng2nS In order to see a transformation in your life and relationship with God, you have to understand the season you're in and find resources that match. Take our quiz to identify where you are currently in your faith walk and get matched with the perfect resource to take your relationship with God to the next level: https://bit.ly/GGGTquiz Join our dynamic online community, The Society! We are collaborating with three awesome women of faith (Tatum Temia, Roslyn Rene, & Keviah Watrice) to provide a community that addresses faith, lifestyle, business, and mental health. Start your two-week free trial today!

WorkLife with Adam Grant
Is Emotional Intelligence Really So Important? | No Stupid Questions

WorkLife with Adam Grant

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 33:28


Today, something a little different. We're sharing an episode of No Stupid Questions, a podcast about human behavior hosted by Adam's colleague and friend Angela Duckworth—a worldwide expert on grit—and Stephen Dubner, host of Freakonomics Radio. In this episode, Angela and Stephen debate whether emotional intelligence is necessary for good leadership. Stephen also wonders if emotional intelligence is something that can be learned, and the two discuss whether high E.I. might actually have negative repercussions. To hear more episodes on the weird and wonderful ways that humans behave, follow No Stupid Questions wherever you're listening to this.

Restaurant Marketing School
4 Elements of Emotional Intelligence

Restaurant Marketing School

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:23


In today's episode, David Dressler unpacks the four essential elements of emotional intelligence. Restaurant Marketing School is brought to you by Yelp for Restaurants: In July 2020, a few hundred employees formed Yelp for Restaurants. Our goal is to build tools that help restaurateurs do more with limited time. ________________________________ Learn more about David and his work at https://www.quietadvisory.com Free Download: 5 Steps to Achieve a 15% Net Profit We have a lot more content coming your way! Be sure to check out the FULL COMP media universe by visiting: FULL COMP Restaurant Marketing School The Playbook Industry Town Halls

Exceeding Expectations
Jay Fields - Be who you are

Exceeding Expectations

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 56:44


Habits & Health episode 65 with Jay Fields, author of the book "Teaching People, Not Poses" and the Linkedin Learning courses "Managing Your Emotions at Work" and "Practices for Regulating Your Nervous System and Reducing Stress". Jay is an educator, coach and author who has taught the principles of embodied social and emotional intelligence to individuals and organizations for twenty years. Her approach to helping people have their own back at work and in life is grounded, playful, empathic and intelligent.  Her work is a blend of mindfulness, embodiment practices and psychological theories from different therapeutic modalities, all approached through the lens of Polyvagal Theory. In short, Polyvagal Theory is all about how to consciously work with yourself at the level of your nervous system. And because the nervous system so profoundly influences how we behave and the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves and the world around us, She found that the foundation of any growth process is understanding how to work with it in a way that is conscious and embodied. Some topics discussed: Two habits that have had the greatest impact on Jay's life: 1. Checking in with her body on a regular basis 2. Making sure she gets outside every day Polyvagal theory Jay's LinkedIn courses Johari window Sign up to Jay's excellent blog - go to her website Johari Window: Full shownotes including a transcription available at: https://tonywinyard.com/jay-fields/ Habits & Health links: Website - tonywinyard.com Facebook Page - facebook.com/TonyWinyard.HabitsAndHealth Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/habitshealth Twitter - @TonyWinyard Instagram - @tony.winyard LinkedIn - uk.linkedin.com/in/tonywinyard YouTube How to leave a podcast review - tonywinyard.com/how-to-leave-a-podcast-review/ Details of online workshops to create habits for health - tonywinyard.com/training/ Are you in control of your habits or are they in control of you? Take my quiz to find out - tonywinyard.com/quiz

Get Busy Livin’
11. Disrupting Cancer with Christine Handy

Get Busy Livin’

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:15


Christine Handy is a mother of two, a breast cancer survivor, international speaker, accomplished model, best-selling author, and a nationally-recognized humanitarian. Starting at age 11, Christine had a talent for modeling and was featured on campaigns for brands such as JCPenney, Neiman Marcus, Guess, and more. However, her lifestyle came to a halt at 35 when health issues and complications with surgery affected her career. Less than 10 years later, Christine was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer and struggled with her will to live. Through her 15 months of chemotherapy, she decided that if she was going to get a second chance at life, she was going to do it differently. She started a positive affirmation practice, built her self-esteem on her faith, and discovered who she was outside of the external validation of modeling. She started identifying as a “cancer disrupter” and made it her mission to uplift other people battling life-threatening illnesses. Part of that mission is her volunteer and board work with EBeauty, a wig exchange program that supports people diagnosed with breast cancer and raises awareness about the disease. In addition, she wrote and published a book based on a fictional depiction of her life and is currently working on her second book through her master's program at Harvard. Christine also still rocks the catwalk and recently walked in New York Fashion Week. Listen to today's episode to hear more of Christine's inspiring story and learn how she's transformed her life after major adversity.  Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, Simplecast, or on your favorite podcast platform.  Topics Covered:How Christine re-routed her life after her cancer diagnosisThe power of positive self-talkNurturing your self-esteem by living a life of servingWalking away from transactional relationshipsConsuming content that's in alignment with your values and personal growthRooting your life in things that can't be stripped away  About our guest: WebsiteInstagramWalk Beside Me BookEBeauty Website Special Offers: If there's a topic or charity you want me to highlight on the podcast, DM it to me on Instagram @getbusylivin_pod Follow Us:Get Busy Livin' Podcast WebsiteGet Busy Livin' Podcast Instagram Get Busy Livin' Podcast TwitterAnne's Website Anne's LinkedInAnne's InstagramAnne's Twitter

MIRROR TALK
Howard Stephen Berg: How To Be A Genius, Develop Laser-Sharp Memory And Emotional Intelligence Strategies for Success

MIRROR TALK

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 43:34


The World's fastest reader according to the Guinness Book of World Records, Howard Stephen Berg shares tricks on how we can also read fast and at the same time assimilate and understand everything that we read. He teaches us strategies for effective and fun learning. “A great lesson to learn is how to control our own emotions and how to interact with other people who have emotions.” “The best question to ask yourself in any situation is, What is the next best thing I can do now?” “Learn how to stop reacting to things around you.” Connect with Howard Berg: Website: www.BergLearning.com Email: howard@berglearning.com Discount Code for his book: NEW40 Thank you for joining me on this MIRROR TALK podcast journey. Kindly stay connected by subscribing or following on any platform. Please do not forget to leave a review and rating. Let us connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mirrortalk.podcast/ More inspiring episodes and show notes here: https://mirrortalkpodcast.com/ Your opinions, thoughts, suggestions and comments matter to us. Share them here: https://mirrortalkpodcast.com/your-opinion-matters/

Wellness Force Radio
Hearts Wide Open | Identifying & Healing Core Wounds To Live Your Vision: Luke Storey, Cal Callahan, Dr. John Lieurance & Josh Trent Quadcast

Wellness Force Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 161:53


If I honor my sadness and I don't try to get away from it and I feel to the bottom of my sadness, there's really just gratitude that I even get to hold my son, hold my partner, and experience life. That is an extreme recipe for living life fucking well if I can just honor the sadness about that. That is living; honoring the sadness is living. Being in fear is not living. - Josh Trent Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness + Wisdom Episode 449 In this special Quadcast, Josh Trent is joined by fellow podcasters and previous Wellness + Wisdom guests, Cal Callahan, Luke Storey, and Dr. John Lieurance to explore the magic of vision quests and rites of passages in life, how to begin unpacking your fears, how to heal your allostatic load of chronic stress, and the powerful medicine that comes from the wounded healer. Are you ready to start living with your heart wide open? Discover the powerful life transformation of taking responsibility for identifying and healing your core wounds to live your life's vision. MitoZen Nasal Spray + More! USE CODE "WELLNESSFORCE" CLICK HERE TO SAVE 10% Every single night before we go to bed, my partner Carrie Michelle and I perform a beautiful ritual using the ZEN extra strength + Oxytocin. It is what I believe the world needs right now: a centered, calm, and powerful third eye opening meditation tool that will change the fundamentals of your practice. ZEN Nasal Spray™ is the strongest formula, and is made from different medicinal plants from the Amazon to calm and quiet the mind, as well as to reduce anxiety and stress. The ZEN EO Nasal Spray™ is made with Ultra Nano Liposomal terpenes & essential oils. ZEN CBD Nasal Spray™ contains essential oils, terpenes and full spectrum NeuroHEMP™. The Zen formulas are powerful in the ability to calm the mind and allow for maximum vagal activation (stimulation of the vagal nerve). You will experience a powerful afterglow effect, following the initial temporary burning feeling after administration. *Go to wellnessforce.com/MitoZen to get your ZEN extra strength + Oxytocin. *Be sure to select ZEN extra strength + Oxytocin at the cart. USE CODE "WELLNESSFORCE" CLICK HERE TO SAVE 10% Listen To Episode 449 As Josh, Cal, Luke, and Dr. John Uncover: [1:30] The Magic of a Vision Quest 400 Cal Callahan 361 Luke Storey 436 Dr. John Lieurance Part 1 Vision Quest: Honoring Our Ancestors Part 2 Vision Quest: Touching Death 405 Tim Corcoran The Great Unlearn: Episode 59: Vision Quests, The Hungry Ghost, and Armoring Ourselves with Overindulgences | Josh Trent Josh's experience doing now two vision quests and how the experiences differed. What Josh explored during this second vision quest and how a sinus infection impacted it. 196 Aubrey Marcus : Owning The Day, Open Relationships, & Skipping Breakfast? Josh's addiction to stress and how the vision quest helped him begin to let go of it. The deep money wound in Josh's family's lineage and why he now sees wellness as a pentagon which includes financial intelligence. Ultimate gifts from the quest that were given to Josh and how he's incorporating that into his life. The trauma that Carrie and Josh went through as their son, Novah, spent several days in the NICU. How Josh is working to heal his trauma and become a fully embodied man. [17:15] The Science of Fasting Exploring the science of fasting with Dr. John Lieurance. MitoZen The importance of taking time to integrate wisdom learned after an experience like a vision quest, plant medicine, or psychedelics. The Great Unlearn Ep 82. Dr. John Lieurance | Optimizing Your Body's Cleansing Process With Melatonin Not Just for Sleep: Melatonin | The Master Molecule & Next Level Biohacks Exploring the vitality of the body, mastering of the mind, forgiving filters in life, and the direct experience with God to live life well according to Dr. John. The fact that fasting has been a natural way of being for our body since the dawn of man. Proper methods of fasting and what you have to keep in mind about ketones, ketosis, and autophagy. H.V.M.N. Which exogenous ketones you can keep in mind while shopping around to help train your body to see ketones as energy to prep for fasting. Feel Free by Botanic Tonics 401 Jerry Ross Why Feel Free from Botanic Tonics will not break your fast. How kratom in Feel Free suppresses appetite and can be beneficial for your fasting experience. [25:00] To Fast or Not to Fast? 389 Dave Asprey   Bulletproof Coffee How intermittent fasting can impact people differently whether positively or negatively. Dr. Jack Kruse Surviving The City With Spiritual Science With Dr. Jack Kruse What fasting may or may not be something to do at different stages of your life. Why Luke loves eating first thing in the morning and then tapering off food as it gets closer to bedtime. 299 Christa Orecchio Why you shouldn't consider fasting if you have a lot of stress in your life right now or rely on caffeine a lot. Luke's experience being sent to a therapeutic boarding school at the age of 14 in the early 90s which has connections to a cult. The positive, character-building event that Luke and other students experienced during which they hiked up a mountain and stayed there for 3 days. Unpacking why it's so scary for people these days to go out in nature alone after being accustomed to city life for so long. King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette [33:10] Rites of Passage for Life The fact that there isn't really any set rites of passage for young boys or girls ages 13-18 and why they're so beneficial for their personal development. Exploring the connection of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems plus the importance of balancing them. Why it's so beneficial to teach young kids how to be present with themselves through stillness and mindfulness. Dr. Joe Dispenza [40:30] FEAR: For Everyone's Attention, Responsibly | How To Address & Heal Core Wounds The difference between irrational and rational fear and why it's our responsibility to do an in-depth look at both types when they come up for us. Why Luke was consumed by fear when he became sober and how he began to unpack it in his heart and in his mind. What to do when anxious thoughts about the future start to come up for you. How to help someone when it's their orientation to look for all of the bad things that could happen in life. The power of watching the mind, instead of being the mind through practices like breathwork, float tanks, and meditation. Common fears people of not being worthy, not being loved, and fear of being alone or of death. How to begin to unpack the fears you hold in your heart and what they really mean. [52:30] Healing the Allostatic Load of Chronic Stress Melatonin: Miracle Molecule by Dr. John Lieurance The powerful benefits of melatonin for the body especially as the primary supporter of the sympathetic system. 160 Chronotypes, Circadian Rhythm, & Oura – Petteri Lahtela The fact that our body does not know the difference between whether we're being chased by a bear or at home thinking about the idea of that; all it knows is that we are in a state of fear. How to let go of our fear of death, metaphorically "die," say "yes" to non-existence and be present right now. Building a loving relationship with the ego, being aligned with it, and being grateful for it rather than fighting against it. Why the ego is so important as it keeps us alive and allows us to see and explore the embodied soul. The fact that psychedelics are not for everyone and deep inner work is required before considering them. Healing wisdom they have received from using psychedelics properly with expert guidance. The difference between fear and being sad about life experiences. How we can honor the sadness in our hearts that we experience in life or what may or will happen in the future. [1:10:30] Keeping Your Heart Open How the body processes gratitude internally in our hearts when we're expressing sadness on the outside. What open eye meditation is and exploring its healing benefits when you need it. Why it can be a healthy practice to be still and contemplate death in order to enjoy life in the present moment. The tall order of trying to always keep your heart open rather than closed off, especially to the people that we care about the most in life. Why nothing good ever comes from closing off our hearts - whether for us or other people. How to lean into more love and openness when your initial reaction is to be closed off. How terrible things that happened to our ancestors are wired in our DNA so that we can survive down the road. Josh's long-term experience trying to heal his relationship with his father and ultimately letting go to help him find closure. 311 Mark Wolynn 366 Mark Wolynn Richard C. Schwartz How we can create more love within our hearts and let go of drama in our daily lives as our egos fight for survival. [1:36:30] Addressing & Healing Our Core Wounds How to address core wounds you may in your heart have including a father wound like many people have right now in our modern world. Why is this happening to me....AGAIN?! by Dr. Michael Ryce WhyAgain.org  Why many thoughts and emotions of hostility are coming up because people are not doing the inner work to resolve their generational issues. How to begin exploring the trauma and pain we have experienced firsthand in life. What steps Luke took to heal the abuse he received at a very young age. How Luke's trauma has fueled his spirituality and thirst to help and serve other people. 332 John Wineland Owning and taking responsibility for the trauma in our lives as we allow our hearts to be wide open. Exploring spirituality, God, and both the good and bad in the world that is expressed as God. Paul Chek | All is God [1:52:30] The Medicine of the Wounded Healer The incredible healing that happens when the wounded healer has their hearts wide open and shares their wisdom with the world. How to get out of victimhood mode and begin to take ownership for your life and emotional state. Exploring the contrasts of good and bad in life. The power of emotional intelligence and asking for support when negative feelings start to come up. How to pause and acknowledge the emotions that you're experiencing right now in your heart. 435 Dr. John Gray | Wellness In Relationships: Testosterone, Estrogen, Semen Retention & Sexual Polarity Higher Powered: Autobiography Of A Sex And Love Yogi W/ John Gray The fact that we all start somewhere with our healing journey 394 Adam Roa | 3 Pillars For Radical Life Change: Poetry About Life, Love & Freedom The Great Unlearn: 61. Adam Roa | Love Is Our Expander The powerful gift of looking in our hearts and giving ourselves grace every single day and looking back at how far we've come in life. 192 Jason Prall [2:24:30] Boost Your Health with MitoZen Dr. John Lieurance's company, MitoZen, and what they offer to customers including red light therapy and suppositories. How red light works and why it's so beneficial for the body. The difference between spending time in sunlight versus red light therapy. Why red light is such a great quick fix for people who are very busy. What methylene blue is and why some people need it but you must check with your doctor first before taking it. The Great Unlearn 82. Dr. John Lieurance | Optimizing Your Body's Cleansing Process With Melatonin Why you do not want to take methylene blue if you're pregnant, taking SSRIs, psychedelics, or anything that could impact serotonin. Podcast Magazine Power Quotes From The Show Witnessing Radical Body Vitality Through Fasting "As you are able to improve the vitality of the body with a tool like fasting, you're going to be happier, process information better, and there will be parts of your brain that will be able to communicate with each other better and you'll be able to make sense of things. You'll be able to have a more powerful divine connection. Everything will work better and when we first start out on this journey, getting the vitality of the body is super important, especially for the brain and nervous system for radical health transformation." - Dr. John Lieurance Unpacking Fear vs Anxiety "I notice that so many people use the words, 'fear' and 'anxiety' often interchangeably and when I first became sober, I used to just be so consumed with fear. However, as I started to unpack it, I realized that fear is when a wolf walks through the door and your life is in danger; a totally natural, healthy response is to be in fear and get away in that moment. Anxiety is if you're sitting here and there's no wolf on the property and you're obsessively thinking about what would happen if a wolf walked through the door right now. Fear is, in its truest sense for me, something that is immediate and righteous but anxiety is imaginary and always future-based that has no basis in reality. So, how can we uproot that anxiety and have greater open awareness that keeps us grounded in this present moment?" - Luke Storey The Wounded Healer's Magic "The magic really happens when you take yourself out of victimhood and take ownership of your life. When we play the victim, we're just at the world's mercy and totally powerless. Opposite of that, when you transform into the wounded healer, you are the one that carries the real medicine that you get to share with others." - Cal Callahan Botanic Tonics | Feel Free Save 40% on your Botanic Tonics Feel Free order with the code WELLNESS40 at wellnessforce.com/FeelFree A feel good wellness tonic of ancient plants from the South Pacificand Southeast Asia where they've been used socially and in wellness for centuries. Experience a new way to feel good and feel free.   Links From Today's Show  400 Cal Callahan 361 Luke Storey 436 Dr. John Lieurance Part 1 Vision Quest: Honoring Our Ancestors Part 2 Vision Quest: Touching Death 405 Tim Corcoran The Great Unlearn: Episode 59: Vision Quests, The Hungry Ghost, and Armoring Ourselves with Overindulgences | Josh Trent 196 Aubrey Marcus : Owning The Day, Open Relationships, & Skipping Breakfast? MitoZen The Great Unlearn Ep 82. Dr. John Lieurance | Optimizing Your Body's Cleansing Process With Melatonin Not Just for Sleep: Melatonin | The Master Molecule & Next Level Biohacks H.V.M.N. Feel Free by Botanic Tonics 401 Jerry Ross Dr. Joe Dispenza Melatonin: Miracle Molecule by Dr. John Lieurance 160 Chronotypes, Circadian Rhythm, & Oura – Petteri Lahtela 311 Mark Wolynn 366 Mark Wolynn Richard C. Schwartz Why is this happening to me....AGAIN?! by Dr. Michael Ryce WhyAgain.org  332 John Wineland Paul Chek | All is God 435 Dr. John Gray | Wellness In Relationships: Testosterone, Estrogen, Semen Retention & Sexual Polarity Higher Powered: Autobiography Of A Sex And Love Yogi W/ John Gray 394 Adam Roa | 3 Pillars For Radical Life Change: Poetry About Life, Love & Freedom The Great Unlearn: 61. Adam Roa | Love Is Our Expander 192 Jason Prall The Great Unlearn 82. Dr. John Lieurance | Optimizing Your Body's Cleansing Process With Melatonin Podcast Magazine Shop the Wellness Force Store breathwork.io Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 40% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40' Essential Oil Wizardry: Save 10% with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Cal Callahan Facebook Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Luke Storey Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Dr. John Lieurance Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube About Cal Callahan Cal Callahan, a retired trader, hosts The Great Unlearn Podcast and runs Unlearn Ventures — an investment fund and incubator for forward-thinking projects. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife, three kids, two dogs and pet pig named Petunia. Through The Great Unlearn Podcast, Cal shares conversations with some the world's leading experts & performers to help men and women unlearn their way into a new way of being. About Dr. John Lieurance Naturopath & Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr. John Lieurance, has been in private practice for over 27 Years. Currently with Advanced Rejuvenation, a Multi Disciplinary Clinic, with a focus on Alternative & Regenerative Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Chiropractic Functional Neurology, Functional Cranial Release (FCR), Lumomed, Lyme Disease, Mold Illness and many other Neurological Conditions. His treatments have been proven very successful for treating many chronic neurological and chronic infection conditions. He believes that toxins and infections are at the root of many conditions including Autoimmune, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Inner Ear Conditions, and most Degenerative Neurologic Conditions. About Luke Storey Luke Storey a former Hollywood Celebrity Fashion Stylist, motivational speaker, kundalini yoga and meditation teacher, world-class biohacker, and host of The Life Stylist Podcast. He's spent the past twenty-two years developing and refining the ultimate lifestyle, based on the most powerful principles of health and spirituality, while at the same time embracing the technology and modern conveniences of urban living. Using himself as a human research lab, Luke has explored a broad and sometimes extreme variety of measures to obtain optimal health, performance, and well-being. From surviving being injected with poisonous Amazonian frog venom, to enduring weeks of neurofeedback meditation in an isolation chamber, Luke has scoured the earth for the most cutting edge as well as ancient technologies of healing and transformation. Luke has tenaciously applied the results of his field research and used them to not only completely transform his own life but also the lives of thousands of fans and followers through his various media channels and speaking engagements. As a transformational speaker and entrepreneur, Luke continues to share his strategies for healing and happiness through his innovative and highly effective Lifestyle Design teachings, his Youtube channel, and wildly popular podcast, The Life Stylist.

The Train Effective Podcast
How Emotional Intelligence Impacts You!

The Train Effective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 23:17


Emotional Intelligence or "EQ" is an umbrella term for knowing how you respond emotionally in certain situations! This is HUGE for footballers as we go through a range of emotions in our careers. Here are some tips on how to regulate your EQ! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! =========== https://www.instagram.com/traineffective https://www.instagram.com/hashircan JOIN OUR DISCORD! =========== https://discord.gg/83KGw2nmJ7 FOLLOW US ON TIKTOK =========== https://www.tiktok.com/@traineffectiveofficial?lang=en

Confessions Of An Ex-Therapist
Beyond the Practice, with Jenn Pike

Confessions Of An Ex-Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 43:53


My guest today is Jenn Pike, a Functional Medicine Diagnostic Nutritionist, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, and Medical Exercise, Specialist. She specializes in women's health and hormones and is the Bestselling Author of The Simplicity Project as well as her two cookbooks: The Simplicity Kitchen and The Simplicity Body. She is the founder of the global and revolutionary women's health programs The Hormone Project and Synced, and the host of The Simplicity Sessions podcast. These programs are dedicated to teaching women what they should have known about their bodies all along; the incredible abilities, wisdom, and power their bodies hold and how to bring them to life. Her ultimate aim is to inspire you to create more Simplicity and Ease in all you do. In today's episode, we talk about the woman beyond the practice and what it takes to embrace our personal evolution as an entrepreneur. Connect with my guest: Website:  https://jennpike.com/ Social Media Handles: jennpike Let's keep in touch :) Get inspired on Instagram: @dr.shyamalakiru  Join the conversation on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theeqlab  Are you a high-powered woman who wants to leverage Emotional Intelligence to amplify her success? Check out our global coaching company at www.theeqcode.com 

Health on SermonAudio
MHS_15 Emotional Intelligence 02

Health on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 59:00


A new MP3 sermon from Nothing But The Truth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: MHS_15 Emotional Intelligence 02 Subtitle: Mental Health and the Bible Speaker: David L. Johnston Broadcaster: Nothing But The Truth Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/28/2018 Length: 59 min.

Health on SermonAudio
MHS_14 Emotional Intelligence 01

Health on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:00


A new MP3 sermon from Nothing But The Truth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: MHS_14 Emotional Intelligence 01 Subtitle: Mental Health and the Bible Speaker: David L. Johnston Broadcaster: Nothing But The Truth Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/21/2018 Length: 60 min.

Vocabs101
Simple Ways to Develop Emotional Intelligence

Vocabs101

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 6:50


Positive Affirmations
Simple Ways to Develop Emotional Intelligence

Positive Affirmations

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 6:50


Yashica's Intuition- The Podcast
How emotional intelligence makes you a better leader

Yashica's Intuition- The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


Here on the Leading in Healthcare Podcast, we do things differently. Leadership resources always focus on what you should be doing, not who you should be becoming. Even in the minimal orientation some of us leaders get, its all about our intelligence and completing tasks, rarely is it about being more perceptive, more self aware, and being able to act on information and energy that transcends the 5 senses. We end up doing ourselves a disservice, though, because the skills that I mentioned fold into something called Emotional Intelligence. Emotional Intelligence helps you become a better leader because it helps you understand and respond to emotions, transcend stressful moments, understand how you impact your team, and give you a heightened sense of situational awareness.Today's episode was inspired by an article I read from Farmwell Wisconsin and it has great tips to help you understand emotional intelligence and has some top tips from Tony Robbins on how to grow your emotional intelligence so that you can become a better leader.Resources mentioned in this episode:Work with Yashica personally or have her help your organization: www.yashicalind.comTop 5 Mistakes Leaders in Healthcare Make & How to Fix Them Ebook: https://yashica-crumpton.mykajabi.com/top5How to trust yourself (Podcast Episode): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-trust-yourself/id1460591785?i=1000554139298

Restaurant Marketing School
Emotional Intelligence in the workplace

Restaurant Marketing School

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 6:12


Meet David Dressler, the cofounder of Tender Greens. David is the king of culture and, understanding that the best marketing we can have is a happy and inspired team, he's going to share the tactics, tools and strategies he used to build a restaurant empire. In our season opener, David explains the value of leveraging emotional intelligence in the workplace. Restaurant Marketing School is brought to you by Yelp for Restaurants: In July 2020, a few hundred employees formed Yelp for Restaurants. Our goal is to build tools that help restaurateurs do more with limited time. ________________________________ Learn more about David and his work at https://www.quietadvisory.com Free Download: 5 Steps to Achieve a 15% Net Profit We have a lot more content coming your way! Be sure to check out the FULL COMP media universe by visiting: FULL COMP Restaurant Marketing School The Playbook Industry Town Halls

On the Brink with Andi Simon
315: Linda Vettrus-Nichols—Challenged? Stuck? What If You Are In Control Of Yourself?

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:39


Learn how to become the person you really want to be I met Linda Vettrus-Nichols through her lovely husband Terry Earthwind Nichols, with whom I've done two podcasts. Here is our most recent one. Linda brings you a different perspective on how you can take control of your life and become the person you have always wanted to be. She talks about her own journey and how she got to where she is now, as a coach, as a person really into thought leadership, and as someone who inspires people to do what they might otherwise not have done (like write a book in 30 days). Linda's a really special person to hear from. Listen in! Watch and listen to our conversation here It's not so bad to really love others, and love yourself a little too Linda is the CEO of Evolutionary Healer, a global transformational performance improvement company which she co-founded with her husband Terry. She calls herself “the queen of clarity” and believes that at the end of the day, love and solid relationships are all that matter. As a spiritual thought leader and coach, she finds the gaps and corrals the chaos that keep powerful entrepreneurs stuck or stalled. In some ways, we do similar things. We both would like to help you see, feel and think in new ways. Linda is also the author of 21 books, one of which focuses on the practical action steps you need to publish your own book in a month or less. You can connect with her on LinkedIn, her personal website and the Evolutionary Healer website. Need a little help becoming who you really want to be? Here's a start Blog: 5 Ways You Can Find Happiness And Joy In These Turbulent Times Blog: Is It Time To Rethink Where You Are And Where You Are Going? Podcast: Women, Are You Ready To Find Your Happiness? Is It All Around You? Additional resources for you My award-winning second book: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business My award-winning first book: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Simon Associates Management Consultants    Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink with Andi Simon. Hi, I'm Andi Simon. And as you know, I'm your host and your guide. And people come from all across the globe to listen to us because we help them get off the brink, which is so much fun. You don't want to get stuck or stalled. And that's really very interesting because sometimes when we see things, we run the other way. We don't really go forward towards them. You need a little nudge, or a little hope, or some trust. So I go looking for interesting people who are trying to help you see things through that fresh lens. You begin to trust the fact that you can in fact change. I know your brain hates to change. But don't waste this crisis that we've gone through. It's time to rethink everything that you used to think was exactly the way we did it and now there are all kinds of new ways. You're not quite sure how we're going to go back because you're not going back. Now the question is, how do you go forward? And where is that? And how do you see what's new and uncertain when you all want certainty? And there is none. So today, I have Linda Vettrus-Nichols. And Linda came to me through Terry, who is her husband and her partner in a wonderful firm. Let me tell you a little bit about her. Then she'll tell you about how she got here because it's been a wonderful journey for her. She does some great things with people as a coach, as somebody who is really into their thought leadership. Somebody who helps you write books in 30 days. So Linda is the CEO of Evolutionary Healer, a global transformational performance improvement company. I'll say that, again. They are global. And it's a transformational performance improvement company that she co-founded with her husband, Embassy Ambassador Terry Earthwind Nichols. I've done two podcasts with Terry. And I've done two for him. Linda is “the queen of clarity.” And I love that title. She believes that fantasizing about the impossible is totally reasonable and striving for satisfaction is a must. And at the end of the day, love and solid relationships are all that matters. You know, we've learned a whole lot during this pandemic. And that is, you do only live once and it's not so bad to really love and love yourself a little too. She's a spiritual thought leader and coach who finds the gaps and corrals the chaos that keep powerful entrepreneurs stuck or stalled. So in some ways, we do similar things. And we'd like to help you see, feel and think in new ways. She's a published author of 21 books, and she has a book with the practical action steps you need to get your book done. And I have two books done. We're working on the third. It is a journey. Thank you for joining us today. Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Thank you. And oh, Andi, I just absolutely love your book Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business.  Andi Simon: I truly appreciate that. I'd love for you to share with the audience who is Linda? And what is your journey? Give them a sense of your story because I do think it's a wonderful rich one, and one that helps others begin to see their own selves in journey form. What's your journey? What's your story? Linda Vettrus-Nichols: My story is, I was in a marriage for 33 years. I call it a starter marriage and was just trying to keep my sanity and trying to figure it out and figure out what wasn't working and why. And at the end of the day, I found out it takes two people. And I didn't know, I just felt stuck. And now I teach that people aren't stuck. Not really, they just feel stuck. And for me what got me unstuck was to surround myself with a whole different group of people. And within that group, there was somebody who helped me with questions, kind of clarity questions on taking a look at leaving a marriage of that many years and coming up with answers to that question. So that was one sort of pivot for my life. And, then I met Terry and he had figured out a process to take people through. Much like Sigmund Freud, he was looking for interior discoveries, like breakthroughs to find that amnesia in memory from childhood. And so we worked on that together. We were in a coaching industry with that and going out speaking and things like that. And then Terry had heart surgery. And my coach was like, What do you want to do now, because he's out of commission for a while, and I had no idea what I really wanted to do. And so I guess that's probably how I started stepping into clarity and helping other people with their clarity. Andi Simon: So there was a catalytic moment where you were on your own for a moment, not alone. But on your own and as you discover that part of you was an emerging lesson in the next stage in your own journey, which was really quite interesting. So as you began to frame that, what was the problem you wanted to help other people solve or to solve for yourself? Because there's a combination. It's really a collaboration, not simply, I do this, you do that? It sounds like you are going through your transformation, and could help others do as well? How did you develop it? Is there a particular process you can share?  Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Well, I love people's stories, like you. And I was just talking to someone networking, and said, Oh, I love your story. I'd love to record it. And maybe use it in a summit or something. And she was like, Oh, yeah, either way, that's fine. So I did that. And then there were two more women that came along. So I recorded and then I started thinking, what are these women really saying to me, and they were telling me about a time that they were stuck in their lives. And I thought, I could do a summit on being stuck. And so I interviewed 14 women, ages 16 to 74. The 16-year-old was actually one of our clients who had been suffering from PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder, for about two months. So we were able to bring out her story that fit what we're doing in our business, and bring out what these other women were doing in their businesses. And then I just kind of kept rolling and kept interviewing people. I had so many interviews. I'm like, Wow, I could just have a summit a month, for eight months. Which I did. Then I asked 16 of the probably 60-some women I'd interviewed if they wanted to be in a compilation book. And so I got the transcriptions back, and they were in script format, like a play at school, and I thought, Oh, that's different. And I was going to put them into a sort of written form. And then it was like, they have a beautiful flow this way. I really hate to take away that beautiful flow. And so I told Terry, I'm just gonna leave them in script format. And I go, Who does that? And he goes, Nobody. There were two authors apiece from those 16 and we made up eight little books of their stories and named them after the different summits. So one is called Stuck. One is called Paradigm Shifters. It was more social media and that way. I ended up publishing nine books. So I kind of cheated. And so people aren't used to 21 books. How did you do that? My kids were really challenging. And so I hooked up with another person whose kid was super challenging. And we started helping parents. We were pulling kids out of biochemical autism, ADD, ADHD and learning disabilities. Now we're teaching parents, mostly moms, how to do that. And I was before you could like Google stuff, you know. So that was really a special time, way back when, that was my first book in 1998. And then, I suppose it was about 2016 when I started cranking out books. I started with nine.  Andi Simon: You know, the audience who's watching us today is scratching their heads and saying, How'd she do that? You know,  you can inspire people. You can push them. They'll run the other way and say, I can't do that. But in fact, part of this requires trust and courage, a bit of bravery. But part of it just requires a mindset that says, Of course we can, let's see how, and having a husband who's supportive is not inconsequential. But you also had a real good understanding of what was needed. Whether it was for those mothers, or for the others, and you sort of felt that they had an unmet need. You are really a Blue Ocean thinker.  Instead of putting the transcripts into a format of a font, there's something about your approach that's really fascinating to me. You see what is needed, and then you come up with an idea to really solve it. I have a hunch that that's been sort of the last period of time, since you left your last marriage into this one. What is so important now for you is the freedom to do this, the autonomy, the mastery, your purpose. Give the listeners some sense of how you've come to terms with who you are at this stage? And where is it going, because they want to have a role model. Because they all have great ideas, sometimes they're sitting there, and as you know, they don't blossom, and we want to help them be free. How about your thoughts? Linda Vettrus-Nichols: The transition of marriage was, even if you're in a really healthy relationship, and you're not just loved, you really feel loved and supported. It's not enough until you love yourself. And so that was one of the big shifts for me, is learning to love myself. The other thing is stepping into, for lack of better words, my zone of genius. What is it that I do that I am so good at, and I am not exhausted doing it. I could just do it 24/7, and not even burn out. So I have actually stepped into that in the whole book in 30 days process. And that I do free sessions. They're usually more like a clarity session, and whether someone thinks there's a book inside of them or not. And it's very powerful. The number one thing is, I get women out of their heads. I get them to slow down, to focus, to really embody. And that's my little process. So we just do like three belly breaths, like close your eyes. It's funny because when you do that, and you get your hand on your abdomen, all of sudden, you just really calm, you slow. And it makes people feel sane. And it's just been a really special process. It's just a free thing that I do for people, whether I'm networking with them, or they're a potential client or whatever. So that's, that's huge. And then I say, if it's a clarity thing, that's just like, okay, so if you can only do one, which one would it be? If it's more of, they haven't come to me with something specific, it's like, Okay, if there's only one thing you can let the rest of us know, like, you're poof, off the planet tomorrow, and you really, really want us to know it. It's not about yourself. Not about you, it's you wanting us to know what for us. What would that be, and then they give it to me. And then I get another one and another one. And I get three and then I go back to the first of the three and do it again three times. And I end up with nine things in a special order. And I always say, it came from their soul, you know. And that ends up being their book chapters and their message to the world in a specific order of importance to them. And it's easy for them to find their tribe, so to speak. Andi Simon: Well, but you know, easy is an interesting word always. People hate to change, the pain in the brain is real. Cortisol gets up there, your amygdala fights it. The second thing is that the amygdala doesn't like the unfamiliar. And it really wants things that are comfortable. Even if they're not answered. Your mind does exactly what it thinks you want it to do. And whether it's putting the hand on the belly or doing some mindfulness or a little meditation, you quiet down and you just take your brain into a quiet mind state where it feels really safe. Yesterday is gone, not much you can do about it and tomorrow hasn't happened. So for the present, you have this wonderful gift of just being, and then your process shows them what is possible. And the trust that comes from that is extremely powerful because they really don't know where they're going, do they. And that uncertainty makes people very uncomfortable. And slowly, the three turns into nine. And next thing, you know, it's time for us to write a book about us and a bit about what we want the world to know so it can be a better place. So as our audience is listening, think about yourself: what kinds of ideas do you have that you want, in some fashion, to turn into a legacy of some type? Do you find that people write more than one book, as you have? Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Well, my clients sure do. I really believe that everybody's full of all kinds of books. And like you, your clients, you won't even take them unless they're at "enough is enough." And so they just almost come to me pregnant with a book. It's like, I gotta get this thing out of me. I have no idea how to do it. Or I'm afraid to do it. I'm afraid if I tell whatever they're going to tell, somebody else will hate them for it or be mad. And yeah, there's a lot of drama trauma stories with my clients. What's even weirder is, I have clients who have done cookbooks with their drama trauma story. They're really powerful, cool books. But it's like, who does that?  Andi Simon: I'm working on my third book. And the gal I'm working with said, We really want to do a cookbook like this. I said, I like that idea. And I'm not sure what. God is in the kitchen, all's well in the world? But there's something about that cookbook model that pours out a whole different side of us, particularly as a woman, although the great chefs are all guys. There's a female side in there that's very nourishing, in many ways, and close to some interesting opportunities. Now, you're a person who doesn't stand still. What do you see coming next? Because I always say we never waste a crisis. Linda Vettrus-Nichols: I love that line of years. That's so cool. You've stepped into making a course. And I can't wait to take your course. It just totally fills the gap in my learning, if you will. So I've created three Thinkific courses. And then I started experimenting with clients and doing courses. Actually, a client came to me, she had already started one. And we took her book and put it into one and then I did mine. So that's been interesting. And what I've found is, even though we're using the material from the book, the course becomes its own thing. It becomes almost a whole new teaching. And if you haven't read the book, you're going to be okay and get through the course. If you have read the book, it reinforces the books. Another thing I enjoy doing is analyzing someone's website. That's what I absolutely love to do. Andi Simon: And it's interesting because we're in the process of redesigning our website, and I'm impressed with our guys, because they've been working with us for a long time. I've been doing this for 20 years. So we've had multiple websites and iterations. But, you know, it's an interesting time, to your point, because as we started to look at what we had been, and were no longer who we were, and I was aware we were going either/and it was all captured in a website of all things. And then I renovated my office two weeks ago, three weeks ago, and had to repaint it. But in the process, I took a lot of books that had been here for 20 years, taking down the bookshelves was a fascinating capture of life. Because the books that were important, aren't necessarily the ones that I want to hold onto. And I'm not quite sure what I'll be doing with future books and so many of them are on my iPad. But they are an interesting commentary on being an anthropologist. It's all a digital indication of the things that matter. And you almost want to make a record of who and why you were and what's coming in the way in which you're reading and the ideas. Warren Buffett said, Spend five hours a day reading. I'm not sure I can do that. But I try to read two books a week. And I love to read, I'm not a Netflix person, but I am a reader. And I find the ideas change your mind. You know, your mind rises, as you add new ideas into it, particularly on how to write a book, and how you convey the story. And it's a very interesting way of learning about things. But we're both changing. And as we look forward, people say to me, Well, I want to go back to the way it was. I say, It's never going to go back to the way it was. So it's time to create the future you like to have. They have so little in common with the folks who come to you to write their book. They're not quite sure of the future they want to have. But I tell them, Unless you visualize where you're going, you can't live today. You know, we're futurists. And so do you help folks in your coaching? I'm curious what you're seeing among your coaching clients and others about what they see coming? Can they visualize something new? As I'm coaching my clients, or doing my workshops for CEOs, they're stuck, many of them, and many of them are guys. And they knew how to run what they had. And they have no idea how to run what is now. And they're smart people, entrepreneurial, and frustrated, and they can't relate. And so I almost want to put their hands on their belly and say, take a deep breath or start again, you're in the startup phase. Linda Vettrus-Nichols: That's such a great point. And you probably know that my husband created the vision strategy roadmap. And so I use that with my clients as well. And it isn't sort of, just like magic, one time, let go of everything. And you know, it kind of comes up from the soul. It embodies all right there from your abdomen, your powers, and just let it come up. And what are you doing? Like, where are you and it's really interesting. If they tell me they want to speak from a stage, I just go into this intense drill down with them. Because that can mean so many things. And I really want them to get to who they really are. So if you were out in the center of the football stadium with people behind you, not a wall, would you be comfortable with that? And some people will write, Yeah, and other people, No, I wouldn't. If I go to the movie theater, I'd love to be in the back with the wall behind me. I like lots of neurological things. My background is special education. And I love all the brain stuff.  Andi Simon: Just to share some of our observations: I push them being who I am, as an anthropologist, I push them out to go exploring. I don't have a clue how to redesign your business without going out and listening. You don't have to do much more than listen to customers, are those whom you'd like them to be? And my workshops start off with, Who's going to be your customer tomorrow? What do they need? How are you going to be serving them? I did a podcast earlier about the customer experience now that has changed. Everyone wants things fast. And the customer service centers are having a difficult time. They're all 30%, short on staff. And they are trying to figure out how to adapt to a remote workforce. How to evaluate them, everything that was, isn't. But the new one isn't yet either. And so part of it is, How do I visualize what could be taken out a year or two, and then sort of backward plan to begin to set up a path to get there because in the absence, we don't know how to live today. And all the hormone perspective stuff that Martin Seligman has shown us from psychology, your human brain wants to see the future. And that's how it is now and if you don't see it, you make it up. So it's an interesting time for helping people see the opportunities of what comes, as opposed to flee them or fear them. And your amygdala would love to hijack them. So it's pretty cool stuff. And as you're working with these entrepreneurs who want to be on the stage, you might set up a stage and let them learn. It's just being up there and talking to people. Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Another big question I say is, Do you like having the lights in your face?  They may not know and have to go try it. Some of them just immediately go, No. So you want to see your audience? Well, yeah, I'm like, Okay, well, that just totally changes your venue. That totally changes the amount of people who are going to attend. Sometimes they can't quite come up with them themselves. So I start giving them some of those more concrete things. Andi Simon: They need you to ask those profound questions. So it's pretty cool. So I'm looking at our time, it's about time for us to wrap up. I like to ask my interviewees two or three things you don't want the listeners to forget. Are there some things you want to tell them because they remember the end better than our beginning. What do you want them to walk away with? And say, Oh, Linda really helped me with this. Thoughts? Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Just the idea that no one's ever really stuck. And words are just stories we tell ourselves. I know, you and I both like that. And, know who you are. So get in touch. Write your own story.  Andi Simon: Let's emphasize the stories a little bit. What we've learned is that maybe 45,000 or 50,000 years ago, or at some point, we had a quantum leap in our brain. And humans, because of that, are storymakers. We give meaning to things. And so a thing isn't a thing, it has some purpose or meaning, or it has some value. And out of that came the stories. The secret of our success is about how the stories in our culture have been the secret of our human success. And it changes our minds as we evolve. And it keeps this coevolution here, it's both the external and the internal transformation that's going on. And you are evolving, as Linda has and I have. We aren't the same folks. We started out as not that different from them, either. But there's been a transformation. And Linda works with people to help them see, feel and think in new ways, as I do. Because if you don't see it and feel it, you don't know what it is that we're talking about. And she's talking about people wanting to be on stage who don't realize they are gonna be lights in their eyes. We've got a little bit of good testing. Pretend you're in high school, and you're going to get on stage and see what it feels like because we decide with the heart and the eyes up ahead. And that follows. There's stories coming out of the pandemic, really big stories, and I'm anxious to see how we can compile them. As I'm listening to you, maybe there's a book here, about the post pandemic reality and how do we share it? Linda Vettrus-Nichols: Yeah, that'd be cool. And the idea of healthy detachment really comes from staying out of the story. So there's the flip there, too. We get so caught up in the story, and it's just a story. It's a story of time. So you had all this pain, flip the story. And that's what happened to me. I had a gymnastics accident, lost my balance, fell, and really jammed my shoulder and nobody could understand it. I went to an ortho biochemist, and she said, Tell me how that happened. Tell me the story about it. So I told her, and then she said, Now change the story. Flip the story. And I'm like, as if it didn't happen, you know, because I had the gymnastic accident and lost my dance career. A few months later, I lost my father to suicide. So there was a lot of trauma locked up in that shoulder. So I flipped the story. Terry was standing behind me, and all of a sudden, my shoulder blade just went clump. Literally, a sound of clunk. And he just went right in there. And took care of business, like no way to get under there before, but don't lose the power. Andi Simon: I don't mean to interrupt you because it's so exciting to talk to you. But we live the story in our minds. They aren't there, they're an illusion. They're not real. Linda Vettrus-Nichols: But they're also in our bodies, right? That's the thing. And when we change the story, it's just a story. When we change the story, the body doesn't know the difference. The body goes, Oh, okay. Is that the story? Great story. Oh, okay. Andi Simon: And I think this is just a great story to share with our audience about how to change because we don't want you on the brink anymore. We want you to soar. And I don't want you to jump out of an airplane without a parachute either. Nor do I want you to fly the airplane, you know, and build it at the same time. There's lots you can do here. And I love Linda's process for helping you express this. Turn it into a book and make it a reality, at least an illusion that turns into something. So it's great fun. Thanks for joining me today. This has been cool, thank you. It's fun. People always ask, Who's your audience. So I say to all of you out there who come, I've truly appreciate you. As you're thinking about yourself, send me your ideas at info@andisimon.com. I have people across the globe who send me their little notes, their ideas about who they'd like to hear from. It's great fun to share them. And it's a great time for you to rethink who you are, where you're going, and how you're going to get there. Sometimes you need a hand. And that's what we both do. Both Linda and myself have a great time helping you rethink your story. And when you begin to work through my program, Rethink Your Journey with Andi Simon, or hers, you begin to see that it's all in that story. And if you like the story, great, but if you don't, we can change it. I love Linda's story. She changed her story and her new shoulder didn't hurt. How does that happen? My books are available on Amazon: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights and Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business. We are delighted you come to enjoy, and share, and have a great day. Stay well. Thanks, Linda, thank you so much for coming today. And we'll say goodbye. Bye now.

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
Sex Ed. With Samantha Bitty

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 21:36


Samantha Bitty is a sexual health and consent educator, speaker, certified Emotional Intelligence coach and social change entrepreneur. She joins the Overnight Show every week to discuss, sex and relationships. This week: Getting back into dating after a hiatus! Learn more about Samantha Bitty at her website SamanthaBitty.com or check her out on Twitter and Insta @Samantha_Bitty #sexhealth #consent #sexeducation

Cracking Cyber Security Podcast from TEISS
teissTalk: Testing your EQ - using emotional intelligence to retain talent and reduce cyber risk

Cracking Cyber Security Podcast from TEISS

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 47:35


Building, leading and retaining emotionally intelligent infosec teamsHow good EQ can help CISOs understand, communicate and address risk across the organisationWhere can automation tools support analyst retention and EQ development?

Buddhist Society of Western Australia
Emotional Intelligence | Ajahn Brahm | 13 May 2022

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 67:49


Ajahn Brahm talks about the importance of using our emotional intelligence so we can live in harmony with other people. Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon. To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the teaching you want and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.

Becoming Your Highest Self
Resistance to Feel

Becoming Your Highest Self

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 28:35


Recently I posted in a Facebook group my thoughts on what helps someone really be successful. Two gentleman commented on my post saying they disagreed. This is not a problem at all, but I definitely found it interesting! In this episode, I am sharing my takeaways from that interaction and why I still disagree with their perspective after much thought and consideration.If you would be willing to leave me a Google review, you can do so here: https://g.page/r/CTWwNSkri-VTEAg/reviewTo schedule a consult with me for 1:1 coaching before all spots are taken, visit macierenae.com

The Ambitious Introvert Podcast
The No.1 Soft Skill to Grow Your Business as a Sensitive Introvert

The Ambitious Introvert Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 15:33


In today's solo episode I talk about the highly underutilised business skills of Emotional Intelligence and Empathy. In a world where everyone is pushing marketing, ads and funnels, YOUR innate talents can be extremely beneficial in the business space - providing greater insight and understanding of yourself, and also of your clients. The best thing is not everyone has these soft skills, so as sensitive introverts let's embrace our superpowers and use them to our advantage in our business!I'm sharing:How to bring in emotional intelligence so you can understand your audience (and show them you do)Using self-reflection to see what decisions you'd makeUnderstanding your services and communication though your clients' eyesCreating a safer space for clients to feel confident in contacting youFinding your audience through Facebook groupsChoosing groups that align with your valuesHow to own your sales calls and remove client uncertainty RESOURCESApply for The Ambitious Introvert® MastermindBooks: Download The Ambitious Introvert Book Recommendation ListVisit this episode's blog post here.Join the waitlist to work togetherInstagram: @ambitiousintrovertFacebook: The Ambitious Introvert Network

21st Century Entrepreneurship
Joshua Freedman: The Secret Sauce for Leadership is Emotional Intelligence

21st Century Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 30:11


Joshua Freedman is the CEO and founder of Six Seconds, the largest global network dedicated to emotional intelligence. In this podcast interview, he discusses his vision of leadership and how it has transformed over the years. He talks about how each organization needs to decide what it wants to optimize for, and how this will determine the culture that is built within the company. Freedman explains that emotional intelligence is a key ingredient in successful leadership, and that in order to achieve his vision of a world where emotional intelligence is widely practiced, he needs to build an organizational culture of ownership. This allows people to feel invested in the company and its mission, and ultimately leads to better results. Freedman argues that in order for change to happen within an organization, those in charge must be willing to change themselves. He believes that too often, senior leaders expect others to change without first taking responsibility for their own role in the problem. Only by confronting the reality of the situation and committing to change can performance improve. Joshua also discusses how emotional intelligence can be used to improve one's life and career. He also recommends exploring his website for more information on emotional intelligence, including assessment tools and development courses. Finally, he suggests taking advantage of the new coaching elearning course to help support people who are facing difficulties.

Cuntversation
Emotional Intelligence

Cuntversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 81:07


A cuntversation with our gurl Tanner where we discuss falling out with friends, reciprocation and emotional intelligence.

Ordained Educator
Just Do It (Ep. 192)

Ordained Educator

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 22:39


So often people say, "Just do it." But how often do we do it?  I want women to stop being disorganized, unfulfilled, and stuck.  Listen in if you need your vision to become more of a  reality.  Join the FREE Mastermind Sunday, June 5, 2022, at 4 pm EST if you really want to put it into action. Text "Mastermind" to 810-321-5365 and join the movement from procrastination to ACTION with PROOF.   Are you SUPER clear as to what your natural gifts are that will get you to your desired destination?  Do you know your blind spots and how to overcome them?  Go to www.simplytomorrow .com and get your FREE behavior analysis TODAY.Find Brigitte Brown Jackson on Social Media:Website: https://brigittebrownjackson.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS7vVHb-_jBIGG51ZgDbXyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrigitteTransformsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/BrigitteTransformsLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brigitte-jackson-ed-s-b784952bClubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/@brigittejacksonSolvv: https://www.solvv.com @BrigitteTransformsThanks for listening! Subscribe and give us a review.  Please provide us with feedback and show ideas at:  https://brigittebrownjackson.com/podcast or  ordainededucator@gmail.com.Contact us if you would like to be a guest on the show.Get your  FREE GIFT from me: http://bit.ly/FREEPDFPOWERFUL of the book Powerful: Grow in You and Unlock Your Purpose  or Purchase a book TODAY on Amazon.com.  https://bit.ly/PowerfulGrowInYouUnlockYourPurpose 

Liberate Your People Pleaser Podcast
The One Thing You Need to Know

Liberate Your People Pleaser Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 19:36


Whether you work on a team or your “team” is your family or friends, we all have teams that we are apart of.  In today's episode of Liberate Your People Pleaser I'll share the biggest break through I've experienced professionally!  It was when I realized how emotional intelligence impacted how effective I was as a leader and how effective the team was that I was working with. This was so impactful to me, I teach it now to leaders and teams. And of course, our families and often groups of friends are also “teams.” How functional and effective they are is all about our emotional intelligence and ability to build trust and create an environment where there can be healthy conflict.  If you like Today's Episode, please don't hesitate to post a 5-Stars review if you're listening to the Podcast on Apple iTunes or Spotify and leave us a review telling us how our podcast helped you in a specific aspect of your life. It makes me so happy to see listeners' feedback because it motivates me to create content that is impactful for you and other listeners. Find out more about Brenda at www.brendaflorida.com -Get the deets on The Solve It Method™ Digital Program HERE. - Instagram: @BrendaFloridaCoach - Are you curious about coaching with me? Click HERE and complete my quick "Curious about Coaching" form. - Curious about Emotional Intelligence and how to have a high functioning team? Email me at Brenda@BrendaFlorida.com  

The Doc of Detox Show
The BraveHeart Emotional Intelligence Masterclass - Act 13 - Bring Health Home

The Doc of Detox Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 34:35


www.BraveHeartNation.comwww.docofdetox.com/our-serviceswww.docofdetoxlibrary.comwww.NewWorldPractitioner.comwww.personaltreatmentandtraining.comIxtapa World Training & Healing Centre - The Adventure Of A LifetimeJoin our alternate channels to REWATCH and SHARE this ground breaking live stream.T.me/TheDocOfDetoxRumble: Doc Of DetoxBitchute: Doc Of DetoxJoin Us On Odyssee: @docofdetoxwww.personaltreatmentandtraining.com www.newworldpractitioner.comwww.docofdetox.com/our-servicesSome of our shows are too hot to live on FB and YT , so we repost them here, beat the censorship and get informed!T.me/TheDocOfDetoxRumble: Doc Of DetoxBitchute: Doc Of DetoxJoin Us On Odyssee: @docofdetox

Remarkable People Podcast
Sharon Grossman | Taking Risks, Embracing Uncertainty, & Avoiding Burnout through Work Life Balance | E88

Remarkable People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 123:39


This week, you're not only going to hear about what is burnout, how to recover from burnout, how to avoid burnout, but you're going to hear Sharon's remarkable story of how she was born in Israel came to America, went back to Israel, came back to America, went to college, got a, master's got a PhD.Then, she put all this together with her life experiences so she can help people like you and me get well. So this truly is a remarkable episode where you're going to be entertained with Sharon's story. You're also going to get life nuggets throughout the episode. And then at the end, we not only transition to the practical, how to, you know, listen, do, repeat for life kind of stuff. But on top of it, Sharon offers our listeners a very generous free offer. To help you avoid and heal from burnout. So get ready for this amazing remarkable episode of the podcast. The Dr. Sharon Grossman story.“Somethings things are hard, but it doesn't mean they are bad.” – Sharon GrossmanGUEST BIO: Dr. Sharon Grossman helps 6- and 7-figure executives go from Exhausted to Extraordinary™. Using her 3-step method, you learn how to overcome anxiety, overwhelm, and burnout in 90 days or less. Dr. Sharon is the author of the international bestseller, The 7E Solution to Burnout, a psychologist, and success coach. She shares tips and strategies as a keynote speaker and on her weekly podcast, Decode Your Burnout. EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video Guide SHOW NOTES, GUEST CONTACT INFO, SPECIAL OFFERS, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Guest Contact Info:Website: https://drsharongrossman.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharongrossmanPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/decode-your-burnout-formerly-optimize-your-life/id1548603864Guest Special Offer(s):Listeners can download a FREE Burnout Checklist to see how they are doing: https://drsharongrossman.com/burnoutchecklist/Resources Mentioned: Book a 30-minute Breakthrough Session with Dr. Sharon: www.bookachatwithsharon.comGet the self-coaching burnout book: www.7esolution.com HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Subscribe, Rate, & Review  us on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite Podcast PlayerShare the podcast or specific episodes with your family, friends, and co-workersSponsor an Episode or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you and people like you around the world! HAVE A QUESTION?Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold, or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will.Support the show

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2345: Digging a Little Deeper to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence by Karl Staib of Dig to Fly

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:35


Karl Staib of DigToFly discusses how to develop your emotional intelligence Episode 2345: Digging a Little Deeper to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence by Karl Staib of Dig to Fly Karl Staib is an author that seeks out growth at every turn. It's why he writes. He wants to process his thoughts and emotions, learn from them and share them with the world. He grew up in a little town in Pennsylvania called Pipersiville. He moved to Austin, TX in this mid twenties and now he is living in San Antonio with his wife and two boys. If you enjoy his writing, he encourages you to reach out to him at DigToFly.com. He wants to hear about how you've learned to grow from your own struggles. When his father passed it was focusing on gratitude that helped him get through one of the most difficult times in his life. It taught him the importance of bringing gratitude to every single situation. Whether it's a difficult situation like his father's death or amazing one like drinking ice cold tea by the river with his son. That's why he wants to bring more gratitude into the workplace. His work inside a fortune 500 company that regularly ranks in top 10 for best place to work has shown him the importance of gratitude and how it increases productivity and communication. If you want to learn more just go to DigToFly.com. He is also a big fan of traveling, meditation, Yoga, hikes in lush terrain and his family. The original post is located here: https://digtofly.com/digging-deeper-emotional-intelligence/   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Coming Clean Podcast
Empowering and Uniting Latina Women with Deyanira Martinez - Journalist, Speaker, Author, Ep #125

Coming Clean Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:29


I met Deyanira a few weeks ago at a conference she held in my town of Austin, TX. I was so intrigued by her passion and mission that I knew I wanted her on the show. She is a powerhouse Latina who is empowering other Latina women to tell their stories and elevate their lives.Deyanira Martinez is a bilingual freelance writer and journalist who writes about prominent personalities, women's empowerment, and social issues in the bicultural community of New York. She is a TV host, producer, and blogger who conducts the weekly TV segment Conversando Con Deya. Her professional career includes 18 years in advertising at The New York Times. She is also co-chair of the newspaper's Latino network. Deyanira has appeared in Univision's Despierta América and her articles have been published by USA Networks, Latin TRENDS, El Especial, and MY Lifestyle magazine. She regularly serves as emcee and moderator of corporate events, galas, radio host and art expos. Deyanira has received many awards for her work on TV and has become an authority in the community for her professionalism and work ethics. Deyanira Martinez holds a degree in journalism from Universidad Central del Este and a degree in business administration from Queens College, City University of New York.You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...How “Mujeres que se atreven y superan límites” got started (2:18)Why breaking the stereotype of the “quiet pretty” Latina is so important (7:27)The importance of teaching your children Spanish (13:45)Why education does not have to be Ivy League to be important (18:16)How showing up authentically as a Latina gives hope to others (26:56)Resources & People MentionedMUJERES QUE SE ATREVEN Y SUPERAN LIMITES bookConnect with DeyaniraTheir websiteOn InstagramOn TwitterOn LinkedinConnect With Peter O. Estévezwww.peteroestevezshow.com Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PeterOEstevezShow/Follow Peter O. Estevéz Show on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevezshow/Follow Peter on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevez/

Mind Architect
Sezonul 6, Special 02 Care este relația românilor cu emoțiile

Mind Architect

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 68:17


Ai avut vreodată dificultăți în a simți o emoție sau ai observat pe cineva drag care trăiește asta? Îți sunt familiare expresiile nu mai plange, nu ai de ce sa fii supărat și nu-ți fie frică? Cum crezi că arată relația noastră cu emoțiile dificile, în România? Spre finalul acestui sezon, vorbim în episodul special de astăzi cu Ioana Ursu, psiholog clinician și psihoterapeut CBT în formare, despre nivelul de alfabetizare emoțională la români. Resurse: 1. Emotional Intelligence and the Tendency to Use Dysfunctional Cognitive Schemas, Odette Dimitrescu, Mihaela Negrescu, 2015, articol - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.03.056 2. Differences in Empathic Concern and Perspective Across 63 Countries, 2016, articol - https://doi.org/10.1177/0022022116673910 3. Cross-cultural Perspectives on the Role of Empathy During COVID-19. Sustainability, 2021, articol - https://doi.org/10.3390/su13137431 4. Cercetare World Giving Index, studiu, 2021 - https://www.cafonline.org/docs/default-source/about-us-research/cafworldgivingindex2021_report_web2_100621.pdf 2. Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman, psiholog și jurnalist științific, carte, 1995 Contact Ioana Ursu: https://www.facebook.com/Psiholog-Ioana-Ursu-110867054895013/?ti=as

Do That Well
Do That Well: EQ_Part 1

Do That Well

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 58:24


In the first part of a two part series, Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown have an honest conversation about Emotional Intelligence also known as the Emotion Quotient. They explore two key components of EQ and reflect on examples from their own lives of this complex topic in the hopes of inspiring listeners to embark on their own EQ learning journey.Link to the article: positivepyschology.com

EQ for Entrepreneurs
#240: High EQ for Unhealthy Reasons, Habit & Behavior Audit to Come From Healthy Place

EQ for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:16


This episode is sponsored by LimaCharlie Network. Visit https://www.limacharlienetwork.com/ to connect with other amazing Active Duty Military & Prior Service Podcasters & Influencers.    In this episode I share a couple insights from a recent Coaching client w/very high Emotional Intelligence scores.    How emotionally intelligent are you?    Where did you develop your EQ from?    When did you start your EQ journey?   Why did you start working on your emotional growth?    Consider doing a Habit / Behavior Audit to assess why you do what you do?    Are you coming from an emotionally healthy place? How do you know?    Are you performing for someone else, in attempts to receive their approval or validation?    If you're ready to take your emotional growth to the next level, join the EQ Mafia at https://www.eqgangster.com/.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Marie Gervais, Ph.D on ”The Spirit of Work: Connecting Science, Business Practices and Our Spirit for a Happier and More Productive Workplace.”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:57


“Healthy workplaces are characterized by strong communication, mutual respect, and attention to work relationships” and “there's no denying that work and workplaces are experiencing a crisis.” (Dr. Marie Gervais, whose newly released book, The Spirit of Work) is “a path to the enhancement of the soul.” Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/md088Ynx0ek   For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and modern workplaces. On today's episode #214, we will be speaking with Dr. Marie Gervais[i] the CEO of Shift Management Inc and the author of The Spirit of Work[ii]," where she offers a high-level yet approachable model in rethinking how we view and structure work. Her book delves into the fascinating relationship between people and work, combining ancient wisdom, modern science, spirituality, and real-world examples to share insights into developing a soul-sustaining workplace culture. She also has a podcast herself, The Culture and Leadership Podcast[iii] where she dives deeper into this topic. After releasing three interviews this year on workplace burnout, it's been clear that workplaces around the world are indeed experiencing a crisis, as I've had many messages relating to individuals with their specific workplace struggle and Dr. Gervais highlights this new workplace problem in the beginning of her book when she shares that “statistics about workplace engagement, happiness and satisfaction have shown consistent decline and saw significant change since the event of the coronavirus pandemic.” (The Spirit of Work). If you are a leader, change-maker, or anyone looking to build a humane and sustainable system of work, and can see that something needs to change in today's workplace, this interview is for you. I hope we can all learn some new perspectives to create happier workplaces where productivity and creativity soars by looking at how to build our future managers with skills that are based on what humans need to succeed and develop in our future workplaces. In today's episode we will cover: The interconnections between science, business practices and sacred texts as they relate to work Find practical tools and workplace examples to apply to management as a soul-enhancing journey Rethink common but destructive workplace cultural assumptions To see ourselves as a spiritual being with thoughts and actions that have lasting effects This episode has already made me move from my thinking/intellectual mind, and see what we can learn together when we incorporate our spirit and soul into our daily work. Let's meet Dr. Marie Gervais! Welcome Dr. Gervais! It's wonderful to meet you. Thank you for coming on the podcast all the way from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada which I always consider my home country, because that's where I grew up. Dr. Gervais, congratulations on releasing your new book, The Spirit of Work, that I watched you unbox[iv]. I know how exciting it is to put your heart, soul and mind into something and release it to the world. I related when you said that releasing this book was like pushing a bolder up a hill. How has this journey to release this book been for you? I've got to mention the story behind your episode, because there's always so many twists and turns with creating content. While researching each guest for this podcast, I put a considerable amount of thought into what I wanted to ask, look for ways that what I want to ask is being mirrored in the world so our interview can help others for years to come, and I begin to connect with that person (I'd say on a soul level) in this research process. Something that's never happened to me in all my years of content creation. While preparing for your interview, something unexpected happened and I actually lost the 5-page script I'd written, after I had finished it and sent it to your team. I saved it and then after opening it again, it was just blank. Your team got the blank version. I'll never know what happened, (and it might not be worth the time to look into that) but the file somehow became corrupt, as you saw, and I had to stop, think about it all, and recreate your questions.   I know there are always lessons to learn with everything we do and I really do think it happened for a reason to make me think hard about The Spirit of Work that I noticed after creating your questions. When this spirit is present, it drives our work in an entirely different way. INTRO Q: What do you think about this AHA Moment connected to your book and this interview that perhaps I needed to rethink my original questions for you and recreate them from more of a soul level, than mind? Q1: What does the Spirit of Work mean to you and how did a negative experience from your job led you to continuously ask questions about workplace culture leading you to write this book? Q2: We have covered the idea that human beings live simultaneously on three planes (our spiritual/soul side, intellectual/mental side and physical side on many episodes, starting with Dr. Daniel Siegel who talked about “Mindsight[v]” as being “the basis for social and emotional intelligence,” or Dr. John Medina[vi] who mentioned Theory of Mind as a way to connect to others on a deeper level,  my mentor Bob Proctor talked about paying attention to our spiritual side all the time in the creative process and Greg Link mentioned that even when we die, our spirit still exists. Why is the mind/body/soul connection important to you and your work? Q3: I do believe that we create what we imagine and that “we build systems around the outcomes of our beliefs to prove the veracity of our beliefs” (Spirit of Work). How can we build workplaces we love where we can be with others in healthy, enjoyable interactions, that build prosperity and solve conflicts easily? Where do we even begin to make the change that you see? Q4- I saw a quote that made sense to me, and I'm sure anyone listening would agree that “true leaders don't create followers” they create more leaders, but often there's no room for new ideas in our corporate world and its rare, if not impossible to go from the bottom of an organization, to the very top, without someone leaving, proving themselves somewhere else, and coming back with a promotion. Taking this leap outside of an organization (to a new one) is a difficult one, but so often it's the ONLY way for someone to push past this block and forge their own path. What's behind this concept where managers or leaders DO NOT create other leaders, but squash them into a corner, so they have to end up quitting, and proving themselves somewhere else? Is this a fearful leader, and what needs to change for this quote to ring true in more organizations? Q5: For someone who was promoted into a position of leadership (maybe someone with a tech background who didn't have to worry about people skills in the past) and they now find they are dealing with people and all their complexity (mind/body/soul).  What keys to success would you offer this person to unlock the skills that will accelerate anyone in the workplace? Q6: What are some common mistakes that you see in the workplace that leaders can avoid with your experience? Q7: This type of training was left out of ALL the corporate training I ever went through, but was at the center of the work I did while in the motivational speaking industry. We were always looking at how our past would show up in our present-day life, and identify subconscious blocks that might be holding us back. Bob Proctor called them paradigms, or beliefs that have turned into habits over time, that either work for us, or against us. How can leaders help their team members to identify their subconscious blocks to move them forward and towards their goals? Q8: Your call to “rethink work, informed by new understandings about the greatness we are destined to achieve as a human race” is a noble cause that takes thought from all of us. Maybe it was why I lost my original questions, so I had to THINK about them again, and ask them in a way that they came from my heart (from my emotional side after crying a bit) but it made me think about how I bring my “soul” to each interview. What do you want our listeners to take away from this interview? What are your final thoughts we should all take some time to ponder for a bit? Q9: For people to learn more about your book, podcast and the work you do at Shift Management Inc, is the best place to learn more, your website? https://shiftworkplace.com/ Thank you for meeting with me today, and sharing your vision for a happier, more productive workplace with the world. You've given me a lot to think about, and strategies to shift to soul-enhancing thoughts that bring joy with my work, and ways that we can all shift away from when we are soul-diminishing. FOLLOW DR. MARIE GERVAIS Website - http://shiftworkplace.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/shiftworkplace Email - marie@shiftworkplace.com c 780-993-1062 www.shiftworkplace.com/the-spirit-of-work REFERENCES: [i] https://shiftworkplace.com/ [ii] https://shiftworkplace.com/the-spirit-of-work/ [iii] https://shiftworkplace.com/podcast [iv] https://www.instagram.com/p/CdG1iHVolJP/ [v]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #28 with Dr. Daniel Siegel on “Mindsight as the Basis for Social and Emotional Intelligence”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/clinical-professor-of-psychiatry-at-the-ucla-school-of-medicine-dr-daniel-siegel-on-mindsight-the-basis-for-social-and-emotional-intelligence/ [vi][vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #42 with Dr. John Medina on “Implementing Brain Rules in Our Schools and Workplaces of the Future”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/dr-john-medina-on-implementing-brain-rules-in-the-schools-and-workplaces-of-the-future/  

Book Insights Podcast
Book Lounge | Emotional Intelligence 2.0 with Christina Eanes

Book Insights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:40


Today in the Book Lounge, Tom & Karin discuss the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 with special guest Christina Eanes. Each week Book Insights creator and author of The 50 Classics Series Tom Butler-Bowdon and Memo'd Program Manager Karin Richey invite you to join their fun and casual conversation about the book of the week. Hear what they love it about, what they don't, how they rate it, and how it can advance your work and life. You'll learn why it was selected to be part of the curated list of Book Insights, and what's new with the book or the author currently. This week, Tom and Karin offer you insight on: *The value of emotional intelligence, how it can increase your salary, improve your relationships and save you wasted time and energy. *The difference between IQ and EQ and the ways most people misunderstand and undervalue each. *Defining internal and external emotional intelligence, and discussing techniques to increase your E.Q. Want quick saveable, shareable bullet points on today's podcast? Check out the Memo: https://memod.com/KarinRichey/emotional-intelligence-2-0-with-christina-eanes-4296 Show Notes: https://christinaeanes.com/ https://christinaeanes.podbean.com/ What is the difference between Book Insights episodes and Book Lounge episodes? Book Insights are formal, structured summary, analysis and exploration of a bestselling nonfiction book. Each episode is read by a professional voice actor and will introduce a new title selected specifically for its value to your work and life. Book Lounge episodes are casual discussions about the book, the author, and anything else that comes along through the course of conversation. It's more of a broad chat about how the book relates to current, everyday life. Should I listen to both the Book Insight and the Book Lounge episode on the same book? Sure! Each episode works fine as a standalone piece, so no requirement to listen to both or to listen in any particular order, but we definitely recommend (and think you'll enjoy!) both. Think of it like reading a book and liking it so much you want to chat about it on the porch with a friend. That is the vibe at the Book Lounge. Like what you hear? Be sure to like & subscribe to support this podcast! Also leave a comment and let us know your thoughts on the episode. You can also get a free weekly email about the Book Insight of the week. Subscribe at memod.com/insights Production Assistance: Daniel Gonzalez Hosts: Tom Butler-Bowdon & Karin Richey

BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence
44. Why Your Emotional Intelligence and Grit May Determine How Successful You Are with Leadership Coach Dr. Neeta Bhushan

BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 29:54


In this rewind episode, Host Paola Soares speaks with former cosmetic dentist turned best-selling author, international speaker, serial entrepreneur, sought-after leadership coach, and trainer, Dr. Neeta Bhushan. Neeta who is also the Founder of the Global GRIT institute, co-founder of the Dharma Coaching Institute and 3x time author of the best-selling books including Emotional GRIT: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts, and Change Your World, She is also the host of The Brave Table Podcast–an oasis for all the unpredictable moments we face on our journey through life: the raw, the real, the messy & how to overcome them and thrive. Bhushan left her 7 figure dental practice to set out on a self discovery journey which led her across 45 countries while simultaneously developing research. Sparked by her own life experiences overcoming multiple extreme adversities, including being orphaned at a young age, surviving an abusive marriage of domestic violence, and overcoming extensive loss, her breakthrough research in Emotional Grit has been endorsed & utilized by renowned leaders, corporations, students and organizations around the world. In this episode Neeta discusses the power of emotional grit and what it is, why emotional grit might be the determining factor to make you successful and how to decode your genius!   Connect with Neeta:   Instagram: @neetabhushan    globalgrit.co Let's Connect:   Instagram: @butfirstshefailed But First, She Failed FB Community Email:paola@butfirstshefailed.com

Wellness Force Radio
Amy Piper | Tapping For Truth: The Science + Spiritual Power of Becoming Your Own Healer Through Tapping

Wellness Force Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:31


Emotional Acupuncture is an easy way to reference it but what EFT Tapping really is, is your connecting with these meridian points as you verbalize a concern or an issue in your life and you're making it neutral at its very core. You're neutralizing a pattern that's not good for you; maybe it's just general stress and anxiety or a traumatic event that occurred. It's all the range. - Amy Piper Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness + Wisdom Episode 448 EFT practitioner and trainer at Tapping for Truth, Amy Piper, explains the science and differences between EFT Tapping, EMDR, and talk therapy plus why EFT is a safe, fast tool to help you heal emotional weight, trapped emotions, and let go of trauma. Are you ready to take your healing to the next level? Find out how EFT Tapping can give you the results you want swiftly and safely when other forms of therapy haven't worked out or if you want to supplement this with something else. Tapping for Truth with Amy Piper Use the code 'JOSH' in your subject line and message to Amy for a 15% discount for her 1:1 sessions and a 10% discount for her EFT trainings. 1:1 Sessions with Amy When you work with Amy, you and her will create a personalized plan for your EFT Tapping Sessions. She will help you determine where you're feeling stuck, identify core beliefs, and clear any limiting beliefs preventing you from being your most authentic self. As you work together, the emotional intensity around a particular issue or experience will be released. This will make room for greater clarity and insight, encoding new positive beliefs. EFT Trainings Why learn tapping techniques? EFT tapping is a simple and effective way to clear anxiety, neutralize traumatic memories, eliminate addictive cravings and address physical conditions such as chronic pain, allergies, fibromyalgia, and a variety of other limitations to a healthy state of body and mind. Why Amy? Amy is a Certified Trainer of EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Techniques) for Tapping the Matrix Academy, offering training in EFT Levels One and Two Listen To Episode 448 As Amy Piper Uncovers: [1:30] Emotional Acupuncture: A How-To Guide to EFT Tapping Amy Piper Tapping for Truth Joe DiStefano Runga Use the code 'JOSH' in your subject line and message to Amy for a 15% discount for the 1:1 sessions and a 10% discount for the EFT trainings. Amy walks Josh through a tapping session that you can watch and follow along on YouTube HERE. What EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping is and why it is such a powerful practice to neutralize thoughts, patterns, and negative behaviors. The massive death and rebirth Josh went through on 2-22-22 with the launch of Wellness + Wisdom. How EFT Tapping and its practice have evolved for her both personally and professionally. Why the more EFT Tapping you do, the easier it is to move forward with your personal inner work goals. The origins of EFT Tapping and how someone actually came upon by accident. Gary Craig | EFT Tapping How often and when on average someone can do EFT Tapping to help heal trauma. [9:30] Differences between EFT Tapping, EMDR, and Talk Therapy Breaking down how EFT Tapping is different from other techniques like EMDR and talk therapy. What often leads people to try EFT Tapping after other healing practices like talk therapy. How EFT Tapping helps uncover where trauma is being held in the brain and throughout the rest of the body. The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk Why some areas of the brain like the amygdala, the limbic system, and other autonomic areas do not respond to spoken language and that's where EFT Tapping comes in to neutralize it. Finding the middle ground of science and emotional intelligence plus EFT Tapping's role with it. The everyday practical use of EFT Tapping to help you become grounded. Her interest in practicing kundalini yoga and the powerful phrase they always say: "We're householders." [17:30] The Science Behind EFT Tapping Exploring the science behind EFT Tapping and how it works to help us calm down, heal, and stress less throughout the day. The different organs and emotions each meridian pathway connects to in the body. Why the verbal part of EFT Tapping is essential because you are working with the pre-frontal cortex as well. Different pathways you can take during a session and why you might start with only speaking first. Meridian Emotion Spreadsheet How Amy discovered EFT Tapping and used it to help her better understand the relationship patterns she was stuck in. What this practice revealed to Amy about her stuck relationship pattern and how it helped her heal her sadness. Other times Amy has used it to help her heal when she has needed it. The moment Amy decided to go further into EFT Tapping and begin a career with it. How trauma and beliefs that were formed from ages 0-7 heal differently compared to those experienced and formed when we're older. The fact that 90% or so of how we show up in the world is subconscious. [28:00] Healing Emotional Weight & Trapped Emotions How EFT Tapping can help people heal their weight issues and find out when these belief systems were created. Steps she follows to help people dial in on the emotional weight they're holding onto. Why someone could be working out and eating well but then their body holds onto excess weight that is connected to the emotions, thoughts, and patterns they need to heal. Questions she asks people to help them connect the dots to patterns and why they're feeling the way they are or acting a certain way in a situation. How EFT Tapping will really bring up trauma that needs to be healed even if somebody is spiritually bypassing with yoga, meditation, or other wellness practices. The fact that it's okay if you're not ready for EFT Tapping or to move forward after one session; go at your own pace and seek guidance when you need it. [38:00] The Safe Process of EFT Tapping How EFT Tapping creates a safe container for people to heal and it doesn't have to be a long-term process. Why many people may only need 3-5 sessions to help them work through and clear what they want to heal. Josh's own relationship patterns before he met Carrie Michelle. How she helps people who are resistant at first to trying EFT Tapping when they come to her for their first session. Why people who have been assaulted or molested may not be ready to tap yet when they first seek out help. How every EFT session is driven by the client and what they want to work on; someone like Amy will gently guide and lead but they let the client take full reign. Why many people will distance themselves from the trauma they want to heal and how she responds to it. How she helps people clear shame first and foremost before working on other areas. What surrogate tapping is and how you can do it to help an animal or a baby. The different in-person and virtual EFT Tapping trainings that she offers. Some of the beliefs that Amy was carrying around like prosperity, money, and self-worth that she didn't even realize were there until she began tapping. The differences between Level 1 and Level 2 EFT Tapping training and what you will learn in each. Power Quotes From The Show Combining EFT Tapping & Talk Therapy "Clients that are coming to me have often already done talk therapy 95% of the time and they have learned a lot from it but they're still having panic attacks, trauma patterns keep repeating or they're still having trouble in their relationship. So, where EFT Tapping comes in, and it's a beautiful compliment to talk therapy if people want to do both, is we're getting after where it is held in the brain... ..We're really going after fight or flight and the limbic or the emotional brain. As you talk while you tap, you're really going after the non-verbal part of the brain. You may know why you're having these panic attacks, phobias, addictions or anxious thoughts but you can't stop it until you tap to go after the brain that doesn't recognize spoken language and neutralize it." - Amy Piper Healing Emotional Weight & Trapped Emotions "Often people come to me with weight issues that they want to heal and so I work with them to go back and figure out when did this all started and what was going on in their life at the same time. Just by asking five to six questions, I receive a wealth of information to help them begin including asking, 'What part of this is emotional weight?' Not just diet and exercise but the emotional component and subconscious thoughts as well such as, 'I need this weight to protect me,' because it insulates me from the pain I'm feeling." - Amy Piper Healing Trauma: Peeling Back the Layers "EFT tapping actually doesn't take a long time to help people clear out their trauma so it doesn't have to be a painful process. Some times, for each specific area you want to work on it may only take 3-5 sessions. With each session, you're rapidly peeling back the layers of the anger, resentment, shame, and any other emotions you're feeling. You do have to go through it to heal but I think EFT really provides a safe way to feel and release." - Amy Piper Links From Today's Show  Tapping for Truth Use the code 'JOSH' in your subject line and message to Amy for a 15% discount for the 1:1 sessions and a 10% discount for the EFT trainings. Joe DiStefano Runga Gary Craig | EFT Tapping The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk Meridian Emotion Spreadsheet Shop the Wellness Force Store breathwork.io Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 40% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40' Essential Oil Wizardry: Save 10% with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Amy Piper Instagram Facebook About Amy Piper Amy Piper is an EFT practitioner and trainer in Los Angeles. She works with people both in person and virtually in 1:1 sessions. She also conducts EFT Level I and 2 workshops to train others in EFT, as a tool for themselves, or for professionals to add to an existing healing practice. EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques, more commonly known as 'tapping.' She began her journey with EFT as a client over 15 years ago. Having direct experience with this transformational work, she felt called to train and become certified in these techniques. EFT is commonly referred to as “emotional acupuncture.' It not only releases emotional distress but also goes beyond to reverse negative core beliefs. She loves it because it is powerful and works quickly. Amy's Work in EFT Tapping & Speech-Language Pathology Her formal education is as a speech-language pathologist; I completed my Master's in speech sciences and embarked on this career nearly 20 years ago. She enjoyed working with people specializing in the area of brain injury/trauma within speech pathology, however, she often felt that something was missing. She was working primarily with people who had experienced a traumatic event as part of a rehab team of professionals. When she encountered EFT (tapping), she realized this was the piece that had been missing. EFT has the power to heal traumatic experiences/memories that are held in the body and energy system. Releasing these traumas/painful experiences can have a profound effect on one's health. About the Science of EFT Tapping EFT brings Chinese Acupressure and modern psychology together. It combines gentle tapping on key acupuncture points while focusing your thoughts on physical pain, unhappy memories, uncomfortable emotions, traumas, fears/phobias, or any other problem. EFT works to “smooth out” the energetic disruption between thoughts/ memories and an emotional reaction. The emotional factors that contribute to the problem are typically released along with the energy blocks. The tapping is working directly with the limbic brain, specifically the amygdala, where our stress response (flight/flight) is controlled. Tapping has a direct and immediate effect to down-regulate the amygdala. It's a powerful tool to clear recent traumas or things that happened all the way back in our childhood/early years. As we identify certain patterns in our lives or belief systems that no longer serve us, we can tap to clear these patterns. This allows us to live from a more neutral and joyful place.