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We all have mind chatter, some days it can be less than others, but truth is it is always there!! When we feel empowered and regain a sense of flow with what thoughts we allow to take up space or follow. The tips we explore and share in this episode are intended to help you release the crazy-making mind chatter that could be trying to run the show for you and remind you that the truth is – you are the boss of you!!Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Do you ever find yourself struggling to relate or understand your teen? Our Disciple Thought Leader, Diane Passey, has the perfect program for you! As a parent of seven children, Diane found herself in the middle of hard things she wasn't prepared to navigate. Those heart wrenching and difficult years stirred in her a deep seated desire to support other parents so they would never feel as lost and alone as she had. Diane helps struggling moms of teens build peaceful homes using emotional resilience grounded in scripture, taught with humor and love. She is a coach, teacher, speaker, hosts a podcast, and is writing her first book! Want to learn more about this amazing Disciple Thought Leader? Check out our podcast with Diane!
Have you acknowledged and appreciated what you are good at? What lights you up in your daily life and do you ensure that you share your unique gifts and talents?When we focus upon what we are good at, we not only give others around us permission to do the same, but we offer with authentic soul gifts we came into this life with… something that benefits the collective way beyond our capacity to fathom… listen in to the tips and ideas we share to inspire your authentic alignment.Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
In this episode of the Where Parents Talk podcast, Lianne Castelino speaks to Luis Fernando Llosa, award-winning sportswriter, investigative reporter, editor, speaker, coach, father of 5 and author about his latest book, co-authored with Kim John Payne, called Emotionally Resilient Tweens and Teens.
We have all had family disagreements to one degree or another – it is the nature of human relationships. We believe that there is always a way through these types of situations and inspire you to find your best way through. Reconciling differences and accessing your true essence is crucial. The tips we share in this episode are intended to help you navigate any challenges you may be (or have in the past) experiencing.Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Happily ever after—sounds great, right? Maybe. But it's certainly not realistic. No one can be “happy” all of the time. Because life, and marriage, can be challenging. How you meet those challenges determines how you feel about life, yourself, and your spouse. One thing that can really help is building emotional resilience. Licensed Professional Counselor […] The post The Importance of Emotional Resilience in Life and Marriage appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Leading with purpose and peace starts with YOU, with you accessing the wisdom of your heart and really knowing and sharing the truth of your essence. Truth is that the common thread through all our life purpose themes is to access and share our unique (and sometimes quirky, especially from our perspective!!
Dr. Brooks Gibbs is a social psychologist and award-winning resilience educator who teaches students how to regulate emotions and solve social problems. Over 2,500 schools have hired him to speak allowing him to reach 2 million students face-to-face. His viral videos have amassed more than 300 million views worldwide. Some of the powerful points Dr. Gibbs made: Turning pain into purpose. Teaching students (& adults) how to be emotionally resilient. Insights on curing teens & adults of their offendability. How to love the life they have. How to create an unstoppable human being. How to spot & address errors in thinking, aka conduct a “cognitive dialysis”. 3 Powerful Questions to Begin Building Resilience 1.) How could this be worse? 2.) Why won't this matter in the future? 3.) How could this turn out for my good? Website https://www.brooksgibbs.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brooksgibbs YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/BrooksGibbs Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brooksgibbs/ Teen Crisis Resource www.thehopeline.com If you're ready to take your emotional growth to the next level, join the EQ Mafia at https://www.eqgangster.com/.
Emotional resilience involves your ability to cope mentally and emotionally—and ultimately, stay in control of any negative emotions. This allows you to “roll with the punches” and ride that wave of life as opposed to being thrown around by it. So, let's dig into this topic a bit more. What makes someone emotionally resilient? And how can you become more resilient? What Makes a Person Resilient? You might look at your friends or family and wish you could be as resilient as them. You see them gracefully handling life's adversities, bouncing back after pitfalls, and generally, succeeding in all they set out to do. What gives? What Are the 7 C's of Resilience? Building emotional resilience comes down to seven key pieces, including the 7 C's: How Do I Build Emotional Resilience? Now, let's get to it. How can you build your emotional resilience? Inevitably, you can't just erase life's difficulties. Thus, it comes down to coping with them. So, how can you do that? Building Resilience Takes Time! You won't hit a home run right off the bat. This means you'll probably still get overwhelmed more than a few times. However, pat yourself on the back if you're starting to do something about it and find ways to quell those feelings of overwhelm. People who should listen to this show are psychotherapists, mental health workers
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.When someone has done something wrong or treated us badly, we want an apology. Society has taught us that an apology is how we show remorse and ask forgiveness all wrapped up in the words, I'm sorry. So it makes sense that we'd want that from the person who is to blame for our hurt.In today's short episode, I'm helping Noemi understand where her power lies when it comes to feeling like she needs an apology. We can't make someone apologize for something but we can do something for ourselves that is much more powerful and supportive. For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
Re-Release - How to get feedback that will help you Quick win episode! Women need feedback - they can thrive on it What feedback will help you move forward Questions for your back pocket! How to make sure we don't solely rely on others 5 ways to build and work on your ‘Emotional Resilience' Here are a few tips you can take action on and get some quick wins and give yourself great feedback that will build your confidence but also ASK for the right feedback from others that will develop your career progression. Don't forget you can get my monthly NEWSLETTER that shares the latest around the gender pay gap, book recommendations and good practices that are happening all over the place that support more women to step up and be recognised for the value they bring. Get yours by clicking >> https://www.gemmastow.com/newsletter or book a chat https://calendly.com/gemmastow-1/call-with-gemma What is your company doing to celebrate International Women's day? Get in touch as I have an excellent lunch and learn session that is being booked by companies right now that focuses on self advocacy and how this builds self promotion for women's career progression so that they can start owning their expertise, and speaking up and asking for what they really want which fit is really well with the theme #ChooseTo Challenge. Email me for more info email@example.com or book in a call as there us still time to get it booked in the calendar. #Resources Get the White Paper ‘Visibility at Work: The Importance of Self Promotion for Women's Career Progression: https://bit.ly/WP2020podcast Book a call with Gemma: https://calendly.com/gemmastow-1/call-with-gemma Get the newsletter: https://www.gemmastow.com/newsletter Connect with your host Gemma Stow: Website: https://www.gemmastow.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gemmastow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gemmastow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomorehidingco
I can think of almost no other role in this life that requires as much emotional resilience as being a mom. This episode's guest is Dr. Jen Riday, a mom of 6 with a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies. Jen is uniquely qualified to teach practical tools that bridge the gap between research and "real life,” and I know my conversation with her today will help you assess how you are doing with your own emotional resilience and give you a few practical ideas for how you can develop in this important way. For full show notes, including the three takeaways, go to https://3in30podcast.com/250-emotional-resilience Episode sponsors: BetterHelp: Use the code 3in30 to get 10% off your first month of online therapy! Little Spoon: *** ANNOUNCEMENT My nine-month program called Self-Assured Motherhood will be opening for enrollment in just a couple of weeks, and it goes hand-in-hand with this topic of developing resilience in motherhood.If this is something that piques your interest that you might be interested in joining this year, I've created an interest list where you can sign up to get more information and to be the first to hear when the program opens for enrollment. To get on that email list, go to 3in30podcast.com/interested
What does it mean to thrive? In this conversation we take a deep dive into the definitions we can have for thriving as well as creating peaceful prosperity. Of course, we are all unique and have different ways of expressing ourselves. The intent we hold for you is to dig deep and access your inspired way of being YOU and sharing your gifts.Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.When we get news from our ex sometimes we can feel confusing emotions. Samantha is asking for help figuring out why she's feeling conflicted with this news from her ex. Listen in as I teach her how to figure out what's really going on. Once you can get to the root of what's causing the conflicted emotions, then you can decide how you want to intentionally think and feel moving forward.For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
Ralph De La Rosa teaches about two things, the suffering that comes from emotional confusion and the freedom that comes from emotional intelligence. Ralph began practicing meditation in 1996 and has taught meditation since 2008. He was a student of Amma's, the hugging saint, for 16 years. He began studying Buddhism in 2005. Ralph's work … Continue reading "187. Ralph De La Rosa – Don't Tell Me to Relax: Emotional Resilience in the Age of Rage, Feels, and Freak-Outs" The post 187. Ralph De La Rosa – Don't Tell Me to Relax: Emotional Resilience in the Age of Rage, Feels, and Freak-Outs first appeared on School for Good Living Podcasts.
We've all heard the talk about self care by taking a bath or getting your hair or nails done. This is all fine and good to do, but it's not what I'll be focusing on in this divorce self care episode. When we go through divorce, we need a different type of self care. Listen in as I talk about self care in terms of external and internal needs, why it's important for us to learn what these types of self care are and how we can show up for ourselves meeting all of those needs. In this episode you'll learn:What self care really means.The two types of self care and why they're both important to our mental and emotional health.How to show up for yourself filling your external needs.How to show up for yourself filling your internal needs.What will change for you and your life once you learn to provide these kinds of self care. To schedule your free consult with me click here.Make sure to follow and rate the podcast on your favorite podcasting app.For more information and full show notes go to:https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/post/divorce-self-care
We are all powerful Creator Beings whether we are consciously in tune with this idea or not, we believe that we can develop into an easier way of allowing ideas to land, develop and flow through us. We share several different tips and mindset ideas to help you tune into your zone of genius… which one of these tips resonate with you best?Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.Sherri wants to know if she will ever stop grieving. Listen in as I answer Sherri's question about grief and how to deal with it now and in the future when it shows up unexpectedly.For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
Ep#118 What I've found is that the benefits of cultivating a meditative mind extend way beyond the confines of a daily practice. Over time the experience of meditation can offer a genuine recalibration of how we meet life itself. Today's guest, Neil McKinlay has spent his adult life studying and practicing meditation. But he has also been a parent and partner, author and competitive swim coach. These diverse experiences lend Neil's presentation and passion for the practice of embodied meditation. Well aware of the challenges and opportunities a full contemporary life poses for meditation practice, Neil speaks to the realities of both with candor and inspiration. In addition to offering in-person instruction in Victoria, BC, Neil leads two online communities (The Living Meditation Network and The Online Gatherings), where people can find support and encouragement, inspiration and empowerment in a community of practitioners. He also hosts the Bringing Meditation to Life podcast. Neil's expertise is guiding individuals who want to integrate meditation more seamlessly into their everyday lives.Neil McKinlayOnline Meditation CoursesOnline Meditation RetreatsBringing Meditation To Life Podcast
We love the gentleness of creating more grace and ease in all aspects of our lives. In this week's episode we both share a variety of tips to help navigate and dissolve problems or issues that may arise as you shift toward creating the best version of YOU!! In this conversation we mentioned a technique that Moira has developed to help you access your inner wisdom by feeling your yes and no answers… here is a link to download the pdf: Body Pendulum HandoutHave you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Another solo episode from Victoria this week as she walks you through her model for what she calls “emotional hygiene” - the practice of becoming clear on one's emotional landscape prior to interacting with others. Victoria walks you through: Why emotional regulation isn't always desired How Non-Violent Communication can go very wrong if regulation isn't present Her analogy and model around creating emotional hygiene - including a practical how-to on establishing emotional clarity, developing an emotional sorting process and a decision-making pattern of what to take from that forward into conversation The complexity of navigating emotional clarity and how to allow yourself the time and space to do this Having whole conversations with people - and why we don't Attachment styles and how that changes the way we show up in intimate conversations, and why we often don't have whole conversations or emotionally regulate effectively How to change your behavior if emotional regulation and coherence is something that you find challenging Stay tuned to the END this week for all of the Unveil updates, if you're interested in how the podcast is evolving and the news from the Unveil team. You may want to listen to our previous podcast episodes on How to Communicate in a Way that has Impact but Honors the Truth: Non-Violent Communication Broken Down and Nervous System Regulation: What Does That Mean? Is It Really the ”Key to Life”? And How Can You Navigate the Nervous System as a Novice? Next week we have ANOTHER great guest – and the interviews are going to become more of a podcast fixture over time so if you have someone you'd like us to interview – let us know! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org And do Subscribe to our podcast if you want to receive more content like this. For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Follow @theunveilpodcast @theunveilacademy and @victorialfenton on social media The Unveil Academy Founding Member Cohort is still open for registration: unveilacademy.com/launch for details, or unveilacademy.com/admissions The Aletheia Clinic – check out our services now
Learn how to raise your own internal standards on how you speak, think and treat yourself when shit hits the fan. Mess ups, mistakes, uh-ohs are an essential part of the ecosystem of your personal evolution and NOT A PROBLEM when you have these tools in your arsenal. Also how your Human Design/Gene Keys can help you and UNFORGETTABLE + outrageous analogies so these tools stick. SUMMER SPECIAL: Easiest problem solver + energetic upgrade since swiping right. Get yours --> https://courtneylove.as.me/fresh45MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Brilliant Marriage Life Coach + high-caliber human Maggie Reyes + her tool of Do-Over Outrageous analogies like: Peeing in plants, my kid is an asshole, scum between my toes, the power pause and more!Access behind-the-scenes of the Un-fuck-with-able journey hereJoin Unfuckwithable Community Instagram (+ life) is better with me CLG in your feed on the daily. Come kick it with me @courtneylovegavin
It's something I've found makes such a difference between my clients who are able to feel better, create momentum to move forward and create the kinds of lives and businesses they really want and the ones who continue to stay stuck much longer than they'd like. This difference in the ability to create change, show up in their lives differently and DO the things that once held them back is tied to one thing: EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE. Emotional resilience is the difference between feeling like you're sitting in the driver's seat of your life, and feeling like you're all the mercy of an out-of-control rollercoaster. On this episode, you'll learn: • What emotional resilience is • Symptoms of emotional turbulence • How you can feel better EVEN in the same circumstances • 5 ways you can grow this skill set starting today • How it makes you a healthier mom • Why it's a game-changer as a business owner Have questions about this episode, or other questions about business, mindset, motherhood, productivity and time? Submit your Qs to me via DM over on Instagram, and I'll cover them on Thursday Live Q+As. Message me starting with the words "Thursday Q+A" followed by your question. Don't yet follow me in IG? Connect here. Are you on the list?The next round of MOMENTUM, the signature coaching experience for moms building businesses online will kick off in September! Join the MOMENTUM waitlist to be the first to know when enrollment opens.
Kerry Wisdom-Henbest shares what she has learned about stuffing emotions versus feeling them and how she helps firefighters and first responders process the daily trauma they face. Hear why it is so important for first responders to start learning to process their trauma and her advice for handling trauma and developing emotional resilience. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.jenriday.com/335
Regardless of what level of satisfaction and flow you are experiencing in life, we all have the capacity and desire to up-level, to become more aligned and in flow with our best selves and our best way of being. In today's episode, we explore a variety of tips and ideas to help you align with your truth and your essence in choosing your best way.We'd love for you to let us know what your favourite tips were and share any that you feel we missed.Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!!https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Join Hailey in August's solo episode as she shares her recent takeaways from inner shadow work, her tips for supporting yourself while processing painful emotions, and the importance of FEELING YOUR FEELINGS! This is the perfect introductory episode for those curious about what the phrase "shadow work" means, how to find more joy + lightness while healing your shadows, and Hailey's recommendations for coping with painful emotions. Whip out your journal and get ready to set yourself up for success in the next season of your life by going inwards, taking emotional inventory, and making more space for new & expansive experiences. Again, a disclaimer that all opinions are my own (I'm not a licensed therapist or health practitioner) & always TRUST yourself and utilize the resources that you know you best benefit from. TUNE IN FOR: +HUGE exciting podcast announcements (!!) +Why we need to change the narrative around having shadows +Tips for gaining inner clarity & healing your shadows +Why we need to feel our feelings! +Hailey's thoughts on tracing/rationalizing thoughts +Why we need to integrate our body into the emotional spectrum (somatic healing & resources to learn more) +How to re-frame your perspective around painful emotions & a journaling resource to guide you in the next season of your life +And so much more! AS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: +Sahara Rose's Podcast Episode on Somatic Healing ft. Sarah Baldwin +Organic Olivia's Podcast Episode on Upgrading Your Body Through Emotional Breakthroughs ft. Julie Tracy +Lucy's Guided Clarity Journaling Session for "What's Next?" and Life Transitions CONNECT WITH HAILEY Instagram: @thesunshinesignal Business Inquiries: email@example.com To support the podcast, leave 5-star rating & review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! (XO, BIG LOVE for the support
I have been told I was too emotional my whole life. I have always had big feelings and guess what? That is never going to change. AND it turns out that there is no such thing as being TOO emotional. There is just you and your emotions and the truth of what that looks like for you. We worry a lot about being too emotional and too much for other people, but instead we need to flip our thinking and supporting ourselves being the gorgeous emotional humans that we are. Listen in to find out how.Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theborderlinepersonalitycoach/Book a free discovery call: https://amandahesscoaching.as.me/call
Get your SUMMER SPECIAL. Easiest problem solver + energetic upgrade since swiping right https://courtneylove.as.me/fresh45Failures. Mistakes. Mess-ups. Masterclass on reframing failure and exactly how to turn all your L's into lessons. I'm sharing my most epic fails personally + professionally, the juicy stuff I haven't even told close friends. Plus the ONE reframe the instantly melts away all the sticky icky around failure. I'm a Type-A, Honor Roll, Always The Best, former good girl and recovering perfectionist who was allergic to failure for 30+ years. So if this stubborn Sacral Generator can change her perspective on failure, you for sure can too!ATTENTION: Human Design hotties- I'm a 3/5. Channel of Struggle. 32 Conscious Earth + 32nd Gene Key for my Life Evolution. Right Angle Cross of Maya I, shattering the illusions around failure is literally coded in my DNA. aka I know WTF I'm talking about and want you to get in on this goodness too. Stop looking. Start SEEING. Press Play. Grab your favorite pen, pop a Topo and put earmuffs on the kids bc this episode is rated E for EXCEPTIONAL! Instagram (+ life) is better with me CLG in your feed on the daily. Come kick it with me @courtneylovegavinENJOY THE SHOW? THEN YOU FOR SURE WANT TO....✅ SUBSCRIBE. Get fresh episodes in your feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or search "Pretty Pretty Podcast" on your preferred listening portal.
As we navigate the various chapters and experiences in life, there are times where people we resonated with and clicked with in the past no longer feel on the same wavelength. It is an important aspect of self-care to be aware of the people in your life, how you feel about yourself (and them) when you are with them and lovingly release anyone who does not mesh with you any longer.Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
Welcome to Friday Flip on the Becoming You Again podcast. Every Friday I take your divorce problems, conundrums and questions and do a quick flip around to empower you to show up as the best you after divorce.Nina's divorce was just finalized and is feeling like a failure and weak. Listen in as I offer Nina some advice on deciding for herself what divorce means and how she can begin to look at divorce in a different way that feels much better than a failure and something that makes her weak. For more info on how to work one on one with me go to: https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/
Today we visit with Wellness Advocate Leslie Reader as she talks about dealing with depression and shares with us tools on building Emotional Resilience.2:53 - Leslie's Practice / Dealing with Depression and Mental Health5:29 - How to recognize depression6:36 - Depression is different than discouragement9:33 - Get Real Foundation Podcast13:00 - Emotional Resilience 21:05 - Comfortable with myself30:14 - Choose to be humble instead of being coerced33:45 - Methods of Self Love49:52 - Re-parenting my inner child1:02:30 - Needing vs Receiving #imnotherapistbut #podcast #lesliereader #emotionalresilience #overcomingdepression #changes #habits #therapy #emotionalhealth #selflove #acknowlegde #shame #brenébrown #journaling #families #relationaship #selflove #transformation #triumphovertrial #liveyourbestlife #getrealfoundation
So often we are "mad" at our brain and "mad" at our body for how they are looking and preforming. And it can seem like this is a useful way to go about it, except that all it tends to create is shame and worry. Nothing good comes from shame and worry. Befriending your brain and befriending your body will change your relationship with yourself. Instead of constantly chasing motivation, you will be inspired to live the way you want to be living. Listen in while I explain exactly what this is, why it matters and exactly how you can implement this for yourself.Follow me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/theborderlinepersonalitycoach/Book a FREE discovery call: https://amandahesscoaching.as.me/call
Every one of us has a set of unique gifts, capabilities, and expertise. In fact, it could be said that the purpose of our lives is to become aware of this uniqueness, cultivate it and share it.We trust that this conversation will help you acknowledge, celebrate, and appreciate what it is that makes you unique – we'd love to hear what your flavor or brand of uniqueness is!!Have you joined our Facebook Group yet? Come on over and continue the conversation - we would LOVE to see you there!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/deliciouslymotivatedmindset
As a man sometimes I feel like I can share how I feel. Sometimes it's not just because of this mindset that men aren't supposed to share how they feel or they will be portrayed as being weak, but it's the sense of feeling like who can I share it to that will understand. Through this conversation with my guest Israel Smith, I believe that we will gain some wisdom and tools on how we can share our feelings. Israel is a Coach, Speaker, Podcaster, Co-Founder, Writer, Entrepreneur... I'm a Well-Being and Emotional Resilience coach, mostly for men, and I'm the co-Founder of a leading Australian health transformation social enterprise called The Root Cause, dedicated to empowering kids to make better food choices. You don't want to miss this conversation. Sponsored By: The Salt Society www.thesaltsociety.co Last Podcast: Unlocking My Feelings https://bit.ly/3ckArs9 Guest Information: Website: https://www.benjaminyeh.com IG: @benjaminyeh LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjaminyeh Boom Vision Podcast: Listen on APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../boom-vision/id1582728414 Follow Me Facebook: @hrochemedia Instagram: @hiram.roche.media Twitch: @focusongreatness YouTube: Hiram Roche Media Website: www.hiramroche.com Show support by DONATING to: PayPal: @hrochemedia Cash App: $hrochemedia Venmo: @hrochemedia --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/focusongreatness/support
Our recent FREE Masterclass Webinar Series on “The Intelligence of Emotions” were hugely successful and well attended. The wisdom shared is much needed for our time. It's for this reason that we have decided to share them with our podcast community. In this webinar, we will explore The role of our childhood experiences in our emotional world today, can we truly heal from all childhood trauma, how to trust our emotions to navigate our life, and how to cultivate emotional resilience. To heal at emotional level is to heal the energy and to heal all illnesses of mind and body at the root. Now is the time to heal and we invite you to take this opportunity with my upcoming course - 6 Steps to Emotional Freedom, held on Tuesdays, July 19th and July 26th, from 12-2:30pm EST The course has limited seats available and I encourage you to register NOW. Here is the link for details and registration 6 Steps to Emotional Freedom (ayurvedichealingcenter.com) Episode segments
In this episode, Enoch and Austin talk about emotional resilience and why it is so important to have in your day to day life. It can benefit you in so many ways. You may be surprised how helpful it can be for you in every situation. They also talk about five things you can focus on that will help increase your emotional resilience, and get to one step closer to living the life you have always wanted to live. Reference: https://positivepsychology.com/emotional-resilience/
In today's episode, Dr. Jay gives an in-depth analysis of a scholarly article recently published discussing the effects of chronic stress on longevity as well as genetic structure. Also, since we've received so many questions about how the Hanu device actually works, Jay gives a detailed breakdown of his daily routine with the device. Remember, you can still pre-order the Hanu wearable at the special 40% discount - but this will go away sooner than you know, so tarry at your own risk! Click https://www.hanuhealth.com/product/ (here) to learn more about and pre-order the device. In this episode, you'll learn: -An update on the release of the Hanu Health heart-rate measurement device...02:00 -Chronic stress deleteriously affects gene expression...08:15 -Enhance emotional resilience and self-control...24:00 -How Dr. Jay uses the Hanu device on a daily basis...30:00 -Priming the nervous system to best digest food...52:23 -And much more... Resources mentioned: -Hanu Health device pre-order: Get 40% off the Hanu device when you use code "POD40" -https://www.nature.com/articles/s41398-021-01735-7 (Psychological and biological resilience modulates the effects of stress on epigenetic aging)
As you might be feeling, there's a lot happening in the world right now. As you approach leading your team/business, there are always going to be outside factors to consider. It helps to keep an eye on current events and what's happening in the world so that you can lead with compassion all while making the best decisions for your company. We want to encourage you that this is a good time to re-focus on your goals and specifically the mission of your business. Here is a sneak peek of what this episode consists of: [2:01] Leaning On Your Community In Tough Times [3:03] Emotional Resilience [5:52] Create Space For Tough Conversations For Your Team [8:27] How To Lead Right Now Product or Affiliate Links Dare To Lead by Berene Brown - A Book For Leaders Over Leadership Next week we will drop an episode about how to have an intentional summer with your kids.
Instead of praising the patriarchal concepts of commitment and consistency for reaching 100 episodes, I'm doing ya a hundred times better. Today we are diving deep into devotion and perseverance - the fuel of YOUR future! Plus how to start a podcast from the Apple Store, what GROWTH really is (Gene Key 42 Life's Purpose in da house!), using your past expectations to judge your current self and whether or not Pretty Pretty Podcast is ending 4-ever!?Grab your favorite pen, pop a Topo, and put earmuffs on the kids bc this is episode is rated E for EXCEPTIONAL! My 1-on-1 coaching experience is completely customized to you and your unique design. It's time for you to stop shrinking and bravely declare, “I'm HERE!” Be daring today! Apply for 1:1 coaching consult now: https://courtneylovegavin.com/applicationInstagram (and life) is better with CLG in your feed on the daily. Come hang with me @courtneylovegavinENJOY THE SHOW? ✅ SUBSCRIBE. Get fresh episodes in your feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or search "Pretty Pretty Podcast" on your preferred listening portal.
Who are you being when you're making high stakes decisions? Are you empowered? Are you coming from fear? Hear how I almost let an arbitrary goal obliterate my most expansive move yet. This is the unglamorous side of being a human when doubt drops in and the exact questions to ask yourself to not let doubt derail you. PLUS why doing what's best for you feels icky at first and that's okay. Instagram (and life) is better with CLG in your feed on the daily. Come hang with me @courtneylovegavinGet your breakthrough today --> https://courtneylovegavin.com/applicationENJOY THE SHOW? ✅ SUBSCRIBE. Get fresh new episodes in your feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or search "Pretty Pretty Podcast" on your preferred listening portal.
This week is a special episode. I'm teaching you what I learned from Glennon Doyle's book Untamed. After reading Untamed in book club I wanted to share some of the insight's that I gained from Glennon. Things you'll learn from this episode: 1. The one thing that every woman has that will set her free and how to tap into it.2. Emotional freedom and learning what your hard emotions are trying to tell you.3. What it means to be an effective parent in this generation and how you can step into being the parent after divorce that you want to be.Make sure to follow and rate the podcast on your favorite podcasting app.For more information and full show notes go to:https://www.karinnelsoncoaching.com/post/divorce-lessons
The aim of this episode is give you the strength, flexibility and determination to deal with whatever is happening around you. IMPORTANT: Please do not listen to this audio when doing anything else – especially driving. If you find these sessions beneficial please leave a rating and review! Remember to subscribe so you don't miss the new episodes and please share these audios with anyone who may find them useful. For an introduction to hypnosis the FREE 'Learn Self-Hypnosis' course will teach you some basic skills and how to use it to hypnosis to improve your life. For more information about hypnotherapy, hypnosis mp3s or to book a hypnotherapy session go to: www.ursulajames.co.uk If you are interested in training in hypnosis you can find details at www.ursulajames.co.uk/training Facebook: @professorursulajames Instagram: @professorursulajames Twitter: @ursulajames YouTube channel: Professor Ursula James Hypnotherapy #hypnosis #hypnotherapy #anxiety #stress #mentalhealth #calm #relaxation #anxietyrelief #stressrelief #meditation #selfcare #relax #positivity #wellbeing #clearmind #deeprelaxation #healthymind #mentalhealthsupport #reduceanxiety #personaldevelopment
We took the first step to get sober and now we have to start doing the real work. In this week's episode, our guest host, Charles W., talks to us about building emotional resilience through exercising our spiritual muscles. From our self-speak to our integrity around time, every action we talk and every word we speak helps us get close to a place of resilience. Whether you have 24 hours or 24 years, you won't want to miss this episode! Connect with Charles to learn more about his work with Divine Spark Coaching at www.divinesparkcoaching.net or on Instagram @charleswestdivingsparkcoaching. To hear previous episodes, check us out on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music (Alexa), Google or other streaming services as well as on our YouTube channel. We thank you for joining us on this journey through early recovery! Please like, subscribe and review our show by connecting with us on your platform of choice by using our LinkTree (https://linktr.ee/sobersolutionspodcast). We'd love to hear your thoughts!
Hey there! Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to start something new or believe something new? Why you fall back into old habits and patterns so easily when you're trying so hard? If so, join me on this episode where I do a quick breakdown of a concept I teach inside The EQuipped Society program!To leave a Google review, click this link! https://g.page/r/CTWwNSkri-VTEAg/reviewTo learn more about me or find me on social media, visit macierenae.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/macierenaecoaching
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Do you ever feel dependent on other people to feel a certain way? Do you seek validation? Believe that someone else makes you complete? Worry about everything going wrong because if it does, you'll feel terrible and won't know how to feel better? If so, join me today. We are diving into a topic that comes up a lot for my clients. To kindly leave a Google review, visit here: https://g.page/r/CTWwNSkri-VTEAg/reviewIf you're ready to say YES to coaching, visit macierenae.com! Can't wait to meet you!
Evy Poumpouras is a former Secret Service agent, author and motivational speaker who joined me on the podcast in August 2020 to talk about how to develop emotional resilience, navigate stressful situations, detect BS in other people and develop a positive mindset that gets you to your goals and much more. In this clip from that episode, Evy describes turning other people's opinions of you into a positive motivator.The full episode: Evy Poumpouras on Becoming Bulletproof on The Emma Guns ShowEvy's book Becoming Bulletproof is available now.To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.Sign up for my newsletter here >> Newsletter. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/emmagunavardhana. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.