The capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing
In this week's Midweek Mediawatch, Hayden Donnell talks to Bryan Crump about the lessons ZB's Kate Hawkesby learned from a bad bout of Covid - and National leader Christopher Luxon squirming under the media spotlight following the US Supreme Court's decision on abortion.
This episode of On Point features an interview with Brad Harrison, Founder and Managing Partner of Scout Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm making the world a better, safer place by investing in frontier and dual-use technologies built by veterans, intelligence leaders, and premier research labs.Brad is an entrepreneur and seasoned business development executive with a passion for building companies that are pushing the envelope of technological innovation. He has successfully helped incubate several companies out of the Scout office and has deep experience developing concepts to include co-authoring 3 patents in search, geo-tagging, and personalization. Brad was a distinguished honor graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1994 and served as an Airborne Ranger in the United States Army for five years before retiring as a Captain. He also graduated from the MIT Sloan School of Management where he studied New Product and Venture Development.In this episode of On Point, Brad discusses his experience in the military as a leader and why he always put the lives of his soldiers first. He explains how the skills and experiences he had at West Point and in the Army helped prepare him to be an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and mentor. Brad talks about his mission of making the world a better, safer place by guiding and investing in people to help build their business dreams and gain personal successes.-------------“The advice that I give to people that come out of the academy and out of the military is you need to understand how special you are. You're different than everybody else out there. Right? If you were in combat, you had to make decisions, split-second decisions in an everly changing environment where it was life or death, right. You've got the capacity to think and process information in a way that your peers just don't have.” - Brad Harrison-------------Episode Timestamps(02:24) Segment: AAR(03:37) Brad's West Point experience(05:37) Impactful classes at West Point(07:07) How Brad spent his summers(07:52) Brad's experience in the Army(13:00) Mentorship in the Army(15:59) Segment: SitRep(30:27) Brad on founder empathy(34:33) Sports aligning with VC(36:35) Funding at Scout Ventures(43:21) Academy Investor Network and the West Point AOG Entrepreneurs Summit(45:21) Segment: SOP(48:39) Brad's daily routine(52:15) How to cultivate relationships(57:11) About the Academy Investor Network(61:14) Segment: Giving Back-------------LinksBrad Harrison's LinkedInBrad Harrison's TwitterTim Hsia's LinkedInLance Dietz's LinkedInWest Point Association of GraduatesOn Point Podcast
If you feel closed off from love due to divorce, or are feeling rejected after a break-up, listen to this SDH episode to learn how to reclaim your E-Spot. (And find out what an E-Spot is!) My guest, Empathy Expert, Luis Moreno, discusses why it's worth taking the risk to love again. Known as a strong ambassador for humanity, Luis' perspectives and techniques have been shared with thousands around the world. And now, we can benefit from his passion for people! He is sharing the love through… · Ways to practice Empathy on a first date · Steps on how to feel someone's experience without projecting your own onto them (Wow!) · Ways to avoid being the hyper-focused hunter and instead be more generous in relationships · The importance of gratitude and appreciation in loving relationships This podcast is filled with passion and the human touch. Can you feel it? Let's use our E-Spots to make a positive connection with others through Sadie's Divorced & Happy Podcast. Let me know how YOU feel; rate and review this week's episode! Subscribe to Sadie's Divorced & Happy podcast on http://www.divorcedandhappy.net/ (www.divorcedandhappy.net) or any major podcast platform. Follow Luis Moreno at: Linkedin: Luis Moreno YouTube: Luis Moreno TCBPN Instagram: LuisMorenoTCBPN Twitter: LuisMorenoTCBPN Become a member of The Red Room Experience at https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/the-red-room Have you heard about my Spicy Summer Challenge? Follow me on IG and FB to partake in the fun this summer: sadies@divorcedandhappy If you found value in today's episode please consider "buying" me a cup of coffee a https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sadiemarie (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sadiemarie) Download my "8 Tips to Happiness" today: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net #Lifeafterdivorce #ESpot #LuisMoreno #happyafterdivorce #realdivorcetalk #datingafterdivorce #Sadiesdivorcedandhappy #Mentalkdivorce #Womentalkdivorce #Positivelifeafterdivorce #happyafterdivorce #realdivorcetalk #datingafterdivorce #Sadiesdivorcedandhappy #Mentalkdivorce #Womentalkdivorce #Positivelifeafterdivorce #sadiesdivorcedandhappywebsite #empathy #divorcepodcast #divorcecommunity #divorce
One of the hardest things for a professional photographer to do is raise their prices. But why is that? We get so caught up in charging according to our self-worth instead of charging for the value our clients see in the photography experience. Once you make that mindset shift, selling and scaling becomes so much easier.In this episode, I chat with coach, speaker, and author Megan DiPeiro about selling with confidence and raising your prices. Megan shares the mindset shifts that have to happen before you can sell your work as a luxury service. She explains why luxe photography is about the experience, not just the final product. And we discuss advice for new photographers and those who want to scale their businesses past six figures.What's in this episode:Why Megan loves sales, and how other photographers can learn to love it, too [2:19]What mindset shift has to happen before you can raise your prices and increase your profit [5:51]How to determine if you're a good fit for your clients and make a deep connection from the get-go [10:45]How to show clients that your work creates a meaningful experience, not just photos [16:54]Why you shouldn't “charge your worth” but instead “charge for your value” [20:40]How to make the mindset shift towards seeing and marketing your work as a luxe service [23:58]Why you should present your price, “shut your mouth,” and allow your clients to react to the number [33:14]Megan's advice for new photographers and those who want to scale their businesses [33:55]If you want to shift your mindset, raise your prices, and scale your business, tune in to this episode.For full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit our website: https://themilkyway.ca/cultivating-an-empathy-selling-mindset-with-megan-dipiero/Reserve your spot for the 2022 Online Family Photography Retreat: https://themilkyway.ca/2022-family-retreat/
In this episode, Laura talks about the concept of empathy. It is such a timely episode, given so many things going on in our world. Every person, regardless of your stage in life, needs to listen in. If we could all practice empathy, the people around us might be able to see Jesus a little more. And we could all use that. Encountering You is sponsored in part by Trinity Debt Management. Call 1 800 793-8752 to talk with a counselor today.
It's quite contagious; the practice of comparing yourself to others, isn't it? It is also a bit waste of energy. This episode brings that to the forefront with a chapter from my book called My IT May Not be Your IT But It's Still an IT. Yeah, long and confusing but the subject matter is great! Who wouldn't change something they titled ten years ago? Your own Individual Topography is amazing and needed in this world. Learn to appreciate it by tuning in. If you'd like a transcript of the podcast, check out Episode Transcription
In 2016, Maria Ross realized that she was trying to teach her son that empathy was a way to success, when the world around them seemed to be sending the exact opposite message. So she took her years of experience as a management and brand consultant to make the case for empathy not as a moral imperative, but as a business strategy. She turned her research into a book called The Empathy Edge: Harnessing the Value of Compassion as an Engine for Success.
In our latest episode of ANA Champions of Growth, host Matthew Schwartz speaks with Brian Solis, VP-global innovation evangelist at Salesforce, about digital empathy, or how brands connect with the person behind the data. Taking a human approach to distributing branded content — and being less in thrall to the algorithm — is fine. But digital empathy is more an opportunity for marketers to reset their priorities when it comes to how they communicate with their audiences and reach new ones. Solis discusses what's behind digital empathy, how marketers learn how to express it, and why artificial intelligence (AI) is not the cure-all for messaging in a post-digital age.
While it's important to focus on ourselves, true wisdom is found when observing and helping others. Charlie reminds us that when we thrive, we never thrive alone…and when we hurt, we never hurt alone. Go to momentumunlimited.org/subscribe/ and sign up for our newsletter for more motivation and inspiration.
In this episode, I talk with Author and Professor ,Mary McCampbell about her book, Imagining Our Neighbors As Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy. In our conversation, we discuss how narrative art serves as an invitation to awaken and expand our capacity for empathy.Buy Mary's BookSupport The Podcast! Your generosity enables this work to continue. Featured music by: Jessamyn Day Interlude music by: Luke Vandergriff
While it's important to focus on ourselves, true wisdom is found when observing and helping others. Charlie reminds us that when we thrive, we never thrive alone…and when we hurt, we never hurt alone. Go to momentumunlimited.org/subscribe/ and sign up for our newsletter for more motivation and inspiration. This podcast is powered by JewishPodcasts.org. Start your own podcast today and share your content with the world. Click jewishpodcasts.fm/signup to get started.
People do business with people—but once you get through the door, you better know your product and be ready to field a variety of questions. Dr. Mohamed Draz, senior clinical fellow in neurosurgery at NHS Scotland, rarely sees reps who can balance disarming interpersonal skills with commanding expertise. Join us as Dr. Draz explains why the often-overlooked junior surgeon and support staff can hold the key to a rep's long-term success, and how reps can let their expertise shine by communicating more empathetically. In this episode, you'll learn: Why Dr. Draz started his popular YouTube channel How to break away from the ‘vomit information and hope something sticks' approach What Dr. Draz means when he says, “The brain can be fixed, but the numbers can't” The importance of ascertaining why someone is asking a particular question Plus, we talk about how you can control a conversation while still remaining genuine. Resources from this episode: Download the Behavior Change Blueprint Explore Dr. Draz's YouTube Channel Social Media: Connect with Dr. Draz on LinkedIn Connect with Zed on LinkedIn Connect with Clark on LinkedIn
How do you deal with people who owe you money? What could be a more effective way in dealing with them? Generally, people would really want to be heard and understood. Understanding this basis will make you shift from those old-school sales tactics where you just keep harassing people, to being more empathetic and going […]
Sometimes considered weakness or coddling, empathy is often misunderstood. We may not think we need empathy, and we may underestimate its value in our relationships. Yet empathy is a major key to our growth, our intimacy with Christ, and our ministry with others. In this episode of Soul Talks, Bill and Kristi unpack empathy and the role it plays in relationships. Tune in to see how, as you receive the empathy the Lord has for you, there is healing and grace. Then, you can do the same for others as you respond to them with this same empathy and grace!Resources for this Episode:Soul Shepherding InstituteSpiritual Direction CertificateYou can read the transcript here.
Marianne and I talk about conflicts and fights and how some conflict can be healthy because it can lead to trust and safety with that person. There is a discernment when understanding the healthy kind of conflict and understanding when conflict is unhealthy. We talk about some strategies that can be healthy for two people in a conflict, such as self-connection, meeting them where they are, follow through with the request for a break and coming back to mend or repair in the time frame that was requested. Being able to maybe in the smallest of ways connect with ourselves and create space in our heart to attend to the parts of us that are triggered and or attend to the inner wounded child is a healthy strategy when we are in conflict with someone. Which is easier said than done. There is also the other person who you are in conflict with who is also sitting with their parts of themselves that are triggered too. It can be so hard to be the one to meet them where they are because we deeply want to be heard and we just may not get that from them in that moment. It's so important to know that we have outside resources to feel heard by others incase we are not heard by the person we are in conflict with. When we are resourced we have the capacity to meet the other person where they are. Conflict is never easy to navigate, it can be very delicate at times and what sucks is that we gotta be in conflict to continue to learn how to navigate it. I am constantly with my dad learning and growing with each and every conflict we have. The repairs we do have, the apologies are just enough for the start of some trust. for me anyway. I don't know about him. I hope you enjoy!Resources:Marianne's Information: Website: https://cupofempathy.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CupofEmpathy/featuredCONTACT INFORMATION:Email: Livingconnected.firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: livingconnectednvcLiving Connected Facebook PageWebsite: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1153175Music is brought to you by: https://www.purple-planet.com/
You think your organization's challenges are tough? Try healthcare, where lives are on the line! Not only has this industry been stretched to its limit during the pandemic, we have issues of healthcare literacy, inequities across certain populations, and burnout among our most talented practitioners. My guest today offers us energy and profound hope on the future of healthcare and how we can apply design thinking to this industry - and to your own organization - for better outcomes. Rhonda Manns is a Nurse innovator who will share her fascinating story about pivoting from an ER nurse to product management. Rhonda explains the difference between human-centered design and design thinking and explains how to use those concepts in any business for better, holistic solutions. We discuss the impact and role that nurses play in solving business problems through empathy. She shares some interesting healthcare Hackathon stories, and even explains how you can be empathetic and still protect yourself from burnout. If anyone knows about this skill, it's a nurse! Key Takeaways:Design thinking in healthcare allows you to remove the constraints of assumptions and biases and helps you to increase your creativity. If you have empathy and real world experience, it doesn't matter what your background and education is. You can unleash human creativity and innovation within a group of people with just a little bit of guidance, by leveraging their empathy and lived experience.Empathy is showing up with curiosity, an open heart, and the right questions to solve your problems.Innovation is bred out of chaos. "Being a part of that hands-on, real life care every day helps nurses to enhance the business. Health care has its own culture, its own language and you need clinicians in those business decisions." — Rhonda Manns About Rhonda Manns, Nurse Innovator:Recognized as one of LinkedIn's Leaders in Nursing, Rhonda Manns is a registered nurse, certified case manager, and Nurse innovator who uses design-thinking to help software teams reach the nation's most vulnerable populations. She is a mentor, a contributing author, and a clinical nurse advisor for a nurse-led healthcare startup in Boston who will be launching her own nurse-led project to solve for nurse exodus this Summer. Connect with Rhonda Manns: Twitter: https://twitter.com/realRhondaMannsLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhondajmannsInstagram: https://instagram.com/realrhondamannsResources Mentioned:Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & LeadersHeather Hiscox interview: The Surprising Empathy Gap in Social ImpactJamie Greenwood interview: Why Empathy for Others Starts With Compassion for Yourself Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice
With Dan King, CEO of Fireside Strategic, and a tennis and meditation-loving lawyer turned business growth strategist and executive coach. Dan now helps Creator CEOs find an optimal growth strategy and provides consulting and private equity funding through his company Fireside Strategic. Previously, Dan was a corporate lawyer. He realized he cared more about his clients' leadership and human challenges than their legal challenges so he entered the coaching industry. Dan built and sold a coaching company serving the legal industry before creating Fireside Strategic. He studied Psychology at Columbia University and Law at McGill University. He is a world traveler and veteran of 2 extreme auto races, driving a Fiat from London to Mongolia and a rickshaw the length of India. Join us for this fun and exciting conversation as we discuss how you can create a business that is saleable, and the nitty-gritty of acquiring a business that can help you grow your business. Dan also shares why slowing down is very important in entrepreneurship. To visit the show notes page for this episode and others, visit https://legalwebsitewarrior.com/podcast
Today, we have two guests and are Mike and Angie Lee. They are brother and sister, and they have been able to build a wellness brand called “SOUL.” In today's discussion, we will find out the Aww shift moment they have had individually and together and what they have been able to do to put their experiences out in unique ways as influencers, business owners, and impacters. [4:08]Why should I listen to you? That is an excellent question. I think someone should listen to me because I have interesting perspectives and am inquisitive about many things. This has helped me have some exciting conversations, and I believe my gift is bringing that level of curiosity to others. Mike said he has a lot of empathy, so he chose to help people for a living. I feel I can relate to a lot of people because I have been through a lot. [7:00]What are the Aww shift moments you have had in your career? The main thing is the genesis of when we started our awareness company. In 2013, I was on top of the world, young, undefeated, but my body started shutting down. I was sick and in a hospital for almost two years. I started having systemic information and migraine, and I was shutting down. It was one of the darkest times in my life that I still deal with, but I think that moment was a massive shift for me because, to be honest, before that, I was all about the ego. I was doing well. Everything was all about me but getting sick and being knocked down changed my perspective on things that changed me as a human being and set me on a new trajectory in life. I started diving into a lot of work, including mindset, draft working, and outside medication. It changed me into a better person. [9:50]Tell us about your journey and some of the Aww shift experiences you have learned from? I think the battle I have always been fighting, which has been difficult for me, is my career. Life happens, but my job is what I struggle with. It's like my gift, but it is also something that I battle with, and maybe that is why I'm so committed to expressing myself and empowering women. [11:54]What advice would you give people during an emotional battle? That's a great question. I think for me, the biggest thing is to have fun and laugh. When I was in that state, I was more miserable than ever, so from that, I learned that it's not about that minute. You have got to have fun, laugh, and find ways to enjoy the moment. We take these experiences seriously and end up being hard on ourselves, making things more difficult. We should wait until something massive happens before we can find or experience joy. We should see joy as a necessity. [16:55]As siblings in the same business, how do you find a place to keep mutual respect and work ethic? I know what she loves doing and the things that don't interest her. So, it will be unfair to make her do the things she doesn't want. We sometimes get annoyed at each other because we want to do things differently. Understanding what each person is good at and keeping them in their lanes. Being honest and thoughtful is very important too. [19:44]When you have moments when you are not doing so well, how do you communicate things that the other party doesn't want to hear? There's no point in using a tool that won't help the problem. Empathy is needed. You should put your emotions in check and come out with compassion. I think this resonates with people. [25:00]What is your journey of building a brand together? Our secret is that we still have a lot of personal time. I attend to customers' messages. I show up as much as I can. These days, companies don't show the face behind their products, which significantly helps us. People are craving intimacy. They want to know and connect with the owner. People will buy from someone who shows up consistently, shares their story, and so on, and I'm grateful for that. I've learned that it is community and customer service first, followed by the product. If you can build a community, it will be easier to sell your products. The mistake most people make is focusing on the products first. They are not getting feedback on what their customers will prefer, which is wrong. [28:10]Who is the person that you want to help? Our biggest three pinpoints are anxiety, sleep, and stress, and we found out that the people we are trying to help now have a lot of pressure and focus right now, and I think there are so many reasons for that. We know how essential sleep is, but people still find it has to have a good sleep. Those are the three pinpoints that we came in and addressed. I think I was taking CBD because I had anxiety caused by the medications and the tough time I was going through. [36:20]What are some of the things that have allowed you to build this eight figures business, and how did you feel when you wanted to start? The birth of something is fantastic. Seeing an idea of nothing burst into something that I receive a lot of DMs about is astonishing. We didn't know if it would work, but we tried it. We weighed out the things we would lose if we didn't try it. The price of not trying something is tough too. You've got to try something out. You might try things and fail, but one thing is that you will learn some lessons. We had no idea of what we were doing, but we continued. Nobody knows what they are doing, but they are just willing to try things out, and I think collaboration is one of our greatest moments. [48:18]What promise did God make to the world when he created you? According to Mike, God said that he would turn pain into a payment of gift, and he would also be able to help other people get out of pain. Angie said, ‘To give people a pause through laughter regardless of what they are going through. Key Quotes [26:09-26:11] People will choose to buy from brands that they trust rather than a brand they haven't heard of. [26:30-26:32] If you can build a community, it will be easier to sell your products. How to connect with Mike and Angie Lee Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysoulcbd/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/soulhealthnwellness/posts/
In this episode, Patrick Duroseau, VP of Enterprise Data Management at Under Armour, talks about how to be a data evangelist in your organization, how Under Armour has migrated to the cloud, servant leadership, and so much more.----------Join The World of Data Collaboration at Snowflake Summit this June in Las Vegas. At Snowflake Summit, you can learn from hundreds of technical, data, and business experts about what's possible in the Data Cloud. Learn more and register for Snowflake Summit at www.snowflake.com/summit.
Jen introduces Pete to the idea of vujà dé, and together they dive into what the topic might mean and how we might employ it in our lives.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What is vujà dé?What are the benefits of doing something as if for the first time?What are some strategies with which to start practicing vujà dé?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: email@example.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Empathy isn't something you're either born with or not. Empathy is something that can be discovered, nourished, and really learned. As leaders, it is crucial that we hone this skill because the rising generations are making it clear that workplace priorities are shifting. And what is important to them? Empathy. This week on Saving You a Seat, we talk to Danielle Lisenbey, a CEO of MedRisk, who knows how to be an empathetic leader, while still achieving extraordinary results. She shares her story of loss and how this drastic life change was a catalyst for her own growth. When we exhibit empathy, listen deeply, and navigate chaos comfortably, we become a leader that inspires accountability, connection, and engagement. In this week's episode, Danielle reminds us of the importance of connecting back to ourselves in order to become more connected leaders both at work and at home. She's doing it and she's doing it big. An engineer by training, Danielle has been celebrated in various media outlets and has received many awards for her outstanding leadership. It is a joy to have Danielle on our episode this week. We hope you join us at the table. Here's what we connect on: Empathetic leadership: How demonstrating empathy in the workplace can inspire our people to perform at their best (3:09) The key to empathy: Learning how to be more compassionate toward ourselves first (7:25) Navigating generational changes in the workplace and how leaders can operate differently to really value people's input and perspective (10:05) Listening deeply: How we can take a step back and listen to ourselves so we can listen deeply to others (13:22 ) Danielle's story of loss that was a catalyst to her growth (16:22) Navigating chaos comfortably and how to be okay with not knowing everything (21:06) Thank you for saving a seat at the table, please rate this podcast and subscribe so you don't miss out on the next conversation! To connect with Danielle, find her on LinkedIn, Danielle Lisenbey. To connect with Karen, follow her on social media: @karenjhardwick and visit connectedleaderbook.com to order The Connected Leader today.
Running 100 marathons in 100 days. Kate Jayden shares how she accomplished this feat to raise money and awareness for refugees. Kate is facing surgery on a fractured femur and can't continue to run like she used to. However, running was never the main purpose of her challenge. Running gave her the opportunity to use her platform to impact others and raise money for charity. In the 100th episode of Flip Your Script with Kristi Piehl, Kate talks about motivation, discipline and the power of vulnerability.
On Episode 229 of You, Me, Empathy, Kate Spencer and I explore Kate's undying love for Phish, the feeling of trying to sell our creative work during such a collectively traumatic time in our history, Kate's delightful new romance novel, In a New York Minute, and why the romance genre can be a salve for grief and provide some momentary relief from the heaviness of the world. CW: This episode contains conversation around death and loss. Recorded in April 2022. Read the full show notes at FeelyHuman.co. Empathy Links: Kate SpencerKate on InstagramIn a New York MinuteForever35 podcastThe Dead Mom's ClubHelder GuimarãesFeminist Women's Health Center - 50% of proceeds from shop through July 3 goes to Feminist Center!Movies That Make Us Feel: Bonus Spinoff Podcast!Storied Hats - use code FEELY for 10% off!Join our next Feely Hikes!Let's get to 200 ratings on Apple Podcasts!You, Me, Empathy on InstagramFeely Human on InstagramWant to write for Feely Human?Buy pins, t-shirts, stickers, and more!Sign up for the Feely Human newsletterMusic by David Grabowski
Empathy is a super important skill when you're a leader, but can easily become a hurdle to leadership when it takes over. Whether it's with your staff or with one of the clients you're trying to help, it's important to recognize when empathy is important and at what point it stops being helpful in your leadership and decision making. Learn more about Legacy Builders International at LegacyBuildersintl.comWe love hearing from you! Send us an email at office@LegacyBuildersintl.com
Under the skin, we are all the same, no matter our culture, color, or religion. It is essential that we learn how truly listen to each other, and to practice non-judgmental, healing transactions. In this, we develop greater compassion as demonstrated to us by the master teachers. And we make our conversations about empathy more than commiseration. This is Christlike behavior.
Interview was done April 4, 2022! I love meeting new people willing to let me in and share their “lemon to lemonade” experience! This story is about Dr. Jo who found that her work just wasn't satisfying and she started to lose her empathy. She gave herself permission to step outside of her profession and made a big transition, got reinvigorated, had energy and purpose again. She now has a message to share! Dr. Jo reminds us to be curious because our thinking is either helpful or less helpful. What message do you get from this interview? Website: drjolukins.com Books: https://www.drjolukins.com/shop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJoLukins ABOUT the LemonAid Stand: Heidi started hosting the LemonAid Stand live radio talk show, over 20 years ago, in 1999! It all came about when Heidi was dealing with thoughts of suicide, inadequacy, and dealing with infertility. She realized as she reached out to others and heard their stories, she would be uplifted and inspired no matter what she was going through. So this podcast has old "Original" shows from that time period. It also has "New" shows that are currently being recorded with new guests. And it has "Update" shows where Heidi reached out to original radio show guests to find out how the past 20 years have been! Theme song written and recorded by Heidi's baby brother Shane! Do you know a story that needs to be shared? Contact Heidi at: LemonAidStandRadioShow@gmail.com Website: https://www.heidislemonaidstand.com
Welcome back! Today we are joined by Michael Tennant, founder of Curiosity Labs and the Actually Curious card game you may have heard us play in our recent episode intros. Michael has such an incredible and inspiring story and this episode is PACKED with tools to help you improve your relationships with everyone in your life, including with yourself. what we talk about: Michael's career journey rising the ranks in the media industry A series of family tragedies that led him to rethink his career Founding a company with a romantic partner How he dealt with the ending of that relationship and the impact it had on the company The meaning of empathy Empathy vs. sympathy Why empathy is so important in relationships How Michael met his now wife when he was not looking for something serious and how their relationship evolved Michael's emotional rock bottom How empathy and the work that Michael does has impacted his relationship with his family Familial trauma & a lot more! You can find Michael on Instagram @michaeltennantnyc. To learn more about the Actually Curious mission and purchase the deck, head to their Instagram or Website. Use code BALANCED for a discount! what we're loving this week: Carleigh: Pique daily radiance elderberry liposomal vitamin c packets Mia: Couples therapy! As always, find us on Instagram @mostlybalancedpodcast and on our website. Thanks for joining us and please leave a rating or review if you enjoyed the episode!
What exactly does brand storytelling include? What's the purpose? In this episode, I'm going to connect the dots from prior episodes and explain how brand storytelling is a methodology. It's not merely cinematic marketing or telling stories all the time. It's a marketing approach that covers the continuum from brand strategy (defining your story) to content marketing (telling that story). By using your customer's story as an empathy tool, you can design a truly customer-centric brand built on loyalty and trust. Isn't that what we all want? CONNECT WITH BRYCE AT MCNABB STORYTELLING Turn Strangers Into Advocates [FREE Guidebook] Instagram YouTube Twitter Website
Empathy leads to meaningful engagement. In order to gain their trust, you have to help your prospects objectively debate whether or not their current state is still serving them–and in order to do that effectively, they have to know you're there to help first, not sell. Listen to this snippet to hear Dan and Kiley talk about how important solid listening and question-asking skills are for your first conversation with a prospect. To listen to the full episode, check it out here.
In Episode 36, Sara and Kyle, LPCs, discuss all the different ways empathy can look and feel. We talk about attuning with children and how this helps them organize their brain. This is the very first skill we start using when our kids are born and helps us better understand how to connect and communicate with them throughout their lives. View the full transcript at: https://www.parentinglegacy.com/what-is-empathy-why-is-it-important-skill-a-parent-needs-to-raise-emotionally-intelligent-children Visit our website and social media channels for more valuable content for your parenting journey. Podcast Website: https://www.theartofraisinghumans.com Resource Website: https://www.parentinglegacy.com Video Courses: https://parenting-legacy.newzenler.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parentinglegacycounseling Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parentinglegacy The Art of Raising Humans podcast should not be considered or used as counseling but for educational purposes only.
On this weeks episode of Spin It, Stephynie is speaking with Robin Dreeke. Robin is a best-selling author, trainer, facilitator, retired FBI Special Agent and Chief of the Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program. Hailed as the “Spy Catcher” and a world renowned behavioral expert, Robin will share his secrets to: establishing trust, creating impactful relationships and the keys to building “real” connections. We'll take an intimate look at how he's taken his decades of experience and expertise to create the “People Formula” and how it can take both your personal and professional performance to the next level. Social Media & Important Links: Website: www.peopleformula.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rdreeke/ Timestamps: 00:00 - Spin It Intro 00:32 - Robin Dreeke Intro 01:11 - Introductory comments 01:48 - Who is Robin Dreeke? 04:09 - Undiagnosed Learning Difference 05:13 - How Robin became a FBI Special Agent 11:05 - How the Pandemic affect Robin's Business 12:59 - Make it about everyone else but yourself 16:55 - Be of service to others 21:05 - Demonstrating Gratitude is so important 24:40 - Robin and Stephynie relationship with their children 29:10 - People aren't looking for you to be perfect, they are looking for you to make an effort 39:35 - What part Empathy plays with trust 43:03 - Assessing body language through the pandemic 47:44 - The biggest obstacle Robin turned into an opportunity 48:53 - Spin It Outro
Cultivating empathy for others is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children. Empathy develops from self-awareness, so in this episode we talk about 4 ways we can help our kids become aware of the needs of those around them. And while awareness is a great first step, we also explore how our children can take that awareness further and stand up for those in need. Listen in to hear why it's so important for us to regularly discuss feelings with our children and to help them self-regulate so they can access empathy (spoiler - they literally can't think about how others are feeling in the midst of a conflict!). I also explain the power of noticing and encouraging their empathetic behavior and certain things we can model as parents to teach our kids empathy. MOTHERHOOD SHOW NOTES: Empathy - Ep. 18 Show Notes 1-ON-1 COACHING: Motherhood Coaching CHECK OUT MY FREE 5-STEP MORNING ROUTINE FOR MOMS: My 5-Step Morning Routine MOTHERHOOD VILLAGE FB COMMUNITY: The Motherhood Village MOTHERHOOD INSTAGRAM: @themotherhood.podcast “I love The Motherhood Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!
Dr. Eugene K. Choi is a clinical pharmacist turned Certified Transformational Mindset coach that helps talented heart-driven leaders operate at their highest levels of clarity, energy and focus. With a background in clinical pharmacy, neuroscience, and business coaching, his unique science-backed process along with the use of groundbreaking technology helps entrepreneurs figure out how to dramatically improve performance, innovate dynamic solutions, and achieve their goals. His articles have reached over 9 million people and he has helped hundreds of leaders and heart driven entrepreneurs significantly transform their results at both a professional and personal level.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/029Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothiscoFind Eugene at https://destinyhacks.co–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
My guest is Gerard Virga. Gerard is the managing director of a law firm in central and northern Florida that spans six different locations. This is the second law firm that he built to include a number of attorneys and staff spread out over six locations. So we're going to spend some time talking about how that happened, what things he used and took advantage of to achieve that growth when his views are about the work-life balance and customer relations and all those things that are important for growing a law firm to the successful practice that he has done. In this episode, Neil and Gerard discuss: What motivates Gerard as a family practice lawyer. Honor and empathy in law. The key to growing from one location to multiple. Riding the wave of changing technology. Key Takeaways: Family law requires caring for the person and having empathy for them, even when it is difficult and emotions are high. Cases are not like they are in movies and television. It takes longer than expected and is more complex that we see in Hollywood. If you don't believe in yourself and your product, neither will anyone else. Anyone can run an office, but you need to have a team that has the same vision and goal as you do and shares your firm's values. "People do not like lawyers; people do not like talking to lawyers. People want people - they want compassion, they want empathy, they want understanding, and they want to know that you care." — Gerard Virga Get in touch with Gerard Virga: Website: https://www.thevirgalawfirm.com/ (https://www.thevirgalawfirm.com/) Phone: 850-818-0236 Thank you to our sponsors! https://www.ruby.com/ (Ruby Receptionist )- Virtual receptionist & live call services that will help you grow your office (and save money), one call at a time - to learn more, go to https://www.ruby.com/ (callruby.com) or call 844.895.7829 The Net Profit CFO - Ryan Kimler works with attorneys who want to enjoy higher net profits without working longer or harder. With just 9 Simple Numbers, Ryan will help you drive more profit to your bottom line-and he won't confuse you with all the details! Connect with Ryan at http://www.netprofitcfo.com (www.netprofitcfo.com). Get in touch with Neil: Website: https://thelawentrepreneur.com/ (https://thelawentrepreneur.com/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawentrepreneur (https://twitter.com/lawentrepreneur) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelawentrepreneur/?ref=hl (https://www.facebook.com/thelawentrepreneur/?ref=hl) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyralawfirm/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyralawfirm/) If you've enjoyed the podcast, http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1086406592 (please head to Apple Podcasts and leave a rating & review for the show)! It only takes a moment, and really helps me to reach new listeners. You can also http://www.thelawentrepreneur.com/ (head to the website at TheLawEntrepreneur.com) for more information on the podcast and my legal services. Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production byhttps://www.turnkeypodcast.com/ ( Turnkey Podcast Productions.) You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Approximately 1 in 5 children report being bullied, but for children with ADHD and learning differences that number is much higher. And, children with ADHD are more likely to bully others. So, what can we do to better support children with learning differences? How can we prevent bullying? David Flink, a 2021 CNN Hero and the Chief Empowerment Office of Eye to Eye, joins Marti and Erin of Mom Enough for this important conversation on the link between ADHD, learning differences, and bullying. Having been diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD at a young age, David shares personal insights about growing up with these diagnoses. Tune in to hear his story, learn about Eye to Eye, and gain a better understanding of how to support children with ADHD and learning differences. By breaking the stigma of learning differences and helping children build self-confidence, we can end of the cycle of bullying. WHAT CAN WE DO TO PREVENT BULLYING? What factors contribute to the increased risk of bullying among children with ADHD? What signs could indicate your child is internalizing? How can you address this? WANT TO LEARN MORE? ❉ EYE TO EYE. This organization is working to improve outcomes for students who learn differently. They offer peer mentorship, trainings for educators, educational programs for students with learning differences, speakers, and leadership opportunities. Check them out to learn more or get support for your child with learning differences. ❉ DAVID FLINK. Check out David Flink's website to learn about him and his recent book, Thinking Differently. ❉ HELPING CHILDREN BUILD EMPATHY: A DISCUSSION WITH UNSELFIE AUTHOR, MICHELE BORBA. When people ask author and educational psychologist Michele Borba what kids need to be successful and happy, she confidently proclaims, “Empathy!” And yet, our popular culture, with its emphasis on “I” and “me” seems to fly in the face of empathy as a core value. How did we come to this? To what extent has addiction to devices contributed to the decrease in empathy observed by researchers? Most importantly, what can we do now as parents, teachers and other caring adults to make sure children build this important quality of empathy from the earliest years? Dr. Borba joins Marti & Erin for a rich discussion in this Mom Enough episode.
Eric Pliner: Difficult Decisions Eric Pliner is chief executive officer of YSC Consulting. He has designed and implemented leadership strategy in partnership with some of the world's best-known CEOs and organizations. Eric's writing has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Fortune, Forbes, and Fast Company. A member of the Dramatists' Guild of America, Eric is co-author of the U.S. National Standards for Health Education and Spooky Dog & the Teen-Age Gang Mysteries (with Amy Rhodes), an Off-Broadway theatrical parody of television cartoons for adults. He is a board director with Hip Hop Public Health. He is also the author of Difficult Decisions: How Leaders Make the Right Call with Insight, Integrity, and Empathy*. In this conversation, Eric and I discuss the difficult and sometimes awkward moments when we engage other stakeholders in our decisions. We explore the language to use when discussing a stakeholder's role in a decision. Plus, Eric details how to establish clear expectations about involvement in decisions to avoid sending messages that we otherwise don't intend. Key Points Clarify who you will engage and how you intend to do so. Before discussing a decision with a stakeholder, explain how the decision is going to be made. Make it clear if you're offering them a views, a voice, a vote, or a veto. Standardize your individual and team processes for decision-making. Ask the stakeholder for input — and go deeper with a second or third question to appreciate what's behind what they've said. Remind stakeholders how the decision will be made when you conclude. Don't underestimated the importance of this step. Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes How to Influence Many Stakeholders, with Andy Kaufman (episode 240) How to Deal with Opponents and Adversaries, with Peter Block (episode 328) The Way to Make Better Decisions, with Annie Duke (episode 499) Handling a Difficult Stakeholder, with Nick Timiraos (episode 581) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
In this episode, I welcome Dustin Dale into the studio to discuss leadership and service. - The best customer experiences are transparent and straightforward - Great communicators tailor their messages to their employees to drive understanding - If you want to improve your recruitment and retention you must dig into what is causing people to leave - The pandemic shifted our mindset into more of a me focus rather than a team focus It's time for the great service comeback! Visit Dustin: https://www.beyondeveryhorizon.com/ Tony Johnson is a Customer Experience Expert, Keynote Speaker, and Author with a wide background including decades in retail and restaurants. He regularly speaks and coaches organizations to IGNITE THEIR SERVICE using his common sense approach to Customer engagement. Tony has spoken to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies to unlock their amazing capacity for excellence. Tony Johnson Customer Service Expert | Author | Trainer | Speaker Check out my FREE Resources and Training Tools: Web: https://www.igniteyourservice.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RecipeforserviceNet Twitter: https://twitter.com/ServiceRecipe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/recipeforservice/ Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/owrTbL/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonyjohnsoncx/ Music: http://www.bensound.com
On this episode of the podcast we provide a model whereby you flow from empathy into mission seamlessly. But first, we go back 70,000 years to describe male and female mating behaviors. From those behaviors we can see how modern day mating behaviors have evolved. Knowing how these behaviors have become innate allows us to understand and evolve to a better place. We can do this by using the empathy (first) into mission model of the flowing of the masculine and feminine.
“We are all intersectional - uniqueness is our greatest gift. Empathy makes you a better leader.” This Pride Month, we wanted to replay a few conversations with past LGBTQIA+ guest on this P&G Alumni Podcast. Shelly McNamara is P&G's Chief Equality & Inclusion Officer, where she's responsible for shaping culture, policies, and leadership to promote greater diversity. Shelly's also an avid storyteller, speaker and writer — her new book No Blanks, No Pauses - weaves her life story with reflections and poetry. Shelly got her start in Sales, and spent 25+ years rising through P&G's HR ranks, ultimately rising to the level of Executive Vice President - where she worked on some of the company's largest businesses with brand portfolios ranging from $4B to $35B, working on employee populations exceeding 25,000. Shelly's committed to enabling employees of every background to bring their full selves to work. - an active member of P&G's Corporate Women's Leadership Team, and she's led the expansion of LGBTQ+ employee groups around the globe. Shelly shares many stories from her personal and professional life - as a mother and “out” female executive. Through her writing - and poetry - she's been able to process and persevere through many moments of inclusions - and exclusion. Core to Shelly's every day work is to have people think more about our shared humanity - because ultimately, that's where true understanding comes from - to tackle the issues we must all face together.
Summer is here and that means vacay, baby! Yes, we've all had the wind knocked out of us lately with ever-increasing prices, especially when we fill up. So how do we get our three R's: rest, relaxation, and relationship time, when everything is so expensive? The answer is proper planning while adopting a flexible mindset that embrace choices to maximize your experience and minimize the stress and cost. In this episode, we discuss staycations, family bonding, past travels, and current adventuring in a way that won't break the bank but still allow us to dive into the three R's with some insightful perspective and helpful tips.
This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.06.24 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* Motivation, Attention, Defuse, Learn, Empathy, Story substitution, Speak ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/119Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comGet my weekly email: www.brendazane.com/emailAre you a dad? Find out more about our soon-to-launch men's community hereGetting real this week about the mental and physical burnout and empathy fatigue we can feel as parents when we're trying our hardest with our kids who are struggling with substance use. It's not often talked about but it's real, so we'll dive into what it can feel like and 3 things you can start doing today to turn it around.You'll also hear a secret tip about taking care of yourself that might just help when you're tempted to put yourself last. It's a snack-sized episode that will help if you're running on empty and need to start feeling better but aren't sure where to start.
Rollercoasters are a fun diversion, but they're no way to live. That's why the whipsaw experience of being on an emotional rollercoaster is one of the things folks are most happy to see leave their life. Those radical highs and lows aren't confined to the times when people are using - they often extend well into sobriety. Usually driven by hyper-sensitivity and, to be honest, a lot of self-absorption. And that's where today's guest comes in…. As we mark the beginning of Year Two for Tell Me Something True, we're revisiting a conversation with Veronica Valli on emotional sobriety. We get into how emotional sobriety does, and doesn't, relate to abstinence from substance or process addictions. What emotional sobriety actually means, why it's something everyone has to do (not just people in recovery) if they want healthy relationships, because no matter what, “the hardest thing any human being has to do is deal with other people.” In addition to being a dear friend, Veronica is a woman in long-term recovery, a therapist, a sobriety coach, founder of the Soberful program, a co-host of the Soberful podcast, and the author of three books, the most recent of which, Soberful: Uncover a Sustainable, Fulfilling Life Free of Alcohol. Veronica has genuine encouragement to share about the comfort and relief that comes from living an integrated life. As happens every time we talk, after this conversation, we felt more grounded, clear, and hopeful and hope this has the same effect for you, too. Veronica's site: https://www.veronicavalli.com/ The Soberful podcast: https://soberful.com/ Episode link: Spotify playlist for this episode: Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Support TMST today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free: https://tmst.supercast.com/
More information can be found at www.socialchangeleaders.net “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou What do empathy and emotional intelligence have to do with social change leadership? As we are finding our way to the other side of the COVID pandemic and are in what many call “The Great Resignation,” we look at how empathy and emotional intelligence can be leaders' greatest tools for creating healthy and sustainable workplaces and communities. While we are not experts on this, we wanted to share a few things we have discovered and share ten habits and actions we can all be doing to build our empathy and emotional intelligence muscles. Today was talk about: What emotional intelligence and empathy are and is and why it is important Some of the benefits to being an empathetic leader Why leaders might want to adopt practices and habits that make them more emotionally intelligent and empathetic Ten ideas for habits and practices that build our emotional intelligence and empathy ‘muscles' Referenced in This Episode: Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman Brene Brown Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Skill According to Research Simon Sinek's Speech about Empathy To learn more about: Traci Warnberg-Lemm, Social Motion Stephanie Malon-Rufi, Spark Good
Guest Bio: Christine Porath is a tenured professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. She's the author of Mastering Civility and co-author of The Cost of Bad Behavior. She is also a consultant working with leading organizations to help people and communities thrive. Her speaking and consulting clients include Google, United Nations, World Bank, Microsoft, Genentech, Marriott, 3M, Verizon, Ford, World Health Organization, and Cleveland Clinic. Highlights “What are the costs of these small interactions between people, that can make them feel disrespected or small?” [6:44] Christine Porath asks the big question that makes up research on the need for community in the workplace. “I stepped out of the shower and my back went out...I could not move, and it ended up being that the stress was exacerbated by toxic management. This fear based, intense pressure cooker that put unrealistic expectations on me.” [7:29] Marcel shares a story from his personal past and how toxic management caused physical injury due to stress. “We looked at witnesses, and it was taking them off track just as much. Their performance was declining by about 33%.” [16:42] When discussing the consequences in her research, Christine shares some statistics on productivity all the way down to the witnesses of negative interactions beyond those directly involved. “Nearly 50% said because they would be at a disadvantage if they were civil or respectful at work. They thought they would be less leader like.” [18:14] Christine shares some interesting insights on the reason behind rude or negative behavior in the workplace. “I'm really curious, on what you saw as maybe one or two of the worst examples of incivility in the research.” [20:46] Marcel, intrigued by Christine's research in negative behavior in the workplace, lines up space for Christine to share some examples involving public belittling of employees during meetings. “74% of people are actually more engaged, 81% are more likely to stay with the company…83% reported higher thriving at work and a sense of being more energized, alive, and growing.” [24:14] Marcel lists some eye-opening stats on the positive impact of a strong community at work. Christine comments on the difference it would make for employees to prioritize working in an environment with a sense of community. “Everyday they would meet in this film room, and it wouldn't be about the X's and O's, the strategies, the game. It was this idea of sharing information, and being vulnerable, and talking about things that mattered.”[31:10] Christine explains an example of Uniting People, with a story of coach Phil Jackson and the Chicago Bulls. “It's these moments, that if you're mindful which is hard these days, can really make a difference to people.” [38:49] Christine talks about the impact of small moments in acknowledging and respecting people, like with her story of Empathy at Cleveland Clinic. “Given how important culture is whether you're PTA, or a school, or a local organization, we should prioritize culture and think about how do we continue to strive to get better?” [43:01] Sharing about Boosting Wellness, Christine gives examples of small but impactful ways to improve culture in the workplace. “There's community in so many ways, but people don't think about community in a work sense.” [49:00] Closing out today's episode, Marcel connects community as an important extension of love in the workplace. Resources: Christine Porath Christine Porath (@PorathC) / Twitter Christine Porath - Professor of Management - Georgetown University | LinkedIn Mastering Community: The Surprising Ways Coming Together Moves Us from Surviving to Thriving
Ep #168 - Empathy, what is it good for? Absolutely everything. As we all traverse the ebbs and flows of our own life journeys, we are consistently going to find ourselves in a place where someone will be in need or want of support and in these moments you are capable of being the person for them in that moment. No doubt you have desired someone to be there for you, to be capable of stepping into the vulnerability required, as a human, who can and will create a connection with you when it is needed most. This episode will deep dive you into why empathy is so important, what empathy is, and how you can start achieving your highest state of empathy today - all the while being sincere and honest with your care and concern. If you want a world full of empathy, if you want your sobriety and recovery to be surrounded by empathetic souls - you first create the world you want to live and love in and watch the world, slowly perhaps or quickly, evolve with you. ***************** Show notes I discuss in the episode... Breńe Brown - Perspective taking - Staying out of judgment - Recognizing emotions someone else is feeling - Communicating that you understand an emotion * Three types of Empathy Cognitive: Simply knowing how the other person feels and what they might be thinking. * perspective-taking; perceptual positions connecting their unfulfilled needs to needs you have had unfulfilled Emotional: When you take on the feelings of the other person. empaths: exude the emotions another person is sharing with you Compassionate: We understand a person's predicament AND feel with them; can be, spontaneously motivated to help them people pleaser, volunteer ***************** Just hit play and let's dive in with our open minds, hearts, and energies bringing everyone into the fold - you are in the right place, at the right time...right now. It is time. It has been time. To live is to shine. Step into the SUN. Stand up, step forward, raise your hand - it's your turn, I will call on you. ******************************************** Thank you so much for listening and being a part of my tribe and this wonderfully supportive community. Here's to being a part of ending the stigma, No longer are we living in the shadows - Anonymous no more!! ******************************************** Join the Tribe through The HUB: https://www.jessemogle.com/thehub/ ******************************************** Check out my Store! It's like an inventory of things I sell!! The Jesse Mogle Store ******************************************** Wanna support me, my show, and my goal of reaching 1,117,117 humans seeking their way from the darkness into the light?!?! Buy me a coffee to keep me going or some gas for my work in the field - Buy me a coffee, gallon of gas, or a bite to eat! Be a Patron on Patreon! ******************************************** I know you enjoy the show, so please subscribe, rate, and click this link to review on iTunes - even if you listen on Spotify or others apps. Help me spread the word about my show! Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show. If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, want to have me as a guest on your show - or simply want to let me know a bit about you, your journey, and how my show has helped you…please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. ******************************************** Tik Tok: http://www.tiktok.com/@jessemogle Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.jessemogle.com From Sobriety to Recovery Podcast: https://www.jessemogle.com/fromsobrietytorecovery/ College Success Habits Podcast: https://www.jessemogle.com/collegesuccesshabitspodcast/ ******************************************** Join the Tribe through The HUB: https://www.jessemogle.com/thehub/ ********************************************
On this episode of the Fresh Start Family Show - Terry and Wendy have an insightful conversation with a long-time friend and founder of Dad University, Jason Kreidman. Jason discusses his journey through parenthood, which paved his way to founding an educational company dedicated to helping other dads gain confidence in their parenting. The focus of this conversation is the #1 tool for parents to add to their parenting toolkit … empathy and how a shift in perspective can truly save relationships and build connected families. For more information, go to: www.freshstartfamilyonline.com/133