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Girls Who Do Stuff
Growth Always in All Ways - A Gaggle of Gentlemen

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 68:32


In This Episode:   Most men do not have a safe place. So who do they talk about their stuff with? Sadly, no one. We talk about why that is. What are men most afraid of? Vulnerability. Are women attracted to strength and confidence? Do men feel like vulnerability is a lack of confidence. We talk about how the last generation modeled manhood for this generation.  We discuss meditation and how it was an awakening for some of the men in the group. The men share their perspectives on ego and pride as a man in our culture. The guys in the group invite others to join them the second Thursday of every month. Episode Sponsor: This episode of Girls Who Do Stuff is brought to you by Healing Green Farms. Get safe, pure CBD products handmade by local experts to fit your needs.Healing Green Farms grows organic American hemp and uses a supercritical carbon dioxide extraction process to derive the crude oil with no residual solvents, creating the purest product.Help Your Friends come as they are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story.If you like The Girls Who Do Stuff, visit our website to subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like The Girls Who Do Stuff we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). 

THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach
440 \\ 5 Biblical Truths to Encourage You to Answer the Call of God from the Book of Haggai

THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 17:29


Hey Friend!   In today's episode, I am sharing 5 biblical truths to encourage you to answer the call of God.   I just wrapped up a bible study on the short book of Haggai, and I was so blessed by the message - I wanted to share it with you. There is always so much wisdom in God's word.   This book was highly relevant to where we sit today: called women who are too busy, afraid, distracted, or even too self-conscious to answer...   We wonder if we are hearing God right if He is really choosing us. We wonder if now is the right time if we should wait just a little longer... you know, til' things settle down. We think we are too busy... and we continue to delay obedience.   We learn in Haggai that this problem isn't new. We also learn that delayed obedience means disobedience. That not taking immediate action on God's calling means missed blessing and protection.   Instead of making excuses for why we can't answer God's call, we need to leap in excited anticipation of the glory that comes from faithfully serving Him.   I hope this message encourages you and I pray it blesses you.   XO, Stef   All the things -> www.stefaniegass.com   Free Female Christian Entrepreneur Community-> www.stefgasscommunity.com Ready to get clear on your calling so you can start an online business? Join my Free, 4-Step Clarity Framework Workshop! Instant access at-> www.freeclarityworkshop.com Need a step-by-step blueprint on how to start your online business? Download a Free, 14-Step Biz Blueprint Checklist!-> www.completebusinessblueprint.com Wondering if you should start a podcast? Take this quiz and find out! -> www.startapodcastquiz.com   Wanna work together, friend!? Step 1: Get Clear on Your God-led Calling so You Can Start an Online Business-> www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Grow an Organic, Evergreen Audience using Podcasting-> www.podcastprouniversity.com  Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast Using Courses and Coaching-> www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com    Contact us at-> support@stefaniegass.com

Joni and Friends Radio
Bringing Comfort

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 4:00


How can you encourage and bring comfort to those around you who are struggling? Offer your presence and be there for them! Find more practical ways to encourage at joniradio.org.

Badass Ladies Club
Personal Integrity

Badass Ladies Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:02


Healing journeys are revealing and at some point will bring you to ask yourself, “What is in integrity for me?”. Looking at this topic we uncovered a whole realm of self discovery, it feels amazing, and challenging! This week we jump into the idea of a personal integrity cleanse that will have you spinning into new levels of understanding yourself and the values you live by. Follow the Badass Ladies Club IG: @thebadasrsladiesclub FB: Badassladies Club Tiktok: thebadassladiesclub Youtube: The Badass Ladies Club

Accidental Tomatoes
Season 3 Episode 14: The dreams you encourage them to dream

Accidental Tomatoes

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 25:57


Navigating the tension between knowing that the pursuit of justice and liberation is a long game and actively working toward them can be overwhelming. In this episode, Joe talks about how a largely overlooked line from a widely misused passage from the book of Jeremiah elevates the sacred work of nonviolent resistance.

Del Ray Baptist Audio
Evening Service: We Encourage and Admonish One Another (1 Thessalonians 5:11)

Del Ray Baptist Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 21:52


Apostolic Fellowship Churches Of Christ Jesus
Encourage Yourself In The Lord - Elder Edward Robertson

Apostolic Fellowship Churches Of Christ Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 38:09


Apostolic Fellowship Church of Christ Jesus Friday Evening Worship Service 1153 Blue Hills Ave, Bloomfield, CT 06002 We can be reached by contacting us at AFCMedia@AFC-ct.com or calling us at 860-242-3518.

The Art of Decluttering
Jealousy vs Contentment

The Art of Decluttering

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 38:50


Do you feel the need to keep up with the Jones's? Has your house become overrun with stuff that you purchased to bring you happiness but instead it just brought you more stuff? Come join us as we explore the impact jealousy can have on our lives (and our stuff!) and how practising gratitude could be answer to stopping the green eyed monster...In this episode we;● Define jealousy, envy and contentment;● Explore how jealousy and contentment fit into the world of decluttering;● Encourage you to practise gratitude as a way of shifting out of jealousy;● Challenge you to unsubscribe from those emails as marketing plays into jealousy and lack of contentment;● Ask you to think about what it would take for you to be content?;And so so so so much more...We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Control Episode● Emotions Episode● Judgement Episode● When Harry Met Sally Movie (this scene is not appropriate for children!!)Thank you to Jenna benna 85 for your podcast review!! If you do own a Louis Vuitton bag (real or not) then its your turn to leave us a review!For more details on how to connect with us head to our website.For details on becoming a Patreon supporter take a look here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Robert McLean's Podcast
Quick Climate Links: Christiana Figueres on Australian catastrophe; Kate Grenville urges authors to encourage people to 'vote climate'; Rob Priestly spices up Nicholls contest

Robert McLean's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 10:24


Rob Priestly (pictured in the Melbourne Age) has brought the fire and passion of an independent candidate to the usually conservative seat of Nicholls in northern  Victoria. Today's Melbourne Age (Sunday, May 15) carried the story: "‘One of the most likely to fall': independent push gathers steam in regional Victoria". Also in The Melbourne Age, reporter Jane Sullivan tells readers: "Top Australian authors urge readers to put climate first in election vote". And the hero of the 2015/16 Paris climate talks, Christiana Figueres says, in an opinion piece, "Floods, fires, coral bleaching: Politicians leading the country to climate catastrophe". Other Quick Climate Links for today are: "Glorious beach summers are part of the Australian imagination. My children are making different memories"; "Tuvalu, sinking in the Pacific, fears becoming a superpower 'pawn'"; "20 solutions to climate change you can try from your own home"; "Can restaurant menus help diners choose climate-friendly meals?"; "Corporates must make ‘a pivot without precedent'"; "Australia's Politics May Be Changing With Its Climate"; "Cost of living and fixing aged care are top concerns as election nears, ANU poll shows"; "Climate Poll 2021"; "How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for Decades"; "Oil Giants Sell Dirty Wells to Buyers With Looser Climate Goals, Study Finds"; "Did Warming Play a Role in Deadly South African Floods? Yes, a Study Says."; "Pinterest Will Now Take Down Content Spreading Climate Change Misinformation"; "Missing the emissions for the trees: Biomass burning booms in East Asia"; "Philippines inquiry finds polluters liable for rights violations, urging litigation"; "Mexico's oil gets even dirtier as flaring continues to soar"; "Environment tipping points fast approaching in UK, says watchdog"; "Temperatures could hit 27C in UK with week of sunshine forecast"; "Birds, beavers and microparks: experts plan to rewild London"; "Living Earth Movement"; "What Ministers in a new Government should do – climate change, China-US relations and our region"; "2022 Federal Election: Climate Scorecard"; "Qld rains ease but flood warnings remain"; "Perth teenager upcycles old electronics and computers to give them back to those in need"; "Ask Fuzzy: Why do we need dung beetles?"; "Climate Change Is Disrupting the Global Supply Chain Too"; "The U.S. pledged billions to fight climate change. Then came the Ukraine war"; "Heed the warnings of this palm tree, a 200-year-old drought survivor"; "Alan Kohler: The end of coal is nigh. The next government must tell the truth"; "Coming this Summer: Spiking Electricity Bills Plus Blackouts"; "Fossil Fuels Aren't Just Harming the Planet. They're Making Us Sick"; "Earth Has a 50-50 Chance of Hitting a Grim Global Warming Milestone in the Next Five Years"; "A Climate Progressive Leads a Crowded Democratic Field for Pittsburgh's 12th Congressional District Seat"; "New Research Shows Aerosol Emissions May Have Masked Global Warming's Supercharging of Tropical Storms"; "To Equitably Confront Climate Change, Cities Need to Include Public Health Agencies in Planning Adaptations"; "Warming Trends: Weather Guarantees for Your Vacation, Plus the Benefits of Microbial Proteins and an Urban Bias Against the Environment"; "Inside Clean Energy: In a World Starved for Lithium, Researchers Develop a Method to Get It from Water"; "‘Everything was orange': US wildfires burning at furious pace early this year"; "Poisoned legacy: why the future of power can't be nuclear"; "George Monbiot: ‘On a vegan planet, Britain could feed 200 million people'"; "South Africa's April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say"; "Plastic-stuffed seabirds sound alarm call for Australian ocean health"; "Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault". Enjoy "Music for a Warming World". Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/climateconversations

The Gee and Ursula Show
Hour 3: Should We Encourage a Return to the Office?

The Gee and Ursula Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 32:33


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Joni and Friends Radio
Masterpiece in Progress

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:00


Draw near to God's masterpieces all around you – the people he's made! He places immense value on your life. And he invites you to take part in mending broken hearts by encouraging and lifting others up.

3,2,1 iRelaunch
EP 237: How to Encourage the Relauncher in Your Life, with Chad Koenig

3,2,1 iRelaunch

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 21:58


Chad Koenig is a Managing Director with Cushman & Wakefield's Atlanta Office Tenant Advisory Group. His wife, relauncher Kati Koenig, was our guest for the 223rd episode of the 3,2,1 iRelaunch podcast. Kati took a 20-year career break before relaunching her career as a Salesforce Administrator. She is now a Senior Salesforce Business Analyst for Booz Allen Hamilton. In this episode, which is the first of our “The Importance of Significant Others in Relaunching” mini-series, we'll talk with Chad about how he and Kati navigated Kati's career break and her return to work.

The Path to $20 Million with Mike Prewett
Touch things once and surround yourself with people that encourage you | Power Talk - May 12, 2022

The Path to $20 Million with Mike Prewett

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 11:56


Today we conclude one of the most important conversations we can ever have around the effective management of our time so that we can lead the lives we desire and care for the people who are important to us. 

PowerPoint on Oneplace.com
A Father's Blessing

PowerPoint on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:04


As we live our legacy of faith, how are we to bless our children? Using an acrostic for BLESS, Pastor Jack Graham teaches that we must: Build our children's self-esteem; Love our children unconditionally; Encourage our children; Shape our children's values; Share our faith with them. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/395/29

Help Club for Moms
Come Worship with the Help Club and Encourage Your Heart!

Help Club for Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 34:51


His mercies are new every morning! Let's worship Him together!"The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." Lamentations 3:22-23

Cincinnati Edition
Upcoming Power to Pursue Summit aims to encourage and empower women entrepreneurs

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 18:46


A one-day summit on May 20 aims to help women take charge of their own financial futures after a punishing couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cincinnati Edition
Upcoming Power to Pursue Summit aims to encourage and empower women entrepreneurs

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 18:46


A one-day summit on May 20 aims to help women take charge of their own financial futures after a punishing couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Girls Who Do Stuff
Position yourself to change the world - Christina Marie Noel

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:18


In This Episode:   Christina Marie Noel has spent the last eight years focused on understanding what it takes to build & grow mission-driven organizations.  Christina has interviewed more than 50 world-changing leaders on how to design a life with a purpose for the Arc Benders storytelling project.  She is a certified marketing consultant who owns a Certified B Corporation called Noel & Co.where she works with and amplifies other bad-a$$ mission-driven companies. We talk about what it is and what it takes to become a Certified B Corporation. Christina shares her story about deciding to quit her job on a Friday and leaving on Monday. She started a photography company. Did a storytelling project that helped her discover her passion for marketing and consulting. This led to her getting a job where she audited 10 different companies: including Ben & Jerry's. Quotes from this episode:What do you sell? Jokingly: I sell things on powerpoint and then we do the things we said we were going to do. ~ChristinaYou have got to follow your gut and figure out what lights you up. Everyday.Mention on this episode:  B Local Triangle NoelAndCo.io Christina's Instagram Connect with her on LinkedIn Episode Sponsor: This episode of Girls Who Do Stuff is brought to you by Sarah Madras Coaching. We build brave leaders who create contagious cultures. Are you a boss or a leader? Join the Free Facebook group, Hire us to facilitate workshops, or do one on one coaching and development. Most business leaders won't get it, but I know you will if you learn to trust your team. Trust is money. Help Your Friends come as they are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story.If you like The Girls Who Do Stuff, visit our website to subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like The Girls Who Do Stuff we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). 

Wharton Business Radio Highlights
Nicole Walters: Mother's Day Is an Opportunity To Encourage Moms To Build Businesses That Can Feed Their Families and Their Souls

Wharton Business Radio Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 10:18


Nicole Walters, Entrepreneur, consultant and CEO of Inherit Learning Company, and Star of USA Network's She's the Boss, talks about finding meaningful work success while being a mother. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Business of Mother's Day special. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Education Evolution
109. Treating Higher Ed as an Investment

Education Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:50


Being a parent is hard. Being a parent of a child who will one day graduate from high school and have to make decisions about what to do next is even more difficult. And they're one and the same.   In the United States, we live in a tragedy of student loan debt. According to Investopedia, Americans hold about $1.75 trillion in student loan debt. And while the government debates on whether to forgive some of that debt or continue to defer it, our youth continue to apply for student loans.   It's time for a real conversation about the support that's available to students, what parents' responsibility should be, and why the school a child attends (if any) is no reflection on the parent. And shouldn't be.   This week on the podcast, Ken Ruggiero, chairman and CEO of Ascent Funding shares what might be some unpopular (but very realistic) thoughts on higher education. He gets real about why students exit college without a degree or with loans they can't pay back. It's an equation, and Ken is sharing his organization's (free) tool to determine whether the school a teen is choosing is a good investment or if they should look elsewhere.   Be sure to tune in! About Ken Ruggiero: Ken, Chairman and CEO of Ascent Funding, is a veteran and innovator in higher education finance with more than 25 years spent managing start-up through Fortune 1000 companies, helping them create meaningful change and improvement in their delivery of financial services. Throughout his career Ken has worked tirelessly to improve access to higher education and he continues to be a passionate advocate for expanded financial literacy and transparency in the space.   During his tenure at Goal Financial, from 2003-2007, the company originated more than $8 billion in student loans and became a top 10 student-loan provider. After the company's exit from the lending space in 2008, Ken spearheaded the reinvention of Goal Financial into Goal Solutions, a leading provider of asset management in the education finance industry. Under his leadership, Goal Solutions has significantly grown their service and product offerings, eventually reentering the origination space in 2017 with the creation of Ascent Funding.  Jump in the Conversation: [1:40] - The student loan debt tragedy [3:50] - What support is out there for students [4:47] - Education spending is an investment [6:38] - Revolutionizing how students plan, pay for, and succeed in school [9:08] - The difference between student loans and home loans [12:30] - There's almost too much data available to help you determine your future college [16:15] - The system is designed to get you into debt and get you into school [17:28] - Maureen's personal scenario as a mom [18:40] - Where to start with not relying on a parents' money for law school [24:38] - What to pay attention to with young children and kids close to college [32:59] - Dual enrollment and changing financial trajectory [35:30] - What parents need to do to be more financially savvy about paying for higher [42:18] - Encourage kids to bring you adult problems [46:45] - Know your parameters, even if you don't like them [49:40] - Combine capital and learning and support for the best results [51:00] - Ken's Magic Wand - How Ken would recreate the higher ed funding landscape 40% are first time learners [58:04] - Maureen's takeaways Links & Resources Ascent Funding Bright Futures Tool Ascent Connect Success Platform Episode 39: Creating Human-Centered Learning Edgecombe County Public Schools Graduate Aims View the April 2022 EdActive summit presentations Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep

Muslim Podblogger
Femme Care

Muslim Podblogger

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 13:28


Take control of your health by getting to know your body, seeking out qualified information and asking questions. Encourage those around you to take care of themselves and their health. Your health is an investment, not an expense.

Whimsie By Traci Podcast
It's gona be a great day

Whimsie By Traci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 6:21


ENCOURAGE one another!!

Badass Ladies Club
Processing

Badass Ladies Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 61:40


Learning to integrate and fully accept the realities of your healing journey takes time, rest, patience… it's called processing. In this episode we talk about what it means to be in process and how to best support yourself or someone else who is doing this work. Join us for our next Costa Rica retreat July 6-11, 2022! Follow the Badass Ladies Club IG: @thebadasrsladiesclub FB: Badassladies Club Tiktok: thebadassladiesclub Youtube: The Badass Ladies Club

The Encourage Project with Amy A. Fairchild
067 | Enneagram & Human Projects

The Encourage Project with Amy A. Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 58:01


Our last episode wrapped up the 3-part series on the Human Project Framework – Plan, Act, Reflect. In each of those episodes I shared tools and techniques that I explored and have embraced to support me in my own human projects. In this episode, we explore a tool that has intrigued people on their journeys to self-discovery – Enneagram. Matt Schlegel and I discussed what Enneagram is and how it can fuel your human projects and your relationships. Listen in and let us know what resonates!Best-selling author Matt Schlegel is committed to developing highly effective, style-diverse teams and giving them the tools and strategies to tackle challenges that are seemingly impossible. Principal of Schlegel Consulting, Matt started his career as an electrical engineer and soon realized that successful project outcomes depend more on leading people than leading electrons. Matt discovered a powerful system called the Enneagram and used it to develop a novel set of tools, strategies, and applications for team effectiveness that he uses in his consulting practice and shares in his book Teamwork 9.0.In this episode:Beyond the Human Project FrameworkWhat is Enneagram?Awareness and curiosityCommunication and conflictHow to get startedConnect with Matt:Website – www.evolutionaryteams.comLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattschlegel/Instagram - @MattSchlegel6YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLkUMHuG4HVa831s9yeoZ5Q/Continue the conversation with Amy and The Encourage Project community!Interested to work with Amy? Go to www.theencourageproject.com to book a curiosity sessionInstagram – @the_encourage_projectLinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-a-fairchild-pmp-03b7022/Special thanks to my new producer Nick Galieti – and the band Suite 25 (check them out on Spotify)!

Minor Touches To Major Impact For Nonprofits
Volunteers Equal MORE MONEY!

Minor Touches To Major Impact For Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 16:17


STOP FUNDRAISING ALONE! CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT JOINING THE MINOR TOUCHES TO MAJOR IMPACT FUNDRAISING ACCELERATOR.Today's Episode:Organizations that treat volunteers as lifelong major donors will flourish.Greg Warner describes "volunteerism [as] the gateway drug leading to major giving and legacy gifts."Amazing nonprofits and churches maximize opportunities for people to serve (read Why Would You Make A Job Harder?).Some things you can do…Make job descriptions for the volunteer positions you need. Put a Celebration of Volunteers on the calendar.Encourage 'shoulder-tapping'To help you head down the path toward more volunteer engagement I have created a "Volunteer Culture" resource for you. Use it to help you and your team determine the health of your volunteer culture. It is my gift to you.FREE DOWNLOAD - Volunteer Culture Worksheets - CLICK HEREConnect With David OaksINSTAGRAMLINKEDIN

Theological Musings
Encourage Scripture Engagement

Theological Musings

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 42:40


A discussion about scripture engagement

TonioTimeDaily
How to have a healthy relationship with your sexuality

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 30:30


"Get comfortable with your own body — and be kind to it What do you do for self-care? What can you do to incorporate your body into that? Maybe it's taking a candlelit bath. Maybe it's giving yourself a manicure or pedicure. Maybe it's sleeping naked. Maybe it's getting a massage, shaving your legs, exfoliating your face… I don't know. Regardless, it's crucial to find ways to take care of your body while you're exploring your own sexuality. Look at your body in the mirror. Listen to music while you're getting dressed and ready for the day. Anything that you can do to get comfortable with your body and establish some positive experiences with it is going to be helpful to you. And make sure to nourish your body, too — eat yummy, healthy, exciting foods, and if you'd like, do something that you enjoy for exercise. These, too, will help promote self-care and teach you to appreciate your body, which is a big step. After all, you can't have sex with yourself or explore your own sexuality in a healthy way if you are ashamed or repulsed by your own body. Take time to reflect Don't leave yourself in the lurch! This will be a learning experience, and at times it might be difficult or emotional or even confusing. Understand that this is normal, and give yourself space to process the things that you've learned and discovered about yourself. Maybe that means writing songs. Maybe it's scribbling a diary entry at the end of every day, or just when you feel like it. Maybe you take photos or make an art piece to sort through your feelings. No matter what it is, make sure that you have a creative or expressive outlet. That way, if you struggle with shame or confusion or negativity or self-hatred, you can process it and hopefully develop more understanding. This also encourages honesty and transparency, and the more you have of that, the better and easier your journey will become, especially in regards to sex. Encourage yourself to shift your narrative about sexuality What do you do when a thought about sex or sexuality comes into your head? Do you feel shameful? Do you dismiss it? Do you cringe? Do you try not to think about it? Whatever your response is, if it's negative, it's worthy of modifying your perspective. Encourage yourself to dive into those thoughts. When one goes through your head, either internally or out loud, tell yourself, “Hey, this is normal, this is healthy.” Your body is speaking to you, and telling you that this is a topic worthy of exploring. Your body is worthy of love and understanding. And if you ever feel shame, ask yourself what you can do in that moment to alleviate the shame. Can you hop on a sex-positive social media account? Can you listen to a song about self-love and acceptance (“Born This Way,” perhaps — ha!)? Can you stop and take a moment to tell yourself, “I am learning, and I am normal, and I have no reason to be ashamed”? Develop a way to address these negative narratives so that you can encourage more positive ones." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Investor Connect Podcast
Startup Funding Espresso -- Build Your Community

Investor Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 1:45


Build Your Community Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso -- your daily shot of startup funding and investing. In funding startups, it's important to build out your startup ecosystem. A stronger startup scene will bring better funding opportunities. Here are some key points for building your startup ecosystem: The startup world goes through cycles every 3-5 years with new technologies, companies, and programs, so it's important to keep up to date. Identify the new technologies and programs that startups need. Foster the culture around startups and help others find their place in it, even if they are not starting up a company but rather providing services or support. Follow your curiosity about new technologies and introduce experts and speakers in those niches to your startup community. Encourage those who are working on startups to maintain the faith and keep up the good work. Set a vision for the future of the startup community and rally others around it. Foster connections within the community through networking platforms, meetings, and other activities that bring people together. Take the lead in setting up programs and promoting the startup community to the outside world. Thank you for joining us for the Startup Funding Espresso where we help startups and investors connect for funding. Let's go startup something today. ___________________________________ For more episodes from Investor Connect, please visit the site at:   Check out our other podcasts here:   For Investors check out:   For Startups check out:   For eGuides check out:   For upcoming Events, check out    For Feedback please contact info@tencapital.group    Please , share, and leave a review. Music courtesy of .

Horse Hippie’s Morning Mantras
Live Above the Fray

Horse Hippie’s Morning Mantras

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 1:03


Morning Mantra: "There is no happiness to be found in anger, bitterness, and hate."Happy people don't go around making other people miserable.They don't wish bad things will happen to someone, they don't belittle, or create drama wherever they go.Broken people do.So don't waste your time and precious energy trying to correct them, fix them, or change their mind.Choose grace instead. Choose gratitude and joy.Run with your arms wide open towards faith.Encourage, lift up and say a little prayer instead.Life is short and it's easy to waste it dwelling on nonsense. Live above the fray.Spread your beautiful light, and break the cycle.#BeWillingToLiveAboveTheFray #BeHappy #BeHorsey #BeHippie #HorseHippie #MorningMantra #InspirationalQuotes #HorseHippieBoutique #SmallBusinessOwner #WomenOwned

MomStuffCoffeeShop
How To Become A Better Mom- 12 Tips- Mother's Day 2022

MomStuffCoffeeShop

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 19:03


12 Life Lessons For Mother's Day.- Mother's Day 2022 Becoming a mom is one of the most rewarding experiences a woman can have. There are so many amazing things about being a mom, but what is the best part? Every mom will have their own answer to this question, but here are some of my most valuable lessons in motherhood. BUSINESS IDEA CHECK LIST:https://www.subscribepage.com/business-idea-checklist-offer   Happy Mother's Day 1. Appreciate your children- We have 4 and let me just say how much I appreciate them for each of their unique qualities 2. Let them be themselves- This lesson has been life changing because I once thought they would all be the same. 3. Teach them to be independent- You will thank me later 4. Encourage them to explore their interests- Creativity is frowned upon in some families, let them explore, you never know there it will lead. 5. Help them develop a good work ethic- This is imperative to financial stability, integrity, and gives them a since of pride they can pass down 6. Show them how to love and be kind to others- Hand up! who thinks their boss, coworkers, and the rest of the world could use more empathy? Now some tips just for you as a mom 7.You are enough - you don't need to be perfect 8. It's okay to ask for help 9. Take time for yourself, even if it's just 10 minutes a day 10. Don't compare yourself to other mothers 11. You're not alone - there is a motherhood community out there for you 12.Embrace the chaos - it means your children are thriving Rate, Share and Subscribe to this podcast anywhere you are listening Remember, You can always celebrate wins and get back up again inside, The MomStuffCoffeeShop

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 05.05.22

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 55:44


Here's what we're talking about on Leid Stories today -- Living well(ish) on a tight budget.   SAVING MONEY IN A WAR ECONOMY: SMALL STEPS TO KEEP YOU GOING   ︎Are you preparing / have you begun to make plans to live in a war economy? What changes have you made or are planning to make? What plans should we consider making right now?   ︎Make a plan, with a minimum of how much you'll try to save each week. Encourage each member of your household to do the same.   ︎Set up your own network of family and friends also trying to cut expenses and save money.   ︎ Cut your utility bills.   ︎Cut your drycleaning bill.   ︎Start a pantry for making simple, low-cost, nutritious meals.   ︎ Make a list of people near you who should be checked on or might need assistance.   ︎ Stay on (or, even better,  below) budget, taking advantage of specials and sales.   ︎Consider healthier choices for you and your family.   ︎Creatively mix and match or recycle clothing.   ︎Buy when there's a good sale.

Java with Juli
#415: How To Encourage and Celebrate the Single Mom in Your Life

Java with Juli

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 47:09


God's promise of provision for the single mom is also a call to body of Christ. In this episode, Michelle Donnelly from PlusONE Parenting shares her story of overcoming loss and shame, finding healing, and how God showed her that she wasn't really alone. She'll share the helpful (and not so helpful) things that you can do to walk alongside and bless a single parent today. Guest: Michelle Donnelly Join an Online Book Study! Safe Haven: A Devotional for the Abused and Abandoned by Michelle Donnelly* Seen: Hope and Healing for Single Moms by Michelle Donnelly* The Christian Single Mom's Podcast plusoneparents.org Subscribe to "Java with Juli" and listen on your iPhone or Android *This is an affiliate link. AI may earn referral fees from qualifying purchases.  

Radical Candor
Radical Candor S4, Ep6: Get Sh*t Done Step 2 (Part 2) — Leverage Staff Meetings to Help Clarify Ideas

Radical Candor

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 19:35


It's time for part two of how to clarify your thinking for yourself and others as part of the Get Sh*t Done Wheel (listen to part one). On this episode of the Radical Candor podcast, Kim, Jason and Amy discuss how to use staff meetings and think time as ways to clarify your ideas. Radical Candor Podcast Episode At a Glance An effective staff meeting has three goals: it reviews how things have gone the previous week, allows people to share important updates, and forces the team to clarify the most important decisions and debates for the coming week. That's it. It shouldn't be the place to have debates or make decisions. Your job is to establish a consistent agenda, insist that people stick to it, and corral people who go on for too long or who go off on tangents. Here's the agenda that Kim has found to be most effective: Learn: review key metrics (20 minutes) Listen: put updates in a shared document (15 minutes) Clarify: identify key decisions & debates (30 minutes)   In Radical Candor, Kim writes: “In addition to all your regularly planned meetings, people want to talk to you about this or that; urgent matters will arise that you must deal with. When are you supposed to find time to clarify your own thinking, or to help the people who work for you clarify theirs?” “My advice is that you schedule in some ‘Think Time' [on your calendar], and hold that think time sacred. Let people know that they cannot ever schedule over it. Get really, seriously angry if they try. Encourage everyone on your team to do the same.” Radical Candor Podcast Checklist Avoid the fundamental attribution error by focusing on specifics, not attributes. Instead of saying (or thinking) “What an idiot,” be very clear about what went wrong. Try the CORE model — Context, Observation, Result, nExt stEps. Focus on helping the person fix the problem by providing specifics they can act on, rather than criticizing personality traits that they can't alter. A well-run meeting can save you time by alerting you to problems, sharing updates efficiently, and getting you all on the same page about what the week's shared priorities are. Remember, timeboxing is your friend. Take 20 minutes to learn, 15 minutes to listen and 30 minutes to clarify. Schedule Think Time away from your desk. Think Time is a mix of focused thinking and mind-wandering that allows for the kind of problem-solving, creativity and innovative mindset needed to tackle those difficult problems. Try taking a walk and removing distractions.

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 05.04.22

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 51:36


Here's what we're talking about on Leid Stories today -- Living well(ish) on a tight budget.   SAVING MONEY IN A WAR ECONOMY: SUGGESTIONS   ︎Are you preparing / have you begun to make plans to live in a war economy? What changes have you made or are planning to make? What plans should we consider making right now?   ︎Make a plan, with a minimum of how much you'll try to save each week. Encourage each member of your household to do the same.   ︎Set up your own network of family and friends also trying to cut expenses and save money.   ︎ Cut your utility bills.   ︎Cut your drycleaning bill.   ︎Start a pantry for making simple, low-cost, nutritious meals.   ︎ Make a list of people near you who should be checked on or might need assistance.   ︎ Stay on (or, even better,  below) budget, taking advantage of specials and sales.   ︎Consider healthier choices for you and your family.   ︎Creatively mix and match or recycle clothing.   ︎Buy when there's a good sale.

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 05.03.22

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 51:14


Here's what we're talking about on Leid Stories today -- Living well(ish) on a tight budget.   SAVING $$$: A START   ︎Are you preparing / have you begun to make plans to live in a war economy? What changes have you made or are planning to make? What plans should we consider making right now?   ︎Make a plan, with a minimum of how much you'll try to save each week. Encourage each member of your household to do the same.   ︎Set up your own network of family and friends also trying to cut expenses and save money.   ︎ Cut your utility bills.   ︎Cut your drycleaning bill.   ︎Start a pantry for making simple, low-cost, nutritious meals.   ︎ Make a list of people near you who should be checked on or might need assistance.   ︎ Stay on (or, even better,  below) budget, taking advantage of specials and sales.   ︎Consider healthier choices for you and your family.   ︎Creatively mix and match or recycle clothing.   ︎Buy when there's a good sale.

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry
How I Used Sports Medicine to Change the Life of Many

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 36:58


In this new podcast episode of Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry, we have a special guest, Dr. Derrick Burgess who is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and a specialist in sports medicine. Dr. Burgess is Co-Captain with his wife Myeasha, a pediatric dentist, in building a winning team with their three beautiful children. He is currently South Central Sports Medicine medical director in Laurel, Mississippi. He participates in providing world-class care for his patients and athletes in South Mississippi. Dr. Burgess is a top motivational speaker and shares his talents to inspire others to achieve their goals despite the obstacles in their way. This week, we are going to talk about Dr. Derrick's path, including how he got his start before becoming a doctor and why he decided to go into social media, particularly podcasting. Furthermore, this episode will be amusing because there will be many similarities between the kind of path and trajectory that we are partaking in, such as the fact that we are both husbands, and a father, that has three children. Also, we both understand the importance of podcasting and delivering a message. Dr. Derrick will talk about a lot of things in this episode that will be quite beneficial to us. The following are some of the most important takeaways from this episode; -Empower the audience to chase their dreams -Provide information to combat obesity -Encourage physical fitness and joint health Take a listen now and stick around 'til the end of today's special episode with Dr. Derrick Burgess as he dropped some pearls of wisdom and his inspiring life's journey with the title "How I Used Sports Medicine to Change the Life of Many". Text LUNCHLEARNPOD to 44222 today or sign up at www.listentodrberry.com to join the mailing list. Remember to subscribe to the podcast and share the episode with a friend or family member. Listen to Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, iHeartRadio, Spotify.

Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon™

Raising a child by providing motherly love, affection, and understanding. Hey Beauties, on this week's podcast, I share with you my tips and tricks on how to be a mother and raise amazing children. As a mother of 4, the process was not easy.  Moms always put themselves last and they prioritize their kids and partner first. Don't neglect yourself because when you're happy, your family will also be happy. Be understanding, communicative, and engaging with your kids. Encourage them to set goals and be open to learning and failing so they can become a strong independent individual. I want to thank my own loving mother for helping me get to where I am today! If you struggle with how to raise your kid and be a mom, listen to find out more! Click HERE to follow me on Instagram Click HERE to purchase KD Skincare Click HERE to listen to more podcasts

EM Pulse Podcast™
Mind The Gap

EM Pulse Podcast™

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 26:43


Did you know that women physicians make 72 cents on every dollar their male counterparts make?! According to the New York Times, this leads to women earning about $2 million less than men over their careers as doctors. In the third episode of our series on women in emergency medicine, we explore the very real gender pay gap that exists in medicine. Dr. Amy Gottlieb is an expert on this topic, having written a book, published studies, and given multiple talks on the subject. She explains what the data show, helps us unpack some of the reasons behind the pay gap, and offers advice on how to move forward.  Is there a gender pay gap where you practice? Tell your story and tag us on social media, @empulsepodcast, or reach out via email empulsepodcast@gmail.com, or through our website, ucdavisem.com. Encourage your friends and colleagues to listen and share their stories, too! ***Please rate us and leave us a review on iTunes! It helps us reach more people.*** Hosts: Dr. Julia Magaña, Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UC Davis Dr. Sarah Medeiros, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at UC Davis Guest: Dr. Amy Gottlieb, Professor of Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School - Baystate Resources: Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine: A Roadmap for Healthcare Organizations and the Women Physicians Who Work for Them 1st ed. 2021 Edition by Amy S. Gottlieb, MD, FACP Gottlieb AS, Jagsi R. Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine. N Engl J Med. 2021 Dec 30;385(27):2501-2504. doi: 10.1056/NEJMp2114955. Epub 2021 Oct 20. PMID: 34670039. Women Earn $2 Million Less Than Men in Their Careers as Doctors By Azeri Ghorayshi, New York Times, Dec. 6, 2021 Take an IAT at Project Implicit *** Thank you to the UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine for supporting this podcast and to Orlando Magaña at OM Audio Productions for audio production services.

Girls Who Do Stuff
Systems, Strategies, and Soul-work with Tiffany Wynn

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 46:11


In This Episode:   Tiffany has spent the past 7 years in the network marketing industry growing a multiple-six-figure business. And now she taking everything I've learned about creating a brand on social media and sharing it with the Girls Who Do Stuff. Tiffany explains what social selling is: it's an all-encompassing industry involving selling products or services on social media. We talk about social selling and the right and wrong ways to do it. Tiffany shares she believes the right way is through your content engaging your followers so they come to you if they are interested.  The bad practices of social selling have given the industry a bit of a bad rap. How do you create compelling content that quickly helps people realize that your product is for them (hell yes), not for them (no thanks), or not right now?  If you want to stand out, you need to have a brand that makes you stand out as a person. It's about you not necessarily your product or service.  Tiffany shares how to get out of the comparison trap on social media. Tiffany share her journey of switching careers from teaching a business mindset and strategy coach   Quotes from this episode:  I am trying to be the person that gets those people who are sliding into random strangers' DMs, or their high school friends that they haven't talked to in 10, or 15 years:  I am the person that is teaching them that is not what we do. - Tiffany Wynn Duplicate the process but not the content. - Tiffany Wynn It takes you showing up to create ripple moments for other people. - Tiffany Wynn You can be authentic and vulnerable. - Jenny Midgley Mention on this episode: You can follow Tiffany on her Instagram @thetiffanywynn  Episode Sponsor: This episode of Girls Who Do Stuff is brought to you by Sarah Madras Coaching. We build brave leaders who create contagious cultures. Are you a boss or a leader? Join the Free Facebook group, Hire us to facilitate workshops, or do one on one coaching and development. Most business leaders won't get it, but I know you will if you learn to trust your team. Trust is money. Help Your Friends come as they are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story.If you like The Girls Who Do Stuff, visit our website to subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like The Girls Who Do Stuff we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). 

Soul Solutions
Have Faith and Believe in Everyday Magic

Soul Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:39


Episode 92: Have Faith and Believe In Everyday Magic Show Description: Living a magical life is seeing the wonder all around you each day. Be mindful of the miracles and open your eyes to see the synchronicities.Top Takeaways:[2:35] Nine Ways to Unlock the Magic in Your Life1.    [2:56] Constantly Ask Yourself Questions. 2.    [3:44] Seek to Be in the State of Flow. 3.    [4:49] Pass on Magical Acts of Kindness.  4.    [5:30] Embrace the Mysteries of Life.  5.    [6:37] Let Your Magical Weirdness Shine. 6.    [7:26] Be Mindful of the Spells You Cast with Your Words.  7.    [8:47] Use Rituals to Help Your Mindshift. 8.    [9:24] Spend Time in the Magic of Nature.9.    [10:10] Respond with Love in All Situations. [11:21] Magically Moving Forward Episode Links: Ø  https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609 Ø  Belief in possibilities  Ø  Stretching Ø  Whispers from your soul Ø  Question yourselfØ  Be in flow with the Universe Ø  Dr. Csikszentmihalyi, there are eight characteristics of flowØ  Encourage someoneØ  Synchronicities Ø  Personality quirks Ø  Power of words Ø  Miguel Ruiz's book, The Four Agreements, Ø  RoutinesØ  Serenity Ø  Love is the balmØ  Different perspectivesØ  See the miracles Ø  Get in touch with meØ  Raven Transcending FearSupport the show (https://paypal.me/TerriKozlowski)

Eat Your Elephant
226: 2 Sneaky Goal Stealers

Eat Your Elephant

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:39


This Episode's Main Points: There are 2 common things that steal people's chances at achieving their goals. Don't let them steal yours. Doubt Comfort You can take small simple steps to prevent them from stopping you from achieving your goals.    Helpful Resources/Links: Want To Reach Your Full Potential?3 Parts To Reaching Full Potential Follow me on Twitter:Nick Maizy Follow me on LinkedIn:Nick Maizy More material:NickMaizy.com   Show Notes: Do you want someone to sneak in during the middle of the night and steal your dreams away from you? Preventing you from ever experiencing the life you want? As scary as that sounds, it actually happens to some people. But, it won't have to happen to you not after listening to this episode.    Having your dreams stolen sounds like one of the most terrible things that could happen. That's exactly why I don't want it to happen to you. Today, we'll talk about 2 common factors that end up stealing people's dreams. Not yours though, because it is relatively simple to guard yourself against these thieves. And once you know about them, they actually lose a lot of their power. You'll just have to stay vigilant and maybe even recruit a friend to help call you out if you start to slip into letting your guard down.    By now you've got to be wondering what thieves I'm talking about.  Doubt  Doubt steals more dreams than failure ever will.  Doubt stops people from trying. Stops them from succeeding and prevents them from ever experiencing what they could. All just because of a little doubt.   What's the source of doubt?  One major source of doubt can steam from fearing failure. Failing is no reason to doubt yourself, though. Listen to episode ‘224: Why You Should Stop Avoiding Failure'.   How to reduce doubt   Build belief!  Encourage yourself See past success.  Acknowledge even the smallest of progress. Take small steps to BIG goals.   Personal development can be the best way to stop doubt from stealing your goals. Comfort  That dangerous comfort zone traps people into not taking the action that could lead to the amazing life they want to live.    You can have comfort or growth. But, not both.    You can develop the habit of stepping out of your comfort zone, though. Yes, it's still a little uncomfortable. But, you're used to it. So, it's not so bad.    How to stop conform from stopping you Build your WHY Become intentional Develop habits through small consistent steps.   Personal Development is the best way to stop comfort from stealing your goals. What you do is your choice. Small steps are easier than large leaps. 

Hope Cast
146. How to Encourage My Church to Address LGBTQIA+ Issues

Hope Cast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 22:36


How should such a growing and concerning issue be addressed? In this episode, Ricky and Bonnie provide practical and biblical wisdom for church communities to address the growing issues and influence from the LGBTQIA+ community and how concerns can be answered with grace and truth.

Badass Ladies Club
Sacred Space

Badass Ladies Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 46:14


This week we are talking about Sacred Space. There are different types of Sacred Spaces that are imperative to growth and healing. There is obviously physical space, but there is also emotional and energetic space, too. What are some of your favorite Sacred Spaces? Follow the Badass Ladies Club IG: @thebadassladiesclub FB: Badassladies Club Tiktok: thebadassladiesclub Youtube: The Badass Ladies Club Check out our healing services, online offerings and more at http://www.badassladiesclub.com Come to Costa Rica with us on a Badass Retreat! https://www.blcbadassretreats.com

Make It Count: Living a Legacy Life
Ep 132 A Legacy of One Good Word with The Ruth Experience

Make It Count: Living a Legacy Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 25:58


I interviewed the three great women that make up The Ruth Experience back in 2019, Ep 40 - "A Legacy of Kindness" and now today we have two back again, Kendra Emery and Julie Fisk, who, with Kristin have co-authored another powerhouse of a book (WHICH THEY ARE GIVING AWAY THIS WEEK!) entitled: One Good Word a Day: 365 Invitations to Encourage, Deepen and Refine Your Faith. Wow! Such a great idea to focus on just one word for your day.  Today we discuss how their idea for leaving a legacy for their families turned into a kindness movement for this generation and the next, and how one word, whether a hard one like "lament" or one more welcoming like "inclusive"— can guide our hearts and deepen our faith, one day at a time.  Check out The Ruth Experience on their website and follow on Instagram. Leave a comment on my insta this week or on my blog to be entered to win your own copy of their latest offering. This is a great gift idea for Mother's Day for the woman who may have enough candles, candies and cannisters, order HERE.    For more great legacy stories that show off God's welcoming heart, subscribe to WELCOME HEART: LIVING A LEGACY LIFE   :::::::::: How to invest in what matters beyond ourselves. We have one life - let's make the most of it for God, others, and eternity. Subscribe: Choose one of these popular free listening services, and subscribe there:         

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
470: Daniel Coyle - Building Your Culture, Solving Hard Problems, & Winning The Learning Contest

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 75:02


Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday." It's a carefully curated email to help you start your work off on a high note. Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12    https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Daniel Coyle is the New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, which was named Best Business Book of the Year by Bloomberg, BookPal, and Business Insider. Coyle has served as an advisor to many high-performing organizations, including the Navy SEALs, Microsoft, Google, and the Cleveland Guardians. His other books include The Talent Code, The Secret Race, The Little Book of Talent, and Hardball: A Season in the Projects, which was made into a movie starring Keanu Reeves. Coyle was raised in Anchorage, Alaska, and now lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, during the school year and in Homer, Alaska, during the summer with his wife Jenny, and their four children. Notes: Purpose isn't about tapping into some mystical internal drive but rather about creating simple beacons that focus attention and engagement on the shared goal. Successful cultures do this by relentlessly seeking ways to tell and retell their story. To do this, they build what you call “high-purpose environments.” High-purpose environments are filled with small, vivid signals designed to create a link between the present moment and a future ideal. They provide 2 simple locators that every navigation process requires: Here is where we are and Here is where we want to go. "The world we live in is a learning contest." Deep fun = Solving hard problems with people you admire. Schedule regular team “tune-ups” to place an explicit spotlight on the team's inner workings and create conversations that surface and improve team dynamics Foster strong culture in remote working scenarios. It doesn't take much physical togetherness to build strong teams. Encourage remote teams meet up in person twice a year Create belonging: every group knows diversity, equity, and inclusion matter, but what separates strong cultures is they aim to create belonging across racial lines. Ex: normalize uncomfortable conversations; read, watch, reflect together; gather data and share it • Build Trust. Ask the magic-wand question to each member of your team: if you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the way we work, what would it be? Connect. Hold an anxiety party to serve as a pressure-relief valve, as well as a platform for people to connect and solve problems together. Change perspective. Have a once-a-week catch-up session with someone outside of your group. Make it safe to talk about mistakes: Strong cultures seek to highlight and remember their mistakes and learn from them • Listen. Listening to others' problems is one of the most powerful culture-building skills on the planet. It's also difficult. Restrain yourself from jumping in, listen, then say: Tell me more. Embrace the After-Action Review (or as the military calls it, the AAR): Talking together about the strengths and weaknesses of your performance will make your group better. The Billion Dollar Day When Nothing Happened – “These Ads Suck." That was the note that Larry Page wrote and hung up about Google Ad Words. What did Jeff Dean, a quiet, skinny engineer from Minnesota, do to make the ads not suck? He had no immediate need to fix the problem. He worked in Search (a different area of the company. And how did Jeff Dean respond when he was asked about it years later (he said he didn't even really remember it. It was just normal to do stuff like that)... There is a misconception that great cultures are places that are always happy. Doing great work is hard. The way we build great cultures is by doing hard things together focused on connection and safety. Life/Career advice: Think of your life in experiments and the learning loop. It is Experience + Reflection. Experience + Reflection. WRITE DOWN WHAT you've learned from your experiences. Writing creates clarity of thought. Amy Edmondson researched Chelsea and Mountain Medical – What made them a success? The answer lay in patterns of real-time signals through which the team members were connected. There were 5 things: Framing - They conceptualized MICS as a learning experience that would benefit patients and the hospital. Unsuccessful teams viewed it as an add-on to existing practices. Roles - Role clarity. Being told explicitly by the team leader why their individual and collective skills were important for the team's success Rehearsal - Practice a lot Explicit encouragement to speak up Active reflection - Between surgeries, successful teams went over their performance

High Point Assembly
Encourage Yourself ft. Bret Allen

High Point Assembly

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022


Rev. Bret Allen

The Art of Decluttering

Zones are super handy. They are particularly useful when dealing with multipurpose areas such as a rumpus room or garage. Everyone has a unique way of using their space, by using zones you can tailor a room or area to your specific needs. Today we take you through how to create zones in your home that add to it's function and flow. We also chat about how having clearly defined zones can help other family members/housemates when it comes to tidying up or finding things. Following on a little from last week's episode we also discuss how creating zones can help you free up more space in your home. In this episode we;● Define what we mean by zones;● Give loads of ideas and examples of what zones can look like;● Talk about by using zones to create better function and flow in the home;● Suggest that zones can highlight when things are out of place;● Encourage you to look around at areas of your home that are cluttered or out of control and consider creating some zones to bring back order;● Get an update on Kirsty's pool progress;And so so so so much more...We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Like with Like Episode● Item or Space Episode● All or Something Episode● Bathroom Episode● Wardrobe Episode● Wardrobe P2 Episode● Functional Spaces EpisodeThank you to Britters77 and CJL UK for your podcast review!! If you were born in 1977 then its your turn to leave us a review!For more details on how to connect with us head to our website.For details on becoming a Patreon supporter take a look here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker
Quiet Mind Compassion Meditation with poem, "A Calling"

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 17:20


Julie Potiker leads you to a quiet, peaceful place through this compassion meditation. She completes the meditation with a poem, "A Calling", by Susan Frybot.“A Calling”, by Susan Frybot A callingisn't concerned about fame,or interested in glory.Callings are not providers of comfortand sometimes lead to sacrifice.And not everyone will answerthe loud criescoming from something voraciousdeep inside that'swanting to wake theminto living full-on withpurposeful passion. “A Calling”, is from “Looking to the Clearing, Poems to Encourage”, by Susan Frybort.Get the latest on mindfulness and meditation by subscribing to Julie Potiker's YouTube channel and Facebook page at Mindful Methods for Life. You can learn about mindfulness at www.MindfulMethodsForLife.com and also in Julie's newly released book, "Life Falls Apart, But You Don't Have To: Mindful Methods For Staying Calm In The Midst Of Chaos", available on Amazon.com. Her podcast is "Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker", available on iTunes, iHeart, and everywhere you listen to podcasts.

Girls Who Do Stuff
Flashback Friday: Matthew Coppedge - Amalgamation of passion & purpose

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 38:10


He went to UNC-Chapel Hill for his undergrad and did an internship with the Charlotte Hornets in their marketing department. He then fell in love with economic development and worked in downtown Durham for 12 years revitalizing downtown. He then decided to try his hand at modeling. He posted every day to his Instagram and the things that got the most likes were him in a three-piece suit. So he gained thousands of followers and signed some deals as an influencer. Matthew shares that this is a tough industry to make it as a social media influencer. Landing deals have been difficult but he has seen some real success. We talk about the life of a social media influencer. Matthew believes it is more about content creation than just being sponsored for work you're already doing. Matthew talks about the work that he and his team were able to do in Durham to change the perception of the city. It was a rewarding time to see the changes made in the community and that's why he took the job in Gardner which is growing exponentially.We talk about the Smoffice (The world's smallest office) and the efforts Matthew and his team made to help get the word out on the work they were doing in Durham. Tech Crunch and Fast Company picked up the story and it went viral. They were nominated for the most original chamber project in the world and won!We talk about the power of community. What it means to Matthew and how it leads to real growth."We're building Garner for the next 50-75 years. That's what we are doing right now. Garner is one of the only communities that is a little farther behind most of the other cities in the triangle and we can build what we want." -Matthew"Life is short. Just do things." -Matthew You can follow Matthew on Instagram, LinkedIn, and his Facebook Page

The Art of Decluttering
Item or Space?

The Art of Decluttering

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 26:07


We love using binary decisions as a tool when you have so many decisions to make.One in particular that we wanted to highlight is today's episode.Item or Space?This can look like a few different things- deciding whether to keep an item or let it go and gain back some of the physical space it was taking up,- choosing to rearrange/reorganise the area you're focusing on and create more space by changing the layout,- having a look at your calendar, weighing up your schedule and making adjustments for more white space in your day/week/month.Asking item or space can basically be used in any area of your life where you need to make decisions!We hope you gain some tips today that help you feel more empowered in your decision making.In this episode we;● Explain what we mean by item or space;● Remind that every time you make a decluttering decision you are choosing between keeping the item or claiming back the space;● Highlight the benefits of having space;● Encourage you to walk through your home and look at everything with fresh eyes;● Talk about the types of intangible space that can get cluttered;And so so so so much more...We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Need It Episode● Use It Episode● Love It Episode● Binary Decision Episode● All or Something Episode● Functional Spaces Episode● Get Organized (The Home Edit Tv Show on Netflix)● 100 Day Dream Home (Reno show Kirsty mentions)Thank you to Kirsty from Tassie for your podcast review!! If you have an 'R' in your name then its your turn to leave us a review!For more details on how to connect with us head to our website.For details on becoming a Patreon supporter take a look here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.