Welcome to Episode 8 of The Kings Table Podcast, a captivating new show hosted by Ashish, Mike, Aaron, and Matt. Join us for an unfiltered, authentic experience as we gather weekly to delve into the raw discussions that drive our lives, businesses, economics, and the world. Meet the hosts: 1. Mike Ayala is an accomplished investor, speaker, and podcast host, who stands at the helm of Investing for Freedom, guiding busy professionals and entrepreneurs toward the path of genuine liberation and optimal living. 2. Ashish Nathu is a founder and CEO, entrepreneur, real estate investor, triathlete, and host of the Rich Equation Podcast. 3. Matt Aitchison is a distinguished real estate investor, captivating speaker, and committed philanthropist. 4. Aaron Amuchastegui is a seasoned real estate virtuoso with a remarkable track record of over 1,000 house transactions, predominantly acquired through astute foreclosure purchases at courthouse auctions. In this installment, we dive deep into the realms of business relationships, marriage, parenting, and the essential building blocks that foster strong and healthy relationships. Our conversation kicks off with an exploration of business relationships and why people leave. We ponder questions about religion, in-laws, financial harmony, and setting shared goals early in a partnership. As the discussion unfolds, we shift our focus to parenting, sharing valuable insights and keys to becoming a successful and nurturing parent. Discover how to create an environment where your children can thrive and flourish. Tune in, engage, and let's continue to explore the tapestry of life's most precious relationships. Connect with us! We eagerly await your feedback about the show! Kindly share your thoughts via text message at this number: (844) 447-1555. Mike Ayala: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themikeayala/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoa4pNSAYxBM6nSn2jCrPYA Website: https://investingforfreedom.co/ Ashish Nathu: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashishnathu/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1TXia_kxtVVCV29jmoTmeg Website: https://www.therichequation.com/ Matt Aitchison: Instagram: https://instagram.com/officialmattya Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/mattaitchisonmedia Website: www.MillionaireMindcast.com Aaron Amuchastegui: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronamuchastegui/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@AaronAmuchastegui/about Website: https://www.aaronamuchastegui.com/
In this eye-opening episode of Healing the City, join Pastor Eric Cepin and Pastor Susan Cepin for an intimate conversation about the complexities and blessings of married life. This heart-to-heart is spurred by a recent episode that postulates a compelling viewpoint: our marital status and the boundaries within which we operate are gifts from God, and in the sanctity of marriage, we assume a unique role as Very Important Pastors.Eric and Susan, married partners in life and ministry, navigate the spiritual, emotional, and practical implications of this intriguing concept. They don't shy away from the challenges they've faced or the growth they've experienced. Rather, they openly share how recognizing the divine sanctity of their marriage has shaped their roles, individually and collectively, in their family and their community.Support the show"Healing the City" is a profound and dynamic weekly podcast that dives into the complexities of creating healthier communities. Featuring the voices and perspectives of the esteemed members of the Village Church, each episode is thoughtfully crafted to address the challenges and opportunities for meaningful change in our cities. With a holistic approach to healing, the podcast explores a wide range of topics, from soul care and spiritual direction to mental health and community involvement. It provides listeners with insightful and thought-provoking perspectives on the issues facing our cities, as well as practical steps they can take to make a difference. Join hosts Adrienne Crawford, Eric Cepin, Ashley Cousineau, Jessica Dennes, Michael Cousineau, Mark Crawford, and Susan Cepin as they navigate the complexities of our communities with wisdom, grace, and a deep commitment to positive change. Through their engaging discussions, listeners will be inspired to become active participants in healing the city and creating a brighter, healthier future for all. The Village Churchvillagersonline@gmail.comThe Village Church meets at 10a and 5p on Sundays1926 N Cloverland Ave, Tucson AZ 85712Mail: PO Box 30790, Tucson AZ 85751
In this enlightening episode, Gino sits down with Dr. David, a former spine surgeon turned advocate for holistic approaches to pain management and mental well-being. They delve into a wide range of topics that challenge conventional medical wisdom and offer fresh perspectives on treating chronic pain and anxiety. Topics Covered: The importance of teaching self-regulation skills to children How to regulate your physiology for better mental health The role of mirror neurons in family dynamics The efficacy (or lack thereof) of spine surgery for treating chronic back pain A multi-faceted approach to treating chronic pain and anxiety, including diet, mindfulness, and expressive writing The crucial role of the family in both contributing to and alleviating chronic pain The disconnect between medical science and practice Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 02:00 - Self-Regulation vs Discipline 10:00 - Regulating Physiology 15:00 - Mirror Neurons and Family Dynamics 22:00 - The Truth About Spine Surgery 28:00 - Holistic Approaches to Pain Management 35:00 - The Role of the Family 38:00 - Disconnect in Medical Science 40:00 - Closing Remarks Resources Mentioned: BackinControl.com The DOC Journey App David's Psychology Today Blog Connect with Us: Gino's Website Dr. David's Website Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more insightful conversations! Brand New? Start Here: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/free-wheelbarrowprofits Want To Get Into Multifamily Real Estate Or Scale Your Current Portfolio Faster? Apply to join our PREMIER MULTIFAMILY INVESTING COMMUNITY & MENTORSHIP PROGRAM. (*Note: Our community is not for beginner investors) https://jakeandgino.com/apply About Jake & Gino Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company. They control over $250M in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino Premier Multifamily Community to teach others a simple three-step framework for investing in multifamily real estate. Connect with Jake & Gino on the social media platform you are most active on: https://jakeandgino.com/link-tree/
About This Broadcast: FAMILY DYNAMICS, How Enabling Plays a Part in Feeding the Fire of Addiction. Join Interventionist Matt Brown and the Montyman as they discuss what enables addicts to stay active in their addiction, the dynamics around this behavior and some solutions to consider.
"Navigating Life's Challenges: Understanding Personality, Stress, and Family Dynamics" is a comprehensive guide to understanding and managing life's complexities. This book explores the impact of personality changes over time, different personalities in families, trauma healing, and managing stress in the workplace, as well as specific challenges in running a resort hotel business. It also delves into the concept of chronic stress in families and offers strategies for fostering a healthy family dynamic. Lastly, it provides insights into the challenges of raising children and strategies for navigating them successfully. With practical strategies and valuable insights, this book is an essential guide for anyone looking to overcome life's obstacles and achieve success. For more, go to realvarietyradio.com Get the book here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CCST426G/
Jay Martin is an investor and the CEO of Cambridge House. He dissects the minds of thought-leaders from around the world with expertise in money management, geopolitics, macro-finance, commodities, technology, and any emerging trends his audience should be learning about. His goal is to challenge the way we think and the way we invest, knowing well that this can improve our lives for the better. In this episode, Larry sits down with Jay Martin, a multifaceted personality who dons the hats of a business magnate, investor, ultra athlete, fitness aficionado, devoted husband, and proud father to three boys. Genuinely intrigued, Larry marvels at Jay's vast repertoire, jestingly pondering on what Jay Martin possibly doesn't indulge in. Jay's candid revelation: he abstains from alcohol. Sharing a mutual journey of alcohol abstinence, both Jay Martin and Larry echo the myriad benefits they've reaped. Jay accentuates that mere months into sobriety brought him unparalleled clarity and vitality; an enriched awareness that amplified his engagements and deepened his sense of purpose. Their discussion inevitably gravitates towards the pivotal role of fitness in molding one's psyche and temperance. Jay Martin, who's evolved into a formidable triathlete and ultra marathoner, professes how physical milestones bolster his self-worth. This newfound self-assuredness is palpably evident in his parental approach—marked by patience, empathy, and guidance, rather than domination. The testimonies of both Jay Martin and Larry Hagner underscore the symbiotic relationship between fitness and mental wellness. Consistent physical activity, coupled with mindful living, not only elevates one's self-esteem and vigour but also profoundly impacts our interactions, especially with those we hold dear. www.thedadedge.com/friday122 www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.jaymartin.club
Are you ever faced with those chaotic moments in your home? The ones that leave you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and questioning your abilities as a parent? If you've been there, you're not alone. Parenting can be tough, and there's no handbook that magically makes it easy.You might wonder, "What can I do to regain control? How can I create a peaceful and nurturing environment for my family?" These questions are exactly what I want to address today.Imagine a scenario: Your kids are fighting, your special needs child is having a tough day, your anxiety is skyrocketing, and chaos reigns. In such moments, the easy way out might seem to be yelling, just to restore some order. But instead, let me introduce you to the concept of a "family government."Picture this: You call your kids to the front door where you've posted your family's guiding principles. No yelling, no chaos. They gather slowly, and you calmly ask, "What does the door say we should live like?" They read aloud those principles you've all agreed upon.In this moment, a shift occurs. Anxiety subsides, angry arguments calm, and your children begin to regain their logical thinking. You all know the consequences if chaos continues, thanks to your preset family agreements. There's no need to scramble for consequences or empty threats; it's all predetermined.Conflict resolution skills are practiced, apologies exchanged, and you leave as a family, respecting one another and starting anew. Imperfectly, but with grace.The truth is, perfection is never required in parenting. We all make mistakes, but it's how we handle them that truly matters. You can teach your children the power of reconciliation, forgiveness, and authenticity.In a world where it often feels like you're not measuring up, where the challenges seem never-ending, and where the weight of responsibility can be overwhelming, remember this: grace covers our imperfections, and love guides us.A family government can transform your home, making it a sanctuary of unity, understanding, and growth.XOXO,KatieJOIN CFU before the doors close!herhomeandheart.net/govMy Gift to You!http://herhomeandheart.net/free TO REDUCE OVERWHELM:STEP 1)FEEL GOOD with CELLULAR ACTIVATORSfamilysuccess.lifevantage.comSTEP 2)Be part of Community!https://urlgeni.us/facebook/HHAHGroupStep 3) Hacks, Coupons, Courses, Memberships, and FUN THINGS :https://bit.ly/m/HerHomeandHeart Want Your Question Considered For The Podcast? Leave me a message!https://www.speakpipe.com/Katie
Wayne Adam Ford, was famously referred to by many following his shocking confession as the "serial killer with a conscience.” Is a man like Wayne who has committed such heinous crimes capable of remorse? You be the judge. This is a tale woven with peculiar family dynamics, traumatic incidents, and unfortunately, murder. Brace yourself, and make no mistake, his deeds were just as horrific as any other convicted killer.Wayne's childhood was a time marred by a father's strict discipline and a mother's adherence to a complacent domestic life. Picture a young boy, navigating through a tumultuous family life, and making sense of a world where love was replaced with rigidity and resentment. Fast forward to his young adulthood, where a life-altering accident leaves Wayne critically injured and with a personality shift that no one could ignore. As we explore his eerie trajectory, we also delve into the dark side of Wayne's romantic relationships, shedding light on a disturbing pattern of abuse and control. Of course, as always, we wrap this one up by reflecting on any insight we can glean from our tarot reading because viewing the world through a mystical lens can often help us to process our thoughts and feelings, even with a case this dark. Do the cards provide us with any insight into the case or the backstory of anyone involved? And lastly, did Wayne Adam Ford, a man infamous for his violent crimes, really have a conscience? This is one episode that may just haunt you long after it's over.This week we shared a promo for Live, Laugh, Murder! --------- EPISODE KEYWORDS ---------Serial Killer, Wayne Adam Ford, Conscience, Family Dynamics, Traumatic Incidents, Inner Demons, Childhood, Strict Discipline, Domestic Life, Turbulent Family Life, Life-Altering Accident, Personality Shift, Marital Abuse, Pattern of Abuse, Tarot Readings, Psychic Insights, Victim Blaming, Violence Against Women, Card Readings, Consequences of ActionsIf you're enjoying our podcast, please consider leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts. It helps get us seen by more creepy people just like you! Stay connected with us for more creepy content. Visit our website! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Patreon, & more! If you have any true crime, paranormal, or witchy stories you'd like to share with us & possibly have them read (out loud) on an episode, email us at email@example.com or use this link. There are so many ways that you can support the show: BuyMeACoffee, Apple Podcasts or by leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts. Pastebin: for sources.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5955451/advertisement
Sergio Nazzaro is a licensed real estate broker at 8z Real Estate, and is also the visionary founder and host of Become The Standard—a multifaceted coaching program and podcast dedicated to honing one's career, relationships, and fitness. In this episode of The Dad Edge Podcast, Larry Hagner talks with Sergio Nazzaro to unpack the dynamics of achieving balance in marriage, family, and business. Drawing from his military background, Sergio Nazzaro offers poignant reflections on the emotional weight of parting with loved ones pre-deployment and the disorienting feeling of returning to a world that has seemingly left them behind. With a keen eye on the interplay of personal narratives and finances, Sergio Nazzaro opens up about his modest beginnings and how financial ascendancy has armed him with the means to give back and sustain his family. Beyond mere financial success, he underscores the transformative power of seeking fulfillment over sheer monetary rewards. Diving deep into the heart of personal evolution, this episode unveils the significance of confronting one's internal battles. Both Sergio and Larry spotlight the fears and hesitations that often deter men from the journey of self-improvement, illustrating through their own stories how overcoming these hurdles paves the way for profound personal victories. www.thedadedge.com/440 Website: www.becomethestandard.live Instagram: @sergio.nazzaro Tiktok: @sergio.nazzaro Facebook: www.facebook.com/sergio.nazzaro Youtube: Sergio Nazzaro Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/49AtPr3AJ8eCzRcIFfo0ru
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Scott was joined in studio by Dr. Morgan Cutlip and Bart Zandbergen for a collaborative episode. Both Dr. Morgan Cutlip and Bart Zandbergen have been guests on the Optimized Advisor Podcast multiple times. Dr. Morgan Cutlip, PhD in Psychology and highly sought after relationship expert, knows what it feels like to lose yourself in motherhood, and she's determined to help mothers navigate it better. Throughout her career, she has helped hundreds of thousands of people worldwide learn how to form and maintain healthy relationships. Dr. Morgan has been a featured relationship expert with Good Morning America, Teen Vogue, The New York Times, Women's Health Magazine, MOPS International, Loveology, and Flo, the #1 app in health and fitness. Her new book, Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself, is available now!In this episode you will learn the following: Dr. Morgan's book writing journeyTangible tools to take care of yourself emotionallyHow to overcome burnout and optimize your relationship with your partner for a better family dynamicListen to our previous episodes with Dr. Morgan Cutlip:Ep. 048 - Being Intentional With Your Relationships Part II with Dr. Morgan CutlipEp. 008 - Being Intentional With Your Relationships with Dr. Morgan CutlipConnect with Scott on LinkedInConnect with Morgan on LinkedInConnect with Bart on LinkedInFor more on The Optimized Advisor Podcast click here For more on Dr. Morgan and to purchase her book click hereFollow us on LinkedInFollow us on InstagramFollow us on Facebook**This is the Optimized Advisor Podcast, where we focus on optimizing the wellbeing and best practices of insurance and financial professionals. Our objective is to help you optimize your life, optimize your profession, and learn from other optimized advisors. If you have questions or would like to be a featured guest, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Strap in—or better yet, don't! Episode 212 of the Not Well Podcast is the wild ride you didn't know you needed. Bobby and Jim dive headfirst into topics you never knew you wanted to hear about, but trust us, you do. Ever heard your friends say something so bizarre it made you do a double-take? Yeah, we're starting there.We're tackling life's big questions, like 'What's the meaning of life?' and 'Why is Britney Spears still a style icon?' But don't worry, we're not all philosophy and pop divas. We've got stories that range from family survival guides to the great outdoors—think Bear Grylls but with way more laughs and zero bug-eating.If you're into social dynamics, we're dissecting everything from sorority life to historical figures who definitely didn't make it into your history books. And because we care about your well-being, we're even diving into the mysteries of disrupted sleep and the job market.So, if you're looking for a podcast that's as enlightening as a TED Talk but as entertaining as a stand-up comedy show, Episode 212 is your golden ticket.[00:00:28] Christian friends saying "daddy fill me" [00:03:06] Male genital anatomy. [00:06:32] Cialis and morning wood. [00:10:08] Trust and Betrayal. [00:13:00] The meaning of life. [00:15:49] Forgiveness and moving on.[00:19:13] Britney Spears' dancing and clothing. [00:22:02] Family tragedies and survival. [00:26:11] Peeing outdoors while camping. [00:28:37] Thropple and blackout moments.[00:30:45] Masturbating in a saltwater bath. [00:35:16] Three men blowing me. [00:36:24] Terry Shivo'd your way to an orgasm. [00:40:12] Sorority hierarchy and patriarchy. [00:42:21] Fraternity and drinking culture. [00:46:41] Helen Keller's controversial history. [00:50:57] Historical figures and authenticity. [00:52:16] Personal hygiene during oral sex. [00:55:24] Disrupted sleep and seasonal changes. [00:58:07] Fragility of men. [01:01:28] Gay Republicans and LGBTQ rights. [01:04:51] Homelessness and job opportunities. [01:08:17] Carnies and childhood trauma. [01:11:12] Have a great week.Support the showAs always you can write us at email@example.com or call us at (614) 721-5336 and tell us your Not Wells of the week InstagramTwitterBobby's Only FansHelp us continue to grow and create amazing content, like a live tour or just help fund some new headphones when needed. Any help is appreacited. https://www.buzzsprout.com/510487/subscribe#gaypodcast #podcast #gay #lgbtq #queerpodcast #lgbt #lgbtpodcast #lgbtqpodcast #gaypodcaster #queer#instagay #podcasts #podcasting #gaylife #pride #lesbian #bhfyp #gaycomedy #comedypodcast #comedy #nyc #614 #shesnotdoingsowell #wiltonmanor #notwell
Author, Professor, and New York Times contributing opinion writer Esau McCaulley is associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College and theologian in residence at Progressive Baptist Church, a historically Black congregation in Chicago. He is the author of the award-winning book Reading While Black and the children's book Josey Johnson's Hair and the Holy Spirit. He is a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times. His writings have also appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Christianity Today. His memoir, How Far to the Promised Land, releases from Convergent on September 12, 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've shared with you our travel victories and fails, as well as our adventures in parenting adult children. What we haven't shared is our own experiences as adults who have had to take care of our parents. In our case, it's been difficult because it has always been from afar. That's about to change. Denise's mother has made it to her 97th birthday, but the slide into dementia began a few years ago and is about to change our lives for the forseeable future. You can find us and tons of bonus content you won't find here on our YouTube channel, and you can always track our daily misadventures here on the social media platform of your choice! #emptynest #fulltank
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed or depressed? Did you know if you feel overwhelmed, you may have an underlying need for clarity? Would you like to be a better communicator and able to express and understand these needs? To further explain the concept of “needs-based” communication, Lisa continues her conversation today with Communications Specialist and Expert Coach Bill Stierle. Bill explains the importance of generating empathy before immediately offering ideas and solutions. He also discusses the ideas of trauma, mourning, and celebration. He believes that trauma prevents us from mourning. If we cannot fully mourn, then we also cannot eventually celebrate. He asks us to examine these feelings. Bill is also an expert Parenting Coach and invites us to find out why children may say, “No” as a response to what you are asking. By being empathetic and compassionate first, this will help you determine their missing needs. Bill Stierle has been working with individuals, couples, and families for more than 30 years. He has coached thousands of people and has taught numerous workshops locally and nationally on topics that address personal and professional effectiveness, relationships, and parenting. The material Bill presents is designed for people who want to create more ease and effectiveness within their relationships, both at home and work. His latest book is “The Emotional Sobriety Solution: Have More Joy in Your Life in Less Than 30 Days.” This is Part 2 of the interview. Info: BillStierle.com.
0:00 -- Intro. *reference to our episodes reviewing Succession Season 1: E98 of this podcast (May 22, 2023) and Season 2: E102 (June 26, 2023).2:00 -- Start of interview. 3:50 -- About Sean Berkowitz and the Enron Case: prosecuting Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling (2006).7:05 -- On whistleblowers and avoiding retaliation. "Whistleblowers are one of the trickiest things you can deal with as counsel representing a corporation."11:05 -- Kendall's whistleblower scenario. Conducting internal investigations.15:02 -- On government relations and political interference with federal investigations. "It essentially doesn't work." "The discretion and judgment of a line prosecutor is always going to rule the day."17:22 -- Cooperating with Federal investigations. 21:12 -- The role of the board of a public company under federal investigation.22:52 -- On "shifting to legals", internal investigations by outside counsel, and creating a special committee of the board to remove conflicts of interest.29:16 -- Explaining joint defense agreements. The Archer-Daniels-Midland case (reference to movie The Informant).33:34 -- On the link between good governance and how shareholders value the company, including activists (Josh Aronson scene) and the proxy battle.43:36 -- On sexual harassment complaints (situation between Roman and Gerri involving explicit pictures). The factor of CEO succession and how the board should conduct their selection.50:30 -- On potential GoJo red flags and need for due diligence, including leadership assessment and kicking the tires on their numbers. What could/should board be doing in this situation?55:33 -- Dealing with moguls and founders like Lukas Matsson. "I think that one of the elements at the heart of corporate governance is personal integrity and character... and Matsson is not a good guy."59:49 -- Family governance within public companies. "Ultimately it all comes down to the documents: who can vote what, who has control, who has the ability in a tie break, etc." The problem with "rubber stamping boards." Question: "would any of us invest in a company run by Kendall or Roman?"01:06:11 -- Kendall's Unreliable Testimony to the DOJ ("Queen for a day" opportunity) and Preparation Failure.Kate O'Leary is the Global Executive Litigation Counsel at General Electric Company.Sean Berkowitz is a Partner at Latham & Watkins and the Global Chair of the Complex Commercial Litigation Practice. He represents clients in complex litigation and regulatory investigations.__ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
In this episode, I have the privilege of chatting with the incredible Annya Stoddart, who shares her personal story of exploring a challenging relationship with her mother and navigating complex emotions dealing with family dynamics.
Director Jacqueline Castel stops by to talk about her new paranormal romance feature "My Animal". This feature debuted to acclaim at Sundance earlier in 2023. Are science fiction and supernatural stories about transformations in your wheelhouse? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
Imagine having the opportunity to sit down with a seasoned business coach, who has navigated numerouse business transitions and exits. Meet Chris Yonker the founder of the Center for Conscious Living and Fulfillment, a transition coach with a knack for guiding small and medium businesses through the complexities of business continuity and succession planning. In this episode Chris shares his journey from his corporate days at 3M to his current role, underscoring the value of assembling a board of advisors and fostering an atmosphere of stewardship, particularly in family-owned businesses. In this conversation we take a look at the nuanced world of family businesses, dissecting the often-overlooked aspect of identity. Aligning your personal values and principles with your role in the business, understanding your strengths, and prioritizing what truly matters in life – these are some of the gems Chris shares in this episode. Tune in to gather insights that can reshape your perspective on business transitions and the unique dynamics of family businesses. Please check out and subscribe to my Youtube Channel and Newsletter! JOSH KLOOZ, CFP®, MBA SENIOR WEALTH PLANNER Phone 281.719.0036 Text 281.699.8691 Fax 281.719.0156 firstname.lastname@example.org 1780 Hughes Landing | Suite 570 The Woodlands, TX 77380 Music by bensound.com
In this episode, I share the emotional and relational impact of taking the TV off the wall and canceling all streaming services. This decision led to fears and uncertainties, especially concerning my bond with my son, Waylon. But what unfolded was a beautiful transformation in our relationship, filled with deeper conversations and a newfound closeness. Listen in as I explore how this change has been a massive win and why my fears were unfounded.Encapsulated Show Notes:The decision to remove the TV and its immediate emotional impactThe fears surrounding the change, particularly its effect on my relationship with WaylonThe surprising benefits of a TV-free lifeThe newfound depth in conversations with WaylonHow personal life changes bleed into work lifeA sneak peek into upcoming episodes about the other unfounded fears and benefitsJoin The Influence Army Waitlist HERE!Email me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.facebook.com/MrMischaSubscribe and share with your business associates who could use a listen!
Who is this episode for? Parents looking to build a safe home and support healthy kids.Episode Summary: Are you looking to transform family dynamics or help your kids become more empowered, confident, and independent? If so, today's episode will be helpful to you. I'm excited to share my conversation with educator and author, Dayna Abraham. She discussed: why traditional parenting can fall short in certain situations, her 'stop, breathe, anchor' technique for parental calm, coping strategies to reduce stress, and her perspective on time-outs (and something that may work better for you!)-------------------------------Links Discussed in This EpisodeOrder a Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting with SimplicityConnect with Dayna:WebsiteInstagramPodcastBook: Calm the Chaos by Dayna AbrahamEnjoy this Podcast?Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With SimplicityQuestions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher.Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.If you enjoyed today's episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!Episode Sponsors |The Minimalist Moms Podcast would not be possible without the support of weekly sponsors. Choosing brands that I believe in is important to me. I only want to recommend brands that I believe may help you in your daily life. As always, never feel pressured into buying anything. Remember: if you don't need it, it's not a good deal!Check out Ideal Living and use my code MINIMALIST for a great deal: https://airdoctorpro.com/Right now my listeners can give Armoire a try and get up to 50% off their first month, that's up to $125 OFF! Just visit armoire.style/MINIMALIST.Our Sponsors:* Check out Armoire and use my code MINIMALIST for a great deal: http://www.armoire.style* Check out Ideal Living and use my code MINIMALIST for a great deal: https://airdoctorpro.com/* Check out Quince: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjVtJG56NKAAxU-N0QIHQf1Bq8QFnoECBwQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.quince.com%2F&usg=AOvVaw15ySPxxJ1v1l0I4qSPAJS5&opi=89978449* Check out Stride K12 and use my code MINIMALIST for a great deal: https://www.stridelearning.com/who-we-serve/k12-parents-students.htmlSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/minimalist-moms-podcast2093/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Wouldn't it be nice if our life really was a fairy tale, and everything turned out the way we wanted it to? But life just isn't like that. Things get difficult and today we have a guest to help us with difficult. Join Angela and I for an encouraging chat on how to handle some of the most difficult circumstances in life.What happens when a passionate mental health coach, Angela Starts from Called2Rise, shares her insights on managing life's challenging circumstances? You get a treasure trove of relevant advice and transformative insights! Join Val Harrison, The Practically Speaking MOM and her guest for a lively discussion on all sorts of topics regarding healthy family dynamics. Trauma, a difficult marriage, divorce, co-parenting, making the stepmom an ally, decisional forgiveness, how our bodies hold on to stress, and living in victory after difficulty are some of the topics explored. Parental alienation is also sifted under Angela's expert gaze. We tackle strategies to identify and protect our children from this phenomenon and hear Angela's personal journey through trauma and divorce that's led her to her current ministry. This conversation is sure to motivate and inspire every parent. Listen in for these and more transformative insights that could be the key to a harmonious family life. So, buckle up and get ready for a fascinating exploration into the world of emotional health and family dynamics!If you're a mom aiming to build a strong family, our episode wraps up with an invitation to join our Intentional Mom Facebook Group. It's a supportive community where mothers like you navigate the journey of motherhood, together. We encourage one another in our worthy journey of motherhood, a divine appointment from our Creator, full of lots of challenges but also exceptional reward! Motherhood is messy and marvelous; let's navigate it together in the Intentional Mom Strong Family Facebook group!Helpful links from this episode:Called2Rise.comHopeworks CounselingCoparenting International Dr. Everett Worthington - ForgivenessSupport the showVisit Val's website: PracticallySpeakingMOM.comJoin Val's Facebook Group Intentional Mom, Strong FamilyFollow Val on Instagram and her Facebook Public Page Practically Speaking MOM To give a set amount each month click here. A few dollars a month would help so much!Here's some other ways to give:Cash App: $valPSMPaypal: val@PracticallySpeakingMOM.comDonate with a credit card HEREAll donations will be used for the ministry. Gifts are not tax deductible. THANK YOU for partnering in this ministry to strengthen families and encourage intentional moms."May the Words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, oh Lord...
Knowing you can talk about your grief and allow your grief to cause you to move closer to God, will help it feel less heavy. Transitional grief won't last forever. HELPFUL LINKS: Free Guide: Your Kids Are Grown...Now What? A 4 page guide to help you know what to expect in midlife motherhood. Life Coaching: Learn more about coaching or schedule your free Discovery session here.
Have you ever wondered how your family dynamics affect your business tactics? Let's get into it! Join me in a thought-provoking chat with Aaron Shelley as he shares his unique journey from mechanical engineering to business consulting and the lessons he learned along the way. We'll reflect on our own childhoods, the high divorce rates in contemporary society, and the resulting issues that impact modern-day families. My own theory about managing businesses and families comes into play here, offering a fresh perspective on this complex issue.As we delve deeper, Aaron opens up about his personal struggle of being jobless for 18 months and how this adversity forced him to internalize his problems. We'll draw attention to the significance of men investing in themselves to steer important conversations within their families. Our discussion takes a turn towards the complex dynamics within relationships, including cohabitation, blended families, and extended families. We strategize, plan, and discuss the importance of honest communication to truly understand and navigate these intricate relationships.Building on this, we shed light on the importance of investing in family resources beyond just financial means. Drawing inspiration from the Gates family, we touch upon the impact of social and human resource investments. We explore how the role of men leading families has evolved over time, and how that ties into successful families and legacies. Wrapping up our stimulating chat, we reiterate the significance of families as pillars of society and call for a deeper investment in them beyond just financial means. If you're keen to redefine your role as a man in your family and align yourself for greatness, this episode is for you!How to reach Aaron:Web: https://thefamilyflywheel.com/Free Resource: https://thefamilyflywheel.com/bookresourcesFB: https://www.facebook.com/aaron.k.shelleyIG: https://www.instagram.com/aaronkshelley/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronshelley/Thanks for listening to the Revolutionary Man Podcast. If you would like to get more information about our programs use the links below to check us out. It could be the step that changes your life. To join our movement:
We had an unexpected delay with an episode so please enjoy this favourite from 2022… This week we are joined by personal trainer and mental health advocate Jaime Filer in an uplifting episode. We get into misconceptions around eating disorders, overcoming social anxiety and how these conditions hold people back from improving their overall health. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition that affects the mind and how to better manage it. You can now join our Subscription on Apple Podcasts to get new ad free extended episodes and support the cause… We have a very blue website with loads of great resources HERE
Sibling relationships can be challenging. You love each other but there is always a little frustration under the surface. Many siblings start working together in their family business - but not all of them would chose each other as business partners. When working with your siblings its important to know you fully know each other's strengths and weaknesses. You need to focus on celebrating each other strengths and filling in (not challenging) each other's weaknesses. All too often siblings have a each other - and then the rest of the family. If you weren't siblings your Aunt probably would not care quite as much about the family business. In order to survive and thrive being siblings and business partners you need to do the following: 1) Ensure you recognize 2 relationships business partners and family 2) Stick to meetings 3) Have clear job descriptions 4) Keep work out of family events and keep family out of the office 5) Champion each other Running a family business is not easy but it is rewarding. Making it work as business partners is something that will require work and dedication. You have to both commit to a family first mentality. Check out the APP Resources on Working With Siblings In Insurance Check out our blog on Common Challenges in Working With Your Siblings in An Insurance Agency: https://bit.ly/ins-sibling-partners Get our FREE Sample Family Contract (avoid those family arguments): https://bit.ly/424Qr5W Get our Agency School @ 10% off with code: BACKTOSCHOOL https://bit.ly/3NGJ7dg Book A Meeting: https://bit.ly/3I8H0v8 Are you looking for insurance training to grow your insurance agency? agencyperformancepartners.com #SiblingRivalry #InsuranceAgencies #BusinessRelationships #FamilyDynamics #JobDescriptions #Trustworthy #StrengthsAndWeaknesses #Synergy #SuccessfulFamilyBusiness #AgencyPerformancePartners
In the world, especially in America, there is a common activity that is known for bringing families, friends, and strangers together, such as Sports especially our favorites such as Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Cheer/Dance, etc. However, Blended Families often face issues when it comes to the participation of all parties including the kids, payments, coaching, fundraising, etc. In this episode, we will discuss some of these challenges and ways to overcome them with our special guests.Please be sure to like, follow, or leave us a comment on our Instagram page @weblendedandblessedpodcast | Facebook: WE Blended & Blessed Podcast | TikTok: @weblended&blessed | Twitter: @webandbpod | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we chat with Greg Payne, the voice behind the "Cool Grandpa Podcast." Get a grandparent's perspective! Discover the nuances of long-distance grandparenting, the magic of family traditions, and the art of blending old and new customs. This episode delves deep into the importance of open communication between parents and grandparents, ensuring boundaries are respected and understanding how to voice concerns if grandparents aren't as engaged as hoped. Whether you're a dad looking for ways to connect your kids with their grandparents or seeking guidance on maintaining family harmony, this episode offers a fresh perspective on the journey from being a dad to embracing the role of a grandpa.
Now...This is REAL LIFE!! In this heartfelt-candid episode, we dive into the intricacies of change that life inevitably brings. Join us as we explore the profound transformations in family dynamics and the ever-evolving nature of marriage. This episode delves into the bittersweet experience of sending your children to college. We discuss the mixed emotions that arise when an empty bedroom serves as a reminder of the milestones achieved and the new chapter unfolding. But change doesn't stop there; it also extends to the heart of relationships. In the second half of the episode, we delve into the importance of consistently working on your marriage to maintain its strength. We explore the significance of mutual growth, highlighting how to adapt to shifting dynamics and keeping the flame alive through life's various phases. Tune in for a quick dose of inspiration and motivation~ Let's Grow! With love and so much gratitude ~ The Chic's Instagram: @ChicConversations_Podcast
Siblings working together in an insurance agency can be challenging, but also has many benefits. It is important to foster cooperative working environments and use each other's strengths wisely. Boundaries need to be established between personal and professional lives, and communication needs to be open and honest. Job descriptions should be set up from the beginning and wins should be celebrated. Nepotism should be avoided, and sibling rivalry should not be tolerated. Family relationships should be kept separate from business relationships, and respect should be shown in order to have a successful family-owned business. Running a business with your siblings can leave a great family legacy. It can also destroy families. Structuring how to handle challenges before they arise is critical to being sibling business partners. Use your strengths and stay away from needling in on weaknesses. You are better together than apart! Check out what we cover in this video 00:00:00 We have to foster cooperative working environments 00:00:18 Host Introduction 00:00:27 So do you remember all those fights growing up with your siblings? 00:02:02 The trust is beneficial because you'll be working closely together in a business setting. 00:02:53 But there are challenges that go along with working with siblings 00:05:13 Set boundaries between personal and professional lives 04:16 You need to make sure you build professional relationships 00:07:32 Make sure you build an agency culture you are proud of 00:08:03 We are here to help build that foundation 00:08:24 You want to keep really good boundaries job descriptions 00:08:39 Getting to them on purpose 00:09:34 Tip for tat talking about all the stuff that's happening in the business? 00:09:43 It's not a bond that you want to lose 00:10:31 Make sure you're understanding what each other is looking for 00:11:05 Show your local people around that you guys respect each other 00:11:27 Conclusion Check out the APP Resources on Sibling Business Partners In an Insurance Agency Check out our blog on Common Challenges in Working With Your Siblings in An Insurance Agency: https://bit.ly/ins-sibling-partners Get our FREE Sample Family Contract (avoid those family arguments): https://bit.ly/424Qr5W Get our Agency School @ 10% off with code: BACKTOSCHOOL https://bit.ly/3NGJ7dg Book A Meeting: https://bit.ly/3I8H0v8 Are you looking for insurance training to grow your insurance agency? https://www.agencyperformancepartners.com/work-with-us/ #SiblingRivalry #InsuranceAgencies #BusinessRelationships #FamilyDynamics #JobDescriptions #Trustworthy #StrengthsAndWeaknesses #Synergy #SuccessfulFamilyBusiness #AgencyPerformancePartners
Redefining Financial Values for Better Family Life" - Does money run your family life? Whether you're living paycheck to paycheck or you're comfortably padded, our attitude towards money can impact our relationships at home. In this episode, we discuss how to stop letting financial stress ruin your family dynamics by reorienting the way you perceive money. Get ready for a life-changing perspective.Link to download the 3D framework:www.forwardwithjoe.com/ultimateplaybookfree3
Original Essay on Eggshell Therapy and Coaching: https://eggshelltherapy.com/sensitivity-and-childhood-trauma/Table of ContentsThe wound of being ‘too intense'Complex Trauma, the Invisible Trauma (Complex PTSD)Complex Trauma and the Highly Sensitive, Intense and GiftedToxic Family Dynamics and the Intense, Highly Sensitive, and GiftedToxic Family Dynamic 1: ScapegoatingToxic Family Dynamic 2: ParentificationToxic Family Dynamic 3: Having Emotionally Unavailable ParentsToxic Family Dynamic 4: EnmeshmentToxic Family Dynamic 5: Competition and Oppression7 Signs that you have Complex Trauma form Toxic Family Dynamics1. You Become Dissociated and Feel Dead Inside2. You May Feel Defective3. You May Become Highly Anxious4. You May Resort To Compulsion And Addiction To Cope5. You Are Fearful Of Intimacy And Love6. You Damage The Love You Have7. You Sabotage Your SuccessSpecific Goals When Healing From Toxic Family DynamicsToxic Family Dynamics Do Not Have To Follow You Forever
Annie Schuessler, a friend, a previous guest on the Get Paid Podcast, and also a client of mine, takes the reins for the interview today. Annie hosts The Rebel Therapist Podcast and helps therapists create their first online group program. She had me on her podcast to talk about a very specific family dynamic that changed between my husband and me that affected our entire family. And, it had a HUGE impact on my business. Not an easy adjustment, but one I want to speak candidly about with all of you who are striving to expand your businesses while fulfilling caregiving roles. This Week on the Get Paid Podcast: What it can mean to be the primary parent when building a business The impact on creativity when you never really know when someone is going to need you Starting a difficult conversation with my husband about roles when we're both entrepreneurs The reaction when we finally made a list of our separate responsibilities When you and your spouse have very different perspectives on your relationship Why you should figure out your different needs when it comes to workflow and dealing with interruptions Challenging internal pressure and bias about expectations put on women and mothers What you need to know about Absolute FB Ads, my signature program that's only open about once a year Connect with Annie Website Podcast Launch Your Signature Program Connect with Claire: Website Instagram Facebook Thanks for tuning into the Get Paid Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, rate, and leave your honest review. Connect with me on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram, visit my website for even more detailed strategies, and be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media. Now, it's time to go get yourself paid.
"Leave and Cleave" This is the natural progression of what happens when two people get married in life. But how do you navigate life with the external family after marriage? What should the family dynamics look like? In this week's episode of Real Talk Christian Podcast, Marc Hyde and Chris Fuller take a look at family dynamics after marriage, the good, the bad, and the lovely. Grab a beverage and enjoy the conversation. (Banter ends at 18:30) //Resources Used In This Episode// Colossians 3:21, Proverbs 22:6, Proverbs: 15:20, Proverbs 29:15, Exodus 20:12, Ephesians 6:1-4, Genesis 2:21-24, Hebrews 13:4, 1 Corinthians 7:39, 1 Peter 4:7-11, Ephesians 4:25-32, James 1:19-20, Romans 12:9-21 //Other Episode You Might Enjoy// https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/171being-part-of-gods-family-a-thanksgiving-day-episode/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/105-is-my-family-saved-approaching-those-who-claim-christianity/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/136-growing-up-christian-misconceptions-of-a-perfect-upbringing/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/099-is-it-a-sin-for-a-christian-to-date-an-unbeliever/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/159-christians-and-dating/ // Helpful Links // https://www.youtube.com/@realtalkchristianpodcast The Christian Standard Bible: https://bit.ly/3rulKqi Lifeway Christian Resources: https://bit.ly/3qka4Wv Got Questions?: https://bit.ly/3vSMJfq Dwell Bible App: https://bit.ly/3zUYq8E Cross Formed Kids from Ryan Coatney: https://bit.ly/3h19isZ RTC Quick Links: https://linktr.ee/realtalkchristianpodcast RTC Online: www.realtalkchristianpodcast.com Twin Valley Coffee: https://www.coffeehelpingmissions.com Revive festival : Music Festival | En Gedi Music Fest | Leonidas, MI (myrevivefest.com) Toccoa Coffee:https://toccoacoffee.com
#600: Today we're sitting down with Dance Moms alum, Mackenzie Ziegler. Kenzie is an American singer, actress, former dancer, and internet personality. Today Kenzie joins us on the show to discuss all things Dance Moms, being placed in the spotlight at 6 years old, and what it's like growing up under the Hollywood microscope. She talks about her relationship with the other cast members, how her family dynamic evolved over the years, and why she decided to write a song dedicated to her father. We also dive into all things therapy, growing up and making friends as a famous teenager, and what she's learned over 10+ years of being a famous kid. Lastly we dive into how today's social media atmosphere affected her & how she's dealt with trolls, fake friends, and how Dance Moms changed her life. To connect with Kenzie click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts Bosstick click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE To subscribe to our YouTube Page click HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential This episode is brought to you by Dreamland Baby Use code code SKINNY at checkout for 20% off all Dreamland Baby Co items and free shipping at dreamlandbabyco.com This episode is brought to you by eBay Ensure your next purchase is the real deal with eBay Authenticity Guarantee. Everyone deserves real. Visit ebay.com for terms. This episode is brought to you by Deloloa Spritz Visit DelolaLife.com to find a store near you that carries Delola and follow @delola on instagram to learn more! Please enjoy responsibly. This episode is brought to you by Barefaced Visit Barefaced.com and use code SKINNY at checkout to receive 15% off your first purchase. This episode is brought to you by Ring Concierge Ring Concierge is the leading luxury jeweler committed to designing for women, by women. Use code TSC20 and save 20% on fine jewelry at ringconcierge.com This episode is brought to you by Westin Hotels At Westin hotels, there's amenities and offerings aimed to help you move well, eat well, and sleep well, so you can keep your well-being close, while away. Find wellness on your next stay at Westin Produced by Dear Media.
Grant Solomon, an 18-year-old prodigious athlete destined for greatness, tragically loses his life in a perplexing incident. The initial account of Grant's death is filled with inconsistencies and suspicious circumstances—his father Aaron Solomon's conflicting stories, the mysterious disappearance of witnesses, and the lack of expected physical evidence all contribute to the mystery. Joseph Scott Morgan and Dave Mack dig deep into these complexities, exploring everything from family dynamics and the meticulous details of attending professional sports training facilities to the forensics of accident investigations. Through expert analysis and engaging storytelling, they unravel a case shrouded in uncertainty. Time codes: [00:00:20] Joseph Scott Morgan reflects on the value of relationships with children and introduces the case of a young man who tragically died at 18 years old. 00:03:20 - Dave Mack introduces Grant Solomon, a blue chip athlete with a promising future, and his parents, who are well-established in their respective careers. 00:05:20 - The mystery surrounding Grant Solomon's death and the potential motive that could be tied to family issues are shared. 00:08:02 - Dave and Joe Scott discuss the high cost and meticulous preparation involved in attending professional sports training facilities and the logistics of showing up to such a facility without an appointment, suggesting an oddity in the situation. 00:12:20 - Joe talks about young drivers' potential mistakes, leading to Grant's death, and emphasizes the importance of eyewitness testimony in car accident cases. 00:15:32 - Joe and Dave discuss the importance of experts in assessing mechanical failures and the process of examining vehicles post-accident. 00:18:00 - Dave narrates the incident as explained by Aaron Solomon, Grant's father, the only known witness. 00:19:00 - Joe and Dave discuss the significance of a player's baseball gear, specifically the bat. 00:21:20 - Dave reveals the ongoing custody battle between Grant's divorced parents at the time of his death, a video captured unknowingly by Grant's mother, and the inconsistencies in Aaron's account of the events leading up to Grant's death. 00:23:35 - Joseph Scott Morgan provides a detailed description of the scene, including the layout of the parking lot and the building. 00:25:32 - Joseph introduces blunt force trauma, a leading injury cause in America. 00:30:16 - The condition of Grant's shoes and lack of typical accident wear and tear are discussed. 00:31:57 - Joe Scott emphasizes the likelihood of trace evidence and the unusual lack of it in Grant's case. 00:34:36 - Joe and Dave discuss the cause of Grant's death, a single injury to the back of his head, and consider alternative explanations for how it could have occurred. 00:36:30 - Questions arise about the narrative of Grant being rolled over, citing a lack of evidence.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The enneagram gives us insight into our unique gifts and the contributions we can make with those around us. But it shouldn't be the ultimate source of our identity. Ron Deal talks with Jeff and Beth McCord about interpreting core enneagram types alongside the truth of the Gospel as we relate to others. Show Notes and Resources Dive deeper into the 9 different Enneagram types Free downloads from Jeff and Beth Blended Family Resources Learn more about the Summit on Stepfamily Ministry Join us on the cruise! Thank you for your support! Leave us a review voicemail at 407-826-2606 or email us: email@example.com
Rise to the Challenge Podcast mission is Real Life Stories, Real Motivations, To Inspire All Generations. In each episode, we bring guests on the show from all background, all experiences, and all generations to share their story about overcoming challenges, accomplishing their goals, and rise to the challenge. Our guests get real about their experiences because we all have our own story and journey that we are on. Come on the journey with our guest and maybe your story connects, learn something new, and so much more when our guests are on the show. What is your Rise to the Challenge you are going on right now? Let us know. Make sure to subscribe to all of our platforms from Youtube, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, iHeart Radio, and More. Follow the show to stay up to date on new episodes. This episode, we bring our guest Andrea Wilson Woods to the show. Andrea has a great story in sharing from her experiences. Andrea shares about: - Lost of Family Member - Family Dynamics and Struggles - Author and Speaker - Personal Journey and Reflections - Entrepreneur path - So much more that you don't want to miss Check out Andrea at: - https://andreawilsonwoods.com - https://bluefaery.org - https://betteroffbald.com
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Parent Looking For Side Hustles Lets Start Pushing Past Limits: How Jerry Itzler's Pull-Up Challenge Can Transform Your Side Hustle and Family Life Ever felt like you've hit your limit, only to discover you've barely scratched the surface of your potential? Dive into this episode of the Dark Horse Entrepreneur Podcast and uncover the transformative power of pushing past perceived boundaries. Discover the riveting story of Jerry Itzler and his unexpected lesson with a Navy Seal—a tale that challenges everything we believe about our own limits. Learn how this lesson isn't just about physical endurance but a masterclass in mental resilience. Explore how the principles from Jerry's experience can be seamlessly integrated into the digital nomad journey. From launching side hustles to navigating the unpredictable world of digital entrepreneurship, this episode offers invaluable insights for every aspiring digital nomad parent. And if you think that's all, wait until you hear about the surprising ways these lessons can redefine your approach to family life. A game-changing revelation awaits! Ready to unlock a world of untapped potential? Tune into this episode and embark on a journey that promises to transform your entrepreneurial endeavors and family dynamics. Listen now and redefine what's possible! https://DarkHorseSchooling.com/Tribe
Mark Hettinger Jr (Firefighter, EMT, Fire, Inspector, Arson Investigator, Firearms Instructor, ECT.) is a highly decorated first responder with over 20+ years of experience with numerous Awards, comondations and citations for his work and life-saving efforts. When not saving or protecting lives, he's teaching other people how to, as an educator.Born the oldest of three boys, and coming to terms with his own sexuality at a very young age struggled his way through his coming of age and his fashion due to his identity. identifies as a gay male.Mark is also an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community serving on the Bergen County LGBTQ advisory committee for the county executive as well as chairman of GLSEN NNJ among other organizations and agencies.Ashley Marie, who has been a first responder for the past 13 years, has faced many battles to discover who she truly is. She spent the first 20+ years denying who she was and struggled with anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideations. Boxing up all of these emotions led her to full-blown addiction. Ashley, who identifies as a Trans Woman, was born a male and struggled with her gender identity for years. In 2016 she hit rock bottom and became determined to turn her life around. Ashley is now an advocate for both the LGBTQ+ and Recovery communities. What binds these two remarkable individuals together, they are brother and sister. Family Bonds are strong even amongst unusual circumstances. Find MarkInstagramFind AshleyFacebookFind The Suffering PodcastThe Suffering Podcast InstagramKevin Donaldson InstagramMike Failace InstagramBuzzsproutApple PodcastSpotifyFacebookTikTokYouTubeThe Suffering Podcast FamilyDented Development ProjectToyota of HackensackBella Dama CigarsHackensack Brewing Company - Peace, Love, BeerManscapedSupport the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTube