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If you're a recovering perfectionist, this is the episode for you. Joanna and I are talking about a healthier relationship to high standards.Find out more about membership at vibrantmusicteaching.com.
Nothing Personal with David Samson
Today's word of the day is ‘insurmountable' as in the Miami Heat took a 3-0 lead over the Boston Celtics last night as in the Denver Nuggets took a 3-0 lead over the Los Angeles Lakers. How strange it is? Two teams nobody trusted for different reasons are 1 game away from the NBA Finals. Jimmy Butler and the undrafteds. Nikola Jokic and the non-superstars. How? (11:25) What's the best Finals matchup? Heat vs Nuggets? Don't think so! Let's talk about what Adam Silver is feeling right now. (19:00) Are the Rays and Athletics issues ever going to be solved? Are the Rays for sale? Are the Athletics moving? (27:50) Review: Anna Nicole Smith - You Don't Know Me. (33:45) The Padres are bad. They can still get better. But how do they do that? Spending hasn't worked. (43:00) NPPOD - Yankees DFA Aaron Hicks. Happy Monday! Get excited! Drink that coffee! Eat that bagel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Deep Questions with Cal Newport
Do you live to work or work to live? In this episode, Cal talks with author Simone Stolfzoff about his provocative new book, THE GOOD ENOUGH JOB. Cal then answers listener questions about escaping professional unhappiness, and then switches gears in the Something Interesting segment to talk about the critical technological breakthrough that not enough people yet are talking about. Below are the questions covered in today's episode (with their timestamps). Get your questions answered by Cal! Here's the link: bit.ly/3U3sTvo Video from today's episode: youtube.com/calnewportmedia DEEP DIVE: Cal talks about the Good Enough Job with author Simone Stolzoff [4:39] - What kind of a job do I want? [59:31] - If I enjoy my job, why can't I focus? [1:05:28] - Should I give up on finding an academic job? [1:17:23] - Should I cut my salary in half to escape the hyperactive hive mind? [1:25:07] SOMETHING INTERESTING: Apple's most interesting new tech strategy has nothing to do with A.I. [1:34:41] Links: wsj.com/articles/apple-is-breaking-its-own-rules-with-a-new-headset-80c9b36c Thanks to our Sponsors: This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/deepquestions ladderlife.com/deep expressvpn.com/deep 80000hours.org/deep Thanks to Jesse Miller for production, Jay Kerstens for the intro music, and Mark Miles for mastering.
Being [at Work] offers a daily dose of leadership focused on helping you, the leader. During challenging times we need all of the encouragement we can get. Sometimes there's simply no playbook and we just need to do the best we can. Sometimes the best we can is being reminded of the gifts and insight you already have within. Now, if you're in the midst of a challenging time, our goal at HRD is to help remind and encourage you no matter the situation you're in. Be sure to subscribe and get your daily dose. Resources: HRD: https://hrdleadership.com/podcasts/
Will your business make it, realistically? Does it offer what people really want? Do you have the skills, assets, and resources to succeed as an entrepreneur? How can you even tell? In other words, are you good enough? Today, we nail down what “good enough” actually means in the world of entrepreneurship — and how […] The post MBA2311 How to Know If You’re Not Good Enough + Free Ride Friday appeared first on The $100 MBA.
Today's episode is a rerun of one of our greatest hits from Year One! (Pssst ... We'll be back next week with NEW shows!)After checking in on our 2023 goal-setting progress, Amanda and Brooke discuss the value of having older friends (or being the older friend) and how the experiences of those who are further along in their “eff it” journey can put our own lives into perspective.Then, Amanda shares a bit of a sticky joy-sparker — and Brooke is doing her future self a favor with a simple item that is always at-the-ready in her house.Visit www.goodenoughish.com for links to everything mentioned on the show.If you like this episode, please take a moment to share a positive review on Apple Podcasts, and share with others who may enjoy Good Enough-ish!-----We'll be back each week with new topics, stories, tips, and personal experiences, as well as some good old friendly banter and lots of laughter. Don't forget to find us on Instagram @goodenough.ish, or contact us with your episode ideas, questions, and comments.You can also support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/goodenoughish.
On this solo-cast, Kate reviews some of the most common scarcity mindsets related to creativity, thought leadership and self-expression. If you have ever worried that your ideas are not good enough, original enough, or you are not getting your work into the world fast enough to compete with the others who might have similar expertise, this episode is for you! Nourish your mind with some believable reframes and reminders so that you can keep creating your best work at your own pace and feel confident in sharing it with the world. If you are an entrepreneur, artist, content creator, or Enneagram Type 4 (if you know, you know), you will want to give this one a listen. References in this episode include: Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 16 with Caryn Berley Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 18 with Kelly Diels Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 49 with Anika Horn Go Deeper: To receive the journal prompts and practices that accompany this episode, sign up for Kate's weekly newsletter, The Portal. To learn more about coaching with Kate, check out her website HERE.
Fr. Ryan preached this homily on May 14, 2023 at St Basil the Great Catholic Church in Brecksville, OH. The Sunday readings are from The Sunday readings are from Acts 8:5-8, 14-17, Ps 66:1-3, 4-5, 6-7, 16, 20, 1 Pt 3:15-18 & Jn 14:15-21.
In this episode of Good Enough for Now, Lauren Demarest shares her leap-of-faith business idea that came to fruition and is thriving. She wanted to book exercise classes while on vacation in Greece and couldn't find an easy way to do that. So she created it. Lauren shares how she manages her inner critic as someone who doesn't speak the language where she runs her business and how being aware of her limits has helped her grow personally and professionally. She's even built a sister business through the process. Our conversation touches on trusting our gut instincts, defining our own version of success, creating inclusive spaces and community for all, and being the first to discover a unique niche. Listen in to hear more and get inspired to put your own internal nay-sayer to rest. What We Cover In This Episode: Taking a leap of faith from frustration, identifying the need, and taking risks to begin a company. Struggling with your inner critic and mental health challenges while building a business and finding the coping mechanisms to help. Going on a journey of self-discovery and redefining success along the way. Building a community in the wellness industry and making fitness more inclusive and welcoming to everyone. Why trusting your gut instinct is so important. Resources: Sweat Vacay Follow Sweat Vacay on Instagram Follow Sweat Vacay on Facebook Follow Sweat Vacay on Twitter Connect with Sweat Vacay on LinkedIn Plan for Success, Run Your Own Race with Cate Luzio About Lauren Demarest: Lauren Demarest's professional background is in advertising. She earned her MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and worked as a creative at McCann New York for 8 years before starting her companies and making the move to Mykonos. Sweat Vacay launched its Mykonos, Greece locations in 2019 with yoga, Pilates, and spin classes taught by elite global trainers. Each class is set in a tranquil outdoor setting so guests can take in the natural beauty. It has now grown into a luxury retreat and wellness facility consulting business with retreats throughout Greece, Italy, Austria, France, England, and Costa Rica. In 2020 Lauren launched Sweat Booker - making it free to list a gym, studio, class or wellness experience online; giving fit-pros in emerging markets tools they otherwise might not be able to afford. Designed as a competitor to ClassPass and MINDBODY, Sweat Booker is a wellness discovery, booking, and payment processing platform that is inclusive and supports small businesses and individuals.
HOW MY PARENTS RAISED ME Healing Childhood Trauma
Why do I feel less than? On The HEAL BLOG this week don't miss My Mother Had Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Christina grew up in a good family. They loved each other and she was cared for. But as the middle child, Christina never felt good enough. Her older sister was the golden child and her brother was the exceptional younger child. Her siblings seemed to excel at life and yet nobody placed any expectation on Christina who was struggling with undiagnosed ADHD. Christina's family were deep into the church and believed following all the rules made them good people. Meanwhile Christina felt like a prisoner inside her own head. Even her thoughts felt unsafe in a religious environment where there were rules around what you were allowed to think. There are so many reasons we feel less than and this story shares how Christina overcame hers. Christina is a Certified Life and Energy Coach, Specializing in Self Relationship. You can find Christina's website HERE and she is on instagram HERE If you have a story to share for this podcast please connect with me at www.instagram.com/mybigloveproject or send an email to email@example.com. I would LOVE! to connect with you.
Episode #49: Protocols and Good-Better-BestDon't aim for perfect. Not only will it never happen, but your pursuit of it will drive you to all sorts of dark places.In this episode I give you the keys to the Land of Good Enough which open the door to The Land of Doing More and Feeling Better.You are an intelligent human being and you certainly know how to make your next-best decisions once you quiet the chatter in your head.I also tell you about my new course opening June 26th. Find out how to enter a drawing to receiving a $50 coupon for it!0:57. Personal Story2:00. There is no such thing as perfect2:30. Good enough IS good enough!4:04. Here are restaurant scenarios9:10. A different angle on GBB10:30. Now on to parties12:12. Food pushers13:00. Waste14:04. Land of Good Enough14:55. Using a behavioral protocol15:45. Make advanced decisions17:18. Use your if-then tool18:20. Here is some more help19:32. The Clean-Plate Club20:12. What mistakes are we making and why?21:30. This week's Actionable Coaching Advice24:00. Episode 50, coming up.Get all my free guidesTake a look at this great courseJoin me on FacebookFollow me on InstagramCheck out PinterestAnd don't forget my book!
Today's episode is a rerun of one of our greatest hits from Year One!You've more than likely heard the chatter about Marie Kondo, the creator of the KonMari method of organizing, supposedly “giving up”… but as we all know, there's always more to a story than a clickbait-y headline leads us to believe. As one of the world's first KonMari-trained and -certified organizers, Amanda shares her personal reaction to this media coverage, she and Brooke dive in to what it really means to have a space and life that sparks joy while giving up on the idea of perfection, and they reflect on why organizing and decluttering can be particularly important when facing loss.Amanda then shares a joy-sparking budgeting tool that's giving her a better view of household spending, and Brooke passes on another handy tip courtesy of Fran that is great to remember when you need to de-fog, stat. Please note: Amanda is speaking as herself and of her own experience in this episode, and not as a representative of Marie Kondo or the KonMari organization. Visit www.goodenoughish.com for links to everything mentioned on the show.If you like this episode, please take a moment to share a positive review on Apple Podcasts, and share with others who may enjoy Good Enough-ish!-----We'll be back each week with new topics, stories, tips, and personal experiences, as well as some good old friendly banter and lots of laughter. Don't forget to find us on Instagram @goodenough.ish, or contact us with your episode ideas, questions, and comments.You can also support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/goodenoughish.
This episode starts with Psalm 15, but then goes into Psalm 24, Psalm 25, Psalm 65 and even gets into Ezekiel with some New Testament cross-references in Romans, Titus, and Matthew! It's a whirlwind of a study. It's a longer episode, but I am proud that I kept it to under an hour. So, Psalm 15 really got me thinking. Do you know where you are going when you die? My Uncle Chris would say, “Do you know, that you know, that you know are going to heaven?' It is a yes or no question. I don't know works, too. But I hope that this helps you out. Keep learning: Follow along with the full show notes on the website Recommended Bibles (if you purchase via these affiliate links, you will support Bible Talk!): NIV Chronological Study Bible, Hardcover NIV Life Application Study Bible The Passion Translation New Testament The Jesus Bible Artist Edition NLT Wide Margin Bible NET Full Notes Bible NRSV CS Lewis Bible NKJV Wiersbe Study Bible Mr. Pen Highlighters ---Bible Talk - a weekly podcast series by Nothin' But Fine. Emily Trotter has a teaching style all her own. Tune in for a fun, but educational dive into God's Word. Bible Talk will encourage you into a deeper understanding of your relationship with Christ.---Check out the Nothin' But Fine blog and website.Follow us on social media: Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube Want everything in your inbox? Subscribe to the Nothin' But Fine substack newsletter!
The difference between a toxic, good enough, and 100% culture can usually be boiled down to how each culture pursues its work. Toxic cultures are reactionary and pursue their work from a sense of panic. Good Enough cultures pursue their work to alleviate the tension between where they are and where they need to be, often settling for whatever will relieve the tension regardless of whether it is right for students. But Builders know that in order to sustain true urgency around the work, they need to keep a laser focused on the most important work. On today's episode, discover how you can foster a true sense of urgency in your school #LikeABuilder.
In this episode of Good Enough for Now, Neha Ruch discusses choosing the gray area between motherhood and work, the push to redefine success as a parent and a modern take on ambition. Neha shares about her decision to stay home with her young children and how her career pause led her to define her own values and reframe her goals. She also shares how to answer the question, “What do you do?” and how her community, Mother Untitled, was born. Our conversation is one that we all needed in our 20s and now can help us feel less alone in our 30s and beyond, especially as we redefine what success in life and motherhood can look like for each other while we wait for our culture to catch up. Listen in to hear more about doing what brings you joy, evaluating what's right for you right now, and staying connected and evolving your professional identity with intention, even as you choose to stay at home to parent for breaks in between. WHAT WE COVER IN THIS EPISODE: Exploring the challenges of focusing on both motherhood and career through planting seeds and embracing the possibilities that redefine purpose. Addressing societal narratives on stay-at-home mothers and learning to articulate and be confident in your identity and story. Reframing ambition for women who have paused their careers to focus on personal and family goals. Identifying ways to stay connected to a career or professional identity even while empowering your choice to care for children at home. Choosing to shift focus and give yourself agency to create rhythms and routines that serve both self and family. Embracing the present and accepting and trusting yourself as a parent working in or out of the home. RESOURCES: Mother Untitled Follow Mother Untitled on Instagram Connect with Neha Ruch on LinkedIn ABOUT NEHA RUCH: Neha Ruch is on a mission to update the perception of stay-at-home motherhood in America, infusing it with ambition, dignity, growth, and potential. She established her groundbreaking independent media brand, Mother Untitled, in 2017, in the early days of her motherhood journey. Since 2017, Mother Untitled has served as a digital oasis for ambitious women determined to grow, learn, and enjoy themselves during their chapter as the primary parent. Neha is a thought leader, sought-after speaker in the world of women, work, parenting, and identity and the author of a forthcoming book, The Power Pause, with Putnam, an imprint of Penguin Random House.
“Work will always be work. Some people work doing what they love. Other people work so that they can do what they love when they're not working. Neither is more noble.” This is a quote from Simone Stolzoff's new book The Good Enough Job: Reclaiming Life From Work, that's set to publish in a couple weeks. And regardless of where you fall on that spectrum, whether you live to work, or work to live, Simone makes the argument that there are too many of us who are looking to our jobs to provide fulfillment in ways that are unhealthy. For some our careers have replaced religion, for others it's a deep meaningful passion they're looking for, and yet others have replaced their social circle with their office, and friends with their co-workers. We're asking our work to wear too many hats! So today we have a great conversation with Simone Stolzoff about diversifying our identities, steps that both employers and employees can take in order to help define the ‘good enough job', and some practical steps we can take in order to create boundaries in our pursuit of work-life balance. Want more How To Money in your life? Here are some additional ways to get ahead with your personal finances: Knowing your ‘money gear' is a crucial part of your personal finance journey. Start here. Sign up for the weekly HTM newsletter. It's fun, free, & practical. Join a thriving community of fellow money in the HTM Facebook group. Find the best credit card for you with our new credit card tool! Massively reduce your cell phone bill each month by switching to a discount provider like Mint Mobile. During this episode we enjoyed a Scrappalicious by Los Angeles Ale Works! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This week Emily reviews the highly anticipated comeback of Le Sserafim. Listen as she breaks down the single, "Unforgiven," music video, and album. Then, Emily reviews the new EP from Taeyang including "Shoong!," his collaboration with Lisa from Blackpink. She also reviews the latest from Xdinary Heroes. Listen to hear which song Emily would've made the single instead of "Freakin' Bad."P1Harmony's collaboration with the British group New Hope Club is also reviewed.Plus, K-pop news, poll results, Queendom shoutouts, a fun Le Sserafim quiz, and more! Quiz - https://www.soompi.com/article/1563782wpp/quiz-play-a-game-of-would-you-rather-and-well-tell-you-which-le-sserafim-member-youre-most-likePlaylist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/62kmtroFG0J8piIo4qaPSR?si=1754069ddc9147a2Support the show
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Jerry is here for his first update but first Boomer thought Jerry got mauled while playing defense. We have audio of Zoo & Gallo's show open. We heard from Howie Rose as Justin Verlander gave up back to back homers. Verlander said he felt good in his first outing as a Met. The Rockies come to town starting tonight. The Rays will host the Yankees as they are 20 games over 500. Dexter Lawrence got an extension by the Giants. The Knicks are heading to Miami for game 3 tomorrow and Julius Randle said he feels good enough to play.
More Than A Mother: Personal Growth, Productivity, Trauma Healing, & Self-Care Strategies for Working Moms
Mom guilt is one thing moms can count on to try and mess up our day. in this episode, I am talking all about mom guilt and how to break free from the lies it tells. Mom guilt is hard enough on all moms, but then factor in chronic illness and that takes guilt to a whole new level. In this episode, we'll discuss mom guilt and how overwhelming it can be. We will discuss the role society plays in how moms feel and how the concept of default parenting adds to the guilt moms feel. We will also discuss how being good enough is good enough, and how you can stop being so overwhelmed with all the expectations and standards placed on you by others. Listen now to learn some tools to help you overcome and break free from mom guilt. Mentioned in this episode: Dr. Amber Thornton's Default Parenting Series/Content. Learn more: https://www.instagram.com/dramberthornton/ Previous Podcast Episodes about Mom Guilt How to Cope When Life Triggers Mom Guilt How to Unleash Mom Guilt and Achieve Your Goals (Tips to Overcome Mom Guilt) What is Mom Guilt + 3 Tips To Help You Overcome It Right Now Real Moms Share How to Overcome Mom Guilt (Part 1) Real Moms Share How to Overcome Mom Guilt (Part 2) Real Moms Share How to Overcome Mom Guilt (Part 3) Real Moms Share How to Overcome Mom Guilt (Part 4) + Top Mom Guilt Survival Tips Why the Comparison Trap of Social Media Makes Moms Feel Like Bad Moms Get your copy of my best-selling book: Rising Above Statistics: How to Overcome Obstacles & Achieve Success Against All Odds by LaWann Moses- https://lawannmoses.com/risingabovestatistics SAY HI & CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE TikTok- https://tiktok.com/@wannmosworld Instagram- https://instagram.com/wannmosworld Instagram- https://instagram.com/themomcontentcreator TikTok- https://tiktok.com/@themomcontentcreator Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@wannmosworld Facebook- https://facebook.com/wannmosworld Pinterest- https://pinterest.com/wannmosworld Twitter- https://twitter.com/wannmosworld Podcast: https://morethanamother.podbean.com Website- https://lawannmoses.com GET UGC (User Generated Content) FOR YOUR BRAND https://lawannmoses.com/ugcportfolio Business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Influencer/Collaboration inquiries: email@example.com
Today's episode is a rerun of one of our greatest hits from Year One!After a brief trip down “Friends”-inspired memory lane, Amanda and Brooke dive into a discussion on personal values. Amanda recaps her own values and how she chose them, and she also helps Brooke narrow her values down in real time. See the show notes on our website for a free worksheet on Identifying Your Values.Then, Brooke shares a favorite TV show that is a weekly joy sparker, and Amanda discusses a solution for a recent hurdle she's encountered with a few home-based tasks.Visit www.goodenoughish.com for links to everything mentioned on the show.If you like this episode, please take a moment to share a positive review on Apple Podcasts, and share with others who may enjoy Good Enough-ish!-----We'll be back each week with new topics, stories, tips, and personal experiences, as well as some good old friendly banter and lots of laughter. Don't forget to find us on Instagram @goodenough.ish, or contact us with your episode ideas, questions, and comments.You can also support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/goodenoughish.
Do you compare yourself with images and body types you see online or on billboards? Do you feel you need to stay busy as a way to feel important? Do you sometimes feel “not good enough”? Our guest today, author and counselor Jan Denise, asks us to stop seeking rewards outside of ourselves and look inside instead. Jan will identify the ultimate fear that triggers empty pursuits and addiction, as well as all negative emotions that lead to low self-esteem. She has the answer to assisting us to break through this negativity and shows the innate goodness, or the love within, that you are. Jan is a columnist, counselor, author, and speaker. She assists people in discovering their self-worth and growing their self-love. She conducts workshops and retreats all over the country, speaks professionally for business, charity, and wellness events, and serves on the faculty of the Omega Institute. She is the author of “Innately Good: Dispelling the Myth that You're Not.” Info: innatelygood.com.
Locked On Mariners - Daily Podcast On the Seattle Mariners
It wasn't pretty, but it doesn't matter. After the Mariners' offense was M.I.A. for most of the road trip, the club managed to breakout 12 runs in their last 11 innings to secure a much-needed sweep of the Oakland A's prior to a big three-game set against the Astros this weekend. Colby and Ty discuss the starting pitching performances, Taylor Trammell's role going forward, positive signs of offense, and more on today's episode of Locked On Mariners! Be sure to follow or subscribe to Locked On Mariners wherever you prefer your podcasts! For questions and other inquiries, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @danegnzlz | @CPat11 For more of Ty and Colby, check out their Patreon: patreon.com/controlthezone/ RocketMoney Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions -- and manage your expenses the easy way -- by going to RocketMoney.com/lockedonmlb. BetterHelp This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp connects you with a licensed therapist who can take you on that journey of self-discovery from wherever you are. Visit BetterHelp.com/lockedonmlb today to get 10% off your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Uniquely You with Destiny Pickens
One of the feelings that rob us of getting the full benefits of being kingdom daughters is self-doubt. It goes as far as limiting us to a certain level. Self-doubt is that convincing voice that tells us that we are not enough, we are not worthy, of enjoying the benefits of being a kingdom child, we are not capable of getting certain great things done, and we're not worthy of God's love and forgiveness. As believers, we have been given a sound mind and a bold spirit, and as such, doubt shouldn't have a place of residence in our lives. In this episode, I shared 3 biblical ways to shift our mindset from being doubtful to having confidence. If you currently feel unworthy to be loved and cared for by God, this episode is for you. Remember God's unconditional love. Forgetting how the love of God brought down His son to die for our sins is one major contributor to having self-doubt. “When God looks at us, His love alone, covers the multitude of our past mistakes and our past failures” Focus on your relationship with God We can easily get carried away thinking that our work for God is equivalent to how He rates us to be. This is not true. Our focus should be on building an intimate relationship with God. It is not a competition. God is more interested in you than what you do. This is where our confidence comes from. “Your worthiness doesn't come from what you do, it comes from your relationship with God” Ask God to help you see yourself through His lens Reading the word of God helps you see yourself through his lens. We are easily swayed by the happenings around us and this is not entirely our fault but what point would doubt come in if you know that you are God's heir or that you are his workmanship? We must ask God to give us revelations of his word that speaks about what he thinks of us. “Do not let yourself be burdened by the yoke of slavery” Scriptures Mentioned Psalm 37:23 John 1:12 Romans 8:17 Romans 8:37 Colossians 3:12 Ephesians 2:10 Galatians 5:1 Links If you are ready to embark on the journey to living with a biblical mindset, reach out to me www.destinypickens.com Do well to leave a review, like, subscribe, and share this episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destiny-pickens7/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destiny-pickens7/support
“The future is very different from your life now. Therefore, the actions you should take must also be greatly different. You cannot do the same thing and get something different.”Are you hesitant to pursue your dreams because you don't feel ready? Do you think you need all the necessary skills, resources, and support before taking that leap? If so, you're not alone.Many people feel this way and put their dreams on hold for years, if not decades. However, you don't have to equip yourself fully to pursue your dreams. Waiting until you're entirely ready may mean you never start at all. It can keep you stuck in a cycle of procrastination and inaction.If you don't feel ready, take action anyway. Starting on the right foot can give you momentum and confidence. You'll learn as you go and make more informed decisions along the way. Embrace your worth and take action today.Listen to the full episode and learn that believing in yourself, embracing your worth, and taking action is more significant than feeling ready. Remember, you don't have to be perfect to start. Don't worry about the rest. Just do it. Don't forget to share this valuable episode with your friends and loved ones.Exceptional Highlights90 to 95 percent of our thoughts come from our subconscious mind, like the submerged part of an iceberg versus the conscious part. It comes in every time we shake our comfort zone. And that's when we listen to and weigh internal battles and intuitive nudges. You can't play small and have big goals and dreams.We can get caught up in not being ready and not feeling worthy. But the most beautiful thing in life is when we stop holding ourselves back from evolving, growing, and experiencing the most amazing human experience. Episode Highlights3:06 - Intuitive Nudges and Signs the Universe gave me6:01 - Reasons Why I Feel Not Ready to Start Writing A Book8:47 - My Human Design Blueprint and Me10:00 - The things that are holding me back from starting things13:02 - How our subconscious mind influences our decisions15:27 - What Propels Me to Do Things16:47 - Why Do You Need to Stop Playing Small?18:28 - Thoughts Coming from a Place of Scarcity22:31 - Stop Waiting for Yourself to Be Ready24:05 - You Don't Have to See The Entire Road in Your JourneyIMPORTANT LINKS AND RESOURCESLearn more about Move and Still LLC - https://movexstill.com/New Course: GROUNDED - https://bit.ly/3LXfuU7CONNECT WITH ME:IG - https://bit.ly/3ZmwMwTLinkedIn - https://bit.ly/3FSkl5iA GIFT FOR YOU! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the show on Apple Podcasts to be entered into a drawing to receive a free coffee from me! Just send me the screenshot at email@example.com to get started.
Hour 2: The Mets invited Aaron Rodgers to throw out the first pitch at Citi Field, but it's the Yankees that he really wants to get the call from. Are the Yankees good enough to win it all?
Recorded Mar 02nd, 2023Hello #Trashians it is once again #TrashTuesday and you know what that means... Wrestling is Trash is here for you. On today's episode Nick and Lou talk about #AEW All in first day presales, Lou's live show shenanigans, We go over the Backlash card and have a AEW Draftwhich included a rock/paper/scissor battle. All that and more on this weeks #WIT
“I'm not good enough” is one of the stories I hear more than any other. This single story alone is debilitating and toxic and I talk about how I used to feel the same and how I overcame it. The thing about being “good enough,” it has to be measured against something. There must be criteria to measure it and the truth is, there is absolutely no way to measure it. For example...if someone said, “You're the best in the world at what you do,” there is almost no way to verify that. After all, if you are the best, then it means the “best” and it means they'd have to have an experience with every single other person in the world who does what you do to verify. It's not possible. More than anything, we only feel not good enough when we compare ourselves to others. And, we only feel not good enough when we are judging ourselves and making value judgments about others and ourselves. In this episode I talk about how I pulled myself out of this toxic vortex and how I freed myself. More than anything, to feel good enough we MUST accept ourselves. We must accept how and what we are...whatever that is. The interesting thing is, we can only evaluate being “good enough” if we are comparing ourselves to other people and that also is not impossible as we can compare ourselves to what we can see of and about them but we cannot see what's going on in their head and internal life. Transformational Takeaway: Being “good enough" has nothing to do with your external world. The way to be good enough is to accept yourself as you are, right now. VISIT THE SHOW NOTES HERE FOR MORE: https://www.jimfortin.com/268 LIKED THE EPISODE? If you're the kind of person who likes to help others, then share this with your friends and family. If you have found value, they will too. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts so we can reach more people. Join the conversation inside the Jim Fortin Podcast Community Facebook group HERE. OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY: My Instagram account Podcast Facebook Community Click here to send your questions Thank you for listening! With Gratitude, Jim Fortin
What is the dark side of being a people pleaser? IHow do you know if your partner is ungrateful? When Your Partner Doesn't Meet Your Needs, What Can You Do? What is the characteristic of an ungrateful person? Is it bad to be a pleaser in a relationship? How do I talk to my partner about not being satisfied? Is being a people pleaser selfish? Does people-pleasing cause resentment?
The guys talk about life updates and what we've been up to, Blue Man Group, and MagiQuest. Links: https://linktr.ee/thegoodenoughpodcast The guys: Luke: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs5QNDD5u20Q0vifli80UqQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LukeOnDemandYT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukeondemandyt/ Jackson: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiWMNY8SdFbqtdtn74Mf9iw Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacksonnburns Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonnburns/ Jake: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzcLnmBnlYwveqeTSKcP6Hg Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeJosephMusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abucketofjake/?hl=en it's good enough --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/good-enough-podcast/message
In this episode of Good Enough for Now, Georgina Moore discusses her transition from successful book publicist to fiction author and how she found inspiration for her first novel within her own life and her own reading passions. Georgina shares the vulnerability needed in becoming an author and having her friends and colleagues read and review her book. She also shares her own version of time and where she found space in her life as a mother, partner, and professional to write her book. Our conversation touches on themes of transition, curiosity, creating space for oneself, and the joys and challenges of pursuing a new career path mid-life. Listen in to hear more, as well as a little bit of dish on the publishing industry. What We Cover In This Episode: Georgina's background in publishing as a book publicist and working with celebrities such as Hillary Clinton and Lauren Bacall. The challenges of transitioning from a corporate career to writing and the importance of having a plan B in mid-life. The process of writing and publishing her debut novel, set on the Isle of Wight, and the vulnerability she experienced receiving (and anticipating) critiques from editors and authors. Creating strong, relatable characters in her family saga novel and the importance of depicting women in their 30s and beyond. Balancing writing and promotion of her book, and the concept of "good enough" in striving for success as an author and a mother. The advantages of being older and established in her career, and the opportunities for women to share their stories and experiences in the publishing industry. Resources: Preorder The Garnett Girls from Bookshop Preorder The Garnett Girls from Amazon Follow Georgina on Instagram Follow Georgina on Twitter Connect with Georgina on LinkedIn About Georgina Moore: Georgina Moore grew up in London and lives on a houseboat on the River Thames with her partner, two children, and Bomber, the Border Terrier. The Garnett Girls is her first novel and is set on the Isle of Wight, where Georgina and her family have a holiday houseboat called Sturdy.
Lupus ABC is the first of its kind public-private partnership with the FDA. It will allow researchers and patients to work together, hopefully leading to breakthroughs in lupus treatments. Experts explain why the patient perspective is so important for successful outcomes. Learn More: https://radiohealthjournal.org/im-not-dying-but-is-that-good-enough-improving-lupus-research
Thank you so much for listening, in today's episode, I'll be discussing the concept of being a "good enough" parent. This idea might be surprising to some, but it's an essential perspective that can help relieve the pressures and anxieties that often accompany parenthood. So, let's dive in.The term "good enough parent" was first introduced by British psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott in the 1950s. The concept suggests that parents don't need to be perfect; instead, they simply need to provide a loving, nurturing, and safe environment that allows their children to grow and develop into healthy, well-adjusted adults. It's important to recognize that no parent is perfect, and that's okay. All parents make mistakes, and the key is to learn from those mistakes and strive to do better moving forward.So, what are some practical tips for becoming a "good enough" parent? One of the main aspects is being present and attentive to your child's needs. This means listening to them, empathizing with their feelings, and validating their experiences. Emotional connection is crucial for your child's well-being.Setting boundaries are also important components of the "good enough" parenting model. Setting boundaries creates a safe and secure environment for your child, helping them understand the consequences of their actions and teaching them important life skills. In Birthing from Within birth classes we do an exercise about what a good enough parent is. I'll summarize it and feel free to join in. To start, think about the term “bad parent”, now write down or think of some words associated with what it means for someone considered to be a bad parent. Next, think about the term “good parent”, and write down or think about the words or phrases you associate with what it means to be a good parent. Finally, think about the term “good enough parent” and jot down or think of the phrases that come to mind. Do you find that the phrases associated with being a good enough parent are somewhere in the middle of the first two, perhaps closer linked with being a good parent? Maybe they are a step down from being a good parent. For instance, if you thought of reading to your kids everyday as something associated with being a good parent, perhaps you could think of reading to your kids every other day or every week as a good enough parent alternative. In conclusion, remember that being a good enough parent is about progress, not perfection. Give yourself grace and be patient with yourself as you navigate the ups and downs of parenthood. Your love, support, and presence are what truly matter to your child. I hope that you found this episode enlightening and that it helps you on your journey towards becoming a "good enough" parent. Get in touch with me: Sign up for a live virtual birth class in April or MayTake the 4 Day Birth ClassFollow me on Instagram and on TikTokFind other episodes at: www.findingyourvillage.com/podcastSign up for a class here!Support the show
In this episode, author Julie Marshall and host Joseph Grove talk with Ursula Goodenough about her new release, the second edition of "The Sacred Depths of Nature: How Life Has Emerged and Evolved." The book provides a brief but powerful commingling of science and spirituality to help readers more deeply connect with animals, plants and the earth herself. The book is available here: https://bit.ly/3L7gSS2. More information about the book can be found here: www.sacreddepthsofnature.com. The Animal Wellness Podcast is produced by Animal Wellness Action and the Center for a Humane Economy. It focuses on improving the lives of animals in the United States and abroad through legislation and influencing businesses to create a more humane economy. Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify and Podbean offer subscriptions to the free show. www.animalwellnessaction.org www.centerforahumaneeconomy.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalWellnessAction Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/centerforahumaneeconomy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AWAction_News Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheHumaneCenter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/animalwellnessaction/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/centerforahumaneeconomy/ Music from https://filmmusic.io: "Fearless First" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Today's episode is a rerun of one of our greatest hits from Year One!Amanda and Brooke have a LOT to share in their longest episode yet. From athletes buying coffee, to celebrity podcast BFFs, to singers of their youth, to car naps… they cover it all. Brooke also shares some truly exhilarating news about a new Balance Bound collaboration that she's been keeping a secret, and Amanda plays some new sound effects that Fernando has been hiding from her.Brooke's joy-sparker of the moment ties in with our dear listeners, and Amanda is doing her future self some favors by prepping for the upcoming school year.Visit www.goodenoughish.com for links to everything mentioned on the show.If you like this episode, please take a moment to share a positive review on Apple Podcasts, and share with others who may enjoy Good Enough-ish!-----We'll be back each week with new topics, stories, tips, and personal experiences, as well as some good old friendly banter and lots of laughter. Don't forget to find us on Instagram @goodenough.ish, or contact us with your episode ideas, questions, and comments.You can also support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/goodenoughish.
In this episode of Good Enough for Now, Ashley Cox, a leadership coach and entrepreneur, shares her insights on building and sustaining a successful business by hiring and developing teams. With a mission to help more women become leaders and creating jobs for moms who can excel at home and at work, Ashley leans on her own personal experiences around self-awareness, negative feedback, perfectionism, personal development, and more. Ashley believes everyone can be a leader: in their family, at church, in their community, and at work, and that women are their own worst enemy when it comes to hiring because they wait too long to take action. In this episode, we talk about intentional leadership, why trust is a big part of leadership, what accountability really means, and how to make sure that everyone you work with has their voice heard. Listen in to hear more and to see what a true ray of sunshine Ashley is. What We Cover In This Episode: The challenges women face in stepping into leadership roles, including confidence and conditioning to be nice. The negative stories we tell ourselves about our ability to lead and why everyone is a leader. How to lead with intention, understanding your core values, and holding yourself and your team accountable to create a culture where teams thrive. The benefits of cultivating self-awareness and self-love to make better hiring decisions and communicate honestly with your team. How to view feedback as a two-way street instead of something negative we have to do. Ashley's mission to get more women into leadership roles and why it's so important. How perfectionism can be both good and bad, and why it's important to embrace imperfection to foster creativity, growth, and innovation. Resources: Normalize Mental Health, Forge Habits of Hope with Lindsay Recknell SproutHR Connect with Ashley on LinkedIn Follow SproutHR on Instagram Follow SproutHR on Facebook About Ashley Cox: Ashley Cox, PHR, SHRM-CP is the Founder and CEO of SproutHR, a boutique HR consulting firm that educates and empowers women-owned businesses on how to hire and lead profitable, sustainable, impactful teams with confidence, ease, and fun. At SproutHR, Ashley and her team focus on values-based hiring, compassionate and intentional leadership, and amplifying impact. With over 16 years of experience as a certified HR professional, Ashley is also a subject matter expert, speaker, podcast host of The Impact Ripple, and author of the book, Transform Your Stories.
The Adventures of a Real Estate Investor
Investing in real estate can be a lucrative way to build wealth and secure your financial future. One of the most popular ways to invest in real estate is by buying land. However, buying land can be more complicated than buying a house or a commercial property. In this episode, we welcome Brent Bowers, as he discuss the key factors to consider when buying land for real estate investing, as well as the benefits and risks of this type of investment. Whether you are a seasoned real estate investor or just getting started, this post will provide valuable insights into the world of land investing.Come join us and listen in! As an Army Officer with over 8 years of service, Brent Bowers was spending a great deal of time away from his family, and he knew he needed to make some changes in order to be more present with his wife and children. In a short amount of time, Brent was able to expand his business, hire a team and, most importantly, spend quality time with his family while still working hard and helping others. [00:00 - 12:15]• We welcome Brent Bowers to the show.• Brent Bowers background on how he started in property management.• Why did Brent choose investing in land?• How he sold his first land and the process he had to go through?• Asking questions can bring you greatness. [12:18 -18:40]• Does he buy only from Colorado or from all over?• His mailing strategy and how it help him get better deals?• How he landed a parcel of land for 1.2 million dollars with a postcard?• The common thing between real estate investors and Rhinos?[18:44 - 30:54]• The concept of seller financing and how it impacts your cashflow and transactions?• If you were the one thinking "I don't have the money to go out and buy these parcels of land" You NEED to hear This.• The first steps to take to start in Land Flipping?• Brent on "Done is Good Enough".• Asking Brent Bowers the Adventurous Four Tweetable Quotes: " You got to be ready for the torpedoes. That's why the Rhinos have three-inch thick skin. They're always charging and we get to do that as real estate investors, always charging. Whether it be charging the American Express or charging towards that next deal. " - Brent BowersConnect with Brent Bowershttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brent1/https://www.facebook.com/brentlbowers1/ https://www.instagram.com/brentlbowers/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX4sxJwiz7ET7AKTXD9SA8A https://www.tiktok.com/@brentlbowers1https://www.thelandsharks.com/ Explore more. Adventure awaits. Please subscribe and leave an honest review - how do you want to create an impact in your world? Check out Adventurous REI and our social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Michael on LinkedIn Suzy on LinkedIn Invest with us! Start here. GRAB A FREE copy of The Complete Guide to Generating Passive Income for Avid Travelers & Adventure Seekers
The guys talk about the Mario Movie, new music, and Jake lights himself on fire. Links: https://linktr.ee/thegoodenoughpodcast The guys: Luke: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs5QNDD5u20Q0vifli80UqQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LukeOnDemandYT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukeondemandyt/ Jackson: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiWMNY8SdFbqtdtn74Mf9iw Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacksonnburns Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonnburns/ Jake: Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzcLnmBnlYwveqeTSKcP6Hg Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeJosephMusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abucketofjake/?hl=en it's good enough --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/good-enough-podcast/message
Destination Heal with Ty Alexander
In this episode you and I are going to take a dive deep into our relationships with our parents and the impact they've had on our lives. Sometimes, despite their best efforts, our parents' actions and decisions just didn't cut it. I'm going to share 15 emotionally intelligent solutions to help you heal and move forward. Even if your parent isn't a willing participant. RESOURCES: Downloadable Self-Care Guides - https://tyalx.com/downloads 5 Day Gratitude Challenge - https://tyalx.com/gratitude-challenge Emotional Support Cheatsheet - https://tyalx.com/emotional-support-cheatsheet CONNECT WITH US: Consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts to unlock our besties subscriber only audio experience. You'll get exclusive audio, interviews, ad free episodes, and monthly guided meditations. Follow Self Care IRL on IG: https://tyalx.com/selfcareirl-ig Follow Ty Alexander on IG: https://tyalx.com/instagram Pranamat: https://pranamat.com/af/gzxnvwgx?coupon=tyalexander Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Search Podcast - Discussing Life's Big Questions
David Morgan and Nick Manos of Search Dallas join Blaine to discuss whether or not we have to earn our way to Heaven.Support the show
Locked On Nuggets - Daily Podcast On The Denver Nuggets
The Nuggets face a big opportunity to effectively end their first-round series vs. the Wolves in Game 3 in Minnesota. Do they have enough to beat a desperate team who is likely to play better at home? Can Denver put the clamps down? How should they approach defending Anthony Edwards vs. Mike Conley? Plus, a look at Denver's pick and roll defense and how much it will matter in these playoffs, plus a look around the Western Conference Playoffs. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNBA for $20 off your first purchase. Last minute tickets. Lowest Price. Guaranteed. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Ultimate Pro Basketball GM To download the game just visit probasketballgm.com or look it up on the app stores. Our listeners get a 100% free boost to their franchise when using the promo LOCKEDON (ALL CAPS) in the game store. PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kelly shares her own “go to” mantra as well as two blessings from frequent Kelly Corrigan Wonders guest Kate Bowler and her co-author/friend/podcast producer Jessica Richie's beautiful and extremely useful book: The Lives We Actually Have (100 Blessings for Imperfect Days). The book is full of warm and witty blessings found within the struggles of our shared humanity, from the New York Times bestselling authors of Good Enough.
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Today's episode is a rerun of one of our greatest hits from Year One!Amanda and Brooke are no longer doing that which is not fun and easy. They discuss resisting the “shoulds” of life and business, finding their flow, identifying what's fun and easy, and coming up with better ways to approach that which may not feel so fun and easy.Amanda then divulges her reading strategy that sparks a lot of joy for her, and Brooke shares a favor to her future self that comes in handy any time she has a gift to wrap.Visit www.goodenoughish.com for links to everything mentioned on the show.If you like this episode, please take a moment to share a positive review on Apple Podcasts, and share with others who may enjoy Good Enough-ish!-----We'll be back each week with new topics, stories, tips, and personal experiences, as well as some good old friendly banter and lots of laughter. Don't forget to find us on Instagram @goodenough.ish, or contact us with your episode ideas, questions, and comments.You can also support this podcast by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/goodenoughish.
MORNING, MAMA | Heal From the Past, Parent with Purpose, and Live Out Your Calling - Mental Health, Biblical Parenting, Chris
Do you feel defeated at the end of the day feeling like you somehow still didn't measure up as a mom? Is this feel of not being good enough an endless tape playing in your mind? I know this is a battle I am constantly having to fight and there are so many other mamas that struggle with the same thing. Today we dive into some of the reasons why we continue to struggle with this even after recognizing this is a lie. We finish off by unpacking 3 things you can do to stop this lie from taking hold of you. I hope this encourages you! You are more than enough, mama! Love, Brittany Come join us for this round of the Academy starting on April 24th! Get all the details and apply here: https://morningmamaacademy.gr8.com/ Also, come say hi and share in our Facebook group! I would love to hear your story and know your name! https://bit.ly/MorningMamaFacebookGroup I am not here to be your therapist, so here is a great place to find one if you realize it's time! https://www.restorationtherapytraining.com/find-a-therapist/ COMMUNITY--> https://bit.ly/morningmamafacebookgroup ACADEMY--> http://morningmamaacademy.gr8.com CONNECT--> firstname.lastname@example.org INSTAGRAM--> http://www.instagram.com/morningmamapodcast
Jess talks about writing her book “Good Enough Now”, why diversity can be hard, overcomplicating diversity, and much more!
The Intentional Parents Podcast
Today is a fantastic meaningful conversation. We have Sally Lemos on the show. We cover attachment, attunement, how to NOT parent from our woundedness, connection before correction, how to noitice when your flooded and so much more! Enjoy! A little about Sally...Sally Lemos, MS, LPC, is a mental health therapist providing services to adults, adolescents, and children experiencing various mental health challenges. She is certified in EMDR with advanced training in treating complex developmental trauma and dissociation with adults, adolescents, and children, attachment-informed EMDR treatment working with parents and children to heal intergenerational trauma, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She has extensive experience and training working with children and families involved in the foster care system and with children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Follow us on Instagram:@intentional_parents@brook_mosser@Emosser@philmcomer@dianewcomer Grab a copy of our book: Raising Passionate Jesus Followers (Now available in audiobook!)https://amzn.to/3ReOgc4 Website: intentionalparents.org Join our Legacy Builders: https://www.intentionalparents.org/donate-index-impact Blog: https://www.intentionalparents./blog GET: The Intentional Film Serieshttps://www.intentionalparents.org/film-series The Intentional Leadership Retreat:https://www.intentionalparents.org/leadership-retreat Episodes Mentioned (Interview with Aundi Kolber)https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-intentional-parents-podcast/id1462206659?i=1000537701695 Sally Lemoshttps://www.newbloomtherapy.com/about