Oh my goodness, loves. I can't believe the holiday season is almost here! This time of year can bring up a lot of triggers and challenging feelings for people. Maybe you're reuniting with your family for the first time in a while. You know you have differing views, opinions, and beliefs, and you're unsure how to navigate having those tough conversations with loved ones. In this episode, I share how you can be a little braver and more compassionate during your interactions with others and some of the lessons and tips I've learned through experience. I also am so excited to share my That Sucked. Now What? Conversation and Affirmation cards with you, which can be another tool you use to strengthen your relationships with loved ones! Some of the topics I touch on in this episode… - How to shift your nervous energy into excitement - How to use card decks to spark brave conversations - Normalizing healthy debate and agreeing to disagree - A practice to use when you get triggered - How to be the way-shower for your family - And so much more If you loved this episode… - Share it with a friend or family member who could benefit from hearing it! - Leave a 5-star rating to show your love! - You might also enjoy episode 26 on setting boundaries - And episode 72 where I talk about How to Build Resilience and Master Personal Growth Through Your Relationships Loves, did you know you get my Conversation and Affirmation cards FOR FREE when you pre-order 10 copies of That Sucked. Now What? Yup — why not gift your extra copies of the book to loved ones, maybe even donate to organizations who could use them, and share the gift of building your resilience this holiday season? Check it out, plus all the other juicy bonuses you get when you pre-order your copies before the book releases! Thank you for being here, appreciate you all so much!
“Find ways to be powerful and compassionate together.” - Charles MatheusToday's featured bookcaster is adventurer, entrepreneur, mentor, TEDx speaker, and leadership consultant, Charles Matheus. Charles and I have a fun chat about his book, “Leadership & Masculinity: Embracing New Strength”, emotional literacy, and more!! Key Things You'll Learn:What emotions tell you about yourselfWhy he's all about man creating “powerful spaces” instead of “safe spaces”Three ways for men to develop and enhance their relationshipsHow coaching helped Charles to level up in his careerA powerful question that every leader must ask themselves Charles' Site: https://www.charlesmatheus.com/gonorthCharles Book: https://www.amazon.com/Charles-Matheus/e/B09YVKHGJM/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dsk The opening track is titled “Vash The Stampede” by Asis Galvin. To listen to the full track and support the artist monetarily, click the following link. https://asisgalvin.bandcamp.com/track/vash-the-stampede You May Also Like… #Bonus Host2Host Ep.– “Unleashing the Power of Respect” with Dr. Joseph Shrand (@Drjoeshrand): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/bonus-host2host-ep-unleashing-the-power-of-respect-with-dr-joseph-shrand-drjoeshrand/ #HolidayBonus Ep. – “Wisdom Of The Men” with Clint Arthur (@clintarthur): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/holidaybonus-ep-wisdom-of-the-men-with-clint-arthur-clintarthur/ Ep. 409 – “Kiss Your Dragons” with Shawn Nason (@manonfiresocial): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-409-kiss-your-dragons-with-shawn-nason-manonfiresocial/ Ep. 587 – “Cadence” with Leanne Spencer: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-587-cadence-with-leanne-spencer/ Ep. 392 – “Chasing the Captain” with Terry Shepherd (@TheTShepherd): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-392-chasing-the-captain-with/ #HolidayBonus Ep. – “Fireproof” with David Hollenbach III (@HollenbachLEAD): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/holidaybonus-ep-fireproof-with-david-hollenbach-iii-hollenbachlead/ #LocalAuthor Bonus Ep. – “Inside Outside” with Jeff Elkins (@Jffelkins): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/localauthor-bonus-ep-inside-outside-with-jeff-elkins-jffelkins/ Ep. 490 – “The Courageous Ask” with Brian Kreeger: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-490-the-courageous-ask-with-brian-kreeger/ Ep. 430 – “Being Brown in a Black and White World” with Annemarie Shrouder (@ashrouder): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-430-being-brown-in-a-black-and-white-world-with-annemarie-shrouder-ashrouder/ Ep. 356 – “The Relentless Pursuit of Greatness” with Thomas R. Williams (@MrTRWilliams): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-356-the-relentless-pursuit-of-greatness-with-thomas-r-williams-mrtrwilliams Ep. 428 – “Hard Conversations” with Dr. Brad Johnson (@bjcommunicates): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-428-hard-conversations-with-dr-brad-johnson-bjcommunicates/ 211 – “Tough Conversations” with David Wood (@_playforreal): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/211-tough-conversations-with-david-wood-_playforreal/ Ep. 299 – “Bus Stop Wisdom” with Jerry Franklin Poe (@jerrypoe): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-299-bus-stop-wisdom-with-jerry-franklin-poe-jerrypoe/
Coach Forward is an interview-style podcast hosted by Jason Mejeur (Coach J), accomplished Coach, Mentor, and Founder/CEO at OWN IT.Highlights from the episode:[12:00] How To Deal With Disrespect[20:38] Increasing Intensity During Warmups[27:09] Helping Players Find Their Fit[30:21] Building Culture In The NIL & Transfer Era[34:32] Leaving Losses On The FieldCoach Boss was appointed the 16th head coach in Michigan State baseball history on July 1, 2008, and has quickly become one of the most successful coaches in the program's 130-year history.He has guided the Spartans to 30-win seasons in seven of the last 12 seasons, as well as the Big Ten regular-season championship in 2011 and the NCAA Tournament in 2012.In just one season as head coach at Eastern Michigan in 2008, Boss made an immediate impact, guiding the Eagles to their second consecutive MAC West Division crown and first NCAA Regional appearance since 2003. The Eagles swept through the MAC Tournament, winning all four games by a combined 21 runs, to notch the school's fourth tournament title.The conference title capped a remarkable turnaround, as Eastern Michigan - picked to finish fifth in the division - closed the season on a hot streak, claiming 25 of 40 games and earning a berth in the NCAA field.He was selected the 2008 MAC Coach of the Year and made history by becoming just the second coach in league history to win the MAC Tournament and advance to the NCAA Tournament in his first season. Overall, the Eagles finished the season 15-8 in conference play and 25-34 overall.Boss is was stranger to postseason play prior to coming to East Lasing, having coached in six NCAA Tournaments. Prior to being named head coach at Eastern Michigan, he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Michigan from 2004-07, as the Wolverines made NCAA Regional appearances all three seasons. Coach Boss was a member of the staff that led the Wolverines to three straight 40-win campaigns, with a 42-19 record in 2005, a 43-21 mark in 2006 and a 42-19 finish in 2007. Michigan won the 2006 and 2007 Big Ten regular-season titles, and claimed an NCAA Regional title in 2007 by upsetting top-seeded Vanderbilt to advance to the school's first-ever Super Regional.About Jason Mejeur (Coach J)Jason has 15+ years of experience coaching basketball at the college and high school level and has lived on the sidelines and in the locker rooms working to build teams and inspire athletes.His mission is to build authentic relationships with his players so that he can impact them beyond the basketball court.More recently, Jason is building the OWN IT System to help bring data-driven sleep and health coaching to student-athletes and their teams.Join the discussion with Coach Forward on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Enjoying the podcast? Please leave us a review.
This Advent, we partnered with WeWelcome, an organization that teaches Americans how to advocate on behalf of our refugee neighbors. Together, we are learning how the hospitality found in the story of Christ's birth invites us to live out welcome today. On this first Sunday of Advent, we're going to look to the story of Elizabeth and Zachariah. We'll examine what their lives can teach us about embracing the gift of hospitality, even in seasons of unmet longing and endless waiting. We pray this episode will be an encouragement to you in your own seasons of longing. Listen in. Links and Resources: Be sure to grab a free copy of our Advent Guide, “Bread is Home: A Guide for Showing Welcome”. Donate $25+ to Edible Theology and receive a copy of “A Guide to Hard Conversations at the Holidays.” Consider supporting The Edible Theology Project with a tax-free monthly or a one-time donation at www.edibletheology.com/fundraiser. Follow The Edible Theology Project on Facebook or Instagram.
In this episode, Tisha and Crytal share a conversation they had with each other when their friendship was put to the test. They both knew things were not on the same page and that they were disconnected but neither one of them really knew why. They both felt uneasiness and knew that there was an elephant in the room, that wasn't going away. They share how they approached the conversation, their feelings at the time and how they were able to get to a better place. To contact Crystal on IG: @crystals.confessions To donate to the podcast: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TishaGray To book me to speak/host: https://sites.google.com/view/work4herllc/home To join the private Facebook group EncourageHER: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1474753039313559/ To purchase my book Second Chances click here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1546216464/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_0ydzDbA1J05QV For Youtube Series click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_CtBAMnpo1wh6jRRgSUa8 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tisha-talks/message
Episode 215: At certain times in our lives we seek approval from others. It's a basic human need. But what happens when we become too reliant on the approval of others to define our self-worth? We can start to lose sight of who we are and what we want in life. Often as we begin to blossom into our true selves, we encounter push back and conflict from other people from whom we are seeking approval. Advocating for ourselves and staying in connection with others are an important part of the journey of self-discovery. Are you willing to push through the discomfort of confrontation to have the life you choose? In my conversation with conflict resolution coach Jerry Fu, we discuss how people pleasing can lead us FURTHER FROM the path we truly desire. We also talk about meeting expectations set by other people at the cost of our own integrity. This episode explores the willingness to simply “go for it” even though you may not have perfected all the skills; being a work in progress doesn't mean that your goals are invalid. Jerry's expertise lies in his conflict resolution skills, and in this great conversation he expresses how having those skills gave him the courage to explore a life outside of people pleasing and expectations. Grab a free guide, A Simple Framework for Hard Conversations, to help you successfully navigate your professional and personal relationships to experience clarity, confidence and closure.
In this episode you can pick up lots of nuggests of wisdom from Coaches Stevie and Rachel as they asnwer some of our listener questions. @coachsteviej @brains.and.brawn @mathesonjess @teamfitbliss
How to Have a Hard Conversations with People You Love In this week's episode, Quinn teaches listeners 8 Steps to Follow when having a hard conversation. In it, Quinn shares how a friend called her about a family conflict and said these words, “Now before I tell you my side of the story, I reserve the right to be wrong. And I could not know what I'm talking about” which led Quinn to feel like this was a powerful topic to address before the holidays.? In the episode, Quin teaches listeners: What to say when reaching out for a hard conversation 4 Family Communication Patterns 8 Steps to Follow for Hard Conversations Specifically, Quinn gives tips that will help the listener understand: Reach out to them: I want peace.? Know that you can be wrong. Define a goal. Agree on terms before you sit down Set a time limit. Acknowledge your responsibility in the situation and conflict.? Listen and validate. Share your side – “This is my experience. These are my feelings.” Restate desired outcome.? Mind Renewal Tips Always remember, “There is your side – my side – and the truth.” Scripture Renewal: Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7? Resources: https://study.com/learn/lesson/family-communication-patterns-overview-theory-styles.html#:~:text=The%20four%20family%20communication%20patterns,low%20conversation%2C%20low%20conformity).
“It's important to have the practical with the biblical.” - Chip NightingaleToday's featured bookcaster is a husband, father, pastor, leadership coach, and international conference and Bible teacher, Chip Nightingale. Chip and I have a fun chat about his book, “Ceasefire: Finding Peace When All You See Is Conflict”, leadership lessons from the pulpit, and more!!! Key Things You'll Learn:What led Chip to become a ministerThe 3 Major leadership lessons he learned from being a pastorWhat to do when you feel too comfortable in your leadershipHow to handle conflict biblicallyWhat major setback led to Chip's greatest success Chip's Site: https://www.chipnightingale.com/Chip's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Chip-Nightingale/e/B09YG4PP2C/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dskChip's Podcast, “Yes, You Can Lead”: https://chipnightingale1.podbean.com/ You May Also Like… Ep. 428 – “Hard Conversations” with Dr. Brad Johnson (@bjcommunicates): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-428-hard-conversations-with-dr-brad-johnson-bjcommunicates/ 211 – “Tough Conversations” with David Wood (@_playforreal): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/211-tough-conversations-with-david-wood-_playforreal/ Ep. 411 – “Name That Mouse” with David Wood (@_focusceo): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-411-name-that-mouse-with-david-wood-_focusceo/ 278.5 (Host 2 Host Bonus Ep.) – “Key Conversations for Leaders” with John Ryan (@keyconvo): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2785-host-2-host-bonus-ep-key-conversations-for-leaders-with-john-ryan-keyconvo/ Ep. 466 – “Sabotage” with Brandon Wilson (@WilbronInc): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-466-sabotage-with-brandon-wilson-wilbroninc/ Ep. 409 – “Kiss Your Dragons” with Shawn Nason (@manonfiresocial): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-409-kiss-your-dragons-with-shawn-nason-manonfiresocial/ 286 – “Leading Beyond A Crisis” with Ben Baker & Claire Chandler (@YourBrandMrktng): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/286-leading-beyond-a-crisis-with-ben-baker-claire-chandler-yourbrandmrktng/ Ep. 447 – “Crucible Leadership” with Warwick Fairfax (@CrucibleLeaders): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-447-crucible-leadership-with-warwick-fairfax-crucibleleaders/ 136 - "Leadership Development" with Kevin Wayne Johnson (@Writing4theLord): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/136-leadership-development-with-kevin-wayne-johnson-writing4thelord/ Ep. 518 – “Launch With God” with Zach Windahl (@zachwindahl): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-518-launch-with-god-with-zach-windahl-zachwindahl/ #LocalAuthor Bonus Ep. – “Inside Outside” with Jeff Elkins (@Jffelkins): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/localauthor-bonus-ep-inside-outside-with-jeff-elkins-jffelkins/ Ep. 490 – “The Courageous Ask” with Brian Kreeger: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-490-the-courageous-ask-with-brian-kreeger/
Elena Lister, MD, and Michael Schwartzman, PhD are co-authors of the book “Giving Hope: Conversations with Children about Illness, Death, and Loss”, a guide to help parents have tough conversations with their children regarding heavy topics. The two met when Dr. Lister was called to be a grief consultant at the school where Dr. Schwartzman was serving as a consulting psychologist. After meeting, they began to combine their years of experience to create a book together. Dr. Lister has been a child psychiatrist for over 35 years. She began advocating for families who are navigating death and loss after losing her own daughter to leukemia. Dr. Lister is also the author of the book “I Will Remember You”, which helps adolescents work through their emotions when dealing with the death of a loved one. Dr. Schwartzman helps children, adults, and couples through his private practice in New York. The two authors combine their expertise to share resources and tools for families to have real and honest conversations on loss. In today's episode of Conversations on Healing, host Shay Beider talks with Dr. Lister and Dr. Schwartzman as they share how their professional paths crossed, leading to the creation of the book “Giving Hope.” They explain the importance of telling children the truth regarding death and how this can be used as an opportunity for children to increase trust and feel safe. They explain how to begin these conversations in order to create an open and continuous dialogue. Dr. Lister explains some of our cultural influences and how they create a stigma around the natural phenomenon of death and dying. Working through this conversation with children allows them to be able to move through their grief and grow personal resilience. Additionally, the guests offer advice on how to navigate the difficult conversation of suicide with children and how to handle their tough questions. This episode offers a plethora of advice and tools for parents and families who might be experiencing some of life's most difficult moments. Transcripts for this episode are available at: https://www.integrativetouch.org/conversations-on-healing Show Notes: Read their book: “Giving Hope” here Check out the book: “Armfuls of Time: The Psychological Experience of the Child” Read Dr. Schwartzman's book: “The Anxious Parent” Find “I Will Remember You: What to do When Someone You Love Dies” by Dr. Lister This podcast was created by Integrative Touch, which is working to change the way people experience healthcare. A leader in the field of pediatric integrative medicine, the organization supports families whose children have any type of special health or medical need. This includes kids with cancers, genetic conditions, autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic stress, and other serious health issues. The founder, Shay Beider, pioneered a new therapy called Integrative Touch™Therapy that supports healing from trauma and serious illness. The organization reaches thousands of people each year in hospitals and communities and offers unique Telehealth programs to families and healthcare providers during this challenging time. Thanks to the incredible support of volunteers and contributors, individuals are able to receive wellness education and integrative medical services at little or no cost
We all know that money is one of the most common reasons for conflict in relationships, but how can we get a handle on it from the first date? Today I'm diving into the male perspective so us ladies can get some REAL clarity on the age-old question, who should pay for the date? I'm joined by my guest Nathan Lang, a fitness trainer and coach who lays it all out on the table, feelings and all. Nathan describes his dating experiences and how he manages expectations when it comes to paying for his dates. We discuss how this small question can actually have huge impacts on the future of our relationships that can either lead to a better ability to have those harder conversations and more intimacy or a build-up of resentment and conflict. WHAT ELSE WE'RE TALKING ABOUT: How men should also get to receive the gratification and enjoyment of letting the other person pay for a date How to navigate the often awkward moment of when the check hits the table! That the decisions you make in that moment of offering or not offering to pay can give you insight into how the rest of the relationship will play out and all of its dynamics How constantly fighting to hear our own perspectives can disrupt the flow of a connection Some insider knowledge on how men actually feel when women pay for the date Do the dance! Offering then accepting makes men want to do it even more and show up for you as a man The damage the “Independent Woman” stereotype can often cause early on in dating and relationships How being willing to lean into the discomfort can lead to satisfying rewards like being truly seen, attracting the right person and a much deeper relationship Connect with Nathan: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebalibootyguy/ The Wanderlust Gym: http://wanderlustfitnessvillage.com/ Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kelleymbode Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kelley.bode.90 Twitter: https://twitter.com/kelleybode
On today's episode, Haney is talking through how to navigate hard conversations with families! Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO. Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred. To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0. To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – email@example.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpod Music credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/Contact us via email at – firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpod
Today we are starting a new series of episodes called Hard Conversations With Our Kids. An ongoing series to equip all parents in their journeys to raise healthy, grounded, God-fearing kids. There is a battle raging for our children's hearts and minds like never before and our call to prepare and protect them is so real. If we choose to ignore the calling we have to build up healthy channels of communication with our children, they WILL seek out the information they desire elsewhere. We need to be the first place they come, not google or their peers. My prayer is that this ongoing series will help equip you for these conversations that might feel a little intimidating. Today, Exodus Cry founder and film producer Benji Nolot joins me to talk about his mission to see pornography distribution laws tightened dramatically to protect our children online along with his 15 year fight to end sex trafficking around the world. I know you're going to gain a lot of insight from his first hand perspective, having worked undercover, interviewing those directly involved in the porn industry. He gets right to the heart of the issues that exist in this corrupt and broken world. During our powerful conversation Benji gets an incredible update. A great move forward in the fight against online pornography! NOTE: Please be aware that this episode is for adult ears only. The content is not suitable for children so continue listening with that in mind. Follow Exodus Cry online: Website: https://exoduscry.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/exoduscry FB: https://www.facebook.com/exoduscry CONNECT WITH BENJI: IG: https://www.instagram.com/benjinolot/ CONNECT WITH LYNNELLE Contact: email@example.com IG: @lynnellepeters @knowingmotherhoodpodcast FB: @knowingmotherhood
About a year ago, I watched a documentary on Netflix called Seven Days Out, and was captivated by one of the episodes featuring a restaurateur named Will Guidara. Well, this week, Will is here, and he joins me to talk about trust, loyalty, hard conversations, and why adversity is a terrible thing to waste. Will is the former co-owner of Eleven Madison Park in New York City, which received four stars from the New York Times, earned three Michelin stars, and was named the number-one restaurant in the world. Add to that Will is married to renowned pastry chef, Christina Tosi, also seen on Netflix's Chef's Table. This conversation was one of my favorites this year, so I'm excited to share it with you in just a moment. If you enjoy this episode with Will, I'm sure you'll also enjoy the following: 310: Dharius Daniels on Emotional Intelligence, Living Outside Your Identity, and the Misguided Pursuit of “Your Best Self” 298: Jamie Winship on How Live Fearless in Your True Identity ++++++ Episode Links: Will's Instagram | Twitter | Buy "Unreasonable Hospitality," Will's new book, on Amazon! Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow. Get the brand-new "Win the Week" email newsletter here. ************************** This week's show partner: Get LMNT and a free gift here! **************************
As women, we have been socialized to prioritize what other people think and feel more than what we think and feel ourselves. So in the case of having difficult conversations, we struggle to know how to navigate them because we approach them from a place of thinking about the other person's thoughts, feelings, and actions more than our own. This week, discover why it is perfectly OK to feel your feelings, how to allow other people to feel theirs, and a more effective way to approach challenging conversations. Get full show notes and more information here: https://nataliebacon.com/214
Our first topic in our raw conversations series is friendships. Maite and I talk about what it's taken us to maintain a friendship for 19 years through all our ups and downs, and what it means to be there for each other.
As a parent, it is your resonsibility to provide your child with the skills to understand and make good decisions about their body and sex. Kids should start learning about their bodies at as young as 5 years old. These conversations may be daunting, but it is important to push through the discomfort to keep your child safe. Expert Amy Lang joins the Real World Parenting podcast this week to provide tips and scripts for parents to use in educating their kiddo about sexual health. Amy Lang, MA has been a sexual health educator for over 25 years. Surprised by her discomfort with just the idea of talking with her young son about his body, she knew she needed help. Amy did a bunch of research to learn how to talk with kids about bodies and sexuality and realized she could help other parents with this important part of parenting. In 2006 she started Birds & Bees & Kids. With her lively, engaging, and down-to-earth style she helps parents become comfortable and confident talking with their kids. Amy's books, online solutions center, and podcast called “Just Say This”,show parents they really can become their kids' go-to birds and bees source. What You Will Learn:When should you start the conversation on sexual health with your childWhat should you start with? What to say and how to say it.Push through the discomfortShowing your children what a healthy relationship looks likeAvoiding language that leads to shameResources:www.birdsandbeesandkids.com15% discount for The Birds and Bees Solutions Center for Parents Purchase Amy's new book, “Sex Talks With Tweens - What to Say & How to Say It!”
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William Toti, after naval career of distinction that included commanding an attack submarine and Commadore went on to a successful career in corporate America. We discuss having the hard conversation between yourself and your boss. William also provides insightful advice on how to reach the gain experience to reach the C suite.
When we start a new endeavor or start to take our career to the next stage, that will require some changes. These are 3 conversations that are helpful to have in the pivotal moments.
Episode 22: Did God harden Pharoah's heart? Did Pharoah harden his own heart? What are the implications? And does it impact your life? Listen and take everything you hear back to God's Word! NOTE: This is a really hard conversation about a hard heart. Please listen to it with much grace and openness to the Word of God. That's all. About: The INTO YOUR BIBLE Podcast dives into God's Word with a passion to understand the heart of God as revealed in the details of the Scriptures. Using both exegetical and topical studies, the pursuit is not primarily a greater intellectual knowledge of God but a deeper intimacy with God. Here we seek a generation who loves the Word of God and the God of the Word!
On today's special Hump Day Episode we are interviewing Blake Guicet, or That Girl Named Blake. Blake has an awesome podcast were she tackles hard topics and answers questions the church isn't always willing to talk about. We know you will be blessed by this interview, and you'll laugh a lot. Learn more about Blake here: https://thegirlnamedblake.com/ ------ For all links mentioned in the episode & more XO content, visit: https://linktr.ee/nakedmarriage Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the key lessons we teach at Smarter Parenting is Preventive Teaching. There is so much power in preparing your child, setting expectations, and practicing something before they face it in real life. In a world with so much risk how do we teach our children to be safe or to seek safety when they're not feeling it? Parenting Coach Kimber Petersen talks through how to have hard conversations with your children about disserning who is safe and who is not. These are conversations that children young and old need to hear so listen in to learn where to start.
Do you ever struggle to figure out what words to choose when having a hard conversation, like asking for something, giving negative feedback, or dealing with conflict? This easy 4-step process to speak up with confidence will increase your chances of success without creating resentmenet. It is safe, assertive, but not rude. This assertive script will help you prepare in advance for hard conversations or respond in the moment with a step-by-step framework. Especially when you are caught off guard with a challenging and emotional situation. Having this script will prevent you from speaking through anger instead of reason. In this episode, you'll discover: ✔️ An established simple 4-step framework that can help you speak up. ✔️ 3 examples on how to use this scrip in hard conversations. Other Assertiveness Episodes: Employees Desperately Want An Assertive Boss: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/employees-desperately-want-an-assertive-boss Training How To Be More Assertive (for more confidence and productivity): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/training-how-to-be-more-assertive-for-more-confidence-and-productivity 9 Questions To Decide When To Practice Speaking Up Ahead: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/9-questions-to-decide-when-to-practice-speaking-up-ahead Free Resources: Sign up for 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Assertive Communication Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter About Assertive Way: Website: https://assertiveway.com Find out about our talks and workshops: https://assertiveway.com/services/ Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915
Free training with guest speaker Spencer Hsu, who is ranked in the top 1% of real estate agents in the Bay Area. In this training, you will learn how to build a strong, trustworthy reputation and a step-by-step action plan you need to become a top real estate agent in your space. To watch the video version of this podcast, please click here.
Dr. Wiggy and Emily have a conversation about, well, hard conversations. When conflict arises, most people either shut down or become outwardly angry. There is a better way! Today we dive into the best heart posture to help facilitate difficult conversations, especially when they include old hurts and deep rooted challenges. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healthydiscourse/support
What happens when a therapist doesn't want to work with a client? What should happen? Tom shares his experience with a therapist who chose avoidance over honesty, and we discuss ten types of hard conversations that frequently give therapists anxiety. Plus, is Steve Carrell a good enough TV therapist to avoid getting murdered? Thank you for listening. To support the show and receive access to regular bonus episodes, check out the Very Bad Therapy Patreon community. Today's episode is sponsored by The Organized Therapist – Social Media for Therapists. Introduction: 0:00 – 11:00 Part One: 11:00 – 37:54 Part Two: 37:54 – 1:37:40 Very Bad Therapy: Website / Facebook / Bookshelf / Tell Us Your Story Show Notes: The Patient on Hulu Sentio Counseling Center: Affordable Online Therapy for Californians Why Therapy Is Broken Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to Clients
After last week's episode on intermittent fasting, it seems natural to now put the spotlight on food. In this week's episode, Brian and Debbie discuss the Standard American Diet (SAD), how we got here as a society, and how we are being deceived by the so-called “food” industry. They discuss the biggest challenges they face with making the switch to healthier foods and what steps we can all take now to improve our health and longevity. Please join this mom and son team as they start the hard conversations. As always, we are grateful for your support and encouragement. We would love your feedback, answer your questions, or direct you to reliable resources. Please Like, Follow, and Share this episode with your loved ones, or anyone you think would benefit from this information. Thank you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Have the hard conversations. Embrace honesty and watch your transform.. Let's dive in... Ignite your purpose today and embrace a more fullfiling state of being: Ignite your life purpose course Support Melisa's efforts in providing free, accessable, educational content to the world by donating here. Join the waitlist to be notified when Melisa's new video course is available: Awakening the leader within Conscious living & wellbeing course: Conscious living starter skillkit course Continue learning with Melisa at www.livintrainingeurope.com Remember to live from within
How do you go from "I will not do this" to "I will work here"? Zach was at an event for Elevation in one moment and in the next, he ended up working there and attending. He is now serving the church with Skylark Integration. In this episode you'll hear: 3:35: Toby's trip to Elevation church 6:00 Zach Kimrey joins us16:30 Working at Elevation Church 21:30 Hard conversations and saying “No” 32:30 Producing Elevation Sunday Services 35:30 Audio Competition: Zach vs. Blake43:30 Tech Takeaway on self induced burnoutPlugs: Hangout with him on Instagram! Resources for your Church Tech MinistryDoes your church have used gear that you need to convert into new ministry dollars? We can make you an offer here. Do you need some production gear but lack the budget to buy new gear? You can get Certified Church Owned gear here.Connect with us: Follow us on FacebookHang out with us on InstagramSee all the ways we can serve your church on our WebsiteGet our best gear sent to your inbox each Monday before it goes public via the Early Service
As friends I mean! (get your mind out of the gutter!!!!) When you look at who you're spending time with, it's important to make sure they aren't acting like a bunch of crabs… You see, if you put one crab in a bucket, you have to put a lid on the bucket or else it will climb out. If you put multiple crabs in a bucket, you don't need to put a lid on the bucket because if one crab tries to climb out the others will pull it back down. Unfortunately, a lot of women are like this. If one girl in the friends group tries to better herself... level up her life…. make changes for the better...… Her “friends” pull her back down. “Aren't you on a diet?” “Are you allowed to eat that?” “Do you really have to workout? “Come on, skip the gym and drink with me!” Any of that sound familiar? Then hate to break it to you, But this is a confirmed case of crabs. We want to share with you how to have these tough conversations and why surrounding yourself with more supportive women and people will change your life. Time Stamps: (1:36) Excited to Talk about This Topic (1:52) Support System (2:35) Crabs in a Bucket (4:02) Vanessa's Previous Job Example (11:02) Boundaries and Hard Conversations (18:32) Our Free Facebook Group---------------------Download Our FREE Workout Program---------------------Home Gym Equipment We Recommended:Resistance Bands SetFlybird BenchFlybird DumbbellsBowflex Adjustable Kettlebell---------------------Join the Food and Fitness for Busy Ladies with Social Lives Facebook Community for 25+ videos teaching you how to start losing weight without hating your life!---------------------Check out our Youtube Channel!---------------------Follow @vanessagfitness on Instagram for daily fitness tips & motivation. --------------------Enjoyed the podcast? Let us know what you think and leave a 5⭐️ rating and review on iTunes!
Jerry Fu is a Pharmacist and Conflict Resolution Coach for Asian-American leaders. He is a talented salsa dancer, musician, traveler, and lover of food and books. He stopped by to share with us how, as a pharmacist he took up salsa dancing, and the parallels between the fear of not being good enough in salsa dancing and starting up a coaching business. We chatted about the importance of enjoying what it is you do in life whether it is your career or your hobbies. Learn more about Jerry on his website: www.adaptingleaders.com Grab his complimentary download - A Simple Guide to Hard Conversations: https://www.adaptingleaders.com/guide Guest Bio: Jerry is a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Having taken on several pharmacy leadership roles, Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves. Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012. Today, Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. He has appeared on over a hundred podcasts and plans to appear in plenty more. To learn more, you can visit https://www.adaptingleaders.com. ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: AppleSpotify RSS Feed ___________________ ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?
Wow! This one is critically important! As soon as I got wind of Monica Guzman and her efforts to depolarize America, I knew I had to speak to her. Monica is Director of Storytelling at Braver Angels - the largest cross-partisan organization seeking to build bridges across the political aisles. She is also the author of I Never Thought of It That Way: How To Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations In Dangerously Divided Times. Some of the topics covered include: How is curiosity the answer to our divides, political or otherwise? Why are our current political divides “dangerous?” What would you say to people who have tried to find common ground with people they disagree with, and no matter what they do or say, it just doesn't work. so they give up on even trying? What would you say to someone who is so mistrustful of the media that they no longer take in new information at all?You suggest that no politician, group, or institution can bridge us the way that 1-on-1 conversations will. What makes conversation so powerful? How does human nature stand in the way of curiosity? In your book, you talk about a powerful trip you took to Sherman County in March of 2017. Tell us more about that experience. What practical tips do you have for approaching family gatherings when you don't agree with your loved ones? What tips do you have when engaging online with anyone who doesn't agree with you? If you're trying to have a curious conversation and are hitting a roadblock, how can you change your approach to get more out of the interaction? Curiosity across divides takes courage, and a willingness to be open and honest. How can people take the first step and practice exercising their curiosity muscle in a safe way before diving into a difficult conversation?About Our Guest:Mónica Guzman is a bridge builder, journalist, and entrepreneur who lives for great conversations sparked by curious questions. She's director of digital and storytelling at Braver Angels, the nation's largest cross-partisan grassroots organization working to depolarize America; host of live interview series at Crosscut; and cofounder of the award-winning Seattle newsletter The Evergrey. She recently wrote the book, I NEVER THOUGHT OF IT THAT WAY: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times. She was named one of the 50 most influential women in Seattle, served twice as a juror for the Pulitzer Prizes, and plays a barbarian named Shadrack in her besties' Dungeons & Dragons campaign. A Mexican immigrant, Latina, and dual US/Mexico citizen, she lives in Seattle with her husband and two kids and is the proud liberal daughter of conservative parents. I was introduced to her via an article she wrote for the Greater Good Science Center at Cal, entitled How to Stay Open and Curious in Hard Conversations, which I loved.Find out more at:https://braverangels.org To order her book, visit,I Never Thought Of It That Way at Amazon.To read her outstanding article, visit the Greater Good Science Center,How to Stay Open and Curious in Hard ConversationsPlease remember to like, share and review. Many, many thanks for listening!If you like what you've heard at The Evolved Caveman podcast, support us by subscribing, leaving reviews on Apple podcasts. Every review helps to get the message out! Please share the podcast with friends and colleagues.Follow Dr. John Schinnerer on| Instagram | Instagram.com/@TheEvolvedCaveman| Facebook | Facebook.com/Anger.Management.Expert| Twitter | Twitter.com/@JohnSchin| LinkedIn | Linkedin.com/in/DrJohnSchinnererOr join the email list by visiting: GuideToSelf.comPlease visit our YouTube channel and remember to Like & Subscribe!https://www.youtube.com/user/jschinnererEditing/Mixing/Mastering by: Brian Donat of B/Line Studios www.BLineStudios.com
If you've been in a relationship for more than... say... an hour... you know that sometimes you have to have hard conversations. They're tough. However, you also have to have REALLY hard conversations. What's the difference? Tune in today as Kellie and Brett Hurst parse out the difference. Maybe you can gain a tool or two for your next REALLY hard conversation!
LifeBlood: We talked about how to have hard conversations, a framework for thinking through how to bring up problems with other people, and how to let things come to you, with David Wood, high-performance coach, and author of Mouse in the Room. Listen to learn how to have the courage to go first and what that means! You can learn more about David at MouseInTheRoom.com, Focus.CEO, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
This episode has themes of: Rock bottom, anxiety, self-worth, Health, business, community, personal growth, bio hacking, cold therapy, Connection to Nature, mental freedom Today's conversation is with two time guest Julian DeShutter. We deep dive into our own personal worlds and Julian drops insight from his struggles, pains, realizations and how he was able to silence the noise to connect back to himself and come back to health. Julian has a natural curiosity in life, he likes to push his own boundaries, and his passions intersect with building things people care about and telling awesome stories about them. Your natural gravitation towards him is normal. His ability to motivate and inspire is a dime a dozen. This has lead him to building companies, charities, projects, cultures and communities. He loves the blank canvas and adventures that starting something new brings. Press play on this episode to join in an adventure of your own. If you are looking for more from Julian, check out these links. Website: https://deshoots.co/ (https://deshoots.co/) Instagram: www.instagram.com/deshoots
If we're going to surround ourselves by people, they have to be great people. You want people in your life to point out your blindspots. You want people who can point out your shortcomings. Be honest with you. Hold you accountable. When you have to have conversations with people close to you, there's sometimes going to be conflict if they're not constantly improving their lives like you are. If you're not handling your business as a husband, wife, father, employer, you're going to have hard conversations. When you have those hard conversations, you have to come from a place of love. Not anger. No rage. No disappointment. If you can't have the conversation from a place of love, don't have it. #RiseAbove HOW TO GET INVOLVED: This planet is based on an algorithm and with every positive action, there is an adverse reaction. Ryan Stewman rose and overcame a life of addiction, imprisonment, divorce, and circumstances that would break the spirit of the average human being. He went on to create a powerful network of winners and champions in life and business creating a movement quickly changing lives one day at a time. Learn more at: www.JoinTheApex.com Check out this show and previous killer episodes of the ReWire Podcast in Apple Podcasts.
Sheila Heen is the Deputy Director of the Harvard Negotiation Project and the bestselling author of Difficult Conversations. She's an internationally recognized negotiation coach and trainer. Sheila and Auren discuss how to approach your toughest conversations, including best practices for opening a negotiation, defusing conversations that feel adversarial and giving and receiving better feedback. They also talk about the surprising similarities in tough conversations at work and at home, and how you can use negotiation strategies to throw a better dinner party. World of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts.You can find Auren Hoffman on Twitter at @auren.
Today's guest is Glo Atanmo! Glo aims to inspire others through her journey of being a solo female traveler, pushing the envelope of what's possible, and creating the life of her dreams through a relentless pursuit and downright hustle. Check out Glo on Instagram or visit her website to learn more about her journey! -------- Imma keep some healthy space from social for a bit and am bringing it on email. Feels right, and actually a little more personal, tbh. We're basically one-way pen pals when you follow this link and drop your email here. —> mrdavehollis.com Dave's book Built Through Courage is available now! Dave was recently confronted with the fact that he was living the life someone else wanted for him. After weathering a highly publicized personal crisis amid the backdrop of an international pandemic and navigating the enjoyable but unpredictable waters of being a single father to four kids, he has been forced to become the captain of his own life and is ready to teach others how to do the same. I want to be your coach. Yes, YOU! Join me at Growth Day, not for pre-taped lessons, but for weekly LIVE coaching. Click the link and gain access to my coaching + some of the world leaders in personal growth like Brendon Burchard, Jenna Kutcher, Jamie Kern Lima, and more! -> http://bit.ly/daveatgrowth To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices