Impostor syndrome can affect anyone, but it doesn't have to define you. By acknowledging its existence and addressing its root causes, you take away much of its power. In this episode of the Get Loved Up podcast, Koya Webb talks to Dr. Lisa Orbe-Austin, one of the foremost experts on Imposter Syndrome, to help us detect its early signs, what causes it, and how we can avoid being stifled by it. GUEST BIODr. Lisa Orbe-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach, with a focus on career advancement, leadership development and job transitions. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy, where she works mostly with high potential managers and executives.Connect with Dr. Lisa and follow her work through the links below: Website: https://linktr.ee/drorbeaustinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaorbeaustin/Book: https://www.amazon.com/Own-Your-Greatness-Overcome-Self-Doubt/dp/164604024HIGHLIGHTS02:00 Why Dr. Lisa focuses on Imposter Syndrome specifically06:59 Signs you may be suffering from Imposter Syndrome10:27 Why you need a community around you13:13 You are not your thoughts 17:27 Stand in your power while sharing your vulnerability27:18 Always consciously take care of yourself33:48 Keep trying to find the therapy that fits youQUOTES05:25 Dr. Lisa: "When families focus on achievement as the only method of validation, you have to do something, achieve something, be something that's impressive in order to be recognized, and when you fail at that, the love is pulled away as like a punishment, you're not necessarily valuable unless you keep achieving. Those kinds of dynamics really do exacerbate the achievement component of Imposter Syndrome where we constantly feel we're in this rat race of achievement 'cause we're trying to prove we're worthy."07:01 Dr. Lisa: "Imposter Syndrome is the experience when you're skilled, credentialed, competent, have experience, yet you haven't internalized that. As a result of not internalizing that, you then feel like you might be exposed as a fraud if you make a mistake or stumble in any way." 15:14 Dr. Lisa: "Perfectionism is death. Perfectionism is the death of opportunity of progress, of risk taking. It's a death of a lot of different things and if you're aiming toward perfection, you are losing so much in the process."34:10 Dr. Lisa: "As a therapist I want to be present for you in whatever form, and some therapists are not like that. Some therapists are what we call tabula rasa, which is a blank late and you can't see what they feel like." Please leave a five-star review for the Get Loved Up Podcast. When you leave that review, please take a screenshot and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I've got a little gift for you.Your thoughts light up Koya's soul, and it helps continue to bring on great guests.To hear more about Koya Webb and Get Loved Up episodes, please visit her website at https://koyawebb.com/.
Key Points, Top Takeaways, and Memorable Quotes“I'm just so thankful for my time there to build those relationships that they'll be my friends for the rest of my life, and that's something that's way more important than any National Championship, any wins, any losses, it's about who you impact, who you relationally connect with, and just how you can grow together.” 1:56“Practice is how you're going to compete and if you don't love practice, you're not going to master or excel at your craft and find mastery.” 5:50“Now I realize that you have to either be all in or not in at all. You can't have one foot in faith and then one foot in the world.” 23:44“At first it felt like a chore, but then I felt God starting to change my heart and it became joy, it became a desire.” 33:46“He's given us the ability to make decisions and use our discernment and our wisdom and doing that, but sometimes God is obvious in where he wants us to go or showing us signs to confirm that where we're at and where our decisions are where he wants us.” 40:30“In high school, I always dreamed of winning a National Championship and that was kind of the moment I envisioned bringing me so much fulfillment and happiness. And now I realized that life is so much bigger than any milestone you could achieve.” 53:27 Show Notes0:00 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Intro0:18 - Introducing Julia Scoles0:43 - Thanks for Being Here, Julia 1:30 - Experience at USC2:20 - Relationship with Mom and Coming from Hawaii3:07 - Not Just A Volleyball Player4:16 - How Did You Arrive at Indoor Volleyball Over Other Sports?7:37 - What's the Role of Private Lessons in Your Opinion?8:54 - Indoor Volleyball at UNC and First Concussion13:58 - How Do You Know if You Are Impacted Following a Concussion?15:00 - Second Concussion21:06 - That Thursday Night Was One of the Scariest Nights of My Life22:59 - Quest for Faith and Roots in the Bible Belt24:02 - If Everything Was Stripped Away, What Is There?26:22 - Building Myself to Today28:13 - Switching to Beach30:28 - Moving to Hawaii 33:11 - BB Commercial33:20 - Putting God First and Reading the Bible Every Single Day35:52 - 25 Years Old and Experience36:58 - Sense of Shame37:59 - We Are Called to Choose Christ39:55 - After Hawaii, I Want to Go Wherever God Was Calling Me43:03 - Please God, Make it Apparent44:56 - Choosing USC Southern California and Finding a Church45:50 - Two National Championships at USC and Education46:25 - Storytelling Takes Communication48:13 - High School Highlight Reel50:26 - Playing with Urango This Season51:51 - First Time Playing Together in Michigan52:29 - We Met Last Year in New Orleans53:02 - Thank You for Being Here Today53:14 - One Piece of Advice54:56 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Julia IG - @juliascoles
Welcome to The Health and Wellness Talk Show. In this episode, Dr. Daniela Steyn speaks with Jessica Pozo about Burnout. Jessica is a certified functional medicine health coach with a nursing background. She is a highly motivated individual, passionate about helping people live their best life. Jessica mostly works with nurses and other front-line workers to prioritize their health so that they can continue to provide high quality care to their patients. In this episode, several key topics are covered, including:1. Fatigue and Iron deficiency (around the 5-minute mark) 2. What is sleep apnea? (around 8:30 minute mark)3. Gut health and IV nutrients (around the 12-minute mark)4. Adrenal fatigue, stress, and burnout (around the 15:20 minute mark)5. What is a health coach and where can I find one? (around the 20 minute mark)6. What is burnout? (around the 27-minute mark)7. The impact of burnout on health care professionals (around the 29-minute mark)8. How to recover from burnout (around the 32-minute mark) And lots more! If you are feeling overwhelmed and burnt out, like Jessica, you can recover and be happy again! Start your recovery journey today to live a life of optimal health! Sign up to our Recover from Burnout online course here for a limited time offer of 15% off:https://wellnessmd.podia.com/recover-from-burnout?coupon=BURNOUT15 Subscribe to Dr. Steyn's YouTube Channel for advice on all health matters or follow Wellness MD on:TwitterInstagramFacebookPinterestLinkedInIf you want weekly health tips and guidance, sign up to our newsletter.
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.For today's episode, Dr. Lisa Oldson, founder of Oldson Medical and Smart Weight Loss Coaching, joins us to discuss binge eating. Binge Eating Disorder is the most common eating disorder, but it is often undiagnosed because it's easy to hide. Tune in to learn how self compassion, medication and knowledge could support someone with a binge eating disorder and binge eating behavior.IN THIS EPISODE:● [06:45] Lisa Oldson's journey.● [11:00] The way we speak to ourselves is so important.● [14:15] Understanding that nobody chooses to have binge eating disorder or chooses to carry excess weight.● [18:00] How we define a binge eating disorder.● [22:00] Binge eating disorder is the most common of the eating disorders.● [25:00] Binge eating can feel like a personality flaw, but it is a medical condition.● [32:00] Someone can have binge eating disorder, but their significant other, spouse, or roommate could have no idea, because they hide it.● [36:00] Self-compassion and self-coaching might assist with some skills and strategies to address binge eating disorder.● [41:00] By using the word “practice” you create a little softness and space for yourself not to get it right from the beginning.KEY TAKEAWAYS:● Binge eating disorder is a medical condition and is the most common eating disorder in the United States.● Binge eating is difficult to diagnose as it's often hidden from those closest to us.● There are ways to support people struggling with binge eating like medication, self compassion and shifting perspectives.QUOTES:“The one thing I would ask people to walk away with some compassion and understanding for the fact that nobody chooses to have binge eating disorder, nobody chooses to carry excess weight.” Dr. Lisa Oldson“Binge eating disorder is definitely the most common of the eating disorders and my opinion about why it is so underrecognized and underdiagnosed is because of the shame and the blame that people have.” Dr. Lisa OldsonRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES:Lisa Oldson InstagramLisa Oldson FacebookLisa Oldson TwitterLisa Oldson LinkedInGUEST BIO:As an Obesity Medicine physician coming from a Primary Care background, she understands the impact of excess weight on health as well as on self-esteem, employment, relationships, mood and productivity. Every day we make a myriad of decisions about food, movement and lifestyle that impact our weight. She acts both as a docent and a coach, educating and guiding individuals as they navigate these decisions, for themselves and for those in their community.She's board certified in Internal Medicine since 1997 and Obesity Medicine since 2013. As the founder of Oldson Medical and Smart Weight Loss Coaching she has an opportunity to impact people's weight and health every day. As she says, with this role comes a responsibility to refute the shame and stigma so often attached to excess weight. An elevated BMI is not a moral failing, it's a medical condition. Nobody chooses to struggle with their weight. Her work is all about helping people off that struggle bus!
“The people that challenge you the most are, in fact, your greatest teachers.” Episode Summary: On today's episode of SoulTalk, I share with you practical insights on how to deal with challenging people. Oftentimes we tend to feel that challenging people you meet are the source of our suffering, when, in fact, they mirror parts of yourself. They give you the opportunity to learn, to grow, and to heal. Listen to this episode and learn the practical keys to being in a state of freedom no matter who you are dealing with. In This Episode You Will Learn: The hidden truth about people that challenge you the most. How challenging people can help you embrace your deeper inner most self. 2 Keys to help you take responsibility of your healing. How to understand the lessons presented by the challenging person. How to deal with insecurities. How to navigate your own anger. Some Questions I Ask: What does this person mirror to me about myself? How is this feeling that is being triggered ? How is this feeling familiar? How do I have the capacity to be like them? Who am I truly? “Nobody is the source of your suffering.” Show Links: www.kuteblackson.com Join Kute on a life-changing journey in Bali - the next journey is coming up on July 25th-August 5th, 2022: www.boundlessblissbali.com Surrender to your dreams! Learn how for free on July 12-16, 2022, sign up here: www.thesurrendersummit.com
Dr. Jack Stockwell (ForbiddenDoctor.com) discusses top stories in health and wellness news, and fills us in on the benefits of sunlight and what it does to the fat cells in our body. Hear Dr. Jack, a NUCCA Chiropractor and GAPS Practitioner, share his tips and advice on the world of health and wellness every Tuesday morning at 7:53 AM on the Good Day radio show, and don't miss the Good Day Health Show when Dr. Jack goes into more detail and covers more topics (GoodDayHealthShow.com).
Sex Squad, settle in for one of the most riveting episodes of “Sex Tales” yet! Listen in as hosts Melody Kush and Lana del Bae welcome Lily LaBeau to the podcast, where she talks about how she got started in the industry, how she landed the role in “Cam_Girlfriend” and the type of porn she watches; the answer may shock you! To watch the full episode, check out the Camming Life YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/camminglife. Her origin story for porn, starting in 2009How she was originally a storyboard consultant for “Cam_Girlfriend,” but not originally cast in the seriesLoving filming “Cam_Girlfriend” in TorontoHow she developed her character in “Cam_Girlfriend,” pulling from her early experiences in adultHow she believes the comedy series is working to humanize and destigmatize sex work in a very palatable wayWhether there will be a second season of “Cam_Girlfriend”What her favorite part of being in adult itWhat she sees as the biggest differences between a porn set and mainstream film setWhat it was like filming adult content in JapanWhat acts she's performed on camera, but not in real lifeWhat it was like filming for Public DisgraceWhat she must have on set to feel comfortableWhat type of porn she watches in her personal life,Why it's not easy to masturbate to people she knowsThe book the is currently readingWhat she learned while becoming a certified doulaWhere her ideas and inspiration come fromHer requirements for dating someoneWhy she moved to Switzerland and whether she will return to North AmericaWhether or not size mattersThe body part she finds the sexiestHer deal breakers in relationshipsHer relationship statusHer advice to new cam performersWhere she sees herself in five yearsThe advice she would give her younger selfWhether she prefers dildos or vibrators
H. pylori infection can be dangerous. In this interview, research microbiologist Kiran Krishnan provides details about how H. pylori can harm health, how conventional treatment addresses this issue, and how integrative practitioners can take a more natural, safer approach. Krishnan, who specializes in the microbiome and probiotics, will also discuss strategies to prevent H. pylori from colonizing.Natural Medicine Journal Podcast is brought to you by Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com).
What does the future have in store for those with implants such as breast implants (and other plastic surgery devices), pace makers, insulin pumps and potentially hardware to enhance performance? What are some cautions and concepts to be aware of during this upcoming human bifurcation point called transhumanism? In today's episode I share a few tips to help improve your ability to tolerate implants and some serious warnings with certain plastic surgery and "convenience" devices.Check out a few of my favourite supplements that I reference in today's show: https://store.rachelvarga.ca/collections/products-for-peak-performanceAnnouncements!20% OFF SKIN SUPPLEMENTS SALE on some of my top internal skin and support supplements ends THIS WEEK! Email me with your skin supplement requests for sleep, immune, adrenal, collagen/skin, hormone and detox/cleanse support to me directly at email@example.com now for exclusive access
If you're sick of hopping on and off the bandwagon in your health and wellness journey, this episode is for you.In part 1 of the starting over series, we talked about a reframe for starting over -- and how to stop feeling guilty when we need to restart in any area of our lives. In this episode (part 2), we're chatting all about:The reason you need to keep starting over in the first placeWhy YOU are not the problem at all -- spoiler: there's nothing wrong with you!How to shift your energy from guilt and shame, to intention and actionExactly where to start TODAY if you are starting over in your wellness journey My five pillars of wellness and how to set tangible goals in each category (with specific examples)How to build confidence if you've felt like a failure for needing to start over again (even after multiple failed dieting attempts) I even give you my 3 staple GPF breakfasts that I rotate between on a daily basis! If you're ready to create your healthiest, happiest life -- this episode is definitely one you'll want to listen to.>> juliebooher.com
Andrew Rosenstock is a Certified Rolfer®, Board Certified Structural Integrator, Certified 1000 Hour Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT 1000), iRest Yoga Nidra Level II Trained Teacher, holds multiple certifications in massage and is a Reconnection-Certified Practitioner. He is very well versed in how we live in our bodies and how our bodies live and support us. In this episode, he talks about body, movement, and the impact that stories have on our lives. He explores the human condition, what it means to be living in a body with a mind going through the world, and how the openness that we have to reconsider our views of health and wellness impacts our total human experience. A note from Dr. Carly: “This week's podcast will be the last episode from the Healing Ground Movement. I have been recording weekly, and sometimes biweekly episodes, for the last 3 years. This started as a passion project to allow me to educate more people about health and wellness and how we should invest in our bodies. "I do not exaggerate when I say that this has been a life-changing experience for me. I have been able to meet an amazing array of health care providers, healers, authors, and expansive thinkers; many of whom I can now call my friends. We have had in-depth conversations about a diverse and extensive understanding of health and our personal responsibilities to finding it for ourselves. "At this time, with my life with my family, my chiropractic practice, and other projects that I have in the works, it's time for me to take a step back from the podcast. It was a very hard decision that I mulled back and forth for months. And I am still not ready to say it's over forever, just to say I am taking a break right now!” Today's episode is sponsored by: RAD Roller: http://radroller.refr.cc/healinggroundmovemen Join the Movement! Healinggroundmovement.com Healing Ground Movement on Instagram Healing Ground Movement on Facebook Healing Ground Movement on Pinterest Healing Ground Movement on LinkedIn Healing Ground Movement on YouTube Like what you learned? Donate to show your appreciation! Mentioned in This Episode: Andrew Rosenstock
For the week of June 27th, the new moon is in cancer! We ask, what is the care I want to amplify in my journey and have more of? This week we talk about the significance of snakes in dreams.
"Construction workers are statistically at higher risk for mental health issues than virtually any other profession." This is according to the Center for Disease Control. This statistic was true prior to COVID and even more so now. Growing mental health concerns exist in the construction industry because it ranks second highest in suicide rates among major industries.This topic ranks high in importance on the Building PA podcast. We are dedicated to addressing and continuing the conversation about mental health and wellness by bringing experts on the podcast to talk about this topic who can share helpful information and resources for those in need or for those who just want to learn more. Today's guest, CEO, Matthew Stefanko is with Manual, a digital health company focused on men's health. Steffanko is the former vice president of, the National Stigma Initiative for Shatterproof. Steffanako's focus on men's health is based on a need to help men in the construction industry. This is a national crisis and the time has come to make the resources available and accessible for construction workers and to continue the dialogue to raise awareness about mental health not only for men but for construction industry professionals working in all facets of construction.If you or someone you know is struggling with depression and you would like to help them take the next step in their mental health call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255. This is the first step in helping yourself, a coworker, or someone you know is hurting.
In todays show I share a few common trends that I see my most radiant clients have in their lives. How can we be a radiant human and perform as our best selves in our personal and professional lives? What are a few easy things we can start to do to look and feel our best that my most radiant clients are doing?Check out a few of my favourite supplements that I reference in today's show: https://store.rachelvarga.ca/collections/products-for-peak-performanceAnnouncements!20% OFF SKIN SUPPLEMENTS SALE on some of my top internal skin and support supplements ends THIS WEEK! Email me with your skin supplement requests for sleep, immune, adrenal, collagen/skin, hormone and detox/cleanse support to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org now for exclusive access
Episode 87: Dr. Vicky Borgia of Radiance Medical Group - Philadelphia, PA***NOTE: Today's episode contains some content that may not be suitable for all audience members. Please note this if there are certain listeners around.***Dr. Vicky Borgia shares her story as to how she is able to be an advocate for equal access to healthcare for all in today's episode. She shares how she opened up Radiance Medical Group with her ideal patient being those who are in marginalized populations including and especially the LGBTQIA+ community. She explains how her clinic has been able to grow despite opening up in 2019 and so much more! ---------------------THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR HINTHint Connect brings together innovative plan sponsors & provider-led networks with DPC Providers from across the country, helping make primary care more affordable and accessible to all. Learn MORE about HINT CONNECT today!Support the show
Sami Udell is nothing short of amazing, talented, and wildly entertaining. Her and her team cook for some of the world's biggest entrepreneurs, athletes, musicians…oh my. Let's just say her and Luda = besties. In this ep we cover how healthy and hearty meals align with her belief that we should quite simply eat good food. Sami's love for organic and local hits home for us! Links:WholeSam Instagram
Today my husband, Gabriel Varga, fought in a kickboxing event and had a victory against someone 11 years younger! In today's episode I share a few things I recommended my hubby do in his recent competition in order to achieve peak performance that you can benefit from too!Check out a few of my favourite supplements that I reference in today's show: https://store.rachelvarga.ca/collections/products-for-peak-performanceAnnouncements!20% OFF SKIN SUPPLEMENTS SALE on some of my top internal skin and support supplements ends soon! Email me with your skin supplement requests for sleep, immune, adrenal, collagen/skin, hormone and detox/cleanse support to me directly at email@example.com now for exclusive access
Competition during the Huntsman World Senior Games can take up a bunch of your time while in town. But, there is so much to do in the Greater Zion area that we want to let you know about. And while Kyle and Lil only scratched the surface, this episode should give you a base idea of things top plan for. In fact, you might consider staying an extra day or two. Check this one out. It's a fun one.
In this episode, Majeed is joined by Brandy Kinnear, Digital Marketing Strategist and Practice Growth Consultant. Brandy Kinnear is the proud and passionate founder of Your Ideal Patients, a marketing and consulting agency serving practitioners in the natural health industry for over 15 years. With a focus on the latest tech and trends that work in marketing, Brandy helps practitioners grow their brand and their practice so they can make a bigger impact in the world and make more profit! In this episode: The problem with constantly looking for new clients Selling products in-clinic and online ROI for high and low volume practitioners Increasing client compliance On-going communication strategy
Did you know that it's possible to rewire the neuro pathways of your brain? Do you know about neuroplasticity? Do you know about how the amygdala and the hippocampus work? Do you know how to access your prefrontal cortex? I'm very excited about today's episode with my guest, clinical psychologist Jonathan Le, who is an absolute, incredible human being who has helped thousands of people be able to step into their healing journey. I invited Jonathan onto the show, so he could talk about many different things, including his H.E.N model, which he'll get into, as well as what I think is a really important and fascinating aspect of mental health that's not talked about a lot nor enough it is the bio psychological models including how to create a healthy and holistic healing approach. I really appreciated being able to have this conversation with Jonathan because even as someone who is deep into this mental health recovery, healing trauma overcoming game, this thing that we do here at Think Unbroken, I'm always want to learn, I'm always trying to develop new tools, I'm trying to have better understandings about the world, I'm always trying to get to what is next in life, and this conversation was absolutely phenomenal. So, I'm inviting you to come and check it out. Sit with us, listen, and take this in. And you may want to listen to this episode more than once because Jonathan will lay out some incredibly practical tools and understandings that I believe will benefit you on your journey. Learn More About Jonathan Le at: https://www.anchorpointpc.com/ Learn more about Think Unbroken and Pre-Order my new book: Unbroken Man. Plus, learn more about the free coaching and other mental health programs. Click here: https://linktr.ee/michaelunbroken
Tune in as Dr. Jacqueline Hoying and Dr. Inga Zadvinskis, two leaders from The Ohio State University College of Nursing's Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare, speak to how they and their colleagues assist the public in how to identify legitimate and credible information and evidence for health and wellness decisions. As leaders of the institute's Community Core, they share more about what the core does, why it is important and how it connects with the greater community. Listeners will also hear about how easily myths and misinformation are spread, what health website or websites are recommend for consumers, and learn about ways to identify a trustworthy website for health information.
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Episode 179 - On this week's episode Ric Davis and guest co-host Tatiana Hall sit down for a conversation with the Owner and Founder of All-In Therapy & Wellness, Mr. Michael Dangerfield. During his interview Michael shares with the audience how his passion for serving the community and giving back inspired him to become a licensed Wellness Counselor.Check out @PrimeRealEstateNetwork Store on @springforcreatorshttps://prime-real-estate-network.creator-spring.com/listing/the-rich-series
Lisa is a One on One client of mine and reached out asking about interpreting her Viome results. She was not-so-pleased to learn that her biological age was 59 when her chronological age is 55. What can she do? How can she slow her biological aging and get better skin in the process? In today's episode I share a few tips and tricks for slowing your biological age, navigating biohacking diets and other things that may not actually be right for you!Announcements!20% OFF SKIN SUPPLEMENTS SALE on some of my top internal skin and support supplements ends soon! Email me with your skin supplement requests for sleep, immune, adrenal, collagen/skin, hormone and detox/cleanse support to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org now for exclusive access
In this episode of the Get Loved Up podcast, Koya talks to Dr. Thema Bryant, President-Elect of the American Psychologist Association. Dr. Thema shares some ways to deal with distress and trauma effectively, particularly with the importance of being connected to your emotions. Dr. Thema believes that mental health awareness should go beyond the confines of psychologist's clinics and so has spent considerable time and effort building a community through social media.As a survivor herself, Dr. Thema talks about dealing with sexual assault, and how men and society in general can do better with regards to sexual relations.GUEST BIODr. Thema Bryant is the president-elect of the American Psychological Association, the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology with more than 120,000 members (apa.org). She is host of the Homecoming podcast and author of the new book Homecoming: Overcome fear and trauma to reclaim your whole authentic self. Connect with Dr. Thema and follow her work through the links below:Website: https://drthema.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/drthemaTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drthemaPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-homecoming-podcast-with-dr-thema/id1471604689Book: https://www.amazon.com/Homecoming-Overcome-Trauma-Reclaim-Authentic/dp/059341831XHIGHLIGHTS07:09 Tools to help people 'come home' to themselves15:18 Love isn't usually enough in the day-to-day20:05 The importance of spirituality to our wellness27:37 Building a community and life as an entrepreneur33:29 Sincere curiosity vs being argumentative 35:42 Taking breaks is crucial for everyone41:39 'Coming home' from sexual assault46:37 Men need to unlearn a lot of things50:03 Sex always needs to be consensual, no gray areasQUOTES07:16 Dr. Thema: "To come home to myself is to tell myself the truth and then live based on that truth, and that requires me being able to know how I feel. Many of us are disconnected from our own emotions." 15:16 Dr. Thema: "People assume that if you love each other that's gonna be enough. I love you and you love me, that's love conquers all. But when we talk about the day-to-day, along with that love, you're dealing with a personality."35:55 Dr. Thema: "It's a marathon, not a sprint. We have to pace ourselves for the change we want to see in the world or in your personal life. For it to be sustainable, I cannot empty myself out. I cannot operate on fumes." 40:22 Dr. Thema: "Therapy is not for us to tell people what to do. Therapy is for you to come home to yourself so that you can then operate in clarity." 49:55 Koya: "The best sex happens when both people are like yes absolutely let's go. Everything else is a gray area and can be very harmful eventually to both people."Please leave a five-star review for the Get Loved Up Podcast. When you leave that review, please take a screenshot and email me at email@example.com, and I've got a little gift for you.Your thoughts light up Koya's soul, and it helps continue to bring on great guests.To hear more about Koya Webb and Get Loved Up episodes, please visit her website at https://koyawebb.com/.
Join us on Five to Thrive Live! with radiation oncologist, Dr. Manoj Reddy, radiation oncologist in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Reddy will talk to us about some of the exciting new advances in radiation therapy and explain how radiation therapy can make significant improvements in the lives of those with cancer. Five To Thrive Live is broadcast live Tuesdays at 7PM ET.Five To Thrive Live Radio Show is broadcast on W4CS Radio – The Cancer Support Network (www.w4cs.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com).Five To Thrive Live Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes“Whatever it is that you do helps you create that purpose and that quest to be better, that's what I'm after.” -Wendy @ 3:13“Love that! Be Better. We can be better in our physical, our mental, our spiritual, our athletics, our business, all those things if we just add little routines or little things over time makes a big difference.” 3:24“If I can be the worst in the room, whatever it is. I'm like, put me there, I'm ok with that. Starting fresh and being someone that is like, “alright I have nothing to lose, this is the worst I'm going to be, I only have an upward trajectory at this point.” 8:20“Whatever that looks like for people, if it's Buddhism, or stoicism or whatever, or god for them. Whatever that looks, I think we all need that to know there is a power greater than ourselves that is in control and can guide us or whatever that looks like.” 22:00“Now, I'm all in on my Faith, and God has helped me in so many really dark dark places that I've been and he's just my foundation and everything I do to this day is programmed from that.” 23:42“For me, my purpose and everything all really comes back to my Faith.” 24:02“I think we are imperfect, but that feeling of needing to be perfect is coming from our human weakness, not from God.” -Wendy @ 25:24“Tough love is a thing and it's not abusive.” -Wendy @ 33:24“My current favorite way to recover is probably an hour and a half, two hour float spa or self depreciation tank.” 35:41“We all have something in us that we just love and we just want to be the best at. It's the all ship's rise thing.” 45:29“I think it really comes down to focusing on what I can control because so many times I've gotten so caught up in my partner, or this, or the venue or this. I think really if a kid can grab hold of controlling what they can control and really put in some time and energy on the mental game.” 59:17“If I was a younger version of myself or encouraging any younger kids, I would just say, ‘Focus on what you can control, and start meditating, start breathing, start doing affirmations, start changing the way you see yourself, you see others, your sport, your athletic career, and dive into that subconscious mind.'” 1:00:55 Guest Bio - Christian is a professional beach volleyball player from Surprise, Arizona. He was homeschooled his whole life in a loving, faith-based home. However, being homeschooled came with its own set of benefits and setbacks. Christian found beach volleyball when he was a junior in high school, and was instantly hooked. He was obsessed with the work hard - play hard philosophy, and once his professional career began at just 18-years-old, he fell deep into the partying lifestyle. Christian was lucky to cross paths with an experienced mentor who helped guide him on the path to success, both on and off the court. Christian quit alcohol, created positive routines, and started building success in all areas of his life, especially in his volleyball career, finances, and personal relationships. Today, Christian is actively utilizing his experiences and life story to help other athletes motivated to become champions mentally, physically and spiritually so they can become the best people they can be both in their personal lives, and in their respective sports. Show Notes0:00 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Intro0:18 - Introducing Christian0:37 - Hello and Welcome!1:37 - How Did You Come Into Volleyball?3:00 - Talking Be Better3:59 - Identifying As More than an Athlete: Homeschool and Sports5:36 - Playing Open in Arizona8:18 - That's How We Learn10:20 - Starting Jiu Jitsu and Inspiration from Shawn Ledig12:50 - Sharing Between Generations14:02 - Do You Have Siblings? 15:54 - Sports and Music19:57 - Tell Us About Your Journey in Faith25:19 - Wendy's Take on the Human Experience with Faith26:50 - What Have You Been Up To While Not Playing Much Volleyball?27:46 - Checking for Accuracy on the Scores29:10 - Hooked on Jiu Jitsu30:44 - I've Been Golfing too31:15 - Seasons for Different Sports32:55 - Toughness34:10 - BB Commercial34:17 - Cross Training with Swim35:05 - Modes of Recovery37:22 - Huberman Lab and Cool Mitts38:24 - Oura Ring Scores38:39 - Learning How To Take Care of Your Body From a Young Age43:02 - Why Rehab When You Can Prehab?44:31 - The Vision Behind Telling These Stories46:55 - “The Science of Getting Rich”48:00 - AVP Huntington 2019 Volleyball Clips49:35 - Jason Asks: What Was Your Coming Out Party?50:14 - It Came Through Adversity53:42 - Thanks for the Awesome Question, Jason57:14 - It's Such A Beautiful, Growing Game58:28 - What I Meant to Say Background59:04 - One Piece of Advice 1:01:33 - Certified in Mental Performance Mastery1:02:36 - Where Can We Find You?1:03:50 - Thank you!1:04:29- What I Meant to Say Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find ChristianWebsite: ChristianHoner.comHow Tos by Bros YoutubeEvan Honer music IG - @christianvball
“Love is not necessarily a feeling, love is a recognition of interconnection." Episode Summary: On today's episode of SoulTalk, joining us again on the show, Matt Kahn, a spiritual teacher, highly attuned empathic healer, and best-selling author of many heart-centered transformative books, including his new book All for Love: The Transformative Power of Holding Space. Today, Matt Kahn sheds light on the healing power of holding space for yourself and others. He simplifies how healing and loving yourself deeply can open you up to a freedom that is available when you live in service. This episode will help you redefine love and awaken your heart in the most authentic way. In This Episode You Will Learn: A total and in-depth understanding of love. How to create a new positive relationship with yourself. How to differentiate between love and arousal. What to look for in a partner. How to love yourself authentically. How to navigate a dark night of the soul and rebuild yourself. Some Questions I Ask: When you say love, what do you mean? What does it mean to “hold space?” How does one recognize interconnection? How do we know who we should open up to? How do you know when to shift the relationship if it's not working? Can you provide some perspective into the current happenings around the world? What excites you about where you see us going as a humanity? "The more openly we give to other people, the more we're receiving, what we're giving.” GUEST LINKS: https://mattkahn.org/love