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Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S4 Ep5: Career Calling & Confirmation [#GodGotYOU]

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 28:42


Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, discusses what it means to be called to a career. #GodGotYOU Scripture of the week: 2 Peter 1:3 (Homework: reflect on this verse throughout your work week) ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

A Fireside Chat
All That Needs To Be Said About That

A Fireside Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 81:57


This week on the show I do some quick housekeeping that you will not want to skip over. IMPORTANT NEWS ABOUT THE ANONYMOUS BOX! Then, I discuss my new found gambling addiction, talk about bands that I love but no longer really listen to and review the first two episodes of the new HBO show The Last Of Us. I try to do a very SPOILER FREE review but please listen to that part at your own discretion. Then another round of Would You Rather that are full of impossible choices as always.  Finally, friend of the show, Dominic Yosi chimes in with his picks for the songs that shape his emotions and his life and his very strong feelings about one particular Sarah Mclachlan song. All of the the songs from our music episodes can be found on Spotify in a playlist titled A Fireside Soundtrack. If you can't find it or need the link, shoot me a line and I will gladly send it to you. Homework assignment for a future show: I want to know about your driving. Do you have road rage? Do you consider yourself or your partner a better driver? Do you know someone whose driving makes you crazy? What do they do? What are their driving quirks that make you crazy and what are yours that make them crazy? Tell me everything! Joe Saxman joins me next week to talk all things  concerts, music, growing up in the 90's and much much more. This show is driven by the content you provide! Join the show by clicking on the link pinned to the top of our social media pages. Leave your questions, comments, feedback or whatever you like! COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL AND ANONYMOUS. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! Thanks For Listening!

Elliot In The Morning
EITM: Married... With Homework 1/26/23

Elliot In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 6:10


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A Trauma Survivor Thriver’s Podcast
Transformational Healing

A Trauma Survivor Thriver’s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 40:26


This is a LIVE replay of A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast which aired Wednesday, January 25th, 2023 at 1130am ET on Fireside Chat. Today's Guest is Corinne Coppola, Mental Health Coach, IFS Practitioner, Trauma Recovery Specialist and Founder of R.E.S.T Retreats.   Lorilee Binstock  00:01:06  Welcome. I'm Lorilee Binstock and this is A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast Thank you so much for joining me live on a Fireside chat you can be a part of the conference station as my virtual audience. I am your host, Lorilee Binstock. Everyone has an opportunity to ask me or our guest questions by requesting to hop on stage or sending a message in the chat box I will try to get to you as soon as I can, but I do ask everybody be respectful. Today's guest is Current Cop, mental health coach, iss practitioner trauma recovery specialist, and founder of rest retreats current, thank you so much for joining me today. Corinne Coppola  00:02:05  You're welcome, Marlene. My pleasure, and it's just to let you know the pronunciation is Cor. Lorilee Binstock  00:02:11  Cup paula. Thank you so much for for correcting me because I probably would call you in the whole time. So thank you so much. Corinne Coppola  00:02:19  No problem. No problem. Lorilee Binstock  00:02:23  Well, first of all, I wanna talk about your journey to get you to where you are now. Really, what made you want to work as a mental health coach. Corinne Coppola  00:02:32  It's a really good question. I never thought I wind up here for sure. When I was a little girl, I told my parents that I wanted to be counselor, you know, back then, it was called count we're not therapist and they said, well, you're not gonna earn any money doing Lorilee Binstock  00:02:50  Mhmm Corinne Coppola  00:02:52  you better go into business. So that's what I did at the time. And then I found my way is in the business world for a number of years worth for profit for profit, have my masters and organization development, and then just radio and Mindfulness as a practice to help ground me, keep me steady. I had three young the children at the time And I thought, wow, This is really a way that I can help service people and help them because it helped those practice this really helped me so much. And then I started teaching, and then I worked for a long profit bringing wine centers to this and I started working on retreats and things just... And then I was brought to a cactus Lorilee Binstock  00:03:42  Yeah. Corinne Coppola  00:03:43  called Internal family systems. And I thought, wow, This is really phenomenal. And powerful for me and my own healing journey and I thought I really wanna be able to do this with people. So that they can also rewrite their past. And that's how I got to where I am. That being said, there's also, you know, some traumas around my childhood and my adult wife that came to play into being motivated to heal. You know? And that how now I am working with people and one on one of small groups and leading retreats and I could not the more alignment and more grateful and happy. Itself Lorilee Binstock  00:04:31  That's so wonderful. You know, it's it's interesting. You... You know, you were working in a traditional setting even though you were were you know, empowered by mindfulness But was it the trauma that actually had you move to towards, you know, being the founder of these retreats and and Corinne Coppola  00:04:58  Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:04:58  all of this and even trauma recovery I know that you are specialist with was there was there something that clicked where you said. This is what... I wanna go this route. To help people recover from trauma. Corinne Coppola  00:05:11  Yeah. That is such a great question, Laura. We'll we piecing it together by your great questions. So, yes, the answer is yes. Well, when I first started, taking yoga. I belong to a gym, and one of my girlfriends just like, oh, you've gotta a you gotta come to this eight am Sunday class and like, No. That is my hurting to down. No. No. That won't be happening. And the The other side of that, actually, when I began my younger jury, my youngest... My oldest daughter was only about two years old, Eighteen months to two years and I was working part time finishing my masters part time And one of my friends had said you really gotta try yoga the class like, okay. What else? And with for those are you familiar with yoga, Is the final relaxation pose. And when I went into Last, I felt like I was home. Lorilee Binstock  00:06:11  Mm-mm Corinne Coppola  00:06:13  I was like, wow. This is pretty powerful. But then I had my second child, and I had difficult birth. So, like, I wasn't, you know, it it wasn't then what it is now because he's twenty two. My daughter is twenty four. And I have another son. Who's twenty, you know, twenty years ago, there wasn't the knowledge that prenatal yoga was okay for women who had complications. So then fast forward to my youngest being three And my girlfriend inviting me to this class at the gym and I... And she was a phenomenal instructor finally, I went she's a phenomenal director, and I thought Okay. I'm gonna get back to yoga in a serious way. So found studio that was close to my house and that I had originally gone to years before. And started to do additional classes there. And while there? I was volunteering at the front dash and there was a buck by a woman by the name of maya. And it was about how she healed herself. Lorilee Binstock  00:07:22  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:07:23  From like stage for cancer through our you practices that were in her background, that she had been a go go go, you know, fashion designer in New york and it was called a path of practice. And I was just fascinated by that, and Monday, I was in a group setting. I was in a trauma recovery group. Myself is a participant for sexual abuse. I had experienced from a close family member and I hadn't had these memories until I was forty. I am now fifty six. So I thought to myself when I was in that group, I it just came to me. Like. Oh, This is how yoga has been so healing for me. I have to bring these practices to women and children. You know? And from there, it was Gave Emerson and Best I think I was in their second cohost of a for trauma for I mean you excuse me yoga for trauma. And my journey sort of just started to unravel from there. Started to... I I went myself on a retreat for women survivors of sexual violence, and then they invited me back the next year to co. So I co that retreat for ten years, and it was so powerful for me to see the transformation that could happen in two and a half days. And Lorilee Binstock  00:09:05  Mm-mm Corinne Coppola  00:09:06  by being in nature by being in play. We weren't talking about our stories. Right? We were in our bodies. There was movement, light yoga, drama, some meditation, you know, just really back to being a kid. And so then in my in my jury, I unfortunately, when my daughter was fourteen, so this is about this was ten years ago, there is a suicide cluster at high school. And I thought to myself, I can't just sit on the sidelines lines with us and knowing how these practices. We select practices can really hold I was able to partner with a organization that was just blossom. This is twenty thirteen, and you know, I said to them, we have to bring these practices to this schools in Northern Virginia, which is where I was living at the time. And it's sort of came from that. I worked with them for four years. We got the school board involved. We had a lot of high schools, you know, hundreds and then into the thousands of young people and adults you know, the teachers in the parents and from there started to do started to co and manage retreats for teens, and that also adults and now here I am. So Yeah. It's just sort of, like, following the next best thing. Right? The next best that, like, I did not have like, the super plan vision. And at the same time, like, I didn't have a pass, but I had a vision. Lorilee Binstock  00:10:53  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:10:56  Okay. So, like, I knew nine, ten years ago when I was in close to read that, I wanna leave a retreat back here in Costa Rica, And this Marx, I'm leading her retreat my first retreat and close rica gut. So I would really you know, for me, it's just been following the bread. You know? And with the intention to serve, the intention to serve, like, how can I use my guess? To serve. And in the same time, you know, make a living. Sound That's it's a long answer to your shared question. Lorilee Binstock  00:11:35  No. I love it. Thank you so much. I love what you're talking about when when you talk about your your experience and this retreat would it was just play. It was your in your body, you want in your head, Is that what your rest retreats are, could you talk a little bit about that? I... It's a it's an acronym. Right? Right. Corinne Coppola  00:11:57  Right. Right. It's an acronym. So the r is for relaxed. Lorilee Binstock  00:12:04  Yeah Corinne Coppola  00:12:03  The x is for... The excuse me. They e is for examine. The s more surrender. And the t stands for transformation. So these retreats that I guide people on are different than the survival retreats that I did. There are elements. In this retreat. So and I also give one on one Vip retreats out in Shank critique Virginia where I live part time on the eastern shore. And so the rest will be in the first two days, you know, as people sort of enter we're doing a relaxation, integration, arriving, The second day, I have a healer who's gonna do a beautiful sound journey us. You know, then eighty three, we got it three and four we get in to examine. Right? What patterns because my the retreat is called killing the heart. So what patterns have origin in which I am not living to the potential of who I can be inner world. Right? It's sort of beginning to what called ex the heart. So practices, like, each each day, will be seen out. So, for example, covered in compassion. Right. Love and letting go. So we have to let go of some things in order and have compassion for us sounds and the honors so that we can... We can be on this continuum peeling. Then you know, they're surrender Have a surprise planned, but we also have a magnificent breath that will be reading us in a workshop you in terms of letting go, there'll be Journaling There'll be Arch masked team movie locks in nature. And then we get to key Right. That the acid surrender where we're letting and go and we have I'm just gonna say we have a musician coming in. To really help us let go on our levels. We'll be doing sunset. Fire circle. And then the t is for transformation in the last two days the last day is a cacao ceremony with a woman psychologist who I met last year who was down there, and she's from close to Rica and just this beautiful healing hard three hours ceremony yummy that we'll be having. And I'm keeping it small. Intentionally, you know, eleven spots. With some women who are really just phenomenal and are there to do some deep work. You know, this... It's not therapy. It's not... You know, that's not what I'm what what my intention is, it's really to create the safe community safe sacred community. That women can show up as their best sounds, like, all of their parts parts that have been forgotten. Like, who was I? When I was six seven eight years old and I was magic and Lorilee Binstock  00:15:43  mm-mm Corinne Coppola  00:15:44  who took away that magic, like, loving reconnect with that spirit, that sacred inside so that I can then bring these practices into my life. And live in a way that is in alignment with who I wanna be and who I am. Lorilee Binstock  00:16:04  Well, nick... You know, you talked about and make hear you talking about parts. I have a lot of respect for I. I'm actually an I Therapy every week. Is do you bring that to your respiratory retreats. Corinne Coppola  00:16:19  So it depends on Lorilee Binstock  00:16:26  Mm-mm. Corinne Coppola  00:16:26  what the client wants Right? So for the one on one, Yes. Absolutely. For this small group, retreats Lorilee Binstock  00:16:39  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:16:38  this is not is not the focus. However, I can't not do it. Meaning that... You know, that's who I am is you know, speaking in, like, some of the journaling quest will be internal family system based, but it's not as if we're going to be having therapeutic sharing circles. Right? Lorilee Binstock  00:17:00  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:17:01  That we're gonna be doing parts work. That's another type of retreat that I host. So you know, it is... There will be parts work And at the same time, it's not going be group therapy. People are there also to... Like, what's really important to me is the four or five hours of quiet time that we'll have every afternoon. Lorilee Binstock  00:17:22  Yay. Corinne Coppola  00:17:25  So if you wanna sit by the pool and be quiet, That's awesome we'll go to your room, take a nap. You wanna go into excursions to go kayak, horse horseback writing, lessons, you go do it, Zip lining, you know, so that people can really customize this experience to what they feel. They want and need to that you know, everything is optional. That's really, really a important to me is to give everyone choice. Lorilee Binstock  00:17:52  You lasts Corinne Coppola  00:17:55  You know? Because we're all adults. And oftentimes in life, we feel like we don't have choices. I mean, you know, that's free. I can only... I should only speak for myself. Lorilee Binstock  00:18:05  No. I feel that too. I feel that too. I feel last week, I actually gotten a ski accident And I feel like I could have a... I I there I have choices to say, I need to rest. This is before the accident. Because my life was just jam packed with so much stuff and trying to catch up from the end of last year. You know, from the holidays. And I was like, oh my gosh. I need a break, but I Corinne Coppola  00:18:33  Yeah. Lorilee Binstock  00:18:33  just felt like I couldn't get a break until I literally gotten in a little skiing then all of a sudden, and I was in bed for a week, and I was like, I really feel like the universe is listening to me. Corinne Coppola  00:18:40  Okay. Lorilee Binstock  00:18:43  But, yes, it was it was really, you know, there are times where I'm like, I feel like I'm in adult, and I don't have a choice. Like, I have Corinne Coppola  00:18:48  Did We Lorilee Binstock  00:18:52  to cook dinner. I have to, you know, I you know, I to do all these things. So it's nice. You know, I've looked at your treats so I'm like, oh, is you know, this would be amazing for me. Unfortunately, my husband be leaving to go out of the country during that time. So I have be with my children, but I am looking forward to going to one of your retreats. Corinne Coppola  00:19:12  Oh, beautiful. Lorilee Binstock  00:19:15  Yes. I Corinne Coppola  00:19:16  Well, I'm sorry to hear about your your skiing accident. Lorilee Binstock  00:19:20  you know, it's really funny because I I literally was telling my my If practitioner nor the week before I'm like, I just feel like I I need a break. I need a break. I can't I feel like I keep going going going, and I feel guilty I would feel guilty if I was, like, I need I I'm gonna be in bed. The thing is the universe heard me and was like, okay. We'll do this. And... You know, my leg wasn't hurting when I was resting, but it was it was hurting when I was walking. Corinne Coppola  00:19:46  Yeah. Lorilee Binstock  00:19:49  So or attempting to. So I I felt like know, it's one of things here you're you need to break. People need breaks and Corinne Coppola  00:19:56  Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:19:59  sometimes it'll be a forced one. Corinne Coppola  00:19:59  Right. Lorilee Binstock  00:20:03  And sometimes it's gonna come at the most in opportune times And I think what I've learned through my healing journey is that you know, everything kind happens for a reason. Everything happens for reason. This is the their signs and signals that are telling us, you know, it's time to rest, and then we it it's our choice to listen and not listen. Corinne Coppola  00:20:21  Right. I love that. Like, oftentimes, They'll say to my clients and not only my clients, but you know, in general, it just comes out of my mat. Like, you're exactly where you're supposed to be. Lorilee Binstock  00:20:30  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:20:33  That really helps me when On in a phone, you know, when I am feeling, like, really, This is really what's happening. Right. I'm right where I'm supposed to be and then the gratitude practice. I mean, I am the huge huge believer of how and sciences proves it, you know, But of how gratitude has really changed my life. Lorilee Binstock  00:20:58  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:21:01  You know, the the thing that it most importantly has led me to is the characteristic of acceptance. Lorilee Binstock  00:21:08  Yeah. Corinne Coppola  00:21:09  Wait. How can I be really thankful for the turmoil of that's happening right now in my life? You know, or in a relationship And then maybe not at that moment. You know, I'm not able to see the the good in it, but still on being thanks for it because then I usually, it is revealed to me that you know, I am able to see what Oh, Lorilee Binstock  00:21:43  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:21:40  just like what you said, you know what the purpose? Oh, this is leading me to more forgiveness. Lorilee Binstock  00:21:45  Yeah Corinne Coppola  00:21:47  Okay. Lorilee Binstock  00:21:49  it's so funny how long it took me to figure that out. It took me Corinne Coppola  00:21:51  Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:21:53  so long because people be like, in just grateful. You know, I would have those to do list, like those like, padded to do list papers that have says, like, you know, here's your here's a little checkbox box and here right, what you have to do And at the top of the page, it would say, I am grateful for blank, and I'm like, oh, that's interesting. And I would never write it it. I would just write my list. And I and I'm like... I never understood the the power of gratitude and it's also interesting because when I think about earlier in our conversation, you talked about Corinne Coppola  00:22:28  Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:22:29  you know, the courts pose when when you found chance for and it's Corinne Coppola  00:22:32  Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:22:33  transformation and epiphany in that moment. You know, before I went into treatment before I was you know, went to residential treatment, and I would do yoga. I did... I I did yoga for, you know, so lengthening and strengthening and flexibility And when we would get into And pose, I would literally sit there and think about. Okay. Corinne Coppola  00:22:58  Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:22:56  So what are the things I need to do today? And I never understood the importance of Because when I went to treatment, was like, I learned this whole idea that Is where you're integrating your practice. And I'm like, really? And that changed my life. It it's funny the things that people tell you because you know, people like, oh, exhausted is important. I'm like, oh, yeah. Rest is an important shirt, whatever. And then I you know, you you move on and you do your thing, and then you you realize, like, it it just took me so long to really absorb Corinne Coppola  00:23:33  Okay. Lorilee Binstock  00:23:33  the the the practice of rest, the practice of gratitude, Corinne Coppola  00:23:37  Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:23:38  I'm telling you that really changed everything. For me, at least Corinne Coppola  00:23:42  Yeah. Yeah. I hear you. You preaching to the prayer because know, what I did used to teach public and private the classes. You know, I would say Is the most important pose, and it's also something that you can take at any time you know? And it's something that Lorilee Binstock  00:24:05  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:24:04  we don't do, like, and and oftentimes, that's what happens is we're we're resting and then everything fits to the surface. So when people come in, meditation retreats. It's like you know, what they call flo straw because people start falling asleep the first, you know, day or two because they realize how tiring their body is. Lorilee Binstock  00:24:28  Yes. Corinne Coppola  00:24:29  You know, that it's like the had nod and people can't stay awake, and that's just like a normal and you know, part of what happens it's like, oh, this is what happens when I dial it down. And there's an officer and speaker name is Sandra Dawn Smith. I don't know if he's... She's gonna book called sacred rest. And she identifies seven different types of reps, which I can't rattle off the top of my head right now. But I just think that is so such an interesting perspective to look at oh, often ten pages feel rest as like the physical, but there's also emotional rash Lorilee Binstock  00:25:12  Yay, Corinne Coppola  00:25:12  social rest, you know, all these different types of rest. That we need, like, sometimes social recipes, interacting with others. Sometimes social recipes means, oh, I need to pull back. You know? And and it's not just as you know, it's not just what often type, like spa and you know? No. No. No. No. No. No. No. It can be for me, what a My practices is between three and four o'clock every day. I don't schedule calls or meetings or anything between three and four so that maybe it is used to respond to emails, but there's usually at least a ten minute ten minute window that I have for myself that I have to go meditate pray or that I do put my head down on a pillow because that completely refresh us and something that I learned that you might already know is that at three o'clock, like middle afternoon, three Homework o'clock our cortisol level. Lore. And Lorilee Binstock  00:26:19  I did not know that. Corinne Coppola  00:26:21  this whole practice that I started started over the pandemic. I was noticing that... Oh, I'm pretty tired right now. And three or four o'clock with was the time when my second day began, right? And I would work until three or four, and then I go pick the kids up in school, take them to different activities go over below. And then when that didn't happen during the pan, I was able to listen to my body, and I was like, oh, isn't this interesting? Lorilee Binstock  00:26:48  Wow. Corinne Coppola  00:26:52  So that's how it sort of came up for me. It's not like, oh, let me do this. It was me listening to my body. Lorilee Binstock  00:26:56  Yes. Absolutely. I I... It's it's it's so... It's so hard to listen your body when there's so many things going on. So, yes, I think that quiet time that meditation time is is the time for, you know, to really be able to listen to what's happening there. I do wanna ask Corinne Coppola  00:27:17  Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:27:19  what does it take to truly achieve transformation. Corinne Coppola  00:27:26  Yeah. First to all. That is a great question. I when retract the word achieve. Lorilee Binstock  00:27:35  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:27:35  And so what does it take to a achieve transformation because that then makes it a goal. Right, which we all want, like we all want there's different life, like, right before this call, I happen to be at a in a yoga class, and the the teacher was just notice. And I said... You need to be teaching in Costa Rica, and I didn't know that she was and you know, how did the teacher trading program of this studio and then a little block? She's like, well, you know, I have my kids and Da. And I thought... Yeah. Yeah. But you can maybe go guest teach. You know to myself. And, like, what what could the possibilities be? So I think one of the first things we have to get out of our own way And when I say we have to get out of our own way, people talk all the time about, like, letting go of limiting beliefs. I don't know flip that on the head, maybe and maybe open yourself to a possibility. And open yourself to the possibility of what do I really enjoy doing? Maybe it's baking cookies. And you start baking cookies these a little bit more and giving them away. And then all of a sudden, you have a cookie business. Lorilee Binstock  00:28:59  Yeah. Corinne Coppola  00:29:02  Yeah. I'm saying. Wait, It's just really and asking yourself the question, if I didn't have to be perfect at I would like to blank Right? If I didn't need to be perfect, what what is one thing that really lights me up? What is the one thing? And it may be I... You know, and and and it's out at this moment. Like, I didn't know when I started on this path, like, when I started taking Yoga again, that I would someday be Lorilee Binstock  00:29:43  Mhmm Corinne Coppola  00:29:43  an internal family sister's practitioner, mental health coach and running retreats. Like, I didn't have that vision. I just knew that taking yoga that and then maybe teaching you love because what I did in the past, you know, part of my job with presentation when I worked in organization development, and I trained people in parents management, and They trained people on career consulting. You know? So and and leadership development. And I... So I knew that I loved getting up in front of groups. I had no problem doing that. And then the passion that I had for Yoga, because of how it was healing me and it was allowing me to be in my body. Well, I wanted to bring that to everybody. So then I, you know, got into a teacher training, and the teacher training about ben was like you know, two years long, every other weekend, I did three hundred hours. So went out to Montana. So that's what I would say is the first step is just share like, be open say quietly and say, what does really lighten me out? Do I really love playing pick? You know? I mean, what do I love doing. Do I love gathering people? And maybe you... Maybe you love cooking and you want to have a Vegan cooking quad like, I'm not making this up. You know, what What is it that light you on a fire. And then follow that. So that's the first thing that I would say. And then the second thing is acceptance. Lake, you know, so that you're you're open and accepting of whatever is happening in that moment, Like, I went through a water suffering, and I still go through suffering. You know, it's not... It's not like, oh, I'm happy go lucky and the... You know, it happens to be a great day today on blessed enough to be on this call with you. I went to yoga the class. I walk the die. I did some work before all that. You know? But it's it's having this theme a gratitude and when you're grateful soul throughout the day, and then your more accepting of... Okay. Well, my young you know, my child's stark at me or my my partner, you know, made a really in inappropriate comma lake what am I doing to accept what is happening? So that I don't have to be in suffering. And suffering happens when we want things to be different than than they are. And I'm gonna hear to tell you, like, there was a day when I was going through my divorce, but I had two hundred and sixty dollars in my checking account, and I'm speaking to myself. What am I gonna do? What am I gonna do? So I could sit there. And I could complain And I can think of all the ways that this wasn't fair. Or I can the grateful form go for walk. Shift my perspective. You know, I have a house, and my kids are healthy. You know, I have food and in my cover that I can make for dinner, and it's not always gonna be this way. Like, the two words that are helpful for transformation, I feel are for now. This is only happening for now. Good bad. Lorilee Binstock  00:33:19  Yes. Corinne Coppola  00:33:22  In between you know? So those are some of... That's how I think I would you know, answer your question is more around like, acceptance being with what else. Acceptance. And then, you know, for now. And and knowing what what lights you up, you know, what are you passionate about? And it's if I was doing what I'm doing now it's not like, I woke up at a bed and who's was like, oh, I'm gonna run retreats and Lorilee Binstock  00:33:53  Yeah Corinne Coppola  00:33:52  mister week. No. I didn't have something in that way. It's taken me ten years. Lorilee Binstock  00:33:56  mm-mm Corinne Coppola  00:33:57  Right. So Lorilee Binstock  00:33:59  Wow. Corinne Coppola  00:33:59  anyway, Lorilee Binstock  00:34:01  Did... Is this is this what you hope? For your clients, after they leave your retreats, Corinne Coppola  00:34:07  And then, absolutely, that and and that has happened. And even, you know, just in and when I work with clients one on one, it can be so powerful, like I a client this past week that she's had a lot grief in her life. You know, three of her brothers passed away while she was growing up. I mean, it's just really heartbreaking. And when she came into connection, with her grief And it felt like these cotton balls in her chest and that it was just all of her heart breaks and she was able to turn towards that and have compassion support. She's now much open and loving in her relationship with her partner. Because she had a fear being in an intimate relationship because of all the grief from now she's had in her life, and she's also were Lorilee Binstock  00:35:02  No. Corinne Coppola  00:35:03  a young widow. You know, she was a young widow. So you know, it's really about giving people hope that you're hopeful about the future that they're is a purpose to my life, and then I can start over and a couple of my clients that have been to one on one retreats to me out, and she could take they know are establishing really thriving businesses because of some you know, past things that they were able to let go of. So once you clear that out, right, it's the ex of the heart. Once we clear that out, then it's like we can be open to the next thing And at the same time, during those transitions being open to the grief, like, I'm an empty nest, and I thought I've been an empty semester since the fall of twenty twenty one and I thought, okay. Well, you know, a year, I'll be, you know, on this little bit of a roller close physically. But, you know, I gotta tell you the fall hit of twenty twenty two, and that grief was there a little differently, but it was still there. So you know, just being with what is happening and accepting it and not pushing it away. Right? It's really about turning towards the difficult stuff. When we turn towards it, and we can have compassion and we stop running from it. Then we can understand what the message is. What that part is needing, what we're eating So I can talk all day about this, Obviously, Lorilee Binstock  00:36:50  Well, It's... It's amazing. Corinne Coppola  00:36:53  mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:36:53  What you're doing. And I I do wanna ask how how often do your streets go Corinne Coppola  00:36:57  So Lorilee Binstock  00:36:59  Do you have them? Corinne Coppola  00:37:01  yeah. So I'm This is the first week long that I'm doing her eight nine eight days seven nights. This is the first what I'm doing. All the other ones have been weekend retreats, you know, three days two nights. I'm planning on expanding this coming fall to doing them four days three nights and, you know, partnering with different people. And after I do my one in Costa going and come back to these Lorilee Binstock  00:37:34  Mhmm. Corinne Coppola  00:37:32  post I'm actually going to be going on a road trip. So I'll be focusing mostly so my online clientele and not doing any physical and retreats until the fall of twenty twenty three. Lorilee Binstock  00:37:48  Awesome. Corinne Coppola  00:37:49  Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock  00:37:51  Well, that's great. I will be looking for. Please keep me posted on those. Because yeah, Corinne Coppola  00:37:53  I will. I will pressure. Lorilee Binstock  00:37:57  and wanna hear more. Is there anything else you'd like to add? Corinne Coppola  00:38:02  That is such a great question. I would like to add and might not do this justice, but the quote. Like, even doing the smallest things with the greatest amount of love. Lorilee Binstock  00:38:18  Oh Corinne Coppola  00:38:19  That no matter where you are in your life right now, How can I show up? With the most loved for myself or the others, Like, even if it's doing laundry. Like, can I do this? In a loving way in a grateful way. And just doing the smallest things with the greatest lives because it's really not that hard to be kind. And I just went to see a man named auto last night. And it was just such a lovely movie. In terms of how in terms of, like, a testament to how kindness small kindness. Can change your life and save a life. Lorilee Binstock  00:39:03  Mhmm. Yeah. I Corinne Coppola  00:39:05  Say that's really what I would say. Is just even in the smallest ways, like, It so might sound corny, but right, before you pick up the phone to make a call, that has to be potentially honor, like a service calls for an Internet problem. Right? Can you smile? And send the person live on the other side because they're doing the best they can too. Lorilee Binstock  00:39:32  Yeah. Corinne Coppola  00:39:33  So Lorilee Binstock  00:39:34  Yeah. Corinne Coppola  00:39:34  Yeah. Lorilee Binstock  00:39:36  Well, Current, thank you so much. I really appreciate you joining me today. Corinne Coppola  00:39:41  Thank you, Laura. It's been real real deep honor and for your for you to extend me your invitation and to have the opportunity to write an article for your magazine. I'm just so honored Lorilee Binstock  00:39:57  You... I honored for you to join us. And let me... Am I saying your name right? Career? Corinne Coppola  00:40:03  Yes. Lorilee Binstock  00:40:05  I got it. Alright. Corinne Coppola  00:40:07  You got it more.

The ABC's High School Teachers Really Need to Know
Episode #10: Justify Your Homework Practices

The ABC's High School Teachers Really Need to Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 25:12


It's becoming increasingly difficult for students to maintain a healthy work/life balance.  In practice, teachers must realize that when assignments and preparation must be done away from the classroom, there should be clear learning goals and a reasonable amount of completion time.  Otherwise, you're likely to skew your performance metrics (like grades) and increase cheating and incompletion rates.  Effective teachers know that most of the value from a class comes from time spent with a facilitating teacher and other learners.    

Truth Lies Shenanigans™
Alexa, Do My Homework. Plus, Baldwin and Hydrogen Fuel.

Truth Lies Shenanigans™

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 59:19


Artificial Intelligence (ChatGPT) Cheating, Alec Baldwin Manslaughter, and Hydrogen Engines.Alec Baldwin catches manslaughter charges, Teachers say students are using Artificial Intelligence to cheat, and Hydrogen Engines are coming.Support the showFollow your Hosts:Gianni Storm- https://www.instagram.com/giannistormmm/RobBRoK- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn9H...Liz-E - https://www.facebook.com/lize.enders.3Nio Nyx - https://www.tiktok.com/nio_nyx-----------------------------------You can join the conversation and watch LIVE, Sundays 7p...

Whiskey & Work Podcast
The True Cost Of Indecision (When “Waiting” Becomes A Habit)

Whiskey & Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 10:36


From being an overthinker to taking action, Kelsey keeps it short and simple this episode to break down the realities of indecisiveness. Kelsey explains the limbo state and how this prevents us from creating the life we want versus the power of decision. She wraps this up with an exercise to ensure tangible steps towards action.  What we're talking about… How this can apply to you as a parent or as a professional  Why we get caught in indecisiveness  The universal feeling of “if I just had this information I can make the right decision” How this feeling puts us in limbo and holds up back from being our best selves Becoming an overthinker vs. taking action The little tugs we feel from our intuition  How to become more action forward (don't worry Kelsey is here to help on this!) Homework: what is that one thing you feel a little tug towards? Now block out 15 minutes of your day (preferably today or tomorrow) and do something actionable towards that desire  A {free} Tool or Two!  Did someone say free? Yup that's right. Kelsey's here to help with a few free tools to help launch your business and creative ideas! Click the links to start your journey.  How To Plan Your Business The Coaches Pricing Calculator  The Coaches Workshop: A “Framework” For How To Be An Exceptional Coach & Create Consistent Monthly Income Links Mentioned Kelsey Murphy's Website  Kelsey Murphy's Instagram 

The morning after with Kelly Stafford
The Morning After Losing My Mind Over Kindergarten Homework

The morning after with Kelly Stafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 68:26 Transcription Available


Kelly's finally back in studio to tell all about the wild Bar Mitzvah her and Matthew attended, her frustration with kindergarten homework, discuss the problem with social media & much more! Thank you for supporting our sponsors! Perkie Prints – use code MORNING to save 10% off your order at www.perkieprints.com. Green Chef – go to GreenChef.com/morningafter60 and use code morningafter60 to get 60% off plus free shipping. Progressive – Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 29 million drivers who trust Progressive.

The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show
Gift Grub: Michael D Says 'No' To Homework!

The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 3:12


President Michael D Higgins is a popular man at the best of times but he's about to be promoted to top dog by the children of Ireland. In a bold move, he has called for homework to be banned, to allow young people to engage in more creative pursuits outside of school hours. On this morning's Gift Grub, he joined Ian on the line to voice his opinions on the topic.

Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S4 Ep4: Normalize Peace In Your Workplace

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 25:55


It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, invites you to the Forward Focus Career Fast and discusses that experiencing peace in your workplace is a thing! Scripture of the week: Philippians 4:6-7 (Homework: reflect on these verses throughout your work week) It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

On Air With Ryan Seacrest
HIGHLIGHT- Sisanie's Homework

On Air With Ryan Seacrest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 5:10


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Mission City Church
The Truth about Marriage // Home Work

Mission City Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 41:09


Pastor Matt Surber, of Mission City Church in San Antonio, TX, continues his series on Family, Marriage, and Parenting. Today, we discuss the lies that the world tells us about marriage and what the truth is when it comes to marriage.Missioncity.church________________________________Sermon Notes are available at missioncity.church/resources/

Common Sense Choices with Linda Toupin
Episode #32 Robin Rowland Cooking Organically with High Quality Utensils | Linda Toupin: Common Sense Choices

Common Sense Choices with Linda Toupin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 41:29


Subscribe to Linda Toupin: https://rebrand.ly/LindaToupin Episode #32 Robin Rowland Cooking Organically with High Quality Utensils Robin takes you on her journey of why she only cooks with organic ingredients and a tour of kitchen. Many of the high-quality utensils she recommends can often times be found at Home Goods, Tuesday Morning and TJ Maxx at a discounted price. Robin also only cooks organically for her dog ABIGAIL. Her recipe: Crock Pot Healthy Creations All organic meat and seasonal organic produce Prepare in a 6-quart crockpot I double the recipe every time I cook it so I use a larger crockpot and I freeze the containers after I cook it so I have it to pull out of the freezer as needed. 1 pound ground turkey 2 cups of chopped Lacinato kale 2 sweet potatoes chopped 2 carrots chopped 2 stalks of celery chopped 1⁄4 cup of sweet brown rice (if your dog is very active and works off a lot of energy) Several sprigs of parsley 4-6 cups of vegetable or chicken broth or water Place meat in crockpot first, add chopped veggies and parsley sprigs. Top off crockpot with broth or water. Cook 8-10 hours on low in crockpot. Allow to cool completely before storing. Reheat adding hot water or warm on stove top. DO NOT MICROWAVE! About Common Sense Choices: "We are where we are by the choices we have made, or we have allowed others to make for us." It's a simple truth of personal responsibility. Want to change your life? Change your choices. Join Linda Toupin each week as she covers a wide variety of topics that range from culture and politics to basic life and business skills to how to remain sane in a world gone mad. Expect fun, lively discussion, guest speakers, opportunities for you to contribute and weekly HOMEWORK assignments. In times like these we need STRONG, CONFIDENT citizens who are healthy mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially. Consider your time with her each week to be a life skills class filled with hope and strategy for a better you, which in turn will make a better world. More Linda Toupin: Website: http://lindatoupin.comMerch: http://byjack.com/lindatoupin Follow Linda Toupin: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindatoupin/Facebook: https://facebook.com/LindaToupinEducator Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindatoupin Watch Linda Toupin: Common Sense Choices Podcast: https://bit.ly/ChoicesPodCommon Sense Choices Clips: https://bit.ly/ChoicesClipsLatest Uploads: https://bit.ly/LindaLatest Popular Videos: https://bit.ly/LindaPop About Linda Toupin: Linda was raised on a dairy farm in southeastern Kentucky where she developed a strong work ethic and sense of personal responsibility. These, along with a "milking the cows" mentality (it didn't matter if you were tired, in a bad mood or a relative had just died, the cows still had to be milked) created strong mental health habits and a solid sense of purpose. Linda went from milking cows to waiting tables as she worked her way through college where she earned her Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Home Economics and Secondary Education. She taught in the public school system for ten years. During that time, she started her own in-home business and, over the next 38 years, built a multi-million dollar sales organization both nationally and internationally. Linda has trained tens of thousands of businesswomen around the globe in life and business skills. She is the mother of two and grandmother of two.

A Fireside Chat
Flaming Hot Dog In A Clowns Ass

A Fireside Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 97:37


It's the final week (for now) of our music episodes and we end with a real banger.  But first, a coworker of mine goes through holiday withdrawal, we get some feedback from AFC nation on past episodes and another round of Would You Rather that leaves me feeling very uncomfortable as always. Then we wrap up our music series with the picks of AFC favorite and future guest Joe Saxman.  I'm pretty sure you won't be able to hear Metallica or look at clowns the same way after this episode. Saxman joins me for a 4 hour chat all about music, concerts, growing up and much much more. That episode drops on this feed in 2 weeks.  A very fun episode that I think you will enjoy. Homework assignment for a future show: I want to know about your driving. Do you have road rage? Do you consider yourself or your partner a better driver? Do you know someone whose driving makes you crazy? What do they do? What are their driving quirks that make you crazy and what are yours that make them crazy? Tell me everything! This show is driven by the content you provide! Join the show by clicking on the link pinned to the top of our social media pages. Leave your questions, comments, feedback or whatever you like! COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL AND ANONYMOUS. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! Thanks For Listening!

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology
108. AI Did My Homework: ChatGPT, Cryptocurrency Arrests, and Default Passwords

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 8:07


A podcast about cybersecurity and data privacy viewed through the lens of diverse voices.  Today we will be talking about cybersecurity in the news, and we also have some “Protect ya Neck” news.  Next, we will discuss the impact ChatGPT is having on college courses. Then finally, we will be handing out a cybersecurity award.    You can visit the show's website at www.nothingaboutyou.com 

Lab Out Loud
Help! My Physics Tutor is a Robot!

Lab Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 47:50


Rhett Allain returns to Lab Out Loud for his 5th time to talk about ChatGPT, a novel artificial intelligence chat tool from OpenAI. In the last few months, Rhett has also been exploring how to use ChatGPT to see how it can solve physics homework, serve as a suitable teaching assistant and even write code. Rhett shares his experience as we think about the utility of emerging AI tools and how they might challenge educators to teach differently. Show notes: https://laboutloud.com/2023/01/episode-273-chatgpt/

CASCW podcast
Homework Starts With Home: Greater Minnesota Part Two

CASCW podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 29:15


This episode features four professionals working together to address homelessness in Northwestern, Minnesota. Brandi Wilkie is the Rental Assistance Specialist for Clay County HRA Amy Riccio is the Transitional Student Support and Homeless Liasion for Moorhead School District Sierra Neeland-Martinez is the Youth Self-Sufficiency Advocate for Lakes and Prairies Community Action Chandra Calixte is the Family Case Manager for Churches United Micah's Mission Take a listen to this two-part episode where the group of professionals is in conversation about challenges and opportunities to address homelessness within their respective roles.

CALVARY CHAPEL VERO BEACH

HOMEWORK: 1) Look for two ways in which you are helping others come to and grow in Jesus?2) Look up the term "fulfilled" in a concordance, Blue Letter Bible for instance, and see how it is a reference to Jesus, the Son of God, King of Israel, Savior of the World. REFERENCED VERSES:1 Corinthians 15:1-4; Matthew 1:22-23Matthew 2:5-6. 2:15. 2:23, 3:1-3, 4:13-16Matthew 8:17, 13:34-35, 21:4-5Matthew 26:31, 26:54, 26:56, 27:35,Matthew 12:39, 16:4

CASCW podcast
Homework Starts with Home: Charlotte Kinzley

CASCW podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 39:15


Charlotte Kinzley is the Homeless/Highly Mobile Manager for Minneapolis Public Schools where she supports students and families experiencing homelessness. Over the past 20 years she has developed programming and initiatives in family shelters and supportive housing facilities in Minneapolis. Her focus in this work has been to support the development of young people and to advocate for the importance of stable housing for all families. She currently serves as co-chair of the Hennepin County Family Coordinated Entry Leadership Committee and is a member of the Operations Board for Hennepin County's Continuum of Care. She helps coordinate the Stable Homes Stable Schools initiative which includes a recent expansion through a Homework Starts with Home grant.

CASCW podcast
Homework Starts With Home: Greater Minnesota Part One

CASCW podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 24:07


This episode features four professionals working together to address homelessness in Northwestern, Minnesota. Brandi Wilkie is the Rental Assistance Specialist for Clay County HRA Amy Riccio is the Transitional Student Support and Homeless Liasion for Moorhead School District Sierra Neeland-Martinez is the Youth Self-Sufficiency Advocate for Lakes and Prairies Community Action Chandra Calixte is the Family Case Manager for Churches United Micah's Mission Take a listen to this two-part episode where the group of professionals is in conversation about challenges and opportunities to address homelessness within their respective roles.

Moving Forward Leadership: Inspire | Mentor | Lead
Dealing with the Home / Work Split

Moving Forward Leadership: Inspire | Mentor | Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 21:15


As a leader, it's essential to recognize that people don't leave their work issues at home nor do they leave personal issues at work. Instead, they bring these two lives together in a way some might refer to as “integrated life strategy.” Employees can't afford to be distracted by personal worries while on the job and employees need comfort of family and friends after a rough day at work. Without the ability to let both work and home life blossom, employees often feel unhappy and unproductive. Gone are the days when people believed that work and life were two distinct identities. The truth is, they've become increasingly intertwined in this day and age. In fact, the most successful leaders understand that happy employees are more productive, so it's important to create environments where workers can be their whole selves. Whether you think of it as “work-life integration” or “work-life balance,” it's essential to create an ecosystem in which employees thrive both inside and outside of the workplace. This means allowing them to bring their home issues to work (and vice versa) while still getting the job done. It may seem like a difficult balance to strike, but with the right strategies, it's certainly achievable. Investing in your employees' well-being will pay dividends for years to come. For the complete show notes be sure to check out our website: https://leaddontboss.com/245

Ramble On
Class Rosters Don't Lie

Ramble On

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 56:15


Amy flips the script to interview me about my previous life as a teacher.  We jive about homework, sick days, and being a TILFInstagram: @rambleon.podTikTok: @rambleon.podTikTok: @ramblearoundWebsite: therenegadetees.comBrand Link: renegadesupply.co

Equity
Equity Monday: Twitter rivals, unicorn trivia and valuation homework

Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 11:33


Here's what Natasha chatted about today:Big tech: Good news for Bitcoin and Ethereum, even as late-stage companies in the space cut to stay afloat.Big idea: I had two ones to get through. First, Africa had no new unicorns last year, despite record fundraising raising. What's that all about? Second, I want to talk about Stripe's internal valuation cut, yet again, and what that news means on the outside.Big innovation: I talk about yet another Clearco executive shake up and yet another Clearco round of layoffs, as well as the energy for the fintech moving forward. We end with a look at freshly-backed T2, which is opening up its game plan in a spreadsheet format. We love to see a Twitter rival, love even more to see one utilize the beauty of read-only spreadsheet featuresAs always, you can support me by following me on Twitter and Instagram. The show also tweets from @equitypod, so follow us there and turn on notifications to never miss a new update from your favorite podcast team in tech (ugh, you shouldn't have).Equity drops at 10:00 a.m. PT every Monday and at 7:00 a.m. PT on Wednesdays and Fridays, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotifyand all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews founders, one that details how our stories come together, and more!

Parent Them Successful
#071: Are Your Child's Grades An Accurate Reflection of Their Ability?

Parent Them Successful

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 27:07


How many times have you or your child been stressed out over grades? Maybe you have a child who is a perfectionist and they just break down if they get a B. Or maybe your child has a history of struggling in school. Maybe they just give up trying after they see that first D or F. It could be that your child is somewhere in the middle, floating along that C range where the both of you know that they can do better. Now, if you're the fortunate parent who doesn't stress over grades and whose child doesn't stress either, well just count yourselves fortunate enough to be anomalies. For most of us, there is some stress centered around the outcome of grades. In this episode, I share 10 things to be cautious of when too much emphasis is placed on grades because it can be very detrimental to your child's mental health.Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Purchase your copy of the Between You and Me: Parent and Child Communication Journal. Click here*EMAIL LIST*Click here to join my email list for more free content to help you on your parenting journey!or go to strongermindsstrongeryouth.com/jointhelist*REACH OUT & SHARE*Email me your stories to share with others parents just like you at jessika@strongermindsstrongeryouth.com *CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!!* & *TAG ME IN YOUR STORIES!!!*#jessikashields or @strongermindsstrongeryouthGet Social to Stay Connected!!!Twitter: @Official_SMSYFB: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthInstagram: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessikashieldsTikTok: @Official_SMSYTo access more Podcast resources, visit strongermindsstrongeryouth.comThank you for listening!

Mission City Church
The Role of a Family // Home Work

Mission City Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 37:16


Pastor Matt Surber, of Mission City Church in San Antonio, TX, begins his series on Family.

Tony & Dwight
Highlands Tragedy. Fantastic Football. The Right to Bare Arms? Holiday Homework. Gettin' Old.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 34:14


Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S4 Ep3: What To Do To Maintain A Forward Focus Mindset

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 30:23


It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, invites you to the Forward Focus Career Fast and discusses what to do in 2023 to maintain a forward focus mindset. Scripture of the week: Galatians 5:22-23 (Homework: reflect on these verses throughout your work week) It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast INVEST in the Career Acceleration Secrets Disclosed Course: https://bit.ly/careeraccelerationsecretscourse ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

217 Recovery
January 15th, 2023 - Homework Video for you

217 Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 21:47


Corey might have a new career goal, Marney watches videos, & You have a homework assignment!

On Air With Ryan Seacrest
HIGHLIGHT- Tanya's Homework

On Air With Ryan Seacrest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 4:48


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The Last Word with Matt Cooper
Homework Is An Attack On Childhood, Says Teacher

The Last Word with Matt Cooper

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 9:35


Teacher and Irish Examiner columnist Jennifer Horgan is calling for schools to get rid of homework saying it is an attack on childhood. Jennifer joined Matt on The Last Word to discuss why she thinks there should be little to no homework until students are in 5th year. Catch the full chat by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.

The Mint Condition: NFT and Digital Collectibles Entertainment

TMC has added 2 extra shows a week via Twitter Spaces. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4:00PM ET, hop on Twitter and join the guys in a live "social audio" chat. You can request to come up and particioate in the discussion. On today's show, the guys react to the weekend. Is Memeland too complex for certain people in web3? Should kids use ChatGPT to make their homework easier?Powered by @dGenNetworkWebsite: https://dgen.network/Follow us on Twitter:dGEN Network: https://twitter.com/dGenNetworkTMC Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMintCond​​​​Follow dGEN on all of our Social Media:Discord: https://discord.gg/8vbVZ8vDhrTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dgennetwork?_....FB: https://www.facebook.com/DecentralizedGenerationNetwork/Support the show

Highlights from Moncrieff
'No definite evidence that there are clear benefits to homework'

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 13:50


With the first full week of school ahead, lots of parents will be dreading the return to the homework battle every evening. However, Jennifer Horgan is a teacher who believes there should be absolutely no homework in primary school, and for more reasons than family harmony at dinner time. Jennifer joined Sean on the show to discuss...

Overthrowing Education
Stephen Marche: How Will AI Affect Education? Part 2

Overthrowing Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 50:33


If you haven't yet listened to the first in this AI in Education series, episode 89, you might want to do that first. It's not essential but it does give some background that feeds this episode's discussion.   In that episode, I mention some excellent essays by super prolific author and columnist Stephen Marche. And now Stephen is my special guest on the show today. He is a font of information and a lot of fun to talk with. Among many other aspects, we discussed some great things we can do with AI in our lessons, along with other potential benefits.   Additionally, we addressed how AI will affect homework, tests, and essays in many subjects. We also get into the scary potential for increasing inequity in the education system. And I asked a really important question on many educators' minds – Can AI write lesson plans for us? Speaking of AI writing things for us, I decided to see what would happen when I asked ChatGPT to write my fauxmercial. And I really did give it the first and second prompt that were described in today's fauxmercial, and those really were the responses it gave me. The rest of it I wrote and performed along with Yossie Frankel as the announcer, Tuvia Frankel as the first AI response and Robin Glickstein as the second AI response. After sort of co-writing with ChatGPT, I was really happy to co-write The 5-Minute Game Show with an actual person – Eve Hirschman. It was a lot more fun. Spoiler: Stephen aced his game show. I believe that educators everywhere should be hearing what Stephen has to say, so please share this episode with every educator you know. @stephenmarche on Twitter Find Stephen's essays, novels, non-fiction books, appearances and more at www.stephenmarche.com

Fr. Bill's Podcast Central
FBP 865 - The Light Overcomes the Darkness

Fr. Bill's Podcast Central

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 13:05


Episode 865 (13:05) In this episode: The light Overcomes the Darkness; Demar Hamlin incident; The faith-filled response by the players and others; Talking with someone in a return line after Christmas; Homework ideas for being a light in the darkness Related Web Sites:  Dan Orlovsky Prays for Hamlin My Website Podcast Page All Previous Episodes

Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S4 Ep2: How to Experience a Fruitful Career

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 35:57


Season 4 is here! Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, invites you to the Forward Focus Career Fast and discusses in prayer how to experience a fruitful career. Scripture of the week: Galatians 5:22-23 (Homework: reflect on these verses throughout your work week) It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast INVEST in the Career Acceleration Secrets Disclosed Course: https://bit.ly/careeraccelerationsecretscourse ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Your homework is to stay Home inside your Heart. #GMweekends

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 8:11


Every time you find that place inside that is forever still, you are Home. You are in Heaven.  You can turn any moment into heaven by, 'going into your heart cave' as Ram Dass would say.  Go into your heart cave before you go into your office tomorrow.  Don't leave your heart cave.  Realize you ARE the heart cave, itself.  I Love you and I'm with you, Niknikki@curlynikki.com ▶▶LOVE CHARGING STATION- Free Forum and Live Chat at 6:30am EThttps://forum.curlynikki.com/▶▶Join our new forum, GoOD Friends and enter the Mala Giveaway!Support the show:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmornings__________________________________________Today's Quotes:“Rumi says, ‘The one who brought me here must take me home.' Who is the one who brought you here? That Grace is calling you home. Where is home, which direction is home? You and home are the same thing.”-Mooji "It is foolish to think that we will enter heaven without entering into ourselves."-St. Teresa of Avila "Having never left the house you are looking for the way home."-Nisargadatta Maharj"Be a lamp, or a lifeboat, or a ladder.  Help someone's soul heal.  Walk out of your house like a shepherd."-Rumi "We are called into the inner room, and then out again to serve others."-Carl McColman “Your homework is to stay home inside your heart.”- MoojiSupport the show

Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S4 Ep1: May the FAVOR of God Rest Upon Your Career In 2023

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 23:52


It's a New Year so Season 4 is HERE!  Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, speaks life over your career journey in 2023. Scripture of the week: Psalm 90:17 (Homework: reflect on this verse throughout your work week) It's FASTING Season! Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): https://mailchi.mp/theyoubrandacademy/forward-focus-career-fast INVEST in the Career Acceleration Secrets Disclosed Course: https://bit.ly/careeraccelerationsecretscourse ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

#TeamPXY On Demand
PXY Mornings: SHOW #4 (1/6/22) Hour 4 - Moose's Haircut Experience, Could You Help Your Kid with Homework If You Didn't Have Google?, and What is the Craziest Social Media Message You've Ever Gotten?

#TeamPXY On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 20:16


Check out what you missed on PXY Mornings with Moose and Breezy!

Common Sense Choices with Linda Toupin
Episode 31 | Baking with Einkorn Flour | Linda Toupin: Common Sense Choices

Common Sense Choices with Linda Toupin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 62:39


Subscribe to Linda Toupin: https://rebrand.ly/LindaToupin Episode 31 Baking with Einkorn Flour The most ancient non-hybridized wheat in the world. Guest Speakers Leah Lauchlan & Jeni Tjelle About Common Sense Choices: "We are where we are by the choices we have made, or we have allowed others to make for us." It's a simple truth of personal responsibility. Want to change your life? Change your choices. Join Linda Toupin each week as she covers a wide variety of topics that range from culture and politics to basic life and business skills to how to remain sane in a world gone mad. Expect fun, lively discussion, guest speakers, opportunities for you to contribute and weekly HOMEWORK assignments. In times like these we need STRONG, CONFIDENT citizens who are healthy mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially. Consider your time with her each week to be a life skills class filled with hope and strategy for a better you, which in turn will make a better world. More Linda Toupin: Website: http://lindatoupin.comMerch: http://byjack.com/lindatoupin Follow Linda Toupin: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindatoupin/Facebook: https://facebook.com/LindaToupinEducator Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindatoupin Watch Linda Toupin: Common Sense Choices Podcast: https://bit.ly/ChoicesPodCommon Sense Choices Clips: https://bit.ly/ChoicesClipsLatest Uploads: https://bit.ly/LindaLatest Popular Videos: https://bit.ly/LindaPop About Linda Toupin: Linda was raised on a dairy farm in southeastern Kentucky where she developed a strong work ethic and sense of personal responsibility. These, along with a "milking the cows" mentality (it didn't matter if you were tired, in a bad mood or a relative had just died, the cows still had to be milked) created strong mental health habits and a solid sense of purpose. Linda went from milking cows to waiting tables as she worked her way through college where she earned her Undergraduate and Graduate degrees in Home Economics and Secondary Education. She taught in the public school system for ten years. During that time, she started her own in-home business and, over the next 38 years, built a multi-million dollar sales organization both nationally and internationally. Linda has trained tens of thousands of businesswomen around the globe in life and business skills. She is the mother of two and grandmother of two.

#TeamPXY On Demand
Could You Help Your Kid with Homework If You Didn't Have Google?

#TeamPXY On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 5:36


According to a new survey, two-thirds of parents today say they rely on Google when they help their kids with their homework. Are you one of them?

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
1 - 6-23 WYATT FORGOT HIS HOMEWORK

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:36


1 - 6-23 WYATT FORGOT HIS HOMEWORK by Maine's Coast 93.1

Creative Kids Podcast
35: The Great Homework Debate

Creative Kids Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 5:21


We have all seen or done homework, but we know homework isn't fun. Or is it? Maybe homework actually helps kids, or maybe it doesn't. Adventure with our host, Daniel, and co-host, Avett, into The Great Homework Debate episode.

Musically Minded Mama-for moms wanting to share the gift of music to create a deeper connection with their kids
65// HELP I can't get my child to sit down and do their homework! Use THIS to increase the enjoyment and willingness of your child during homework time.

Musically Minded Mama-for moms wanting to share the gift of music to create a deeper connection with their kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:04


It's time to focus on one thing. Put everything else away and sing, I can do it,  I know I can! Use my brain and follow the plan.   FOCUS...a hard thing to get a child to do after a long day at school. In today's episode, I give you a free tip to help your little ones focus and get homework done. It makes an enjoyable, stress-free, engaging time.  Listen in to hear the secret!   Let's make memories and music together!   Support our single "Mama Cry" on Apple Music https://music.apple.com/us/album/mama-cry/1554424288?i=1554424294    Support our single "Mama Cry" on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/1ZG2UFIH00IPMh6BkAGXMX?si=2760cf947dbc48e9  Connect-->Jo-Anne@musicallymindedmama.com    Social Media-->https://www.instagram.com/MusicallyMindedMama/    Facebook Group--https://calendly.com/jkitson88/15min 

In It: Raising Kids with Learning and Attention Issues
Homework battles: What really matters

In It: Raising Kids with Learning and Attention Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 23:14


Homework. It's a source of battles in many families. But does it have to be? How can we approach homework so that it doesn't cause so much stress for our kids — and ourselves?  In this episode, hosts Rachel Bozek and Gretchen Vierstra talk all things homework with special education teacher Shira Moskovitz. Hear Shira bust common homework myths, like why the best time to do homework isn't always right after school. And why it's OK if your child's homework station is a bit messy. Plus, get tips on how to give kids homework support while fostering their independence.  To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood.We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at init@understood.org.Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shaping the world so the 70 million people in the U.S. with learning and thinking differences can thrive. Learn more about In It and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2023 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved.

Rochester Business Connections
LST #50: Stan Phelps || Building Bulletproof Brands: The Art of Differentiation and Superior Service

Rochester Business Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 55:46


Learn Speak Teach Episode 50 w/ Stan Phelps! Watch The Full Episode: https://youtu.be/QiEuhP8lU0M ---- Full Show Notes: https://realbusinessconnections.com/episode/stanphelps/ ---- During this episode, you will learn about; [00:00] Episode intro and a quick bio of our guest; Stan Phelps [06:34] Stan's rainbow of 11 colored goldfish. [13:04] An example of a business that has the massive goldfish differentiation [18:23] Stan's background [27:38] Value-based techniques to differentiate [33:22] Purple, Green, and Gold Goldfish [35:20] Case study on the impact of doing a little something extra on sales [44:54] “The pick-end rule” [46:25] Ben's biggest takeaway from reading Pink Goldfish [48:40] Flawesomeness [52:01] What Stan is working on right now and how we can support him [53:14] How to reach out, connect, and learn more about Stan [52:43] Homework: How to start owning your flaws to be different and unique [54:55] Final Thoughts Key Takeaways: ~ No one has control over their market, their competition, let alone the economy. The only thing you can control is how you differentiate in what you do. It's hard to differentiate with what you offer, but you can differentiate in how you do it and why you do it. ~ [11:54] ~ Referred customers are more valuable to you than the traditionally acquired customer. They stay longer. They spend more money, twice the amount of money as traditional customers, and since they have been referred themselves, they refer up to twice the number over their lifetime. ~ [23:11] ~On time is a myth, people in life are either early or they are late. No one is ever just on time and the same thing applies to the customers we serve each and every day. No one has ever just exactly met the expectations of a customers they serve. We either exceed the expectations or fall short. This gives the choice of doing a little more or a little less. ~ [26:58] ~70% of people buy based on experience, 30% buy solely buy based on price. Given a choice, never compete based on price. It's a race to the bottom. Provide something that makes you different from all of your competition and give your people a reason to talk about you ~ [32:33] ~People make a decision very quickly when visiting an establishment or starting a new job, whether or not they will come back and stay for the long term. How you manage that first impression is key, and before somebody walks out the door, logs off your sight, or hangs on the phone, how you manage that last impression is key. ~ [44:20] ~Every weakness has a corresponding strength to it, but we tend to try to fit in and live by the norms of our industry or where we live. A lot of times, by conforming, we try to correct the things that are unique about us to fit in. What makes us weird, unique, and different is truly what makes us wonderful. ~ [49:05] ~Your brand today is no longer what you tell people it's. It's the differentiated experience your employees deliver, it's what you stand for, how your customers feel, and most importantly, your brand is what your customers and employees tell others about their experience. ~ [52:41] ---- LST is powered by www.balbertmarketing.com

Wendys Whinnies
No. 173. Rebecca Husted - Barn Fire Precautions and Prevention, resources in the description.

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 77:48


Rebecca Gimenez Husted, BS, Ph.D., is the primary instructor and president of Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue. Her first book, Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue, was published in 2008. She is an internationally sought instructor in technical rescue techniques, procedures, and methodologies, and she has published numerous critiques, articles, and journal submissions on horse safety, technical large animal rescue, and horse handling issues. "Homework for Horse Owners" is the follow-up for all the people attending. NFPA 150 is FREE to read (all you really need) at https://www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standa... But if you want to download it is a paid service. A great story on the newest version of it is at https://www.nfpa.org/News-and-Researc... Barn Fire ONLINE PREVENTION tool -https://www.equineguelph.ca/Tools/fir... A few papers.... on details of barn fires.... the links are here and a PDF is attached... didn't know which was preferred. https://www.equineguelph.ca/pdf/tools... and http://www.horsemensdistressfund.com/...

Happiness Ask Dr. Ellen Kenner Any Question radio show
Homework ~ How can I get my third grader to do his homework?

Happiness Ask Dr. Ellen Kenner Any Question radio show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 12:00


Homework ~ How can I get my third grader to do his homework? Listen to caller's personal dramas four times each week as Dr. Kenner takes your calls and questions on parenting, romance, love, family, marriage, divorce, hobbies, career, mental health - any personal issue! Call anytime, toll free 877-Dr-Kenner. Visit www.drkenner.com for more information about the show.

Peculiar Career Chit Chat
S3 Ep67: Your Career Is In God's Hands

Peculiar Career Chit Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 22:56


Tune in to this career empowerment message as your favorite Career Coach, Crystal Williams, reminds your career is in God's hands! Scripture of the week: Psalm 37:4 (Homework: reflect on this verse throughout your work week) Join the Forward Focus Career Fast (1/9-1/27): Email hello@theyoubrandacademy.com and simply state "I'm In". INVEST in the Career Acceleration Secrets Disclosed Course: https://bit.ly/careeraccelerationsecretscourse ***Download the Peculiar Career Chit Chat playlist on Apple Music: https://apple.co/3DoUwHN P.S. If you have any prayer requests simply send them to hello@theyoubrandacademy.com Need help elevating to the next level in your career journey??? Simply book a complimentary consultation: http://bit.ly/elevatemycareer Additionally, follow Crystal on social media: IG- @crystalcareergems, FB-The YOU Brand Academy, LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/crystalclearcareercoaching/

The Shark Effect
The benefits of doing your homework (on yourself first) | Anthony "Q" Newman

The Shark Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 50:52


This is a refurbished episode (it aired back in February of 2022). Anthony Q. Newman played 12-years in the NFL (Rams, Saints, & Raiders) and is now a talk show host and radio personality. Before that, he was a highly decorated college football player at the University of Oregon (Go Ducks). Anthony shares some poignant moments when he finished playing professionally and the curse that many professional athletes have to battle when they are done playing their sport. Anthony was inspired at a young age to give back to the athletes in Oregon. Since realigning himself and what his new passion is, he has had an amazing amount of success. Have a listen to his journey.What we discussed:The importance of doing the "homework" when it comes to relationshipsMoments when you were told you weren't good enoughThe reason why most people view passion as angerThe biggest difference between good & bad leadershipA conversation with Al Davis that created a fan for lifeHow to align your passion with your purposeThe best advice Anthony would give his 22-year-old selfConnect w/Anthony:WebsiteLet's connect:My book (The Ultimate Playbook for High Achievement) LinkedInIGFacebookwebsiteHigh Achievers Academy*Get yourself a UV Brite water bottle!! Use coupon code Sharkeffect15 for 15% off!!**Get stronger w/Frog Fuel!! Use coupon code Sharkeffect20 for 20% off of your 1st order!

Making Math Moments That Matter
How Much Homework Should I Assign in Math Class?

Making Math Moments That Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 38:13 Very Popular


In this episode, Jon & Kyle discuss what role (if any) that homework should play in math class across the K-12 grade bands. Stick around as we dig into some common “rules of thumb” such as the “10 minutes of homework per day per grade” rule, what different groups and organizations are suggesting, and of course, what the research tells us. As always, we'll be giving you some of our perspectives based on some of the opinions and research out there as well as dig into some of the strategies we've used over the years to help you get a hold of your homework situation.Grab on to your homework binders and grab a pencil because class is out and it's time to dig into your homework for the day!You'll Learn: When you should give homework and when you should hold off from assigning it; Should we follow the “10 minutes per day per grade rule?What your homework assignment should look like; and, How to decide if you should assign homework;  Resources: Is the 10 Minute Rule for Homework Accurate? Lagging Homework by Henri PicciottoIs Homework Good for Kids? Here's What The Research SaysDoes Homework Improve Academic Achievement? A Synthesis of Research, 1987-2003Stanford Research Shows Pitfalls of Homework District Leader Resources:The Make Math Moments District Planning Workbook [First 3 pages] Learn About Our District Improvement ProgramAre you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with us!Grab the free Make Math Moments 3-Part Framework Guidebook to extend your learning from this podcast! Grab the book here --> https://makemthathmoments.com/framework/