Moral quality of truthfulness
We all know the saying "secrets don't make friends," am I right? Well, secrets also diminish our own well-being and quality of life. We fear judgment at the expense of being honest and this stress of holding something inside us chips away at our health, our relationships, and our happiness. Today we talk about not feeling guilty, embarrassed, or anxious about our secrets. Honesty is truly the best policy and a way to lighten the load on your heart for good.
Do you excuse your little white lies? Does Jesus?Tune in as Cynthia explores Jesus words.
Today we are joined by psychotherapist Elliott Connie to discuss Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Parental Discipline, Conversation, Honesty and more! In addition to that, we open up the phone lines to ask our listeners "What Is The Pettiest Thing You've Ever Done?". Finally, we find out why Charlamagne gives Donkey Of The Day to a man who was just released from prison.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One of the key traits of an addict is lying... And it's this trait that drives everyone crazy! In the context of marriage, so often husbands think they're doing something noble by hiding their addiction to porn while their partners can't fathom why they would be so deceitful. This causes such tension in their connection, intimacy and trust and leaves them both feeling disconnected and misunderstood. The reality is, secrets lead to damaged intimacy. There's a quote we love that says "where secrets are present, intimacy is absent" and we live by it 100%. When a man decides to hide his addiction to porn, or the continued relapses to pornography, he is destroying trust and intimacy every second he keeps it a secret. And it's not only because of his wife but also because secrets are like drinking poison! This is why we want to talk in this episode about making right-standing (righteous) decisions rather than good/nice decisions (self-righteous). We're talking about the choice to honor God before you honor man, or the choice to honor emotions and feelings before God. This is HUGE, and plays an incredible role in your recovery, marriage and dignity as a human being. The main points we will cover in the show are: 1. The difference between right standing and being good 2. What does lying really do to a relationship 3. What we all need and long for as humans 4. Doing a full disclosure ("D-Day") 5. How to become a person of right standing This is an episode we believe will make a huge impact on all areas of life. Regardless if that's helping you with porn addiction, masturbation compulsion, porn-induced erectile dysfunction, betrayal trauma or other sexual struggles, we trust that God works in these places when we truly humble ourselves and surrender to His truth and not our own idea of morality. Ready to quit porn, follow our 3-step plan: 1. Join our free men's community 2. Sign up for a free course in the community 3. Start 1 on 1 coaching Please rate & review our show, it helps others hear our content and get the help they're searching for! It only takes 2 minutes :)
Paget Brewster, The Captain and Hitchy are BACK to discuss the disaster that is (no) SEX WEEK! WHITE LOTUS! APOCALYPSE NOW! MONKEYS!- Arden thinks Jesse was STILL hammered during their morning chat! - Paget gives a CHILLING perfeormace as Kaity at the Rose Ceremony! - Doug thinks Zack shot a live cricket out of his ass! - Hitchy said a monkey was blowing a banana watch Zach shower! All that plus........TWEET OF THE WEEK! WANT MORE EPISODES??? Become a Patreon Member!! www.patreon.com/wyatr Like us on Facebook follow us on iTunes! EMAIL US!!! Rosepodcast@gmail.com Follow us on: Twitter/ instagram #WYATR @ardenmyrin TIKTOK @ardenmyrinofficialSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pawley and Michele talk some food porn and then discuss mocktails, cravings, recovery sayings and Macklemore's relapse.to learn more about the pod visit: www.recoverycast.org
We all know honesty is a good idea. But how is this hard? What are we hiding from? What are we afraid of? It turns out we have plenty of reasons and plenty of company. This “good idea” is a steep climb and offers a big reward—let's walk through both of that together. As we continue our series, “Good Ideas,” Pastor Ben Feldott of Cape Cod Church talks about one of the hardest kinds of honesty, and that is being honest with ourselves. First time listening to our podcast? We'd like to get to know you! Head over to: http://bit.ly/connectcardccc. Connect with us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/capecodchurch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/capecodchurch/ Website: http://capecodchurch.com Connect Card: https://bit.ly/connectcardccc
I had the opportunity to sit down with Devin Johnson, the CEO of Kennected.io a tech company dedicated to people before profits. Devin overcame many challenges in his life to become the leader and successful businessman he is today. Listen to his compelling story and you will be motivated to succeed in your life and profession. A must listen by anyone but esspecially teens seeking direction in their lives. Learn that smart choice made early lead to tremendous success. learn more about Devin at www.admiralsalmanac.com.
Ageless Conversations with Tamika McTier
In this episode, I'm joined by Faith Coach and everyone's favorite Bible Teacher, Courage Molina! Courage is the Lead & Founding Pastor for Bold Faith Community Church, the author of Power Principles of Courageous Living, and the host of the award-winning podcast, Dose of Courage.Courage is on a mission to help ambitious, purpose-driven women build extraordinary faith so that they have the confidence to go after the life they really want. She believes the foundation of becoming your most bold, confident and courageous self is in the daily habit of studying and applying the word of God to your life.Connect with the Tamika@_tamikamctierConnect with Courage@courgemolina @boldfaithchurch
Medicine Revived Podcast: Learn, Grow, and Thrive
Transitions Daily Alcoholics Anonymous Recovery Readings Podcast
The daily distribution consists of different recovery quotes daily from various resources, including; Twenty-Four Hours a Day, A.A. Thought for the Day, Daily Reflections, Big Book Quote, Just for Today, As Bill Sees It, plus more! This podcast is a short daily audio provided by the online recovery group Transitions Daily. Transitions Daily also distributes this same content in a daily email with a secret Facebook group for discussion. Go to www.DailyAAEmails.com for more information. Do you want to stop drinking? Have you ever listened to sobriety podcasts? Does alcoholism or addiction run in your family? Have you tried Alcoholics Anonymous or the 12 Steps of A.A.? Are you considering how to get sober? Are you seriously thinking about sobriety for the first time? Is alcohol controlling your life as never before? If so, you will definitely want to check out this recovery podcast.
A best-selling author, an award-winning songwriter and a veteran business coach for over 2 decades. Eliot has written words and provided coaching and counsel to inspire people to change. His critically-acclaimed book "Circle: Letters to my Younger Self" chronicles his upbringing from childhood abuse, addictions to shining in a multi-faceted career. His award-winning songs have been heard on TV Shows, Commercials, Films and Artist Placements around the World. As a business coach, he has counseled over 4,600 businesses in 22 years generating over $150 Million in combined revenue. The future looks bright! This episode is brought to you by Authors Unite. Authors Unite provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful author. You can learn more about Authors Unite here: https://authorsunite.com/ Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on my future videos. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authorsunite/support
Do or do not. There is no try. And that, friends, could be all I need to say when it comes to honesty. Do or do not. There is no try. There is no “brutal” honesty. There is no qualifier in front of it. You are, or aren't. There is, however, something called discretion. There is a time when unvarnished, forthright communication gets to be tempered, consider the context and whether the person is in a place to hear the information. That said, the other thing that came up for me this week around honesty is that Being honest seems now also to require Gladiator-level courage. Musing on that and how honesty and vulnerability are powerfully connected. What does leadership actually mean in today's world? Good questions, right? That's what Cathy Brooks, thought. And it's why she created Talk, Unleashed – a new podcast of entirely candid conversations with fascinating people doing remarkable things. This weekly podcast features guests from arts and entertainment to business to technology to food to activism to politics (well, we'll see on that last one). Talk Unleashed invites these influencers to consider the things that have led to them to where they are, the lessons they've learned and how all those things can come together to create a better world. This podcast compliments Unleashed Leadership, the coaching business through which Cathy helps clients unearth and untether their own internal leadership and connect with others in a way that truly engages. Recently Cathy joined Paris-based start-up OpenBubble as Co-Founder and Chief Communications Officer. OpenBubble's mission is to break through issues of isolation and separation in society by creating a powerful way for people to connect and talk – with no agenda. #leadership #honesty #communication #responsibility #OpenBubble #Conversation #connection #TalkUnleashed #UnleashedConversation #UnleashedLeadership #FixYourEndofTheLeash
Bruce Barry is a Professor of Management and Sociology at the University of Vanderbilt. He's an international authority on negotiation, ethics, and workplace rights, and he's the author of the book, Speechless: The Erosion of Free Expression in the American Workplace, which was published in 2007. Bruce serves on the national board of directors on the ACLU, and his textbook on Negotiation is the most widely used book on the subject in colleges and universities worldwide. Bruce earned an undergraduate degree in Foreign Affairs and Speech Communication from the University of Virginia, a master's degree in Speech Communication from the University of Virginia, and a PhD in business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
They're back for 2023! The Hauraki Big Show with Jase, Mike and Keyzie answering your questions, reading your jokes and solving your problems on the Big Show Podcast Outro! Need some advice of your own, or have any jokes? Get in touch with us on the Big Show Instagram @haurakibigshow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Million Dollar Mastermind with Larry Weidel
In this episode of Million Dollar Mastermind podcast, Host Larry Weidel is joined by Jonathan DeYoe, Senior Vice President of EP Wealth Advisors. They delve into the importance of knowing how to sell when starting a business; the secret to networking and retaining happy clients; and an interesting, movie-like story about a corrupt boss he once had!
***WARNING***This episode does contain some explicit language. In other words, make sure the kiddos aren't around or you have a good pair of earbuds.In this episode, I get to introduce you to Joey Papa. His story is one of pain, loss, and amazing redemption.Check out Joey's podcast, The Failed Christian.***This link allows you to support The Nook financially: Support the showQuestions or comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin The Nook Facebook page!Steven's Social Media:Instagram and TwitterCheck out some great Christian apparel: Pace Christian ClothingUse the promo code "STEVEM15" and save 15% on your order!
Great Quotes for Coaches Podcast
Today we move to a new theme of the week - Living with Honor. I chose this theme because this week I will be delivering a speech at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at the high school in my hometown. So I thought since the concept of Honor is on my mind and my focus for these few days, I should make it be the theme of the week. I have two quotes for you today, plus a couple of definitions when it comes to honor. Finally, you will also hear the 4 Pillars of the National Honor Society. For more information to help you on your road to becoming your best, check us out at SlamDunkSuccess.com or email me at email@example.com.As always, our background music is "Dance in the Sun" by Krisztian Vass.
Hey babe! I've got some HONESTY dropping today. I am not only calling myself out - I'm forcing myself to STEP UP. In today's episode, I fill you in on what I've been doing and how I've allowed myself to get complacent with my goals. We are all about growth and continuing to grow on our journey of life. There is no room for letting off the gas and coasting. It is time to step up and get to work - and we are going to do it TOGETHER.Chat soon,BrooklynPlease leave a review!Support the show by sharing it with your friends and on social media. Don't forget to tag me! @brooklynragsdale
In this episode, we talk about the complex topic of “I'm white and I'm proud”. We discuss the dilemmas people face about being proud of who they are because of history. We recognize that everyone has their own unique struggles and challenges and that comparing them is not productive. Instead, we should focus on the importance of using our shared experiences to connect with one another.Resources:https://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/victim-mentality
Please give Talking to Teens 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Reviews help other parents find us and helps us keep the lights on! Thanks for listening!It doesn't take long for a disagreement with teens to turn into a full-fledged battlefield. One minute, you're just trying to ask about their day, the next they're saying they hate you and slamming the door in your face. And no matter how much we resolve to make our interactions calmer and more productive, we seem to get stuck repeating the same drama over and over again.If we want to break free from this cycle, we have to find new ways to communicate with our kids. This requires us to go past the surface level and dive into how kids are really feeling-and what they really mean when they say “I hate you.”To help us escape from the cycle of miscommunication, we're talking to Rick Hanson, author of multiple bestselling books, including the most recent, Making Great Relationships: Simple Practices for Solving Conflicts, Building Connection, and Fostering Love. Rick is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, and the founder of the Global Compassion Coalition and the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom.In our interview, we're talking about why teens are so harsh in their communication with parents–and what they're really trying to do when they're hurling insults at us. Plus, how parents can be less reactive when kids are pushing our buttons.The Truth About Teen AngstTeenagers in TV, movies, and popular culture are often depicted as rude and rebellious–could our media be normalizing teen angst? This cultural conditioning definitely contributes to teens' attitudes, says Rick. Teens are also generally hardwired to be selfish, he explains, and since their biological development isn't quite complete, and they've still got some empathy left to learn. If you feel like teens are behaving selfishly, it likely isn't because they're inherently self-absorbed, it's teenagers as a whole. It can be helpful to remember that, and not take things too personally, says Rick.Behind our teen's anger, they're usually hurting, says Rick. Being a teen is no easy task, and our kids might be feeling lost or upset without any way to express their feelings. We expect teens to sit through school all day, ignore many of their most tempting pleasurable pastimes, and push them towards far-off careers that they may not even want. All of this combined with bullying, mental health issues, eating disorders, and the perils of social media can be pretty overwhelming, explains Rick. It might be wise to keep all this in mind the next time we think kids are being unreasonably moody, Rick says.In the episode, Rick explains how we can use empathy and imagination to reach kids instead. By attempting patience and open communication, we can create a more communicative environment where concerts and feelings are talked about in a real way, Rick explains. Intention is important, especially when it comes to interpreting teens behavior. If we assume they're intending to offend us or bring us down, then we'll retaliate, and the cycle of negativity continues.So how can we as parents react more patiently when kids are being difficult? Rick and I discuss how we can improve your communication in the episode.Creating Better CommunicationOne way we can foster positive communication with our teens is by embracing vulnerability, says Rick. Sometimes it can be challenging to find the right level of honesty without oversharing or losing our parental authority, but if we want to have open communication, parental vulnerability is key, he explains. If we tell them how their behavior makes us feel, they might start to understand the consequences that their words can have, or become more aware of the fact that you're not their enemy, says Rick.Sometimes, we've also just got to get to the bottom of what kids need, and find a way to create a compromise with them. When they're begging us for permission to go to a party where underage drinking and other shenanigans are bound to take place, Rick encourages us to listen and understand what they really want: to fit in, feel popular, and have fun. He suggests that we maybe let them go, so long as they promise to come home at a certain hour, prove that there's someone to drive them safely to and from, or whatever we feel comfortable with as a parent.No matter what, being criticized by teens is inevitable, and it's just something parents pretty much have to live with, Rick explains. We can't control what teens say to us, but we can control how we react, he says. At the end of the day, we might actually feel grateful to teens for their criticism, as it's a preferable alternative to being totally cut off. In the episode, Rick pulls from his experiences as a family therapist to share why teens end up cutting off parents as they move into adulthood and how we can prevent it from happening in our own families.When a teen starts to act up or things get heated between the two of you, it's easy to let our emotions get the best of us and turn us into yelling, screaming authority seekers. If we can learn to redirect our emotions instead, we'll be better off, says Rick. In the episode, he and I are discussing how we can stay cool, even when our emotions are running hot.The Value of Emotional RegulationRick and I talk in our interview about love vs. aspiration vs. authority, and how much of a role each should play in parenting. Rick believes that love, of course, should be a big part of how we treat kids, while also aspiring for them to improve and become better versions of themselves. Authority, on the other hand, is typically pretty ineffective, he explains. Of course, there are rules and boundaries that need to be set, but when there's a struggle between you and your teen, trying to squash it with your authority will never quite do the trick. Instead, you'll just push you and your teen farther apart.This need for authority is often tied to anger, which is one of the worst ways we can react when teens are pressing us. Rick reminds us how important it is to be in tune with our own feelings and ensure our emotional stability before lashing out a teen. If we take a minute to slow things down and chill out, we might realize that there's something below the surface of our anger–like concern for our teen's wellbeing or frustration over lack of communication. If we can then explain our feelings to teens instead of just hurling angry words, there's a much better chance that issues will be resolved, Rick says.Sometimes, this includes admitting our own faults, Rick says. If a kid tells us we never listen, what do they really mean? He encourages us to reflect and see where we might be struggling in the listening department, or what about a teen's criticism might have an element of truth. Admitting fault or at least learning to explain our behavior can be an important way of letting teens know that we care about their feelings and that we want to preserve our relationship with them, Rick says.In the Episode… Rick and I cover a lot of ground in this week's episode! On top of the topics discussed above, we also talk about: Why we can feel “stuck” in our relationships How we can put an end to moralistic shaming Why our brains are biased towards negativity How we can be less defensive If you enjoyed this week's episode, you can find more from Rick on his website, rickhanson.net. Don't forget to share and subscribe, and we'll see you next week!
Leadership is a crucial aspect of any organization or community. Effective leadership can inspire, motivate, and guide individuals and teams towards a shared goal. However, despite its importance, leadership is not without its challenges. In this blog post, we will explore the biggest issue about leadership and its impact on organizations and individuals. One of the biggest issues about leadership is the lack of trust between leaders and followers. Trust is a fundamental element of any relationship, including the relationship between leaders and their followers. Without trust, it is challenging for leaders to influence their followers positively, and for followers to follow their leaders willingly. A lack of trust can lead to a breakdown in communication, reduced productivity, and increased conflict within the organization. Leaders can lose the trust of their followers in several ways. One common way is by failing to keep promises. When leaders make promises and fail to follow through on them, they undermine their credibility and erode the trust of their followers. Another way is by not being transparent. When leaders are not transparent about their decision-making processes, their followers may feel excluded and distrustful of their intentions. The lack of trust in leadership can have severe consequences for organizations. Employees may become disengaged, leading to decreased productivity and increased turnover. Additionally, when trust is lost, it can be challenging to regain, resulting in long-term damage to the organization's culture and reputation. To address the issue of trust in leadership, leaders must prioritize transparency, honesty, and integrity. They should be open about their decision-making processes and communicate with their followers regularly. Leaders should also follow through on their promises and be accountable for their actions. By doing so, leaders can build trust with their followers and foster a positive and productive work environment. In conclusion, the lack of trust in leadership is one of the biggest issues facing organizations today. Without trust, leaders cannot effectively lead their followers, and organizations cannot achieve their goals. To address this issue, leaders must prioritize transparency, honesty, and integrity to build trust with their followers and create a positive work environment. Please go to www.abqpodcast.com where you can get show notes, resources, and links to everything we talked about today to help you navigate your journey as an entrepreneur and business owner. Be sure to follow me on Instagram at @abqjasonrigby or Twitter at @abqjasonrigby also don't forget to sign up for our email list where I drop exclusive business strategies & marketing secrets to help you and your business grow!
Living Faith Christian Church Sermons
Honesty is an important part of our relationship with God. As loved children of God, we can come to our Father with our real and raw hearts. Christian maturity is not appearing to have it all together on the outside but actually about growing in childlikeness.
Pastor Scott wraps up the Reformation series with the most important part of our journeys in life: Honesty.
Church In The Wild - Wild Honesty - Pastor Josh Reece - 3.12.23 by Vertical Church
Join me on a guided meditation into Hekate's cave, where you will connect with Hekate and her key of honesty.Honesty is a foundational practice in bad-ass witchery, and this meditation helps get you in touch with your truest truth—that which is inside you yearning to be known to the world.This meditation is designed to work hand-in-hand with the information and practices from the Hekate's Key of Honesty video. Enjoy!Stay safe out there, loves, and Use Your Voice. XxPlease subscribe, rate, and review on whatever podcast app you use, or on YouTube!1 on 1 Coaching: www.squeakyscauldron.com/coachingPatreon: patreon.com/user?u=89550657Free Shadow Workbook: www.squeakyscauldron.com/moonpagesFollow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/squeakys_cauldron
YUTORAH: R' Moshe Taragin -- Recent Shiurim
If honesty is so important, why is it so damn hard? Well, we could spend a week unpacking that, but in short: fear. Being honest is scary. It puts you way out in vulnerable territory, because if you're honest about something—like what you need—and you get rejected, it can cut right to the quick.And yet…when you're not honest, there's no chance your needs ever get met, by anyone. Including yourself. And that gives rise to alllll sorts of problems.This video explores how Hekate's Key of Honesty can unlock the Gate of Unrest and bring some peace into your life. Stay safe out there, loves, and Use Your Voice. XxPlease subscribe, rate, and review on whatever podcast app you use, or on YouTube!1 on 1 Coaching: www.squeakyscauldron.com/coachingPatreon: patreon.com/user?u=89550657Free Shadow Workbook: www.squeakyscauldron.com/moonpagesFollow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/squeakys_cauldron
We're back with another solo episode of Honesty Hour! The fans submit their questions for advice from host Erica Spera, and she gets brutally honest. Submit your questions or dating TikToks of us to discuss on the show @shootersgottashootpod Join the Patreon to support the show and for extra episodes: https://www.patreon.com/Shootersgottashoot Watch full episodes and clips on our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/ShootersGottaShootPodcast Follow us on Instagram: Erica Spera: https://www.instagram.com/spericaa // Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/shootersgottashootpod Email us your questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram If you'd like to join Erica's NYC based Herpes Support group: https://www.meetup.com/NYC-Herpes-Support-Meetup/ or you can Email: email@example.com www.shootersgottashoot.com **LEAVE A RATING AND REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS** --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shootersgottashoot/support
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Uncommon Sense with Ginny Robinson
On this episode, I will be addressing the Catholics who addressed me in the comments of a recent tweet of mine where I said, “The best thing Catholics can give up for Lent is Catholicism.” I stand by what I said, and on this episode, I will go over, in a little more detail, why I feel that way. We'll be doing more episodes on Catholicism, never fear, Catholics. ;)—https://www.thebrandsunday.com/products/the-bible-study-physical
The other day, I was at the gym and wanted to move from supporter weights to free. I went and grabbed a personal trainer and asked her if she could help. She asked me what I wanted to achieve, what I was currently doing, and how committed I was to the training. And then she gave me one new exercise. She demonstrated it and then asked me to teach her how to do it. It is very similar to what I do as a mentor.People ask me the difference between a coach and a mentor. I am a qualified coach and have mentored in my corporate life and myself. Here is an example to explain how I see the two:Coach - Holds glass in different ways to see what liquid is inside. The liquid is owned by the coachee. A coach doesn't give advice - gets the coachee to see different perspectives.Mentor - Knows what glasses to use for what occasions and shares experiences.Both are used, but there is a difference. I like to mentor as I have built and sold a cloud consulting business, so I draw on those experiences.Five steps Step one - Trust A mentor and mentee relationship is built on trust. To gain trust, it helps to see what is behind the guard. I ask questions and dig into what drives them and what will change their lives. Also good to know the family as they directly impact and benefit from the change.Step two - Honesty corner Do a diagnostic to benchmark what is working, what isn't, and what can be added—Benchmark against the blueprint - Business model /Sales and marketing engine and High performing team. Two key areas of focus - Financials and ICP. Financials don't tell white lies - owners do. ICP is the hardest decision you make, and the rest follows.Step three - Focus Set 90-day goals and strategies from the diagnostic. Step four - Accountability Weeky calls covering wins, new deals, Existing clients, plans, and 3 key action items. Notes taken and calls recorded.Step five - Unfair advantage I know you're already busy and don't need more work. My team will help you. I've got frameworks, experts, and a network you can leverage. As an African proverb says - Go fast alone - go far together.A mentor should help you make life-changing decisions based on their experience and considering your circumstances.Like to experience a free strategy session, book a call at talkpaul.com Agree if it is right for you before proceeding.Key actions from today:Look for a mentor Book a call for me to help talkpaul.com Please follow me on Linkedin to get content specifically for Cloud Consultants.Links455 - Show NotesCloud Consultants CollectiveScaling BlueprintSendSparkJoin our newsletter Connect With PaulOn...
Guy Spier is back! Three years after our first interview (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jGs_PC8EQX8fIuSUCt8PEcWD0O3GH__), I had the pleasure of interviewing Guy Spier of Aquamarine Capital again in his library in Zurich.
Honesty is a crucial aspect of any 12-step recovery program, it is essential, to be honest about one's feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Many people with addiction struggle with denial, which can prevent them from acknowledging the extent of their problem. By being honest, individuals in recovery can begin to confront the reality of their addiction and take the necessary steps to overcome it. Another reason why honesty is important in a 12-step recovery program is because it helps build trust and accountability. Recovery requires a strong support network, and that network relies on trust and honesty. When individuals are honest about their struggles and progress, they can build stronger relationships with others in recovery. Honesty also holds individuals accountable for their actions and helps them stay on track with their recovery goals. Tonight, we talk about the Importance of Honesty http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Martin, Todd, Teresa, Kim, Becky, Shelly, Amanda, Christy, Niki, Jim, Vicki, Penny, Jenny, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Kim, Tonja, Michael, Sean, Karen, Kendy, Michael, Tony, Sam, Chris, Cristie, Nicole, Falisha Made their Sustaining Partner Donations http://recoveredcast.com/partner This episode is sponsored by Janice, Kurt, Diane, Gigi, Michael, Chris, Tasha, Helen, McQ They used the donation button found on our website at recoveredcast.com/donation
Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing
Honesty drives our trust and respect in other people. Honesty helps build mutually long lasting and beneficial relationships. When you're honest you're completely open and transparent. It's very difficult for there to be misunderstanding and frustrations. It takes courage to be honest, especially when being honest is uncomfortable and challenging. When you're honest you're showing you live with integrity and you're inspiring others to do the exact same, creating a better space for everyone involved. Own your power with this Success Tip.
Trinity Church Of The Vail Valley
This is a special message by Pastor Ethan Moore, Trinity Church of the Vail ValleyPodcast by Ethan
A Word from Our Outpost: Faithful Formation for Catholic Missionary Disciples on Prayer, Evangelization, Scripture, and Disci
The most perfect prayer, taught by the perfect Teacher, is the Our Father. But we're not perfect pray-ers, and it's worth taking some time to look at the prayer taught by Christ and see what lessons we still have to learn from it. Because, guaranteed, none of us are able to pray the Our Father with our desires rightly ordered, yet. St. Augustine wrote, "The entire life of a good Christian is in fact an exercise of holy desire" and we still need a fair bit of exercise... Feel free to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out what we're up to at www.ouroutpost.org!
Are you aware of the new changes in the tax laws that will impact your 2022 Return? Do you know the steps you can take now to be ready for your 2023 Filing? This week on The Abundant Living Podcast, we sat down with Nicole Freeman-Kirkland, CPA, to discuss the changes to the new tax laws affecting your personal and business filings for 2022 and what you can do to reduce your tax liability. Let's Embrace Abundant Living: 07:00 - Integrity and Honesty in Tax Preparations 12:30 - Changes to the Tax Laws 21:45 - Avoiding Identity Theft 26:00 - Best Tax Practices for the Business Owner 40:00 - Filing an Extension Top Tax Tips Takeaways “Let us use wisdom to reduce our tax liability.” - Weslia Echols “There are many ways to reduce your tax liability, but you have to use honesty and integrity.” - Weslia Echols “The Sauce is not a secret. Be ready from A to Z for tax time.” - Nicole Freeman-Kirkland “Request a PIN Number from the IRS to protect yourself from Identity Theft.” - Nicole Freeman-Kirkland “If you work for an employer you cannot deduct at home expenses, but if you have a business that you run from home you can deduct them.” - Nicole Freeman-Kirkland “File an extension and pay the estimated tax.” - Willa Williams Connect with Nicole Instagram: @TheProfitista | https://www.instagram.com/theprofitista/ Facebook: @TheProfit-ista TikTok: @TheProfitista The Blueprint To Profits Masterclass: https://www.theprofit-ista.com/ Website: https://www.bythenumberzcpa.com/ Email: email@example.com Let's Connect Contact us today and let's talk about how we can help you reach your financial goals. Schedule a 30-min Discovery Call: https://www.mytfcoach.com/book-online Connect with Weslia Echols, AFC® and Willa Williams, AFC®, Trinity Financial Coaching Instagram: @mytfcoach | https://www.instagram.com/mytfcoach/ Facebook: @mytfcoach | https://www.facebook.com/mytfcoach Website: https://www.mytfcoach.com/
On today's episode, we have sex educator and surrogate partner therapist Brandon Hunter-Haydon (He/They) join us for a conversation about challenging the status quo to bring about sexual liberation. Together we talk about the healing nature of kinky play, the human need for physical touch in intimacy, and navigating the complexities of fighting for truth. If you enjoyed today's podcast, then please subscribe, leave a review, or share this podcast with a friend! And if you want to connect deeper with the Modern Anarchy Family, then join the movement by becoming a part of the conscious objectors patreon. Your support is what powers this work and the larger societal change we are creating! Let's continue to challenge our assumptions and grow together. Join the community here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54121384 Intro and Outro Song: Wild Wild Woman by Your Smith Modern Anarchy Community: Instagram Facebook Patreon Brandon's Community: Website Instagram Resources to Learn More: *the official DSM 5 statistic on Female Orgasm Disorder has an upper estimate of prevalence at 42% of women* What is Transference and Counter-Transference? What is Transference And Why It Matters? International Professional Surrogates Association Surrogate Partner Therapy Support Group Surrogate Partner Collective Women and Madness
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Don't be selfish and protect your partner! New episode with a new guest star, make sure y'all like comment and enjoy! Full Audio: check out the podcast and download these episodes to listen to whenever and wherever: https://podnews.net/podcast/ia85t Cary Instagram: @c_pirtle Show some love to the Social Media and DM the instagram with questions you have that may be featured on an episode Tap in with Don't Trip and it's Hosts! https://linktr.ee/donttripwegotu https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... https://open.spotify.com/show/3zKRPVZ... Instagram: David - @david_egbo https://instagram.com/david_egbo?utm_Justice - @summerset_08 https://www.instagram.com/jj.summerse... Don't Trip - @donttripwegotu https://instagram.com/donttripwegotu?... Twitter: @david_egbo https://twitter.com/david_egbo@iHeart_Justice8 https://twitter.com/iHeart_Justice8@donttripwegotu Snapchat: @davidegbo1 @summerset8 Show some love to our Social Media and DM the instagram with questions you have that may be featured on an episode! #DontTrip #DatingPodcast #RelationshipPodcast
This episode is a sit-down with my Bestie, Eschelle “Buffy” Gilkey. Thediscussion follows over 30 year friendship and journey. We share highlights ofour friendship and why it is important for a person to have a confidant that cantrusted to share life's experiences that there is honesty, humor and empathy.How your bestie has the uncanny ability to know what your are thinking andfeeling without saying a word.
Thoughts For Your Thoughts Podcast
In this week's episode comedian/writer/artist Tawanda Gona and i share thoughts on off the grid, happy rappers, D Rose, blaxploitation films, feelings and last but not least thoughts on Honesty .Follow IG @thetawandagona
We are told from a very young age that being honest is a good thing. But most of us don't really believe that honesty is always the best policy. Most of us allow for exceptions, omissions, and the occasional white lie, if it means sparing someone hurt feelings or avoiding an awkward conversation. Michael Leviton, author of "To Be Honest", spent most of his life not making such exceptions, and being honest to a fault, completely devoted to the truth. He joins the podcast to share the beauties and perils of such honesty.Michael's Websitehttp://michaelleviton.com
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Jennie Moss - Host of the Latter-day Ladies Podcast talks refinement, progress and being in the middle of something hard. If you feel like " I have already learned this lesson, why am I starting over?" this podcast is for you. “Change is hard. Rather than going through the struggle to overcome a bad habit or rectify a mistake, some of us choose to make excuses for inactivity. Progress comes as we are able to give up something for something we want more. Honesty with oneself and setting of desirable but attainable goals day by day can determine the paths we follow. One might make a list of goals and then a price list for each goal. One day at a time the price of change can be paid. The cost will then not be overwhelming.” Elder Marvin J. Ashton
Hour 4 of A&G features the sudden and surprising national focus on the threat from China. Plus, when will Congress get serious about spending. A rep from Microsoft attempts to downplay the disconcerting Chat GPT meltdown, the new Fauci lab leak paper comes out and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 4 of A&G features the sudden and surprising national focus on the threat from China. Plus, when will Congress get serious about spending. A rep from Microsoft attempts to downplay the disconcerting Chat GPT meltdown, the new Fauci lab leak paper comes out and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore
Ian Fleischmann is the Executive Chef at Fabel Miami. Chef Ian began in the industry at the age of 14 as a dishwasher. From 2009-2013 he worked at Yamato Japanese Steakhouse where he became a Sous Chef. He then attended culinary school and got his start in the hotel restaurant industry at the Four Seasons in Denver. He moved on to Brava by Brad Kilgore and then over to Highgate Hotels, from Groot Hospitality in Miami. He opened Fabel Miami in December of 2022. Unstoppables! Please consider taking this survey about our listener demographics so that we can better determine how to best serve our listeners. Less than 10 simple questions. Here is the link: CLICK HERE Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and get your first 30 days on me! Connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote/mantra: "Do or do not. There is no try." In this episode with Ian Fleischmann we will discuss: Efficiency Organization "Briefing" and "debreifing" High volume hotel restaurants Developing a personal style in cooking Today's sponsor: For restaurants, large costs can pop up fast, but traditional loans are too slow. That's why you need Zinch – They're a direct lender that can fund up to $250,000 in less than 2 days. Apply online and you can get a response within 24 hours. Right now, my listeners get their application fee waived by going to financingthatworks.com. Loans made or arranged pursuant to a California Finance Lenders Law license. Join the 60-day Restaurant Systems Pro FREE TRAINING. This is something that has never been done before. This 60-day event is at no cost to you, but it is not for everyone. Fred Langley, CEO of Restaurant Systems Pro, will lead a group of restaurateurs through the Restaurant Systems Pro software and set up the systems for your restaurant. During the 60 days, Fred will walk you through the Restaurant Systems Pro Process and help you crush the following goals: Recipe Costing Cards; Guidance in your books for accounting; Cash controls; Sales Forecasting(With Accuracy); Checklists; Budgeting for the entire year; Scheduling for profit; More butts in seats and more… Click Here to learn more. Knowledge bombs Which “it factor” habit, trait, or characteristic you believe most contributes to your success? Brute force What is your biggest weakness? Ego What's one thing you ask or look for when interviewing/growing your team? Honesty and consistency What's a current challenge? How are you dealing with it? Finding honest people Share one code of conduct or behavior you teach your team. Consistency What is one uncommon standard of service you teach your staff? Don't say no to the guest What's one book we must read to become a better person or restaurant owner? Setting the Table by Danny Meyer GET THIS BOOK FOR FREE AT AUDIBLE.COM What's one piece of technology you've adopted within your restaurant walls and how has it influence operations? Whisk xtraCHEF What is one thing you feel restaurateurs don't do well enough or often enough? Manage finances property If you got the news that you'd be leaving this world tomorrow and all memories of you, your work, and your restaurants would be lost with your departure with the exception of 3 pieces of wisdom you could leave behind for the good of humanity, what would they be? Do or do not Don't put too much stock in the moment Take some time off Contact: Instagram: @ian_fleischmann Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining today! Have some feedback you'd like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for the Restaurant Unstoppable Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Huge thanks to Ian Fleischmann for joining me for another awesome episode. Until next time! Restaurant Unstoppable is a free podcast. One of the ways I'm able to make it free is by earning a commission when sharing certain products with you. I've made it a core value to only share tools, resources, and services my guest mentors have recommend, first. If you're finding value in my podcast, please use my links!