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Almost 30
602. Drama Free: A Guide to Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships with Nedra Tawwab

Almost 30

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2023 79:37


Every family has a story and it's likely not your preferred ideal. Familial relationships can be challenging to navigate. Changing dynamics with parents, siblings and extended relatives can feel like a lifelong burden. In her latest book, Drama Free: A Guide to Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships, Nedra Tawwab, MSW, LCSW, offers clear advice for identifying dysfunctional family patterns and choosing the best path to breaking the cycle and moving forward. She is a New York Times best-selling author, licensed therapist, and sought-after relationship expert. She has practiced relationship therapy for 15 years and is the founder and owner of the group therapy practice, Kaleidoscope Counseling.  In this episode, Krista and Nedra explore how to approach difficult conversations with loved ones and honor yourself in the process. No matter your current relationship status with your family, this is one you won't want to miss.   We also talk about: Varying perspectives of family trauma  Identifying dysfunctional family patterns How to navigate your familial relationships Nedra's childhood experiences How to speak to a person who hurt you When to confront someone Giving + receiving honesty  Taking control of your own life Resources:  Instagram: @nedratawwab  Facebook: Nedra Tawwab Website: nedratawwab.com TikTok: @nedratawwab Books: Drama Free + Set Boundaries, Find Peace More Episode Related Resources:  Episode 435. How to Avoid Gossip + Set Non Verbal Boundaries with Nedra Tawwab Sponsors: Seed | Start a new healthy habit today. Visit seed.com/ALMOST30 and use code ALMOST30 to redeem 25% off your first month of Seed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic.  IQ Bar | Get 20% off all IQBAR products. Text ALMOST to 64000. Jenni Kayne | Get 15% off your first order when you use code ALMOST30 at jennikayne.com. Issuu | Get started with Issuu today for FREE or sign up for an annual premium account and get 50% off when you go to issuu.com/podcast and use promo code ALMOST30. To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to sales@advertisecast.com or visit https://www.advertisecast.com/Almost30.  Learn More: almost30.com/learn almost30.com/morningmicrodose almost30.com/courses  Join our community: almost30.com/membership facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: almost30.com/disclaimer.  Find more to love at almost30.com! Almost 30 is edited by Marielle Marlys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daily Standup
Identifying and Managing All Debt - Not Just Technical Debt

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2023 8:39


That does it mean when I say Identifying and Managing All Debt - Not Just Technical Debt? Some organizations understand that they have debt, but they only take the time to think about the technical debt. How do we handle all of the other debt that needs to be addressed in a timely manner? Join V. Lee Henson as we discuss the best way to address the debt by using a debt cancel sprint cycle. How to connect with AgileDad: - [website] https://www.agiledad.com/ - [instagram] https://www.instagram.com/agile_coach/ - [facebook] https://www.facebook.com/RealAgileDad/ - [Linkedin] https://www.linkedin.com/in/leehenson/

Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA
You Become Your Focus - Audio

Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2023 25:28


Former NFL player and Pastor Joshua Symonette joins us from Hope Baltimore. Joshua has spent the last 18 years coaching, developing, and speaking on matters of life, spirituality, and talent development. Identifying and activating potential is what he enjoys most. He joins us with a message entitled You Become Your Focus which will provide the insights you need to make positive changes in your life.

The Positive Pants Podcast
How To Deal With Selfish People

The Positive Pants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2023 10:16


Show note links: Download The Positive Pants Toolkit App for just £9.99 per month https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app Freebies: Grab your FREE ‘Stressed To Success' meditation: https://franexcell.com/stressed-to-success Download your guide for How to journal, for the non ‘dear-diary' type! https://franexcell.com/journaling-101 Grab your free Procrastination Buster workbook https://franexcell.com/procrastination-buster Find out YOUR Enneagram type:https://franexcell.com/introduction-to-the-enneagram  Ways to work with me: Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App for just £9.99 per month https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app Enneagram Essentials 90 minute 1:1 & Guide book https://app.moonclerk.com/pay/2b6wubgnysrp For corporate coaching, training and workshops email hello@franexcell.com Products: Grab Your 365 day Gratitude Journal on Amazon:https://bit.ly/365daygratitude  Grab Your Positive Pants Firmly On Notebook:https://bit.ly/positivepantsonbook  Contact: Make sure you're following me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/imfranexcell/ and tag me into your key takeaways! Email me at hello@franexcell.com with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ How To Deal With Selfishness   How to deal with selfishness and lack of thought when it comes to friends and family was a question I was asked this week by a lovely listener.   So I'll take on board what they have said and make sure it's generic enough for everyone to take something from it.    I appreciate the question but it's important to try to consider all angles as always.   It can feel really exhausting when you feel unconsidered, un-thought of, like people are taking advantage of you or expecting from you.   I've definitely felt this throughout my life as I'm sure most of us have.    One thing I learned when starting to unpick it was how I wasn't actually communicating my needs and I also wasn't self aware enough back then to know what was really going on for me and how much I was adding my own colour to the story.   Creating meaning and assumptions that weren't necessarily correct.   Absolutely not saying that's what's been going on behind this question, this is me talking from my own experience with this and what I learned in the process and found incredibly valuable.   The first thing that's worth mentioning is, when people get used to taking, they'll take.  This doesn't necessarily mean they're selfish.   For example, If they're used to you being the one to organise things it can be taken for granted and not even be a thought to organise something themselves…because they assume you will! The thought might not even cross their mind.    This is when our conditioning comes in.  It's also where autopilot can take over. For the people pleasers amongst us, this is where you can easily slip into feeling incredibly taken advantage of.   It would be great if people could just understand what we might be thinking or feeling without us saying so, but the reality is they simply don't.    So first things first when it comes to dealing with selfish people, this sounds obvious but the vast majority of people don't do this, and that's don't take it personally.    Of course do your own analysis around this and figure out if you think it MIGHT be personal, communicate what needs to be communicated and if you come to that conclusion, asking yourself if that person deserves as much of you or your time in their life might be necessary.   It sounds harsh but we all have our drains and radiators in our lives.  The people that sap our energy and leave us feeling drained and depleted and those that give us energy and make us feel good.   We can't always just cut people out of our lives willy nilly and it's certainly not always necessary. There are a lot of steps before that point.  However, I am a big fan of loving some people from a distance when you know it's best for you.   Something else to think about is, are you able to step into their shoes and see what's going on for them?     Is there a potential valid reason for them behaving selfishly? There are SO many reasons that are often really acceptable when you take a step back and see if from their perspective.   A lot of selfish behaviour could be conditioning or put down to assumption or lack of communication, it could be It could also be due to a lack of empathy. When selfishness is due to a lack of empathy it's unlikely to change because they simply can't put themselves in your shoes and understand why the behaviour is damaging.    It's always important to consider in any interaction that triggers you in any way is asking yourself, what are you making it mean? What assumptions are you making?  What is underlying the discomfort or trigger? What feelings are there for you?   Communication, communication, communication. There's so much that goes unsaid that could be so easily solved if it was talked about. We have to learn how to do that. Start small, dip your toe in the water, if it's relevant, use a mediator, couples or family therapist to help you have the conversations and learn that it's safe to do so.   A lot of it is about learning to be assertive and ask for what you want and or need.   Boundaries play into this hugely too.  Identifying your own needs and being able to articulate them.    Remembering your part in the interaction is important, because we always have some responsibility.  Please remember also responsibility isn't about blame. Like in the earlier example, When people get used to you being the person to organise, they often just expect you to continue doing it and might not even consider it.    But if you don't communicate what you'd prefer, or how it would make you feel, then they can never know and therefore DO any better.    Ask yourself if they're even aware of their behaviour. If they really knew and understood how they had affected you, how might they feel and what might they do differently?  Are you giving them that opportunity?   Remember that the only person whose behaviour you can ever control in any way is your own!  All you can do is communicate your wants, needs and boundaries, the rest is up to them.    There is also such a thing as healthy selfishness. Are they simply trying to make sure their own needs are met? The more you're able to meet your own needs, the more able and capable you are to look after others. It's the age old put your own mask on first before trying to help others. You're better equipped when your own cup is full.    Remember, sometimes when someone might accuse another person of being selfish it's simply due to their unmet needs. It's not necessarily about what's wrong or right because everyone has a different map of the world that they're operating from.    There's always another perspective to everything. It's not always convenient but it's always worth looking at.   The bottom line leads back to communication. If you can communicate your needs and someone can't meet them, you have choices.    You're more than worthy of being treated how you treat others, and looked after how you look after others…sometimes people need a little nudge and help to see that.     Fx

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Glenn Show: Why Wokeness Is a Scam (Glenn Loury & Norman Finkelstein)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023


Has Norman been shut out of mainstream political debates? … Norman's conflict with Alan Dershowitz … Is Israel an apartheid state? … Identifying with Paul Robeson … Norman's new book, I'll Burn That Bridge When I Get to It! … Norman: Wokeness is a “triple scam” … What's become of Angela Davis? … Cornel West’s […]

Bloggingheads.tv
Why Wokeness Is a Scam (Glenn Loury & Norman Finkelstein)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023 60:00


Has Norman been shut out of mainstream political debates? ... Norman's conflict with Alan Dershowitz ... Is Israel an apartheid state? ... Identifying with Paul Robeson ... Norman's new book, I'll Burn That Bridge When I Get to It! ... Norman: Wokeness is a “triple scam” ... What's become of Angela Davis? ... Cornel West's chosen path ... Obama's self-proclaimed “neat trick” ... The political intelligence of Carter, Clinton, and Obama ... South Carolina 2020: a case study in identity politics ... Would Bernie have won in 2016? ...

Social Pros Podcast
Take a Paid Social Deep-Dive with Andrew Foxwell

Social Pros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023 48:26


We are delighted to welcome Andrew Foxwell, Co-Founder of Foxwell Digital, onto this episode of Social Pros.  Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week:  Salesforce Marketing Cloud  ICUC  Full Episode Details   Need a paid social refresher?  The landscape is always changing and it's easy to get impatient for the big results. But this week's guest provides an in-depth look at leveraging paid social and staying on top of platform changes to work towards long-term success.  In this episode, we are joined by Foxwell Digital Co-Founder, Andrew Foxwell.  Andrew explains how to become a better marketer and looks at common misconceptions around paid social. Plus, he tells us how to navigate the constant changes and set yourself up for success by avoiding being beholden to social platforms!  A super-insightful episode for any social pro.  In This Episode:  0:00 - Introduction  4:45 – What Andrew is up to  8:16 – Data best practices  17:12 – Misconceptions around paid social  23:30 – Identifying progress  27:46 – Setting up for long-term success (and breaking free from platform changes)  35:57 – Data protection vs needing that data  45:11 – Andrew's final two  47:52 – Outro   Resources  Schedule a consultation with ICUC  Grab your free Social Media Audit Bundle  Foxwell Digital  Foxwell Digital Memberships  Follow Andrew on LinkedIn  Follow Andrew on Twitter  Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers. 

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show
Why Wokeness Is a Scam (Glenn Loury & Norman Finkelstein)

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023 60:00


Has Norman been shut out of mainstream political debates? ... Norman's conflict with Alan Dershowitz ... Is Israel an apartheid state? ... Identifying with Paul Robeson ... Norman's new book, I'll Burn That Bridge When I Get to It! ... Norman: Wokeness is a “triple scam” ... What's become of Angela Davis? ... Cornel West's chosen path ... Obama's self-proclaimed “neat trick” ... The political intelligence of Carter, Clinton, and Obama ... South Carolina 2020: a case study in identity politics ... Would Bernie have won in 2016? ...

Medical Myths, Legends & Fairytales
Thriving after thyroidectomy with Patricia Pomareda

Medical Myths, Legends & Fairytales

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 48:45


Did you know that taking care of your adrenal system through detoxifying your body can help turn your life around? That's right! By understanding healthy habits like eating well, staying active, practicing mindfulness, taking the right supplements, and keeping an eye on your iron levels, you can make a big difference in your battle against thyroid cancer.   Joining us is Patricia Pomareda, a dedicated family nurse practitioner specializing in integrative medicine with a diverse background in geriatrics, urgent care, women's health, and primary care. She is a visionary; consistently advocating for her patients and deriving immense satisfaction from assisting them to attain optimal health and prevent chronic afflictions.   Following her diagnosis of thyroid cancer in June 2020, Patricia felt lost and fearful while undergoing treatment. Although she anticipated her life returning to normal, she quickly realized there would be a new normal to adjust to. "I was taking my supplements, I was eating, I was doing everything right on time. But when I went to go do my blood work. My ferritin was below range. It was super low. And so I knew because I was having all the symptoms of iron deficiency, this unreal fatigue. This is not the only thing but was a major driver for my source of fatigue. So I was just kind of piecing things together, like what would I do as a provider for myself?"   In this episode, join Patricia as she shares her journey with thyroid cancer and how it has impacted her approach to practicing medicine. She also explores her mission to promote public awareness of thyroid health and resilience through her clinic, The Integrative NP. Don't miss out on her insightful story!   Episode Timestamps:   0:02 - Episode Overview 0:35 - Dr. Christianson introduces Patricia Pomareda, Integrative Medicine Family Nurse Practitioner 2:42 - Dealing with neurological symptoms during COVID-19 pandemic. 7:52 - Patricia's thoughts on mortality and coping strategies upon diagnosis of thyroid cancer amidst COVID-19 pandemic. 13:03 - Using a patient-centered care experience to assist patients in receiving appropriate tests and diagnoses. 15:35 - Patricia's experience with thyroid surgery and the issues that persisted. 17:01 - Identifying any form of stress, be it mental, physical, or metabolic, in laying the groundwork for restoring physiology. 19:14 - The significance of exercising mindfulness and meditation, and detoxifying your body. 21:44 - How supplement selection and iron level monitoring address adrenal system care. 25:32- Understanding the importance of eating right, exercising regularly, meditation, and cultivating mindfulness practices for physiologic changes. 28:35 - Why thyroid cancer affects females more frequently than males, as indicated in statistics and trends. 31:10 - Early detection and treatment as the key to surviving women's health issues and the importance of patient empowerment in healthcare conversations. 37:38 - Resilient thyroid program and methodology. 38:25 - Establishing resiliency and optimizing thyroid hormones and adrenal health. 41:17 - Helping other people through integrative and non-integrative medicine. 42:43 - The gentle approach to iodine and the latest research on its importance for optimal health. 44:30 - Resilient thyroid methodology and other projects on integrative and non-integrative medicine. 44:53 - Patricia's journey in integrative health and her practice: the Integrative NP, balancing traditional and non-traditional approaches to healthcare. 47:40 - Final statement.   Patricia is an Integrative Medicine Family Nurse Practitioner.   As a graduate of the University of Miami, she received training at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and is board-certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.   In July of 2020 Patricia was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.  She had a thyroidectomy and subsequent treatment.  As a provider on the receiving end of treatment, she was lost and afraid. She was told that her life would go back to normal and learned very quickly that there would be a new normal.  Her cancer journey has shaped the way she practices medicine and she has made it her mission to promote thyroid awareness and thyroid resilience in her community through her practice, The Integrative NP.   "Eating right, exercising, and setting up mindfulness habits (...) never ends, even when you're an adult. If we know what we have to do, we're able to get up faster and establish resilience."   - Patricia Pomerada Learn more about Patricia Pomareda here: www.theintegrativenp.com Her thyroid checklists:  https://www.theintegrativenp.com/s-projects-side-by-side  www.instagram.com/theintegrativenp www.facebook.com/theintegrativenp    Additional references about the topic: Thyroid cancer rate graph source SEER: https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/thyro.html Worldwide thyroid cancer estimates: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/landia/article/PIIS2213-8587(22)00035-3/fulltext    Did you find this episode helpful? Let us know by leaving a review! Visit these links to learn more: ●  https://www.drchristianson.com/ ● Dr. Christianson on Facebook ● Dr. Christianson on Instagram   Subscribe for more Medical Myths, Legends, & Fairytales: ● Apple Podcasts ● Spotify ● YouTube  

CEO on the Go
Identifying the Real Cause of Organizational Stress

CEO on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 14:27


Stress at work is common. 94% of workers report feeling stress at work.63% of U.S. workers report they're ready to quit their job to avoid work-related stress. Around 33% of people report feeling extreme stress. (Source: American Institute of Stress)Although some stress can actually be healthy, in many cases stress is unhealthy, especially when it is severe.Find the full show notes at: https://workmatters.com/Identifying-the-Real-Cause-of-Organizational-Stress

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

False prophets have been around since the beginning. Even Jesus warned us to, “Beware of false prophets, which come in sheep's clothing…” As we navigate the end times, understanding who we are following is more important than ever. Today, on The Endtime Show, we are going to discuss how to identify a false prophet. Don't miss a second of The Endtime Show today!

THE AUTISM ADHD PODCAST
Low Demand Parenting for Neurodivergent Children & Teens

THE AUTISM ADHD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2023 35:40


Amanda, autistic parenting coach,  joins us today to talk about low demand parenting. We cover so much in this important episode such as -  Identifying hard and harder Autistic burnout Building trust and connection  Low demand versus no demand Being a safe parent and educator Preparing children for the future Mental health and more:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's courses Learn about Holly's private practice Learn more about Amanda ⭐️ Get to Know my Child Guide Parents, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Educators, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Therapists get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here ⭐️Behavior Detective Guide Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators

4th Down Focus
Episode 94 - Dan LaForest, Influencer Counsel Director; NIL Relationships

4th Down Focus

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2023 34:44


Dan LaForest and Dan Lundy sit down to discuss: NIL, its purpose and direction The evolution of college football The transfer portal, what we've learned Recruiting do's & don'ts Communication, & its importance in football Identifying opportunities

Hardwood Hustle
Episode 498 - Player Development with Angie Sun

Hardwood Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 47:45


This week, we're joined by Angie Sun, Director of the Northwest Select basketball club in Portland OR. She's trained and coached youth through Power 5 level collegiate players for the last 16 years and on this episode we discuss many facets of the player development and club/travel ball world. Show Notes:• Skill Acquisition – Perception-Action Coupling– Learning how to solve the problem• Using guided defense, live scenarios, and games right away in practice• Coaching your coaches• Practicing ugly• Investing in the process• Evaluating your practices– Identifying objectives• Building accountability in practice• Using former player experiences• Coaches getting in the way• Developing Leaders and Followers• Empowering your players

The Successful Bookkeeper Podcast
EP361: Sally Helgesen - How To Bridge The Communication Divide

The Successful Bookkeeper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 37:36


“What story are we telling ourselves about why they don't get it? Then, finding a way around that and asking the question…what unites us?” -Sally Helgesen Communication is the cornerstone of business. Yet despite this many of us struggle to communicate with people different from ourselves. Not only that, but we also find it uncomfortable to effectively communicate our value and worth to others too. So many of our issues arise out of a need to ‘prove' our point of view. We are so busy trying to tell other people they are wrong; we stop living right. We withdraw from people different from ourselves or become just like them in our disregard for their opinion or their right to it.  What would happen if instead of trying to tell people what to think, we focused inward, on removing our own internal barriers, and went out into the world open to different people and points of view? Focus not only on what we hope to get from others but what we could do to help them too. Instead of saying older people can't do this, or younger people don't understand that, what would happen if we were open to lessons everyone of a different background has to teach?  Sally Helgesen, who is an international bestselling author, speaker and leadership coach, is this episode's featured guest. She has spent her career helping people create more inclusive businesses and networks, by focusing on what unites us, what is real, and what moves us forward, rather than the distracting influence of other media. If you are struggling to communicate open-heartedly, this is the episode to get you ready to embrace who you are, and how you can be of service to others. During this interview, you'll learn... The value of overcoming our own self-narratives How to express your value without arrogance The importance of being open with people different from you To find out more about Sally, click here. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter. To buy her book, Rising Together: How We Can Bridge Divides and Create a More Inclusive Workplace, visit this link. Time Stamps      01:40 - Getting inspired to write a new book 04:10 - Identifying the things that get in the way 08:28 - Understanding generational miscommunication  12:52 - Bridging the communication divide  20:32 - The 8 common triggers undermining us 27:36 - Connecting your value with your paycheck  30:10 - Building an inclusive network   35:40 - Learning more about Sally  This episode is brought to you by The Successful Bookkeeper's newest online event. Introducing the Technology Showcase! If you're looking for the best apps and solutions for your bookkeeping business needs then this one-of-a-kind experience is for you!   It happens on June 22nd at 9am Eastern. To find out more, click here and REGISTER NOW before it's too late!  

Rebel Therapist
How I Cleared My Debt And Bought A House In One Year with Podge Thomas

Rebel Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 45:36


You ever wonder what's going on with the personal finances of entrepreneurs? Like are they all just born wealthy? How are they taking these risks and making these investments to grow these businesses? My guest today is going to tell you how in a one year period she was able to clear $25,000 of credit card debt and save $55,000 for a house. She's gonna really get into the nitty gritty of it. And no, she didn't grow up wealthy. Meet Podge Thomas, a Notion Consultant and People Ops Specialist. She works with small business owners to build operational infrastructure through the lens of liberation and justice. One of the businesses she has helped a ton is Rebel Therapist and I am proud to call Podge a friend. Here's some of what we talked about: Podge's history of spending money as soon as she had it Identifying the ways she was getting in the way of her goals Finding a path forward financially with her wife Investing in working with a financial coach Growing up without money Unhooking her ability to spend money from her sense of worthiness The step by step plan Podge used to change her finances Using “envelope saving” to plan and track her finances How her new frugal mindset impacts her business How she decides what to invest her business dollars on How she and her wife chose a fixer upper and are fixing it up with their own 4 hands. Show notes at https://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/201  

Empowering Her with Melody Pourmoradi
Ep. 157- Launching Your Heart-Centered Business with Trust, Purpose, and Energy

Empowering Her with Melody Pourmoradi

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 16:22


In this episode of Empowering Her, I will be sharing some of the strategies that I have used to build my business in a meaningful and soul-centered way. I share about: Building trust with your audience through authenticity and transparency Connecting with your true WHY and aligning your business with your values Identifying your ideal customer and target market Strategies for building a community of like-minded people around your business Bringing positive and authentic energy to your business Staying motivated and focused on your goals for success. Treating your audience like the queens that they are I would love for you to join me for an Open House session to learn all about the GiRLiFE Academy and how you can make it a profitable and impactful career! Sign up for our next session here: www.melodypourmoradi.com/openhouse If you are ready to become a GiRLiFE Coach and join the Academy you can click here to apply: www.melodypourmoradi.com/academyHaven't left a review yet? All you have to do is go to www.melodypourmoradi.com/itunes, and thanks for your support of this show! Melody Pourmoradi is an empowerment coach, author, twin girl mom, and the creator of the GiRLiFE Certification Program: A platform that trains women to create profitable girls empowerment businesses. My greatest goal is for every young girl and women to find her own voice and live a life that lights her up from the inside out. If you would like to buy a copy of my book, you can click here: www.melodypourmoradi.com/books Let's connect: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlifeempowerment/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/girlsempowermentbiz/ Website: www.getgirlpower.com

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy
Does Your Social Media Make You Look Like a Bad Therapist?

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 32:39


Does Your Social Media Make You Look Like a Bad Therapist? Curt and Katie chat about therapists putting out advice on social media. We look at how bad this advice can be and when it can even be harmful. We talk about what makes this advice bad and what to do instead.   Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we talk about therapist influencers giving advice on social media We look at really bad relationship advice that seems to proliferate on social media by therapist influencers. Why is the advice oftentimes bad from therapists on social media? ·      Micro-validation of what clients are already believing about themselves or their partners ·      Lack of context and very specific related to your target client (but seen by all folks) ·      Focusing on the people around the person reading the post, rather than the reader themselves ·      Single posts that go viral or reach wider audiences may be misconstrued or taken out of context What is the potential for harm for the therapy profession? ·      Bad advice = bad therapist, which can be generalized to all therapists ·      Harmful advice can lead to harm in the wider population ·      Saying that you're speaking for all of mental health (when it is actually not grounded in the evidence base) ·      It is hard to distill nuanced information in very short timeframes What should therapists do to improve their social media posts? ·      Citing sources rather than standing out as a sole expert ·      Grounding self in the evidence base or recognized psychological knowledge ·      Talking to clients about what they can do, rather than how to judge the people around them ·      Designing the content to be engaging, but also tie back to longer form content that can have more nuance and context ·      Each post has to stand alone, with sufficient context ·      Identifying questions or considerations for folks to look at (versus definitive statements) What are the concerns with therapists being too limited with what they share on social media? ·      Not providing information that can help folks in abusive relationships ·      Coaches and “fake therapists” may be the only people in the space, putting out even worse advice What are the characteristics of very bad social media advice? ·      Rigidity in perspective ·      Equating hurt and abuse ·      Overusing pop psychology terms like “trauma bond” ·      Giving overarching, single tactic coping advice that can be harmful for many folks ·      Putting things very definitively, without nuance related Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Navigating the Social Media Self-Diagnosis Trend Has Therapy Become the New Religion What Can Therapists Say About Celebrities: The ethics of public statements Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/therapyreimagined Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/

The Natalie Tysdal Podcast
111: How to Help Kids with ADHD with Penny Williams Part 2

The Natalie Tysdal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 32:00


In this episode, Penny Williams joins me for part 2 of our conversation from last week's episode, to share about how parents can best support their kids with ADHD.   A parenting coach for neurodiverse families, Penny Williams is the award-winning author of four books on ADHD, including "Boy Without Instructions," host of the Beautifully Complex Podcast, co-host of the annual Neurodiversity Summits, and co-founder of The Behavior Revolution, an initiative devoted to celebrating and supporting kids with ADHD or autism through neuroscience-backed insights, hard-won strategies, compassion, and guidance.  Penny empowers parents to help their neuro-atypical kids — and families — thrive.   Listen in as we talk about: [2:03] Are there more cases of ADHD now, or are we simply more aware?  [6:50] How to know which steps to take when it comes to an ADHD diagnosis [8:30] Developments in ADHD that you may not be aware of [12:55] How to ask for help coping when you're struggling [13:30] Diagnosing kids vs. Adults with ADHD [17:20] Why ADHD is hard to present [19:00] Identifying behaviors and medications  [22:05] The impact of technology on addictive behavior [23:50] Is technology making ADHD better or worse for kids who have it?   Notes from Natalie: Listen to part one with Penny Williams Sign Up for Natalie's Newsletter  Seeking Health: www.natalietysdal.com/favorites  Book: https://www.cyndiespiegel.com/microjoys   Connect with Penny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pennywilliams/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentADHD_ASD Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ParentingADHDandAutism  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/penny-williams-8b601543/  Website: www.ParentingADHDandAutism.com and www.TheBehaviorRevolution.com    Connect with Natalie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ntysdal/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ntysdal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatalieTysdal/ Website: https://www.natalietysdal.com

Thriving Stylist Podcast
#283 - Identifying & Solving Your Burnout Cause

Thriving Stylist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 25:01


Burnout is a pain point that a lot of us are going through, myself included, but to be honest I went back and forth on recording this episode. I'm anti-burnout and all for balance in our lives, but what I kept noticing is that there seems to be a lack of burnout prevention, with most people talking about what to do after you find yourself in this situation. This is why today we are talking about diagnosing your burnout and the root causes of it, and I wanted to make sure this was a strategic one. Although learning how to cope and manage burnout is a skill and a technique, prevention really is the key!  If you have a question for me that you'd like answered in a future episode, a great way to do that is to head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review with your question. I'm looking forward to answering your question on a future episode on the podcast. If you're not already following us, @thethrivingstylist, what are you waiting for? This is where I share pro tips every single week, along with winning strategies, testimonials, and amazing breakthroughs from my audience. You're not going to want to miss out on this! Learn more at: https://thethrivingstylist.com/podcast/283 

Lisa A Romano Breakdown to Breakthroughs
6 Questions a Narcissist Cannot Answer With A Straight Face

Lisa A Romano Breakdown to Breakthroughs

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 19:33


In this podcast, you will learn about 6 questions a narcissist cannot answer with a straight face. As we navigate through life, we encounter different types of people. Some are kind, empathetic, and caring, while others are self-centered, manipulative, and narcissistic. Narcissists have an inflated sense of self-importance, lack empathy, and constantly need admiration and attention. They can be charming and charismatic, but they can also be emotionally abusive and toxic. Identifying a narcissist early in a relationship is essential to avoid getting trapped in their web of manipulation and abuse. Narcissists rarely admit when they are wrong because they believe they are always right. They have an inflated sense of self-importance and believe they are superior to others. Admitting they are wrong would mean acknowledging that they are imperfect, which they cannot accept. Narcissists rarely apologize because they believe they are never wrong. They see themselves as victims and believe that others are always to blame. Apologizing would mean taking responsibility for their actions, which they cannot do. Narcissists lack empathy, which means they cannot understand or share the feelings of others. They are only concerned with their own needs and desires and have no regard for the feelings of others. Narcissists cannot handle criticism because they see it as a personal attack on their character. They have a fragile ego and cannot tolerate any form of criticism or rejection. Narcissists have difficulty accepting responsibility for their actions because they believe they are always right. They blame others for their mistakes and refuse to take responsibility for their actions. Narcissists have difficulty maintaining healthy relationships because they are only concerned with their needs and desires. They use others for their own benefit and have no regard for the feelings of others. Identifying a narcissist early in a relationship is essential because it can save you from emotional abuse and manipulation. Narcissists can be charming and charismatic, but they can also be emotionally abusive and toxic. They can make you feel like you are the problem and that everything is your fault. Trusting your instincts and looking for red flags early on in a relationship is essential. Toxic relationships hinder your personal growth. Narcissists use manipulation to mess with your psychology. To help you maintain your mental health and wellness, it is important to work on your personal development, and to learn what you can about healthy as well as toxic relationships. The more you know and understand about narcissists, the greater your chances of avoiding a toxic relationship. To learn more about Lisa and her work you can visit https://www.lisaaromano.com  Learn More with Lisa on YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/lisaaromano1/ Contact Us At support.coach@lisaaromano.co

30 Something with Sonni Abatta
240: Do We All Have Past Lives? Intuit and Channeler Erika Alaura on Addressing Generational Trauma and Realizing Your Life's Purpose

30 Something with Sonni Abatta

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 58:51


Today we're diving deep into the metaphysical world with intuit and channeler, Erika Alaura. And she's even running us through a collective cleansing ritual, so get ready! As a child Erika realized she had psychic gifts, and since then has been helping people to learn about themselves to work toward a more peaceful future. In this episode we talk: + Do we all have past lives? + Identifying generational trauma + The collective spiritual awakening we're experiencing + Erasing trauma and realizing your life's purpose + What is "The Indigo Child?" ...and more. Find Erika online here to book your online consult or connect. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wegottatalkwithsonni/support

Redskins Talk
THE 2023 SCHEDULE POD: Giving game-by-game predictions and identifying what has to happen for a win-heavy year

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 78:18


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey have an official Commanders schedule to discuss! The hosts jump right into it by looking at each and every game on Washington's 2023 slate and, as they do so, also predict the results of the matchups. During that exercise, the fellas discuss what Sam Howell's year needs to look like in order to keep his job and one of the trio predicts a coaching change (eyeball emoji x 100). After the week-by-week analysis, JP, Mitch and Pete identify the turning-point games as well as the best and worst stretches of the campaign. Finally, they discuss what has to happen in order for the Commanders to pop off in 2023 and finish, like, 12-5. If you like podcasts where JP provides an early look at his 10-year anniversary plans and Mitch sporadically hates on the Jets, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Honest eCommerce
Bonus Episode: Building Experiences and Relationships Through Subscriptions with Chris George

Honest eCommerce

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 19:19


Chris is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully invested in and launched eight businesses, two of which have been acquired. As one of the creators of the wildly popular and recently acquired Gentleman's Box, a high-end subscription box for men, Chris has spoken to aspiring entrepreneurs and established industry professionals at events like Digital Summit, SubSummit and several academic institutions such as Columbia Business School and George Washington University. His strong business acumen and understanding of the role of marketing and branding solidify him as a leading force in the realm of entrepreneurs. Propelled by the notion that you can always give back, Chris regularly supports emerging brands by investing in and mentoring individuals and companies that lead with purpose over profit.In This Conversation We Discuss: [00:00] Intro[00:51] What is SubSummit?[01:22] The start of Chris's entrepreneurial journey[02:32] The tech they used for Gentleman's Box[03:10] Launching own brand vs launching on a marketplace[04:20] Relationships and experiences before platforms[05:19] Amazon is always your competitor online[06:19] 3 things you should provide as a subscription[06:44] Finding the initial customers for Gentleman's Box[07:45] Identifying the customer most likely to purchase[08:27] Figuring out where your customers attention is[09:17] Being “obsessed “ at your customer[09:47] Entrepreneurs should ask what the customers want[10:38] The point where you let the customers decide[11:51] How to implement a recurring revenue model[13:21] Example: subscription for a streetwear brand[13:53] An example from the customer's perspective[14:39] Things to look forward to SubSummit 2023[15:50] SubSummit's Hosted Buyer Program[17:05] Learn all about subscription models in SubSummit[17:54] There are so many resources to help you grow[18:19] Sometimes, the only barrier you have is yourselfResources:Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on YoutubeThe world's largest meetup of subscription, membership, & recurring revenue brands subsummit.comGet your Tickets to SubSummit subsummit.com/ticketsConnect with Chris linkedin.com/in/chrisgcertifiedIf you're enjoying the show, we'd love it if you left Honest Ecommerce a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes a huge impact on the success of the podcast, and we love reading every one of your reviews!

Life After Corporate
134  What to Do When Sales Slow Down: Tips for Sustainable Business Growth

Life After Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 28:09


Are you a corporate leader struggling to navigate the world of entrepreneurship? Do you feel overwhelmed by the sales and marketing demands of running a coaching or consulting business? Life After Corporate is here to help. In this episode, host Deb Boulange shares her personal journey from executive leader to successful entrepreneur and offers practical tips to help you grow your business by six figures this year. Don't beat yourself up for not knowing everything about entrepreneurship. Deb will also share news about her live event, Crack the Code to Consistent Revenue, from May 15th through 19th, where you'll learn how to create effective messaging, develop your products and pricing, and overcome limiting mindsets. This is your time to break through the glass ceiling and achieve your dreams. So don't miss out on this opportunity to learn how to stand out in your niche, master your mindset, and achieve your financial goals.     [00:01 10:31] How to Maintain Sales in a Slow Economy   Don't lower your prices, but focus on relevant marketing efforts Develop new solutions quickly and cost-effectively Offer easy-to-sell services that appeal to a specific segment of your ideal client audience Solve a very specific problem for a specific ideal client audience to generate demand for your services.     [10:32 -16:09]  How to Niche Down and Create High-Value Content: A Strategy Guide   Understanding Your Ideal Client's Needs and Pain Points                       Creating a signature offer to own your category  The Process of Identifying and Delivering Quick Wins for Your Clients Benefits of creating high value content for low cost      [16:10 - 21:32]  How to Sell High-Ticket Programs During a Contracting Economy:    People are still investing in high-ticket programs, especially those with a proven ROI. Offer flexibility in product offerings, such as VIP days or shorter engagements. Be flexible in your product offerings to bring in new buyers. Amp up your marketing visibility and work on your messaging to stand apart from competitors.   [21:33 - 26:53] 5 Ways to Boost Your Business During Economic Downturns    Don't lower your prices, elevate your buyer persona   Join the Crack the Code for Consistent Revenue live event for coaches and consultants  Offer a get started package for those who want to work with you Audit your budget and up your marketing game with Reliable Revenue Habits   [26:54 - 28:03] Closing Segment Crack The Code To Consistent Revenues: https://thegreatdoover.com/code  Reliable Revenue Habits (Private Podcast) https://debraboulanger.lpages.co/reliable-revenue-habits/ Connect with Deb through the links below Follow us on social media and leave a review Final words Connect with Deb Boulanger Website: https://thegreatdoover.com/debra-boulanger/ Podcast Webpage: https://lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com/ Facebook: The Great Do-Over | Facebook Instagram: @deb_boulanger LInkedIn: deb boulanger

Coffee With Cory
Identifying Your Soul's Purpose

Coffee With Cory

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 10:17


In this episode, I share a simple heuristic for parsing the mind's ideas from your soul's truth.I send short teachings like this every day in our text community on mindfulness, life design, healing, and personal growth. They're completely free, go out every day at 11am EST, and you can unsubscribe at any time. To sign up, text the word “Podcast” to 1-631-305-2874

Communicate to Lead
28. Communicate with Courage with Michelle Gladieux

Communicate to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 52:48


“Raising our game as communicators is the best way to make a difference in our careers and relationships, but it takes courage to find our voice, open up, and invite others to open up to us.” - Michelle GladieuxClear communication requires the courage to confront the psychological blocks that hold you back. In this episode, we delve into the world of communication with Michelle Gladieux, a seasoned communication coach. Michelle shares valuable insights on becoming a more fearless and skilled communicator. Michelle identifies four sneaky obstacles that could hinder your growth as a communicator: hiding, defining, rationalizing, and settling. Join us as we explore these challenges and learn how to overcome them, empowering yourself to unlock your true communication potential. Get ready to raise your game and make a lasting impact through effective and courageous communication.Here's a quick overview of what you can expect in today's episode:Identifying the four hidden challenges that are limiting our potential as effective communicators.Learn how to overcome key obstacles to unlock your potential as a communicator.Learn how "pro moves" in communication can elevate your skills and potential.Discover when and how you can personally summon your courage as a communicator.Learn the importance of taking risks in communication and how it can lead to personal growth and healthier relationships.Learn how to communicate with courage by taking risks to overcome the four hidden challenges.Take a leap towards becoming an effective communicator by grabbing a copy of Michelle Gladieux's insightful book called Communicate with Courage - Taking Risks to Overcome the Four Hidden Challenges. Discover the psychological blocks that hinder clear communication and learn how to confront them with courage. Don't miss out on the opportunity to grow as a communicator and enrich your interactions - get your copy today and embark on a transformative communication journey. Grab it here: https://tinyurl.com/636ts8rz Connect with Michelle:Website: https://gladieuxconsulting.com/about/ Follow Michelle on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gladieuxconsulting/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GladieuxConsulting/  Connect with your host, Kele Belton:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kele-ruth-belton/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetailoredapproach/    Website: https://thetailoredapproach.com   

Fulfilled as a Mom
199: [WORK] How to Design Your Dream Job

Fulfilled as a Mom

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 19:19


How do you create your dream job as a physician associate? These unicorn positions are created intentionally, carved out at the intersection of what the employer and practice needs and what you are passionate about and skilled in.  Identifying your sweet spot: what you love, enjoy, and a position with a schedule and compensation package for you. Knowing your sweet spot and what the dream job will entail can help you to carve it out and discover a position adjacent to your current job that might just be your unicorn job.  COACHING 1-ON-1 NEGOTIATION CONSULT https://calendly.com/the-pa-is-in/negotiate  FREE 30-MINUTE COACHING CONSULT https://calendly.com/the-pa-is-in/gen-call   RESOURCES CORE VALUE CURATOR https://tracybingaman.com/values  LINKS MASTERING THE MEDICAL INDUSTRY https://1patientatatime.com/waitlist  SHOW NOTES https://www.tracybingaman.com/blog TRACY ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/mrstracybingaman/ ON LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracybingaman/

The Insurance Buzz
140: Make More Sales By Identifying Your Ideal Customer

The Insurance Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 27:27


What's in this episode:- How to attract your ideal customer- Creating a solid message- WHAT are you passionate about?- WHO do you want to work with?- Understanding your customerCatch the full video of this conversation: https://youtu.be/EiTziIpOPJEText BUZZ to (816) 727-7610 to connect directly with us and share your favorites from the episode or learn more about upcoming events and challenges happening in our industryJoin Weaver Sales Academy: https://www.weaversa.com/Follow Michael & Courtney on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mandcweaverInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mandcweaver/Youtube:  https://youtu.be/EiTziIpOPJEMichael LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-weaver-a2940095Courtney LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/courtney-weaver-4b8139a0/

10x Talk
10x Is Easier Than 2x: How World-Class Entrepreneurs Achieve More by Doing Less With Dan Sullivan, Dr. Benjamin Hardy, and Joe Polish - 10xTalk Episode #220

10x Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 13:26


Introducing Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy's newest book "10x Is Easier Than 2x." In this episode, they discuss their successful collaboration on this book and how it all came together. Dan and Ben share their experience of working together and highlight the key factors that contributed to their success.   If you're interested in learning more about the secrets to successful collaboration and how 10x Is Easier Than 2x, don't miss out on Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy's newest book. Here's a glance at what you'll discover from Dan, and Ben in this episode:  Utilizing the Impact Filter to create a clear vision for successful collaborations that bring results The impact of collaboration and how to make it happen Trust and freedom to be yourself in any collaboration, leading to more authentic and effective partnerships How operating from want instead of need can make a significant difference in achieving your goals and success in collaborations Identifying your unique abilities and leveraging them to enhance your contributions to collaborations to make a bigger impact Why collaboration is not about the relationship between collaborators  How to create more fulfilling and rewarding collaborations If you'd like to join world-renowned Entrepreneurs at the next Genius Network Event or want to learn more about Genius Network, go to www.GeniusNetwork.com.

Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church » Podcast
Identifying the Cults / Michael Gowens / 5-6-23

Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church » Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023


In the afternoon service of the meeting, Michael Gowens presents 3 characteristics to look for when identifying a cult. This is a pressing need for God’s children to identify such groups, especially when they masquerade as Christ-based. The 3 identifying factors are 1) unaccountable leadership, 2) a mistaken view of who God is, and 3) …

The Simple and Smart SEO Show
SEO & Visibility Strategies To Avoid Burnout w/ TaVona Denise

The Simple and Smart SEO Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 46:47


Join us for a conversation w/ TaVona Denise, master certified life coach and trauma informed business coach.Connect with TaVona Denise:WebsiteInstagram We talk about finding the balance between pricing, personal values, setting boundaries, and leveraging visibility opportunities such as SEO to grow a business without burning out.TaVona talks pricing:Change pricing in order to have a sustainable business.Connection between value, worthiness, and pricing.How personal beliefs and experiences can affect decisions regarding pricing.The fear of pushing people away with pricing.Identifying ideal clients: readiness, ability, and willingness to pay.Consider personal capacity and lifestyle when setting prices.TaVona on the nervous system + business:The nervous system's impact on business activities; needs comfort and safety.Calm the nervous system by breaking down the numbers.Establish boundaries and identifying the "why" behind business decisions to maintain personal values and avoid burnout.Create offers in order to maintain a balanced life and business.TaVona on SEO + online visibility: Leverage visibility opportunities such as SEO and networking to help reach more people and grow the business more efficiently.Creating authentic and intentional branding and messaging to attract the School of PodcastingYou want to start a podcast, but you're not sure where to start. You need advice on how...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyCoaches & course creators! Launch & manage your podcast seamlessly w/ Leah Bryant CoVirtual studiosVideo + audio packagesSocial media promptsGuest managementStrategy + coaching to grow your audienceGet all the details you needTell her Crystal & B sent you! If you're looking for a unique, handcrafted way to spruce up your home or office, then Collage and Wood is the perfect place for you! We offer a range of beautiful wooden signs that are perfect for any occasion. Our talented team of artists will work with you to create a sign that perfectly suits your needs. So why wait? Visit Collage and Wood today!Support the showBe our (podcast) guest! Apply hereBook your $99 SEO Audit with Crystal!B's SEO Basics Checklistbrittanyherzberg.com / Instagram 10,000 Jasper words FREE!crystalwaddell.comGet the Show merch! Get Ocho: the best retirement info for entrepreneurs!Listen to the private podcast, SEO Shorts, for just $10/mo!

The Masterful Coach
Do you have these skills? Skill Audit for Foundations in your Business

The Masterful Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 23:23


  You don't have to have all the skills perfect to get started in your business. In fact, you really should be moving your business forward while continuing to acquire skills. So if you don't have everything quite there yet, or even if you haven't yet figured everything out, it's really okay. For this fifth episode of my Foundations for Your Coaching Business series, I focused on outlining a method for auditing your skills. It will help identify where you're currently at in skill mastery, what skills you need to learn, and how to prioritize those skills. Through this method, I hope you'll gain confidence as well as direction on what to put your time and money into first, then second, and so on. By knowing better where to concentrate, you can build your business with less stress and uncertainty. “When you wonder if you'll really do it in this business, how you'll do it, and if this will work, you can know that the solution lies in the awareness of the skills you need to build.” – Molly Claire What You'll Learn Brave making a list  Awareness Confidence Ever-changing How to prioritize Where you are now Current business needs Long term desires Two examples Identifying skills and addressing roadblocks How to move through your list One step at a time, but some simultaneously Question 1: Effective or not? Question 2: Efficient or not? Question 3: What result am I after? Question 4: How can I measure my success? Question 5: Ready to expand? Contact Info and Recommended Resources FREE WEBINAR WORKSHOP WITH MOLLY! YOUR 90-DAY BUSINESS PLAN: 5 KEYS TO SUCCESS – May 11, 2023 at 11 a.m. Central Time.  Here's what you can expect:  How to determine what will make you money now, and long term What a simple 90-day plan creates unbelievable results How to "plan" for non-planners  Sign up:  mollyclaire.com/your-90-day-business-plan  Are you a mission-centered Life Coach ready to build your profitable + purposeful business? Masterful Coach Foundations + The 10K Accelerator Method is designed just for you: mollyclaire.com/foundations. I encourage you to not miss a single episode of my Foundations for Your Coaching Business series: mollyclaire.com/the-masterful-coach. Connect with Molly Claire Drop me a comment or question:  Instagram | Molly Claire Coaching IG  molly@mollyclaire.com Facebook I appreciate your feedback and rating of my podcast: Please head on over to your favorite podcast platform and leave a review of The Masterful Coach. This easy task truly helps! Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | RSS Work with me:  mollyclaire.com/coaching Get my FREE 10K Goal Tracker: This free goal tracker will help you organize your plan so you can make money + make a difference, one client at a time. Request your instant access copy today! mollyclaire.com/make-your-first-10k-goal-tracker Feeling stuck in your coaching business? It's not your fault. To help you get unstuck, I have 5 Tips No One Ever Told You. Get them for FREE at mollyclaire.com. Get my book:The Happy Mom Mindset: mollyclaire.com/book

The Fit Mess
Overcoming Negative Self-Talk: The Power of Internal Validation

The Fit Mess

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 16:25


​​The concept of validation is something we all seek, consciously or unconsciously. We often rely on external sources to validate our self-worth and boost our confidence. However, what if we told you that the key to achieving personal growth is through internal validation? In today's world, where social media plays a significant role in our lives, it's easy to get caught up in seeking validation from others. We measure our self-worth by the number of likes and comments we receive on our posts, but is it healthy? In this episode, we discuss why external validation can provide a temporary boost to our confidence, but it's not sustainable in the long run. It's crucial to shift our focus towards internal validation, which means validating ourselves through our own standards, beliefs, and values. Internal validation involves acknowledging our worth, strengths, and achievements. It's about recognizing that we are enough and not seeking validation from others to feel better. When we rely on external validation, we give away our power to control our emotions and let others determine our self-worth.   Key Takeaways:  Effort and self-reflection are necessary for the journey toward internal validation. Identifying negative self-talk and challenging beliefs are essential steps toward internal validation. Practicing self-love is a crucial aspect of achieving internal validation. Embracing vulnerability and being kind to ourselves are important components of the journey. Celebrating even the smallest successes is key in achieving and maintaining internal validation. ***GET THE NEWSLETTER***  Resources: Get your Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens!

The Jedburgh Podcast
#099: Coping with Alzheimer's Disease - Alzheimer's San Diego CEO Eugenia Welch & Clinical Care Specialist Preston Stocking

The Jedburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 49:23


Over 10% of the US population is in some way affected by Alzheimer's Disease. For the second episode of our San Diego Series, and our 99th long form conversation, Fran Racioppi visits Alzheimer's San Diego to discuss Alzheimer's disease, a progressive brain disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Fran is joined by CEO Eugenia Welch and Clinical Care Specialist Preston Stocking to explore what Alzheimer's disease is, what the symptoms are, and how it impacts both patients and their families. They also cover Alzheimer's San Diego's pillars of support including a unique program training law enforcement officers on the signs of dementia and how to best handle affected citizens. Fran, Eugenia and Preston share their personal stories of coping with loved ones affected by Alzheimer's. Whether you are someone with a personal connection to Alzheimer's disease or just interested in learning more about this topic, this conversation will provide valuable insights and information that can help all of us in the fight against this dark disease.Learn more about Alzheimer's San Diego on alzsd.org and on social media at @alzheimerssd.Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Subscribe to us and follow @jedburghpodcast on all social media. Watch the full video version on YouTube.Highlights:0:00 Welcome to Alzheimer's San Diego2:10 Alzheimer's by the numbers5:53 The progression and stages of Alzheimer's8:54 The causes of Alzheimer's12:57 The importance of caregiver respite15:30 Identifying the symptoms of Alzheimers17:32 Alzheimer's San Diego Educational Programs18:56 Training first responders to handle dementia patients21:42 ASD's Social Work Programs24:38 The financial burden of Alzheimer's28:50 Patient Care at ASD33:54 Preparing for the “The Silver Tsunami”39:48 Eugenia & Preston's Three Daily FoundationsQuotes: “3% suffer from Alzheimer's. 10% of people are in some way affected by Alzheimer's.” (2:56) “If you can have a healthy heart along the way, that's going to improve your chances of living a longer time.” (8:07) “Alzheimer's can get very dark.” (10:07) “The younger you are when you are diagnosed the quicker you're going to progress through the stages.” (10:55) “It's not that you can't find your keys…It's when you have your keys in your hand and you don't know what they do.'” (15:49) “Somebody with dementia could present as under the influence of drugs or alcohol.” (19:12)“The system is not prepared for the wave of older adults who are going to continue to have this disease.” (26:21)“It's really important to kind of separate what is the disease and what is still your person.” (31:00)This episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's & Compass Workforce Solutions

Good Enough For Now
Being the Mother of All Titles with Neha Ruch

Good Enough For Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 35:19


In this episode of Good Enough for Now, Neha Ruch discusses choosing the gray area between motherhood and work, the push to redefine success as a parent and a modern take on ambition.   Neha shares about her decision to stay home with her young children and how her career pause led her to define her own values and reframe her goals. She also shares how to answer the question, “What do you do?” and how her community, Mother Untitled, was born. Our conversation is one that we all needed in our 20s and now can help us feel less alone in our 30s and beyond, especially as we redefine what success in life and motherhood can look like for each other while we wait for our culture to catch up.   Listen in to hear more about doing what brings you joy, evaluating what's right for you right now, and staying connected and evolving your professional identity with intention, even as you choose to stay at home to parent for breaks in between.   WHAT WE COVER IN THIS EPISODE:   Exploring the challenges of focusing on both motherhood and career through planting seeds and embracing the possibilities that redefine purpose. Addressing societal narratives on stay-at-home mothers and learning to articulate and be confident in your identity and story. Reframing ambition for women who have paused their careers to focus on personal and family goals. Identifying ways to stay connected to a career or professional identity even while empowering your choice to care for children at home. Choosing to shift focus and give yourself agency to create rhythms and routines that serve both self and family. Embracing the present and accepting and trusting yourself as a parent working in or out of the home.    RESOURCES:   Mother Untitled Follow Mother Untitled on Instagram Connect with Neha Ruch on LinkedIn   ABOUT NEHA RUCH:   Neha Ruch is on a mission to update the perception of stay-at-home motherhood in America, infusing it with ambition, dignity, growth, and potential. She established her groundbreaking independent media brand, Mother Untitled, in 2017, in the early days of her motherhood journey. Since 2017, Mother Untitled has served as a digital oasis for ambitious women determined to grow, learn, and enjoy themselves during their chapter as the primary parent. Neha is a thought leader, sought-after speaker in the world of women, work, parenting, and identity and the author of a forthcoming book, The Power Pause, with Putnam, an imprint of Penguin Random House.

Awakening Aphrodite
164. Identifying Your Secret Story and Dismantling the Victim Mentality with Mark England

Awakening Aphrodite

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 85:06


What would your life be like if you could control your inner dialogue and live in full awareness of its messaging? Carl Jung talks about how we all have a subconscious "secret story" that runs the background programming of our lives. This inner voice creates our experience of reality. Yet most of us are not even aware of it! Bringing this voice into the conscious plane is the KEY to understanding ourselves and making positive changes in our lives. In today's episode, I sit down with my guest, Mark England who is a master at helping people identify their secret story, their true beliefs and the power of their words. Mark is a TEDx speaker and co-founder of Enlifted: a business that supports clients and coaches as they unlock limiting subconscious patterns and embrace their potential. He began his career as an elementary school teacher and now has 15 years of experience researching and speaking on the power of language. In today's episode, Mark teaches us the definition of the victim mentality and its true nature as an acquired trait. Language is inherited - for better or for worse. You'll learn all about the three pillars of conflict language, the importance of writing down your inner dialogue and the extent to which breathing influences the way we inhabit our lives. Mark defines "atelephobia" for us and finishes with helpful tips on which words we should be using MORE of in our daily lives. Our conversation is all about creating space in your life and ultimately becoming an empowered and optimistic individual. If you love learning about the power of language, I highly recommend Episode 72 featuring Nonviolent Communication expert Dr. Wayland Myers and Episode 69 with Laurel Arnica, the Metaphysical Mother Goose. TIME STAMPS 0:00:00 Introduction 0:08:41 Beginning Of Interview 0:10:48 The Power Of Story Change 0:15:33 Laurel Arnica 0:18:27 Defining The Victim Mentality 0:22:39 The Three Pillars Of Conflict 0:27:10 This Is An Education Issue 0:28:55 Wayland Myers 0:31:44 A Lifelong Passion 0:38:28 The Value Of Journaling 0:45:21 Slowing The Story 0:48:56 The Power Of Unlocking The Breath 0:57:16 Negation 1:02:12 The Enlifted Technique 1:04:55 Eliminating Soft Talk 1:08:16 Atelephobia 1:14:15 What Should We Speak More Of? 1:21:40 Mark's Resources Sharing your kind thoughts & feedback in a review is the ULTIMATE way to support Awakening Aphrodite. You can also jump on Amy's email list and follow her updates at @FitAmyTV. Find out more at amyfournier.com and watch this episode on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV! For special discounts on Amy's FAVORITE products, visit her estore.

Virtual Curbside
Episode 227: #53-2 Childhood Obesity: Identifying Appropriate Levels of Care

Virtual Curbside

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 24:37


The next couple of months, Host Paul Wirkus, MD, FAAP will be discussing Childhood Obesity with various experts. This month the focus will be on the behavioral approach with Professor Chad Jensen.In week two identifying appropriate levels of care for pediatric obesity will be discussed.Have a question? Send your question to questions@vcurb.com. Your question will be answered in week four. For more information about available credit visit vCurb.com.ACCME Accreditation StatementThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Colorado Medical Society through the joint providership of Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics and Utah Chapter, AAP.  Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics is accredited by the Colorado Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Credit Designation StatementKansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the acti

Mosaic of China
The Gemstone Buff (Christina CHAO, Gemologist)

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 43:14 Transcription Available


There's a field of academic study that sits at the intersection of geology and fashion, and that's gemology: the study of gemstones. Identifying, categorising and grading gemstones is a specific skillset, but valuation can be more subjective, particularly when it comes to regional variances such as with the inordinate popularity of jade in China.   Christina Chao is a gemologist and jewellery designer in Shanghai, who is passionate about translating the science of gems into the art of jewels. And as she describes in today's episode, that's a skill she often puts into practice when advising nervous men looking for engagement rings for their girlfriends. Or indeed nervous podcasters who don't know the first thing about gemstones.   The episode also includes a catch-up interview with: Vy Vu from Season 01 Episode 08 https://mosaicofchina.com/season-01-episode-08-vy-vu 00:00 - Trailer & Intro 02:40 - Part 1 25:46 - Part 2 35:34 - Outro 39:11 - Catch-Up Interview Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at: https://mosaicofchina.com/season-03-episode-20-christina-chao Join the community: Instagram https://instagram.com/oscology LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina Facebook https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina WeChat https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat

The MongoDB Podcast
Ep. 163 Revolutionizing Data Integration with Airbyte: A Conversation with Co-founder Michel Tricot

The MongoDB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 33:13


In this episode, we sit down with Michel Tricot, co-founder of Airbyte, to discuss the groundbreaking open-source data integration platform that's transforming how developers tackle data replication and integration challenges.Show Notes:[00:01:30] - Introduction to Michel Tricot, co-founder of Airbyte[00:03:10] - What is Airbyte and how it simplifies data integration[00:06:45] - The role of connectors in Airbyte and how developers can create them[00:10:25] - The benefits of using Airbyte in data replication processes[00:14:00] - Generative AI and its impact on Airbyte's development[00:17:55] - Leveraging GPT and LLM to enhance Airbyte's platform[00:19:29] - Companies Michel admires in the software space[00:21:14] - Addressing concerns around open-source licensing[00:23:20] - Michel's advice for early-stage startups[00:25:42] - Identifying key metrics for startup founders[00:28:30] - Airbyte's revenue model and focus on monetization[00:30:00] - How developers can learn more about AirbyteLinks/Resources:Airbyte Website: https://airbyte.io/Airbyte GitHub: https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyteAirbyte Slack Community: https://airbytehq.slack.com/Michel Tricot on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/micheltricot/Airbyte Documentation: https://docs.airbyte.io/

The Apex Podcast
Casual Monday: Leveraging Mentorship and Building Self-Worth

The Apex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 35:44


Welcome to Casual Mondays. Yes, we know they are being released on Tuesdays - but we record them every Monday so... deal with it.In these episodes, Jan and RJ talk about their weekends and whatever adventure is coming up that week.Today Jan and RJ talk about their approaches to mentorship and building self-worth. They use stories and examples from RJ's bodybuilding career and Jan's military background to compare and contrast different ways of:1. Identifying a Good Mentor2. How Seriously to Take Their Advice3. What your goal as a mentee should beAfter spending some time talking about mentorship, they change pace and discuss their journeys of building self-worth, and steps you can take to start giving yourself more credit on a daily basis. Especially if you are someone that has big dreams that feel really far away. We all have to start somewhere, and making sure you have a strong sense of self is super important as you chase that dream.If you enjoyed this episode and know someone else that would love to hang with us on The Apex Podcast...Share it with them!If you're listening, and someone with an amazing story comes to mind, we'd love an introduction! Even if the person has never been on a podcast before, we would be honored to be their first interview. Please submit a “Guest Referral” form here.We pride ourselves on our relationships and our ever-growing network of professionals around the globe. If you have experience in consulting, search engine optimization, marketing, or sales - we'd love to hear from you. We regularly send out referrals to members of our network. Trying to start your own interview-style podcast? Jan created a template that he uses for every interview, and we want you to have it - download it here.Follow Us on Social: Jan Almasy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-almasy-57063b34RJ Holliday: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-j-holliday-jr-b470a6204/ James Warnken: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameswarnken --LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/51645349/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ApexCommunicationsNetworkWebsite: https://www.apexcommunicationsnetwork.com

The Gratitude Podcast
Winning Arguments, Loosing Gratitude - Kimberly Best RN MA (ep. 838)

The Gratitude Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 49:23


Kimberly Best, RN, MA, is an author, speaker and a Tennessee Rule 31 Listed Civil and Trained Family Mediator. She is the author of “How to Live Forever A Guide to Writing the Final Chapter of Your Life Story”" and is a speaker and trainer on the topics of conflict management, dispute resolution processes, life transitions, and how to make difficult decisions. Kim is the proud mother of 5 grown children and the grandmother of 4 lively little ones. Resources:Kim's website: http://www.bestconflictsolutions.comGo to https://GreenChef.com/gratitude60 and use code gratitude60 to get 60% off plus free shipping! This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://www.betterhelp.com/GRATITUDE and get on your way to being your best self. Timestamps: The Power of Gratitude [00:00:00] Gratitude is a tool that helps mitigate life's challenges and empowers individuals to have options other than the bad things that happen. Conflict as an Opportunity for Growth [00:03:52] Conflict is normal and an opportunity to grow and learn more about oneself and others. It is not about who is right or wrong, but about learning and understanding. Dealing with Conflict in Personal Relationships [00:09:15] When dealing with conflict, it is important to identify the problem to be solved and the need that needs to be met. It is not about making the other person the problem, but coming from a place of vulnerability and understanding. Identifying the problem [00:10:09] Kimberly Best talks about how identifying the problem is the first step in solving it together. Valuing the relationship over being right [00:11:19] The speakers discuss how valuing the relationship is more important than being right in a conflict. Avoiding conflict [00:17:10] Kimberly Best shares her experience with being conflict avoidant and how honesty is key in resolving conflicts. Sharing and Verbalizing [00:19:44] The benefits of sharing and verbalizing our problems with others to gain perspective and reduce their perceived magnitude. Conflict in the Workplace [00:23:25] Discussion of how workplace conflicts can be similar to personal conflicts, including the importance of getting to know colleagues on a personal level and having a voice in the workplace. Seeing the Present from a Lens of the Past [00:28:01] The negative impact of seeing the present through the lens of past conflicts and how it can prevent resolution and growth in relationships. Conflict can be an opportunity for growth [00:28:57] Kimberly Best discusses how conflict can be an opportunity for growth and how to approach conflict in personal relationships, family, and business. People can change [00:29:47] The host shares a story about a business leader who changed in a year, and Kimberly Best adds that people can change, and we should not define them based on their worst moment. The impact of negative behavior [00:34:18] Kimberly Best talks about the impact of negative behavior and how our natural instincts are to protect ourselves, avoid being hurt, and want to be right. She emphasizes the need to be aware of ourselves and the impact of our actions on our relationships. Symbolic Release [00:39:13] Kimberly Best suggests writing down past hurts and burning the paper as a symbolic way of letting go. She also recommends picturing a foggy globe and putting concerns in it, then handing it out to the universe. Gratitude as Conflict Mitigation [00:44:53] Gratitude is a tool that helps mitigate life's challenges and empowers individuals to have options other than the bad thing that's happening to them. It is short-term work for long-term freedom. Taking a Pause [00:46:27] When feeling emotional and angry, taking a pause is the best tool to use. It allows individuals to see more than their side and reflect on what was going on with them instead of what was going on with the other person. How to Live Forever [00:47:27] Kimberly Best talks about her book "How to Live Forever" which is a guide to writing the final chapter of your life story.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rebel Whitecoat Podcast|Anxiety Relief|Empowerment|Spirituality
Dr. Meg Mill // Finding Migraine Relief by Identifying and Correcting The Root Causes

Rebel Whitecoat Podcast|Anxiety Relief|Empowerment|Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 44:51


Dr. Meg Mill is a Functional Medicine Practitioner, bestselling author, podcast host and speaker.  In her virtual Functional Medicine practice, she works with patients worldwide to heal the root cause of their health struggles through advanced diagnostic testing and personalized support.    She has been seen on Fox News Channel, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, in Reader's Digest, Health Magazine, and has appeared on many podcasts. In her podcast A Little Bit Healthier she discusses simple things you can add to your life every day to live a healthier, more fulfilled life. In this episode we dive deeper into a holistic approach to treating migraines at the root cause. Some highlights from this episode: What it means to take a holistic approach to migraines Common migraine triggers you may not be aware of Heavy metals and the role they play in migraines Rapid relief for migraines Gut health and migraines The role histamine plays in migraines Posture and your headaches You will find all Dr. Meg Mill's resources and ways to connect with her. Thank you Dr Meg!! 8 Step Guide to Say Goodbye to Headaches Naturally: www.HelpMyHeadaches.com Hormone Symptom Checklist:  Discover & Fix Your Hormonal Imbalances: www.HormoneFixer.com Head Strong: www.happinessbeyondheadaches.com and the webinar for it:www.headachefreedom.com Website: www.megmilll.com Podcast A Little Bit Healthier Instagram: www.instagram.com/drmegmill Facebook Group: A Little Bit Healthier   All podcast guest inquiries can be emailed to kellyrompelcoaching@gmail.com

The Wedding Biz - Behind the Scenes of the Wedding Business
Episode 459 CINDY NOVOTNY: Defining Iconic Luxury & Identifying Its Heart

The Wedding Biz - Behind the Scenes of the Wedding Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 27:28


Andy is so happy to welcome Cindy Novotny of Master Connection Associates back to the podcast to catch up! Cindy is an icon in the hospitality industry and is the original founder of MCA. She is an internationally renowned leader in sales, leadership, and customer service and has been recognized by the American Society of Training and Development as one of the most powerful, innovative, and passionate speakers in the industry. Cindy has also been named one of the top 25 most extraordinary minds in sales and marketing and is the author of the book Living with No Balance… and Loving It!. In this episode of the podcast, Cindy discusses how nerves and being out of your comfort zone can help you grow, what iconic luxury in the weddings and events industry means to her, how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the industry, and so much more! Andy really appreciates Cindy taking the time to come back to the show with updates and hopes that you enjoy his conversation with her! If so, then please share this episode with a few people you know who might also enjoy it. Be sure to also subscribe to the podcast if you aren't already so that you never miss a new episode and to leave a top review wherever you listen, as that really helps out the show and helps people find it! This episode is sponsored by Zola, the fastest-growing wedding platform that connects today's couples with the right planners and vendors. Zola gives wedding professionals more control, better exposure, and higher quality leads - all with competitive pricing and no annual commitment. Create your free listing at www.zola.com/andy.   Have you heard about Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey on The Wedding Biz Network? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network.   SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute!   Time Stamps [0:00] – The sponsor of this episode is Zola. [0:21] - Discover how Andy's stand-up comedy routine went. [2:13] - Today's guest is returning guest Cindy Novotny of Master Connection Associates. [3:20] - Cindy is constantly pushed out of her comfort zone. [5:56] - What is the heart of iconic luxury? [8:07] - Cindy explains what the key components of creating a luxury experience are. [10:27] - Cindy discusses AI. [13:04] - How does Cindy approach luxury meaning different things to different people? [16:33] - Cindy discusses upselling. [19:56] - How did COVID impact luxury travel? [22:38] - What does social selling mean to Cindy? [25:44] - Cindy argues that luxury involves being humble. [26:51] - Andy reveals Cindy's social media handles.   LINKS & RESOURCES Cindy's Previous Guest Spots on The Wedding Biz   Find Cindy: Cindy's BookCindy's WebsiteMaster Connection Associates - WebsiteCindy's Instagram PageCindy's Twitter PageCindy's YouTube Page   Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers   Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment & Zola.

Conversations with Cristie
08: Psychology Speak

Conversations with Cristie

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 26:20


In today's world, mental health terms and diagnoses seem to be everywhere. social media, YouTube, and everyday conversations are filled with references to anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions. While this trend may help to reduce the stigma around mental illness, it also raises questions about the appropriate use of psychological terms and interventions outside of clinical settings. In today's episode, I explore the pros and cons of this trend and consider the potential impact on individuals and society as a whole. While mental health terms and diagnoses can help reduce the stigma around mental illness and make psychological concepts more accessible, oversimplification and overgeneralization can lead to misuse and misinterpretation. The use of terms like boundaries and toxic relationships in modern relationships is also a concern, as they can be used too frequently and without proper consideration of the complexity of relationships. That is why we must examine our need to diagnose ourselves and others and seek help when necessary. On a lighter note, there are some great TV shows and podcasts out there that are both entertaining and uplifting! A New Yorker article According to a New Yorker article, the increasing use of mental health terms and diagnoses in everyday language has positive and negative implications. On the one hand, it helps to reduce the stigma around mental illness and makes psychological concepts more widely accessible. However, the oversimplification and overgeneralization of these terms, often in bite-sized social media videos, can lead to misuse and misinterpretation. That can cause individuals to diagnose themselves and others without the necessary expertise and potentially do more harm than good. A Bustle article I am impressed by younger people who are in tune with their emotions and relationships, but it worries me that they lack the tools to manage them. They fear that the normalization of mental health and feelings has resulted in using them as an excuse for bad behavior or addressing everything intensely before moving on. That's why my daughter sent me a Bustle article that interviewed young adults who had experienced bad breakups with friends, and they used psychological terms like boundaries and toxic relationships. The interviewed individuals were often caught off guard and surprised by the intensity of the conversation, with some not even realizing that they were being accused of being bad friends.  Boundaries and toxicity in modern relationships I am concerned about the use of the concepts of boundaries and toxic relationships in modern relationships. While I believe in the importance of setting boundaries and being aware of toxic relationships, it worries me that these terms are being used too frequently and without proper consideration of the complexity of relationships. Relationships are not always easy or clearly defined, especially as people grow and change. So instead of focusing solely on boundaries and toxic relationships, I believe we should reassess our relationships and take stock of whether or not they are serving both parties.  The problem with setting boundaries Setting boundaries can lead to conflict and disappointment, and toxic relationships are not just difficult relationships or disagreements. That's why I advise people to examine why they feel the need to diagnose themselves or others and ask them what they will do with the information. If it helps them get support or manage symptoms, then that's a good thing. But if it is just an excuse to avoid or continue something, they should seek support and help instead. Identifying a relationship as toxic can give people the freedom to make different choices. However, sometimes people mistake not getting what they want out of a relationship for it being toxic, which could be due to old trauma. Misuse of psychological terms People often misuse psychological terms like narcissism and toxic relationships without fully understanding them. People may label their partner as narcissistic or their relationship as toxic when they are simply going through a rough patch. Additionally, many people come to therapy when they are already in a toxic relationship triggered by past trauma, and the conflict cannot be settled easily because of the fight or flight response. That's why I suggest that instead of using psychological labels without understanding their meaning, individuals should examine their motivations and seek help accordingly.    What are you noticing? I have recently been watching and listening to two television shows and two podcasts.  The television shows are Tiny Beautiful Things and Single Drunk Female. Tiny Beautiful Things is based on the Cheryl Strayed book, Talking About Miss Sugar. I enjoyed it because of Kathryn Hahn's performance, and I liked how the storyline ends hopefully, despite being a little messy. Single Drunk Female is a fantastic show about a young woman getting sober and trying to live her life back in her hometown. It is good fun! It has a rich storyline, great characters, excellent character development, and a good supporting cast.  The two podcasts are Smartless with Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, and Sean Hayes and Fly on the Wall. Both podcasts are entertaining and full of silliness, typically with well-known celebrities interviewing other celebrities. Fly on the Wall is hilarious! It features Dana Carvey and David Spade, both former Saturday Night Live actors and comedians who have been in multiple other shows. Links and resources: Single Drunk Female on Hulu Trailer Tiny Beautiful Things Fly on the Wall Podcast Smartless Podcast

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Leadership Gold - Chapter 19 - The Choices You Make - Make You - Chris Cotton Weekly Blitz

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 11:56


This episode is sponsored by AutoLeap. AutoLeap is a cloud-based all-in-one automotive invoice software that helps you supercharge your mechanic shop. Their customers have experienced:30% increase in revenue by improving transparency and trust50% reduction in time spent researching and ordering parts10% increase in profit margins through robust reportingClick here to learn more about AutoLeap and schedule a demo:AutoLeap Link: http://bit.ly/3GRgO88Coach Chris Cotton from Autofix Auto Shop Coaching discusses the importance of making the right choices as a leader in this podcast episode sponsored by AutoLeap. He emphasizes that choices are the most determining factor in how our lives turn out and that every decision a leader makes has a trickle-down effect. Coach Chris Cotton provides guidance on how to make the right choices as a leader, suggesting that leaders should set higher standards for themselves and prioritize helping people over making them happy. He also provides application exercises for listeners to reflect on their major life choices and key choices as a leader.The Choice is Yours [00:01:53] Coach Chris Cotton discusses the importance of making the right choices and how they impact not only the leader but also their family, business, and those around them.My Standards are Higher [00:05:23] Coach Chris Cotton emphasizes the need for leaders to have high standards for themselves and to prioritize helping people over making them happy.Helping People is More Important [00:06:17] Coach Chris Cotton discusses how the burdens of leadership are great and how it's more important for leaders to help people than make them happy.Major Choices [00:07:56] Reflecting on the major choices that have changed one's life and how they have impacted circumstances and personal growth.Key Choices for Leadership [00:08:48] Identifying and writing down the key choices that guide one's leadership, including high standards for oneself and prioritizing helping people over making them happy.Helping Others [00:09:38] The importance of helping others and mentoring them to make their own decisions, rather than making choices for them, to become self-sufficient and self-reliant.QuotesCoach Chris Cotton, 00:02:46, "We always get what we choose."Chris, 00:10:31, "you have to make them own it."Don't forget to rate and review us! Connect with Chris:chris@autofixsos.com940.400.1008www.autoshopcoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AutoFixAutoShopCoachingYoutube: https://bit.ly/3ClX0ae#autofixautoshopcoaching #autofixbeautofixing #autoshopprofits #autoshopprofit #autoshopprofitsfirst #autoshopleadership #autoshopmanagement #autorepairshopcoaching #autorepairshopconsulting #autorepairshoptraining #autorepairshop #autorepair #CoachChrisCotton #AutofixAutoShopCoaching #leadership #making choices #impact #family #business #high standards #helpingpeople #powerofchoice #freedom #determiningfactor #complex #lifelongprocess #trickledowneffect #guidance #ownership #champion #applicationexercises #majorlifechoices #keychoices #difficultchoices #mentoringmoment #helpingothers #successful business #coaching #riseandgrind

Saints Happy Hour
Identifying The Saints 2023 Rookie of The Year

Saints Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 14:54


The Saints draft is over but who's the favorite to be Saints rookie of the year? Kevin and Ralph argue.The Show needs your support more than ever! Get commercial free versions of all episodes AND access to our private Discord by becoming a Patron AT ANY LEVEL!! Amazon Prime users can support Saints Happy Hour FOR FREE! Instructions on how are here and link to help us is here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Simple Farmhouse Life
183. The Value of a Homemaker | RuthAnn Zimmerman

Simple Farmhouse Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 62:50


Homemaking is truly an art, which means each of us expresses our own personalities and interests and values in unique ways in our homes.  But one thing all homemakers share in common is the value they bring to their families.  In my conversation with RuthAnn, we dive into some of the whys and hows of homemaking.  If you are seeking encouragement and inspiration in your role as a homemaker, you don't want to miss this chat with RuthAnn! In this episode, we cover: How you can begin to recognize the value in a homemaker's role Identifying a housekeeping structure that works for you Where to start when you have a lot on your plate Recognizing what your season allows for Prioritizing tasks when everything seems to need your attention Weighing the cost of spending time or money How we can pass down to our children many of the skills that have been lost The importance of articulating why homemaking is important to you Shifting our mindsets around the seasonal availability of food Establishing home rhythms that fit your family and season Learning from others and finding community in social media while avoiding the comparison trap View full show notes on the blog + watch this episode on YouTube. Thank you to our sponsors! Azure Standard | Use code SPRINGHOMESTEAD10 at AzureStandard.com Carly Jean Los Angeles | Use code FARMHOUSE20 at CarlyJeanLosAngeles.com Toups and Co Organics | Use code FARMHOUSE at ToupsandCo.com Please see full show notes for more details on these offers. RESOURCES MENTIONED Old Fashioned Approach to Childhood Chores eBook Hear RuthAnn speak at the Homesteaders of America conference CONNECT RuthAnn Zimmerman | Website | Instagram | YouTube Lisa Bass of Farmhouse on Boone | Blog | YouTube | Instagram | TikTok | Facebook | Pinterest Join us in the Simple Farmhouse Life Facebook community!

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Investigating the Unthinkable: Behind the Tape on the Scene of a Mass Murder

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 37:16


In this episode of Body Bags, host Joseph Scott Morgan and co-host Dave Mack delve into the emotionally challenging experiences and unique difficulties faced by death investigators and first responders during mass shooting events. They emphasize the importance of maintaining a systematic approach while navigating the emotional and logistical complexities of these events, they discuss the challenges of identifying victims in various settings, explore the significance of conducting autopsies in cases of mass shootings or multiple homicides, how to address religious objections, and the role of medical legal authorities in making final decisions.   Time-codes:  00:00 - Introduction. 01:10 - JoeScott's friend's experience with the Columbine massacre. 02:30 - Discussing being inside the tape on a mass homicide. 03:55 - Broad range of incidents classified as mass shootings. 05:05 - Mention of H. Wayne Carver III and Sandy Hook case. 06:05 - Mass fatality events are not always defined by a specific number of victims. 07:00 - Joseph's involvement in the Buckhead shooting investigation. 08:20 - Mentally processing mass shooting crime scenes in everyday environments. 10:10 - First responders' life-saving mode and gathering information. 11:55 - Challenge of identifying victims in a mass shooting. 14:40 - Identifying victims in different settings (schools vs. public spaces). 15:50 - Increased difficulties faced by death investigators during mass shooting events. 17:30 - Emotional toll of being a death investigator in mass casualty situations. 18:10 - Potential dangers for first responders during mass shooting events. 20:40 - The concept of secondary devices and staying vigilant at crime scenes. 23:25 - Challenges in handling multiple victims and assessing postmortem changes. 25:20 - Use of Tyvek suits for protection during investigations. 26:35 - Composition of investigation teams and processing bodies at crime scenes. 28:05 - Importance of addressing legal requirements and thorough documentation. 31:05 - Moral and legal responsibilities of forensic investigators. 32:45 - Need for autopsies even when the perpetrator is known. 33:20 - Handling religious objections to autopsies. 36:00 - Medical legal authorities can override religious objections to autopsies. 37:30 - Outro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
Business | Identifying Your 3 Legged Marketing Stool and Committing to It

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 23:43


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