Design is about more than just what looks good. From what we choose to wear to what we bring into our homes, design tells us what matters and sometimes who matters. And, as is true for all of us, a designer's identity and experiences affect their ideas in both subtle and not so subtle ways. This week on the podcast, Brian Lowery talks with two artists about how issues of identity and power inform their work: Bryce Wong, footwear designer at Nike SB, and Jomo Tariku, furniture designer and creator of the Nyala chair. To find out more about Brian and his work, visit knowwhatyousee.com.
After a LOOOONG but much needed Hiatus, Sarah is back to talk with Fernando about his experience with postpartum depression. Fern not only shares his heartbreaking experience watching his now ex-wife struggle with perinatal mental illness and how that effected their relationship and lifestyle but also delves into the largely unspoken world of having postpartum depression AS THE PARTNER who did not give birth. He touches on big factors such as manhood, therapy, fatherhood, identity, being a supporter, and a good husband but also on particular experiences we don't often see spotlighted: that of being raised in a traditional Mexican household where "machismo" meant being a husband and father in a different way than he envisioned for himself. Don't miss this one!
Last month, Marie Wilcox of Woodlake, Calif., the last known fluent speaker of the indigenous language, Wukchumni, passed away. Before she died, she dedicated herself to preserving the language by putting together a Wukchumni dictionary and recording herself speaking. Similar efforts are underway across California, a state where some 100 indigenous languages were spoken before the arrival of Europeans. Many of those languages have disappeared entirely and some have only a few fluent speakers left. We talk about what it takes to save a language and the work of the California Language Archive at the University of California, Berkeley.
Transformational coach, writer and facilitator Aaron Rose (@aaronxrose) joins me for this wide-ranging conversation about spiritual awakening, cancel culture, sovereignty, Hu Kitchen chocolate and alpacas. We discuss: Ksenia shares lessons from a recent medicine journey Cultivating a fertile void Ksenia's journey with changing the podcast name Spiritual awakening IRL Integrating spiritual truth into physical, multidimensional human self “Big whale energy” The teaching from “A Course In Miracles” that has been coming up for us Being in the world, but not of it Building a world where we all thrive Tending to the physicality of your life Becoming uncancellable in an inside job What it's like when God is your boss Aaron's experience being multidimensional in gender and sexuality Integrating spiritual lessons into the physical realm Aaron's experience being an alpaca whisperer Building a home What is cancel culture here to teach us? Letting go of knowing what's best of others Becoming your own safe space The astrology of current world events Finding the courage to speak your truth Becoming your own safe space Aaron's monk purification period Identity shifts in the digital age Aaron's daily surrender practice Ksenia's experience going through Aaron's “God is my boss” course Turning over your life to Source and restoring Love Related episodes: 110 Aaron Rose: Intentional Frequency Exchange Online & Shadow Work On Instagram 145 Michelle Sinnette: New Paradigm of Business with Legacy Cacao Founder 13 Thomas Droge: How To Cultivate Physical and Spiritual Energy and Why QiGong Will Make Your Business More Successful Connect with Aaron Rose: Instagram @aaronxrose theaaronrose.com Connect with Ksenia: kseniabrief.com Instagram @ksenia.brief YouTube Ksenia Brief TikTok @ksenia.brief Subscribe, rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts Follow the podcast on Spotify
The Zero Trust model is the belief that no one should be trusted from inside or outside your network, until their identity has been verified. Zero trust refers to the alignment of maturing identity practices, an established understanding of user behaviors, and the application of least-privilege access security policy decisions to trust boundaries. In this week's State of Identity, host, Cameron D'Ambrosi debunks the buzz around zero trust architecture with Ryan Case, Chief Cybersecurity Architect at SailPoint. They provide first-hand guidance on identity-defined security architecture and how it enriches authorization with both contextual and intelligent access information to make objective decisions. In this session, you'll learn how to reduce friction to end-users while enabling deliberate identity verification and policy decisions.
Today on the podcast I'm excited to have an interview with illustrator and author of Why We Cook, Lindsay Gardner. Lindsay is a mother of two daughters (her favorite sous chefs) and her watercolor and gouache illustrations have appeared not only in cookbooks and other editorial projects, but advertising campaigns, and stationery and interior design collaborations as well. Lindsay's wide-ranging artistic sensibility makes her a gentle interrogator of the world around her. Her food art has appeared in the Cookie Advent Cookbook, Pies, Fries & Ice Cream, and The Rituals, as well as Uppercase Magazine, Architectural Digest, StyleCarrot, Decorist, Vogue, among others. Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, she's been fortunate to live in the beautiful and vibrant locales of Oakland and San Francisco, CA, Chicago, IL, New York, NY and Middlebury, VT, and recently moved to northern Michigan. Why We Cook is her first book. Today on the podcast we talk about the nitty gritty process of making the book, Lindsay's making the art for the book from managing ideation, sketching, layout and final paintings, as well as the timing of the book's release given the pandemic and everything else that was happening in the world at the time. Things We Mention In This Episode: Lindsay's website @lindsaygardnerart Lindsay's illustrated cookbooks Cookie Advent Cookbook Pie, Fries, and Ice Cream - a coloring book for food lovers The Rituals Simple Practices to Cultivate Well-Being, Deepen Relationships, and Discover Your True Purpose Lindsay's current favorite cookbooks: Sababa - Adeena Sussman Simply Julia - Julia Turshen Join Confident Cookbook Writers Facebook Group Learn more about How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook during this free masterclass
Today's guest is Rachel Wong. Rachel Wong is a podcast host, speaker, and writer living in Vancouver, Canada. In today's episode, Rachel shares what feminity and feminine genius mean to her and how that has evolved along with her faith over time. She talks about the intersection of her racial, cultural, and mental health identities and how she brings them all more intentionally into different phases of her journey. Rachel shared her evolution, how feminity evolved through conversation with other people, and how her own crisis of womanhood led her to start the Feminine Genius podcast. Check out the newest season of Rachel's podcast, Feminine Genius, and listen to episodes of A Pondering Heart Podcast. Don't forget to rate and review this podcast and share it with a friend.
Need a recap of our Identity Mini Series because [insert busy life plans here]? We got you covered! Four episodes all on identity is a lot to comprehend, so we brought in two folks who are calling out the most interesting things they heard, new learning's and what nuggets had their wheels turning.
Part 1: The Aggregation of Marginal GainsHabits are really about identity change. Behaviour change is simply the means to get there (the feedback loop).What are atomic habits? They are the smallest possible habits, tiny little things that you can begin doing easily for remarkable changes.Example: The British cycling team wasn't doing so well until their new coach, Dave Brailsford, implemented very small, incremental changes: things like trying out different tires or massage lotions to increase recovery time.They did not see immediate results, but the gains accumulate over time. This known as the aggregation of marginal gains.The idea here is if you only get 1% better every day in a specific task by the end of the year you are 37% better. Which is great, but the real magic comes when you multiply the effect across years.“Small habits don't add up. They compound.”James Clear Dave Brailsford and British Cycling, as of 2018, won 5 of the last 6 Tour de France events with 3 different riders, capturing dozens of gold medals, and setting many Olympic and World Records in the process. Their system works.Note: the optimization apparently continued outside of the parameters into the gray zones… and now it's sort of Lance Armstrong all over again.Part 2: Slow Burnit's not about getting what you want, the power of habits is the change who you are. Or who you want to become.James clear's analogy for the challenge of change is the Ice Cube. If the Ice Cube is in a room at 23 degrees, and you heat up the room by 1°, nothing happens. This is like me being on a diet for one week. But you could heat up the room 1 degree eight or nine more times (and maybe you should consider that eight or nine years) but when it hits that magical 32° the ice begins to melt.The lesson that Clear and other authors articulate is that it takes between 5 to 8 years to become an overnight success. And during this time, pretty much no one will see a difference, but suddenly, there will be a state change.To describe this, he introduces The Plateau of Latent Potential & The Valley of Disappointment.We are getting 1% better every day. We expect that arrow on the chart to keep pointing up with steady lineal progress, but Clear says that it is actually more like a plateau before we rise exponentially.He cautions where you place your emphasis: outcome metrics will vary, but if your process is good, such as showing up every day and staying on a schedule, the results will show up. It just might take another 3 or 4 years… If my system is good.“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”James ClearHaving big goals is normal… everyone has a dream, but having big passion alone will not get us there. It is the daily systems we put in place that get us there.But to do this, we must also be aware.“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”James ClearDo you remember the story about the Elephant and the Rider? Where the rider (ego) thinks they are in control, but the unconscious is an elephant… and if it decides to walk left, we tend to pretend we (as the rider) are in control and rationalize the direction saying “yes, I always wanted to go that direction anyway.”To change your path, you must be aware of your unconscious patterns and behaviors.The insight here is that we tend to think our habits help us achieve a goal… but really, habits are behaviors that determine our identity.your identity feeds your habits, and your habits feed your identity, forming a feedback loop.So, this is not about just collecting hacks or forming odd habits: focus on the big goals, learn to embody your values.One thing you can do when looking for the path to manifest your values is to ask yourself: what kind of person writes a book? What kind of person has success in this space? You hear that Hemmingway started writing at 5:00 AM everyday and wrote for 3 hours no matter how hungover. If you take on this habit, your identity will change: you will become a writer (but hopefully not a heavy drinker.)One way to consider all of this is to both PUSH and PULL yourself.Set the goal and let it PULL you forward: let that dangling carrot inspire you and drive you. Let the habits PUSH you. It may feel odd to enact behaviors (copycat or mimicry) that you do not fully comprehend at first, but sometimes merely performing the action can lead you to the insight and benefits, which over time can manifest a change in interior motivations as well.Part 3: Habit Stackyour habits are just the automated solutions that solve the problems your brain faces regularly.James ClearWe can hack our environmental awareness to stack things together, making a mutually reinforcing chain of behaviors, or habits.To form a new habit, we have a cue that triggers craving, which prompts a response, and then we get our reward.But the “cue” can be developed, we can hack it, according to Time, location, or even by a preceding event, so you can trigger cues to link or stack habits together ~ potentially driving out old bad habits and replacing them with potentially good habits.Simple Habit Stack: Every time you close your laptop, do 10 pushups.Mental Habit Stack: In a more complicated version, [[Tom Bilyeu]] from[[impact theory]] says that after meditating you have just reduced a lot of cognitive distress and anxiety. During this kind of super open and calm state anything you do afterwards should be more focused and your brain should be more receptive. So for instance you would stack meditation and journaling future goals together. Or meditate, then read, allowing your mind to absorb the content without the typical daily cognitive anxiety.Physical habit stacks: When you workout your body becomes super absorptive of protein or anything else you put in your body… for about 20 minutes post workout. This is a peak window that you should take advantage of for gains and decreased soreness and inflammation.This “knowledge of knowledge”, knowing when you can maximize your efforts with a little stack allows habits to interlock and become routines.Part 4: Environment“Sometimes success is less about making good habits easy and more about making bad habits hard.”James ClearBut what about bad habits, temptation, and will power? The latest science shows that will power is like a battery charge: if you use it all up, you have to go to sleep to re-charge and get more of it.I did an episode, Step 19: Breakdown of Will on a book by George Ainslie, where he shows how understanding temptation (and reward paths) can also lead us understanding how willpower functions.We need to change our thinking, we need to consider will-power and discipline as a limited resource, not a character trait. Then we can begin to set up your life to not only avoid temptation, like food or procrastination, but also we can make our environment serve us by limiting bad distractions, and planting good ones.Small behavior hack: if you don't drink enough water, simply put bottles or glasses of water all around you when you start your day, so you no longer need the willpower to walk all the way to the fridge to get water every so often.This is modifying your environment, which can be part of a habit stack: when you enter your office gather the empty water bottles from yesterday and fill them all up again and disperse them, before you let yourself get a cup of coffee. Or if you need a reward habit stack, flip it: every time you drink a cup of water you reward yourself with a cup of coffee, or you get to check Instagram for 5 minutes. whatever your drug is, but be careful of these REWARD Stacks… at the end of the day we don't want to train ourselves to be entitled to a reward for doing something so mundane as drinking water.Clear says, your environment is an “invisible hand” that guides your behavior.“What often looks like a lack of willpower is actually the result of a poor environment.”James ClearRight, but how do you do this? If you know you have limited willpower then early in the day (while you are still fresh and full of discipline vigor) you can set up your environment to aid that weak willed ninny that you become in the afternoons.If you suffer from checking social media, then early in the day you set a software to block it until after work.If you eat too much at lunch, pre-pack your lunch into a smaller Tupperware container. Like Odysseus tied to the mast, take the decision away from the future you.“Winners often win because their environment makes winning easier.”James Clear
Identity Finally Gets its Day in the Sun . The global pandemic has brought identity management to the forefront like never before. Company leaders across all industries, especially those using hybrid workforces (human and digital), are more focused than ever on understanding and securing identity as a core corporate discipline. On this podcast, Brad Hairston talks with Mike Kiser, Senior Identity Strategist at SailPoint Technologies, who explains why it's critically important for companies in the digital economy to think a step ahead with identity management, not just catch up to where they should have been all along. . Here's what we talked with Mike about: * How identity is defined * The meaning of "identity is the new blue" * Where most companies are falling short in identity access management and cybersecurity * How SailPoint helps companies address it blind spots related to identity * How the integration of SailPoint and Blue Prism gives enterprises visibility into governing digital workers like their human counterparts * How organizations benefit the most by using SailPoint and Blue Prism together * Customer success stories involving SailPoint and Blue Prism * What the future holds for Identity Access Management . To ensure that you never miss an episode of Transform NOW, be sure to subscribe!
Eric Partaker coaches and mentors entrepreneurs and leaders throughout the world, helping them reach peak levels of performance, in both their businesses and lives. He draws from his world-class work experiences at McKinsey, Skype, and Chilango, cutting-edge research and behavioral science from Stanford University, and the approaches and techniques used in the worlds of elite sports and the military – areas where peak performance is key. In this conversation, we uncover some key insights from his latest book ‘The 3 Alarms: A Simple System to Transform Your Health, Wealth, and Relationships Forever'. We also discuss peak performance traps, visual reminders, Maslow's hierarchy of needs – and the cost of a plane landing in an emergency. Talking Points What Eric discovered from his near-death experience The IPA triggers What we mean by ‘antifragile' The power of the words we use and how identity drives behavior What the superhero version of you looks like Eric's Three Alarms Quote "In some shape or form, you're already doing ‘The Thing'." Helpful Links ‘The Three Alarms' by Eric Partaker ‘Antifragile' by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Black Swan (2010) Episode 266: Becoming Indistractable with Nir Eyal Eric Partaker on Identity, Purpose and Change - Beyond the To-Do List ‘Atomic Habits' by James Clear Episode 227: Why You Need Atomic Habits with James Clear EricPartaker.com Want to discover some of the books mentioned on the podcast? Check out Scribd, my reading app of choice. If you enjoyed the episode, please leave a rating and/or review wherever you listened to the episode. Also don't forget to check out all of our podcast sponsors found on our podcast sponsors page. If you enjoyed the episode, please leave a rating and/or review wherever you listened to the episode. And if you want to have easy access to the archives of the show and ensure you don't miss the new episodes to come then subscribe to the podcast in the app you're using.
When most of your time spent with others is on digital platforms, is your digital identity a better representation of who you are than your physical identity? As we look forward towards the future, our avatars will play an increasingly important role in how we enter the metaverse and how we represent ourselves there. "The purpose of the avatar inside the metaverse is to really truly look inside ourselves," Kelly Vero says. The avatar can become an exploration of the self, but it can also give us the opportunity to be multiple selves, explore multiple identities, or different facets of identity at once. In the metaverse, everyone can create a unique identity, no matter how similar or different to your physical appearance and IRL identity. Identity is oftentimes heavily influenced by culture. And the culture of the past 30 years has been informed largely by one thing—the internet. The internet and the evolution of social media have made way for all types of conversations about identity, self-determination and even gender. So how will the next evolution of the internet—the metaverse—inform our identity in the future? That's the question we'll explore in this week's episode of Adweek's Metaverse Marketing podcast.
Vladi and Nektarios are back with a new ExtraNAKED episode. They reflect on their conversation with Yves Cornu and the high pressure environment that is the world of fashion. They talk about the parallels between the startup world and Yves' world; identity and where validation comes from; and authentic relationships. Show notes Share your questions with Vladi and Nektarios at email@example.com Listen to the guest episode with Yves Cornu Connect with Yves: LinkedIn How can you support the podcast? Tell your friends and share online. Subscribe & review: Please make sure to review, share comments and subscribe to the show on the various platforms (Apple Podcasts, Spotify & Google Podcasts) Spread the word: Help grow our reach by sharing your enthusiasm for the podcast and/or your favourite episodes by posting it on social media. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince future guests to share their stories! For show notes and past guests, visit https://www.thefuturefarm.co/naked-podcast Don't forget to sign up for more! Sign up for The Future Farm's monthly newsletter (Pit-Stop) at https://www.thefuturefarm.co/newsletter Follow The Future Farm on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
“The goal is not to have a perfect teenager...our goal was that they'd love Jesus and love their neighbor.” This was the interview I needed. Dave and Ann Wilson, founders of a multi-campus church and family coaches, talk all about parenting and launching kids into their identity. Their newest book No Perfect Parents shares easy-to-apply principles that can help foster strong parent-child relationships through adulthood. I always say that being a parent will go down as my hardest job ever, and it's easy to get caught up in judging my “success” as a parent based on how well my kids turn out. But this episode was a reminder that the best thing we can do for our kids is to not only love them but also constantly remind them of who they are in Christ and what God has the power to do in their lives. Connect with Jamie Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // YouTube GET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For the next weeks, we will be re-sharing the top 6 episodes of Peruvians of USA Season 2! ********************************************** Elena is an Andean adoptee from Peru. Her family is from Puno, Peru, though she was born and adopted from Lima. Elena was adopted during the Fujimori regime right after Alan Garcia was out of office. Finding community has been a long journey. Reconnecting with her biological family has given Elena a sense of connection back to Peru. Elena is raising an Afro-Indigenous daughter whom she absolutely adores. Her daughter is the reason Elena loves her people and community that much harder. Elena wants her daughter to have representation as she grows up and to see the beauty in our people. Learning to accept that adoption IS part of the diaspora has been liberating. Elena has found herself within a community that is accepting and understanding. If you find yourself in Azángaro, Puno, Peru – check out Elena's mom's restaurant called, Solé. El saborcito criollo. Connect with Elena via IG @brooklynwarmidesigns In this episode: How Brooklyn Warmi Designs jewelry is helping the Peruvian diaspora reconnect with their indigeneity, honor our ancestors, and connect with each other Elena's adoption story, identity crisis, and choosing community above all else Elena's advice to people thinking about adopting and how it's a lifetime commitment to healing Shoutouts to fellow Peruvian creators and small business owners, such as Black Flowers Grow, Love Supay, Cholita Nuyorquina, So Sweet by Michelle, T's Designs, and photographer Bonny Melendez. Ways to support the podcast: Give us a review on Apple Podcast Become a Listener Supporter, see link in bio Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! Check out our scholarship "Javier Bardales Huaripata" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/support
Visiting family during the holidays might be one of the top stressors people experience. For some it is tolerable and mildly fun, but for many people it is miserable. In this episode, we will discuss some resources to help make traveling to visit family more enjoyable.
“Who would you be if you didn't know who you were?”Vince Fowler joins me on this episode of the podcast asking some real thought-provoking questions. He sheds some light on how our identities drive our behaviors, influences our decisions, and gives us forward momentum towards our goals. Knowing what we want our future identity to be gives us the opportunity to plan out our progress and prepare for obstacles we may face on the journey there.Vince also emphasizes the importance of learning from our experiences, good and bad, and realigning how we identify ourselves along the way. By leaving room to learn and grow, we give ourselves the space to transition through different phases and roles throughout our lives without losing our sense of purpose and who we are.So, how do you identify yourself? Tune in!About Vince Fowler:Vince Fowler is a Human Performance Coach to impact-driven CEOs and their leaders. His professional coaching journey began ten years ago at a Calgary-based business coaching firm serving Calgary's small business community.Feeling the need and desire to bring his own curiosity and science-based methodologies of coaching to current and future clients, Vince left the firm in Sep 2012 and has been in private practice ever since, serving clients locally, across Canada and the US.Vince credits his success in coaching to constant mentioning and self-examination, a deep curiosity in the science of human behaviour, along with a unique life of lived experiences – many of which include significant moments of suck. To learn more, you can visit Vince's website and connect with him on LinkedIn and Instagram.Mentioned In This Episode:WorkLife with Adam Grant: Glennon Doyle Wants You to Abandon IdentityThink Again by Adam GrantThe Gap and The Gain by Dan SullivanThe Gap and The Gain FrameworkFollow Lindsay on LinkedIn and FacebookFind more resources on my website
Subscribe to the transcripts at https://www.allearsenglish.com/subscribe What is a demonym? Its the word you use to talk abotu someone from a specific state or city. Today learn the most important state demonynms in English so that you can lively conversations about culture and politics with native speakers
Sully and Kurt are back with another episode, and back with Takeaway Tuesday! No Sam sadly, as he is cheering on the Bucks tonight. But, Sully and Kurt discuss if we really know a team's identity, how bad Miami is, plus much more! Make sure to tune in and follow us on Instagram @AllSportsCulture. Also, make sure to check out Sports Betting Dime for the best odds, news, and all things related to sports betting.
In part three of our Identity Series, Apostle Kathy El-Ali teaches on the importance of building character in order to walk in your Kingdom purpose. Learn to cultivate a lifestyle of greatness by applying methods that foster growth and lead to success. Discover who He created you to be, not who others say you are. Stay connected: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewellgr/?hl=en Website: http://www.thewellgr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewellgr/
Letting go is difficult, especially when there's emotional attachment involved. But when you find that certain someone or something is just there taking up space and is no longer helpful in your life, it's time to reconsider holding on. In this week's live podcast, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about letting go of persons, places, things, and ideas that no longer serve you and how do you exactly do that. They also explain a few reasons you should let go, especially when you're on your journey to finding your higher self.Group coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite
Welcome back to a new season of the Gatty Lecture Rewind! In this first episode of the semester, Michael sits down with Tom Pepinsky, the director of the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, to discuss the concept of ethnic identity in Malaysia. This was the topic of Professor Pepinsky's recent Gatty Lecture and the crux a long-term book project he is developing. Research & lecture summary: 02:33 Advice for undergrads/reading recommendations/life during the pandemic: 29:28 Tom Pepinsky's Top Recommendations: The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen (link) The Raid: Redemption (2011 movie) What is a Malay? by Judith A. Nagata (link)
Jenni Dubman, co-founder of Nth Degree Athletic Club and leader in the Bay Area running community joins the pod to talk about her running origin story, finding her people in the running community, and why she felt a responsibility to grow and preserve the running community that helped shape her. Some highlights from our conversation:
In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Eric Geiger. Geiger is the senior pastor of Mariners Church and former co-host of 5LQ. He is also author of several books including Simple Church, Identity, and Designed to Lead. They discuss the following questions: Why is reading important for a leader?How has reading helped you lead in new spaces and new disciplines?How should a leader read a book?How does reading help influence your preaching and how do you take what you are reading and curate it into sermon?What are your top 5 books to read as a leader?When should you ask your staff to read a book with you? What are the best practices?How do you apply what you read and put it into practice? BEST QUOTES "You combine the humility of opening a book and the discipline of opening a book and that's a recipe for growth.""The more I read, the more I am able to articulate strategy, vision, and concise arguments.""Reading is important for leaders because the leader grows and the leader learns how to frame communication.""Know on the front end how you are going to engage the book.""Going into each book knowing the point of reading that book informs how you engage.""If I read a paradigm shifting book, then I look to bring it to the team to help them process where I believe we need to go.""Identify on the tail end of a book what are a couple of things you are going to do." RECOMMENDED RESOURCES Lifeway Leadership Podcast Network Simple Church by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger Identity by Eric Geiger Designed to Lead by Eric Geiger Spiritual Leadership by Oswald Sanders Leading Change by John Kotter Leadership and the One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney, Stephen Covey and Jim Huling A Beautiful Constraint by Mark Barden and Adam Morgan The Emotionally Healthy Leader by Peter Scazzero Depression by Edward Welch This Episode's Sponsor: Our sponsor, BELAY, is offering all our podcast listeners a free download of their resource, ‘5 Ways A Church Bookkeeper Can Transform Your Day,' which shares the five most positive changes that will come out of hiring a bookkeeper for your church. Just text LIFEWAY to 55123 or visit belaysolutions.com/lifeway to download it for free today!
There are many incredible benefits of incorporating executive coaching as a part of your strategic growth plan. Increased productivity, maximizing potential, and removing mental barriers are a few worth mentioning. Including coaching and prioritizing mindset development is not an indication of a problem or a sign of weakness. On the contrary, executive coaching is a worthwhile investment that will benefit both you and your people.One of the most important factors to the success of any organization is that of the leader's mindset. We discuss the 2 types of mindsets that have been proven to affect a leaders' ability to set the vision, achieve peak performance and cultivate the right culture. We break down:Growth vs Fixed MindsetLearning vs Performance MindsetA growth mindset is where you believe that intelligence and talent can be developed with effort contrasted with a fixed mindset which lends to a belief that intelligence and talent are unchangeable. A learning implies a motivation to increase competence and mastery of a skill compared to a performance mindset which has as its motivation to gain favorable judgement or outcome. We also briefly discuss an industry giant who exemplifies this leadership mindset. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft set as a mission to reform the culture of his company. We look at his book, ‘Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft's Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone'. Nadella explains that mindsets– particularly growth mindsets– were his primary focus when revamping Microsoft. With this leadership, the company's market capitalization and stock price has more than tripled.Let's not resist success. Let's embrace a commitment to invest more in executive coaching and toward the development of the ‘leadership mindset'. Be sure to Support and Follow us by Subscribing & Downloading:--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp
Identity fraud, account takeover, phishing attempts — financial institutions have seen all of these crimes increase in 2021. Andy Shank, vice president of fraud and risk product management at Vericast, joins us to discuss how banks and credit unions can better protect customers from these growing threats.
"It was all rooted in fear, doubt and scarcity, and when you work from a place of fear, doubt, and scarcity, you are bound to scarce results." In this episode, Adam Kiddoo joins me to talk all about shifting your identity. Adam was a coach of mine and was responsible for helping shift my perspective and allowing me to see things from a different lens. In our interview, we dive into intuition, facing your fears, finding your identity, and other insights that you can use for your personal life and for your businesses. You'll hear us discuss:- Finding your Identity and the qualities of masculine and feminine energies.- How to tell if you are inspired or overthinking.- The pros and cons of being a giver....and so much more! Don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. About Today's Guest Adam Kiddoo is motivational speaker and personal coach who transforms passive entrepreneurs into Heart Centered Leaders. He is on a mission to help reduce the amount of stress in the world because stress is an absolute killer. Collectively, he has made over $1,000,000 in sales for his mentors James Wedmore, Jim Fortin, and Brandon Lucero. Adam KiddooThe Adam Kiddoo PodcastAdam on FacebookAdam on Instagram Join the Facebook community! Are you a new fitness entrepreneur looking to attract clients? Maybe you're looking to dial in your messaging? Or perhaps you're experienced and looking to scale your business? Head on over to Facebook, and request access to my Online Marketing for Fitness Professionals group. Post an introduction about yourself, ask some questions, or let us celebrate your wins with you. BSimpsonFitnessLinks & Coaching Opportunities Simple Selling Live
We all tell ourselves stories about ourselves. Sometimes they're true, sometimes they're not. Whatever the case may be, don't let any story stand in the way of you doing something you want. Listen to Amy unpack this concept in this installment of her outdoor diary. Some of the good stuff: [:27] The unintentional theme of Season 4 [1:17] Outside is for everyone—even you! [2:05] The stories Amy tells herself [4:12] Tell yourself stories, but make sure they're true [5:10] Where to find Humans Outside Connect with this episode: Follow Humans Outside on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HumansOutside/ Follow Humans Outside on Instagram: instagram.com/humansoutside Subscribe to the Humans Outside newsletter for a chance to win a free decal: http://humansoutside.com/newsletter/
In 2012, at the same time James was dealing with the loss of his Granny, Haley's Dad unexpectedly went to Heaven. This episode is very real and raw from Haley's perspective, but also filled with the joy and hope that is his legacy… One clear thought she remembered having was “He didn't even get to walk me down the aisle.” She was 32 and single. She heard Jesus say “He's been walking you down the aisle for 32 years”.“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened” -Dr. SuessPlease Support our Sponsors. They help us provide this content for free. Brad Drake(205)613-5530https://www.braddrakeheatingandair.com/Alec Priola -NMLS# 1301247 firstname.lastname@example.org www.assurancemortgage.com/apriolaAssurance Financial- Equal Housing Lender NMLS# 70876Dana Sorensen Real Estate Team - RE/MAX Northern Properties205-563-7432 https://www.remax.com/real-estate-agents/dana-sorensen-gardendale-al/100074821Rogue Pest Solutions - Taylor and Kelsee Philpot205-908-8716https://www.roguepest.com/Hurst Towing and Recovery - 205-631-8697 (205-631-TOWS) https://hursttowing.com/Hobie Hobart (205)841-7485https://www.myagenthobie.comIf you donʼt like ads, download the Patreon App, and look up Team Jones Media. Youʼll find many levels of subscriptions, but all levels have one feature: Youʼll get early access to all our Podcast Platforms, and they are completely free from ads... Straight Outta Prison , The 4Real Reel, and Narrowing The Gap. But thereʼs way more to it than that! Thereʼs a specialized feed for all subscribers… Peeks Behind the scenes, live stream q&aʼs, exclusive bonus content, downloads... Youʼll get unpublished episodes, unedited episodes, blooper reels, reflection tools, Leadership hacks, Recipes, Daily Challenges, Cooking Videos, Team Building Videos, video updates, Marriage & Parenting tips, Life Hacks, and more., Or, head over to Team Jones.co/podcast and click the “Become a Patron” Button.If youʼre interested in advertising with us head over to TeamJones.co and click the “Join Forces” button. We will get in touch and consider whether or not itʼs a good fit. Schedule us for your podcast, or become a guest with us on The 4RealReel or Narrowing The Gap. contact us by going to head over to TeamJones.co and clicking the “Join Forces” button. We are telling the Team Jones Story chronologically… the good, the bad, and all the juicy details. (Apple & Spotify Podcasts) Stay tuned and follow us on our Website (teamjones.co/podcast/) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast)
Everyone has beliefs that are part of their personal viewpoint. Identity and belief are often tied together, and people will die for their beliefs. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom discuss how beliefs affect our worldview, especially in today's COVID-19 world. Tom talks about his experiences with other parents at his daughter's schools and how their beliefs led many to oppose the mask mandates. Bill analyzes why people struggle with change and why our beliefs cause us to stop changing and growing. Listen in to Tom and Bill's insights and see where you stand in these issues.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://billstierle.com/podcast/
Are you curious about how to start creating habits that not only shift your actions, but shift who you are? Are you ready to shift your identity around your health and create habits and routines that match that identity? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this podcast episode is for you! Today on the @morethanyourweightpodcast I'm joined by the amazing Sabrina Magnan who is sharing her tips around creating habits that will ultimately transform who you are. In this episode, you will learn about: Sabrina's story and struggle with body image and diet culture How a trip to Italy forever changed the way she viewed food and her body The most common mistake people make when trying to change their lifestyles in order to improve their health The three different types of habits one can make and why identity change habits are the best How you can learn more about Sabrina and also watch her full talk on this in the Your Healthiest Years Yet Summit Visit the episode's blog post for more details & resources here: http://www.madewell345.com/2021/10/19/why-habit-behavior-change-is-really-about-identity-change/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/support
In this episode, Sue Donaldson will share her passion for connecting people. She will explain that simply meeting with others and listening to them is mentoring them. Do that around a table with cups of coffee and some brownies and you have what Sue calls table mentoring, where we can draw others to who God really is. Sue will share that the heart of mentoring is: Coming alongside others Sharing how God has comforted you Turning their eyes back to God When we open up to others, it prompts them to open up to God. SUE DONALDSON
Ken Marino (The Other Two, Wet Hot American Summer) comes bearing gifts on this week's podcast! Not only that, Ken opens up on his experience losing his identity while trying to find his way in this industry and the unique way he's been able to approach this business to reduce stress and enjoy his passion. We also talk about how hard it is to not break while working alongside some heavy hitting comedic geniuses, the possible return of Party Down, and what it's like to work alongside your partner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Carolina Panthers season is on the brink as they head to New York on Sunday to face the lowly Giants. Matt Rhule is searching for an offensive identity and is wanting to see more commitment to the ground game. Is this an indictment on Sam Darnold's ability to carry the team? Can Joe Brady's offense operate effectively as a run-first philosophy? While the Panthers sit at 3-3 that doesn't mean that their postseason hopes are over. Do the weeks ahead provide Carolina an opportunity to position themselves well heading into the second half of the season? Updates on Stephon Gilmore's availability, a change on the offensive line from Sunday and more. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
He was young, handsome, highly educated in the best English schools, a respected professional, and a first-class amateur athlete. He was also a serial killer, the Victorian equivalent of the modern-day Ted Bundy. His name was Montague Druitt—also known as “Jack the Ripper.”Druitt's handiwork included the slaughter of at least five women of ill repute in the East End of London—an urban hell where women sold themselves for a stale crust of bread. But mysteries still remain about Druit – including his thinking behind the murders, the man behind the moniker, and the circumstances behind his demise. Exploring these questions are today's guests Jonathan Hainsworth and researcher Christine Ward-Agius, authors of The Escape of Jack the Ripper: The Truth about the Cover-up and His Flight from Justice.We discuss:How a blood-stained Druitt was arrested yet bluffed his way to freedom by pretending to be a medical student helping the poorHow Druitt confessed to his cousin, an Anglican priestHow Druitt's family placed him in a private, expensive asylum in France, only for him to flee when a nurse blew the whistleHow Druitt's identity was concealed by his well-connected friends and family, thus hatching the mystery of Jack the Ripper
Journalism has been part of Julia O'Malley's life since elementary school, where she remembers carrying around a notebook to keep track of what her classmates were doing. Then, in high school, she wrote for her school newspaper. But her love for cooking goes back even further. In fact, one of her first memories is of being 2 or 3 years old and mixing blueberries and milk in her toy kitchen. The dinner table was a sacred place in Julia's household. Sitting down and sharing a meal was important and everyone had a role, be it cooking the meal, setting the table or clearing the table. That affection for food also extended outside of home cooked meals. Growing up in Anchorage in the 1980s, there wasn't a big variety of restaurants and what was cooked in homes. Ingredients were scarce then. So, when they were available, new meals were an experience that Julia cherished. When she thinks about food today, she says that it's more than just sustenance, it expresses love, culture, care, identity and nostalgia. Chatter Marks is a podcast of the Anchorage Museum, and is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and Google Podcasts. Just search "Chatter Marks."
Welcome back to the monthly edition of our Chit Chat series with Tony Castillo, Dezi Abeyta, and yours truly! In today's unplanned chat, we dove into the topic of calories and if they are the only thing to focus on for weight loss. More than that, we discuss the topic of IDENTITY and how that reflects on your choices and who you want to become. From understanding who you are now to that renewed, improved, 2.0 version of yourself! Here is how you can connect to each one of the hosts Antonio Castillo https://www.instagram.com/coach_tonycastillo/ Dezi Abeyta https://www.instagram.com/fitdadscoach/ and don't forget to subscribe to Dezi's new podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cant-believe-i-made-it-podcast/id1496203184 TO CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition Our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1934943366627043/?ref=bookmarks FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide tap here To download my Macro friendly meal planning guide tap here TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Planos Nutrition Club - tap here FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application
Journalism has been part of Julia O'Malley's life since elementary school, where she remembers carrying around a notebook to keep track of what her classmates were doing. Then, in high school, she wrote for her school newspaper. But her love for cooking goes back even further. In fact, one of her first memories is of being 2 or 3 years old and mixing blueberries and milk in her toy kitchen. The dinner table was a sacred place in Julia's household. Sitting down and sharing a meal was important and everyone had a role, be it cooking the meal, setting the table or clearing the table. That affection for food also extended outside of home cooked meals. Growing up in Anchorage in the 1980s, there wasn't a big variety of restaurants and what was cooked in homes. Ingredients were scarce then. So, when they were available, new meals were an experience that Julia cherished. When she thinks about food today, she says that it's more than just sustenance, it expresses love, culture, care, identity and nostalgia.
Sexual struggles are often portrayed as a "guy only" issue. This is a major disservice to women. God created both men and women as sexual beings. One is not more sexual than the other. Both struggle with sexual temptation and addiction. Both need the help and hope of the gospel. In today's conversation, Joy Skarka shares her story of date rape in college and how the pain from that experience led her into sexual struggles of her own. Her story is one of healing, freedom and victory. If you desire hope for your own sexuality, this episode is for you. Not Part of the Plan Book Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girls Heart Book Connect with Joy Freedom From Porn for Women e-book Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/girldefined)
Jonas, Brady and LaVar debate whether or not the 2-4 Patriots are a bad or average team after their loss to the Cowboys. Brady can't find a "legitimate" justification for Mark Stoops and Kentucky going for a garbage-time touchdown against Georgia but it is curious how it relates to the betting line. Rumors swirl around Ed Orgeron and LSU after they agree to part ways and Jackson Murphy apologizes after dancing on Sean Taylor's logo at FedEx Field. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Caela Fenton is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Oregon. Her research lies primarily in cultural studies of sport, utilizing feminist approaches to consider gender equity in sport industry, as well as digital iterations of physical culture. Her academic work has appeared in The International Journal of the History of Sport, Narrative, and Aethlon. Her journalistic work has appeared in Canadian Running Magazine, iRun, and The XC. Most recently, she served on the communications team at the US Olympic Track and Field Trials. In this episode, we discuss social media as it relates to professional athletics, gendered expectations, and capitalism. We also discuss representations of women distance runners throughout time and in various forms of media. Caela blows Emma's mind multiple times, and she will likely blow your mind, too! Discussed in this episode: --Running, Identity, and Meaning by Neil Baxter --Athlete identity crises --Perdita Felicien --Sarah Banet-Weiser and brand culture --Women runners and self-representation over Instagram --Fetishization of female runners' bodies --Heather Caplan on Social Sport --Colleen Quigley's Instagram post on pulling out of Olympic Trials --Allie Ostrander's video on beginning eating disorder treatment --Postfeminism --Once a Runner by John L. Parker --"Why I Loathe Once a Runner," Caela's article in Canadian Running --Late Air by Jaclyn Gilbert --Inadequate representation of Black women runners --"Jogging Has Always Excluded Black People," but Natalia Mehlman Petrzela for NYTimes --Risa Isard on Social Sport --"Hayward Magic in the Era of Globalized Sport Culture" --Coach Tom Heinonen --The Passage series Follow Caela: Twitter, Instagram Follow Social Sport: Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialsport/support
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk about the relationship between complex trauma and identity, how trauma can create a distorted perception of the self, and how you can learn how to manage your trauma and redefine your identity. Read the show blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/identity-trauma Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 Get your tickets to my 2021 Mental Health Retreat: https://www.drleafconference.com OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -BetterHelp: Cleaning Up the Mental Mess listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/drleaf. -Blinkist: To get your free week on Blinkist AND 25% off your subscription see: https://www.blinkist.com/DRLEAF. -Chili Sleep: Head over to chilisleep.com/DRLEAF to learn more and save 20% off the purchase of any new sleep system. This offer is available exclusively for Cleaning Up the Mental Mess listeners -- and only for a limited time! PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS 4:42 How trauma affects the mind & body 6:20 How trauma can impact identity 12:40 Our experiences can impact how we see ourselves 16:30 There is something you can do that no one else can do! 17:40 How to use mind management to manage trauma & its impact on identity 20:20 Finding your “David” 22:20 A Neurocycle for identity 30:20 The importance of listening to your warning signals 37:30 How to reconceptualize identity after trauma 39:00 Mourning the loss of who you were ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources Follow me on social media for daily mental health tips & strategies: -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
What we believe about ourselves informs virtually every aspect of our daily walk in this world and with Jesus. If we don't continually ground our identity in the Lord, we begin searching for identity in the things of this world. Paul Tripp says it this way: “Identity amnesia leads to identity replacement.” Join us this week as we not only pray identity over our kids, but also address some of the lies they believe about their value. Here's a few identity reminders as you get started praying over your kids: You are valued- Matthew 6:26 You are forgiven- 2 Chronicles 7:15 You have hope- Exodus 14:14 You are known- Jeremiah 1:6 You have purpose- Ephesians 2:10 I can't wait for us to spend a few minutes considering God's word on identity and ways to remind our kids of who and whose they are.
Fr. Mike contextualizes our readings from 1 Maccabees today which covers the beginning of Roman rule over the Jewish people. Additionally, he emphasizes the wisdom from Sirach about surrounding ourselves with influences that lead us closer to God and help us grow in holiness. Today's readings are 1 Maccabees 8, Sirach 22-23, and Proverbs 22:26-29. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.