Behavior marked by ethical characteristics, a pleasant disposition, and concern for others
It's The Bert Show's Kindness Awards! Tell us about a kid you know who has gone above and beyond to be nice or someone who is just always kind to everyone around them. Give us a call and leave a message: 404-954-1360. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Kindness is compassion in action (Ephesians 4:32). A key part of putting on the new self, created after the likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness, is extending kindness to one another. Unfortunately, many wrongly associate being kind with weakness. God demonstrates both kindness and righteousness, both kindness and power (Psalm 23:6; Jeremiah 9:24). He shows that it is possible to have boundaries and be kind, to disagree with someone and be kind, to take decisive action and be kind, to be angry at injustice and still be kind. In fact, when were powerless against sin, God in His kindness sent Jesus. And because we are recipients of God's kindness, we are called to be instruments of kindness to others. Sermon from May 21, 2023 To watch this sermon or other sermons, subscribe to our YouTube Channel: "Beltway Park Church"
Join Teri Johnson as he invites Jen Emslander to discuss how Christian women business owners, entrepreneurs, and sales professionals can weave their faith into their businesses. They explore the importance of having God as the CEO, using faith as a business compass, embracing the power of prayer, and treating people with respect, empathy, integrity, and love. Get inspired by this conversation about how to bring faith and business together while trusting in God's promises over our businesses. If you want to grow in your faith and dive deeper into this topic, grab the F.A.I.T.H Based Formula 5 Part Audio Series Here » http://keepingitpersonal.com/faith Need help moving the needle forward in your business? Book your Power Call here » https://keepingitpersonal.com/powercall [00:01 - 08:10] Weaving Faith Into Your Business • Teri Johnson discusses strategies to help women start, grow or scale their business • Weaving faith into business is a frequently asked question • Jen Slander joins the conversation to provide a different perspective • Practical ways to represent faith in business without being a ‘bible thumper' • Women are the same regardless of faith and should not leave it at the door [08:10 - 16:02] Unlocking the Power of Prayer to Bring God Into Your Business • Deciding who's on the throne and making God the c e o of our business • Seeking him first for wisdom, guidance, and inspiration • Using faith as our business compass to navigate the muddy waters • Embracing faith as a guiding force toward success and purpose • Utilizing scripture as a true north to get back on track • Power of prayer to bring God into every nook and cranny of personal and professional life • Taking a moment to pause and pray when overwhelmed or frazzled. [16:02 - 23:44] Weaving Faith and Business Together • Prayer is an important part of faith and business and can be done in different ways. • Inviting God into conversations and meetings can bring peace and insight. • Marketplace ministry is showing up, being interested, valuing others, loving without judging, and taking the high road in every situation. • People remember how you make them feel more than what you say to them. [23:45 - 28:49] How to Embody Humility, Gratitude, and Kindness in Your Professional Life • Businesses are not just about products and services but also about spreading love, compassion, kindness, respect, empathy, ethical practices, etc. • Inviting God into all the equations behind the scenes in our hearts • Weaving faith in business without leading with it • Planting seeds of kindness and love for a ripple effect • Having Jesus as a firm foundation for personal and professional lives Quotes: "Seek first the kingdom of God, and all of these things will be added onto you. And so that also includes our business." - Teri Johnson "Nurturing that spirit of humility, gratitude, and kindness will always serve you well hands down." - Teri Johnson If you're feeling disconnected and looking for a place to plug in – we would LOVE to connect with YOU and have you as a guest at our VIRTUAL Gathering! We meet each week to network, collaborate, encourage each other, and discuss strategies to grow our businesses. Just go to https://keepingitpersonal.com/vipguest to pick your date and get registered!
MY Devotional: Daily Encouragement from Leading The Way
Grace has been defined as the second chance we did not expect. In today's devotional, Dr. Michael Youssef reveals the incredible kindness of God toward sinners. If you would like more insight into today's devotional topic, listen to Dr. Michael Youssef's sermon The Awesomeness of God's Grace, Part 1: LISTEN NOW
Are you feeling "shoulded" on in your parenting? You should do this and your children should do that. Are you organizing your life to avoid the discomfort that comes along with all of the "shoulds"? What is it like to try something new? Are you ready to be the expert of you? Are you willing to welcome that discomfort as a friend rather than a foe? In this week's Parenting Paused Podcast, explore what this counter instinctual work is able to offer you.
The Mindful Healers Podcast with Dr. Jessie Mahoney and Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang
Our brains and bodies are constantly being bathed in neurochemicals and neuromodulators. We can bathe ourselves in cortisol, norepinephrine, and stress hormones, or we can bathe ourselves in dopamine and oxytocin, relaxation and love hormones. We can strategically engage our neurochemistry to help us feel better and enjoy our lives more. We can intentionally create a healthier “neurochemical soup.” How? Yoga, mindfulness, hand-to-heart, self-compassion, gratitude, awe, wonder, nature, wildflowers, the ocean, the woods, and coaching-- they all influence the release of neurochemicals and neuromodulators in a positive way. We can make choices to practice more of these and set ourselves up for success. We can choose to make each day as healthy as possible by being mindful and intentional about our thoughts and actions so we can bathe our cells in a healthier neurochemical soup. We can choose NOT to add more struggle to the struggle. We can choose not to bathe our cells in extra stress. Stress impacts neuromodulator release. Mindfulness releases a different, more flavorful soup. Mindful coaching optimizes the flavor of the soup. And retreats that offer both mindfulness and coaching have an even bigger, synergistic, impact. Kindness and self-compassion release a cascade of healing neurochemistry– dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin. Shame, blame, and guilt release cascades of stress hormones- norepinephrine, cortisol, and others. Which soup do you want to bathe your cells in? A 1% or 5% shift in the emotions you feel makes a big difference. We can train ourselves to look for good, we can pause, and take in the good in deliberately, with ALL of our senses. This influences the release of neurochemicals and neuromodulators in a positive way. A few practices that can help you try to create a more flavorful soup (all of which we share at our retreats and in Jessie's coaching) Start your day well - hand to heart Mudita- a Sanskrit practice of taking joy in others' joy Smiling Cultivating compassion Presence Loving-kindness practice Nature What's the status of your current neurochemical soup? What are some of "the flavors" you are used to? Are there new flavors or recipes for the soup that you would like to try or change? How might you change something to make your neurochemical soup taste better for you? We would love to help you create a more optimal neurochemical soup at the upcoming Mindful Healers Connect in Nature Retreat. All adults are welcome, bring your beloveds and friends. CME is available. You just might leave with the “lowest cortisol levels you have had in years.” A direct quote from one of last year's attendees. If you want to create a healthy neurochemical soup to bathe your cells in sign up to coach with me www.jessiemahoneymd.com. Calm, contentment, and a clear and meaningful path forward are just a few sessions away. *Nothing in this episode should be considered medical advice.
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Woke up today - and my first thought was all dealing with gratitude. I have been telling myself a lot lately that this is what I want my first thought to be (after making sure my alarm is off) & usually it's a bit later that I start thinking about this term. Well today was different... and after I got showered up I knew the shirt I was going to wear today, "Choose Kindness" is on the front of it. Then I got to riding into work & listening to my podcasts... Mitch Albom & his friend / producer, Lisa Goich on the "Tuesday People" Podcast. Also, Sam Crowley - a regular Co-pilot of mine. Both of them got me thinking about being more kind. Both to myself and to others. That's where this message is coming from today.
Freedom. Kindness. Progress. Equality. They're values you'd find in anyone on the street. But Glen Scrivener knows where they came from. Show Notes You can find us here on our social channels.
How does your closet have anything to do with kindness? Join Kindness Influencer and Podcast Host, Marly Q, and wardrobe stylist, Paola Arencibia, to discuss the transformative power of fashion and how it intertwines with self-esteem and self-kindness. Paola shares her experiences in helping women revamp their wardrobes and, consequently, their outlook on themselves. She highlights the importance of owning one's personal style and discards the societal notion of fashion being solely about the right clothes or trends. Instead, she emphasizes the emotional and mental dimensions of having “Serious Style” including feelings of comfort, confidence, and authenticity. For full transcription and show notes visit marlyq.com/44
Breathe Pictures Photography Podcast: Documentaries and Interviews
Writer, photographer, TEDx speaker, and the author of the 1,000 True Fans essay, Kevin Kelly talks about his new book 'Excellent Advice for Living, Wisdom I wish I'd known earlier,' 450 wisdom tweets. Also on the show today, the lights are off in the Himalayas, thoughts about making 'Day Trips to Hell,' and a show page challenge to see if you can identify reality from deep fake. There's a very touching story today about how photography has brought one of our writers back from a very dark place, news about Africa '24 and we're inviting entries for the May's photo assignment. See the SHOW PAGE for reference pictures and films. Our thanks to the Extra Milers and mpb.com.
An absolutely necessary evidence of spiritual life is that you love the brethren, but what does t...
This Faith-Filled Friday, discussed Colossians 3:12, which reads, "Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, and patience." This passage speaks to Christians, addressing them as God's chosen people and reminding them of their holiness and God's love for them. The passage also calls attention to the importance of intentionally putting on the character of Christ in our everyday lives. The podcast host encouraged listeners to take time out of their busy lives to listen to God's Word and ponder it, as well as to intentionally clothe themselves with the traits of Christ. By doing so, Christians can exemplify a life that is full of compassion, kindness, humility, and patience.Colossians 3:12 reminds us to clothe ourselves with compassion, forgiveness, and humility. We are called to clothe ourselves with compassion, which is the ability to feel empathy and show kindness towards others, even during difficult times. We are also called to clothe ourselves with forgiveness, which is the act of letting go of anger and resentment and choosing to extend grace and mercy instead. Lastly, we are called to clothe ourselves with humility, which is to act with humility and recognize our limitations. By living out these values and virtues, we are reflecting the heart of God and showing His love to those around us.This conversation speaks of the need for believers to choose to forgive, to love, and to clothe themselves in the virtues of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. The speaker urges us to forgive because it is necessary to live an abundant life and to remember that God always enables and empowers us to do what he calls us to do. As we seek to reflect God's character in all we do, the speaker encourages us to show compassion to those in need through acts of service or prayer. Showing kindness involves being considerate and generous to others. Cultivating humility involves recognizing our dependency on God and being willing to serve others. Practicing gentleness involves having a meek and gentle spirit and avoiding harshness and aggression. Finally, exhibiting patience involves enduring trials and difficulties without losing faith and hope, trusting in God's goodness and timing.In this Faith with Friends podcast, the host discussed the importance of putting on the spiritual clothes of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. The host reminded listeners that they should seek God's spirit and strength each morning before they get dressed. He encouraged listeners to remember that they are God's chosen people, dearly loved, and to clothe themselves in the spiritual garments that God commands us to put on. He concluded the podcast by encouraging the listeners to like and subscribe, and to share the podcast with their friends so that the circle of faith with friends will continue to grow.Timestamps0:00:00Heading: Faith Build Friday: Colossians 3:12 - Clothing Yourself with Compassion, Kindness, Humility, and Patience0:01:15"Clothing Ourselves with Compassion, Forgiveness, and Humility"0:02:58"Clothing Ourselves with Love: Practicing Compassion, Kindness, Humility, Gentleness, and Patience"0:09:03Faith with Friends Podcast: Clothe Yourself in Compassion, Kindness, Humility, Gentleness, and PatienceHighlightsWhen you wake up in the morning and you're getting ready for the day, remember, before you get dressed to put on these things, to intentionally seek the spirit and strength of God for guidance, that you and I would be able to reflect the character of God in all that we do through compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. So now that we've taken a look at that, let's hear it again. Colossians 312 therefore, as God's chosen people wholly and dearly loved, clothe...
What do freedom, kindness, progress, and equality have in common? We have them because of Christianity. Most don't realize that the very benefits that they have in our modern culture come directly as a result of the Christian faith-so says Glen Scrivener. It's those connection points that create a bridge that can help our unbelieving friends to cross to full faith in Jesus Christ. Glen Scrivener is an ordained Church of England minister and evangelist who preaches Christ through writing, speaking, and online media. He directs the evangelistic ministry Speak Life. Originally from Australia, Glen now lives with his wife, Emma, and two children in England, and they belong to All Souls Eastbourne. He is the author of several books, including The Air We Breathe: How We All Came to Believe in Freedom, Kindness, Progress, and Equality (The Good Book Company, 2022) and 3-2-1: The Story of God, the World, and You (10Publishing, 2014).This episode is going to be an encouragement and help equip you to share Jesus with your unbelieving friends. Glen is a clear, and energetic communicator who loves Jesus and longs to share Him with others. Check out some of Glen's articles.Check out the NLT.Sign up for the Apollos Watered newsletter.Help water-thirsty souls by partnering with Apollos Watered!
In those first moments you're awake, how do you decide to start this fresh day? By reaching for the phone, for social media? We fill the sunlight hours with meetings, spending them all indoors. We wait until after school, after a long stint at the office, to try to spend quality time at home. We pick up a book for a few minutes before we close our eyes to sleep, already tired, already fried.It's insane. Both Seneca and Marcus Aurelius lamented at the quickness with which ambitious professionals will promise up all their time to the most trivial of work pursuits.---And in today's reading from The Daily Stoic, Ryan discusses why kindness is invincible only when it is sincere.
Welcome to the 6th episode of Season 7 of P.S.A the Mental Health Podcast. This week, we're rolling out the red carpet to welcome a true media mogul, Justin Shepard, also known as Jay Shep, from TalentedOnes Media. Brace yourselves as we dive deep into an intriguing exploration of mental health, motivation, and the monumental importance of giving back to the community, all served with a generous side of our trademark sarcasm. Jay Shep, a man who turned media into his personal canvas, joins us to discuss TalentedOnes Media's unique journey and impact on society. He enlightens us on the importance of giving back, with plenty of inspiration from iconic quotes. Remember the profound words of Anne Frank, "No one has ever become poor by giving." Or the possibly less profound but still catchy, "Giving back is the new black." Strap in, dear listeners, as we explore what happens when media companies embrace philanthropy and community engagement with as much passion as their core business. Oh, and did we mention that Izzy, our fearless host, regales us with a tale of a less-than-grateful homeless person? Izzy, ever the giver, found his generous donation met with an unsatisfied scowl. A hilarious recounting of giving without expectation, even when the recipient's gratitude is, shall we say, somewhat lacking. But it's not all fun and games. We also tackle the challenging question: What happens when God asks you to give away something you're not ready to part with? Izzy shares a heartfelt conversation about faith, surrender, and the struggle of parting with something dear to you. Don't think we're forgetting about self-care. How can Jay Shep balance the pressures of running a media empire and maintaining his mental health? Tune in to learn his strategies for dealing with stress and anxiety. There's even an unexpected cameo from a two-legged cat. Will Izzy take it in? We won't spoil it for you, but let's just say, it's a conversation that will leave you purring for more. In the spirit of giving, we're also throwing down a challenge to you, our beloved listeners. We want to know, how do you plan to give back to your community this week? We dare you to pay it forward and share your stories with us. And finally, in our "Give or Keep" segment, we throw Jay Shep some real curveballs, from finding a $100 bill on the ground to hypothetical billion-dollar deals. Can he handle the heat? Tune in to find out! This episode is a cornucopia of laughter, enlightenment, heartfelt sharing, and a sprinkle of divine intervention. So, grab your headphones and dive into this rollercoaster ride of an episode with us. Remember, in the world of mental health and giving back, P.S.A is your trusted compass. And always remember, giving back doesn't make you poor; it makes you rich in ways money can't measure. Enjoy the episode!For all your writing needs, Grant Writing Homework Assistance, Resumes, Cover Letters, Templates, Media Kits, Product and Profile Descriptions, and more, please visit psathepodcast.comJay Shep's social mediaInstagram: @king_jayshepWebsite: https://linktr.ee/Jay_Shep
Pulpit to Pew with Brad McClure
Day 131 in our journey thru the Bible. Today David shows kindness to a crippled man.
Dr Rina is joined by Founders of Beekman 1802, a company that emphasizes the importance of goat milk on skin care.
Join us on this episode of the Wild Health podcast as Dr. Mike Stone, Dr. Kristin Dawson, and Ben Askins, PA-C, dive into the fascinating medical study, "A Little Good Goes an Unexpectedly Long Way: Underestimating the Positive Impact of Kindness on Recipients." Why is it so hard for us to execute these acts of kindness? Our experts discuss the common barriers that prevent us from spreading kindness and offer tips for overcoming them. You'll discover the surprising health benefits of performing acts of kindness, and how even the smallest acts can have a significant impact on both the giver and receiver. Study referenced: A little good goes an unexpectedly long way: Underestimating the positive impact of kindness on recipients - https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2022-85307-001?doi=1
Parsha Podcast with Ari Goldwag
Diversity goes well beyond skin color. Today I share my thoughts on this timely subject.
Buddhist Society of Western Australia
Dhamma talk by Ajahn Nissarano on the 12 March 2023, at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV). Venerable Nissarano is an Australian monk who ordained under Ajahn Brahm 22 years ago. He currently resides at the Newbury Buddhist Monastery as the Senior Monastic. Please visit the BSV Podcast Channel and BSV YouTube Channel Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon. To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the teaching you want and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.
Psalm 145:8-9 King James Version 8 The Lord is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy. 9 The Lord is good to all: and his tender mercies are over all his works.
Join Jerry, Jude and Byron as they do their best to navigate an episode without Levi. Discussing office Olympics and how to love our enemies while not submitting to their way of life. Support the showJoin our community and online discussion: discord.gg/christianinfluenceSupport us on Patreon: patreon.com/ChristianInfluenceFacebook: facebook.com/influenceofjesusTwitter: twitter.com/cigamesxyzInstagram: www.instagram.com/officialchristianinfluence/
Kindness. It's a great trait. As a matter of fact, it's a Bible trait. God is incredibly kind with us and to us. He models kindness so well. But are we also kind? Could we be more kind? Would you like to add more kindness to your life? Join Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God to learn more. Links and Product Info: Melanie Redd's Email Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God Website Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God Instagram Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God Facebook Page Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God YouTube Channel Get your copy of Just Rest: A 90-Day Devotional Journal in the LWF Bookstore. Link to the Blog Post that goes along with this podcast. Listen to the podcast called, “How Patient Are You?” (Don't have the link yet!) *If you would like to help Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God to grow and flourish, we'd like to invite you to get involved. Click HERE to learn more. You may enjoy this podcast – “God, Give me Grace!” Also, this one may bless you – “What's Love Got to do with it?”
Niki Petrocchi is a licensed psychotherapist and researcher based in Rome. She possess a deep love for the many ways the brain can heal itself. She is an accredited compassion-focused therapist (CFT) and trainer in Italy, Europe, USA, and Canada. She established Compassionate Mind Italia -- the Italian association for the research, training, and dissemination of CFT in Italy. In this episode, we talk about: ◾️ Compassion Focused Therapy ◾️ How the brain can heal itself througyh mindfulness, kindness, and compassion ◾️ The 3 types of compassion and how to apply it to a life navigating through OCD Find Niki here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicola-petrocchi-66a81529/ Find Zach here: zachwesterbeck.com @zach_westerbeck
Life is like a storm sometimes. In today's message, I discuss how to face the storms life brings us.
THE UNRULE/Y ENTREPRENEUR BY ANDREA CROWDER
In this episode of the Unruly Entrepreneur podcast, host Andrea Crowder speaks with entrepreneur and mentor Christopher Gravagna about his experiences in the business world. They discuss the importance of mentorship, networking, and personal growth, as well as Christopher's own journey through financial crisis and getting out of massive debt. Christopher shares his insights on investing, leadership, and emphasizes the value of failure and building relationships based on shared values. The episode concludes with a discussion of Christopher's current companies, KINRGY, and his plans for the future. Referenced Resources: KINRGY use code health50 for 50% off KINRGY RETREAT with exclusive discount! Connect with Christoper on Instagram Connect with Andrea on Instagram Episode Content Timestamp *The Origin Story of Andrea and Christopher's Friendship [00:01:53]* Andrea and Christopher talk about how they met through a mastermind group and their friendship's origin story. *Importance of Kindness [00:09:05]* Christopher talks about his personal mission to share the message of kindness and how it has been instilled in him through his experiences and mentors. *Lessons from Early Entrepreneurship [00:19:14]* Christopher talks about his upbringing and early entrepreneurship experiences, including getting sued at 14 years old for placing ads in the yellow pages. *Be Your Own Bank [00:24:44]* Christopher shares his advice on investing in yourself and your own business, rather than seeking external investments. He suggests looking at elements within your own business that you can invest in to increase ROI. *Low Maintenance Investments [00:29:28]* Christopher talks about the importance of finding low maintenance side businesses or investments that can produce high yield. He shares his personal experience with private debt and hard money lending on real estate. *The Importance of Allocating Capital for Personal Happiness [00:31:03]* Christopher emphasizes the importance of allocating a certain percentage of capital for personal happiness and enjoyment, rather than just saving and investing all of it. *Building Enterprise Relationships [00:33:11]* Christopher and Andrea discuss the importance of building enterprise relationships and how it can lead to growth and success in business. *Learning from Failure [00:38:17]* Christopher talks about the importance of learning from failures and using them as lessons to pivot and optimize your business. *Networking Tips [00:41:18]* Christopher shares his tips on networking, including identifying if you're an introvert or extrovert, finding events and conferences that align with your interests, and breaking out of your communication shell through micro events or hobbies. *Mentorship and Values [00:50:12]* Christopher talks about the importance of values in business and personal life, including faith, surrender, integrity, love, and patience. He also mentions the importance of mentorship and working with businesses that align with your values. *Integrity in Business [00:52:47]* Christopher and Andrea discuss the importance of integrity in business practices and how it intertwines with personal time.Get the magic of WAP: Wealth Alignment Patterns HERE Leave me a voicemail HERE with your question for a chance to have it answered on a future episode! Get notifications when new episodes drop by tapping the "follow" button! And if you loved this episode, let me know by leaving a review!
Challenges will arise in our lives. Don't back away from them or try to go around them. Go through them.
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Bhadra explores the positive nature of spiritual death and how important it is to distinguish these opening and liberating experiences from the potentially disorientating and disturbing effect it has on our ego structure. Excerpted from the talk Turning Towards Spiritual Death with Metta given at Bristol Buddhist Centre, 2018. *** Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast: On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts Bite-sized inspiration three times every week. Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast: On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts A full, curated, quality Dharma talk, every week. 3,000,000 downloads and counting! Subscribe using these RSS feeds or search for Free Buddhist Audio or Dharmabytes in your favourite podcast service! Help us keep FBA Podcasts free for everyone: donate now! Follow Free Buddhist Audio: YouTube | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud
Everyone has a void they are trying to fill. How are you filling yours?
The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul
The legendary Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) tells The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul his advice for achieving dreams live from New York, New York's opening night on Broadway. Enjoy this special short episode to celebrate 80 EPISODES of The AOK! Not that he needs a bio, but... LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA is a Pulitzer Prize, Grammy, Emmy and Tony award-winning songwriter, actor, director and producer. Creator and original star of Broadway's Tony-winning Hamilton and In the Heights. His additional Broadway credits include Freestyle Love Supreme (Co-Founder, Producer, 2020 Special Tony Award Recipient), Bring It On: The Musical (co-composer/co-lyricist, Tony nomination for Best Musical), and West Side Story (2009 revival, Spanish translations). Miranda is the recipient of the 2015 MacArthur Foundation Award, the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors and the 2019 Portrait of a Nation Prize. He has received stars on both the Puerto Rico Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Mr. Miranda, and the Miranda Family, are active supporters of initiatives that increase people of color's representation throughout the arts and government, ensure access to women's reproductive health, and promote resilience in Puerto Rico. TV/Film credits include: tick, tick… BOOM!, Vivo, In the Heights, Hamilton (2021 Emmy Award), His Dark Materials, “Fosse/Verdon,” We The People, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2018 Emmy Nomination, Guest Actor), “Saturday Night Live” (2017 Emmy Nomination, Guest Actor), Sesame Street, The Electric Company, House, DuckTales, 200 Cartas, Moana (2017 Oscar nomination, Grammy Award for Best Original Song), Mary Poppins Returns and Encanto (2022 Oscar nomination for Best Original Song). Got kindness tips or stories? Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us @artofkindnesspod / @robpeterpaul Support the show! (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theaok) Music: "Awake" by Ricky Alvarez & "Sunshine" by Lemon Music Studio. We are supported by the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stefanie finds out that Cecily has taken a NEW LOVER...and he's FAMOUS. They share some "kindness stories" plus Stef has a new Trader Joe's Reddit story! And they discuss Paramount Plus's new Fatal Attraction series, John Mulaney and more!
We long for a good life, a beautiful life, a kind life. But clearly that's not the world we live in. Pastor Rich Villodas shares from his book “Good and Beautiful and Kind: Becoming Whole in a Fractured World.” He reflects on how we got to this place of division and how by dwelling with God, we can find our way to goodness, beauty, and kindness. *Originally aired February 15, 2023* Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: click here
Words to live by and finding hope in the face of terrible suffering, the life of the anchoress or hermit Julian of Norwich, the power of walking and nature to heal and art that replaces adverts with words of love – all part of this special Bank Holiday Woman's Hour. 650 years ago a woman we only know as Julian of Norwich produced a book written while she was voluntarily walled up in a hermit's cell which challenged the ideas of the time about sin and suffering. It presented a radical vision of love and hope that “All Shall Be Well and All Shall Be Well and All Manner of Things Shall be Well” . We hear about her life, how it has helped one woman through cancer treatment and inspired the lives of others and we hear from listeners about the words that they turn to for motivation and encouragement. Nuala McGovern speaks to Claire Gilbert author of a new novel I Julian; Dr. Hetta Howes senior lecturer in medieval and early modern literature at City, University of London; Sally-Anne Lomas Trustee of The Friends of Julian and creative director of The Cloth of Kindness project and to Faye Smith founder of Hope Walking. And, the British Kenyan artist Grace Ndiritu explains why she emblazoned the words 'Wherever you are I hope you have found peace' on 30 billboards around Birmingham.
On this MADM, Brooks High School English teacher Brenna Williams is sharing about the Kindness Project that resulted 12,000 compliments school-wide this year! I hope you will listen and share. Sponsor: Bob Sykes Bar B Q BobSykes.com
What does it take to be kind? Why does kindness matter? Imagine a world in which people threw kindness like confetti!
The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
Fr. Mike draws our attention to David's kindness towards the house of Saul, including Jonathan's lame son Mephibosheth. We learn that even though Saul persecuted David, David continued to honor his descendants. Today's readings are 2 Samuel 9, 1 Chronicles 12, and Psalm 28. 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.
In this spiritually-rich episode, Kiesha talks with proud father, artist, actor, producer, author, and activist, Aaron Ableman.Aaron shares his unusual life story, from being born in Michael Douglas's basement to traveling the world for his award-winning work to support children and families.Together, they discuss the challenges of being renaissance people in a world that encourages hyper-specialization, the lack of systemic support for parenthood, and what it means to be a Rebel of Kindness.Episode Resources:Follow Aaron on InstagramVisit Aaron's WebsitePre-order Aaron's Book Rebels Of Kindness: How Loving-Care Can Transform Self, Others and PlanetContact Info:Email hosting & speaker booking inquiries for Kiesha to info @ kieshagarrison.coFollow Kiesha on LinkedIn: @kieshagarrisonFollow Kiesha on IG: @kiesha_garrisonDirectly support the podcast financially:Cash AppVenmoPayPal.Me
If you want to grow your audience and attract your ideal clients, you need to get in front of new prospects. You need publicity and visibility. If you keep talking to your current audience, your current email list and your current social media network, you won't grow. Those people are already in your circle. You need new connections. LINKS Here are the links mentioned in this episode: Jill's Publicity Crash Course free gift - www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/Jill. Apply for a strategy call with me - www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply. PUBLICITY Many think publicity is getting mentioned in the media. But, it is much more than that. Publicity is defined as extensive mention in the news media or by word of mouth or other means of communication. It's all about getting other people to talk about you. Studies show that most podcast listeners discover a new podcast through word of mouth. They hear someone mention it. This doesn't necessarily mean somebody personally told them. They may have heard about it on another podcast, saw somebody mention the show on social media, read about it in an article, or various other ways. If you want to grow, get people to mention you in other forums. Appearing on other podcasts is a great way to get discovered. YOUR STRUGGLES So many coaches struggle to grow their business with their podcast, because they don't have a strategy. They have no strategy to grow their audience. There is no strategy to keep listeners coming back every episode. And they have no strategy to turn those listeners into clients. If you are frustrated by the ineffectiveness of your podcast, if you feel like you can't keep dumping time and effort into a show that isn't growing your business, you and I need to talk. Let me show you how to turn your listeners into clients. I'll show you how you can show up and perform while leaving the editing and publishing work to others. Spend your time working with your clients and growing your business. You've wasted enough time trying to figure it out on your own. Let me give you a strategy call as my gift. If you are a coach who loves their podcast, but is frustrated with the weak return on investment, there is a better way. Apply for a strategy call with me at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply. You and I can develop a plan for you to get more clients, have more time and make more money. You can apply at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply. Let's talk. JILL LUBLIN On this episode, let's start by growing your audience. Jill Lublin is an international speaker on the topics of Publicity, Networking, Kindness and Referrals. She is the author of 4 Best Selling books including Get Noticed...Get Referrals (McGraw Hill) and co-author of Guerrilla Publicity and Networking Magic. Her latest book, Profit of Kindness went #1 in four categories. Jill is a master strategist on how to position your business for more profitability and more visibility in the marketplace. She is CEO of a strategic consulting firm and has over 25 years experience working with over 100,000 people plus national and international media. Jill teaches a virtual Publicity Crash Course and consults and speaks all over the world. Jill leads an intentional kindness community and hosts the Jill Lublin Show. It is a podcast where Jill highlights the achievements of coaches, speakers, and authors. Today, she gives you some of her best publicity tips and strategies. Enjoy my conversation with Jill Lublin. You can get Jill's Publicity Crash Course free gift at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/Jill. If you don't have a mentor who can take your hand and walk you every step of the way, go to www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply, click the button and apply to have a chat with me. We will develop your plan and see how I can help and support you to achieve your podcast goals.
English Friday Sermon by Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
English Translation of Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifa-tul-Masih on May 05th, 2023 (audio)
Urdu Friday Sermon by Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Urdu Friday Sermon delivered by Khalifa-tul-Masih on May 05th, 2023 (audio)
We are being brainwashed into believing pills can solve our problems. Listen to my broadcast (rant) today!
In the latest episode of the Empowerography Podcast, my guest is Kim Shamtally. Kimberley Shamtally, Entrepreneur, Aromatherapist International Best-Selling Author and mother of three. Leader in identifying patterns of mobility issues experienced through trauma. Kimberley's children are all neuro divergent and require careful understanding to enable successful learning environments. Her Son Jenson was diagnosed with a brain tumour at 2yrs old whilst she had only just given birth to her third child Mason who was 3 months old at the time of her other son's diagnosis. Kimberley had to rely on existing therapist skills and study to show leadership within this traumatic life changing event. Through resilience and determination, she built courage to change and make vital life choices. Documenting the recovery journey of her son Jenson became a source of comfort through hard times. Being in a position to influence change within his treatment and alongside his learning environment. Kimberley realised community was essential to not only survive but thrive too. Covid lockdown forced her to completely pivot her business to embrace her passion for Aromatherapy. Knowing that her sporting community was supportive of this new enterprise, she developed a set of Muscle balms to deal with everyday physical issues that Mother's would face with their children. She designed inhalers and balms to heal sore and tired muscles. But more importantly would help assist her son during his chemotherapy sessions during Covid Lockdown. With the latest results showing he continues to remain stable. It remains Kimberley's mission to teach others the benefits of how natural ways of managing your health and fitness can make a positive impact on your life. Integrating her fifteen years of experience in physical therapies, she had to change hats and become a professional, switching between Mum and business woman. Transferring skills required to manage a large therapy team led her to set up her own company, Muscle Mechanics Balms. The vision to help heal others through the balance of nature, Kindness and touch. Giving up was not an option. Viewing life from a child's perspective opened the door to gratitude and love. Recovery from such traumatic events takes resilience and Kimberley invites you on her personal journey. In this episode we discuss aromatherapy, conventional medicine vs alternative methods, cancer and running marathons. Website - https://www.muscle-mechanics.com IG - http://www.instagram.com/musclemechanicsbalms FB - https://www.facebook.com/musclemechanicsbalms LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-shamtally "An aromatherapist is a connoisseur of mixing and blending ideal chemistry within the body using plant and botanical life, such as fragrances and essential oils to find balance" - 00:02:08 "I've learnt to be resilient and to never give up on something" - 00:29:32 "The worst pain is self pain you inflict on yourself" - 00:39:27 THE WORLD needs to hear your message and your story. Don't deny the world of that gift within you that the universe has gave to you. Someone out there needs to hear your story because it will support them in feeling hope, inspired and even transformed. Want to discover how I help my clients get out of their own way, show up and confidently share their message? I would like to invite you to check out my FREE MASTERCLASS REPLAY Start Your Own Podcast: Idea to Implementation Watch Here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7iItDG4qaI
In this lost and found episode, I share a story of recently losing my child in Disneyland and some profound lessons that came from that. I came away from that experience recognizing clearer than ever that we are not meant to do life alone, especially the hard part. In an intense situation, helpers came. Kindness was shown. I want this for you, too, as you navigate feeling lost in infidelity. Want to work with me? Apply to join my group coaching program at: https://andreagiles.com/know-in-90/ To learn more from me, be sure to join my email list at: https://andreagiles.com/lies-about-infidelity/ Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! For transcripts and other available downloads, please visit my website at https://andreagiles.com/podcast/ © 2020 - 2023 Andrea Giles
For years a man's confidence seemed to be based on the size of his... Wallet. Or the logo on his car, the women on his arm, the chisel of his jawline. And here's the thing, it's easy to be confident when things are going well, and you have it all, but a man's true confidence is demonstrated when things aren't going well, when he faces challenging times, and when the winds aren't blowing in his sails. See, the problem with confidence coming from money, a woman, a car, or anything else is that it only takes a moment for them to vanish. A woman can leave, a business can fall on hard times, the money can disappear, and looks fade. If a man's confidence depends on things outside of himself, he is living in false confidence or a temporary state of confidence. Anything outside of us or that depends on the opinion of others can vanish faster than it was created. True confidence isn't temporary or gained through a result. True and sustaining confidence is an inside job, developed, practiced, and established within. Life is an endless ebb and flow, up and down, winning and losing journey. So if you want to be a more confident man, the following five areas (Emotional Intelligence, Self Awareness, Empathy & Kindness, Inclusion, and Authenticity) are the key. If you are strong and grounded in these areas, you will be confident no matter where life takes you.
The barista who makes your morning coffee, the person at the dog park or the fellow commuter who you exchange a smile with on the bus every day: You may not know their names, but these acquaintances are more important than you think. Scientists believe that the people with whom you might share a “hello” or a quick nod or a passing glance can help you live a happier life. With loneliness on the rise, acquaintances might be the key to creating connection. We'll talk to a leading expert and hear from you: who are the acquaintances in your life, the ones you know, but don't know? Guests: Gillian Sandstrom, director, Sussex Centre for Research on Kindness at the University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Finding Your Way Through Therapy
In this episode, I talk to Gordon Brewer. He talks about how he decided to become a therapist, his upbringing, his family, as well as his highly successful PsychCraft Network, which I joined a few weeks ago. Gordon also talks about neurology and how it relates to the brain. I truly enjoyed our conversation on spirituality, starting a business of any kind and how difficult and fulfilling (yes both) it can be. Gordon is the voice behind the Practice of Therapy Podcast and blog which provides resources for clinicians in private practice. He is also group practice owner in Kingsport, TN. He is a licensed marital and family therapist with 20 plus years experience in the field. Gordon loves helping people find meaning and purpose in their lives and relationships. He is also the founder of the PsychCraft Network of podcasts and has another podcast called the Kindness and Compassion Podcast. The PsychCraft Network can be found here.His website can be found here.His other podcast, Kindness and Compassion, can be found here.YouTube Channel For The PodcastCoaching Program
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