A huge part of sales is your mindset. You could have all the strategies in the world and never make a sale if you haven't done the work to get your mind right. Chances are, you started your business with a purpose and that purpose should be the driving factor in how you approach every sale. This week, episode 26 of Cosmic RX Radio is about soulful selling.In this episode of Cosmic RX Radio, Madi Murphy and Sarah Walton share the importance of surrounding yourself with people headed in the same direction as you and actionable advice you can use to overcome the mindset blocks keeping you from making sales.
Riding the waves of today's politically charged climate, we dive headfirst into the role of Christian pastors in shaping culture. We don't shy away from controversial topics such as family divisions ignited by political differences, and the creeping presence of Marxist ideology within the church. We pull no punches as we stand up for truth.We navigate the often treacherous waters of the biblical worldview and its clash with Marxism. We peel back the layers on Marxism's groupthink mentality, contrasting it with the Bible's emphasis on individualism. We're not afraid to risk disunity for the sake of truth. We turn the spotlight on the sensitive issue of political divisions, mending fractured relationships, and the role of pastors and Christians in civil government. We draw from biblical perspectives, historical references, and personal anecdotes, setting the stage for a journey towards understanding and reconciliation. Shifting the focus onto the importance of civil discourse and relationship-building, we share invaluable insights about winning hearts, not just arguments. So, let's buckle up and equip ourselves for the journey ahead. Join us for this enlightening adventure on the WallBuilders Show.Support the show
When Stephanie Dobbs Brown graduated from the University of Tennessee, she had two job offers in front of her. Instead of choosing, she did both for several years, which perfectly represents her dedication to her career. Eventually, she came to a fork in the road that led her to PR Newswire in Chicago. After a few years, she moved on to Thomson Reuters, where she had her first role running a P&L. In 2013, she got her first client-side brand role with Dow Jones, then moved over to ICE in 2017. In 2021, Stephanie was promoted to the CMO role, and under her leadership, ICE has undergone a profound transformation. She has led the company's rebrand, including its first global brand campaign, expanding programming capabilities, and reimagining the NYSE's iconic bell experience.In this episode, Alan and Stephanie discuss her pathway to becoming CMO, the complexity of ICE, and how marketing efforts need to respond to each of the business's unique needs. They also talk about the NYSE and their rebrand journey, including how it got started, the elements leading up to it, and what they are focusing on today and moving forward. Stephine also tells us what changed her perspective on leadership, why she prioritized authenticity, and why it's so important to focus on the intersection of people, purpose, and profit.Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) is a Fortune 500 exchange operator with 14,000+ employees worldwide. They have three main business segments and each arm has a different marketing strategy that Stephine oversees. Exchanges and futures are centered around reinforcing key messages, data is about demand generation, mortgages are focused on the lead funnel, and the NYSE prioritizes working with start-ups and increasing brand recognition.With so many plates spinning, Jennifer uses her background in sales to help her manage her time, organize her priorities, and build relationships, while her background in communications helps her think about messaging. She says her job as a marketer is to knit it all together and ensure she and her team are making the biggest impact. Part of that impact has been reevaluating the ICE messaging and brand. In 2019, they realized there needed to be more clarity about who ICE is and what their strategy is. Murkiness was both slowing down the sales cycle and making recruitment more difficult. In 2020, they focused on expanding their reach, consolidating their acquisitions, organizing a hierarchy, and figuring out how to have ICE and NYSE benefit from each other while leaning into the existing equity the brand names held.In this episode, you'll learn:ICE's various business arms and how each is marketedThe reason behind the rebranding and the steps for executionWhat it means to lead with authenticity and consideration for people, purpose, and profit Key Highlights: [01:40] A deep-sea fisher in New York[03:50] Stephanie's path from TV to CMO[08:45] What is ICE?[11:00] Different marketing strategies for different business segments[13:15] Managing so many different business models[14:25] The sales mentality, including time management[16:00] The Rebrand: Who is ICE?[18:00] Leaning into brand equity through a rebrand[22:50] Stephanie's leadership mindsets[26:00] Lessons learned from a cancer diagnosis[30:35] Advice to her younger self[32:00] Every marketer needs business and financial acumen.[32:50] The future of fintech for payments[34:05] AI is happening. Lean in.Looking for more?Visit our website for links to resources mentioned in this episode and ways to connect with the guest! Become a member today and listen ad-free, visit https://plus.acast.com/s/marketingtoday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We live in a loud, opinionated world of staggering distraction. It's not only exhausting, but immobilizing. You are tempted to zone out, binge watch, and doom scroll. With all of this distraction, it's hard to keep focus on what matters most: God and His nearness in this very moment. Katie Westenberg is on the show today helping to equip us to focus on what truly matters. Leaning on Scripture, scientific studies of memory, and the power of a renewed mind, she will help you uncover the ancient way of being un-distractible. Here is the wake-up call our hearts are longing for--and the clear-eyed focus our souls were made for. Connect with Katie: https://katiewestenberg.com
In this episode of the Happiness Happens Podcast, Justin Schenck joins me on the show to talk about all things GROWTH. Justin shares his thoughts on measuring growth, change and transformation and the importance of applying it once it's acquired. He discusses his journey, including creating the Skeleton Key and publishing over 500 podcast episodes. He also explains his four non-negotiable daily self-care practices, the need to question everything for a better understanding, and the importance of embracing one's current situation for a happier, more aligned life. Justin Schenck is an entrepreneur, speaker and the host of the top rated podcast the Growth Now Movement. He has been named a Top 8 Podcaster to follow by INC Magazine, featured in Thrive Global and chosen as an ‘Icon of Influence' in the new media space. Justin's podcast has grown to become a podcast that is currently getting played in over 100 countries every single week and he has gone on to help countless people grow their brands and business with his company PodBrand.io He is also the founder of the Skeleton Key Mastermind. We'll touch on: [0:00] Intro [4:23] What does happiness mean to Justin [5:40] How do you give yourself permission to feel all your feelings [8:20] The difference between letting a feeling in and acknowledging it vs. letting it consume you [12:10] Leaning into finding your self love and your value of yourself [14:26] How do you start on inner work without disconnecting from other people [16:58] Removing the limits around the stories we tell ourselves [21:36] Starting and leading with curiosity [24:23] The difference between questioning something and doubting yourself and your choices [28:45] Justin's four non-negotiables [31:45] How to create more happiness in your day, every day, starting today Resources: Podcast Resources: https://www.simonacostantini.com/resources Apply to be a podcast guest: https://forms.gle/ Happiness Guide: https://simonacostantini.ck.page/happinesshub Connect with Justin www.instagram.com/justintschenck www.twitter.com/justintschenck www.facebook.com/jtschenck www.podbrand.io Connect with Simona www.instagram.com/simona__costantini www.instagram.com/costantiniproductions www.instagram.com/happinesshappenspodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXtOxOAuXxW7c5cYKdAEfWg https://www.facebook.com/costantiniproductions https://www.facebook.com/happinesshappenspodcast/ www.simonacostantini.com
We're sharing one of our favorite episodes as an encore this week. How do you create and fill a group program? How do you navigate a full therapy practice at the same time? We're about to go behind the scenes and find out exactly how my guest has done it. Meet Sonya Brewer, a trauma specialist and relationship expert who specializes in creative life and relationship design for overachieving trauma survivors and their partners. She created Badass Boundaries, a 12-week group mentorship program for overachieving trauma survivors. Here's some of what we talked about: Sonya's framework to help trauma survivors transform their relationship to boundaries Creating Badass Boundaries, her 12-week group mentorship program for overachieving trauma survivors How Sonya helps people befriend their bodies as they do boundary work The benefits of offering 1:1 asynchronous coaching in the program How she filled her program Sonya's advice about running valuable and joyful free workshops (engage with your participants!) How and why Sonya runs her discovery calls Navigating building this program while also running a full private practice Leaning what works for her as a socially motivated person, including having a coach and scheduling co-working sessions Her weekly planning ritual Why she chose “mentor” as the name for her role in this program rather than “coach” The anxiety provoking process of keeping her two businesses separate Show notes at https://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/214
“As we lean on Jesus, we become unrecognizable. The pain that was supposed to distort us then comes, and Jesus turns it around, and we end up looking like our Beloved.” - Stephanie ClaiborneGod is inviting us to lean into Him in this season, because it is there that transformation, healing, wholeness, and restoration are found. In this episode, Liz connects with Stephanie Claiborne, CEO, President, and Co-Founder of Heart of Gold Ministries International. Stephanie shares her testimonies of how she has seen the Lord working within the IMC (International Mentoring Community) and the recent revelations that the Lord has unlocked for her that is meant for the Body.In the pursuit of a deeper union with God, and a greater freedom to walk in the fullness of who He has created us to be, the IMC has had thousands of testimonies—and recently, some specific to people getting freedom from trauma. In this time of intentional growth and development, we are watching people blossom, shed old mindsets and old perspectives of themselves. That's a reset of your heart that only God can do, and in IMC, there is a very pure, very holy way that the Holy Spirit is moving. We're living consistently from the strength of our union with Him, by faith, not by sight. One of the keys unlocked for Stephanie that she shares throughout the episode is regarding the transformation that comes from wholly leaning on our Beloved Jesus, as seen in Song of Solomon 8:5. When we take the opportunity to lean into what the Lord is doing, we come out of these seasons with testimonies. Leaning on Him looks like letting go on the inside, trusting that the love of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit for you is true and looking to Him to meet your every need. If you're struggling with unbelief or overwhelm, receive this time of prayer and allow your heart to lean into Him and rest. During this time, you are also being invited to receive a prayer of grace for a deeper surrender, a greater boldness, and a faith to experience healing and wholeness. As you listen to these keys and hear Liz and Stephanie's prayers, we believe that you will receive the grace to lean on your Beloved, to access the breakthroughs of healing and wholeness, and to walk in a greater union with the Body and with Christ to be a powerful force for the Kingdom of God!
Episode 242: Are you in need of a little business bootcamp? If you answered yes, you've come to the right place! On today's episode, Natalie is sitting down with a fellow Forbes 30 under 30 founder and Miami local, Juan Camilo Meisel, for a deep dive into Juan's entrepreneurial journey. From his childhood candy-selling escapades in Columbia to founding businesses like the Amazon of South America and becoming one of the earliest members of the Butcher Box team, Juan is spilling all the tea. The conversation explores the significance of making quick decisions, the art of learning by doing, and the messy reality of what achieving success actually looks like, despite what you may see on social media. Juan also shares insights into his latest venture, Grip, which focuses on the logistics of shipping perishable goods. It's a power-packed session offering a behind-the-scenes look at the entrepreneurial journey and the unmistakable power of hard work. Please be sure to rate, follow, review, and of course, post to your highlight reel. Follow your host Natalie on Instagram @nataliebarbu and @therealreelpodcast. Follow Juan on Twitter, LinkedIn and visit www.gripshipping.com Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible. Check out these deals just for you: OUAI - Get on your OUAI to save for the holiday. Go to theouai.com for 15% off sitewide and enter promo code REALREEL. Shopify - Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at shopify.com/realreel Storyworth - Go to Storyworth.com/realreel and save $10 on your first purchase! LUME - Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant and get $5 off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code REALREEL at lumepodcast.com! #lumepod Factor - Head to factormeals.com/realreel50 and use code realreel50 to get 50% off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr. Espen Hjalmby. He is a Researcher of Neuroscience and Quantum Physics, Conscious Business Mentor, Philanthropist and Multi 7-Figure “SoulPreneur” teaching his clients how to use the power of their own Consciousness to turn Obstacles into Opportunities. Dr. Espen went from 2 broken legs and a near-death hospital infection to heal himself from the inside out, to become a personal development teacher, loving father, and a Master of all 8 Areas of Life. As a sought-after Speaker, Conscious Business Consultant, and Quantum Coach, Dr. Espen provides his students with the exact same tools and strategies he used to go from humble beginnings to becoming the co-founder and CEO of multiple 7-figure businesses while helping over 250,000 students worldwide reach their personal and professional potential. Dr. Espen's signature event The Quantum Experience delivers you the same art, science, and application of Consciousness that has transformed the lives of clients in over 12 countries through Quantum Healing, Peak Performance, Freedom, Joy, Abundance, and Impact in all 8 Areas of Life. In this episode, Dr. Espen navigates the realms of intuition, embraces discomfort, and reshapes life narratives. We explore the intricacies of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, unraveling the delicate balance crucial for optimal performance and resilience. Plus, we embark on a journey of financial transformation as Dr. Espen unravels the psychological imprints surrounding money and abundance. Discover the key to shifting from scarcity to abundance through reprogramming the unconscious mind. Tune in as we discuss the intricate relationship between stress, presence, nutrition, and emotional eating. Download your FREE seed oil allergy card here: http://www.seedoilcard.com Join Ben Azadi's 90 day heavy metal detox program (15 spots available): https://ketokamp.clickfunnels.com/order-page-a / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* [06:35] Navigating Intuition, Embracing Discomfort, and Changing Life's Narrative - Dr. Espen emphasizes the importance of paying attention to intuitive moments when the universe seems to be guiding you. These subtle nudges often lead to transformative experiences. - We chat about the importance of leaning into discomfort. Recognizing that challenges and traumas are opportunities for growth, we discuss the importance of facing and processing these experiences. - Whether you view yourself as a victim or a master of your destiny can significantly impact your life. Changing the meaning attached to events can lead to profound transformations. - Dr. Espen shares a personal experience with breathwork that resulted in physical and emotional healing. The breathwork helped him release stored trauma, demonstrating the mind-body connection and the potential for psychosomatic healing through conscious breathing techniques. [20:50] Understanding the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Systems for Optimal Performance and Resilience - Understanding the interplay between the sympathetic (fight or flight) and parasympathetic (rest and digest) systems is crucial for achieving a beautiful state and peak performance. - The innate design favors a beautiful state (parasympathetic) 90% of the time, yet modern lifestyles often flip this balance. Chronic stress and fear-based stimuli prevalent in society contribute to an imbalance, triggering the fight or flight response more frequently than necessary. - With the imprint period (ages 1-7) crucial in shaping one's reality, choosing love-based, high-frequency content over fear or stress-based material becomes paramount for a healthy neural blueprint. - Acknowledging that challenges will arise, Dr. Espen advocates for adopting a warrior mindset. Rather than succumbing to fear, facing challenges head-on with resilience and determination allows individuals to overcome adversity and thrive in their chosen environments. [24:40] Unlocking the Power Within - Rewiring Trauma, Redefining Abundance - Dr. Espen dives into the psychological imprints surrounding money and abundance. He asserts that the root cause of financial challenges often lies in childhood imprints, where individuals unknowingly inherit fear-based money programs. - Reprogramming the unconscious mind becomes essential for shifting from scarcity to abundance. - Exploring the physiological impact of breathing, Dr. Espen elucidates the connection between breath patterns and the nervous system. By demonstrating a simple breathing exercise focused on nasal and abdominal breathing, he illustrates how conscious breathwork can stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and countering the effects of chronic stress. - Dr. Espen demystifies meditation, emphasizing its simplicity. By bringing awareness to the breath—specifically, being conscious of inhalation and exhalation - you can guide yourself into a meditative state. - Meditation doesn't require a perfectly still mind; rather, it involves the continuous process of bringing the wandering mind back to the present moment. [36:10] Insights on Stress, Presence, Nutrition, and Emotional Eating - Dr. Espen discusses how the sympathetic nervous system, activated in the fight or flight response, diverts blood and energy away from the digestive system. This diversion is a survival mechanism, prioritizing resources for immediate physical activity rather than digestion. Understanding this interplay is crucial for recognizing the impact of stress on digestion. - Dr. Espen simplifies states of being into contraction (stress) and expansion (presence and love). He underscores the pervasive influence of these states on the nervous system, emphasizing the shift between fear-based stress and love-based presence. - Dr. Espen introduces the concept of being "overfed and undernourished." He highlights the importance of recognizing the difference between consuming calories and receiving essential nutrients. This paradigm shift, coupled with practices like intermittent fasting, can lead to improved metabolic health and increased awareness of emotional eating patterns. - It is time to confront emotions tied to food, such as anger, stress, and anxiety. Fasting becomes a tool for self-awareness, allowing individuals to discern genuine hunger from emotional cravings and fostering a healthier relationship with food. [43:10] Embracing Accountability, Leaning into Challenges, and Transforming Lives with Conscious Leadership - Transitioning from a clinical role to coaching, Dr. Espen speaks as a coach who values accountability and challenges individuals to strive for excellence rather than settling for mediocrity. - Instead of avoiding issues or delaying decisions, Dr. Espen advocates for leaning into discomfort with both consciousness and love. - Lean into discomfort in an ice bath, fasting, or facing challenges in various life areas. By doing so, individuals gain mastery over their lives and empower themselves for growth and transformation. - Intentional confrontation of challenges prevents the repetition of a disempowering autonomic nervous system response and ensures that external outcomes align with personal desires. [53:20] The Transformative Power of Gratitude for Positivity and Purposeful Living - Dr. Espen emphasizes the transformative power of gratitude, highlighting its presence in ancient cultures and religions. - By cultivating wholehearted gratitude for both challenges and blessings, individuals can shift their focus towards positivity and attract more things to be grateful for in their lives. - Gratitude is positioned as a fundamental way of living consciously. - Dr. Espen encourages listeners to bring their focus back to gratitude, even in challenging moments, to align with positive energy and experiences. This conscious choice can contribute to a more fulfilling and purposeful life. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: ● Website: https://drespen.com ● Quantum Experience: https://drespen.com/upcoming/ ● Follow Dr. Espen ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr_espen ● Podcast: https://drespen.com/podcast/ ● TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dr_espen Download your FREE seed oil allergy card here: http://www.seedoilcard.com Join Ben Azadi's 90 day heavy metal detox program (15 spots available): https://ketokamp.clickfunnels.com/order-page-a / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. 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Jason Boone runs the Boone Loves Videos YouTube Channel with nearly 100k subscribers, teaching people visual effects & map animations. This led him to work with some of the biggest YouTubers out there, including Johnny Harris. We talked about running an online business teaching people map animations, using maps to tell stories and Jason's recent dive into tech startups.Sponsor: PlanetFind more about accessing Planet's high resolution & high frequency imagesAboutTwitterLinkedInJason's Youtube channel: Boone Loves VideosShownotesNote: Links to books are Amazon Affiliate links. I earn a small commission if you buy any of these books.Jack JoyceJohnny HarrisGoogle Earth StudioThe Origins of European Imperialism by Johnny Harris“How Johnny Harris rewrites history” by Present PastMapalEvery Frame a paintingBook & Podcast recommendationVagabonding (Affiliate Link)This American Life Documentary SeriesRange by David Epstein (Affiliate Link)Timestamps(00:00) - Introduction(00:44) - Sponsor: Planet(01:58) - How would you describe yourself(04:22) - Jason's path to becoming a YouTuber(12:43) - Documentary itch(15:43) - Maps!(21:30) - Geo layers(24:07) - Leaning into a niche(27:40) - Getting the data you need to tell a story(32:02) - Working with Johnny Harris(36:49) - Telling Stories(40:37) - Travelling through maps(43:05) - Joining a tech startup(43:16) - Felt(45:22) - Income as a freelancer(54:54) - Helping others get jobs(56:09) - A story of respecting Johny Harris(59:52) - Tech Startups(01:03:04) - Youtubers also run startups(01:05:14) - Current YouTube landscape(01:06:54) - Do I need film school?(01:10:16) - One hit wonders of YouTubers(01:13:32) - YouTube algorithm(01:15:06) - Jason's relationship to analytics(01:16:50) - Advice for content creators(01:20:57) - Embracing a niche(01:24:25) - Family privacy(01:30:51) - Book & podcast recommendation(01:36:20) - Behind The Scenes available on PatreonSupport the podcast on PatreonMy satellite image introduction videoMy TwitterPodcast TwitterRead Previous Issues of the NewsletterEdited by Peter XiongFind more of his work
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D'arcy Benincosa joins In the Calm. D'arcy is a world renowned destination wedding photographer, entrepreneur, business mentor, and host of the Play it Brave podcast. She lives the epitome of the romantic, feminine, adventurous, dreamy life. It's like walking into this perfectly curated magazine or romantic movie when you step into her online world. But life wasn't always romantic and successful for D'arcy. “When I stopped resisting, life fell into flow.” D'arcy shares exactly what that flow looked like in her story of going from school teacher to a world traveling professional photographer, and now building a wildly successful coaching business to help others make their own life leaps. We dive into how to find your own life leaps, learning to romanticize your life, and D'arcy's favorite self-love tools. Buckle up for romance, laughter, and a deeply heart-connected conversation in this episode. Resources: Click HERE to connect with D'arcy on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/darcybenincosa/ Click HERE to connect with D'arcy https://darcybenincosa.com/links/ Connect with Georgiana: Never miss an episode…make sure to SUBSCRIBE ▽ APPLE > SPOTIFY > YOUTUBE FB GROUP ELEVATE the Community + Lifestyle to help you Elevate! Click HERE to connect with Georgiana on Instagram Click HERE to visit Chaos & Calm on Instagram Visit Chaos & Calm Codes & Sponsors: TONIC Get 15% off with code CALM15 Human Design Obsessed? Us too! Visit BLUEPRINT Get 10% off with code CALM In the Calm Podcast produced by ATRIA
As believers, our access to the Father is based on the authority we received in Christ Jesus. It is important to note that the same divine ability and authority that backs the ministry of Jesus is the same divine ability and authority that back us up when we go in His name. Through scriptures; We now understand that the fact that Jesus died for us means we will live for him. The response to the sacrifice of Christ is the consecration of the believer. The one who paid the price for us by his blood owns us and we must live for Him! Listen to this teaching and be blessed.
This week, cognitive scientist and professor of psychology at Yale University Lori Santos explains that negative emotions are very much part of the human experience and essential to leading a happy life. Leaning into these emotions and accepting them is better for us than trying to dismiss or suppress them.
Andy Benckart (he/him) developed a love and passion for surfing from a young age. He recalls traveling throughout his childhood from his home in landlocked-Pittsburgh to coastal Long Island to surf. While the ocean was "his first addiction," he later found alcohol in high school and it became the crutch for his underlying anxiety. Surfing was the part of him that he loved so much but lost during his addiction. Now he's a sober cold water surfer and surfing has become a form of his recovery. Check out the episode to hear more of Andy's story, including:- What it's like to get sober as a young person, which both Bryce and Andy relate to.- The day Andy woke up with a moment of clarity and decided he wanted to change.- His first year of sobriety, and how he tried to "white knuckle" his way through recovery.- Knowing how to find the middle ground, and why he practices extreme self-care so that he can live an extreme life. - Why it's important to him to say he's been in recovery for 6 years and sober for 4 years.- How surfing has taught him to be authentic, present, and let go, and recovery has helped him understand this.- Why it's critical to find things that teach you about life and how to accept what you cannot control.- Andy's wisdom: fear is not the end all be all of our human experience.To hear more from Andy, check out his Instagram @steelcitysurferCheck out the Rise Recover Live episode Tips for Traveling in Recovery!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health or substance use related crisis, the following resources can provide immediate help.*If you are experiencing a medical/mental health emergency, dial 911.Dial 988 for the SAMSHA Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. Available 24/7Text “HOME” to 741-741 for the NAMI Crisis Text Line. Available 24/7Dial 1-800-622-2255 to connect with a nearby treatment center & community resources through NCADD Hope Line. Available 24/7Call/text 1-844-326-5400 for The GSCA CARES Warm Line. Answered by Certified Addiction Recovery Empowerment Specialists with lived experience of SUD. Available any day of the year, 8:30am-11pm EST*Note: The resources listed are provided for informational purposes only. This list is not comprehensive and does not constitute an endorsement by The Phoenix or the Rise Recover Live Podcast.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join the Phoenix community & sign up for classes with a single click by downloading The Phoenix App! In the app, you can connect with Liz, Bryce and other listeners in The Rise Recover Live Podcast Group. Let us know what you thought about today's episode, and what you'd like to hear in future shows! We can't wait to chat with you there. Learn more about The Phoenix, sign up for classes, or become a volunteer at https://thephoenix.org/ . Find us on Instagram at @riserecoverlive
In this podcast episode, Dr. Angela Schill and Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talk with Donna Milakovic about leaning into strengths-based leadership. Donna Milakovic (https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-milakovic-1567a612/) is an Executive Education Instructor and Certified Gallup Strengths Coach. She has spent her career in nonprofit management including serving as Vice President of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce, working with cutting edge technology company's as a grant manager for USTAR and most recently as Senior Director of Community Outreach at UVU. She has a Master's in Business Administration and a Bachelor's in English. Donna has spent her career connecting people and building communities. Check out all of the podcasts in the HCI Podcast Network! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
Setting relationship boundaries can feel difficult, but with God's support, it is possible to set boundaries without guilt! Listen in as I share how setting boundaries is not selfish, examples of where boundaries are needed in relationships, and 3 questions to ask yourself when you feel that a boundary is needed. We are all called to love each other and sometimes the most loving thing we can do is set a boundary.If you want support in figuring out what is underneath your struggles to set boundaries, check out the Christian Mindset Makeover where we use proven brain science tools and truths of the Bible to rewire these patterns. And if the phrase “new year new you” seems daunting, make sure to join me in the virtual Goal Planning Workshop so you can have support in stepping into the dreams that God has planned for you!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:[02:05] Which Relationships Are Calling For Your Attention?[03:56] Is Setting Boundaries Within Relationships Selfish?[06:36] Leaning on God to Help Us Set Boundaries[10:23] Instances and Examples Where Boundaries Are Needed[15:00] How Can We Best Love Each Other?[17:04] The Importance of Making Allowances For Each Other's Imperfections[20:21] 3 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Sense That You Need to Set a Boundary[23:20] Asking God For Strength in Relationships[25:21] Resources That Will Help With Boundaries RESOURCES:Christian Mindset MakeoverFREE Christian Mindset WorkshopCoaching with Alicia MichelleGood Boundaries and Goodbyes: Loving Others Without Losing the Best of Who You Are OTHER RELATED EPISODES:232: Renew Your Mind: Establish Truth-Filled Boundaries to Stop Racing Thoughts + Make Better DecisionsLive Goal Setting Workshop: What if goal setting allowed you to honor your life, celebrate God's blessings, and renew your perspective on what's possible? This is how goal planning was meant to be. I want to help you become more energized and joyful in the coming year, help you create a specific plan for change, and celebrate your wins. Join us in this Goal Setting Workshop and let's discover a healing, Gospel-based approach to asking God to direct our next steps.I can't wait to help you find clarity, renewal, and a new passion to love God and enjoy your life!
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Welcome to a fun and informative episode with, Esther Chen. She breaks down her comedic journey. Sit tight as we reminisce about my first ever stand-up attempt, Esther's brilliant roast of me. You'll get a glimpse into her hustling days in the service industry in pursuit of an acting career. Hear how a Brian Luna video sparked Esther interest stand-up, and how she had to adapt her comedic style due to differing perceptions of comedy across the globe. We'll be discussing the intricacies of joke writing, the importance of a trusted confidante in the comedy world, and the nerve-wracking thrill of open mics.Leaning into the world of clowning, we explore its theatricality, authenticity, and vulnerability. Get insights into the impact of the pandemic on her career path and the adrenaline rush that comes with auditioning. As well as the tricky balancing act between comedy and acting. We then conclude this episode with a chat about the New York comedy scene and a promise to keep the conversation going. So, tune in for some laughter, revelations, and relatable journeys in the world of comedy and acting! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/walter-rooks/message
Happy Thanksgiving!! Whether you're listening to us during your Turkey Trot, or in a dark room hiding from your family, we're so grateful you're here! In this fun and lighthearted episode, we're sharing what we're thankful for, reflecting on the past few years, and how to handle any family feuds this holiday season. Leave us a voice memo at https://Speakpipe.com/BePowerful! Send us a question to answer on the show, something that resonated with you from an episode, whatever you'd like! We can't wait to hear from you! Sakara offers sleek and science-backed nutrition products that will help you feel your best and hit all your wellness goals! Get 20% off at Sakara with promo code “XOLIZHSM” Some key takeaways from this episode include: If you're in a season of being a caretaker, make sure you take some time for yourself. No matter what the circumstances are, you need to make sure you give yourself some space to recharge. Family is what you make it. How can you show gratitude for your biological family, the friends that have become family, and even the family causing trouble this year? Do something fun this Thanksgiving that makes you laugh. Share funny memories around the dinner table, watch the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, or play goofy card games after dinner. Hilliard Studio Method takes working out to the next level to produce results that are nothing short of a total mind-body transformation. If you're ready to get in incredible shape, you can work out with us in-person at our Charlotte studio, join classes from home via Zoom, or sign up for our on-demand streaming service! HSM In-Person Classes HSM At Home (Via Zoom) HSM Streaming Be Powerful with Liz & Lee is focused on helping you find your inner power and for us to share our thoughts on society, culture, and current events. As the team behind Hilliard Studio Method in Charlotte, North Carolina, we love all things wellness and will also share info on how to live your healthiest life mentally, physically, and emotionally. Podcast contact info: Liz's Instagram Lee's Instagram Hilliard Studio Method HSM Facebook Liz & Lee's YouTube
Your success as a mom coach is a marathon, not a sprint, but it's equally important that you find and celebrate the little and big success as soon as possible on this twisty, turn-y but so worth it career path. I'm going to share with you ways that you can set yourself up for success in your coaching biz as speedy as possible. How I'm doing this for all of my followers is offering a string of mini-courses this year to help moms who are building their mom coaching biz do it from the ground up and in super bite-sized by impactful ways. The ways also will see you creating clients, and money, in your biz, much speedier than if you're winging it or overthinking your first steps over and over again. In this week's podcast episode you'll hear: Leaning on your email list - start emailing - will put you behind the steering wheel, and gas pedal 0f moving forward toward your income goals as a coach. How sounding like a broken record might sound like a glitch to your ears but to your followers it shows consistency. Here's how to do it! Can't get to a destination without a map. Sometimes you need to get a little artsy to get clear on what success feels like to you and how to invite more of that feeling in what marketing your services like a pro. Bonus Speedy Success tip - quickly pulling yourself out of a Debbie Downer mindset with a snap of the finger so you don't wallow. Wallowing's a massive speed bump! Featured on the podcast: Mom Coaches Getting Clients Bootcamp - a two week ecourse to set up your coaching biz for the fast track to a marathon style success. Find Your Coaching Niche - the ultimate guide to choosing and owning your area of expertise so you can stand out and be in demand. Your First 1000 Subscribers - grow your email list (and list of potential clients) on turbo speed. Create a Vision Board for Your Coaching Biz - make the vision and then manifest it in these practical and mildly woo ways. The 2023 Black Friday Sale - All the above courses plus an audit at a 45% discount until Sunday, November 26th. Like the show? Leave a review here. And a great way to not miss an episode is to subscribe to the show while you're at it.
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Whoop, and Pique.Our modern world often encourages us to pursue fame, fortune, and looks, but we know that one of the biggest pitfalls of chasing illusions of success comes at the cost of not knowing our true purpose and not living to our fullest potential. While the journey can seem daunting, and there is no straightforward guidebook to tell us if we are on the right track, there are key foundational pieces and impediments that are known to help or hinder the journey to living to our fullest potential and showing up as our best selves.Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Brian Johnson, an expert on activating the hero within all of us. Brian shares the biggest impediments preventing people from creating meaning in their lives and being virtuous. He deep dives into the key objectives from his new book, Areté, and breaks down the fear or laziness that can often hold us back. On the road to living till 100, it's no secret that nurturing our souls helps us live longer. Brian is here to show us how. Brian Johnson is the Founder & CEO of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation. Before his current company, he built and sold two social platforms. As a Philosopher/teacher, he's helped millions of people worldwide and created a protocol that science says changes lives.In this episode, Dhru and Brian dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):The biggest impediments that prevent people from creating a life of meaning (2:18 / 2:18) Areté: being your best self and closing the gap (4:12 / 4:12)What comprises our virtue in the modern era? (6:30 / 6:30)Brian's journey to find his purpose (14:13 / 11:37)Virtues that should be prioritized (17:35 / 14:50)Self-actualization of your potential as real as oxygen for your soul (20:16 / 18:00)Living a life where you don't have regrets and focus on repairing relationships that matter to you (25:19 / 23:03) How fear and laziness can prevent you from living to your fullest potential and being comfortable feeling uncomfortable (30:44 / 26:25) Purposefully building anti-fragility in your life (33:35 / 29:16)Embracing the imperfection of life (38:00 / 33:45)How to design your personal protocol and learn how to play the game of life (41:01 / 36:10) Foundational pieces that are a must to create zest in life ( 50:11 / 46:06) Leaning into the why to understand each of the lessons (59:12 / 54:26)The seven objectives that Brian deep dives into his book (1:01:28 / 57:30)Also mentioned in this episode: Areté Activate Your Heroic PotentialAccess more than 3,000 specialty lab tests with Rupa Health. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com today.WHOOP is a personalized digital fitness tracker. To get yours, join whoop.com/dhru and get your first month free.Pique is offering their biggest holiday deal EVER. Shop now to unlock a complimentary 5-piece holiday gift set. This offer is only for a limited time at Piquelife.com/DhruTea. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
@taylorawelch explores the notion that the real enemy isn't the obstacle itself but any perception preventing us from recognizing the advantage within challenges. Drawing on childhood lessons and the concept of hormesis, the discussion emphasizes leaning into life's falls and using adversity as a tool for personal development. With insights from Theodore Roosevelt, Ray Dalio, and Ryan Holiday, the episode underscores the idea that courage becomes a habitual response through repeated efforts and willpower exercises. The key takeaway: the true enemy lies in our failure to see the hidden opportunities for growth within challenges.IF you enjoyed the show please leave us a review to help push this message to more listeners around the world!Please visit Taylorawelch.com to access all of Taylor's socials and content Text Taylor: 615-326-5037Chapters: (01:03) Leaning into the fall. (02:01) Courage as a habit. (04:24) Growth through struggle. (05:07) The enemy is not the obstacle.
This week I'm joined by my friend Carrie Barber, the owner and creative genius behind MAKE Beauty, as she covers all things business and play. On this episode Carrie shares with Bedside the challenges she's faced building a brand around beauty norms, how she manages anxiety, sets goals, and builds connections. She also draws parallels between beauty and sex, and dishes her take on getting experimental.We're chatting:challenging beauty normssetting goalsbuilding connectionsleaning into creativityembracing your strengthsshowing up human design overcoming perfectionism
Have you ever heard of cycle syncing? If not, it's the practice of adapting your health and lifestyle habits to fit the four phases of your menstrual cycle. You can lean into these different phases in your personal life and also as an entrepreneur and podcaster. I have Corinne Angelica on the podcast today to break everything down for us when it comes to our cycle phases and how we can adapt our work life based on the phase we're in. She shares what happens with our bodies and hormones and how we feel during each phase. Corrine also tells us what to do if we aren't experiencing these phases and how we can really lean into each phase to plan our work and podcasting schedules around how we feel. ⭐️ Resources Mentioned:Mind Your Hormones Episode 123. Why ovulation strips & apps are NOT accurate & how to truly track ovulation!Tempdrop Monitor with Armband (Use Corrine's discount code "AFCORINNE")Natural Cycles AppFollow me on Instagram @podcastingforeducators
The month of November marks the death of John Witherspoon, one of the most important and most underrated of the American founding fathers. Born in Scotland in 1723, Witherspoon received a Master of Arts at age 16 from the University of Edinburgh, where he would continue his studies in divinity. In 1745, he became an evangelical minister in the Church of Scotland. Witherspoon was no fan of the monarchy and was imprisoned the following year for opposing the royalist Jacobite uprising, an experience that damaged his health for life. After his release, he returned to pastoral ministry. In 1764, the University of St. Andrews awarded Witherspoon an honorary Doctor of Divinity. Four years later, Witherspoon accepted the presidency of the College of New Jersey, a Presbyterian college now known as Princeton University. Though the school's primary mission was to train Presbyterian ministers, Witherspoon found the school in quite a mess. The students were given poor teaching and an inadequate library. Through fundraising, reorganization, higher standards, and securing new resources–including donating hundreds of books from his personal library–Witherspoon transformed the college into a top-tier school. In addition to providing leadership at a crucial time in the university's history, Witherspoon taught courses in rhetoric, history, divinity, and moral philosophy, a required course at the college. His ideas were anchored in his Reformed faith and the natural law tradition. He was also heavily influenced by Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid's Common Sense Realism. These ideas took deep root in Princeton and across American society generally. Witherspoon's teaching laid essential groundwork for both the American Revolution and the government that followed. Leaning heavily on the Calvinistic tradition, Witherspoon promoted the rights of people to challenge governmental overreach, even by force of arms if necessary. Unsurprisingly, he strongly supported the American Revolution, especially concerned by a growing centralization of government and the Crown taking over responsibilities that were historically the prerogatives of the colonies. The final straw for Witherspoon was when bishops were appointed from England to oversee religious life in the colonies. Like his Presbyterian forebearers in Scotland, Witherspoon saw these violations as justification for revolt. He served in the Continental Congress from 1777 to 1784, taking on a prodigious amount of work and serving on over 100 committees. After the war, he helped draft the Articles of Confederation and later shepherded the Constitution through the New Jersey state legislature. Even with that impressive resume, Witherspoon's most important impact came from the students who took his moral philosophy classes at the College of New Jersey. Witherspoon taught James Madison the necessity of checks and balances in government. Among his other students were Aaron Burr, 37 judges, including several members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and three justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, 10 cabinet officers, 12 members of the Continental Congress, 28 U.S. Senators, and 49 U.S. Congressmen. Witherspoon was arguably the single most influential founder who shaped the early years of the Republic. Despite all this, Witherspoon is mostly remembered today for owning two slaves. Like many of the founders, Witherspoon's attitudes toward slavery were complex and often contradictory, a fact that explains but does not excuse his stance. Witherspoon taught that slaves and employees should be treated with dignity and respect. He even spoke out against the institution of slavery at the college. However, he also opposed a measure by the state legislature that would have banned slavery in New Jersey. Like many others, Witherspoon believed slavery would die out within a generation, and thought the legislation was unnecessary and could interfere with the process he believed was inevitable. Though there were a few consistent abolitionists among the founders, Witherspoon was among the many elites in the eighteenth century who owned slaves as domestic servants or to work land. Witherspoon failed to extend his convictions about liberty for all to the slaves in his midst. That moral tragedy should not fully blot out the honor owed to him for his incredible contributions to the founding of the United States and the securing of the freedoms we enjoy. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Dr. Glenn Sunshine. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
In this episode, we sit down with Odin Lonning! Odin is a prolific and award-winning Tlingit artist based here on Vashon Island. Born and raised in Alaska, Odin has a deep knowledge of and relationship with the natural world that is reflected and celebrated in his art. With his wife Ann Stateler, who many of us know as Orca Annie, Odin is a tireless advocate for the rights and health of the iconic Southern Resident Killer Whales. Join us to learn how Odindiscovered and nurtured his interest in Tlingit art, including dance, song, and visual arts, and hear stories about some of his iconic projects. Odin shares with us why he is so inspired to teach and share his deep knowledge of art and his respect for nature during this chapter of his life. Odin's website: http://www.odinlonning.com/
In this week's episode, Chief Victory Officer, Eric Guy, is joined by Neil Rogers, Owner and VP of Sales at Rogers Marketing. They discuss how Neil's time as a bartender led to important business skills that lauched his successful career.Takeaways:- Building Initial Rapport: A proper greeting sets the initial tone of any interaction, forming the foundation of a positive connection. It isn't merely a formality but an essential aspect of building rapport and establishing a comfortable environment.- Active Listening Dynamics: Active listening involves more than just hearing words; it requires deliberate engagement. Leaning in during conversations, nodding affirmatively, and allowing others to express themselves fully are vital components. It shows genuine interest and validates the speaker's thoughts and feelings.- Respecting Their Narrative: Allowing individuals to share their stories without diverting attention to oneself demonstrates a genuine interest in understanding their perspectives. Avoiding the temptation to interject with personal experiences allows the speaker to feel heard and valued.- Respect for Time Commitments: Punctuality communicates respect for others' schedules and reflects a level of professionalism. Arriving on time or even a few minutes earlier demonstrates dedication and appreciation for the time of others.- Seeking Positive Interactions: Proactively reaching out to individuals who radiate positivity can significantly impact one's emotional well-being. Engaging with those who uplift, support, and inspire promotes a more optimistic outlook.MAKE THIS YOUR BEST DAY YET!
Most of us know the benefits of gratitude. Studies report people who regularly express gratitude sleep better, stress less & are generally more positive. Download our free gift, "Gratitude for All Seasons", an infographic that reminds you to be grateful every day. And now, to learn what we are grateful for this year, listen to today's episode with a friend you are grateful for! Download Gratitude for All Seasons Schedule your complimentary strategy session with Cecelia. Schedule your complimentary multipreneurship exploration with Larisa.
Katie & David wrap up Season 3 here by each sharing their Top 3 Tips for helping new parents better connect in the midst of new parenthood chaos. We both firmly believe that Better Partners Make Better Parents and really get into some (hopefully helpful!) specifics here in this episode. Katie unpacks: 1) Sharing the Care right from the start 2) Trying to be Curious vs assuming and arguing 3) Leaning into Joy - where can we find the "yes"? David walks through: 1) Building Bridges of connection through Shared Agreements 2) Embrace the Suck so you can Own the Outcome as a way to get unstuck and move from "victim" to "Leader" 3) There is no Bouncing Back, only Bouncing Forward Helpful links to some of David's previous Blogposts and Youtube Videos that further explore some of the ideas mentioned in this episode: Becoming a "Leader IN" your relationship - https://www.welcometofatherhood.com/blog/the-leader-of-vs-a-leader-in Shared Agreements - https://www.welcometofatherhood.com/blog/shared-agreements-amp-baby-basics Building Bridges - https://www.welcometofatherhood.com/blog/build-those-bridges Bouncing Forward - https://www.welcometofatherhood.com/blog/bouncing-forward New Dad Blues Busters Video - https://youtu.be/9oswUd2Z14A ***** Katie now has a weekly FREE Embracing Pregnancy prenatal group offering over at the Nest that meets via Zoom every Tuesday at 12 noon Pacific. This weekly pregnancy Q&A meetup is run by a rotating panel of prenatal practicioners and features frequent guests that come from a wide range of perinatal support services inlcuding ayurvedic nutritionists, midwives, and acupunturists. Come check it out to learn more about these various services in a warm, welcoming environment. Katie also continues to offer her FREE weekly Embracing Parenthood Postpartum support meetup via Zoom every Thursday at 1pm PST. Katie runs these herself, so please drop on in to experience more of her wisdom, grace, and compassion in person. https://www.thenestfamilyresource.com/parenting ***** Like what we have to say? Subscribe to the channel, like this show, and come see us over at the Nest and Welcome To Fatherhood! For more information on Katie DaMota and Nest Family Resource please visit: https://www.thenestfamilyresource.com For more information on David Arrell, his book Welcome To Fatherhood, and his other coaching and consulting offerings please visit: https://www.welcometofatherhood.com ***** Podcast music credit for The Road Ahead: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/zoo/the-road-ahead License code: YQSX0VF4MX6S3N8K Photo credit: https://www.pexels.com/
In this episode, Stanton shares how to uncover the mystery of fulfillment. If your heart needs some motivation and encouragement today this is the episode you want to listen to. We also cover: How to reignite your passion for filmmaking, How to not let the present slip away, The idolization of nostalgia, Leaning into courage and boldness... even as an introvert, Discovering rich stories in any circumstance, Why you need to fail more and how to do it well, and more!Connect with: Stanton on IGConnect with: Stanton on his website--------------------------------------------
This week's TWC is hosted by Clay Mertes! We're bringing you exclusive insights from three leaders who spent an intense week with Andy Albright at the Albright Leadership Cabin. Expect a deep dive into their discussions, uncovering secrets and strategies that could revolutionize your approach in your business. This is your chance to hear these attendees' experiences and tips firsthand - Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation!
Welcome Closers,In this episode of the Profitable Property Management Podcast, hosts Jordan Muela and Jeremy Pound discuss strategies for driving growth in the residential property management industry. They cover topics like lead generation, forecasting, goal-setting, and investing in company culture.Topics Lead generation strategies: inbound, outbound, referral marketing Setting realistic yet ambitious growth goals The importance of forecasting and goal-setting Investing in company culture and employees Celebrating top operators in the industry Removing friction to enable creation and growth Guest:Jeremy Pound - Sales coach and co-founder of RentScale and This Week in Property ManagementRentscale.comSalesmastery.liveKey Moments: The importance of enjoying the sales and marketing strategies you pursue based on your strengths and temperament (12:25) Leaning financially into growth goals and ambitions (20:04) Mastermind groups forming among roles like operations managers and maintenance coordinators (33:07) Setting growth goals based on how much "strain" you are willing to take on (39:18) Origins of Jeremy's idea for a property management magazine (43:15) How to subscribe to the Strategic Property Management magazine and podcast (49:54) Be sure to subscribe to This Week in Property Management on YouTube for more great content and insights from Jordan and Jeremy! Are you a property manager looking to scale your business in 2023? Join us for LeadSimple University in Austin, TX from December 5-7. This exclusive event brings together top industry experts to teach you the latest systems and processes to automate tasks, streamline operations, and develop rockstar team members. You'll leave with actionable strategies to 10x your growth, reduce stress, and create predictable profits. Space is limited, so secure your spot today at https://www.leadsimple.com/lsu.Unlock your full potential with LeadSimple University!
This week Joy chats with Dr. Kwado Kyeremanteng, the department head of critical care at the Ottawa Hospital. He shares his insights on the importance of finding the leader within oneself and the courage to be authentic, even if you're not in a leadership role. He discusses his new book, "Unapologetic Leadership," and inspires listeners with his stories and energy. Dr. K also talks about his work in caring for the sickest patients in the ICU and his research on improving ICU resources and access to palliative care. Don't miss this empowering conversation on finding courage and making a positive impact. Episode Highlights: [00:02:25] Authentic leadership and courage. [00:04:51] Making decisions from our values. [00:09:32] People's unwavering belief systems. [00:12:30] Speaking up in challenging environments. [00:18:37] Authenticity and its impact. [00:28:16] Using rejection as fuel. [00:30:09] Developing a stomach for difficult decisions. [00:36:59] Managing stress and relaxation. [00:38:56] Leaning on your partner. [00:42:49] Improving healthcare and avoiding ICU. Resources: Dr. K's new book: Unapologetic Leadership: Finding The Moral Courage To Do The Right Thing Dr. K on Instagram Dr. K on Tiktok Solving Healthcare Website Solving Healthcare Podcast More about Joyous Health: Check out our award-winning blog Joyous Health Check out Joy's bestselling cookbooks Sign up for the Joyous Health newsletter Follow Joyous Health on Instagram Find Joyous Health on Facebook Connect with Joyous Health on TikTok Check out our full line of Natural & Organic Haircare and Body Care.
When a parent learns that their child has been diagnosed with a serious illness or condition, it's difficult not to be consumed with worst case scenarios. But as Bekah Bowman will tell you, you have two choices: either allow your past and future to steal joy from your present, or embrace joy in the present moment, no matter what it looks like. And Bekah is no stranger to this concept: her two boys, Titus and Ely, were both affected by a rare genetic disease (CLN2) that leads to the quick loss of skills and eventual passing in childhood. After her oldest son passed away Bekah wrote Can't Steal My Joy, a book dedicated to helping those whose life path has taken an unexpected turn to rediscover joy. Today, Bekah shares some of her strategies on how to manage anticipatory grief, learning to make the best of the present, the importance of making time to grieve, leaning on your faith, and the power of acceptance. Key Takeaways with Bekah Bowman Ways to process a difficult diagnosis Managing anticipatory grief Learning to focus on the present & enjoy each moment Dealing with feelings of numbness The power of acceptance and embracing joy Why you should consider scheduling “grieving sessions” Leaning on your faith through grief The importance of honoring date nights with your partner Finding community in extended family and friends Learning to flex your “Joy Muscle” Show Notes: Get Full Access to the Show Notes by visiting: MatteasJoy.org/73. Rate & Review If you enjoyed today's episode of The Joy In The Journey, hit the subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen, so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review over on Apple Podcasts. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU!
Tired of the old way of doing business & marketing? We are too. Which is exactly why we wanted to have this transparent conversation with Maggie. Maggie is such a breath of fresh air when it comes to marketing & supporting clients. She believes that heart and intuition are the keys to an impactful business, and we couldn't agree more. This conversation is a beautiful example of doing things in a way that FEELS GOOD for you, but before you do that, you usually have to start with digging into your deeper “why”. Join us in this conversation as we explore mindful marketing, and how you can uncover your “why” from alllll different directions, plus examples, stories, and inspiration along the way. We hope you enjoy! ☺️ IN THIS EPISODE, WE EXPLORE: ➡️ Maggie's journey of becoming a mindful marketing strategist ➡️ The old way of marketing vs. the new way of marketing ➡️ Balancing inner validation & outer validation ➡️ A look into stepping away from social media while still continuing to grow your business ➡️ Leaning into marketing strategies that make sense for you & how you want to show up ➡️ Exploring your deeper “why” from different perspectives ➡️ How you can start figuring out what your “why” is & allowing it to be your anchor ➡️ Honoring the season of life that you're in ➡️ Implementing radical generosity in your business Links & Resources Mentioned: >> Maggie's Virtual Office Hours >> Maggie's Newsletter Sign up >> Laverne Cox Possibility Model >> Simon Sinek's “Start with Why” Book >> Mariah's Connect & Collab Playbook (Use code COLLABLOVE10 for $10 off) >> Previous episode w/ Keina about finances >> Buy us a coffee/support the podcast >> Get 20% off your next contract with The Contract Shop About Maggie Gentry: Maggie believes that heart and intuition are the keys to an impactful business. As the owner of MaggieGentry.com and founder of Own Your Why®, Maggie supports high-conscious entrepreneurs who are looking to intentionally grow their business with more ease through her unique blend of insightful business coaching and mindful marketing consulting. Maggie aims to become a thought partner to her clients—acting as a confidant and co-conspirator—gently guiding them towards their growth edges, pointing them back to their truth, and redefining how they do business on their own terms. Website: https://www.maggiegentry.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggiegentry_/ Learn more about Curiously Guided: Curiously Guided: the podcast for intentional business owners & curious minds. Where the outer work meets the inner work, so we can create a life, business, and career that feels deeply fulfilling & wildly aligned. ✨ Website: Curiouslyguided.com ✨ Instagram: Instagram.com/curiouslyguided CONNECT WITH THE HOSTS' SHAY + MARIAH:
In hour 3 of The Annie Frey Show, Annie and the crew discuss Conservative and Liberal-leaning restaurants, Christmas decorations, and the AFS Christmas Special. They wrap up the hour going over the YouTube chat poll.
In this episode we dive into Dougs journey. Leaning into addiction, self worth, and health. You never know when you hit your breaking point where it can lead and how it helps you find your purpose. That is exactly what happened too Doug. If you're struggling right now, let this conversation inspire you. Where to find me?! Website http://dylanitsyourtime.com IG https://www.instagram.com/dylanitsyourtime/ Where to find Doug?! IG https://www.instagram.com/dougbopst/ His Podcast The Adversity Advantage https://open.spotify.com/show/2kXk7ZbTzv4Lnf8lxLnnTn Thank you all for being here.
In this episode of Invest the Difference, Claudio and Bernadette bring in Viraj Kulhari, a successful entrepreneur, multifamily investor, and director of acquisitions for Terra Equity Group. Embarking on a journey towards financial independence, it all began in a seminar he attended with his father to now managing about 900 doors.As a former UM basketball player, Viraj shares insights on the underpinning discipline, adopted in the sports arena, and how it positively influenced his business success. The conversation dips into his dabbling in the fast-food industry, revealing lessons of managing a new franchise store. Peppered with robust discussions on profitability, labor, and food costs, as well as marketing restrictions, this episode not only provides a deep dive into the intricate workings of the business world but also underlines the importance of having a purposeful vision. Connect with Viraj: https://www.instagram.com/vkulConnect with Bernadette: https://www.instagram.com/the.band.tee.ceo/Connect with Claudio: https://www.instagram.com/claudgambin/Invest The Difference is sponsored by GFG Solutions: https://gfgsolutions.com/GFG Solutions is dedicated to providing peace of mind, clarity, and happiness to business owners and managers. We offer comprehensive financial services, including tax preparation, bookkeeping, payroll, and more, to help businesses meet their financial responsibilities. Additionally, our consulting services help businesses align their decisions with their financial goals for optimal success.
Editor - Thelma Schoonmaker, ACE KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON editor Thelma Schoonmaker ACE has literally had a front row seat to some of the most celebrated films of the past four decades, working as director Martin Scorsese's editor and filmmaking partner. The pair reunite once again for KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert DeNiro, two mainstays of Scorsese's acting troupe, as well as Lily Gladstone, who delivers a breakout performance as Mollie Kyle. KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON was directed by Martin Scorsese from a screenplay he co-wrote with Eric Roth, based on the 2017 non-fiction book of the same name by David Grann. Set in 1920's Oklahoma, it focuses on a series of murders of Osage members and relations in the Osage Nation after oil was being produced on tribal land. Tribal members had retained mineral rights on their reservation, and whites sought to gain their wealth. THELMA SCHOONMAKER ACE Thelma Schoonmaker is a three-time Academy Award winner, having worked for more than 40 years alongside filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Schoonmaker has been honored with Oscars, most recently in 2007 for her work on Scorsese's “The Departed,” and in 2004 for his film “The Aviator.” In 1981, she won both the Academy Award and BAFTA Award for editing Scorsese's “Raging Bull.” Subsequently, she worked on all of Scorsese's features: “The King of Comedy,” “After Hours,” “The Color of Money,” “The Last Temptation of Christ,” the “Life Lessons” segment from “New York Stories,” “Goodfellas” (which earned her another BAFTA Award, as well as an Oscar nomination), “Cape Fear,” “The Age of Innocence,” “Casino,” “Kundun,” “Bringing Out the Dead,” “Gangs of New York” (for which she received the ACE Eddie Award and was nominated for an Academy Award), “Shutter Island,” “Hugo” (for which she received another Oscar nomination), “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and “Silence.” In addition to her film editing, Schoonmaker works tirelessly to promote the films and writings of her late husband, the director Michael Powell, among them “The Red Shoes,” “Black Narcissus,” “The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp,” “I Know Where I'm Going,” “A Matter of Life and Death,” “Tales of Hoffmann,” and “Peeping Tom.” Editing Killers of the Flower Moon In our discussion with KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON editor Thelma Schoonmaker ACE, we talk about: Leaning into the love story When to cut to DiCaprio or DeNiro Scorsese's shooting style The structural perfection of Goodfellas Twelve cuts to completion The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs Learn all about what's new with Avid Media Composer Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube
Leaning into your personal power? Now that's powerful as f*ck.Brace yourselves, because in this episode, George is unveiling a deeply personal journey: his weight loss journey that was a byproduct of him unlearning toxic patterns and relearning how to love himself. This episode isn't just about weight loss; it's a raw account of how embracing simplicity, and consistency revolutionized his happiness, health and business. Listen in to learn more about…How George broke his cycle of self-sabotage to find happiness.The power of aligning your actions with your true desires.Accountability with yourself and leaning into your mind, body, being, and business as your guiding light. Remember, every step you take toward your true desires is a victory. Feeling called to lean into your personal discovery? Check out our past episodes for a jump start!—→ Embracing Awareness and Unleashing Your Entrepreneurial Potential with Giulia Guerrieri→ How To Attract and Manifest Success Into Your Life with Giulia Guerrieri→ Changing your identity and reality as your future self with Giulia Guerrieri→ How To Declutter Your Mind & Unlock The Secrets To Clarity With Jamie Smart→ When You Want to Quit: How to Flip Your Mindset and Recognize Your Entrepreneurial Gifts—Looking for access to my entire book recommendation library? Check out my Amazon Storefront -- your hub for a curated collection of transformative books covering business, marketing, mindset, and personal development. Shop HERE
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In this episode, we meet Joe. Growing up, Joe had no shortage of traumatic experiences and never talked about the feelings or thoughts associated with these events. He found a level of acceptance through drinking alcohol and consuming drugs. Going through the motions in life, Joe found himself covering up his emotions with alcohol time and time again. Sobriety was not given much attention, and drinking alcohol just felt so normal. After many ups and downs, Joe had a 10-day break from alcohol and decided to keep it going. Today, Joe celebrates 9 months of sobriety and this is Joe's story on the sober motivation podcast. -------------- Follow Joe on IG: https://www.instagram.com/mightyjoemt/ Follow Sober Motivation on IG: https://www.instagram.com/sobermotivation/ More info on SoberLink: www.soberlink.com/recover
In this episode I talk with David Sandum who was driven to take up art personally and then professionally after being hospitalized with depression in 2001. His journey through depression led him to the works of Vincent Van Gogh and Edvard Munch—finding solace and a deep connection with their expression of raw emotions. We discuss how art continues to be a lifeline in his struggle with depression and his memoir, I'll Run Till the Sun Goes Down: A Memoir About Depression & Discovering Art. David and I touch on the tension between making art for yourself and surviving in a commercial market, and, related, why he chose to focus on a series of Auschwitz paintings over seemingly more market-friendly paintings of beaches. We also talk about how he organized a community of artists on what was then Twitter to begin an annual international exhibition and fundraiser that has been going on since 2010. The Twitter Art Exhibit has evolved into the Postcard Art Exhibit, which accurately reflects its contents. Heads up that you'll hear David abbreviate it repeatedly—and understandably—as PAE.
Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code THEFIGHTINGCOCK at Manscaped.com Going big in January or wait for the summer, coping without Romero and van de Ven, the young boy Phillips, Leaning on Dier, and only keeping four players... It's Q&A Thursday podcast Patreon - http://bit.ly/2uECfa3 - Twitter - http://bit.ly/2wleG6z - Facebook - http://bit.ly/39bN7LM - Instagram - http://bit.ly/3ae2GCx - WhatsApp - https://bit.ly/3dhrQTd - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2I31iH7 A Tottenham Hotspur Podcast, Up the Spurs! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Tribune reporter Brad Biggs to discuss the Bears' quarterback situation as they prepare to host the Panthers on Thursday. He also discussed Ravens star linebacker Roquan Smith throwing shade at the Bears and more. Later, TNT analyst Chris Chelios joined the show to discuss the Blackhawks' recent struggles and the Cubs' shocking hiring of Craig Counsell as their new manager.
Growing three food blogs as a family, organizing retreats for food bloggers, and leveling up your email marketing strategy with Taryn Scarfone from Joy Filled Eats. ----- Welcome to episode 434 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Taryn Scarfone from Joy Filled Eats. Navigating Google Algorithm Updates, Leaning into Email Marketing, and Running Three Food Blogs Taryn started Joy Filled Eats eight years ago and has recently started two additional food blogs, one with her 14-year-old daughter and one with her husband. With each new blog, her approach has become more intentional and strategic — and has seen more rapid success as a result. In this interview, Taryn shares more about how she manages the responsibilities of three food blogs. She also speaks to the effects of recent Google Algorithm updates and why she has prioritized email marketing for Joy Filled Eats. Taryn has also hosted a mastermind group for food bloggers, as well as an in-person retreat with fellow food creators. She explains the process of organizing both, in case you feel inspired to do the same! In this episode, you'll learn: How she came to have three food blogs and why she enjoys running these sites with her family. What it's like to juggle the responsibilities for all three sites. How they grew A Grill for All Season to 150,000 monthly pageviews. How her sites have been affected by Google Algorithm updates and how they recover from updates in which the sites are negatively impacted. More about Google Discover and how it can affect site traffic. How she organized a retreat and a mastermind group for food bloggers. How she leveled up her email marketing strategy and grew her email list to 40,000+ subscribers. Resources: Joy Filled Eats A Grill for All Seasons Baking Me Hungry Google Discover 430: Grow Your Email List with ConvertKit's Creator Network with Nathan Barry Sidetracked Sarah Raptive Evolving Table It is a Keeper Email Crush by Matt Molen ConvertKit LiveIntent 201: Email Marketing for Bloggers with Matt Molen Follow Taryn on Instagram and Facebook Join the Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group This episode is sponsored by Clariti and Raptive. Learn more about our sponsors at foodbloggerpro.com/sponsors. Interested in working with us too? Learn more about our sponsorship opportunities and how to get started here. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to email@example.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership.