Ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge
It’s time for the Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio, today recorded live at Farm Management Canada’s Agriculture Excellence Conference! On today’s show, host Shaun Haney shares some key insights from RealAgristudies on learning and development, then hear from Farm Management Canada’s executive director, Heather Watson. Then, Shaun hosts three University of Guelph students — John... Read More
It’s time for the Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio, today recorded live at Farm Management Canada’s Agriculture Excellence Conference! On today’s show, host Shaun Haney shares some key insights from RealAgristudies on learning and development, then hear from Farm Management Canada’s executive director, Heather Watson. Then, Shaun hosts three University of Guelph students — John... Read More
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There are some distinct advantages to opening your mind to learning no matter your age or current status. Whichever way fits best into your life is a great way to begin integrating new knowledge, skills, and abilities into your daily activities. Today we discuss the fascinating world of lifelong learning! www.patreon.com/aquatizoo firstname.lastname@example.org www.magicalvacationplanner.com/staff/lori-semple
Join us in this exciting episode of the Coffee & Conversation Podcast, where our host, Jeff Harris, welcomes an extraordinary guest for the first time on our show. We are thrilled to have Ryan Lufkin, the Vice President of Global Strategy at Instructure, as our special guest. In this episode, we delve into educational innovation with Instructure, the creators of Canvas – a leading educational software and a pivotal component of education in Del Norte Schools. Ryan shares insights into how Instructure is revolutionizing teaching and learning. We discuss the importance of a growth mindset in educators and students and how it fosters lifelong learning. Discover how Canvas empowers educators by saving them time, personalizing learning experiences to meet students' needs, and simplifying complex administrative tasks. This conversation is about the technical aspects of educational tools and the transformative educational concepts that drive them. Tune in to this episode of Coffee & Conversation and be a part of a discussion that's shaping the future of education, nurturing a generation of lifelong learners, and fostering an environment of continuous growth and learning. Host: Jeff Harris - Superintendent of Schools Guest: Ryan Lufkin - Vice President of Global Strategy of Instructure
Podcast Summary:Explore how parents can inadvertently stifle their children's natural curiosity and learn effective ways to nurture their burgeoning interests, covering topics like active listening, avoiding over-structuring, and embracing organic learning.Keywords:Parenting, Active Listening, Child's Curiosity, Organic Learning, Interest Nurturing, Emotional Intelligence, Autonomy in Learning, Minimalist Homeschooling, Child Education, Lifelong Learning.SEO Episode Notes:In this insightful episode, we delve into the nuanced ways parents might unintentionally quell their children's curiosity and how to foster a more enriching learning environment. Here are the key points discussed:Active Listening and Enthusiasm Matching: Understand the importance of fully engaging when your child shares their interests, and how this simple act can significantly boost their confidence and curiosity.Avoiding Over-Structuring: Discover the pitfalls of turning a child's interest into a rigid lesson plan, and learn how to offer choices and encourage questions to promote autonomous learning.Overcoming "What's Next?" Syndrome: This segment focuses on the need to slow down and allow children to immerse themselves in their interests, rather than rushing them to the next activity.Managing Information Overload: Find out how to balance the amount of information provided to children, avoiding overwhelming them and instead nurturing their curiosity gradually.Steering Clear of Judgment: Learn the importance of avoiding critiques on a child's chosen interests and how to support their learning journey positively.Fostering Organic Learning: The episode wraps up with insights into creating a minimalist homeschooling environment that prioritizes depth and quality in learning, emphasizing the role of parents as facilitators rather than directors.For more insights and resources on nurturing your child's learning journey, visit The Story Weavers.
Mr. Magoo's Scrooge-tacular Memory Makeover From Ebenezer to Eagle Vision: Unleash Your Inner Bird with Magnetic Memory See the World in a Whole New Light with the Magnetic Memory Method Heart-Brain Harmony for Sight Perfection: The Magnetic Memory Method Bird Brain Brilliance: Unleash Your Inner Genius with the Magnetic Memory Method #MagneticMemoryMethod,#HeartBrainCoherence,#SeeTheWorldLikeABird,#EbenezerScrooge,#MrMagoo,#VisualClinics,#BirdPreservation,#Meditation,#Visualization,#MemoryEnhancement#BrainTraining,#CognitiveEnhancement,#PersonalDevelopment,#LifelongLearning, Meditation and Binaural Beats: A Journey to Inner Peace Detox Your Body and Mind with Binaural Beats and Meditation Sleep Soundly and Wake Refreshed with the Power of Binaural Beats Meditation and Binaural Beats: Your Gateway to a Restful Night's Sleep Unwind and Recharge with Binaural Beats and Meditation #Meditation,#BinauralBeats,#InnerPeace,#PeacefulSleep,#RestfulSleep,#Detox,#Relaxation,#Wellness,#Mindfulness,#SelfCare, In the hustle and bustle of modern life, it's easy to get caught up in the stress and worries of everyday life. Our minds are constantly racing, and our bodies are constantly on alert. This can lead to a variety of health problems, including anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain. Meditation and binaural beats can be powerful tools for helping us to relax and de-stress. Meditation is a practice of focusing your attention on the present moment, which can help to quiet your mind and reduce stress. Binaural beats are a type of auditory illusion that is created by playing two slightly different frequencies in each ear. This can create a calming effect that can help to promote relaxation and sleep. When you combine meditation and binaural beats, you create a powerful combination that can help you to achieve deep relaxation and restful sleep. This can help to improve your overall health and well-being. Here is a simple meditation and binaural beat sleep prayer that you can use: "I am one. I am at peace with all that has happened today. As I now drift into a healthy deep and restful sleep, I allow my body to detox and cleanse itself. I wake refreshed and renewed, ready to embrace the new day with clarity and peace." Here are some of the benefits of meditation and binaural beats for sleep: Reduced stress and anxiety Improved sleep quality Increased relaxation Reduced pain Improved mood Increased energy levels Enhanced focus and concentration Improved cognitive function Here are some of the best binaural beat sleep tracks: "Weightless" by Marconi Union "Sleep Soundly" by Binaural Beats Meditation "Deep Sleep" by Brainwave Entrainment "Delta Sleep" by Hemi-Sync "Theta Sleep" by Mindfield Interact at The BH Sales Kennel Kelp Holistic Healing Hour --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bhsales/message
Darren chats to Director of Lifelong Learning, Mike Finn this week as we get to grips with the first of three pillars Everton in the Community is launching as part of Trinity Project. As well as delving into the Learns pillar, we also hear from a participant, Evie on how Everton in the Community is inspiring her to become an actor, whilst goalkeeper Joao Virginia speaks to us after experiencing our Digital Skills Lab.
In this episode, we celebrate the unsung heroes of our communities: public libraries. Discover the magic that lies within these book-lined walls, from our childhood memories to lifelong learning. With Chrissy providing her valuable insights as a professional librarian, we share our personal stories of library adventures and delve into why these hallowed spaces hold a special place in our nerdy hearts. Plus this week's fandom news, your feedback, and some housekeeping. Our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/FiveishFangirls #FiveishFam TIME STAMPS 00:00:18 Intro 00:01:43 News 00:15:23 Feedback 00:29:08 We Love Libraries 02:27:04 Closing Thoughts 02:30:56 Outro Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
As instituições de ensino ao redor do mundo estão se transformando rapidamente devido às mudanças no mercado de trabalho. No Brasil, com o mercado de educação superior em constante evolução e o crescimento do ensino a distância, o cenário se torna ainda mais desafiador. Precisamos de soluções inovadoras de longo prazo.
On episode #183 of Kickoff Sessions, we sat down with Eric Siu, founder of Single Grain, a Growth Marketing agency, and the voice behind the ‘Marketing School' and ‘Leveling Up with Eric Siu' podcast. We explore the future of podcasting, strategies to grow your business, and Eric's motivation behind creating content. In this episode, Eric shares his personal journey through podcasting, from 270 downloads to over 100 million today. We delve into the nuances of creating creation, stressing the balance between quality and experimenting with new types of content.As we wrap things up, Eric goes deep on the future of branding and content. Eric shares his two cents on how storytelling emerges as the important tool for those aspiring to make a mark in the content space, emphasizing its relevance across various domains as well. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving a 5-star rating on Spotify and a review on Apple Podcasts.Eric's Socials:- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericosiu/My Socials:- Instagram: https://bit.ly/3LFbEgE- LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3FCS3JA- Twitter: https://bit.ly/3ExJ26Z⏺️ Voics: https://www.voics.co/
In this episode Kathy Forbes BS, RDH, breaks down code D4346. What some call "the gingivitis code". Tune into an informative episode where you'll learn valuable information about implementing D4346 in your daily practice. You don't want to miss this one! About Kathy Forbes: Kathy has been a dental hygienist, educator, speaker, author, consultant, seminar, and study club leader for over 40 years. She speaks frequently about the correct classification, documentation, treatment planning, and CDT procedure code selection for patients with periodontal disease. In addition, she holds a license with the ADA for Current Dental Terminology© which allows her to provide the most up-to-date understanding of current procedure codes. She has articles published in RDH Magazine, Dentistry Today, and others specifically addressing dental hygiene treatment planning and correct procedure code selection. Her national engagements include presentations to the American Dental Association's Annual Meeting, ADHA Center for Lifelong Learning, RDH Under One Roof, and the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. Kathy's most recent honors include being selected as a recipient of the 2023 Sunstar RDH Achievement of Distinction in the category of Entrepreneurship and a member of the inaugural class of Fellows for the American Dental Hygienists' Association. She currently serves as a Director for the DentalCodeology™ Consortium, reviewing and developing procedure codes relevant to dental hygiene practice which are presented to the Code Maintenance Committee of the American Dental Association each year. Article worth mention: "When should you use the D4346 scaling procedure code?" RDH Magazine
Series: Artificial Intelligence, Leadership and the Future of Further EducationWith:Richard Foster-Fletcher, Executive Chair, MKAI.orgKurt Hintz, Executive Principal, Capital City College GroupDr. Sean Mackney, Principal and CEO at PetrocEpisode 6: Equal Opportunities in the Digital AgeEpisode NotesThis episode centres on the pivotal role of artificial intelligence (AI) in shaping equal opportunities in the education sector, with a special focus on further education and leadership. Discussions range from how AI could democratise access to quality education to its ethical considerations.Objectives:To discuss AI's potential to level the playing field in education, especially in further education.To examine the governmental policies around AI's impact on education and lifelong learning.To explore the ethical considerations of AI in educational settings, particularly in terms of inclusion and analytics.Key Discussions:AI's Potential in Education and LeadershipRichard, Sean, and Kurt explore the untapped potential of AI to bring equality in educational opportunities. Sean is optimistic that AI could particularly assist those from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing a supportive structure for learning.AI's Potential in Education: Group-Fetch and Cognitive OffloadSean and Kurt touch upon how AI can aid in personalised learning experiences. Sean brings up the concept of 'group-fetch' and deep relationships, while Kurt discusses 'cognitive offload' to ease complex tasks.AI's Impact on Education and Lifelong LearningSean brings attention to the governmental view of AI across sectors, urging caution that the pace of technological advancements could outstrip societal adaptation. He advocates for policies like universal income to offset AI's unpredictable disadvantages.Adapting to AI: The Future of Skills and CareersSean and Kurt delve into the necessity for career adaptability in an AI-driven landscape. Sean speaks about the need for switching careers in the case of automation, exemplified by a bricklayer adapting to drone operation.Colleges as Anchors in the Age of AIThe panel addresses the role of colleges as community anchors, contributing to productivity and equal opportunities. Kurt and Sean emphasise the ethical use of data and AI by colleges and call for government frameworks to guide this.GPT-4 Release and Productivity BoostSean talks about the upcoming release of GPT-4, predicting improvements in productivity. He also hints at the possibility of governmental policy mandating access to mobile hardware and speed.Inclusion, AI, and EthicsSean and Richard focus on the importance of inclusion and ethical engagement with AI and data. They debate the potential benefits and risks of AI in this context.Ethics and Learning Analytics in Higher EducationThe discussion turns towards the ethical dimensions of learning analytics. While Sean expresses reservations about how these tools could potentially limit personal growth, Kurt sees them as useful for tracking skills and behaviours.Action Items:Implement ethical guidelines for AI in educational settings.Lobby for governmental frameworks that promote the ethical use of AI.Encourage a balanced approach that values both technological advancements and ethical considerations.The episode serves as a comprehensive guide for educators, policymakers, and thought leaders on the importance and complexity of integrating AI into the educational landscape. It stresses the need for a careful, well-considered approach.
Join Manuel as he delves into the essence of team synergy and the relentless pursuit of knowledge. Discover how these elements intertwine to catalyze unprecedented growth in business and life. This episode offers a fresh perspective on transforming visions into reality, urging you to tune in for a deeper exploration filled with actionable insights. Your next level of success might just be a listen away.
Jim Stroud interviews Jean Eddy, President and CEO of American Student Assistance, about future-proofing the careers of today's college students. Pretty much, why go to college today if AI will be doing the job tomorrow? Other discussion points... The education system needs to redefine what "career success" means for today's learners Students must achieve early access to diverse career paths. Top skills students need to obtain in high school for the jobs of tomorrow Advice for parents who may be concerned about their children pursuing non-traditional educational paths or careers The broader societal impact of reshaping education and career readiness And more... This episode is brought to you by "The Recruiting Life" newsletter: https://jimstroud.beehiiv.com About today's guest: Jean Eddy, President & CEO, American Student Assistance (ASA) Jean Eddy is the President & CEO of American Student Assistance. In 2016, Jean evaluated the organization's purpose to align ASA's strengths with high student impact areas. During Jean's tenure, ASA has pivoted from a 65-year history of helping students with college financing and repayment options to a new focus of helping students discover potential career paths earlier in their education journey. She shifted ASA's focus to help kids–as early as middle school to–know themselves, know their options, and make informed choices about their education and career goals. Jean served on the Board of ASA for 20 years and spent her career in higher education holding numerous senior level positions. Jean is a prior member of the College Board, NASFAA, EASFAA, NACAC & AICAD. Jean served as a trustee for the Providence Foundation & The RI Public Expenditure Council & as president for the RI Assoc. of Student Financial Aid Admin, & Governor Baker's Commission on Digital Innovation & Lifelong Learning. Buy "Crisis Proofing Today's Learners: Reimagining Career Education to Prepare Kids for Tomorrow's World," here: https://www.asa.org/jean-eddys-book/ Visit American Student Assistance here: https://www.asa.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on the podcast we have Dr. Emilio Alvarez, Associate Provost of Lifelong Learning at Asbury Seminary. We talk about Dr. Alvarez's latest book, “Pentecost: A Day of Power for All People,” and how learning from other church traditions expands our faith.
This is one of our best podcast episodes so far, and when you listen you'll see why. Today's guest is Dr. Elijah Nicholas and he is the epitome of Black Trans excellence! He is an author, actor, international Trans advocate, and retired senior military officer. We discuss the term gender dysphoria and why we don't use it, the want and willingness to empower Black men, being born the way you were so that you can walk in your purpose, and so much more. This episode of Dem Bois Podcast really highlights the reason behind Dem Bois Inc., and I can't wait for you to hear it.We talk:Elijah's transition journey - 8:33Reproductive justice think-tank - 17:40How you can join 100 Black Trans Men - 24:32Elijah's purpose and passion - 31:56His response to Ne-yo's comments on gender - 40:28His acting career - 51:27Click here for transcript!Episode References:Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo FreireRead more about our guest in his bio below:Dr. Elijah Nicholas, veteran senior military officer and 12-time published author, holds a Doctorate in Business Administration, three Master's degrees, a Bachelor of Science, and a Certificate from Harvard Divinity's Executive Education program. He considers himself to be a Lifelong Learner.Dr. Elijah is an award winning, , and internationally known, Trans Advocate, Transgender-Inclusive Family & Children's Book Author, and Film Actor, Director and Producer.Dr. Elijah is currently Co-Producing the short film MISUNDERSTOOD where he highlights how Conscious Love and Compassion outweigh any biases or beliefs we may have on the personal level.Dr. Elijah is the Founder of 100 Black Trans Men, Inc; a nonprofit organization with the mission to empower, equip, and elevate the voices, visibility, and representation of Black Transgender Men. Dr. Elijah is the recipient of the 2021 Trans Life Award - "Pioneer of Inspiration."Dr. Elijah Nicholas can be seen on TV One as a recurring guest Journalist, The Steve Harvey Show, and The Book of Sean on Fox Soul. When Dr. Elijah isn't speaking, advocating, writing, or acting, you can find him spending time with his lovely Boxer king Duke and his busy Bully Queen Tillie where he lives in Atlanta, GA.http://www.100blacktransmen.comwww.instagram.com/drelijahnicholashttps://www.linkedin.com/in/drelijahnicholasAre you enjoying the Dem Bois Podcast? Donate today to help support the cost of production and the honorarium we pay our guests for their time. All donations are tax-deductible. Click here! Donate to support our 2023 Gender Affirming Surgery Grant Fund here!
Get ready to expand your thinking around what's financially possible and achieve personal freedom with Christopher Howard, a global phenomenon in the personal development industry who's helped millions transform their lives through his seminars, books, and coaching. With 25+ years of success, black belts in martial arts, NLP, and experience working with politicians, celebrities and Fortune 500 companies, Christopher provides transformative wisdom on unlocking human potential as he shares the principles that enabled him to overcome early financial struggles and build an 8-figure coaching business. In this episode we delve into the power of changing subconscious financial associations through mindset shifts, gaining momentum by taking action despite fear, and adopting a student mindset to accelerate growth. Tune in to explore how to Unlock Your Financial Potential with Christopher Howard. Resources mentioned: Free Gifts From Christopher: http://www.chrishowardgift.com Transform Your Money Mindset for $1- https://go2.money/book-deal More on this episode: https://go2.money/potential Leave us a review: https://followthepodcast.com/MYSA
In this episode of the Tourism Academy podcast, join your host, Stephen Ekstrom, CEO and co-founder of Tourism Academy, as he sits down with Rob O'Keefe, the driving force behind See Monterey's remarkable rebranding journey. Rob, the mastermind behind "Find Your Way Here," shares insights into his inspiring career and the pivotal moments that brought him to where he is today.Rob reflects on his journey and emphasizes continuously evolving and aiming high. As a proud father of three, he hopes to instill curiosity and imagination in his children, knowing that these skills can open doors, especially in tourism.One of Rob's career highlights was relaunching See Monterey's brand during his tenure as CEO. He discusses how the pandemic, while a tragedy for many, allowed his community to refocus on the significance of travel, hospitality, and experiences. Rob's commitment was to emerge stronger from the crisis, resulting in a leaner, more focused organization with unparalleled community collaboration.Discover Rob's three essential lists for success: the to-do list, the "what's possible" list, and the "what not to do" list. Learn how these lists help him and his team navigate the complex world of destination management.Rob's guiding light question revolves around inspiration. He believes in inspiring others to achieve beyond their perceived limits within his organization and the destination itself. He's passionate about watching people experience his destination, even if it means playing tourist himself.Rob credits mentors, including board members and former colleagues, for shaping his career. He also draws inspiration from sports figures like Patrick Mahomes and the supportive community of Chiefs fans.For those considering a career in hospitality and tourism, Rob offers valuable advice: work on raising awareness about the industry's diverse opportunities and their impact on communities. He encourages young professionals to explore various paths and never stop learning.Rob shares his passion for gaining knowledge through reading and engaging conversations as a voracious reader and lifelong learner. He believes that continuous learning is essential in a rapidly evolving industry.Looking ahead, Rob is set on learning to play golf and achieving a better work-life balance. He recognizes the interconnected nature of work and personal life and is committed to improving this balance.Rob concludes with a powerful message about the importance of the tourism industry. It's a career that gives back to the community, focusing on residents' quality of life and vitality. "A career in tourism is, in many ways, a career in giving back to the community."Take advantage of this insightful conversation between Stephen Ekstrom and Rob O'Keefe, where they delve into the heart of tourism, rebranding destinations, and the profound impact of the industry on communities. Tune in and "Find Your Way Here."Business Class is brought to you by The Tourism Academy - harnessing the power of science, business psychology and adult education to advance the tourism industry and build sustainable economies. Learn how to engage your community, win over stakeholders and get more visitors at tourismacademy.org. Support the show
When you feel stuck, or when you feel benched, you see yourself sitting on the sidelines, just like an athlete sitting out on a game. Taking proactive steps to cultivate and sustain a healthy mindset when you feel stuck not only makes life more enjoyable but facilitates positive momentum. During the phase of life when raising young children, maintaining a healthy mindset becomes particularly crucial. Whether parents choose to prioritize child-rearing or strike a balance between their job and family obligations, the decisions they make are significantly impacted by their mindset—whether a negative or healthy mindset. In this article we will approach four key areas to concentrate on during times of feeling stagnant or trapped, aiming to guide us toward cultivating a heathier mindset. Those areas include motivation, confidence, education and technology. Full article here: https://goalsforyourlife.com/when-you-feel-stuck
In this episode, host Dr. Sean Leahy engages in a captivating conversation with Dr. Katina Michael. Dr. Michael's unique journey, transitioning from the telecommunications industry to academia and technology/society research, sets the stage for a thought-provoking discussion.The conversation delves into a wide spectrum of emergent technologies, beginning with an exploration of the metaverse. Dr. Michael offers insights into its definition and current progress, while also pondering its future implications. A significant focus is directed towards the convergence of digital and biological technologies, particularly in the context of implantable tech. The episode also delves into crucial considerations regarding age-appropriate design and the ethical usage of these groundbreaking technologies.One of the central themes of the conversation revolves around the potential impacts of AI, specifically generative AI, on education. Dr. Michael underscores the importance of thoughtful, collaborative design and emphasizes the need to consider social embeddedness when developing new technologies. Her advocacy for a human-centered approach, which prioritizes consulting end users and empowering human agency, shines through the discussion.While recognizing the buzz and excitement surrounding these innovations, Dr. Michael encourages a balanced perspective of measured optimism. She urges listeners to think critically about how best to harness these tools for the benefit of society, making this episode a compelling exploration of the evolving technological landscape. Links & Resources Mentioned:Katina's ASU Bio: https://search.asu.edu/profile/3298186 Katina's TED Talks: Brain Implants: Hype or Hope and Microchipping PeopleThe Medium is the Massage by Marshall McLuhanNotebook LLM by Google
In this video, I touch on the importance of lifelong learning and why it's so essential in today's fast-paced world. I'll break down the lifelong learning definition and provide real-life examples to inspire you. Discover the true meaning behind lifelong learning and what motivates people to start their journey. I touch on the importance of lifelong learning and how it can transform your life. If you're curious about what lifelong learning looks like in action, this video is for you!
Learn how to tell yourself the truth about what you want, ignite curiosity around potential obstacles, and take action by testing strategies. Debi provides insightful questions and practical tips to help you become the boss of your brain, boost emotional resilience, and design a path to success. Tune in for an inspiring dose of wisdom and practical steps to exit the self-doubt cycle and live fully alive. Debi is your encouraging guide to flipping limiting narratives and making your dreams a reality at any age.It's Never Too Late to Go After Your Dreams: How to Rediscover Your Passions and Pursue Your Goals at Any AgeDo you ever feel like it's too late to achieve your dreams and goals? That ship has sailed, right? Wrong! I'm here to tell you that it's never too late to rediscover what brings you joy and passion in life.This powerful three-step framework will help you re-ignite your inner fire and start taking steps toward the life you desire. This process has helped me and countless others exit the cycle of self-doubt and limiting beliefs and start living life to the fullest.Step 1: Tell Yourself the TruthBe honest with yourself - do you still want to achieve this goal or dream? It's perfectly normal and healthy to let go of aspirations that no longer fit who you are. The key is checking in with your true desires.An insightful exercise is to make a list of the best moments in your life and categorize them into experiences, relationships, accomplishments, and objects. What category has the most tallies? This brings awareness to what really matters to you.Step 2: Ignite CuriosityGet curious about what would make achieving this goal easier or harder for you. Use B.J. Fogg's "Ability Chain" - time, money, physical effort, mental effort - to ask yourself empowering questions. This honesty allows you to uncover obstacles and solutions.Step 3: Start TestingTake action by testing strategies and behaviors to address the obstacles you identified. View setbacks as data to learn from. Return to Steps 1 and 2 as needed to adjust your approach. With persistence, you can design a path to success. No matter your age or past, you have so much life yet to live. Follow these steps to rediscover your passions, boost resilience, and make your dreams a reality. I believe in you!What dream are you ready to start pursuing? Leave a comment below to keep the inspiration flowing!Resources referenced in this episode:Jon Acuff's book - All It Takes Is A Goal
What happens when homeschooling is over? How does your relationship with your kids change? How are YOU changed by homeschooling? Listen in as David Bailey, a dad to two “grown-up girls” who were homeschooled all the way through, shares his thoughts on homeschooling…and beyond!
We continue our conversation with Inés Palmarin, a long-time Boston community builder, coalition co-founder, and Vital Village National Advisory Board member dedicated to holding and creating space for mothers to connect and create solutions together. Inés unpacks what collaborative and shared leadership looks like, and shares more about her work with community economic development and other collaborative efforts that seek to ensure local resident leaders and young people not only have a voice but meaningful and authentic decision making power. We explore with Inés the importance of embracing lifelong learning and how to honor grace, hope, and dignity for ourselves, each other, and future generations of leaders to come. Featured guest:Inés Palmarin, Co Founder of Boston Mothers Care & Community Weaver /Vital Village Board MemberHost: Ronda Alexander, Director of Operations, NOW at Vital Village NetworksRegister for the 10th National Community Leadership Summit: https://www.vitalvillagesummit.org/register Learn more about Boston Mothers Care: https://www.bostonmotherscare.org/ Produced by: Networks of Opportunity for Child WellbeingMusic: Want U W/ Me (Instrumental Mix), by Akira Sora, From the Free Music Archive, CC BY 4.0Edited By: Resonate Recordings
In this episode we dive into the dynamic world of learning in the digital era, with a specific focus on how to engage and empower Generation Z. Join us as we uncover effective strategies for adapting to Gen Z's unique learning preferences. Learn why the buddy system works by exploring the shift from traditional face-to-face mentorship to a dynamic peer-based approach, aligning with Gen Z's preference for accessibility. Uncover why Gen Z highly values immediate, constructive feedback, recognizing how it catalyzes their growth, while also delving into the dynamics of intergenerational digital communication. Discover how organizations can successfully accommodate Gen Z's self-reliant and self-advocating learning style, fostering a culture of ongoing learning through skill development opportunities. Guests: Meghan Grace Diana Pisone Julia Carnaghi Tune in to our episodes for more, and subscribe so you don't miss our upcoming episodes. Thank you to our sponsors Mannington Commercial, THEMART and NeoCon.
In this bonus episode, we speak about lifelong learning and professional development with Gina Alexandris, certified coach and long-serving education advocate. We discuss the specific tactics that incoming lawyers need before entering the workforce as well as skill development tools that are applicable for all legal professionals. NOTE: While the episode preview above is available for everyone, the full ~120 minute version of this bonus episode is available exclusively for members of the Lawyered Patreon community. If you want to hear all of our bonus episodes (and unlock more bonus content), check out our Patreon page HERE! In the full episode, you'll hear Gina discuss a number of topics, including:
In this episode of "The Leadership Line" podcast titled "What's the Most Recent Skill You Learned, and Why Do You Love Lifelong Learning?" Tammy and Scott discuss their recent learning experiences. They stress the value of being discerning in learning, seeking opportunities that add value, and staying curious to avoid stagnation in the status quo. The episode emphasizes that knowledge is most valuable when it leads to action and improvement. Questions or topic suggestions? Let us know! email@example.com Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/becomemoregp Meet your hosts: Tammy K Rogers: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammerarogers Scott Burgmeyer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/burgy Producer Karman Hotchkiss: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karman-hotchkiss/ Other Resources: http://www.becomemoregp.com
Tune in to #TGV378 for deep insights into conscious career planning as Zoe Fragou shares her expertise with Naveen Samala on The Guiding Voice.Show Notes:First Rapid Fire: Introduction and Setting the ContextZoe's Professional Journey: Top 3 Catalysts for Her SuccessUnveiling Conscious Career Planning: A Modern Professional ImperativeThe Essence of Conscious Career Planning vs. Traditional ApproachesStrategic Steps to Embark on the Journey of Conscious Career PlanningNetworking's Pivotal Role in Crafting a Conscious CareerThe Power of Personal Branding in Shaping Your Career TrajectoryNurturing Careers: The Impact of Mentorship and CoachingWit and Wisdom: Zoe's Witty Responses in the Rapid-Fire RoundGem of Advice for Aspiring Career TrailblazersTrivia: Fascinating Facts about CareersAbout the Guest: Meet Zoe Fragou, an Organisational Psychologist holding an MSc in Human Resources Management, a clinical psychologist license, and certifications in Business Coaching and Agile Leadership. Currently pursuing her PhD at Panteion University, Athens, Greece, Zoe focuses her research on the psychometrics of corporate culture. An advocate for workplace equality, Connect with Zoe: LinkedIn: Zoe FragouConnect with the Host on LinkedIn: Naveen Samala: LinkedIn | Personal WebsiteSupport Our Mission: To contribute to our mission, consider making a donation (any amount of your choice) via PayPal: Donate HereExplore Productivity: Become a productivity monk by enrolling in this course: Productivity Monk CourseDiscover "TGV Inspiring Lives" on Amazon: Volume 1 available on Kindle and Paperback:KindlePaperbackConnect in Your Preferred Language: #TGV is available in Hindi & Telugu on YouTube:HindiTeluguAudio Podcast: Listen to #TGV on Spotify:HindiTeluguFollow on Twitter:@GuidingVoice@NaveenSamala#ConsciousCareerPlanning, #CareerGoals, #CareerDevelopment, #CareerSuccess, #CareerPath, #CareerStrategy, #SelfReflection, #PassionandPurpose, #ProfessionalGrowth, #LifelongLearning, #CareerAlignment, #CareerChoices, #CareerTransition, #CareerMilestone, #IntentionalCareer, #CareerEmpowerment, #CareerWellness, #WorkLifeBalance, #PersonalBranding, #SkillsDevelopment Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"Don't be afraid to ask questions, make mistakes, and try new things. The only way to learn is by making mistakes. So get out there and make some!" "The wisest people are the ones who are not afraid to look foolish."
New series: Artificial Intelligence Leadership and the Future of Further EducationWith:- Richard Foster-Fletcher, Executive Chair MKAI.org Kurt Hintz, Executive Principal, Capital City College GroupEpisode 1: AI and Personalised Learning: Exploring how Artificial Intelligence might enhance the individualised learning experience Epsiode Notes:Kurt Hintz and Richard Foster-Fletcher discuss their roles in AI implementation in education, with Kurt taking on an educational leadership role and expressing concerns about its implementation. Both participants express support for AI but acknowledge the need for careful consideration in its use. Kurt shares his background as an educator and his interest in using technology to maximise the potential of education. Richard explains his motivation for working in AI and the need to navigate complex scenarios with the help of AI. They both emphasise the importance of preparing students for jobs that may not even exist yet due to rapid advancements in AI. Richard discusses the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT on education. He highlights how students can use AI to write essays, create marketing materials, and develop business plans.Kurt emphasises the need for educators to adapt to this technology and ensure that students are at the forefront of its usage. They discuss how AI tools can enhance productivity without necessarily replacing jobs entirely. They also explore the shifting importance of knowledge in a world where information is readily accessible through technology. The conversation touches on future episodes that will delve into topics such as personalised learning, harnessing technology in education, future-proofing institutions, and data privacy concerns. Richard discusses the balance between natural human capabilities and learned behaviours in dealing with a larger number of people. He asks if having smart glasses that identify people's names and information would be useful or intrusive. Kurt expresses his enthusiasm for such technology, as it would help him remember names and personalise interactions. They discuss the expectations of knowing people's names in a large organisation and how personalisation can enhance relationships. Kurt suggests that AI skills are becoming essential in various industries, including education, and educators need to incorporate these skills into their teaching. Richard highlights the potential challenges of generative AI tools like text generation but also recognises their value when used creatively by skilled individuals. They emphasise that AI is just a tool that complements human creativity and thinking. The conversation touches on job displacement concerns but also presents opportunities for those who adapt to new technologies. Lastly, they mention the importance of personalisation in classrooms and introduce the topic of personalisation basics. Richard and Kurt discuss personalised learning and the potential impact of AI on it. Personalised learning involves having a personal coach who provides constant feedback and support. It aims to adapt teaching methods to each student's individual needs and pace. The traditional model of personalised learning existed in apprenticeships, where individuals received one-on-one guidance. However, implementing this in a classroom with multiple students is challenging but possible through differentiation. AI can potentially enhance personalised learning by constantly measuring an individual's progress against competency frameworks, eliminating the need for point assessments. This approach allows for continuous measurement of skills and abilities at an individual level.The discussion also addresses whether traditional assessment methods adequately prepare individuals for real-world work environments that involve deadlines and consistent performance over time. Additionally, the conversation highlights how AI tools can support teachers by reducing their administrative workload related to assessments, allowing them to focus more on building strong relationships with their students.
This episode is all about building your own community and maintaining a willingness to learn. Our guest, Tanya Sheldon, shares the many ways to build your community in this business—and the benefits of doing so. Listen in to hear how she inspires leadership and why she says community and leadership go hand in hand. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. ¹ The Distributor sales earnings disclosed are potential gross earnings and not net of other business expenses and not necessarily representative of the actual income, if any, that a Distributor can or will earn through the LifeVantage Sales Compensation Plan. A Distributor's earnings will depend on individual diligence, work effort and market conditions. LifeVantage does not guarantee any income or rank success. See the Average Annual Earnings Disclosure for detailed earnings information per rank.
Howard L. Forman, MD, is Director of Addiction Consultation Service at Montefiore and Assistant Professor at our Albert Einstein College of Medicine. His clinical interests focus on the intersection of addiction, mental health and physical illness. Dr. Forman is also a leading forensic expert who has been retained by state prosecutors, federal prosecutors, leading law firms across the country. Dr. Forman earned his Bachelor of Arts in chemistry and environmental science at Columbia University in 2001, followed by his Doctor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2008. After interning in psychiatry at Beth Israel Medical Center from 2008 to 2009, Dr. Forman returned to Albert Einstein College of Medicine, completing a residency in psychiatry in 2012, and a fellowship in forensic psychiatry in 2013. In addition to his areas of clinical focus, he is a nationally sought-after lecturer, and his research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and abstracts. He is also co-author of Prescription Drug Abuse, a book exploring the risks and controversies surrounding the issue of prescription drug abuse and misuse. He is the book review editor for the Psychiatric Times and his opinions have been featured in outlets as varied as the Rolling Stone Magazine and the New York Times. For several years, he was a columnist for US News and World Report. Dr. Forman has been honored by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine with the Samuel Rosen Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching and is a member of the Leo Davidoff Society for excellence in medical student education. He has served as co-Chair for the American Medical Association Action Team on Alcohol and Health, and as President of the Bronx District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association. He is board certified in psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine. Dr. Forman is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and serves on their Council for Medical Education and Lifelong Learning. _______________________________________________________ Relief Resources https://www.reliefhelp.org/ Amudim https://amudim.org/ (646) 517-0222 JOWMA Podcast | "Ad d'lo Yada": Keeping our kids safe on Purim and the rest of the year https://anchor.fm/jowma/episodes/Ad-dlo-Yada-Keeping-our-kids-safe-on-Purim-and-the-rest-of-the-year-e1eqv7l _______________________________________________________ Become a JOWMA Member! www.jowma.org Follow us on Instagram! www.instagram.com/JOWMA_org Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/JOWMA_med Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/JOWMAorg/ Stay up-to-date with JOWMA news! Sign up for the JOWMA newsletter! https://jowma.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9b4e9beb287874f9dc7f80289&id=ea3ef44644&mc_cid=dfb442d2a7&mc_eid=e9eee6e41e
How can we combat the growing challenge of social isolation and loneliness among older adults? Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing two individuals from GetSetUp. Lawrence Kosick is the president and co-founder of GetSetUp, a pioneering initiative designed to empower those over 55 to learn new skills, foster connections, and delve into expanding life experiences. Their unique approach? Offering live classes for older adults, expertly led by older adults themselves. Another integral member of their team, Wade Yarbrough, equipped with a doctorate in psychology, stands out as a guide and program administrator. With a passion for technology, Wade's guidance has led to many older adults embarking on new skill journeys. The remarkable reach of GetSetUp can't be understated. Their vibrant online community encompasses over 4 million older adults, spanning 160 countries with an impressive catalog of 2000+ classes. Their mission and impact haven't gone unnoticed, earning them recognition in prestigious platforms like The New York Times, Forbes, and The Washington Post. In our conversation today, we'll be talking about the transformative power of technology, highlighting its role in introducing active agers to new experiences and social connections. Lifelong learning isn't just a phrase; it's a potential-filled journey, and GetSetUp paves the way. We'll discuss their pivotal role in bridging the digital divide, the essence of purpose-driven socialization, and empowering individuals to learn new skills. We also talk about how GetSetUp supports caregivers and underlines the irreplaceable value of peer-led learning. The 50+ demographic is a tapestry of diverse stories, needs, and aspirations — a fact that GetSetUp not only understands but celebrates, offering a class range as varied as its audience. We also discuss the evolving landscape of lifelong learning and how platforms like GetSetUp are meeting the needs of older adults worldwide. Thank you, Lawrence and Wade, for sharing your dedication and commitment to lifelong learning with us. Learn more at https://www.getsetup.io/ *This episode is brought to you by Gigi Betty co. A boutique gift shop raising awareness and funds for caregivers and care partners. Show now at www.gigibettyco.com. Use the special code WILLGATHER20 for 20% off your order- Just for our podcast listeners! We are not medical professionals and are not providing any medical advice. If you have any medical questions, we recommend that you talk with a medical professional of your choice. willGather has taken care in selecting its speakers but the opinions of our speakers are theirs alone. Thank you for your continued interest in our podcasts. Please follow for updates, rate & review! For more information about our guest, podcast & sponsorship opportunities, visit www.willgatherpodcast.com
Today's guest on NP Pulse is AANP Fellow Dr. Paula Tucker, a PhD student, clinical associate professor and the director of the emergency nurse practitioner program at Emory University. Tucker discusses the excitement and challenges adult learners may experience, the importance of mentorship and tips to help you prioritize self-care and avoid burnout. AANP offers a wealth of educational resources for students and faculty, including the AANP Educational Leadership Certificate Course. This comprehensive, 12-modulre program is available in the AANP CE Center and offers 11 contact hours of continuing education credit. The new AANP Student Education and Training (SET) library is free to AANP NP Student Members and features content related to clinical practice, professional development and much more. Faculty are encouraged to share this valuable member benefit with their NP students.
Episode #59 - In this episode, Barbara Sackett from The Village of Wentworth Heights in Hamilton shares her wisdom and experiences that are sure to leave you inspired and motivated. Here are three takeaways from her conversation on the Green Bench with hosts Kathy Buckworth and Evelyn Brindle. 1️⃣ Confidence is Key: Barbara opens up about her personal journey of building confidence throughout her life. She emphasizes the importance of believing in yourself and taking steps to nurture your self-assurance. Barbara's story is a powerful reminder that confidence can be developed and grown over time. So, let's all take a page from Barbara's book and embrace our own confidence! 2️⃣ Kindness Goes a Long Way: One of the key lessons Barbara shares is the impact of kindness in our interactions with others. She believes that a kind word, expression, or compliment can make a significant difference in someone's day. Let's all strive to spread kindness and uplift those around us. Remember, even the smallest acts of kindness can have a profound effect on others. 3️⃣ Attitude is Everything: Barbara's motto, "half of the success in life is attitude," resonates deeply. She emphasizes the importance of maintaining a positive outlook and how it can influence our daily lives. Barbara's personal experience demonstrates that having the right attitude can help overcome challenges and achieve goals. So, let's embrace a positive mindset and approach each day with determination and optimism. We are truly grateful for the opportunity to have had Barbara as a guest on our podcast. Her wisdom, experiences, and positive energy are truly inspiring. I encourage you all to listen to this episode and soak in the valuable insights she shares. Subscribe, rate, and review our podcast on any network and share your thoughts on social media using the #ElderWisdom tag to help others find us. ----more---- The Green Bench is a symbol of elder wisdom. Physically or virtually, the bench invites us all to sit alongside a senior, share a conversation, or give and offer advice. It challenges the stigma seniors face; the ageism still so prevalent in society. It reminds us of the wealth of wisdom our elders offer and in doing so, helps restore them to a place of reverence. "The greatest untapped resource in Canada, if not the world, is the collective wisdom of our elders." -Ron Schlegel This podcast is brought to you by Schlegel Villages Retirement & Long-term Care homes in Ontario, Canada. #ElderWisdom | Stories from the Green Bench is produced by Memory Tree Productions Learn more about our host, Kathy Buckworth, at kathybuckworth.com Learn more about #ElderWisdom at elderwisdom.ca Learn more about Schlegel Villages at schlegelvillages.com
During NeoCon 2023, Doug sat down with Stefanie Ince—a career coach who helps people find their passion and purpose in work. The conversation goes all the way back to the basics of sleeping enough, eating healthy, and getting enough exercise. These three basics tend to fall to the wayside when people get wrapped up in their work.But more than the basics, what makes you happy? It's important to be intentional about figuring out what gives you energy and ignites your passion—even if it means going against conventional wisdom. Can you find this naturally or does it need to be intentionally sought out? And once you find it, can it ever change?Stefanie talks about people such as Doug—someone who is very passionate about what he does—but still has to find variety and new challenges to keep his passion alive. Be open to reinventing yourself multiple times over in life. But most importantly, tell the truth about yourself in the best possible light when pursuing new opportunities.Stefanie loves coaching others and holding space for her clients to explore themselves. If you'd like to contact Stefanie, you can email her here.Learn more about Stefanie Ince.Learn more about Stefanie's company March Management.Click here to get your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journalFollow Imagine a Place on LinkedIn
Episode 242 is a captivating heart-to-heart discussion with Ash Simpson, the founder of a brand new mortgage company, Insight Finance. Ash, a symbol of perseverance, opens up about his nearly two-decade-long relationship with his wife, their long journey from financial struggles to growth, and an elevated proposal that would make your heart skip a beat. He unpacks his intriguing theory on five-year growth periods for couples, and how adaptability is the glue that binds relationships in the face of change.We discuss how accountability has played a pivotal role in sculpting Ash into the leader he is today. Ash talks about his real estate journey, the power of mentorship, the essence of intelligent risk-taking, and the importance of striking a life-work balance. We reflect on the vital importance of regularly-scheduled quality family time, his creative approach to automation and delegation, and the non-negotiables that keep him grounded amidst the whirlwind of life.We discuss the complexities associated with real estate mortgage financing. Ash shares his principles of sometimes playing opposite the market or trendy or conventional wisdom and his real estate investment strategy,Ash's story is a testament to the power of empathy, strong leadership skills, and growing a dedicated fan base in whatever business you're in. Ash nominates Mohini Singh, Kelowna City Councillor, for a future episode. Support the showNOMINATE YOURSELF, ANOTHER PERSON OR A BUSINESS TO APPEAR ON THE I LOVE KELOWNA PODCAST
In this episode, Jeff sits down with the remarkable Darian for an enlightening conversation that takes us on a journey through familial bonds, childhood trauma, and the intriguing mysteries of small-town life. Join us as we dive into topics ranging from mental health, self-talk, and ADHD to hot gossip, drunken brawls, and the allure of confrontation.Episode Highlights:Family Ties: Jeff and Darian open up about their own familial connections and how they've shaped their lives, leading to a candid exploration of recovery from childhood trauma.Small-Town Chronicles: Get ready for some juicy gossip from the heart of small-town living as our hosts reminisce about the scandals and stories of yesteryears.The Art of Confrontation: Why do men like to fight? This age-old question sparks a fascinating discussion about the psychology of conflict and its consequences.Sorority Life: Darian shares her unique experiences of living in a sorority with 50 women, shedding light on the camaraderie, challenges, and enduring bonds formed in these close-knit communities.Procrastinate with Purpose: Discover the secrets to productive procrastination and how it can actually benefit your creative process.Inner Critics and Imposter Syndrome.Mental Health Matters: From mental health counseling to therapy and self-help, we explore the various avenues for personal growth and healing.Unraveling Conspiracies: The conversation takes a twist as they discuss conspiracies, cover-ups, and corruption, sparking thoughts on the hidden truths that lurk in the shadows.Hood-to-Coast Adventures: Darian's incredible journey running Hood-to-Coast, a 200-mile relay race, in scorching heat, reveals the highs, lows, and unexpected bathroom emergencies of long-distance running.From Runners to Football Players.Nightlife in Ocean Park.Mentors and Lifelong Learning.Join Jeff and Darian as they navigate the twists and turns of this captivating conversation, offering insights, laughter, and the trademark camaraderie that defines Ramble by the River.Ramble by the River Links:RambleByTheRiver.comFacebookInstagram TwitterEpisode catalogueBusiness: firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic Credits:My God, Jeff Nesbitt. (beat: Cruel, EZMUZIC)Earlybird, HATAMITSUNAMI.Just the Banjo, Pearce Roswell.Poppy Field, Sayuri Hayashi. Trade and Fortune, Mary Riddle.I Don't Smoke, Mythical Score Society.Luv, Bomull. Still Fly, Revel Day.
I talk to Nilesh Shah, Managing Director of Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company. Nilesh has over 31 years of experience in capital markets and has managed funds across equity, fixed income and real estate for Indian and global investors. While this is my first interaction with Nilesh, I have looked up to him for the last 20 years, ever since I took my first steps in the investment industry in 2003. In this episode, Nilesh talks about the transformation of India, lifelong learning, importance of humility in investing, spirituality, and much more. * * * Subscribe to The One Percent Show on - Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/vishalkhandelwalshow Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/1iLAoxJuJRDQk8WzYtqVly Google Podcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly92aXNoYWxraGFuZGVsd2FsLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-one-percent-show-with-vishal-khandelwal/id1572196422 Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/d09a0a7d-2283-45b3-930c-cd28eaa6f8de/the-one-percent-show-with-vishal-khandelwal To know more about this initiative, check out: https://www.vishalkhandelwal.com/ https://www.safalniveshak.com/ * * * To know more about my book - The Sketchbook of Wisdom - which Morgan Housel calls "a masterpiece," please visit - https://book.safalniveshak.com/
Try This to Make Learning Easier No Matter Your Age Lifelong learning is good for our brains and bodies, it may even help us live longer, but learning is about more than rote memorization. We not only have to take in the information but be able to retrieve it and apply the knowledge. Retrieval practice is a powerful tool that involves unaided recall of the stuff we are learning. Whether it's about how to use our streaming devices, or understanding climate change or learning a new language, we are more likely to retain information we can use to enhance our lives by using this practice. Polly explains it all in this episode and talks about how it has helped her in her writing and when helping her daughter study for anatomy. Though this strategy came too late thought to bale her out of the Greek Gods and Goddesses lessons from seventh grade. Retrieval Practice for Lifelong Learning right here, right now on Polly Campbell Simply Said. Get in touch with Polly and get more insider information when you join the Simply Said community at https://pollycampbell.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever heard these common myths about personal growth and success? Myth 1: Success is solely determined by external factors. Myth 2: Talent is the key to success. Myth 3: Personal growth is a linear process. In this episode, our guest, Matt Matkovich and Phil Januszewski, will debunk these myths and reveal the truth about the importance of mindset in personal growth and success. In this episode, you will be able to: Understand the intimate relationship between mindset and the journey towards personal success. Grasp the constructive nature of risk management and acceptance of failure in individual evolvement. Discern how a culture of positivity and benevolence can act as a trigger for personal development. Learn how chance encounters can serve as pivotal turning points in one's personal transformation. Observe the transformative power of consistency and self-confidence in one's journey of personal growth. My special guest is Matt Matkovich, Phil Januszewski Meet Matt Matkovich, a recognized school guidance counselor and ultra-marathon runner driven by an insatiable appetite for promoting human potential. His master's degree in school guidance and counseling mirrors his sincere endeavor to inspire individuals to tap into their authentic selves. Teamed with Phil Januszewski, a tattooed high school chemistry and physics teacher, they form an unbeatable duo in the motivational circle. A certified Positive Education practitioner, the Netflix baking show flop brings his charisma and master's degree in Teaching Leadership to the table. Together, these two uniquely talented individuals form an unlikely duo that's redefining motivational speaking standards. Every conversation with them is a step towards personal growth and success. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:02 - Taking Healthy Risks in Business, 00:00:52 - Paying it Forward, 00:01:54 - Peak Mental Performance Program, 00:02:18 - Legacy Luxury Builders, 00:03:30 - Introducing Matt and Phil, 00:13:47 - Developing Self-Confidence, 00:14:41 - Consistency and Lifelong Learning, 00:15:45 - Maintaining a Positive Mindset, 00:17:05 - Surrounding Yourself with Positive Energy, 00:19:34 - Seeking Guidance and Making Standards, 00:27:19 - People's Comfort Zone, 00:28:15 - Positive Psychology, 00:29:26 - Looking Inwards, 00:32:40 - Fear of Self-Reflection, 00:37:16 - Taking Healthy Risks, 00:40:48 - The Power of Growth Mindset, 00:41:29 - Personal Growth and Communication Skills, 00:42:36 - Importance of Health and Fitness, 00:44:16 - Working with the Guests, 00:47:25 - Endorsement for the Positive Growth Lounge, Connect with them: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mppresentations/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MPPresentations Twitter: https://twitter.com/MPPresentations YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MandPpresentations Matt Matkovich Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-matkovich-52082b95/ Phil Januszewski Personal Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philjanuszewski/ Matt Matkovich Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matt_matkovich/ Phil Januszewski Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/philjanuszewski/ email@example.com Connect with Shawn: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/theshawnfrench/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/theshawnmfrench?lang=en Work with Shawn- firstname.lastname@example.org