Dr. Lori Armstrong told ALL in this indelible interview about what leadership looks like. She stands for the best of nursing leadership, and is out there sharing her knowledge! She inspires, provokes, and invites every nurse into the work of reshaping healthcare through connected, down-to-earth leadership. We can't say enough about this awesome nurse leader! This interview will get you psyched to step into those leadership shoes.
In this episode of the I Am A Champion Show, the guys are joined by Jason Wilson to talk about spirituality, living on purpose, and how sports can help guide us in those areas! Jason Wilson is an entrepreneur, podcaster and a Spiritual Life Coach. Originally from Atlanta, GA, he now resides in Bogota, Colombia. He is fluent in both English and Spanish. Being a Spiritual Life Coach since 2019, he helps entrepreneurs, athletes, trainers, coaches, recruiters, agents, fashion designers, actors, models, singers and musicians get the victory over spiritual problems related to: fear, anger, jealousy, depression, anxiety, being overweight, financial ruin, etc. Connect with Jason on Linkedin in here https://www.linkedin.com/in/jwthehealer/?originalSubdomain=co #4dathletes #youtube #video #live #lifeskills #sports #mentalhealth #mindset #optimalperformance #lifeskills #character #emotionalintelligence #EQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4dathletes/message
(Bilingual) このメッセージでは登牧師が想像を超える人生の生き方について以下の３つのポイントから話します。 In this message Ps Noboru talks about how to live a life beyond our imagination in these 3 points: (エゼキエル47:3-4リビング訳) その人は流れに沿って測りながら東に進み、一千キュビト行ったとき、その流れを渡るように私に命じました。水はくるぶしまでありました。(4)さらに一千キュビト行くと、また、渡るように命じられました。今度は、水はひざまでありました。 (Ezekiel 47:3-4 NLT) Measuring as he went, he took me along the stream for 1,750 feet and then led me across. The water was up to my ankles. (4) He measured off another 1,750 feet and led me across again. This time the water was up to my knees. After another 1,750 feet, it was up to my waist. (士師記7:2-4 ERV訳) すると神はギデオンに言った。「ミデヤン人から勝利が得られるよう、わたしがお前たちを助ける！だが、お前たちの軍には戦士があまりにも多すぎる！これだと、いずれわたしが助けたという事実を忘れ、自分たちの力だけで勝利を得たと自画自賛しかねない。(3) だから戦士たちに伝えてくれ・・・恐れを抱いている者は、ギルアデ山から家に帰っても構わないと・・・」 すると、心に恐怖を抱いていた2万2000の戦士たちが家へと帰って行き、そこに残った兵士は1万となった。4)神は続けて言った。「いや、まだだ！まだ多すぎる！戦士たちを泉まで連れて行ってくれ。そこでわたしが彼らを試そう！お前と共に戦ってくれる戦士はわたしから教える！分かったな？伝えた通りにしてくれ」 (Judges 7:2-4 ERV) Then the Lord said to Gideon, “I am going to help your men defeat the Midianites, but you have too many men. I don't want the Israelites to forget me and brag that they saved themselves. (3) So make an announcement to your men. Tell them, ‘Anyone who is afraid may leave Mount Gilead and go back home.'” At that time 22,000 men left Gideon and went back home, but 10,000 still remained. (4) Then the Lord said to Gideon, “There are still too many men. Take the men down to the water, and I will test them for you there. If I say, ‘This man will go with you,' he will go. But if I say, ‘That one will not go with you,' then he will not go.” (士師記7:7-8 ERV訳) 神はギデオンに言った。「わたしは手ですくって水を飲んだ300人をお前と一緒に遣わして、彼らを使ってお前たちを救ってやる。そしてお前をミデヤン人から勝たせてやろう。残りの戦士たちはもう良い。家に帰らせてやれ」(8) ギデオンは言われた通りその300人だけを残して他の兵士全員を家へと帰らせた！残された300人の戦士たちは家へと帰ることになった兵士たちから食べ物やラッパを受け取った。 (Judges 7:7-8 ERV) The Lord said to Gideon, “I will use the 300 men who lapped the water like a dog. I will use them to save you, and I will allow you to defeat the Midianites. Let the other men go home.” (8) So Gideon sent the other men of Israel home. He kept the 300 men with him. Those 300 men kept the supplies and the trumpets of the other men who went home. The Midianites were camped in the valley below Gideon's camp. 1.神に自らを委ねる Surrender Yourself To God (箴言3:5-8 ERV訳) 神に全信頼を寄せなさい。自分の知識を過信してはいけない。 (6) 一歩ずつ歩むたびに神のことを考えるんだ。 そうすれば彼はお前の道を真っすぐにしてくれるだろう。 (7) 自分自身の知恵に頼ってはいけない。 神を恐れ尊敬し、悪から距離を置きなさい。 (8)こうした習慣こそ飲み水のように癒しをもたらし、薬のようにお前の体を治す。 (Proverbs 3:5-8 ERV) Trust the Lord completely, and don't depend on your own knowledge. (6) With every step you take, think about what he wants, and he will help you go the right way. (7) Don't trust in your own wisdom, but fear and respect the Lord and stay away from evil.If you do this, it will be like a refreshing drink and medicine for your body. 1. 神の偉大さを知っている Knows God's Greatness 2. 挑戦している Challenges 3. コントロール出来るもの、できないものを見極める Discerns Things Between Controllables and Unctrollables 2.神の霊で満たされ、神の霊で導かれる Be Filled By God's Spirit And Be Lead By God's Spirit (ローマ8:4-5 ERV訳) 今や、私たちは人間の弱さに従うのではなく、聖霊に従うことによって神の掟を生きることができる！ (5) 人間の弱さの言いなりになる人は、自分が望むものだけを考える。だが聖霊に導いてもらう者は、聖霊が望むものを考えているのだ。 *6) もし、あなたの考えが人間の弱さに導かれているのなら、行き着く先は滅びである。だが、もしあなたの考えが聖霊に導かれているのなら、行き着く先には平安といのちである！ (Romans 8:4-5 ERV) He did this so that we could be right just as the law said we must be. Now we don't live following our sinful selves. We live following the Spirit. (5) People who live following their sinful selves think only about what they want. But those who live following the Spirit are thinking about what the Spirit wants them to do.
Do you ever feel like you are wearing a mask? Or worse yet, living a life that just does not fit? Zofia and Toni Rebic discuss the reasons why we end up in those situations and share simple, concrete steps to uncovering your TrueSelf, so you can live a life aligned with who you truly are.
Put it into Practice - Live a Life Worthy of the Gospel The weekly “message” podcast from Connection Community Church in Middletown Delaware is posted on Sundays. For more information about our church, visit our website at JustShowUp.church or, for sermon notes, visit Messages.JustShowUp.church.
"Secular mysticism" is the theme of my latest book, “Path of the Novice Mystic – Maintaining a Beginner's Heart and Mind”. Unlike most spiritual traditions of Mysticism which are connected to a particular religion, Secular Mysticism is not oriented around religion. Secular Mysticism offers us an alternative to either believing we can triumph over life or seeing ourselves as victims, conquered by life. The goal of the Secular Mystic is to live intimately with one or more of the four expressions of life's mystery. The first expression of life's mystery is the Self. The second is other people and the third is Nature. The fourth is the Transcendent Other or God. We foster an intimate relationship with ourselves when we live a self-examined life accompanied by compassion. It can be difficult to see the darker elements of our characters such as arrogance, false modesty, jealousy, and resentment, as well as claim the gold such as our gifts (talents), intelligence, kindnesses, and capacity to love. We engender an intimate relationship with others when we compassionately speak our truth to them. Speaking the truth about how we feel treated and what we want from others. Our truths are accompanied by compassion when we do not attack the character of others, but rather refer to their behavior with descriptions of what we need or want from them, with no diminishing remarks about the way they have acted toward us. We also promote living intimately with others when we accept the mystery of who they are, not pretending to be able to define them, but remaining actively curious about them. If we create a story about others, we remain intimate by telling them the story we have created about them, seeking their confirmation or disconfirmation of our stories. We remain intimate with nature when we approach nature with reverence, grateful for the opportunity to live in harmony with the mountains, the oceans, the animals, and the plant life. The suggestion from a Secular Mystical perspective is that when we live devotion to being intimate with ourselves, others, and nature, a dynamic connection to the God of your knowledge is created. The Divine is summoned as we live in truth, compassion, and reverence. For more information about my book, or to learn about my workshops, please Like my Facebook page. Paul Dunion." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Secure your ticket to my Live Out Loud Live Event 2022! https://bit.ly/lolliveevent22 Join my Ignite Membership!! https://bit.ly/ignitelol22 APPLY NOW to work with me! https://bit.ly/LOLApply thefaithfreebie.com Join Brooke's mental wellness team: https://bit.ly/MyAmare Follow Brooke on Social Media www.brookethomas.com www.facebook.com/LiveOutLoudwithBrooke www.instagram.com/liveoutloudbrooke Success is about you. Significance is about others. And without significance, success is empty. So, what can you do to make YOUR success significant? Listen in as I describe how I was inspired by Tim Tebow's talk at a recent retreat for faith-based entrepreneurs and share his 3 keys to chasing a life of significance! In this episode, you'll learn about… [0:31] How Tim Tebow's talk inspired me at a recent retreat for faith-based entrepreneurs [2:25] Tim's 3 keys to living a life of significance [3:08] Using your voice in a BOLD way to speak the truth [3:42] Why you should RUN (not walk) to chase after the significance you can have in this life [5:04] Knowing your WHY so strong you can ENDURE on a bad day Show Notes Are you striving for success but not feeling fulfilled? If so, it may be time to reevaluate how you define success. Because here's the thing. Success is about you. Significance is about others. And without significance, success is empty. So, what can you do to make your success significant? And what are you willing to put on the line to make it happen? On this episode of The Live Out Loud Show, I describe how I was moved by Tim Tebow's talk at a recent retreat for faith-based entrepreneurs and share his three keys to pursuing a life of significance. I offer insight on using your voice in a BOLD way and challenge you to RUN—not walk—toward your purpose. Listen in to understand how to ENDURE on a bad day and get inspired to chase your own life of significance and success! Resources Tim Tebow Isaiah 54:17 The Live Out Loud Tribe on Facebook
Allison Benjamin is passionate about political science and history, but most importantly, she is a creative individual. She is currently a consultant in the nation's capital, where she uses her curiosity to figure out how to solve problems that may affect us all. Allison talks about her experiences as a millennial in an industry based on old ideals. Still, the industry is slowly coming around to embracing diversified cultures and practices that reflect today's modern times. Her life experiences have shown her the effect of people coming together to care for one another, reflecting her understanding of what it is like to be alone. Having a passion for movies and screenwriting reflects Allison's ability to understand people and share their stories. Listen to Allison's story now. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/see-brilliance/support
Integrity is when our behavior matches our beliefs. So, integrity isn't just about honesty or kindness. Rather, it's about every decision we make. It's about making the right choice for the right reason — not because of the recognition or praise we receive, but simply because it's the right thing to do. Integrity impacts our kids in so many ways - it helps them anticipate the consequences of their behavior, make choices and decisions, it forms the basis of relationships, and enables them to find peace. Integrity is somethings we can begin instilling in our children now, even while they're young. Listen to this episode for 3 practical things we can do as parents, to help our kids understand the importance of living in integrity and walking it out. Spoiler alert - we want to encourage our kids to push back and disagree with us. Listen to learn why! MOTHERHOOD SHOW NOTES: Ep. 36 Show Notes - 3 Ways to Teach our Kids to Live a Life of Integrity 1-ON-1 COACHING: From Insight to Outcome - Life Coaching with Michelle CHECK OUT MY FREE 5-STEP MORNING ROUTINE FOR MOMS: My 5-Step Morning Routine MOTHERHOOD VILLAGE FB COMMUNITY: The Motherhood Village MOTHERHOOD INSTAGRAM: @themotherhood.podcast “I love The Motherhood Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!
On Jesus' last day before His death, He demonstrated a powerful lesson, through a shocking act of love. Then He said "I have set you an example ... do as I have done for you." What did he do, that was so important that He timed in the last few hours of His life? In this talk, Abel talks about 3 questions we can ask, to live a life of no regrets. John 13:1-17
We're back with another longer duo episode! Getting close to episode 100, and best believe we are planning something amazing for y'all! In this episode we talk about being a college athlete in our day vs in today's landscape, assessing the things you say "yes" to, being the leader you are proud of, and we also answer a question from our guy in Memphis, AD, about dealing with a setback injury. Give it a listen and let us know what y'all think! We love you guys! Catch ya next time!
Nowadays, there is a movement of empowered women and men expanding around the world—and I couldn't be happier about it because that's what we as coaches are looking for, to see more empowered people living their best lives.Although the word empowerment is much associated with girl or boy bosses, this is just one of the positive consequences that self-empowerment brings because it is more than that.So, you are probably wondering: what is empowerment? To answer this question, Katharina Mueller, a woman who believes everyone can empower themselves with the right guidance, tools, and mentorship, will be joining us in this episode.If you are looking to make positive changes in your life, this episode is perfect for you. Press play and don't miss it!HIGHLIGHTS EPISODE[1:46] Who's Katharina Mueller?[13:34] What is empowerment?It is the process of becoming stronger, discovering your weaknesses, and working on them while polishing your strengths. Empowerment helps us feel confident to make decisions and take action to achieve them.[17:25] Empowerment depends on you.On social media, we see tons of empowered people who are an inspiration to us, and sometimes we desire to be a little bit like them, but we must always remember that in this life, we all walk different paths. What may work for them may not work for you. [20:20] Share your empowerment.When you start living self-empowerment, you don't want others to miss out. In this segment, Katharina will be sharing tips to empower others.[29:29] Become a change maker.A change maker is someone who takes creative action to solve a social problem. Just like empowerment, all we have to do is take action, and the rest will follow.QUOTES"Live a life where you can empower others." —Katharina."Empowerment is an ongoing process. It is not an achievement." —Katharina.ABOUT KATHARINA MUELLERShe is on a mission to combine women's self-empowerment, entrepreneurship, and tech, helping women to empower themselves and live their dream lives.Katharina works in Marketing Strategy and start-ups. Additionally, she voluntarily engages as a mentor and Board Member in NGOs, all focusing on young women and changemakers. Website: https://www.katharina-celine-mueller.com/Instagram: @powerofworldwomenLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katharinacmueller/ABOUT PATRICIA MANLEYPatricia Manley is the brain and heart behind the LA MANTUANA brand and was lucky enough to be born in the same city as women like fashion designer Carolina Herrera, Latin-American heroine Luisa Caceres de Arismendi, and music composer Teresa Carreno. Over the years, she has always been true to her roots, taken risks, and grasped any opportunity to establish herself as a real modern-day Mantuana.Website: la-mantuana.comInstagram: @lamantuanauk | @iammantuanaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/lamantuanauk
Aaron Walker was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, and he identifies himself as a native Nashvillian. He is a businessman, life coach, and author that helps others. He has written the book “View from the Top: Living a Life of Significance” and established a program called “Iron Sharpens Iron Mastermind.” He had dedicated to helping others and motivated people via his leadership, mentoring, and guidance. He believes in the power of experience on how it can affect and influence your life. He personally experienced this when an accident impacted his life, eventually leading to the path he has today. On August 1, 2001, Aaron experienced what changed his life. It was a great morning in Nashville. He was on his way to the office when a man suddenly ran in front of his car to cross the road to reach the opposite lane. It was an accident that no one wanted to happen, but it had a significant impact on his life that he couldn't easily move on from. Episode 213 of The Beyond Adversity Podcast is for those who are going through adversity in their life and trying to overcome them. In this episode, Aaron explains how he developed into who he is today by going through challenges in his life. He was able to survive his difficulties in life and became an inspiration to people. Despite all these challenges his faced, his faith in God remains strong. "The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people "Grow Through What They Go Through" as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. https://www.viewfromthetop.com/ (https://www.viewfromthetop.com/) Book: https://www.amazon.com/View-Top-Living-Life-Significance/dp/1683502604 (https://www.amazon.com/View-Top-Living-Life-Significance/dp/1683502604) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachAaronWalker/ (https://www.facebook.com/CoachAaronWalker/ ) Twitter: https://twitter.com/VFTCoach (https://twitter.com/VFTCoach) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop/)
Today I turned the mic over to my brother Adrian, head coach of my new men's development program, Men of Bedrock, to interview Kyle Carnohan.Kyle is a badass. He's a fitness entrepreneur, coach, fire fighter, skateboarder, father to five kids, and founder of Superhumanfathers, a fitness based movement intended specifically for fathers who want to be fully engaged leaders in their homes. This episode will resonate with you on a deeply personal level. Adrian and Kyle talk aboutWhy embracing service and suffering will conquer burnout, fear and disengagementHow Kyle leverages an early wake up (2:45am!) to create content, crush his workouts and fully engage with his familyKyle's Non-Negotiables to create quality quality family time How failures and self doubt can fuel our successWhat it takes to become THAT Dad, the one who overcomes exhaustion and fatigue to create epic connections with their kidsWhy a superhuman father HAS to be physically fit and athleticThe power of the “quick comeback” when you mess upThis episode will fire you up to be the parent that your family needs. Find Kyle and Superhuman Fathers on Instagram or on his website. He puts out epic content several times a day. You can also learn more about Men of Bedrock on our Instagram page or be added to our waitlist. We're opening the doors for enrollment in just two weeks.______________ ATTENTION! If you're a serious online fitness or nutrition coach or an aspiring trainer ready to go online… But you lack the strategies, systems and clarity to get to the next level and want to enjoy MORE time off while making money…GIVE ME 2 DAYS AND I'LL SHOW YOU HOW EVEN OUR NEWBIE STUDENTS ARE SCALING TO 10K, 20K AND EVEN 50K MONTHS & BEYOND WITH OUR 100% A.C.C.E.L.ERATOR ORGANIC SCALING SYSTEMS…In Las Vegas, NV on September 16-17, 2022 you'll have the exclusive opportunity to Sit In and Test Drive the next 7 Figure Mastermind themed "The Conversion Immersion" which is designed to give you the best growth, marketing, sales and delivery strategies and systems to that help you become “recession-proof”.For a limited number of seats you can PICK YOUR PRICE, and instead of paying the normal $1,900 Sit In fee, you can tell us what you think this event is worth to you! Submit a reasonable offer and we'll see you in Vegas. Sign up here:www.7figuremastermind.ca/vegas
Ben is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? and a star of the MTV show The Buried Life. In 2022 Ben ranked 3rd Best Motivational Speaker in the World and World's Top Organizational Culture Thought Leaders by Global Gurus. As the co-founder of The Buried Life movement, Ben's message of radical possibility has been featured in major media including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, CNN, NBC, FOX, ABC, CBS, and more. Make sure to grab Ben's Bucket List Journal Join us in the Growth Now Community www.growthnow.community
Nationally respected recovery pastor, speaker and author Craig Brown is the author of Stop Hiding Start Healing - Discover How to Be Set Free From the Pain and Shame of Your Past, So That You Can Live a Life of Meaning and Purpose. Millions of people struggle daily with some sort of pain, shame or hurt from their past. In his new book Stop Hiding Start Healing, Craig Brown helps the reader identify the source of the problems while offering a blueprint to break the cycle of destructive habits and behaviors that lead to unhealthy patterns and relationships. Craig inspires and leads the reader on a journey of redemption by sharing his own personal story of transformation and healing through faith and accountability. Craig Brown has served as Recovery Pastor at Church of the Redeemer in Gaithersburg, MD since 1999. He has spent the last two decades serving others in more than one capacity by addressing life issues & struggles common to adults who are searching for a new life of freedom, meaning and purpose.
Since many of our expectations were not fulfilled, beaten by life, we declare that we will have no expectations. However, that too is an expectation! How can we look at our expectations in the light of Vedanta? This is a repost from a Feb 2019 episode. Enjoy! For the podcast transcript - https://discoveratma.com/category/podcast/ Our monthly newsletter will bring to you more happiness, more wisdom and more freedom. To subscribe to Aarsha Vidya Bharati - https://mailchi.mp/cea95b9ad987/aarsha-vidya-bharati Our August 2022 newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/9455ba7c7af5/aarsha-vidya-bharati-aug2022 Vedanta - the river of wisdom is a weekly podcast by Swamini B (Brahmaprajnananda), a Vedanta teacher, author and Hindu monk. To connect and enrol in courses - www.discoveratma.com
On this week's episode, Ami Kassar interviews Finnian Kelly, creator of Intentionality.com, on how the pandemic has changed entrepreneurs' mindsets. As a sought-after speaker, retreat facilitator, and executive coach, Finnian has been dubbed “the Business Mystic” because of his unique ability to put consciousness into business and inspire leaders to find new levels of meaning and purpose through their creative endeavors. This approach flowed through his term as President of the Colorado Chapter of Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) - the largest and most influential community of entrepreneurs in the world. Finnian helps people ‘love their path' so they can feel content with a life lived in the now. As an entrepreneur, Finnian built and exited two multi-million dollar companies in the financial industry. He's the Creator and Chief Visionary Officer of Intentionality.com, where he offers coaching and courses to guide people through the four paths of the Intentionality Framework. Finnian is also a retreat facilitator providing entrepreneurs with unique, mind-shifting experiences so they can awaken and connect deeply with their business and their true self. Finnian has appeared on Sky Business, on ABC as a political commentator, and on Ten's morning shows as a financial expert. As a guest writer, Finnian has published articles on Money Management, Smart Company, Business Insider, and more. He was also featured as an Undercover Angel in the popular National Geographic documentary series. This was a project where he was dropped into an underprivileged community to discover their core issues, build trust and come up with a project that would support their needs. He funded the entire program himself and worked with community leaders to form a family education center in Fakulteta, Bulgaria. As a lifelong learner, Finnian has degrees in maths, physics, finance, leadership, teaching, and a master's degree of science in positive psychology. He spent 7 years in the Australian Defence Force and graduated from one of the most prestigious leadership organizations in the World, The Royal Military College of Duntroon. Above all, Finnian is a conscious being - committed to embodying Intentionality and inspiring others to do the same. Finnian travels the world spreading Intentionality on speaking tours, exploring new places and cultures, and chasing powder as a ridiculously passionate skier! Recorded 08/10/2022.
In this episode, Coach P speaks with Coach Todd Durkin, aka Coach TD! Coach TD is the founder of Fitness Quest 10 in Scripps Ranch, San Diego. He trains dozens of current NFL and MLB athletes, including Drew Brees, Golden Tate, Zach Ertz, Darren Sproles, and many other active players. His long client lists include LaDainian Tomlinson, Reggie Bush, Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer, and Tony Gwynn Jr., amongst others. Todd was a finalist on the primetime network show NBC STRONG, now streaming on Netflix. He is the past recipient of the Jack LaLanne Award for lifetime achievement in the fitness field, amongst many other accolades. His 2 books, The IMPACT Body Plan and the WOW BOOK, have changed thousands of lives. His 3rd book, GET YOUR MIND RIGHT, just came out in June 2020! It is a MUST read! Coach Todd Durkin is popular on social media and delivers daily messages on Instagram and Facebook. His podcast, the Todd Durkin IMPACT Show, is designed to motivate and inspire anyone looking to create more IMPACT in their life. *** If you enjoy Coach P's Perspective Podcast, please consider doing a few things: Subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on the platform you use to listen. Write a review of what you love about the show. Please share the episode with your friends via text, social media, etc. Thank You, and much love! *** You can purchase Coach P's best-selling book, “Game Changing Moves” HERE. *** Be sure to connect with Coach P on his Website and Social Media for more inspirational messages: Website: https://coachchadparks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachchadparks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachchadparks/ Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/coachchadparks Sponsors: https://trueclassictees.com/COACHP25 (Use the code COACHP25 for a 25% discount on all True Classic products.) Home | BUBS Naturals (Use the code COACHP20 for a 20% discount on all Bubs Naturals Products.) *** Are you interested in having your company featured on the podcast? Please e-mail Coach Chad Parks at email@example.com *** Intro music by Gerald Gray, aka Twish Foaves. You can follow Twish Foaves at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twishfoaves/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristStillLives Music: https://www.reverbnation.com/twishfoaves https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ihETkx53RJujUl0nXg3gh?si=fgst7mo0TVyHZdETIoTk4g *** Champion Athletes Nutrition Website: http://champion-athletes.com/ Phone: 1-800-324-1447 https://www.instagram.com/championathletes Receive $50 off your initial program with the code: COACH P *** Get a Strong and Healthy Neck! Iron Neck Training | Neck Exercise Machine & Strengthening Equipment (iron-neck.com) Use the code CHADP for a 15% discount. *** Do you like shoes? Check out my friends over at Flux Footwear! https://fluxfootwear.com/?rfsn=6411829.f9ad23 Use the code COACHP10 for a 10% discount. *** Check out Boston Scally at: https://www.bostonscally.com/ (Use the code COACHP to receive 15% off of your order) *** Check out Terra Grappl'r at: Click here to get your Terra Grappl'r shoes (Use the code COACHCP10 to receive $10 off of your order)
EPISODE 44 - When the author wrote this book, she wanted to give readers a way to be more in the present in their lives. A way to stop worrying about things to excess. And a nudge toward getting past old unhelpful patterns and changing how they approach the world.30 Little Thoughts was created to make you think, to give you that gentle nudge toward seeing all the choices you have in life.In a series of little awareness's, author Meghan Jones, shares 30 Little Thoughts that will help you bring your focus into the present, make different choices, and create new patterns -- little by little, step by step. The author hopes the reader will find, in her book, little pockets of internal space, self-compassion, and gentler ways of looking at and living life on purpose.About Meghan JonesMeghan Jones is an IIN certified holistic health coach and AFAA certified personal trainer. Prior to her career in health and wellness, she has played professionally in a full-time orchestra for over 25 years.As a health coach, Meghan looks at the relationship between her clients' lifestyle choices & food choices, and how they both affect their health … and helps them start to change their lives by finding a complete, fully balanced, healthy, more plant-based approach that increases their focus, vitality, and longevity by eating in delicious, creative, joyful ways! She helps people clean up their eating & clean up their life, lower stress, and align with their worth & purpose by exploring attainable little action steps that will lead them to achieving their weight, exercise, & overall health goals.Simultaneously, she works with her clients to discover and transform their internal mental and emotional limiting beliefs, discomforts, and any areas they seek to feel more grace, ease, & peace.Meghan believes that every moment of every day, we can live our lives more & more on purpose.https://www.wellnessonpurpose.org/___Affiliate book link: 30 Little Thoughtshttps://livingthenextchapter.com/podcast presented by https://truemediasolutions.ca/Join us and connect with guests and with listeners!See you there!The Next Chapter Community: A Place for our Guests and Listeners
On this episode Gary is interviewed by Aleks Sydorow & Aisha Govani on their podcast The Everyday Investor Podcast, on how to live a life by design. Gary and his wife Darlene started down the path years ago of transitioning from a 9-5 to a life where THEY had more control of work/life balance, which lead to being semi-retired for 2 months in the winter, and two months every summer! Are YOU interested in designing a life like this, where YOU are in control of your work/life balance? Don't miss this chat where Gary shares information and tips to enable you to have this life as well… WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: How and WHY you'd like to design and live a life by design How this lifestyle can lead to early retirement The tools that Gary uses to work, grow and change his mindset The power of goal setting The value and importance of communication Aligning your goals with your desired lifestyle And MORE! Bio Gary Hibbert | Investment Realtor Ninja Sales Rep @ Our Neighbourhood Realty Say hi at firstname.lastname@example.org Gary Hibbert is a full time Real Estate investor, licenced Real Estate agent, achieving various Realtor awards and educator. In 2008 he purchased his first investment property and through hard work and dedication left the regiment of the corporate world to become a full time entrepreneur in 2014. Gary has helped hundreds of clients with creating a wealth strategy plan through public speaking, online webinars and even has his own Podcast channel dedicated to inspire and educate anyone willing to change their mindset. He continues to play an active role in his community by attending corporate, private and school events to educate adults and especially children. Gary's inspiration and hard work comes from his passion in helping others and wanting to make a difference in their lives. Being able to design a lifestyle of your choice is not an easy feat however, it's attainable as long as you have passion and know what your ‘why' is. Gary's mentorship program visit https://garyhibbert.ca This episode proudly sponsored by SFG Paralegal. Today's podcast is brought to you by SFG paralegal. Their services are all about advocating for your best interests. With a team experience of over 15 years, they assist everyday people with their legal queries and matters. They are skilled in landlord and tenant board, small claims court and human rights, among others. They are professionals and S.F. Paralegal are exactly who you want in your corner. Find them at: SFG Paralegal. Other Links: Private Investing, visit https://deep-pockets.ca Real Estate Investment Club visit https://www.smarthomechoice.ca Gary's mentorship program visit https://garyhibbert.ca Start your own Podcast visit https://www.podcastexperts.ca Tags: #realestateincanada, #realestatecanada, #realestatepodcast, #realestateinvesting, #investingincanada, #investplusrealty, #househunting, #canadianrealestate, #canadianpodcast, #buyinghomes, #investmentproperties, #wealth, #howtobecomewealthy, #mindset, #realtor, #realestate, #explicit, #howtobuyrealestate, #safeinvesting, #safeinvestments, #mentorship, #faith
This episode was so much fun to record! Becca shares her money story from house hacking to passive income via syndications. She also shares lessons learned on her real estate journey. Even with some bumps along the way, Becca and her family created the lifestyle they wanted and picked up and moved to Costa Rica. She shares how she did it and how you can do it too and live the life you want!
This talk explores what it takes to live life with a clear conscience. You'll learn how regret is a natural part of our human experience, how helpful it can be to slow down and address your regrets as well as how powerful it can be to deeply inquire as to the guidelines by which you will live the rest of your life to ensure you live as fully as possible.
Sean McCormick is a wellness entrepreneur, OG in the personal coaching world, and he's the host of the top rated show https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/optimal-performance/id1004775385 (Optimal Performance Podcast.) Sean has a wonderful combination of attributes that magnetically draw people to him: he has a vast treasure chest of knowledge in the holistic health space, he's had some amazing spiritual experiences which keep him open minded and judgement free, and he's just a really warm, funny person. I laughed more in this interview than I have in any other episode. And although Sean has a fun, sunny disposition, our conversation does not shy away from hard, controversial topics: how his ADHD led him to spirituality his unconventional relationship the future of humanity even the Cov narrative and our views on the V word So If you like this episode please share or consider writing a review in apple podcasts. It helps us a ton and we so appreciate your help in growing the reach of The Medicin! LINKS + DISCOUNTS https://my.captivate.fm/www.themedicin.com/products (Immune Intel AHCC) https://getmushylove.com/products/mushy-love-latte (MushyLove Latte) (disount: MEDICIN) https://www.shopog.com/ShoppingCart/index.cfm?FuseAction=CategoryShop&CategoryID=104&ParentCategoryID=15&OwnerID=10002263906 (Our favorite Reishi KING Coffee) https://my.captivate.fm/www.organifishop.com (Organifi) (20% discount: MIMIFIT) Clearstem Skincare (discount: MIMI) https://paleovalley.com/store/beef-sticks (Paleovalley) (discount: MEDICIN) See all our favorite products on http://www.themedicin.com/medicincabinet (The Medicin Cabinet) CONNECT WITH SEAN: https://seanmccormick.com/ (Website) // https://www.instagram.com/realseanmccormick/ (IG) // https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/optimal-performance/id1004775385 (Podcast) CONNECT WITH US http://www.themedicin.com (Our website) https://www.instagram.com/mimi_themedicin/ (Mimi's IG) // https://www.instagram.com/the_chasen_one/ (Chase's IG) // https://www.instagram.com/themedicinpodcast/ (The Medicin IG) Sound from https://www.zapsplat.com/ (Zapsplat.com)
Hi y'all! In this episode Tori and I talk about avoiding a life of regret by making sure that we add not only weight to your decision but you add God into them!Help us keep this Podcast ad free by joining our online family on Patreon!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themastersfamBible.com Devotional: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/21989-better-decisions-fewer-regretsFind us on YouTube and IG:YouTube- https://youtube.com/c/ToriMastersTori's- https://www.instagram.com/torimasters/Chad's- https://www.instagram.com/chadmasters/Podcasts- https://www.instagram.com/morningswiththemasters/ & https://www.instagram.com/thatshotpodcast/
Witch School Headmistresses, Mia Magik, shares her wisdom for how to awaken magic within yourself. She uncovers the shared collective blockages that keep people from living in their true power, and what it takes to rise above them. She dives deep on becoming a witch, listening to your intu-witchin, and how we create our reality with our words. ___________ Timecodes: 0:00 Intro 2:02 Reawakening of the Feminine 8:37 Our shared blockages 16:02 Being a Witch 22:04 Mia's Story 34:27 Listening to Intu-witchin 37:25 Tools for Growth 45:24 Meaning of Words 52:37 Vision for the future 1:00:56 Creating Hogwarts in real life 1:13:59 Sex Magic 1:18:22 Manifestation 1:23:58 To Know Thyself 1:27:48 Conclusion ___________ Mia Magik Mia Magik is a content creator, coach, and headmistress of a witch school - aimed at bringing the ancient ways to the modern day. She's been a life coach in Los Angeles for 5+ years, working with hundreds of people to step into their power, overcome negative programming to access their magic and higher selves. Her YouTube Channel, Mia Magik, shares the information she gives to her clients in short, sweet, simple guidelines to help you bring more magic into your everyday life. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miamagik/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_wts55XbgCLWzNMqbvheVQ Witch School: https://www.miamagik.com/Courses Website: https://www.miamagik.com Guided Meditation: https://www.miamagik.com/meditation ___________ Know Thyself Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knowthyself/ Website: https://www.knowthyself.one Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ4wglCWTJeWQC0exBalgKg Listen to all episodes on Audio: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4FSiemtvZrWesGtO2MqTZ4?si=d389c8dee8fa4026 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-thyself/id1633725927 André Duqum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreduqum/ Meraki Media https://merakimedia.com https://www.instagram.com/merakimedia/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Lord spoke volumes to my heart on my prayer retreat. One of the most important words was to sit and soak in His presence. From this place and position, He will reveal who He is and who we are in Him. He will give direction, strength, and empowerment when we walk according to the Spirit and not our flesh. Be encouraged to follow the Spirit. https://KristiLemley.com.
“The American Mafia, commonly referred to in North America as the Italian-American Mafia, the Mafia, or the Mob, is a highly organized Italian-American criminal society and organized crime group. The organization is often referred to by its members as Cosa Nostra (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkɔːza ˈnɔstra, ˈkɔːsa -], "our thing" or "this thing of ours") and by the American government as La Cosa Nostra (LCN). The organization's name is derived from the original Mafia or Cosa nostra, the Sicilian Mafia, with "American Mafia" originally referring simply to Mafia (or Cosa nostra) groups from Sicily operating in the United States, as the organization initially emerged as an offshoot of the Sicilian Mafia (known also as Cosa nostra by its members) formed by Italian immigrants in the United States. However, the organization gradually evolved into a separate entity partially independent of the original Mafia in Sicily, and it eventually encompassed or absorbed other Italian immigrant and Italian-American gangsters and Italian-American crime groups (such as the American Camorra) active in the United States and Canada that were not of Sicilian origin. In North America, it is often colloquially referred to as the Italian Mafia or Italian Mob, though these terms may also apply to the separate yet related Sicilian Mafia or other organized crime groups in Italy or ethnic Italian crime groups in other countries. The Mafia is currently most active in the Northeastern United States, with the heaviest activity in New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, and New England, in areas such as Boston, Providence and Hartford. It also remains heavily active in Chicago and has a significant and powerful presence in other Midwestern metropolitan areas such as Kansas City, Detroit, Milwaukee, Cleveland, and St. Louis. Outside of these areas, the Mafia is also very active in Florida, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. Mafia families have previously existed to a greater extent and continue to exist to a lesser extent in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Dallas, Denver, New Orleans, Rochester, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, and Tampa. While some of the regional crime families in these areas may no longer exist to the same extent as before, descendants have continued to engage in criminal operations, while consolidation has occurred in other areas, with rackets being controlled by more powerful crime families from nearby cities. At the Mafia's peak, there were at least 26 cities around the United States with Cosa Nostra families, with many more offshoots and associates in other cities. There are five main New York City Mafia families, known as the Five Families: the Gambino, Lucchese, Genovese, Bonanno and Colombo families. The Italian-American Mafia has long dominated organized crime in the United States. Each crime family has its own territory and operates independently, while nationwide coordination is overseen by the Commission, which consists of the bosses of each of the strongest families. Though the majority of the Mafia's activities are contained to the Northeastern United States and Chicago, they continue to dominate organized crime in the United States, despite the increasing numbers of other crime groups..” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Amberly is a health and wellness coach, TEDx speaker and a leading voice in the field of resilience and transformation. At a young age, she let passion outweigh fear to pursue dancing in LA away from her small Texas hometown, steadily building up a successful reputation and career in not only dance, but health and fitness as well. But that all changed after an unfortunate car accident which almost cost her her life. Even after surviving that hurdle, she then had to worry about losing her leg. Holding onto a 1% chance of success to save her limb, she fought hard daily to undergo surgeries and recover. Because of this life changing experience, it is now her mission to show others that no matter what happens, even if your life is turned upside down, you can still have a life of luxury. You can still go after your dreams and start over from nothing. Listen to the full episode to learn about her struggles chasing after her dreams and how she embraced them all to help others transform their lives and reach a state of true luxury. Subscribe and Review! Subscribe to get notified when new episodes air every Thursday! Enjoying the show? Leave a rating and review on your favorite podcast app! Connect with Jaylissa: • Insta: https://www.instagram.com/jaylissalea/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaylissalea • Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/jaylissa • Website: https://www.jaylissa.com Connect with Amberly • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amberlylago •IG:https://instagram.com/amberlylagomotivation •Podcast: https://amberlylago.com/podcast/
What is your purpose in life? Do you know? What if I told you it's not what you think? Interested...? Michelle@GrowBy1.com SEARCH ENGINE Life On Purpose (NEWBIES) Life On Purpose (Alumni) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michelle-burkhard/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michelle-burkhard/support
If you listened to my last episode, you know that I took a pause last month and I'm so happy to be back! For the next five weeks, I will be talking through the top five regrets of the dying as outlined in Bonny Ware's book, "The Top Five Regrets of the Dying." I thought it could be practical way to glean from those that have gone before us, and find a way to live a life with no regrets. For questions or comments, email email@example.com.
"In the same way that a car that is well-maintained will last longer and be more reliable, you cannot hope to get the lasting high performance you want from your brain if it is not properly cared for and protected." —Kimberley Wilson, author of How to Build a Healthy Brain: Practical steps to mental health and well-being Psychology, Sociology and Neurology. Three courses I often share would be priceless academic courses to take regardless of one's vocation in life. Here on TSLL blog and the podcast, I have explored many topics within the first two subjects whether pertaining to emotional intelligence, relationships and communication, so when I came upon nutrition-trained Chartered Psychologist Kimberley Wilson's book - How to Build a Healthy Brain, I was intrigued and wanted to explore its contents. In so doing, I found what she had to share to be founded in a vast amount of supportive research from reputable institutions (in the United Kingdom and the states) as well as written in an approachable prose for readers, like myself, who do not have an educational background in the field of neurology, but genuinely wish to understand how their brains function and how to care for the brain well in order to live well. Today's post/episode is an introduction, a tasting menu of sorts to explore the wide ranging areas in our lives that contribute to the health (or malnutrition) of our brain and thereby, its capability to work to its full capabilities. Upon sitting down to read the book, once I began, once it was in my hands and I was reading it, it was hard to put down, and annotations now decorate nearly every page. Having completed my first reading of the book, I went back through and took detailed notes summarizing the key points that spoke to me and that I wanted to incorporate or strengthen in my own daily life. I will be sharing those here, but by no means is the list complete. The science of how the brain works, the parts of the brain, etc., are detailed in the first couple of chapters, and are worth reading prior to reading the entire book on your own as she lays a clear foundation of the parts of the 'engine' that make up the brain. While I will be focusing on what to do to strengthen and nourish your brain, reading her book details what happens when the brain is not nourished properly. For example, what chronic inflammation does to the mind and the effects witnessed in our daily lives such as depression, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease and other neurological maladies. However, because I want to lift today's conversation to focus on preventative and constructive habits we can add to our lives to create a stronger sense and state of well-being, I will be focusing on what you can begin or continue to do and how it nurtures the brain, thereby elevating the quality of your entire life. 1. Invest in your neuro 'pension' plan No matter how small your daily investments, so long as you keep contributing to your neuro pension plan, you strengthen your brain and stave off chronic inflammation. Daily investments as they pertain to brain nourishment are a conscious effort to continually be learning something new - whether that is information that is new or a new physical skill. When you learn something new, you are "promoting the growth of new neurones, helping new cells to survive (so be sure to continue to strengthen the newly learned skill with consistent repetition), supporting the survival of pre-existing neurones, and supporting the development of synapses - the communication junctions between brain cells". This process is called Neurogenesis - literally translated as the creation of new neurons. And "neurogenesis is crucial to the process of learning and memory." When your brain undergoes this process of neurogenesis, you are building your 'cognitive reserve' which is what Wilson refers to as the 'brain pension' and was "coined in a research paper published in 1988." I encourage you to read the findings of this research as it is shared in detail on page 52, but to put it very simply, even 137 elderly residents who took part in the study, upon their deaths, while their brains showed physical signs of advanced brain disease, they didn't show any symptoms while alive. Why? Their brains, when weighed were heavier than the others, and it was surmised that these 137 residents had more stored up in their 'brain pensions' . . . this meant that when dementia started to take cells away, they still had more than enough left to function normally." To put it succinctly, prioritize learning new skills and acquiring new information. Make it a way of life to bulk up your neuro pension plan. 2. Prioritize reducing stress in your life There are different types of stress - acute and chronic - and it is the chronic that is a "known risk factor for Alzheimer's". Chronic stress can cause the hippocampi to shrink, reducing your ability to retain information and learn new skills with relative ease. Wilson shares a list of potential psychological signs you might be under excess pressure which is causing chronic stress that while you may be brushing off as what you have to do to live the life you are living is actually a health concern and reason to reassess how you live and what you prioritize: short temper or frustration, increased aggression anxiety apathy, loss of interest overwhelm forgetfulness or poor concentration cynicism loss of confidence/self-esteem impaired emotional responses social withdrawal Now let's look at the good stress that helps us grow and strengthens our ability to do things that are positive, and in fact, we should pursue this type of stress for a healthy brain Wilson encourages. It is called hormesis. It could be physical (lifting weights, strength training or yoga) or it can be psychological (learning a new skill, a new language, etc.). Hormesis involves applying "short-term, manageable pressure" to the body or mind's muscle. "The body responds to this stress by up regulating muscular repair processes and making the muscles more able to tolerate the same amount of stress post-recovery i.e. becoming stronger." The key with hormesis being a good stress is including the recovery time. So for example, do not attend a vinyasa yoga class on Monday and then again on Tuesday. Nope. Give your body at least a day of recovery, maybe even two. You can still walk or run during this time, but don't take a vinyasa class that will stress those same muscles out as were engaged on Monday. 3. Put quality sleep at the top of your list for 'good brain care' "The journey to a more resilient brain and improved mental health starts in bed." —Kimberley Wilson A variety of necessary activities are taking place in our brain when we sleep and are sleeping deeply, reaching all four stages: memory consolidation (moving short-term information that was just gained to the long-term storage location in the brain), Synapses are augmented - changed, which means this is when learning becomes ingrained preparing the brain to learn new things and ensuring what we learned stays with us, enables us to be less reactive to negative stimuli. Wilson also touches on the truth that medication that induces us to sleep does not promote true sleep. In other words, it does not allow us to reach all four stages of sleep. With that said, we have to naturally be able to bring ourselves and keep ourselves in a good night's sleep. How can we do this? Keep a sleep routine - weekdays and weekends Try not to linger in bed whilst you are awake too long on either side - before you fall asleep and once you wake up in the morning. If you cannot fall asleep within 15-20 minutes, don't keep fighting yourself. Turn the light on (a gentle dimmed light most likely) and do something non-stimulating such as journaling, read a non-stressful book, meditation or a simple breathing practice (deep breath in for 6 counts, deep breath out for 6 counts, for example). Once you feel sleepy again, return to bed and turn out the light. Ensure you are sleeping in a cool room (no warmer than 68 degrees Fahrenheit/20 degrees Celsius) If you can, add dimmer switches to your bedroom lights and lamps, and have them dimmed before you enter your bedroom to go to sleep. Keep your bedroom tidy. Clutter causes stimulation and stress which is the opposite feeling you want to have before trying to go to sleep. Don't eat too late, in fact, try making your largest meal lunch and enjoy a lighter dinner that is not too close to your bedtime. Caffeine is a stimulant and can hang around for more than a few hours after you have enjoyed it. If you are not falling asleep and staying asleep, examine when you consume caffeine and try to stop by midday or at least enjoy your last tea (caffeinated) at tea time - 4pm. Avoid alcohol 3-4 hours before bedtime Refrain from using light-emitting devices in bed (tablets, smartphones, etc.) No longer use your smartphone for your alarm clock. Use something different. If worries clutter your mind and prohibit you from falling asleep, put them down in writing in a journal before going to bed. Have a journal or notepad next to your bed to jot down things you don't want to forget that may pop up just as you go to sleep. 4. Feed your brain well "Although [the brain] only accounts for about 2-3 per cent of your total body weight, your brain makes up around 20-25 per cent of your daily energy requirement." The brain doesn't need simply calories of any sort. The brain needs quality, nourishing calories that provide vitamins and minerals feeding all of its cellular activity. "Food is one of the quickest and easiest ways to start improving your brain health." And what I found even more interesting is that thinking about your nutrients, it's not just about today's meal to have a better tomorrow; what you feed your brain effects the brain over time, the long-run. "It's about building up regular long-term habits." So what habits should we be incorporating into our daily diet? Let's take a look: more vegetables - 6 servings a day (1 serving is 2 heaping tablespoons) a minimum of 2 servings/wk of oily fish and/or seafood leafy greens every day - a delicious salad with a homemade vinaigrette nuts - unsalted, and preferably, unroasted (raw), 1-2 servings each day enjoy seeds - chia, sesame, etc. berries of all kinds, and especially blueberries as a daily snack - 3 servings a day cook regularly with fresh herbs - explore growing your own herbs beans - all of the beans you can think of. I incorporate lentils, black beans, and chickpeas most often. olive oil - 3 tablespoons a day cook with alliums - onions, shallots, green onions (spring onions), etc. choose whole grain everything - pasta, bread, etc. Include fiber in your daily diet everyday - look for grains for breakfast such as steel cut oats, and other sources such as beans and farro. Alliums also contain fiber, so add the onions! dark chocolate, 70% cacao at least unlimited tea (except not after tea time if it has caffeine which will affect negatively your sleep) hydrate, hydrate, hydrate - even when you don't know what you are craving, likely, it is hydration - grab the water first, not the food limit the sweets (freely added sugar - cakes, candy, pastries, etc; and limit processed meat to only 3 servings each week no more than 2 glasses of wine/day, red wine is best enjoy chicken 2-3 times a week Eggs - no more than 6/week Looking at such a list may be what we think we want. "Just tell me what to do, and I'll do it." But when you know the why behind choosing such foods, it becomes even easier to find motivation to select the foods above (or not select as in the case with sugar). For example, eating sugar reduces our brain's cognition and the omega-3s in oily fix reduces the brain's aging process. Let me share a few more, but all of the reasons for including or excluding the items I listed above are detailed with research as to how it helps or hinders the brain's ability to function optimally. "Leafy green vegetables are brain-protective" as these vegetables contain 'bioactive nutrients such as beta carotene, folate, vitamin K, magnesium and potassium. Eating nuts (unsalted and raw) five times a week increases brain function, and eating fiber reduces the risk of some cancers due to the prebiotics. Keep in mind, all that I am sharing is merely a tasting of of the details, specific meal ideas and research Wilson shares in her book. 5. Create a regular exercise regimen that cares for your brain It will not surprise you that physical exercise plays a significant role in brain health. The question is how much and how strenuous. Wilson offers three suggestions and reminds readers that any form of physical activity whether structured (taking a class) or physical movement such as gardening, tending to chores or walking rather than driving is beneficial because "movement protects the brain" as it is an organ. With each of the three suggested weekly workout regimens, she suggests at least two or more days of strength exercises for major muscles. If you are not someone who is likely to want to go to the gym and lift weights (I am no longer someone who enjoys this), there are various combination exercise that would equate to strength training as well as aerobic exercise: Vinyasa yoga, rocket yoga, circuit training class, CrossFit, climbing and bouldering, and boxing training. If you prefer more moderate exercise, she suggests 150 minutes a week and for more strenuous workouts such as running, 75 minutes. You can mix and match the two to find a balance that works for you. The type of exercise you engage in regularly will give you certain benefits, so it is best to incorporate some sort of more strenuous or mentally challenging activity that holds your attention in the present moment; however, again, any physical movement is beneficial. Also, especially after strenuous workouts, give yourself the necessary recovery time - a day, sometimes two - not from any type of physical activity, just not that strenuous workout that challenged your muscles. Benefits of exercise (again, please read the book to see specific examples of types of exercise for each of the following benefits): reverse brain aging improved cognitive performance, focus and attention improved memory and processing speeds reduced stress improve sleep quality elevation of mood reduced risk of anxiety, depression and severity of depression if genetically predisposed 6. Why yoga is one of the best things to give your brain As many listeners and readers know, I have been practicing yoga, vinyasa yoga, for 13+ years. A quality and well-trained and informed instructor makes a tremendous difference in our ability to reap the benefits for our brains, so let me share what Wilson writes about yoga: "Though all kinds of physical activity provide health benefits, the practice of yoga is a natural integration of many of the lifestyle factors that have been shown in clinical trials to promote brain health." Yoga packs a one-two punch, and really a third punch as well. Beginning with the breath, yoga helps us to "focus on controlled use of the breath". By doing this we become more aware of our breath, and this ability is strengthened through meditation (we'll talk more about this in the next point). As well, as we move, we are stretching our muscles and our own bodies provide the resistance. So essentially, yoga gives us healthy brain activation through the deep breathing through the nose, the movement "promotes the process of neurogenesis" which was talked about above in #1 and meditation strengthens our control over our thoughts which improves our mindfulness which is associated with "reduced perceived stress, lowered anxiety, reduced inflammatory biomarkers and increased neurogenesis." There are very few reasons to not welcome yoga into your regular exercise program, even if you only include one of the three aspects above. 7. Meditate to strengthen how you think As mentioned above, but I think it is worth underlining for emphasis, especially as we are talking about the brain. When we regularly meditate, having a teacher or instructor guide you through the process as you build your understanding of why and how it works helps you to stick with it when you are just getting started. Meditation helps us become more mindful because we are becoming better at being observers of our thoughts, rather than wrapping ourselves up in them and being reactive which is not helpful. Becoming more mindful strengthens our awareness of ourselves, and helps us to step away from our emotions and thoughts and observe them, acknowledging their temporary nature and where and why they came from. As we begin Season 9 of the podcast, I will share an entire episode that will discuss the paradox of contentment and a piece of this paradox is the realization that when we become more mindful, which is what meditation helps us do, we begin making more constructive choices in our lives. We begin to create environments, engage with people who fuel our lives in ways that alleviate or eliminate stress, and we also give ourselves the tools to navigate situations we do not have control over. So as much as contentment is about finding peace no matter what is going on outside of us, it is also giving us the tools to cultivate a life that invites more of what nurtures us than what harms us. 6 Benefits of Meditations and How to Meditate in Your Daily Life Wilson dedicates an entire chapter to Using the Breath, and begins by stating, "There is one powerful, criminally underused tool that is always available to you: your breath." When we become conscious of our breath and begin to strengthen our breathing (which what meditation exercises), "your breath can significantly improve your emotional resilience and psychological performance in a given task." She goes on to share a variety of options of structured breath practice and then goes on to address the vagus nerve which has a wide-reach throughout our entire body. "[The vagus nerve] is the main structural component of the parasympathetic nervous system, the part of our nervous system that is responsible for rest, relaxation and recovery, and it regulates heart rate and respiration." All of this is to say, because the vagus nerve "passes down the neck, its activity can be influenced by breathing practices . . . this is understood to be the primary way that breathing can have antidepressant effects." Lastly, remember the neuro pension plan we spoke about in #1? "It is important to note that "brain scans showed that regular meditators had thicker brains (think 'cognitive reserve') compared to non-meditators with similar lifestyles." ~Explore more posts and episodes on Mindfulness in TSLL's Archives. 8. Welcome regular visits to the sauna into your life (or 30-minute hot baths) Most of us don't have access to a sauna in our daily lives, but if we do, the brain benefits. Why? "Heat promotes neurogenesis. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor, the compound that stimulates the growth of new brain cells, is reliably increased through exercise." So, while we want to have our regular workout regimen that we discussed above, enjoying 20-30 minutes in a sauna can have the same effects, and if you don't have access to a sauna, I am giving you a reason to enjoy a hot bath for 30 minutes regularly. ☺️ 9. Strengthen your emotional intelligence Emotional intelligence (EQ) is a skill each of us can learn and strengthen. Not only does EQ improve our relationship with ourselves, our self-esteem and confidence, it also strengthens our ability to connect healthily with others, communicating in a non-violent way to both have a voice and listen to what others are truly saying. I won't go into too much detail about EQ here, but be sure to tune in to episode #140 of the podcast which is focused entirely on this subject. However, quickly, let me share a list of ideas to ponder when it comes to understanding our emotions and not shying away from being a student of them: Let yourself feel your emotions - constructively of course, but don't suppress them. This only causes more stress to the brain. Wilson explains that yes, letting yourself feel envy as well as jealousy are beneficial not because we should act on them in the manner that is often shown on television, etc., but rather to observe something in ourselves. Wilson shares quite succinctly: envy reveals our self-esteem is threatened; jealous reveals our exclusivity is threatened, or our ability to feel a part of something with another. We cannot control other people, but we can control ourselves, and if we are depending upon others to lift our self-esteem or make us feel welcome, this should tell us we have some work to do on ourselves, and that is valuable information. Have those necessary difficult conversations if it is a relationship you wish to repair, strengthen or maintain. Use the non-violent communication method as discussed in episode #293. "Even if the other person can't understand or won't change, there is often tremendous value in demonstrating to yourself that you are worth sticking up for." As well, you build your emotional confidence as "having a big conversation makes it easier to have another, and often the conversations never go as badly as you think they will." Let yourself cry. "The action of crying, which typically includes deep breaths, may stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and recovery". episode #140: Emotional Intelligence: A Crucial Tool for Enhanced Quality in Life and Work 10. Revel in self-care rituals Self-care and knowing what you need and how it benefits you is part of having a strong emotional intelligence. Each of us is different as to what we need, and why we need it, but if you choose to be the student of yourself, you will discover the answers you have been seeking that seem to be impossible to translate, especially if others seem to have figured it out and you've tried what they've done, but it doesn't work for you. Adhering to a regular self-care regimen is a necessity, not a luxury. We've talked about this truth in previous episodes (#242, #227) and this post about well-being. One of the reasons we must permit ourselves engagement in self-care rituals is that it gives us space and time when we notice we are stressed to decompress so that we don't react, but rather, when we have composed ourselves, respond in a manner we will not regret. 11. Invest in building a healthy social support community Because so much of America's life is go-go-go, our social support structure is weakened, and some relationships receive too much of the burden to care for one another - our spouse, our children, etc. In other words, if after reading #2 on this list you realized how stressed you actually were, start to make real changes, and make room for connecting with people in your life that are healthy connections - friends, neighbors, people in the community you want to be a part of. When you diversify and connect genuinely, not out of a place of desperation or want, such connections may take time, but that is actually quite healthy because you realize who is trustworthy and they see that you are trustworthy, and they also come to realize you don't want anything but a real human-to-human connection. When it comes to friends, be a friend. Connect. Stop dancing on the surface - texting is nice for logistics, but it's not a deep connection. Make time to talk face-to-face, and perhaps you will also realize who your real friends are and who is just keeping you in their circle for disingenuous reasons. By being someone who is grounded and secure, you will be better able to know who to connect with, who to invest your time and who to be vulnerable with, and they will see that in you as well. Having a strong, healthy, social support system reduces stress, rather than creates it. The former is the goal, and that is reason enough to determine who you should share your time with. 12. Know your values and have a purpose that lights you up When you have a purpose, that is your purpose, not society's or your parents or [the person who you are trying to gain approval from], the endorphins increase in your mind when you engage in this activity, and that is positive fuel for the brain as it reduces stress and reduces inflammation. 13. Travel regularly To travel is to feed your brain well. Travel builds cognitive flexibility. So the next time you think taking that dream trip to France is a luxury, oh no, no, no, it is not. It is a necessity. Why? Because you are challenging your mind to be surrounded and immersed in a culture that isn't rote, that isn't what you know or are familiar with, so you are exercising the mind and new synapses are firing, and neurogenesis is happening. A very, very good thing. So where are you going next and how soon can you do it? ☺️ 14. Be a realistic optimist Wilson is adamant that being a positive thinker actual involves a bit of denial and delusion. "It contains too much of what I recognise as emotional suppression for it to be a sustainable approach to psychological health." For this reason she embraces the concept of realistic optimism, "in which you pay attention to negative outcomes but do not dwell on them, instead focusing on the growth opportunities, is associated with greater resilience than either a pessimistic or unrealistically optimistic viewpoint." In other words, mindfulness and meditation come in to play here which give you the tools to observe your thoughts when something goes not as you would have preferred, giving you the space to respond rather than react, and then with a growth mindset, choose constructive action. 15. Failure is a prerequisite to success Speaking of things not going your way, if something didn't work out as you had hoped, some may call it failure, and it may well be in that instance, but when you shift your mind as to how you perceive the event, you give yourself fuel to use to point you in the best direction moving forward for success. 16. Let go of attachment to outcomes To piggy-back onto #15, when it comes to anything in which you are investing your heart, money, hopes and dreams, hold on to hope, but let go of attachment of what has to happen for it to work out well in your mind. If any of the variables are out of your control, which they likely will be or you would have made the changes already, you just cannot know how it will all work out. As we know, often, when it doesn't work out as we planned or expected, it is actually working out in our favor to be witnessed at a later time when we will better be able to appreciate it, but if we are so stuck and so focused on a narrow window of what 'has to happen', we'll never experience the latter outcome that is meant for us to revel in. 17. Clean those teeth! Professionally, that is. So much of our health ties into our gums and our teeth, so keep them expertly clean and tended to by visiting your dentist twice a year and brushing and flossing every day, twice at least. Wilson goes into great detail about the relationship of our teeth to our brain. I will let her explain, but it will give you the motivation to take these simple, regular steps to care for your teeth. 18. Acknowledge the power of social media and be proactive about distancing yourself from mindless use To blanket all social media as bad is incorrect. There are benefits and it comes down to how we use our phone. If you use social media to actively engage - connect, comment, extend appreciation, etc., then its fine, but if all you do is scroll, stop. In all cases, keep your phone out of reach. Don't have it next to you at all times, monitor your use, and use as a phone to stay in touch, but not to entertain you as that too is passively engaging and doesn't add to your social support system. If you use it to reach out to someone - go for it, but consciously be aware of how you truly do use social media. 19. Handwrite rather than typing or solely listening/reading If you are trying to learn something or understand something, take a pen or pencil and write it out. Studies and research have shown, our brains retain more information when we handwrite and we also deepen our understanding of the subject matter when we take the time to write out what we heard, read or are trying to understand. 20. Grow neurotransmitters for good and constructive habits In episode #245, I discussed the findings in the book Hardwiring Happiness which speaks to how we have to essentially train our brain to look for and savor the good, and we can in fact to do this. We can also do the opposite - look for only the negative, the bad, what won't work, and because we are doing this, we are causing more stress to our brain. I want to include a quote from Rick Hanson's book Hardwiring Happiness because it aligns beautifully with what Kimberley Wilson found when it comes to nourishing the brain, “The more [neurons] fire together, the more they wire together. In essence, you develop psychological resources by having sustained and repeated experiences of them that are turned into durable changes in your brain.” In other words, when a good or meaningful moment or event happens, focus on it, celebrate it and savor it. Consciously, really revel in it, no matter how big or small in the eyes of others. If it is something delights you, give it your full attention and dive deep into that feeling and that moment. You are beginning to rewire your brain. Continue to do this - repeat it often, and you can do that by looking for what you want and enjoy. Focus on habits in your life that are good as this will strengthen them rather than berating yourself for doing what doesn't help or isn't working. When trying to learn or acquire new knowledge, concentrate wholly (turn off distractions). When we are doing something new or experiencing something new - travel comes to my mind - our attention is wholly grabbed which makes it easier to absorb all that there is to see and become deeply moved by it. I want to circle back to habits - focusing on the ones you want to have in your life and refraining from dwelling on those that are not wanted. The only way a bad habit will be replaced (old hard-wiring) is if you stop doing it, stop focusing on it and replace it with something that you give your full attention and focus. It will take time to change it, but when you do, and it is a habit that is healthy, you will have all the more motivation to keep doing it, especially now that it is hard-wired into your brain. 21. Reduce money stress While Wilson doesn't go too far in-depth into finances, she does point out that money is a primary stressor in people's lives and chronic stress, if it is caused by money, is not good for the brain. Whatever you have to do to reduce your money stress, do it. Not only for your future financial stability, but for your overall health so you can enjoy a long and healthy life. 22. Find your reason for wanting to improve the health of your brain This # isn't really part of the list, but rather a reminder that if you want to a brain that will be working optimally well into your latter decades of life, the changes you need to make are not incredibly difficult, but rather habits you need to see as beneficial not just for tomorrow or to fit into that favorite pair of jeans, but because you want to enjoy living life and doing what you are doing now and possibly so much more. Wilson reminds readers to have self-compassion as you begin to make any or all of the changes she advises. 'If you need to make significant changes, it is inevitable that you will 'mess up'. Inevitable . . . Remind yourself that this is what change looks like. Remind yourself of the motivation [for making these changes]. Then find something that gives you a quick win for a much-needed morale boost." Why I found this book to be a book to inspire me to act is that it provided detailed reality outcomes that if we take action, specifically this is what happens in the mind, with our emotions, and thus in our daily lives. And when we make these changes to our simple everyday habits, our lives change in powerful ways for the long and short term. No longer should any of the above habits or suggestions be seen as vanity pursuits. These habits enhance your health, your relationships, the quality of a long life you will have the opportunity to live and live well. Petit Plaisir ~Kingdom
If we believe Jesus is coming back then why does that truth not impact people to change the way they live? Because they only have an intellectual belief that does not affect their actions. This is not true belief. It is living a life based on emotions and human logic, instead of Jesus and His word. We have a choice to make in how we live. Therefore, let us explore how to make wise decisions based on the teachings of Jesus and not the foolishness of this world.
Learning to Live a Life of Simplicity in Order to Hear God More Clearly – Simplicity- Day 5 Today we finish up our list of practical ideas to help us start letting go of some things that may be getting in the way of living lives of simplicity. Hey friends, welcome to the Hearing Jesus Podcast. Do you sometimes doubt if you are truly hearing God's voice or if it's really your own? Do you wonder how you can know the difference? Do you struggle to feel confident in your relationship with God and what He says in his word? Do you sometimes feel stagnant or like you hit a wall in your spiritual life? Hey, I'm your host, Rachael Groll: missionary, author, pastor, and life coach. And I have been there. I, too, was doubting God's voice in my own life. I, too, felt insecure about the things I thought God might be calling me to do. I wanted to make a difference in the world and be obedient to what God was calling me to do, but I wasn't quite sure how to figure out what exactly that was. I kept telling myself that I was wasting time trying to figure it out or waiting for Him to show me. Or that I wasn't qualified to do the things I thought He might be telling me to do. The answer for me was found in the pages of the Bible, as I learned how to understand what it was actually saying. If you are ready to grow in your faith and to step confidently into the calling God has for you, then join me as we dig deep into God's word so you can learn to live out your faith in your everyday life. Friend, you are loved, you are cherished, and you are His. The Hearing Jesus Podcast will encourage and equip you to step into the calling God has for your life, living out your faith in the everyday. Together we will break down walls that keep us from growing spiritually. We will dig deep into our Bibles to understand and connect the Scriptures to our lives. We will boldly obey what God calls us to do, walking through doors that only He can open. Join me for your daily dose of faith, honesty, and prayer. Learn -> https://shehears.org Connect -> firstname.lastname@example.org Community-> https://www.facebook.com/groups/743928930315696/ Instagram-> https://www.instagram.com/she_hears/ Missions Support-> https://www.cotni.org/campaigns/rachael-groll Need to chat one on one? Snag a private session with Rachael: https://calendly.com/shehears Want to go a little deeper? Purchase the She Hears: Learning to Listen to Jesus Bible Study on my Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SheHearsShop?ref=profile_header In this six-week study from the Book of John, Rachael Groll takes you on an in-depth exploration into the lives of six women Jesus knew. Women often deal with feelings of insecurity and unworthiness, yet the lives of these women show that Jesus values us, wants a relationship with us, and can use us to further His kingdom. In her warm, conversational style, Rachael ties together her life experience, knowledge of the Scriptures, and her compassion for women to encourage us and enable us to become the women God has called us to be.
Are you chained to your phone? Text, email, pinging sounds reminding you to call a friend, to check a voice mail left by telemarketers. It's a relentless barrage of cognitive overload, holding us captive. What if, instead of taking a picture of every place we've traveled, we truly experinced the moment with the people we love. We sat and listened and laughed and at the smores and shared the stories kept the phone in our purpse or pocket. We spent a month traveling the U.S. did an experiment to see how it could change our lives, build stronger relationships and better communication, if we focused on each other, rather than mindlessly grabbing our phones and missing what really matters most, each other. Research shows that 29% of travelers said if they could not take a picture and document their experience on social media, they would rather not go. From the Documentary: The Last Tourist Amy Carney: Parent on Purpose2 Chronicles 7:14Proverbs 3:6 Stephanie's Bio:Stephanie Pletka is a motivational speaker, author of Living Your Best Life and radio show host of Motherhood Mindset on Faith Talk Radio 1360 in Phoenix. She produces a weekly podcast to help women navigate the messy parts of motherhood.Get ready for entertaining stories and 3 actionable steps to finding the goodness in the hard places. It's time to be encouraged to chase your dreams and write your story.Grab a copy of Living Your Best Life or download your audible for moms on the go.Subscribe to stephaniepletka.com for mom hacks, tips and upcoming events.@stephaniepletka IGSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bible tells us to ask, listen, and trust the Father. So, what are you trusting God for today? Son of Manley Beasley, Jonathan Beasley is the Adult Ministries Pastor of Cross Church, founder of Connect Ministries, and an author. As he watched his father remain faithful to God for ten years through various illnesses, Jonathan learned many lessons of Faith, which he shares with us. Some of them include: - No matter what we go through, our inner man can be renewed by the Lord (daily) - There are no set backs when you walk with God, for He is in control - When we are struggling, remember: God has permitted it and limited it; problems run parallel with God's blessing in your life Pick up Matt's book "Truth Plus Love" here. For more from Matt Brown, and to receive our free gift "5 Keys to Find Fulfillment in God" go to: Thinke.org
The best life lived is the one where you have your share of ups and downs, but you have no regrets no matter what! In order to lead such a life, you need to look within than outside and make some simple agreements with yourself as to how you will act, react and respond to what life throws at you. Tune in to find out more... _____________________________________________________ Rajeev Mudumba's Website: www.rajeevmudumba.com Plan B Success Podcast: Available on your favorite platform including iTunes @ https://apple.co/2JCSysL?ls=1 or www.planbsuccess.live or www.planb.live https://www.planbsuccessschool.thinkific.com - You can be a successful Entrepreneur and can do a LOT with your very own podcast. Follow Rajeev's FREE training & you'll discover How to ideate, create, launch, monetize and grow your podcast in just a couple of hours! Rajeev's Book - My Inspiration: Quotes that shaped my self-improvement journey - Available on Amazon Worldwide on your local Amazon site or @https://amzn.to/2JG1DRL Plan B Success YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2YegieF Medium Articles: https://rajeevmudumba.medium.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeevmud... Facebook Plan B Success Page: https://www.facebook.com/planbsuccess... Facebook My Inspiration Book Page: https://www.facebook.com/myinspiratio... Instagram: @hifromraj1
Guest Brian Luebben tunes in from his year-long, around-the-world traveling plan to tell host Liam Leonard how he achieved his dream life goal in a handful of years. He shares his biggest advice to those looking to get out of the corporate world and start doing what matters personally. Hear how coaching and mastermind classes are the BEST ROI you can invest in, and start building a life that you don't need a vacation from on this episode of The Prosperity Perspective podcast.3 Key TakeawaysDon't hesitate to invest in your mindset and network, even if it feels a bit expensive. They're the best ROIs you will invest in.Define your ideal life goals first. Then, work backwards from there to build a plan. While real estate was a primary income choice for brian, you don't necessarily need to make all passive income to meet your lifestyle goals. ResourcesVivid Vision by Cameron HeroldBrian's Podcast: Action Academy PodcastWebsite: brianluebben.comAbout Brian Luebben is a Real Estate Investor and Entrepreneur out of Atlanta, Georgia. While in college he built his first company (GreekBeats DJ/Entertainment) that allowed him to graduate debt-free. Shortly after graduating – he made it to the top of a Fortune 500 Company in their Sales Organization, only to realize quickly that “Retirement at 65” and corporate life simply was not for him. He now runs a successful podcast “The Action Academy” where he talks to seven, eight, and nine figure entrepreneurs on how to earn freedom in life and business. Through the podcast and cash-flowing real estate (via his company Sexton Property Group) he now has generated enough revenue via remote income sources to earn him Financial Independence to do what he wants, when he wants, with who he wants.
If you are interested in learning ways to align with your inner truth and live a life of integrity this Live Greatly podcast episode is for you! Kristel Bauer sat down with NYTs bestselling author Dr. Martha Beck to discuss Martha's personal journey, how to stop being a people pleaser to start living a life authentic to you, how to live a life of joy and more! Martha also shares insights from her new book "The Way of Integrity: Finding the Path to Your True Self." Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode Insights to awaken to your purpose Dr. Martha Beck's personal jouney and challenges How to align with your personal truth A look into an integrity cleanse A no lie challenge Insights from Martha's new NYTs bestselling book "The Way of Integrity: Finding the Path to Your True Self." Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statments made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you. About Dr. Martha Beck: Dr. Martha Beck is a bestselling author, life coach, and speaker. She has spent a lifetime offering powerful, practical, and entertaining teachings that help people improve every aspect of their lives. Martha holds three Harvard degrees in social science, and Oprah Winfrey has called her “one of the smartest women I know.” Martha's published works include several self-help books and memoirs, including New York Times and international bestsellers Finding Your Own North Star, The Joy Diet, and Expecting Adam. She has also published over 150 magazine articles, including almost two decades of monthly columns for O, The Oprah Magazine. She also writes a column for Maria Shriver's digital newspaper, The Sunday Paper. Martha is a passionate and engaging speaker, known for her characteristic blending of science, spirituality, and humor. As “the best-known life coach in America” (NPR, USA Today), she has spoken to audiences around the world on stage and on The Oprah Show, Good Morning America, and many other television programs. Every year, Martha spends several weeks in South Africa, running wilderness-based seminars and donating the proceeds to ecosystem restoration and education for rural African people. The rest of the time she lives in the Pennsylvania woods with her family and other assorted creatures. Her passions include nature, pajamas, and YouTube videos of unlikely animal companions. Martha's newest book, The Way of Integrity: Finding the Path to Your True Self, was an instant New York Times Best Seller. Website: https://marthabeck.com/ Instagram: @themarthabeck Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themarthabeck/ Twitter: @TheMarthaBeck Buy Dr. Martha Beck's new book The Way of Integrity: Finding the Path to Your True Self About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker. If you are looking for a female motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness, Kristel's message will leave a lasting impression. Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember! Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here.
The term ‘should' may seem innocuous, but its outsized role in our vocabulary and society has had a profound effect on how we perceive the world and our place in it. Our guest today is a firm believer that eliminating the word ‘should' from your vocabulary is the first step in developing a mindfulness practice that will help you establish decision-making practices that are aligned with your wants, values, and needs.Tricia Huffman is a self-described joyologist, speaker, and author of the book F the Shoulds. Do the Wants: Get Clear on Who You Are, What You Want, and Why You Want It. In our conversation, Tricia shares what she has learned from working with stars like Dolly Parton and Jason Mraz on tour, and what her work has taught her about fear, happiness, and success. We also talk about how the sudden death of her father triggered a massive career shift, and how she finally gave herself permission to write her book after 12 years of living a life without the word ‘should'.We loved having Tricia on the show and we're sure you'll find our conversation every bit as enlightening and inspiring as we did. Tune in for profound insights from our guest and plenty of practical examples on how to stop using the word ‘should' and instead make decisions based on what you truly value!
Are you ready for a powerful, moving conversation about intention? Victoria Gallagher is a worldwide leader in Hypnotherapy, a best-selling author, international speaker, life success coach, and renowned authority on the law of attraction. She has dedicated her life to empowering people all over the world to successfully live a life of liberty, aligned with their dreams through her effective meditative recordings and online courses. She also has her own podcast, The Power of Your Mind.In this conversation, Omar and Victoria discuss...The Power of ManifestationThe Secret Documentary & The Law of AttractionThe Influence of the Subconscious MindThe Best Investment You can Make TodayThe Power of Choice - Choosing Not ToStarting with the WordsWhat Separates the Successful from Everyone ElseWhen Will you Know the Dream can become Reality?Learning what The Law of Attraction Truly isHow Victoria assists CoachingExperential Learningand much, much more!Join the What if it Did Work Movement on Facebook