We're back with another episode in the Stop Calling Me Strong series. In S3 E2 I talk with author, speaker, and the owner of Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful Coaching, Inc., and the Evelyn Rose Collection, a plus-size boutique, Khadija Ali Wilson. Khadija talks about... how years of suppressing her feelings led to excess weight and a health crisis what she struggles with in her marriage what self-care really is her struggle with vulnerability and more Khadija and her husband Abdullah cohost the Heal to Love Podcast, where they take listeners on an intimate journey through the highs, lows, and lessons in love and healing. Connect with Khadija at www.exceptionalchildrenbook.com and www.yourkindofbeautiful.com DON'T BE SHY, CONNECT WITH ME My Offerings: https://ScheduleTimeWithDeBora.as.me/ Move Abroad Support for Black Women Over 50 https://ScheduleTimeWithDeBora.as.me/MoveAbroad Let's Conquer Loneliness Together: https://ScheduleTimeWithDeBora.as.me/ConquerLoneliness Follow me on IG SistersGatheringtoHealPodcast Do me a favor, if you enjoyed the podcast, please subscribe, share, rate & review. Thank you! Buy me a Coffee. Thank you! Get copies of my books Love Addicted: One Woman's Spiritual Journey Through Emotional Dependency, Why Did He Break Up With Me? Lessons in Love, Loss & Letting Go, and Write That Book! How to Start or Finish the Book You're Meant to Write @ Amazon Go Sisters Gathering to Heal and grab a copy of 13 Things Black Women Who Love Themselves DON'T Do And remember to love yourself FIRST and love yourself FIERCELY!
Today we talk about Psalm 27, hearing Scripture read, and what it means to be made whole. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? - What does salvation mean to you? - Why is it important to hear Scripture read aloud? Readings for next week: Start reading your favorite Psalms! Links mentioned in this episode: - Dr. Tony's summary of the Psalms (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-psalms_517.pdf) - The Bible Project (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/psalms/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast)
EP 110: Self-care is key to finding love. Get actionable advice on how to maximize your own self-care routine according to each of the five love languages. Learn different ways to recharge and replenish yourself in order for you to be open and ready for anything life throws at you, especially new love! To learn more about Crista Beck's work and the resources mentioned in this episode click here: https://cristabeck.com/the-5-love-languages-how-to-recharge-yourself-in-5-different-ways
Today on the Lauren of Love Podcast, I have an incredible story for you. A story of transformation, victory, determination, and healing. Amanda J. May (click name for her Instagram and to find other links in her bio!) is a student of mine from the HEAL. Program that graduated last year. She is a manifestation coach, spiritual healing mentor, and the founder/creator of the Manifesting Miracle Worker brand. Amanda has studied self-development, spirituality, manifestation, and everything in between for over a decade and used these principles (along with the HEAL. Program) to heal decades of substance addiction, depression, and anxiety. The Manifesting Miracle Worker brand has helped hundreds of women across the globe tap into their divine power to create the life of their dreams. In her time during the HEAL. Program work, she has overcome her addiction to alcohol, rewired her relationship with self-worth, and now with ALL of her resistance cleared she is shining in her business full force without holding back... In honor of the fact that doors are open NOW for HEAL. for the first cohort of 2023, I thought it was the perfect time to bring Amanda on the Lauren of Love Podcast to tell her story. Enjoy! *MORE ABOUT THE HEAL. PROGRAM: Doors to the 6-month transformational program HEAL. are now open until Sunday, January 29th. Inside HEAL. you will take a specific area of your life, whether it is your financial reality, your self-confidence, your relationship with health and your body, or your relationship with your partner, and you will walk it through a deep dive healing and transformation process. This is the only program you will ever need when it comes to healing yourself into your dream life. Together, we will walk through the 12-step heal method process of elevating into the highest vibration of our lives to become the best versions of ourselves. Your transformation awaits! Click HERE to learn more! Other HEAL. Graduate Episodes: EP269: Healing Her Relationship with Food, Endometriosis, & Grief in the HEAL. Program with Frances Marie EP268: HEAL. Program Graduate Brittany Healed Her Sexual Trauma and Came Home to Herself “First and foremost, I can't believe how magical this program is. Honestly from the moment you sign up. And you hear it all the time… “Oh, magic things are happening for you as soon as you sign up for the program..” No, this is it. The minute you make that decision things are going to work out for you. Things start working in your favor.” - Amanda May
What You'll Hear In This Episode:Janet had already done a lot of inner work, behavioral change, and meditation, but Lisa and Benjamin's course was different. How did Janet overcome the initial resistance to signing up and investing in the course? How working with Lisa and Benjamin helped Janet unravel her early relationships and let go of the stories she was telling herself. Janet built more trust in men for the first time and learned to be a safe space for the men in her life. How Janet's relationship with John profoundly changed and was quite literally saved. The significant changes Janet sees in her relationship with herself and the outside world. How much Janet appreciated both the practical and the spiritual nature of working with Lisa and Benjamin. Continue On Your JourneyLisa Shield | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Book a Call With LisaEmail the podcast at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi everyone, this is Tif on the Stories to Love Podcast and this is episode 59. Here with me today is Amanda Huffman.Amanda is a military veteran who served in the Air Force for six years as a Civil Engineer who served on a combat deployment with the Army in Afghanistan. She traded in her combat boots for a diaper bag to stay home with her two boys and follow her husband's military career in the Space Force. Amanda is the host of the Women of the Military podcast. There she shares the stories of women who have served or are serving in the military. The podcast has over 200 episodes and over 100K downloads. Amanda is also an author and has published two books. Her first book, Women of the Military tells the stories of 28 military women who served in the military. Her second book, A Girl's Guide to Military Service is a guide for high school girls considering military service to help them build a strong foundation for their future career. She also works as a freelance writer and has been featured in a number of military publications including The War Horse, Military.com, Military Families Magazine, Clearance Jobs, Military Spouse Magazine, and more. In this episode we talked about her why in writing A Girls Guide to Military Service, her process in tackling the topics in this book in partnership with her editor, and how her military career started because of 9/11. We also talked about doing something to fulfill a need, and what she had wanted for herself, and her journey to military women's stories. Links discussed:A Wrinkle in Time***Preorder Tif's next book WHEN JASMINE BLOOMS, a contemporary fiction inspired by Marmee of Little Women, about a woman who suffers a great tragedy, wonders 'what if' and it comes true.Note: some links are affiliate linksContact Tif at email@example.comPlease check out her website for podcast submissions
Today we're joined by the Rev. Seth Olson, Associate Rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Homewood, Ala. We look at Psalm 95 and 133, and the unity throughout the psalter. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? Readings for next week: Start reading your favorite Psalms! Links mentioned in this episode: - All Saints, Homewood (https://www.allsaintsbhm.org/staff) - Dr. Tony's summary of the Psalms (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-psalms_517.pdf) - The Bible Project (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/psalms/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast) The show music is "Silver Lining" by Brent Wood, licensed under Soundstripe
EP 109: The journey to lasting love starts from within. In this episode, Crista discusses the importance of understanding the scale of consciousness to help enhance your dating experiences and gain deeper insight into yourself. To learn more about Crista Beck's work and the resources mentioned in this episode click here: https://cristabeck.com/dating-from-a-higher-perspective-scale-of-consciousness--crista-beck/
Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations. If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued, and understood.Continue reading "Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 29 – Elena A. Petzold"
Hi everyone, this is Tif on the Stories to Love Podcast and this is episode 58. Here with me today is Camille Pagán.Camille Pagán is the #1 Amazon Charts and Washington Post bestselling author of 10 books about love, relationships, and making the most out of this wonderfully messy life. She's also a master certified coach who helps aspiring to established authors create even better careers, the host of the You Should Write a Book podcast, and the founder of Even Better Co. You can learn more about her at camillepagan.com and evenbetter.co.In this episode, Camille and I talk about her standing up for her book and her writing process, which is such gold! She also shares the path of her career from health journalist to novelist, to mentoring and coaching. And, of course, we discussed her most recent romance, Good For You.Links discussedJodi Picoult's Mad HoneyMaddie Dawson Snap Out of ItLisa Kleypas Devil in WinterCamille's Podcast: You should write a book***Preorder Tif's next book WHEN JASMINE BLOOMS, a contemporary fiction inspired by Marmee of Little Women, about a woman who suffers a great tragedy, wonders 'what if' and it comes true.Note: some links are affiliate linksContact Tif at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease check out her website for podcast submissions
Today we're joined by Dr. Tony as we dive into the biggest book of the Bible. We'll spend the rest of this semester looking at the Psalms, so let's start with the bigger picture. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? Readings for next week: Start reading your favorite Psalms! Links mentioned in this episode: - Dr. Tony's summary of the Psalms (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-psalms_517.pdf) - The Bible Project (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/psalms/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast) The show music is "Silver Lining" by Brent Wood, licensed under Soundstripe
Nationally Certified Life and Relationship Coach, Tyrone Dixon answers the following questions:I believe my wife is a narcissist. She meets all the criteria. Is there anyway I can change her? I am still in love with her and we have children. Is it ok to go back to your narcissist after 8 years of divorce?Do the feelings of a woman matter more than a man in a relationship?What do men talk about with other men? Shares the quote of the weekEmail your questions to TQLP20@gmail.comDonate to The Quality of Love Podcast - https://www.patreon.com/userUse our Code KingDixon1 for $10 off of anything on the Humble Fit Lifestyle Brand Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SairronHumbleFit?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1030625872Subscribe to The Quality of Love's YT Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoDSuc0qgocDhlW4bGmnRgQInspiration For The Nation Interview: https://youtu.be/dAgu6vdyGdsSupport the showYour quality of love = Your quality of life #Peace&Love
What if everything you wanted in life was on the other side of learning how to deeply love yourself? Today on the Lauren of Love Podcast, I am sharing the importance of self-love and the simple 3 steps you can take right now to build a better relationship with yourself. Inside the episode you'll learn: - Where lack of self-love comes from. - How our programming as children disconnects us from our worthiness (and what to do about it). - How to rewrite timelines of the things you've been through in the past. - The simple effective steps to rebuilding any relationship you have with yourself. These steps are a game changer and I am excited to share this episode with you! Today's episode is in honor of the FREE 5-day series, "Heal Yourself FREE" happening from January 16th - January 20th! Click here to join and learn more about Heal Yourself FREE!
Never Struggle With Sales Again: Identify, Attract and Close your Ideal Clients FREE MINI-COURSE http://bit.ly/3XyjvSc ===== In this episode of Selling With Love, guest Alek Angelo and host Jason Marc Campbell discuss the importance of giving abundant value as a sales strategy. Listen to the pitfalls of desperation and the key difference of competitiveness. sales. Ever wanted to raise prices? That's the fundamentals of loving yourself, your product, and your clients. If you're interested in growing your social media, consistency of action is the key. And never forget to follow up, 50% of sales people don't do it. Are you one of them? Actionable tips and practical advice throughout this episode. A must-listen for any heart-centered entrepreneur looking to increase their sales.
Hi Friends,To start off 2023 I am joined by none other than NY Times Best Selling Author Jen Hatmaker. If you don't know Jen, she's written about a bajillion books including For the Love, Of Mess and Moxie, and Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire. Her latest book Feed These People is her debut cookbook that is filled with simple recipes for the whole family. She hosts the popular For the Love Podcast and Jen Hatmaker Book Club. Her online community has millions of women who relate to her witty, honest, and vulnerable approach to life. I invited Jen on the show to kick off 2023 to talk about mindset, goal planning and of course, the Enneagram!During our conversation we talked about:The importance of mindset when it comes to setting goalsNavigating the messy seasons of life What she's learned about herself as an Enneagram 3 (aka the Achiever)We talked about the 3 types of clutter: Physical, Emotional and Calendar; Jen shares her dominant type of clutter-can you guess what it is? The start of a new year is almost always filled with expectations that we place on ourselves:Whether you are trying to lose weight, exercise more, declutter your house, get out of debt, read more, yell less… It all starts with mindset. We're hoping this year you can be a little more kind and gentle with yourself. I encourage you to share this episode with someone who needs to hear it. And if you are not already subscribed to our show, we'd love to have you join our podcast community. Search for This ORGANIZED Life Podcast on apple podcast, spotify or wherever you choose to listen. We are also on YouTube at This ORGANIZED Life.XOXO-LaurieCONNECT WITH JEN HATMAKER: WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM | PODCASTJEN'S BOOK RECOMMENDATION: Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for YourselfMake sure to check out our 2022 Reading List on Goodreads which has all of the book recommendations from previous guests!
In this episode of Selling With Love, I'll explain how to create a clear and focused plan for your business. You'll discover a powerful exercise developed by Ajit Nawalkha, co-founder of Evercoach, which helps to break down long-term goals into smaller, more manageable steps. You'll also find out the importance of moving from a reactive to a strategic mindset and the benefits of creating a one-page plan. Tune in to learn how to set heart-based goals and transform your business in the new year. =====
Today we do things a little different, and talk about our own practices. How do we approach the Bible? How do we structure our time with Scripture? How do we hope this podcast will help you? Those questions and more guide our conversation this week. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? - How do you incorporate the Bible into your life? Readings for next week: Start reading your favorite Psalms! Links mentioned in this episode: - The Bible App (https://my.bible.com/) - Jesus Calling (https://www.jesuscalling.com/) - The Bible Project (https://bibleproject.com/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast)
EP 108: This one's for all the singles out there - it's time to shift your focus away from those quick fixes and start thinking long-term when it comes to dating goals. Date smarter, not harder! To learn more about Crista Beck's work and the resources mentioned in this episode click here: https://cristabeck.com/finding-love-is-just-like-losing-weight-find-out-why/
Welcome to the first episode of 2023 on the Lauren of Love Podcast! I am so excited to be here today sharing this new episode AND... as you probably noticed, the new Lauren of Love Podcast rebrand! Over the past year, so much has changed for me and the content I've created on the podcast. I wanted to go into this new year with a look that fits the transformation I have gone through and the transformation I hope the podcast brings all of you in 2023. Let's talk about today's episode: EP303: What I Wish I Knew If I Was Starting My Healing Journey Over In this episode, I share all the powerful lessons, everything from investment decisions, dark nights of the soul, and dealing with family.. All things I wish I knew if I was starting the whole process over! I also share my perspective of what to do if you're healing more than one area of your life right now! I hope you enjoy!
Nationally Certified Life and Relationship Coach, Tyrone Dixon discusses 2022:40 Under 40 Podcaster40 Under Forty young professionalGrateful!Email your questions to TQLP20@gmail.comDonate to The Quality of Love Podcast - https://www.patreon.com/userUse our Code KingDixon1 for $10 off of anything on the Humble Fit Lifestyle Brand Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SairronHumbleFit?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1030625872Support the showYour quality of love = Your quality of life #Peace&Love
Partner with Lehigh Valley with Love! Thank you to our Partners! Made Possible in Lehigh Valley Michael Bernadyn of RE/MAX Real Estate Molly's Irish Grille & Sports Pub VIDEO VERSION: https://youtu.be/cFmzetnug_4 https://youtu.be/cFmzetnug_4 Welcome to our final Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast episode of 2022. We met with JT Norman, Business Development and Product Design and Innovation at Kitchen Magic, located in Nazareth. We learn about JT wound up in Nazareth one evening, was rescued by some local Nazarenes, got his nickname, and never looked back. We also talk about what to look for in Kitchen Remodeling in 2022 and how you can find out more about Kitchen Magic. Visit Kitchen Magic's Website GUESTS JT Norman, Business Development and Product Design Innovation, Kitchen Magic Links Kitchen Magic Website: https://www.kitchenmagic.com/ The Lehigh Valley is rich with possibilities. A proud heritage and bright future that has long attracted makers, innovators, and those with great vision. Everything you need to create the life you want… on your terms. Vibrant downtowns. Charming Main Streets with surprises around every corner. And lots of open spaces to explore. Live, work, learn, play. Discover all that's Made Possible in Lehigh Valley at lehighvalleymadepossible.com.
Today we're joined by Bird Treacy is a Godly Play trainer and Christian Formation director based in Boston. She writes a weekly Substack newsletter called Wiggles & Wonder, which offers joyful formation reflections and resources for kids, families, and the rest of us. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? Readings for next week: Nothing! Links mentioned in today's episode: - Wiggles & Wonder (https://wigglesandwonder.substack.com/) - Elizabeth Riley TikTok (https://www.tiktok.com/@therevriley) - Dr. Tony Hopkin's notes on Job (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-job_668.pdf) - The Bible Project intro to Job (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/job/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast) The show music is "Silver Lining" by Brent Wood, licensed under Soundstripe
Welcome to episode 56 of the Stories to Love podcast. It's just me and me today, as I do the wrap up of 2022. 2022 was a great year for the podcast! In this episode, I'm going to do a quick overview of who I interviewed, some things I learned, and small pivots I made during the year. Then, I'm going to announce some small changes for the podcast as we look into 2023I appreciate all who have subscribed! If you haven't, please do, and leave a rating when you can. If you'd like to support this podcast, please grab a book for you or a friend on my website at tifmarcelo.com. Happy Holidays, everyone! Note: some links are affiliate linksContact Tif at email@example.comPlease check out her website for podcast submissions
Thank you for listening to the Is This Love Podcast where Francis aka the Other Guy and Sara Nade take you through a weekly discussion of the weird and wonderful world of love and relationships. Thank you everyone for listening to our podcast this past year. We really appreciate it. So with this final episode, Sara and Francis bid you farewell with a last episode. We still answer questions, we share stories, and we end the show like we began. Wondering, is this love? SHOW LINKS: Website: https://isthislove.podbean.com/ E-mail: IsThisLovePod@gmail.com We hope you find the love you're looking for. Please support our work by contributing as little as a dollar at https://www.patreon.com/akatheotherguy Email: IsThisLovePod@gmail.com Subscribe on iTunes / Spotify / Podbean @IsThisLovePod - Twitter / Instagram / Facebook
In this episode of The Lauren of Love Podcast, I am diving into the principles inside my masterclass of the month inside the Soul Portal Membership and sharing the foundational elements of how to REDESIGN your entire reality through inner work and spiritual cultivation. We are diving into: My sacred spiritual process for how I redesigned my entire self in one year and how you can do the same at ANY point in your life. How to safely use healthy masculine structure in life and why masculine energy is so important for our wellness and personal freedom. How to identify and abandon the old programming around your self-identity that doesn't serve you to create what it is you really want in your life My 2022 year of REDESIGN - and how this method of manifestation I use in my life can support you in creating the life and outcomes your soul desires in your own 3D reality. AND the magic medicine of YES MORE, AND, and sacred NO's. If you are interested in the Soul Portal Membership, click HERE to learn more and get a FREE 30-day trial.
Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations. If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued, and understood.Continue reading "Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 28 – Matt DeHart"
Today we're joined by the Rev. Dr. Tony Hopkins, as we start looking at the Book of Job. We talk about poetry, suffering, and God's abiding presence. Questions for reflection: - Where have you encountered God this week? Readings for next week: Job 1-20 Links mentioned in today's episode: - The Rev. Dr. Tony Hopkins, Interim Senior Minister of First Baptist, Greenville, S.C. (https://firstbaptistgreenville.com/welcome-dr-tony-hopkins-interim-senior-minister/) - Dr. Tony Hopkin's notes on Job (https://www.biblelovepodcast.com/uploads/images/intro-to-job_668.pdf) - The Bible Project intro to Job (https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/job/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@biblelovepodcast) The show music is "Silver Lining" by Brent Wood, licensed under Soundstripe
In this episode, I was a guest on the Selling with Love Podcast, hosted by Jason Marc Campbell. We go deep into the Prosperous Coach Approach and the power of connecting - one person at a time. Enjoy! Love. Rich PS. For most of human history, it wasn't called coaching. It was called leadership. Download an FAQ for great leaders who want to be great coaches - with a handful of high-performing, high-fee clients. https://richlitvin.com/rules
EP 107: In this episode, Crista discusses some factors to consider when trying to figure out if someone is right for you. Spoiler alert: It's not as complicated as you may think! Tune in to find out more. To learn more about Crista Beck's work and the resources mentioned in this episode click here: https://cristabeck.com/how-long-does-it-really-take-to-know-if-someone-is-right-for-you--dating-coach-and-matchmaker-crista-beck/
Welcome to Mad.In.Love! Today we will be discussing what narcissists misunderstand about love and joining me for this conversation is Dr. Les Carter, a therapist who specializes in anger management and narcissistic personality disorder, and host of the Surviving Narcissism podcast.Join us as we dive into the topic of narcissists and love – is it even possible for these two things to coincide? If you were to ask a narcissist if they love their spouse, partner, child, parent, etc. they would answer “yes, of course!” but is their idea of love really love, or is it their own twisted idea of love? A narcissist's idea of love revolves around being thought of highly, anything that makes them feel good, and having agreement and conformity. None of these things have anything to do with real love. We'll talk about the 5 levels of relationship and what healthy love looks like.The Mad.In.Love Podcast is hosted by Dr. David Hawkins, founder and director of the Emotional Abuse Institute and the Marriage Recovery Center, best-selling author, speaker and clinical psychologist for over 40 years. Dr. Hawkins is recognized as an authority on the treatment of narcissism and emotional abuse within the context of relationships and has written over 30 books on recognizing and navigating toxic relationships, including “Dealing with the CrazyMakers in Your Life” and “When Loving Him is Hurting You.” He is a speaker & trainer for the American Association of Christian Counselors, writes for Crosswalk.com, CBN.org, and Believe.com and has made regular appearances on Moody Radio and Faith Radio. He and his team of trained experts offer online and in-person treatment programs for narcissistic and emotional abuse recovery. To learn more, contact our office at (206) 219-0145 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Resources:Surviving Narcissism with Dr. Les Carter Dr. David Hawkins
❤️ Free Mini Course - How To Identify, Attract & Close Ideal Clients https://www.jasonmarccampbell.com/mini-course-identify-attract-and-close-ideal-clients ===== Are you reaching out enough to your prospects? It is said that it takes at least 7 touch points before making a sale… So, you may be following up too little, not too much. Discover the importance of going out of your mind and stop projecting your fears onto your potential clients. Each text, each email, and each message it's a way to get to the top of their mind so when the moment is right, they'll know who to call. Listen out and discover the importance of reaching out and overcoming your fears of sales. =====
Today we talk with Tamara Plummer, host of the Pursuing Call podcast an all-around amazing lay leader in the church. We look at the real purpose of Scripture, wrestling with God, and what we wished we learned in Sunday school. Readings for next week: Job Links mentioned in today's episode: - Pursuing Call (https://pursuingacall.wordpress.com/) - Check us out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQt8M5fw3DImMNZKCHgBRNw) The show music is "Silver Lining" by Brent Wood, licensed under Soundstripe
Nationally Certified Life and Relationship Coach, Tyrone Dixon answers the following questions:How do I make sure I never met another narcissist? What is the longest time you haven't heard from your ex narcissist?What can I do to make my partner stop cheating?If your ex BF went "no contact" on you and stopped communicating with you, does that mean he doesn't love you anymore? Shares the quote of the weekEmail your questions to TQLP20@gmail.comDonate to The Quality of Love Podcast - https://www.patreon.com/userUse our Code KingDixon1 for $10 off of anything on the Humble Fit Lifestyle Brand Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SairronHumbleFit?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1030625872Subscribe to The Quality of Love's YT Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoDSuc0qgocDhlW4bGmnRgQInspiration For The Nation Interview: https://youtu.be/dAgu6vdyGdsSupport the showYour quality of love = Your quality of life #Peace&Love
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Want to share your insights and get feedback? Join the LinkedIn Community and discover everything that we are doing for our members: https://www.notion.so/Jason-Marc-Campbell-3c26858e787d415697dbfc026f113530 ===== Do you get frustrated because it seems that you're doing all the work but the numbers don't adjust? Well, it may be that you're measuring the wrong things. In this episode, you'll learn the difference between Leading and Lagging Indicators and why it's important that you measure both of them. The key here is to measure the right things and have clear indicators of the progress you can control vs. those results that can appear sooner or later. Listen closely and discover how to rebump your traffic and conversions by doing the set of activities that move the needle forwards. =====
Let's get into the nitty gritty of our holiday traditions—real tree or a fake tree? Love egg nog or hate it? Decorating to the hilt or like to keep it minimalist? In this kickoff episode of our Untraditional Traditions series, we're doing a deep dive into some of the traditions many of us may observe at the holidays, and a few we might want to try! Like, how many of you put up your Christmas tree at Halloween and take it down on Valentine's Day? Well, our guest this week does and he just gave us all permission to do that same (you're welcome). Because that's the fun thing about traditions—we can take the ones that mean the most to us and build off them to create something that really reflects who we are. And if our old traditions leave us feeling flat, there are always new things to explore. Brian Earl, the host of the “Christmas Past” podcast is the perfect guide as we begin this series. Brian dedicates hours of research to uncovering the roots behind many of our beloved (and maybe to some, annoying) holiday traditions. Ever wonder why we put up a Christmas tree in the first place? He lays it out for us, along with many other interesting facts around traditions. Also, he and Jen reminisce about being kids in the 70's, 80's and 90's and the nostalgia around gifts we received and the Christmas commercials that used to barrage us on TV. (Rubik's Cube, anyone? How about Teddy Ruxpin)? As they wind through the nostalgia of traditions past, Jen and Brian also talk about creating new traditions, and how valuable those are and will become to us and our people. Brian's years of research have resulted in a book about all the fascinating, sometimes really surprising stories behind our holiday traditions, why we should care about them, and what they mean. Get into the spirit of the holidays as we wax nostalgic and dream of new ways to celebrate the season. * * * Thank you to our sponsors! BetterHelp | Visit BetterHelp.com/forthelove and get 10% off your first month Chime | Sign up for your Chime Credit Builder Visa Credit Card today Chime.com/ForTheLove Feed These People | Order Jen's new cookbook and get free extra recipes, cooking videos, and more at jenhatmaker.com/feedthesepeople. Available now! Thought-Provoking Quotes “I grew up in the '70s and '80s. Those are two decades that I feel like produced maybe twice their fair share of popular culture. And all of that worked its way into Christmas.” - Brian Earl “Christmas for your great-great-grandparents was very different from what we celebrate. They would take a look at our celebration and sort of recognize it as Christmas, but not really.” - Brian Earl “During the Christmas season, anything in my community that's going on, any Christmas thing, we're always running around to it, and [my wife] gets a little tired, because she loves Christmas too, but very few people love it as much as I do.” - Brian Earl “Every year we write the next chapter in the story of Christmas. And I mean that on a small scale–you write the next chapter in your family's Christmas. But then collectively, with changing our behaviors, and just what kinds of things we want as a culture for Christmas, we write the next chapter collectively as the larger Christmas-celebrating community.” - Brian Earl Guest's Links Brian's Website Brian's Instagram Brian's Facebook The Christmas Past Podcast Resources Mentioned in This Episode For the Love Podcast episode with “Deck the Hallmark” Christmas Past: The Fascinating Stories Behind Our Favorite Holiday's Traditions by Brian Earl Connect with Jen!Jen's website Jen's Instagram Jen's Twitter Jen's Facebook Jen's YouTube