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In the year 2020, 42% of physicians reported feeling burnt out. Roughly one physician dies every day by suicide which is double the rate of general population. There is help. Sometimes we need to reach out, sometimes we need to reflect, be mindful, and help ourselves become more resilient. Sometimes we need to live a more aligned life with our values and purpose. Sometimes we need to focus on a greater good which helps us get a different perspective on life altogether. My "Living Intentionally" Coaching and mindfulness program sets the stage to help you get there. Learn more at www.drfaryal.com. In this week's podcast, I'll talk about what it means to move from one stage of life to another and focus on living a purpose driven life to help us bend and not break. What does it mean to focus less on success and more on living a valued aligned life? If you are having suicidal thoughts: Ask for help. 1.800.273.8255.
Hey Unpacked Nation, we are back with another episode, and this week we are digging deep on the topic: Are We Addicted to Normal? We were inspired by an episode of Aubrey Marcus and his YouTube episode: How Suffering Is Part of Your Advantage with Rich Roll We open up about how we feel when it comes to moving past the struggle in life, to living comfortably, and how that is impactful on our success in the chapter in our lives. We break down the action we plan on taking to overcome our weaknesses and how we will let go of what is holding us back in a public and transparent way. This week's AITB comes from Reddit where a user asks if not seeking help for addiction makes them 'The Butthole'. Thanks for tuning in, remember to subscribe and share this episode! We love hearing from you. Contact us with your Am I the Butthole?/Advice questions, give us your feedback and tell us if there is anything you want to hear: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to have added a resource page for this episode, if you need help, please reach out. We're thankful you tuned in… You can find us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts including, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, iHeartRadio, Spotify, subscribe, rate, review, and be sure to share this podcast!
The Monologue: A good Samaritan gets her car stolen while trying to help out. The Interview: Winlock Mayor Brandon Svenson is demanding Governor Jay Inslee submit to mental health evaluation. The Monologue: Businesses want Seattle to take action against the growing homeless camps. The Interview: Sen. Mike Padden stops by to discuss an effort by Washington lawmakers to empty prison cells and return convicted felons to the street. LongForm: Sen. Marsha Blackburn is calling for an investigation into Facebook on the damage their product does to kids, plus she weighs in on Biden's vaccine mandates and Gen Mark Milley's reported conduct to undercut the president. Quick Hits:WSP won't accommodate religious exemption requests. The Last Rantz: Don't take out anger on the workers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast episode, Kiyomi talks about how uncertainty, although uncomfortable and sometimes scary, can be a good thing. She speaks about how her current events in her life have been pushing her grow and how to make uncertainty work for you. Instead of seeing it as something scary, uncertainty can push you into your deepest growth, expansion and awakening.
Erica Padilla-Chavez was born in Watsonville, CA and graduated from Watsonville High School. She attended the University of California, Berkeley where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Master of Public Administration from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. She is an alum of USC's Behavioral Health Solutions Leadership Institute.Erica's career has embodied a commitment to advancement of opportunities for all people, particularly the disenfranchised. Erica has a history of facilitating collaborations that can impact positive changes in communities to advance wellness. She has served as a behavioral health and population health manager in county systems and is now proudly the CEO of Pajaro Valley Prevention & Student Assistance, Inc., an organization that provides behavioral health and youth prevention services to over 7,000 youth and their families in. Erica is an advocate for addressing equity in access and delivery of behavioral health services and believes that all sectors play a role in ensuring that all children and families thrive.
This week things take a personal turn as we explore the relationship between mental health and video games. How and at what level of quality has it been depicted in games? How can gaming positively impact our mental health? What experiences have we had, where we have found our beloved medium helpful?
Welcome to this week's episode of Bachademia! We have a very special guest, Nicole Dick...Danielle's sister! Nicole what should we know about you??If you had to spend one year on a deserted island with a contest from this season of BiP who would it be and why? Show your work. The angry Mob continues to rage on the beach. Everyone is talking about how Brendan did Natasha. The group then gets Big Brother Joe to talk to Brendan. The tribunal sits down with Brendan and Pieper and begins the accusing. Brendan tries to start off with a really chill affable vibe, he makes excuses then he gets defense and accuses them of creating the rule book. He calls the women disgruntled females….First - who is in-charge of the by-laws committed on the islandSecond - thoughts on Brendan's train of behavior? Does referring to women as “females” make ya'll cringe as much as it makes me cringe? Pieper then tells everyone she was totally there to meet Brendan. I appreciate her honestyAfter the dust up, Pieper basically says she was totally there to get more followers, but she could have done it on her own. Bold statementJoe informs the Inquisition that the most they can do is tell them to leave and make them feel unwanted, basically what we all did to kids at our junior high school lunch table. Brendan and Pieper leave...Brendan's parting words...I didn't want to mislead anyone, I just intentionally withheld information...chef kiss.Riley and Maurissa eat whip cream off each other's bodyparts. Twitter and Co-Host Kim lose their mind with the level of disgusting. Wells proclaims if you can eat whip cream off your partner's toes, you can get married, I can find now research to confirm this.It strikes midnight and Tammy has a birthday. And much like Cinderella, at midnight Tammy's magical night ends. Tammy tells she likes him, he says he has other interests. Tammy confess her love to him even calling him her best friend, Thomas goes emotional robot & just kind of is like...this sucks for you, Imma go kiss Becca.“I have horrible birthdays, last year I got COVID on my birthday and this is 10x worse..” TammyRose ceremony. Wells gives Nathasha (she gained 350K followers over the course of this debacle) a rose because she got screwed. Not Jessenia though???Riley & Maurissa, Serena & JOe, Ivan & Kendall, Noah & Abigail, Kenny & Mari, James & TIa, Thomas & Becca, & Aaron & Chelsea all couple up. Demi, Jessenia, Tammy and Deandra go home. Tammy eats a giant cupcake, Demi is confused why people don't want her (Joe has an insightful comment about Demi)… Words for the departed?Blake enters the room. No one knows what season he was on...frankly I don't think he was and the producers are Gaslighting us…One I love Tia pairing of correct anatomical words with quirky descriptors of what they are doing, 2- Thoughts on this pairing?Dr Joe enters the chat. He is as charming and quirky as we thought. Him and Natasha hit it off...but there is a catch. Brendan and Joe are in a platonic bromance.This date was going awesome, until Brendan came up (insert record screech)Joe kind of mumbles his way through the impact on the relaBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Leslie Weirich lost her son to suicide during his junior year at Wabash College. Austin was a star athlete and stellar student with no indication of suicidal ideation. Left with questions and an aching heart, Leslie embarked on a journey to go upstream and create a network of support for adolescents to build their resilience to life. She realizes that suicide is stigmatized and her hope is that by sharing Austin's story she will get people talking and working toward a common goal of ending young adult suicide. https://sourcesofstrength.org/https://leslieshope.org/https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/2018/09/25/wabash-college-football-suicides/1404765002/
In today's episode my wife Téa joins me as we discuss an exercise that we feel is incredibly important for everyone at this point in time. There are so many situations in the world right now stirring up a myriad of emotions for people including fear, worry, frustration, overwhelm and so many more. Join us as Téa and I share with you a key question to ponder followed by an enlightening process to use the next time you come across something that scares you. Highlights Discover a key exercise that will help you transform the world around you. learn the inter-relationship between the macrocosm and the microcosm. Try out a fun exercise that will assist you in moving through uncomfortable emotions. Discover the relationship between belief systems and consciousness.
Do you find yourself feeling insecure when your partner wants something that feels scary to you? What do you do in those moments? Do you shut them down, or do you shut down? Tune into this episode where we share about Erika's birthday desires, and how we came to a win/win for both of us. Get a Love Amplifier Action that will give you support in how to create space for a win/win in your relationship. find us: lesbiansinlove.com IG: @twolesbiansinlove FB Group: https://bit.ly/3tMq6dd
Who's your ideal client and what's the biggest challenge they face?What are the common mistakes people make when trying to solve that problem?What is one valuable free action that our audience can implement that will help with that issue?What is one valuable free resource that you can direct people to that will help with that issue?What's the one question I should have asked you that would be of great value to our audience?When was the last time you experienced Goosebumps with your family and why?Mickie has created a FREE video Master Class on how to create a winning PR strategy, based on the PR campaigns of his most successful clients: Get it HEREGet in touch with Mickie: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn,Pinterest, YouTubeLearn more about how Uwe helps in-demand professionals and their VIPs to get back their family mojo, double their financial security, and live in abundance in all areas of their life (without feeling guilty or constantly questioning themselves): Visit www.uwedockhorn.com. Or when you feel you'd be interested in working together you can Book A Chat With Uwe
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Today we talk about suicide prevention with The Mental Health Comedian, Frank King. Why is this comedian talking about suicide???? Frank King, Suicide Prevention speaker and Trainer was a writer for The Tonight Show for 20 years. He's fought a lifetime battle with Major Depressive Disorder and Chronic Suicidality, turning that long dark journey of the soul into 6 TEDx Talks and sharing his lifesaving insights on Mental Health Awareness with associations, corporations, and colleges. Depression and suicide run in his family. He's thought about killing himself more times than he can count. A Motivational Public Speaker who uses his life lessons to start the conversation giving people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide. And doing it by coming out, as it were, and standing in his truth, and doing it with humor. He believes that where there is humor there is hope, where there is laughter there is life, nobody dies laughing. The right person, at the right time, with the right information, can save a life. NOTE: Call or text Frank if you find yourself in a situation of having suicidal thoughts - he cares 858-405-5653 Learn more about Frank at any of the links below and share this message with those you care about ALSO, learn more about Frank and his TedX coaching at www.manifestandmonetize.com for this amazing Summit http://www.TheMentalHealthComedian.com http://www.YourTEDxCoach.com http://www.facebook.com/thementalhealthcomedian http://www.instagram.com/mentalhealthcomedian http://www.twitter.com/theMHcomedian https://www.youtube.com/thementalhealthcomedian https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkingthemhcomedian Born to Be Funny https://youtu.be/mugOzr6ItFk Mental With Benefits https://youtu.be/mCnsHSdAn48 A Matter of Laugh or Death https://youtu.be/IeMg6OFYfU0 Suicide, The Secret of My Success https://youtu.be/3D4m33DXtsI
I sit down with Laurel Braitman - well, she is actually phoning in from the Alaskan wilderness! What an amazing human. Laurel Braitman PhD is a New York Times bestselling author, historian and anthropologist of science. She is the first Writer-in-Residence and the Director of Writing and Storytelling at the Medicine & the Muse Program at the Stanford University School of Medicine where she is helping medical students and physicians communicate more meaningfully--for themselves and their patients. She holds a PhD in Science, Technology and Society from MIT, is a Senior TED Fellow and a 2019 National Geographic Explorer. Her last book, Animal Madness, was a NYT bestseller and has been translated into eight languages. Her next book House of the Heart, (forthcoming, Simon & Schuster) is about growing up, mortality and how we might live with the perspective of a terminal disease without the dire prognosis. Her work has been featured on the BBC, NPR, Good Morning America and Al Jazeera. Her stories have appeared in The Guardian, on Radiolab, in The Wall Street Journal, Wired, National Geographic and other publications.Laurel and I connected easily and instantly. Listen in as we talk about her work and soon to be published book about growing up with a father facing a dire prognosis and how this shaped the way she lives her life.
As you may know if you're a long-time listener, mental health is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. With September being National Suicide Prevention Month, I wanted to do an episode focused on mental health in the agriculture context. So I reached out to Ted Matthews. He has spend his career working with farm and ranch families and now works as a counselor and director of the Rural Minnesota Mental Health Specialists. This organization is state funded and offers counseling to farmers and rural residents in Minnesota free of charge. Ted joined me on this podcast to talk about the importance of prioritizing mental health, what unique stressors face farm and ranch families, and some tips for those involved in agriculture. Ted's Contact Information (Phone) 320-266-2390 Website Links to Topics Mentioned on the Show Minnesota Farm & Rural Helpline: 833-600-2670 Ted's You Tube channel National Ag Law Center compilation of mental health resources by state National suicide prevention hotline Prior mental health podcast with Adrienne DeSutter Prior mental health podcast with Lesley Kelly Thank you to our Sponsors! Capital Farm Credit Texas Corn Producers Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Ag Workers Insurance Lone Star Ag Credit
Author, Fitness Celebrity, Proud Father, and Podcaster, Drew Manning is a true embodiment of how to turn one's vulnerability into their strength. Having grown up in a restrictive religion his upbringing made him believe that the only way to be truly happy was to be "perfect." In this episode #039 of The Mankind Project, Drew shares how it took hitting rock bottom through destructive behaviors such as addiction and infidelity to truly find himself. That only by removing his masks, accepting his faults, and embracing his vulnerability would he be able to find true fulfillment and happiness.You're Going To Love This Episode if:You have been raised to BE a certain way that doesn't feel natural to you.You are wanting to explore and embrace your vulnerability as a man.You're looking to transform parts of your life but unsure of how to get there.Show Highlights[06:26] Interview Starts[15:00] The Healthy way to approach a physical health transformation.[25:28] Drew's remarkable story of hitting rock bottom.[33:15] The true powering of Vulnerability and how to turn it into your strength.Loved Drew? You Can Find Out More Here:Drew's Website: Fit2Fat2Fit.comDrew's Story: (Episode 100 of Fit2Fat2Fit Experience)Drew's Podcast: (Fit2Fat2Fit Experience)The Men's Work Introduction:JOIN The Men's Work: The Men's Work Additional Resources:Subscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE
Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comGuest: Virginia HollemanShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/79Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comWhen Virginia Holleman's son finally entered in-patient treatment for his substance use, she thought things would get easier, especially since her company-sponsored insurance covered his treatment. Or so she thought.The nightmare Virginia went through with her insurance company and their denial of her son's treatment isn't unique, but what is unique is the fact that this momma is an insurance coverage lawyer and now an advocate for parity - meaning substance use and mental health treatment has to be covered in the same way as any other illness. This episode will be extremely helpful if you're a parent considering treatment for your son or daughter, or if they're currently in a program. You'll learn about the Federal Parity Act, what it means, how it's relevant to your situation, and what you can do to have the best chance at getting your child's treatment covered.
In recognition of National Physician Suicide Awareness Day, AMA CXO Todd Unger discusses physician suicide with Corey and Jennifer Feist, founders of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes' Foundation that aims to reduce burnout of health care professionals and safeguard their well-being.
What if I wasn't worried about money? I go into the costs of this whole venture so far and what would I do if I wasn't concerned about money? I'm definitely thinking about what I might loose vs what's to gain. And I tease the idea of “keep who I can help in focus.” Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Mischa Z: 00:09 That was awesome. Timestamp 8 45 and 38 seconds PM. On this episode, my two topics are, what if I wasn't worried about money and keep who I can help in focus. It is time to up grade, not upgrade renew my yearly, excuse me. Oh my gosh. So rude. How rude is that? I apologize. podcast audience for my rude yawning. What if I wasn't worried about money? It's time for me to renew my yearly coaching program with Russell Brunson's 2CCX Two Comma Club X. I'm not sure where I ended up here. Um, all of a sudden the zoom went dead. So anyway, I was saying my internet died or I, gosh, I'm tired. It's only 8:48 PM and I'm exhausted. This whole entrepreneurial stuff is, uh, sure is a lot of work.Mischa Z: 02:51 And by the way, I'm with my $2,000 revenue. So I've got 998,000 to go the 2000. It's not quite 2000. Cause as I was saying, I had a couple of refunds due to somebody, um, purchasing three tickets on accident. And so of course I've invested some money into hiring a who to help me, um, build out the funnels. So definitely, uh, that along with, um, you know, the yearly coaching and with, uh, with, um, some tech, a bunch of monthly text subscriptions, G suite Vimeo, Bitly Canva, oh my gosh. The list, the list of them's awesome. I can't even keep track honestly. Um, you know, investing in our work logos, um,LLC'ing all the stuff. It's been a year of financial investment with no, no immediate reward. Usually my ventures there's cash flows sooner rather than later. Great thing about the mortgage business is I was very fortunate since I was good at it. Most of the companies funded in my marketing campaigns, but I never really had my own business. I did own well. That's subjective. No, uh, is subjective the right word.Mischa Z: 04:46 Um, the list, right? So, you know, that's, uh, you can bring your mortgage customer list around, but hard to sell it, perhaps the less you golly, I am sorry. Start a company, which I did try, but that all, that was a tough time. I, I think I did a podcast episode about that about if not, I'll do one anyway, I started a net branch, which I, it doesn't matter. Just know that it did not... Circumstances did not allow it to thrive and succeed. So I had some pivoting where the heck, what the heck was I talking about? Oh, so what if I, what if I wasn't worried about money? So it's time to re up and, um, I'm looking at another, you know, large financial outflow. It's probably why I'm yawning. Cause it's not exciting to talk about, but you know, Hemming and hawing and talking to source universe, whatever. And,Speaker 2: 05:58 And, uh, and, um, you know, the thought came to me, what would I do if I wasn't concerned about money? If I didn't care about the financial aspect of it, I'd probably just I'd have already renewed for next year. I'll be perfectly honest with you if I didn't have the limiting belief or the fear of, of finances, financial insecurity, right. So that can mean a few things. And I definitely think this is a worthy conversation. One is that, uh, you know, I invest the money and I have no financial return from that directly. And then it's perhaps could be perceived as a waste of money, shall we say? Um, but what if I didn't care? What if I was like, Hey, this is super fun. I'm learning a lot. It's awesome. Great. No financial validation comes as a reward or, or it's a losing proposition on a balance sheet. What If I didn't care. And I was like, yeah, it's an education. Heck with it, get paid to go to school. Or, and what if there was no direct correlation to further financial success? So I couldn't be like, oh yeah, I learned all this stuff. Although I didn't monetize directly, at least I could tie it to, oh, I got a job or this or that. Right.Speaker 2: 07:39 And then there's also the idea that, you know, it could very well being an investment that does monetize at some point. What would I do if I knew that the payoff was there? Would I do it? Heck yeah, I do it right. So these are interesting thoughts to contemplate. I'm definitely very clear in my head that I was like, oh, if I didn't care about money, honestly, like if I didn't care hacky, I do it. Cause it's kind of fun. It's stretching me learning a lot. So I was like, is that the tell to just do it right? Is that the tell or I don't know. I know it's interesting. So I'm contemplating it realistically. I probably will sign up again, but I'm definitely thinking, wondering, um, and, and this lack, it also is tied to this idea of lack, like looking at what... I interviewed this guy. I can't remember his name. Yes. I can. Francis Piche. Francis Piche.Mischa Z: 08:55 French dude, but he just, coincidentally, I interviewed him a couple of days ago. He said...Mischa Z: 09:02 You know, this, the whole idea of limiting belief of like, he was telling me a story about how he was worried about money. And so didn't make the decision to pivot and take a trip or invest in some class or something. I can't remember exactly what it was, but, um, it came back around 10 years later, the same scenario and he had some regrets by not doing it. And the same scenario came back to him and he found himself with the same reasons why not to do the thing. And he's like, oh my God, it hit me. Like, I was worried about what I was gonna lose, what I was gonna lose versus what I might gain. And, uh, as soon as I realized that I had signed on and I took the trip wherever it was. And of course the connections or the things that came of it were powerful and well-worth whatever financial investment he put into the trip. So I was like listening that I'm like, oh yeah, I'm definitely thinking about as far as the coaching is concerned, what I may lose versus what's to gain.Mischa Z: 10:24 And, um, so it's a sort of a lack, a lack mentality versus an abundance mentality, I think is how people might say that. Um, and then also like there's some other interesting things around it. Um, those are the main points. The other ones are sort of fleeting in my mind right now, but it's like this idea of sticking with it, you know, um, not wanting to look bad, not wanting to fail, you know, not... Seeing, I'm definitely seeing the, the downsides of things. Like I'll never come up with a product good enough to work, whether it's coaching, informational products, physical products, like I've got nothing that can work, but not just trusting that something might come of something might actually might drop, drop in and be like, here's this. Right? So, um, just fear of some just air and out some fears, I believe we would call that a little bit wound the wound versus scarred, but, um, heck with it, I say. Welcome to the journey. I am probably past trying to be cognizant of timing of, of, um, my episodes these days, for whatever reason. And so I believe I'm on or about the eight minute mark. So I will save, keep who I can help in focus, keep that in my mind's eye. That's definitely helping me with this decision as well. So I want to address that next step aside. Okay.Mischa Z: 12:30 So we've done. What if I wasn't worried about money and what if I wasn't worried about money? I would be all in on the gear number two of the coaching, because it's been awesome and amazing, and I've learned so much, but I do have fear financial fears.
We're revisiting some of the best episodes from the show while I'm out on maternity leave and today's conversation with Amber Burns is one of my top picks! Amber is a freelance writer, content creator, book nerd… and she even has her own podcast, called Thank You For Asking. She's seriously one of my favorite people to follow online and I think you're going to love her too. This conversation offers an inspiring look at mental health, intuition, and creativity. → Access the show notes for today's episode here: https://www.kaileenelise.com/podcast/amber-burns
Scout interviews Gina DeVee, author of The Audacity to be Queen about playing big, designing your dream mindset, growing out of versions of yourself, and how to rely on God and The Universe for your manifestations. You can get Gina's book, The Audacity to be Queen, here. You can get Scout's book, The Emotional Entrepreneur, here. GET OUR MERCH HERE :) JOIN OUR COMMUNITY CENTER ON GENEVA! SUBSCRIBE to the new Okay Sis newsletter here- TGIM is about to take on a whole new meaning! Website: www.okaysispodcast.com Follow us! Gina: @ginadevee Scout: @scoutsobel Okay Sis: @okaysispodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sylvia connects with listeners to close out Season I of the When Women Fly podcast, and to introduce Season II launching Tuesday, September 21st.In our nearly 50 episodes and 10,000 downloads, this project has continued to iterate and take on new meaning. A special thanks to each one of our guests, our listeners, and everyone who has shown up to make this project possible.Join us for Season II as we continue to share the stories of women who are shining examples of what's possible When Women Fly, literally and metaphorically. Believe in the transformative power of change. Be bold, be brave, and fly! See you in Season II.Want to connect? Visit us online and signup for the monthly WWF newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael speaks with Marketing Guru and Jump Into Monday CEO Chelsy Cardin about drastic change in environment, fear of the Unknown and going from Corporate to Entrepreneur SUPER DETAIL-ORIENTED, TYPE-A, AND THE QUEEN OF KEEPING A PRIORITIZED TO-DO LISTI'm creative, yet business savvy. Professional, yet casual. Laser focused yet can pivot in an instant. Big picture visionary yet focused on every step of the process. Marketing is my passion. From SEO and web design, to blogging, branding, and social media, each piece fits together to complete your marketing strategy. Whether you need help with the entire puzzle, or just a piece or two, I'm the missing piece you've been looking for.I have an MBA in Marketing, a BFA in Visual Communications, and over 18 years of professional experience. I've taught college level marketing courses for the past 12 years and worked with countless clients over the years from the commercial real estate industry, to property developers, to fitness professionals, to artists and small local businesses.Connect with Chelsy here - https://www.jumpintomonday.com/About the Crushing Your Fear PodcastBioMichael is an Entrepreneur who has started multiple revenue generating companies both in the US and Europe. He currently hosts two Podcasts (Crushing Your Fear and Craft Beer Storm) and has learned to conquer Fear through leaving the past behind, learning from it and adopting Gratitude and a Positive outlook for the future. On his Crushing Your Fear Podcast, Michael explains "We live in a Society of Fear. Everywhere we turn, fear is there. Most people we know are affected by fear in one form or another. We ourselves are consumed by fear - we can't move forward - we wont take chances - we "fear' what others may "think" of us - and on and on and on. Enough! There is another way. We explore different areas in society, flush out the manipulation and empower you to overcome fear. Our guests are experts and give you the insight and tools needed to identify and conquer fear. So join us and Crush Your Fear..."Michael BearaHostCrushing Your Fear Podcastmichael@crushingyourfear.comWebsite: http://www.crushingyourfear.com/Instagram: @crushingyourfearFacebook: @crushingyourfearTwitter: @crushingfearTik Tok: @crushingyourfearSubscribe to our Podcast!iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crushing-your-fear/id1465751659Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/craft-beer-storm/crushing-your-fear
The guys discuss whether a therapist can hide a Dissociated Identity Disorder diagnosis, dealing with financial resentment of a siblings success and how to handle violent fantasies. Vote Jim for Best of Las Vegas at www.VoteJim.netCheck out Dr. Jim's book "Dadvice: 50 Fatherly Life Lessons" at www.DadviceBook.com Join us at www.Patreon.com/Therapy to access our pre show hang out, psychology movie nights, book clubs, monthly interviews, and special side projects. Grab some swag at our store, www.PodTherapyBaitShop.com Share this episode easily: https://www.spreaker.com/user/10313270/pt193-spreakerSubmit questions to:www.PodTherapy.netPodTherapyGuys@gmail.comFollow us on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/PodTherapywww.Instagram.com/PodTherapyGuyswww.Twitter.com/PodTherapyGuys
One leg short of a full tri-pod, two of the hosts geek out a little to hard over double murder coverage and one twisted mental hospital with too many "forensic patients". Veer off course with Meg and Nicole and explore the series of unfortunate events in Texarkana's history. Then dive into the history of Patton State Hospital, a mental hospital / prison for the criminally insane built on tribal land (because nothing could go wrong in that scenario, right? ) Join us for another fun, wit packed episode of Dark Chatter!
We've heard it before. "Therapy can't work for me! My problems are too complicated!" Or "My friends know me better." Or a million other reasons why people are skeptical to reach out to a mental health professional. In terms of suicide prevention, you've got to be willing to give help a chance. It's quite common for people, even suicidal people, to drop out of therapy after only a couple of sessions. Like any other endeavor, in order for therapy to be successful, you've got to put in the work. Research backs this up. Therapy can benefit everyone, including you.
The Sensorium Institute's Social Media:Instagramwww.thesensoriuminstitute.comSocial Takeout Social Media:PatreonTikTokFacebookInstaResources:Student wellness in the US:https://youtu.be/greLO-RIQFsWellness Wheelhttps://www.ginger.com/activities/wellness-wheelWellness app made for and by POChttps://www.theshineapp.com/13 Wellness practices you can do in 5min or lesshttps://camillestyles.com/wellness/13-wellness-practices-you-can-do-in-5-minutes-or-less/The courage to be dislikedhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43306206-the-courage-to-be-dislikedFrientimacy: Deepen friendships lifelong happinesshttps://www.amazon.com/Frientimacy-Deepen-Friendships-Lifelong-Happiness/dp/1580056075Black women in wellnesshttps://www.thegoodtrade.com/features/black-women-in-wellnessGlobal Wellness Institute - What is Wellness? https://globalwellnessinstitute.org/what-is-wellness/Black children have access to just 1 cent for every dollar enjoyed by their white counterparts, new research shows, and Hispanic kids fare little betterhttps://www.theguardian.com/inequality/2021/sep/02/us-wealth-inequality-black-hispanic-childrenNational Queer and Trans Therapists of Colorhttps://summaeverythang.org
As we continue our 4-part series together, Dr. Lisa Lewis is back with me to discuss using strength training and exercise as ways to improve our mental health. Dr. Lisa talks about the chemical changes that happen between the brain and body when we incorporate movement into our lives, how it can be used in place of or as a complement to medication, and why it's so effective. To learn more about Dr. Lisa's work: www.drlewisconsulting.com www.instagram.com/drlewisconsulting To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
In Episode 47, we are re-casting our episode with Brad Miller, Founder of Soccer Resilience, Clinical Psychologist, and former Wake Forest soccer player, who talks with Phil about the four pillars of soccer resilience, how we can address anxiety and depression in sports, resetting and retraining our brains, fixed vs. growth mindsets, and whether we actually do play like we practice. Specifically, Brad discusses: His story and how he developed his passion for soccer, sports psychology, and leadership (2:11) The four pillars of soccer resilience (8:59) Anxiety and depression in sports and beyond (17:08) Why it's important to know that “it's not a you issue, it's a brain issue,” and what that means (22:14) Resetting and retraining our brain, and what that looks like in practice (26:13) The concept of “what you celebrate, you practice,” and how it relates to the mindfulness conversation (38:03) Fixed vs. Growth mindset and what it has to do with soccer (46:02) Is it really true that you play like you practice? (58:01) Can we recreate the stress and pressure of a penalty kick in training? (1:01:26) How Brad has used the principles from soccer in his marriage, parenting, and other areas of life (1:05:03) Brad's book recommendations (1:09:11) Resources and Links from this Episode Soccer Resilience website – soccerresilience.com Soccer Resilience YouTube channel -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUQEXctanLbfHYfTNfSOUig Uncut Video of the Episode – https://youtu.be/KYVQLmQCah4 HSEL Facebook Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/howsoccerexplainsleadership Phil on Clubhouse -- @phildarke Mindset, by Carol Dweck Switch on Your Brain, by Caroline Leaf Start With Why, by Simon Sinek “Start with Why” TED Talk -- https://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action?language=en Think Orphan Podcast episode with Caroline Leaf -- https://thinkorphan.com/2020/10/27/episode-156-recast-caroline-leaf-switch-on-your-brain/ The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg Atomic Habits, by James Clear Grit, by Angela Duckworth David and Goliath, by Malcolm Gladwell
Taylor is joined by Dr. Donna Oriowo, author, speaker, and certified sex therapist, to discuss how colorism and white supremacy show up in the bedroom. Dr. Oriowo works specifically with black women unpacking the impacts that the systems of white supremacy and patriarchy have on their relational and sexual lives. Taylor discusses how colorism showed up on the recent Bachelor in Paradise drama. Let's Talk About It Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/letstalkaboutit_podcast Dr Donna Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.donnaoriowo Dr Donna Website: https://www.donnaoriowo.com Therapy with Dr. Donna: https://www.annodright.com Get an extended 30 day free trial at https://www.dipseastories.com/taylor More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Are you codependent? Michaela explores the relationship between empaths and codependency. She deep dives with her unique take on how highly sensitive people deal with altering their behavior to fit the needs of others. Micheala discusses how empaths can learn to successfully live with their codependent tendencies and lessen their chances of being manipulated by them instead. Michaela and Scott discuss how it's impossible to conduct small talk these days after entering a more 5d world of conversation! Mystic Michaela Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysticmichaela Mystic Michaela Website: https://www.mysticmichaela.com Mystic Michaela Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2093029197406168 Mystic Michaela Podcast Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-your-aura-with-mystic-michaela/id1477126939 Mystic Michaela Bonus Episode - Every Aura Color Explained: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-every-aura-color-explained/id1477126939?i=1000479357880 Get $10 cashback on your first transaction of $20 or more when using Paypal or Venmo app at your local CVS! https://www.paypal.com/kya Find out how you can lower your monthly payments today at https://www.upstart.com/kya Get 20% off your first order at https://www.sakara.com/kya Get 30 days free at https://www.dipseastories.com/kya More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Schools Back In Session!! Welcome back to the new season of the Listen Boys And Girls Podcast “Walking in Wisdom.” There will be one weekly episode each Wednesday. A wonderful walk through a topic of interest. Each week will have a different theme; some weeks we will have guests, some weeks we will have entertainment, but EVERY week will have a purposeful good time! This week we're talking about Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. The wisdom of wellness. We are all human with frailties and fears. What we don't all exhibit is the grace to allow a vulnerable soul to be human in front of us and ask for the help the need to figure things out. This is a topic close to my heart for many reason. I'm delighted to have you join the journey. Whether you're returning or just connecting for the first time, I'm glad to have you! Learning, sharing, growing… it's a great way to start and end the day! The new episode aired today! Press play and experience a little walk with me…
Justin and Eddie take a dive into the world of advertisements to children. Companies spend 12 billion dollars a year to influence the psychology and preferences of kids. They discuss what impact that is having on our society.
This week we are joined by friend of the show and therapist Caitlyn Wallace. She explains her journey into becoming a therapist, how mental health is part of your physical health and how difficult it is to address trauma.
According to Bob Woodward's upcoming book, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley called Speaker Pelosi and the Chinese military, behind the President's back, to raise concerns about then President Trump's mental health.
In this Love Nugget:Nationally Certified Life and Relationship Coach, Tyrone Dixon discusses the most important technique he learned over the past few years.The benefit in taking full responsibility for your actions.How taking responsibility for your emotions can lead to greater control over your entire life. Email your questions to TQLP20@gmail.comUse Code KingDixon1 for $10 off any Humble Fit Lifestyle purchase at https://www.etsy.com/shop/SairronHumbleFit?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1030625872
Licensed mental health counselor and author Jill Sylvester discusses strategies and tips, along with trusting your own inner voice, to live your very best life. Today's discussion: Elevate Your Practice This New September Season
Is telemedicine-based therapy the future of the mental health industry?Online therapy is rapidly growing as a more accessible and affordable alternative to regular treatment. And some studies show that by 2025 the United States will be up to about a quarter-million therapists short of demand. Today, we welcome David Allen, the former co-founder and COO of Trusst, the Mental Health app for on-demand text-based therapy recently acquired by K Health, a virtual primary care platform providing affordable personalized health care for millions of adults and children. As the current senior director of mental health at K Health, David aims to integrate virtual therapy with the K Health primary care platform to create K Therapy, the first fully integrated telehealth service.In this episode of Profit to the People, David joins us to discuss the importance of creating a positive culture in startups, the innovations happening in the mental health industry, and why it's so important to invest in the future of mental health. Key points discussed - Investing in the future of mental health (00:00)- Building a company within the mental health space (02:30)- How does the app work? (4:44)- How K Health helps underserved communities (09:30)- The most important things that David has learned through his journey (14:11)- How to choose a successful team for a startup (20:41)- David's experiences with Republic and crowdfunding (23:19)- What does the future look like for K Therapy? (27:51) Additional resourcesLearn more about K Health and their work here:https://khealth.com/To keep in the loop for the latest developments in crowdfund investing, make sure to follow this podcast and listen in every week. Leave a rating and a review, and let's bring profit back to the people together.Ready to start investing in your future? Then head over to www.republic.co and find a startup you're passionate about.Legal Disclaimer: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has qualified the offering statement that we have filed with the SEC. The information in that offering statement is more complete than the information we are providing now and could differ in important ways. You must read the documents filed with the SEC before investing. The offering is being made only by means of its offering statement. This document shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy, nor shall there be any sale of these securities in any state or jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such state or jurisdiction. An indication of interest involves no obligation or commitment of any kind. Any person interested in investing in any offering of Props Tokens should review our disclosures and the publicly filed offering statement and the final offering circular that is part of that offering statement at http://offeringcircular.propsproject.com. YouNow is not registered, licensed or supervised as a broker-dealer or investment adviser by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), or any other financial regulatory authority or licensed to provide any financial advice or services.
The word “shadow” gets thrown around a lot these days, but do you know what it actually means? You might be surprised to hear that your shadow is NOT your trauma. It goes much deeper than that. In this powerful session, Justin helps you claim your shadow so you can see what holds you back every time you try to grow. Here's Justin's favorite book on Shadow - Bringing Your Shadow out of the Dark, Robert Masters: https://amzn.to/3jd80u4 Join The Kingdom Live: https://www.justinmichaelwilliams.com/thekingdom
Hello listeners and welcome back to the victim to victor podcast, my name is Anu and I am your host. In this podcast episode I have Maya Joshi on my show. Maya has an extraordinary story of victory. Born and raised in Leicester, England, her mother left her and her 3 sisters at a very young age for another man and her father was left to raise them. Maya struggled from rejection which led to further turmoil of being labelled and she speaks up about what life has been like being raised in a broken family in the Indian community.She opens up about the caste system and how this creates separation and also how being disabled or suffering from mental health issues is not spoken openly about and are still taboo topics within the Asian Community. This episode hits home on the common issues that arise culturally due to the inability to communicate and to open up about topics which are classed as shameful and so ignored to avoid hindrance on reputation within the community. So what needs to change? Acceptance. Acceptance of mental health issues and disability and more acknowledgement of the truth and to lead with the heart rather than with the head. Only we ourselves can be the change. Maya can be connected via her email: Maya.email@example.comIf you would like to take your self development to the next level then please sign up to my FREE 12 week self discovery plan here: https://victim2victor.net/free-12-wee...More information about me can be found via links here: https://linktr.ee/healing.journeyyIf you are interested in my book 'Victim 2 Victor', it is now available on audio and can be found on:Audible: adbl.co/3akVNCu Amazon: amzn.to/37jFt2W
This can be a tough subject to talk about but Tim, Jordan and Sam go over mental health and the importance of suicide awareness. Where there is life, there is hope. LET'S GOGeneral Disclaimer:This Podcast is our own opinions protected by the First amendment and DO NOT represent the views or opinions of any Fire, Police, Emergency Medical service, or public service agency. By listening to this Podcast you agree to not use this Podcast to pursue any legal complaint as it pertains to the hosts or any third party guests of the Podcast. This Podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy and authenticity of any statements or opinions made on this Podcast.