How can we take more control of our own happiness at work?We dive into how we can avoid negativity, have more honest conversations and enjoy work more.When negativity goes upward - to your boss or someone who can make a change - instead of out to your colleagues or patients, it creates a better culture and environment for everyone.PelviCon Recording Now Available for Order!If you weren't able to get tickets to PelviCon or make it to Atlanta this year, we've got you covered! We're going to have recordings of the conference - all 17 talks, 10 speakers and 12+ hours - available. Catch talks from Michelle Lyons, Heather Jeffcoat, Sarah Duvall, Sara Reardon, Juan Martin, Krystyna Holland, Amber Brown, Jessica Reale and Nicole Cozean!You won't want to miss this all-time speaker lineup! Order before doors close on Friday (October 7th) at www.pelvicon.com/recording!About UsNicole and Jesse Cozean founded Pelvic PT Rising to provide clinical and business resources to physical therapists to change the way we treat pelvic health. PelvicSanity Physical Therapy together in 2016. It grew quickly into one of the largest cash-based physical therapy practices in the country.Through Pelvic PT Rising, Nicole has created clinical courses (www.pelvicptrising.com/clinical) to help pelvic health providers gain confidence in their skills and provide frameworks to get better patient outcomes. Together, Jesse and Nicole have helped nearly 200 pelvic practices start and grow through the Pelvic PT Rising Mentorship Program (www.pelvicptrising.com/business) and business courses to change the way pelvic health is administered.
ORRA has special guest Zara to discuss detoxing from narcissistic abuse. It's never easy to detox from the toxins in our lives, but it is necessary.The process can be difficult at first and you may feel uncomfortable as your spirit, mind, body tries its best to get rid of what has been causing problems for so long - this means that there will probably always seem like too much stress or pressure around us no matter how successful we are feeling now!
ORRA has special guest Zara to discuss detoxing from narcissistic abuse. It's never easy to detox from the toxins in our lives, but it is necessary.The process can be difficult at first and you may feel uncomfortable as your spirit, mind, body tries its best to get rid of what has been causing problems for so long - this means that there will probably always seem like too much stress or pressure around us no matter how successful we are feeling now!
In this episode, Paul talks about the struggles we can get into if we regularly belittle others, or if we are cynical people. Negativity is part of both of these struggles. And being positive is definitely better for our relationships. Belittling people, cynical people Life Group Discussion Questions: Everyone tell at least One thing good (positive) about your wife (or family member). One good thing about Wyoming. One good thing about our present federal government. Is it easier for you to think and talk about negative, or positive things? Why? What areas of life are more negative? More positive? Read Psalm 1. Those who belittle others, and those who are cynical(mockers) find themselves in verse 1. What comes to those who are cynical and belittling? What blessings are promised throughout the Psalm to those who resist cynicism and belittling (among other sins)? How does meditating on God and his Word change us? Tell about a time when you were belittled or a time when you belittled someone else. How did it affect you? The other person? How did it affect the relationship? Read Ephesians 4:29 – 5:5 The heart of this passage is in 5:1 “Imitate God” or “Follow God’s example.” As you read the rest of these verses, what are some of the many ways Paul talks about our communication? What blessings follow imitating God? What if we don’t? What would it look like if you shared a positive comment with everyone you encountered for the next 3 days? With whom would you struggle to do that? How might it change a rough relationship?
Dr Shira Lewibowitz is a dynamic educator, author and entrepreneur, Shira is CEO and founder of both Revabilities and Discovery Village. Rev Abilities is a Professional Learning Academy helping educational business owners and directors bring their vision for learning to life so they can increase their income and improve the lives of their students. Discovery Village is a premier project and play based childcare center and preschool located in Tarrytown, NY. Shira is co-author of The Coach Approach To School Leadership: Leading Teachers to Higher Levels of Effectiveness. Her upcoming book, to be published summer 2022, is titled Havens of Hope: Ideas for Redesigning Education From The COVID-19 Pandemic. Shira holds a Ph.D in Education and is an experienced school leader who served for 20 years as a principal of nursery through eighth grade independent schools in the greater New York City area. She is a faculty member in the doctoral program of education at Northeastern University; co-author of The Coach Approach to School Leadership: Leading Teachers to Higher Levels of Effectiveness; a national faculty member for the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development; and a leader of professional development for educators. Shira has been working with childcare centers regionally and nationally on how to navigate the health, financial, and educational challenges facing early childhood centers in the age of COVID-19. Throughout it educational programs have not only navigated through but have become dramatically better. At Revabilities, Shira shares the insights and inspiration that sparked their success. Show Highlights Turn devastation into hope by going off script to create an oasis for learning grounded on the wellbeing of your community. The highway to happiness protocol for curiosity and exploration to flip the magic “up” where kids need it most. Insights when countering the negative, LOUD story of what goes on in education with hope and positivity. Teaching children to play and explore within the constraints of any environment is the necessary path. Overcome the two simultaneous narratives to every crisis to ensure your team comes out stronger. Examples on how to get teachers and parents comfortable with the evolution of change happening daily in education and the uniqueness of your school. Approach creativity in your leadership and switch your mindset from a matter of “if” to a matter of “how. “When we say there is no other choice than to figure it out and to be present for our students, we do that. Figuring things out requires us to level up in ways that are profoundly uncomfortable and stretch ourselves in ways that, frankly, education doesn't support.” -Dr Shira Lewibowitz Dr Shira Lewibowitz Transcript Dr Shira Lewibowitz 's Resources & Contact Info: Havens of Hope Linkedin Twitter Instagram Read my latest book! Learn why the ABCs of powerful professional development™ work – Grow your skills by integrating more Authenticity, Belonging, and Challenge into your life and leadership. Read Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader today! Join the “Back to School Boot Camp” The one thing you need to start next year off with energy momentum is a solid 90-day plan. In the “Back to School Bootcamp” I will teach you how to create your 90-day plan in just 5-days. Join the challenge today! Apply to the Mastermind The mastermind is changing the landscape of professional development for school leaders. 100% of our members agree that the mastermind is the #1 way they grow their leadership skills. Apply to the mastermind today! SHOW SPONSORS: HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Transform how you lead to become a resilient and empowered change agent with Harvard's online Certificate in School Management and Leadership. Grow your professional network with a global cohort of fellow school leaders as you collaborate in case studies bridging the fields of education and business. Apply today at http://hgse.me/leader. TEACHFX School leaders know that productive student talk drives student learning, but the average teacher talks 75% of class time! TeachFX is changing that with a “Fitbit for teachers” that automatically measures student engagement and gives teachers feedback about what they could do differently. Learn more about the TeachFX app and get a special 20% discount for your school or district by visiting teachfx.com/blbs. ORGANIZED BINDER Organized Binder is the missing piece in many classrooms. Many teachers are great with the main content of the lesson. Organized Binder helps with powerful introductions, savvy transitions, and memorable lesson closings. Your students will grow their executive functioning skills (and as a bonus), your teachers will become more organized too. Help your students and staff level up with Organized Binder. Copyright © 2022 Twelve Practices LLC
In conjunction with World Mental Health Day on the 10th of October, we explore the often-discussed aspect of mental health- positive thinking, and how that can morph into toxic positivity. First, we look into what toxic positivity actually is, and how it affects us. And then, what can we do to unlearn toxic positivity? We discuss. Image source: alfcermed, Pixabay
We make quick judgments every day about everything we see and put these things into categories, such as healthy/ unhealthy, affordable/ expensive, and good/ bad. And how much more often do we make judgments about ourselves?? To quote today's special guest, Greg Hammer, MD: "Mindfulness, or living in the present moment, gives us the space to practice nonjudgment" Judgment prevents us from seeing what is really in front of us! We risk missing out on making new friends, having great conversations, and learning something new. Nonjudgment is observation without bias. It's understanding that reality is not necessarily good or bad— it just is. Greg Hammer, MD is a Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, pediatric intensive care physician, pediatric anesthesiologist, mindfulness expert, and the author of GAIN without Pain: The Happiness Handbook for Health Care Professionals. A member of the Stanford WellMD initiative, Dr. Hammer is currently the Chair of the Physician Wellness Task Force for the California Society of Anesthesiologists. He has been a visiting professor and lecturer on wellness at institutions worldwide and teaches GAIN to medical students, residents, and fellows at Stanford. He has published widely on topics related to pharmacology and perioperative care of children undergoing cardiac and thoracic procedures as well as organ transplantation. Dr. Hammer is a health enthusiast and meditator, utilizing a non-duality and mindfulness-based approach.
Hey friends! Today we are in 1 Chronicles 1. I know it's not the most common passage to read and, if you've ever read 1 Chronicles, you might be asking yourself "what in the world can we learn from a bunch of genealogy lists?" Because that is essentially what 1 Chronicles 1-9 are: genealogies that go all the way back to Adam and Eve! So what does this have to do with us in modern times. I promise I have a reason! Turn in to find out!!Support the show
Are you inadvertently allowing negativity into my mind and body? When someone puts you down or mistreats you, is it possible you are unintentionally enabling this behavior? You shouldn't be blamed for other people's bad behaviors, but you should also not be too tolerant of it either.
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Introduction: Reiner Lomb is the founder of BoomerangCoach, an executive coaching firm specialising in leadership and career development, innovation & transformational change. Before becoming a coach, Reiner had a 30+ year career in technology, started and developed software businesses and led leadership development. Bernard is the author of the book APIRE: Seven Essential Emotions for Leading Positive Change. No Matter Where You Are. Podcast Episode Summary: Much has been written about Leadership Effectives and the behaviours needed to succeed. What is often missing is the discourse on emotions and how they drive leadership behaviours. Reiner shares through his experience & stories the enormous potential for positive change which he believes is achieved by understanding 7 essential emotions and how they marry with 7 essential leadership behaviours. Points raised across the podcast conversation: Reiner is the product of a multi-cultural household and identifies as a next generation post war person. He grew up in the Western part of a divided Germany through the cold war and felt the heartache over his country's role in the Holocaust and World War II. He believes the large challenges we face in the world, climate change, social, economic, political can and need to be figured out collaboratively Reiner has been living in the USA for over 30 years and believes his adopted country is divided by emotions such as hatred, fear, resentment with mass shootings and a big political divide. Passion & Purpose motivated Reiner to move into the realm of Leadership Development. He always loved learning for himself and gets great satisfaction seeing others grow. His mission today is to mobilise leaders to help create a sustainable future for all. Aspire is one of the Leadership Development models that Reiner employs with his clients The name of his company Boomerang was a metaphor that captured his wish for people to return to their true passion and purpose He formulated a neat framework, a pyramid of 7 essential Leadership behaviours that people will readily recognise, behaviours that are driven by 7 essential emotions. Understanding these 7 emotions in a granular way can help further a Leaders effectiveness. Emotions are a key domain of learning that are the least understood and developed. We as humans are always in a mix of emotions and by becoming familiar with our internal states we can self-regulate for the kinds of conversations and actions we want to have in the world. Emotions then are gateways to effective conversations and equally barriers to the same conversations if held in an emotional field that does not serve. Empathy, Compassion, and Interest are the foundational emotions that drive Care, Serving and Understanding From this foundational platform a Leader can vision, understanding the needs of his stakeholders and people. To vision a leader needs to be optimistic about the future and the kind of future he wishes to create. Emotions like resentment, resignation keep us mentally and energetically stuck in the past and do not serve when we are trying to Lead. Inspiration on the other hand mobilizes people to co-ordinate action and achieve realisable visions. To co-create a future in the world we live requires collaboration and that is fuelled by the emotion of trust. Projects and plans to proceed no matter how well co-ordinated meet with obstacles and adversity and to survive both requires resilience. Resilience is supported by the emotion of positivity. Negativity is counterproductive to resilience. The more negative the leader, the environment, and the culture the less resilience is available to the organisation Positivity is a palette of emotions including optimism, interest, inspiration, joy, awe, gratitude, and hopefulness. Leaders are well versed in the Leadership competencies required to lead what is missing is the discourse on emotions. Reiner shares a powerful story from his client relations where he helped a client recognise through his storytelling that he was living in a mood of resignation. Reiner was able to share the impact of living in resignation. He also shared that there is not a straight line between resignation and optimism, the gateway is acceptance. To become versed in emotional literacy takes time, patience, and practice. Reiner suggests choosing one of the 7 emotions to start, maybe one that could have the biggest impact to a person's leadership. As a coach it is important to put language to what a person is experiencing. Similarly, a coach needs to employ interest, empathy, and silence to allow what needs to be spoken. Part of the learning of emotions involves understanding the distinctions between each. The more granular the understanding and appreciation for the difference between each emotion the greater the possibility for appropriate action. Understanding is often thwarted around a team table by the need to have the right answer and quickest response born out of our educative system. In organisational life we often do not get rewarded for asking the right questions or for spending the time to have a real and generative conversation between peers on teams. We need to move from the predominant focus of “me” or self-interest to “we” We must cultivate a mindset of “we” on teams To do so we need to appreciate that everyone is responsible for the success of the team, its climate and what is possible The team leader can do much to encourage dialogue, to mine the aspirations of each member of the team and to make sure they align with the team's vision Trust is very complex emotion. We must understand what we mean by trust. What dimension of trust, sincerity, care, reliability, competence is being affected on the team and with & between whom? A Leader plays a large role in facilitating trust between team members especially in circumstances where teams are short lived, are remote or in a hybrid configuration. I tried to share an example of a client who in a team meeting expressed guilt and was met with another colleague who expressed anxiety to get on with the work at hand. I clumsily said “Grief” to Reiner instead of Guilt. My apologies The learning that Reiner shared, however, to decode the emotion of grief in this instance remains. A formula if you will, is to attend to the emotion, allow it to be heard with the attendant thoughts etc. This can sometimes be enough. Choose the desired emotion to move towards. This may or may not be possible. Sometimes a better strategy might be to simply to attend to emotion expressed and to help the client process that same emotion. What is not acceptable is to skip the emotional discourse. Grief for example is an emotion that spells loss, sadness for a person or situation lost. For Reiner it calls for resilience to be able to balance the need to continue living, serving, be in relation with others and managing the emotion of grief. In Reiner's case he sourced positive emotions Do not confuse sourcing or resourcing positive emotions like joy, interest, hope etc for toxic positivity where you supress negative emotions If negative emotions surface, allow them, try to hear the story that accompanies the emotion and try and identify the source and corresponding need. Reiner shares a story from his work that explores his use of his model Aspire and how he supports leaders become familiar and fluent with the 7 emotions used with the 7 essential leadership competencies. Reiner's favourite leadership lesson extols the virtue of care. He encourages listeners to really identify their “why” a passion that will fuel purpose. Pick what you care about and develop your leadership to support that passion. Thank you
Show Notes (contains affiliate links): Ham Radio Negativity On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah - KN6NWZ, we talk about SARnet shutdown/Hurricane Ian, pooparedness and Ham Radio Negativity. Have a drink with us! Today, we're drinking… Delirium Tremens Josh has a short tip with the Ham Radio Minute: Sarnet gets shut down during Hurricane Ian Join the conversation by leaving a review on Apple Podcast for Ham Radio Crash Course podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ham-radio-crash-course/id1400794852 and/or emailing Leah@hamtactical.com. Leaving a review wherever you listen to podcasts will help Ham Radio Crash Course reach more hams and future hams and we appreciate it! Preparedness Corner: Pooparedness. https://www.reddit.com/r/preppers/comments/xqdcsm/fallout_with_pets/ Email Correspondent's Tower: We answer emails with ham radio questions, comments on previous podcasts, T-shirt suggestions and everything in between. Links mentioned in the ECT: Walter wants to know what antenna is in Ponyo: https://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/6o54gd/ponyo_on_6m_what_kind_of_antenna_is_this/ Wes tries to stump Leah's pronunciation: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/louisiana/pronounce-these-words-la/ Nick tells us about McDonald's fighting against real maple syrup: https://www.reformer.com/local-news/mcdonald-s-vermont-settle-maple-complaint/article_7286f997-e41e-54a1-8a5d-542291172e3e.html Doug suggests CWOps: https://cwops.org/cw-academy/cw-academy-student-resources/ Don suggests a cause that helps get veterans the respect they deserve, you can too: https://www.miap.us/ Nathan suggests the Feld Hell Club: https://sites.google.com/site/feldhellclub/Home/feld-hell-faq/faqs?authuser=0 Show Topic: Ham Radio Negativity Thank you all for listening to the podcast. We have a lot of fun making it and the fact you listen and send us feedback means alot to us! Want to send us something? Josh Nass P.O. Box 5101 Cerritos, CA 90703-5101 Support the Ham Radio Crash Course Podcast: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/hoshnasi Shop HamTactical: http://www.hamtactical.com Shop Our Affiliates: http://hamradiocrashcourse.com/affiliates/ Shop Our Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hamradiocrashcourse As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Connect with Us: Website...................► http://hamradiocrashcourse.com YouTube..................► https://www.youtube.com/c/HamRadioCrashCourse Podcast...................► https://hamradiocrashcourse.podbean.com/ Discord....................► https://discord.gg/xhJMxDT Facebook................► https://goo.gl/cv5rEQ Twitter......................► https://twitter.com/Hoshnasi Instagram.................► https://instagram.com/hoshnasi (Josh) Instagram.................►https://instagram.com/hamtactical (Leah)
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Dan and Jamaal are back with entertaining convos surrounding the world of sports and rap. They discuss Lamar Jackson's performance in the NFL season so far, the latest in the women's rap scene, the importance of doing numbers in entertainment, Lucki's album, Akademiks vs. old hip-hip homies and more.
I pulled this card from a deck I created for money manifestation. It is a symbol or sign for the energy you will encounter in the month. Intuitive Messages are always a call-to-action, so take the time to go within and uncover what this message is guiding you to do in October 2022. To learn more about the Massive Result Intuitive Coaching Package: https://www.intuitivecoachingwithamy.com/massive-result-intuitive-coaching-package.html
What's Stealing Your Energy?These Habits DRAIN Your Energy! - Matthew KellyGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribeSee the full list on my blog at MatthewKelly.com: https://www.matthewkelly.com/post/these-habits-drain-your-energyVideo Transcript:“What's draining your energy? We all have habits that drain our energy. Some of them we are aware of and some of them we participate in unconsciously. Here are 21 things that could be draining your energy. Pick three to work on. And remember, you can see the whole list at MatthewKelly.com. We publish the transcripts to all my YouTube videos on my blog.1. Negativity. 2. Bad posture. 3. Not drinking enough water.4. Lack of direction and priorities.5. Forgetting to breathe deeply.6. Sugar, Caffeine, and Alcohol.7. Not taking a break.8. Checking email first thing in the morning.9. Taking things personally that are not personal.10. Social media.11. The news.12. Worrying about things you cannot influence.13. Sleeping too much.14. Poor diet choices.15. Complaining.16. Noise. 17. Light.18. Fear or anxiety.19. Lack of exercise or too much exercise.20. Perfectionism.21. Making a big deal out of little things.22. Skipping breakfast.23. Never taking a real vacation.24. Alcohol before bed.25. Checking email before bed.26. Your attitude.27. Clutter and disorganization.28. Too much food or not enough food.29. Stress.30. Lack of self-esteem.31. Saying yes to things you know you should say no to.32. Half finishing tasks.33. Gossiping.34. Toxic people and unhealthy relationships35. Trying to please others constantly.36. Ruminating on the past.37. Not moving enough. 38. Resentment.39. Worrying about what people think about you.40. Watching TV that drains you emotionally and beats you up psychologically.41. Planning too far into the future. Okay, that was 41, not 21, I got carried away. But here's the thing. Everyday there are an unlimited number of people and activities out to steal your energy if you let them. Don't let them. Have a great day… and remember, don't just be yourself, be the-best-version-of-yourself!”If you have not read LIFE IS MESSY, order your copy today: https://amzn.to/2TTgZKn Subscribe to Matthew's YouTube Channel today! https://www.youtube.com/c/MatthewKellyAuthor/featured?sub_confirmation=1https://www.matthewkelly.comGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribe The Best Version of Yourself and 60 Second Wisdom are registered trademarks.#MatthewKelly #BestVersionOfYourself #BestVersion #ThoughtLeader
Researchers find that people tend to view stress as either enhancing or debilitating. If you don't naturally thrive under pressure, you're not out of luck! Perspective is powerful, and new insights into how your brain works can help you take back control of your life, so you can respond with more clarity and confidence. In this episode we'll explore:Is your stress response dictated by nature or nurture? Why stress benefits us Ways to change your perspective of stress and bad news Honoring emotions without being controlled by them The benefits of choosing positive inputHow gratitude can “rewire” your brain to be happier If you want to explore the potential of daily positive mental input, I'd like to gift you 30 days access to Positive Prime for free! Research shows it can boost your mood in just 3 minutes to carry you through the day. Read more about positive psychology research in these articles: Shawn Achor and Alia Crum: Sharing the positive effects of stress helps executives feel more successful Michelle Gielan: The impact of negative news on your outlook, and benefits of positivity
HAVE YOU EVER co-signed on someone else's negativity AND discovered later that it made you feel like crap… doing nothing more than dragging your mood down & increasing your stress? Doing this can have DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS ON YOUR DNA as well as your physical & emotional wellbeing. In today's episode, we'll talk about how to stop this process in its tracks.
In today's 10 minute business accelerator, Adam shares an episode on how to overcome negativity. Value bombs from this weeks episode The importance of learning from businesses that thrive during a down market How to remove distractions and improve focus The links between energy and positivity Surround yourself with whom you become How to create the best version of yourself and improve your level of happiness Host Follow Adam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamistrong Looking for accountability or to be part of an accountability group, apply to the game changers inner circle (limited spaces) click here: https://hello618661.typeform.com/to/YthuhGbc Get the latest tips, tactics and business strategies via telegram, click here to join: https://t.me/adam_strong_official Get your copy of the Best selling book ‘Play the game' here Take the business growth quiz today and learn how scalable your business is https://lnkd.in/ebCvRVpJ
We all bring different narratives to the table. Leaders must learn to use behaviors that attract others and don't push them away. Nick Nighbor and Dr. Fred Johnson dive into some self-limiting narratives and the behaviors accompanying them. They talk about moving from being a 2.7 to an 8.0 leader. Changing your self-narratives will transform your leadership and the results you achieve. Click here to register for our next Think Tank! InitiativeOne: Leadership Institute Eliminate Drama, Improve Decision-Making, and Win as a Team. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter. To learn more, visit https://www.initiativeone.com. Leadership Transformation | Leadership Foundations | Strategic Planning | Online Leadership Courses | Keynote Speaking | Executive Coaching
Alexandra Rene is a salesperson and a life and business coach. She helps new entrepreneurs learn to sell and use a combination of marketing and psychology strategies to attract their target clients and customers. She grew up in a very sheltered home and was surrounded by people with a “broke and lack” mindset. As she grew older, she learned how to take control of her life and now teaches others to do the same. Alexandra Rene grew up in a very sheltered home and was surrounded by people with a “broke and lack” mindset. As she got older, Alexandra learned how to take control of her life and now teaches others to do the same. What “Knowledge” or “golden nuggets of wisdom” do you want to share with our audience?: - How you can take control of your mindset and life - How you can use psychology to attract customers and provide more value to clients What is one CALL TO ACTION you would like to extend to our audience to apply in their lives?: - Go on a negativity diet. Take one week and cut out anything negative including current events, a coworker that complains, etc. and watch how much more time and energy you have to dedicate to your business and your goals. (i.e. website, social media group, landing page, etc.) : TikTok @alexandraxrene (i.e., content, resources, free stuff, discounted stuff, invitations, etc.): DM me on tik tok saying SALESSYSTEM and ill send you ny signature sales system to growing your business The Circle of Knowledge podcast is brought to you by Champion Circle Networking Association, helping entrepreneurs and professionals achieve their goals by sharing a wealth of knowledge with you, our community of high performers. This podcast features best-selling authors, speakers, mentors, top industry resources, interviews, and professional discussions by Global Speaker & Mastermind Leader, Jon Kovach Jr. To learn more, visit www.MyChampionCircle.com Music Cred: Scouting, by Eveningland --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/circle-of-knowledge/message
The Science of Negativity. Everyone has to deal with negative people from time to time. In some cases that negative person is us. In this new episode of the 7th Generation Podcast I discuss the science of negativity and the impact negative people have on our brains. I also talk about the negativity bias and explain why negativity is so pervasive. I end the show with some solutions for dealing with our own negativity (and negative people) and talk about why being happy is a great form of decolonization. Enjoy the show! Dr. B
A short series of podcasts on the stuff that sales people can look after on their own so as to make their sales time more productive and more craic. I hate the media - not irrationally I hope, but I've an understanding of how the machine works and how it impacts our well-being. Negativity and bad news is the order of the day - lets not include the call in shows etc...but the morning news is one bad news story after another and that kind of impact can be far-reaching if your going to start work at 8.30am. Change the channel - podcast, audiobook or music...anything but the news. How we forget the headline manipulation, phone-tapping, lies, promotion of self interest...it's nothing new...
Mac and Bone look at whether or not Tar Heels fans are justified to question the direction of the football program, reveal their 'What the Bleep' stories of the week and try to figure out what it will take for the Panther negativity to disappear.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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On Mindset Mondays, I go over the latest trends regarding mindset, motivation, success, and personal development. These podcasts will be short 15-20 mins just to give you bite-sized tactics and strategies to start your week off strong and finish even stronger.This week's episode will be on Negativity:- Why POW's in the Korean war suffered the most yet incurred no physical abuse- The #1 factor that prevents people from achieving their goals- The four step process used again American soldiers to crush their soulsI just created a cheat sheet called the Top 10 Mindsets You Need To Be Successful In Life & On Any Diet. If you're interested in getting this, simply message me “MINDSET” at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Instagram @joelevancoaching
This is perhaps our most requested episode yet! I'm talking about how to find joy and stay positive when you're surrounded by negativity - I hope it's useful. Pre-Order My Book - Choose Joy: Relieve Burnout, Focus on Your Happiness, and Infuse More Joy into Your Everyday Life CONTACT SOPHIE: Coaching - The Joyful Everyday Join The Choose Joy Club The Monthly Pep Talk newsletter - sign up now Blog - www.sophiecliff.com Instagram - @sophiecliff Email - email@example.com
Are you feeling down, stuck…depressed? Do you find it hard to be positive? In this episode, Danny and Randy discuss feeling shitty and what we can do to change our attitudes and feel better. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Follow ESP on TikTokThanks for listening!
Today we are digging in on negativity bias, which is featured in chapter 9 of my book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You. I also talked about this when Adam Hansen was on the show back in episode 176 and have planned to give it a dedicated episode for a long time, yet it has continued to hang out waiting for its moment in the sunshine – until today! It's funny, because I think it really says something about my personality that optimism bias was episode 34 and we aren't getting to negativity bias until nearly 200 weeks later. I'm ok with that, and, I'm so glad that this is finally becoming an episode because it really is a fascinating concept and super important for everyone in life and business. As with all the biases and heuristics you hear about on this show, I'm confident this will be one of those things that really changes your whole life and perspective once you realize it is there and impacting you. It's shocking how rampant this can be running in our lives and businesses. Today we will cover the four aspects of negativity bias (plus a “bonus” one) as well as ways to think about this in your life and work. Show Notes: [00:41] Today we are digging in on negativity bias, which is featured in chapter 9 of my book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You. [03:13] In its most basic form, negativity bias is our tendency to put more emphasis on negative information than positive. [03:57] Negativity bias, putting more weight on the bad than the good. Being on high alert and paying attention to potential threats was key for our survival. This is a good thing and it still serves us well a lot in our life. Sometimes, the negativity bias goes a bit far and can result in phobias or other avoidances that don't serve us well. [06:20] This is one aspect of negativity bias, where we put way, way, way more weight on the negative input than the positive. Our being a herding species is part of this as well. Being on the outskirts with the herd was something else that greatly threatened our survival back in the day. [06:53] In today's world, this overweighting of negatives can be problematic and cause a real negative spiral that keeps you stuck; focused on the bad in a way that causes you to ignore all the good stuff. You can choose to focus on the good stuff and, while still learning from the bad, don't let it have so much more impact on you than the good. [07:46] There are four aspects of negativity bias (as outlined in the original paper). The first is negative potency. It says that even if the two incidents were of the same type and size, they won't necessarily be felt or remembered the same way. We tend to have longer memories of these negative items than the positive ones and feel them more strongly when they occur. [08:09] The second aspect is of steeper negative gradients. This says that as we get closer to a negative event, its felt more and more – and at an intensity that is more than a positive event. [10:10] Negativity bias is definitely related to loss aversion and they are similar (but not the same). Negativity bias is when people pay more attention to bad news than good news. Loss aversion is when people are more worried about losing something they have than getting something new. [10:42] Now, we move on to negativity dominance. This was sort of covered in the negative potency section, but it is more about how when there is an event, the negative events will make it so our whole impression skews toward the negative. [11:35] It is important to think about the overall experience people are having with you. Even one negative element can drag an otherwise good thing down. [14:22] Knowing that people are going to have this negativity bias – both those presenting the change and those receiving it – is important as you consider how you introduce anything to anyone. [16:42] Our final aspect is negative differentiation, which is about the effort it takes to process an event. The negative stuff is more difficult to process, so it uses up more energy and cognitive resources. That makes us remember it more and for longer. [18:54] Knowing that the negativity bias exists and taking a step back to get out of your own way is important as you look at your own behaviors and actions. [19:54] We are also biased to give people like us the benefit of the doubt and not give that to people who are outside our circle of empathy. [22:02] Contagion is such an important piece and it has one of my all-time favorite examples and lines because it is very memorable and you instantly get the problem and how this can be applied in other areas. “A single cockroach can ruin a bowl of cherries, but an individual cherry will do nothing for a bowl of cockroaches.” [23:53] When you think of reputation, that one negative can contaminate everything else and color your entire perspective of them and everything they touch. [24:35] It is important to realize when negativity bias, and specifically contagion, could be coloring a lot more than it should. [26:44] As we wrap up today's episode, I want you to think about the negativity bias and how it is impacting you in your life and at work. [28:30] Learn from the negatives and let them sink in, but don't let them control you and take over everything. [30:25] Make sure to clear out the cockroaches before you work on finding better cherries. [32:02] Because of the negativity bias, we really love avoiding bad things. If we avoid all the things that have risks associated with them, we will not grow and change, and for both people and companies, that is a problem. [33:58] Pointing out flaws in ideas isn't always saving you from a mistake. It might be saving you from the thing that could change everything for the better if you gave it a chance. What can you take a chance on today? Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. 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Try These: Reframing Annoying Disruptions to Support Innovation, with Adam Hansen, coauthor of Outsmart Your Instincts (episode 176) Priming (episode 18) Reciprocity (episode 23) Loss Aversion (episode 9) Herding (episode 19) Focusing Illusion (episode 89) Confirmation Bias (episode 75) Fundamental Attribution Error (episode 92) Counterfactual Thinking (episode 68) Peak-End Rule (episode 97) Other Important Links: Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter The Negativity Bias in User Experience Negativity Bias, Negativity Dominance, and Contagion Why is the news always so depressing? What Is Negativity Bias and How Can It Be Overcome?
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You work hard. Really hard. A lot. You can be persistant, but you can't have it all. Positive and negative emotions cannot occupy your brain at the same time. You have to choose. Identify and eliminate the negative for watch your persistence pay off.
Finally everyone is back from vacations! Time to talk games again! GTA 6 has been leaked to the dismay of Rockstar. Of course the mention of the GTA multiplayer success started a whole discussion on how to keep online games alive and well. Surprising no one, Sony is still upset with Microsoft and the Activision Blizzard acquisition. Will Call of Duty become an Xbox exclusive? Also, the new PSVR2 will not be backwards compatible with the original PSVR games. And EVGA will no longer be making graphics cards largely due to Nvidia's behavior. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast! Follow us on Twitter: @InfiniteResPC @MDBOAKTREE @GrifsLynam @EliteChicken313 @BakaPickle Discord: https://discord.gg/d7cEJqT Grif's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRvD7TFyqNcWp5IlRiiC9Ew Chicken's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/elitechicken313 Oak's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/MDBOAKTREE
We are all guilty of it from time to time...we like to complain about circumstances that come up in our lives. This episode stemmed from us calling ourselves out on our own trends that were coming up in our lives. This typically happens when something comes up and it triggers us. From there we create our own narrative & begin to obsess. From there, people either validate you, or call you out and help you face this head-on. We want to do that for you today. If you have been dwelling on something, get it off of your chest, quit letting it take up valuable space in your heart, and live in the present.
Why All the Negativity? It's Totally Avoidable
It's no secret that the internet can be a negative place. There are trolls and haters lurking around every corner, ready to pounce on anyone who dares to step out of line. It can be easy to get caught up in the negativity and hatefulness. In this episode of the Grow Your Life podcast, we're discussing how to handle negativity online. I'll be giving you tips and tricks for dealing with trolls and haters, and we'll also be discussing the role of faith and confidence in these situations. If you're struggling to deal with negativity online, this episode is for you!
“NOTHING IS PERMANENT BUT CHANGE”Rob shares his experience when he stepped away from LinkedIn due to a lot of negativity, how he got through it, and how to allow changes to happen. Join Rob once again in this latest episode of Sales Transformation. Jazz up your sales mindset with Kevin Dorsey aka KD and some of the brightest minds in sales in Live Better Sell Better!Stop sending boring sales e-mails or videos and start sending catchy GIFs and Memes with VIDU.io!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!TRANSFORMING MOMENTSIt all comes down to being humanYou have to be ok with detractorsRob's LinkedIn hiatusAllow the change to happen“Understand that where you fit in today may move, and you have to allow for that time to happen. Meaning you have to change your network, change your content, and it's okay. It's an evolution of you as a person, but it's not easy.”- Rob: Changes need to happenConnect with Rob and learn more about what he's been working on!About RobAbout TBNE and Rise Up MediaRobNapoli.comConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.
Hey friends! If you are a listener from the very first episode, you would know that episode 1 of this podcast is titled "Feeling Unqualified". And it's an episode were I share my vulnerability and how, when I started this podcast, I didn't feel qualified to do it. I didn't feel like I had the knowledge. I didn't feel like I was a teacher of the word. I felt like there were so many others more qualified to do this than me. But, I wanted to be obedient to what God told me to do. So I did it anyway. Here we are. Almost 3 years later, 1.5 million downloads later...you would think I would be over the fear of feeling unqualified.And you would be wrong. Recently, I received a message in my inbox of someone asking me why only 3 years of really getting serious about studying my Bible made me qualified to teach. And this message really made me question myself all over again. And I thought about it long a hard and here is what I realized. It's not the amount of years you've been a Christian that makes you qualified to share God's Good News. It's God's grace that He gives freely once you declare Jesus as your Lord and Savior that qualifies you! God qualifies you! And I want to bring encouragement to anyone who is struggling with feeling like "who am I to share about Jesus?" You are a qualified, beloved daughter of the King, sis. That's all the qualification you need!Support the show
Hey friends! On today's episode, I challenge you and your faith. We dive into what the word faith really means. And I want you to become aware of any points in your faith where you are not led by your hope in the unseen (=God) but you're easily influenced by what you can see. Your circumstance. Your situation. Is your faith strong when life around you is going great? And does your faith waiver when all you see is struggle and hardship? Remember, faith is hope in what we do NOT see. Our faith should not be influenced by what we can see around us. That's not true faith at all. Support the show
Do you know the story of Odysseus and the Odyssey? In order to understand it, we first need to know what a siren is (and no, I'm not talking about the red and blue's on top of a cop car). Sirens are said to be alluring women who pose temptation so vast that a man has zero ability to avoid her. Imagine someone singing the most enchanting words in your ear, drawing you to them and essentially casting a spell on you that you couldn't break free from. In the story of the Odyssey, Odysseus knew that he and his shipmates would face these enchanting sirens along their journey. He actually had his men tie him to his boat so that he would be physically prevented from taking the ship off course and his men stuffed beeswax in their ears in order to avoid hearing the sirens altogether. Something that a lot of people don't know about the story of the Odyssey is that the sirens would create an alluring song that was specific for each sailor. One that would play into the specific desires of that particular man. In today's episode, Coach Ashlie Walton and Detective Walton discuss how this story plays out in our own lives on a daily basis… And how we can use it in order to remove negativity and temptation from our lives. ⩥ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ⩤ https://bi3xbvVont.ly/ CLICK HERE for our best-selling products: https://amzn.to/3xaG3xw and https://rdbl.co/3DIQVUC CLICK HERE to join our free Police, Fire, Military and Families Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/38w2e7r Check out our website and learn more about how you can work with LEO Warriors by going to: https://www.leowarriors.com/ Like what you hear? We are honored. Drop a review and subscribe to our show. The Tactical Living Podcast is owned by LEO Warriors, LLC. None of the content presented may be copied, repurposed or used without the owner's prior consent. For PR, speaking requests and other networking opportunities, contact LEO Warriors: EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. ADDRESS: P.O. Box 400115 Hesperia, Ca. 92340 ASHLIE'S FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/police.fire.lawenforcement ➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤➤ This episode is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something by clicking on one of our links, we'll receive a small commission.
The fabulous Kenzie Elizabeth is on the show today! Kenzie is the host of the hit podcast ILYSM, the entrepreneur behind her thriving YouTube channel & killer social media platforms, and the founder of the Oh Kind clothing line as well as the KE book club. So of course… we had to talk books in this episode, on top of everything else! This is a girl talk episode where we go deep on mental health & overcoming struggles with anxiety, and we go light and discuss our mutual favorite TV show (can you guess the show?!), our many mutual fave celeb memoirs and books, and so much more. We also discuss navigating life in your 20's, and hear about Kenzie's rise to YouTube fame at the age of 16. Kenzie is a wonderful inspiration to all young women looking to live life on their own terms, embrace their inner confidence & fire (she's a Leo — duh!), navigate the rough waters of their early 20's, and start a thriving career at a young age. I hope you love this one, and you can listen to the second half of this episode on Kenzie's podcast — ILYSM! Please do subscribe, rate & review the show if you feel inspired, and this will enter you to win a *big wellness giveaway* to celebrate the return of the show! Resources: Website: thebalancedblonde.com Jordan's email newsletter Store: thebalancedblonde.com/shop Instagram: @thebalancedblonde Kenzie's Instagram Kenzie's ILYSM Podcast Right now, Mindbloom is offering our listeners $100 off your first six session program when you sign up at Mindbloom.com/BLONDE and use promo code BLONDE at checkout. LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. That's 8 single serving packets FREE with any LMNT order. Get yours at DrinkLMNT.com/BALANCED. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/BLONDE. Right now, you can get 15% off your first order when you visit thrivecausemetics.com/BALANCED. Produced by Dear Media.