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I Am This Age
From NPR and Married to Running Coach and Happily Single: Coach Christine Hetzel, 42

I Am This Age

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 40:57


My guest today is a running coach who made a big life change around the age of 40 when she left her marriage and then her job at NPR to become a running coach. She now has two of her own running podcasts and says she's living her dream life. Listen up to hear how Coach Christine Hetzel handled her big transition into the life she always wanted. Christine's PodcastRunning Scared With Coach Christine PodcastTime For Brunch PodcastContacts for Molly and Jellyfish Industrywww.jellyfishindustries.comwww.mollysider.comEmail For Transcription: molly@jellyfishindustries.com  

Passive Income Brothers Podcast
It's Never Too Late To Invest In Real Estate

Passive Income Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 26:07


As we celebrate this podcast's first anniversary today, we'll talk about why education should be the foundation of all your investment decisions and why now is the best time to buy tangible and valuable assets. Don't miss out on this special episode!WHAT TO LISTEN FORWhy you should start investing in real estate nowThe greatest mistake you can make as an investorA reason why most people invest in risky assetsHow real estate can help people build wealthBenefits of learning how to invest in real estateRESOURCE/LINK MENTIONEDThe Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco | Paperback https://amzn.to/3GDLyd5 and Audiobook https://amzn.to/3V1QcpHCONNECT WITH USTo learn more about investment opportunities, join the Cityside Capital Investor Club.Follow us on Facebook: Cityside CapitalFollow us on Instagram: @citysidecapital_tim_lyonsConnect with us on LinkedIn: Tim LyonsConnect with us via Email: greg@citysidecap.com | tim@citysidecap.com

How Not To Be a Karen
23. It's Never Too Late To Become Who You Want To Be: A Significant Lesson from My Policeman

How Not To Be a Karen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:31


In this week's episode, we are reviewing one of Karen's favorite films of the year - My Policeman ! Before she gives her take on the film, she dives into a recent experience she had on the way to the airport and at LAX and why she loves people that do not gate-keep! Listen to Karen's unqualified but glowing review of the recent film, why she loved it, and the biggest lesson we can all take from the beloved book and now motion picture. MY POLICEMAN follows the fictional story of Tom and Marion and Patrick who suddenly comes back into their lives. Thank you all so much for listening! Happy Holidays and safe travels out there! ENJOY! Find Karen here. Follow the pod here.

Break the Diet Cycle
it's never "too late" to become an Intuitive Eater with Patrice W. [Melissa's former client]

Break the Diet Cycle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 40:00


How long have you been dieting? Has it been an ACTUAL lifetime? Extended exposure to dieting may come new worries: can you really change after all this time? Is it worth even trying at this point? Can you be healthy as you get older AND recover your relationship with food at the same time? Too many women tell themselves "it's not that bad" - further perpetuating the never ending diet cycle! In this episode Melissa interviews her former client Patrice so she can share her successes inside the No More Guilt 3 month program after dieting for 50+ years. As a retired woman in her 60s, Patrice talks about how she approached intuitive eating work (first -on her own, and later with Melissa as her coach) in a way that folks of all ages can benefit from! We discuss: Patrice's history with the binge-restrict diet cycle and what kept her saying "just one more time" The moment when she realized Intuitive Eating was even “a thing” Different types of support and providers available to help heal disordered eating (and how Patrice decided working with a Registered Dietitian would be right for her) The big question Melissa asked Patrice to help her overcome body image fears in time for her son's wedding, just as she imagined. Finding benefit from the weekly stories, interviews, and support from Melissa on Break the Diet Cycle Pod? Your review helps keep this show going! If you have a moment - review the pod, or, share this episode with a friend. I'd be so grateful! Episode Resources: Get Melissa's free 3 step guide to eat without guilt: https://mailchi.mp/d9207e0baf90/nomoreguiltguide Join the Break the Diet Cycle Podcast Community: @break.the.diet.pod Connect with Melissa on Instagram: @no.more.guilt Do you ever wish you could have my full support alongside the pod? I'm currently accepting 1:1 clients - and I'd love to work with someone like you. You can grow into someone who feels confident around food and in their body, just like clients like Patrice. Apply for coaching if you want me to take you through this process every step of the way! Apply at: ​​https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdxFfC_Jnsb_NL2p4urty02WVf3DcGCNv3lbBWrUCKJvcXoWg/viewform or visit: www.melissalandrynutrition.com for more information! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/breakthedietcycle/message

Breathe Love & Magic
The Fairy Realm And Ladies Of The Lake With Bernadette Wulf

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 29:38


The Fairy Realm and Ladies of the Lake come together to help humanity move into the New Earth. Bernadette Wulf reveals the true role of faeries in the Arthurian legend during this mystical interview. (Note: I'm going to be using “faeries” and “fairies” interchangeably throughout this post, so more people can find this episode when ... Read more The post The Fairy Realm And Ladies Of The Lake With Bernadette Wulf appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Financially Savvy in 20 minutes
S6: It's never too late to save for retirement

Financially Savvy in 20 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 14:48


Sandra Salcido RFC®️ is back on our show to share tips and clarity around the topic of retirement and the different ways you can start saving for your future today. 

Reinvention Rebels
Midlife Reinvention: Offer Yourself Gratitude and Grace as You Navigate Your Reinvention Journey

Reinvention Rebels

Play Episode Play 32 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 11:48


What happens when you lean into more gratitude in your life?I believe it's a powerful tool that can propel our lives forward in new ways in our reinvention journey.For one, it builds our appreciation for the little things and helps up find joy (even in challenging situations).I like to practice gratitude all year long. But it's hard not to focus on it as we near the end of year.Thanksgiving is all about being thankful, having gratitude and appreciating what we have in our lives. I'm leaning in hard this year, thankful for so many things in my life. You too?I can't wait for you to listen to this solo episode where I share:✳️ Why gratitude is so important✳️ What I'm most grateful for this season✳️ Why having gratitude for our challenges is empowering✳️ How we can offer ourselves gratitude and grace on our reinvention journey✳️ 3 questions to help you tap into more gratitude in your lifeIf you're celebrating Thanksgiving, here's to a joyful weekend with time spent with those you love. And here's to endless joy for all of us as we welcome in the holiday season.Enjoy this episode and let's all celebrate our gratitude!P.S. Did you check out last week's episode with the amazing Wendy Hutchinson? I love how she stopped people pleasing and kicked her perfectionist tendencies to the curb to find her authentic self. If you're a midlife woman trying to figure it out and find more joy, this is a must-listen episode!******Please Share What You LovedYour feedback means everything to me! If you enjoyed this episode please rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Castbox or leave a comment at reinventionrebels.comPlease spread the word! Let's encourage more women to unapologetically embrace their Inner Reinvention Rebel and boldly pursue their wildest dreams.******Let's Stay in Touch!Visit me at reinventionrebels.comCheck out other things I'm up to here: http://linktr.ee/reinventionrebelsReady to pursue your midlife and beyond dreams? Here's a simple and fun way to get started and kick uncertainty to the curb! Download my audio cheat sheet, 5 Questions to Spark Your Curiosity and Inspire Your Reinvention Journey. Let's get inspired together.

Remarkable People Podcast
Life after a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Blessings in Disguise, & It's Never Too Late for Positive Change | Roberta Knechtly

Remarkable People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 80:29 Transcription Available


Have you heard the one about the hair stylist who went through a nasty divorce and then entered into a phase of life that looked terrible? You know, the one where she was just getting back on her feet and finding balance when her daughter was hit by a car, suffered a traumatic brain injury, and both of their lives were changed forever. Together they prove you can live a full life after a TBI.Today our guest is an author, coach, and in the best place she's ever been in life. In this episode you'll not only hear her story, and part of her daughters story, but you'll also learn tips, tricks, and basic life habits on how today's guests recovered, and you can too. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Roberta Knechtly story! GUEST BIO: Roberta is an author and entrepreneur who studies personal development and is passionate about health and wellness. PROUD SPONSORS: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video GuideRPP Listeners use promo code, “200OFF4RPP” for $200 off of your Sales & Marketing Video Guide. Learn More and Order Now at https://davidpasqualone.com/services/sales-and-marketing-video-guide-marketing-consulting-that-works/ SHOW NOTES:Guest Info:Website: https://shelooksfinebook.comIG-@shelooksfineofficialFB-Roberta KnechtlyLinkedIn-Roberta Knechtly Special Offer(s):Go to my website at https://shelooksfinebook.com and download the book preview for free! Resources Mentioned: Daughter Paige's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/iampaigeofficialFearless (New single that dropped with book): https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/paige4/fearlessHottie Red (New album dropped this summer) https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/paige4/hottie-redThe Ghost in My Brain bookSupport the showHOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST: Subscribe, Rate, & Review us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, or your favorite podcast platform. Share Episodes with your family, friends, and co-workers. Sponsor or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you, and people like you around the world! HAVE A QUESTION? Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas, and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will. THANKS FOR JOINING US FOR THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST!

Shoulders Down
Never Too Late to Recover with Debbie Lesko

Shoulders Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 83:27


This week we are joined by Debbie Lesko, an anti-advocate and diet activist and eating disorder survivor. In this episode we talk about: Deb's story with  50+ year long struggle with an eating disorderThe pieces that helped Deb finally decide to commit to recoveryThe story behind what led Deb to create her account, Diets Dont Work and her feelings about how its grownA massive turning point in Deb's body image journeyHow Deb stays rooted in recovery on bad body image daysBefore diving into the episode, I share info about my FREE resource, The Intuitive Eater Holiday Survival Guide in honor of it being Thanksgiving week.  I also share about my new self-paced course experience offering, The Return. Connect with Debbie on Instagram @diets_dont_work_haes1Connect with Debbie on her Facebook page Diets Dont WorkJoin the waitlist for The ReturnDownload your FREE Intuitive Eater Holiday Survival GuideSubmit your question(s) here for chance to have it answered on an upcoming podcast episodeApply to The Embodied Method, my 1:1 coaching programFollow me on Instagram for more intuitive eating content @leahkern.rdVisit my website to learn more about my coaching offeringsSubscribe to my weekly newsletter to get a nugget of intuitive eating inspiration delivered to your inbox each week.

Breathe Love & Magic
The Simplicity And Power Of Gratitude

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 19:56


In this bonus episode of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast, I share my very simple gratitude practice. Find out how to nourish your soul in just a few minutes. When you build on even the smallest moments that you're grateful for, you'll lift your spirit, raise your vibe, and expand your world. And remember, ... Read more The post The Simplicity And Power Of Gratitude appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
6523 Never Too Late with Suzanne Muller and KC Armstrong

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 26:44


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I Am This Age
From Nonprofit to Podcast Entrepreneur: Brian Biedenbach, 44

I Am This Age

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 38:39


At 44 Brian Biedenbach has left his long career at a nonprofit to run his own podcast production company. He has a wife and three kids and somehow, he found the courage to try something new and scary and look failure in the eye. Tune in now to find out how he made this big change despite his fear! Email info@jellyfishindustries.com for the show transcription www.summitcitystudios.comwww.jellyfishindustries.com@iamthisage_podcast@summitcitystudios

Victory World Outreach Podcast
Never Too Late, Never Too Far

Victory World Outreach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 97:40


Living the Dream
It's Never Too Late to Grow into who You're Meant to be with Roberta Knechtly

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 59:15


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT Roberta Campbell Knechtly is an author, educator, hairstylist, mentor and entrepreneur. Her commitment to personal development, health and wellness, and her Christian faith helped her care for her daughter Paige after her horrific accident. She is a devoted mother of two and enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. Dreams: Show People her growth and her change to show them that they can do it too. Write Another Book Spend a lot more time on the beach Travel More Turn She Looks Fine into a movie Create a legacy for her children and be an example for them and others. Waiting for her Soul Mate How you can Help: Ryan Gosling Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Movie is The Secret Contact them at: robertaknechtly@gmail.com

Living the Dream
It's Never Too Late to Grow into who You're Meant to be with Roberta Knechtly

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 59:15


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT Roberta Campbell Knechtly is an author, educator, hairstylist, mentor and entrepreneur. Her commitment to personal development, health and wellness, and her Christian faith helped her care for her daughter Paige after her horrific accident. She is a devoted mother of two and enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. Dreams: Show People her growth and her change to show them that they can do it too. Write Another Book Spend a lot more time on the beach Travel More Turn She Looks Fine into a movie Create a legacy for her children and be an example for them and others. Waiting for her Soul Mate How you can Help: Ryan Gosling Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Movie is The Secret Contact them at: robertaknechtly@gmail.com

Breathe Love & Magic
Creating Moments Of Joy And Your Dream Life With Colleen Coles

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 29:52


Ready for creating moments of joy and your dream life? Join me as I interview Colleen Coles, who developed the program Orgasmic Dream Life in this week's episode of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast. She Did Everything Right I asked Colleen how she got into this area of coaching and came up with the ... Read more The post Creating Moments Of Joy And Your Dream Life With Colleen Coles appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Self Improvement Daily
“It's never too late to start again.”

Self Improvement Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 3:11


I don't care who you are, you always have the opportunity to completely revolutionize your life by choosing to start again. Want to get into action and start living up to your potential? Register for the Your Best-Self Breakthrough 21 Day Challenge!

Thriving Nurse
188. It’s Never Too Late to Start

Thriving Nurse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 16:35


Do you ever think things are so off-track there's no point in trying? Maybe your New Year's Resolution didn't last more than a week, or maybe it feels too late in your career to go back to school or switch specialties. If you're feeling this way, I want you to know you can totally hit the "reset" button anytime. It's not too late. Join me in this episode, and let's create the future you want - starting now.

Business Before Technology
#12 It's Never Too Late to Plan for Your Exit with Matt Coletta, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of M&A Business Advisors

Business Before Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 46:47


In this episode, we meet with Matt Coletta, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of M&A Business Advisors. Matt and his partner have built one of the deepest and most technically diverse M&A Advisory firms in the area. Focusing primarily on the sell side, they have been highly successfully in helping business owners to achieve a successful exit with a win-win mindset. Listen and learn more about what you can do to increase the value of your company from an industry expert like Matt. -------- Guest: Matt Coletta | www.mabusinessadvisors.com/mattcoletta/ Host: Craig Pollack | www.FPAinc.com ------ This is a Mr. Thrive Media production | email: Chaz@MrThrive.com | Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
6451 Never Too Late with Suzanne Muller and KC Armstrong

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 28:11


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The House of Mario: A Nintendo Podcast
Ash Ketchum Shows It's Never Too Late To Achieve Your Dreams

The House of Mario: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 99:18


Welcome to The House of Mario! The South Australian Nintendo podcast that is backed by a 120 Power Star Rating!This week Drew dives into the interesting data released during Nintendo's quarterly financial results and discusses what it could mean regarding the Switch's user base. He also shares why Ash Ketchum's big win brought him to tears, why Pokémon is so special and a gut check on Pokémon Scarlet & Violet releasing at the end of this week!The doors are open! GURU GEEKOUTAwesome work Carpool Gaming, Save The Game Media & The Trophy Room raising over $9000 for Extra Life! Fundraising efforts are dedicated to Miles O'Neil who has pfeiffers syndrome, a rare genetic disease that mostly affects the development of the bones in his head and face.A Massive congratulations to friend of the show and host of the fantastic Nintendo Podcast Nintenvania, Josh, for proposing to his wonderful partner!Happy Birthday to Sam Heigh!THIS WEEKS RED COIN RELEASESSifuTactics Ogre: RebornAtari 50: The Anniversary CelebrationSonic FrontiersLISTEN TO OTHER IDREWBY STUDIOS PODCASTSEncore At The House of Mario (The After Party Nintendo Podcast)A Drew Story (A Conversational Interview Podcast)Crackin' Furphys (Crackin' lies among true stories)FOLLOW ON TWITTERDrew: @iDrewbyTHOM: @TheHouseOfMarioSUPPORT IDREWBY STUDIOS CONTENTGain access to Secret Recordings & get your name in the credits all while helping Drew achieve his goal of making 1 working day a week free to create podcasts!Patreon.com/idrewbyWANNA START A PODCAST?Captivate. FM is the hosting platform Drew uses for all his podcasts. With simple yet powerful tools, an in-built marketing suite and plenty of tips to better your show, Drew believes this is the best podcast hosting platform on the internet! Use our Affilate link for a 1 week free trial and if you sign up you help support the show!INVITE TO THE HOUSE OF MARIO DISCORD COMMUNITY!Join the community to chat with awesome people like Mettadox, Ash, Luke, Jamie, Sam, Deejaayy, Delfino and others!Invitation to The House of Mario discord community

Visionary Family
Hope for Prodigals & Their Parents, Part 3

Visionary Family

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 21:44


Many parents know the grief of having a teen or adult child who is hard hearted toward God. Is there any hope? What can parents do to reach a “prodigal” child for Jesus? In part three of this podcast series, Dr. Rob Rienow shares biblical principles and practical steps to help parents and grandparents connect with their adult children and encourage them in their faith. If you have a son or daughter far from God, you are not alone. There is hope! God can use you to make a huge impact in the life of your child – no matter how old they are or how far away they live. If you have a prodigal son or daughter, be sure to get Dr. Rienow's book, Never Too Late – as well as the Video Bible Study Series. Both the book and video series are available at VisionaryFam.com Listen & Subscribe on your favorite podcasting service: Website: podcast.visionaryfam.com Apple Podcasts: apple.visionaryfam.com Discover more resources to help your family: visionaryfam.com parenting.visionaryfam.com marriage.visionaryfam.com family.visionaryfam.com churches.visionaryfam.com shop.visionaryfam.com Visionary Family Ministries is part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network: christianparenting.org

Elephant Journal: The Mindful Life with Waylon
97. Waylon reads “It's Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life."

Elephant Journal: The Mindful Life with Waylon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 27:41


Waylon Lewis reads chapters one, two, and three from his newly released book “It's Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life.” Included is commentary on each chapter. “A collection of precious wisdom that I learned along the way. I pass it on to you, to make use of every day.” ~ Waylon Lewis 

Breathe Love & Magic
Raise Your Vibe With These Warm Suggestions – Podcast Snack

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 7:02


In this episode, a podcast snack, I'll be talking about how to handle denser energies and raise your vibe with these four warm suggestions. Dense Energies Have Been Draining The energy leading up to the US election was very dense and heavy. Add to that the full moon with an eclipse, and there was a ... Read more The post Raise Your Vibe With These Warm Suggestions – Podcast Snack appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
Sunday Special: It's Never Too Late To Start A Family

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 49:26


On this must see Sunday Special edition of Human Events Daily, Jack Posobiec goes one-on-one with Tyler Bowyer and they dissect exactly how the citizens of the United States are changing the way they live, changing the way they vote and ultimately changing the way they think. Jack and Tyler provide crucial insight as to why America is still the only destination for pure freedom on the planet. Join us for an intimate, deep conversation about community, the spirit of the United States and how it is NEVER too late to start a family. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO 

Breathe Love & Magic
Discover Sacred Geometry Art With Lon, Author of Modern Merlin

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 30:45


If you like sacred geometry art, wait until you meet Lon. In this episode of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast, we talk about soul portraits, oracle decks, and her new book Modern Merlin. Sacred Geometry Art I began by asking Lon what sacred geometry art is all about. She explained how the sacred part ... Read more The post Discover Sacred Geometry Art With Lon, Author of Modern Merlin appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Read & Rant Podcast
EPS235 | Joel 1 to 3 "Never too late"

Read & Rant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 61:49


Support by becoming a patron and get access to exclusive content (live sessions, bible readings, and bible studies)Click the link or go to patreon.com/isaacfrere

Simply By Grace Podcast
Never too Late!: Lessons from the Thief on the Cross

Simply By Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 39:12


Three gospels tell the story of two thieves crucified with Jesus, but only Luke lets us see the change of heart in one thief that brought him eternal life with Christ. In a time and environment where so many people confuse or complicate the gospel, this story reminds us of the simplicity of faith in Christ as Savior. You will see what the thief did and did not do to obtain eternal life. It is a picture of God's grace in salvation and a challenge for us to never give up on anyone who needs to be saved.

Visionary Family
Hope for Prodigals & Their Parents, Part 2

Visionary Family

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 20:49


Many young people grow up in church but leave it behind when they become adults. Why does this happen? What can parents do to help? Perhaps you have a “prodigal” teen or adult child. The world tells you that there is nothing you can do for them. That is a lie! In part 2, Dr. Rob Rienow will help you understand why so many young people drift away from God, and more importantly what you can do, as parents and grandparents, to spiritually encourage them. It is never too late for God to use you! If you have a prodigal son or daughter, be sure to get Dr. Rienow's book, Never Too Late – as well as the Video Bible Study Series. Both the book and video series are available at VisionaryFam.com Listen & Subscribe on your favorite podcasting service: Website: podcast.visionaryfam.com Apple Podcasts: apple.visionaryfam.com Discover more resources to help your family: visionaryfam.com parenting.visionaryfam.com marriage.visionaryfam.com family.visionaryfam.com churches.visionaryfam.com shop.visionaryfam.com Visionary Family Ministries is part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network: christianparenting.org

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
6371 Never Too Late with Suzanne Muller and KC Armstrong

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 28:58


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Cops and Writers Podcast
091 Retired Police Sergeant And P.I. George Cramer Is Proving That It's Never Too Late To Start Your Author Career!

Cops and Writers Podcast

Play Episode Play 25 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 72:58


My guest on today's show is George Cramer, an enrolled descendant of the Karuk Tribe of California. George began his forty-year investigative career in law enforcement and then moved into private and corporate investigations. He attended the Institute of American Indian Arts, earning his MFA-Creative Writing.As a corporate and private investigator, Mr. Cramer conducted thousands of investigations throughout the Americas and Asia. He kept his investigative skills honed by volunteering as a Missing Persons investigator at a California Police Department.In today's episode we discuss:·      How George got interested in law enforcement.·      What it was like to be a police officer in 1968.·      Training and equipment for a street cop back in the late 1960s.·      Doing undercover drug buys with members of the Hell's Angles Motorcycle Gang.·      Becoming a private investigator. ·      Beginning his writing career and his M.F.A. at age 68.  All of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.Visit George's website to learn more about him and his books!Check out Field Training (Brew City Blues Book 1)!!Enjoy the Cops and Writer's book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupConsider buying me a coffee :-)Do you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor? You've come to the right series! If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch, you're going to love Brew City Blues! Book one of Brew City Blues, Field Training, is now pre-order and will be available for purchase on November 18, 2022 on AmazonSupport the show

I Am This Age
From Married to Divorced to Married with Kids: Rebekah Ward, 44

I Am This Age

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 60:31


Today Rebekah Ward talks all about her past relationships, how religion influenced them, and how she moved through divorce to a healthy, loving marriage with two kids in her early 40's. Rebekah is hilarious, open, and full of personal insight. My goodness do I love this episode. You will laugh and cry (maybe not cry but you will laugh) and you will absolutely learn something about what loving relationships really look like. Enjoy today's change story! www.iamthisage.com@iamthisage_podcastwww.jellyfishindustries.comwww.mollysider.com Transcript:Here's the thing. In my twenties and my thirties, I could not have been in the kind of romantic relationship I am in now. I couldn't because I hadn't yet done the work on myself that is required to be in that kind of relationship. I wanted to feel a deep connection with another human, and I wasn't going to settle for anything else, no matter how loud my biological clock ticked.But I also had no idea how to get that. I wanted to feel seen by a partner in such an intimate way that all my fears of being misunderstood by the rest of the world would fall away with the knowing that this one person whom I loved and respected and let's be honest, wanted to have sex with all the time, saw me for exactly me, and still wanted to have sex with me.It took years of learning and growing and experiencing disappointing relationships, and then years more of taking a very hard look in the mirror and recognizing and admitting the things about myself I wasn't particularly proud of, and then more years of untangling why I was doing those things.Figuring out why I really wanted this deep connection, unlearning unproductive habits, teaching myself new ways to be, and then committing to being those things. Now I get to continue learning and growing, but I get to do it in the kind of relationship I always wanted. So no, I couldn't have had this back then.I wasn't ready yet. But at 44, I am ready and I have it because I've lived those experiences and with every experience I learned more about the person I want to be, the kind of person I want to be in relationship with. And maybe most importantly, the belief that I am a worthy of the deep connection I always dreamed of.And if I learned anything from today's guess, it's that you have to believe in your worthiness enough to risk losing something great in order to gain what you most desire.Welcome back to another episode of I Am This Age a podcast proving it's never too late. You're never too old, so go do that thing you're always talking about. I'm Molly Cider, your host. And today's guest is Rebecca Ward, and we go deep into relationships, self-discovery, and what love really looks like. We talk extensively about how her experiences in and out of relationships in her twenties and thirties prepared her for getting married to her current husband just before her 39th birthday, and for having two kids in her forties.Rebecca is a blast. There's definitely some swearing in this episode. We laugh a lot and we laugh loudly, but mostly there's so much honesty and self-discovery, and I think it just might be one of my favorite episodes so far. So please enjoy Rebecca Ward.My name is Rebecca Ward. I am 44. I am a an artist. I act and direct and write. I am a wife and a mother of two children, a four year old and a one year old, and I am tired. So, and it is almost eight o'clock at night. Almost eight, which used to be when I would go out. It's just a perpetual, uh, exhaustion. But it'll pass.It'll pass. Yeah. Today we're gonna talk about love and relationships, how to get there. Yeah. Yeah. Um, so I, the long and windy road, the long and windy road, , the never ending, long and windy road. You had two big relationships as a young adult. The first was, um, at 19 years old when you were engaged to a man who was 31.Mm-hmm. . He was a member of a Christian organization that came to your high school, and that's how you met. Yes. , your community, Um, being small, religious. Mm-hmm. and in your words, undereducated. I would say so. Okay. Or underexposed under underexposed. Mm-hmm. . Okay. That's, that's a, a better, nicer way. Yeah. Um, so underexposed, um, they were very supportive of your relationship.Mm-hmm. , you were considered a rockstar couple , you were studying to be a missionary. Um, but you also had this deep urge to travel and he did not. So eventually you broke off the engagement after moving away to college, which was devastating to your relationship with your friends and your family back at home.You did eventually, um, rectify that family. Yeah. With my family and Yeah, and the friend and, and, and the friends I stayed close to, you know. Oh, good. Okay. Yeah. And your second relationship was with a teacher at your college, . Um, he was two years older than youIt's not, Look, we've all got these stories and you have to get through it in order to get to the place. Um, but yeah. This one, this one was, um, two years older than you. Yeah. You shared a love of theater. Mm-hmm. . He wasn't religious and you said he did things like drink martinis, , and listen to Led Zeppelin and vinyl, which I just love those details.Um, and for that, you found him fascinating. And the two of you got married. Mm-hmm. . And you were married for 10 years. Yes. You went through some hard life moments together. Mm-hmm. , you did some personal growth work. Mm-hmm. . And as you began to realize who each of you were as individuals, you also understood that you were no longer a fit for each other and you left that marriage.Yeah, I would say. That is the summation post leaving. I don't know that. I could have articulated it that clearly when I was leaving. I very much loved him. Uh, but we were really ill suited toward one another. Um, and we had gotten engaged so quickly after dating for five months. Had we spent more time in relationship together before we decided to spend eternity together, , then maybe we would've figured that out, um, before we, uh, you know, took vows.But we didn't, and we were young. And I think that in the end, we, we both have grown into much healthier, happier people outside of a marriage relationship with one. . And so you, you left the marriage and you were in your early thirties, correct? Yeah. It was just still a baby. Mm-hmm. . Um, and so the following , the following like six or so years, was you sort of getting to play, you got your first apartment by yourself, you dated, you traveled, you did plays, you made friends, you went to therapy,Yes. Lots of that. You had an explosion of self-discovery mm-hmm. . And, um, you, you said people were noticing that you were changing. Yes. Can you tell the story about what did the casting doctors say to you? Um, so I had been seen in this casting office in Chicago, you know, for several years while I was married.And then for, I don't know, the first several months post separation. . I had gone in for some auditions and after one of those auditions, the casting associate, not the director of the whole office, but an associate pulled me aside and said, Hey, I, I wanted to just ask you what's going on Is something different?You've changed, You're just, And I was like, Well, you know, I, I got divorced. And he was like, I wondered your name wasn't the same, you know? And I was like, Yeah. And . And I also said, I'm having a lot of sex. And he was like, Great . Yeah. Um, but he just said that I was happier and lighter. And, um, it's, it sounds to me like you had this very clear intention at that time to.Really figure out what you, what your values were. Mm. Um, and you, you said you started to do this by saying yes to everything. Yeah. And I find it, um, I find it really interesting because you came from this like tiny religious, conservative Yeah. Conservative community. Mm-hmm. with lots of rules, that are based on noLots of nos. Lots of nos. And all of a sudden you're saying lots of yeses. You know, the world was literally your oyster and you were, it was like you were going to experience everything and then just narrow it down from there. Mm-hmm. , you were having like a complete reboot. I, I, it did feel that way and in some ways, to be honest, Yes.Reboot, but also I think it was a returning to my original self. Um, I think that my whole life, even when I was a little kid, I gravitated toward. The edges of things. Um, the edges. What does that mean? The people who were on the edge, the people who were maybe not the most popular. I I, I was generally friends with most people, but I was always intrigued by people who were pushing boundaries.But that does not garner you favor in the Southern methods denomination, um, or as a pastor's wife or, you know, like it's just very conservative. Fundamentalist Christianity is built on preserving the positions of the people who are in power, and they are able to maintain their power by keeping those who are not they in fear.Uh, be it fear of eternal damnation or. Judgment or sin or whatever you wanna say. And there's a long list of shit you are not supposed to do. Even when I was little, I can recall people who smoked a cigarette or when I took ballet, people who were gay and, and they were not evil, monstrous people that, uh, my religion growing up made them out to be.And so I think that that time in my life reboot in terms of rewriting the rules in my head of how I'm allowed to live and how I want to live. But also, uh, it was, it was a journey back to like the part of me earliest on that suspected from the get-go that there weren't as many. Delineations between people, all the different people that I met that, that it was made out to be.Yeah. That were all pretty much the same. Yeah, we're a lot closer and, you know, gay or not gay, um, Catholic or not, Like being Catholic was horrible where I grew up in the church I grew up, they thought if you were, if you were Catholic, if you were part of a cult. And I was like, and then I grew up and I was like, what?Like if you practiced yoga or meditation, you were, you were getting too close to the devil. Like just some really whacked out stuff. So it was a very, it was a very tiny world that they gave you in which to operate. And I never liked that. I never, never, never, never did I have had a voracious appetite always for everything that's out there.And, and if you wanna get really like, super spiritual about it, I have. Found it to be true that the more I experience and the more people I know and the, the more things I eat and the more things I get to do well, the better. I know God anyway, cuz it's all the same. Yeah. I don't really think God and limits actually go together.Can you give us a little snippet of what that time period look like for you,Um, you're so good at storytelling story. Uh, ok, sure. Um, I've made it very clear that I grew up in a conservative culture that was heavily religious and patriarchal and that also meant any sexuality was completely stamped out and, and forbidden because, you know, it's a gateway to you doing all kinds of things that would take you away from the Lord, whatever.I did wait to have sex until I got married, and my husband at the time was the only person I'd had sex with. So when that relationship was over, I absolutely was like, Well, now I know what I'm doing, . Um, which, you know, for some people, I, I imagine there's a wide range of ways that people would choose to, uh, live out that, that like time of exploration.For me, it primarily meant like saying yes to dates and for the first time in my life, a couple, one night nightstand and . A lot of the time it, I mean, I guess what I should say is it didn't take long for me to realize, maybe it was after three or four partners that I was like, A lot of this is the same , right?Like it's not, I'm anyb blowing experiences . Um, and I that, that in itself I was like, you know, but in particular the way I was operating for a snapshot of a moment, I was staying at this extended ta stay place where they put you up when you're an out of town actor, but you know, anybody can stay there.It's also a hotel. And I had either gotten home that, I can't even remember what time of day it was, but, um, either from rehearsal in the afternoon or in the evening after a show, I don't recall. And I was at the desk and I don't know if I was getting mail or something and I saw a man in the lobby. Sort of standing there and then get into an elevator.And we made eye contact and he was extremely handsome. There was this just sort of like charge, like electric charge. And I just, you know, and he got in the elevator and that was that. Um, but I finished my business, either got a pa, I don't know what it was, package or something anyway, and I went to hit the up button on the elevator and it opened and he was still in there.So he had either come back down or, I don't know. So I, he looked at me and I looked at him and I smiled and I got in the elevator. There was no one else in the elevator and he didn't speak English and he sort of noded and said hello or something. And then he just got really close to me and then we kissed and made out in the elevator until he came Oh my God.To his floor. I know, I know. I sound like I'm trying not to slut shame myself. Um, no, this is an amazing story. He, it was only like four floors up. We got to his floor and he kind of noded and like I said, he didn't speak English, but said, Do you wanna come in? And I, and I just said, No, I don't. I was fine and I didn't wanna do anything that I didn't feel safe with.Like, I was like, I don't really know this person. But I didn't feel unsafe in that moment in the elevator with him. And he was very like, Okay. And said something like Bella or beautiful or something like that. And that was that. And I never saw that person again. Wow. That's exciting. It was a moment where I just remember thinking, I'm going to, I'm gonna say yes to this moment and this instinct.And I did. And I was also really paying attention to my feelings. Uh, I want to, I feel like I should preface this like warning label. I had been spending an a solid year and a half up to that point in therapy, meditating, taking an antidepressant, uh, really working on self care and healing because when I made the decision to leave my ex-husband, I wanted to be able to trust that decision and the place from which I made it.And so I also felt really confident post separation o of what I was exploring and what I was doing. I, I didn't feel like I was. Like rebounding or anything. It wasn't like that. It was, it was a, a very intentional journey of what makes me happy, what feels good, what doesn't feel good. I wasn't always right.Right. Like there was a , there was a one night stand or a good guy that I went on a few dates with, and he totally ghosted me and totally got caught . And we had mutual friends. Oh, yeah. And I, I remember being 100% sort of publicly rejected and walking back to my car after the show and just breathing and thinking, Okay, okay, this is so, huh.So this is what it's like as an adult. You know, you, you choose to operate at this level and share yourself at this level. And it does not equal commitment or relationship. And I knew that cerebrally, but that was the first. That I'd actually experienced it and, and one potential outcome of my choices. It wasn't devastating or anything like that.It was just a, a, what's the word? Like, I was rebuffed. I was, I had very, he very clearly was like, Yeah, I'm done now. And I was likethere. And then now I've like, ok, ok. Pick myself up. And, you know, so a lot of the lessons that I feel like many people get when they're in their early to mid twenties, I wasn't having until a decade later. Yeah. Um, and I was giving myself, for the first time ever in my life, permission to be a sexual person, to follow my instincts, to make mistakes, and to do that shame and judgment.That's amazing. Just for the record, like I feel like I was still doing that in my thirties. I definitely was through my thirties. Like I think I was Sure I was, I've had those experiences even in my early, like in my forties . Yeah. Yes. I think as long as we are trying to learn who we are, you're gonna find these things out one way or the other.Yeah. And relationships with other people are, are our fastest teachers. Yes, they are. And also, but also like, we have to be willing to, you know, really look at ourselves and the role that we play in the relationship. Sure. And, and how we're contributing to whatever the thing is that we have experienced.Even if it's the ghosting, like, oh, I could tell you how I contributed to it. Oh, you're gonna move here. You're gonna move here from Brooklyn. Oh, that's great. Right. . Right. So the girl who had been in a relationship for 10 years and one other relationship before that maybe was not so great at one night stand.Right. And the thing is, is that when we're not willing to actually look at how we're contributing to these circumstances, we never learn. And I know of plenty of people who are still dealing with this in their seventies. Yes. And it's so hard. My parents, who I love deeply have an extremely dysfunctional marriage and they've been married for 48 years and, and it is a wreck.And they've spent that much time together without, yet finding a way, um, for each of them to thrive. You know? And I don't really understand all of the things that contribute to a person's inability to move forward. I imagine that it is so specific. Um, and I know that, you know, past traumas and a mil and access to healthcare and resources, there's so many things that go into it.Our generation, Being able to go to a therapist and or be on an antidepressant without nearly the stigma that our parents had, right? Like, that's a massive leap forward. Um, so there are lots of reasons, but you won't, you won't move forward. If you can't take responsibility for your own shit, you just won't truth, you know?Not that it's easy to do. It is not easy. It's, it's not easy. It's just about the hardest thing, but it gets easier the more you do it. It really does. It's never easy, but it gets easier, I think. But it does get easier because the work becomes more familiar. It's not as, as scary a place as the first time you choose to be so vulnerable to show either someone else or just be honest with yourself about those, those parts of yourself that you, you're embarrassed of or that are dark or that are, you know, have been hurtful or harmful to someone else.But then, Like anything, the more you do it, the more you practice being authentic, the less grip that it has on you and, and you begin to trust the outcome of, of that behavior. Where before it was this big, scary unknown thing and the risk was so huge. But the more you do it, the more you know ultimately what lies on the other side.Yeah. Is where you wanna be. Yeah. And that you'll be okay. You won't die from it. And that everyone else is just as scared to do the same thing and everyone else is hiding or gripping to some similar insecurity or fear. And the more that you just face it and let it out and talk about it, the more you realize we're all pretty similar.Yes. Uh, you know, I think for me, my parents' unhappiness has been a big motivating factor in my own life to not end up in that place and that. Impetus, Right. That, that was my compass of like, well then that means I'm number one. I'm not gonna stay in a miserable marriage. Number two, I've gotta get help for the shit that that is mine.And, and number three, I, I'm gonna have to start tearing apart some of this stuff that I, I've been taught and that we've grown up in that is keeping us broken and tied down. And, and that means walking away from like, Huh. Big existential life defining, you know, not qualities, but like beliefs and, and, and be trusting that I'll be able to withstand the rejection and the disappointment, or, and there was that, you know, from my mom and dad.And then eventually they came around because they love us. They love my sister and I And was it easy at first? Oh my God, no. It was horrible. It was horrible. And I knew that they were disappointed, maybe even embarrassed of me. But in the end, they, they lovingly said, Yeah, oh, we were really wrong. Wow. But yeah, so then through all of that saying yes and exploration, and it was a, it feels like a real messy time.It was a messy, exciting, maybe I started to say reckless, so it probably was in certain moments, reckless maybe that I, because I was so intent unlike, what is this? What is this? I was not fit for up to be a partner to another person at that time. Right. Or a long term partner by any means. So that's what I mean, reckless, Um, because I was too, I was, I was too ready to just move around.And from thing to thing and thing, I didn't, I did not want any other relationship after. 10 years married and 12 years together. And it was so hard and so sad to disentangle myself from that, that I was like, Nope, , let's just play for a while. Yeah. Yeah. And you did, and then you met Kyle and then, Then I met my husband, my, now my number two husband, he always says two and not through.And I'm like, Yes, I'm through . But I would not say, I would not say till death do us part in our vows because I no longer believe in that. Not that I don't believe in death, I do, but what I'm saying is I don't believe you have to promise someone your whole fucking life, cuz nobody knows that. Yeah. So, yes.Okay. So you met, so you, so you met Kyle. Yeah. What, what did you think of Kyle when you first met him? I thought that he was a very. Labrador of a person, just so much. He was so much, and there were so many emojis and exclamation points, and he, he was really happy and I, I felt like Kyle was a lot. It was, he, he was so laser focused on me, which in some ways was amazing.Yeah. I'd never had someone who was like, You, you're it , you know? I mean, I guess, but not, not in that way. Or maybe I, What I should say is I'd never had someone who was the type of person Kyle was, say something like that. The people who had said it before. Were people who were emotionally unavailable. So when they would say, You, you're it, they, it would be like half of a piece of toast.And I'd be like, Thank you, . Kyle said, You're, it's like, Here is past of Whole Foods. He's like, You done it all. Um, I and I, it was so much, it was so much and a lot, and he was very different than any person I had ever, ever dated. And I was very skeptical. . So skeptical. There was not a dark or brooding. Shred in his entire existence.And that was what I generally was attracted to, was like these, you know, injured, hurt, addict, sexy men. Even if I didn't know that about them, if I was drawn to them nine times outta 10, that, that, that was all in the mix somewhere. Um, Kyle was none of those things. And so the Compass, one of my friends told me, Girl, your picker is broken.So my broken picker was like, Nah, , no thanks. Woo. Where were you in your journey of figuring yourself out at this point, would you say? Um, I was still, I was still dating around. Mm-hmm. . Um, I had had one like longer term relationship right after I had left my husband. Um, and I had ended that relationship. Um, Because that person had a significant drinking problem.I had had no intention of settling down really with any person. But I do think, I do think I did eventually wanna find another partner, but I didn't wanna get married again at all. Why , Why do you, why did you hang out with Kyle? Kyle is like magic. There's no other person in my life that I have ever connected with in the way that I connect to Kyle.He makes me laugh. And it is a, it is a, an, uh, it throws me off balance every time I get, It's a silly way to say it, but I get tickled, right? Like he's still to this day will. Catch, like say things and it catches me off guard. And I am delighted by him. And even though he was nerdy and, um, you know, like I mentioned before, like more, definitely more clean cut and just not, like I said, not anything like the guy that, that guys that I had normally gone for something about him when I was around him, I was relaxed.Mm. And I That's huge. Yeah. I relaxed and I had so much fun and. A, a girlfriend of mine at the time, I remember saying to her like, I don't know. Right? Like, I don't know if he's gonna be alpha enough for me. Like, God, what a conti thing to say. But that is what I said by all means. I was not like fully realized as a person that Jesus at that point in time, and we probably aren't ever, but I didn't know if our chemistry was gonna be enough or if he was gonna be, you know, exciting enough for me or whatever.I actually, this is something that I wanted to talk about because I think we get. So used to the like excitement, like the artists who are, you know, intense and brooding and dangerous and sexy and the excitement and danger of not knowing what's next. Do they love me? Are they playing games with me? Will I ever see them again?You know? Yeah. And when and how. And then you see them again and it's like you feel like you are everything in the earth. Sure. It's a horrible cycle. Yeah. Yeah. It's a cycle. And then, but then it's like that that anxiousness, that a accompanies like the volatility of those types of relationships I think is what we often mistake for chemistry.Like we think that's true. The excitement, We think it's excitement. We think it's attraction, but it's really anxiety. And so then when we meet someone's, and it's, yes, it's from a trauma childhood, a hundred percent. And then when we meet someone romantically who like doesn't. Make us feel those same ups and downs, then we are in this position where we're like, I don't know, like he's great, but I feel like something's missing.Or like, there's no chemistry. And it's like, No, what we're missing is the instability that we are so accustomed to, but we, we, we interpret his chemistry. Yep, Yep. It's, I mean, I don't even think that I really, I really understood all of that, but you just spoke about until, oh, Jesus, I don't know, maybe four or five years, maybe even.I'm not even sure I understood it when I married Kyle. I don't, I'm not sure I could have articulated it that well. Um, I don't think I understood this until, honestly, just a few months ago, , you know, Kyle was stable and safe and probably the biggest difference between him and and everyone else in my life up to that point is that Kyle put all his cards on the table right at the get go and.I think that number one, I didn't know what to do with all that. And number two, the allure of like, who is this person? Or is this, you know, like, like what we talked about with a person who is not fully invested. That was what my normal was. And that there's part of a chase, right? And, uh, you, you learn to evaluate your own self worth with whether or not you succeed in getting this person's attention.Slash commitment a thousand percent, right? Yeah. And so where's the thrill that you're used to with a person who's like, Hey, I'm here all, every bit of me. Let's do this all the time. And you're like,Um, but I had a very, that very good friend that I was talking about, she said, you know, well, , if there's anything at all that you like about him, go on another date. Just go on a date, another date until you are sure that no. Okay. I know, and I could not deny that every time we did anything, I never felt better.I never once had a bad time even, even on like, you know, like awkward dates or whatever, which are inevitable. He still , he still always managed to just, I don't know, be he's, Kyle is exactly who he is. He, there's no pretense with him and he, he is willing to be in his own life a hundred percent and be present and answer questions and.I had never had that before with a person, so it felt overwhelming. Mm-hmm. . But it was also this new land. It it was safe. It was a place to be stable. Yeah. And I could relax. I, I don't know that I ever had relaxed in a relationship before, ever. The, And it built off of that. Right. And I, I think that number one, he was tremendously patient.And, uh, number two, he gave me space when I asked for space. And I was not ready when I met him to be his girlfriend at all. And I said that, and. He wanted to , he was, I think what he said was, I, this is like two or three months after we'd gone out on our first date or something, and he was like, I wanna date you.I wanna date this shit outta you, . And I said, Do you so cute? Do you mean like exclusively? And he was like, Yes, Rebecca, yes. And I was like, No, I can't, I can't do that. I'm not, I'm not ready for that. Um, if it makes you feel any better, you're in first place. And, but I can't, He says, he said later, he was like, That's all I needed to hear.I knew, like, he was like, I could see, he was like, The guys you dated that were terrible people, , he like, knew eventually come to senses. Wow. But I did, I did have to just take my time. And I, I think about, I moved to LA during that time. I lived by myself during that time and we did, We dated other people.Right? I did. Yeah. And not very many, like one or two guys and I not for very long. And I was clear with Kyle. I told him I'm, I'm gonna date people when I go out there. I, you know, if I, if I decide to sleep with anybody else but you, I'll let you know because I feel like that is, you know, respectful practice.But I really think that I was healing as a person and that the time I was taking with myself and making my own choices and living my own life allowed me to slowly see Kyle for the gift that he really was. Um, and as I was in LA in a new place, still being drawn towards the same old type of person at the same time, I was disappointed in them, which had never happened before.Ah, that's interesting. I was like, one guy in particular, I remember. I, I, we'd been making out or something and, and I was like, Are you, I've got a question for you. You know how you are when you're dumb and dating somebody at the beginning. And I was like, Are you ever silly? Do you ever, you know, are you, would you ever call yourself a silly person?And he was like, No, no, never. Oh, bored. And I, yeah, I felt my stomach kind of sink. And what I realized was, Oh, I'm valuing different things now. Like the, the love and delight and, and just spontaneity and silliness that comes with Kyle that I really like. I like it in my life and I like it as a part of me.I don't wanna date somebody who doesn't have that, and that would never have been a quality that was important to me a couple years prior. But I, I don't think I, I would've been able to appreciate it any earlier in life than I did. You know, That's why I say, I, I said yes to Kyle when he when he said, I'll go to the movies with you.Uh, because I had made a commitment to saying yes, not because I looked at him and was like, Oh yeah, hey. Right. That was not it. I remember thinking like, Okay, and I thought he might be gay, and I was like, Maybe you'll be my new gay friend that I go to movies with. Like, I had no idea what I was getting into at all with this person, and it changed my entire life and is the very, the very best thing that has ever happened to me.So, you know, it's him and him knowing himself and giving me space to know myself. When was the point or what was the point where you understood that you were ready to commit fully to Kyle? It's, it's, it was around that same time I was talking about that guy and I, I called my sister because Kyle, we'd been dating now for a year and a half and I still wouldn't.Commit to being, I hated this, but I was like, I'm, I'm not gonna be your girlfriend. I was married for a decade, for Christ's sake. I don't wanna be somebody's girlfriend. Right? Like, that just sounds so dumb. But I kept calling him the guy I'm seeing . And he was like, Yeah, that's really not, Yeah, that's so clearly.I had some hangups. Um, but I called my sister and I was like, I don't know Laura. Like, I like this guy. And he's, you know, the chemistry is just really exciting, but I kind of also feel like we might just burn each other out and, you know, but then I asked him, Is he silly? And he was like, No. And like, being silly was some kind of like disease or something.And I, and then Kyle and she, and she said to me, and Becky is what I was called growing up, by the way. So she was like, Becky, look, , there will always be more guys. Okay, Always. But Kyle is not gonna wait on you forever. So you need to just go ahead and decide. , either you're gonna be in a relationship with him and figure out if it works or just stop.And in that moment that sounded very clear to me and made sense. And I was like, Yeah, actually I need to stop waiting to, because I'm scared to see if it will be enough and I need to figure out if it will be or not. And um, so I think it was maybe two days later that he had already, we'd already had a trip planned for him to fly to LA and I told him, Yeah, okay, I want to do this and I wanna see what that means for me.And then we've been together ever since. So, , you took a lot of risks with Kyle, meaning I did like you moved to California and dating other people, and all of the things you just described, you mentioned to me. Phone call that you felt like you had or you had to be okay with losing Kyle. Yes. In order to arrive at a place of trust in yourself.That is hundred percent true. It seems like you always had a lot of trust in yourself, like even from early on, I mean, breaking off your engagement and mm-hmm. leaving your family and your religion and Yeah. Leaving a marriage. Like how do you consistently show up for yourself and have your own back in these moments of hard decisions and moments when maybe other people you're close with think you're making mistake?Um, thank you for saying that. I am not a person who enjoys dissonance or conflict. It's necessary. I've spent a lot of time in therapy learning that you can hold two opposing things at the same time, and they can both very much be true. Um, it is an uncomfortable place for me when something feels wrong inside of me or unjust.It is almost like I cannot even swallow. I can't, My chest gets too tight. I, I don't feel like I can move forward or take another step until I am righted within myself. In the instance when I was young, really young and engaged, I didn't have any good reason to. To break off that engagement except that I didn't want to get married.Well, that right there is a good enough reason, right? But not when you've already bought a wedding dress and you have bridesmaids dresses and you've got the photographer and you've been dating for two years, and you're gonna be missionaries together for the glory of the Lord and da da da. There was a whole lot invested in this relationship and how it appeared, but something didn't feel good and enough to where I was like having panic attacks and I, I was really sick to my stomach a lot of the time, and I, I just couldn't do it.AndI think for me, at least in the two relationships before Kyle, I reached such a pro, sadly, a profoundly dark place in my life that I didn't want. I just, that's wasn't what I wanted my fucking life to be like. I. I did not want to stay in West Virginia. I love West Virginia. I love my, my parents and my friends in my home.And, but I, I have always wanted to experience everything I get my hands on. And, um, I think the deepest part of me knew that that wasn't gonna happen in that relationship. And, and, and I got, I, I, like, I could go into it further, but I got really sick. I weighed 103 pounds. I couldn't eat. I was having panic attacks.It's the first time I started seeing a therapist. And it was because I was trying to force myself into this idea of what was right and good and holy and, you know, and it wasn't for me. And then when it came to leaving my marriage, I was miserable. I was, I was just so fucked up and broken and sad from this square peg, round hole arrangement.And it took so much undoing because I grew up in a place of marriages forever. You don't get divorced. Not unless he's hitting you, right. And even then you might not. And he was a very, he was a good man, quote unquote, right? So I think it'd be nice to say that I knew some secret way to be in tune with myself, but actually I just was so god damn miserable both times that I couldn't keep doing it.And. You know, I suppose there are, there are a couple things, right? So as I'm talking this out, we talked about verbal processing and what do you learn? Mm-hmm. . Um, first one, first engagement. No, I knew I didn't wanna stay at home. That was not my plan. So that was a deep core value in me. Whether I had defined it that way or not.Second marriage was kids. Um, that's probably what did it. Uh, we both wanted kids very much, but we were a mess. My first husband and an I and I wa I was not going to do to my children. What was done to me firmly, firmly made that promise. And so for three years, every New Year's Eve, we made a promise. This is the year we'll get it together.This is the year we'll get our shit together and we'll try for a family. And, and we never could. , and I very, very clearly remember that final New Year's Eve just being out of my body, just thinking like this is done. How much more time am I gonna waste? How much more time am I gonna waste? Because I wanted kids and I wanted them, but I wanted to give them what I didn't have.So I trusted those deep, deep things in myself that were calling out to me. And I don't know if that's helpful to anybody else who's trying to figure it out or not, but that's how it helped. I mean, that's how it felt to me. Yeah. And that's what, That's why Kyle, I think I, I've said before, the way he is, the humor that.It's like he has some sort of special key to a part of me that unlocked this. Like, Oh, right. Things are not so fucking hard. They're not actually, they can be really fun and really easy. And that's not to say that there weren't times of tension, like you mentioned. Like I did have to be willing to let Kyle go.I didn't know from the get go, I knew more, Oh, I still need space here. No, I'm not ready to fucking put a ring on my finger. No. Like things like that that I had to be willing to say. And I guess you, you asked how did I know I'd come that far? At that point, I was in my late thirties and I was like, Nah, this has been working for me.Right. This listening and trusting, so I'm just gonna keep doing it. Yeah. Yeah. That's what you wanted ultimately, it sounds like. Yeah. I, I was so tired of being afraid. Yeah. Afraid that I was making the wrong choice. Afraid that I was making God mad, afraid that I was gonna ruin my life, afraid that, whatever, you know, And I just refused to be afraid anymore.And, and that meant, that actually just meant doing what I wanted to do and facing the consequences, but knowing that I'd be okay. Yeah. Okay. So you guys got married? ? We didHe wore me down. Um, you know, I, we dated for three years before we got married. Much more than five months. He is six and a half years younger than me and had never been married. Yeah. He is younger than me. I didn't, We dated for three years and he moved to LA and, you know, we had this glorious. Grand time and wonderful adventure there.And, um, I wasn't sure that I wanted to get married again because it ended, it had, it was now tied to so much sadness. The idea of it, like my parents' marriage was always fucked, but then my own marriage that I really, really wanted to work did not. And so I, I just really wanted nothing to do with it. And then he like eased me into the conversation and he goes, Well, what if we just had a small, like, private ceremony, not even legal, just in the backyard with close friends.And then he was like, Well, I kind of feel like if we're gonna have kids, we should get married. And then also, my husband's mother had cancer and, and Kyle had never been married. And I just sort, it all just sort of went away and I was like, Fuck it. He can, you know, he wants this, right? Like it's a dream of his, and I'm sure, and I know his mother wanted him to have that experience.And so I was like, whatever , I'll just, I'll just it up. But they, I also, like, I didn't change my name and um, I said, No, I'm not saying till death do you part, like that's, I don't you Kyle, you know that? I don't believe that anything. We just don't know what the future holds. Yeah. Um, and he was like, Great, great, great.I love all of it. He goes, Just let me project the bat signal when we exit after we're married. Can I do that? What? I was like, I know, I forgot that I didn't tell you this. My husband loves Batman. Oh my God, this is amazing. Go on. Is it, is it, Well, Molly, is it, I dunno. Was with a deep undying devotion and the church took down.Is it pyramids or estimates, the like stuff that hangs at the front big wall of the church and one of our friends got a Batman gobo and a big light from one of the studios and we projected the bat signal and played the Danny Elfman Batman thing when we exited the church. Yeah. So he owes me forever. So it might not be until death do you part, but he owes you till death to part was right.Like, and everybody knows this about Kyle, like here's how deep his love goes for Batman. Mm-hmm not only does he have a Batman tattoo, he's got tons of Batman everything. My husband dressed up as Batman and went to Lurie Children's Hospital of his own accord. He knew someone there and would go and talk to the kid, like just to think.He didn't tell people he was doing it. It was just a thing he. That's the man I'm married. I , I, yeah. Adore him. He's amazing. I've only met him once very, very briefly. hardly talked to him at all, but he was a wonderful human being. What a guy. What a guy. Yeah. Yeah. So I, you know, like in the end I'm always like, Okay, fine.Whatever. . Yeah, yeah. Right, Because he's, because he's great. So, and I wanna be real clear, we fight, Okay. Everybody, we fight. I have said horrible things to him. He has said horrible things to me. Every, We have two children now. We're so fucking tired. We barely have sex like that. You know, I, I wanna be really honest.Everything is not like glorious and perfect. Yeah. But I love him. I love him, and he is my partner and. We are, we are honest with each other and we are kind to each other more than we are not. And that is, I I, I didn't know that partnership could be like this. We work really hard on ourselves to bring our best selves to this partnership and now to our kids, like we're in it to win it with these babies.They are, they are our everything. So that means you don't fuck around. Right. It's their life. Yeah. It's their life and you are their safe space. So tell me what part of you, if any, feels settled. Mm-hmm. . And what part of you, if any, feels wanting for more stillsettled. I, I mean, I got my family, right? I got a partner that I love and I. We did ended up having to do ivf. It was a whole thing, but we got two kids. Um, that is settled sometimes. I can't believe that I ended up with this fairy tale of, of things being as good as they are unsettled. It's a given and take.Right? I miss traveling. I miss the freedom of. Kids mostly have hampered that, but like, let's go get a cocktail and get wasted . Right? That doesn't happen anymore. You've wrecked, you wrecked for two days now and you can't parent like that. Spirit of full disclosure, Kyle and I talked like, would we ever be in an open relationship?Is that something that we would ever consider? And I was like, Yeah, I'd consider it. And he was like, No, I would not consider it. . Which probably comes as a surprise to absolutely know one. Do you, do you dress up as Catwoman for him? ? Oh yeah. Molly, have I have? Uh, yeah, it's photo evidence nonsense. Oh my God.Thank you for answering that very hard question. Um, I'm, well I guess I'll just ask you this because we talked about it earlier. What, through this conversation, what have you learned about yourself? Um, I think. The thing that sticks out and you ask me like, how have you always trusted yourself?I, I have a lot of thought swirling around that. Um,because I feel for so long that I didn't trust myself. In fact, I was taught not to trust myself. What I was taught is that we are inherently evil and that our desires are always gonna be sinful. And that what you have to do is learn what God wants for your life and learn what, what God's path is. And that is so profoundly damaging to a human being to say, No, don't trust yourself cuz what you want is probably wrong.And I think that's why I stayed in certain situations for so long. , even though I knew I didn't like it, I didn't know how to justify my own feelings. So maybe just remembering that I am capable of more than I really, I don't ever view myself the way that you described just now. Um, I always feel a lot more scared and fragile and bruised than I guess it appears.Right. And trying to bring those two things together, right. What I'm capable of and what I've been through. And then also recognizing that sometimes I stilla am am as lost as the next person, you know, And that you'll get through that. Yeah. Cuz you have before. Sure. Sure. Yes. . Yes. And when it feels like shit, just know that this is just the time for feeling like shit. You know? I think I mentioned this to you in one of our phone calls, but it stuck with me and it stuck with me when I was going through my divorce.But, um, when a caterpillar goes into its cocoon, it actually liquefies its whole body does before it reemerges as a butterfly, it literally turns to goo its whole self before the metamorphosis. Metamorphosis. And I forget which author, you know, wrote about that, but, but that there are times in our lives when we are goo and you are gonna feel like goo, like shit, like just a, a mess, a glob of a human.And that's, I think I'm in that phase being a parent of two young children. You know, mid post pan Pandemic pandemic. Where are we at now? Who the fuck knows? Um, 44 years old in my career where the value is on 24 year olds, right? Like there's a lot of my aging parents there. There's a lot of new territory for me right now.Um, and I am, like I said, I am tired. Um, and just remembering that feeling like this is, is literally an essential, if not the most essential part of the transformation. So, Well said. Someone else said it, but I'll repeat it. , No. Whatever.I think about it a lot though. I'm like, Oh, I'm due right now. I'm, I'm, I'm a mess right now. And that is just, I always ask people to introduce themselves in the, in the beginning, however you introduce yourselves. And I'm curious, without using titles such as actor, wife, or mother or whatever, how would you define your identity?I am Rebecca Ward, A lover of people and words, and tastes and sounds and smells. I cannot wait for every new adventure. I, I always used to say that you can't have, that You can have everything. Yes, you can. You may not be able to have it all at the same time, but you can have everything. I don't like it when people tell me no.So . Okay, good. I'm glad that you said that. Sure you can. Thank you. Thank you. I needed to hear that good. Yeah. I mean, you know, it, it, there's no limitations. What is it that I think Deepak Chopra always talks about the field of limitless possibilities. We live in a field of limitless possibilities. Yes. I, I like just thinking about that and then taking a deep breath.There's something inherently hopeful that goes along with that statement, you know? Yes. I love that. I feel like that's the, the whole point and theme of this entire podcast. Yeah. Yes. Yeah, things will come out of the woodwork that you never expected. My nickname for Kyle is Left Field because that's exactly where he came from.Thank you to David Ben Perra for Sound Engineering. Dan Daven for music, David Harper for artwork. I'm Molly Cider. I am This age is produced by Jellyfish Industries. And hey, if you're loving these episodes, don't forget to rate review, and most importantly, share with everyone you know. We need help growing this show so we can keep sharing stories.If you have an idea for a podcast and need someone to produce it for you, email info@jellyfishindustries.com, or if you're struggling in your next life journey and you need support, contact molly@jellyfishindustries.com for a free discovery coaching call. See you all next time.

Mums With Hustle Podcast
MWH 355 : You're never too old and it's never too late with Jen Bowers

Mums With Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 42:44


MWH 355 : You're never too old and it's never too late with Jen Bowers Jen B never used to want to stand out. She was all about playing it safe, blending in and she even wore black. There was no pink hair. No bold colour and not a flamingo in sight. On this week's podcast, Jen is sharing how you're never too old and it's never too late to go after your dream life and business! LISTEN NOW Jen is a brand strategist and stylist, socials stylist and illustrator with over 30 years experience in the industry. She is also the founder of Pink Pom Pom Social, a social content membership for brands with personality that helps hundreds of women create a stunning social presence for their brands! You're never too old and it's never too late Listen to this episode to learn: How Jen has gone from single mum to thriving digital business owner.How she's been able to go from a complex business model to a simple one that sees her making more money in less hours.Why Jen is investing in the Inner Circle Mastermind for her 4th year.How to create multiple revenue streams that support your clients, your lifestyle goals, your zone of genius and your unique personality. Ladies, are you growing a course, membership, subscription box or coaching business? If so, apply now to join Jen and other high-performing women inside of my Inner Circle Mastermind. Applications are open! Apply here: www.innercirclemastermind.co. Until next week, stay happy in your hustle. CONNECT WITH JEN Website: www.pinkpompombyjen.comInstagram: @jenbebrands CONNECT WITH ME Web: www.tracyharris.coFacebook: @mumswithhustleInstagram: @mumswithhustleTwitter: @MumsWithHustleMums With Hustle® Podcast Community By Tracy Harris: @mumswithhustle LOVE THE MUMS WITH HUSTLE PODCAST? Okay, mama! I'm going to give it to you straight, 'cause you know that's what I'm about. Podcast reviews are super important to iTunes and the more reviews we receive the more likely iTunes will reward us with better reach. I want to reach more hustling mamas that can add extreme value to our kick-ass tribe. Help a sister, out? I already love you forever, but I'd be extremely grateful if you would review me on iTunes! If you've loved this podcast, never miss another one! All you have to do is SUBSCRIBE to the Mums With Hustle Podcast on iTunes.

BoogieVibes
It's Never Too Late

BoogieVibes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 4:52


It's never too late… To pursue or go after what's been put in your heart to do… This must be a priority… You must make time to work on it… It's been given to you for a reason… Your gifting wasn't meant to be hidden… It was meant as a tool to BLESS & CHANGE LIVES… Period. But it must be a consistent EFFORT! You can't take days off… Everyday wasted… Is an opportunity wasted… Let. Yo. Light. Shine. For. All. To. See.  Think

The Official Seenagers
Construction Innuendos!

The Official Seenagers "Can't Make This Up"

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 8:31 Transcription Available


Yeah, construction innuendos are a real thing. From knob and Tube, to Spider Nuts, Studs, Hoe... I think you get the picture. Well, this is what this short funny episode is all about. The Official Seenager, Never Too Late.Improv comedy riffing and so much more.

Breathe Love & Magic
Famous Psychic Mediums – Meet Maria Verdeschi

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:34


I'm speaking with Maria Verdeschi, one of the USA's famous psychic mediums in this episode of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast. Find out how she came to do this work after a hellish year when her life came crumbling down. Not All Psychics Are Mediums Why does she call herself a psychic medium? Maria ... Read more The post Famous Psychic Mediums – Meet Maria Verdeschi appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Big Reputations
31. Eartha Kitt

Big Reputations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 61:22


In this episode we discuss the one and only Eartha Kitt, an American actress and singer from the mid-twentieth century. We cover her rise to fame, from her early singing career to her role as Catwoman and beyond. Then we look at some of the factors that led to her being ostracized by Hollywood including one particular interaction with a certain first lady. Finally we talk about her involvement with activism, her support for the LGBTQIA+ community, and how she unknowingly opened doors for other Black actresses. Trigger warnings: Abuse, rape, racism   Follow the podcast: Twitter: @BigRepPod Instagram: @BigReputationsPod   Become a Patreon supporter: patreon.com/bigreputationspod   Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/86669619 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hosts: Kimberly Kunkle and Rebecca L. Salois Logo Design: Samantha Marmolejo Music: Shawn P. Russell Sound Consultant and Mixing: Shawn P. Russell Editing: Rebecca L. Salois ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sources: Catwoman vs. the White House”  Directed by Scott Calonico Eartha & Kitt: A Daughter's Love Story in Black and White by Kitt Shapiro  I'm Still Here: Confessions of a Sex Kitten by Eartha Kitt Rejuvenate: It's Never Too Late, by Eartha Kitt

say hola wealth
It Is Never Too Late To Take Control Of Your Finances | Kim Hunter | KHB Financial.

say hola wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 22:44


Growing up, I used to hear my family say "A si somos para que cambio", we are like that why change? Or I am too old to do or start something. These messages resonated with me so much when I started my wealth-building journey back in 2019, I thought I was so behind In my finances and then I finally realized that time in the market is essential and so is the commitment to create the life you want. In today's podcast episode I talk to Kim, a money coach who started taking care of her dinero at a later age than me.   Kim Hunter Borst, Money Coach, is a personal finance educator and the founder of KHB Financial. Kim is driven by her passionate belief that it is never too late to take control of your finances and build the financial future you deserve.   Connect with Kim on Instagram   Episode Highlights:   -Kim's money story. -How to pursue financial freedom. -The beauty of honoring your age to build wealth. -How to navigate money conversations with your spouse -What is mindful spending. -How living below your means can help you build wealth faster. -Kim's journey to be able to send two kids to college debt free. -Why you should not let your age stop you from building wealth. -The power of downsizing to hit a seven-figure investment profile. -And much more!   Luzy is passionate about teaching Latinas and WOC how to decolonize their mindset, increase their income, and become investors. Luzy is a first-generation investor, a mother of two, and a wife. In May 2022, Luzy became a contributor author of Today's Inspired Latina Volume X, where she shares her story of success despite adversity.   Connect with Luzy: Say Hola Wealth Website  Follow Luzy on Instagram, Tiktok @sayholawealth, and on Linkedin.   Ready To Design Your Dream Life? Join the waitlist for Say Hola Wealth Academy.  We launch JAN 2023 and open enrollment starts Nov 2022. A group coaching for ambitious Latinas who want to build wealth beyond their ancestor's wildest dreams.  Love this episode? Leave us a review if you listen to Apple Podcast.   Need Help Increasing Your Dinero? Download my FREE 28 Passive Income Guide

Visionary Family
Hope for Prodigals & Their Parents, Part 1

Visionary Family

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 20:06


Many young people grow up in church but leave it behind when they become adults. Why does this happen? What can parents do to help? Perhaps you have a “prodigal” teen or adult child. The world tells you that there is nothing you can do for them. That is a lie! In this episode, Dr. Rob Rienow will help you understand why so many young people drift away from God, and more importantly what you can do, as parents and grandparents, to spiritually encourage them. It is never too late for God to use you! If you have a prodigal son or daughter, be sure to get Dr. Rienow's book, Never Too Late – as well as the Video Bible Study Series. Both the book and video series are available at VisionaryFam.com Listen & Subscribe on your favorite podcasting service: Website: podcast.visionaryfam.com Apple Podcasts: apple.visionaryfam.com Discover more resources to help your family: visionaryfam.com parenting.visionaryfam.com marriage.visionaryfam.com family.visionaryfam.com churches.visionaryfam.com shop.visionaryfam.com Visionary Family Ministries is part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network: christianparenting.org

These Mums Write
Kathleen Foxx on why its never too late to pursue your passions

These Mums Write

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 36:44


Have you ever felt like being a mom has meant putting your passion for writing to the side? Maybe in part due to pressure from you partner? Kathleen Foxx is a mother of five who knows what it's like to let go of yourself--and how to reclaim it. In this episode, she shares her struggle with mom guilt, the role her marriage played in keeping her away from her writing passion and how she is now channeling that realization into building an incredibly rich and diversified writing life. Connect with Kathleen via her at https://linktr.ee/kathleenfoxxwrites. Learn more about MoodPitch at https://linktr.ee/moodpitchers. Connect with the These Mums Write community Join the These Mums Write Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thesemumswrite/ Get freebie episode handouts by joining my newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/c1z8b4

The Human Design Hive Podcast
32- It's Never Too Late!

The Human Design Hive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 33:58


In this episode, we take a look at why it is we always feel like we're running out of time, that we don't have enough time, or that we have to speed up time as we pursue our dreams and desires.If you've ever felt like you missed out, that it's too late, or that you need to push harder to get where you need to go, then I highly suggest you have a listen! You can now grab a copy of your Human Design chart on my website!Get yours HEREReady to dig into your Human Design with Dana?Book a chart reading now!Check out my free 2 part video training How To Get Started With Human DesignHave a question you want answered on the podcast?...

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
6296 Never Too Late with Suzanne Muller and KC Armstrong

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:05


Never Too Late with Suzanne Muller and KC Armstrong -- wildflowercoaching.nethttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

Rock-n-Roll Autopsy
Did Steel Panther's Never Too Late Kill Rock ‘n Roll?/Rock-n-Roll Autopsy: Ep. 46

Rock-n-Roll Autopsy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 36:17


The boys time travel to the offensive 80s, get high on catnip, kitty litter, and coke, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Steel Panther's brand new 2022 raunchy rocker, “Never Too Late (To Get Some Pu**y Tonight).” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rocknrollautopsy/support

I Am This Age
Part 2 - From Employee to Employer: Elaine Appleton Grant, 60

I Am This Age

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 36:20


Bonus Episode Part 2 with Elaine Appleton Grant! Today Elaine talks about her change journey from working in public radio and at the Wondery network to starting her own podcast production company called Podcast Allies at the age of 57. To my surprise and Elaine's credit, she barely ever thought about her age when diving into this career pivot. Listen now to find out why she's proud to be this age! Elaine Appleton Grant is a longtime journalist, writer, and editor who has worked for public radio in Boston and Colorado. She wrote and produced podcast episodes for Wondery's “Business Wars Daily” and the “Tulsa Race Massacre” episodes for “American History Tellers.” A few years ago, at the age of 57 she started her podcast production company, Podcast Allies, where they consult produce and train podcasters.Elaine just launched her own podcast called “Sound Judgment” where she interviews some of the best podcast hosts and producers in the business to better understand how to make compelling content and tell good stories. Sound Judgment PodcastPodcast Allies@podcastallies@iamthisage_podcast

Imagine Yourself Podcast
It's Never Too Late to Find Your Purpose

Imagine Yourself Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 13:34


You may have heard the quote, “You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.” These days, we hear so much about people reassessing their lives; and in doing so re-discovering dreams, passions and purpose. Their stories inspire us but may also leave us wondering if we could do that too…and if we did, where would we even start? Life has a way of taking us down many roads, some are unplanned detours. We may get to a point when we look back and wonder if it's too late. Spoiler alert: it's not. Inspired by our last episode “Can You Really Find True Happiness? (w/ Life Coach, Kerry Rasenberger)” and the Instagram Live we did with Kerry, “Finding Your Purpose”, we take a few moments to dive into the subject of discovering…or RE-discovering purpose.   Listen to episode: Can You Really Find True Happiness? (w/ Life Coach, Kerry Rasenberger)Check out: Finding Your Purpose with Lanee, Sandy and Kerry on Instagram Live For more info on IMAGINE YOURSELF and Lanee Blaise and Sandy Kovach or to contact us,  visit imagineyourselfpodcast.comJoin the conversation  on our  FACEBOOK, TWITTER or INSTAGRAM pages

Breathe Love & Magic
Trauma And The Soul Blueprint For Service With Robin Clare

Breathe Love & Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 30:25


You'll learn about Robin Clare's ideas regarding trauma and the soul blueprint for service in this eye-opening episode of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast. King Solomon Speaks The conversation with Robin started by asking about her books, and writing, and the King Solomon material specifically. Her books are channeled from the Ascended Masters and ... Read more The post Trauma And The Soul Blueprint For Service With Robin Clare appeared first on It's Never Too Late for Love. © Ronnie Ann Ryan, 2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Ronnie Ann Ryan with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Reinvention Rebels
Reinvention at 50+: Accelerate Your Reinvention Journey with Self-Commitment, Purpose and Passion

Reinvention Rebels

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 26:22


Have you ever considered that when you give yourself permission to focus on YOU, new possibilities emerge?Or that once you decide to reinvent yourself, things start to move in that direction?Finding more joy and reinventing ourselves with purpose starts with a commitment to ourselves.Our dreams and desires matter.  Our goals matter. And the only way we're going to make them happen is deciding they are a priority and actually doing something about it!In this encore episode from season 2, we are revisiting the idea of self-commitment.You can accelerate your reinvention journey further and faster when you understand that reinventing yourself is more than a list of tasks to cross off a list. It's also about aligning with your purpose and passions. In this solo episode I share how I:✳️ gave myself permission to focus on my reinvention journey (aka be happy!)✳️ ditched people-pleasing to focus on my dreams✳️ learned to say no to others in order to say yes to me✳️ made my reinvention journey a priority, not a "someday" task✳️ tuned into my purpose and passion as reinvention catalysts✳️ embraced a "perfectly imperfect" mindset to take forward action Come join me for motivation and inspiration to fuel your own Reinvention Rebel journey. No matter your age or stage in life, you can reinvent yourself at any time.Mentioned in this episode:Reinvention Rebels Episode: Ready to Reinvent? Let's Get Curious? Reinvention Rebels Episode: Flex Your Muscle, Find Your Courage & Reinvent Your LifeNatalie Wester, fierce Reinvention Rebel! Listen to her episode, Solo World Traveler and Whiskey Intern at 61Kim Boudreau Smith, bold Reinvention Rebel! Listen to her episode, How I Reinvented 61: Pivots & New PossibilitiesReady to pursue your midlife and beyond dreams? Here's a simple and fun way to get started and kick uncertainty to the curb! Download my audio cheat sheet, 5 Questions to Spark Your Curiosity and Inspire Your Reinvention Journey. Let's get inspired together.

The Fit Mess
Why It's Never Too Late to Start Over Again with Brian Ondrako

The Fit Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 50:14


About This Episode Do you have goals you want to accomplish that you have been putting off? Sometimes, you need to just get started. How do you do that? Well, we decided to ask Just Get Started podcast host, Brian Ondrako. Today, we speak to Brian about how he helps inspire people on the cusp of getting started on their path toward happiness. According to Brian, happiness is the result of making consistent decisions that align with your vision for your life, not attaining any specific goal. Unless you have a clear idea of which way to go, seeking happiness is almost irrelevant, which is why Brian recommends finding your North Star and taking incremental steps toward it. He also highlights the value of welcoming discomfort, staying curious, and embracing vulnerability along the way, which you'll learn more about in this episode. Ultimately, it's not about reaching your North Star. It's about keeping the compass pointed in the right direction. If you want to find out how to stop wishing for change and start making it happen, tune in today! Topics discussed in this episode: We get vulnerable about where we are in our own journeys How Brian got started on his mission to help others Why you have to discover yourself to discover happiness The joy that can come from putting action in motion Why taking incremental steps toward your North Star is key Understanding the value of sharing your setbacks with others Overcoming fear and complacency with curiosity How you can benefit from embracing discomfort Advice for taking that first step by looking back at childhood How Brian encourages people to pursue their North Star A reminder that it's your choice to change your behavior Tips for finding the simplest path forward Don't let the conversation end there. Join us in our Facebook Group where you and fellow Fit Mess listeners can connect for monthly challenges, accountability to reach your goals, and a supportive community.  Like this show? Please leave us a review here – even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally! Don't let the conversation end there. Join us in our Facebook Group where you and fellow Fit Mess listeners can connect for monthly challenges, accountability to reach your goals, and a supportive community.  Like this show? Please leave us a review here – even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally! Resources: Guest Website Contact Us Get your Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens! If you enjoyed this episode, check out: How Your Habits Can Help Shape You Into the Person You Want to Become

Ink Stained Wretches
Democracy Doomsayers

Ink Stained Wretches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 67:45 Very Popular


The media gets anxious about the midterms, former execs pass the buck on missing Hunter Biden coverage and the use of the word “illegal” starts to lose its meaning.   Time Stamps: 03:53 Front Page 46:54 Obsessions 54:37 Reader Mail 59:43 Favorite Item of the Week   Show Notes: Variety: Election Threats Spur CBS News to Test New Coverage for Midterms NYT: Poll Shows Voters See Democracy in Peril, but Saving It Isn't a Priority WaPo: The potential sleeper races of 2022, from Utah to Oregon Mediaite: Ex-MSNBC Boss Phil Griffin and Ex-CNN Chief Jeff Zucker Defend Their Non-Coverage of Hunter Biden: ‘He Was Never Arrested!'  NYT: Bernard McGuirk, Famous and Infamous as Foil of Imus, Dies at 64 Reuters: Former WSJ reporter says law firm used Indian hackers to sabotage his career WaPo: Death of Lola, 12, found in box in Paris sparks shock in France CNBC: Putin introduces martial law in illegally annexed Ukrainian regions WaPo: UAE relied on expertise of retired U.S. troops to beef up its military  New York Times: Suzanne Scott's Vision for Fox News Gets Tested in Court The Atlantic: Kevin Durant purchases Major League Pickleball expansion team Politico: Charlie Kirk Needed a Friend  NYT: Fencing Can Be Six-Figure Expensive, but It Wins in College Admissions  NYT: It's Never Too Late to Pivot From N.F.L. Safety to Neurosurgeon Sky Full of Bacon Blog   If you have a story you want us to talk about, e-mail us at wretches@nebulouspodcasts.com

Americana Podcast
Paul Thorn | Pimps, Preachers, and Blues Singers

Americana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 52:38 Very Popular


Born in Kenosha, Wisconsin but raised in Tupelo, Mississippi, Paul Thorn has had quite the roundabout career. Son of a Pentecostal preacher, Thorn wasn't allowed to indulge in music outside of the church, but honed his skills early on within its walls. Thorn worked as everything from a professional boxer to a furniture manufacturer before being discovered by famed manager Miles Copeland. In 1997, Thorn released his first record Hammer and Nail  and has been on the road ever since. Paul Thorn's stage career began opening for Sting, and since then he has played with other greats including but not limited to, Mark Knoplfer, Jeff Beck, Richard Thompson, and John Prine. in September 2021, Thorn released his latest album Never Too Late to Call. On this episode of Americana Podcast, Thorn discusses getting sober, his upbringing, Elvis, writing  and more.