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I crossed the 200 hours outside for 2022 last week. I am beginning to notice how much we can do outside, sometimes just sitting outside and reading is even a great refresher from life. We will be camping this weekend as we do every memorial day weekend to kick off summer, so I'm finding it easier to get my hours in now that we have been practicing getting hours outside, and the nicer weather certainly helps. Thank you!Amazon Book Review from Jenya Lindstrom: Inspiring for adventurous parents! Beyond Normal is a motivating read that inspires me to incorporate adventures into parenting. It's so easy to join the masses pressuring us to “settle down” once our kids arrive. Thank you Heidi for providing a roadmap for how to create adventures WITH kids. Heidi also shares many personal experiences that are so relatable as a mom. I've ordered extra copies to share with mom friends and my sisters! Great family inspirational reading and/or gift for new parents. I encourage you to be like Jenya; read the book, share the book, leave an amazon written review Website for this episode: https://ordinarysherpa.com/076 Will you leave Written Review on Apple Podcasts: https://ordinarysherpa.com/review/ Subscribe to the email List: https://ordinarysherpa.com/subscribe/ Join the Ordinary Sherpa Facebook Group to interact with other listeners. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ordinarysherpa These practices all contribute to the following benefits Support better sleep. Uplift your mood: Reduce anxiety/depression Increase energy. Improve symptoms of mental health conditions. Lower blood pressure. Lower risk of metabolic syndrome. reduce/Heal inflammation. Better Memory Strengthens the immune system Grounding practices in AdventureNeuroscience- Mindfulness (What does that mean) value in Noticing. Fresh Air No screens one hour before bed (no screens after 8 is my intention) Sensory experiencesAuditory Walk - listen to natural sounds around you. Tactical: Barefoot in the grass, or even on the concrete. Grounding feeling of connection Natural light exposure before noon Sense of Smell is connected to the most vivid memories. Fresh blooms of lilacs or the lilies of the valley, smell after it rains. A slightly different perspectiveThere is significant research that encourages “risky movements” in particular getting outside of the upright position. With kids this helps develop their inner ear, balance and coordination that leads to many other development. Quote from my book (Balanced & Barefoot) While it's easy to consider this as a critical aspect for children I also encourage adults to get out of the upright position. I know when practicing yoga there is a preference for inverted positions. Another form of grounding is to get all the way to the floor. Play superman with the kids, or just yesterday I pulled out the puzzle board and picked up a puzzle we hadn't touched in weeks. When we all can get to the same level there is a grounding feeling in addition to deeper connection. I want to talk a bit more about connection. In my w2 job, which I don't know that I have talked much about, I oversee a foundation's giving strategy and in the past 18 months we have been studying the research related to connection. I will link a research study in the show notes and as a society we have been reducing the number of deep connections we share with others since the 1980s. In 1986 we averaged 4 deep connections with other people, now the average is less than 1. Yet we have more tools to connect than ever. The piece of this research that was most defining for me was that we only need 1 solid connection to exponentially increase the benefits listed above. We approach health from an exercise and nutrition perspective, but human connection offers much greater results. It has been interesting to me is that at work with our focus on mental health we have been focus on access to treatment and quality care and we knew there was more behind the curve. I go into detail that I knew that adventure had healing properties back in my twenties which was why I resisted the settling down narrative. The research continues to emerge about how beneficial time in nature, practicing discomfort, and grounding practices can offer a new path- or perhaps return us to a native pathway that has been hushed. To Register for the Everyday Adventure Challenge: If you would like a little help, and outside nudge to practice simple adventures such as this the Everyday Adventure Challenge is open and will run June 5-August 5th. You can register by heading to ordinarysherpa.com/challenge Key Takeaways: How are you getting fresh air everyday? What are all the things you can do at 8 PM without a screen? You might be surprised what you come up with. Look at the list and decide What do I WANT to do tonight? When you remove one of the senses it amplifies the others. Which sensory adventure would you like to try? Remember an adventure is a new, uncomfortable, potentially risky experience. Kids innately move in risky ways that make parents gasp. These are developmentally important. In fact I would challenge any adult listener to explore getting out of an upright position and explore a “risky” position for you. This does not mean you have to grab the rings and do a flip. All of the practices today are accessible to you by simply taking off your shoes, putting down your phone, laying on the floor, or stepping outside and inhaling the fresh air. They might not seem normal- but when was normal ever the benchmark for a thriving life? Resources mentioned in this episode1000 Outdoor Trackers: https://www.1000hoursoutside.com/trackers Research on Natural Light: Balanced and Barefoot Book: Order a book on Amazon Research on the Human Connection: http://ccare.stanford.edu/uncategorized/connectedness-health-the-science-of-social-connection-infographic/
Comparison can be the number one thing that sabotages your confidence, but there are ways to actually make it the most impactful catalyst for your growth. By switching your focus to the people you want to serve instead of those that are further along in their journey, it helps reframe the comparative thoughts in a meaningful way. Noticing and admiring someone else's light is actually a reflection of your own potential. We can use comparison to empower ourselves and the people that we look up to. These new thoughts will eventually become beliefs if we practice transforming them in the moment and truly embodying them. Listen in to learn more about the fourth principle in the Confidence Code series! In this episode we talk about: How comparison can chip away at your confidence Tools to create a different relationship with comparison Why we need to stop comparing our blooper reel to someone else's highlight reel Examples of how to consciously reframe comparative thoughts Using comparison as a way to empower yourself and the people around you Why I don't think comparison is always a bad thing If you loved today's episode, please share your favorite takeaways or your own systems and processes by screenshotting this episode and tagging us on Instagram! Click HERE for the Powerhouse Women 30-day guide to cracking the confidence code! Click HERE to get your tickets for the Powerhouse Women 2022 event! Click HERE to check out the Powerhouse Women Behind The Success Stories! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Hannah: @hannahmwells Visit the Powerhouse Women website: www.powerhousewomen.co Join the PW Community Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity EPISODE TIMELINE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ( 0:51 ) Welcome back to another episode of Powerhouse Women! ( 3:27 ) Lindsey introduces the topic of today's episode, which is all about reframing comparison. ( 7:11 ) Lindsey says, “When I say that I have struggled with comparing myself to other people, I mean it. And so I am here to tell you that you can absolutely reframe this, you can have a different relationship with comparison, because I don't think it's always a bad thing. It's how we interpret it.” ( 8:08 ) Lindsey talks about the role that social media plays in how we compare ourselves to others. ( 10:15 ) Lindsey says, “A lot of times I'll compare my chapter 10 to someone else's chapter 50.” ( 14:01 ) Lindsey says the first way to reframe comparative thoughts is to evaluate who you're focusing on. ( 16:30 ) Lindsey says, “Am I here to impress people? Or am I here to make an impact?” ( 16:55 ) Lindsey breaks down how to consciously reframe a comparative thought. ( 20:26 ) Lindsey explains why comparison isn't always a bad thing. ( 24:36 ) Text MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 to get weekly texts. ( 25:45 ) Bonus materials for the episode can be found at powerhousewomen.co/confidence.
Join me as I unveil a step by step process Sharon Griffin and I wrote to help you make powerful art. Sharon has been an artist her whole life and her art career is booming. 6 years ago we wrote a course called MAKE YOUR MARK to help people at all stages of ability who have: No idea where to start Been making for years but are tired of copying images Too many ideas and constantly play but feel like they're not getting anywhere Established careers but yearning to make something else - but don't have time The 6 part process covered in Make your Mark is: Research - sounds boring but this is about stopping and noticing. Noticing what makes you curious, what is in front of you but you can't see? Materials and Techniques - Using a starting point from what you notice around you, how can you use different media to express this. This is play time. Formal elements - again, sounds so serious but these are the foundations on making art. This is what Sharon goes back to every time she improves and strengthens her art. You might know what the formal elements are, you can Google them. Colour - do you need colour?? We notice contrast before we notice colour, but colour is a powerful tool. Playing with different colour options and seeing what happens when you change them is powerful. Select and Reject - this is all about learning the right questions to ask yourself during the art making process. If you are not following this step, you are missing a huge opportunity to learn from every artwork you make. Finally - round this up into an outcome, this might be a finished work, a collection, a sketchbook of ideas. The course starts on 3rd June and runs for 7 weeks. On the 30th May we will be releasing daily prompts on social media to help you start the MAKE YOUR MARK process. SIGN UP HERE: https://uas.unitedartspace.org/mym/
Are you engaging in violent or nonviolent communication? Knowing how to make the shift is vital to being an effective leader - and communicator. Today, I got the chance to speak to Ben Easter, founder of Lucid Shift Coaching. Ben and I unfortunately both share the title of brain injury survivor - and in this episode, he shares how that experience led him to learn all he could about effective communication. We discuss the power of the brain to adapt and learn new skills and strategies - and how that relates to how we communicate with others. Ben shares what violent and non-violent communication look like and how to spot them in yourself. He gives us a sample role play and practical strategies to shift into non-violent communication, and we discuss how self-reflection, language choice and boundaries play a big role in that shift. This episode will cause you to reflect on how you talk and invite you to find a new way of interacting with your colleagues, employees - and yes, even loved ones. Key Takeaways:Nonviolent communication is a language of expressing what's alive in us to other people in such a way that we give them opportunities to contribute to it.Noticing the language we use is the first step to becoming a nonviolent communicator. Need, Have To, Must, Should, and other such word choices are red flags for stepping into violent communication. Nonviolent communication is a practice. The more you notice and do it, the more you will connect the neural pathways. “Defense is the first act of aggression. If we come in with the idea that we're defending something, things get tense. Rather than defending, I like to think about enrolling people. What are we doing? What do we both care about?” — Ben Easter About Ben Easter, Founder Lucid Shift Coaching:Benjamin Easter is the Founder and Head Coach at Lucid Shift Coaching where they are on a mission to help badass business owners to break through their limiting beliefs and outthink their challenges so that they can have more freedom and impact.Connect with Ben EasterWebsite: www.LucidShiftCoaching.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamineaster/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LucidShiftCoachingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucid_shift_coaching/ Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice
On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Monica Kang, Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink Creativity. Monica and I talk about some of the obstacles and opportunities around creativity. And how individuals and companies can benefit from enhancing their curiosity, creativity, and courage. Let's get started.Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help the new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Monica Kang, Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink CreativityBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today we have Monica Kang. She is Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink Creativity. And also has a children's book called Have You Seen My Friends? So welcome to the show Monica.Monica Kang: Thank you for having me. Brian Ardinger: One of the things that we do in our Inside Outside community is ask our audience out there, who should we be talking to? And what are some of the interesting things that you're seeing out there? And somebody said, hey, you should talk to Monica. I think the first question I want to ask is probably a softball for you, but why does creativity matter. And why does it matter more today than ever before?Monica Kang: I'll start with maybe the notion of, I feel creativity is one of the words that we don't realize how much of a jargon it is. Because we use it so much. We say like, oh, you're creative. You're not creative. Or like, that was creative. That was innovative. We put in our marketing materials. We put in our campaigns. We put it in how we describe things.But if you really break it down, like, do people really understand or live the value that what it is. I think that was part of the reason why when you go back to why it's so important to talk about this is actually because of that. Because we use it all the time, but so many people don't realize the root and the nuances. And hence, don't realize this is jargon, that we're just keep throwing it around without the full intention. And so, I first fell into it because of that very situation. I was originally in nuclear weapons security. Government work. Wanted to be a diplomat all my life. That having grown up in DC and in the States, as well as in Korea and worked in Europe. And, you know, hey, I'm not comfortable with science and math. So, this sounds like the perfect path. And like, I love people and building relations. And so, I was good with a lot of things, but like creativity, wasn't really a thing that I would describe I was good at. Even though now looking back, I realize I had. And only until when I find myself really getting depressed and stuck in a dream job where I realized that I was finding myself literally crying to work, feeling upset, not knowing what to do in a job that I fell in love with. And I'm like, what is wrong with me? Like I'm solving a very important mission. Mission-driven. Preventing bad guys from having nuclear weapons. We're working in the government. It's really hard to get into this industry too. And yet feeling stuck. And what helped me gave the courage of, you know, walking to work instead of taking the bus to work. Getting curious about all these different surroundings. And realizing how one life decision can make a huge difference. Because now I felt so curious in the office got even more energetic. Even though the work description hasn't changed at all. It got me curious about understanding about, well, what happened. And people did ask me like Monica, whatever you're doing, you seem happier. And that's where I realized creativity was one of the key elements.I didn't know back then, but it was the mindset of simply doing something different. Finding the courage to take different things. Try different things. Ask different questions. Even organizing my process of the project differently because as I looked at the traffic in the fourth street every day, I'm like am I creating traffic in the way I do things unconsciously. Just like how there's always traffic here. Like at this time? What do I need to do differently? And getting curious about it. And that's where I learned that comment that I started the beginning. That question of creativity, innovation. There's so much history and research behind it. That I had no idea. And because we throw around the word and use it so much, that I misunderstood what it meant.And I didn't know that it was for everyone. I didn't know that something that we can all do more. And regardless of where we are, it expressed differently. And I think it's even more needed now because of the pandemic. Brian Ardinger: Oftentimes I think the perception of creativity is it's some kind of magic. Or it's something that other people do. Or, you know, some, other people can possess that, but I can't do that. So, this idea of creativity not being magic. That being every day and available to anybody to possess or use, talk about how you identified that little nugget and what are some of the tactical things that you do to bring out that magic. Monica Kang: So, I love that you said it. Because immediately one book that I'm remembering, it's about daily habits. And I was mindful because I'm like, wow. So, all these creative, innovative historical people around the world, like they had to work hard to be a better writer. What, like, they didn't just magically write that book. And like became a best seller. And like, no, they had to write every day. The musicians had to write music every day. And I'm like, wait, if that's how it is.Like I wonder in the traditional non art industry, how they do creative. Of course, same thing. I think of new ideas every day. They had to try new things every day. Get rejected every day. And I'm like, oh my gosh. I mean, even the story of how WD40 product came about. Are you familiar with the WD40 products? So, it's that spray, right. You know why that name is called WD40. Brian Ardinger: I do not. Monica Kang: The reason why they named WD40 for that product was not a coincidence. It means water displacement, right? 40. Which indicates that it took 40 times to perfect that formula. Brian Ardinger: Ah. I hadn't heard that story. Monica Kang: How often are we willing to try 40 times. Hear 40 nos. Before we get to that yes. Not a lot. And I think that brings a weight. Hence to that question of what can we do every day, is that it's building the routine. As I learned about these daily routines of all these famous people of what they've had to do every day. Learning about stories like WD40, that how many attempts that people had to try.And my day-to-day activity, that means that I need to just make it a routine of constant learning and trying new things. And so, one activity I always share as a recommendation is like, what's a five minute time that you can always block to do something different. Or to do something intentionally differently.So maybe it's that, okay, if you always commute somewhere, could you try a different commute, maybe at least two or three times when you're not in a rush hour. Maybe you take a different path. Maybe it's that you take the same commute, but you'll listen to different music. Or maybe you'll listen to different podcasts. Maybe you're going to listen to this one time and then another podcast. Maybe it's that you actually take a silent ride sometimes. Just like Pink. Even though that looks like a naive, like how is that going to make me more creative? By making that simple decision, you're letting your mind wander in different ways. And explore different things. Which gets into the practice of thinking differently. Which is the essence of creativity to get to innovation and all these new ideas.So, to get to that WD40 product, they probably had to do a lot of that, somewhat unorthodox, like somewhat unexpected things that led to that 40th idea and innovation. And so, the key of those different elements is that you have to make it a habit. And it has to also be celebrated and enjoyable, but that's why I shared the tip with like, find a routine in your day.That you can do easily. That it doesn't feel like I don't have time to do that. I don't have time. Think about your exercise. Think about your sleep hours. Hopefully everyone's sleeping well. Sleep routine, like things. When it's built-in routine, it's a little bit easier, but then you can commit and see the change over time.Brian Ardinger: I use a similar technique called Scheduling Your Senses. So, each week you think about what sense do I want to focus on? So, this week I'm going to focus on taste. And I'm going to really focus, you know, a particular time period on what I'm tasting. How does that make me feel? And so, each week you pick a different sense that you want to do, and, you know, it comes down to, like you said, changing your environment. And getting you out of the normal rut that you have. You mentioned one of the obstacles to creativity is this idea of fear. And you know, when you think about WD40, having to try 40 times. You know, I'm sure they didn't go into it saying, hey, we're going to fail 40 times. Or going in with the mindset of I'm scared that I'm going to have to try this 40 different times to get to a solution. Talk about fear and the role of creativity. And how we can overcome that fear. Because I think that's one of the major barriers to creativity. Monica Kang: I think fear is unavoidable. But I think some of the mis-notion we have is that everything always has to be fearful. And I think that's where we miss the chance to celebrate what that growth stage looks like.The act of doing something different, sometimes doesn't always have to be fearful. Me listening to a different podcast, not a fearful thing. But I'm learning new insights. Me focusing on different senses might not be fearful. As it gets to certain decision-making of like, oh, because now I focused on the taste, I realized the way we're cooking right now in this kitchen is actually not good.And I need to tell my boss about it. If the customers are unhappy. That's where the fear encourages decision is. And so, I think when we asked that question, I think we see innovation, creativity in this box of like, okay, we got to think of this new idea, and we have to present it. But actually, even before we get to that stage of fear, there's all these other elements that we built resilience and skills of thinking differently that got us there.And so, the tip that I often share is like first recognize that being creative is you got to pass the fear bridge. But when you're there, remember that, hey actually even the parts to get there, there was a lot of courage into that. And you might not have realized. It might just not have looked as scary as that bridge you're about to cross, that looks really scary. But it wasn't as easy as you thought. And actually, that street that you look back, if you turn around and literally look back at those moments, that became not as scary, because you actually built resilience. There's hemisphere of how much you can experiment has grown so much that it becomes less scary. And in fact, when you cross this bridge, now I'm going to have to tell my chef and my boss about this big, scary decision. Now, the next time you need to do that, it's no longer being as scary. So, our horizon of what we feel we can continue to do will change and evolve, which I think is the part that is so fun to realize that creativity innovation mindset, just like our physical health and muscle is not a static thing. It's going to continue to evolve. Right. Just because I exercise every day, doesn't mean that I'm healthy and I'm done. I can be even healthier. I can be more cautious and same thing with my creative thinking muscle. And think those are the nuances that we miss. Brian Ardinger: I like where you're going. You know, it's almost about how do you reframe the journey from if you think about a particular project and you think about this big project is going to make or break my career. Versus approaching it from the standpoint of like, hey, I'm going to try and experiment. Or I'm going to do this side project. And positioning it in such a way that it frames it differently so that the things that you do learn and that when you do fall down, which are inevitably going to happen. It changes the way you perceive that falling down as part of the journey rather than the journey and the outcome of the journey. Monica Kang: And one thing, Brian, if I can piggyback on that. I share this actually my book Rethink Creativity as well. That, you know, the thousand shades of fear, because one thing that I think is also key is just because I might not be scared of a certain decision, does that mean another person will feel the same way. And I think that's what's actually part of the fear. We need to talk more. And especially as leaders, many of those who's probably listening. You might actually already be here and listening to this episode because you're already pre actually pretty good with it. You're like, no, I've got a good handle of fear. What might be actually harder is actually encouraging your different people. Encouraging your different colleagues. Noticing that like wait, checking ourselves to let when that person says that that's a scary decision, am I actually empathizing and sitting with them. Or coming from the nose up and say, look, yeah, no, don't worry friend. You're going to be fine. That's not scary. And amplifying actually how we feel. And so, fear comes in different shapes, sizes, different times. Actually, the very thing that I might not be scared with one person could be the very thing I'm scared with another person or in another situation. And so it's ever changing.And so, by us having aware. Having fear simply means that we have the alertness. There's a reason why as human beings, we survive, right? We were fearful of the weather conditions. The animals attacking us. Got to protect ourselves. That's actually how we were able to thrive and still exist as an, you know, a being. So, fear isn't just always a bad thing. It's helping try to kick in to protect you. So, look out for these different cues. And I think especially as leaders, it's so key that we don't just simplify. Get rid of your fear. And like stop being fearful. Can we take the time to process it? We need to actually acknowledge all of that and actually ourselves too. Brian Ardinger: So, let's dig into that a little bit, you know. How do you design this creative workplace or workplace for all? You know, how does diversity affect creativity and how are you seeing some companies tackling that problem from an organizational perspective versus the individual perspective?Monica Kang: Well, let's first start with diversity. I think I'm really excited about going back to your very first question. Why so timely to be more creative. And I think the time is even better. We are now seeing more research. People are more aware. People want to learn. More honestly, as somebody who's specializing creative workplace building, it is an exciting time because more people are wanting to have those conversations and say help. I do want to do this. I don't know how. And so, I want to know that this is really timely because no matter what stage you are as a leader, wanting to do this. That you making a commitment and taking one step at a time is part of the thing that will help change the company. So even if that simple decision is that we're going to start doing some one-on-ones. Or we're going to start doing some team building activities at the very beginning and check-in. Actually, that might be the change in itself. That might actually be the kind of activity that your people are missing to feel the courage, to speak up. To feel psychological safety. Which is very key to ignite and creativity and opening up people's mind and feeling that what they can bring up. But if I come into the meeting room and I feel like, okay, Brian's going to be a little upset if I bring this up. Then it's one idea that I don't share. It's one problem. And Brian might be like, well, Monica might frown next time I share this, and he doesn't share one thing. Guess what? We're going to actually see, not only business consequences, but a lot of people, of course, who's going to be impacted because we stopped sharing.And so even that simple decision of like opening up could feel simple. Everyone is testing out right now. So, this good time, this is another example of the fear stopping you. Start with what you're comfortable with, which might be that simply, maybe let's read this article and talk about it. Or, hey, I learned this cool thing from this podcast that Brian and Monica were talking about. I'm inspired. Let's try this out. That could be the starting point. It doesn't always have to be like this big, humongous thing. That's going to lead to culture organization changing. So that's actually the very first tip I share with leaders to make it tangible relatable. And then two, as a result to know that this is a marathon. Yes, we want results as soon as possible for order something. I wanted to get the delivery, right. There was time and effort put in to make that process happen. And I love Simon Sinek's video, where he talks about the intensity versus consistency. He talks about the people development in the workplace. And the beautiful analogy he shares about is our brushing our tooth. If you asked me like, you know, what's the perfect formula to brush the tooth in life versus not to like prevent your mouth from having cavities. Like, I will not know the answer because, you know, maybe I skipped one day. Maybe I skipped three days. Like with that impact, is that the cause like, maybe, but we won't know. But it's the consistent that I brush my teeth every day that I keep my teeth healthy. Same thing on organizations. It's the simple moments of like, let's turn off their phones. Hey, Brian, how are you really doing. Like, oh, Monica actually, this is how I feel now that we've connected. We now open up. You know, Brian, I know we're done with the meeting, but I have this really question I want to ask you. Can I bring this up? I feel would really appreciate cause you just shared about, you know, how you feel. Now, okay. Brian, he's already right now, you're listening, but like he already stood up and like, oh, tell me more Monica. Right? The body language already brings up unconsciously. And I think he shares how it's the consistency that's key. And so again, the second tip I recommend for everyone is that no matter what, or the house solution you have for your culture and people development, the key is the consistency. Not just a one-time retreat of hurray and we're done. But what's the everyday routines that you want to embed.And so, when you even do a retreat or innovation workshop, or you invite a speaker, the question that I hope you always ask yourself, if this is what you're really committing to and what to do, because I know what you do, that's why you're listening to this episode. Think of something that you can do consistently.That is low hanging fruit. That is budget friendly, you know, got to be realistic, right? I'm not saying that you have to spend a lot of money, budget friendly. Implementable as well. And you might be surprised even in that five-minute activity in simply having rows of like no phones in the meeting. Log off. Something like that. So those are kind of tangible places I recommend.Brian Ardinger: That makes great sense. The last topic I want to talk about is the world of work is changing. Obviously. You've been in this space for pre pandemic and now through pandemic. What are some of the trends and things that you're seeing? What are some of the best practices, especially as we kind of move into this new hybrid environment that you're seeing when it comes to creativity.Monica Kang: So many, a particular point I want to highlight is actually generational. And I want to say this because when we see us wanting to express more creatively and we feel we can't. We like to figure out the cost. Right. And our consciousness is that, oh, it's because they're young. Oh, it's because they haven't worked in the company long enough.Oh, it's because they don't get my industry. There's always a, because of. I want to give the courage to recognize that instead of channeling that voice of why don't they get it the way I do. I wonder why they feel that way. I wonder why they say they don't want to get back to the office?I wonder why they say that? I feel fine. I can share all my ideas. I wonder why they say they don't feel comfortable sharing ideas? We got this fancy new office. We're doing all these breakout sessions. Instead of saying like, why are they not. Reframe that to I wonder why. And focus on the lens of listening and wanting to understand.Maybe they're going to share some stuff that you realize, whoa, like we were not ready for it. We don't know how to solve it. And that's okay too. It's not about always needed to have immediately all the answers, but let's problem solve this together. Thank you for sharing that. I had no idea that's how you feel.And part of this is them wanting to be acknowledged or appreciated and heard. And hey, ask them what they think is the best idea. They might actually have a really good idea that we completely missed out. And Brian to your question of what's changing is that more people are wanting to now finally try this. Which has always been important before. But not doing the consequence. Great resignation and even more has been greater. I think it's great that we're finally, hopefully seeing more workplaces where we make this the norm. That, of course we should understand what people want. And of course, this is hard because everyone wants something different. And sometimes we say what we want, but we don't really maybe need it.I might say I want ice cream, but maybe I shouldn't have ice cream today. Cause I already had my chocolate earlier. Right. Like we're people. It's going to be messy. But that's part of the beauty of it. Of feeling like we can bring out all our different insights. And sometimes the choice is that because we feel safe sometimes, I don't want to share out. And might just be like, okay, I just want to do work and that's it.And that's okay too. And I think part of it's like, what's the choice that you're going to make each day as a leader. As a creator. And as an innovator in your workplaces. Even if you're not in leadership for those who's listening like Monica, Brian, that's great, but what if I'm not a leader. You start with setting your boundaries. And where you want to start planting the seeds of where you can do this. So, I hope that gives an encouragement of a starting point. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: This has been fantastic. And I appreciate you giving these tactical tips that anybody within the organization can start making progress when it comes to creativity and innovation. So, I want to thank you for coming on Inside Outside Innovation. If people want to find out more about yourself or your books or your company, what's the best way to do that?Monica Kang: Find me in any of the platforms. I'm on most of the social media platforms, but you know, connect with me on LinkedIn at Monica H Kang. K A N G. And then also follow us at InnovatorsBox. I also recommend the book as well. I think you'll enjoy it. And if you go actually to my book's website, for both of them, we have a lot of free worksheets and tools. Also because of our mission to make creativity, culture, and leadership accessible, we have a lot of free resources and tools. Including some of these topics. So, if you can't find it just simply email me, let me know. And also in some tools in Korean and other languages as well, because we want to make this globally accessible. So, we also make music as well, because not everyone's a reader or workshop person. You can find us at InnovatorsBox studios, where we create music to inspire creativity. Brian Ardinger: Thanks, Monica. I really do appreciate you coming on the show and look forward to continuing the conversation in the years to come.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company. For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.
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How do we notice things of value and name them in order to enhance our pedagogical documentation and help early years learners move along the continuum, especially through play. What skills and tools does this require and how can early years educators improve in that area?Tonight's panelists include:Dr. Teri Rubinoff @TeriRubinoffKlara Redford @kindyfriendsMichelle McKay @MsMichelleMcKayJoe Persia @MrpStp
We all know that coworker who might not be the brightest or hardest worker, but still gets promoted anyway. Whether it's schmoozing, brown-nosing, or riding coattails, some have mastered the art of ‘failing up.' As more are going back to the office and after too many pandemic Zoom meetings, it is becoming more evident again. Callum Borchers, On the Clock columnist at the WSJ, joins us for how some are turning failure into success. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just because you have a belief about yourself, what you're capable of, and what other people have over you, it doesn't mean that it's true. It's critical to start to evaluate the thoughts that we hold about ourselves and what's possible, instead of just accepting them as fact. Coming to terms with this idea has completely transformed my confidence and helped me turn down the volume on my harsh inner-critic. In part two of the Confidence Code series, I'm sharing three concrete practices that have helped me to rewire my thoughts to be more empowering and in alignment with my dreams. I talk about breaking the cycle of my insecurities, how beliefs get formed, and the changes that I've noticed in myself since embarking on this thought work journey. In this episode we talk about: Noticing the emotions in your body when your negative voice chimes in Learning more about how the brain works Filling your mind with thoughts and reminders of the new beliefs that you want to cultivate What my negative inner dialogue sounds like when it pops up Resources that have helped me on my confidence journey If you loved today's episode, please share your favorite takeaways or your own systems and processes by screenshotting this episode and tagging us on Instagram! Click HERE for the Powerhouse Women 30-day guide to cracking the confidence code! Click HERE to get your tickets for the Powerhouse Women 2022 event! Click HERE to check out the Powerhouse Women Behind The Success Stories! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN Follow Powerhouse Women: @powerhouse_women Follow Lindsey: @llindseyschwartz Follow Hannah: @hannahmwells Visit the Powerhouse Women website: www.powerhousewomen.co Join the PW Community Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity EPISODE TIMELINE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ( 0:49 ) Welcome back to another episode of Powerhouse Women! This episode is part two in the five-part Confidence Code series. ( 2:53 ) Lindsey says, “Just because you have a thought, it doesn't mean that it's true.” ( 5:16 ) Lindsey says, “Unpack this idea that we do actually have a choice to accept and believe the thoughts that we think.” ( 11:20 ) Lindsey shares an example of how she learned to address how negative self-talk was showing up in her body. ( 16:07 ) Lindsey talks about the importance of learning how the brain works. ( 20:23 ) Lindsey says, “The second thing that I've done to rewire my thoughts to become more confident is I started to notice and observe my thoughts.” ( 23:01 ) Lindsey highlights why listeners should intentionally fill their minds with reminders and reinforcement for the new thoughts that they want to think and the new beliefs they want to cultivate. ( 26:01 ) Lindsey says, “It's been seven to ten years of consistently putting the right kind of information in my ears, of being committed to the daily work of unpacking my own thoughts and beliefs, and replacing them with something new.” ( 28:33 ) Listeners can grab the worksheets that go along with this series at https://powerhousewomen.co/confidence.
Stephanie Heath of SoulWork and Six Figures has helped hundreds of soft-spoken, dissatisfied, or burnt-out corporate professionals find their dream job/right job fit while often doubling their salaries. Noticing that NOW is THE time to dig deeper and find fitting careers, Stephanie incorporates holistic practices to better position job seekers' mindset and emotional health. Stephanie teaches that it is unhealthy to stay in places that make you feel unhappy. Find more of Stephanie at:https://www.soulworkandselfies.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieheath/https://www.instagram.com/careercoachsteph/About Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship” Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all. However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent.Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal! Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods. But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.” They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problem, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems!Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about SarahContact Sarah
The Chaos of Being a Mom – Interview with Kimberly Keane Kim Keane is a certified life coach, Reiki and IET practitioner, and podcaster. Kim has addressed community organizations, schools and colleges, such as Boys' and Girls' Club and Purdue University as well as women's groups, such as Polka Dot Powerhouse and Moms Who Dare. She strives to empower women to embrace who they are so they can be and do all that they aspire to. Kim is here on Calming the Chaos podcast to talk about specific challenges and chaos of being a Mom in today's world, and offer Moms some ways to become empowered, embrace who they are and be and do all that they aspire to do in their lives. Let's honor our Moms on Mother's Day! Notable Timestamps: 2:25 to 4:42 - Introduction to Kim You can do energy healing, including Reiki ONLINE! 6:09 – Addressing the most common concerns Moms have in today's world Mom Guilt – The expectation that we have to “do it all” and “to the highest standards” Unrealistic expectations, perfectionism, comparing yourself with others How Moms experience both guilt and shame Guilt – “I've done something wrong” Shame – “I am something wrong” 8:30 – How do we help Moms get through “Mom Guilt” • Find out where the guilt comes from – “Who is telling me that I'm not doing Motherhood right?” • Identifying the “made-up stories” you tell yourself about how good of a Mom you are • Noticing how you compare yourself to other Moms, and finding yourself lacking • Letting go of comparisons with realistic thinking – you never know what is happening in other families • Therapy can help you learn to notice what your body feels like when you feel the guilt • Notice and identify the triggers, perceptions in your mind • Checking the facts – separating the truth from the “made up stories.” Putting your Guilt on Trial • Identify your values and separate them from other Mom's values – Live in alignment with YOUR values 15:00 – The working Moms and the Stay-at-home Mom have the same struggle • Setting up a routine is important – plan out your time and set boundaries with family members • “I need your help, children / partner” • Relinquish control • The whole family gets used to a new routine 17:19 – 19:00 Kim's routine she set for herself and how her family has cooperated with her! 19:18 – Kim answers Tracy's follow up questions: 1. How do you get your kids / partner to understand why a plan is so important? 2. How do you convince them to cooperate with you? Time Management 23:00 - How did Kim become so good at time management? www.flylady.net • Focus on fewer tasks in a bullet journal (she found them on Pinterest) • Finding pockets of time during the day for tasks The Pandemic 26:00 As we're shifting out of it, some Moms are getting judged and / or criticized others or self 29:30 – Dealing with ALL of the critics (others and self) and remembering your values, using intuition School Violence / Bullying / The School System / Conflict 32:36 – Understanding all of the possible reasons why a person might bully others, all the dynamics, and understanding who they are individually, what values they stand for, so that they don't become bullies 34:47 – Identify feelings and asking adults and others for help 35:00 – 38:30 What if YOUR kid is the bully? (Discipline and communication tips from Kim) – Getting to the root and both parents and kids make adjustments. Divorce 39:04 - How Kim works with Moms who are considering divorce or who are divorced “What's the motivation for leaving or staying?” “Is it a healthy motivation?” Social Media 40:42 – Kim's suggestions to Moms who are struggling with their kids' use of social media “It's not about not trusting you….it's about ensuring that you are safe.” Setting standards in accordance with your values, using a timer and time limits 43:43 – Kim's website tour, talking about her podcast, her...
Check out the How To Make A Classic Trance Track Series here - https://allanmorrowstudios.com/trance-music-category/classic-trance/ Welcome to the 6th episode of the “How To Make A Classic Trance Track” series, where I will be creating a track in the style of a Classic Trance track without the use of hardware! In this episode, ill be arranging the track, creating transitions and showing you the automation used to keep things interesting! The arrangement can be a struggle for some as they are unsure of what elements to bring in, and at what point. You can go back and forth, adding in elements that either come in too soon, or you have areas of a track that sound too repetitive and become boring. This is when automation can be used to help the journey flow! The arrangement is obviously very important in a Classic Trance track, tracks back then told a much longer story than the more modern-day Trance so you need to make sure that the arrangement is doing exactly that. You need to grab the listener's attention and take them on that journey! In this tutorial, I am going to be showing you the next stage of the track, and that is getting the structure of the track mapped out and ready for a final mixdown. This allows you to see then if any more elements are needed for your track, or if any elements are not really needed and are just wasting space in your mix. See below for a full description of what is covered. ⬤ Tips for making the arrangement easier. ⬤ Laying out the full track ready for a final mixdown. ⬤ Understanding why each element is brought in when it is. ⬤ Testing different elements to get the best outcome. ⬤ Going through each transition. ⬤ Using automation to create builds & impacts. ⬤ Noticing automation issues in the mix and when to change them. ⬤ Using automation to keep the track interesting and help with the mix of your track. ⬤ Understanding how the elements before and after your transition can make a difference to the flow of your track. ⬤ The direction in which way you can automate for a desired effect (building/winding down) ⬤ What parameters you can automate to create more tension. ⬤ Deciding what to automate in relation to the elements of that section and what is coming up next. ⬤ Creating snare rolls along with the automation used to help create tension. ⬤ Getting a Classic Trance style arrangement. ⬤ Deciding which elements to use to tell a story and create tension. ⬤ Laying out your breakdown, build-ups, and drops. ⬤ A deep understanding of the thought process behind each change I make. ⬤ Filtering & ways to introduce elements. + More
It's time for Peter's favorite Sondheim musical: Sunday in the Park with George! Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1985 musical masterpiece is a beautiful meditation on art and art-making. We love this show, and we hope you will too. We talk about: - Making art, preaching sermons, and the art of living – and suffering & failure in art... and life - Noticing & cultivating attention as a spiritual practice - The relational power of art – and the challenge of living with artists! - The multi-faceted nature of the word (and the hymn!) "Sunday:" a day of rest, a day of sabbath, the finding of shalom You'll hear: - Bernadette Peters, Mandy Patinkin and the cast of the Original Broadway Cast Recording (1984) singing "Putting It Together," "Finishing the Hat," "We Do Not Belong Together," "Sunday Hymn," "The Day Off," "It's Hot Up Here," and "Move On" Continue the conversation with Peter (@pgeinvan) and Nathan (@nathan_lerud) on Twitter, and follow the Gospel of Musical Theatre on Instagram or Twitter @gospelofmt.
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In this episode we talk to Miranda Keeling is a writer and performer. She writes plays, screenplays, short stories, articles, and poems. Inspired by her popular Twitter account, her book The Year I Stopped to Notice brings together her observations of the magic, humour, and strangeness of ordinary life. We discuss the power of simple observation for our mental & emotional wellbeing and how it can improve our ability to imagine, to be creative, to be empathetic, and to connect to others.
In today's world, there is no shortage of fuel for negative thinking, and none of us are immune to it. The good news is that you can minimize your negative thinking by making a conscious decision to control the one thing you should always be in control of: your attitude. The message of this week's episode is not "think good things and good things will magically happen." The message is about finding opportunities in bad situations. "What does this make possible?", as my friend and mentor, Michael Hyatt, would ask. Sometimes there are business opportunities...finding new ways to serve others. Sometimes, there are opportunities to change the circumstances for the better. Whatever the case, stewing in your own misery is never a solution. Even worse, that attitude tends to spread to those around you (more surplus fuel for negative thinking). Listen to this week's episode and then do some self-analysis. What are the things that fuel your negativity? What do they make possible? What are some positive ways you can affect them? It's not always the easiest path to take, but it's always the better one. [00:00] Be a positive thinker...not a fantasy optimist [01:25] Noticing the negative [03:55] Be unreasonable [05:43] Your beliefs dictate your actions [08:04] Rational Optimism [11:20] Your excuses are valid [12:49] Your attitude is 100% your fault How You Can Help Subscribe to the show in iTunes and give us a rating and review. Make sure you put your real name and website in the text of the review itself. We will definitely mention you on this show. We are also on Stitcher.com, so if you prefer Stitcher, please subscribe there. Connect with Ray on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Visit Ray's community on Facebook – This is a friendly group of writers, entrepreneurs, and coaches who share ideas and helpful advice.
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What do you get when you cross hip hop, YouTube, and science education? You get my guest today, Maynard Okereke. Maynard is a science communicator best known as the Hip Hop M.D for making science fun for kids - and getting them involved in S.T.E.M. fields. Today Maynard shares his story about how he got from civil engineering to being the Hip Hop MD - and we share the crazy story of how we met more than a decade ago! He talks about what it's like to work with young people and teachers to spark curiosity and foster passion - and how those lessons can help your organization better connect with young people and attract them with a more innovative, diverse workplace. He shares how important it is to make topics fun and relatable to both kids and adults - great advice for all you team leaders and marketers out there. We dive into why innovation, especially in tech, requires play and imagination, and how we can break science's norms and stereotypes to not only encourage young people to pursue STEM fields, but encourage their natural curiosity - and hopefully spark that in adults as well. Key Takeaways:If kids can't see it, they can't be it. Be who you are authentically and share your knowledge and information. Who knows who you will touch when you do?People need to own the work that they do. They need to understand the purpose, the passion, and the vision in it. If you aren't around people with different backgrounds and who look different than you, you will have one perspective and have a harder time connecting with those around you as you are stuck in your own perspective. Stay curious. You're never too old to explore something new. Curiosity is the number one trait of empathetic people (and it will bring you inspiration and excitement)! "We know that diversity is where it's at - in order to bring new innovations to the table, to bring new life. Technology is driven by diversity." — Maynard Okereke About Maynard Okereke: Hip Hop M.D., Science CommunicatorMaynard Okereke, better known as the Hip Hop M.D., graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Civil Engineering. He is an award winning Science Communicator, having received both the Asteroid Award for "Best Streaming Content" and the People of Change Award for his community outreach efforts. His passion for science and entertainment, along with his curiosity for new innovation has taken him through an incredible life journey.Noticing a lack of minority involvement in the S.T.E.M. fields, he created Hip Hop Science with the goal of encouraging minorities and youth to pursue more advanced career paths. His background in engineering, acting, business, and credible work within the music industry as an artist, make him uniquely qualified to engage on a wide variety of topics from an entertaining perspective. This is highly reflected in his weekly vlogs and daily social media posts which provide both humorous and informative #SciComm content. Connect with Maynard Okereke: Website: www.HipHopScienceShow.comTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/thehiphopmdLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maynardokereke/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hiphopscienceshowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hiphopscienceshow Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice
Spring brings back memories for Hallie about her love of lacrosse, so we start this week by discussing how sports are a great way to start teaching kids about leadership. Then, we talk about the act of noticing: what it really means, what happens when we go through life without noticing, and where to even begin. We also talk about why the worst time for people to make decisions is when they are in an emotionally disturbed state, even if that disturbed state is positive. When you notice your emotions and share them, you can let go of the outcome and step more into the flow. https://adamhergenrother.com/141-what-is-noticing-and-where-to-start/ (See full show notes.)
Every human being struggles with thoughts and feelings of doubt and fear and discouragement and if you have listened to my podcast for any length of time you have heard me explain that this is because of the way our brains are biologically programmed. Noticing what's wrong with us is our brain's way of ensuring our survival. However, this is just one way of looking at our experience with negative thoughts. On today's podcast, I interview my dad, Dennis Deaton, about his new book in which he offers the idea that our thoughts are actually coming from two opposing sources: from God and from the adversary.In our discussion, we talk about our different perspectives on the origin of our thoughts, the power in recognizing that we are not our thoughts, and the importance of overcoming our negative thoughts and choosing on purpose what we want to think so we can move forward in the face of fear, doubt and discouragement. To get the book, Looking Unto Christ in Every Thought you can click here: https://lookinguntochrist.com/For Dennis Deaton's other books on mind management, click here: https://www.amazon.com/Book-Mind-Management-Dennis-Deaton/dp/1881840344/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1612639063&sr=1-3 https://www.aprilpricecoaching.com/blog/156
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Rob Walker, journalist, design teacher, and author of "The Art of Noticing" says paying attention to the moments of our lives can help us experience more wonder, joy, and curiosity--and make even a simple, routine walk a whole lot more fun and interesting. Today we talk specifics about how this easy practice can add meaning and good feelings to all that we do.. For more on this and other episodes and essays about living lives that matter, join Polly Campbell, Simply Said Notes, https://pollycampbell.substack.com/. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What if you could welcome conflicts instead of avoiding or dreading them? My guest Jason Digges describes how it's possible to do just that by using Authentic Relating. We talk about that topic and many other ideas from his excellent book, Conflict = Energy, The Transformative Practice of Authentic Relating. You will want to take notes because Jason shares a wealth of practical ideas you can apply at work and at home. Jason is a modern renaissance man. He's equal parts artist, philosopher, teacher, and media producer. From 2003-2012 he worked for Integral Institute to create thousands of hours of educational media on the topics of transpersonal psychology, spirituality, productivity, and personal growth. Jason is obsessed with how humans can live and relate optimally. Since 2012, he's facilitated groups and taught authentic relating and circling courses in over 20 cities around the world. You'll discover: The 5 practices involved in Authentic Relating (AR)Why Appreciation is a key element in building trust and strong relationshipsThe roles of Noticing, Appreciating, and Curiosity in ARWhy Dignity + Humility = Transformation and how the shadow side of each can get in the way of connecting with othersHow leaders can create psychological safety so people feel free to speak up and share their thoughts and feelings
After 18 years in the corporate world focusing on everything from project management and recruiting to sales and customer service, Jamie decided to use my skills to help business owners reclaim their time so they can focus on the big picture rather than time-consuming daily operations. You know, those non-glamorous details that are so vital to a successful operation, the back-end operations that no one really notices unless something goes wrong. Noticing and handling the essential details may not seem glamorous to some, but Jamie thrives on keeping everything running smoothly and preventing gaps and issues before they occur. Developing, documenting, and organizing systems, processes and people are my super powers and are key to help organizations scale. It's a role she learned well at my most recent position (which she still holds) as Regional Director of Sales and Operations at a highly successful and growing fitness brand. Jamie wears many hats, continues to master many skills and helps manage more than 100 employees. Her job is to free up space so the owner can concentrate on growing the brand. Jamie develops the SOPs, systems and processes needed to scale the organization which has grown from one to eight brick-and-mortar studios in less than five years. No task is too large or too small for Jamie to dig into and as a result she is well versed in a multitude of business areas, including recruiting, marketing, operational and employee development, client relations and customer service. Prior to that, Jamie co-launched ERTutors.com, an online platform that matched highly skilled education professionals with students seeking specialized assistance. As Managing Partner, she was the project manager for the website development, ran the day-to-day operations and handled sales and marketing. After earning a B.S. from Michigan State University and a Master's from DePaul University, Jamie enjoyed a variety of positions, including field recruiting for Walden University and as a School Specialty Sales Representative selling educational curriculum. She thrives on personal connection and creating this with her clients is essential to a long-lasting relationship. She helps businesses grow and can do that best by understanding her clients' business, who they are and their vision. This happens with open and honest communication which is key to a successful working relationship. On the personal front, Jamie is a wife and mother to two incredible kids. Her family loves being outside in nature doing things like kayaking and hiking. When they're forced indoors, that energy goes into board games, puzzle and movie nights. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Jamie Garavaglia: Website: www.jamiegconsulting.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamieg_virtualadminconsultant/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jamie-Gavaglia-Virtual-Administrative-Consultant-102494711546751 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jamie-garavaglia-virtual-administrative-consultant
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Hey amazing listeners! It's Amy going solo today dropping you a fun little bonus episode. We do have our regular episode coming up but due to some technical issues it has been delayed until later in the week, so watch this space! Hey amazing listeners! It's Amy going solo today, dropping you a fun little bonus episode. We do have our regular episode coming up but due to some technical issues it has been delayed until later in the week, so watch this space!We still wanted to deliver a little something into your ears so Amy has put together a quick mindfulness exercise that you can do to help you view your space with fresh eyes.Inspired by a mindfulness exercise by Osher Gunsberg on his podcast "Better than Yesterday" Amy takes us on a journey as she intentionally notices everything in the space around her.If you are someone that may have become blind to clutter, doesn't know where to start or finds it tricky to prioritise and make a strategy for decluttering then you will absolutely love this episode. Have a great week and enjoy stopping and noticing! ● Our website The Art of Decluttering● Become a Patron with Patreon – your monthly support makes a huge difference to us being able to producethis podcast. Support can be as little as $1 a month!● Follow us on Instagram● Follow us on Facebook● Join our Facebook group● Leave a review on Apple PodcastThank you to our sound engineer, Jarred from Four4ty Studio Productions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Friends of the Rosary: The ancient Roman poet Virgil wrote in his Georgics the Latin phase “Tempus fugit”. Translated into English the expression means “times flies”. Noticing that time escapes, and almost nothing endures, might cause desolation and even despair among non-believers. Easter is about highlighting the opposite: the joy that explodes with the Resurrection and the beginning of an eternal time. This sounds great, isn't it? But are behaving accordingly? Mostly, we are not. If we were, our focus would be placed on accumulating richness in Heaven. This Easter, let's see our life in the light of the Resurrection. Let's think about what's ahead of our earthly death. In addition, let's reflect on how we want to arrive at the Final Judgement when our soul will be examined and our deeds considered. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! [ Second Year Anniversary | In the Memory of María Blanca ] • April 23, 2021, Today's Holy Rosary on YouTube — Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET • In Memoriam of Maria Blanca: Testimonials
Episode Description Pentucket Regional School District transitioned from balanced literacy programs to teaching and learning with structured literacy and reading science. Coaches and leaders used data to support educators in understanding the purpose of the transition. They unpacked why the materials were different from what they previously used. Key takeaway: You can't take your old practices with you and use them with the new materials. Pentucket currently utilizes Wit & Wisdom ELA, Geodes, Fundations, and Heggerty. Related EpisodesEp. 94: “If only I would have known…” Book Talk with Author Faith Borkowsky Ep. 10: Noticing the #KnowledgeGap with Natalie Wexler Ep. 16: Scaling Literacy Success with Brian KingsleyEp. 69: Wondering about Wit & Wisdom ELA? Resources Grassroots Enthusiasm Powers Adoption of Evidence-Based ELA and Math CurriculaData Discussions Drive Progress: Pentucket's Curriculum Journey The Shift from Fountas & Pinnell to Research-Aligned Reading InstructionText at the Center (MEredith and Sue) Understanding Wit & Wisdom Great Minds Blog, including Preparation Protocol link Teaching with Complex Text: It's a Complex Thing To Do Pentucket Teaching and Learning Blog Follow us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram For more resources, visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum.
Your stuff as a husband and a father affects your wife and kids. It may be your bad habits or addictions or wounds from the past. Or it may be your turn around and the growth you experience. Either way, your stuff affects them, negatively or positively. Want to know what we mean and what to do about it? Join Mark and John for the discussion. Stay up to date with us through our mail list (sign up here) or our FB page @NMUJourney. Expanded Notes: What you ignore or avoid or work on for growth — negative or positive — affects your wife and kids Noticing what is feeding “your stuff” can be a great awareness moment Exercise your agency to avoid your negative triggers When it comes to deeper wounds, you will need to intentionally address it in order to heal Dealing with your stuff requires honesty and confronting lies you may have believed (for example, it's just a little [fill in the blank]) Your kids will notice your character compromises Book Reference: Live Not By Lies by Rod Dreher The positive side is this: as you grow and deal with your stuff, you can help others in similar work Ways you can deal with your stuff? Ask your wife (or those close to you) what your stuff is You must start with awareness and in humility acknowledge you don't know what you don't know Once you know, then you can ask for help Ask God to help you build your team of folks who can help you Share your story, where you've been and where you are, and listen to the stories of others
BLEAV IN BEARS is honored to welcome former Florida Gator/National Champion/Bears Safety-turned- Author/Community Leader Major Wright to talk NFL Draft, his playing days alongside Former Bears Defensive End Corey Wootton and his fantastic work as a community advocate with The Right Way Foundation and GoodDeedTuesday.com. Corey and Major take us behind the scenes into what goes through a player's mind one week before the NFL Draft (2:05), Sam Bradford's worst nightmare=Major Wright/ His Pick-Six vs Rams in 2012 (6:53) Corey and Major look back on just how special and fun the 2010-2013 Bears defenses were (8:41), Noticing parallels in Love Smith's Defense and Matt Eberflus' scheme (12:44) Major talks about his inspiring transformation after struggling to transition away from the game of football (16:39) And we wrap up the pod talking about Major's amazing work in his community with The Right Way Foundation and GoodDeedTuesday (23:01) Truly a MUST-LISTEN conversation about Life, Football and, most importantly, the delicate balance of Life AFTER Football
Kristi Peck is an intuitive life coach, a spiritual mentor, a creative girl and author of Coming Home: A Love Story (available on Amazon). In her episodes, she will chat about living the liminal in PEACE, JOY and FREEDOM. She openly shares her lived experiences so that you can witness your life experiences and be a learner as well. As an empath and mystic, Kristi has learned to leverage her natural abilities and intuitive wisdom to help people discover their truth and a sense of belonging so that they can be fully expressive and abundant in a conscious way. For over 30 years, Kristi has been a resource for others to awaken and develop their masterful gifts. As a teacher, coach, speaker and writer, Kristi loves sharing stories that captivate and inspire people to take adventurous leaps of faith. Her own vulnerability helps others feel safe in her presence and be fully seen and heard while courageously choosing new ways of living life. IN THIS EPISODE, KRISTI TALKS ABOUT THESE TOPICS: We are all here as souls that are wanting and desiring to be expressive in some way. You're given exactly what you need – for your soul's purpose and for other's souls' purposes. Noticing the pauses in life – what are you creating in the pause? Releasing our anchors to live our full expression we're meant to. Stepping outside of the wound. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kristi-peck/message
I'm joined by Doreen Korba, a life coach for entrepreneurs who centers her skills on helping women grow successful businesses on their own terms. Breaking down the concept of a “Quantum Leap” together, Doreen and I discuss the best conditions to experience a quantum leap in your own business, as well as reveal how these conditions have more to do with your inner world than your marketing strategy or your work schedule. Timecoded Guide: In this episode, Doreen and I cover: [4:57] Understanding the difference between getting to work and hustling [11:37] Noticing the breakdown before the breakthrough [16:33] Managing business assets during the “slow” breakdown period [20:13] Asking for help and support in this journey [26:47] Supporting female entrepreneurs in this way through her coaching focus
The terrifying Clayface emerges in the world of Batman in one of the greatest two-parters ever! Join us as we discuss...Noticing the overall dip in quality in the MCU!Teddy can't stop reminding us that Clayface's first name is 'Matt'!Why it is important that kids learn that huge actors are, more often than not, narcissistic creeps!Batman employing "enhanced integration" techniques as well as driving the main villain to kill himself! (sort of)Another blast of an episode to breakdown! We reckon that there is no way you didn't enjoy this too! Hope you enjoy! The X-Men TAS Podcast just opened a SECRET reddit group, join by clicking here! We also on Twitch sometimes… click here to go to our page and follow and subscribe so you can join in on all the mysterious fun to be had! Also, make sure to subscribe to our podcast via Buzzsprout, iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Last but not least, follow Willie Simpson on Twitter and please join our Facebook Group!
Have you ever thought someone was hot, and then realized there was zero chemistry between you? In this episode we'll explore the difference between sexual attraction and energetic attraction, how to notice energetic attraction, and why it's important to pay attention to it. Energetic attraction can be your “radar” that you can use to improve all areas of your life, including business, family, romantic, etc…There is a huge difference between sexual attraction and energetic attraction, and it's important to understand this difference. In this personal story episode, you'll hear about the time I went to a sexual energy dance workshop in Thailand, and how I learned this difference in a first-hand, surprising way. (I was most attracted to a woman who could have been my grandmother, and ended up having a super erotic dance with her. It was a trip… and a HUGE learning experience for me about the difference between energetic attraction and sexual attraction.EPISODE TIMES & TOPICS:02:37 – Sexual Attraction without Energetic Attraction?03:10 – Living on Koh Phangan, Thailand06:07 – The sexual energy dance workshop 11:07 – Noticing where your energetic body goes 12:40 – Energetic attraction & sexy dance with an elderly woman17:39 – Energetic attraction & dance with another man21:25 – How to begin exploring energetic attraction23:55 – How to explore energetic sex with your partner(s).The workshop I talked about in this episode was led by Lion Galban, and after you listen, I recommend checking out the previous episode where I interviewed Lion about: How to Unlock Your Wild, Primal, Sexual SelfTo check out the full episode show notes, click here: Sexual Attraction vs Energetic AttractionConnect with Taylor:Taylor's WebsiteTaylor's InstagramTaylor's Youtube ChannelThe Orgasmic Mastery CourseFREE 7-Day Semen Retention ChallengeFREE Ejaculation Control Guide
In this episode Brenda and Julia get real and raw on noticing changes within ourselves! ♡ Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rawring-twenties-podcast/id1494981855 ♡ Subscribe to RAWring Twenties on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqIjQO1tys3_U-aaHYkHUuA Check out our website and shop the new merchandise: ♡ www.rawringtwentiespodcast.com Contact #R20 Squad! ♡Email: RAWringtwentiespodcast@gmail.com ♡Instagram: @rawringtwentiespodcast Host personal pages: ♡Brenda @balancewithbrenda, @officialbrendaa ♡Julia @Julia_tolchin
Lisa and Kate talk about how bringing the unconscious to the conscious realm helped heal their physical body and their relationship to their physical bodies and what it looks like to share this work and additionally, discuss why Kate is rebranding and dropping "Clean" from Kate's Clean Life. Topics Include: TMS and Chronic Pain Self-Compassion The difference between chronic pain and human pain The rapid speed of healing when we address the nervous system [2:00] Lisa and Kate remember how they connected through being personal trainers who previously used fear and changing the body as motivation, to a holistic, mind-body approach, and Kate tells her story regarding her chronic pain [22:00] Kate recalls what it was like to listen to her own intuition when doctors were recommending serious procedures like surgery to deal with her chronic pain issues [33:00] Noticing your emotional world when we experience set-backs in our relationship with food, body image, chronic pain, etc. [40:30] Why Kate is rebranding “Kate's Clean Life!” (Plus: Attempting to control the uncontrollable nature of our life and gripping to “clean eating,” “clean beauty,” “clean beauty,” etc, etc, while we have a dysregulated emotional system) [49:00] Kate recalls finding Dr. Sarno's work and what it means to do the “inner work” to heal the physical body by moving through repressed emotions [1:06] Gaining health versus losing weight through focusing on love versus fear Connect with Kate https://katescleanlife.com/ https://www.instagram.com/katescleanlife/?hl=en Enrollment is OPEN for the Next Round of Group Coaching - Reserve Your Spot for the May 2022 Cohort https://www.outofthecave.health/work-with-me Become a Member of the Out of the Cave Online Community - Includes Two Live Coaching Calls Monthly https://www.outofthecave.health/membership EMail Lisa - We welcome questions, comments and feedback email@example.com Out of the Cave Merch - For 10% off use code SCHLOS10 https://www.outofthecave.health/shop Socials Instagram: www.instagram.com/lisa.schlosberg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outofthecavellc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lees325/videos
In the early church, believers shared whatever they had to meet one another’s needs. Barnabas sold some property and gave the money to the apostles to distribute. Noticing the praise he received, Ananias and his wife Sapphira decided to do the same...almost. They gave part of the money, but kept the rest, saying they’d given it all. Because they lied to God, they were both punished with death (Acts 4:32–5:11). God hates hypocrisy. Ananias and Sapphira pretended to be generous but were not. Similarly, King Zedekiah appeared to be full of faith but was not. He rebelled against Babylon in 588 B.C., inquired of a true prophet, and expressed hope in God’s wonder- working power for victory (Jer. 21:1–2). Weren’t these “steps of faith”? No. This was his idea, not God’s. Zedekiah was merely wishing that God would get on board. It was an attempt to manipulate the Almighty. There had been no change in the king’s heart in response to any of Jeremiah’s messages. Therefore, there was no change in God’s answer: Judah would still be conquered by Babylon (vv. 3–7). There would be plague, famine, and a total military defeat. Even worse, it would be as if God Himself was fighting against them. Ironically, Zedekiah’s name means “The Lord is my righteousness,” but he didn’t live up to it, nor did any of the political and religious leaders of that day. As a group, they were primarily to blame for the coming judgment. Jeremiah presented the king with a familiar choice (vv. 8–10; see also Deut. 11:26–28). They could listen and live, or not listen and die. If they believed God, they should surrender to the Babylonians and save many lives. If not, they could keep fighting and pay the price. >> It’s safe to say that many people who call themselves Christians today are not following the true gospel or the Word of God. With God on our side, let’s pray for revival! Extended reading: Jeremiah 21–22
Dr. Steven Lloyd Neal is the visionary behind the Monument Of The Americas project. He a practicing facial plastic surgeon and artist who lives in Pendleton, Oregon where he and his wife Susan raised their six daughters. Dr. Neal is an artist first and foremost. It was his background in art that attracted him to pursue a career in facial plastic surgery. Noticing the strong similarities in both fields, Dr. Neal has fused them together to form his life‘s work. For over two decades Dr. Neal has instructed and taught sculpture classes to his fellow facial plastic surgeon colleagues to improve their aesthetic judgment—the most difficult aspect of plastic surgery. In the field of art, Neal is best known for his achievements and dedication to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints and his love of the Book of Mormon. When sculpting, Neal‘s favorite medium is oil-based clay. Despite his affinity to this medium, he has also learned to carve marble. Working among craftsmen, artists, and masters, Neal has spent time over consecutive summers in Pietrasanta, Italy, not far from the same marble quarry used by Michelangelo, and received invaluable training there. He has also been trained by other professional artists in New York. Some of Neal‘s best known sculptures are the marble “Other Sheep I Have” placed in the lobby of the Mission Training Center in Provo, and the colossal “Mormon Battalion Monument, Duty Calls” and “Duty Triumphs” found at This is the Place Heritage Park in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since his youth, Neal has been painting oil paintings. As he grew so did the size of his pieces. While still in surgical residency at University of California San Diego, Neal began painting his most famous work, “The Tree of Life“ or “Lehi‘s Dream”. “Lehi's Dream”, which won the grand prize for the Church's First International Art Contest, has been on display for 32 years at the Museum of Church History and Art in Salt Lake City Utah. Since then Neal also painted numerous other large pieces from scenes within the Book of Mormon. As an adult, he has received years of training in the style of the old European masters and continues to employ these techniques in his work. Neal graduated magna cum laude with high honors in Asian studies and Pre-med from Brigham Young University and graduated sixth in his medical school class from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He currently serves in the Church as the second counselor in the Walla Walla, Washington Stake Presidency. He and Susan are grandparents to 14 grandchildren.
Jon talks about how to take your operations, systems, and processes to the next level with the CEO of Jamie Garavaglia Consulting, Jamie Garavaglia. After 18 years in the corporate world focusing on everything from project management and recruiting to sales and customer service, Jamie decided to use my skills to help business owners reclaim their time so they can focus on the big picture rather than time-consuming daily operations. You know, those non-glamorous details that are so vital to a successful operation, the back-end operations that no one really notices unless something goes wrong. Noticing and handling the essential details may not seem glamorous to some, but Jamie thrives on keeping everything running smoothly and preventing gaps and issues before they occur. Developing, documenting, and organizing systems, processes, and people are my superpowers and are key to helping organizations scale. It's a role she learned well at my most recent position (which she still holds) as Regional Director of Sales and Operations at a highly successful and growing fitness brand. Jamie wears many hats, continues to master many skills, and helps manage more than 100 employees. Her job is to free up space so the owner can concentrate on growing the brand. Jamie develops the SOPs, systems, and processes needed to scale the organization which has grown from one to eight brick-and-mortar studios in less than five years. No task is too large or too small for Jamie to dig into and as a result, she is well versed in a multitude of business areas, including recruiting, marketing, operational and employee development, client relations, and customer service. Prior to that, Jamie co-launched ERTutors.com, an online platform that matched highly skilled education professionals with students seeking specialized assistance. As Managing Partner, she was the project manager for the website development, ran the day-to-day operations, and handled sales and marketing. After earning a B.S. from Michigan State University and a Master's from DePaul University, Jamie enjoyed a variety of positions, including field recruiting for Walden University and as a School Specialty Sales Representative selling educational curriculum. She thrives on personal connection and creating this with her clients is essential to a long-lasting relationship. She helps businesses grow and can do that best by understanding her clients' businesses, who they are, and their vision. This happens with open and honest communication which is key to a successful working relationship. On the personal front, Jamie is a wife and mother to two incredible kids. Her family loves being outside in nature doing things like kayaking and hiking. When they're forced indoors, that energy goes into board games, puzzles, and movie nights. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Jamie Garavaglia: Website: www.jamiegconsulting.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamieg_virtualadminconsultant/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jamie-Gavaglia-Virtual-Administrative-Consultant-102494711546751 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jamie-garavaglia-virtual-administrative-consultant
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Taylor Ricks has often taken comfort in not just the stars of scripture stories, but also those characters who are so quietly present that we may not even notice them. Perhaps it's because she has never felt like the star of the show herself. Or because there have been moments where she has wished no one would notice her at all. Unnamed scripture heroes have become trusted friends to Taylor—friends who have gotten her through incredibly difficult times. On this week's episode, Taylor introduces us to a few of these friends and shares why they matter so much to her. “For me, the first part of being all in the gospel of Jesus Christ is finding Christ all in His gospel.” Show Notes: 2:09- The Lad With the Loaves and Fishes 4:55- Quiet Heroes 8:09- Through the Breaking 12:26- Sitting With Others 15:12- The Target of Racism and Bullying 21:31- The People Who Prayed for Alma the Younger 25:24- Adoption and Being Chosen 30:47- Inclusion at Church 35:27- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stigall says the answer is not what mainstream media is telling you. Where is the meaningful discussion about a return to domestic oil production as a means of defeating our enemies? Noticing a fair amount of Reagan quoting lately? Ok, lets examine his record. Steve Moore discusses the Federal Reserve announcement they're prepared to continue to raise interest rates. The SCOTUS hearings continue. You'll hear some disturbing stuff from Sen. Josh Hawley on the record of Judge Brown Jackson as it relates to child sex criminals. But despite it all, there's little to be done to stop her confirmation, so what now? Prioritize is the answer!