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ChannelMom Media
Stop Triggers from Wrecking Your Life

ChannelMom Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 26:51


If current crises or news stories are causing you or your kids to feel "triggered." our Counselor for Moms Jami Kirkbride of Parenting with Personality offers life-changing tips to be AWARE and defeat your triggers! FIND out what being A.W.A.R.E means LEARN how to express yourself in healthy ways HOW TO get support that helps you and your kids Tune in and ENJOY your Mom Life!!!  Listen to the next ChannelMom Radio Fridays @ 1PM - Saturdays @ 7AM and @ 2:30PM. And JOIN us for #mondaymomprayer on ChannelMom's Facebook page at noon MT on Mondays! Shop Amazon?? Go to Amazon Smile and choose ChannelMom Media as charity for Amazon Smile to donate to!  

The Dissenter
#536 James Pennebaker: Language Use, Writing, Personality, and Stories

The Dissenter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 63:05


------------------Support the channel------------ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/the-dissenter PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done differently. Check the website here: http://enlites.com/ Dr. James Pennebaker is the Regents Centennial Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Psychology. He and his students are exploring natural language use, group dynamics, and personality in both laboratory and real-world settings. His earlier work on expressive writing found that physical health and work performance can improve by simple writing and/or talking exercises. His cross-disciplinary research is related to linguistics, clinical and cognitive psychology, communications, medicine, and computer science. Author or editor of 12 books and over 300 articles, Pennebaker has received numerous research and teaching awards and honors. In this episode, we talk about what we can learn about human psychology through written language. We first discuss the functions of language, and how it influences cognition. We get into written language, and the psychological benefits of writing, particularly expressive writing. We also talk about predicting relationship breakdowns through language use, personality traits, stories, and sex differences in language use. -- A HUGE THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS/SUPPORTERS: KARIN LIETZCKE, ANN BLANCHETTE, PER HELGE LARSEN, LAU GUERREIRO, JERRY MULLER, HANS FREDRIK SUNDE, BERNARDO SEIXAS, HERBERT GINTIS, RUTGER VOS, RICARDO VLADIMIRO, CRAIG HEALY, OLAF ALEX, PHILIP KURIAN, JONATHAN VISSER, JAKOB KLINKBY, ADAM KESSEL, MATTHEW WHITINGBIRD, ARNAUD WOLFF, TIM HOLLOSY, HENRIK AHLENIUS, JOHN CONNORS, PAULINA BARREN, FILIP FORS CONNOLLY, DAN DEMETRIOU, ROBERT WINDHAGER, RUI INACIO, ARTHUR KOH, ZOOP, MARCO NEVES, COLIN HOLBROOK, SUSAN PINKER, PABLO SANTURBANO, SIMON COLUMBUS, PHIL KAVANAGH, JORGE ESPINHA, CORY CLARK, MARK BLYTH, ROBERTO INGUANZO, MIKKEL STORMYR, ERIC NEURMANN, SAMUEL ANDREEFF, FRANCIS FORDE, TIAGO NUNES, BERNARD HUGUENEY, ALEXANDER DANNBAUER, FERGAL CUSSEN, YEVHEN BODRENKO, HAL HERZOG, NUNO MACHADO, DON ROSS, JONATHAN LEIBRANT, JOÃO LINHARES, OZLEM BULUT, NATHAN NGUYEN, STANTON T, SAMUEL CORREA, ERIK HAINES, MARK SMITH, J.W., JOÃO EIRA, TOM HUMMEL, SARDUS FRANCE, DAVID SLOAN WILSON, YACILA DEZA-ARAUJO, IDAN SOLON, ROMAIN ROCH, DMITRY GRIGORYEV, TOM ROTH, DIEGO LONDOÑO CORREA, YANICK PUNTER, ADANER USMANI, CHARLOTTE BLEASE, NICOLE BARBARO, ADAM HUNT, PAWEL OSTASZEWSKI, AL ORTIZ, NELLEKE BAK, KATHRINE AND PATRICK TOBIN, GUY MADISON, GARY G HELLMANN, SAIMA AFZAL, ADRIAN JAEGGI, NICK GOLDEN, PAULO TOLENTINO, JOÃO BARBOSA, JULIAN PRICE, EDWARD HALL, HEDIN BRØNNER, DOUGLAS P. FRY, FRANCA BORTOLOTTI, GABRIEL PONS CORTÈS, AND URSULA LITZCKE! A SPECIAL THANKS TO MY PRODUCERS, YZAR WEHBE, JIM FRANK, ŁUKASZ STAFINIAK, IAN GILLIGAN, LUIS CAYETANO, TOM VANEGDOM, CURTIS DIXON, BENEDIKT MUELLER, VEGA GIDEY, AND THOMAS TRUMBLE! AND TO MY EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS, MICHAL RUSIECKI, ROSEY, JAMES PRATT, MATTHEW LAVENDER, SERGIU CODREANU, AND BOGDAN KANIVETS!

Introvert's Guide to Starting a Business
89. Does the environment that we live in affect our personality?

Introvert's Guide to Starting a Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 50:06


This week we're talking about a documentary I watched called Three Identical Strangers. It is the perfect representation of nature vs nurture. Mentioned on the showHow to Conquer Anxiety By Organizing Your Life: https://www.infjwoman.com/conqueranxiety/Attract Your Dream Job WorkshopThere's never been a better time to get a new job. It's time to step up, believe in yourself and get that job you've been dreaming of! Join me for this powerful workshop where I'll guide you through the 3 key steps to attracting your dream job. I'll be hosting this 1-hour workshop live on Zoom on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 12pm ET.https://infjwoman.thinkific.com/courses/attract-your-dream-job+++ Listen & Subscribe to my podcast +++https://thequietonespodcast.com/ -- NEWSLETTER --Sign up for my weekly newsletter so you never miss an episode!https://www.infjwoman.com/podcastnewsletter/-- INFJ Woman Insiders --The INFJ Woman Insiders Membership is all about giving you the inspiration you need to step into your highest and best self! Get access to additional videos weekly, live Q&As, behind-the-scenes content and so much more! Check it out here: https://www.infjwoman.com/insider/++ Follow me on Instagram ++Follow me on Instagram for daily inspirational posts and information about introvert entrepreneurs: https://www.instagram.com/infjwoman/** And on Facebook **https://www.facebook.com/infjwoman

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DumTeeDum - A show about The BBC's The Archers
DTD: 408 - Dessert Storm; Stella crashes the Pips & a potential personality bypass.

DumTeeDum - A show about The BBC's The Archers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 81:09


This week's DumTeeDum tune is from The Paul Family in New York and on this week's episode we hear calls from Bill, Mia, Glyn, Clare, Witherspoon, Katherine & Matthew plus a text from Purple Pumpkin & an email from Anon of Ambridge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Barron's Streetwise
MarketWatch presents: Can your quirky personality stop a thief?

Barron's Streetwise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 19:52


This week, the Streetwise team takes a break to bring you a new episode of Best New Ideas in Money. It's a new show hosted by MarketWatch editor Jeremy Olshan and economist Stephanie Kelton. Innovations in behavioral biometrics will make it harder for fraudsters to impersonate you online, but these detailed profiles of our behaviors could get a little creepy. For more episodes, find Best New Ideas in Money wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Where Wine Takes You - A Paso Wine Podcast
Ep 35: Paso Pinot Noir: It's History & Personality – Adelaida Vineyards and Winery | Windward Vineyard

Where Wine Takes You - A Paso Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 51:21


True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Typology
Healing from Past Sufferings, feat. Dr. Dan Allender [S05-011]

Typology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 64:11


How has your past uniquely prepared you to experience more joy? Dr. Dan Allender and I explore this question today in an insightful conversation about healing the heart from trauma, rewriting the broken stories we adopt as children and the overlap with the Enneagram.   Professor of counseling psychology at The Seattle School and founder of The Allender Center, Dr. Dan Allender has pioneered a unique therapy centered around his innovative theory and training in transforming betrayal, ambivalence, and powerlessness into faith, hope, and love. He's a popular podcaster on The Allender Center Podcast and the author of Healing the Wondered Heart, The Wounded Heart, The Healing Path, To Be Told and God Loves Sex, and Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling. Learn more about Dr. Allender at https://theallendercenter.org or follow him @allendercenter on Facebook and Instagram.

The Red Box Politics Podcast
Personality Politics

The Red Box Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 54:54


Matt Chorley hosts a panel live at the Cheltenham Literature festival asking how important personality is to a politician's success. PLUS: An interview with Gyles Brandreth on his memoirs. AND David Sanderson from the Arts section of the Times and Manveen Rana of the Stories of Our Times Podcast dissect the days news. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ProspectiveDoctor | Helping you achieve your medical school dreams | AMCAS | MCAT
How to Showcase Your Personality during Medical School Interviews

ProspectiveDoctor | Helping you achieve your medical school dreams | AMCAS | MCAT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:37


Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Erika Aragona who is a double board-certified family physician in osteopathic and allopathic medicine. She also serves as a faculty member at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. Today Erkeda chats with Dr. Aragona about how to set yourself apart during medical school interviews and what students can do to advocate for women's health. [00:23] Dr. Aragona's Medical Journey and Background [02:58] Becoming Human in Patient Interactions [04:40] Cultivate Passions Outside of Medicine [07:26] Letting Your Personality Shine in Interviews [16:41] Dr. Aragona's Advocacy for Women's Health [20:25] How Can Students Advocate for Women's Health? [28:15] Best Advice that Dr. Aragona Has Received Full show notes

Influence Podcast
264. Five Styles of Personal Evangelism

Influence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:47


Personal evangelism doesn't require you to use a method that feels forced and unnatural. In his new book, Contagious Faith, Mark Mittelberg writes, “There are a variety of natural approaches we can take to reach the people around us — things we can say and do that fit our own God-given personalities.” That's what Mittelberg calls “the good news about the Good News.” In this episode of the Influence Podcast, I'm talking to Mittelberg about the five styles of personal evangelism he describes in his book. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Mark Mittelberg is executive director of the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christianity University in Lakewood, Colorado, as well as a best-selling author and international speaker. His most recent book is Contagious Faith: Discover Your Natural Style for Sharing Jesus with Others. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Most people have access to the Bible, but few regularly engage with it. Bible Engagement Project equips churches with digital Bible study resources to help people of all ages read and understand Scripture so they can become more like Jesus and live radically changed lives. Bible Engagement Project is available in both English and Spanish. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to learn more.

Best New Ideas in Money
Can your quirky personality stop a thief?

Best New Ideas in Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 18:27


Innovations in behavioral biometrics will make it harder for fraudsters to impersonate you online, but these detailed profiles of our behaviors could get a little creepy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Midday Show
Which Braves player's personality are you?

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 36:55


Andy and Randy go 'No Huddle' discussing the biggest headlines around the league including how defenses are going to game plan for TE Kyle Pitts. Plus, in The Wendy Zone, which Braves player's personality are you MOST like?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tips with Te
Ep. 98: Align your business with your personality with Erika Tebbens

Tips with Te

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 17:49


Erika gives tips on how to align your business with your personality to grow and market your brand. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tipswithte/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tipswithte/support

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From The Center of Jungian Positive Psychology
Are Personality Tests Ruining Your Life?

From The Center of Jungian Positive Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 50:13


In this new series about the personality, we explore the Personality (Jungian “Persona”) and how the conscious personality is developed and interferes with your free will. In this episode, we explore Personality Tests and what they really mean about you. The major personality tests like Meyers-Briggs, Big Five, Enneagram and what they actually measure;What Jung really believed about his “personality types;”How misunderstanding the results can limit your life and ruin your potential;How understanding your ego personality is not the whole key to transforming your life.Watch the next Soul Session in this series on our YouTube Channel.

Not A Mama Yet
EP35 Dr. Kristin Pauker: Social and Developmental Psychology research in children

Not A Mama Yet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 49:10


Today on the podcast, I am speaking with Dr. Kristin Pauker. She is originally born and raised in Hawaiʻi and became fascinated with exploring how a person's immediate environment and culturally-shaped theories about race impact basic social perception, social interactions, and stereotyping in childhood and throughout development. She loves to discover new ideas through her novel research studies and applying those insights toward creating interventions to mitigate stereotyping, interpersonal friction, or persistently biased social perception. Her research examines how motivations, social context, and individuals' lay theories impact social perception and their resultant consequences for intergroup relations. Spanning both Social and Developmental Psychology, her research has been featured in journals including Science, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. She was also my Psychology professor at the University of San Francisco and I actually assisted her on some of her research at the time, which we touched on in our conversation. In this episode, we discuss the danger of color blindness, an interesting preschool activity that would definitely test any parent during an important teaching moment, a few of Dr. Pauker's recent studies and the interesting findings that teach us more about the ways children think and perceive, and some moments she has had as a mom talking to her son about race and appearance. Enjoy! Dr. Pauker on the University of Hawai'i Mānoa's website Dr. Pauker's research --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/notamamayet/support

Live FAB Life Podcast
193: Human Design Profile Lines - What's Your Personality?

Live FAB Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:30


Human Design encourages us to explore our true selves versus our conditioned selves and embrace our natural gifts. Your Human Design Type is how our energy functions in the world, our Authority is how we're meant to make decisions, and our Profile Lines are our personalities. It adds another “flavor” that, in combination with other parts of our design, makes us unique! In this episode, we explore the six Profile lines and I share how learning about my Profile Lines 1 and 3 resonated with me. READ THE SHOW NOTES ASK A QUESTION WORK WITH ME CONNECT ON INSTAGRAM

Into The Abyss
Personality

Into The Abyss

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 91:59


Jared, Jack, and Todd discuss the study of personality, in particular comparing two prominent models: the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator and the Big Five Personality Traits. While Myers–Briggs is more widely used, notably in the workplace, the Big Five is preferred in academia. Why is that? We discuss factor analysis, the nature of models, and the consistency and stability of personality. Would you rather see yourself as a thinking person or a disagreeable person? Should we think of certain personality traits as better or worse than others or are all personality traits equally valuable?

Business Innovators Radio
91: FS16 – ENFJ with Sara Dean

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 61:22


Welcome back to the Front Seat 16, our new series from the Front Seat Life podcast! I am your host Jessica Butts, and today Sara Dean joins me for probably my favorite episode of the series to talk about ENFJ! Why's it my favorite? Because it's my type too, haha! Sara is a dear friend, a podcasting genius, and the creator and host of The Shameless Mom Podcast.Overall ENFJs are extroverted, intuitive, feeling and judging which means they give their best selves to other people. They are big picture thinkers. They think outside the box, they're always thinking about what's next. It makes them great entrepreneurs. They are feelers, meaning they make decisions with their hearts and they are Js, which means they're normally pretty obsessive, highly organized, like to be on time, they are planners, and futuristic.And they pretty much have the horse blinders on, like, “Get out of my way, don't distract me, this is where I'm going.” The ENFJs and the ENFPs are interesting because they're very similar, but their front seats are different.An ENFJ is out in the world, giving, sharing, connecting in life and in business, right? We normally have a lot of friends. We have a lot of activities going on. People might think we're very social and, and extroverted and outgoing, which is true. But not the other half of us, the other 50% of us is inside in our hearts.In our mind, being intuitive, walking in silence, thinking in silence, journaling, having a morning practice, getting away by ourselves, taking solo trips, a weekend retreats by ourself, all a whole bunch of alone. And that my friends is where ENFJs get their ideas.Listen in to this episode to learn all about ENFJs, I'm sure you know some! Sara and I share some great stories and examples of life interactions where our type resonate, and where it clashes. I hope you enjoy today's episode. You are going to love this wonderful conversation!Much love, JessicaFor more about Jessica, additional episodes, and to schedule a call, visit https://jessicabutts.com/Follow Jessica on Instagram: @frontseatlifeSara's website: https://shamlelessmom.com/Sara's Facebook Group: https://shamlelessmom.com/facebookFollow Sara on Instagram: @shamelessmomacademyFront Seat Life Podcasthttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/91-fs16-enfj-with-sara-dean

Introvert's Guide to Starting a Business
88. Being an Introvert in an Extroverted World

Introvert's Guide to Starting a Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 36:59


This week we're diving into how extroverts built the world that we live in and how to navigate it as an introvert. +++ Listen & Subscribe to my podcast +++https://thequietonespodcast.com/ -- NEWSLETTER --Sign up for my weekly newsletter so you never miss an episode!https://www.infjwoman.com/podcastnewsletter/-- INFJ Woman Insiders --The INFJ Woman Insiders Membership is all about giving you the inspiration you need to step into your highest and best self! Get access to additional videos weekly, live Q&As, behind-the-scenes content and so much more! Check it out here: https://www.infjwoman.com/insider/++ Follow me on Instagram ++Follow me on Instagram for daily inspirational posts and information about introvert entrepreneurs: https://www.instagram.com/infjwoman/** And on Facebook **https://www.facebook.com/infjwoman

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Live with Joe
Personality Differences In Marriage | MAILBAG MONDAY | Joe & Angel McGee | Oct 11, 2021

Live with Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 21:43


Welcome to another great MailBag Monday! PLEASE share our podcast with your friends!! If you would like to submit a question, please Direct Message us on Facebook or email us at mail@joemcgeeministries.com Every Monday we will be producing a new MailBag, so make sure to get those questions in! JOIN THE FAMILY Sign-up for the Daily Devotion with Joe to get tips, clips, and more tools to help you build a strong marriage, family, and life using God's Word. Click to JOIN THE FAMILY. If you would like to sponsor a podcast or become a partner, please visit us at JoeMcGee.com WAIT... (You can also join us online)  Like us on Facebook  Subscribe to our Youtube channel.

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing
First Draft - Annie Murphy Paul

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 67:52


Annie Murphy Paul is an acclaimed science writer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Scientific American, Slate, Time magazine, and The Best American Science Writing, among many other publications. She is the author of Origins, reviewed on the cover of The New York Times Book Review and selected by that publication as a "Notable Book," and The Cult of Personality, hailed by Malcolm Gladwell in the New Yorker as a “fascinating new book.” Her new book is called The Extended Mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Enneagram and Marriage
The Enneagram, Fitness, & Marriage with Fit Enneagram's Hallie Ringhand, MFT & Type 2 (2-6 Glow)

Enneagram and Marriage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 60:51


Whether you're a heart, head, or body type, your body is important and the ways you move and don't move affect your relationship quite a lot. Because of this, Christa interviews the amazing Hallie Ringhand, Enneagram 2, of New U & Fit Enneagram about helping couples with their health and fitness needs. Hallie is of the 2-6 Glow and not only does she tell us heart tips from over two decades of marriage but she also shares tips for all individuals about what to watch out for in their health and fitness needs. Find Hallie @ www.newutoday.com  Hallie's IG: https://www.instagram.com/fit.enneagram/ Hallie's Fit Enneagram Podcast  Hallie's Patreon For more great virtual Enneagram and spirituality learning, join us for the InterVarsity Press >> All Things Enneagram Conference

Grace Fellowship
10.10.2021 Sermon Title: Christ The One - Who Transforms My Personality

Grace Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 39:28


Series: "Christ The One", Part 6 of 10 Sunday, October 10, 2021

Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Part 2) (2018 Rerun)

Psychology In Seattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 35:20


[Rerun] Dr. Kirk does a deep dive on narcissism. (Intro)Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Part 2)You can access the full episode by becoming a patron of the podcast.Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattleEmail: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contactGet merch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattleDr. Kirk's Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/kirkhondaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychologyinseattle/Discord: https://discord.gg/6QR4sE8x9KReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/PsychologyInSeattle/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PsychInSeattleFacebook Official Page: https://www.facebook.com/PsychologyInSeattle/Facebook Fan Page (run by fans): https://www.facebook.com/groups/112633189213033The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®Trigger Warning: This episode may include topics such as assault, trauma, and discrimination. If necessary, listeners are encouraged to refrain from listening and care for their safety and well-being.Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see www.psychologyinseattle.com

Six Weeks To Fitness
How To Live A Healthy Lifestyle In The Entertainment Industry, Actor Stephen Sorrentino, Ep. 177Stephen Sorrentino

Six Weeks To Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 28:33


Vince Ferguson: Welcome to Six Weeks To Fitness, episode 177. I'm your host Vince Ferguson and joining me today on my Six Weeks To Fitness program is actor, comedian, composer, singer, impressionist, voiceover artist, Stephen Sorrentino. He has appeared on the Las Vegas strip, and has toured well over 25 countries and 43 states. Stephen's long resume has included television, film, and Broadway shows. He has worked with numerous celebrities, such as Patti LaBelle, Dennis Miller, Dana Carvey, and the legendary Debbie Reynolds. And here today to discuss the keys to longevity in the entertainment business and his career is Stephen Sorrentino. Stephen, how are you, bro? Stephen Sorrentino: I'm doing well, Vince. How are you? Vince Ferguson: You look great, man. I'm doing well. Thank you for coming on the show. Stephen Sorrentino: Well, thank you, brother. Vince Ferguson: Yeah, baby. And look at that. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. Vince Ferguson: Now, here at Six Weeks To Fitness, I usually interview fitness and nutrition experts, athletes, some doctors and celebrities, and we talk about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. That has got to be very important to you. Stephen Sorrentino: It absolutely is. I mean, if you want to... Your brain wants to do a lot of stuff, creativity-wise. So you want to do it as long as possible. And if you don't take care of yourself, you get a short run. I don't want to burn bright and short. I want to burn bright for a very long time. Vince Ferguson: Oh, very well said. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: Now, I interviewed Denise Boutte, Jasper Cole, Kim Coles, and they all talk about the importance of health, because they've been in the business a long time like you. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: So how long have you been in the entertainment business? Stephen Sorrentino: I started when I was five years old, when I was a little boy. But I've been making a living at it, like full-time for 46 years now. So I'm lucky. Vince Ferguson: That's a blessing. That's huge. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: But now, you've also celebrated a birthday this week. Stephen Sorrentino: All right, let's not get crazy now. Vince Ferguson: Did my research, baby. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, I turned 61. Yeah. Vince Ferguson: What?! What?! That's beautiful. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: But isn't that wonderful? When you don't have to feel that way, but you feel great. You look great. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: Because age, they tell me, is just a number. Stephen Sorrentino: It's just a number. And especially if you're creative and you want to keep well, you have to always think young. My brain always thinks nine years old, so I could be free, and create, and be funny, and be interesting, at least on stage. So if you think old, you're done, man. So you have to continue to just stay vibrant, eat the right foods, exercise as much as you can, and stay engaged with people. You know? Don't just know what you know, learn every day. That's the most important thing. Vince Ferguson: Learn every day. There's something to learn every day. Stephen Sorrentino: I hope so. And you know what? The people that stop learning, I usually find that they kind of just go down the pike and you don't see them anymore. And the older I get, I don't know if you're the same way, the more I don't know. Because I used to know everything when I was 18, and now at 61, I don't know nothing. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Exactly. The more you know, the more you don't know. Stephen Sorrentino: Uh-huh (affirmative). Vince Ferguson: It's amazing. But now where did it all begin for you, Stephen? Where did you grow up, and what was your childhood like? Stephen Sorrentino: I had a weird childhood, because I was in a third generation show biz family. My grandfather was kind of like a Ricky Ricardo type. He had his own club, and then he would perform after dinner with my mother and my father playing saxophone, my mother was a singer. So I kind of grew up in a box backstage type of a thing. It was a good family life in Long Island, New York. And the weekends, my parents were performing all the time. Sometimes, they'd take me. And then by the time I was like five or six years old, my grandfather would give me the big finger, which meant I needed to come up, and I'd sit on his knee and I'd sing a song with him. Which was frightening for me, but who knew I would make a living at it? Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: And then at 15, the bug hit me, man. You know? I had the PA system set up, and I played guitar, sax, flute, piano, and I just wanted a band. And you know? I got a record deal by the time I was 26, and I was hitting it and I love it. Every day, every part of it, I love it. So that's me. And then I toured around the world. I got to meet all these beautiful people, eat all these great foods, learn about nutrition…. learn about exercise from Chinese people, meditation. You know? It's a beautiful life if you go out there and you look for it, you know? Vince Ferguson: Yes. The more I speak to people like yourself who've been in the business a long time, they talk about meditation. You know? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: And believing yourself, and that's so important. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. You have to listen to yourself. You have to listen to your heart, and what your body's telling you, listen to what your creativity is telling you. That's the only way to channel yourself. You know? So mind and body and spirit is all we have, and we put it all together when we make a living at it, and we touch other people. Stephen Sorrentino: And we educate them sometimes, and they say, "Gee, you're 61, and you're running around like you're 20." I'm like, "I know." Because I keep at it. You know? I'm a vegetarian. Vince Ferguson: Yeah, there you go, nutrition. Stephen Sorrentino: I don't drink booze anymore. I did for a long time. I don't touch any drugs or anything like that. So I'm a natural guy, you know? Vince Ferguson: Wow, that's amazing. Vince Ferguson: Now, you wear so many hats, you know? And again, you're vibrant, you're a comedian, you're a singer-composer, actor, everything. But if you could only choose one hat to wear, what would it be? Stephen Sorrentino: You're going to give me that question? Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: I think the spice of life is all the different things.  I don't think I have been asked that question before. Vince Ferguson: Good! Stephen Sorrentino: I was going to say, I'm going to say actor. Vince Ferguson: Really? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, because I think you get to be in as many people as you want to be, and you get to channel all the other personalities that are in you and then bring them out. It's almost like Halloween every day. So you get to wear any mask you want. You pull it out, you play the character, and you put it away. Stephen Sorrentino: But I'm like that with all my stuff, with my comedy, with my composition. Even when I put it to show, the way I design lights and stuff, I just I'll take different ideas, the way I do with nutrition and the way I eat, take everybody else's ideas, and bring them, and make my own. You know? Vince Ferguson: Yes, yes. Stephen Sorrentino: Is that a long answer or what? Vince Ferguson: No, but it makes a lot of sense. It makes a lot of sense. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: Now, to be the person you are today, obviously you had to go through, you learned a lot, you met a lot of people. Who were the most impactful in your life? Who made you who you are today, Stephen? Stephen Sorrentino: Oh, gee, you know what? I'm going to bring it all the way down to my sixth grade teacher. I know it sounds unexceptional. I could say Debbie Reynolds or something like that, or Patti LaBelle. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: But there was a person when I was in sixth grade that was a hippie back in the day. He had long hair and a beard, and that was very unlike the school district. And this guy just said, the first day, he goes, "You guys want to do a class, or you want to go outside because it's beautiful and just talk?" And he cared, and he listened to us. And from that moment, it was like a class of... It was like a camp. It almost like a hippie thing. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: It felt so good that somebody cared, and we all got to know each other. It wasn't a lesson. It was a lesson in life. It wasn't a book lesson. And I'll never forget him, so he touched my life. Stephen Sorrentino: And I'm going to say Patti. Not to be stupid, but Debbie Reynolds also. I learned so much from being positive about everything. Even when negative stuff was happening, say it in a positive way. "I don't want to do that." You know? With a smile. So you know? So I think being positive, and gleaning something from the people that you meet, especially on stage. Like George Carlin, hanging out with George Carlin and talking to him. Vince Ferguson: George Carlin? Stephen Sorrentino: Jerry Lewis. I mean, these are people that affected me as a kid, and then seeing what they're like in real life. So another person, Leslie Jordan. I don't know if you know the actor, he was on Will and Grace, he's little gay dude. Vince Ferguson: Oh. Stephen Sorrentino: I read his book, and I stopped drinking. Because I read his book, and it touched me somehow. And I called him, we had a mutual friend. I said, "How's that non-drinking thing?" Because I used to like my wine and it was affecting me at one point. And I said, "How's the non-drinking thing happen?" He goes, "Well, I won an Emmy." I said, "Well, I want an Emmy." He goes, "Then quit." And he made it so simple. And I went, "Yeah." And so I called him every day for 30 days just to say how I was doing, and I never had another drink. That was like 13 years ago. I never touched the booze again. Vince Ferguson: Really? Stephen Sorrentino: So that those are the people that touch you. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Stephen Sorrentino: And you never forget them. Vince Ferguson: Most definitely. Oh, that's amazing. And you mentioned Patti LaBelle. What was that experience like? Stephen Sorrentino: Oh, my God. I mean, that's the queen. I got called because she was having some problems. As a comedian, she was having some vocal problems. So they said, "Would you come in and do an audition for Patti LaBelle" I'm like, "For who?" And they said, "Patti LaBelle. And I'm like, "Wait, I'm going to sing in front of Patti LaBelle?" You know? Stephen Sorrentino: So I went there. And I got the job, because my comedy is a lot of singing impressions. I do like Sammy Davis and all that stuff, so I sing a lot. Vince Ferguson: Nice! Stephen Sorrentino: And so I'm looking. She walks in, and there's Miss Patti with the entourage. And I'm like, "Oh, my..." And I started getting weird. You know? Because it's Patti LaBelle. And I'm looking at the microphone and I said, "Okay, I can't do this. Because that's Patti LaBelle, I'm going to flip out. I'm going to pass out. I'm going to throw up. Whatever's going to happen." And then I just went through this little process that we all do when we try to take care of ourself. I said, I looked at the stage, and I looked at Patti, Miss Patti. And I took the microphone. I know a microphone. There's a stage. There's a monitor. That's an audience. I'm familiar with all of that. I'm just going to do it. And I went out and I killed. Stephen Sorrentino: And on the way out, I introduced her. She grabbed my shoulder with her beautiful nails, and she goes, "You're with me forever." Vince Ferguson: Really? Stephen Sorrentino: And she said that. Yeah. And that, just got the chills talking about it because I just believed in myself at that moment. I put all the crap aside, and all the negativity that what could happen, and just said, "Yeah, I'm doing this." And I did 69 dates over the years with Miss Patti, so it was just wonderful. Vince Ferguson: How many dates? 69? Stephen Sorrentino: 69 dates, I think. Yeah, probably all together in Las Vegas for many, many times, and then a couple of road dates. I was there for her 60th birthday. Yeah. Yeah, I've been around, man. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. No, yeah, you've been around. But also, you really mixed it up with these people, too, which is great, you know? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Vince Ferguson: And I'm sure they speak highly of you, as well, so that's amazing. Stephen Sorrentino: You know what? If you're smart, you get a lot from people. You don't just try to tell them who you are, but you listen. That's the biggest thing I ever could tell young people, because I mentor young people in the arts and I teach in China, as well. I mean, I'm a little nuts with that. I just tell them to listen. Because if you listen, you're going to hear everybody's story. You put it into your own little mix master, you make it, and then it becomes your story. You know? But listen, if we listen, we hear a lot. You know? Vince Ferguson: I think the problem to a lot of us today is that we don't listen. Right? We want to talk about what we know, who we are instead of listening- Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: ... to what someone else knows- Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: ... that might help us to become better than what we are today. Stephen Sorrentino: You know what? I don't know you very long, but I bet you I got months of stuff to learn from you. You know what I mean? And people don't take the time to listen. Especially when it comes to age, too. People, "Oh, he's old." When people, some young people say, "What song is that? Oh, I wasn't even born when that was written." Well, the world didn't start when you were born. I don't know if you got the memo. Vince Ferguson: Thank you. Thank you. It's so true, man. Vince Ferguson: I want to talk to you briefly about a movie. I just saw this movie, and you're in it, and it's called A Tale of Redemption and Regret. It was hilarious, but tell my viewers about it. Stephen Sorrentino: Well, it's you know? I got this script. I was in Las Vegas, and then COVID happened, so I moved back. I have a farm in the east coast of Virginia, and I just went to the farm just to be safe, and there's not going to be any work. And this young guy sent me script and said, "Look, I saw you perform a long time ago. I want you to do this character." So I'm like, "All right." Stephen Sorrentino: I read the script, and I loved it. It was a mafia guy that was down on his luck. It was like he wasn't going to win it at the end. He's actually kind of a loser. And I had a lot of empathy for him, because he's past his prime. Yeah, the '80s are over, and he's still trying to do the same thing, which is the mistake we all make. You have to roll, and change and evolve. Well, he can't, and I loved it. Stephen Sorrentino: So I called him up and I said, "If I give this guy a real personality ... I'll play the thing." And he did. So I produced the movie, I starred in it, and I also wrote the music for it. And it's just a really great romp of this... It's comedy, but it's dark comedy. Because he's kind of a murderer, but he's funny. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Yeah. You mix it all. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. You can see it on YouTube. It's also just won today... Or last night, I should say we won the London Short Film festival, the London Film Festival, and we won three other ones last week. So this movie is touching on something. I think all of us, as we get older, want to stay relevant. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: And some of us that can't, we fall through the cracks ... and this is touching on it. It's called A Tale of Redemption and Regret with Sunny the Heat. Vince Ferguson: Sunny the Heat? Stephen Sorrentino: It's a fun movie. Vince Ferguson: It really is. Stephen Sorrentino: I'm Sunny the Heat. Vince Ferguson: Yes. It really, it really, truly is, man. Stephen Sorrentino: Thanks. Vince Ferguson: And you say co-produced it. Now, also in the theme was about, as you said, getting older. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: And does Stephen Sorrentino worry about getting older? Stephen Sorrentino: Of course. You know? You want to stay relevant. And like last night, I'm on stage, and I'm playing the piano, and the recorder's rocking. You know? We're doing shows here in Las Vegas. And I said to myself, "Do I want to stand on the piano bench and jump off?" Well, at 30, that was easy. But at 61, I'll blow a hip. You know? Vince Ferguson: Yeah Stephen Sorrentino: I did it, because I did my running yesterday and I feel good. But what happens if? So you stuck getting that self-doubt thing, and you try to talk yourself out of it if you stay in shape. Vince Ferguson: Wow, exactly. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: Exactly. That's why being healthy is so important, right? So- Stephen Sorrentino: It's all you got, man. Vince Ferguson: I know. But do you think acting today is more of a young man's game, or does it make a difference? Stephen Sorrentino: No, I think acting, I think it... Well, the thing is, here's the way I look at it. At 22, there's 9,000 other guys that want the job and that could do it, because they're good looking and they want it badly. At 45 there's 500 guys because they want it pretty much. But at 60, there's only four guys. I'm going to get the part. You know? Vince Ferguson: Great way of looking at it. Less competition, you're saying, huh? Stephen Sorrentino: That's right. Yeah. Well, the thing is I'm a character actor, so I'm not going to be the leading man anymore. That ship sailed in the '70s, so... Or the '80s. So for me, I love to play older. I mean, to get into an old character, to play someone maybe from Ireland, then you really can get yourself all crazy. You know? It's great. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: You know? As long as I can pop out of it and run around the room a little bit, you know? Vince Ferguson: Yeah, yeah. Exactly, exactly. Very, very funny, man. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: But now, what advice would you give a young actor? Because you said you mentor actors, right? Young actors. Stephen Sorrentino: I do, yeah. Vince Ferguson: What advice do you give them if they want to get into the business? Stephen Sorrentino: Well, this movie is playing at all the film festivals worldwide, so I'm getting a multitude of people reaching out to me saying, "Help me." So I can't help everybody. But the first thing I said is, "Do you want to be an actor, or do you want to famous?" And if the answer is, "I want to be a star, I want to be famous," then I can't help you. But if you want to learn the craft and get famous because you're awesome, I can help you with that. You know what I mean? Stephen Sorrentino: So learn the craft. Don't just want to be... Anybody can be famous taking a picture of their hinny on Instagram and putting it out, and everybody looks at it. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: But to have a career like me for 46 years of getting paid, having homes around America, touring the world, that's really seeing the world on other people's dime because of the business, that's a real gift, man. So you have to put your work in. You know? As a musician, as an artist, as a comedian, as whatever it is that you do, put it all in. And this may sound weird to you. I don't have it B plan, I never did. I don't have a backup plan. Because if I have a backup plan, then I'm telling the universe or whatever I believe in that it may not work out. So my thing has always been A plan, and it always worked out. Vince Ferguson: And do you recommend that for most people? Stephen Sorrentino: I do. I have to. when you say I have a B, I'm going to have something to fall back on, you already fell back. Because you just said that you don't believe that it's going to work out for you. So I don't have a plumber thing, or a... You know? I did jobs when I was a kid. But I'm going to be an actor, comedian, composer until the minute I die. Vince Ferguson: Wow. Stephen Sorrentino: And that's the way it's going to be. Because I said so. You know what I mean? It sounds arrogant, but it's like the world, the universe is a restaurant. You got to tell the waiter what you want. Tell them exactly what you want. But you also have, you have the patience to wait for it and do the work. You know? Tell them what you want, like working on your body, working on your nutrition, be prepared, and then it will come to you. It's guaranteed. But if you say, "Eh, it's not coming. I'm going somewhere else," then you're not there for the food. And they show up with the hamburger for you, and you're not there to eat it. So stick with it, know your stuff, take care of yourself, and it'll come to you. That's what I tell my young people. Vince Ferguson: That sounds great, man. That's great advice. But now, what are the keys, in your opinion, to longevity in the entertainment business. I say entertainment business, because you're more than just an actor. Okay? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: So what's the keys to longevity? Stephen Sorrentino: Evolve. Learn that- Vince Ferguson: Evolve. Stephen Sorrentino: You know? Your body, when you're 21, you could do certain weights. You could do certain fitness. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: But when you're 55, you're not going to do the same exercises. It's the same with the arts. You have to evolve. At 21, I looked young and handsome ... I had tight jeans on, long hair. You can't play that guy when you're 40. So you have to change, and evolve, and roll with the punches, and roll with what life brings you. I embrace the fact that I'm not 21. I'm glad, because now I'm playing this guy, the older mafia died. I'll be doing a play this summer in New York City. I forget the name of it right now because it's early here. It Could Be Worse, it's called. And I'm playing an Italian guy, and his daughter comes, and she's got a girlfriend and this whole... But it's two hours of non-stop, like manic energy. And I'll be able to do it because that guy, I took care of myself. So maybe he didn't take care of himself for the story. But for me to play him, I have to have taken care of myself. No drinking, no meat for me, no booze. You know? No anything. Just rest, exercise. Vince Ferguson: So those are the keys. Evolving, not drinking, not abusing your body, proper nutrition. Okay. When did you become a vegetarian? Stephen Sorrentino: Oh, my God, about 10 years ago. I'm an animal rights activist, and I didn't like meat as it was, the concept of it. And when I stopped eating red meat and pork, I felt better. And then I just said, "You know what? One day a week, I'm going to eat no meat at all." And eventually, it just went away. I just felt better and better. So I take protein shakes sometimes, and I have a lot of nuts. And I know that nutrition-wise, a lot of fruits. Yeah, you know? I try to eat right, man. Vince Ferguson: Yeah, man. Stephen Sorrentino: You're the vehicle? You know? You have to... Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: We want our car to go somewhere. So our brain is the map, and our body is the car, and if you don't put new tires on and take care of the oil and gas, it won't go anywhere. Vince Ferguson: It just doesn't work right. Exactly. Exactly. Stephen Sorrentino: You know? Vince Ferguson: That's good wisdom. What about exercise now? What exercises do you do on a regular basis that keep you going? Stephen Sorrentino: Well, jumping around on stage every night helps because you're sweating it out all the time. Vince Ferguson: Sure. Stephen Sorrentino: But I run three miles a day, three to six miles a day. A slow run, because I'm older, so my hips are not what it used to be. I do pushups every day, and if I can get to the gym twice a week and just do a whole, like a universal circuit, I'm good. Vince Ferguson: Nice. Stephen Sorrentino: I sweat it out. Got to sweat every day. Vince Ferguson: Nice. That's good to hear that. Stephen Sorrentino: Definitely Vince Ferguson: And also, good advice for other people to know that you have to move your body, right? Stephen Sorrentino: Have to. Yeah, as you get older, too- Vince Ferguson: Yes. Stephen Sorrentino: ... if you stop using it, you will lose it. Vince Ferguson: Exactly. I agree. Vince Ferguson: I don't lift as much now. I just want to be healthy. To me, it's about being fit. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, but you look... Exactly. And you look good, so hello. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: That's the game. Vince Ferguson: And you want to be around long time, right? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. I want to play an 80-year old in a play someday, and I'll be 80. That's cool. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. But you won't look 80. Stephen Sorrentino: No, I will look 70. Vince Ferguson: It's all good, it's all good. Vince Ferguson: I read a personal quote of yours, and it said- Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: It said, "I'm not afraid of dying. I'm afraid of living with no purpose." That was awesome. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: Explain that to my listeners and viewers. Stephen Sorrentino: You know? I said that as a mentor thing to a Chinese medical student, that he posted that somewhere. It became like this thing. I'm not afraid of dying. I mean, for me, living is the whole thing. Dying, I don't believe anything negative about it ... I think it's a positive thing. You just move into the next thing. I just don't want to be on this planet and not touch another person, not change another person's life, or leave a legacy. Even if it's just a song, or a performance that somebody said, "Gee, you really touched my heart." Or a song that somebody used for their wedding because it meant something. So we have a short time here relatively in this world, and I think our job is not to make money, and to buy stuff, and boast. But it's to touch as many people positively as possible and change their lives. That's it. I don't want to live without purpose. That's my purpose. Vince Ferguson: That is so well put, you know? Stephen Sorrentino: I didn't mean to be so profound. But it came out good, and when he posted it everywhere, I'm like, "Oh." Vince Ferguson: Yeah, man, it's like, "This guy's got a lot of wisdom to share. You know? He's really deep." Stephen Sorrentino: I'm the Dalai Lama. Vince Ferguson: Right. Exactly, exactly. Which is cool. Because someone needs to hear that, man. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, that's cool. That's my life. I mean, when people reach out to me, I do the best I can. There a lot of people that... I was in a film festival in India recently, and all these Indian actors, young dude actors wanted to talk to me, and I'm getting like 13, 14 requests every day, "Hey, can I speak to you?" And I do the best I can. But at one point, I'm like, "I can't." You know? "Take a number," so to speak. So I want to give positive energy to anybody I can. You know? Someday, on a world platform, if I can. You know? Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: But we'll see. Vince Ferguson: That's awesome. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, man. I mean, isn't that our job? Vince Ferguson: I think so. To give back and to help those who are around us. I believe that. Stephen Sorrentino: Isn't that what you're doing? Yeah, but look what you're doing. You are. Vince Ferguson: I believe, yes. And it feels good to do it, to share information. You bring on people like yourself who can also share uplifting and positive information, man. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: You know? It's a beautiful thing. Vince Ferguson: But now, I also know that you are in a film that's coming out the end of the year. It was directed by Victoria Rowell? Stephen Sorrentino: Yes! Vince Ferguson: ... of Young and Restless? Stephen Sorrentino: Yes! Young and Restless. Victoria's a like rockstar, you know? Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: First of all, I was excited because I'm the only white dude in the movie, which is freaking awesome. Vince Ferguson: Really? Oh, wow. A token. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, I'm the token white dude, which is fine with me. Equal time, finally. And she's a great director. Actually, Denise Bute is in it, also as well. Vince Ferguson: Denise is in it? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Blair Underwood, Bill Bellamy, and it's called- Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: ... A Rich Christmas. And I play a small part, but I play an English butler. Very, very different, you know? I've got my glasses like this. You know? One of those guys. And I had played Annie, I played Drake in Annie, which is a butler, with Sally Struthers- Vince Ferguson: Yes! Stephen Sorrentino: ... the year before. And Victoria saw a video of mine, and she goes, "You're hired." And it was so cool. So it's called A Rich Christmas. You know? It's a Christmastime movie on BET- Vince Ferguson: Yes. Stephen Sorrentino: ... and look for me. Yeah. And Victoria's again, you walk in the room, her positive energy fills the room- Stephen Sorrentino: ... and you just get taken over by her. Yes, strong, strong woman director, so unique. And great that we're starting to see more women, more people of color directing. It's wonderful. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Wonderful. Stephen Sorrentino: I'm inspired. Vince Ferguson: Where do you see yourself, Stephen Sorrentino? You've done so much, but where do you see yourself in next five years? Stephen Sorrentino: I'd like to have a regular show, like on a Netflix type of platform. Maybe the Sunny the Heat thing. I don't know. On whatever platform. Vince Ferguson: That's awesome! Stephen Sorrentino: And just have a steady job on television. And then on my off months, I'd love to tour a little bit to do my comedy, and then have enough time to mentor and teach young people. That's it. Vince Ferguson: That's it? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: That's a lot, man. That's a lot. Stephen Sorrentino: That's okay. I got a lot. You know? Like I said, I got a lot of energy, so... Vince Ferguson: So how do you rest though? How do you take it down? Stephen Sorrentino: I shut off. So it's no people. Because anytime I'm around people, I kind of somewhat perform. I don't know. I can't really shut down. So what I do is I close everybody off, I go away, and I just rest. I just I do nothing. I try that. A little meditation. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. Stephen Sorrentino: And can I be honest with you? When I'm back in Virginia on my ranch, I mow the lawn. Vince Ferguson: You mow the lawn? Stephen Sorrentino: For eight hours. It's 13 acres of mowing- Vince Ferguson: Oh! Stephen Sorrentino: Because it's a 50 acre estate. Vince Ferguson: Whoa! Stephen Sorrentino: So I mow Vince Ferguson: Whoa, really? Really? Stephen Sorrentino: It's I can't. It sounds stupid, but it's very zen, man. Vince Ferguson: Very zen, unbelievable. Stephen Sorrentino: Zen mowing. I don't know what to tell you, but that helps to slow me down. Vince Ferguson: Because you're such an outgoing person, and I would imagine that you're always around people. But for you, get away from people. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah, I have to shut completely off. And I think, and somebody pointed this out, a psychologist friend of mine said, "You're not an extrovert. You're an extrovert for a living, but you're actually an introvert." And I think he's right. So I do this Mr. Personality thing. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Stephen Sorrentino: But my real person is a very quiet, inside thing. So it's kind of strange. Vince Ferguson: It is kind of strange, man. But how can my listeners and viewers find out more about Stephen Sorrentino? Stephen Sorrentino: You can go to Stephensorrentino.com. It's Stephen with a P-H. You can go to my Instagram, follow. There's a lot of awards being posted on that, which is New York actor or Stephen.Sorrentino. Or on Twitter, I'm Sorrentino. Easy. Vince Ferguson: Amazing. Definitely easy. Vince Ferguson: But one more thing about Tales of Redemption, right? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: It was only 14 minutes. It was a very short movie. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Yeah, it's a short movie. We wanted to make an impact and show everybody what we could do. And now we're developing it as a series. Like I said, I want that series. So we've got 13 episodes written, and then we're going to start pitching it all over the world to whoever will look at it, and whoever will give us the most platforms that we can see it. And you people can watch Sunny, because he's a very interesting character. Vince Ferguson: Most definitely. I wanted more, man. I wanted more. How it ended, I wanted more Sunny the Heat. Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. A lot of people say, at the festivals that I went to in New York, they came up to me and said, "We want more of Sunny." And I'm like, "That's great." Vince Ferguson: Thank you. Thank you, man. Stephen Sorrentino: You know? No, thank you. Vince Ferguson: You can identify with Sunny, man. You know? Stephen Sorrentino: Yeah. Vince Ferguson: You really could. Vince Ferguson: Well, look, Stephen Sorrentino, on behalf of Body Sculpt of New York, that's my non-profit fitness program for kids, and Six Weeks to Fitness, I truly want to thank you for coming on my show today. Stephen Sorrentino: It's my pleasure. This has been a blessing. Thank you so much. Vince Ferguson: And to my listeners and viewers, I truly hope this program was informative, encouraging, and inspiring, and that you will continue listening in and watching our Six Weeks to Fitness program. If you have any questions or comments for the show, please leave them below. And don't forget to subscribe, so you don't miss any future episodes. And remember, you don't stop exercising because you are getting old. You're getting old because you stopped exercising.  www.6weekstofitness.com  

Outside the Walls
Joe Heschmeyer: Knowing a Person v. Knowing a Personality

Outside the Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 56:00


Joe Heschmeyer joins me as we unpack a question posed by Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa to the US Bishops, a follow-up question by one of those Bishops to the attendees of the Catholic Answers conference, and a follow-up question we have based on the previous two. All three questions stem from the distinction between knowing a Person and knowing a Personality.

Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Part 1) (2018 Rerun)

Psychology In Seattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 28:33


[Rerun] Dr. Kirk does a deep dive on narcissism. (Intro)You can access the full episode by becoming a patron of the podcast.Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattleEmail: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contactGet merch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattleDr. Kirk's Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/kirkhondaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychologyinseattle/Discord: https://discord.gg/6QR4sE8x9KReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/PsychologyInSeattle/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PsychInSeattleFacebook Official Page: https://www.facebook.com/PsychologyInSeattle/Facebook Fan Page (run by fans): https://www.facebook.com/groups/112633189213033The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®Trigger Warning: This episode may include topics such as assault, trauma, and discrimination. If necessary, listeners are encouraged to refrain from listening and care for their safety and well-being.Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see www.psychologyinseattle.com

System Speak: Dissociative Identity Disorder ( Multiple Personality Disorder )

This month in our NerdTown Topics Meetup, our colleague, Bill Woodburn, MEd, LPC-S, LMFT-S, shared about using stories in therapy.Trigger Warning:  Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general.  Content descriptors are generally given in each episode.  Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this website and during your listening experience.  Natural pauses due to dissociation have not been edited out of the podcast, and have been left for authenticity.  While some professional material may be referenced for educational purposes, Emma and her system are not your therapist nor offering professional advice.  Any informational material shared or referenced is simply part of our own learning process, and not guaranteed to be the latest research or best method for you.  Please contact your therapist or nearest emergency room in case of any emergency.  This website does not provide any medical, mental health, or social support services.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Guru Viking Podcast
Ep116: Greg Kaminsky - Occult of Personality

Guru Viking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 83:32


In this interview I am joined by Greg Kaminsky, host of the Occult of Personality podcast and author of ‘Pronaos: Reflections on the Preliminary Practices of Buddhist Tantra'. In this episode, Greg details over twenty years of extensive occult studies, including his daily magickal practice regime, and reveals why an encounter with American born spiritual teacher Traktung Khepa Rinpoche, saw him leave the path of Western esotericism in favour of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Greg shares just why Traktung Rinpoche impressed him so much, and contrasts the view of magic and entity binding in the occult and Buddhist traditions. Greg also discusses his new book on ngondro, so-called preliminary practices involving hundreds of thousands of repetitions of special prayers and prostrations, and recounts the profound spiritual transformations that occurred when he himself took up this practice. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/ep116-greg-kaminsky-occult-of-personality/ Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics include: 00:00 - Intro 00:59 - Greg's book on ngondro 04:04 - Upbringing and early mystical experiences 06:36 - Exploring Western Esotericism, Freemasonry, & Tarot 09:01 - Transformative kundalini experience on salvia divinorum 11:48 - Greg's daily magickal practice regime and its results 16:41 - Siddhis and working with angelic entities 19:51- Binding spirits in tantra vs occultism 21:58 - Meeting Traktung Khepa Rinpoche 24:55 - Who is Traktung Khepa Rinpoche? 26:55 - Assessing the teacher 32:45 - An inability to follow instruction 33:49 - Teaching in casual situations 36:52 - Does Traktung Rinpoche have any teachers? 38:09 - Unseen teachers 41:23 - Is Traktung Rinpoche's biography known? 43:13 - Is Traktung Rinpoche connected with the wider Tibetan Buddhist community? 46:22 - What is ngondro practice? 52:24 - Intensity of practice a key ingredient for transformation 56:27 - Physical injury as spiritual purification 01:02:01 - Sarno back pain and learning by experience 01:03:56 - Managing lyme disease 01:07:10 - Changes to Greg's life after ngondro 01:09:35 - Greg's daily practice 01:13:04 - Working for his guru and upcoming publishing projects 01:14:20 - The Grail legends and the spiritual path 01:20:27 - The place of failure … To find our more about Greg, visit: - https://harvard-ext.academia.edu/GregKaminsky - http://occultofpersonality.net/ … For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals
ANALYSIS: John McAfee | Con Artist, Dangerous Criminal, or Both?

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 15:41


True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Big Ideas Rural
How your enneagram can help you in business

Big Ideas Rural

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 17:49


In today's episode, Tori is talking about personality types and enneagrams and how they can actually support you in business! It is so essential in business to know your personality type and enneagram and how it can give you transparency into yourself.

Scott Herrold's SOS Radio Podcast
Matthew Stephen Brown - Understand Your Personality If You Want To Be The Best Version Of Your Self

Scott Herrold's SOS Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 21:44


If we want to heal the division in our world, we have to understand we actually have different personalities. Matthew Stephen Brown is an author & lead pastor with Sandals Church in Southern... Scott Herrold is known for his interviews. He does a daily radio show on SOS Radio. This postcast is conversations about worldview, faith and culture with famous personalities.

Typology
Amy Porterfield on the Gifts of Self-Awareness [S05-010]

Typology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 43:26


We've got another great guest for you today.  Amy Porterfield, host of the top-ranked podcast, Online Marketing Made Easy, joins me for an insightful conversation about using the Enneagram to illuminate certain aspects of her personality, the benefits of using the Enneagram in the workplace, and how understanding your blindspots fosters empathy and compassion for others.  In this episode, we also cover:  The subtypes of an Enneagram Two,  The gifts of self-awareness, and How she performs under stress Amy is known for teaching business owners, educators, and entrepreneurs the profitable strategies and action steps for building a highly engaged email list, creating online training courses, and using online marketing strategies to sell with ease. Learn more about Amy by visiting https://www.amyporterfield.com or following her on Instagram. 

The Psychology Podcast
Annie Murphy Paul || The Extended Mind

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 48:43


Today it's great to have Annie Murphy Paul on the podcast. Annie writes about how the findings of cognitive science and psychology could help us to think and act more intelligently. Annie contributes to the New York Times Magazine and the New York Times Book Review, Slate, and O, The Oprah Magazine, among many other publications. She's also the author of a number of books including The Cult of Personality, Origins, and most recently, The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain. In this episode, I talk to Annie about the research and concepts in her new book The Extended Mind. We debunk the notion that intelligence is only in the brain by discussing how our bodies, spaces, and relationships all contribute to thought processes. Finally, we also touch on how to build knowledge and expertise through productive cognitive loops, cognitive unloading, and imitation.  Topics 01:05 Thinking outside the brain 03:54 Individual differences in interception 09:51 Annie's definition of intelligence 13:30 Cognitive loops enhance intelligence 15:31 Is the mind always extended? 17:10 The brain's dynamic role in thinking 21:14 COVID-19 has turned us into “brains in front of screens” 24:57 Information overload 28:11 Using intuition to think rationally 30:22 Expertise is not brain bound 31:37 The best relationship hack: eat spicy food together 33:50 The research behind The Extended Mind 38:32 Cognitive unloading 40:51 Mastery through imitation 43:00 Scott's theories about shared expertise 45:39 Reminiscing about Annie's first episode on The Psychology Podcast 46:22 Embracing the extended heartSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-psychology-podcast/support

The Psychology Podcast
Annie Murphy Paul || The Extended Mind

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 49:27


Today it's great to have Annie Murphy Paul on the podcast. Annie writes about how the findings of cognitive science and psychology could help us to think and act more intelligently. Annie contributes to the New York Times Magazine and the New York Times Book Review, Slate, and O, The Oprah Magazine, among many other publications. She's also the author of a number of books including The Cult of Personality, Origins, and most recently, The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain. In this episode, I talk to Annie about the research and concepts in her new book The Extended Mind. We debunk the notion that intelligence is only in the brain by discussing how our bodies, spaces, and relationships all contribute to thought processes. Finally, we also touch on how to build knowledge and expertise through productive cognitive loops, cognitive unloading, and imitation. Topics 01:05 Thinking outside the brain 03:54 Individual differences in interoception 09:51 Annie's definition of intelligence 13:30 Cognitive loops enhance intelligence 15:31 Is the mind always extended? 17:10 The brain's dynamic role in thinking 21:14 COVID-19 has turned us into “brains in front of screens” 24:57 Information overload 28:11 Using intuition to think rationally 30:22 Expertise is not brain bound 31:37 The best relationship hack: eat spicy food together 33:50 The research behind The Extended Mind 38:32 Cognitive unloading 40:51 Mastery through imitation 43:00 Scott's theories about shared expertise 45:39 Reminiscing about Annie's first episode on The Psychology Podcast 46:22 Embracing the extended heart --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-psychology-podcast/support

Insider Interviews
Katie Kempner’s Primer on PR and Personality

Insider Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 30:59


Katie Kempner may have appeared in the cult-classic films Scam and Class of Nuke 'Em High, but she's much better known for her corporate communications credentials. In Epi 38, she switches roles from interviewing others, or landing her clients interviews as a PR phenom, and sits instead in my guest seat. Kempner and I took a few fun minutes at the top to discuss our mutually limited—yet memorable—acting experiences (see bonus image, below), but then dove in to how taking a risk paid her career-making dividends, and her tangible takeaways about earned and owned media today.  Stumbling into her Niche When her prospects as an MTV VJ or starlet seemed slim Kempner took a job at a staffing company to avoid having to return to her parents' home after college. An opening at one of their client's shops, the then still nascent advertising agency CP+B, changed her career path forever; Kempner talked her way into a role working with their new business division! Kempner stayed with the award-winning agency for almost 20 years, and its acquiring company, MDC, from its roots as a small Miami office to regional powerhouse to a global super machine. But... She always dreamed of starting her own firm. Solid relationships with her employer allowed her to launch Kempner Communications and keep CP+B as her first, and biggest, client. How she lives the "reinventionist" philosophy of one of her current clients and my previous guest, Joe Jackman! (Check out Epi 37 if you missed it.) I am the product of hard work and being in the right place at the right time. Media Evolution Kempner has witnessed the rise in popularity of owned media, and she discusses why she still leans more toward earned media, but... Always one to embrace future concepts, Kempner also discusses the benefits of client-created media and how it can help reach an intended audience. Speaking of audiences, we discussed the shifting audience perspectives as the media world functions with fewer high-profile journalists with readership at scale, and more outlets to tell stories. Listen for Kempner's recommendations on balancing quantity and quality in earned media. In one way, the proliferation of media is fantastic because there are more places to go. Kempners Tips for Getting Started in Today's PR World Be a strong communicator Be careful with your words and a scrupulous editor Knowing why you're crafting a message can help determine where to place it. Knowing what your clients are trying to say helps to determine to whom they're talking. And personally? Just as she asks of the guests she interviews on Perspectives, Kempner's answer to what advice she'd offer: “You should speak kindly to yourself...and I don't mean live in some kind of la-la land where you're not being realistic, but be good to yourself and be your own best friend.” Connect with Katie Kempner: Online: Kempner Communications On LinkedIn and Twitter Via her podcast, Perspectives with Katie Kempner Connect with E.B. Moss and Insider Interviews at Moss Appeal and on:  Twitter: @mossappeal @insiderintervws Instagram: @mossappeal @insiderinterviews Facebook: InsiderInterviews Podcast If you found this helpful, or liked any of my Insider Interviews episodes, please add a review anywhere you listen to podcasts, share this episode, and you can even add to my tip jar to “buy me a coffee!”  If I can help you connect your podcast/tv/content dots—or, just want help getting started with a podcast or content marketing strategy, please reach out to me at podcasts@mossappeal.com. Bonus Image:  

POSITIVELY JOY
Destructive thinking can block our relationship with God

POSITIVELY JOY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 36:10


Season 3, Episode 23: The Ego. The id. Personality, Psychology. When I first talked to Christian de la Huerta, I wondered if his secular message of personal transformation would fit with the mission of this podcast. He told me, “our language might different,” but that he believed in the authentic message of Christ. After our interview, I realized that many of us can have a different way of talking about what gets in the way of our ability to get closer to God. I think you might find his ideas of the power of the soul stimulating and relevant, and I'd love to know your thoughts on this episode. 

Mama Says Namaste Podcast
Recipe for a Light-hearted Relationship (Pt 1): Relationship Triggers

Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 40:16


What lightens your heart vs. hardening it? Have you looked at what relationship triggers may be setting you off into reaction mode, or not bringing out your best self at home?  Even beyond the house - we have different triggers that will impact how we respond and react in life, and this week we dig into the element of these triggers as our first step in a new series: Recipe for a Light-Hearted Relationship.  Pay attention to where you're triggered, and see what tools may help you flip the script from negativity to ownership and positivity. 

PCOS Diva Podcast
165- The Revealing Connection Between PCOS and the Highly Sensitive Personality

PCOS Diva Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 53:04


I invited Courtney Marchesani to join me on this podcast to talk more about the highly sensitive person and to explore how it relates to PCOS. Courtney specializes in the often-hidden mental health and emotional struggles of Highly Sensitive People (HSP). HSP's were first written about by Dr. Elaine Aron in her book The Highly Sensitive Person. Often overwhelmed by the intensity and stimulation from the world, HSP's make up roughly 15 to 20% of the population. She won the Hay House 2017 Writer's Workshop Book Contest with her proposal Four Gifts of the Highly Sensitive which identifies four specific archetypes of the highly sensitive person. Listen in (or read the transcript below) as we discuss: - Definition & characteristics of the Highly Sensitive Person - How PCOS, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, gastrointestinal disorders, and fascia tension present in the HSP - How inflammation, which is one of the root factors of PCOS, is actually adding to the sensitivity - Tips and tricks to thrive as an HSP - The gifts of being sensitive

Cocktails & Kimchi
Cube Personality Quiz

Cocktails & Kimchi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 68:39


Everyone got their shots and got our schedules aligned to do our first live recording since the pandemic started! For today's episode, we decided to do the Cube Personality Quiz.  It's basically a thought experiment that's meant to reveal things about your personality that you weren't aware of. Laney Darling and Banchan John take a crack at it to see what they learn about themselves and each other. Whether you want to just listen in or play along, this is a fun one to tune into!

True Crime Psychology and Personality: Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Minds of Dangerous Criminals

True Crime Personality and Psychology True Crime Psychology and Personality with Dr. Todd Grande is a podcast that profiles criminal personalities, discusses personality disorders, and examines real life events from a scientifically informed perspective.   Links for Dr. Grande Dr. Grande on YouTube Dr. Grande on Instagram Dr. Grande on Twitter   Want more mental health content?Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks  Healthy // Toxic Cluster B: A Look At Narcissism, Antisocial, Borderline, and Histrionic Disorders Here, Now, Together with Rou Reynolds Produced by Ars Longa Media Learn more about us and this podcast at arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4OURPLAY - A Swinger Podcast
Episode 26 - Personality Attraction, Single Males, and Love Languages (Q&A #5)

4OURPLAY - A Swinger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:18


Mentioned in this episode:Jase's song of the week: Donda by Kanye West and Certified Lover Boy by DrakeBella's movie of the week: 5 Feet ApartBella's obsession of the week: Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins Where else to find us:Website: http://4OURPLAY.com/4OURPLAY The Game: http://4ourplay.com/gamesIntro To Swinging/The Lifestyle Course: http://4ourplay.com/learnShop our swingers merch : http://4ourplay.com/shop?category=Swinger+LifestyleE-mail: 4ourplaypodcast@gmail.comAsk us a question: http://4ourplay.com/askJoin Our Discord Server!: 4OURPLAY Swinging CommunityFollow Bella on Snapchat!: @HeyBellaLunaJoin Our Facebook Group!: 4OURPLAY CommunityTwitter: http://twitter.com/4ourplaypodcastInstagram: http://instagram.com/4ourplaypodcasTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@4ourplayBella's Instagram: http://instagram.com/heybellalunaJase's Instagram: http://instagram.com/heyjasebBella's VIP OnlyFans: http://onlyfans.com/bellalunavipBella's Free OnlyFans: http://onlyfans.com/bellalunafreeSign up for OnlyFans!Get SDC Full Membership for 30 days FREEGet Kasidie Full Membership for 30 days FREEBang Bang Pineapple Gang PodcastFront Porch Swingers PodcastWanderlust Swingers Podcast*Some links may contain affiliate links!

The Indigo Podcast
How Not to be Tricked

The Indigo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 79:25


No one likes to be tricked. But it still happens sometimes, and some of us have friends who are tricked all the time. What's lacking here is a better way to make decisions and not get tricked. In this episode, we discuss:   - The disinformation and misinformation landscape  - Common practices that trick people - Implications for people, leaders and organizations Links and Other Information The “dirty dozen” -- article from NPR on the 12 people behind most vaccine hoaxes Idea of “pre-bunking” as discussed by the BBC The Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab: website  Drummond, C., & Fischhoff, B. (2017). Development and validation of the scientific reasoning scale. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 30(1), 26-38. Click here Anderson, C. A., Lepper, M. R., & Ross, L. (1980). Perseverance of social theories: The role of explanation in the persistence of discredited information. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 39(6), 1037. Click here Controlling the spread of misinformation: article from APA Monitor One basic way to think about risk All episodes of The Indigo Podcast Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

The Psychology of Copywriting
054: Inception Series | The Overconfidence Effect

The Psychology of Copywriting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 22:31


Today's study investigates how overconfidence impacts our perception. Researchers conduct five different experiments among undergraduate students to examine the relationship between confidence and accuracy. The findings reveal that we often overestimate our ability to make predictions and that there is no relationship between confidence and accuracy. Listen in to learn how we can write to our avatars when they are overconfident and when they are accurate.   What To Look For In This Episode: How to write to an overconfident avatar. Why it's important to write to two avatars: the overconfident, and the more accurate avatar. Why you should be confident, but stay realistic.    Journal Article: The overconfidence effect in social prediction. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/20808447_The_Overconfidence_Effect_in_Social_Prediction   Dunning, D., Griffin, D. W., Milojkovic, J. D., & Ross, L. (1990). The overconfidence effect in social prediction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 58(4), 568–581. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-3514.58.4.568 Resources:   Sign-up for the Inception Training Webinar and download the Inception series Resources (FREE) – geoffkullman.com/inception     Got a question you want answered on the podcast? Awesome! Go to geoffkullman.com/questions   Connect with Geoff:   Instagram: instagram.com/geoffkullman Twitter: twitter.com/geoffkullman Inquiries: geoffkullman.com    Subscribe To The Podcast Here: Do you have friends, colleagues, or clients who would find The Psychology of Copywriting podcast valuable? Spread the word!

The Overwhelmed Brain
Does your amazing personality intimidate others?

The Overwhelmed Brain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 63:44


Some people have so much self-confidence that they carry themselves in a way that might put certain people off. Those confident in themselves can be kind, respectful, supportive, and caring, yet their personality can still rub people the wrong way. In this episode, I talk about what might be happening. I also go over how the way you make decisions can lead to self-confidence. If you've been working on that in yourself, this episode could be helpful.

Typology
Soundtracks, feat. Jon Acuff and His Solution to Overthinking [S05-009]

Typology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 68:01


New York Times bestselling author Jon Acuff joins me for an in-depth conversation about the power of our thoughts, the harmful effects of overthinking, and the importance of changing our negative, repetitive thoughts into positive soundtracks.  In this episode, Jon: Shares valuable insights into the mind of an Enneagram 7 Identifies the top 3 negative thoughts he's still working on  Lists the top 10 hits for popular broken soundtracks, and  Outlines 3 questions to ask yourself to change your thinking ABOUT JON ACUFF Jon Acuff is the New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including his most recent Wall Street Journal #1 bestseller, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. He's an INC Magazine Top 100 Leadership speaker and has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences and companies around the world including FedEx, Nissan, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Chick-fil-A, Nokia and Comedy Central.  His large and highly engaged social media following includes nearly 300,000 Twitter followers, more than 187,000 Facebook followers, more than 125,000 Instagram followers, and more than 90,000 email subscribers who look to him for his unique blend of humor, honesty, and hope. He lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife and two teenage daughters. His latest book, Soundtracks, was released in April 2021 and is already a bestseller.