This episode is a presentation from the Family Systems Book Study that puts family systems theory in context for the non-anxious leader. Show Notes: Read the Full Transcript on The Non-Anxious Leader website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jack-shitama/message
This is part three of a four-part series. In this episode you'll learn a method to pray that can be helpful every day.S - Silence A - Ask for a grace V - Voice your thoughts and feelings O - Open your heart and mindR - Respond
In the Talmud, it is taught that "everyone has a share in the World To Come except for some, this includes the one who humiliates another in public and one who calls another by a derogatory name." When we are called by our chosen name (or title, or pronouns, or whatever it may be) we are seen for who we really are. When others refuse to call us by this name and we demand it of them, it means we see ourselves for who we are and know that we are worthy of respect and love in all situations.
With Tyran Mowbray This episode is for you, if you feel the need to educate yourself on sex but feel shame and guilt around it. Especially for men, who need to rewire the toxic masculinity and identity around sex education and for women, who need to understand the shame and guilt men have carried with themselves, that needs healing and how we can achieve the global goal of Good Health and Well Being and Gender Equality around sexual education, as a community. Today we speak on this episode about: (4:20) Changing sexual education and the implementation thereof (8:00) The fear of talking about sex (14:00) Putting yourself in comfortable situations (16:00) Yoga training (20:33) Our ability to please (sensitivity of our heart) (25:15) Suppressing and accepting our sexuality and desires (30:00) Porn addiction (38:25) Practical and realistic advice (43:57) There is space for everyone to meet their own desires
Hey guys! Chris and Melissa here, one of our family values is “Smiths are adventurous” and it's something that even our youngest has taken to heart. But it begs the question, what can we as parents do to foster that curiosity to explore the world? In today's episode, we talk with some amazing entrepreneurs and parents, Joey and Berit Coleman. We were so excited to talk with them because they have some great insight into how you can raise your kids to be inquisitive of the world around them. They talk about the pillar of learning within their family and how it has helped not only their children but everyone grows. Join us as we discuss the upsides and downsides of technology, why we prefer real books over electronic ones, and how we've managed to instill a love of reading into our kids. As the saying goes “leaders are readers” and one of the best things you can do is to surround your kids with books. You'll learn about the importance of reading and how libraries are one of the resources you should be taking advantage of. Joey and Berit talk about the benefits traveling has had on their kids and share their best tips and tricks to fly anywhere you want to go. We always say to lead by example, so go out and live a life of adventure, and invite your kids to come along. This episode has inspired us to face our challenges head-on and start experiencing more of the world together. We hope it inspires you as well! For more resources or to connect with us check out the links below! More Of What's Inside: The number one reason kids start reading Feeding the natural desire of being curious Taking advantage of traveling work Approaching school with experiential learning Leaning into your kid's inquisitiveness The gift that libraries bring to our society Staying device-free as long as possible Leading by example with screentime Learning to connect even if you aren't together The upside of technology How traveling helps build curiosity in kids Why you should never be ashamed to fly with kids And much more! Website: familybrand.com Social: Facebook: www.facebook.com/FamilyBrandOfficial Instagram: www.instagram.com/ourfamilybrand YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu-7odB6gkPbyXpUIQLkrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurFamilyBrand Free course: familybrand.com/10steps Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 What we cover today 0:42 - Introducing Joey and Berit Coleman 5:19 - Being entrepreneurial parents 9:51 - Creating a pillar of learning 14:20 - How the Colemans plan a trip 18:29 - Practical tips to foster curiosity 23:56 - Online books vs. real-life books 28:18 - Why our kids aren't asking for phones 34:12 - Helping your family stay connected 38:38 - Creating rituals to strengthen your family 43:29 - Intentionally using the tools you have 48:56 - Tactics to fly easily with kids 53:20 - Inviting our children into our lives 1:00:07 - Putting in the reps 1:02:23 - Closing thoughts
Practical tips for keeping up with your training Staying ahead of the curve with spatial skills, mastering AI and Machine Learning and leveraging the latest ArcGIS products demands a healthy appetite for learning. In this episode, Ta, Simon and Josh share their insider's guide to keeping pace with the latest trends in GIS – from following tech influencers for innovative hacks, to practical courses on product offerings.
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5 practical coaching tips to help you enjoy and adhere to your diet. This is episode 1/2, the second will include tips on sleep, stress, menstrual cycle, alcohol and cardiovascular activity.Adverts in The Bodcast are automated and we aren't responsible for any of the content that you may hear.Don't forget to like, subscribe, rate and review the Bodcast. It helps others find the podcast more easily!
A revisit to a previous episode which reveals one of the most important tools to reach success in health gain by weight loss - one that is often overlooked. To get more information on the new Ready & WILLING! Video Course for health gain by weight loss that will be launched later this month and to sign up to be notified, go HERE.Receive a FREE gift from me for signing up for my newsletter at 4theWilling.com.Find my book, No More Weighting - Thought for the Week at Amazon or BarnesandNoble.Support the show (https://paypal.me/DebbiRobertson)
Jeremy Loenneke has a Ph.D. in exercise physiology, a Master's in nutrition and exercise, and is currently the director of the Kevser Ermin Applied Physiology Laboratory at the University of Mississippi, where he focuses his research on skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise in combination with blood flow restriction (BFR). In this episode, Jeremy explains the science of BFR and the mechanisms by which BFR training can produce hypertrophy using low loads. Here, he reviews anatomy and terminology of muscle structure and discusses the evidence that increasing muscular strength may not be dependent on increasing muscle size. Additionally, Jeremy goes into depth on how one might take advantage of BFR training, including practical applications for athletes and average people, as well as the situations for which BFR training would be most advantageous. We discuss: Jeremy's interest in exercise and weightlifting and his scientific training [3:30]; The microstructure and physiology of muscle [8:00]; Definitions of fast-twitch and slow-twitch muscle fibers [12:45]; Comparison of strength vs. hypertrophy [21:30]; Blood flow restriction training and the origins of the Kaatsu system [28:30]; The details and metrics related to exercise under blood flow restriction [44:45]; Considerations when training with blood flow restriction: loading, pace, rest, and risks [53:00]; Blood flow restriction studies and the relationship between muscle size and muscle strength [1:04:15]; Evidence that increasing muscular strength is not dependent on increasing the size of the muscle [1:16:30]; Practical applications of blood flow restriction training for athletes and average people [1:27:30]; Situations in which blood flow restriction training is most advantageous [1:35:30]; The mechanisms by which blood flow restriction training can produce so much hypertrophy at such low loads [1:39:45]; Applications of “passive” blood flow restriction training [1:47:15]; What experiments would Jeremy do if he had unlimited resources? [1:51:45]; More. Learn more: https://peterattiamd.com/ Show notes page for this episode: https://peterattiamd.com/JeremyLoenneke Subscribe to receive exclusive subscriber-only content: https://peterattiamd.com/subscribe/ Sign up to receive Peter's email newsletter: https://peterattiamd.com/newsletter/ Connect with Peter on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.
Roo Benjamin talks about how he is becoming a writer, how creativity works and how he is choosing his own niche. Roo Benjamin is a writer, friend, teacher, and coach. He is interested in nature, education, creativity, spirituality, ethics, personal growth “If you don't know where you are, where your starting point, you could get horribly lost.” “I believe that it's powerful to live in an integrated life, a whole life” “Let the path reveal your own niche” TimeStamp [07:35] One of the questions was do I write with my birth name or a pen name [09:21] Becoming Roo Benjamin. Committing to publishing. [10:20] Checking inwardly for alignment [12:21] Getting validation from readers [13:50] Draw your future process [14:30] 3 bold steps [16:55] How to figure out your purpose [19:57] Practical steps to take when you pivot [21:50] Becoming a transformative writer [22:50] The litmus test of the type of content to create [23:40] Writing for SEO and having an AI writing tool [25:29] Importance of asking why [26:45] Does it matter how many people you reach or is it a matter of quality? Useful links: Roo Benjamin Medium https://medium.com/@roobenjamin/ RooBenji Twitter https://twitter.com/roobenji Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Genius https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Gabe Nelson, a financial advisor and the host of the Solopreneur Money Podcast. He offers financial planning and investment advice specifically to solopreneurs and self-employed professionals who want to put their finances and investments under control. Gabe also shares some practical tips for Boomers for them to maximize their earnings from their side hustles and a few insights about the importance of investing in a financial planner. Join me in this episode and learn why Gabe is a Kickass Boomer! [00:01 - 03:48] Opening Segment I introduce and welcome Gabe Nelson Gabe talks about his podcast, Solopreneur Money Podcast [03:49 - 14:00] Financial Planning for Boomers How Boomers can plan their finances according to Gabe A practical first step Boomers can take now The 4 benefits of having a financial planner Situations where financial planning is valuable [14:01 - 19:06] Side Hustles for Boomers Here's a recommended password manager from Gabe Gabe gives a few practical tips for Boomers to start a side hustle The question to ask before starting a side hustle [19:07 - 26:28] Closing Segment Gabe tells us how to Boomers can do a financial “check up” by themselves Connect with Gabe! Links below Final announcements Tweetable Quotes: “Your first place to get an understanding of how to master those finances is to understand where you currently are.” - Gabe Nelson “Do the simple things first. Start with your little budget...how much is coming in? How much is going out?” - Gabe Nelson Resource mentioned: Gabe's podcast: Solopreneur Money Podcast Dashlane Email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with Gabe or follow him on LinkedIn. Check out Gabe Nelson Financial, Inc. to learn how solopreneurs and self-employed professional clients can utilize financial planning and investment advisory services. ----- BEE BOLD, NOT OLD. LEAVE A REVIEW and join me on my journey to become and stay a Kickass Boomer! Visit http://kickassboomers.com/ to listen to the previous episodes. Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also connect with me by emailing email@example.com.
2 Peter 1: 5-7 NIV: For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, mutual affection; and to mutual affection, love. Download This Week’s Sermon Notes: https://tinyurl.com/mr22t7p9 For YouVersion Notes visit: […] The post Stand and Wait “Buck Up Buttercup!” | Mind The Gap | Pastor Andrew Cromwell appeared first on Koinonia Church.
Who or what has authority in your life? And how does that influence how you live your life? We're going to break down the greatest commandment and look at how we can live out an agape love with those around us.Join us for service in person or online every Sunday at 9:30 and 11:15 am. If you are a new believer, we would love to send you a few resources. Let us know by clicking here: https://www.vineyardwheeling.com/connectwithus.We would love to hear how God is touching your life through this ministry! Share your story with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org! If you would like to support The Vineyard financially, you can give through the Vineyard app, or online through our website by clicking here https://www.vineyardwheeling.com/give. If you need prayer, let us know http://bit.ly/vineyardprayerteam. For more information about The Vineyard Church, visit vineyardwheeling.com or follow us on our social media platforms below. Instagram: instagram.com/vineyardwheelingFacebook: facebook.com/vineyardwheeling
Acts 3:1-26 Today, we are going to explore the first miracle ever performed in the church that resulted in the healing of a lame man. Does God still heal people today? If so, why doesn't He heal everyone who asks? … Continue reading →
Why might I want to pursue purity and become a mini-Puritan? Just so I can stop at the NO? Nope! One shoots bullets of purity so that one gets to the YES; that is so that you SEE GOD.We are majoring on the PRACTICAL today with 3 bullets:1 Cor 10:13 Am I the only one? Where is God? Is this too much temptation for me? Is this beyond my ability? How can I get out of this? This passage answers all of those questions.Ps 119:9,11 Should I memorize this passage? Am I a young man, old man, young girl, or old woman? Is this enough of a fire to fight a fire with?the PEOPLE of God. Can I ask the real question of anybody in my world: "How's your purity doing?" and expect a real answer? If not, then you are not really in the people of God. You can do better.We SHOOT THESE BULLETS of purity to get to the good stuff: SEEING GOD. May you get started today. Subscribe with CastBox, Pandora, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Apple, or Google Podcasts. There is a 7 minute daily podcast available, every single day, to shoot a bullet of purity. To see the face of God.
This is Episode 136 of The Changed Physician Podcast where the hosts discuss the human side of creating change with Tim Creasey. Tim Creasey is an author, researcher, and change expert who focuses on the people side of change with process, wit, and vigor. Tim's work forms the foundation of the world's largest body of knowledge on change management. His role as Chief Innovation Officer at Prosci gives him unparalleled insight into change management challenges, trends, and futures. Tim's background in economics gives him a data rich, analytic perspective. Having spoken to hundreds of thousands of people around the globe, Tim is authentic, knowledgeable, and unassumingly funny. He enables audiences with valuable data and actionable information. Timeline: 01:34 His Story and Importance of Change 05:00 How he became involved with the Prosci organization 07:40 How they do their research to support change process 09:26 What is A.D.K.A.R. or the building blocks of change? 12:10 Awareness and the understanding of the need to change 15:08 Desire or what is in it for me? 17:30 Knowledge is necessary but not sufficient 19:00 Ability to show up in a different way 21:30 How Prosci helps organizations/people facilitate change 25:00 Splash pad example of poor change management 26:30 Why reinforcement is critical to maintain change 29:00 Practical issues with change 31:10 To What End? 33:00 Are you on the same page with someone else? 34:30 Communication is what is heard and not what is said; Reality is perception ADKAR Model: —Awareness (of the need for change) —Desire (to participate and support the change) —Knowledge (on how to make the change) —Ability (to implement those new skills or new behaviors) —Reinforcement (to sustain the change) Tim's book (co-authored with Jeffrey Hiatt, the developer of the ADKAR Method) titled “Change Management: The Human Side of Change” is found at: https://www.amazon.com/Change-Management-People-Side/dp/193088561X You can learn more about www.prosci.com, which has free tutorials and webinars. You can also find one of Prosci's "Tim Talks" talking about ADKAR here: https://youtu.be/L_7I03LOyyk Learn More About the Community at:
This is part two of a four-part series. In this episode you'll hear about the universality of distractions in prayer. How can we cope with them? Should we ever listen to them?
One of the many best selling books of Rabbi Harold Kushner is called "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" however most people often think it is called "Why Bad Things Happen to Good People". Yet there is no why or why not. Chaos is simply baked into the fabric of the universe. Chaos can be destructive but it can also be creative. Is the reason we come down with an illness or get dumped because we are sinners? Some stories in the Torah say yes - but others say no, chaos is just the natural state of affairs. Meditation Impromptu 02 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.
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Kyle and Matt sit down to riff on some practical ways to show your pastor you appreciation him, as well as some good news in SBC life...which we can sure use right now! We hope it encourages you!Read the article: https://lifewayresearch.com/2021/10/04/10-ways-to-bless-your-pastors-this-month/BP baptism news: https://www.baptistpress.com/resource-library/news/small-kentucky-church-sees-53-baptisms-in-pandemic/BP CP news: https://www.baptistpress.com/resource-library/news/cooperative-program-giving-tops-192-million-exceeds-budget-projections-for-the-year/Big thanks to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Christian Standard Bible for making this episode possible!
Sheila has experienced many miracles and is grateful to be alive! She has overcome hardships from nearly every possible spectrum of struggle. She has two muscle and nerve diseases that present daily challenges, she has been in 20 car accidents, she was paralyzed from the neck down in her past, was hit by a bus, and was once married to a man who struggled with addiction. While she has overcome so much hardship, is now a best selling author, and has achieved great success as a business professional, it is Sheila's humility and passionate love and devotion for the Lord that I admire the most. I was thrilled to have a chance to talk with her about what it means to love God with all your heart, all of your soul and all of your mind. In this episode we discuss: - The importance of doing the healing work to overcome false beliefs about ourselves we may have incorporated in childhood (therapy can facilitate this for many). -Choose the truth of God's Word about your identity versus what your past life experiences dictate. -Truly accepting God's love, forgiveness and grace for yourself, then you can be capable of loving him with ALL of you, and then radiating that out to your neighbors. -The story of the prodigal son as an illustration of God's love for us. -True identity and responsibility of a Christian (are we truly acting Christ-like?). -Asking God to help us see others as HE sees them can help us to react from a place of love. -Navigating loving a person suffering from addiction without enabling them. -A powerful moment where she experienced the overwhelming peace of the Holy Spirit in conflict, which equipped her to be Christ-like in the moment. -Practical tips for this time of division include taking every thought captive, when you want to react, stop and pray and remember that we are to be kind like Jesus was kind. -Sheila's 6 books and new upcoming podcast "Made Whole." Inspired by Sheila's share and I cannot wait to check out her other highly rated books! Thank you, Sheila! Matthew 22:36-40 NIV 36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” 37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.' 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.” James 1:19 NIV My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry. How to reach Sheila and find her books and podcast: http://www.fejeranbooks.com/
The term the ‘struggle is real' seems to be a universal cliche at this point in history. Whether the troubles that came in 2020 was hard on your business or just plain hard, chances are you've if you look hard enough you have still grown in one way or another. Our guest today wouldn't call himself an expert on this topic (his resume begs to differ), but then again, that seems to be how his business thrives. Welcome back to Inside The Greenroom! Today we talk with NY Times bestselling author, CEO of Hollis Company, keynote speaker, and fulfillment coach Dave Hollis. Join us as we talk about Dave's journey that lead to his upcoming book “Built Through Courage”, and the moment he realized his successful corporate job was not fulfilling his true passion. Dave talks about the struggles he's gone through and how they are essential to the foundation of the legacy he wants to leave behind. Listen in as we discuss Dave's transparent approach to building a new platform, why your purpose and business should work together, and how you can make your audience want to stay with you forever. You'll get practical tips and tricks to open your mind to what you really want out of life, as well as how you can walk forward with courage and impact those who need to hear your unique story. We are not immune to struggle, but aligning yourself with what you were created to do, will only make the journey that much easier. To pre-order “Built Through Courage” you can check out www.mrdavehollis.com/book or follow Dave on social media for more resources below! More Of What's Inside: Cultivating the courage to step towards your destiny Knowing when its time to move on Building resilience in real-time How your struggles can push your forward The prerequisite to learning Being very clear on your values The power of being honest in your journey Leaving your audience satisfied every time How your audience can help you innovate Finding your passion to develop your purpose The importance of actively working towards your passion And much more! LINKS: Book Speakers for your next event! We are the only agency where you can book free and paid speakers, no bureau commissions! Learn More https://elitespeakersagency.com/ Join our Platform Live 2021 Event: Learn how to let your story shine while growing your business! https://joinplatformlive.com/greenroom Join our Platform Tour interactive Journey, October 11th-17th: https://success.advanceyourreach.com/platformtour-registration/?campaign=Greenroom&ref=12 If you are interested in becoming an affiliate for our Platform Tour October 11th-17th, you can learn more here: Become an Partner for Platform Tour Connect with Dave: Website: http://mrdavehollis.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-hollis-b5a48671/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrdavehollis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrdavehollis/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrDaveHollis Connect with Blair: email@example.com Connect with us: Facebook: www.facebook.com/advanceyourreach Website: advanceyourreach.com firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com Book Speakers for your next event! We are the only agency where you can book free and paid speakers, no bureau commissions! Learn More https://elitespeakersagency.com/ Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 - What we cover today 0:28 - Introducing Dave Hollis 1:36 - The experiences that helped write Dave's book 5:04 - Stepping away from corporate America 10:09 - Having the right mindset for entrepreneurship 15:21 - Using your challenge as an opportunity to grow 20:05 - Building a platform in a new place 24:45 - Finding your true passion 29:06 - Brand deposits and withdrawals 35:33 - Opening your mind to what you really want 40:13 - Practical tips to find your passion 44:43 - Where to connect with Dave 45:37 - Closing thoughts More About Dave: Dave Hollis is the CEO of the Hollis Company, a company that exists to help people build better lives. Dave was previously president of distribution for the Walt Disney Studios until he left to apply his experiences to the expansion of the Hollis Company. Dave is a member of the Motion Picture Academy and has been an advisor or board member of technology incubator Fandango Labs, philanthropy start-up Givsum, film charity Will Rogers Pioneers Foundation, Pepperdine's Institute for Entertainment, Media, and Culture, and foster care champion National Angels.
Do you want to make sure your kids launch successfully into the world? Is there anything you can do to help them? There sure is! Today we're diving into the Youth Study conducted by the Church and the practical tips it provides for parents on how scripture study, prayer, and FHE can be done in any and every family! We mentioned a lot of things in this episode and here are the links for them: Youth Study Information: https://kristenwalkersmith.com/scripture-study-tips/ FHE-on-the-Go: https://kristenwalkersmith.com/fhe-on-the-go/ Prayer Tips: https://kristenwalkersmith.com/oneminuteprayer/
In this podcast, I chat with Menno Henselmans all about the science of self-control and willpower. Menno just released a book called The Science of Self-Control, which is an evidence-based look at willpower and how to be more productive. This isn't your typical self-help book either, filled with anecdote and fluff. It's more like a textbook in the sense that it references over 500 scientific papers while giving you practical tips on boosting your self-control. Menno's book will help anyone understand what self-control is, and how you can boost yours so that you can better stick to a diet, work smarter (not harder), and simply put, be better. In this interview, Menno and I discuss the two-system theory of self-control, the causes of willpower depletion, simple tips to boost your focus (including taking imaginary breaks!), and a whole lot more, only scratching the surface of what's in his book. Menno has been a repeat guest on my podcast, but in case you're not familiar with him, he's a former business consultant turned international public speaker, educator, writer, published scientist, and physique coach who's passionate about helping serious athletes attain their ideal physiques. He's also on the Scientific Advisory Board of my sports nutrition company, Legion. So if you want to learn about the science of self-control and how we can use scientific research to boost our willpower and be more productive, check out this interview! Timestamps: 6:26 - What inspired you to write The Science of Self-Control? 11:17 - What is 2 system theory and why is it important to understanding self-control? 23:38 - Practical tips for improving self-control. 28:11 - What are evidence-based ways to get through boredom? 35:48 - How do you structure your day? 48:14 - The best length for a nap. 50:22 - The power of imaginary breaks. Mentioned on the Show: Menno's new book: The Science of Self-Control - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0991FG9SC/?tag=mflweb-20 Menno's website: https://mennohenselmans.com/ Legion VIP One-on-One Coaching: https://buylegion.com/vip
Miata and Kristine share some very useful, very practical reasons why having a clear vision for yourself (and for your relationship with money) improves your wealth and your well-being. Miata shares why connecting with your vision can't be something you simply do once or twice a year, and Kristine offers some guidance to anyone who finds visioning to be a bit difficult. Full show notes and more info here: https://abundancebound.com/the-podcast/
Joel Fotinos is a vice president at Penguin Random House Publishers and publisher of the Tarcher/Penguin imprint. He's also a licensed minister with the Centers for Spiritual Living. He is the author and coauthor of several books including The Prayer Chest (Doubleday Religion 2007), Multiply Your Blessings (Hampton Roads 2012), A Little Daily Wisdom (Paraclete Press 2009), Think and Grow Rich Starter Kit (Napoleon Hill) (Tarcher 2014), The Think and Grow Rich Journey: Enhance and Enrich Your Path to Success (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 2013), My Life Contract: 90-Day Program for Prioritizing Goals, Staying on Track, Keeping Focused, and Getting Results (Weiser Books 2014) Interview Date: 5/28/2015 Tags: Joel Fotinos, Personal Life Contract, contract, joy, goals, my life contract, commitment, excuses, consistency, Personal Transformation, Self Help. Writing, Philosophy
Team building is a very common practice by coaches, however it is not always successful or done optimally. Given how important it can be to have a cohesive teams, understanding how to foster cohesive teams is incredibly important. In saying this, I am so pleased to be joined today by team cohesion expert Dr. Mark Bruner (2:54). Dr. Bruner is a Canada Research Chair in Youth Development through Sport and Physical Activity and a Professor in the School of Physical and Health Education at Nipissing University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Saskatchewan and completed his postdoctoral training at Queen's University. His research program, which is funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), investigates group dynamics and psychosocial development in youth sport and physical activity settings. Dr. Bruner has published over 70 academic journal articles, 9 chapters, and co-edited a book, The Power of Groups in Youth Sport. He is also an active review board member for The Sport Psychologist, and a learning facilitator for the Coaching Association of Canada. Dr. Bruner has been a mental performance consultant for 19 years and worked with elite youth and university sport teams, the Canadian Armed Forces, and business corporations. Dr. Bruner utilizes an evidence-informed approach to optimize group dynamics, team performance, team member development and mental health in sport and organizational contexts. Recently, he also was brought on to the North Bay Battalion of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) as a mental performance consultant. During the interview, myself and Dr. Bruner discuss some great topics around team culture, like: - How to develop cohesive teams - Why being deliberate in your approach to team building is key - Practical team building activities for coaches to do + a ton more! Dr. Mark Bruner's Contact Information: Twitter: @Mark_Bruner Website: Groups for Youth Development If you are a coach, parent or an athlete who is interested in learning more about how I could help you or your athlete(s) reach your goals through mental performance coaching, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Would you like to connect with me to ask questions? Then please click here to select a time in my calendar: https://taylorstaden-98.youcanbook.me My socials: Instagram: @taylorstaden Twitter: @taylorstaden Facebook: Taylor Staden Click for email updates: https://mailchi.mp/7ac56abb92a8/mental-dive-season-2-psychology-of-coaching
Is it possible to live for 150 HEALTHY years? How about 200 years? My guest on the show this week, SERGEY YOUNG believes you can! He backs it up with the keys and strategies to doing so. He gives a detailed look into brand new breakthroughs in science and technology that can help you do it now and gives you a vision of the emerging strategies coming the next 10 to 20 years! Sergey is easily one of the most UNIQUE guests I've ever had on my show. It's impossible to not be CURIOUS about what he thinks and how he plans to reach those goals. Sergey is a longevity investor and visionary who founded the $100 MILLION LONGEVITY VISION FUND to accelerate life extension technological breakthroughs and to make longevity affordable and accessible to all. He looks for cutting edge investments that are exploring ways to make it possible to reverse aging and treat previously incurable diseases. He also recently published “THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF GROWING YOUNG” that explores a lot of the exciting breakthroughs taking place and how these may impact you sooner rather than later. Although we touch on the science of aging, Sergey and I spend a lot of time on PRACTICAL steps you can take NOW to LIVE LONGER. Do you want to know what MEDICAL SCREENINGS you should do to let you live longer? Do you want to know the right way to EAT to live longer? How about gaining a better understanding of the importance of SLEEP and why it should become your SUPERPOWER? I know a lot of you enjoy WINE and COFFEE. Would you like to know about how those two beverages affect your health? You don't have to give them up, but there is an optimal amount for good health. Sergey also gets into an explanation of the science behind the aging process and how it's possible to more effectively treat diseases than ever before. You need to hear what he has to say about GENETIC EDITING, CRISPR, HORMONE, and OXYGEN therapy. This is not a just discussion about living longer. It's a discussion about IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF YOUR LIFE so you can live longer… A LOT LONGER!
Erin and Nicole are back and bring you a completely authentic, inside look at how they are planning to do a slight remod on the pod. In this episode you'll get a peek behind the scenes of a brainstorming session between Erin and Nicole. You'll hear how they are revamping (sort of) the b Cause podcast with fresh, focused work life topics and exciting, ambitious, authentic interviews with successful people. Tangible tips? You got ‘em. Practical advice? Check. Random and sometimes inappropriate stories? Yep, still in there. Authentic to the core? Of course. In the b Cause remod, Erin and Nicole plan to keep the best of the old while bringing in the best of the new. All of course to help you navigate the corporate BS and instead use authenticity as your secret weapon to success! If you like jammin' with us on the podcast, b sure to join us for more fun and inspiration! Here are some options... Follow Nicole on LinkedIn: Follow Erin on LinkedIn: Check out the b BRILLIANT career coaching program @ b Cause Podcast Facebook group @ We even share more crazy stuff here (you probably thought that was impossible). Get your own copy of Erin's book by searching "You Do You Ish" in amazon or going to Take our simple, fun and insightful "What Kind of Dog Are You At Work?" by going to We have so much fun stuff going on...we wouldn't want you to miss out - join the authenticity movement and our community by adding your email just about anywhere @ Check out our blog for more of our no-BS career advice @ We have fun and inspiring t-shirts @ DISCLAIMER: This episode is not explicit, though contains mild swearing that may be unsustainable for younger audiences. Tweetable Comments “It's become pretty clear that the themes may start out with Nicple talking about how she's the Antichrist of everything we're going to talk about.” “There might be some clues here to why I sometimes feel a bit of career stagnation.” “My number one interview tip? Don't fcking interview me.” “She said, ‘When you meet with an interviewer you should let them lead.' and I was like, ‘Oh that's not what we're doing here?'” “Sadly, my phone is a centimeter behind my kids in terms of saving it.” “I feel like I walked into the La boheme of Sucky Songs.” “Erin has used the word ‘context' like 400 times tonight.” “I have? That's super weenie.” “We want to better serve everyone.” “Capture your youthful energy by working smarter and more authentically.” “You are not special at work.” “We are back – badass and focused!”
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Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Hunter Leonard, multi-awarded business owner and founder of Silver & Wise. Started in 2016, Silver & Wise has been on a quest to end ageism by helping mature-aged individuals in planning for their work future or running a successful business. Hunter and his team have started organizing workshops and launching books and courses that have helped thousands of mature Australians. Now, they want to help thousands more around the world. Join me in this episode and learn why Hunter is a Kickass Boomer! [00:01 - 05:00] Opening Segment I introduce and welcome Hunter Leonard Combatting ageism and discrimination Practical ways to fight them [05:01 - 15:21] The Future of Work How Hunter found the best place for him to end ageism The future of work is no longer tied to the 9-5 Here's what Hunter and his team found Assuming that ageism is gone, what will the world look like? Hunter shares his thoughts [15:22 - 25:55] Experience Has Value Too Boomers have value, and here's how they can show it How do Hunter's partnerships with other companies work? What it will take to combat ageism worldwide [25:56 - 29:48] Closing Segment Connect with Hunter! Links below Final announcements Tweetable Quotes: “You can't tell me that experience and wisdom [don't] have value...it has nothing to do with age!” - Hunter Leonard “Just remember you have value and don't let anyone else tell you [that] you don't.” - Hunter Leonard Resource mentioned: Blue Frog Marketing Book Generation Experience: 8 Steps for Mature-Age Business Success The Experience Equation: Creating a future where your experience is valued Email email@example.com to connect with Hunter or follow him on LinkedIn. Let's end ageism by checking out Silver & Wise today! ----- BEE BOLD, NOT OLD. LEAVE A REVIEW and join me on my journey to become and stay a Kickass Boomer! Visit http://kickassboomers.com/ to listen to the previous episodes. Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also connect with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For many people, philosophy is of little interest. Some see it only as thinking about thinking, and who needs that? Others compare it to contemplating one's navel. And few people understand how philosophy can actually have any meaning in one's day-to-day activities.This episode takes the other side. It first shows why philosophy is needed for a rigorous, articulate, systematic, logical, and critical examination of the big questions in life. Next reason itself is discussed, and how it is often downplayed today. But reason itself cannot be used to denigrate reason, leading to a contradiction. Reason is therefore not relativistic, person to person, but foundational to all. Lastly, an examination of Hegel's full project is provided, showing how his system provides meaning, purpose, and a rational foundation to life; how this purpose is unfolding through an historical process; and how it is relational and holistic, not divisional. And what this means in terms of living your life.
How did Jesus pray? How should we pray? Maybe prayer is an area where you aren't sure how to really press into God, or just a resource you use for when you need help in a moment of distress. Today I want us to talk about and see the practicalities of the power of prayer as we look to Jesus and His model in the Father's Prayer!
"Confidence" gets thrown around liberally every single day but what does it really take to be a confident person? In today's episode, the lads dive deep into how they find confidence in themselves and the vulnerability it can take be a confident person! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com