See Video Version of ACE Video - https://youtu.be/AeGeF3za0k4 -- Hi all, Owen Morgan here, Self-Awareness Coach. Today I wanted to share what an 'ACE' practice approach is and how you can use it in your life. I use ACE in my sessions with clients, in my own life and encourage everyone to explore their ACE practice. I will have many more videos to come on YouTube and also in audio form over on the podcast -- For more on my work and podcast visit - https://linktr.ee/TheAwarenessSpace -- Hi everyone I am Owen Morgan. A Self-Awareness Coach. I help people cultivate and harness the power of their 'Awareness Space' Our Awareness Space is a space in which we can watch, notice, witness or observe our moment to moment life. A space we can feel empowered in and can help transform our life. Creating your own inner coach. -- When we are grounded in our Awareness Space we are not controlled by thoughts, feelings, emotions and sensations. We get to be the empowered director of our life -- My passion is supporting people to explore how self-awareness, self-compassion & understanding their body and mind can boost their wellbeing and improve their life as a whole. My approach is informed by the nervous system, somatic awareness, trauma healing and neuroscience. -- My coaching service is online and takes place on zoom. Book a free chemistry call via www.theawarenessspace.com -- Do you need support? If you are in need of support regarding anything you have seen here today then please contact the support services listed below. Please contact a health professional if you need help -- UK The Samaritans - https://www.samaritans.org/ -- Mind - The Mental Health Charity - https://www.mind.org.uk/ -- USA National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1 (800) 273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1 (800) 799-7233 LGBT Trevor Project Lifeline: 1 (866) 488-7386 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1 (800) 656-4673 Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741 -- Australia Helplines and online support https://www.mhc.wa.gov.au/getting-help/helplines -- More affordable Online Counseling https://www.betterhelp.com/about/ -- PODCAST DISCLAIMER - PLEASE READ BEFORE WATCHING OR LISTENING Welcome to The Awareness Space. As always please read the disclaimer in the description of podcast & also put yourself first as the following content may bring things up for you that feel uncomfortable. Look after you & take a break from the podcast if you need too. The videos on this channel & it's content are not a substitute for the support & guidance of a qualified health professional. We are here to share information that may be useful to our viewers & we hope you enjoy. Links to organizations that can support you are in the description. The views, opinions & theories shared via this video, channel & TAS as a whole do not representative of the individual views, opinions & beliefs of the narrators, producers or creators & of this channel and movement as a whole.
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In this episode, the dogs share their favorite SNL skits (2:58). Rob gives an update on his new push for authentic Christian community on campus (9:30) and Connor echoes the importance of letting go of outcomes (12:10). Mike shares what it's like living a priestly life in moments of solitude (16:28) as well as some recent insights from spiritual direction (20:10). Rob applies his new philosophy to an upcoming family beach trip (22:13) and his delight at a recent Cardinal's game (33:33). Mike closes out the episode affirming God's grace and the worthwhile challenge to receive everything as a gift (34:48). Quotes: “There's an aspect of simplicity and trying to do things very well (in living a Christian life). So my life feels less divided.” (Rob, 9:45) “Me going down to visit you in November and giving a talk, regardless of whether it makes a million converts or all it is, is two dudes hanging out, it seems to be an invitation from God. It's a good. It's focusing on the relationship as the end and then the mission part flows out of it.” (Connor, 12:20) “Happiness is one of those strange birds, you don't hit it by aiming at it.” (Connor misquoting Chesterton's Fr. Brown, 13:36) "The point of spiritual direction, as all of life, is the enjoyment of God.” (Connor's summary of The Practice of Spiritual Direction, 16:57) “The goal of my life is to be in communion and enjoy God.” (Connor, 17:25) “Even when I'm cutting my hair and doing my laundry I'm a priest. I belong to Jesus. That's the point of my life.” (Connor, 18:00) “The thing about God is that He always tells you the truth.” (Connor, 18:20) "The things that have brought me peace and joy and freedom is returning to keeping the first things first." (Mike, 20:04) “Sooner or later, we enjoy only souls” (from Letters to Young Men as cited in The Priest is Not His Own, 31:41) “If you're receiving from the Lord, that's your place of communion. God being the creator and us being the creature. Then you can receive everything as a gift. And then your day and your ministry is now a gift.” (Mike, 34:46) "Charitas Christi Urget Nos (The Love of Christ Urges Us Forward)" (40:00) Media Mentions: Daily Affirmation: Michael Jordan - SNLMore Cowbell - SNLGap Girls- SNLEvil Boss- SNLZoolander (2001)Will Ferrell's SNL AuditionMatt Foley: Van Down by the RiverGet in the Cage with Nicolas Cage- SNLBand of BrothersX-Men: First Class (2011)William A. Barry and William J. Connolly's The Practice of Spiritual DirectionMatthew 4:19Blade Runner 2049 (2017)The Simpsons (1989- present)Jean-Baptiste Henri-Dominique Lacordaire's Letters to Young MenFulton J. Sheen's The Priest is Not His OwnMatthew Levering's The Abuse of Conscience References: Joe PugLeBron JamesNational Basketball AssociationAl Franken (Stuart Smalley)Michael JordanSaturday Night LiveChris FarleyDavid SpadeWill Ferrell (Mugatu)Harry CarayChristina Applegate (not Alicia Silverstone)Jimmy FallonTom HardyJames McAvoyProfessor XSt. Louis CardinalsInstitute for Priestly FormationFellowship of Catholic University StudentsAirBnbLucky CharmsU.S. ArmyHomer SimpsonSt. PaulDr. Reinhard Hutter Shout-Outs: Fr. Walter CiszekFr. Tim AnastosNathan ThompsonFr. Brian Welter Glossary: Pontifex: member of a council of priestsSacred Synaxis: an assembly for public worship and prayer (i.e. Mass) Follow us on instagram @threedogsnorth Contact us at email@example.com
Most of us are reluctant to be vulnerable with others. We view our flaws and mistakes as faults, and weaknesses. We don't want to be ignored, or dismissed. We fear rejection. Yet, perfect love – God's love for us, in us and through us – removes fear. We are freed to be real, authentic people who pursue God and others. People need to know that are loved – right where they are. Right now. Only by being honest and real, will others feel safe and be willing to risk being loved, trusting love, accepting love. Daylight Meditations is a daily podcast from CFO North America. Please visit CFONorthAmerica.org to learn more about our retreats, and online courses. If you are encouraged by this podcast, please consider supporting us. Contributors: Michelle DeChant, Adam Maddock, and Phil Reaser
SUMMARY: A few months ago, I posted on social media and asked “What are your best tips for depression” and the response was incredible. Hundreds of people weighed in and shared their best tips for managing depression with OCD and other anxiety disorders. In This Episode: Hundreds of people with depression shared what skills they use to manage OCD and depression What skills can become compulsions How to manage day-to-day depression when you are feeling hopeless (OCD hopelessness) Links To Things I Talk About: Kimberley's Instagram Page https://www.instagram.com/youranxietytoolkit ERP School: https://www.cbtschool.com/erp-school-lp Episode Sponsor: This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit is brought to you by CBTschool.com. CBTschool.com is a psychoeducation platform that provides courses and other online resources for people with anxiety, OCD, and Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors. Go to cbtschool.com to learn more. Spread the love! Everyone needs tools for anxiety... If you like Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, visit YOUR ANXIETY TOOLKIT PODCAST to subscribe free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like Your Anxiety Toolkit, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION This is Your Anxiety Toolkit Episode 291. Welcome back, everybody. So, I want to set the scene here because things are shifting. Things have shifted. So, I am right now sitting in my office, which is in Southern California, in the United States. But as this launches and goes live, I will be in Australia for the summer. I think I've talked to you guys about this in previous episodes, but my husband and I made a decision that the children and I will go to Australia to see our family for the entire summer. Oh my goodness, what a huge undertaking, but we're doing it and I am so excited. So, really, I've had to batch 10 episodes ahead of time. Now, what I've done is I've done my best to make these the best episodes I can batch for you, like the things that seem to be coming up the most for my clients, the questions my staff seem to be asking the most, and the things that everyone seem to be really, really liking and appreciating on social media. And so, in preparation for today, I was thinking about what's one of the most helpful, most enjoyed, and engaged posts on social media, because I do spend a lot of time over on Instagram. And by far, interestingly by far, my most popular post I have ever made in the whole history of me being on social media is tips on managing depression. What? I'm an OCD and an Anxiety Specialist, but yet my most popular post in the whole time I've been there is on managing depression. So, that's what we're talking about today. Now, in order for me to do 10 posts, 10 podcasts, excuse me, in order, I've had to manage my time down to the minute because right now we are leaving in 18-- no, what is it? Not 18 days. It's like 15 days. So, we're leaving in 15 days. I have all of this in addition to the work because I usually just do these here and there. I've had to manage my time, and what I have relied on the most is managing my time using what we call “calendaring.” I talk a lot about this on my online course. If you go to CBT School, we have a whole course on managing time. But the reason I also share that with you is as we talk about skills today, we're going to be talking about cognitive skills and behavioral skills. And if you have depression, I strongly encourage you to go and sign up for that course. It's not an expensive course. It's jam-packed with how to schedule your time so that you can lessen the heavy load that you're carrying or the time about the lists of things you have to do and get done. So, I do recommend you go check that out. Go to CBTSchool.com and I think it's /time management. Yes, it is. We're about to get into the show. First of all, let's do the “I did a hard thing.” This one is from Anonymous and it says: “I stopped driving and spending time with children because of OCD. But yesterday, I drove my little sister to school. I was scared, but I'm so proud of myself. Thank you, Kimberley.” This is so good. I can't tell you how many people when they're anxious, they stop driving. It's actually a really common question I get on social media. It actually surprised me at first in that how common it is. It's one of the first things people stop doing, is driving. So, Anonymous, amazing. You are just all for the correct courage and all for the bravery and I'm celebrating you right now. That is so, so amazing. Great, great job. And one more thing, let's do quickly a review of the week. This is from Robin. Robin says: “I'm not sure how to condense all of my happiness and thanks, but I'll try. Was recommended to listen to your podcast by my therapist (who is just superb and I'm grateful she exists) and I instantly fell in love with your genuine desire to help which seeps through the sound waves. I am hooked on the real-life stories that I can connect to my own experience and have gotten my sister hooked as well who struggles with anxiety as I do. Thank you for your tools and support!” Thank you, Robin, for that amazing review. Please do go over. And if you listen to the podcast, leave a review. It does help me help other people and more than ever, that is my biggest mission. Tips to Manage Depression (From Hundreds Who Have Been There) All right, let's do it. So, let me just give you a little bit deeper context here. So, what I did is I did a poll on social media. So, just to give you some context, I have around 75,000 followers on social media. So, I posted: “Please just give me your best tips for managing depression.” Hundreds of people wrote in and the reason-- I don't give you the numbers because I'm bragging. I want you to know this is not just from me. This is from hundreds of people who weighed in, who've been there, who've had depression and they shared little nuggets of what has helped them. And I want to-- in fact, we actually had to split this post into two because there was just so many submissions that we couldn't fit them all in one post. So, here we go. The number one tip for managing depression and these aren't in order, by the way, this is not the one that was most popular. This is just as we went through, these were the ones that seemed to be really coming up for the same a lot of people. The first one is-- this is going to be a fun one for you, is many people reported that having a dog or a cat or a pet helped them to feel like they had a purpose in the world, that they were there to take care of someone, and that that pet gave them an incredible amount of love. I loved this one. What was interesting, I'll give you feedback right away, is there was a little controversy and feedback around this. A lot of people were saying, “Please don't encourage people to get a pet just because they're depressed. Taking on a pet is a huge responsibility.” There was a little controversy, a little backlash, I would say, over that point. But I really do agree that those who do have a pet and can commit to taking on a pet have found that that's really helpful for their mental health. Most people said having a pet is the most mindful they are in the day when they're petting their pet, feeding their pet, cuddling with their pet, listening to their pet, and so forth. So, that I thought was an amazing, amazing tip or thing you could practice. Number two, probably again, one of the most important from a clinical perspective is exercise. Now, yes, I know, it's hard to exercise when you're depressed, but we do have a ton of research to show that exercise is in fact as effective as an SSRI. Not to say you shouldn't be on an SSRI. I actually am on all four meds. But exercise is an additional benefit. And so, I strongly encourage everyone to at least get out. It doesn't have to be strenuous, but around 25 minutes was what most people who have depression said, that was the ideal amount. If you get to that point, you actually get more benefit, which I thought was really cool. The next one is: Practice mindfulness. Now again, so helpful. If you have depression, usually, I'm going to guess, your mind tells you a lot of lies, a lot of horrible lies, a lot of absolute painful lies. And a big part of managing it is using what we call mindful-based cognitive therapy. And so, what we mean by that is, first, we are aware and we just observe thoughts as thoughts. We don't take thoughts as facts. And then the cognitive therapy side is once we identify that we've had a thought, we may actually stop to correct it. So, if your brain says, there's no point, you're a waste of space or the future is going to be nothing but terrible or my life is nothing but terrible – when it tells us these lies, we can actually stop and go, “Okay, now, number one, that's a thought and I'm going to observe that thought nonjudgmentally.” And then you can also go, “Okay, let's actually check the evidence for that depressive thought. Hmm, do I bring purpose into the world? Is the world going to be terrible?” and look for maybe some holes in this theory and start to be curious about whether that's in fact correct. It's so important. Mindfulness. I personally think these two, the exercise and the mindfulness, are key, are major keys to managing depression. The next one that was suggested by a lot of people was to talk to family and friends, even if they don't fully understand. And I loved that little caveat to go on. As much as depression makes you want to isolate and shut down, make sure that you are going and you're just connecting with them. You're talking with them, you're sharing what you're going through, even if they don't understand, because the truth is they won't. Even if they've been through what you've been through, they won't fully get it. They're not the ones getting fed the lies of depression like you are. Or if you're a family member, I want you to understand it's really not helpful to say to someone with depression, “I totally get what you're going through,” because the chances are you don't. But that doesn't mean that we can't relate on some level. That doesn't mean we can't connect and support each other. So, important. So, so important. This one was an interesting one. And I want to-- some of these surprised me, but lots of people reported that attending couples therapy, couples counseling, if you're in a relationship, was helpful for their depression. Now, I wonder if that is because maybe their relationship was a part of what's very difficult for them, but I can see the benefit in that. I don't talk about this very often, but I personally love couples counseling. I have no problem admitting that we've been to couples counseling before. It is thebomb.com. It is such a beautiful thing to do with your partner. Is it hard? Yes. Is it bumpy? Yes. But there's something really cool about knowing that you're showing up to the same place every week with the same goal, which is to strengthen your relationship. That in and of itself is just really, really cool. And a lot of people responded saying that that was really helpful for their depression, which I thought was really cool. Next one, you guys aren't going to be shocked by this, and I definitely wasn't, which was to practice self-compassion. You guys, depression is nasty. It tells you nasty. I'm doing everything I can not to swear here, but it's like BS. It tells you such nasty BS. And one of the best insurance policies against that, or one of the best defenders against that, or I should say offense, the offense against that is to practice compassion for yourself, to practice being kind and respectful and being tender to the suffering that you're experiencing. Because believe me, I do know, I've experienced depression throughout different parts of my life. It's horrible and it feels-- the only way I can explain it is you can't understand it when you're in depression because you're in depression. But once you're out of the depression, for me, it felt like someone had pulled this gray veil off my head that I didn't even know was there until I'd come out of a depression by going to a lot of therapy and so forth. And I was like, “Whoa, I had no idea everything was under a gray veil until the gray veil was lifted.” So, that compassion piece is really important because I didn't know the depression was there until the depression had lifted, if that makes any sense. And had I known it, I probably would've been much, much, much kinder to myself. Next point, I love this. It's very similar to what we talked about before, but it says, no matter how much you don't want to, get up and move your body. Now, I could have easily put this under the category of exercise. But a lot of the comments weren't-- this wasn't talking about exercise. It was saying, stand up and stretch was one of them. Just stand up and swing your body around, move it around, get into the flow, let the blood flow around your body. And they were saying that that is a shift in mentality. It's a shift in mindset. I know even today as I'm recording all these episodes, I'm going to need to practice this, because if I just stay here and I stare into this microphone and I'm looking at the screen, my brain is going to get a little distorted and strange. I'm going to have to go upstairs, shake it off, get a cup of tea, move around. And so, I love that they distinguish this separate from exercise. Next point, oh my gosh, this is gold right here. It says, do something you used to enjoy. Now, when we're depressed, often nothing feels enjoyable. Even food isn't enjoyable anymore, or company might not be enjoyable. The things you used to love, the vibe is gone. But what a lot of people were saying, and this is again from people who've had depression and managed it, is they were saying, whether or not you enjoy it now, continue to do the things you used to enjoy, but also spread out. This is one thing I didn't mention here, is a lot of people said, be curious about little things that you used to enjoy that you never really developed as a hobby. So, an example would be, I think somebody said something to the likes of like, I used to love hopscotch. Of course, they loved it when they were very, very little. So, as they got older, of course, they stopped playing hopscotch into their adulthood. But they were like, “I literally wrote down a list of everything I used to enjoy and I just did it, whether I've done it for 40 years or not.” So, little things. It doesn't have to be grand things. It doesn't have to be hobbies. It could be going, “I remember as a kid, I used to love boba or whatever.” Go and get some. Do the things you used to enjoy, even if they're teeny tiny. Another huge group of people said sunlight. Sunlight is a huge part of managing depression. Now, thank goodness for these, my community, because if I was putting together a podcast or managing depression, I would've completely forgotten about the people who have seasonal affective depression because I live in California and I wouldn't have thought of that. But so many of my followers are from all around the world and hundreds of people responded saying, you have to get sunlight. You have to get exposure, UV lights. There are all these really cool exposure lights that you can talk to your doctor about getting. So, thank you to everyone who wrote this in because I would've forgotten that. And for me too, what I will say is I work indoors a lot. I work at my desk a lot. Most of you know I am running two separate businesses at once. My private practice and CBT School. So, the days where I don't just-- even if it's go outside and sit in the sun while I have a cup of tea for 10 minutes, I do notice a shift in my mood. Again, don't do too much. We don't want you to get sunburn. We don't want you to have too many exposures to UV rays. But I do believe there's such a benefit for mental health. Okay, next one. This one is amazing. So, many people wrote some variation of this, but we pulled it into this one point, which is write a list of “I can” statements. Meaning, when you're depressed, depression will tell you can't. “You can't do that. You can't do this. What's the point of doing that? You can't. Don't do it. You won't do it. Don't do it.” And so, a lot of people were talking about writing a list of either your strengths or your characteristics or things that you can do. And I think that that is such an amazing shift – to write a list of I can's. I can work out. I can call my friend. I can get some sun today. I can go to therapy. I can play with my dog. It's very similar to the term “should.” That simple move of saying “I should exercise” to “I could exercise” like “I should be kinder to myself,” or you could say, “I could be kinder to myself,” those small shifts in sentences can make such a difference. So, I like either of those. Next one, appreciate the little things you do for yourself. You might start to see a trend here. When you're depressed, the big stuff feels really hard. So, you got to zoom in on the little stuff. And they were saying, appreciate the little things you do for yourself. So, an example might be, “It's really nice that you made yourself a cup of tea before you recorded these podcasts, Kimberley,” or “Wow, it was kind of you that you bathed today. Great job. Making sure you ate breakfast. Great job. Getting out of bed today.” Often with depression, we go, “Oh, that's stupid. Why would I celebrate getting out of bed? Everyone gets out of bed. I'm such a loser because I can't get out of bed.” I mean, that's the mindset of someone with depression. And so, we want to shift that away from such critical voices and going, “Good job you got out of bed. That's a big deal when you're depressed. Good job on brushing your teeth when you're depressed. That's a big deal. Good job on saying no to that thing you didn't want to do. That's a big deal.” Really, really important. I have three left. The third last one is, take your medication. Hundreds of people wrote this in and I just loved it. It filled me with joy because whether you choose to take medication or not is entirely your decision. But 10 years ago, I remember when I was-- 15 years ago when I was starting to do my internship, there was this article. I think it was like a USA Today article or something, and it was talking like, let's take the stigma out of medication. And so, great. We're starting to have those conversations. But to see now how the response was of like, “Just take your medication,” it just really made me feel joyful that maybe that means there's a little less stigma about it, and I really hope that I help you to take the stigma out. There's absolutely nothing wrong with taking medication. In fact, I'll tell you a quick story about myself, when I-- you'll probably remember I went through a period in 2019 and 2020 where I was very, very sick and I had severe depression alongside it. And I remember the doctor saying, “Okay, we'll prescribe you such and such for this condition and such and such. And we'll prescribe you an SSRI for your depression.” And he didn't really even ask if I was depressed, he just prescribed it. And I was like, “What? You didn't even ask me if I was depressed.” And he goes, “No, no. Most people who have POTS,” I have pots, “they get depressed.” And I was like, “Huh, that's interesting.” And I thought to myself, okay, I don't-- for a second, I thought, no, I don't really need it. But then I was like, “You know what? What a gift to give myself the help. If it's going to help, I'm going to do it. What a gift.” Not that I'm at all encouraging you to take medication, but I just want to share with you my experience. I could have seen it as like, “Oh, I'm so bad. That's weak and that's lazy and I should try without it.” But I was like, “You know what? I'm really not well. I'm going to take all the help. And if one form of the help is to take a pill, I'm going to take a pill.” I'm not going to tell myself a story that that's lazy. In fact, I'm going to say that's pretty badass, that I would accept the help. I'll get going. Sorry, I had to tell you that really important story from my perspective. All right. Two to go. Second last one: Surround yourself with people who help keep sight of what's important. This is important. If you're depressed and you're surrounded by people, whether it's physically or on social media, people who are very materialistic or they are striving towards things that actually make your depression worse, find different people. You want to find yourself around people who strive for similar things that are aligned with your recovery. I'll tell you again a different story. As a business person, I love business. I really do. I love being a therapist, but if I wasn't a therapist, I'd go to business school because I just love it. But I notice that if I'm hanging around with other people who are business-minded, it can get really icky and the messages can get really gross. And I can find myself falling into this trap of winning and wanting more. I was finding that I was starting to be hard on myself until I caught this and was like, “Whoa, I need to unfollow these people because this is not good for my mental health. I need to surround myself with people who have the same goals, like what's important as their goal.” And that was really, really monumental for me. So, do an inventory of your friends, your family, your social media, your colleagues, and try to only surround yourself with people who support your recovery. Last one is, when you're having this feeling, don't numb it out. I'm leaving this at the end. I probably should have put it at the front, but don't numb it out. It's okay. Sometimes you will need to turn your brain off and watch some TV. But if that's all you're doing to manage your depression, the chances are you're going to get more depressed. That's why I keep talking about scheduling and calendaring. Because often when we're depressed, we want to just stay in bed and numb the feeling out. Sleep all day, watch TV just to numb the depression. But that only makes it worse. And this is the behavioral piece of managing depression, which is one of the gold standard treatments for depression is what we call time blocking or activity scheduling so that you schedule your day. Nothing heavy, nothing crazy. But you do that so that in doing that, you actually reduce your depression because you feel accomplished and you don't feel like the day was a complete waste. Again, there's a balance. You don't want to overschedule, but you do want to engage in the day. You want to make sure that you've got things planned. So, don't numb. Try to activity schedule. If you need help with that, head over to CBTSchool/-- sorry, you'll go to products and then there'll be time management there, or CBTSchool/timemanagement. You can learn that in that course. It's a really pretty cheap course and it's pretty quick. It's like a two-hour course and I walk you through exactly how I do it. All right. So, that's it. There are tips for managing depression. There's like 12, maybe 15 of them. They're from hundreds of people who have been there. I just love this community so much. If you haven't followed me on social media, head over to Instagram under Your anxiety Toolkit, and I'll be there. Thank you. All right. Have a wonderful day. I will see you next week. Next week, we're talking about sensations and anxiety and panic. So, I'll see you there. Have a good one, everyone.
Today for the YouTube Livestream, we're talking all things option strategies. Specifically, we look to adjust our Broken-Wing Butterfly in QQQ, and then we check in on our two Calendar Spreads in GLD and WMT.Then we focus solely on YOUR questions.Have you seen our BRAND NEW CRASH COURSE on Rolling?
Today for the YouTube Livestream, we're talking all things option strategies. Specifically, we look to adjust our Broken-Wing Butterfly in QQQ, and then we check in on our two Calendar Spreads in GLD and WMT.Then we focus solely on YOUR questions.Have you seen our BRAND NEW CRASH COURSE on Rolling?
237 Pop-up Request for IFR and Practice Instrument Approaches + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you're thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Join now as a member to support the show with a donation via PayPal or Patreon. Send us an email If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary 237 Max answers listener questions about making a pop-up request for IFR and for a practice instrument approach. Where do you find Center and Approach frequencies, what should you say on CTAF when going into a nontowered airport, and when can you legally log an instrument approach for currency purposes. And more. He also talks about the Karl brothers, who have founded airplane kit company DarkAero. News Stories Abandoned 747 to be Sold at Auction Aviation insurance premiums to increase by up to 5% per year The Death Of An Airplane Training and Safety Tip: Empty a seat for high heat American Airlines' regional carrier offers pilots triple pay Distracted pilot forgets to remove pitot tube cover VFR into IMC leads to crash for student pilot GA pilots drill in preparation for the big one Piper plucks apprentices from high school Woman charged with using stolen ID to steal plane, crashed Pilot and student robbed while calling for help after plane crash Mentioned in the Show DarkAero founded by the Karl brothers in 2017Controller Handbook JO 7110.65Z FAA InFO 15012 – Logging Instrument Approaches Joshua McElhattan video relaying call to emergency aircraft AC 61-142 Sharing Aircraft Operating Expenses Max's Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott's G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott's G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month, you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon – Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we'll make a couple of dollars if you do. Check out our recommended Aviation Headsets, and order one for yourself! Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max's Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium Max Trescott is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app Sign up to become a Neurocycle Certified Facilitator today and get 25% OFF! The first training will be on August 4-7 in Dallas, Texas. Just use code INAUG25 to get your discount: https://neurocycleinstitute.com EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to designer, writer and artist Morgan Harper Nichols about her incredible new book, Peace is a Practice. We discuss learning how to embrace the beauty of the present, approaching life's challenges with calm confidence, feeling peace in the midst of uncertainty or difficult times, letting go of regret of the past and fear of the future, and so much more! Sign up to Patreon to get access to bonus ad-free podcasts, exclusive downloads, live Q&As, and more: https://www.patreon.com/drcarolineleaf. Read the show notes here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/how-to-find-peace-in-the-midst-of-uncertainty-let-go-of-regret-fear-of-the-future Get Morgan's book here: https://morganharpernichols.com/peaceisapractice OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -Ritual's Essential Protein: Get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/DRLEAF. Ritual even offers a money-back guarantee if you're not 100% in love! -Amen Clinics: Visit amenclinics.com/drleaf and use the promo code DRLEAF10 to get 10% off your first evaluation. -Nord VPN: Using my link https://nordvpn.com/cleaningup you can receive a huge discount on a 2 year plan + 1 free month. There is literally no risk to you with their 30 day money back guarantee. Give it a try and if you like it, Great! If you don't, they'll issue a refund and you can pretend the entire situation never even happened! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 5:25 Peace is more than a feeling—it is a practice 6:20 How Morgan's autism diagnosis impacted her sense of peace 10:15 It is okay to be different! 12:00 Peace & success 18:55 Black History Month & making peace with the past 20:00, 26:30 The power of looking at both the past & future 27:10, 32:15 Creativity & non-linear thinking ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! -Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog are for educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional.
Practice speaking English with me, as your friend today in a "repeat after me" English lesson. I'll teach you some common phrases that English speakers use to make their speech sound quicker and you will repeat the phrase. In this English lesson, I am not going to be speaking like an English teacher, I am going to speak like I am your friend. This lesson aims to practice speaking English faster and using natural phrases. Fast English can sound more natural and can make you feel more confident when speaking. If you want to use today's lesson you can feel free to slow it down or try using listening practice first, the English words and phrases that I am teaching are all on the screen today. OR use the feature to slow the speed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/english-with-kayla/message
Here's something to know about coaching: You don't have to be the expert in all things. Lee Chaix McDonough, the founder of Coach with Clarity, sees visible relief on the faces of her clients when she shares this news. “You are the expert in building nurturing relationships. You are the expert in asking powerful questions,” she says. But you do not have to be the knower of all things, so lean into that grace! On this episode of She Turned Entrepreneur, Lee is sharing the framework she has evolved to support the people who aspire to do the supporting: Coaches. She provides an International Coaching Association certification program that deepens self-knowledge and helps coaches systematically tap into their strengths and inner resources. “You learn as you do,” says the best-selling author of "ACT On Your Business: Braving the storms of entrepreneurship and creating success through meaning, mindset, and mindfulness" You'll learn about Lee's Coach with Clarity framework, which focuses both on coaching practices and craft as well as small-business elements such as marketing, sales and growing a one-to-many model. Lee explains that her certification process is “one of multiple paths to coming to be a proficient coach. It's really important that each individual find the path that will work for them.” Perhaps the Coach with Clarity path is the one meant for you! Click here to learn more about Lee's best-seller, "ACT On Your Business: Braving the storms of entrepreneurship and creating success through meaning, mindset, and mindfulness." Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Training is a great way to pivot or augment a coaching practice. Even coaches need coaching!· Interested in accreditation? Not only do coaching certificates confer a great knowledge base, they also provide a lab for us to learn about ourselves along the way.· The job of a coach is not to tell clients what to do, but rather to provide a container for them to discover and feel supported in pursuing the path that's right for them.· The coach's work is to identify and facilitate clients' direction – not define them.· It's the going not the getting there: Remember that coaching is about the process.· Prefer coaching one-on-one? That's just fine! Scaling to bigger groups isn't for everyone.· Nerves happen – to coaches as well as clients. Calling it out diffuses it! Here's a quick look into the episode:· A social worker and public health professional by training, Lee worked with a broad array of clients through years of relocations while her husband was in the Air Force. She ultimately felt called to do something other than social work, from which she'd taken a break, but didn't know what that would look like.· Lee's decision to get certified as a coach grew out of watching her husband grapple with launching a dental practice – and all the small-business/entrepreneurial elements involved. She saw first-hand the need for support.· Once her practice was launched, Lee started getting inquiries from clients who wanted to learn the ropes of coaching themselves – a training niche that she has handily filled!· Lee launched her training and accreditation program right in the midst of pandemic, which was a chaotic time but also a moment in which people were seeking connection.· Traits that make a good fit for Lee's program:o People who are curious.o People with open minds.o People who have the ability to hold space for others to figure out their thoughts.· You don't have to be the ultimate expert in all things as a coach. People are seeking help, an extension of experience and knowledge – not a steamroller.· Lee's advice for aspiring coaches:o Pause to take stock of your interior landscape and core values. o Coaching is an expression of who we are, so self-understanding is key.o Helpers and healers (traits common among many coaches) need to be wary of basing self-worth on how well they are serving others.· There are myriad paths to developing a coaching practice – and not all of them require scaling or moving away from one-to-one work.· What Lee's certification program teaches:o Fundamental ICF coaching skills and practices.o Specific techniques and tactics.o The rules of the road (so you know when to break them!).· About Lee's podcast, a little bit of everything about what it takes to be both a successful coach and to run a sustainable business. It explores:o The craft of coaching and how to build relationships when things get sticky.o Business elements: marketing, sales, one-to-many programs.o Live coaching calls.o Expert guests speaking on various topics. About Lee:Lee helps clients connect with a deeper, more aligned form coaching — and to build a successful coaching business in the process. She is an ICF-certified business coach, creator of the Coach with Clarity® framework, a licensed clinical social worker, host of the Coach with Clarity podcast, and author of the #1 bestselling book, ACT on Your Business. Having helped hundreds of coaches tap into their wisdom and serve clients in truly life-changing ways, Lee offers resource that develop both the skill set and mindset to ultimately transform the lives of their clients.
Jassen Bowman is passionate about helping others build more profitable businesses and grow their firms. He is the founder of Tax Resolution Academy®, taxfirms.com, and the co-founder of the software startup Prolaera. He is a published author of several books, including Profit Optimizers: Twelve Big Ideas for a More Profitable Tax Firm. In this book, Jassen gives advice to his readers concerning growing their firms. In the podcast, Jassen talks about three of the twelve steps he created to assist entrepreneurs with growing their firms. From managing workflow to practicing salesmanship, Jassen is giving the best advice on how to drive profit into your firm.
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Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyJoin my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/[Click here to leave a review on iTunes]Guest: Ingrid MurraBusiness Name: Two FrontCheck out Ingrid's Media:Two Front InstagramPersonal InstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/My Key Takeaways:We need orthodontists now more than ever! There are still areas to improve the patient's quality of care.The concept of moving teeth, and the specialization that goes into orthodontics, cannot be conveyed in a brief course.With a busy schedule, be sure to be extra intentional with how you're spending your free time!Just start! If you are waiting until "after this," or "after that," it will never get done.To make it happen in the dental world, failure is your friend. Embrace it, and see how you can improve moving forward.Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]
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Grace is a word we use often, yet I wonder if we're aware of the power and magnitude of the word. As an action of God, it erases our guilt. As an action of ours, it should pardon the sins of others. We are quick as seek acquittal yet we can be slow to grant it. Father, would you show us where we can be more like Jesus in this? Would you remind us of the strength in this characteristic of love – that keeps no record of wrong, but embodies the gentleness of forgiveness in the midst of justified wrongs. Daylight Meditations is a daily podcast from CFO North America. Please visit CFONorthAmerica.org to learn more about our retreats, and online courses. If you are encouraged by this podcast, please consider supporting us. Contributors: Michelle DeChant, Nancy Holland and Adam Maddock
Dr. Kristen Lee, Ed.D., LICSW, known as “Dr. Kris”, is an internationally recognized, award-winning behavioral science clinician, researcher, educator, speaker, and comedian from Boston, Massachusetts. Her episode is entitled Worth The Risk. As the Lead Faculty for Behavioral Science and Faculty-in-Residence at Northeastern University, Dr. Kris's research and teaching interests include individual and organizational well-being and resilience, particularly for marginalized and underserved populations. Dr. Kris works with organizations and leaders around the world on how to use the science of behavioral change and human potential to build healthy mental health cultures that help prevent burnout and promote organizational and human sustainability. She is the author of RESET: Make the Most of Your Stress, winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards Motivational Book of 2015, and best-selling Mentalligence: A New Psychology of Thinking-Learn What it Takes to be More Agile, Mindful and Connected in Today's World and Worth the Risk: Learn to Microdose Bravery to Grow Resilience, Connect More, and Offer Yourself to the World, 2022 The Next Big Idea Book Club nominee. She is the host of Crackin' Up: Where Therapy Meets Comedy and is a regular contributor to Psychology Today and Thrive Global. Dr. Kris's work has been featured at Harvard and on NPR, Fast Company, Forbes, and CBS radio. Her TEDx talk, The Risk You Must Take is featured on Ted. Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Contact Info Website: www.kristenlee.com Book:Reset: Make the Most of Your Stress: Your 24-7 Plan for Well-Being Crackin' Up With Dr. Kris; Where Therapy Meets Comedy Most Influential Person Thich Nhat Hanh Effect on Emotions It helped me be more self-compassionate, less anxious, more focused, and more measured. So So I think it helped me create those retreats or those air pockets in my life that I need. Because I tend to just be an over worker, I love what I do. There's a lot of need in the world. So it helped me be more present with myself and not let my mind be a runaway train. Thoughts on Breathing Above all, I love the box breathing method. So It's a nice four-count holding and then releasing. So The reason I like it so much is that it's sustainable because sometimes if I make things too grand and too complex, I might stay with it for a while, but then fall off track. So Suggested Resources Book: The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation By Thich Nhat Hahn Book: Reset: Make the Most of Your Stress: Your 24-7 Plan for Well-Being By Dr. Kristen Lee App: Calm Bullying Story I think it was very commonplace, like in middle school, I was very keenly aware of the bullying that was happening. So I was that loud person that would stand up if I saw someone being hurt. Understanding the impact on one's life when these things happen, and how to help teach social-emotional skills and kindness are things that weren't necessarily present on the school bus in the 1980s. So Therefore, mindfulness would have helped me probably be a little bit more self-compassionate, and it would have helped me deal with that override of anxiety and fear that I was doing in those moments. So I love the exercise of thinking like, what would your past self say to yourself? Or what would you want your future self to say to the now. If I could look back I would say to myself, this is going to help you develop your empathy, this is going to help you be more mindful in how you show up and you contribute to the world. Don't internalize the messages of the meanness of the people, doing this kind of bullying that doesn't define you. Worth The Risk Related Episodes Enjoy The Gift of the Present; Jennifer Ibbotson Rodriguez Move The Body, Heal The Mind; Dr. Jennifer Heisz Myung Sung: The Korean Art of Living Meditation with Dr. Jenelle Kim Special Offer Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing coach and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at email@example.com with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.
If you've followed a recipe before, then you've followed a system. In this episode Sandy gives you the recipes to make sure you have a successful practice BEFORE you open your doors to the public. There are about 42 systems every single practice needs to have in place and Sandy discusses and dives deeper into each of them. Now just having these systems is not enough, Sandy discusses how being consistent with them is crucial for success. Consistent action gives you predictability. These are the systems that her 2 million dollar solo practice's implement and practice consistently. She discusses the systems we tend to leave out and the systems we make major mistakes on as well.
Series on The Practice of the Presence of God (Part 2 of 4) What does a good prayer look like? We don't know.. Everyone has the freedom on how they pray. But thinking about God, reading a book about God and just saying words about God is not praying. Praying is the relationship that brings us in to a conscious living contact with God himself. Everything is at the service of relationship with Him. There's a real person looking back at us in prayer—who loves us and wants to draw us close to his sacred heart. Jesus wants to meet us in that contemplative space and experience his heart there. In relation to Brother Lawrence's Book, this episode talks through some amazing insights on the relational aspect of prayer as well as some logic and application of prayer. An invitation for us to re-evaluate our prayer life which is meant to put us in relationship with God. You can find the Presence of God challenge in the Hallow App or on this link https://app.hallow.com/challenges/51, where you can join in and reflect with Fr. Mark-Mary on The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence. The Poco a Poco podcast happens because of many generous donors, including recurring monthly donations of any amount. Thinking about helping out? You can give at https://spiritjuice.org/supportpoco. Thank you!
Dave resumes his conversation with Valency Consulting Organization Development practitioners Linda and Vanessa who are devoting new thought to the prospect of Mutual Mentoring in client organizations. Mentoring well and often is discussed as a practice for closing social distances among those whose diverse perspectives can clear up intriguing messes.
In this episode of the MGMA Business Solutions podcast, we're joined by Dr. Dov Shapiro, managing physician of Associated Pediatric Partners. Dr. Shapiro is here today to talk about how in-office PCR testing has improved his practice efficiency, clinical care, patient satisfaction, and profitability. Thank you to Cepheid for helping design the content of this episode. Cepheid's GeneXpert® System is a flexible platform, providing healthcare professionals with a best-in-class test menu for any setting — from the core lab to near-patient applications. Cepheid is dedicated to improving healthcare by developing, manufacturing, and marketing accurate yet easy-to-use molecular systems and tests. Find out why Cepheid's solutions are a top choice for fast, accurate, and easy diagnostic testing. Visit https://www.cepheid.com to learn more. Sponsors: Thanks to Onsite Women's Health and to MGMA events for sponsoring this week's show. Onsite Women's Health — Onsite Women's Health provides healthcare practices and providers with the ability to bring screening mammography in-house. Partnering with Onsite allows more women to keep up with their annual screening and gives anyone impacted by breast cancer a fighting chance. Learn more at www.onsitewomenshealth.com. And go to www.mgma.com/events to learn about the latest free webinars and other online learning MGMA provides to members and other healthcare professionals. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us what you think. Let us know if there's a topic you want us to cover or an expert you'd like us to interview. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The MGMA Insights podcasts are produced by Daniel Williams, Rob Ketcham and Decklan McGee.
Key Points, Top Takeaways, and Memorable Quotes“I'm just so thankful for my time there to build those relationships that they'll be my friends for the rest of my life, and that's something that's way more important than any National Championship, any wins, any losses, it's about who you impact, who you relationally connect with, and just how you can grow together.” 1:56“Practice is how you're going to compete and if you don't love practice, you're not going to master or excel at your craft and find mastery.” 5:50“Now I realize that you have to either be all in or not in at all. You can't have one foot in faith and then one foot in the world.” 23:44“At first it felt like a chore, but then I felt God starting to change my heart and it became joy, it became a desire.” 33:46“He's given us the ability to make decisions and use our discernment and our wisdom and doing that, but sometimes God is obvious in where he wants us to go or showing us signs to confirm that where we're at and where our decisions are where he wants us.” 40:30“In high school, I always dreamed of winning a National Championship and that was kind of the moment I envisioned bringing me so much fulfillment and happiness. And now I realized that life is so much bigger than any milestone you could achieve.” 53:27 Show Notes0:00 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Intro0:18 - Introducing Julia Scoles0:43 - Thanks for Being Here, Julia 1:30 - Experience at USC2:20 - Relationship with Mom and Coming from Hawaii3:07 - Not Just A Volleyball Player4:16 - How Did You Arrive at Indoor Volleyball Over Other Sports?7:37 - What's the Role of Private Lessons in Your Opinion?8:54 - Indoor Volleyball at UNC and First Concussion13:58 - How Do You Know if You Are Impacted Following a Concussion?15:00 - Second Concussion21:06 - That Thursday Night Was One of the Scariest Nights of My Life22:59 - Quest for Faith and Roots in the Bible Belt24:02 - If Everything Was Stripped Away, What Is There?26:22 - Building Myself to Today28:13 - Switching to Beach30:28 - Moving to Hawaii 33:11 - BB Commercial33:20 - Putting God First and Reading the Bible Every Single Day35:52 - 25 Years Old and Experience36:58 - Sense of Shame37:59 - We Are Called to Choose Christ39:55 - After Hawaii, I Want to Go Wherever God Was Calling Me43:03 - Please God, Make it Apparent44:56 - Choosing USC Southern California and Finding a Church45:50 - Two National Championships at USC and Education46:25 - Storytelling Takes Communication48:13 - High School Highlight Reel50:26 - Playing with Urango This Season51:51 - First Time Playing Together in Michigan52:29 - We Met Last Year in New Orleans53:02 - Thank You for Being Here Today53:14 - One Piece of Advice54:56 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Julia IG - @juliascoles
This week, we are breaking down the benefits of time under tension and focusing on slowing down during your resistance training. So many of us are only focused solely on calories burned that we blow through our workouts and try and get each movement done as quickly as possible. The reality is that SLOWER is truly the way to FASTER growth. Growth in terms of efficiency, building lean muscle, improving form, mastering complex movements, and getting strong. As an added bonus, slowing down will also decrease your risk of injury and improve recovery time. That is pretty powerful if you ask me. Follow along and join the Nursing Co-op community on Instagram @ashley_nursingcoop and on Facebook in The Nursing Co-op Huddle! We would love to see you there! As always, message me with any feedback, comments, or questions on Instagram, or shoot me an email at email@example.com. Happy Nursing!
Imagine that you work in a practice as a new grad and form friendships with the people who are literally helping shape you into a vet. You leave the practice to get some more experience and then you come back to the practice you started at - only this time, you are a part owner and that means you are the boss! This week on the podcast, Dr. Andy Roark and Stephanie Goss are tackling a letter from the mailbag from a veterinarian who has been facing this situation and feels like its extra sticky because now the technician who helped mold/shape them is treating them like a new grad who knows nothing and definitely not treating them like the boss. Let's get into this… Links: Upcoming events: unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ Managing a Negative Team Member with Bret Canfield We all have them on our teams! Talented folks whose skills are needed and attitudes leave something to be desired. Find out how to lead and coach as we explore the not-so-secret ways to repolarize our most cynical and cantankerous crew! Date: July 13 Time: 7pm ET/4pm PT – 9pm ET/6pm PT Price: $99/FREE for Uncharted Members REGISTER HERE All Uncharted Veterinary Community Workshops are LIVE! You will be able to ask the instructor questions that help you address your practice's unique problems. This will not be 2 hours of silent screen time. Gear up for interactive, fun learning! All Links: linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag
Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC is the host of the Creative Therapy Umbrella podcast. She offers therapist support services, private practice services and continuing education. She has spent her career supporting children with life-limiting medical diagnoses, mental health needs, and developmental differences through music therapy, play and creative expression. Kate is passionate about incorporating play therapy skills into the music therapy space and helps other therapists learn how to support healthy social and emotional development through these skills. Kate also loves working with adults utilizing inner child work, attachment-based therapy, mindfulness and creativity. Besides creating music, she loves to knit, needle felt, read, play video games and spend time with her family. In this episode, Kate talks about the role of creative resiliency and entrepreneurship. She shares at least 5 tips to build your own creative resiliency practice. My favorite is her practice of scheduling in 30 minutes of "boredom" time into her calendar which help her to slow down and allow the inspiration to flow. She also shares how she is working to offer CE's for music therapists through her podcast, The Creative Therapy Umbrella and the Music Therapy Podcast Collective. Resources: Listeners can grab her FREE guide to Boost Creativity here: https://mailchi.mp/fd5064c4332e/main-newsletter www.creativetherapyumbrella.com Insta: https://www.instagram.com/creativetherapyumbrella/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/creativetherapyumbrella/ Music Therapy Podcast Collective https://mtpodcastcollective.com/
Hello to you listening in Mazama, Washington!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Wednesdays on Whidbey and your host, Diane Wyzga.When I introduced my Engaged Storyism® Method to my litigation clients they thought I was quite mad; but they learned I was quite right. Engaged story skills connect the plaintiff's story to the stories of the decision-makers to find common ground and win the case.But more importantly, my clients learned that before you tell your client's story, be aware of your own. Do the hard work. The archeological dig on your narrative. Once we understand how our narrative shapes and re-shapes our life, our purpose, the relationships we have with others we are well on our way to standing up for what we stand for. Now we're prepared to contribute our narrative to advocacy, leadership, and influence. Advocacy, leadership and influence shift attitudes, behaviors, cultures.Practical Tip: If you are ready to bring your clear, concise, compelling narrative to your business, practice or cause so your clients get the optimum value and commitment from you, come as you are and change with me inside Quarter Moon Story Arts.You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
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If your business plan doesn't include dealing with stress, you must not realize what you're getting yourself into. Stress is often the result of high levels of activity over a sustained period of time.. We feel overwhelmed and anxious because we're constantly engaged. Have you ever wanted to just grab a glass of wine after work because you just needed a moment alone? Wine will be relaxing for a short time…To maintain our mental and physical health and be successful over the long term, it's crucial to find ways of keeping stress from taking hold. To reduce and manage the stress you have been experiencing while running a healthcare business, we shared the 10 best health tips that will help to overcome work-related traumas. In this podcast, we have discussed with a certified PA in family medicine and a professional life coach, “Michele Johnson, about what causes stress in life and the solutions to conquer them. She is the author of the International best-selling bookseller, paying freight “How To Live A Full Life Despite Chronic Pain”, and also faced fibromyalgia and chronic pain warriors for nearly two decades. Subscribe
What does it take to redefine who you are after long-term abuse? Can you co-parent with an abuser? Why should you reach for the... The post How I got through an 11 year marriage of abuse with Cindy Brock | POP 740 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
What does redemptive living look like? How do we now live? It is moment by moment. Facing each decision, each interaction with the determination of becoming like Christ. We live with the knowledge that we are changed and that in that change our decision to love others in new and redeeming ways will change those we meet. May it be so. Daylight Meditations is a daily podcast from CFO North America. Please visit CFONorthAmerica.org to learn more about our retreats, and online courses. If you are encouraged by this podcast, please consider supporting us. Contributors: Michelle DeChant, Adam Maddock, and Phil Reaser
Often we don't notice it, but as leaders taking on varied roles in one's personal and professional life, we find ourselves hearing and not listening. When we truly dial into our listening intelligence, that's when it strengthens connections and improves relationships that reinforce the human capacity for positive societal change. Ebele Chukwujama is a Chief Executive with 22 years of progressive experience in Banking, Consulting, and Human Development. Amongst her numerous leadership positions, she was the Division Lead – Aviation Group within the Corporate Banking Division of Zenith Bank Plc. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Aloeglobal Lifestyle and Wellness Services and also Chief Executive Officer of Poise Nigeria Limited, Nigeria's Premier Personality Branding, and Communication Company. She is a certified coach with Olusola Lanre Coaching Academy, a member of the John Maxwell Team, and the founder of The Listening School, the very first in Africa. The Listening School is a disruptive start-up on a mission to revolutionize human connection, promote real-time problem solving, increase individual productivity, and ultimately improve business processes by building a culture of listening that will help develop more productive, effective workforces and bottom line, leveraging the art of listening intelligence. The Listening school wants to impact relationships and society, one listening ear at a time. In this episode, Ebele shares how we can overcome just ”hearing” the other person and instead truly exercise listening, putting aside all biases, and coming in with an attitude of curiosity. That way, we give people a sense of respect and self-worth, making them matter in society. "It's powerful when we listen; it makes people feel valued, respected and gives a sense of dignity and a sense of self-worth." - Ebele Chukwujama Listen IN Notes: 00:32 - The moment Ebele noticed the power of listening: In my previous role as a CEO of a consulting company we offered speaking, writing, and all of that. And it occurred to me that we didn't offer listening, and I'm like, 'Oh, wow.' Then I went deeper into research. And I realized that listening is the incontrovertible half of communication. And it just hit me." 01:10 - What is it about that moment that hit her: "I thought, I hadn't even been listening. I have just been hearing. And you know, hearing isn't listening." 02:36 - One important thing she's realized now about listening: "When you say I hear you, you're not listening, and that you can't multitask." 02:58 - The impact listening is making in her life: "I realized that a lot of my time and attention, it's paying off my relationships with people, my interactions with my children, and society. 03:56 - Message to other CEOs and leaders: "Just listen, there's something deep inside each of us that yearns for attention." 05:03 - Initiatives she helps promote in the listening school she manages: "We facilitate listening intelligence as part of a leadership strategy, we help people enhance relationships, promote real-time problem solving and productivity." 06:43 - Knowing that everything is in alignment even with people listening and understanding things in different ways 08:18 - Overcoming the biases we have for the people we engage to listen to: "When you're coming to a listening engagement, I feel the listener or the leader has to have a curious mindset. That means you're dropping all biases." 09:17 - Advice to leaders who are too busy: "80% of your time is devoted to listening as a leader. If 80% of your work day is devoted to listening, then you must make time to listen." 10:01 - Leaders learning how to practice listening: "Self-awareness is mastery." 11:17 - Checking out and checking back into the conversation: "Use powerful, open-ended questions to get back into the conversation." 12:58 - Becoming aware of the different cultures and languages: Culture is complex and influences people in many different ways. However, generally speaking, our culture influences the way that we think and express our feelings, which can create barriers to communication." 14:41 - What's in store for the Listening School: "I'm committed to impacting relationships and society." 15:26 - Not interrupting but continuing to listen even when you get bored 18:16 - An experience of how curiosity and not interrupting significantly impacted her. 22:19 - Ebele shares great tips on being self-aware and conscious of listening. Key Takeaways: "Just be present and pay attention." - Ebele Chukwujama "Do not multitask while you're listening." - Ebele Chukwujama "Listen to understand and not to respond." - Ebele Chukwujama "Ask open-ended questions. Listening is a gift to the speaker. Together, we can impact our relationships and society while listening one ear at a time." - Ebele Chukwujama "I have watched many times the transformation that takes place when someone finally has the opportunity to be listened to. Practice makes improvement." - Ebele Chukwujama "Having that curious mind that no matter what it is, by going into a meeting, there's something everyone has to share with me. Because that's where you have the growth mindset because we learn and we grow daily." - Ebele Chukwujama Connect with Ebele Chukwujama: Website: www.thelisteningschool.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-listening-school/ Connect with Raquel Ark: www.listeningalchemy.com Mobile: + 491732340722 firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn
Did you know that maintaining clear boundaries can also help to grow your practice? It's true. But unfortunately, when it comes to setting boundaries in private practice, there is no one hard and fast right answer. Not only that, your boundaries can change over time. No wonder we struggle to set and enforce boundaries! So today I am absolutely delighted to have Caz Binstead here as my guest expert. Caz is a respected counsellor, supervisor and advocate for therapists, and today she shares some amazing insights on making and maintaining boundaries within your private practice in order to best serve your clients, yourself and your business. We look at: What makes us struggle with setting and enforcing boundaries? The benefits of choosing a supervisor that has experience in running a private practice How boundaries can reduce the likelihood of complaints Considerations around your cancellation policy The importance of understanding the rationale behind your policy. I think you'll like this one. About Caz Binstead Caz Binstead is well known in the therapy scene here in the UK, and if you haven't come across her before, here's a little something about her: Caz is an experienced therapist and supervisor, working full-time in private practice. She specialises in the growth and maintenance of ethical and thriving practices. Caz was instrumental in the design and development of the Private Practice Toolkit at the BACP, and sat on the private practice division as executive lead on the project for 4 years. She has provided consultation, training, copywriting services, and written guidance to hundreds of students and therapists preparing to set up and work in private practice. As Co-lead for the platform #TherapistsConnect, she also created their two-day conference, 'Private Practice 2021: Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times'. She has hosted and held workshops on private practice at two BACP student conferences (2019 & 2021), and most recently, presented at International Supervision week. Connect with Caz Go and say hi - and tell her you heard her on The Grow Your Private Practice Show podcast. Website: http://www.cazbinstead.com (www.cazbinstead.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/cazbinny (https://twitter.com/cazbinny) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/night_owl_counsellor/ (https://www.instagram.com/night_owl_counsellor/)
DESCRIPTIONIt's common to equate meaning with depth, but the surface of things, with its wild and rapturous beauty, can coax us into life.GUESTStephanie Paulsell is the Susan Shallcross Swartz Professor of the Practice of Christian Studies in the Harvard Divinity School and served as the Interim Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church from 2019 to 2020. An ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), she is the author of Religion Around Virginia Woolf, (2019), editor (with David Carrasco and Mara Willard) of Goodness and the Literary Imagination (2019), and a regular columnist in The Christian Century. SHOW DESCRIPTIONMaking Meaning is a limited series from Ministry of Ideas that explores how life can be lived more meaningfully. Featuring meditations by some of the world's most sensitive and insightful thinkers, Making Meaning will give you fresh perspective and encouragement to live with greater intention and fullness. Making Meaning is produced by Jack Pombriant and Zachary Davis. Artwork by Dan Pecci. Learn more at ministryofideas.org and find us on Twitter @ministryofideas.
849: Jayne Storey returns to discuss her latest book “Connected Golf: Bridging the Gap Between Practice & Performance”. https://amzn.to/3xU8jTS Jayne, Founder and Head Coach at Chi-Performance.com has a unique form of expertise based on more than three decades of practicing and teaching meditation and Tai Chi. She's worked with hundreds of athletes and her methods have shown significantly reduced nerves, anxiety and mental interference by helping athletes from golf, tennis, snowboarding, weightlifting, and more bring together the technical and mental aspects of sport into a unified whole. This episode is brought to you by mygolfingstore.com/golfsmarter home of Eagle Eye Rangefinder. Golf Smarter listeners get 50% of the usual price and pay only $129!! Eagle Eye Rangefinder has all the premium features you need, like slope technology, an 800-yard range and a “flagpole lock” vibrating sensor. Take advantage of this limited time offer now at https://MyGolfingStore.com/golfsmarter This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans #165, which has never been made public before, we hear from another performance coach, Jon Adler, talking about how golfers need to spend more time correcting our minds instead of trying endlessly trying to correct our swing. Be part of the podcast and introduce our next episode! Write to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com and we'll assign you an episode number and a brief script to record for the intro of the show. For your effort you'll receive a Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com. At Red Rooster Golf, you can choose from 11 styles of gloves in 26 sizes so that they fit you properly! With Red Rooster Golf Gloves, you can say goodbye to funky, beat-up gloves and say hello to getting a well made, great fitting, tour-grade glove delivered to your door. Plus, with every glove you buy, they'll donate a glove to youth golf. We thank RedRoosterGolf.com for giving a new glove to every Golf Smarter Ambassador who introduces an upcoming episode!
You've heard about the fear of failure before.... but I think what's really holding you back is the fear of SUCCESS. Fear of GROWTH. Fear of CHANGE. Are you ready for what comes next? Today's podcast is going to push you to look inward and challenge everything you believe about yourself and your business. --- Get more from Paul at: www.paulgough.com/guest www.paulgough.com/infusionsoft www.paulgoughbooks.com Watch Paul Live on YouTube: ThePaulGough
The high level narcissists is always boiling over with rage at some level. One incident real or invented takes him/her over the top and the malevolent projections begin. They are directed mainly at his spouses and children. These unconscious projections cause their recipients great emotional pain. Volley after volley come out of their mouths. They are unstoppable. Fulminating is one of the narcissist's frequen activities. Being the child of a high level narcissist unsettles every nerve in your body. You are living in a war zone. Bombardments of volcanic rage are coming at you. Living under these circumstances as a small child is bewildering and traumatizing. Along with the chronic rage is the high level narcissist's restlessness. The minds of these individuals are never still. They jump from one activity to th enext, conjuring their plots and plans to make sure that they remain superior to everyone else. When they are not scheming, they ar running about these individuals are never still. They jump from one activity to the next, conjuring their plots and plans to make sure that they remain superior to everyone else. When they are not scheming, they are running about buying, spending acquiring power and material largesse. You become the newest source of narcissistic supply: adulation, praise, social status. You make them look so good. There is a time of deep insight for you in rediscovering the pathways of the true, original, creative self. Practice self care each day. You are moving forward with the winds of transformation and creativity at your back. Click below for my print book: Recovering and Healing After the Narcissist on the Amazon page: https://tinyurl.com/2p92ymam Click below for the Mental Health News Radio Network, a comprehensive and excellent group of podcast shows on every facet of Mental Health. I am honored to have my show, The Narcissist in your Life Podcast on this great Network. www.mhnrnetwork.com
There are a number of benefits to selling options, but the biggest one might be the buffer that you're able to build between the current stock price and the strike price of the option. This region offers protection against stock moves against you, which also indirectly makes any adjustments you consider easier to implement because the position will be absorbing the initial moves of the stock well.[Have you seen our BRAND NEW CRASH COURSE on Rolling?
There are a number of benefits to selling options, but the biggest one might be the buffer that you're able to build between the current stock price and the strike price of the option. This region offers protection against stock moves against you, which also indirectly makes any adjustments you consider easier to implement because the position will be absorbing the initial moves of the stock well.[Have you seen our BRAND NEW CRASH COURSE on Rolling?
This talk was given by Andrea Fella on 2022.06.28 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
In this episode I talk to an amazing woman who got sober young, in 1992. She's actually happy, joyous, and free, and is having an experience that only gets better as time passes.
Imagine being a pediatric dentist for 44 years, and then still having the ambition to start a thriving fluoride and prophy paste company at 80 years old. It was a pleasure to interview the founder of Wonderful Dental and our guest today, Dr. David Epstein. In today's episode, we learn more about what pediatric dentistry was like in the 1970's, how our profession has changed, and why the most important thing we should be doing is looking for ways to do things better. Dr. Epstein lets us look inside of the world of manufacturing fluoride varnish and why there was a need to develop better fluoride at a more reasonable price point. We had a fantastic discussion and Dr. Epstein's detailed bio can be found below. David W. Epstein, D.D.S., M.S.D. is a retired Pediatric Dentist in West Hartford, Connecticut. His education began with the study of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin, a degree in Mathematics followed by a Doctor of Dental Surgery and a Master's Degree in Pediatric Dentistry from Indiana University. In 1970, he joined the original Dental School Faculty at the University of Connecticut Health Center. He began his private practice in 1972, which has grown into a group practice consisting of five Pediatric Dentists and two Orthodontists. For more than forty years the primary focus of this practice has been preventive care with an emphasis on active child and parent participation.
How does a person heal after experiencing narcissistic abuse? At what point do you realize that enough is enough? What can you do to... The post How I got through infidelity and an abusive spouse with Dr. Ashley Funk | POP 739 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
Today we will talk about severe weather monitoring and prepping. This doesn't just stop at severe weather, but this could be any type of natural disaster. Today's podcast episode is all about how to set up your scanner. What scanner should you have on hand? What kind of radio should you have on hand and what to know before the event happens, so that you can prepare? What You Need To Know In the U.S., severe weather alerts will be broadcasted over NOAA weather radio Any VHF radio is going to be able to monitor NOAA weather. NOAA Weather frequencies are between 162.400 to 162.550. Most scanner radios on the market have weather features built in Dedicated Weather Alert Radios will monitor NOAA weather radio in the background and have a loud alert when there is a reason to be aware. Another option is to take an old scanner radio and set up that as a weather alert standby radio. An optimal place for an alert radio is in a central location in your home that you'll be able to hear and that can wake you. It doesn't hurt to have multiple weather alert receivers in your home NOAA sends out a weekly broadcast test every Wednesday and it is a great way to know that your radio will alert in an emergency. Scanning after a disaster can help keep you and your family safe. You can use the forums or database on Radio Reference to find the correct scanner for your area. It is important to understand that frequencies may change, and it is important to keep your scanner up to date. Practice using the scanner, so you know how to use it during or after an emergency. ====================================