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Good Juju Only
Episode 60 - Prioritize Your Rest & Wellbeing

Good Juju Only

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 23:59


It's been a hot minute since we've talked, but we're back! Emily shares why she's been a bit MIA and opens up about the initiations she's been going through when it comes to loving herself, her body, and her truth. Be sure to head over to Patreon to join the Podcast Coven to get access to exclusive content.

The Fantasy Football Friends
Week 13 Waiver Show: How to Prioritize the Back-Up RBs?

The Fantasy Football Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 50:54


The friend break down a long list of news items involving some of the biggest stars in fantasy football.  Some  good news and some bad news.  The injuries have led to one of the bigger waiver wire weeks in the past month and the friends will help you navigate all the names to help you best win your Week 13 matchup. 

Ready For Retirement
How to Prioritize "Competing" Retirement Strategies

Ready For Retirement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 29:26


Our topic on this episode of the Ready for Retirement podcast is about how to prioritize competing retirement strategies.Questions answered: What are the benefits of having one comprehensive strategy? What are the risks of having multiple strategies? What is the best strategy for your individual situation? Are you ready to start focusing on the things that truly matter when it comes to your financial future?We're on YouTube! Check us out here for more content to help you create a secure retirement: YouTube - Root Financial PartnersLET'S CONNECT!FacebookLinkedInWebsiteENJOY THE SHOW?Don't miss an episode, subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or Google PlayHave a question you want answered on a future episode? Submit it here

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 507: Opt Out of Victimhood

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 57:17


This show is dedicated to Mark and Nancy Alexander of School Bell Farms. Long time supporters of the show and our LFTN Community. After a long battle with cancer, Mark passed away last Tuesday at home. We will miss his sarcastic wit, new business ideas, and passion for life and he will love in our memories and every time someone pulls a good practical joke at events. Today, I will share thoughts on victimhood and ways to opt out of the mindset so that you can make the best of what is happening around you. We also celebrate the life of long-time show supporter and friend Mark Alexander of School Bell Farms. Event Highlights LFTN Christmas Reception: https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2021/11/17/2021-christmas-reception/ Self Reliance Festival: https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/selfreliancefestival/ Tales from the Prepper Pantry Thanksgiving Feast as a Daily Thing Tonight's Casserole Recipe Firing up the freeze Dryer to finish the rest of the summer bounty currently stored in the freezer Making way for venison and beef Illness treatment from the pantry: mullein, elderberry syrup, herbal teas from Angie's Gardens Operation Independence Coaching from a friend on increasing cashflow Purging all the Extras (Flour mill, tractor, cars, etc) Main topic of the Show: Episode 507: Opt Out of Victimhood  Thoughts on Victimhood and how our personal reaction to problems furthers the cycle. Feeling defeated/helpless vs acting defeated/helpless Predatory people Self worth and perspective Signs that you are in a victim mindset Seeking reassurance, validation and sympathy for things that happen in your life Thinking or saying “I can't” Feeling like the world is against you and you can do nothing about it Taking things personally that are not that at all Listing reasons why offered solutions will never work Just because you change your mindset, does not mean that bad things will not happen, but you can draw more bad things to yourself based on reactions to current trauma - often through self-sabotage, pushing good people away through blame, etc. What you can do: Identify the self-sabotaging behaviors and decide to change what you can (Your reaction to trauma) Leave or change situations that cause harm to you Learn to find what you can do or take responsibility for when bad things “happen to you” Seek outside help to build emotional intelligence Spend time with empowerers and people who are like what you wish to become and cut out the energy vampires - even if they are blood relatives Prioritize yourself Talk about Mark Alexander and why this topic today: 2 year battle with cancer Never stopped pushing for his dream, to support those around him Gave 110% to every day - even days before his last day Making the most of your dash Could have given up but he lived every second he had Wanna honor Mark's memory? Make the most of your dash Make it a great week! Song: Wolf by Sauce GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link  

Personality Hacker Podcast
How To Prioritize Personal Growth Work - 0411

Personality Hacker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 48:37


In this episode, Joel and Antonia use Carl Jung's cognitive function model in an alternative way to map your personal growth path.   https://personalityhacker.com  

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz
New York State Legislator Sponsors A Bill To Prioritize Hemp-Derived Packaging Over Plastics

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 3:51


Today in cannabis news: Pennsylvania state medical cannabis authorities order registered producers to refile vaporized cannabis items with added chemicals for additional authorization; statistics indicate a significant decrease in cannabis charges in New York since statewide legalization; and a New York state legislator sponsors a bill that prioritizes hemp-derived packaging. It's Monday, November 29 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe!

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Interview #47 Coach Carisa Caudill. The secrets of nutrition as a tool for a good life.

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 31:10


Carisa's mission: to help you create a healthy lifestyle and build a new relationship with food. A relationship to fuel all the fun, desired and deserved in your life.  Some of my favorite things she shares with us: “The biggest secret, and it's like the hidden secret behind all the diets is…”  WHY you should drink lots of water.  “It's like a nutritional meditation.” “Love your body, period. You're right where you need to be.”Administrative: (See episode transcript below)All things Carisa CaudillKick-Start Mini Audio Course https://fabulous-inventor-840.ck.page/products/47-kickstart-audio-course45 Min Coaching Call https://fabulous-inventor-840.ck.page/products/45-min-check-in-call$697 DNA-Based Nutrition Plan (Kit) https://fabulous-inventor-840.ck.page/products/dna-based-nutrition-planFREE 15 minute Assessment Zoom Call https://calendly.com/soberfitlifecoach-carisa/30minCheck out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: [music]0:00:06.7 Mischa Zvegintzov: Welcome back, everybody to the Tools For A Good Life Summit. Now, I would like to introduce to you Carisa Caudill, a dear friend of mine. Welcome, Carisa.0:00:18.0 Carisa Caudill: Thank you, hi, I'm so excited to be on your show. Thank you.0:00:23.1 MZ: Yes, indeed. So real quick, I'm gonna read your bio for the seven audience, so they can get an idea of who you are. And then we'll go from there, okay?0:00:32.7 CC: Okay.0:00:33.5 MZ: Alright, fantastic. So Carisa, you're a nationally certified nutritional recovery coach, certified testing and designing... I guess certified in testing and designing personalized DNA-based fitness. Which sounds awesome, we were talking about that before we started here, which... So anybody listening, if we happen to touch on that, it's amazing. Diet plans associated with that. You're a personal trainer, trainer, yoga meditation practitioner. You were awarded first and second place in a bikini competition and a bikini competition title in a drug-free natural body building show after losing 50 pounds in 2018 and 2019. I don't know if that flowed right, but suffice it today that you...0:01:27.4 CC: It's a lot in there.0:01:29.0 MZ: There's a lot in there. But that's amazing. Congratulations on that. You have an athletic background, a background since you were 5-years old. You've struggled since your teens with addictive behaviors, emotional eating, weight gain. Approaching, you're approaching seven years into your personal health, wellness and nutritional recovery journey. Your entire life is dedicated to teaching and sharing with others, your unique approaches to help build a new relationship with food, enhance energy, manage weight, curb cravings and bring more awareness around nutritional recovery, recovery habits. Your mission is to help others create a healthy lifestyle and build a new relationship with food to help fuel all the fun, desired and deserved in life. Freaking love that. How amazing is that. So I think what's really cool, maybe we could touch on for a second is like the ability to utilize nutrition. I know you said to manage cravings or things, but also to manage like energy and stress levels and things like that. Maybe talk to that for a minute.0:02:49.3 CC: Yeah, that's a big part of my journey. You know, since I... And I'm transparent about this, and it has, but I... Was in my addiction really deep six years ago. Six math years ago, and I knew nothing about nutrition, like I really was not taking good care of myself. So through my journey, learning how to slowly take care of myself through exercise. And all the other things we're supposed to do that are out there that help us. Nutrition... I realized I was eating food to fill a void for the longest time, for the longest time. I wasn't realizing that hormonal balances were off when I was craving a lot of carbs or a lot of sugar or just wanting to fill up on food.0:04:04.1 CC: And I know I was going lengths of time without eating at all, and I really thought that it was gonna help me lose weight. So bottomline is nutrition is... We have to eat. We have to eat. [chuckle] And so the biggest secret, and it's like the hidden secret behind all the diets is managing sugar levels, and they don't tell us that. And so I've done the cleansing, the starving myself, the, all the diets that are out there, I think I've tried them all. And a lot of them worked for short periods of time, but they were not sustainable. Sustainable with energy or sustainable overall to really help me understand how to connect with my body. So I know I'm kinda talking in code a little bit, but the biggest thing is to manage your sugar level, and that is what I focus on most. That we really...0:05:08.1 CC: It's so important, I can't emphasize enough, how important it is for me to share with people and for us in general to understand what foods are spiking your sugar level. And what foods are causing different cravings, what foods are causing different energy crashes, what foods are causing different... Have an effect on different moods.0:05:34.2 MZ: Yeah.0:05:34.7 CC: You know food moods. So food mood logs are a really big thing I do with my clients. And once I started to interconnect my relationship with food, like what food was doing for me, that's when I... So to speak, nutritional recovery plan really, my journey really started. And so we all know that eating vegetables and eating...0:06:03.7 CC: Lean meats or healthy foods are important, we all know that. It's kind of common sense, but our bodies so often want other things, and I'm just keeping it real. It's like I'm keeping it real. I've been to the point where I was 50 pounds overweight because my eating spiraled. And then I've gone on to the crash diets and the bikini competition was one of them. I went on a crash diet. I got super ripped and I learned... I thought at the time, I was actually eating healthy, and I really thought I was 'cause I lost all this weight and if you look at pictures of me on the stage of that bikini competition, I was ripped, but I can't...0:06:52.9 CC: And I didn't know at the time, so this has been an evolving nutritional journey for me. So I didn't know at the time I was actually doing more harm to my body than good by losing all that weight so fast and not allowing my body to have the healthy fats it needed. I was eating too lean and I pushed my body to adrenal fatigue because it wasn't getting the nutrient, and I was a nutrient deficient. So when we see pictures of people totally in shape, ripped, I'm just gonna be... I have to be honest, it's...0:07:36.4 MZ: Please do.0:07:37.4 CC: It wasn't the healthiest journey at that time. [chuckle]0:07:41.2 MZ: Yeah. No, I love that. I thank you for that. You've made me think of two things. One is, we tell our kids or at least try not to give the kids too much sugar 'cause we see the emotional roller coaster it can put kids on, and I think that still... You just reminded me that still holds true to adulthood. We're not immune to that just 'cause we're older, and that as a matter of fact, now sugars... And this is not to do a discourse on the food industry, but we'll save that for the next summit, but that perhaps unhealthy sugars are hidden all over the place. So there's that and don't answer that yet. And then the other thing is that, if we're going through a hard time, there's foods... How we eat can enhance the stress or temperate or provide calmness, and so sometimes... Well. I'll just say that. Is that a true statement?0:08:58.0 CC: That's a 100% true. And it took me the longest time to really embrace the process of my eating, and I know it kinda... And it was so embarrassing for the longest time because I really struggled. I really struggled with what was healthy, what isn't, eating a bunch of nuts, eating a bunch of fruit, eating... And then somebody's saying or you're hearing that nuts make you fat or... You're getting all these mixed messages out there of what's right, what's wrong, what to do, what not to do, and then your body's here craving something else. So there is a way to get to a point where you intuitively... There is intuitive eating, where you do intuitively know what works for you and what doesn't work for you, but it takes work. You've got to actually write it down, and that's what I do with my clients. We actually have a food mood log. What foods make you feel this way? What foods spike up?0:10:12.2 CC: And then your sleep. That's something that is really, really big, the sleep hygiene, when we eat late at night and we are spiking that sugar level at night, that cortisol level. It's actually linked to the melatonin, the melatonin hormone. So it really does affect our sleep, and there's a whole cortisol, a little cycle where your cortisol should be really low at night, and then you should wake up hungry. So if you're not hungry when you wake up, that's kind of like a little signal to where you need to look at it 'cause you're now starting the day for a potentially triggering day to emotionally eat or grab foods that are gonna be not in your best interest. So there's a lot to say on that. [laughter]0:11:15.0 MZ: I love that. I love that. Yeah, thank you for that. I think too, one of the reasons I brought you on to the show, or not the show, the summit, and to speak to me and our audience right now, is that I loved the balanced perspective that you bring. It's so easy to find people that are like, "Work hard, push through, get ripped. Bam, bam, bam." And for some people, that might be the solution, but the reality is, as you said earlier, that might just be heightening the... Might not be a proper way of applying the tool of nutrition to having a good life, to stick with the summit theme. It might be heightening your anxiety versus calming your anxiety. So that was what excited me about having you on here is that it's like, "Hey, let's bring someone on who can talk pragmatically," if that's the right word, or...0:12:18.3 MZ: About nutrition. So I think on that note, we get to the question.0:12:22.5 CC: Okay.0:12:23.5 MZ: Yes, you ready?0:12:24.7 CC: Hopefully, I have good answers for you. [laughter]0:12:26.0 MZ: I know... You better. Oh, I love the little tip about sleep already. I think the way you described it versus don't eat before you go to bed, the way you described it is, oh okay, that makes sense. I see, right? I don't know...0:12:41.0 CC: Well, if I'm gonna eat the popcorn at night or if I'm gonna... Of course, I always work on the next best option. If I'm gonna make a smoothie of some sort, I try to do it as low glycemic as possible because of my awareness around it, and what it's gonna do and set me up... For not failure, but it's gonna be more challenging when I wake up. So at least my awareness around it helps my decision making. And I'm not so hard on my body, and it makes me want to choose something that's actually gonna be more beneficial. But if you don't know what those options are and you don't know what's going on with your body and how food actually affects your body, then you don't know. You don't know if you don't know. [laughter] 'Cause the longest time, I didn't know.0:13:31.3 MZ: Alright, let's get to it. So, I'm gonna lay out a scenario and then I'm gonna ask you a question. So, the scenario is this, if we think of life as a three-legged stool of relationships, finance and health, and if we think of someone who is successful or was successful... Successful or was successful, and then they have two or three of those legs fall out from under them, that's when stuff can get gnarly. Sometimes it's easy if, "Ah, there's a little relationship chaos, but mentally, I'm okay." But if there's relationship chaos and then financial chaos or... And then you have a health ailment or... For me, it was my parents were dying and I was getting divorced, more failed relationships, and I was... My... That success, pull myself up from my bootstraps, apply more success to it, work harder through it, was no longer sufficing, right? I needed new tools. And for me, by the grace of God, I was open-minded. So, my question to you is, thinking of nutrition, what are the exact next steps you would offer a man or a woman who's coming out of that tumultuous time... What are the exact next steps you would offer this person, so they know they are headed in the new right direction, that they will have positive momentum towards getting their life back on track? How can they use nutrition as a tool to facilitate that?0:15:14.5 CC: Oh man, and I've been there. I have been there more than a few times in those circumstances, and I didn't have the tools that I do now. So I'm really excited to speak on that, so thank you. I love your question. Man or woman, doesn't matter. First and foremost is to know that you have to take care of yourself, like the airplane going down analogy, if you don't put the oxygen mask on you first, you're not gonna have strength, you're not gonna be able to save anybody else, and that's actually a mindset that I have every morning. I'm still cleaning up some wreckage of my past, so to speak...0:16:07.6 MZ: Sure.0:16:07.9 CC: And I'm still in those phases of certain things not transpiring yet. And I know they will, I'm optimistic, I'm open, in my life circumstance with the relationship, the family, like stuff like the finance, all that stuff. It's still not where I would like it to be, and I still have my personal challenges. So, how I use nutrition to help me and what I would best offer, my suggestion and mindset to help anybody else is to make sure, first of all, you're drinking lots of water, lots of water. We have to drink water, and sometimes we put that on the back burner. And as we say that, I'm gonna take a sip. [laughter]0:17:00.7 CC: And I learned to do that. I learned to pause and I learned to take a breath sometimes when needed, but water is so important. It... Water will help push through the circulation and the blood flow that you need, it'll help the whole circulation process so you can actually think clearer. If your brain is foggy and you're over-stressed and you've got all these things going on and you're dehydrated, you're lethargic, you're not gonna able to think clear and have any rations. So first and foremost, you need to drink water. Me, I drink a gallon a day, that's my goal. It's a good goal. It's always worked for me and because I like to drink, but that's in the hydration actually allows you deeper meaning, to absorb nutrients. You will actually be able to absorb more nutrients when you're eating healthy foods versus it getting stuck in the body or just being flushed out too fast so that there's an equation there, but... And I work a little bit closer, but water hydration, hydration, hydration, I can't tell you enough. Stay away from... And lower the caffeine. Lower the caffeine because a lot...0:18:22.1 MZ: Sorry, sorry everybody. [laughter]0:18:24.0 CC: Lower the caffeine and it... And I'll tell you, when I was doing those bikini competitions and the fitness getting all crazy, 'cause I had just gotten sober and I was trying so hard to get my new life back and all this stuff, my revenge body, so to speak...[laughter]0:18:41.2 CC: Yes I wanted it. I wanted the revenge body.0:18:45.8 MZ: That's all good.0:18:46.9 CC: Yeah, but I was drinking a pot of coffee at a time.0:18:51.3 MZ: Oh my God.0:18:52.0 CC: No joke.0:18:52.0 MZ: Which is brutal on the emotions, right, and your physiology, I guess.0:18:57.4 CC: All of it, all of it. And so I was in trouble. So anyways, water and... Go ahead.0:19:08.5 MZ: So any tips or tricks to help somebody drink more water, right. 'Cause I think a lot of people go, "Okay, I'll drink more water," but as you said, you have built the habit.0:19:20.3 CC: No, water workouts. I actually have a course and there's a little section on water workouts.0:19:24.4 MZ: Okay.0:19:26.1 CC: A little tip on that is... So I just drink. My goal is to drink four of these a day. So I drink two by two, from the minute I wake up, I drink two by two, and then two by the time I go to bed. I just break it down, and I keep it with me at all times. And I remind my... And I breathe, of course, and I like to take a deep breath and actually visualize the water flushing through my body and getting my circulation going and pushing out the toxins. I really love to visualize that because it just... It's an inter-connection. It's kind of like the ocean and the waves. I like to just feel... And it's a sense of calm, and it's an esteemable act that I'm doing for myself, so it really helps me with esteem. And knowing that if I get a phone call, that's either good or bad, if it's a good phone call, I'm able to show up, if I'm mentally clear. If it's a stressful phone call, which we get them, or emails you didn't the bill or whatever it is, I feel like, if I'm on top of my water, it allows me to just have this sense of calm inside where I can just show up for a situation better. My water and me, 'cause I'm thirsty, I'm a recovering alcoholic, I'm in sobriety, and I had no problem drinking then...[laughter]0:21:02.6 CC: It's like the drinking...0:21:03.4 MZ: I hear that.0:21:06.2 CC: So, the drinking the water, I can't emphasize enough. So...0:21:09.0 MZ: Fantastic.0:21:10.0 CC: That's the number one.0:21:10.8 MZ: Okay, fantastic. So good, thank you.0:21:13.2 CC: Number one, and number two is to be mindful of what you're eating. Be mindful, because we put ourselves... It's so crazy, and I have to go back to this, and I share this with a lot of moms I work with, that for the longest time, we used to... We... Ever since we were moms, we would pack our kids all the snacks and all the meals and all the things, and how many times as a mom was I out and about where I was like, "Oh shit", constantly feeling like, "Where's my food?" I forgot to pack me, I forgot me. So I'm either eating their snacks, which at the time they weren't that healthy, they're snacks, and I didn't know better then, or I'm just quickly eating out.0:22:03.7 CC: So, one thing I've done for myself and it's... And my purse is literally a backpack, it's half insulated, so it can hold in a little... A little ice pack thing, and then I keep food with me at all times. And then the other little section of the backpack is where I keep my wallet, my stuff. And so I literally, I have a backpack. And that's something I do for myself every day. I have food on hand, and I make sure I'm never in a situation where I don't have something prepared for myself. And if I'm out and about, and if I'm running short or if I didn't have time to... Which making that time is the best act of self-love I do for myself today, is making that time to make sure I have my smoothie in there, my snacks in there, whatever it is. I set myself up for success when in the food arena.0:23:01.3 CC: I never... That is my first and foremost. And if I'm out and about, I already know that I'm gonna go to a deli, either it's Sprouts, Whole Foods or... And I know what my go-tos are rather than... What I was programmed to do for the longest time is the drive-through or... So I know what my next best option is. 'Cause when I get in those moments of panic of... And I don't know I'm hangry until I'm totally my... That's the thing, when your sugar level drops so low, where you're in an oh shit mode and you know you're hungry... Know you're angry when you're in that drop level, that's when your cortisol levels spike, and that's when everything's out of whack. I have gone on that hamster wheel so many times, long enough to know that I won't do that to myself anymore.0:24:00.1 MZ: You know what I love about that and you just reminded me and how these days, I guess for the awareness that I have or that hangry, I know that hangry, that was a heavy thing for me back in the day, is now, if I'm going into a... If a circumstance with the boy's mom comes up or something, or perhaps with one of my kids or whoever, maybe... It's like, you know what... And I haven't eaten, it's like, "Hey, can I eat and then we can come back to this?" Prioritize that food that nourish, to bring down, right?0:24:38.1 CC: And I don't even ask anymore. I just eat when I need to. I'll be like, "Oh, I'm gonna have something to eat." And I offer and I like to have a little extra something 'cause I like to offer people. Because, I don't know, eating was always like this really awkward thing. You know, when you're eating in your car and someone's looking and you're... I don't know. For me, I was like, "Oh God". I have this weird thing around... But now I'm just... I'm okay with it, I need it. And you need it too.0:25:08.1 MZ: Yes. [laughter]0:25:09.7 CC: Here you go.0:25:11.8 MZ: Love that. Here, have a bite then let's talk.0:25:17.2 CC: Yeah.0:25:18.0 MZ: Dawn my ex wife, I think, you know Dawn, or the boys mom whatever. We're dear friends, but she was like, she started packing food for me 'cause I would get that hangry and she'd be like, "Eat." [laughter] So, I love that.0:25:34.0 CC: So those are my two, I wanted to have three in there, but two... Oh, and I guess number three would be to make sure you get no less than six hours of sleep. No less. And it's gonna be a little different for everybody, but that six to eight hours of sleep is... Even our cell phones, they die, we have to charge our cell phones. We are not... The expectation of myself to keep going and keep going and keep going, and it's not real, it's not fair, so my water, my food, and my sleep are crucial. And sometimes that looks like taking a 20-minute nap. Sometimes I'll pull over, 'cause if I'm feeling... I'm just so in tune now to where if I'm feeling like my energy level is... I like to keep it between my heart and my gut. My throat and my gut. If it's too high, careful, 'cause you're gonna come down and you're gonna feel a little you know... But if I'm too low, it's hard to get back up. It's hard. So I will literally pull over sometimes and just shut everything down, shut the phone down and I'll close my eyes for 10 minutes. Of course, you find a safe spot to do so.0:26:55.0 MZ: Yeah. Of course.0:26:55.8 CC: But I always pull in, I pull out my backpack and make sure I have water, I take... It's like a nutritional meditation. A lot of people meditate different ways. Moving meditation with extras, but that's my way of meditatively bringing it in. And what does your body need right now? If it's sleep, give it to her. [chuckle] And then I know... I used to think all this self-care stuff was selfish, but honestly, it's the best gift I can give to anybody I care about; my clients, my family, my kids. And yeah, me too, but all these things I wanna do, if I'm not doing these things, how the heck am I gonna show up for anybody else? So I just know that the people around me are gonna... I don't know, you kinda train people how to treat you. And it's just been a thing I've had to do for myself that it is who I am, I'm not afraid to eat, I have no shame in eating anymore, and that was a lot of work. 'Cause I was in the overweight. I've been in relationships where they monitored my weight or they made comments on my weight, and actually that made me revert into emotional eating even more. [chuckle] I do this for me, and I'm okay with it. That's the best advice I can say, is to take care of yourself enough so you can actually show up for all those situations the way you want to.0:28:37.6 MZ: Carisa, that was freaking amazing. Thank you so much. I think that that's a great place to end. Everybody listening and watching with us, if this interview with Carisa was fantastic, and you want to get even more content from Carisa, upgrade to the all-access pass for that bonus interview, 'cause we're gonna talk about more amazingness. Any final thoughts to share that we did not get a chance to cover?0:29:16.7 CC: I would just say, enjoy the journey. Love your body, period. You're right where you need to be. Sometimes those things you wanna do for yourself seem far-fetched, as far as in the health arena, but they're very possible, and I love just sharing all the ways that you can get there through nutrition and how that's really the base of it. So, that's it.0:29:46.5 MZ: Beautiful. Everybody, you can find Carisa at... She's got a Facebook group, an awesome Facebook group, she's gonna vet you just so you know, but it's called "Sober Sundays." So go to Facebook, search the Sober Sundays Facebook group, and she might graciously let you in. You can find Carisa at coachcarisa.com, and soberfitlife.com. Am I saying those... Did I get those right?0:30:15.6 CC: Soberfitlifecoach.com, that's that. And then from there, I have an Instagram link where you can follow me on Instagram or you can send me an email and you can ask any questions and I will get back to you, I answer all my emails. My website has a platform where you can just find different avenues to reach out to me.0:30:37.6 MZ: Fantastic. And quick in the... If you upgrade to the VIP all access pass, which the buttons either there, there or there, I'm not sure which yet, but Carisa graciously... She has a DNA, what do you call it? It's this DNA package where you'll get the DNA sequence and then build a best health program for them. Right?0:31:09.2 CC: Right.0:31:09.4 MZ: It's got four sessions. Normal price. Well, she's gonna heavily discount it, it's gonna include the DNA piece, so she'll help cover that for you.0:31:24.1 CC: And I think I'm gonna have to limit it to the first 10 people. Because it's a lot of time invested, it's a lot of time vested. We do a DNA, I register a kit with you as your coach, and we get a DNA swab and...0:31:42.7 MZ: What I'm gonna do... Oh, go ahead. Go. Finish, finish.0:31:45.8 CC: It helps us together, me and the client, whoever it is I'm working with, he or she, customize a nutrition plan, fitness plan and lifestyle plan, based on what works best for your body, how you metabolize carbs, how you metabolize certain fats, your exercise response system, everything. [chuckle]0:32:15.7 MZ: I might be the first of 10. Sounds amazing. So generous that you're offering it. So upgrade VIP all access pass. You can get unlimited access to all of these interviews, plus all the bonus interviews. Carisa, I'm gonna hit stop. Thank you so much and we'll see you in a minute for round two.[music]

WholeCEO With Lisa G Podcast
Lisa Goldenthal: How To Prioritize Self Love, Joy, Moderation & A Gratitude Challenge

WholeCEO With Lisa G Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 8:22


Recent studies prove that 62% of you feel stressed for the holidays. I hear the financial demands of the Season, family dynamics and maintaining a healthy routine can be stressful. To learn the 4 Steps to Prioritize Self-Love, Joy, Moderation and how to do the Gratitude Challenge, tune in to this episode!

The Running Explained Podcast
49: Running & Your Menstrual Cycle with Alyssa Olenick, PhD(c) (@littlelyssfitness)

The Running Explained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 72:59


Alyssa Olenick, PhD(c) of Little Lyss Fitness (@littlelyssfitness) join the show today to teach us all about our menstrual cycles, hormones, and our running and training! The physiology of the menstrual cycle How does this impact our performance? Periodizing our training around our cycle Periodizing our nutrition around our cycle What about hormonal contraception? Mastering the basics before worrying about "optimizing" What happens in menopause? Prioritize health, not performance & more! --

Powderkeg - Igniting Startups
#151: Why You Should Prioritize Culture at Your Startup

Powderkeg - Igniting Startups

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 40:16


Culture, when built correctly can be your key differentiator. When built incorrectly it can be your Achilles' heel. Today we do a deep dive into the founding story of Indianapolis darling startup Lessonly. Lessonly is a market leader in training software and was acquired by San Diego-based Seismic in 2021. We sit down with co-founders Max Yoder and Conner Burt to discuss Lessonly's development over the last decade and why culture has always been a North Star in the companies evolution. Max and Conner both started their professional career by means of the Orr Fellowship, a two-year, Indianapolis-based fellowship focused on developing the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs. Max began working on Lessonly after winding down his first startup. Conner was working in sales at ExactTarget (acquired by Salesforce) at the time. The two were roommates and Conner became an early adopter of the original Lessonly platform, where he used it to help train an international sales team of ExactTarget. Learn more about the Lessonly journey and hear the words of wisdom this dynamic duo has about growing a high-performing, venture-backed tech company. If you like this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes. You can also follow us on Soundcloud or Stitcher.

Simplify Your Life
Episode 150: How to Choose Yourself (How to Prioritize Yourself Over Others)

Simplify Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 10:40


► JOIN THE SECRET WAITLIST: https://bit.ly/thesecretwaitlist   In today's podcast episode, we're going to talk about how to choose yourself, and I'm going to share with you 5 practical tips on how to prioritize yourself over others.   ►  DOWNLOAD FREE CHEAT SHEET: https://coachsimona.com/free-resources   ►  CREATE A LIFE YOU WON'T NEED AN ESCAPE FROM: https://coachsimona.com/book    ►  JOIN THE WAITLIST FOR "THE QUEEN WITHIN": https://coachsimona.com/waitlist   ►  SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/coachsimona   ►  SUBSCRIBE TO THE SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE PODCAST: https://coachsimona.com/podcast

The Jimmy Rex Show
#312 - Jeremy Andrus - Thanksgiving Special - CEO Of Traeger Grills Discusses Navigating A Multi-Billion Dollar Company

The Jimmy Rex Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 49:18


Guest Bio:Jeremy Andrus is President & CEO of Traeger Grills and the former CEO of Skullcandy. He and a financial partner acquired Traeger in 2014 and transformed it from a small business into a billion dollar company that owns over 50% of the global grill market, largely due to Andrus's emphasis on the people and culture behind the company. During his tenure at Skullcandy, the company grew from $1 million in sales to $300 million and disrupted the headphone market in all the right ways. Jeremy was named EY Entrepreneur of the Year in 2016, MountainWest Capital Network Utah Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017, and was inducted into the Utah Technology Council Hall of Fame in 2018. Jeremy received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and B.A. from Brigham Young University. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife Kristin and their six children.

Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)
Prioritize Your Marriage

Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:36


This week I am encouraging you to make time for your marriage and sharing ideas for simple ways you can prioritize your marriage more. Snippet From the Show "What a gift to have that built in time to reconnect." For episode shownotes, text GIRLFRIENDS to 33-777 or visit www.ascensionpress.com/girlfriends.

Deskbound Therapy
Ep 50 - How to Use Flexible Dieting During The Holidays Ft. Jon Vlahogiannakos (@strongjonfitness)

Deskbound Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 56:34


In this episode of the Deskbound Therapy Podcast, I am joined by Weight Loss Coach Jon Vlahogiannakos. We talk about fitness, mobility, and food tracking to help you on your weight loss journey. He also shares some of his tips, tricks, and strategies on using flexible dieting to get the most of anything food-related this holiday season. These tips are pretty essential to help you avoid gaining too much weight, breaking your diet, or putting yourself back to square one in your journey to a healthy body.Jon grew up in the hockey world and played up to AAA and Junior A in his career. Instead of pursuing a career playing professionally, he switched gears and decided to focus on physical fitness.After completing a transformation on his own, he knew he could help others do the same. For years now, Jon has been helping people shed unwanted body fat, become stronger than ever, and get their confidence back like never before.You can reach Jon at:Website: http://strongjonfitness.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FitParentSquadIG: https://www.instagram.com/strongjonfitness/Show notes:[1:21] More about Jon[5:22] Flexible dieting[9:17] On dieting and training mistakes[9:58] The key principles of flexible dieting[13:55] Prioritize protein[23:50] Changing habits and diets during the holidays[24:05] Another quick testimonial from one of my clients[29:55] Instant gratification vs living in moderation[31:35] How Jon eats doughnuts but still stays fit[32:32] Food tracking[35:07] Strategies to stop mindless eating[40:25] What he recommends for people with busy schedules in terms of training[44:49] The importance of spacing out mobility throughout the day[48:55] Extreme workouts are not a must[51:55] What's new with Strong Jon Fitness[56:16] OutroFor online coaching inquiries and questions about my online programs, connect with me below.IG: https://www.instagram.com/DeskboundTherapyEmail: David@deskboundtherapy.comApply for Mobility Coaching: https://bit.ly/DBTCoaching2021

Productivity Tip of the Day
104 | Prioritize and Pivot

Productivity Tip of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:14


Prioritize and Pivot If you have a to-do list on your phone and a to-do list on your computer and a project management software with your team, it can feel a little bit scattered if you're trying to keep up with all those lists. You need to consolidate all of those lists into one place for yourself so you can see what is truly important and see everything in its place at a glance. This will help you persistently prioritize at any moment because what was important even two hours ago might not be important now. You need to complete the task with the most leverage for your success. Let's get to those tasks that matter right now instead of being stuck in busy work. The only way to get to the most important work is to put all your tasks together and then pivot toward what matters right now. I encourage you to consolidate all your lists so you can see everything in one place. You need to be able to prioritize all the time. Just because you made the plan doesn't mean you have to stick to the plan or execute it in the way you originally thought. Prioritize and Pivot. Ready, Set, Done ✅ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/productivitytip/message

Barbell Logic
Improved Recovery for Improved Gains

Barbell Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 39:24


Scott & Matt discuss recovery and how you can improve your recovery, because though most people don't give themselves enough stress others may go too far in the other direction and now recover enough, which ultimately holds them back from the gains they desire. Recovery is the opposite or absence of stress. The top two sources of recovery are rest and food. Let's discuss these. A huge area of rest that people often fall short of ideal is sleep. Here are some sleep tips: 8 hours Same wake & bed time every day (including the weekend) No electronics or light (especially blue light ) right before bed Use your CPAP is you have one If you can't get 8 hours of sleep, try to nap Food and nutrition depends on your goals and bodyfat, but here are some eneral tips: Prioritize protein: 150g for females & 200g for males every day (and there are outliers) Adequate calories (gaining weight--surplus; losing weight, small deficit) Carbohydrates: enough and--if attempting to lose weight--consume before your workout A glass of whole milk can be a good way to add calories to your meal and get in a surplus if you're looking to gain weight In addition to food and sleep, ensure you're resting long enough between sets (depending on available time, at least 5 minutes for lower body exercises). Allow yourself to do smaller weight jumps--at least 2.5lb jumps, especially for the upper body. Lastly, consider your total stress. This might be other exercise or physical activity. This might be life stress (relationships, work, etc.). Your total stress affects your ability to recover from lifting stress, so limit it insofar as you can.  GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans.  No discount code needed and includes a 10-day, no obligation trial.  https://bit.ly/2MKeOoh Special offers from BLOC and our partners:  https://barbell-logic.com/offers/ Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram The Website Barbell Logic on Facebook podcast@barbell-logic.com   

Thinner Peace in Menopause
Ep 294: Prioritize Your Wellbeing by Letting Go of People-Pleasing

Thinner Peace in Menopause

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 26:48


Thanksgiving is this week and amongst all the celebrations and food, I challenge you to be more mindful and watch yourself. In this episode, I share one of my clients' realization that her insistent need to please other people came to her own detriment and how her life and relationship with food changed for the better once she started asking herself what she wanted. Get the full show notes and information here: https://drdebbutler.com/294

Hack My Business
How To Plan & Prioritize For Success with Tony Whatley Founder of 365 Driven Episode 33

Hack My Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 43:04


When it comes to planning a new business, prioritizing is key. Today we welcome onto the show a very special guest, Tony Whatley, a best selling author, creator, podcaster, and startup entrepreneur. Tony is best known as the co-founder of LS1Tech, an online automotive community with over 300,000 members that sold for millions! He has taken on the role of entrepreneur since he was a young kid but today he shares what source of inspiration led him to take action and find his success in business. With a dedication to integrity, Tony lets us in on his hacks for assuring you can scale your business and find success. Tune in to find out how you can take your passion and mold it into a business that can grow with you.    More from Tony Whatley:  Visit 365driven.com & ls1tech.com   Read SideHustle Millionaire  Listen to 365 Driven Finding Tony Whatley: LinkedIn: @Tony Whatley Instagram: @365driven Facebook:@365 Driven Entrepreneurs  Youtube: @365 Driven   More From Jesse & Sid:  Visit https://www.smallbusinessfront.com/ LinkedIn: Small Business Front LinkedIn: Jesse Torres, Founder-SBF LinkedIn: Sid Voorakkara, CEO-SBF Instagram: @smallbizfront Twitter & Facebook: @SmallBizFront To join our community and get the most up-to-date resources and information for YOUR small business visit our NEW website: https://www.smallbusinessfront.com *Tell us what hack you're applying to YOUR business in the review section of Apple Podcasts and we'll give you and your biz a shout out in an upcoming episode! *Thank you for listening and please share the show or an episode you love with your favorite small business! We believe that when you succeed we all succeed, so let's share the knowledge and resources!

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
1690: Eight Holiday Hacks to Prevent Fat Gain

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 40:49


MInd Pump Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Economists and technologists have ignored the qualitative metrics that influence our psychological motivations involved in transportation“These reductionist metrics effectively treat humans as though they were freight, they turned transport into a logistics problem which free of psychology” – Rory SutherlandGoogle maps only provide route options for speed and price, why not ease and beauty?We are hitting the law of diminishing returns in the correlation between punctuality and passenger happinessReasoning can be wrong even when it leads to the correct conclusionPeople commonly obey without knowing why they obeyPeople don't revert back from technology once they are persuaded to accept it“There is a certain category of technology which isn't self-explanatory but is self-revelatory” – Rory Sutherland“One reason political polarization tends to be confined to the young and(/or) stupid is this: anyone over 35 possessed of any observational nous has noticed that there is no correlation between political allegiance and basic decency as a human being”– Rory Sutherlandrecent tweetRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode Sal, Adam & Justin cover eight ways to successfully avoid packing on fat over the holidays. Eight Holiday Objective Strategies to Prevent Fat Gain. (3:12) #1 – You bring a healthy dish. (4:05) #2 – Organize family physical activity. (6:28) #3 – Fast before the holiday meal and after. (11:37) #4 – Prioritize essential macronutrients. (16:07) #5 – Be present. (21:53) #6 – Wait 15 minutes before you get seconds. (27:22) #7 – Invite your family for a nice walk after dinner. (29:29) #8 – Politely decline unnecessary leftovers. (32:08) Bonus: Manage your alcohol consumption. (35:30) Related Links/Products Mentioned November Promotion: MAPS Anywhere and the Fit Mom Bundle – Both 50% off! **Promo code “NOVEMBER50” at checkout** Visit Paleo Valley for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “Mindpump15” at checkout for 15% discount** Delicious end to 2020: Average American expects to gain 7 pounds this holiday season Is Fasting Effective? - Mind Pump Blog The Warrior Diet: Switch on Your Biological Powerhouse For High Energy, Explosive Strength, and a Leaner, Harder Body Why do we Need Protein? - Mind Pump Blog Why Spiritual Awareness Means Physical Health – Mind Pump Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources  

Intimate Covenant Podcast - biblical perspective for a fuller marriage and extraordinary sex

In this episode, Matt & Jenn discuss how to keep your relationship and your sex life from freezing over during the busy holiday season.Protect your spouse. Make sure they know that you've got their back. Approach your extended families with an “us vs. them” mentality.Prioritize your spouse and your relationship. You absolutely MUST make time to continue to connect with your spouse, even at the expense of making others happy - even your kids.Plan ahead so that you are prepared to overcome challenges to your sex life during this holiday season. Announcing Covenant Club! -- launching January 2022. Sign up during prelaunch and get the first three months for FREE!  www.intimatecovenant.com/members To send your comments, questions and suggestions, go to our website: www.intimatecovenant.com/podcast and click on the button: “Connect with the Podcast” for an ANONYMOUS submission form. Or, send an email: podcast@intimatecovenant.com  Thanks for sharing, rating and subscribing!  Cherishing, Matt & Jenn PS - If you are interested in bringing Matt & Jenn to your church or small group to speak about the beauty of God's plan for marriage and sexuality, please contact us: podcast@intimatecovenant.com www.intimatecovenant.com Intimate Covenant | Matt & Jenn Schmidt

friends on FIRE
#124 | The Modern FImily - A retired family of 4 living happily on $30K a year

friends on FIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 47:29


Court and Nic are a married couple with two beautiful children, living retired in Canada on about $30K a year.  We discuss a wide range of topics with Court from Modern FImily:How she was raised financiallyHow she first learned about financial independencePaying off $65K in loans dring 2.5 yearsFinding your people and community and how it leads to further optimizationsHer frugal lifestyle and some of her approaches and tips for saving moneyHow to save money while still socializing and making connections with friendsHow to continue to cut costs while not depriving yourself along the wayHow they save on the top three expense categories; housing, transportation, and foodHow they spend less than $30K a year as a familyHow to hack your life to save moneyThe excitement and pleasure of finding a good deal versus spending moneyQuestioning why we're all working so hard to buy fancy things just to have to keep working a grind for 30 or 40 yearsHow to have a meaningful life without having to break the bank on itThe power of compounding interestThe difference between frugal and cheapThe importance of downtimeBeing a valuist - figuring out what brings value to you and your life and then cutting out the rest and the fluff.  Being a valuist is getting your spending in line with what you value.How they make friends in their early retirement lifestyleHer billboard sign: Prioritize your most precious resource, time!Show ReferencesMr. Money Mustache's blogModern FImily blogModern FImily on Instagram

WE ARE THE SHT ;)
175 | Navigating the holidays and maintaining your gains

WE ARE THE SHT ;)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 28:38


You've worked hard for your health improvements over the year! Maintain what you've gained so you're not starting over at the first of the year! Listen to this YouTube video or listen anywhere you listen to podcasts including our podcast site here. The 3 most important things to focus on as you navigate the holidays: Real food nutrition. Make real food choices no matter where you go. Sleep. Prioritize sleep to the best of your abilities. Moving most days (fitness). We did a great Fitness Foundations video recently. Keep those things going to any degree and you'll be doing pretty good. Here's a solid 5-step process for maintaining your gains. Think about what you want, create an intention for your health and self over the holidays. Identify and acknowledge your obstacles. Just acknowledging your obstacles makes it easier to navigate them. Stick to your routine, even when you don't feel like it. This includes getting some early wins in the day. Visualize specific situations and how you will handle them. A little intention goes a long ways. Determine cutoff times and amounts for indulgences, rise time, bed time, and other things. Check out our website where we now have a few options to engage with us: Visit superhumantransformation.com and download the free PDF on Debunking Conventional Wisdom and Status Quo with Truth-Based Solutions. Schedule a FREE Discovery Call to see if you qualify for Masterful Health Coaching. Join our amazing online community SuperHumans United. Education with the right information, experience and experiments, and the love and support of others.  

Founder's Journal
Mental Models #5: How To Prioritize Time & Tasks To Enhance Your Work (Classic)

Founder's Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 14:09


I've always been fascinated by great workers and their ability to prioritize their work effectively. Today, I take you though the prioritization strategies of a myriad of professionals that you can test and add to your professional toolkit. Check out the full transcript at https://foundersjournal.morningbrew.com to learn more, and if you have any ideas for our show, email me at alex@morningbrew.com or my DMs are open @businessbarista.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

CBS Eye on Money
How to Prioritize Savings Goals

CBS Eye on Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 17:52


Young family living in a new city with new jobs, what should the priorities be in terms of getting on track and saving for retirement? Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ryan's Method: Passive Income Podcast
PRIORITIZE SELLING ON THESE PRINT ON DEMAND PLATFORMS, IN THIS ORDER!

Ryan's Method: Passive Income Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 18:51


In this episode I assign priority to each print on demand marketplace. There are many great opportunities to make passive income selling POD products, but time is money & not all of them are created equal. I recommend prioritizing establishing yourself on the marketplaces with the greatest potential!

Summit Life with J.D. Greear
We Prioritize the Gospel Above All

Summit Life with J.D. Greear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 24:58


The gospel alone transforms us, empowers us, unites us, propels us. This is why the Apostle Paul puts the gospel in a special class all by itself—because a church without the gospel at the center is a church without power.

Advancing Health
Community Investment Series: How CommonSpirit Health & Trustees Prioritize and Implement Strategy

Advancing Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 10:57


Community Investment, otherwise known as place-based investment, helps create the social and physical environments that support community health over the long term. In the final episode of the series, Gary Yates, M.D., board of stewardship trustees at CommonSpirit Health discusses the community investment at CommonSpirit Health and the Board of Stewardship Trustees, including directing and championing their work and helping to develop measures and metrics to track progress. Learn more about this series at https://www.aha.org/center/population-health/community-investment-health/conversations

San Diego News Matters
Special: 'Recovering engineer' explains why streets prioritize cars over pedestrians

San Diego News Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 32:15


In this special bonus episode of San Diego news Now: Chuck Marohn is president of the nonprofit Strong Towns and author of the new book "Confessions of a Recovering Engineer," in which he picks apart everything that he sees wrong with his profession. Too often, he says, streets are designed to accommodate as many cars as possible at the fastest speed possible. Pedestrian and bike safety are often an afterthought. KPBS metro reporter Andrew Bowen spoke with Marohn ahead of his planned talk on Thursday, Nov. 18 at the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park.

Scale Your Small Business
81 - Survival of the Fittest: Operating an Evolving Business w/ Wes Harper

Scale Your Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 29:56


Welcome back to the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom. This week, we're having a discussion with a true survivalist and business owner, Wes Harper. Wes has appeared three times on Discovery Channel's hit show, Naked and Afraid, and is the President of a successful IT solutions operation, LightWire, Inc.    The show Wes appeared on, Naked and Afraid, is an exercise in true survivalism. Dropped in a remote area with little resources (and no clothes) to survive with a partner for upwards of 40 days. This test of physical strength is only surpassed by the mental fortitude required to thrive under such harsh conditions. The mental attitude you have, Wes says, can be applied to both survival and business ownership. Being stubborn and being positive are two of the most important traits you can have in both situations. The truth is, you're going to fail constantly. Business ownership, especially small businesses, requires a certain amount of grit and persistence to be successful. In the same way a survival mentality can help with businesses success, it can go the other way as well. Being in small business ownership for nearly 20 years allowed Wes to build up the mental toughness he needed to succeed.    Specifically, this experience forces one to consider what is and what isn't truly important. Much like survival, it's about prioritization. As you grow, you may find yourself in a situation where you've outgrown people you've had as clients in the past. Some clients are not worth the energy and effort you're putting forth. Once you make the mental prioritization, understanding it's costing more than you're getting, everything improves. Once you know your target audience, you know not to answer the door when it's not them knocking.    LightWire, Inc is one of the fastest-growing IT companies in North Carolina. For a flat fee, they provide IT services, including wireless systems, email, servers, and cloud services. Founded in 1996, technology has evolved, and it's evolved quickly--LightWire has evolved alongside it. Change is the only constant--it's about changing as tech changes.    Cyber attacks are getting worse. In just North Carolina, millions--sometimes billions of dollars are lost in blackouts caused by cybersecurity attacks alone. And it doesn't matter the size of your business--if you store data, you're a target. There are a few simple things you can do to make sure you're safe. First, go to your box store and purchase a reliable firewall. Make sure you're amply supported with updates and management. Secondly, back your data up often. If you're hacked and your data is backed up, you're set. Finally, we are our own worst enemies with cybersecurity. Have antivirus and antimalware installed, and educate yourself on what to watch out for. Phishing and hacking attacks are getting smarter, and so should you. If you get an email you're unsure of, call them. Just call them and say, "Did you send me this email?" That will save you more hassle than you could ever imagine. On top of that, consider self-evaluating every 6 months to find any holes that may have appeared in your security.    Key Takeaways   Operating a small business is all about a survival mentality. Adapt and evolve!  Prioritize what is going to serve you and your business best. If it's not your ideal client knocking at the door, don't answer. Take your cybersecurity seriously. Back up your data and make sure you have antimalware and antivirus software installed.    LINKS   https://lightwireinc.com/

San Diego News Matters
Why streets prioritize cars over pedestrians

San Diego News Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 22:00


A self-professed recovering engineer critiques the design of modern roads. Meanwhile, it's National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. Father Joe's Villages and Mission Federal Credit Union are partnering to bring awareness to these pressing issues in San Diego. Plus, with the COP26 climate conference finished, global leaders now have the task of following up on ambitious promises made to help fight climate change.

Taxgirl
71: How to Beat Burnout & Prioritize Employees' Health and Wellbeing

Taxgirl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:45


The past year has taken a huge toll on both tax professionals and taxpayers, something Taxgirl talks about frequently. According to a 2021 survey from Robert Half, more than 44% of employees say they are more burned out on their jobs today than they were a year ago. Employers and employees are seeking all kinds of solutions to burnout and the labor shortage.  “People want to work in peace, not in pieces.” In today's age of workplace burnout, retaining happy and healthy employees is more important than ever. On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Iralma Pozo to discuss how tax professionals can prioritize their wellbeing to curb burnout. Iralma is an independent consultant with more than 15 years of financial expertise, and an adjunct lecturer in Accounting at John Jay College in New York. She is an active member of the New York State Society of CPAs, and most of her experience is in the not-for-profit sector, having held financial leadership and public accounting related roles. She has also worked for the IRS, and has experience working with entrepreneurs, small businesses, and the real estate and insurance sectors.    Listen to Kelly and Iralma talk about burnout and workplace wellbeing:What does Iralma think the tax code and related provisions can offer taxpayers, and how can tax professionals remain fulfilled and excited about their careers? Working from home (and spending more leisure time at home) means we are sitting more often than we used to. Iralma and Kelly talk about how standing desks, the benefits of carpet, and going for walks can all impact a person's mental wellbeing and productivity. How much of an employee's wellbeing falls on the employer? What items, practices, or trainings are truly “essential” to efficient and healthy remote work?  What are the tax credits and/or benefits available to businesses to help them make employees most comfortable and prepared in such trying times? So many businesses say they've already accommodated everything they thought could be useful, so what else is there to help put their employees at ease? What are some things employers can do to turn things around for their employees? Iralma references Section 139, to start. Kelly says, happy employees are productive employees.  Where does mental health and mental illness factor into employee wellbeing? Iralma talks about the remaining stigma with mental health, and what employers can do to bridge that gap. Iralma says, “Employers should be looking at supporting the whole person.” What does that mean for all aspects of an employee's work? Does it mean cutting down on meetings, covering therapy costs, offering more flexible hours? How can companies take into account “modern day living,” as Iralma calls it, and what can be done to ease the pressure on employees? Some companies like Bloomberg have started to offer anonymous tiered benefits (such as therapy) that have levels available to the employee without cost out of pocket. How are these services impacting the employee's wellbeing, for better or worse? How are these services being communicated?  How can employers simplify their accommodations and benefits to their employees? So many employees say they weren't aware of certain benefits or didn't know they could submit a certain expense. Whether it's regular emails or an annual follow-up, HR departments can remind their employees of the benefits available to them.  “Employers need to start incentivizing people by the results and the value, not just the utilization rates and the facetime,” Iralma says. People have new priorities these days, and when employers don't respect those, it contributes to stress and burnout.  How can employers reshape the notion of “fun” or “perks” into self care, while maintaining the same level of priority and respect for employees that desire those aspects? Ultimately, employers are dealing with real people. Different...

Next Level Leaders
115| How To Handle Difficult Tasks

Next Level Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 13:40


What have you tried when it comes to getting the more difficult tasks done? Do you have an ongoing list of things you have pushed off or are still waiting on completing? Nichole shares what has worked for her, maybe it will work for you, too. www.nicholeharrop.com

Inspired Intentions Podcast
97. Five-Minute Focus: Why You Need to Prioritize You

Inspired Intentions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 5:17


If you are like most people, you may live with an unconscious feeling that the more you do for other people, the happier you will feel. Unfortunately, this expectation is problematic because when you do more and more for others, the more disappointed you actually feel. Here's how and why you need to prioritize yourself.

Advancing Health
Community Investment Series: How Trinity Health & Trustees Prioritize and Implement Strategy

Advancing Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 19:23


Community Investment, otherwise known as place-based investment, helps create the social and physical environments that support community health over the long term. In the fourth episode of the series Kevin Barnett, board of trustees of Trinity Health discusses Trinity Health and the Board of Trustees' community investment, including directing and championing their work and helping to develop measures and metrics to track progress. Learn more about this series at https://www.aha.org/center/population-health/community-investment-health/conversations

No BS Sales School
140: Squirrels, Deer And Elephants — How to Prioritize Clients

No BS Sales School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 13:02


HIGHLIGHTS00:58 A story of a man who hunts squirrels, deer, and elephants02:50 See clients and prospects as any one of these animals06:17 Dilute the elephants, find the deer, raise prices with squirrels 09:42 Grab your customer list and identify the squirrels, deer, or elephants10:20 4 questions to ask your deer clients QUOTES03:56 "The first thing that happens in the cycle of an elephant is, the first thing they'll do is go for scope creep, which means, hey, can you do this service for us at no extra charge?"06:17 "I want you to consider anybody that's more than say 20, maybe 25% of your revenue, I want you to consider them an elephant. I don't want you to fire them necessarily, but I want you to know that those are ones you have to dilute." 06:41 "Deer are the ones that are right in your sweet spot. You can handle them very well with the infrastructure that you had. Let's pretend you had somewhere in between 12 and, could be depending on your business, a hundred of them. You'd have a hell of a nice business."07:16 "Deer, they need to be lots in your marketplace. They need to be easy to find. Doesn't mean they're easy to close, but they're easy to find. They work within their realm that you have. They're appreciative of what you have and it doesn't cost you a whole lot more money to take care of them."08:14 "People are comfortable and are effective at referring you to people like themselves or smaller. So deer customers will refer you to other deer customers. Squirrels beget squirrels beget squirrels beget squirrels."Where to find Walker:LinkedInTwitterInstagramwww.walkermckay.com

Live on Purpose Radio
How to schedule your priorities rather than prioritize your schedule

Live on Purpose Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 30:41


Rob Shallenberger joins Dr. Paul Jenkins for this episode of Live On Purpose Radio. As the co-author of Do What Matters Most: Lead with a Vision, Manage with a Plan, Prioritize Your Time, Rob knows...

The Strong Coach Podcast
Money Problems?

The Strong Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 43:17


Most coaches struggle with time management. We all have the same time in the day. Our coaches know how to leverage their time and energy so they can get the most out of their time. In this episode, Ben and I shared simple strategies and principles that will help you make the most out of your day and allow you to have more freedom and success in your life. Without clarity and direction in your business, how can you determine whether or not your strategy is effective? Prioritize your vision and set your course! Get your 6 figure coaching foundation. Scroll down and click “Get Free Access”https://www.thestrongcoach.com On social media, we share how to grow your coaching business. Follow us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Education/The-Strong-Coach-1836711473110013 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thestrongcoach Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mike_bledsoe Twitter - https://twitter.com/michaelbledsoe?lang=en The fitness industry sidelines great coaches by distracting clients with unhealthy expectations on Instagram, magazines, movies, and more. The Strong Coach programs guide coaches to stand out by becoming world-class so they can get life-changing results for their clients. Head to our site and click “Become a Strong Coach” for a free call that will answer your questions. https://www.thestrongcoach.com

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
7 Reasons Why You Stopped Losing Weight on Keto - Ben Azadi KKP: 334

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 22:01


Discover how to break a weight loss plateau on keto with 7 easy to follow steps. If you've been wondering why you are not losing weight on keto, this video is for you.

touch point podcast
TP249 - What is ROMI (and Does it Differ from ROI)?

touch point podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 61:52


In this episode, hosts Reed Smith and Chris Boyer are back to talking about ROI again, and sharing the differences between true ROI, ROMI and ROAS - the three stepbrothers of marketing measurement - and share the basics of Marketing ROI to outlining the activities needed to measure marketing impacting. They are joined by Dan Small, Senior Director of Digital Strategy at Hartford HealthCare, who shares his organization's journey to ROI.  Mentions from the Show: The Basics of Marketing ROI Evaluating the effectiveness of advertising campaigns: ROMI, ROI and ROAS Three Activities to Prioritize for Maximum Marketing ROI in 2021 Dan Small on LinkedIn Find Us Online:  Touchpoint on Twitter Reed Smith Twitter Chris Boyer Twitter Chris Boyer website

Sales Hustle
#190 S2 Episode 59 - Tips on More Productive Prospecting

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 6:29


Book Your Free Revenue First Podcast Strategy here!Get Your Free Vidyard Account & State of Virtual Selling Report here!Claim Your Free 200 Leads here!HIGHLIGHTS00:18 Prioritize your efforts in prospecting02:00 Key aspects that salespeople struggle with03:17 Put some manual tasks on top of the automated process04:26 Follow your own version of a script  QUOTES 00:23 "Prioritize your prospecting efforts. And what I mean by that is you wanna prioritize your prospecting with let's say your warmer prospects. These could be inbound leads, connected from Linkedin, these could be leads that opened your email multiple times. I would highly suggest that you prioritize those."02:05 "You really wanna go into it with a mindset of really trying to add value. Have a good solid value proposition where you're trading something that's of value for their time so they're equally excited to have the conversation, to want to move forward."03:51 "Something that shows that you really care and you do wanna help them, and it also positions you as an expert as the person to help them with that particular thing. So find a way that you can layer in some tasks into your sequences that are manual."04:40 "Have a good solid talk track so that when they do pick up the phone, you know exactly what you're gonna say, how you're gonna say it, and how you're going to move that conversation forward. So be prepared when you are hammering the phone."If you enjoy the Sales Transformation Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback. Please make sure to rate us and leave a review on Apple. Learn more about Collin in the link below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris.

The Capitol Pressroom
Environmental advocates urge state to prioritize all-electric homes

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 14:57


Nov. 9, 2021 - Environmentalists are calling on Gov. Kathy Hochul to transition 2 million homes to energy-efficient, all-electric residences by 2030, in order to make a dent in the state's greenhouse gas emissions, according to Lisa Marshall, of Mothers Out Front NY, and Sonal Jessel, of WE ACT for Environmental Justice.

Business Tao with George Kao
Which social media platform should we prioritize for our business?

Business Tao with George Kao

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 18:33


This is a segment from the Social Media Mindset Webinar: https://www.GeorgeKao.com/SocialMedia (https://www.GeorgeKao.com/SocialMedia)

Social Media Decoded
Why You Should Prioritize Building a Community Over Getting Followers

Social Media Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 10:36


When building a brand on social media, building a community is essential for growth.  Your following is more than just a number. Each follower is a small part of the community your brand is creating.  Rather than focusing on the number of followers, focus on building relationships with existing followers to grow organically.In other words, build a community and the followers will come. In today's episode, we chat all about it! Support the show (https://paypal.me/Thamesmediasolutions?locale.x=en_US)

Talk Bookish To Me
How to Prioritize Your TBR [and the value of a DNF]

Talk Bookish To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 15:22


Today, is the very first mini episode of Talk Bookish to Me. I discuss ways to prioritize your TBR and share the value of a DNF. I hope your TBR is ready, because I walk you through the process step by step, and the end results will set you up for success! - - - - - - - - - Email: talkbookishpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkbookishpodcast YouTube: https://bit.ly/3tx08dR YouTube (personal): https://www.youtube.com/user/BeautifulBooksbyGwen --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk-bookish-to-me/support

How To Business In Show Business
Reality vs Expectation of (moving to market) Pt2

How To Business In Show Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 31:14


Are you prepared for the reality vs expectation of moving to a major market? Michael Wordly shares his perspective on the topic. Things to look out for and consider when making the choices. Working smarter and not harder. Believer, family member, friend, actor/artist, and fitness enthusiasts Michael Wordly is a working actor whose love of the arts came when he watched the three mole tenors on pbs Greatest performances. Having most recently finished the title role of Lola at the Paramount theatre. Part two: Coming up with a budget plan Prioritize the audition life/ side hustle Roommate situations HTBISB SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.businessinshowbusiness.com/about https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8mcu6Cu/ https://www.instagram.com/htbisb/

Motherhood in Black & White
Should you prioritize your partner over your kids?

Motherhood in Black & White

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 28:43


Many mothers instinctively feel a need to put their children first - before other relationships and themselves.  This episode, Kaanji and Tara share the challenges that they have had with prioritizing their marriages during motherhood, and some ways that they have learned to make time and space for their partners. Join us for the conversation. Connect with us:Clubhouse: @Kaanji and @TaraallyceBecome a Podcast Patron: www.patreon.com/blackandwhitemomcastIG:@blackandwhitemomcastKaanji: @Kaanji_irbyTara: @Tatstar

The Strong Coach Podcast
Creating An Irresistible Offer

The Strong Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 71:10


Without clarity and direction in your business, how can you determine whether or not your strategy is effective? Prioritize your vision and set your course! Get your 6 figure coaching foundation. Scroll down and click “Get Free Access”https://www.thestrongcoach.com On social media, we share how to grow your coaching business. Follow us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Education/The-Strong-Coach-1836711473110013 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thestrongcoach Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mike_bledsoe Twitter - https://twitter.com/michaelbledsoe?lang=en The fitness industry sidelines great coaches by distracting clients with unhealthy expectations on Instagram, magazines, movies, and more. The Strong Coach programs guide coaches to stand out by becoming world-class so they can get life-changing results for their clients. Head to our site and click “Become a Strong Coach” for a free call that will answer your questions. https://www.thestrongcoach.com

THE BRENDON SHOW
How to Prioritize Your Life

THE BRENDON SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:02


As high performers, we often feel the need to be working on multiple projects at once. While that is great to strive for, if you aren't careful you can quickly lead to feeling overwhelmed, drained, and a sense of guilt for not getting everything done in time. In this episode, learn what to do when you're feeling overwhelmed on accomplishing all of your projects in time, and how to revitalize yourself so you continue to feel as much joy as possible. “Don't feel guilty about prioritizing your life. If that means you need to push projects into January or February that is totally okay. Don't hate yourself because you're not getting everything done all the time.” If you'd like to equip yourself with the tools to overcome physical and emotional overwhelm, this episode is for you! 5 Recommendations: 1. Get the GrowthDay app for all your personal development in one place:  https://growthday.com 2. Read my bestselling book, High Performance Habits: https://amzn.to/2vhf82C 3. Get the High Performance System online (the full course and assessment!): https://www.growthday.com/hps-v4 4. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brendonburchard 5. Text me at 1-503-212-6125!

Get Your Life Back in Rhythm
Dr. Day’s 13 Simple Weight Loss Tips That Actually Work

Get Your Life Back in Rhythm

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 23:10


13 Simple Weight Loss Tips That Actually Work Authored by Kate Clemens with Dr. John Day As Dr. Day revealed in his book, The Longevity Plan, he has struggled to maintain a healthy weight since high school. Indeed, 84% of all Americans report that they have tried to lose weight. Below are our 13 simple weight loss tips that actually work for us and our patients. 1. Diets Don't Work, Lifestyles Do You go on a diet and then you go off the diet--Diets were never meant to be long-term solutions. The goal is to find a way of eating that you can maintain for the rest of your life. So the next time you commit to "eating healthy," ask yourself can I eat like this for the rest of my life? If the answer is "no," then you're doomed to fail. You need a lifestyle or way of eating that you can easily maintain until you turn 100. 2. Faithfully Follow Dr. Day's 3 Rules to Eating As there is so much confusion as to what is healthy eating, Dr. Day's approach is to give his patients 3 simple rules to follow. And if you can just follow these 3 easy rules to eating, then you are 90% of the way there to healthy eating. First, minimize or avoid any added sugars. We do not need these! Real whole fruits are naturally occurring sugars, these do not count. Second, minimize or avoid processed foods. If it comes from a box, can, package, fast food window, etc. it is processed. You do not need these "foods." The more natural you eat the better. Third, eat as many non-starchy vegetables as you can. The more variety in the color of your vegetables the better. 3. Find What Works for You There is no one perfect diet for everyone. Just because "keto" worked for your friend doesn't mean it will work for you. For example, everyone says exercising first thing in the morning is best as it will help you to eat healthy all day long. Dr. Day found that exercising in the morning just made him hungry all day long. So for Dr. Day, he can control his eating by exercising late in the afternoon or after dinner. You are so wonderfully individual. While there are certainly a lot of health "guidelines" out there, these guidelines may or may not help you. Have fun, experiment, and be true to yourself. Remember the ONLY person you should ever compare yourself to is the person you were yesterday. 4. Crash Diets Crash Your Metabolism Have you ever wondered what happens to the “biggest losers” on reality TV shows? When the cameras stop rolling, do their incredible transformations stick? Not usually. Researchers have found, in fact, that these contestants' crash diets send their metabolism into a tailspin, making long-term weight maintenance nearly impossible. In most cases, the weight comes right back and, even six years later, their metabolism is slower than it was before they started filming. This is what scientists call “metabolic adaptation” and is something you definitely want to avoid. No matter where you are in all facets of your life, getting to where you want to be is not supposed to happen overnight. After all, you probably put the weight on at a pace of 1 to 2 pounds a year. Do not be afraid of achieving your goals slowly and mindfully, just be sure you are moving forward! We are aiming for progress, not perfection. 5. Have a Daily Plan We do not plan to fail, we fail to plan. This is a well-known quote for a good reason. Set yourself up for success! Figure out 5-minute ‘planning window' either each Sunday or the night before to sketch out what your food week or food day will look like. For example, as Dr. Day is surrounded by unlimited free treats at every nurse station or the doctor's dining lounge in the hospital, he has to plan out a daily "healthy treat." Without a prepared "healthy treat" in his laptop bag, he'll feel deprived and devour the unhealthy ones at his hospital. Prioritize self-care as much as you prioritize work. Believe me, it will make you that much more efficient! 6.

The Ultimate Health Podcast
437: Eat This Way to Overcome Anxiety & Depression | Liana Werner-Gray

The Ultimate Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 79:31


Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/lianawernergray437 Liana Werner-Gray (IG: @lianawernergray) is a certified nutritionist and natural-health advocate. After she experienced the power of healing multiple health issues by embracing a natural lifestyle, she created The Earth Diet and started lecturing and teaching internationally. Liana's recipes have helped people with acne, anxiety, diabetes, depression, heart disease, obesity, and more. She is the resident nutritionist at Complete Wellness in New York City. Liana's latest book is Anxiety-Free with Food. In this episode, we discuss: Growing up in the Australian Outback, learning to live off the land from the Aboriginals Liana's addiction to processed food before having a major wake-up call Being influenced by her parents unique lifestyles Finding a tumor in her neck at age 21 Get multiple opinions when dealing with cancer Bloodwork can show early stages of cancer Breaking free of addiction The gut-healing & detox protocol recommended by Liana's naturopath Just eat real foods + juicing Using replacement therapy to fight food cravings From feeling like a failure to feeling empowered Prioritize your health and ask for help Liana's miraculous healing journey Creating The Earth Diet Juicing helped her mother remain cancer-free Make sure your supplements are the highest quality One of the causes of depression & anxiety is an omega-3 deficiency Getting bloodwork to rule out deficiencies Drinking a green juice every day Dark chocolate is high in magnesium The top 10 foods to help with anxiety & depression Dairy & gluten are the most neurotoxic foods on the planet Caffeine is on the controversial list Will CBD work for you or not? Research shows vegans suffer more from mental health conditions Ashwagandha was a game changer for Liana Show sponsors: Organifi