Its Our Expansion Era. Letting Go Of Your Anger & Prioritizing your Peace: Dive in with I Missed Me's Mafe Azures All things Mafe Azures and I Missed Me Podcast Here Join the Soul In Progress Community Now! https://login.circle.so/checkout/soul-cial-media-community-access?request_host=soul-in-progress.circle.so All the other things! 17 pages, 30 days worth of prompts, 6 unique healing techniques you probably have never tried before. Get It Now Click Here: Evolution: The Shadow Work Guided Journal Buy My Alignment course here: https://soul-in-progress.yourstage.io/courses 30 days worth of shadow work journal prompts for 4.44: https://stan.store/soulinprogress Follow Kela on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/sundazedkk/ Follow Skinny Dipping Diaries the podcast page on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/skinnydippingdiaries/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast
In this week's Aspire to lead episode, Dr. Tyler Cook discusses how there is a leader inside each one of us. Whether at work or inside the front doors of your home, you have influence and set an example through the life you live. That is why the call for true authentic leaders is greater than ever. Join us as we discuss: Understanding your core values Increasing self-awareness Building relational support systems Welcoming feedback into your life Fostering growth within those you lead Prioritizing your life And his new book, Building Authenticity About Dr. Tyler Cook: Dr. Tyler Cook is the Principal of Klein Elementary School in the Harbor Creek School District in Erie, PA. He is also a speaker, coach, and the co-author of “Building Authenticity: A Blueprint for the Leader Inside You,” written with Todd Nesloney. Tyler is passionate about developing high-impact leaders who will grow their schools and students into their fullest potential. From fostering healthy cultures to empower others to lead, Tyler believes that there is greatness inside every person, and it is the privilege of leaders to unlock it. Follow Dr. Tyler Cook: Website: www.drtylercook.com Twitter: @drtylercook Instagram: @drtylercook Facebook: @drtylercook Linkedin: @drtylercook https://www.amazon.com/Building-Authenticity-Blueprint-Leader-Inside/dp/B0BW2PPTWP?&linkCode=ll1&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=1115012ba901a9624a382cbfe8a8e5f6&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Supporting the Podcast! Have you ever thought about supporting the Aspire to Lead podcast? I understand that everyone has their own preferences and budgets, so if providing a tip isn't feasible for you, no worries! The podcast will always be available to listen to for free. However, if you do find value in the podcast and can afford to contribute, your support would mean the world to me. By supporting the podcast, you're enabling me to continue doing what I love and providing you with quality content. Thank you for considering supporting the Aspire to Lead podcast. Your contribution, no matter how small, is greatly appreciated! https://aspiretoleadpodcast.captivate.fm/support Need a Presenter for a conference
In 2008, Bonner Paddock summited Mount Kilimanjaro, the world's tallest freestanding mountain. Four years later, he earned the elite triathlete title, Kona Ironman. Thousands have done each individually. Bonner is the first person with cerebral palsy to do both. When Bonner was born, his umbilical cord had coiled twice around his neck, depriving him of oxygen, causing parts of his brain to die. That cord didn't take his life, but it changed it forever. Diagnosed in his youth, Bonner swore he wouldn't let this neurological disorder limit him, and for twenty-nine years he guarded the truth about his health. But the sudden death of a friend's young son who also suffered from CP forced Bonner to re-evaluate his life. No longer would he be content striving for normal. Instead, he would live life to its fullest, pursuing one breathtaking experience at a time—while raising money for special needs children along the way—and never turn down a challenge for fear of his physical limitations. His monumental climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro was documented in the film Beyond Limits and helped raise money for the construction of a new childcare center in Orange County, providing early treatment for children with all types of physical disabilities. Bonner took his vision global and has been building more centers around the world to help children live better lives. When he completed the Kona Ironman… which is 140 miles of racing…. in 16 1/2 hours, he raised over $560,000 for special needs children. His is a remarkable journey that has taken him across the globe and introduced him to a fascinating cast of characters who have supported his inspiring quest. An athlete, adventurer, and philanthropist, he is no longer defined by his limits, but by the moments that pushed him past them. Bonner's book, One More Step, shows us that we can all conquer our own challenges and embrace every moment life has to offer. What you'll learn in this episode: The importance of finding the courage to move forward Retrospecting life at every turn Prioritizing your energy and time for people you value How to continually challenge yourself toward improvement The importance of seeking what your heart really wants How life teaches you to face your fears Additional Resources: Get Bonner's Book: https://projectpossible.org/one-more-step Learn more about Project Possible on: Website: https://projectpossible.org/ Facebook: Project Possible Org Instagram: @projectpossibleorg Connect with Bonner Paddock on: Bonner's LinkedIn Bonner's Facebook Bonner's Instagram
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium So focus on your body, Your face, your arms, your chest. Let your legs get heavy now, So all of you can rest. PAUSE… Surf the gentle waves, Of air going in and out. Expanding your belly, Calming you throughout. PAUSE… Now if you are open, To the wisdom waiting for you. You'll hear its whispers, Prioritizing your view. PAUSE… Soon you will see, The importance of those tasks dissolve. Your health and your people, Shine with loving resolve. PAUSE… Gratitude pours in, For all you have that's good. Gratitude clears out, The stress of all the shoulds. PAUSE… Relax, And know you're okay. The night is here upon you, Ready to take you away. LONG PAUSE… Imagine that your body, Is full of grains of sand. Each one representing, Responsibilities in your hand. PAUSE… Now imagine if you opened, A hole down on your spine. Feel the sand fall out, The relief feels divine. PAUSE… Falling, Falling, Falling out. Each moment feels more free. Lighter, Lighter, Lighter still. Letting go is the key. LONG PAUSE… Relax, And know you're okay. The night is here upon you, Ready to take you away. Sweet Dreams, Beautiful. Thanks to our amazing Sponsor! sleepnumber.com
Themes: Friendships, Boundaries, Toxic Relationships, Trauma, Childhood Patterns, Healing, Mental Health, Authenticity, Belonging, Self-Worth, Self-Love, Codependency Summary: Today I'm welcoming back my friend Violet Benson, comedian, motivational speaker, creator of Daddy Issues, and podcast host of the largest self-love podcast and movement for women, Almost Adulting. Tune into this episode to learn how to navigate toxic friendships, set healthy boundaries, stop giving others power over you, and reframe your past traumas to stop repeating patterns. Violet offers valuable advice for anyone looking to improve their relationships, and friendships, and prioritize self-love. Discover: How to navigate toxic friendships and set healthy boundaries The importance of not giving others power over you and how to reclaim your own power in relationships How discovering your patterns and choosing to stop the cycle can help you heal and chose a new path forward 00:00 Intro 00:54 Friendships aren't always easy 05:19 Handling negative comments online 07:16 Letting go of toxic friendships 10:36 How the pandemic changed our identities 13:17 Posting for likes vs business 19:02 Prioritizing yourself over social media popularity 27:47 Creating the “Daddy Issues” Identity 32:29 The problem with idolization 35:54 Reinventing yourself and cutting ties with people who hold you back 39:57 Stop giving others power over you 46:07 The “I can change him/her” mindset 49:26 Repeating a pattern with friends 52:20 Childhood patterns shape our lives 57:48 Not everyone is a villain 1:00:47 Stop crossing your own boundaries 1:02:47 The reason we choose emotionally unavailable people 1:08:13 Children are our teachers 1:13:43 Generational traumas are passed down Links: Podcast IG - https://www.instagram.com/almostadulting/ Personal IG - https://www.instagram.com/violetbenson/ Meme IG - https://www.instagram.com/daddyissues_/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/daddyissues Almost Adulting on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7IY1Gjc1uktmDCmNLA0HXo Sponsors: Cured Nutrition | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off all products at curednutrition.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Who's in your support circle? Moms often put ourselves at the bottom of the list, including friendships and how we surround ourselves with support. Yet, you need support just as much as your children do. You need real-life connections. You deserve rest and down time. Cuz here's the truth: we can't regulate our own emotions when we're burnt out, worn down, and feeling alone. And when we can't regulate ourselves, guess who else isn't regulated while hitching a ride on your struggle bus… yup, your family. Yikes. Today we're talking all about why I started this all-inclusive annual luxury retreat & conference for ADHD moms and who this event is meant for. Here's your official invitation to join a welcoming group of moms in person to rest, hang out together, build your support system, and learn to take care of yourself. Early bird registration starts today through May 31st, so grab your ticket here. The first few moms who register will be given the opportunity to register for one of the intimate VIP sessions, too! And if you can't make it this year, what will you do to take care of yourself? Because you deserve care, too. Find links to everything mentioned in this episode & read the transcript here: https://www.patriciasung.com/podcast/episode-189-Support-for-ADHD-Mom-Friendship-prioritize-yourself
On today's podcast, I welcome back Jason and Colleen Wachob, the co-founders and co-CEOs of mindbodygreen, the leading independent media brand dedicated to well-being with 15 million monthly unique visitors. I'm welcoming them back on the show to talk about their newest book, The Joy of Well-Being: A Practical Guide to a Happy, Healthy, and Long Life.I look up to them both, not only in the business they've built, but more importantly, the balance they've created for themselves and their family. On today's podcast, we'll talk about achieving 80% of your maximum health and eight practices that will help you get there. We'll also explore how spirituality and human connection have a major impact on your longevity and your health.Let's welcome Jason and Colleen back to the show.We also cover…00:01:00 — Finding The Joy In Your Wellness JourneyNot getting caught up in wellness trends What Jason and Colleen's days look like and how they've evolved from their early twentiesThe importance of connection, sleep, and movementEasy ways to incorporate wellness into your daily routineScientific reasons why you need to do resistance trainingWhy it's so important to eat enough protein and nutrition advice for longevitySarcopenia: causes, rates and preventionThinking about wellness as how you want to feel as you age00:29:00 — The Impact of Connection & Community on Longevity8 practices that can help you achieve 80% of your maximum health Nasal breathing and how it affects your sleepFiltering which wellness trends work for you and bring you joyCreating rituals to manage stress and anxietyThe Roseto study and importance of communityWhat Made Maddy Run by Kate Fagan00:49:00 — Spirituality As An Antidote To Depression Spiritual practices Jason and Colleen participate in with their kidsTheir experience of moving their family from New York to MiamiScience of spirituality and studies by Dr. Lisa MillerRedefining purpose and a higher callingThe pressures of social media and its impact on mental healthIdentifying your personal mission statement Homework for implementing some new practice for your well-beingResources:Website: mindbodygreen.comBook: thejoyofwellbeing.comInstagram: instagram.com/mindbodygreenFacebook:.facebook.com/mindbodygreenTwitter: twitter.com/mindbodygreenPinterest: pinterest.com/mindbodygreenYouTube: youtube.com/mindbodygreenEpisode 32:
On this episode of Mama Says Namaste, we dive deep into the importance of physical touch in relationships. We know there is scientific evidence supporting the claim that physical connection improves patience and overall connection. We challenge listeners to examine their physical and sexual intimacy with their partner, noting how finding out what kind of touch their partner likes is crucial. We emphasize the importance of carving out intentional time for physical touch and suggest ways to connect physically even during busy seasons of life. We also discuss the significance of sexual intimacy in relationships and offer tips on how to make it a daily habit. Finally, we present several challenges to take action and start today on your most intimate relationship. Join us as we explore how physical touch can enhance emotional and relationship health, leading to a deeper level of vulnerability and connection that can impact all aspects of life. "It's hard to remain emotionally distant when you physically connect on a daily basis."
Kiana Reeves Bio Kiana Reeves is a teacher, practitioner, speaker, and leading voice in the sexual wellness movement. For over a decade, Kiana has been studying sex, embodiment, intimacy, pleasure, birth, and wellness. Her work in this field ultimately led her to join Foria as Chief Content Officer, where she has helped grow and shape the brand over the last five years. Her approach is wholistic, and includes the emotional, biological, social, and spiritual nature of sex and intimacy. She is a certified somatic sex educator & sexological bodyworker, embodiment and intimacy coach, certified full spectrum doula, and mother. Hey everyone! Welcome to today's episode of the Wright Conversations Podcast! For today's episode, I'm joined by Kiana Reeves to talk about sexual wellness, how to prioritize sexual wellness, and how to support our relationship with pleasure. We also talk about CBD and sex, taking charge of our sexual wellness, and overcoming sexual shame. Let's delve in! In this Episode You'll Learn: [01:18] A bit about Kiana. [02:09] Foria Wellness. [04:31] Sexual wellness. [07:07] Prioritizing sexual wellness. [11:06] When you're struggling to prioritize. [14:15] What we should know about sexual health. [20:52] Taking charge of your sexual wellness. [22:58] Supporting your own relationship with pleasure. [27:33] Why consider CBD in your sex life? [39:25] Sexual shame. Quotes: “Your eroticism and your sexuality is your own.” [21:09] “If you don't tend to it, nobody else will.” [21:45] “No matter what your sexual shame is, just know that we all have it.” [40:37] Connect with Kiana Reeves Website: www.foriawellness.com. Instagram: @kiana.reeves. LinkedIn: Kiana Reeves. Connect with Rachel Wright Website: https://rachelwrightnyc.com Instagram: @thewright_rachel Twitter: @thewrightrachel Resources Get 20% OFF Your First Order at The Honey Pot! Use Promo Code: Rachel20 WIN A FREE INTIMACY AFTER DARK DECK! Get 30% OFF the NEW After Dark Deck! Use Promo Code: Rachel Get your Zumio Discount! Call to Action Please, if you love this episode, share it with your friends and others. To help this podcast grow, please leave a review, and don't forget to subscribe.
In this month's Monthly Roundup, Ethan Parker and Jason Bay unpack how your social life impacts your professional life, great habits to help you create more structure, how to prioritize outbound efforts as a full cycle AE, and more. Check out the show notes, more free content, and get coaching at https://OutboundSquad.com.
The Lounge by The Skyn Distillery
Today we are talking about how to prioritize your time outside of the treatment room. As a business owner, if you aren't careful, your business can be all consuming. We are here to talk about how we prioritize our time, what we have learned, and changes we are wanting to make in the future! DRINK OF EPISODE: Simply Brand Mixology Lime Margarita Mocktail - found in the refrigerated section at most grocery stores CONNECT WITH US: Please share your thoughts on this episode with me in IG Stories / DM us, we would love to hear from you. Follow us: @theskyndistillery and @theskyndistillerylounge Leave us a Voice Message Current offers + Freebies available Here Learn More how to Work with us by Clicking Here --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theskyndistillerylounge/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theskyndistillerylounge/support
Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
Prepare to become legendary! In this episode of Real Relationships Real Revenue, I sat down with Tommy Breedlove who just wrote a book called Legendary that I got a ton of value out of and I know you will too. As someone who has spent time in prison, Tommy has a really unique journey and perspective and he's sharing how we can learn to prioritize ourselves first, take control of our life and time, become laser-focused on what matters, and become legendary. Topics We Cover in This Episode: Tommy's journey and the low point that changed everything The people he met in prison that transformed his life Why he started working with entrepreneurs and high-achieving people The number one way we can live with purpose The power of time-blocking and focusing on your zone of brilliance The importance of getting laser-focused on the things that move the ball in your business The mindset, attitude, and skill of managing money Why we need to get rid of the word “busy” and why your time is your second greatest asset How we can learn to say no Unconditional self-love and how we can achieve it The power of taking control of your life and being the captain of your own ship I hope you enjoyed this powerful conversation with Tommy. As he says, you are your number one asset and you have to prioritize yourself first. It's not selfish, it's actually the most selfless thing you can do. I hope you read his book, take his advice, learn to lead, love, and respect yourself first every day, and become a world-class elite in your life. Get your copy of Tommy's book today. You can also visit his website to learn more about his retreats and events. Resources Mentioned: Check out Tommy's book Legendary Check out Tommy's website and learn more about his retreats and events Check out The ONE Thing
Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips
I sit down with the Owner of Risk Oversight and Bellehumeur Co., Adrienne Bellehumeur, to dive into six practical steps for navigating process documentation in a way that is effective and non-intimidating. What You'll Discover In This Episode: ✔ The Problem With The Way Documentation Is Traditionally Taught ✔ How Much Documentation Should SBO's Strive To Achieve ✔ How & Where To Get Started With Documentation ✔ What Dynamic Documentation Is And How To Utilize It ✔ Common Challenges Small Business Owners Have When Creating Documentation & Processes ✔ How To Overcome Those Challenges ✔ How To Use The Grid SYstem To Make Your Documentation More Appealing ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/279. P.S. If you want help managing your time, creating efficiency, making a new hire, reducing the stress and overwhelm of running a business, or making strategic decisions that will help you level up your business, I'd like to talk to you. Let's discuss how we can partner together to help you get unstuck, reduce stress, and determine a clear path to increased profits! Schedule your Discovery Call
Marathon Training for Beginners
In this episode Harrison recaps a conversation with Kayla about her training progress. Primary topics: prioritizing training while balancing a busy life, choosing a time of day to run, and treadmill running. Follow us on Instagram @crummymarathoners --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crummy-marathoners/support
What points of emphasis should a corporate payment professional focus on in 2023? In this podcast, Anthony DeBellis, VP of Product Management at Mastercard, and Mark Penserini, VP of Partner Management at Corpay, talk with Craig Jeffery and share their thoughts on payment security, access to cash, and virtual cards. Listen in to learn more.
CBS This Morning - News on the Go
In this episode, Dr. Sean Pastuch unlocks the hidden performance hack to maximize your results. Discover the power of clear communication, positive goal-setting, and mentorship in reaching your full potential. Learn how to enhance your coaching skills, prioritize client understanding, and cultivate personal development for success. Join us as we delve into the transformative strategies that can elevate your performance to new heights. Dr. Sean Pastuch is a dedicated professional with a Bachelor of Arts in Socio Behavioral and Physical Wellness, a certification as a Personal Trainer, and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. His journey of self-discovery has taught him valuable lessons about leadership, success, and personal growth, derived from his wife, kids, and mentors. While initially pursuing a career with elite athletes, he found greater fulfillment in helping individuals with relatable lives unlock their full potential. Driven by a desire to bridge the gaps in the fitness and healthcare industries, he strives to create a supportive and inspiring environment where both his team and clients can pursue a shared mission. Through his work, he aims to empower millions of people to live fulfilling lives. Key Highlights: [00:01 - 09:51] Opening Segment ● Dr. Sean used a common sense approach with simple tests to address unspoken patient questions and improve body understanding. ● Quick assessments identify nerve tension and range of motion issues affecting exercise-related comfort. ● Simple tests reveal and address strength imbalances, potentially minimizing compensations and pain. ● He prioritizes client understanding over appearing smart [09:52 - 19:14] Empowering Client Engagement and Rehabilitation ● Enhanced communication empowers clients and improves their practitioner experiences. ● Clients actively engage in their rehabilitation process for better health control. ● Shifting the focus to positive goals improves clients' mindset and communication. ● Clarifying pain versus injury enables effective movement-specific rehabilitation. [19:15 - 33:47] Mentorship, Value, and Personal Growth ● Importance of clear communication and using the right language in coaching. ● Personal development focus in creating successful businesses and physically independent bodies. ● Competing on value rather than price, offering more for each dollar spent. ● Prioritizing mentorship and the impact on clients' personal and professional growth. [33:47 - 40:10] Closing Segment ● Focusing on delivering world-class, unexpected value and customer service instead of maximizing profitability. ● Willing to endure challenges and pain in pursuit of creating a business that changes people's lives. ● Recognizing that physical fitness goals are also tied to mental well-being, emphasizing the importance of happiness regardless of physical appearance. Key Quotes: “We want to be the last people you ever need to work with, and then we want you to decide you want to keep working with us despite not needing it anymore.” - Dr. Sean Pastuch “You can play through pain, you can't play through injury.” - Dr. Sean Pastuch “I'm not here to compete on price. I'm here to compete on value, and we give people more for our price point per dollar.” - Dr. Sean Pastuch “If someone asked me, how did you do what you did? I'd ask 'em, how much pain are you ready to endure?” - Dr. Sean Pastuch CONNECT WITH DR. SEAN: Here's how I can help you reach your goals! Get leaner. Live Longer. Be Legendary. ● Start by understanding the science and simplicity of carb backloading for fat loss - go to GetNatesBook.Com. to get a free copy of Nate's bestseller “The Million Dollar Body Method” ● Thelowcarbhustle.com 1. Visit N8training.com - mastermind 2. Join our 5-Day Morning Routine Challenge 3. Get my super easy and accessible FREE 5-Day Sugar Detox Program. All you have to do is put in your email and receive access together with a handbook! Thefreesugardetox.com 4. Get more great tips to get leaner by connecting with me on Instagram @lowcarbhustle 5. Join the MDB Mastermind for just a buck! If you want accountability, coaching, and an amazing training program to get leaner, this is what you need. Go to nate.fit to find out more and get your first 2 weeks for just 1 dollar. 6. Follow us on our Youtube channel: Youtube.com/@n8training If you liked the show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, and share it on social media to get reposted to over 12k of the homies.
How do you navigate your teacher stress? Are you able to prioritize your health and overall well-being? The truth is, at this time of the year, many teachers are burnt out and just trying to make it to summer break…In this exciting new podcast episode, I introduce the Hacking Teacher Burnout Summer Book Study Series! This upcoming podcast series is designed to help teachers learn effective strategies to combat burnout and start the school year feeling fulfilled and energized by reading my book Hacking Teacher Burnout and working through each chapter together as a community. In this episode, I'll share what you can expect from this upcoming series and what steps to take to prepare for the first episode in the series which will release on June 3rd, 2023. Don't miss out on this opportunity to recharge and revitalize your teaching career! Resources mentioned in this episode: Order Hacking Teacher Burnout on Amazon Order Hacking Teacher Burnout on Barns and Noble Get the Hacking Teacher Burnout Book Study Guide from my TpT Store Join the Burned-In Teacher Podcast Facebook Community Connect with me! Instagram: @BurnedInTeacher Facebook: The Burned-In Teacher Facebook Community Website: www.burnedinteacher.com Do you know your Burnout Type? Click here to find out more about your unique Burnout Type! Get more BURNED-IN Teacher resources Click here to check out my Teachers Pay Teachers store Let me know what you think! Click here to go to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review! Please subscribe and leave a review so that other teachers can find the support they need to grow through their burnout and become BURNED-IN!
I Didn't Sign Up For This S**t
Do you have a sense of urgency in your life? In today's episode of Jumpstart With Jeff, Dr. Buske shares his experience of watching a Care Flight helicopter respond to an emergency and how it got him thinking about the importance of operating with a sense of urgency in different areas of life. It's easy to get caught up in the everyday routine and forget about the warning signs that may be ignored in areas such as faith, fitness, family, and finance. So, where in your life do you need to create a sense of urgency? Take a moment to reflect on what may be important but not urgent, and how you can move it into a quadrant where it becomes both urgent and important. Don't wait for catastrophic or terminal situations to occur before taking action. Maybe it's time to prioritize your health and schedule that doctor's appointment you've been putting off. Maybe it's time to reconnect with your loved ones and spend quality time with them. Or maybe it's time to take control of your finances and create a budget plan. Remember, every second counts, and operating with a sense of urgency can make all the difference. It's never too late to make a change and take action towards a better future. So, what are you waiting for? What you will learn - Creating a sense of urgency Prioritizing your health Reconnecting with loved ones Why every second counts To connect with Dr. Buske follow the links below - LinkedIn Instagram Facebook --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ididntsignupforthis/message
On this episode of the Healthcare Americana podcast, Christopher Habig, CEO and co-founder of Freedom Health Works, and Rafi Salazar, the principal at Rehab U Practice Solutions discuss the importance of creating an exceptional patient experience in healthcare. The conversation explores the issues patients face when seeking healthcare, including the lack of transparency in the industry and the knowledge discrepancy between patients and healthcare providers. Patients often walk into clinics feeling guarded, lacking trust, and they may not know enough about their condition to ask the right questions to ensure they receive appropriate treatment.The current healthcare system is built from a top-down approach, where organizations spend most of their energy on administrative tasks rather than prioritizing patients' unique needs. A bottom-up approach, where patients' needs are prioritized, can build trust and result in better patient outcomes. Prioritizing the development of patient education materials and flipping the administrative process to start with the patient's narrative experience can lead to higher quality care and better patient outcomes.Show Notes:0:02:23 - Interview with Rafi Mohammed on the Importance of Patient Experience in Healthcare.0:03:56 - Navigating the Lack of Transparency in Healthcare: A Conversation on the Patient Experience0:08:37 - The Importance of Personalized Care in Healthcare: Addressing Patient Concerns and Needs.0:18:05 - Tips for Managing Staff as a Clinician Turned Practice Owner0:25:50 - Exploring the Nuances of Humanizing HealthcareFollow Healthcare Americana:TwitterInstagramLinkedInMore on Freedom HealthworksMore on Rafi SalazarSubscribe at https://healthcareamericana.com/episodes/
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Dave Valentine is an entrepreneur and business owner who owns seven different companies. He believes in creating outrageous offers and focusing on marketing and sales ahead of time. He has created a program called the Dream Agency Quest to help other business owners scale their agencies. He advises to focus on one service or industry, prioritize lead generation, and enjoy the process. Dave Valentine Discusses Scaling Up an Agency and Prioritizing Lead Generation Creating outrageous offers Delegation and trusting others Scaling up businesses Prioritizing lead generation Got to Dave's site @ https://DaveValentine.co
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Advice for newly busy people, published by Severin T. Seehrich on May 11, 2023 on LessWrong. After writing "Advice for interacting with busy people", I was asked to write a follow-up on advice for newly busy people. So, here's a quick list of tools and mental models that help me prioritize. This list is by no means comprehensive. It's just the tools I know and have loved. Take what's useful, and drop what doesn't fit your brain and life. 1. Prioritizing between projects a. Apply the Tomorrow Rule. When someone asks you to join an exciting project that's due half a year from now, it is very, very tempting to say "yes". You'll immediately have a vivid imagination of the shiny outcome, while the workload is far enough in the future to not cross your mind. To mitigate this tendency, it makes sense to apply the Tomorrow Rule. It goes as such: "Am I committed enough to this that I'd clear up time in my schedule tomorrow to make it happen?" b. If things get too much, do a Productivity Purge. If you already have too many projects on your plate and can't make reasonable progress on any of them, you might want to go through a round of Cal Newport's productivity purge algorithm. The steps: "When it feels like your schedule is becoming too overwhelmed, take out a sheet of paper and label it with three columns: professional, extracurricular, and personal. Under “professional” list all the major projects you are currently working on in your professional life (if you're a student, then this means classes and research, if you have a job, then this means your job, etc). Under “extracurricular” do the same for your side projects (your band, your blog, your plan to write a book). And under “personal” do the same for personal self-improvement projects (from fitness to reading more books). Under each list try to select one or two projects which, at this point in your life, are the most important and seem like they would yield the greatest returns. Put a star by these projects. Next, identify the projects that you could stop working on right away with no serious consequences. Cross these out. Finally, for the projects that are left unmarked, come up with a 1-3 week plan for finalizing and dispatching them. Many of these will be projects for which you owe someone something before you can stop working on them. Come up with a crunch plan for the near future for shutting these down as quickly as possible. Once you completed your crunch plan you'll be left with only a small number of important projects. In essence, you have purged your schedule of all but a few contenders to be your next Theory of Relativity. Here's the important part: Try to go at least one month without starting any new projects. Resist, at all costs, committing to anything during this month. Instead, just focus, with an Einsteinian intensity, on your select list." 2. Prioritizing between people At some point in January/February, I felt pretty lonely and decided to make a list of all the lovely people I know and spend too little time with. After writing down the names of 40 people in Berlin alone and more in other cities, I realized what was the problem: I fully optimized for creating loose ties, for getting the spark of novelty and knowing what's going on in my various communities. In the meantime, I didn't commit enough to anyone as that I'd know who to call when I'm feeling low. So - you might want to create two networks simultaneously, which work by different rules: A large network of loose ties. These people are there for uncommitted play, for exchanging knowledge and occasional favors, for having as many people as possible in your life who know somebody who knows somebody who happens to be really skilled at that particular thing. Treat them with kindness and integrity, but don't hesitate to say "no" if your heart isn't...
Check out Jeremy's latest podcast on retirement planning by listening on “Apple Podcasts” or “Google Podcasts” or read below for How To Become Distraction-Proof. Summary:  – Retirement can be a time of great opportunity, but it can also be a time of great distraction. With so many options and so much free time, it can be easy to lose focus and become overwhelmed. In this episode, Jeremy Keil speaks to Paul Kingsman about how to get rid of distractions. Paul draws on his own experiences as an Olympic athlete to share some personal stories and tips for becoming distraction-proof. He talks about the importance of having clearly defined goals, prioritizing time, and focusing on one thing at a time, and emphasizes the importance of rest and recovery, why you should learn from disappointments, and why seeking advice from seasoned individuals is helpful. Paul discusses: How a support system helped him reduce distractions by enforcing the boundaries he set How he prioritized his time by deciding which activities were more important than others Why rest and recovery are so important to be able to do the things that are valuable to you, more often Why multitasking is a myth The importance of moving forward and not letting disappointment define you And more How To Become Distraction-Proof How does a support system help me avoid distractions? Having a support system can be key to avoiding distractions and staying focused on your goals. It was for former Olympic swimmer Paul Kingsman. He credits his mother for running interference and helping him prioritize his sleep during training. She acted as a gatekeeper and took messages or told people to call back after 8:30 PM, which was the time Paul had set for himself to go to bed. Because she helped him hold fast to his standard, he was able to maintain the necessary rest and recovery his body needed for his intense training regimen. Having a support system that understands and respects your priorities can help you stay on track and achieve your goals, even in retirement. How can I prioritize my time and decide which activities are more important than others? Prioritizing your time and deciding which activities are most important can be a challenging task, especially during retirement when there seems to be an abundance of free time. It is important to recognize that some activities, such as sleep, are essential for your overall well-being. While others may be less important (like taking calls late at night or catching up on your favorite TV series after spending the day with the grandkids,) you need to determine which activities hold the highest priority. One technique that can be helpful is time blocking, where specific amounts of time are set aside for particular activities. This can apply to both work and retirement, allowing individuals to prioritize their time for activities that matter most to them, such as spending time with family, engaging in hobbies, or taking care of their health. Why do I need to rest and recover before I can repeat? Rest and recovery are essential for anyone who wants to be able to do things over again and do it well. Just like athletes, individuals need to take time to rest and recover after strenuous activities, which will allow them to perform better. Repetition brings about mastery and security in any activity, whether it is a sport, hobby, or daily routine, so you should prioritize healthy routines and habits to avoid falling into bad habits, which can hinder their ability to repeat and improve. Can I multitask and avoid distractions? The short answer is no, you can't multitask and still avoid distractions. For a longer answer, when it comes to avoiding distractions and multitasking, it's important to choose what matters most and prioritize your time because multitasking is a myth. Attempting to do multiple things at the same time can be detrimental to productivity be...
"Learn to accept what's out of your control, and decide how to control the things that you can.” -Kyira WackettAre you constantly looking for external factors to make you feel good or secure?Are you ready to face your shame and start showing up authentically?In this episode, we delve into the toxic cycle of the culture of hustle and mental health struggles. Discover the ways in which societal pressure has led to burnout and anxiety, leaving individuals feeling the need to constantly chase external validation. But fear not, as we also learn about breaking the stigma surrounding mental health and the importance of seeking help when needed.Kyira Wackett is a mental health therapist, facilitator, and creator based in Portland, OR. She is the founder of Adversity Rising, which aims to empower individuals, companies, and communities to live a life on purpose. Kyira's work is inclusive of all learning styles and specializes in eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and trauma. She also supports other mental health professionals through resource development and sharing, continuing education courses, and public speaking engagements. Kyira's current research and training focus on shame, forgiveness, burnout, and grief. She believes in the power of radical acceptance and the capacity of every individual to author their own stories and overcome shame, fear, and anxiety.Episode Highlights:-The hustle culture: A recipe for mental health issues-Battling to be okay: The pressure of external validation-The root of our cultural problems-Breaking free from a culture of normalized dysfunction-The role of shame in high achievement-Choosing to compete with yourself instead of others-Prioritizing systemic change for employee well-being-Recognizing the importance of rest and boundaries-Herding the cattle in corporate culture-The dangers of disconnecting from your authentic self-The turning point for self-discovery-Facing Shame: Learning to deal with a universal emotion-Taking ownership of the decisionKnow more about KyiraWebsite: https://adversityrising.com/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqCNF8lI6hq8U2GNQsAJkQSubscribe and leave us a rating and reviewApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deborah-peters-show/id1612307739Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Z3JQWX9S4LRWSE6mPOIkMYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKQKlzS81RqvYZbpu63mRdAConnect with Deborah PetersWebsite: https://neimind.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deborah.peters.754Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nei4change/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahpetersnei4change/
Key topics in this episode:Prioritizing training frequency vs. duration vs. intensityKey workouts for maintaining fitness while travelingKey training zones for preventing loss of aerobic fitness during periods of severely reduced training availability ASK A QUESTION FOR A FUTURE PODCASTHostAdam Pulford has been a CTS Coach for more than 13 years and holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology. He's participated in and coached hundreds of athletes for endurance events all around the world.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platformGET FREE TRAINING CONTENTJoin our weekly newsletterCONNECT WITH CTSWebsite: trainright.comInstagram: @cts_trainrightTwitter: @trainrightFacebook: @CTSAthlete
FIT Christian Woman - Christian Fitness, Christian Weight Loss, Biblical Weight Loss
Struggling to find a balance between your physical health and spiritual well-being? Want to learn how to honor God with your body and live your best life? As a believer, you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, and taking care of it is an act of worship. But with so much conflicting advice out there, it can be tough to know where to start. In this episode, I dive deep into the intersection of faith and fitness, exploring the powerful role scripture plays in promoting holistic health. With practical tips and inspiring insights, you'll learn how to prioritize your physical health while also honoring God with your body. Plus, I challenge you to explore scripture for yourself and allow the Holy Spirit to guide you on this transformative journey. By the end of the episode, you'll feel empowered to take control of your health and well-being, all while deepening your relationship with God. Let's do this! Kelsey Love the show? Your review helps the show grow and reach more faith-led sisters in Christ! Let's connect! IG: kelseyb.bryant FB podcast group: FIT Christian Woman Email: Hello@Kelsey-Bryant.com Web: www.kelsey-bryant.com Train with me and my team! Atmos Effect Fitness brings the gym to you! Are you in the Tampa area and want to train with me and my team? My husband and I just became the owners of Atmos Effect Fitness, and we can't wait to bring the gym experience to you! We do personal training, group training, corporate events, and zoom training as well. We help you eliminate excuses and get results! Please email me at Info@AtmostEffect.com for more information! So, if you're ready to take it to the next level, reach out to me, and let's get the conversation started. Ready to CRUSH your fitness and health goals Check out the goals workshop here: Goal workshop The information contained herein is for informational and educational purposes only, and should not, and in no way should, be perceived as or relied upon in any way as medical, mental health, health care or nutritional advice. Such information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment that can be provided by your own physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, therapist, counselor, mental health practitioner, licensed dietitian or nutritionist, or any other licensed or registered health care professional. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking professional advice because of information you have read in our materials.
Today's episode is all about prioritizing ourselves. It's about focusing on how we can fill ourselves back up as creatives, as business owners, as women, as entrepreneurs. It's tough being a business owner and there are so many things that I wish I would have known before diving in. While I wouldn't have necessarily done anything different, there are so many lessons and things I'm continuing to learn and I'm excited to share with you today.This conversation is about understanding the importance of investing in yourself (as a person) in order to achieve big business growth. It's essential to recognize that the entrepreneurial journey is not linear, and that moments of growth can be followed by moments of feeling stuck or anxious. Taking a break from working in the business to focus on self-love and mental health can help to create clarity and reduce stress. It's so important to remember that your business would not exist if it weren't for YOU! I'm really excited to dive in today and talk about how we can manage some of our anxiety and prioritize ourselves as part of our business and our overall goals! Here is a sneak peak of some of the things we cover: The importance of investing in yourself in order to achieve big business growth Acknowledging anxiety and finding ways to manage it Practicing more self love and self acceptance when you're feeling unmotivatedOther episodes you'll enjoy:Episode 19: Self-love vs. Self-care with my life coach, Dara PoznarEpisode 48: Nurturing your emotional needs as a business owner with life coach, Dara PoznarResources:One of my favorite books, Playing Big by Tara MohrAnother great book, The Genius Zone by Gay HendricksMy favoirite morning practice, Miracle Morning by Hal ElrodCheck out my website!Learn more about my group coaching program for creatives, AMPLIFY!Join me for my newest 30 day challenge!JOIN MY FREE 30 DAY CHALLENGE -- the Confident Creative! Inside, I'm giving you access to the exact tools that I use to bring in more joy & money to my business every day. As soon as you join, you get access to a guided PDF workbook, daily journal prompts, a beautiful daily checklist to help you track your results & more! Click to join.I'D LOVE TO CONNECT WITH YOU! Say hello on Instagram
Do you find yourself overwhelmed with bustle and noise in life? It can be so hard to put the first things first. Today Courtney Tracy and I talk about how to keep God's Word front and center in the middle of the busyness of life. Courtney is a young mom and a lifestyle influencer. She talks about how she balances everything she does while maintaining her relationship with Jesus! You can find Courtney Tracy on INSTAGRAM and her new book Putting Jesus First HERE! Pre-Order Elizabeth's Book: Other places you can find Elizabeth: Writing helpful hints on the blog Being a stay-at-home mom co-worker on Instagram Or get access to the "Penpal Resources" by signing up with email! *affiliate links are used when appropriate. Thank you for supporting Sunshine in my Nest
This Deep Dive focuses on how we can reclaim agency over our own well-being and that of our colleagues and cultivate an environment where people can truly thrive. We explore topics related to mental and physical health: the true sense of care at work and how it is linked to finding our purpose, tailoring solutions for well-being, engaging employees in discussions about their own well-being, including metrics that show how well we do, early signs of burnout, the relationship between belonging and well-being, the difference between being and doing, and how to address the stigma of mental health at work. To join CultureBrained® go to tinyurl.com/culturebrained To learn more about our accreditation program, go to tinyurl.com/accreditationprogram To listen to my interview with Jeanette Bronee, go to https://tinyurl.com/JeanetteBronee-CultureLab To access our free resources and materials on cultivating thriving cultures, click here: https://www.agabajer.com/resources/
As we enter the month of May, we also enter Mental Health Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness and educating the public about mental health issues and the importance of prioritizing our mental well-being.One important aspect of mental health that often goes overlooked is the relationship between alcohol consumption and mental health. While many people turn to alcohol as a coping mechanism, it can actually have negative effects on our mental health and exacerbate existing mental health conditions.During this month, we want to emphasize the importance of not drinking alcohol as a means of coping with stress, anxiety, or other mental health challenges. Instead, we encourage finding healthier and more sustainable ways of managing our emotions and seeking professional help when necessary.So, join us as we dive deeper into this topic and explore the relationship between alcohol and mental health, as well as strategies for prioritizing our mental well-being during Mental Health Month and beyond.Join SOBER GIRLS MASTERMIND if you'd like help to overcome your addiction, and heal your body and mind. This mastermind is for sober and sober curious women, that opens the door to exclusive training, monthly mastermind calls, resources, private Voxer group and support from Erinn and Michaela.Let's connect!!Send us a DM with any questions, comments or topic ideas. We love to hear from you!! 2 Sober Girls Podcast Instagram.Erinn on InstagramMichaela on InstagramDownload Michaela's Free ResourcesDownload Erinn's "Living in the Solution Journal"If you need detox support, please call this number immediately. There is help for you: – AA helpline: 845 769 7555
We're in our last week of the Something's Happened series - Wags shares on the strength and resilience of Mary Magdalene and how we can follow her lead in prioritizing being in the presence of Jesus.
Mental healthcare delivery is about to get revolutionized through technology. In this episode, Evans Rochaste discusses how ReKlame approaches mental healthcare with telepsychiatry and addiction services to address social equity, affordability, and accessibility in underrepresented communities. He also enthuses how provider burnout and health equity can be tackled with new technology products that improve system workflows and processes. Listen to this episode to learn about the revolutionizing approach ReKlame is implementing in healthcare! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Welcome once again to The Million Dollar Relationships podcast! Today, we are discussing the value of building genuine relationships with Jimmy Parent. Jimmy is a seasoned expert in marketing, sales, and advertising, with over a decade of experience in the field. He is also renowned for his ability to create engaging and humorous advertisements that resonate with audiences. Combining his marketing prowess and comedic talent, he has become a leader in the industry, and his track record of success has benefited numerous clients. In this episode, Jimmy shares his philosophy on building genuine friendships and leveraging relationships for entrepreneurship success. Jimmy emphasizes making an impression and being memorable, not just who you know. He got his start in copywriting through Kevin Rogers, leading to opportunities with Agora Financial and Orla in venture capital. Jimmy shares insights on creating entertaining advertising and building customer relationships through authenticity. He became an expert in mold solutions, earning up to $20k/month through direct response marketing. His story highlights perseverance, learning from others, and organic connections before pursuing business. So, sit back, relax, and join us as we dive into this fascinating conversation with Jimmy Parent! [00:02 - 12:24] How Networking Led to Success in Business · Jimmy shares his background in copywriting and how he combines humor with sales · They discuss the importance of networking and making genuine connections · Jimmy emphasizes the value of being known by others rather than just knowing people · He shares how networking has led to every job he's ever had, including one that changed the course of his life and business. [12:24 - 26:58] How a Chance Encounter Led to a Successful Career · Jimmy shares how he got his first official copywriting job from a relationship. · He also shares his philosophy on advertising and the importance of entertainment · Jimmy talks about Kevin Rodgers, the man who changed the path of his life and business. · Prioritizing relationships can positively impact your career and help you achieve your goals. [26:58 - 29:36] Closing Statements · Follow Jimmy on LinkedIn and Facebook. Also, be sure to check his webpage at https://www.jimmyparent.com Thanks for tuning in! If you liked my show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe! Find me on the following streaming platforms: Apple Spotify Google Podcasts IHeart Radio Stitcher Tweetable Quotes “Relationships are not about what you know, and are not about who you know, they're about who knows you.” – Jimmy Parent
Episode 143. Releasing Our Sense Of Duty & Prioritizing Joy - In today's episode, we delve deeper into a topic we discussed a couple of weeks ago in episode 141, “The Gift of Struggle”.In that episode, we talked about stuggle and I shared the other side of the coin and some specific actionable strategies that one can use to start creating from a place of joy. After many years of contemplation, I realized that I have used struggle as a mechanism to create my present life and to pursue my dreams.I see this happening not only with me, but also with many high-performing women I know, so I decided to investigate a little bit further to understand why that is. So today, we contemplate together why we use stuggle to propel ourselves in life!Listen now to learn… Some of the reasons why it is difficult for women to shift their patterns and stop creating from a place of struggleSome tips on how to release your sense of duty and prioritize joy in your life!What is the joy coefficient and how it is related to a sense of gratitude in your everyday lifeSpecial Invitation…TAKE YOUR JOURNEY DEEPERJuliana's book ‘Release' is not a book about weight loss, another diet trend or a magical solution you have not tried yet. It is instead a rebellion against hating our bodies and trying to change who we are. Get the book and an AMAZING bonus collection so you can develop a deep relationship with your body, just like Juliana did as she transformed her health and her life. GET YOUR COPYWORK WITH US - BOOK YOUR COMPLIMENTARY RELEASE EPIPHANY SESSION HERELEAVE US A REVIEW HERE & HELP SUPPORT OUT SHOWListen also to Episode 141 - The Gift Of StruggleListen also to Episode 77 - Raising Your Joy CoefficientIf you enjoyed today's episode, please:Post a screenshot & key takeaway on your Instagram story and tag us @naturally.joyous so we can repost you Leave us a positive review on Apple Podcasts, HERE is howSubscribe to the Confidence From Within Podcast, we release new episodes every Friday! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you looking for ways to build and grow your church community? As a leader, I've seen firsthand how important it is to prioritize relationships within our teams. Sure, we may have great worship & sermons, but without strong relationships, we're missing a key ingredient to truly thriving as a community. In our conversation with Jonathan Traylor, we explore how fostering strong relationships can unlock a more vibrant and connected community. Discover an easy but impactful way to make people feel truly valued. Don't miss our episode about how prioritizing relationships can help your church community flourish. Find out more about Worship Online and how we can serve you and your worship team at WorshipOnline.com Mentioned in the Episode Jonathan Traylor's New EP --- If you like what you hear, please leave us a review! Also, feel free to shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com & tell us how we can better serve you and your church through this podcast. Don't forget to sign up for your FREE 2-week subscription to Worship Online at worshiponline.com/podcast! The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Worship Online in Nashville, TN. Hosted & Produced by Josh Kluge Backing Tracks by Johnluke Lewis
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Homemaking is truly an art, which means each of us expresses our own personalities and interests and values in unique ways in our homes. But one thing all homemakers share in common is the value they bring to their families. In my conversation with RuthAnn, we dive into some of the whys and hows of homemaking. If you are seeking encouragement and inspiration in your role as a homemaker, you don't want to miss this chat with RuthAnn! In this episode, we cover: How you can begin to recognize the value in a homemaker's role Identifying a housekeeping structure that works for you Where to start when you have a lot on your plate Recognizing what your season allows for Prioritizing tasks when everything seems to need your attention Weighing the cost of spending time or money How we can pass down to our children many of the skills that have been lost The importance of articulating why homemaking is important to you Shifting our mindsets around the seasonal availability of food Establishing home rhythms that fit your family and season Learning from others and finding community in social media while avoiding the comparison trap View full show notes on the blog + watch this episode on YouTube. Thank you to our sponsors! Azure Standard | Use code SPRINGHOMESTEAD10 at AzureStandard.com Carly Jean Los Angeles | Use code FARMHOUSE20 at CarlyJeanLosAngeles.com Toups and Co Organics | Use code FARMHOUSE at ToupsandCo.com Please see full show notes for more details on these offers. RESOURCES MENTIONED Old Fashioned Approach to Childhood Chores eBook Hear RuthAnn speak at the Homesteaders of America conference CONNECT RuthAnn Zimmerman | Website | Instagram | YouTube Lisa Bass of Farmhouse on Boone | Blog | YouTube | Instagram | TikTok | Facebook | Pinterest Join us in the Simple Farmhouse Life Facebook community!
Locked On Wild - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Wild
On today's episode of Locked on Wild, Jayden Homuth joins the show as we prioritize impending restricted and unrestricted free agents the Wild will have to make decisions on. We start with Filip Gustavsson, and whether or not the Wild will have to worry about a team swooping in with an offer sheet to try to pry him away with the team unable to spend large amounts of money. We move to the trade deadline acquisitions such as Gustav Nyquist, Oskar Sundqvist and John Klingberg. We then discuss the in house candidates that are likely to stay such as Brandon Duhaime and Mason Shaw. We discuss a tonal shift in the status of Calen Addison, and why it seems like he will be on the roster next year after it seemed unlikely earlier in the season. We discuss the potential for Matt Dumba to return, and we finish by looking at the players with No-Movement Clauses and whether or not any of them will be potentially asked to waive theirs if a trade materializes. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Locked On Wild Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnWild Follow Locked On NHL: linktr.ee/lockedonNHL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers HelloFresh - Skip trips to the grocery store and count on HelloFresh to make home cooking easy, fun, AND affordable – that's why it's America's #1 meal kit! Go to HelloFresh.com/nhl60 and use code nhl60 for 60% off plus free shipping! Gametime - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNHL for $20 off your first purchase. ebay Motors - For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Athletic Greens - To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK FanDuel - Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Cheers to 2 years!!! Last month I celebrated 2 years of removing alcohol from my life. In today's episode, I am having a super vulnerable conversation about drinking heavily right after J passed away, all of my tips to always order the perfect mocktail, things I've learned over the past 24 months and the healing I've found when I stop hiding behind alcohol. Let's stay in touch babes: Visit the website: www.rachelsymonegilliam.com Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Pinterest: @rachelsymonegilliam Twitter: @rachelsgilliam Text DAILYRAE to 22999 for daily encouragement, affirmations, and motivation to live your best life on purpose Subscribe to the newsletter
John DeShazer is the President of LogicSpree, where he works to make Salesforce simple for small and mid-market organizations. As his business and fully remote 11-person team grow, John focuses on alignment. By standardizing work hours, the LogicSpree team achieves two goals: collaborate in real-time and set clear work-life boundaries. This structure also aligns with John's primary goals: to be stable, happy, have enough, and reduce stress.
CRNA School Prep Academy Podcast
Prioritizing your mental wellness is not a luxury, it's a necessity. The path to success is not a sprint, it's a marathon. Take care of yourself along the way, and you'll go further than you ever thought possible. In this episode, we sit down with Cori Stone, a CRNA student who has also worked as a NICU and travel nurse. Cori shares her journey on how she recovered her mental wellness after experiencing burnout during CRNA school. She talks about the importance of putting your mental health as a priority and making the necessary adjustments to achieve balance. Cori shares personal experiences and practical tips for maintaining mental wellness while pursuing a demanding career and avoiding burnout. She emphasizes that no matter how prepared you think you are for CRNA school, the experience will still be something you couldn't have expected. Tune in and learn from a CRNA martyr herself about resilience and self-care in nurse anesthesia school. Get access to planning tools, mock interviews, valuable CRNA Faculty guidance, and mapped-out courses that have been proven to accelerate your CRNA success! Become a member of CRNA School Prep Academy here! https://www.crnaschoolprepacademy.com/join Book a mock interview, personal statement, resume and more at http://www.NursesTeachNurses.com Join the CSPA email list here! https://www.cspaedu.com/podcast-email Send Jenny an email or make a podcast request!Hello@CRNASchoolPrepAcademy.com Follow Cori on IG at Stonesthesia
The Soul Care for Therapist podcast, hosted by Dawn Gabriel, recently featured Jessica Walsh, Ph.D., LPC and Hannah Davis, Ph.D., LPC, who shared their insights into supervising and training interns through licensure. The guests discussed how they started working together, creating their counseling practice, and their unique approach to supervision. Dr. Jessica Walsh and Dr. Hannah Davis are the co-founders and co-directors of The Forge Counseling Collective and the Training Institute at Forge where they run a counseling center alongside a unique program for interns and pre-licensed counselors. Starting out - Merging Skills and Combining Forces Jessica Walsh started Forge Counseling Collective about ten years ago and Hannah Davis joined her three years later. They met in their doctoral program in counselor education and supervision. They initially started working next to each other but eventually merged their skills to open a training institute. Hannah had started a small training program of her own and decided to move from another state and join Jessica's private practice. They both saw potential in each other and after realizing their skills were complementary, they decided to merge their practice and combine forces to create a training institute. The duo's partnership has now grown and is an excellent example of how a joint effort can yield significant results. High-Quality Supervision Model During the podcast, the duo explained the benefits of a high-quality supervision model, where both therapists and students receive the support they need. Jessica and Hannah shared how they have been recording and documenting their training sessions to ensure the process is supportive and effective. "We want to train people to not only be excellent therapists but to be good at running a business and understanding that those two things really go hand in hand." They recognize the importance of creating a safe space where therapists and students can show vulnerability without feeling judged. Supervision can be an intense process, and sometimes, students want to hide from feedback or avoid difficult conversations, which is why a safe space is crucial. "We try to create a culture where people feel like they can bring their whole selves, and not just the part that's trying to impress or be perfect, and that they can show up as they are and we'll work with that." Documentation and Feedback Jessica and Hannah also discussed the importance of documentation and feedback in their practice. "So documentation is really important because we can use it as a tool for reflection, but also to help us to give feedback." They record and document their sessions, which allows them to give detailed feedback to their students, encouraging personal and professional growth. Recording sessions also help the students understand how their clients perceive them and how they can improve their interactions. "The feedback that you get from your supervisor is really important because they can help you to improve your practice, and they can also help you to identify areas where you need to work on. "Additionally, the recorded sessions provide students with a resource that they can refer to when they need to review techniques or recall feedback given by their supervisors. Tips and Action Steps The discussion provided excellent insights into the importance of a high-quality supervision model and the benefits of recording and documenting sessions. For therapists looking to train interns, here are a few tips: Prioritize Emotional Safety and Support Supervision can be an intense and vulnerable process. It is essential to create a safe space where therapists and students can show vulnerability without feeling judged. Prioritizing emotional safety and support can help students to grow, make mistakes, and learn from them. Document Sessions Recording and documenting sessions are excellent ways to provide detailed feedback to students and help them understand how their clients perceive them. Recorded sessions also provide students with a resource they can refer to when they need to review techniques or recall feedback given by their supervisors. Develop a Leadership Team Developing a leadership team can help distribute responsibilities, improve efficiency, and provide support to students and therapists. Having team leads, supervisors, and clinical directors can help distribute responsibilities and prevent therapists from becoming overwhelmed. Links and Resources Forge Counseling Collective
Isa Watson, founder and CEO of Squad, an app that takes you and your friends off of social media, and author of new book Life Beyond Likes, joins the podcast to discuss prioritizing connection over consumption and how we can all strive to live a more authentic life offline. We also talk about the true timeline of switching careers, how being yourself has a big ROI and dating your friends. In this episode, you'll learn more about: The traumatic event that changed the trajectory of Isa's life How Isa navigated away from her corporate career to tech entrepreneurship What building a network looks like offline, being intentional with your mentorships and connections, and the power of empathy Examining how we seek validation through others on social media and striking a balance between flexing for likes and living for yourself Prioritizing connection over consumption, the pros and cons social media has on society as a whole + more Other Links Mentioned in episode: Check out Isa's book, Life Beyond Likes: Logging Off Your Screen and Into Your Life Check out my new personal website here. Join The Weekly Newsletter List Leave me a voicemail– Leave me a question on the Journey To Launch voicemail and have it answered on the podcast! YNAB – Start managing your money and budgeting so that you can reach your financial dreams. Sign up for a free 34 days trial of YNAB, my go-to budgeting app by using my referral link. What stage of the financial journey are you on? Are you working on financial stability or work flexibility? Find out with this free assessment and get a curated list of the 10 next best episodes for you to listen to depending on your stage. Check it out here! Connect with Isa: Website Instagram: @IsaDWatson Twitter: @IsaDWatson Connect with me: Instagram: @Journeytolaunch Twitter: @JourneyToLaunch Facebook: @Journey To Launch Join the Private Facebook Group Join the Waitlist for My FI Course Get The Free Jumpstart Guide
Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
After fighting to pull out her strength, Tamara Walcott is now the strongest woman in the world. But it didn't start out that way. In 2018, Tamara Walcott had reached her breaking point. Lost in motherhood and marriage, Tamara started binge eating. At 415 pounds, she no longer recognized herself and could barely look in the mirror. She finally decided enough was enough. Tamara shifted her mindset and began to prioritize herself. That's when she found powerlifting. Tamara trained everyday and became stronger and stronger. And the rest is history. Today, Tamara balances being a mom, holding a world record in powerlifting, and running her foundation, Women in Powerlifting. Thanks for listening! Don't forget to order Rebecca's new book, Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success. Follow Superwomen on Instagram. Guest Website: tamarawalcott.com Social Media: @tamarawalcott.shw @plussizefitqueen Big Ideas: Shifting your mindset to prioritize yourself and getting it done no matter what. Pulling your strength out and staying motivated. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/superwomen/support
Hey sexy mama! I have a real treat in store for you today because my very special guest, sex coach Danielle Savory, is here to talk to us about embracing our own sexual pleasure. Warning: this convo is VERY ‘ooh-la-la'!For so long we have put up with a cultural narrative which prioritizes male sexual pleasure, and told us that our own desires and needs are secondary. Well guess what?! They are just as important! And if we put those needs first, we can start filling our cup with delicious dopamine hits instead of destructive ones that don't serve us.I know a lot of Yum Mums out there are battling things like body shame, disconnect, health issues, or simply just not wanting it. Danielle has totally been there too. But now she's on a mission to help women have mind-blowing sex and infiltrate pleasure, fun, and deep compassion into their everyday existence. We discover that, just like with weight loss, the biggest influencer is the brain…Tune in to find out more!Take a sneak peek at what you'll learn:How body image can impact our openness to pleasureWhy scheduling sex is a game changerHow to incorporate sensuality into your daily routineThe truth about sexy lingerie Why women take longer to “warm up” How sex hormones play into desireHow to spice up long-term relationshipsConnect with DanielleDanielle Savory is a master certified coach, podcast host, and expert in the fields of neuropsychology, mindfulness, sexual pleasure and intimacy.Follow her on Instagram: @thepracticeofpleasureFollow her on Facebook: Danielle Savory CoachingListen to her ‘It's My Pleasure' PodcastVisit her websiteAccess Danielle's FREE course: FRESH, which aims to elevate passionate connection & bring sensuality to the forefront of your relationship Don't forget that If YOU are ready to lose weight for the last damn time, get on the waitlist now for The Yummy Mummy Experience. Doors open mid-July and we start August 1st! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Whole Mamas Podcast: Motherhood from a Whole30 Perspective
Steph interviews Liz Wolfe, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, best-selling author, and co-founder of the Athletic Mom Program. Athletic Mom helps moms (and ANYONE who needs the most efficient and impactful workouts possible) to own their inner athlete and feel better in their body. Liz and Steph talk about challenges and opportunities in motherhood including disconnecting from social media, avoiding the comparison trap, prioritizing protein, and mindful movement as we age. If you're interested in finding a way to make healthy eating and movement stick, without buying into the toxic “fitness/wellness” culture, you won't want to miss this. Topics Discussed: Taking time away from social media Losing yourself after having kids Why all moms are athletes Mobility in mid- to late-30s Prioritizing protein as a mom How to build an effective home workout Show Notes: Visit the Athletic Mom Program! DOCTORMOM20 for 20% off the year month membership (2 months free)! Follow @realfoodliz on Instagram Follow @athleticmomprogram on Instagram Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website Liz Wolfe is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, best-selling author, and cofounder of the Athletic Mom Program and the Athletic Mom App, which helps moms (and ANYONE who needs the most efficient and impactful workouts possible) to own their inner athlete and train like the badass that they are. This Episode's Sponsors Enjoy the health benefits of PaleoValley's products such as their supplements, superfood bars and meat sticks. Receive 15% off your purchase by using code DOCTORMOM at checkout or head to paleovalley.com/doctormom Discover for yourself why Needed is trusted by women's health practitioners and mamas alike to support optimal pregnancy outcomes. Try their 4 Part Complete Nutrition plan which includes a Prenatal Multi, Omega-3, Collagen Protein, and Pre/Probiotic. To get started, head to thisisneeded.com, and use code DOCTORMOM100 for $100 off your first 3 months of Needed's Complete Plan! Active Skin Repair is a must-have for everyone to keep themselves and their families healthy and clean. Keep a bottle in the car to spray your face after removing your mask, a bottle in your medicine cabinet to replace your toxic first aid products, and one in your outdoor pack for whatever life throws at you. Use code DOCTORMOM to receive 20% off your order + free shipping (with $35 minimum purchase). Visit BLDGActive.com to order. INTRODUCE YOURSELF to Steph and Dr. Elana on Instagram. They can't wait to meet you! @stephgreunke @drelanaroumell Please remember that the views and ideas presented on this podcast are for informational purposes only. All information presented on this podcast is for informational purposes and not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a healthcare provider. Consult with your healthcare provider before starting any diet, supplement regimen, or to determine the appropriateness of the information shared on this podcast, or if you have any questions regarding your treatment plan.
Productivity Straight Talk - Time Management, Productivity and Business Growth Tips
I sit down with Anabeth McConnell who is the owner of Inbound Design Partners. We dive into her entrepreneurial journey and pull back the curtain on the work she put in to transition from project manager to business owner who must project manage an entire business. What You'll DiscoverIn This Episode: ✔ Why Anabeth's Business Felt All-Consuming ✔ The Strategically Made Shift She Made To Change That ✔ What Challenges She Faced Personally & Professionally Prior To Joining Leverage Lab® ✔ Her Experience Getting Coached Vs. Watching Others Get Coached ✔ What's Next For Anabeth: The Pivot She's Intent On Making ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/277. P.S. If you're a small business owner who wants to run your business more efficiently, improve your time management, build and lead your team confidently, and make the right strategic decisions to lower your stress and be more profitable, Leverage Lab® is for you! Check it out at AmberDeLaGarza.com/LeverageLab
Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
So today, I've invited the incredible wellness coach Taylor Elyse Morrison on the show to make self-care so accessible for each of us. She provides tons of guidance so we can show up for the world in an even bigger and better way. We'll dismiss myths about self-care, talk about the importance of mind, body, and heart, and teach you super quick and easy ways to prioritize yourself. Taylor's figured out how to make self-care practical, and she can't wait to share these tips with you. Join Taylor and me today in this podcast to start tackling your own beliefs around self-care, and level up your self-care to put your needs first. Taylor has created a life she loves by committing to self-care, and she inspires so many people– especially women– to be better themselves through simple, practical self-care rituals. It's time to feel less stressed and less burnt out. It's time to listen to your body and prioritize yourself. It's time to take even 5 minutes out of your day to commit to yourself, so you can show up as your very best. Taylor's tips will help you move the needle toward an incredible life of self-love and self-care. Plus, her new book Inner Workout dives even deeper into easy-to-implement self-care tricks you'll be eager to try out. TAYLOR ELYSE MORRISON Taylor Elyse Morrison is an author and wellness coach who makes well-being and personal development more accessible to everyone. She recently was named one of Fortune's 10 innovators shaping the future of health. She is firmly convinced of every human's potential. That's why she made a career out of it– supporting people to know, care for, and become their best selves. She owns the company Inner Workout and released a book titled Inner Workout just last month. Whether she's leading a company workshop or she's talking about TikTok and body image with high schoolers, she uses her coaching, mindfulness, and movement training to meet people where they are. And she helps them take steps forward to creating a world free of burnout. IN THIS EPISODE Benefits of journaling for self-care What lead Taylor to her journey of self-care How self-care isn't one size fits all Why do people still struggle with self-care even with a booming wellness industry? Debunking 2 of the biggest myths around self-care How to easily make time for self-care Quick techniques for reconnecting with our bodies The importance of community care Practicing self-care when responsible for caring for others How to fall back on a self-care toolkit RESOURCES MENTIONED Dr. Mariza's Daily Self-Care Journal Get the Inner Workout Book! FREE Self-Care Assessment From Inner Workout Inner Workout Website Homepage *Subscribe to the Self-Care Sunday Newsletter! Taylor's Instagram | Inner Workout Instagram RELATED EPISODES #462: How To Know It's Time For A Self Care Break With Dr. Cheyenne Bryant #491: Five Self-Care Rituals I Never Skip In The Morning To Feel My Best #117: What It Means To Practice Your Own Self-Care And Authenticity With Elena Brower #87: How To Implement Self-Care Practices While Living A Hectic Life With Jennifer Iserloh #518: How To Let Go Of Stress Symptoms And Go From Surviving To Thriving With Dr. Izabella Wentz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Cami & Niki talk about their recent journeys with kink & power exchanges, along with answering some listener questions centered around prioritizing partners, restructuring FWBs, and letting someone know how you feel. Hope you enjoy! doubleteamedpodcast.com