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Flagstaff Christian Fellowship
Pursuing Virtue Part 1 - Ponder Virtue

Flagstaff Christian Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 50:00


Harvard College Faith and Action - Doxa
Pursuing Virtue Part 1 - Ponder Virtue

Harvard College Faith and Action - Doxa

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 50:00


Fellowship Baptist Church
Pursuing Godly Goals Godly Ways - 2 SAM 4

Fellowship Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Balancing the Christian Life
Pursuing love...a conversation with David Osteen

Balancing the Christian Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 52:23


What does it mean to pursue love and why is it a big deal for Christians to do exactly that? This week we talk to David Osteen about how both balance and pursuit are essentially to loving God and each other more.Support the show

Publishing Secrets
Book Sales Success Secret #6: The Power of Networking

Publishing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 19:04


In this episode, you'll also hear: The #1 reason your book isn't selling – and how to fix itQuestions to ask yourself that will shift your mindset toward action that actually makes a differenceReal-life examples and resources to help you learn and practice networking – even if it terrifies youHow to identify and find the right people to grow your networkBe sure to read all the way to the end for important links and information!When you write a book, you want to share your message with the world. You want your words to touch people's lives and make a difference. But here's the thing: if no one buys your book, how can it have that kind of impact? The truth is, sales = impact. The more books you sell, the more people you reach. So how do you sell more books? That's exactly what we're going to cover in this next installment of the Book Sales Success Secrets series, where we're breaking down the obstacles to your success and how to overcome them with the powerful combination of God + marketing. That's right – if you're a Christian author, it's important to remember that God and marketing can and do work hand-in-hand to help you to sell more books. Yes, you need to put your trust in God, and you also need to use the marketing tools available to you. By using both, you can reach your audience and get them to read – and buy – your book. Remember, God can do amazing things when we put our faith in Him. And no, that doesn't mean that we have to use salesy or sneaky tactics. Everything we've been talking about in this series is ethical and above-board. So let's go ahead and jump into Book Sales Success Secret #6, which is all about networkingThe #1 Reason Your Book Isn't SellingHere is a truth you need to embrace: it's not enough for you to just write great books. It's not. You also need to make sure that as many people as possible have the opportunity to read your book. When I talk to people about becoming a successful author, I'm sometimes amazed at how we can get caught up in the art – that is, in writing a masterpiece that is going to be amazing and change the world. Don't get me wrong, this is an admirable goal. But it can't be the only goal that you can have in mind if you really want to sell more books. You cannot be only consumed with the art of writing, because focusing solely on the art of writing isn't going to get your books into more hands. So let's talk about the #1 reason your book isn't selling. And I'll warn you: it's going to be hard to swallow. But I need you to stick it out. The #1 reason your book isn't selling is because you don't exist.Ouch, right? It hurts to hear, but when you think about it, it's true. How many people really know about you and your book?Let's do a quick exercise. Look at the follower count on each of your social media accounts – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tik Tok. Check out how many people are in your Facebook group, and on your email list If you have one. Even if you have something like 10,0000 followers across all platforms, you have to keep in mind that there are literally billions of adults over the age of 21 around the globe. Realistically, each of us is no more than a drop in the bucket. The world doesn't know you or I exist. Now, don't think this means you need billions – or even millions – of people to know who you are, because you don't. But thousands? Absolutely. Before people can buy your book, they have to know who you are. They have to know you exist. That's where networking comes in.Authors Don't Find Readers; Readers Find BooksIf your book isn't selling, it's not that it sucks. It's not that you wasted your time and money. It's not that there isn't a market for your book. It's simply that not enough people know you exist. Your biggest challenge is obscurity, and you need to fix it ASAP if you truly want to make your mark on the world. Because, let's face it, you don't really buy into the idea of, “if one life has changed, it will all be worth it.” You did not go through all that you went through to change one life – you wrote the book, or books, because you wanted to impact the world. So it's time to do it. It's time to stop putting all of your time and effort into the art of writing books, without giving equal time and attention to marketing them and getting them into people's hands. But how do you do that? How can you get the word out? It boils down to this: authors don't find readers; readers find books. This is a simple, but super important, mindset shift that must happen if you really want to have the impact you're called to make. The key to success actually isn't selling books to readers, but making it easy for readers to find your book. Lack of visibility is the author's biggest enemy. So you've got to flip the question around. Instead of asking yourself, “How do I sell more books?” ask yourself, “How can I make it easy for my ideal reader to find me and my book? And then, when they find me, how can I make it easy for them to say yes?” As you'll likely realize when you ask yourself these questions, one of the best ways to do this is to increase your visibility. And you can do that by networking – or, as I like to call it, building strategic connections. The best part is this is a place literally anyone can start at.Getting Out of the Comfort ZoneBefore we get to networking and building strategic connections, however, I thought it would be helpful to share a quick story: a little bit of backstory on myself. I was not always willing to connect with people. Quite honestly, I did pretty much everything in my power to make sure I could avoid situations where I had to meet new people. My mom tells me all the time that she's amazed about the person that I've become – and you might think the same thing if you interact with me in the Facebook group or if you know me in real life. Growing up, I was a shy and introverted only child, and I spent a lot of time by myself. I'd interact with a few kids here and there at school, but I wasn't even close to being outgoing, or even social. It was like I was a one-woman show! Then, to top it all off, my mom joined a Pentecostal church when I was nine. This church was very strict about what you can wear – no pants, minimal jewelry – and what you could do – no secular music, no dances. So I always felt that I stuck out like a sore thumb and never really fit in. God always allowed me to have a couple of close friends, but that was about it. And, for a long time, it stayed that way. All the way through college, and even in my early days as a young working adult, I marveled at how some people could make friends and connections so easily, while I always felt so awkward doing it. So I didn't do it. When I went to events, I gravitated towards hanging out with people I already knew – and if I didn't know anyone that was going, you could count me out. I was not even coming. The idea of going to a place with a roomful of people I did not know terrified me. Fast-forward to now. Yes, I still have my inner circle of close friends. But I'm also blessed to have connections with people all across the world. People in London, Africa, Germany – I am blessed to have connections everywhere, and I can go to local events and start networking without a second thought. (Though, to be fair, I do still need time to recharge after too much “peopling,” as I call it!) Plus, I can easily strike up a conversation online with someone I don't even know, without being salesy or sleazy. But this change never would have happened if it weren't for one of my best friends pushing me out of my comfort zone. She literally signed us up for Toastmasters – not just herself, but both of us – and made sure that I showed up so I could get over some of my nerves. From there, I learned to consistently put myself in situations that forced me to meet new people. This was not natural to me, but I realized that if I was going to really grow, I had to keep pushing myself out of my comfort zone. So you see, the growth in my skill set is largely influenced by the people that I have been connected to. I know without a shadow of a doubt that I would not be who I am, or where I am, without the connections that I've been able to have. Without networking, without learning how to make connections, I would not be talking to you right now. I would have never thought about doing a podcast, because that would have been putting myself out there way too much. The Power of Networking StrategicallySo let's talk about networking by building strategic connections. Think of it like a long line at your favorite amusement park. Imagine you head over to the new ride, and a sign is showing a two-hour wait to be able to get on the ride. You're bummed, right? But you decide that you really want to get on the ride, so you get in line. And as you walk over, you hear someone yell your name. You look up, and it's your friend that you just connected with at an event last month. They are all the way up in the line, one of the first 10 people, and they invite you up to join them and ride it together. Your wait time just went from 2 hours to 15 minutes, all because of networking. Because of your strategic connections. That is truly powerful, and it is a representation of how God can and will work in your life. The issue is that we are usually too consumed with ourselves and what we're trying to do to recognize these opportunities. All too often, we don't put ourselves in situations where we can meet new people. And then when things are divinely orchestrated, we sometimes brush people off before the true value of the connection presents itself. But Scripture itself supports the idea that connections are important. Proverbs 27:17 reminds us, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” So it stands to reason that if you want to be successful as an author – and in life – it's important to surround yourself with and stay connected to the right people. Who Are the Right People?But, you might be thinking, who are the right people? Great question! We have the best chance of success when we surround ourselves with people who are: Like-minded Focused on learning and growing Pursuing their own goalsWilling to give support, like promoting your book or connecting you to people who could promote your book or your businessOpen to receiving supportIn other words, the goal of networking is to foster a mutually beneficial relationship, where you are adding value to their life, and they are adding value to yours. In contrast, people who are pulling in a different direction, not focused on their goals, still talking about it rather than being about it, and are married to doing things on their own versus asking for help are not good candidates for your dream team. How Do I Find the Right People?So the next question is, could you use some more of the right people in your circle? If your answer is yes, let this be your challenge to take intentional steps to practice networking and build more strategic connections. They don't even have to all be business connections – the important thing is to connect with more people. Where we get stuck is when we are presenting our offer and message to the same old group of people who have already heard that message and already made the decision as to whether or not it is for them. Coming back to that group isn't going to get you anywhere. You need to be constantly expanding the number of people who know who you are. Because the more people know who you are, the more opportunities will present themselves. Not sure where or how to start networking? Try one or more of these ideas: You could join a meetup group, either in your local community or online, to explore new interests. You could join Toastmasters like I did, and connect with others who are building their speaking skills and preparing to grow their businesses. You could check out Business Network International (BNI) as a resource to develop lasting relationships with like-minded business professionals. You could go to a Facebook group, like the Christian Authors Network, and start connecting with people in that group. Not just posting about your book on Support Saturdays, but making an intentional effort to connect with people in the group. You could go to other Facebook groups with Christian writers or entrepreneurs in them. Just remember, these are all opportunities to meet like-minded folks online – not to spam them with posts about your book. But the more people you connect with, the wider your reach will be. And the more people who know about you and your book, the better off you will be. Building strategic connections, a.k.a. networking, is one of the most effective ways to get noticed, build relationships, sell books, and grow your business. Your Next StepsEssentially, there are five reasons you should start building strategic connections today: You'll make new friends and connections that you did not have before. You'll learn about new opportunities, because new people make new opportunities. You'll get exposure for your books, because when you are meeting new people, they always want to know a little bit about who you are and what you do. It's a perfect opportunity to share. You'll expand your reach and influence. You're a great person, so getting connected to other great people means that your message is going to spread, because people like to talk about good things in their life. You'll generate leads and opportunities. Instead of trying to get leads through salesy, sleazy tactics, it will be a much more natural realization of, “Hey, we have something in common. We can help each other.” At its heart, networking is all about being willing to both lend support and receive support. So now it's time to get intentional: what is one intentional step that you will make to start building strategic connections? Then be sure to come back next week for Book Sales Success Secret #7! BIO:My name is Tamara "Coach Tam" Jackson and I am a published author, Facebook© Certified Digital Marketer, host of the Top 100 Publishing Secrets podcast, and founder of The Christian Authors Network (C.A.N.) Facebook© community. I specialize in helping mission-driven authors, coaches, and entrepreneurs increase their exposure, impact, and income through strategic self-publishing and digital media appearances. Just say yes and we will work together to attract a tribe of loyal followers that 1) "get you", 2) love what you do, and 3) are happy to invest in your book, business, cause, or movement. Plus, we will accomplish all of this without fake, salesy, sleazy, or manipulative tactics. Yes you CAN write, publish, and profit in a way that honors God; join the community today at https://christianauthors.net/fbgroup.   GET CONNECTED:Connect with fellow Christian Authors: http://christianauthors.net/fbgroupDownload the Free Christian Author Marketing EBook: https://265point.com/secretsbook1Get Booked as a Guest Speaker for Free: http://christianauthors.netFollow Tam on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TamaraJacksonTransformationExpert/Interact with Tam on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fitnesstamara265/Learn more about 265 Point: http://www.265point.com

Thrive: Mental Health and the Art of Living Free
More Than A Mom with Kari Kampakis : [Episode 99]

Thrive: Mental Health and the Art of Living Free

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 41:06


Hello Friends! As I've mentioned before, we are in the middle of a year-long series about you learning to live healthy. There is a lot we need to do to keep ourselves healthy. For example, self-care isn't about taking a nap or spending the afternoon at the spa. It is caring for your whole self - body, mind, and spirit. On the show, I'm joined once again by Kari Kampakis, an author, speaker, podcaster, and newspaper columnist from Birmingham, Alabama. Kari and I talk about her new book, self-care, and cultivating all of our relationships, especially those adult relationships and friendships. Kari's work has been featured on The TODAY Show, TODAY Parents, Focus on the Family, EWTN, Bethany Hamilton's Mother/Daughter ‘Ohana Program, Yahoo! News, Grown & Flown, FaithGateway, Jesus Calling, Your Teen, Mother.ly, For Every Mom, Love What Matters, Ann Voskamp's blog, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and other national outlets. She and her husband, Harry, have four daughters and their dog, Lola. Listen in to learn more about : Catch up with Kari and why she wrote another parenting book. How our worth relates to our parenting style and how it leads to being more bore prone to exhaustion. As women and mothers, we can sometimes let sacrifices evolve into self-neglect, and what can we do to prevent that? Pursuing our kids even when they don't pursue us. We can't rely on our children for our own self-worth, especially during the teenage years. Resources Connect with Kari Check out Kari's other podcast episode on Thrive, Creating Resiliency in our Kids. Kari's two books for teen girls, 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know and Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For, and her bestselling book for moms, Love Her Well: 10 Ways to Find Joy and Connection with Your Teenage Daughter, have been used widely across the country for small group studies. www.karikampakis.com Facebook Instagram Pinterest Twitter Connect with Melissa Instagram: @MelissaClarkCounseling Website - www.melisaaclarkcounseling.com

The Next Man Up | Equipping Fathers | Raising Men
TNMU #206: Pursuing His Heart More Than Obedience

The Next Man Up | Equipping Fathers | Raising Men

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:14


Parenting from a place of fear is a way to gain your son's obedience. It's also likely to result in strained or severed relationship in the end. There is a better way to have a strong relationship and his obedience—parenting from a place of love. In this episode, Mark talks about the two acts of his fathering journey and the intermission between that made all the difference.   Stay up to date with us through our mail list (sign up here) or our FB page @NMUJourney.   Expanded Notes: Our default or initial mode of parenting is significantly influenced by how we were parented If we wish to change, we must first become aware Fathering from an insecure place will lead to a focus on obedience and compliance in order to validate the father More secure fathering will prioritize the relationship and allow obedience to grow from it In John 3:17 Jesus says, “I did not come into the world to condemn.” Parenting can parallel your understanding of who you are as a son of God When you are secure, parenting from a place of love vs fear, you can better meet your kids where they are and give into the situation what is needed most What does a loving response look like in the moment? Some practical tips: Don't react in anger; give yourself a “timeout” to settle down before responding Make discipline decisions ahead of time; define the boundaries and the consequences beforehand Focus on pursuing a love based approach versus a fear based approach

Grace Family Church Sermons
1 Pet 1:3-11 | Pursuing Growth in Godliness Together

Grace Family Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 48:02


Message preached at Grace Family Church, Caymanas Estate, Jamaica, by Joel Bain on May 8, 2022.

SAE Tomorrow Today
109. Pursuing AV Micro-Transit on a Global Scale

SAE Tomorrow Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 53:47


May Mobility's self-driving shuttles have provided more than 300,000 autonomous rides in nine cities in the US and Japan. And CEO Edwin Olson is just getting started. He has a recipe for transforming transportation – and quality of life – worldwide: . ·        A policy of listening to people to understand the unique transit challenges they face in their communities – inaccessible public transit, for example, or a long trudge from the bus stop to the dining district. ·        A strategy to work with cities, state agencies, and private enterprises to customize autonomous vehicle (AV) services that fill mobility gaps. ·        A powerhouse partnership with Toyota capable of providing vehicles, services, and resources on a global scale. ·        A game-changing approach to AV software development, known as multi-policy decision-making. . The underlying technology is critical to ensure safety and build trust, of course, but Olson argues that success starts with a human touch and understanding each community's unique needs. . “Autonomous cars are hard, and every city brings new challenges for us to solve,” he says. “There is nothing quite so motivating . . . as a real-world point of contact with riders and cities to determine where to focus and what to fix.” . We'd love to hear from you. Share your comments, questions and ideas for future topics and guests to podcast@sae.org. Don't forget to take a moment to follow SAE Tomorrow Today (and give us a review) on your preferred podcasting platform. . Follow SAE on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Follow host Grayson Brulte on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. . Sign up for the SAE SmartBrief

Me Time Midlife Podcast
What's Identity Got to do with Health Habits? - In Conversation with Christen Kwan

Me Time Midlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:17


After graduating from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Commerce, Chris Kwan began her adult life as a Certified General Accountant. She soon realized that this career was doing nothing to fulfill her passion for fitness, nutrition, and helping others. Pursuing this passion, Chris earned certifications as a personal training specialist, a life coach, nutrition coach, and consistency coach. She made a drastic change in careers and now has over 20 years of experience in personal training, nutrition, and lifestyle coaching.  She owns and operates both Core Ten Physical Evolutions (an exclusively private personal training studio in North Vancouver, B.C.) as well as Healthy Habits Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching. Chris is passionate about helping women in midlife break free from the cycle of yo-yo dieting caused by cravings, mindless emotional eating, and unhealthy habits. Her unique approach results in better health and guilt-free self-care, leading to better health, less stress and more self-confidence for life … all without dieting or deprivation. Connect with Chris:WebsiteFacebookInstagramFree guide---To learn more about Kim's Me Time Midlife Community on Facebook, go here.

Classics You Slept Through
Classics You Slept Through: Episode 95 - Frankenstein (Chapters 10 -15)

Classics You Slept Through

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 89:27


Classics You Slept Through: Episode 95 - Frankenstein (Chapters 10 - 15) Pursuing his creation, who he believes responsible for the murder of his brother and, indirectly, the death of Justine, Victor comes face to face with his creation. Unable to best it in combat, he is instead convinced to listen to what the creature has been up to over the past year. Turns out, he's been the most innocent voyeur to ever observe an unsuspecting family. YouTube Twitter Facebook Instagram Twitch Reddit Email: CYSTPod@gmail.com

Gracious Words
Pursuing the Promises Part 2

Gracious Words

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:00


The Micah Hanks Program
Pursuing the Phenomenon: Dialogues on the State of Ufology | MHP 05.09.22.

The Micah Hanks Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 84:14


Since 2017, many surprising developments have occurred within the study of UFOs, or what the U.S. government and many scientists now prefer to call UAP. But how much has really changed since the UFO mystery began decades ago, and what have we learned in recent years about the phenomenon?  Joining us to discuss all this and more is journalist Alejandro Rojas, who shares his insights on the current state of science being applied toward aerial mysteries, as well as the government's ongoing involvement with UAP investigations... all this week on The Micah Hanks Program. The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Enjoy The Micah Hanks Program? Check out Micah's other podcasts here.  Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. If you would like to advertise with The Micah Hanks Program, all you have to do is click the link below to get started: Gumball: Advertise with The Micah Hanks Program Show Notes Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode: NEWS: NASA wants to send nudes to space in order to attract aliens Do they really? Maybe not…  'Best photograph of a UFO ever taken' released by researches over remote lake  ANALYSIS: Haines and Valle's examination Analysis of 1971 Costa Rica U.F.O. Image - Rocky Mtn Paranormal Research Society Mick West's take (agrees with the RMPRS conclusions above) NASA's explanation of a similar photo ALEJANDRO ROJAS: Official Website Alejandro Rojas on Twitter Alejandro Rojas at Den of Geek Open letter to the US Air Force regarding allegations of UFO disinformation BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter Keep up with Micah and his work at micahhanks.com.

Bottom Line Faith
Reissue – Pursuing People Over Profit with Bill Hart

Bottom Line Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 30:32


Bottom Line Faith is the show that bridges the gap between faith and business.

Counseling MA Program Podcast Series
Ep. 57: CSI Student Series 2| Integrating Spirituality Into Counseling with Pia & Renisha

Counseling MA Program Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:26


CSI Vice President Pia von Strasser interviews fellow 2nd-year student Renisha Lyon about integrating spirituality and religion into counseling. Some of the topics covered in this conversation include: -Pursuing a dual master's degree in Divinity and Clinical Mental Health Counseling -Distinguishing between religion and spirituality -Renisha's own religious and spiritual development -Respectful approaches to exploring clients' negative experiences with religion -The clinical utility of patience, authenticity, and curiosity -Strengths-based perspectives on client spirituality -Embracing the messy and abstract nature of spirituality -Promoting holistic wellness For more information about the M.A. Counseling Program at Wake Forest University, visit: counseling.graduate.wfu.edu/ Music Credit: “Voyage” by Ikson

Tuesdays with Merton Podcast
Gordon Oyer - Re-Visioning a Fragmented World: Learnings through Merton's Letters on Social Change

Tuesdays with Merton Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 58:51


Beyond his prolific publications, we know Thomas Merton for his vast, diverse readings and massive output of correspondence. This session explores perspectives on peace, race, and ecology that Merton shared in his apostolate of letters. It connects these views with reading materials that informed his thought and helped address his recipients' immediate concerns about those social dilemmas. It also highlights how his responses spoke beyond their immediate context and, as Daniel Berrigan stated, timelessly “unmasked the spiritual forces which lie under the appearances of things” and remain at play in our own time. Gordon Oyer is the author of Signs of Hope: Thomas Merton's Letters on Peace, Race, and Ecology and Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest, which reconstructs Thomas Merton's 1964 retreat for peace activists. Over the past decade he has presented papers at several ITMS and Thomas Merton Society of Great Britain and Ireland conferences, and he has published articles in The Merton Annual and The Merton Journal as well as book reviews for The Merton Seasonal. Oyer received his MA in history from the University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign. He currently resides in Louisville, Ky.

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
103. Pursuing Proactive

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 9:07


Proactive's definition according to Oxford Language is an adjective that means, (of a person, policy, or action) creating or controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than responding to it after it has happened. Being proactive yourself is essential to your success in many aspects of your life. Find out how you can become more proactive and its importance in this episode of Chase the Vision! This episode of Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman was edited via Podcastle.ai. Podcastle is an online audio content creation platform that makes our job as content creators so much easier. Want to check it out for yourself? Sign up using my affiliate link: https://podcastle.ai/?ref=isaacmashman

Fitness x Business
Your 4: The Demands Of Business, Micro Obsession Macro Balance, Building Belief & Pursuing Passion

Fitness x Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:06


In this episode of Your 4, Joseph & Caleb discuss the demands of running a business, explain the meaning of "micro obsession, macro balance", dive into building belief through putting in work, and provide advice on pursuing your passion.

Next Steps Podcast
Episode 129: Pursuing Community

Next Steps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 50:02


This week Eric and Jedidiah look back at Sunday's sermon, and talk about pursuing Christ centerd community, as we seek to spur one another on towards love and good deeds. If you have a question for us feel free to send us an email at "questions@fbcforestcity.org"

Faith First Podcast
Pursuing the Giver Message

Faith First Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:15


Welcome. You are listening to the Faith First Podcast where we launch a new episode every Tuesday morning on the messages and conversation of how to walk faith first. We continue to go through a series on Spiritual Gifts. If we are seeking to know what our gift or gifts are, we would do right in asking God, but not only that but also pursue Him for He is the Giver of the gifts. Let's listen in on the message that our Lead Pastor Steve Darr has prepared for us on pursuing the giver.In this episode you'll discover:Why we are to pursue God with all we have in usSpiritual Gifts are not meant to be the focus but God HimselfWhy do we need to pursue Christ more and moreWhat needs to be put out of our minds when in pursuit of GodDue to our imperfections, we must continue to pursue Christ. Only He can change who we are. We don't need to live in pain, anxiety, or fear. Christ can change all that if we're willing to pursue Him. By pursuing Him in all things, we will then discover what our gifts are and where and how to use them.We hope you are enjoying the latest series on Spiritual gifts and encourage you to hit the subscribe button and be alerted when the next episode is launched. Until then, pursue God with all that you have faith first.

The Well Austin - Sermons
5/8/22. Empowered by the Spirit: Fruit of the Spirit: Pursuing His Work in our Lives

The Well Austin - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 43:56


Travis Deluna teaches from various passages.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Chinese immigrants history at Yosemite. Model nurse pursuing two passions. Catching up with Andrew McCarthy.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:24


A look at how Chinese immigrants helped pave the way for generations to enjoy Yosemite National Park. Plus, TODAY Celebrates Nurses – meet an inspiring nurse pursuing her other passion of modeling. And, Andrew McCarthy talks his new book “Brat: An ‘80s Story.”

CCSRQ Podcast
God's Pursuing Grace

CCSRQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022


Luke 7

Poema Podcast
Poema S8 019 | Megan Crozier (The Pursuing Life) On Leaving Toxic Religion

Poema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 39:54


Today I'm joined by Meghan Crozier (@ThePursuingLife on twitter) who tells her story. She talks about her experiences in evangelicalism and what drove her to begin her deconstruction journey, and where it has taken her.  Meghan goes on to share just how this process has impacted different areas of her life, including her relationships, marriage, and work. She also talks about how it opened her eyes to oppressive and systemically racist systems & her own response to this revelation. She reveals just how much she has had to learn, unlearn or relearn as part of this journey, and how much bigger this work is than just a faith deconstruction or change of belief. 

Beyond Jaws
24: Pursuing a shark sensory career with Dr. Steve Kajiura

Beyond Jaws

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 66:31


Dr. Steve Kajiura joins Dr. David Ebert and Andrew to discuss how he grew up in a small town in Ontario to work on shark sensory research at Florida Atlantic University.  Connect with Steve: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Elasmolab Website: http://biology.fau.edu/directory/kajiura/index.php Connect with us: Beyond Jaws is supported by Save Our Seas Website: https://saveourseas.com/ Dave:  Website: https://www.lostsharkguy.com/ Instagram: https://bit.ly/3q1J9Q5 Andrew: Website: https://www.speakupforblue.com/ Instagram: https://bit.ly/37g5WkG

RMCC Montana
Pursuing Holiness 5/8

RMCC Montana

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 46:01


Elder Kevin Nelstead Adult Sunday School Rocky Mountain Community Church, PCA in Billings, MT www.rmccmontana.org

White Flag Church
Pursuing Perfection | Mother's Day 2022

White Flag Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022


As moms we tend to pursue perfection in all of the wrong places.

Redemption Church Sermons - WV
Waiting, Pursuing, Choosing, and Sending

Redemption Church Sermons - WV

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 40:13


Whatever God plans, He pursues. This makes us patient. Whomever God chooses, He uses. This makes us humble. Wherever God selects, He sends. This makes us content.

Horizon Church - Auckland
Pursuing a Kingdom Atmosphere

Horizon Church - Auckland

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 35:10


A message by Tim Stevenson

Followers of the Way Podcast
Weary Yet Pursuing - Daniel Kenaston

Followers of the Way Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022


Mother's Quest Podcast
Here Comes the Sun: A Solocast on Death, Grief, and Love

Mother's Quest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 50:54


Welcome back to the Mother's Quest Podcast.   I know it's been a while– a long while.    When my father, David Lieberman, died in December, I put the podcast on pause. And in many ways, it felt like I also put parts of my life on pause. But after months of navigating waves of grief, I'm finding my way back into my life and back to my voice.   Through laughter and tears, I recorded a special solocast to officially close out Season Six of the Mother's Quest Podcast so I can begin again. It felt like part of my healing to share my stories with you and I'm hopeful that there may be something in these reflections that can be meaningful and healing for you too.     Death is one of the few things we can all count on in our lives. And yet it's one of the things we are most reluctant to talk about. I hope this exploration of my experience during my father's death, and the lessons I learned, might support you to open yourself to conversations about death. In so doing, you'll open yourself more fully to life and love.    "There is nothing so whole as a broken heart" – a quote I cut out in a magazine while working on my vision board the other day. It resonated immediately. There were so many people, only a few of you who I mention by name in this episode (but you know who you are!) whose wisdom, compassion and caring made moving through this painful process not only bearable but at times beautiful. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You helped me and my family stay whole and I am so grateful.  Lessons To Guide You Through the Death of a Loved One In this episode, I walk you through the eight lessons I learned through my father's death, my grief, and most importantly– my love for my Dad and my family.    1) Look for the Signs  2) Find Your Guides  3) Closure Can be Healing  4) Lean Into Your Rituals. Make Them Your Own.  5) Let Laughter In and Invite the Possibility that the Unexpected Can be a Gift  6) Release Perfectionism and Shame  7) Open Your Heart and Ride the Waves  8) Have the Conversations    This Episode's Challenge: While it's not easy to talk about, having conversations about death is one of the best ways to prepare ourselves and those around us for when the time comes– because we'll never know when it might happen. So say "yes" to conversations about death and dying. Use the resources at Death over Dinner to gather with friends and family for these conversations.  Also have meaningful conversations, and consider recording them, like I did with my father, with the important people in your lives. Finally, enjoy the journey, cherish the dash between the years from when you were born and when you will die and continually ask yourself the question "What is it you want to do with your one wild and precious life?"   Resources and Podcast Episodes Mentioned: Love of Family and Pursuing our Fate with David Lieberman – A Father's Day Special Mystics Oracle Deck  YouTube | The Dash Summer Day by Mary Oliver Death Over Dinner: The Most Forgiving Place for Difficult Situations Jewish Hospice Center of Los Angeles  Right Livelihood, Magic, and Meaning with Lindsay Pera of the Modern Mystics Institute Embracing Neurodiversity and Being an Adult with Julie Lythcott-Haims and Ryan Neale   Special note about this episode: These reflections are based on my experience navigating the death of my father who lived a full and happy life until the age of 84. I am certain that losing a child or someone of any age to a traumatic situation is a whole different experience. I do want to share a link to an episode I recorded with Trayvon Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, who tragically lost her son in senseless gun violence. I invite you to listen to this episode for a different and important perspective on grief: From Grief to Advocacy and a Circle of Mothers with Trayvon Martin's mother Sybrina Fulton.   This Episode Is Dedicated By: Donna Helete   Donna Helete thrives in the realm of human connection.  She's a regenerative grief coach, bereavement counselor, relationship tender, mentor, educator, and community builder with experience in non-profit leadership. She holds space for conversations around grief, love, life, and death.  She walks a path toward elderhood, bringing with her real life credentials which include the death of her husband of 28 years in September 2015.  Through her experience, she emphasizes the regenerative nature of grief, which allows us to be renewed again and again.  To learn more about her work, visit donnahelete.com and learn about her one on one sessions and workshop offerings. Mother's Quest is a podcast for moms who are ready to live a truly E.P.I.C. life. Join in for intimate conversations with a diverse group of inspiring mothers as they share how they are living an E.P.I.C. life, Engaging mindfully with their children (E), Passionately and Purposefully making a difference beyond their family (P), Investing in themselves (I), and Connecting to a strong support network (C). Join our community of mothers to light the way and sustain you on your quest at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mothersquest/

Wallace Ridge Pentecostal Church
05-04-2022 Pastor Stevison "Faint Yet Pursuing" WED 7PM

Wallace Ridge Pentecostal Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 25:33


05-04-2022 Pastor Stevison "Faint Yet Pursuing" WED 7PM

Dr. Duke Show
Ep. 693 – Disturbing Video Catches School Board President Pursuing 11-Year-Old Girl

Dr. Duke Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 22:03


On this episode of the “Dr. Duke Show” we start in Ohio, where an area school board president is in major trouble after he admitted to driving two hours to meet with an 11-year girl he had been exchanging inappropriate messages with.

Windowsill Chats
Holly Stein on How Creating Across a Variety of Mediums Is the Best Way to Stretch Creativity and Fuel Artistic Passions

Windowsill Chats

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:07


Margo is joined by Holly Thomas Stein, the artist behind HTS Studios. Holly has been an artist for as long as she can remember, from crayons to computers and everywhere in between. In 30+ years as a self-employed artist, Holly has been a graphic designer, illustrator, metalsmith and mixed media artist as well as owned an art gallery and taught jewelry making. She's been fortunate to work with amazing international companies creating marketing and advertising campaigns, products and packaging. Her work has been featured in books and magazines and won numerous awards.   Margo and Holly discuss:  Feeding interests, trying new things and adding depth to your portfolio  Continuing education and always “doing”, never becoming sedentary  The original art class her mom took pre-computer days (and getting feedback from artists like Norman Rockwell!) Where she got the idea to license her artwork Pursuing interests even if they're challenging Creating across a variety of mediums Understanding client needs and expectations Stretching creativity and fueling artistic passions And more!   Currently Holly licenses her art to a variety of manufacturers in the decor, paper, gift and textile markets. She also makes and sells handcrafted jewelry and dabbles in ceramics.   Connect with Holly: https://htsstudios.net ttps://www.instagram.com/htsstudios/ Patternfield App: Holly Thomas Stein

The Thinking Out Loud with PJ's Podcast
Pursuing the Discipleship of Our Kids With Urgency

The Thinking Out Loud with PJ's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 57:28


Three guests join me as we talk about the importance and urgency of discipling our kids. This conversation takes place from the perspective of the church and parents! Don't miss it. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/mark-july/you-and-your-smile

Evolve With Emily
264. Pursuing True Health With Joseph Sheehey

Evolve With Emily

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 66:30


In today's episode, Emily has friend and guest Joseph Sheehey on. Joseph is a former aerospace engineer turned health and lifestyle entrepreneur. He is a husband and father to a sweet baby girl. Joseph is also the CEO of Cured Nutrition and host of Cured Collection Podcast. If you're unfamiliar with Cured, it is a company dedicated to changing the narrative around CBD and is on a mission to spread the awareness around the healing powers of the plant. Cured provides the highest of quality CBD supplements to offer you a simple, streamlined and effective routine to optimize your brain and your body. Joseph shares how he started the company and his experience in this industry helping others to understand the amazing benefits of CBD. He also talks about becoming and aligning with the person he wanted to be, the difficulties opening a CBD business and the incredible push back he received, core values and being authentic on social media. We are so excited to announce that Cured Nutrition is the first ever sponsor of the show! This is truly an amazing episode that you will definitely want to hear and share! Right now, CURED is extending an exclusive offer to you, my listeners. You can grab Rise for 20% off by visiting www.curednutrition.com/product/cured-rise/ and using coupon code “emilyhayden” at checkout.   Follow Joseph on Instagram: @josephsheehey Follow Cured Nutrition on Instagram: @curednutrition Listen to the Cured Collective Podcast: https://spoti.fi/377k5kw   Buy your ticket to The 2022 Evolve Retreat here: https://www.emilyhaydenfitness.com/offers/JKdAfZFd/checkout   Evolve X Coaching & Mentorship Program APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/j5YSH44sSsYq961i9  FAQs: https://www.emilyhaydenfitness.com   SUPPORT THE SHOW HERE All my links: https://linktr.ee/emilyhayden Instagram | YouTube  My favorite supplements www.1stphorm.com/EmilyHaydenFitness Bay Breeze music courtesy of the artist, FortyThr33

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
To Show and Not Tell: Melanie Masarin of Ghia

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 33:31


If you've ever been one of the few people not drinking at a party, you know how awkward it can be, not to mention the fact that soda or water aren't the most exciting drink alternatives. When Melanie Masarin decided that all-day brain fog wasn't worth the glass of wine or two from the night before, she was struck with the realization that there is a glaring lack of sophisticated non-alcoholic beverages in the market. Melanie launched Ghia mid-pandemic, testing out trial recipes with her friends over dinner when it was difficult to engage with potential customers. She wanted to break down the stigma around choosing not to drink by creating an herbaceous, culinary-forward apéritif whose elevated flavor profile drinks well alone or with food. Pursuing her dream job at her dream company, Melanie's mission of inclusivity continues to grow as Ghia is set to launch additional products and open the highly anticipated Ghia House in L.A. 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. Social Media @melaniemasarin @drinkghia Big Ideas How to fearlessly hone your own unique voice and branding. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Transformation Talks
Getting Stronger From the Inside Out with Sal Nakhlawi

Transformation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 55:11


On today's episode of Transformation Talks, we're joined by Sal Nakhlawi, who is the Founder of StrongHER Girls, based out of New York City, and focuses on teaching her clients sustainable, long-term results while allowing them to live joyful, fulfilling lives. She is a USA Weightlifting (USAW) Level 2 Advanced Weightlifting Coach, Certified Functional Strength Coach, and also a signed sports and fitness model.Here's what we got into during today's talk:Getting stronger from the inside out (00:38)Pursuing meaningful goals (02:08)Why walking is so underrated (04:59)How physical activity impacts mental health (09:44)Identifying and celebrating wins (17:08)Overcoming gymtimidation (19:02)Why coaches hire coaches (26:05)What to look for in a coach (32:00)How misleading the industry can be (35:36)An inside look at fitness modeling (37:58)Resisting the constant pressure to be leaner (39:50)How to maintain your results after dieting (43:45)Sal's Fast 5 answers (48:11)Here's where you can connect more deeply with Sal:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/salnakhlawi/Website: https://stronghergirls.com/TikTok: Sal NakhlawiClaim five of my best transformation resources for FREE here: https://samforget.com/bundle/You can apply for a spot in the VIP Coaching Program here: https://samforget.com/coaching/

Feminine as F*ck
Is Feminism causing men to stop pursuing women?

Feminine as F*ck

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 54:05


Today's discussion is in answer to a client question, is feminism causing men to stop pursuing? In this episode I dive into the following: · Why I think the answer to this question is a big YES · How radical feminism and women empowerment has changed behaviours · How we have created a culture in which we are allowed to be non-comital and avoidant · NUGGET: The resentment you have for men is actually the resentment you have for yourself Watch the IGTV of my big announcement: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Ccv75XTJf6A/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link BLNM wait list: https://monicayates.activehosted.com/f/8 Sign up for the dating masterclass: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/the-embodiment-of-dating/ Listen to episode 197: How masculine men actually make society safer, and feminine-men make it unsafe https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/197-how-masculine-men-actually-make-society-safer-and/id1449633522?i=1000545100972 ⇢ Follow the FAF instagram: https://www.instagram.com/feminineasfuck_/ ⇢ Read the blog: https://monicayates.com.au/217-is-feminism-causing-men-to-stop-pursuing/ ⇢ BTS Bubble: https://monicayates.com.au/monica_work/monicas-bts-bubble/ ⇢ UNEDITED magazine: https://monicayates.com.au/unedited-magazine/

Breakthrough Builders
Pursuing our Potential: David Meltzer

Breakthrough Builders

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 25:34


David Meltzer believes that mistakes ‘promote and protect us'. It's a hard-earned belief—his own story substantiates the idea that with the right mindset, no setback is permanent. In his talk with Jesse, David describes his journey from humble beginnings in Ohio to becoming wildly successful and rubbing shoulders with sports legends as the CEO of Leigh Steinberg Sports. He also describes the undoing of that success—a downfall he recounts with inspiring vulnerability. He identifies the people, moments, and insights that helped him build back to a joyful life. Throughout the conversation, he shares profound ideas for how to become a fast learner, develop more empathy, find hidden reserves of gratitude, and reach your ultimate potential. And he and Jesse share a memory of an Ohio sports memory that any NBA fan will know well.(4:21) The power of ‘starting today' when addressing big problems(8:17) David as a ten-year old: disadvantaged but ambitious(10:02) Landing a lucrative job with Leigh Steinberg Sports(11:35) Experiencing the compounding effect of bad behavior(17:04) How telling the truth illuminated a path forward(18:11) Advice for building a brand—the importance of frequencyGuest BioDavid Meltzer is the Co-Founder of Sports 1 Marketing and formerly served as CEO of the renowned Leigh (“Lee”) Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire. David has been recognized by Variety Magazine as their Sports Humanitarian of the Year and awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. He is also the Executive Producer of the Bloomberg and Apple TV series 2 Minute Drill and Office Hours.His life's mission is to empower OVER 1 BILLION people to be happy! This simple yet powerful mission has led him on an incredible journey to provide one thing...VALUE. As part of that mission, for the past 20 years, he's been providing free weekly trainings to empower others to empower others to be happy.Helpful LinksDavid's websiteWatch Season 1 of Office HoursThe Playbook podcastDavid on LinkedIn and Twitter

Luminary Leadership Podcast
86: Letting Go of Guilt When Pursuing Entrepreneurship and Family

Luminary Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 17:02


Feeling guilty as an entrepreneurial parent? There's no doubt in your mind that solely being a stay at home parent, it's not the call for you. You love entrepreneurship and the gifts that come with it and the potential that comes from it! Then why do you feel this crippling friggin guilt when you're working? Why do you feel like you should be with your kids, taking care of the family and leading them? How are you supposed to find the capacity to do both at the level you're called to do them?  If you could just be more productive in your work, so that you can be more fully present when you're with your kids. That's the solution, right? Wrong!  And today's conversation is going to reveal to you a better way to overcome guilt as an entrepreneurial parent that will make you feel like you're doing a great job in both worlds. SHOW NOTES: https://luminaryleadershipco.com/episode86  RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Register for our free Rally Cry event here! There are two time slots available- May 10 at 7pm CST or May 11 at 11am CST. Hope to see you there! Connect with me on Instagram!

Plant-Powered People Podcast
67. Plant-Based Athletes Are Winning The Game

Plant-Powered People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 70:19


Vegan athletes are competing at the highest level in virtually every sport — and winning! Robert Cheeke, longtime vegan bodybuilder and NYT bestselling co-author of The Plant-Based Athlete, shares why plant-based athletes have a competitive advantage. He also shares his experiences thriving as an athlete long-term on a plant-based diet. Visit the Plant-Powered People Podcast website and show notes at: plantpoweredpodcast.com Find vegan recipes, guides, and resources at Plant-Based on a Budget and World of Vegan. SHOW NOTES: Growing up in an animal farming environment Pursuing a plant-based lifestyle despite concerns of coaches, friends, & family Bodybuilding on a vegan diet & putting on 100lbs of healthy weight Some famous professional athletes who are plant-based Inflammation & how food choices impact recovery for athletes The ANDY score and ranking foods on nutrient density Why an athlete can look healthy on the outside but be sick on the inside Athletes who continue competing at a high level later in life thanks to a vegan diet Why some animal protein powders can be dangerous & the benefits of vegan protein Why you don't need protein powder to build muscle Energy levels & getting enough calories on a plant-based diet Top supplements for vegans that are actually helpful The importance of community Resources: Book: The Plant-Based Athlete by Robert Cheeke and Matt Frazier Robert Cheeke's website

Walnut Creek Downtown - Sermons
28. Pursuing Holiness

Walnut Creek Downtown - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 45:04


Pastor Dan Rude continues our series in Hebrews. Listen as he answers the question: How do you pursue holiness? By pursuing peace with everyone and getting rid of bitterness.

Business of the Beat Podcast

There are two main questions from Founders that tend to top the chart no matter where they are in their journey: How do I describe my unique value proposition? What funding source is best for me at my various stages of growth?   You may uncover these and other answers in my conversation with Olivia Owens, the visionary Creator & General Manager of IFundWomen of Color, where Founders make authentic connections and raise capital through crowdfunding, grants, and coaching. Olivia talked about her intrapreneurial journey, the intentionality of a separate platform for women of color, and valuable tips for successful crowdfunding. Some additional highlights: Pursuing your passion with bravery  Why @ifundwomen isn't inherently @ifundwomenofcolor Leveraging community support Using the right tools to prep Mindset shifts for entrepreneurs   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
“Your BEHAVIOR Won't Be The Same!” Master Dopamine For MOTIVATION & FOCUS | Dr. Andrew Huberman

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 109:25


My amazing and talented wife Lisa is releasing her new book Radical Confidence, which you can preorder - and get the bonuses she's created for you - at https://www.radicalconfidence.com. When you read this book, Lisa will teach you 10 No-BS Life Lessons to become the hero of your own life and take MASSIVE bold action to achieve your potential!Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist who continues educating audiences about brain development, brain plasticity and the inner workings of dopamine. He's showing people how to hack their behaviors and rewire their thinking for optimal performance and outcomes.Consider this episode a masterclass on all things dopamine. Dr. Huberman takes the complication out of neuroscience and simplifies how dopamine is tied to motivation, craving, and even perception of time. One of the many takeaways in the episode is that idea that small incremental steps towards a bigger outcome and purpose is worth celebrating if you want to get the benefit of dopamine rewards. Dopamine isn't necessarily about huge wins and achieving big goals. It's about the pursuit and craving of those goals. It's about enjoying the journey and not just focusing on the destination or result. The information Dr. Huberman is unpacking here is going to be significant to anyone in pursuit of a highly successful and meaningful life.SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Andrew Huberman0:28 | Spike Dopamine for Motivation25:09 | Break Addiction to Negative Thoughts 44:06 | Master Focus, Reduce Overindulging1:10:46 | Pursue Challenge, Reward Small Wins 1:36:37 | The Power of DopamineQUOTES:“Celebrating the win more than the pursuit, it actually sets you up for failure in the future.” [1:48]“Dopamine itself is not the reward, it's the build up to the reward. And the reward has more of a kind of opioid bliss like property” [15:41]“Pursue rewards, but understand that the pursuit is actually the reward. If you want to have repeated wins.” [16:13]“Pleasure experienced without prior requirements for pursuit is terrible for us.” [17:22]“Agitation and stress were designed to get us up and move us, and when we try and fight that too much, and we try and quiet that stress, that actually can be problematic.” [37:11]“If you have negative thoughts, just remember, I can also introduce positive thoughts the same way I can control running around the block. Positive thoughts are the equivalent of forward physical action.” [42:16]“All the segments of your life are noted by peaks in dopamine, or the way that you happen to conceptualize dopamine.” [45:33]“When people's dopamine is low, they tend to overestimate, okay, okay. And when people's dopamine is high, they tend to underestimate time.” [47:47]“Dopamine is a very misunderstood molecule, it's often talked about only in the context of reward, [...] what's often not discussed is that dopamine is secreted in route to rewards...” [1:22:25]“The molecule dopamine when secreted in the brain, makes us pursue things, build things, create things, makes us want new things that we don't currently already have.” [1:42:45]Follow Andrew Huberman:Website: https://hubermanlab.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andrewhubermanlab Twitter: https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Podcast: https://hubermanlab.com/

Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu
“Your BEHAVIOR Won't Be The Same!” Master Dopamine For MOTIVATION & FOCUS | Dr. Andrew Huberman

Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 109:25


My amazing and talented wife Lisa is releasing her new book Radical Confidence, which you can preorder - and get the bonuses she's created for you - at https://www.radicalconfidence.com. When you read this book, Lisa will teach you 10 No-BS Life Lessons to become the hero of your own life and take MASSIVE bold action to achieve your potential!Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist who continues educating audiences about brain development, brain plasticity and the inner workings of dopamine. He's showing people how to hack their behaviors and rewire their thinking for optimal performance and outcomes.Consider this episode a masterclass on all things dopamine. Dr. Huberman takes the complication out of neuroscience and simplifies how dopamine is tied to motivation, craving, and even perception of time. One of the many takeaways in the episode is that idea that small incremental steps towards a bigger outcome and purpose is worth celebrating if you want to get the benefit of dopamine rewards. Dopamine isn't necessarily about huge wins and achieving big goals. It's about the pursuit and craving of those goals. It's about enjoying the journey and not just focusing on the destination or result. The information Dr. Huberman is unpacking here is going to be significant to anyone in pursuit of a highly successful and meaningful life.SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Andrew Huberman0:28 | Spike Dopamine for Motivation25:09 | Break Addiction to Negative Thoughts 44:06 | Master Focus, Reduce Overindulging1:10:46 | Pursue Challenge, Reward Small Wins 1:36:37 | The Power of DopamineQUOTES:“Celebrating the win more than the pursuit, it actually sets you up for failure in the future.” [1:48]“Dopamine itself is not the reward, it's the build up to the reward. And the reward has more of a kind of opioid bliss like property” [15:41]“Pursue rewards, but understand that the pursuit is actually the reward. If you want to have repeated wins.” [16:13]“Pleasure experienced without prior requirements for pursuit is terrible for us.” [17:22]“Agitation and stress were designed to get us up and move us, and when we try and fight that too much, and we try and quiet that stress, that actually can be problematic.” [37:11]“If you have negative thoughts, just remember, I can also introduce positive thoughts the same way I can control running around the block. Positive thoughts are the equivalent of forward physical action.” [42:16]“All the segments of your life are noted by peaks in dopamine, or the way that you happen to conceptualize dopamine.” [45:33]“When people's dopamine is low, they tend to overestimate, okay, okay. And when people's dopamine is high, they tend to underestimate time.” [47:47]“Dopamine is a very misunderstood molecule, it's often talked about only in the context of reward, [...] what's often not discussed is that dopamine is secreted in route to rewards...” [1:22:25]“The molecule dopamine when secreted in the brain, makes us pursue things, build things, create things, makes us want new things that we don't currently already have.” [1:42:45]Follow Andrew Huberman:Website: https://hubermanlab.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andrewhubermanlab Twitter: https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Podcast: https://hubermanlab.com/

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Real Estate Training | 12 Critical Success Secrets (2)

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 48:38


You're busy, busy, busy! You're slammed, you have tons of pendings and all the drama that comes with them... what's ok to stop doing, and what must you NEVER drop when you're consumed with business? 7 - Pursuing less-than-motivated or non-responsive 'leads'. Let them go! If you've been doing a good job with your lead follow-up before you got slammed, and they just aren't responding, chances are they're not real leads anyway.   Podcast Listeners, let's talk. Many agents are worried about the housing market. We get it, Inflation, interest rates, and available homes for sale does require a new approach. Start here: If you want to get your head right, stop listening, reading, or associating with any negative influences. That especially includes negative people. Next, purge from your life anything related to the media. Set your mindset free. YES, there is a market shift happening. and YES you can thrive. You need a newly updated business and lead generation plan. We have it for you. The best part? Your coaching session is at no cost to you. Click this link to receive your complimentary coaching session NOW. 

In Touch Ministries Daily Devotions

Seeking God isn't about following rules; it's about enjoying His presence.

Pray the Word with David Platt
Pursuing Faithfulness (Ecclesiastes 12:13–14)

Pray the Word with David Platt

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 3:58


In this episode of Pray the Word on Ecclesiastes 12:13, David Platt asks the Lord to help us to be faithful to his commandments.