Filling a child's proverbial “empty emotional cup” with connection can feel extremely difficult when your child is experiencing big feelings or displaying concerning behaviors. Parents are often advised to impose a “time out” in moments like these - but traditional time-outs don't actually reduce concerning behaviors or help kids modulate their emotions. In this episode Dr. Coor offers non-punitive ways to be the Safe Haven that your child needs in order to learn to cope with their big feelings rather than resort to big behaviors. Links:www.brooklynparenttherapy.comhttps://www.instagram.com/bkparents/https://project-parenthood.simplecast.com/episodes/how-to-understand-and-fulfill-your-childs-attachment-needshttps://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/circle-of-security-model/what-is-the-circle-of-security/DrNekeshiaHammond.cominstagram.com/dr.nhammondfacebook.com/drnekeshiahammondlinkedin.com/in/drnekeshiahammondtwitter.com/dr_hammond Sources:Bert Powell, Glen Cooper, Kent Hoffman, Bob Marvin, The Circle of Security Intervention Enhancing Attachment in Early Parent-Child Relationships . 2013Kent Hoffman, Glen Cooper, Bert Powell , Raising a Secure Child How Circle of Security Parenting Can Help You Nurture Your Child's Attachment, Emotional Resilience, and Freedom to Explore . 2017
Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of Switzerland, Christoph Jenny's journey from the mountainous terrains of his childhood to the forefront of sustainable innovation with Planted, Europe's fastest growing FoodTech startup in the alternative protein space, is a testament to vision, resilience, and a profound connection to nature.
In a captivating interview with Scott Dunn, the visionary CEO of Noveon Magnetics, we unravel the compelling narrative that traces his remarkable journey from the quaint communities of Baltimore, Maryland to the forefront of manufacturing innovation in Texas. Scott's story is infused with a deep-seated passion for creating and an early immersion in the complexities of production. His career trajectory led him to establish Noveon Magnetics—a company poised to redefine the landscape of rare earth magnet manufacturing.
In a recent interview, Doug Scott shared insights into his unique journey, blending diverse perspectives from his international upbringing and experiences, including in oil and gas investment banking, to building a sustainable investment platform. Today, we delve into the story of Doug Scott, tracing his path from unexpected beginnings to the founding of Ethic, a company pioneering sustainable investing.
This is probably the longest title we've ever had! We wanted to capture the depths of this conversation, but a title really doesn't cut it. Take our word for it, this episode is so good! Denise sat down with Jenny Erlingsson, an author and global worker in Iceland, to talk about her writing journey and the ways she has wrestled with her income-generating giftings while raising support. She talks about how God affirmed her calling to write and confirmed it through others around her. Do you ever wrestle with the complicated and beautiful layers of raising support? Do you wonder if it is okay to take time to do fun and life-giving things that don't count as "ministry"? This conversation is for you! Jenny's first novel is coming out in June 2024! You can pre-order Her Part to Play on Amazon. Learn more about Jenny on her website or on Instagram. Learn more about Velvet Ashes Follow Velvet Ashes on Facebook or Instagram Featured music is "Daughters and Sons" by Eine Blume. Check out more from them on iTunes or wherever you get music!
The Industrial Advisor podcast hosts, Bill Condon and Matt McGregor, welcome guest Dan Doherty from Colliers to discuss the industrial real estate market in Las Vegas. Doherty reflects on his background and the history of the Las Vegas market. They discuss the significant growth in the market over the past years, which has resulted in high levels of demand and unprecedented investment from institutions. The market expects an influx of 16 million square feet of industrial space over the next four quarters, which is likely to raise the vacancy rate and create opportunities for tenants seeking expansion. They also touch on the potential influence of the sports entertainment sector. Finally, Doherty provides his predictions for the market heading into 2024. Dan Doherty, SIOR | firstname.lastname@example.org | Direct: +1 702 836 3707 | Mobile: +1 702 809 1000 Key Moments: 00:35 Guest Introduction: Dan Doherty 02:12 Dan's Journey to Las Vegas 02:36 Impact of Mafia in Las Vegas 05:57 Water Crisis in Las Vegas 09:08 Industrial Market Dynamics in Las Vegas 10:42 Future Supply and Demand in Vegas Market 21:37 Impact of Sports and Entertainment on Vegas Market 23:54 Raising a Family in Vegas 26:05 Predictions for the Vegas Market 27:39 Closing Remarks
Baked beans on our toast could soon be British-grown, following a UK initiative between scientists and farmers. Although they've long been a family favourite, until now the beans in baked beans can't be grown in this country, so they've been imported from North America, China and Ethiopia. Following years of research, new varieties of haricot beans have been developed to suit the UK climate, reducing our reliance on importing them. Farmers here can use them as a break crop in a cereal rotation, because they fix nitrogen in the soil. All week we've been travelling around England to see some of the 22 pilot schemes for Landscape Recovery. These are the most ambitious environmental projects in the Government's post-Brexit farm policy – different schemes are being designed in the other home nations. This week, the Government announced a further 34 projects, and say that together the schemes involve more than 700 farmers and landowners across 200,000 hectares. One of the projects, the North East Cotswolds Farmer Cluster, is based around the catchment of the River Evenlode in West Oxfordshire, and aims to reduce flooding by changing the way the land is managed across three and half thousand hectares.What does an American oil man do in retirement? The answer isn't always cruises, Florida and golf. Phil Close has turned to the hard graft of raising beef cattle on the hills above the South Ayrshire coast. Phil and his daughter Heather are doing it differently: raising smaller, all-grass-fed animals that stay in the fields all winter, even as storms howl in off the Irish sea. Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
Mark Abraham, the founder of Shackle, sits down with Gary Fox. Shackle is the global travel app of the future. They have raised ove $20 million with the ultimate ambition of building a business bigger than Airbnb! Originally from Tullamore, Mark now lives in Dubai after a career that has spanned the globe. In this episode we discuss: His calculated decision to move to the Middle East How Shackle can be bigger than Airbnb Why Mark believes work life balance is a myth How he secured some of the world's biggest founders are investors His unique networking approach --- Join my free weekly email newsletter here: https://bit.ly/40TgDkq --- My Season Partners Iconic Offices: https://bit.ly/iconicEE23 EIIS Innovation Fund: https://bit.ly/3sxFdLp ADHD Now: https://bit.ly/49uzd6N
Episode 173. Raising Your Standards In All Areas Of LifeIn today's episode, we talk about standards and more especifically, about raising them!I start by explaining what I mean by standards, both on a physical and on an emotional level.The main concept of our conversation today is to look at some of the major areas in life and do a quick assessment, in order to discover how you too could raise your standards. Listen now to learn… My definition of standards, both on a physical and emotional levelHow to discover the areas in your life where you could raise your standardsA simple way to prioritize yourself and raise your standards in your day-to-day life Get Started Below:Get Juliana's book 'Release' on audiobook, paperback or ebook formatsLeave us a review, it takes just a few seconds! If 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 5-star 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.
Being a mom and building a business is no easy task. It's very difficult to give all your attention to your business and then turn around and give 100% to your little ones who call you mom. They both seem to need all your attention all the time. How does one balance work and family life? I see people asking this question all the time. In today's episode, Ashley Lopez of The Luxury Lash Studio, shares her story how she got into the lash industry and how she kept pressing forward while have 4 kids in a relatively short period of time. Over the years, she has had to deal with a lot of difficult challenges... infertility issues, postpartum depression, miscarriages, starting a lash line that ended up not wanting to do...and so much more. Ashley is a strong woman, and I so enjoyed hearing her story. If you have kids or are thinking of having kids, I know you'll find this episode to be very encouraging. I have a couple of links to share with you that we mentioned in the episode. The first is a book that talks about what does the Bible say happens to children to pass away. Book link: Safe In The Arms of God: https://a.co/d/evUDCF7 The second link is to a song by Cat Stevens. Here is a link on YouTube for you to listen to it: https://youtu.be/KUwjNBjqR-c?si=EVXiJT3ehkc8Uyy2 JOIN THE AMERICAN LASH ASSOCIATION TODAY Save 25% off the year membership fee by using our discount code. Discount code: LASHCAST25 https://americanlashassociation.org/ LASHCON REPLAY IS HERE FOR A LIMITED TIME Did you miss LASHCON this year? No worries...we recorded all our classes (minus the sponsor and VIP session). We have 31 videos ready for you! All you need to do is click on the link, pay for access, download the app, and start watching some of the brightest minds in our industry. We are selling access to LASHCON 2023 for a limited time, so click on the link today. BTW...I want to give you a discount code so you can save $50. At checkout use LASHCON50 and you'll just pay $197 instead of $247. CLICK HERE TO GET ACCESS:https://lashcastproductions.com/products/lashcon-replay-ticket JOIN OUR LASHCAST INSIDER CLUB: Join the coolest club in the lash industry. You'll get discount codes to our webinars, trainings, LashCon, and our upcoming coaching program. Go here to sign up: https://mailchi.mp/lashcastpodcast.com/lashcon-give-away IG: @lashcast @thelashconference.con Join our free Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/lashcastpodcast/ Contact: email@example.com
In this episode, you'll also hear:The many surprising ways Carol has experienced God's grace in her lifeTips on dealing with “analysis paralysis” when you have too many optionsWhen self-publishing might make more sense than traditional publishing — and how to self-publish a book you can be proud ofThe importance of letting people who don't love you read your work before it's publishedCarol's advice for the writer who's struggling to finish their book and get it publishedCarol's “Come to Jesus” MomentCarol McCracken says her life has been anything but “traditional.” Raising a son with four mental health disorders was incredibly challenging, especially since there weren't many resources available to help her and her husband navigate those challenges. Over time, they both turned to alcohol to cope — until one day, Carol was pulled over for driving under the influence. Now, she calls it a “come to Jesus meeting,” because “He loved me enough to get my attention.” As a Bible study teacher, Carol was terrified and ashamed. “I'm a rule follower,” she explains. “And I knew I had broken so many rules.” But when she appeared in court, instead of being punished, her slate was wiped clean. The judge warned her not to repeat the mistake, returned her bail money, and no record was left on her insurance. “I did not deserve one bit of that,” she says. “But I was like, ‘Lord, I will not mess up again. You literally scared the hell out of me!” Until this experience, Carol hadn't realized how badly her judgment was being impaired. But now she knew she needed to make some significant changes in her life. One of those changes was making the difficult decision to divorce. Though Carol hadn't believed in divorce up to this point, it was becoming clear that the marriage was not healthy for either of them.Carol's story is a powerful reminder that you don't have to be perfect to be used by God and to serve in ministry — in fact, no one is! But God loves us enough to pursue us, to get our attention, and to set us back on the right track so He can perfect us for His purposes. Carol admits that she would have chosen a much more “dignified” path if she could have. “But alas, this is my story, and I'm meant to share it,” she says. Journey to Publishing Non-TraditionallyThough Carol considers herself a speaker rather than a writer, God soon started calling her to write. Almost on a whim, she found herself attending a Christian writers conference and meeting agents, one of whom listened to her idea and asked her to submit a book proposal. Instead of accepting the proposal, however, the agent advised her to publish independently or through a small press — because that agent believed the book needed to be written to support Carol's speaking ministry. Ultimately, Carol published her book, Wisdom: Where To Find It If You've Lost, Forgotten, Or Never Had It, independently. This was a different publishing path than she'd anticipated — after all, for many people, even getting to talk to an agent and submit a proposal is a dream come true! But Carol's story is a valuable reminder to us that just because the traditional publishing route doesn't work out, doesn't mean your story doesn't have value. It may just mean that God has another plan for you and your book. Additionally, Carol's publishing experience highlights that your book is only a piece of the story. For many people, the real income opportunity — and ministry — comes not through the book itself, but by leveraging your book to give credibility and visibility to the other gifts God has given you. Analysis ParalysisWhen it came to actually getting her book published, however, Carol says she wrestled with indecision for a while. “I did a lot of research, and I had a lot of analysis paralysis,” she explains. “If you have paralysis, you cannot do anything. You're in one spot, and you must move forward. And I've got to be honest, I learned just as much by trying things that didn't work as I did with things that did work.”One of the things that did work was joining an international writing critique association. This organization helped her find her unique voice, develop a 15-minute presentation of her message, and connect with people to edit, design, and format her book for publishing. “I have learned, do not ever put anything out there unless somebody has read it first,” Carol says. You want your book to represent you and your message well, and that means you need to make sure it's professionally made. That way, not only are you putting out a finished work that you can truly be proud of, but you're also presenting your God-given message in a way that compels people to buy and read it. In addition to getting feedback and editing help from someone who isn't a friend or family member, Carol recommends having someone read your book out loud. This will help you understand how your message is coming across to the audience, instead of relying on how it sounds inside your own head. Turning “Tests” into Authentic TestimonyFollowing her court appearance, Carol says she was afraid that everyone who knew her as a Bible study teacher would judge her. Instead, people told her what she had been through made her more believable and authentic as a spiritual leader. “I learned that in ministry, if you act like you've got it all together, you're not being authentic,” she says.Of course, there has to be a balance, and Carol adds that you still have to earn credibility from people who have never met you. But being able to share how God brought you out of your mistakes and failures can give people hope that they can also overcome whatever mistakes they've made in their own lives. Not only has Carol been able to grow her ministry and her platform, but she has also found renewed friendship with her ex-husband and used her story to inspire countless others. “I did not go through life traditionally,” she says. “I have had a lot of challenges. But I am still here, and there is still breath in me. And I would like to encourage others that God can use anyone. Stick close to him; He will get your attention, and He'll help get you through some stuff. Because the stuff that you're going through is going to be used in ministry. Somehow, you're going to be able to help somebody else.”Don't Give UpWe all must face some kind of challenge in our lives and in pursuing the path God has called us to. No matter what challenges you are facing right now, Carol encourages you not to give up, no matter how hard it is or how long it seems to be taking. “Stick with it,” she says. “If God has given you that message, He will also give you the way and the timing of that message… Whatever you do, get that message out there. It is important for the kingdom.” BIO:Carol Ogle McCracken has been a Bible teacher for twenty years and served on church staff and in women's ministry for three decades. She currently serves as the Minister of Discipleship at her home church. Carol is a Christian communicator in many different forums, large and small, and especially enjoys teaching at women's retreats. She teaches a weekly Wednesday night women's Bible study at her local church, which is also a podcast. She has a passion for helping couples prepare for their lives together and presently owns a wedding planning company on the Gulf Coast. But her greatest passion is to make the Bible come alive for women, connecting scripture to a real relationship with Jesus. She continues to search daily for wisdom and appears to be in good company, as she finds many women on the same quest. Her book Wisdom, Where to Find It if You've Lost, Forgotten, or Never Had It was released in November, 2020. GET CONNECTED:Website: www.CarolMcCracken.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/carologlemccracken
Raising the pH of the ocean to reduce carbon in the air, and robots that can landscape First up on this week's show, Contributing Correspondent Warren Cornwall discusses research into making oceans more alkaline as a way to increase carbon capture and slow climate change. But there are a few open questions with this strategy: Could enough material be dumped in the ocean to slow climate change? Would mining that material release a lot of carbon? And, would either the mining or ocean changes have big impacts on ecosystems or human health? Next, we hear from Ryan Luke Johns, a recent Ph.D. graduate from ETH Zürich, about why we want robots building big rocky structures from found materials: It reduces energy costs and waste associated with construction, and it would allow us to build things remotely on Mars. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. About the Science Podcast Authors: Sarah Crespi; Warren Cornwall Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.z66mytn
If you're a parent of tweens or teens, you've probably wondered about the difference between “typical” teen angst—that is, normal worries, fears, and struggles associated with adolescence—and when there's a deeper issue that might require talk therapy (or possibly, medication). Today, psychoanalyst and clinical social worker Erica Komisar joins us to share her experience and knowledge from more than 30 years in private practice. Hear what she has to say about identifying teens' challenges and struggles, when to seek outside help, how to provide support at home, and the best circumstances to have deeper conversations with your teen. Listen as Dr. Amy, Teri, and Erica discuss everything from boundaries and flexibility to brain development and how parents can serve as the emotional regulators for their teens as they navigate the transition to adulthood.ABOUT ERICA KOMISAR: Erica Komisar is a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst, and parent guidance expert who has been in private practice in New York City for over 30 years. A graduate of Georgetown and Columbia universities and the New York Freudian Society, she is a psychological consultant bringing parenting workshops to clinics, schools, corporations, and childcare settings. She is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the New York Daily News. She is also a contributing editor to the Institute for Family Studies and appears regular on Fox and Friends and Fox 5 News. Erica is the author of “Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters” and “Chicken Little the Sky Isn't Falling: Raising Resilient Adolescents in the New Age of Anxiety.” CONNECT WITH ERICA KOMISAR:• website: www.ericakomisar.com• Facebook: @EricaKomisarLCSW• LinkedIn: @EricaKomisar• Twitter/X: @EricaKomisarCSW CONNECT WITH US Website: www.TheBrainyMoms.com Email: info@TheBrainyMoms.com Social Media: @TheBrainyMoms Dr. Amy's website: www.AmyMoorePhD.comSponsor's website: www.LearningRx.com
Pastors Bill and Bradly raising your children. Proverbs 22:6 - Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. *TRAIN THEM UP / SET EXPECTATIONS * HAVE A FAMILY HUB * SET THE EXAMPLE This Podcast is a produced by Eagleville Bible Church, and you can stay connected with us by following us on Social Media here: Church Website - https://eagleville.church Facebook - www.facebook.com/eaglevillebiblechurch Church App - Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/de... Apple - http://appstore.com/eaglevillebiblech... Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/eaglevilleb.. YouTube - / @eaglevillebiblechurch
We want to raise emotionally intelligent, connected and kind children who will become awesome adults. We want them to build good relationships, ask good questions and understand the purpose behind everything they do. Instead of resigning ourselves to kids just being kids, we can intentionally and proactively teach them what matters and stop reinforcing the wrong ideas. How do we help our kids communicate, develop and grow? How do we teach them lessons that allow them to thrive well into adulthood? In this episode, I'm joined by writer, speaker, online community leader, and author of “52 Modern Manners for Kids”, Brooke Romney. She shares why she's passionate about helping children build better relationships, learn good manners and feel more connected. Self-confidence doesn't come from a parent saying you're awesome 200 times a day. It comes from tackling hard tasks and feeling capable, and that's really important. -Brooke Romney 3 Things You'll Learn in This Episode -Reinforcing the right ideas How do we teach our kids to see the purpose behind activities when they aren't based on having fun? -Forget “kids will be kids” How do we raise our children to become awesome, aware and kind adults? -Persistence and irrational value There's no such thing as an overnight success. How did Brooke build her online community? Guest Bio Brooke Romney is a writer, speaker and leader of an online community who helps moms of teens and tweens create meaningful, healthy and enjoyable relationships with their children through practical application, education and community. Her goal is for every family to feel confident and connected. The mother of four boys ages tween to adult, Brooke knows parenting perfection isn't real and takes an honest and hopeful approach with her audience. Her best-selling book 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens (Volumes 1 & 2) provides weekly tips to help parents and teens navigate the complexities of today's world. The follow-up, 52 Modern Manners for Kids, features tips for kids and tweens aged four to 12. Brooke's work has been featured in The Washington Post, Scary Mommy and Forbes. Brooke and her family live in Utah. For more information, follow @brookeromneywrites and buy “52 Modern Manners For Kids” here.
On this episode, Executive Director of Government Affairs Kent Bacus and Nebraska rancher Jaclyn Wilson, chair of NCBA's International Trade Committee, join to discuss NCBA's concerns with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision to permit beef imports from Paraguay into the United States. NCBA has repeatedly raised concerns with Paraguayan beef imports because of the country's history with devastating Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD). Bacus explains the background on this issue and Wilson shares her perspective on why preventing an outbreak of FMD is so important.
Welcome to the What's Next! Podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week, I'd like to go back to a conversation I shared a while back with Bill Macaitis. Bill served as the go-to-market executive for three of the fastest growing SaaS companies: Slack, Zendesk, and Salesforce. He achieved five exits and now enjoys helping other companies achieve hyper-growth by leveraging his cumulative knowledge and helping build go-to-market playbooks and teams. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone who is looking to turbocharge business performance. TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… customer experience plays a bigger role than you think in your company's growth. You have to start with two key things: 1) Understand the top reasons your company is recommended 2) Then….understand why it isn't. Your brand is the sum of every customer touch point, which means everyone, whether they are a salesperson, a customer service agent, a marketer, or in an entirely different group – everyone must have a clear understanding of the value they bring to a customer's journey. Once everyone is moving forward in the same direction, then it's a good time to discuss shared metrics and incentives. WHAT I LOVE MOST… it's always helpful to put yourself in someone else's shoes. If you are in marketing, go on sales calls. If you are in sales, see what goes into creating the next lead generation campaign. Regardless of where you work in the company, listen in on customer service calls. When the entire company works together toward a shared goal, it will become more effective and the brand will be stronger for it. Running time: 32:47 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on Social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Bill On Social: LinkedIn Twitter
Join me for a hilarious and insightful chat with the amazing Dr. Zee, aka Dr. Zabina Bhasin. She's not just conquering child psychiatry; she's leveling up kids' lives worldwide. We dig into her journey from battling bullies as a child to growing up and becoming a powerhouse advocate for children everywhere. Dr. Zee spills the tea on the secrets to recognizing and validating our kids' thoughts and emotions. Spoiler alert: we're not raising kids; we're raising future adults! Get ready to laugh, learn, and be inspired in this eye-opening episode. You won't want to miss this enlightening episode with the brilliant Dr. Zee! This is one of my favorite quotes from this week's episode: “We're actually more similar than we're different and our differences don't separate us. They bring us together.” – Dr. Zee In this episode: What inspired Dr. Zee to become a child psychiatrist How Dr. Zee is stopping bullying How we can empower our kids Tactics for communicating with our kids How In KidZ is helping break down cultural barriers Why a sense of belonging is so critical Dr. Zabina "Dr. Zee" Bhasin, MD, a child psychiatrist and DEI expert, is the founder of "In KidZ." She's an entrepreneur dedicated to educating families and schools. Inspired by her mother's wisdom, she aims to stop hate, celebrating diversity through her business and movement. As a content advisor and on-camera expert, she addresses real issues and provides practical tools for youth support. With a focus on "raising adults, not kids," Dr. Zee emphasizes listening, modeling compassion, and amplifying youth voices. Her upcoming doc-series, "Raising America," and the accompanying book and podcast, "Raising Adults, Not Kids," offer ongoing resources for resilient future leaders. Make sure to subscribe! New episodes of The Kim Gravel Show drop every Thursday. Order my book: Collecting Confidence. It's a great holiday gift! Check out my channel on QVC+ for full video episodes. Connect with Dr. Zee: Instagram Facebook LinkedIn In KidZ Website Connect with Me: YouTube Facebook Instagram TikTok Website Sponsors: Thank you to Factor for sponsoring the show! Head to https://www.factormeals.com/kim50 and use code kim50 to get 50% off your first box! Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring the show! Head to http://www.betterhelp.com/gravel today to get 10% off your first month! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fund conversations that matter: donate.accessmore.com Sit down with Sissy Goff, director of child and adolescent counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries, for a conversation about parenting during the holidays and how to keep the magic alive and also keeping Jesus at the center, not getting lost in the details, and how to guide your kids through the anxieties of life. Connect with us on social! Levi: @levilusko Jennie: @jennielusko Fresh Life Church: @freshlife Sissy Goff: @sissygoff Daystar Counseling Ministries: @daystarcounselingministries Watch for the Light book - Advent Christmas journey Kate Bowler - PDF devotional Louie Giglio Advent Journey Tim Keller - Hidden Christmas Max Lucado Christmas Devotional for Advent Greg Laurie - Advent Journey The Worry-Free Parent - Sissy Goff Get the Lusketeer Sticker & 5 Gallon Bucket Want to be on the next Q&A episode? Send us your questions! 19:00 - Navigating holidays with kids and creating magic without overly stripping the gears 24:20 - Sissy's advent journey (books) and being intentional about bringing magic along the way 29:23 - Sissy's newest book and workbook 30:21 - Parenting questions - creating strong kids 36:10 - Raising kids that are not too soft. Parenting warmly without being passive 38:40 - pushing your kids without pushing them too far 46:34 - How do we not raise our kids to be entitled, bless them but not spoil them 49:15 - Sissy's newest book and being in the midst of hard things when she wrote it
Today I give you a sneak peek into the exciting debates we are having at the University of Lucerne. Here is one hot topic. Does God create the universe out of nothing or does He eternally create an eternal universe? Listen to Peter Adamson and I debate this question. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews; Dr. Habil, University of Helsinki) is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Lucerne, and visiting professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Guest: Peter Adamson is professor of philosophy at King's College London, University of Munich, and the University of Lucerne. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ryan-mullins/support
On this episode of Smiles Included, we sit with Laura Johansen, a resilient mother who shares her heartfelt experiences of raising her 21-year-old son, Duncan, who has only recently been diagnosed with Skraban-Deardorff. We dive into the early days marked by febrile seizures and delayed development and follow her journey through the complexities associated with this rare condition. We touch upon Duncan's speech development, school and sports experiences, family dynamic and friendships. Laura provides great advice for what has worked for her and Duncan along the way. It's a unique perspective on the joys, challenges, and hopes of raising a child with special needs. Please visit SKDEAS.org for more information about Skraban-Deardorff and how you can support our superheroes.
Here's what is happening in the markets today, Wednesday, November 29th - Stock closed higher on hopes that the Fed is done raising rates - Affirm (AFRM) makes 52-week high - Is the Fed done hiking rates? - Fed Member Waller says “Yes” - Gold Prices are at highest level since May - Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet's right hand man, dies at 99 - Month-to-Date Performance: Dow up 6.9%, S&P 500 up 8.5% and Nasdaq up 10.8% - Today's major economic report: Preliminary GDP Report - VIX (Fear Index) at lowest level since Jan 2020 PLUS: How we trade these markets and our current positions This wraps up today's stock market news. If you enjoyed the "Stock Market Today" episode, make sure to subscribe to this podcast. And for more stock market news, visit our YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/rockwelltrading2008 #todaysstockmarket #stockmarkettoday #stockmarket
Gina Livy's Facebook live from the Maintenance & Mindfulness group hosted on Facebook. This is the live recording of Weigh In Wednesday from November 29, 2023. You can find the full video hosted at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ginalivymaintenanceandmindfulnessTopics covered:Welcoming all our new members @ Intro Introducing Mary Daley @ 2:45 What to expect from the maintenance group? @ 4:15Learning to work through all the habits and associations @ 5:10Living your life but being a bit more in tune @ 5:59 Kim shares what she has learned and settling in and working at your own pace @ 6:25 Utilizing the tools you have gained and moving forward to finally and forever @ 7:33 The Maintenance Group is a safe place to land @ 8:15 The impact of stress even in Maintenance and bringing up old coping mechanisms @ 9:43 What can you do in stressful moments to support you positively? @ 11:56Honouring yourself and doing the things that support you, not adding to your stress @ 14:45 Recognizing where your stress comes from @ 16:16 Mary's tips for coping with stress and her daily routine @ 18:21 Kim's top stress-busting tips @ 19:46 Odette's tips to cope with stress @ 21:12 Introducing some of the Men from Weight Loss By Gina to chat @ 21:49 Getting involved in Movember to raise money for mental health, prostate health & testicular cancer. @ 23:33 Raising awareness of the illness that affects men @ 25:45 What have the men gotten from The Livy Method? @ 28:02 If you'd like to support movember.com/t/thelivymothod @ 30:01To learn more about The Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them!In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about raising explorers and movers as first time parents, treating acquired splay foot, and finding neck pain relief that lasts.Connect with Lara Heimann, The Redefining Movement Podcast, and LYT Daily:Lara on Instagram - @Lara.HeimannKristin on Instagram - @kbwilliams99 Redefining Movement Podcast on Instagram - @RedefiningMovementPodcastLYT Method on Instagram - @LYTMethodToday's podcast sponsor:LYT Newsletter - Sign up for the LYT Newsletter: https://www.getdrip.com/forms/542247881/submissions/newTry Herbal Face Food and use code Lara20 for 20% off Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This one's gonna challenge and encourage anyone trying to not raise Zombie clones in this day and age with every other mind numbed idiot kid out there trying to pulls your kids down. Buddy opens up about the high standards he and his wife have set for their 2 boys and how it's implemented. Hope this one is a huge encouragement to Godly parents trying to do the same!
#sonlight #homeschoolmomlife #homeschool #homeschoolcurriculum #momlife Raising children involves many responsibilities like providing for their basic needs, teaching values and morals, setting boundaries, providing support, and developing life skills. When you homeschool, you add in all the academic requirements as well. If you're juggling a lot and wondering how to balance it all, find out how other Sonlight families have created nurturing environments for their children to grow and thrive in while managing all of life's obligations. Topics (or agenda) include: Constructing routines Designating family culture Time management Accomplishing goals Rejuvenating your household And More!
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What is a Savage Gentleman? How can one embody an oxymoron? Well, according to Josh Tyler, this is the ideal state of Man... the consistent cultivation of both aspects in an effort to reach his highest potential. Josh, in his own words, is a man on a quest to reach his full potential and help others do the same. As a school teacher turned professional fighter/amateur survivalist, his wild and varied experiences led him to co-found Savage Gentleman. Like the company's namesake implies, he is a walking juxtaposition of this dichotomy of masculinity. As a husband, father, fighter and philosopher, Josh continues to explore and improve upon both aspects and encourages all men to do so as well. You can find Josh's amazing offerings at https://savagegentleman.com. I can't wait for you to dive into this episode! We cover many essential topics including the notion of "toxic" masculinity and why it fails to describe men, the difference between sensitivity and vulnerability, the need for positive role models, and what Josh believes men want women to know. If you're looking for more content on the divine polarities, tune into... 200. Modern Masculinity, the Power of Choice and the Importance of Having a Dream with Paul Chek 160. What Men & Women Want Each Other To Know with Alison Armstrong 127. The Driven Woman: Embracing your Genetic Strengths, Self-Worth and Career-Family Paradox with Mother, Writer and Driven Coach, Meghan Terwilliger 93. Making Sense of Womanhood, Modern Life, Rites of Passage and Menopause Truths with Midwife, Author and Healer Susan Willson TIME STAMPS 00:00:00 Opening 00:13:37 Interview Begins 00:18:03 A Journey Towards Men's Work 00:22:43 Creating The Container 00:28:02 Avoiding The Pedestal 00:33:34 What Is A Savage Gentleman? 00:39:12 “Toxic” Masculinity 00:45:50 The Source Of Hostility Towards The Masculine 00:54:47 Is Vulnerability Vs Openness 01:00:07 What Do Men Need Women To Know? 01:03:47 The 3 P's For Men 01:08:03 Becoming A True Provider 01:16:06 The Survival Rules Of 3's 01:21:24 The Body, Mind, And Spirit Drivers 01:27:06 Earning Trust 01:31:56 Face To Face Vs Side By Side 01:37:54 Adjusting To The Modern World 01:40:55 Josh's Offerings 01:46:17 Lift Each Other Up! Subscribing and sharing your kind thoughts & feedback in a review on iTunes is the ultimate way to support Amy and help Awakening Aphrodite in everyone...so thank you in advance!:) You can find all things Amy at: amyfournier.com Jump on Amy's email list where she shares her personal stuff and her newest health and wellness tips and favorite products, classes, course and events updates. For special discounts on Amy's favorite products, visit her estore. We appreciate and encourage you to reach out and interact with us by leaving a comment, following and sharing the episodes at @FitAmyTV on IG and Amy Fournier on FB and remember, you can also watch the episodes on YouTube at Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV!
So we've talked about mindfulness on this show before, and if you're in my Differently Wired Club, you know that mindfulness meditation is something I explore from time to time but really struggle with implementing in the way I think I'm supposed to. Like, I always feel like I'm doing it wrong or it's just not for me. But as my guest today, Hunter Clarke-Fields, explains, there are many accessible ways to practice mindfulness, even for people like me who feel like they can't, or don't want to, slow down. And there's just no disputing the powerful way that mindfulness can support us in helping us be more present, more grounded, more calm, more open, and more curious when navigating all the big, challenging stuff with our neurodivergent kids. During our conversation, Hunter demonstrates a few mindful techniques to regulate yourself when you need it that are very doable even if you only have 3 minutes — I've actually been doing them since we recorded this, and I'm still at it! Hunter also shared strategies to show our kids compassion when they are struggling and introduces us to what has become one of my most favorite positive self-talk phrases — “permission to be human” — as a reminder when we have less than brilliant parenting, or life, moments. She ended the conversation with a beautiful reflection on why it's important to see our kids for who they are and be willing to be open to the changes that happen every day for them. About Hunter Clarke-Fields Hunter Clarke-Fields MSAE, E-RYT (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a Mindfulness Mentor, Mindful Mama podcast host, mom, global speaker, and number 1 bestselling author of Raising Good Humans, as well as her most recent book, Raising Good Humans Every Day (Aug 1, 2023). Hunter has over 20 years of experience in meditation and yoga practices, and helps moms bring more calm and family cooperation into their daily lives. She is a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, the creator of the Mindful Parenting Course and Teacher Training, and has taught mindfulness to thousands worldwide, including a recent trip to Egypt. Hunter presents talks on parenting, and is a certified teacher of Parent Effectiveness Training. In addition, Hunter coaches smart, accomplished, over-stressed individuals on how to cultivate mindfulness. Hunter is the mother of two active daughters, who challenge her every day to hone her craft! Her work has appeared in CNBC Make It, Parade, Motherhood Moment, The Hollywood Digest, along with on ABC Portland, NBC Milwaukee, CBS South Bend, Kansas Public Radio, and many podcasts. Things you'll learn from this episode: What we can learn about our values in moments of shame or discomfort when we don't show up as the parent we want to be How Hunter uses the philosophy of “permission to be human” to show herself compassion and accept mistakes will happen What mindfulness is and what being a mindful parent means Ways to practice mindfulness that are not traditional meditations Strategies for showing our kids compassion when everyone (them, us) is struggling Why it's essential that we see our children as they are in the present moment (and not how they were yesterday) Resources mentioned: Hunter Clarke-Fields' website Mindful Mama Mentor Raising Good Humans Every Day: 50 Simple Ways to Press Pause, Stay Present, and Connect with Your Kids by Hunter Clarke-Fields Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids by Hunter Clarke-Fields Raising Good Humans book website Mindful Parenting Podcast Mindful Mama Mentor on Instagram Mindful Mama Mentor on Facebook Hunter Clarke-Fields on LinkedIn Plum Village Tradition Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Harrison Tinsley's son, Sawyer, will turn 4 in December. He likes to play hockey and football with his dad and also enjoys singing. According to his father, Sawyer is a happy little boy, but the child's mother is attempting to raise him not as a boy, or as a girl, but nonbinary. Tinsley has seen photos of his son in dresses on social media, and Sawyer told his dad that when his mother took him to Disneyland, “she wouldn't let him go on the rides unless he wore princess shoes.” Tinsley is concerned for his son's well-being and is seeking seek full legal and physical custody of Sawyer, and arguing that his son should be treated as a male. Tinsley joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss his fight for his son. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Harrison Tinsley's son, Sawyer, will turn 4 in December. He likes to play hockey and football with his dad and also enjoys singing. According to his father, Sawyer is a happy little boy, but the child's mother is attempting to raise him not as a boy, or as a girl, but nonbinary. Tinsley has […]
This story is 3 years (and over a million dollars) in the making. My good friend Lori Harder is back on the podcast and she is finally able to share the full story of bringing her company Glōci to life, a completely different business than she set out to launch in the beginning. Lori vulnerably shares the challenges she faced launching her alcohol company Lite Pink, how she raised $2M, and when she knew it was time to pivot the original business with 54 female investors to a completely different direction. If you are in a challenging season of business or know you're meant for more, this episode is for you. Lori's story gives us so many valuable lessons in business, shares the real life power of listening to your gut, and that achieving your boldest dreams are possible when you don't give up. I'm one of the proud 54 investors and am so excited about the new direction product Lori has created. Tune in to hear Lori's pivot and how quickly she's been able to turn a business that may have never been profitable to her new company, Glōci. HIGHLIGHTS How Lori leveraged her network to raise 2 million from 54 female investors Challenges + Failures Lori experienced launching a start up in the pandemic (and what the path of creating a successful business actually looks like) What led to Lori's decision to pivot her start up after investing 1 million into the original business How to build resilience and make hard decisions for the good of your business LINKS Join The Société: The Place to Build A Freedom-Based Business Pre-order Glōci: Text the word GLOCI to 310-496-8363 and go to https://getgloci.com/ FOLLOW bossbabe: @bossbabe.inc Natalie Ellis: @iamnatalie Lori Harder: @loriharder Glōci: @getgloci
In this Topical Tuesday's episode, I spoke with Charlie Wessel who is the founder of Cordell Capital and he has been involved in the world of multifamily real estate since 2006. He created his firm to bring individual investors a carefully curated set of real estate investment opportunities. Be sure to tune in if you're interested in learning about: How he's designed his firm to support his ideal lifestyle and to allow him to lean into his personal strengths The most important considerations of building a team and getting the right people "on the bus" Some of the biggest lessons he's learned in managing investors since he started his firm Why passive investors should consider investing with a professional capital raiser, rather than going directly to the sponsor To your success, Tyler Lyons Resources mentioned in the episode: Charlie Wessel Website LinkedIn Interested in investing with Asym Capital? Check out our webinar. Please note that investing in private placement securities entails a high degree of risk, including illiquidity of the investment and loss of principal. Please refer to the subscription agreement for a discussion of risk factors. Tired of scrambling for capital? Check out our new FREE webinar - How to Ensure You Never Scramble for Capital Again (The 3 Capital-Raising Secrets). Click Here to register. CFC Podcast Facebook Group
Comedian Donnell Rawlings chats with Trey Elling, ahead of his headlining shows at Joe Rogan's Comedy Mothership on December 1st thru 3rd. Topics include: Trey's apology to Donnell (0:00) Cancel culture (1:13) Raising resilient kids in 2023 (5:50) The Comedy Mothership (10:48) The power of laughter (13:10) Comedy Club unwritten rules (14:27) Achieving standup enlightenment (18:48) What he loves about Einstein & Marley (24:05) What he wants to be remembered for, other than standup (26:20)
Tony Greer, founder of TG Macro and editor of the Morning Navigator, joins Maggie Lake to discuss the latest market movements, particularly the decline in bond yields and the spike in oil prices ahead of Thursday's OPEC + meeting. You can find more of Tony's independent research and trade ideas here: www.tgmacro.com On February 28-29, 2024, join over 5,000 attendees for SuperAI Singapore, the largest AI event in Asia. Edward Snowden, Benedict Evans, Balaji Srinivasan, and over 150 others will hit the stage to explore the next wave of AI technologies. Singapore will become a vibrant AI hub for a week from February 26 to March 3, with over 150 side events that will make for unparalleled networking opportunities. Visit www.realvision.com/superai for 20% off tickets and enter the code REALVISION. Unlock the potential to showcase your brand to our global audience. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for advertising inquiries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we have the best guest in the entire world,, MY DAD! He talks about where he grew up, his school experience, more details of his family, his crazyyy college experiences, his sports team faves, his first adult job and traveling all over for it, the fate story of how him and my mom met, their marriage story, moving to ATL to raise kids, what its like being my dad, how he deals with my mother's passing and more. Thank you guys so much for listening. Im so thankful we could share this with you guys because everyone deserves what I get to know each and everyday; we love you guys!
How do you find balance in raising confident and independent kids while still serving them?Teaching confidence and independence involves knowing when to step back and when to step in. It's about offering guidance and support while allowing them the space to try, fail, learn, and try again.Encouraging them to try new things and praising their efforts—whether big or small—can do wonders. Celebrate their victories, but also teach them how to handle challenges and setbacks gracefully. Remind them that mistakes are stepping stones to success, not stumbling blocks.It's natural to want to shield our kids from life's challenges, but fostering independence is so important. Start with age-appropriate responsibilities and gradually increase them. Letting them make choices (even if it means a mismatched outfit occasionally) helps them learn decision-making skills. Allow them space to solve problems on their own but be there as a safety net when needed.As parents, our goal isn't to do everything for our kids but to empower them to become capable, self-assured individuals who can navigate the world confidently. It's a journey that requires patience, guidance, and a whole lot of love.You're doing an amazing job, friends. Keep believing in your kids, keep fostering their confidence and independence, and watch them blossom into incredible individuals.Episode Highlights: Finding balance in parenting.Raising kids with confidence.Capitalizing on the challenges.Our kids are more capable than we think.Links Mentioned in Episode/Find More on Ryan and Shannon:Follow Shannon on InstagramFollow Ryan on InstagramVisit Shannon's WebsiteOrder your copy of The Entitlement Trap Here!This show has been produced by Adkins Media Co.
Here's what is happening in the markets today, Tuesday, November 28th - Stock finished slightly lower after 4-week winning streak - Cyber Monday Winners: Wayfair (W), Shopify (SHOP) and Affirm (AFRM) - Is the Fed done hiking rates? - Traders believe so - Month-to-Date Performance: Dow up 6.9%, S&P 500 up 8.5% and Nasdaq up 10.8% - Today's major economic report: Consumer Confidence - VIX (Fear Index) at lowest level since Jan 2020 PLUS: How we trade these markets and our current positions This wraps up today's stock market news. If you enjoyed the "Stock Market Today" episode, make sure to subscribe to this podcast. And for more stock market news, visit our YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/rockwelltrading2008 #todaysstockmarket #stockmarkettoday #stockmarket
I am SO excited to share this episode, a conversation with my new friend Adele who is such a beacon of beauty, joy, light, and holiness! Adele and her husband Ben have eight kids, ranging in age from 2 months to 16 years old, and her insights on womanhood, motherhood, friendship and prayer are so good. I can't wait for you to be as inspired by her as I am! Some of the things we referenced: Adele's Instagram: @simplelifemusings The Art of Living by Dietrich and Alice von Hildebrand The Reed of God by Caryll Houselander Abandonment to Divine Providence by Fr. Jean-Pierre de Causade Essays on Women by St. Edith Stein (Teresa Benedicta of the Cross)
About This Episode: It's Mama Monday! This week, I'm talking with mom Felicia. I loved this whole conversation and I know you will too! Here are just some of the topics we discussed:-Raising multiple children with Autism-Learning how to stop self-gaslighting when looking at your child's struggles-The exhaustion she feels from trying to meet the needs of all of her kids-Rolling with the punches while establishing your household "norms"-How she's practicing self-love with less judgementPlease shower Felicia with love and support by SHARING this episode with a mom who needs to hear her story.** HUGE NEWS!! Our next Mothers Together "Open House" is coming up at the end of the year! At Open House, you'll walk away with actual connections to real moms just like you AND the validation you deserve but often don't receive. I'm thrilled to be able to bring you a taste of how inclusive, safe, and judgment-free the Mothers Together community is. If you are ready to meet other moms like you, please join us for Open House! Here's the link to sign up: mothers-together.com/openhouse. See you there!I ALWAYS welcome YOUR thoughts! Feel free to DM me on IG (@on.the.hard.days) or email me: email@example.com. This podcast is what it is because of YOU.And speaking of the podcast, YOU all recently got my show to over 230K downloads. Thank you!The best way to keep this podcast download streak is to:1) Subscribe to the podcast - your device will automatically download new episodes!2) Share the show with others - think therapists, pediatricians, and teachers!3) Leave a rating/review for the show - the Apple algorithm will push the show out to more moms who need the support and validation!THANK YOU, so very much, for your continued support!
Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of "Mindful Monday." Join 10's of thousands of your fellow learning leaders and receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 The power of believing in someone. Mr. Duncan, Shane's high school English teacher was the first person to tell him that he believed in him. He changed the trajectory of Shane's life. We, as leaders, can do that for others. Let's proactively look for opportunities to tell the people we're leading that we believe in them. The difference between Nice and Kind feedback. Too often, the people we ask for feedback are nice but not kind. Kind people will tell you things a nice person will not. A kind person will tell you that you have spinach on your teeth. A nice person won't because it's uncomfortable. A kind person will tell us what holds us back, even when it's uncomfortable. A nice person avoids giving us critical feedback because they're worried about hurting our feelings. Champions: “Champions don't create the standards of excellence. The standards of excellence create champions.” “Expecting high performance is a prerequisite to its achievement among those who work with you. Your high standards and optimistic anticipations will not guarantee a favorable outcome, but their absence will assuredly create the opposite.” The USS Benfold — was one of the worst-performing warships in the US Navy in 1996. The destiny of the USS Benfold changed the day Michael Abrashoff was named commander. Shane was 13 years old. Shane was standing with a group of his friends after school and they were teasing one of his classmates and he was watching. Teachers intervened and it ended quickly. He didn't realize that your dad was parked nearby and was watching. You have to stand up for people who don't have a voice. Warren Buffett: “The big question about how people behave is whether they've got an Inner Scorecard or an Outer Scorecard. It helps if you can be satisfied with an Inner Scorecard.” Brent Beshore: “My favorite part of the book was the section on habits, rules, and safeguards (page 101). A principle that Shane and I discussed in January changed my life and was expounded on in the book. Shane said, “It's impossible to work out very often if you have to decide every day whether or not you'll do it. That's why I just do something active every day, no matter what.” Solutions/Ego: “Solutions appear when you stop bargaining and start accepting the reality of the situation. That's because focusing on the next move, rather than how you got here in the first place, opens you up to a lot of possibilities. When you put outcome over ego, you get better results.” “Small plans don't inspire, but consistently small actions create incredible results.” Knowing Your Defaults: The emotion default - We tend to respond to feelings rather than reasons and facts The ego default - We tend to react to anything that threatens our sense of self-worth or our position in a group hierarchy The social default - We tend to conform to the norms of our larger social group. The Inertia default - We're habit-forming and comfort-seeking. We tend to resist change, and to prefer ideas, processes, and environments that are familiar. Ancient Greek word — Phronesis— the wisdom of knowing how to order your life to achieve the best results. Life/Career advice: "I'd give the same advice to someone who's trying to find someone to marry. Go on lots of dates. Experiment. Do stuff. Get out in the world. You can only connect the dots looking backward." If you want to develop good judgment, start by asking two questions: What do I want in life? And is what I want actually worth wanting?
What else can you pray besides, "Lord bless my child"? Author Sharon Jaynes is here today to add some power to our prayer life as parents. You'll learn how to pray for your child from head to toe using the Word of God. This isn't about using prayer to control our kids. It's about relinquishing control and asking God to shape our children into the adults He wants them to be. With ideas from Sharon's new book, Praying for Your Child from Head to Toe, you'll learn: 6:11 What does it mean to pray for your child from head to toe? 8:40 One thing that has really helped me in my prayer life… 13:04 When your child is depressed or anxious 16:00 Praying for your child's future spouse 19:40 Your struggles are for a reason 25:56 Raising an eternal soul, not just a child 30:00 Nobody can be a perfect parent, but we can be praying parents Learn more about Sharon Jaynes and her book, Praying for Your Child from Head to Toe on her website. sharonjaynes.com/prayingforyourchild Get the Praying for Your Child's Teacher download Sharon talked about here. You're invited to the Parents Rising Conference on March 2, 2024, in San Diego, CA. Speakers include Dr. Gary Chapman, Arlene, Bill and Pam Farrel, and Sally Burke. Early bird pricing is available now! happyhomeuniversity.com/conference More Resources for Your Family: Arlene's Free Marriage Webinar -- Get Unstuck in Your Marriage. If you feel stuck in a rut or you've just lost that lovin' feeling, register for Arlene's free marriage webinar. Subscribe to Arlene's free email list to get tech news and more to help your home. Watch a VIDEO clip from the podcast on Arlene's Happy Home YouTube Channel @arlenehappyhome
This week on the Imperfect Parenting Podcast, we have a very special Guest, Eric Knopf! Eric is a friend, co-founder of a thriving tech company, husband, and father of 2 kids. He talks with us today about how to inspire our kids to dream big and raise a generation of entrepreneurs. This is one you don't wan to miss!Check out his book, "Raising Entrepreneurs," here: https://a.co/d/7fOf3mf
Madilynn Campbell is a 2023 National Proficiency Winner in the category of Equine Science - Entrepreneurship. She raises and trains "halter quarter horses" at her families property near Adair, Oklahoma and has developed a passion for horses and in particular, Quarter Horses. Madilynn has a deep, family history in the horse breeding business, as her grandfather has been doing this for over 40 years. Madilynn has her sights set on following in his footsteps in the horse business. Currently Madilynn is purchase 2-3 weanlings per year, holding them for a year and training them for the halter, lead and trailering during that time. Then, she starts showing them and is able to sell them at a nice profit. In addition to the horse business, Madilynn has identified becoming a veterinarian and having her own, mixed practice in her future. She is currently attending college at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and will eventually transfer to Oklahoma State University. She is focusing on horse judging in addition to her studies right now, and is also considering getting certified as an equine judge so that she can judge professionally.
The holidays are a time when many of us give back — whether we're volunteering at a food pantry or donating to a cause we believe in — and this year, our donations could be more important than ever. Nearly 5 million fewer people gave to charity in 2022 than in 2019, according to Charities Aid Foundation. Further complicating the picture is that today, there are more than 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S., making our choice of where to donate seem almost paralyzing. Soraya Alexander, Chief Operating Officer at GoFundMe and President of Classy joins us to help break down how to decide where your donations (and your time) will make the most impact. Join us! Snag all the latest episodes, savvy budgeting tips, investing advice, and even giveaways via the HerMoney Newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Shilo Ben Zeev's entrepreneurial journey is a multifaceted narrative of resilience, innovation, and a commitment to making a positive impact. From revolutionizing diabetes management with Dario to redefining motherhood through Emulait, Shilo's ventures reflect an unwavering determination to address pressing challenges and create meaningful change in the world.
In the world of technology and innovation, the story of Alf Inge Wang stands out as a testament to the power of passion, perseverance, and thinking outside the box. From a small town in Norway to the global stage, Alf's journey is marked by a deep connection to gaming, a commitment to education, and the creation of groundbreaking projects that have left an indelible mark on the tech industry. His latest venture, BitPet®, has attracted funding from top-tier investors like Startup Lab.