Recognize the signs of anxiety around communication so you can speak and interact with confidence. In this episode, get useful and effective techniques on how to deal with your anxiety around speaking up and having your say. Connect with me. Book a Discovery Call Answering a Question? I'd love to hear from you! Leave Me A Voicemail (and yours might get picked to be in an episode) This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial and 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset .* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset You'll love this episode if you want to spark your inner genius. And don't forget there's a bonus mini-episode here if you join the coffee by the water club. Liking the Show? You can now show your support with Innovative Mindset Merch! Get LIT! Grab the lightbulb logo on a bottle, hat, phone case, button, and more. Support the Podcast. Or join my brand new Coffee By The Water Club and get a bunch of extra goodies like bonus podcast episodes, art no one else sees, and music no one else hears! Social Media LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/izoldat/ Website: IzoldaT.com Author Website: https://izoldatauthor.com/ Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/IzoldaST Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/izoldat/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@izoldat Twitter: https://twitter.com/Izoldat Listen on These Channels Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Podbean | MyTuner | iHeart Radio | TuneIn | Deezer | Overcast | PodChaser | Listen Notes | Player FM | Podcast Addict | Podcast Republic | I'm thrilled that you're tuning in to the Innovative Mindset. Get in touch if you have questions or comments. *Affiliate link. If you purchase it through the above links and take the 20% off, I'll get a small commission.
In the last iteration of the Cloud Mindset series, Brent and Markus have a parking lot-sized conversation about failure and how it relates to Empowerment and Delegation. They discuss the three types of failure from Amy Edmondson, how failure works in an agile environment, and how teams can improve from experimentation.
The best way to deal with any form of anxiety is to understand your triggers in a way that allows you to address them fully. In this episode of the No BS Sales School podcast, Walker breaks down the three main triggers of sales anxiety, and what you can do to deal with them. HIGHLIGHTSSales demands constant personal improvement What triggers anxiety in sales, and what you can do about itDon't go into sales to make friends Come up with responses for the most basic rejectionsStart asking questions to maintain controlQUOTESWalker: "Sales is hard. No doubt about it. I have some people that ask, when's this gonna get easier? And I tell you, don't ask for it to get easier, 'cause it won't. Just work on getting better at it." Walker: "If you get a no in the first sales call, when it would have been a no in the sixth sales call, that's a win in my book." Walker: "Sales is never about you, it's always about the prospect. If you're making it about you in any way, even if you walk in with your personal pride on the line, and you're afraid. What if they don't like me, if they don't like me this is bad. Recognize, it's not personal. This is not about you." Where to find Walker:LinkedInTwitterInstagramFree training coursewww.walkermckay.com
The "hustle culture" is a pandemic in many parts of the world. To hustle means pushing oneself to the maximum level, celebrating the collective addiction to busyness, and the constant doing, doing, doing. Recognizing how this creates toxicity and kills creativity, it's time we rethink whether the "grind" is worth it. ✔️ Working hard is essential for every entrepreneur. However, succumbing to the hustle culture costs many of us our health in many aspects. ✔️We have this hustle mentality because we're so consumed by possessing power over the things we're creating. We forget that we can't actually control the thing we're trying so hard to control. ✔️Where is your energy right now? Do you respond to the notion of always needing to work harder and faster? Do you overexert yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally every day to accomplish your goals and dreams? Recognize when hustle energy is taking over you. ✔️We always fall prey to wanting to control everything, to hurry things to achieve the results we want. If we don't look at how it occurs, we are doomed to repeat the error of our ways if we don't recognize how it happens. ✔️ If you want to avoid stress and drama and achieve daily flow, I suggest it's time to let the hustle go. _______________________________________________________ The Oracle on Purpose podcast is for the intuitive entrepreneurs or inspired leaders who want a powerhouse business that makes money while making a difference in the world. It's time to find your unique life purpose and get back on track with your business strategy to become fulfilled in your work. About Lia Dunlap: Dubbed the Oracle on Purpose, Lia Dunlap's Intuitive Guidance and 25 years of successful operational business experience will help you find your Unique Life Purpose. Get back on track with your business strategy to become fulfilled again in the work you do. It's time to remember... You are here on purpose. You've got a mission to fulfill, and we are here to make sure, no matter what, you achieve it. Loved this episode? It's time to escape the monotony of shallow work without losing everything you've worked so hard for. Download your FREE Purpose and Prosperity Road Map. Discover the five essential steps to go from frustrated, annoyed, or not living your purpose to a successful purpose-driven leader. purposeandprosperityroadmap.com
DR. MEG WITH GUEST DAVID THOMAS (Part 1)Boys need to be coached in the hard work of building emotional muscles. For many boys, the muscles are simply weak or underdeveloped. But weak muscles can get stronger with work. Building emotional muscles is some of the most important, yet most neglected, work in a boy's journey to manhood. Impacting his everyday life as a son, brother, student, athlete, and friend, these muscles will define who he will become as a husband, father, friend and coworker. Guest David Thomas shares in simple yet profound detail how boys can develop the 3 R's (Recognize, Regulate & Repair) -- Much like a car's dashboard, they can pay attention to emotional signals that come along, and how the proper response can keep them from facing further damage down the road. BREAK DR. MEG WITH GUEST DAVID THOMAS (Part 2)Helping boys find their way to the full experience of being human and being fully masculine is what guest David Thomas is aiming for in all his work. Dr. Meg and David Thomas continue their candid conversation, discussing topics such as:· What is the value of allowing your son to feel discomfort?· Do violent video games have an effect on the emotions and actions of a boy?· How does technology affect boys?· The connection between “healthy risk” and why boys seem to be less passionate about masculine things than in the past generations Follow David Thomas on Facebook and Instagram @raisingboysandgirls and find his latest parenting resources at raisingboysandgirls.com. FROM THE PRODUCERThanks for listening to Episode #170, Raising Emotionally Strong Boys, and for helping Dr. Meg's parenting revolution reach more than SEVEN MILLION downloads! Please subscribe, rate and leave a review for us on iTunes! Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMDCheck out Dr. Meg's parenting resources and tools! www.meekerparenting.com
How do you learn to recognize opportunities to negotiate? Or do you see opportunities, but choose to ignore them for a variety of reasons? In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Suzanne de Janasz shares some of the underlying issues she sees that keep people from negotiating. She also shares how you can learn to recognize and take advantage of opportunities to negotiate in your everyday life. Don't miss it! Outline of This Episode[1:38] Learn all about Suzanne de Janasz[2:26] Recognizing opportunities to engage in negotiation [6:14] What drives the lack of awareness?[7:59] Why people believe negotiation will lead to conflict[12:47] The gender disparities in conflict[15:47] How cultural biases change perceptions[21:22] The premise of Suzanne's transformative workshops[24:02] How to connect with Suzanne de JanaszConnect with Suzanne de JanaszConnect on LinkedInConnect With MarkFollow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPodConnect with Mark on LinkedInFollow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedInConnect on Instagram: @NegotiationPodSubscribe to Negotiations Ninja
Listen to Nova chat with entrepreneur Oliver Smykacz. Oliver is the founder of the Be Light app. It uses a combination of light and sound to make mental health and mindfulness easier and more accessible to everyone. Oliver has traveled around the world and has a passion for neuroscience, light and sound therapy, breathwork, and more. He has lived in Asia and learned healing techniques from the monks. Oliver explains his why. He is doing this because he was running through life, traveling all around, and running himself ragged. But then he took a new path – and he was “guided” on his new course to give away less of his power and empower others, too. Being aware and being mindful of yourself gets lost. Learning that, he found new ways to reconnect. He talks about “subconscious programs” and rewiring our habits. Nova asks Oliver about unleashing our superpowers. Oliver gets into the power of manifestation, frequency, and energy – and how we can choose to control that. They go on to talk about true, genuine mindfulness and how they each define it. Making mindfulness and meditation easy and fun Oliver says that making mindfulness and meditation easy and fun is a matter of perspective. He goes on to explain how frequency is energy. And frequencies are our brain waves. Outside frequencies can be applied to stimulate our brains. The Be Light app uses a combination of light and sound frequencies for a new approach to meditation for mindfulness. Oliver talks about how activating the body (such as by dancing crazily) is a fun way to make yourself mindful. Then, you are in a good place to meditate and be mindful. Recognize and accept that perfection of practice is not necessary for mindfulness and meditation. Nova shares a profound moment she had with meditation. What is your why? Meditation Fun and easy Superpowers Mindful Conscious Breathing Beta waves Brain waves FREE LINK - LIGHT & SOUND EVENT - https://link.be-light.app/events FREE LINK - BE LIGHT APP - https://link.be-light.app/website
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Believers Voice of Victory Video Broadcast for Thursday 7/7/2022. Are you releasing your faith? Watch Believer's Voice of Victory as Kenneth Copeland discusses one fundamental of faith—corresponding action. Recognize that faith needs your corresponding action, and be inspired to take action like you never have before!
Believers Voice of Victory Audio Broadcast for Thursday 7/7/2022. Are you releasing your faith? Watch Believer's Voice of Victory as Kenneth Copeland discusses one fundamental of faith—corresponding action. Recognize that faith needs your corresponding action, and be inspired to take action like you never have before!
· Recognize the role of biomarker expression in the selection of most appropriate treatment options for patients with endometrial cancer · Review strategies for identification and management of drug-related toxicities in patients receiving therapy with immune checkpoint inhibitors, targeted agents, or combination therapy Faculty: Sarah Hayward, PharmD, BCOP Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Gynecologic Oncology Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Health University of Oklahoma Health Science Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Sarah Hayward, PharmD, BCOP, has the following relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose: Consultant (advisory board): GSK, Seagen/Genmab Pharmacy Times Continuing Education™ is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity is approved for 0.5 contact hour (0.05 CEU) under the ACPE universal activity number 0290-0000-22-322-H01-P. The activity is available for CE credit through June 30, 2023. This educational activity is supported by an educational grant from GlaxoSmithKline Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for Thursday of the Thirteenth Week of Ordinary Time by Dr. Scott Hahn. Ordinary Weekday / First Martyrs of the Church of Rome First Reading: Amos 7: 10-17 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 19: 8, 9, 10, 11 Alleluia: Second Corinthians 5: 19 Gospel: Matthew 9: 1-8 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
Sermon Overview Scripture Passage: Malachi 3:7-11 By definition, stewardship is our relationship with money: how we obtain, save, invest, spend, and give our wealth. God is interested in this relationship—in how we care for the things He places in our hands. Satan, who is also very interested, would love to keep us in financial bondage. Malachi 3 shows us how to open the windows of Heaven and receive the blessing of financial freedom. “Yet from the days of your fathers you have gone away from My ordinances and have not kept them. Return to Me, and I will return to you,” says the LORD of hosts. “But you said, ‘In what way shall we return?'” (Malachi 3:7). If we want freedom, we must first recognize our failure; financial bondage is not just debt. If money increases our worries, or if we have plenty in the bank, but no treasure in Heaven, we are in financial bondage. Second, we need to renew our fellowship; God isn't interested in our money, just our hearts. When we remember tithing is God's way of revealing our priorities to ourselves, we will see tithing as a great blessing. It is our privilege to show God that He is first in our lives and everything else is second. After we return to our fellowship with God, we need to release our finances to Him. Adrian Rogers says, “If you can't trust God with your finances, how is God going to trust you with true spiritual riches?” “Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be food in My house, and try Me now in this,” says the LORD of hosts, “If I will not open for you the windows of heaven and pour out for you such blessing that there will not be room enough to receive it” (Malachi 3:10). According to Scripture, tithing is ten percent given to the temple of God (church), for the work of the temple. Giving to charities or ministries is good, but it is not a replacement for our tithes. When we learn to give back to God freely, we'll see a spiritual renewal. God will renew our faith, rebuke our foes, and restore our fruitfulness. Apply it to your life Are you seeking freedom from an indebted spirit? Recognize your failure and renew your fellowship with God. Understand that He wants you, first and foremost. Then, show your faithfulness through tithing.
Matt Rolfe is the Founder of Results Hospitality, Westshore Hospitality Group, and Matt Rolfe Hospitality Leadership Coaching. Matt is a leadership trainer who has worked with the top ten percent of the hospitality industry toward unlocking their true potential. As founder of the Results Hospitality and Westshore Hospitality Group, he has worked with hundreds of leadership teams throughout North America. Beginning his career with companies like Bacardi and Labatt/Anheuser Busch, Matt has become an industry expert dedicated to helping leaders and team members examine the human element of their businesses and execute effective communication, and team-building training unique to their needs. Additionally, Matt is the author of You Can't Do It Alone: Focusing on People to Scale, Develop and Lead Your Restaurant. Check out Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill as recommended in today's episode. Check out Atomic Habits by James Clear as recommended in today's episode. Today's feature affiliate: Bentobox. In need of a restaurant website? Click this link to find out why so many of my guests use Bentobox! Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and get your first 30 days on me! Connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote or mantra: "You can't take care of others if you don't take care of yourself." In this episode with Matt Rolfe we will discuss: Childhood trauma Recognize great behavior Relationship with money The differences between a consultant and a coach How to earn and recognize trust? Today's sponsor: This episode is brought to you by Plate IQ, your Accounts Payable Automation and Expense Management solution. PateIQ works with 20,000 restaurants across the country. Plate IQ uses OCR "Optical Character Recognition" and Deep Machine Learning to eliminate manual data entry from the AP process. Automate the full life cycle of your invoices from General Ledger coding to bill payment via PlateIQ's VendorPay network. With PlateIQ's VendorPay you can seamless flow from invoice upload to paying your bills. You can earn cashback on invoices from over 180,000 vendors. With Plate IQ Vender Pay, you can see what is due when. Schedule payment by check/ACH/or Plate IQ Card. Lastly, VendorPay is also FOR Vendors. Keeping your vendors happy will give you leverage in negotiating your terms. Vendors participating in Plate IQ's VendorPay network LOVE it because it shortens Day Sales Outstanding by 25% - AKA: Vendors get paid 25% faster. To learn more head to plateIQ.com/unstoppable to get at least 25% off implementation. Fluctuating food prices. Staffing challenges- Now more than ever you need to control costs to remain profitable. MarginEdge is a restaurant management software that lets you see your food and labor costs in real time. By automating your invoice processing and totally digitizing your back office, MarginEdge saves your team hours on paperwork and gives you instant insights to manage your prime costs. Try MarginEdge free for 30 days. No contract. No setup fee. Learn more at marginedge.com/unstoppable Diageo Bar Academy equips bartenders, servers, managers, and hospitality professionals with the insights, stories, and tools to be better - raising the bar on industry standards. Diageo Bar Academy reaches a diverse audience, with backgrounds and skill levels of all ranges- providing them with skills, knowledge, and the techniques they need to improve their personal and professional lives. Contact info: Website: mattrolfe.com Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining today! Have some feedback you'd like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for the Restaurant Unstoppable Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Huge thanks to Matt Rolfe for joining me for another awesome episode. Until next time! Restaurant Unstoppable is a free podcast. One of the ways I'm able to make it free is by earning a commission when sharing certain products with you. I've made it a core value to only share tools, resources, and services my guest mentors have recommend, first. If you're finding value in my podcast, please use my links!
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Welcome to another episode of the Growth Marketers Podcast! Many manufacturers we work with struggle to break into the Healthcare space. Our today's guest will explain us how to make it possible. Meet Nicole Koharik - B2B Marketing Leader and Communications Expert currently working as a Senior Director of Enterprise Marketing and Corporate Communication at PartsSource. PartsSource is a 20 year old Healthcare technology company that serves over 5000 Healthcare providers and 6000 suppliers, including all major OEMs around the United States. A couple of points we discuss: - How to organize effective internal communication; - How to manage your brand as an industrial manufacturer; - How to develop and execute a successful content marketing strategy as a B2B organization; - How to distribute your marketing resources effectively; - How to measure success, what KPIs to track, and much more. Tune in! ►Follow OneIMS online: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OneIMS/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/oneims/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oneims/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/oneims?lang=en
Satyen is the founder and CEO of the multi million-dollar transformational academy WarriorSage. Satyen has impacted over 100,000 students from over 50 countries around the world. After 35 years of rigorous study & practice in both creating enlightened business growth and developing higher consciousness, Satyen works privately with CEOs, high impact individuals, executive teams who have mastered accomplishment in the financial and public world, but now want a deeper balance, illumination and self-realized equilibrium that he calls Peak Existence. A remarkable living synthesis of eastern wisdom and western practicality, Satyen combines the power of the warrior and wisdom of the sage to lead leaders worldwide into their highest self knowledge, self-expression and impact. Satyen's elite clientele know they are ready for next level integrated fullness, and a life vibrant with purpose, passionate intimacy, connection, significance and transcendence. If you are ready, Satyen's fearless and heartfelt style will transform your untapped potentialities into strengths and the full spectrum of your life into peak existence. https://warriorsage.com/ Unknown Speaker 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general, you're so limited thought process Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't even have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question some time for another head of spiritual Brandon Handley 0:36 one. Hey, there's spiritual dope. I'm on here today with our guests. Satyen Raja. He is a co founder with his wife, Suzanne Raja, that founded warrior sage back in 1999. That's the last millennia, right? So it's and they founded it with a mission to activate leaders with powerful missions to bring their dreams into reality. So for the past two decades, Sultana Suzanne utilized her three decades of immersion in wisdom, transformational and enlightenment methodologies to provide hundreds of trainings and workshops, international, Lee teaching 10s of 1000s of students, the art of the warrior, the art of sage and the art of the lover. So Sam, thanks for being on today. Satyen Raja 1:20 Brandon, thanks for having me. You're nice introduction. Brandon Handley 1:24 Awesome. So, you know, I usually like to start this off with the whole ideas outside. And I think you'll appreciate this, that we're, we're conduits for like universal energy, right? And whatever is coming through us today is for the listeners like highest and best good. Right? So what's coming through you today for that listener? Satyen Raja 1:43 Well, it's what you just said that we are conduits, we are the conduit. And one of the foundations of, you know, the philosophy that I am to live by is rather than seek freedom and love. Recognize we are the conduit of freedom and love, we already our freedom and love, we might not remember it, we might forget, look, you and I whoever's listening, we're free enough to step aside a few minutes in the middle of a day, how many people on the planet in the history of the planet, have even the time the energy to do so or even listen to this. So we're in a special category of beings who have the choice to go, I want to learn about being spiritually dope, I want to learn about deepening myself having more prosperity, deepening my content. So means we are already free in many, many, many, many ways. So the appreciation of our current state of freedom is valuable. And we also have to appreciate where do I have love who, where is the love? I have beautiful love with my wife, my family? My, my, my friends? My colleagues, of course, is their lack of stuff is their glass here and challenges here we all will have. And right now the challenges are magnified many fold as we know, from the planet due to all the circumstances. But can we anchor ourselves as love as freedom, rather than neurotically keep trying to seek it from stuff outside of us? Brandon Handley 3:13 Yeah, 100% I love that, right? Recognize really what we already have, and who we already are in this moment. Right? Without having to go beyond that. You know, as you're talking, it's just kind of reminds me of kind of the Buddha's story, you know, regardless of how real or true it really is. But like, you know, the idea of a woman says, saying, I want to be happy. And the Buddha is like, hey, drop the eye and the want just be, you know, happy. So it sounds a little bit like that's what you're saying, right? And again, look, it's super easy to look around and realize what we don't have. And I think that, that as a Western culture, that's what we've been trained to do. Right? With all the marketing and all the things hey, here's all the stuff you don't have you want this, that's what's gonna complete you. And so, so, you know, I love that I love what you're saying. So but here's what's cool about what you're doing right now, you've been doing this for a long period of time. And as you and I spoke about in the beginning, we connected through a mutual friend, lend right, who I've had on a previous podcast hasn't great conversations, and he introduced me to your book that is coming out. Let's see if I've got this in front of you here, the transcendent CEO, and I wanted to talk to you and share with the audience a little bit about what you're doing in that today. So let's just start off with a very thought and the idea of what does it mean to be a transcendent CEO? Satyen Raja 4:41 Well, I mean, a very blessed privileged position to be a guide and mentor, supporter of business leaders, founders, CEOs who are leading socially impactful companies that are here for the greater good. And the challenge with business leaders is we're stuck in an old paradigm of extreme reaction, greed, goal setting to achieve more and more money, more and more market gain. And you know, it's predatory. And it's almost militaristic, the idea of like, going to take over this merger, acquisition all the languaging. And the paradigm is based on a military, energetic and paradigm that is dead. If we keep going down that way, we're gonna destroy ourselves. Business leaders are some we are the most powerful people on the planet more powerful than clergy more powerful than politicians. Why? Because wielding Money, money, whether we like it or not, is a power on the planet. Now, it's not the money that's good or bad, or indifferent or neutral. It's how we use it. And how we use it is based on the depth, the resonance of our consciousness. If we're going to meet egoic state, we're going to how much money we have, we're going to correct continuously be voraciously looking for more. If we're in a weak state of being, which is the next evolution, then it's about sharing collective win win. But even that has a limit right now. The next stage of evolution, what I call the transcendent leadership, and the transcendence CEO is a leader who's become aware of the whole, they've had some type of spiritual awakening, they've had some type of Inner Awakening, where now they feel their symbiotic relationship with the whole existence. It's not a mental thing. They're not reading that we are one, they're not intuiting or hoping that Hey, are we interested, they know it, they got they've had some medicine journey. They've had shamanic experiences, they've had enlightening experiences, which have dropped the veils of separation. And now with that Omni wind consciousness, they're able to make decisions run their companies leave their personal lives, from a win for the whole of humanity. This is the next level. And I believe it's necessity. And those who aren't moving into that dimension are claiming that they're going to die, they're going to die on the vine, because that paradigm is dead. And it's self destructive. And whoever is still entertaining, it is going to reap the benefits, or I should say the destruction of that paradigm. But as you know, what you expressed at the beginning, we are in a whole new era where the transmission, the vibration is calling us into Gaia centric, Earth centric, unity. This is where we're going, this is where we're at, let's drop into it and make a difference with our businesses. So that's the that's the essential essence. Yeah, moving forward, it's about taking the path of least resistance and maximum impact, rather than will will will will willful power. We go from mule, to magician. That's, that's Brandon Handley 7:51 my Ultimate Edition. I like one of the things you threw out there a couple of things you threw out there that I found in the book that also resonated with me was the idea of the Omni win. I mean, I think we we say Win, win win. But sometimes there's a loser in there and looking for those Omni wins in these situations. That's the point we're trying to do. And as you spoke about, we we live in a culture and these corporations that you're talking is the hired mercenaries hired guns, right, you know, that we're talking about a militant state? And, you know, I don't think that you can really approach you know, something that's for the good of all, from a militant stance. Right. And so that's the stuff that you're sharing. And you talk about the Enlightened leader being necessary, right, and how that's going to be the change paradigm and how that's how we've got to move forward. Yeah, my question, I guess is, you know, is that something that you're able to help these leaders cultivate? Or is it something that these leaders have experienced? And then they're like, Well, how do I integrate this new way of being and knowing into my business? Satyen Raja 9:04 That's a great question. Brad needs both. You know, look, COVID has brought the world together. We all sharing the whole world, sharing a worldwide challenge over the last two years. Right now we've got more current challenges, wars, and all these other things going on. But that brought us together in a way seeing our humanity, it doesn't matter if you're the queen or a popper. All of us are vulnerable to these things, you know, and there's a great equalization in it knowing that in the invisible is our faith. Perhaps this is a humbling of our ego. But I think it's a good humbling and I think it's an invitation for all of us to recognize, I'm not even going to feel fulfilled unless what I'm doing. It has a good benefit for more than just myself and my family and my personal goals. It's not about becoming absolutely give everything away and treehugger and, and not have any care for your personal success. It's personal success and plus plus plus. So the paradigm I like to introduce, you know, the old paradigm was peak performance. Let's go from average in a low peak, then remove ourselves and we're able to get more done, be more effective, create more results in a shorter period of time, with more focus of who we are. Everyone focuses on the peak performance focus for too long burns out, I've seen it over and over families burning out, heads, you know, relationships, going through all types of strife and struggle, even when the businesses are going strong. Why because there's not a balance and equanimity and equilibrium of being. And so I really feel it's time that we embrace equilibrium, having a healthy family life, having a healthy body, having a healthy relationship to spirit to God to truth, to enlightened, whatever we want to call it. And then from the wisdom from oversaturation, in that our leadership in business is now wise, it's not extractive, it comes from wisdom. And this is, this is the era we're going into the era of universal wisdom, which I believe is the most important value right now to embrace. Brandon Handley 11:35 If you I mean, if you recall out what what Universal Wisdom means, like, I guess, a phrase or a paragraph, what would that sound like? Satyen Raja 11:45 Wisdom is tapping into the ancient knowing that's within us. That comes from all the wisdom traditions of east, west, north and south. There's things that masters have told us, of every ilk that is familiar, that's resonant. And those ancient wisdoms that our indigenous elders hold our elders hold from all around the world, from all cultures, we've made we've we've put a golden calf on the throne, and that success, money and peak performance, and all these things in that realm. But the wisdom shows us that peak existence is where the diamonds have lifeline. And peak existence is how is my life living, peak performance is you're going towards a goal of having more output more success in one area. Peak existence means I mean, join the whole spectrum of life being with my lady making love with my lady, taking my children out, having fun with my friends, having time to relax, and do nothing and enjoy nature and all the gifts of Mother Nature, as well as being focused on our success. And we're in an era that I've seen with the CEOs, I mentor, where we can truly have all of that without compromising at all the depth of who we are in our integrity. Brandon Handley 13:10 Yeah, that's awesome. I mean, because, again, breaking away from what we've had for the past 100 150 years, right, I think, to your point, we've seen the we saw the fractures and the fracturing through COVID. Or nobody escaped it. Like you said, Nobody got away from COVID. And, you know, what it did everybody experienced the same thing at the same time. Nobody, nobody got away from it. Right. And that burnout, and the willingness to, to try to continue as as though there were no pain, no pandemic here, nothing to see, right, everything. Everybody's everybody keep moving forward. And that really forced everybody to take a real look at themselves and get close and see themselves for who they were, and ask themselves Am I Am I living this peak existence? Like you're talking about? We don't know what's around the corner? How can I? How can I start living a peak existence? And I think that one of the formulas you give in the books is the five pillars right in the five s? Watch. Is there a little bit about those? Because I think that I think that those are kind of core when essential to not just the peak existence of a CEO but for any life. Satyen Raja 14:23 Absolutely. So one of my mentors, Kevin nation's business mentors, he shared with me his philosophy of these F's and and so faith, so I call them the I call them the freedoms, faith, family, finance, fitness and fun course you can add more apps to that. But faith is our spiritual connection to ourselves, our belief in ourselves, our belief in the higher power, our connection to the universe, is how connected we are to the synchronous flow of existence is what I call faith. It's very valuable to cultivate. Family of course, you know, we can enjoy all the riches of life. But if our family life if we're not having beautiful relationship and flow in our, with our intimates with our family members, there's an emptiness of life, there's an ache, because our home base is not there. So fostering and putting family people see which one you put first I go, I don't faith, family finance, fitness and fun. Our threads have a strong rope. Any one of them are weak. If you put pull on the rope, it'll break. Each one has to be healthy faith, family finances. There's a lot of focus on earning. But what about saving? What about spending? What about investing? What about dealing with your money from a place of the doubt that there's infinite, but and that you don't own anything, that we're just a steward of all our belongings and our money as we're here that stewardship energy is a very wise way of approaching it, it takes us out of the ego at faith, family finance, fitness. Our bodies are a vessel for our spirit. When we feel strong and healthy and alive and vital. To make love more, we're seeing more, we're respected more, we feel better about ourselves. And we got more energy to fulfill life, faith, family finance, fitness and fun. This is one of the ones I had to work on is a very focused individual. Now, before that, I would burn myself out years back. Now I make sure in my week, every night every day, I've got fun going on. Fun than this and fun with my wife and with my friends fun with my kids fun by just by myself. So when we have these faith, family finance, fitness, and fun, and we water each one like a garden, they all grow together into 12 into a inter weave into a very powerful rope that's unbreakable. And we can scale that all the way up to heaven. Brandon Handley 17:10 That's awesome. And, you know, I think that one of the things that, you know, knowing about you is a strong background in the martial arts was I think, you know, just has always kept you probably connected into at least some type of reflection, even though at certain points sounds like you, you went real hard, right? And just life in general. And I think that that's just kind of that's kind of the path, right? That's kind of this, this is what everybody tells you, you're supposed to do. Santana go go hard, go strong. Don't stop until you sounds like a Michael Jackson. So I'm gonna stop. So you had enough. But you go strong. And you find yourself you know, looking back and like what was all this for? Because you you find that you maybe you lost touch with your face, you find touch that you maybe lost touch with your family, and the fun. Maybe you've had a success and you're fit but like there's this vast amount of emptiness. But uh, you know, I know that last I read at least you know, you've you've got the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, which I think that as we go, I practiced this myself and I love it. I don't think jujitsu. Yeah, listen without it. Listen, listen, 530 in the morning, you know, I jump out of bed and I make that part of you know, three days, three days a week, it's 530. In the morning, I'm on the mats, you know. And this, I love it. Because there's no ego there, right? There's no ego, you're you can't be in any better state of flow than when you're trying not to get choked. Right. And you know, as we're as we get older, we're still able to do this. And this is another place where we can put into practice maybe slowing down and teaching others Hey, listen, sure, you can go super fast and get it but maybe you're relying on your, your piss and vinegar as it were right. Versus like technique and just a practical, purposeful application. And again, this is stuff that I'm seeing you teach in the transcendent CEO, right. So when you approach are people approaching you or you going to companies and pitching I'm just kind of curious what this looks like from, you know, not necessarily even a business perspective, but how are you being approached and how's this I transcend the CEO reaching the ears of CEOs that might be willing. Satyen Raja 19:22 Most of my clients are all by referral. They've heard me on a talk or heard me somewhere, or I've shared on the stage for I've expressed in a conference. You know, like I invited do keynotes and such and, but, you know, I've been very blessed to have you know, my focus has not been on marketing. So this is for anyone in business. My focus has been on serving my clients so they have exceptional experiences, and results in their own personal lives, which then become a 10 times better marketer than anything I I could write or market or put out in ads and all that. That's because that's me, that's what's worked for me. For me, I just take my heart, my soul, when I have my clients, I want to flush out their dreams or aspirations, I want to take a look at the good, bad and ugly, what's working, what's not, where's their shadow, where's the ship, they don't want to look at and go right for that fearlessly. And then take them there. Why? Because as leaders, we got to we can't bullshit around with our shadows, we got to strengthen them, we got, we can't put them aside and show our shiny successful side. And inside, we got termites in our, in our cart or in our consciousness, right. So because I have that, how can I say, ferocious love to accept only the highest in those I work with, because I know they've got missions that are valuable, I don't bullshit with them. And I believe that my experience has been that attitude of love with fire, with care. Seeing the results in their life, that's where I put all my deepest investment on, and I trust the universe. In the return that results of that. Brandon Handley 21:17 That's awesome. And I love reading some of the stories in the book of you hanging out with Stuart while to write like so. I mean, you've had some really connections with some cool people, you've had this great journey, and you're able to share this with others to, you know, look, create connections to leaders, and oftentimes, you know, I think it's great look, for everybody to experience, you know, some type of enlightenment, some type of awakening some type of spirituality, right, like, you know, definitely connects with your all your five, right, your faith family, you know, but one of the things that I think is most neglected throughout, again, Western culture, and just speaking primarily from experiences face, right, and the spiritual connection, we're like, Listen, I'll get to that, like when I'm dead. Right. Like, I'm willing, I'm willing to, you know, gamble on the deathbed with that one. But I think that, you know, that's, that's too late, personally, and so, you know, having a CEO speak to you, you know, from that level, opens that up for the company, or the people that are, you know, within there to just say, wow, you know, if he's doing it, and he's talking about it, and he's sharing it, I might need to check this out. Right. Is that kind of the idea? Yes, yeah. Let's hear more about it. Satyen Raja 22:37 We follow people we trust, we follow people that are demonstrating lifestyle lifestyles that we value. There's a lot of great operators, a lot of bullshit con folks. There's all types of talk, talk talk. We've got Tech Talks every weekend going on great talks, who is doing the walking? Are we doing the walking? Are we doing the talking? So one of the things is to discern what's a talker, who's great at oration, and who's embodying and living it. My only concern is that we live these ancient principles and where I start, and everyone is invited to this, I believe a foundational start, is awakening to your true nature, the spiritual side. Now, faith to me is not belief in something that I don't know of. Faith is having an experience, of divinity, of union of truth, of that of essence, if you will, of enlightenment, from the experience orienting our life, to become Gerland with the truth of who we are not the identities. The shallowness is of ourselves, or the, if you will, the wobbliness is within our own psyche, but identified with the essence and you know, all the leaders, I take through the coaches that we got different levels, right I have, I've got about 300 coaches in my organization. And the first thing that we do with our clients is we take them through what we call kinjo ke NSHO. That comes from Japanese Zen tradition. And it's a process which helps people dissolve the barriers of what they're not and who they're not, and come into their true nature. Like for the first time, they wake up to know who they are, I am. Once you have that essential experience, everything you do if you're a business leader, you're a father, a mother, an athlete, you're an everyday person working, everything will be far more deeper, harmonious and connected to the universe, because you've discovered who you are. So that's an essential I'm going to recommend and challenge invite everyone to experience Brandon Handley 24:52 so as you would recommend that they check out what Kensho is or do you have something else that would help them to dissolve those barriers, right? Yes. Satyen Raja 24:59 Absolutely, and they can download that free on our warrior sage.com website, we've got three activations one is called fight. One is called the abundance activation. It's a one day complimentary, totally free, no strings attached seminar that you do at home with your beloved's friends, family members. There's another one called relationship activation to really up level your emotional IQ and your skill sets in all relationships, including intimate. And then the power activation is awakening your enlightened power, not the power of the ego, it's dissolving, it's enlightening, and all that's available, absolutely free, you can download it, experience it for yourself, it's less lecture, and it's exact guided processes. So get a friend, family member, a spouse, a child do with each other, and you see the results. Okay. Brandon Handley 25:51 Now, I love that. And a couple things in what you're saying here, too. I don't know if you blanked out and on the I am when it becomes too like who you are. Because it's almost ineffable, right. Like, it's this type of thing where like, you find out who you are. And that's it. There's, I think you talked a little bit earlier in the beginning, there's a there's a knowing, right, there's, there's no disputing what had happened. In that moment of awakening, of accessing realization, activate whatever you want to call, like, there's so many different ways you can do it. But like, once you're there, and you hit it, you're like, oh, shit, right, like everything. There's a big ol, like, everything just kind of moves to the left or whatever, right, like everything. In that moment. Everything is different. And even then, and I think that I think that a big challenge for a lot of people is to realize, you know, the awakening, that's just the start. Pray, I mean, like, the awakening is just like, Okay, you just got here. Thanks for showing up. Satyen Raja 26:59 When we go to bed at night, right, we sleep. When we wake up in the morning, it's not the end of the day, the waking up is the beginning of the day, right Brandon Handley 27:06 first? Yeah. 100% 100%. And I think that there's a challenge to a couple of things that you're saying. It's like, again, not power isn't an egoic sense. I remember. And this was I was just beginning, even just the podcasting and feeling, feeling encouraged to step into myself, right when I am stepping into, say, stepping into my power and talking to peers and said, you know, wouldn't it be great if you could step into your own power into your own greatness or like, wow, I'm not great. And so what is it that is keeping people from accepting the truth of who they are. Satyen Raja 27:46 It's the attachment to the identities that keep us safe, secure, and huddled in the known. Okay, safe, secure and huddled in the known to discover who we are. We have to have the willingness to go I know who I am already. I'm a father, I'm a husband and this and that of that I'm a friend of someone, I'm a son of my father. Those are all identities, all labels, your schooling your education, as you shared when one discovers who they are, it's like a spiritual soul orgasm, a recognition of who I am. That goes beyond words. It's beyond this world beyond this earth plane. There's no words for it. But we can talk about it I can talk about orgasm but if you haven't experienced orgasm, it's so much more than that what can be spoken about even you can talk volumes on it but one experiences profound in the same way waking up or what the Japanese called Kensho or in India Yogi's call it Samadhi in English we can call it the direct experience or the direct consciousness of your of who you are and what you are. So we call it the our I am this we can hear it. You can meditate you can do mantras or I am you can feel the center of I am this but it's not full enlightenment. It's that it's not a full awakening. Brandon Handley 29:17 Right there's a there's like I I consider myself awakened but I don't consider myself enlightened. Yes, right. So I mean, but I would still consider awakened just a different plane than I'd had existed before. Right as no better no worse. And it's look everybody's a Buddha, right? Like I get it like it resides in everybody. But there's still there's still more right? I just wanted to call that out, right? Like I don't Satyen Raja 29:45 in Japanese. In the zip tradition This can show or the initial waking ups. And Satori is a term given to sustain enlightenment which comes after maturation guidance, support or after the initial awakenings that so Satori represents the sustained state. And there's depths of that as well, right Brandon Handley 30:10 now, and I say, I don't know, right, like I'm my first time through. So, you know, so I guess the question I would have to write let's, you know, gain transcendence SEO, I think what you're doing in this is really awesome. Do one of the things that in the book, you recommend to use it as almost an Oracle? Right? You kind of open it. I don't know, if you mean Oracle, similar to like the eaching, you kind of open it and you get to a point, you're like, hey, what's on my mind at work? Today? Think of a reflective question something that's, you know, hard on me, opening the transcendent CEO book and be like, Oh, here's some stuff that I could work on. This is this is indicative of what I'm going through? Oh, here's some answers on how I can apply this. Satyen Raja 30:54 Right? Absolutely. You know, I designed it as an Oracle, anyone who is in business, or you're interested in leadership, or a leader, you're might not be a CEO, or founder, CEO. But we all are leaders, you might be the CEO of your household. You might be the CEO of yourself. Right? So this book goes into these principles, you can open it anywhere can incite reflection stories, wisdom, attunement. So it is like an oracle or an eaching, or a tarot deck. Easier to read that way. That way, you don't have to start getting to the end. Brandon Handley 31:34 For sure, and so of the people that you've shared this with and have worked through with, what would you say, has been the largest impact or Aha, teaching out of this book for for some years. Satyen Raja 31:50 It's what I said earlier meal to magician. tendency is in the wet in the whole world is to be overly willful, especially in leader ship positions, willful willful Drive, drive, drive, keep going take a breather, drive, drive drive, and it produces results. You know, the old paradigm, massive action equals massive results, it's a great paradigm. What we don't hear is also equals massive burnout. Behind the scenes, we don't hear about people exposing Crush It, massive it, right, right. When you say that, you'll end up being crushed, I've seen it over and over and over, every person that continues down that road, always has some backfire a boomerang backlash, some on physically, the relationship, something pans out, they get some they get burnt out, and they don't know what's going on, or they lose their fire. So the paradigm of going from hard work to a transcendent leader is the trans transition. And to deal with that we have to deal with our we have to transform our addiction to doing we have to transform our addiction to control. And, and and when we do that, in fact, the control and the commanding becomes 100 times stronger. You become like Archimedes, you get you're able to lift the whole world up with this with a lever, because you're not using willpower, you've made your internal lever so powerful, right? That's the key. That's a good formula to magician. And that's, I think, the essence of this book. Brandon Handley 33:34 And you've also got, you know, transcendent culture, which is the companion book with this. And to be honest, I haven't had a chance to jump into this one just yet. But, you know, is this where the leader can kind of refer to and how to grow and nurture their, their people talk to us a little bit about the comparison. Satyen Raja 33:52 Yeah, exactly. You nailed it, Brandon. So the transcendence seals for yourself and your own mastery and leadership, transcendent cultures. Now, how do you bring that into your teams, they bring in your family, your team dynamics, whether your team is 2345 or 1000. This we've always sages also chief, a cultural adviser for numerous companies. And we also bring in programs of coherence taking teams that are in chaotic state into coherence in less than two hours. That's powerful. That's part one of our reputations and fame and claim to fame is that we take the most ragtag crazy wild set of discontinuous and chaos filled teammates in a zoom call for two hours, we can really literally dissolve the major obstacles that got in their mindset and get them aligned and coherent and moving forward in a good way. And that to me, I believe human dynamics is the essence of and supporting the Hello in the happiness and the joy of healthy human dynamics in an organization, that's the key to making them grow. And 20 100x, which now I've seen with the companies, I mentor, many fold TEDx as a minimum that happens to them over over the time they work with me. Brandon Handley 35:19 Sure enough, super powerful. And I think that, you know, science is proving out, you know, a lot of what you're saying how you put people in this state of being, you can expect to have these type of returns the, the old fear and, and again, militant, you know, crack the whip or whatever, you know, run them down, run a run to the ground. Sure, to your point, we can get results that way. But, you know, you're gonna toss that one out and go get a new one. Or they'll quit. Satyen Raja 35:44 Right, right. Turnover churn rate. Brandon Handley 35:47 Right? So hey, Satya, I always been awesome. And I love it. I know, we don't have too much more time left. What, uh, what I got here for you is the fun portion of the podcasts. And it's what I like to think about is that this is a little bit like spiritual speed dating, right? Like somebody's gonna tune into Satya as podcasts, they're gonna be like, well, do I feel like spiritually dating site 10. And what he has has brought out for us today. And to that end, I've got a couple of questions, I'd like to ask you, you ready? Please? All right. And I know you're married, but spiritual Bachelard. Number one, you know, why are so many people depressed. Satyen Raja 36:25 They don't know what their true mission and purposes are. They're denying it, or they're avoiding it. Because even when you find what you're what you're really here for, right? And the way to ask, the way to know that is take some time, get a journey going or go for a walk, sit down at a river sit down in nature underneath a tree, pick a few hours, universe, me and my soul. What is mind to do now? What is not mine to do now in the world? Have a sheet write down what is mine to do? What is not mine to do? What is mine to do? What is not mine to do? Do that for an hour or two, you'll get more honed in to your center of what you're here to do when you do the depression will start to alleviate Brandon Handley 37:11 now. And, you know, that's also one of the exercises in the book, if I recall correctly. And so there's more more like that in the book. So thanks for sharing that. You know, then that reminds me to the call of the hero, right? Joseph Campbell's called the hero, right? If you find out what your purpose is, and you kind of reject it, it's just kind of keeps nagging at you. Right? And it keeps following you around. Like I'm still here, you still got your thing to fulfill. We talked about this? I don't know. I'm not a soul contract guy. Because I don't know enough on it. But But soul contracts, right? Say, Hey, we said we're gonna do this. And we showed up. So thank you for that answer. What is the relationship between science and religion? Satyen Raja 37:53 Well, in this day and age, all the lines are blurring, and science, philosophy spirituality are getting closer and closer together. Because we're noticing that universal laws or universal laws, doesn't matter what spectrum you're in. And I believe science. As we go deeper into the quantum mechanic dimension, it sounds more and more closer to spiritual dimensions. And one day, I believe will be a place where there's no distinction, where it's just a universal science that takes into account the observer, the subject, relationship, and all of the whole spectrum of the game. Brandon Handley 38:34 Yeah, I think it's been a lot of fun to watch them converge over the past couple of years. I don't know about you how kind of excited you are. When something comes out. You're like, oh, I can go to somebody and be like, it's not all woowoo here it is. I've got something for you. Right. Satyen Raja 38:49 But some of my top CEOs are like, some of the world's most brilliant scientists, like scientists, AI genius is a biotech geniuses I'm talking geniuses, right? But when they get the taste of the spiritual flavor and the awakening, they're like, Wow, the maturity of their science goes to a whole new level. Wisdom informs science. Brandon Handley 39:14 Sure. There's a correct me if I'm wrong, like I mean, there's a you know, what's the opposite of constriction? Right, there's a release, right? Because they've been going through constricted and they've been going through like, forcing and if they can sit back, release, relax, and I guess you receive, right is kind of how it works out. Well. Hey, Satsang has been so much fun. Is there anything else that you wanted to share prior to sign off today? Satyen Raja 39:39 Well, you know, I'm just very grateful for you your energy, the good work you're doing out in the world. Thank you for sharing and asking me these great questions and everyone who's listening. You're welcome to come to our website, Warrior sage.com. And there's many, many different teachings and interviews with all the great CEOs there a lot of inspiration, and it's just been a pleasure, my friend. And let's let's keep banding together for the greater hole right now. Okay, Brandon Handley 40:04 I appreciate it Santana thanks for being on today. Satyen Raja 40:06 Let's brother be well I Unknown Speaker 40:09 really hope you enjoyed this episode of the spiritual dope podcast. Stay connected with us directly through spiritual dove.co You can also join the discussion on Facebook spiritual though and Instagram and spiritual underscored. If you would like to speak with us, send us an email there Brandon at spiritual dove.co And as always, thank you for cultivating your mindset and creating a better reality. This includes the most thought provoking part of your day. Don't forget to like and subscribe to stay fully up to date. Until next time, be kind to yourself and trust your intuition Transcribed by https://otter.ai
“In order to lead others, you must first be able to lead yourself.” – Zack Knight In today's solo episode, I reflect on Brett's tactics to build businesses, culture, and leadership skills. He shares that it's important to be self-aware in order to be successful in these endeavors. He encourages others to think through what they are doing and how it affects the other person and it can be difficult to maintain good relationships when things are not managed well. [00:01 - 01:16] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! If you haven't listened to last Monday's episode, check it out! Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to register for a free podcasting workshop! [01:17 - 08:37] Recognize that You Have to be Mindful That a Response and Not a Reaction is the Better Avenue I reflect on the great insights given by Brett I discuss how the personal and professional lives of business owners can intersect, and how it is important to be mindful when communicating A response and not a reaction is the better course of action Being mindful allows for better communication When emotions are high, it is difficult to have a rational conversation It is important to think about when it comes to self-mastery [08:38 - 10:16] Closing Segment Closing words and reminders To find out more about Gabrielle's tips for effective, comeback this Friday Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted! Key Quote: “Recognize that you have to be mindful that a response and not a reaction is the better avenue.” – Zack Knight Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ ( https://knightprotectionllc.com/) If you want to learn how to build a better business, check out my website athttps://beatacticalleader.com/ ( Beatacticalleader.com). You can connect with us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zaknight ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/beatacticalleader/ ( Instagram), or joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BATLgroup/ ( Our BATL Space) and become part of the community.
***SUBSCRIBE TO THE FASTEST-GROWING NETWORK UP ON GAME PRESENTS PODCAST CHANNEL*** https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/up-on-game-presents/id1596136129 SUBSCRIBE TO THE UP ON GAME PRESENTS YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/c/UPONGAMENETWORK “Just because it doesn't look like or feel like what you thought it would, does not mean that that is not success, because purpose and intentionality puts you where you're supposed to be when you're supposed to be there.” - Teneshia Jackson Welcome to Stay a While with Tommi Vincent! We are all born to take center stage in our life, but not everyone gets the memo. We were all designed to boldly and unapologetically use the gifts that we've been given. However, when you're used to playing the background, or been forced to do so for so long, finding the power to stand out can appear more daunting than liberating. Guest Teneshia Warner takes her seat at the table to explore why we all should start using and owning our power to find success where we are. Teneshia Jackson Warner is the Founder and CEO of EGAMI Group, an award-winning multicultural agency. EGAMI is a trusted partner to world leading consumer, lifestyle, healthcare, financial and corporate brands; and the first multicultural and Black woman-owned agency to win Grand Prix film honors at the Cannes Festival of Creativity. Teneshia is a dynamic speaker and two-time author whose first book, Profit With Purpose: A Marketers Guide to Deliver Purpose-Driven Campaigns to Multicultural Audiences earned rave reviews as the first-of-its-kind guide to multicultural, purpose-driven marketing. She is also the creator of The Dream Project Symposium and coach to Dreamers at all stages of their path to greater purpose. Throughout her career, Teneshia has amassed several professional awards including the coveted Black Enterprise Rising Star Award, Black Enterprises Forty Under 40, AdColor MVP and The Network Journal's Forty Under 40 Award. She has also been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Success Magazine, AdWeek, Ad Age, Entrepreneur, Essence and Black Enterprise magazines and made guest appearances on outlets including ABC News and The Steve Harvey Show. In this episode we cover [00:01 - 05:17] The Truth, And Nothing But the Truth [05:18 - 09:36] Who is Teneshia Jackson Warner? [09:37 - 27:32] Find Your Voice and Make Some Noise, Unapologetically [27:33 - 42:32] Pulling the Trigger to Live a Purposeful Life With Faith, Not Fear [42:33 - 46:03] Recognize the Greatness Inside of You [46:04 - 50:20] Closing Segment Key Quotes “I love that food has the power to heal in that way. And when we use it the proper way. It really has the opportunity to transform whatever situation we're in.” - Tommi Vincent “Success is about operating on purpose, personally, and professionally.” - Teneshia Jackson Warner “I've learned in failure is surrendering in acceptance of what's for you is for you and what's not is not, and there are going to be times where things that you desire. In our mind, there are things that will show up as failure, experiences that may show up as failure. However, God will have another plan for what that failure really is. And we got to leave room for God to get in there and show you what His will is for your life.” - Teneshia Jackson “The more you hold on to something that is not for you, the more time you waste. And time, I believe personally, is the greatest commodity that we have on this earth. And you will not get it back. So when you let it go, you free up time to explore the things that are for you.” - Tommi Vincent “Always examine where fear may be asking you to play in a smaller arena that you have outgrown, where fear may be asking you to operate in a dream that has expired. There's such a thing as expired dreams, you have to renew them and listen for fresh anointings. Anywhere fear is stagnating you, that's where you probably need to lean in.” - Teneshia Jackson Connect with Teneshia Jackson Warner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teneshiajwarner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teneshiajwarner/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/Big-Stretch-Expand-Dreams-Success/dp/1260456803 Connect with Me! You can reach Tommi on Instagram @cheftommiv Visit https://vincentcountry.com and get connected with us on Vincent Country's Instagram @vincentcountry This episode was Produced By: Tommi Vincent, Tanner Vincent, and Skai Blue Media Music By: Stichiz - Big T. Music /Roj&TwinkiE LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants food for the soul, and the key ingredients to embracing their true, authentic self. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify, Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can white parents raise anti-racist children in this time of violence against people of color and protests. We talk with Dr. Ann Hazzard, a clinical child psychologist who was on the faculty at Emory University in Atlanta and co-author of Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice; and Dr. Joy Harris, a Full-time Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and co-author of The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences.In this episode, we cover:Embrace Race.org. Founded by black and mixed race parents to provide resources for raising black children.One Talk at a Time https://www.caminoslab.org/onetalk Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. They have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.What is the difference between not being a racist and being anti-racist?What is wrong with saying and believing any of the following: "love will conquer all", “we are all one race-the human race", and “colorblind is best”.Tip 1. Talk about RaceRacism thrives in silence. Why are many white parents silent on raise in general and within our families?When do children start recognizes racial differences?When should white parents start talking to their kids about race?How to start the conversation? Fantastic resources:Diverse Book Finder https://diversebookfinder.org/books/The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid https://www.theconsciouskid.org/ Tip 2: Acknowledging & Celebrating Racial DiversityWhy is it important to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?How to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?Tip 3: Recognize systemic/institutionalized racism and white privilegeWhat do we mean by systemic racism?What do we mean by white privilege?How early do kids start defaulting that things associated with being white are better than being black?How can parents address institutionalize racism with their children who will likely benefit from it?How do we help teach our kids to understand power inequity so they can name it, unpack it, and dismantle it when it happens in the real world.Tip 4: Talk about Violence Against People of Color and the Protests/ResistanceSomething Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice How much should we share with our children? At what age should we talk with them about these hard topics or is it better to shield them from such “grown up” problems?Talk about How People Make Change in a democracy.Not a one-time conversation. Appropriate conversation for age and developmental level. Should young children watch the news and videos. This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on Support the show
Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers perinatal psychiatry with Dr. Tuong Vi Nguyen, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University and Scientist and Scientist, RI-MUHC, Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) Program, Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation. The learning objectives for this episode are as follows: By the end of this episode, you should be able to… Define the field of perinatal psychiatry Describe the key issues that should be addressed in pre-conception psychiatric counseling Discuss the management approach for prescribing medications during pregnancy Recognize the prevalence of mood disorders during the perinatal period Recall the diagnostic criteria for postpartum depression Consider the risk factors and explanatory models for postpartum depression Discuss the use of screening tools for postpartum depression Outline the treatment for postpartum depression Describe the clinical presentation of postpartum psychosis and recognize the urgency of this condition List important risk factors for postpartum psychosis Discuss the management for postpartum psychosis Guest: Dr. Tuong Vi Nguyen Hosts: Nima Nahiddi (PGY4), Audrey Le (PGY1), and Arielle Geist (PGY2) Produced by: Nima Nahiddi (PGY4), Audrey Le (PGY1), Rebecca Marsh (PGY2) and Arielle Geist (PGY2) Audio editing by: Audrey Le Show notes by: Arielle Geist Interview content: Introduction - 00:00 Learning objectives - 00:43 Defining the field of perinatal psychiatry - 01:55 Key issues to address in preconception counseling - 02:50 Management approach for prescribing medications during pregnancy - 07:00 Prevalence of mood disorders during the perinatal period - 12:11 Diagnostic criteria for postpartum depression - 14:05 Differentiating postpartum psychosis from postpartum depression - 16:52 Risk factors and explanatory models for postpartum depression - 18:58 Screening tools for postpartum depression - 20:15 Treatment for postpartum depression - 22:13 Pharmacotherapy - 22:20 Psychotherapy - 27:34 Clinical presentation of postpartum psychosis - 29:07 Risk factors for postpartum psychosis - 30:43 Postpartum psychosis prognosis and impacts on attachment- 32:57 Management of postpartum psychosis -35:30 Closing comments - 38:00 Resources: Bérard, A., Zhao, J. 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The role of reproductive hormones in postpartum depression. CNS Spectrums, 20(1), 48-59. doi: 10.1017/S1092852914000480 Viguera, A. (2021). Mild to moderate postpartum unipolar major depression: Treatment. UpToDate. Accessed 2021-01-18. Wisner, K.L., Sit, D.K.Y., & McShea, M.C. (2013). Onset timing, thoughts of self-harm, and diagnoses in postpartum women with screen-positive depression findings. JAMA Psychiatry, 70(5), 490-498. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2013.87 CPA Note: The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. For more PsychEd, follow us on Twitter (@psychedpodcast), Facebook (PsychEd Podcast), and Instagram (@psyched.podcast). You can provide feedback by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit our website at psychedpodcast.org.
Narcissists are all around us and our lives are affected by them, even if you don't know it! Tune in and be educated on the habits and attributes of a Narcissist. You may have one right under your nose. Guest: Jay Houston, PHD share out hours with narcissists.Join us and learn how to recognize one when you encounter them. Kendell Lenice The Remix CoachCertification Life Coach @kendelllenice Livingtruelivingyou.com
Identify the pathways that connect greenhouse gas emissions to child health outcomes.Explain how climate actions can promote child health and health equity.Recognize the unique role that pediatric care providers have in addressing the climate crisis.
Is "do not steal" the easiest commandment to follow? What does stealing look like? How does God react to stealing? In today's episode, Tanya discusses the eighth commandment and how stealing doesn't always seem like stealing. Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too. Use #asktmbt to connect with us, ask questions, and suggest topics. We'd love to hear from you!To learn more, visit our website and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @TenMinuteBibleTalks.Don't forget to subscribe to the TMBT Newsletter here.Passages: Exodus 20:15, 21:33-22:14
Senior Sociopaths: How to Recognize and Escape Lifelong Abusers (Anderly Publishing, 2022) is the first book to examine antisocial behavior in the over-50 crowd. This is a far bigger problem than anyone realizes. In America, 14 million people over age 50 could be diagnosed with antisocial, narcissistic, borderline or histrionic personality disorders, or psychopathy. They are not locked up in jails or mental institutions. They live among us, scamming and abusing almost everyone in their lives. This book is written for the millions of people who are trying to get along with a supposedly mature romantic partner, spouse, parent, family member, work colleague or neighbor, but face never-ending turmoil. It reveals hundreds of stories of shocking deceit and manipulation. Readers will learn that they're not alone and they're not crazy — they're dealing with disorder. They will also learn how to escape and recover from the abuse. Senior Sociopaths is based on surveys of nearly 2,400 people who lived through the damage inflicted by these disordered people over age 50. They tell shocking, detailed stories about their entanglements, and offer advice on how to escape and recover. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology
Senior Sociopaths: How to Recognize and Escape Lifelong Abusers (Anderly Publishing, 2022) is the first book to examine antisocial behavior in the over-50 crowd. This is a far bigger problem than anyone realizes. In America, 14 million people over age 50 could be diagnosed with antisocial, narcissistic, borderline or histrionic personality disorders, or psychopathy. They are not locked up in jails or mental institutions. They live among us, scamming and abusing almost everyone in their lives. This book is written for the millions of people who are trying to get along with a supposedly mature romantic partner, spouse, parent, family member, work colleague or neighbor, but face never-ending turmoil. It reveals hundreds of stories of shocking deceit and manipulation. Readers will learn that they're not alone and they're not crazy — they're dealing with disorder. They will also learn how to escape and recover from the abuse. Senior Sociopaths is based on surveys of nearly 2,400 people who lived through the damage inflicted by these disordered people over age 50. They tell shocking, detailed stories about their entanglements, and offer advice on how to escape and recover. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
About Jolinda Hockaday: She is a mother, grandmother, teacher, chaplain, author, writer, motivational and inspirational speaker, toastmaster, and missionary. She leads mastermind groups and facilitates writing circles. Jolinda is the host of a podcast, "Believe in Yourself" and a blogger .In this episode, Chabidaye and Jolinda discuss:Finding your reason to beHow to be a great teacherNever give up on your dreamsHarnessing the power of wordsKey Takeaways: Find your raison d'être - your reason to be. You have to get in touch with why you are here. Once you figure out your purpose or your dream, then cultivate it. Work on it daily and use it to fuel you in your journey.You have to believe in yourself in order to teach others to also believe in themselves. The lessons that you teach, people have to see it in you in order for them to be truly impacted. An average teacher will teach or instruct, but a great teacher will inspire and motivate.Never give up on your dreams. Recognize your passion and cultivate it through action, practice, and curiosity. Make the world a better place by seeking always to fulfill your dreams.Practice affirmation, it's not a luxury, it's a discipline and it's necessary for emotional health. Words have power, they can either help or harm your journey."Believe in yourself. Set your standards high. Don't ever lose your dream." — Jolinda Hockaday Connect with Jolinda Hockaday: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullnessOfJoy/Podcast: https://anchor.fm/jolinda-hockadayWebsite: https://www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/jolindahockadayInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullness0fjoyhockaday/Twitter: https://twitter.com/fullnessofjoyCONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/Website: https://leadandlift.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
We are taking a break over the summer, so this is “goodbye–see you later” for a few weeks. We will return for the 2022-2023 school year, hoping for a smoother and better-executed plan for our students. We hope that we've brought some helpful information and inspiration to get you through these challenging times in education. Join us today for a few key takeaways and reminders. *We will be replaying some of our favorite episodes over the next few weeks until we are ready to start off the next school year with a bang! In the meantime, connect with us on our social media pages! Show Highlights: Remember to continue to push for virtual IEP meetings if those better fit into your schedule; we've proven that those can work during these past two years! Recognize that there are amazing teachers and administrators who are not the norm; they push the envelope and fight through the red tape for their students. Let them know that they are appreciated and supported! Remember, if your child was recommended to do ESY, but they need a break, you have the right to say NO. We hope you can reflect on the good that has happened this year, as we are trying to do. Enjoy your summer! Links/Resources: Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show inhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1307157016 ( Apple Podcasts),https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/inclusive-education-project-podcast/inclusive-education-project ( Stitcher Radio), orhttps://play.google.com/music/listen%23/ps/I23ctmblttqsbc4kagaccwm453a ( Google Play.) It helps other listeners find this show. Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns: https://www.facebook.com/IEPcalifornia/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/iepcalifornia/ (Instagram)–We are doing videos on Instagram, so connect with us there and send us your questions! https://twitter.com/iepcalifornia (Twitter) http://www.inclusiveeducationproject.org/ (IEP website) This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.
Self love is the biggest gift that we can give ourselves. We can often find ourselves looking for love from anywhere, but from ourselves. We try to seek validation from our partners, our jobs, society, parents, and many other outlets. Unfortunately most of the places we turn to are incapable of offering us complete approval and unconditional love. We find that the void simply cannot be filled, until we finally accept that the unconditional love we seek can only come from within ourselves. This episode of Omar Pinto Coaching, starts with Omar and Patrick's discussion on how to navigate Patrick's one year anniversary. It later turns into Omar teaching the group not only the importance, but also how to achieve self-acceptance and self love. Tune in to hear how to stop looking for outside validation and start recieving love from within. What You Will Learn in this Episode: [2:29] Patrick wonders how to celebrate a milestone in his sobriety in a healthy way. [5:08] Patrick discusses why it is so important to him that his wife recognizes his accomplishment of staying sober for a year. [8:38] Omar questions how much Patrick accepts and loves himself. [13:45] How our childhood experiences can set up expectations for our adult relationships. [20:46] Samantha shares her thoughts on Patrick's situation and how she has managed the unrealistic expectations in her own marriage. [31:55] The cycles of communication in a long-term relationship. [35:00] Julia talks about her realization about how lonely she is and the unhealthy distractions she has developed. [44:56] Omar discusses the importance of realizing that we are enough and breaking through old belief systems that have fostered self-judgment. [50:30] The group shares their final thoughts, encouragement, and compassion with each other. For more information on Omar and this episode visit omarpinto.com/078 *************************************** Get 1-on-1 Life Coaching with Omar Pinto! For more information and a FREE consultation go to omarpinto.com/coaching. *************************************** Explore the Alcohol-Free Lifestyle and Feel Better Now!
There is a highly pricey trap into which we have all fallen occasionally. Some of us believe that we can be happy when we are at ease. Some of us think that when we relax, we can be satisfied. Some of us believe we will have time to pursue our interests someday. But that moment never arrives. Yet, identifying whether we are holding our happiness hostage can be an intriguing revelation!Sticky Trap – This misconception concerning happiness is sticky. As we grow, we will continue to challenge our comfort zone. Therefore, striving to find a place where we always feel at ease is absurd and elusive. This Moment - This trap prevents us from being happy now. It leads us to believe that as soon as we finish the next event, interview, presentation, etc., we will be able to unwind or have time to do something we enjoy.Work on it - Everything is in your hands. Recognize that you are living with a chunk of your life on hold, and take steps to change this. Hence, regardless of what transpires, make sure to rise and thrive.
You wake up one day and your career feels off track. Maybe you've realized the work you're doing is no longer meaningful to you, and you want more out of your career. Even if you're in your “midlife,” you still deserve to do meaningful work that makes you happy! Your abilities are going to change. Your views are going to change. The things you care about are going to change. Recognize it for what it is: a sign that you've been evolving and that your current situation no longer suits you. On this team episode, Cindy & Phillip detail the stories of 4 HTYC alums that made midlife career changes. Learn how they persevered through limiting beliefs and found a second chance at career happiness. What you'll learn 4 limiting beliefs stopping people in their midlife from making a career change How to transfer your skills to a new job so you're never starting over Why it's okay to leave an industry even if you've worked your way to the top How to ditch your limiting beliefs and take action for your career change Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email email@example.com Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out! Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over. Related Episodes Executive Burnout: Making A Midlife Career Change (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) Stuck in a Career You're Unhappy With? Fear Of Taking Risks Could Be Keeping You There (Spotify / Apple Podcasts)
There aren't as many men who are vocal in the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) space as there are women. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis affect men as often as they do women, but fewer men seem comfortable being public about their disease. That's why Carlos “CJ" Cabrera, who also goes by CJ Papuro, entered the IBD community after his diagnosis of Crohn's. He gives an overview of how difficult it was to be diagnosed as a US veteran using the Veterans Health Administration, his struggles with finding his way with nutrition, the ways in which IBD has affected him as a man, and his advice for other men. Concepts discussed on this episode include: Athletic Greens — AG1: https://athleticgreens.com/ibdpod Fragmented Care and IBD: Outcomes in U.S. Veterans: https://ihpi.umich.edu/news/fragmented-care-and-ibd-outcomes-us-veterans The Incidence and Prevalence of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Among U.S. Veterans: A National Cohort Study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3972034/ Maltodextrin, Modern Stressor of the Intestinal Environment: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6409436/ How IBD Affects Fertility in Men: https://www.verywellhealth.com/how-ibd-affects-fertility-in-men-4125878 How to Recognize and Diagnose Crohn's Disease in Men: https://www.verywellhealth.com/crohns-symptoms-male-5215367 Arthritis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: https://www.verywellhealth.com/arthritis-and-inflammatory-bowel-disease-1941772 Should You Exercise If You Have IBD?: https://www.verywellhealth.com/exercising-with-ibd-4582068 Find CJ Papuro at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/papuro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/papurosmokes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chill.ghost YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Papuro Find Amber J Tresca at AboutIBD.com: http://aboutibd.com/ Verywell: https://www.verywell.com/ibd-crohns-colitis-4014703 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aboutIBD Twitter: https://twitter.com/aboutIBD Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/aboutibd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/about_IBD/ Credits: Mix and sound design is by Mac Cooney: https://www.facebook.com/michaelandrewcooney Theme music, IBD Dance Party, is from Cooney Studio: https://michaelandrewcooney.bandcamp.com/track/ibd-dance-party-single Episode transcript and more information at: https:/bit.ly/AIBD120
This is 4th episode of the Game TeaTime Podcast. Patrick Downs is a game writer and narrative designer based in Seattle. Most recently he served as the head writer for the Iki Island expansion content in Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut. In addition to his BAFTA-nominated work on GoT, his credits include Halo 5: Guardians, Halo: Spartan Strike, Just Cause 3, and—most importantly—his first game as a writer: the immortal classic known as Zombie Infection (no really, that was the title). Unity 3D Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/complete-unity-developer-3d/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unity 2D Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/complete-unity-developer-2d/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6 Unity RPG Combat Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/unity-rpg/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6Blender Course:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/blender/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6 Blender Character Course:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/blender-character-creator-2/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6Blender Environments Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/blender-environments/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6Math For Games Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/math-for-games/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=K-B&affcode=45216_dezckag6Game TeaTime Official PodcastEnjoy the Podcast!Support the show
original Air Date: July 26, 2021 Let's talk about burnout. We've all sung this song before. Whether it was out front leading the tune, Joining in the chorus, Or subconsciously humming it to ourselves as we pick up the broom. We can't sweep away the exhaustion, The depletion of energy. The jagged, gnawing feeling, That we are nearing our candle's end. For too long burnout has seemed that necessary friend You must deal with if you want to achieve. If you want to be the best at ______. Fill in that blank with whatever extrinsic achievement we are Chasing, Hoping it will finally show everyone we are enough. But we can out hustle our worthiness. Or we'll find ourselves buried in a hole of our own making. We need to redefine what it means to be winning. To recognize that perfectionism And burnout often goes hand in hand. Where is the balance? Where is the rest? What are the flags, Warning signs, And hints That can suggest when we've gone too far. On this week's episode, Let's talk openly about burnout. Together, let's explore ways We can invite more balance into our lives. Not just when it gets so bad it can't be ignored. But as a practice. A commitment. A path. That leads us back home to ourselves.
Dr Briony Scott is an Australian educator and columnist, and the Principal of Wenona in North Sydney, an independent K–12 girls school. Dr Scott has a Masters and Doctorate in Education from the University of Sydney; specialising in girls' education, technology and pedagogy, motivational theory, and choice in education. Prior to Wenona, Dr Scott was Principal of Roseville College. She has worked as a systems analyst for Italian computer firm Olivetti and spent time volunteering as an Emergency Technician with the Wheaton Rescue Squad in Maryland, US. Dr Scott speaks regularly on educational and parenting issues at community forums and conferences. It's really fascinating to think about leading a school that is focused on one thing, like all girls. How do you see your role differently because of the way your school is structured as an all-girls school? Gap of about 2 months pay in gender gap in pay You have to be aware of stereotypes. How women finally got into colleges for medicine You can't be what you can't see! How can we do a better job of teaching mental health? Anything that reduces a person's agency is an obstacle. Recognize what power looks like in a room. Mental health itself is neutral, but there are good and bad mental health. They're not allowed to be sad anymore, they can only be depressed. Little people look to adults about cues about how to behave. Mental health - they're actually fine, if we create a feeling of doom and gloom Pathologizing of adolescnce We do an extraordinary disservice when we write off an entire generation. Transactional Analysis Kids are clever but they're not wise [[Wisdom]] Nous - wisdom We're all just walking them home. Renaissance Women's Network - connecting female education leaders to others. We create the world they can aspire to. It is massively disrespectful to people with real mental health issues. In the desire to listen respect and value people's feelings, we forget that they have agency. We teach the feelings, but don't teach agency and the power we have over them. How to be a transformative principal? Get some sleep.
Do situations or your thoughts ever lead to strong negative feelings such as anger, fear, or shame? How do you respond? Do you withdraw and use the ‘silent treatment' on those around you? Or do you say things you regret later? Do you go eat something sugary to soothe your feelings? In the Eternal Warriors program, we teach you to recognize that your thoughts in those situations are most likely influenced by the adversary - and we show you that you CAN learn to recognize and stop those thoughts before they cause you to do things you later regret. Today Karen Broadhead joins Lloyd and Debbie, Eternal Warriors Coaches, in a discussion about Transforming Satan's Lies. They will teach you about recognizing the moment you get into a ‘Mood Battle', (that uncomfortable feeling that something is ‘off',) and they teach you a tool to use so you can stop the negative thoughts from then becoming words and actions you never planned to say or do. It could be you! Come check us out, and see if this is the time for you to enlist. Come join those who are finding the great power that comes from using your agency to choose action, commitment, and increased faith! If you would like to submit any feedback or if you have benefitted from these principles please visit our Email at firstname.lastname@example.orgSons of Helaman is a program for young men struggling with self mastery issues where they learn technics and principles to help them combat the influence of the adversary. For more information please visit https://lifechangingservices.online/sonsofhelaman/The Mothers Who Know Program is a Christ-centered team of mothers who provide support, connection, training, and hope when your children battle pornography or other challenging issues. For more information please visit https://motherswhoknow.org/For more information about Eternal Warriors, visit our website at eternalwarriorstraining.org/If you would like to take a careful look at the training handbook for Eternal Warriors training system, you are invited to download, for FREE, the eBook, "Like Dragons Did They Fight" at likedragonsfree.comListen in and learn about “NINIFIFI” - the Notice It, Name It, Flip It, and Find It tool - and hear how these coaches have used it in their lives to take the lies the adversary plants in their minds and transform them into words and actions that build self-mastery and greater faith in the Savior Jesus Christ. This tool can truly transform your life for the better!
Common Sentience… NATURE: Ana Maria Vasquez Spiritual wisdom on the ancient wisdom of Nature, messages, and healing Nature shares. In understanding the Natural World, Ana Maria Vasquez shares how the mystical takes form in Nature and how Nature speaks to us. Divine Experiences with Trees, Plants, Stones and Landscapes reveal the greatest teacher of all, including: - healing joy received from a plum tree. - rocks that transmute a woman's fear into peace. - loving messages from nature allowing a sister to let her beloved brother go. - a sentinel tree witnessing a granddaughters' short life. - tree spirits that lift a man's heart and allow lightness and magic into his life. - a water spirit that requests collaboration for healing of the waters. Deepening Your Connection with Nature encourages you to ‘take it into your listening' and open to the sentient world you are a part of. Recognize you are nature and why it's important to have reverence, check your vibe, and ask permission to begin co-creating with the natural world. Ana Maria Vasquez is a Multi-Sensory Animal & Nature Intuitive. She is a natural energy reader who lifts the veil between what's happening in the 3D world and the energetic patterns behind it. Through teaching, speaking, and remote sessions, Ana Maria's profound connection with the natural world sources her in helping you understand the messages coming from the animals and nature, while unpacking your intuitive backpack! She is also the author of Nature: Divine Experiences with Trees, Plants, Stones and Landscapes, a shamanic practitioner, a Certified Intuitive Strategist, and a Sacred Stories Luminary. Learn more at: www.IntentionTraining.com Learn more about Simran here: www.iamsimran.com www.1111mag.com/
Pastor T.J. Tyus encourages and provides principles to answer the call from God so that we can walk confidently in the plans he has for us. “No matter what you've gone through, the lord still has plans to prosper you.”Jeremiah 29:11 6:30 - “Anyone can produce something. But if you're not producing something involved with your purpose, then you won't be fulfilled.” If your work doesn't fulfill you, put aside some time to converse with God about it. He could be using those situations to get your attention & direct you back to him. 8:45 - “You were created to be a producer.” Genesis 1:27-28 summarizes the we are to produce what God has placed inside us. The seed has great value and blessings when we trust the steps of the plan He has made. Jeremiah 1:5 states that God knew you before birth while being formed in the womb. Your destiny is already written & ordained by God. He has called us to be apart from the world by following his ways of living. Production ⁃ To compose, create, or bring out by intellectual or physical effort. Govern ⁃ To control, direct or strongly influence the actions and conduct of. ⁃ To exert a determining or guiding influence in or over something. Principles 1. You are blessed where you are currently! Recognize what God has done for you thus far. Be thankful for the undeserving grace he extends to grow and walk in purpose. 2. Produce according to purpose makes you fruitful! 3. Govern the environment you have direct control or influence of. People's destiny are related to your courage to lead.
Recognize opportunities as they present themselves and don't be scared to jump in. You might experience failure from time to time, but most of the time it's a pretty exciting journey.
TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES! I HAD TO RE-UPLOAD LAST WEEKS EPISODE SINCE THIS WANTED TO DISAPPEAR OFF APPLE PODCAST! Finally a solo episode!! In this episode, I discuss how to know when to leave a relationship. We have all been there, put too much energy into a relationship that was one-sided. But how do you know when you should leave? When should you end a friendship, when should you and a relationship? How to know if you're over thinking versus when a situation is truly toxic. In this episode I discuss all of that and more, thank you all for all of your support!For more info on my services such as Tarot readings or coaching please visit my website at www.therapeutichealingbyreese.comFollow me on Instagram!https://instagram.com/_keresse_?utm_medium=copy_linkFollow me on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/TherapeuticHealingByReese/
When Annie Kate Reeder began her career as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs, she thought it would be a good way to get some experience and learn new skills. But after a few years working 12-hour days managing high-profile hedge funds, the stress was taking a toll. Reeder was at a client event when suddenly she felt as if she were having “some sort of a heart attack.” But it wasn't a heart attack – it was her first-ever panic attack. In this interview, Reeder explores how that experience helped her re-evaluate her goals, take stock of her mental health and eventually set her on the path towards becoming a clinical psychologist. “I think that I started to realize that there was a lot more to life than making money. I kept having this sort of vague but persistent feeling that there was just something more.” – Annie Now a doctoral student in clinical psychology at Yeshiva University, Reeder examines why therapy works, how to find the right therapist and what we can do to take charge of our own mental health. “I felt like [therapy] helped me so much. And I just thought, if I can do that for another person, that would just be the coolest job ever.” – Annie Reeder shares these tips for those considering therapy: Find someone you feel comfortable with Recognize that it's normal to meet with multiple therapists to find the best fit The process can feel overwhelming, but remember that it's worth it Online directory Alma can help connect you with local providers In This Episode What success means, and defining it on your own terms (03:32) Overcoming the fear of facing mental health (13:38) What Wall Street and clinical psychology have in common (17:31) Impostor syndrome (20:40) How seeking therapy inspired her to pursue clinical psychology (22:28) What to look for in a therapist, and how to find the right one (23:50) The breakthroughs good therapists can help their clients achieve (27:50) Resources to begin your own mental health journey (33:34) Our Guest Annie Kate Reeder spent three years as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs, where her own mental health struggles led her to begin therapy for the first time. Inspired by the change she saw in herself, Reeder left finance in 2018 to enroll at Yeshiva University, where she is currently pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology. In addition to her studies, Reeder also sees clients at an outpatient clinic in Brooklyn. Resources & Links Off The Cuff On YouTube On Apple Podcasts On Spotify Annie Kate Reeder LinkedIn More On Mental Health National Suicide Prevention Lifeline National Helpline Database Alma What Are Panic Attacks? What Is Therapy? How To Find A Therapist
We all want to be fit, healthy, lean, stong, energetic, and attractive to the opposite (or same) sex. And we want it not just for a week or a month, but for the rest of our lives. But too many of us aren't doing the things needed to get and stay there. Instead, we procrastinate, make excuses, and do what's comfortable. And it doesn't work. I don't have any hacks or shortcuts to the above mentioned, but I do have a roadmap for you to follow. And no it's doesn't cost $99.99 or require entry into one of my high ticket coaching program. It just takes the willingness to follow a handful of basic principles over and over. Here's what to do: Understand that less is more. Simple is better. Keep your fitness as simple as possible and you'll do far better in the long run. Fitness doesn't have to be all or nothing, but it can be if it works for you. Stop chasing scale weight. Consistency beats intensity. Find a strong enough reason to do this. Be accountable to someone or something. Join the FDN Inner Circle if you're lacking it. Recognize that you'll crash sometimes. This doesn not mean failure. I hope this opens your eyes to just how simple this all can be.
In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin discuss how to drop to a single-digit body fat percentage. The difference between being in “shape” and being “shredded.” (2:24) Why Mind Pump doesn't recommend this for MOST people. (8:38) Eleven Steps to a Single Digit Body Fat Percentage. #1 - Recognize it's temporary (or suffer the consequences/have a back-out plan). (10:19) #2 - Become obsessively consistent (1% gain from 5% is obvious versus from 12%) tracking. (17:45) #3 - Cycle carbs (non-essential). (22:37) #4 - Protein must stay high. (26:35) #5 - Lift weights for strength not “burning.” (31:24) #6 - Avoid cardio until it's necessary. (39:43) #7 - Learn to live with hunger. (43:53) #8 - Sleep and stress must be perfect. (46:18) #9 - Don't let water changes freak you out. (49:44) #10 - The scale lies. (53:12) #11 - Supplements become more important. (55:55) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MINDPUMP at checkout** Father's Day Special: Free Shipping on all apparel and equipment for $150.00 or more 6/10-6/24 June Promotion: Shredded Summer Bundle or MAPS HIIT 50% off! **Promo code JUNE50 at checkout** Mind Pump #785: Dr. Layne Norton On Taking Charge Of Your Diet, Metabolism & Relationship With Food Carb Cycling: A Good Way To Lose Fat? - Mind Pump Blog The Benefits Of Carb Cycling – Mind Pump Show Visit NutriSense for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Mind Pump #1815: Improving Fat Loss, Muscle Gain And Fitness With Continuous Glucose Monitors Mind Pump #1757: The Truth About The Anabolic Window & Protein Timing MAPS Fitness Products Cardio Sucks for Fat Loss – Mind Pump Blog How Much Cardio Should I be Doing if I Want to Get Shredded? - Mind Pump Blog Why The Scale Is Not Always The Best Way To Measure Progress – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Layne Norton, PhD (@biolayne) Instagram Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral) Instagram