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I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine who is in the process of making a career change. We mainly chatted about change and how challenging this can be for someone. It doesn't all happen at once but if you work on the right things, you will build momentum and smoothly make that transition. Enjoy!Being honest with yourself and admitting you don't like what you are doingThe pain of regret later in lifeTaking a chance before it's too lateHead to the link below to participate in our 5 Day Challenge! https://www.physicaltherapybiz.com/challenge www.physicaltherapybiz.com/apply PT Everywhere: https://pteverywhere.com/Do you enjoy the podcast? If so, leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and tell a friend to do the same!Are you a member of our free PT Entrepreneur Facebook Group? If not, head to the link below and join the community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptentrepreneur/
Sometimes we are drowning in shame because we cannot change the deep failures of our past. That's where Jesus found Peter after he vehemently denied even knowing Jesus. In this message, we listen to Jesus' three restorative questions. In Christ, we have lasting incentives to be restored to Christ and His service. This month's special offer is available for a donation of any amount. Get yours at rtwoffer.com or call us at 1-888-217-9337.
In this episode, John talks about the four things he believes you will regret if you don't start doing them now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sometimes we are drowning in shame because we cannot change the deep failures of our past. That's where Jesus found Peter after he vehemently denied even knowing Jesus. In this message, we listen to Jesus' three restorative questions. In Christ, we have lasting incentives to be restored to Christ and His service. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29
In this episode, I share the pain of REGRET of NOT going after your dreams and the pain of PURSUING your dreams! Plus, some mindset shifts to help you see that one is better than the other! MONETIZE FREE MASTERCLASS --> https://www.shanarecker.com/monetizeOther opportunities to learn with Shana --> follow her on Instagram @quantumleapqueenHow to Build a Successful Membership BusinessInterviews with business owners about how to build and scale a sustainable membership.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Joey P., Big Pod Energy, and DBro take turns creating their fantasy teams of players you may want to avoid. We're not touching on the guys who are merely overvalued ... today's show is dedicated to the athletes who have major downside relative to their draft cost. Some of these names might surprise you, so stay tuned the whole way through to catch them all! Sponsors: Miller Lite - Picking your fantasy team is a crapshoot, picking your beer isn't. Miller Lite. More taste. Only 96 calories. Order now at www.millerlite.com/buybeeronline. AirMedCare - If a medical emergency arises, AirMedCare Network provides members with world class emergency air transport services to the nearest hospital with NO out of pocket expenses. Visit airmedcarenetwork.com/fantasypros and use offer code FANTASYPROS to get up to a $50 Visa or Amazon gift card with a new membership. Props Fantasy - Flex.fan/pros allows you to compete in head-to-head challenges on a weekly basis using your current fantasy team. Join in on the fun by backing the team you think has the best chance to win that week. Timestamps: All-Bust Team - 0:06:13 Andrew's QB - 0:06:36 Derek's QB - 0:08:44 Andrew's 1st RB - 0:10:50 Derek's 1st RB - 0:15:05 Khalil Herbert - 0:16:21 Andrew's 2nd RB - 0:17:02 Brian Robinson - 0:18:40 Derek's 2nd RB - 0:19:52 Andrew's 1st WR - 0:23:30 Derek's 1st WR - 0:28:12 Andrew's 2nd WR - 0:30:37 Derek's 2nd WR - 0:34:48 Andrew's 3rd WR - 0:39:10 Derek's 3rd WR - 0:42:28 Andrew's TE - 0:44:06 Derek's TE - 0:46:24 Andrew's Flex Picks - 0:47:41 Derek's Flex Pick - 0:49:58 Listener Mailbag - 0:51:32 Last RB you'd feel comfortable with as an RB1 in PPR? - 0:52:03
Learn how to build IRONCLAD discipline in this free workshop:https://impacttheory.krtra.com/t/wytYfQcAuXa4Join the Kyzen journey inside my Discord here:https://impacttheory.krtra.com/t/RSNL34uTprCpCheck out the Women of Impact Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/women-of-impact/id1435217865 On Today's Episode: Dating to have a long-term relationship means being intentional and doing things a little differently. Judging the success of your existing relationship on the passion you feel now and your ability to suppress your doubts and insecurities for the moment are not great long-term strategies for a successful relationship.Let's get straight to the point and help you figure out what you'll need to start doing to have a healthier, happier, and longer lasting relationship with the right partner.If you ever searched for relationship advice on YouTube chances are you've seen Matthew Hussey, the relationship guru appear in the search results. His YouTube channel and career has been dedicated to helping women Get the Guy by showing women how to rediscover their power so they can start dating from a place of empowerment, confidence, and security. His dating advice and approach to coaching people in relationships is real, raw, and honest. Today he's talking with Tom and sharing 3 things everyone must know and account for if being with your partner for the long-haul is a goal. Between Matthews 15 plus years experience coaching women and Tom's 20 plus years of being successfully married, they are dropping gems you can't afford to miss.SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Matthew Hussey0:47 | 3 Ways to Fix Your Relationship (1:48)15:33 | Secret to Making Each Other Happy28:47 | The Right Relationship Is Hard Work 37:47 | Allow Space for Insecurities 46:57 | Break Your Emotional Patterns53:14 | Do This To Stop Arguing Over B.S. 1:13:51 | Dating Differences for Men and Women1:30:37 | Regret of Having Kids or Relationships?QUOTES:“Continuing to grow is one of the greatest challenges you can present.” [2:22]“Respect your relationship and your partner enough to try, [...] to actually put in the effort with them that you put in with new people” [4:21]“We have to be willing to give someone what they crave and need, not the thing that we really like giving.” [11:01]“One of the greatest values that keeps a relationship going is teamwork, [...] We are a team in making each other as happy as possible. [21:03]“To ignore the regrets or to simply pass them off is to not take the lesson with you.” [29:50]“Our life gets better in direct proportion to the number of difficult conversations we're willing to have.” [30:45]“If it's the right relationship the difference is you come out of that [hard] conversation stronger as a unit, that to me defines the right relationship [32:43]“If you're on the receiving end of the wrong behavior, [...] I think that bringing your best to that moment is the greatest form of closure if the relationship ends.” [38:09]“If you're in a fight, someone has triggered your insecurities.” Tom Bilyeu [58:00]“All of us guys who go out into our lives with this kind of alpha energy, putting on a front and being a certain thing with all of our friends are so stripped bare by those arguments.” [59:22]“With the person you're with, understand that it is as hard for them to shake that thing that you don't like that they do, as it is for you to shake that thing in you that you've spent your whole life trying to stop doing [1:09:42]“You have to have a really difficult conversation with yourself and say, ‘how essential is this to my being?' [...] you have to have a plan B that becomes your plan A.” [1:23:38]“..date to date, fall in love to fall in love, so that they can experience a relationship organically instead of going with this enormous insecurity from the very beginning.” [1:27:20]“There will be a regret either way, but which is the more powerful? It forces really honest questions, and they are questions that most of us want to hide until the last possible minute.” [1:32:57]Follow Matthew Hussey:Website: https://www.howtogettheguy.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/gettheguyteam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thematthewhussey/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachMatthewHussey/
We often ponder, “How different would my life be, if only…?” Peter denied Christ, amassing a load of guilt too deep for words. In this message from Luke 22, we identify four incentives which move us closer to Christ regardless of the guilt we carry. No matter how horrible our mistakes have been, it is possible to be brought from regret to restoration. This month's special offer is available for a donation of any amount. Get yours at rtwoffer.com or call us at 1-888-217-9337.
Do you find yourself sometimes blaming your current unhappiness and dissatisfaction on past choices? While that's a common sentiment, regret can actually have a positive effect on our lives. The trick is to find the gift in our regret, and learn from it as we move forward. Author Dan Pink has collected over 16,000 regrets from real people around the globe, and today he shares the four core regrets we all face, and explains how to transform your regrets into a life you enjoy more. Sponsors and discounts: Pique Teas — use code PGISH for 5% off and free shipping Our Favorite Things—A Resource Guide! Show links: Watch the full clip. Learn more at danpink.com. Read The Power of Regret. As always, I'd love to hear from you! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on IG @pgishparenting, or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
What do you do with regret?Let's be honest, the idea of living without any regrets isn't exactly realistic. Regret can be an opportunity in our lives though. We can use regrets to learn, grow, and evolve in our role in the world.On this week's episode, I get into...The story of one of my current life's regretsWhat I've decided to do with that regret nowAn exploration of bad mental health investmentsResources to check out…Don't forget to sign up to receive your weekly permission slip to do what you gotta do to strengthen your mental health and cultivate the life you want to live. Subscribe to Permission to Thrive now.Learn more about polycystic ovary syndrome For more information on my relationship with C and the breakup, listen to Episode 10Follow Megan on Instagram and Twitter. Catch more Tarot Reflections on TikTok.
Our guest today is Jordan Grumet, host of the award winning Earn & Invest Podcast and Author of Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor's Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life. (Which will be released August 2022) Jordan is a hospice doctor and financial expert who shares his many conversations with people who were approaching the end of their lives, their regrets, bright spots and fears. [2:00] Becoming a hospice doctor. [8:00] The courage to follow your purpose. [11:00] Balancing caregiver responsibilities and building wealth. [16:00] Money as a tool to live a regret-free life. [20:00] Generational differences relating to money and death. [26:00] Building purpose and a financial plan. Connect with Jordan at jordangrumet.com
Guilt, shame, and regret can destroy your life, deplete your confidence, and at the very least they can hinder your progress in transforming your self-image and life. So how do you let it all go? How do you not allow others to make you feel guilty (or even try to transfer their guilt onto you) when you do commit yourself to making the necessary changes in order to have the life you want? Listen in and find out what I have discovered...
We often ponder, “How different would my life be, if only…?” Peter denied Christ, amassing a load of guilt too deep for words. In this message from Luke 22, we identify four incentives which move us closer to Christ regardless of the guilt we carry. No matter how horrible our mistakes have been, it is possible to be brought from regret to restoration. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29
Today's episode is an "Ask Me Anything" chat. I asked instagram to send in questions they would like me to answer and I opened up about all of it! From resentment towards Casey, struggles with intimacy postpartum, regrets I have in life, and so much more, I have an open and honest conversation with all of you. Next week, August 16th, my book will be released on Amazon! It would mean the world to me if you have the hardcopy but choose to purchase the ebook OR share the Amazon link with a friend who you think would enjoy the book. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!Our new podcast giveaway will ONLY be available to my podcast community. If you purchase through my 1st Phorm or Vitality link, make sure to send me an email to email@example.com with your confirmation and the subject "podcast giveaway." I will enter you into a monthly giveaway of $100! My Vitality and 1st Phorm links can be found on my website above or are always linked in the bio of my Instagram.If you would like to learn more about me or get in touch with me on other social media platforms, you can follow me on instagram @carlyanndell or you can visit my website to skim through some blogs, shop my favorites, grab some free shipping on products, and maybe look over a fitness guide or two at carlyanndell.com. As always, thank you for tuning in! Your feedback and reviews are greatly appreciated! Don't hesitate to reach out with any future topic ideas or any questions about already discussed topics. Make it a great day!
Do Narcissists ever regret what they do to you? What they put you through Welcome my channel! If this is your first time seeing my face or hearing my voice, my name is Lee and I am a self aware #narcissist. I have narcissistic personality disorder ( #NPD ) and I've been in therapy for my personality disorder since 2017 and it has definitely changed my life because without it, I would have lost everything. The point of these videos is to help bring awareness from the other side of the narcissistic *buse spectrum. All my videos give perspective on why many narcissists do what they do and the possible different reasons behind them. The victims and survivors get validation and the #Narcissists (those that are willing) get to see that you can get help and that you are not alone. 1 on 1's and all my links - https://beacons.page/mentalhealness You can find me on - Tiktok MentalHealness - https://www.tiktok.com/@mentalhealness?lang=en Insta- Mentalhealnesss - https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealnesss/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealness85 Click the BEACON up top for direct links. Thank you so much and lets HEAL together --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/support
There's too much of competition we all know, and there's unbelievable amount of rejections within the competition. What we forget is that we are not the only ones who are working for our dreams and opportunities. There's nothing called as missed opportunities since you know that you have given your hundred percent for it. We need to also understand that there are some parameters which are never under our control. Regret should be held only when you don't give or work hard at all. #Opportunities #Regrets
What's the catcher supposed to do, Vin Scully, and Reusse's biggest sports writing regret.
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Six strapping young male virgins enroll in a mysterious, exclusive Bible college led by the intimidating Rev. Carmichael. His sect, the “Neurocystic Christianity Church”, preaches that advanced technology will bring the human race closer to God consciousness. His pièce de résistance is an electromagnetic confessional that doesn't just forgive sins — it harvests soul energy for an insidious purpose. It's a very ambitious exposition considering most of the film is just long shots of the boys writhing around in matching white designer underwear. This cinematic vision could only come from the mind of one man — director David DeCoteau, who has 177 directing credits to his name in genres such as gay softcore porn, straight softcore porn, kids' movies, and Lifetime movies. The range! Here to help us try to make sense of the theological backbone of Neurocystic Christianity is none other than Trans Regret Snoopy, a regularly appearing guest of ours who really knows her scripture and usually does not go out of her way to watch smut. Listen to Trans Regret Snoopy Presents the Bible podcast: https://soundcloud.com/trspresentsthebible View our full episode list and subscribe to any of our public feeds: http://boysbiblestudy.com Unlock 2+ bonus episodes per month: http://patreon.com/boysbiblestudy Subscribe to our Twitch for monthly streams: http://twitch.tv/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/boysbiblestudy
They fell in love in college; however, they weren't prepared for some of the challenges that came their way. Her Mom wanted the best for her daughter and that wasn't Nathan. Nathan didn't see hope for them to overcome her family's disapproval. Though that may have been what broke them up, that was only the catalyst. They both had a tough time communicating and were stuck in a lot of people-pleasing patterns. Listen as Nathan and I unpack some of those patterns and discuss ideas and solutions to be more self-aware and how to stand up for himself. To connect with the community, find me at: https://www.facebook.com/cheriunbreakmyheart Visit www.patreon.com/unbreakmyheart to support and invest in the show.
A little over a year ago, in episode 157 of The Brainy Business, I was honored to have Dr. Robert Cialdini join me on the show to talk about the new and expanded version of his book Influence, which has sold many, many millions of copies around the world, and it is so impactful even nearly 40 years after its original publishing date. The new version added 220 (pure gold!) pages and a whole new seventh principle of persuasion – unity – which is of course the focus of today's episode. The six original principles of persuasion include reciprocity, liking, authority, scarcity, social proof, and commitment/consistency. Most of those already have their own episodes of the podcast, which are linked for you in the show notes along with my interview with Bob when he was on the show. So, why unity? As I said, while I've dedicated episodes to several of the initial six principles, including scarcity, social proof, reciprocity, and precommitment…I haven't done them all yet…so why jump to the end with Unity before “completing the set” so to speak? Listen in to find out why and learn more about the amazing principle of unity. Show Notes: [00:07] Today's behavioral economics foundations episode is all about Cialdini's new 7th principle of persuasion: unity. [00:48] In episode 157 of The Brainy Business, I was honored to have Dr. Robert Cialdini join me on the show to talk about the new and expanded version of his book Influence, which has sold multi multi multi million copies and it is so impactful even nearly 40 years after its original publishing date. [03:36] Unity is an underlying principle that runs through all the others. If you have unity, everything else can come easier, so understanding this technique can be impactful in most any approach. (A great reason to jump here first! It also has less info on it when you search since it is new, so I wanted to contribute there, and it has a big feature in my new book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You). [04:54] Melina shares an overview of the first six principles. Reciprocity: when given a gift, even something incredibly small, people feel compelled to give back to the gifter. [05:51] People are more likely to do business with people they like. We are also influenced by people in authority even when they don't have any expertise in the area we may be asking about. [06:28] Because we are a herding species, we are very influenced by social proof. We also are very influenced by items that are scarce. We find them more valuable, our FOMO and loss aversion are triggered. [07:04] People like to be consistent and do what they have said they will do. They also like to do business with people who do what they say they will do. Showing that you have done this is powerful. [08:02] If people aren't buying what you have to sell, whether it is an idea or a physical product or service or anything else, it doesn't necessarily mean the idea is wrong or bad. You can often change the way you are presenting the information and enjoy a different result. [08:35] Unity goes beyond liking or social proof and is in the space of how we are the same. It's not just that I like you, but we are (as they say) cut from the same cloth. When you are part of my tribe, when we are a WE, I become more compelled toward whatever it is you are asking for or offering up. [09:36] We all have a lot of identities that we flow between throughout the day; they don't have to be weighty to create that connection. [10:54] It is pretty easy for people to come up with 20 self-defining things pretty quickly off the top of their head. [12:32] The way we identify with a group can shape the way we see the world around us and the decisions we make. [14:31] A key to unity is finding what is central, core, or defining to both people. [16:25] When you find something that you like about someone else, it creates a connection that makes them, in turn, like you more. [18:03] Ask good questions and know there will be some commonality that will help you to find them more interesting and engaging, and give you something to talk about, and that it is possible they will think of you more fondly as well. [18:22] Know that when you need to ask people for things, your own affinity groups or people who you would say are part of your “I am” group are a great place to start because they are the most likely to say yes to you. [21:11] Bringing one particular aspect of your shared identity to the front of their mind at the right time – making that particular identity you share salient at the right moment – is key for using unity in your life and work communication. [22:17] People are busy and their brains are even busier. Reminding someone of that important detail at the right moment can have a massive impact. [23:32] We form an idea of who we are, what we are about, and the brain is really good at explaining why every action supports the way we see ourselves. [26:30] The main point I want to make is that our busy brains have a lot going on and when you are asking or offering something to someone, the way you present that information matters because the brain will assume that whatever you bring up is being brought up for some reason and it has a lot of weight on the decision the person makes in that moment. [28:46] Unity is an amazing concept that can help you relate better to those around you and have a higher likelihood that things will just flow better and be easier for you. [29:05] Take Melina's Unity Challenge. Do the 20 statement challenge Dominic talked about in the snip from his episode on The Power of Us. Next, pick three people whom you can practice on finding a new opportunity for unity with. Use your freebie worksheet in these notes to help! [31:23] The second challenge you could take on would be to look at the short term, and if there is someone you need to ask for a favor from or to pitch something to. [32:31] Try out one or both of these challenges and share it with Melina on social media. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. 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On today's Throwback Thursday episode, Deshauna Barber shares her inspiring story about what she went through to eventually become the first soldier to win Miss USA. Source: UMUC Commencement Keynote: Capt. Deshauna Barber '15Grab your QOD merch!Hosted by Sean CroxtonFollow me on InstagramListen to my new Mindset Coach podcast! Want ad-free episodes? Visit your App Store and download the Stitcher app. Join Stitcher Premium and listen to QOD commercial-free!
Houses, outdoor heaters, crafting supplies...a recent article in Vox listed pandemic impulse purchases people came to regret. Listeners call in to talk about the pandemic purchases they regret...and those they don't.
Paul and Micheala have collectively coached thousands of people over the past 16 years, helping them to successfully lose weight and keep it off for good. But like you, they're human beings, which means more often than they care to admit, their propensity to make a mistake is just as strong as their propensity to meal prep! In today's episode, Micheala and Paul pull back the curtain to share several of the coaching mistakes they've made over the years. Some can be chalked up to youth and ignorance. Some are rooted in their egos running the show. Some are due to simply being stubborn. And, most, are simply laughable with what they know now as their education continued over the years. Listen in for some laughs, relatability, and a dose of the human experience and Paul and Micheala share some of the biggest mistakes they made in their coaching careers. If you want LIFETIME access to The 5% Community (seriously) and the exact blueprint, resources, coaching, Community, and accountability that thousands have had to undergo a complete inside-out transformation, click here to schedule a call with me to learn more. Episode Key Highlights: Discover how Paul's stance on meal frequency and the urgency of a post-workout meal has changed over the years. Learn how Micheala made things much more complicated by focusing on complexity versus simplicity with her clients. Listen in to how Paul's relationship with Intermittent Fasting changed to the point that he started doing it himself… Discover some of Micheala's biggest learning lessons from coaching both nutrition and fitness clients. Discover how the internet sabotaged one of Paul's clients because Paul got in his own way. Episode Resources: Apply to Join The 5% Community Connect with Paul on Instagram Connect with Micheala on Instagram
Colin O'Brady has chalked up some amazing feats - 10 World Records, Crossed Antarctica Solo & Rowed Drake Passage but it's not these accomplishments that make him special. Colin's gift lies in his story telling. His story could empower you, uplift you and set you on a course to live a life without regret. Today's show sponsor is Hammerhead. https://www.eu.hammerhead.io/ use discount code "roadman" to get a free heart rate monitor Check out Colin's book & socials https://linktr.ee/colinobrady Support this podcast by buying me a beer https://www.patreon.com/anthony_walsh For coaching inquiries https://www.roadmancycling.com Follow my journey on Strava https://www.strava.com/athletes/145186 Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/roadman.cycling Follow us on LinkedIn --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roadman-cycling-podcast/message
Thank you so much for supporting and listening to the last two years of the podcast! It debuted August 5th of 2020 and it has been a passion project of mine that has been so fulfilling and fun. I am so excited to share with you some clips of my favorite episodes from the last two years. The 5-10 minute clips from these 5 episodes could truly be life changing! If they teach you, inspire you and change your perspective I encourage you to go listen to the full episodes of each of them! My first clip I share is from Dr. Nicole Beurkens episode 43 titled "None of this is your fault." It is one of my most reassuring and comforting podcasts. I consider it a gift to my community. If you have kids who are struggling please go listen to this one! Second up is from episode 46 with Dr. Julie Hanks where we talk about worry and regret in parenting and how it is possible not to drown in worry on a regular basis. Third we hear from episode 62 with Dr. Brad Reedy entitled What is a heroic parent? This episode for sure hit a nerve with my audience as it was listened to in big numbers. Dr. Reedy shares that a heroic parent is one who focuses on their own healing so they can be the parent their child needs. I can't have a best of series and not include Dr. Mona Delahooke. Her two episodes are my most listened to of all of my episodes. In episode 55, Mona talks about Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and what is really behind the defiant and sometimes rebellious behaviors. It is eye opening, reassuring and perspective shifting The last clip I share is one with two of my dear friends Aymee and Courtney who are also raising kids with mental illness. This is from episode 26 Raising kids with mental illness. We are real and honest and vulnerable in this episode. We are honest about the challenges but we also share the gifts and blessings of raising these kids.
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Bill and Morgan both missed the Elton John Farewell concert over the weekend, and now they both regret it!! Bill finally went kayaking though, and we have an update on that. As we wait on Deshaun Watson news, you can also vote on what the field is going to look like at Browns stadium! Plus, what happened to Bill that both his wife and neighbor think he's the Bleephole, Hershey is already warning us that they might not have enough candy in time for Halloween, and can you guess your significant other's password in less than 5 tries?!?
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Regret is a normal part of life. It's something that everyone experiences, and there's no shame in it. The thing that makes regret so hard to deal with is that it comes from our mistakes. We make these mistakes not because we want to but because we're humans and people make mistakes.In this episode, I share some strategies to handle regret so that you can grow from them and become a better version of yourself without carrying the burden of anxiety. Learn from the experience, forgive yourself and learn to adapt to shifting winds in your life. Tune in to learn more!Topics we cover and where to find them:[00:00] Intro[02:08] Strategies to handle regret and letting go[02:44] The definition of regret and its effects[04:41] 1# Learn from the experience[06:26] 2# Forgive yourself[08:21] 3# Learning to adapt to shifting winds in your lifeLike this show? Please leave us a review here - All comments and reviews help us break the stigma of mental health so that we can save more lives. Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag @livinorg @samwebb so we can thank you personally.Join us at our FaceBook Group to continue the conversation and to connect with our community to share stories, access mental health tools and strategies, and to learn more about positive mental health because #itaintweaktospeak.Much luv,Sam See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Do you carry the burden of regrets, but want to move forward with joy and be free of negative emotions like discouragement or sorrow? Bonnie talks about two kinds of regret – the action path and the inaction path, so you can learn how to move past them. You'll learn a practical way to let go of carrying fear, so you can make room for what gives you joy. Be empowered with a promise from God that frees you from fear and be more daring in your choices to do new things and pursue your ideas.Scripture: “You go before me and follow me. You place your hand of blessing on my head.” Psalm 139:5Soul Care Tip & Scientific Research: Neuroplasticity and The Power of Small ChangesLINKS & RESOURCES:• Join Bonnie's Summer Book Club for Sweet Like Jasmine, 2022 Christian Book Award Finalist + Free Writer's Publishing Seminar at https://thebonniegray.com/subscribe/• Want Scientific Articles for Today's Show? https://thebonniegray.com/subscribe/• Get Bonnie's FREE Stress Less Devotional! https://thebonniegray.com/subscribe/• Grab a copy of Bonnie's Book: Whispers of Rest: 40 Days of God's Love to Revitalize Your Soul.• Want to connect with Bonnie More? http://www.instagram.com/thebonniegray http://facebook.com/thebonniegrayFOLLOW BONNIE:Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebonniegrayFacebook: https://facebook.com/thebonniegrayHer site: http://www.thebonniegray.com
CoPilot's Waiting List - Where leaders build their own personal board of advisors using The Whole Human Method as a guide to Transforming Personally and Flourishing ProfessionallyNo one person fills our gaps. Gain the shift in Mindset and Perspective to Elevate Mentally, Physically, and ProfessionallyEmail The Show - to work With Phillip 1:1, suggest a guest, and ask about Speaking Engagement and workshops.Connect with Phillip on Linkedin and Instagram“Never be a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future. You will never be the same.”― Robin SharmaWe don't regret or shut the door on the past. Focusing our attention on emotions like Regret is our brain's way of tricking us into believing that we are doing something to solve the problem Where focus goes energy flows so if regret is playing a tape of past events over and over again in our minds then we are programming our Reticular Activating System (RAS) to be on alert for more opportunities to practice the same past behavior in the present day. If we are reliving past events in the present day but imagining that we are doing something different with the hope that this will somehow prevent us from repeating it then we are delusional and living with resentment Hope is not a strategy and resentment is a Mindset Killer. It's responsible for the death of more dreams, joy, relationships, careers, and happiness than any other emotion. What we need is a plan to embrace our past as a teacher or “Architect” for our feature. Taking a regular inventory of our emotions such as fear, regret and resentment is the path to Wholeness
Regret is a funny thing. So often it's better to regret something we HAVE done instead of something we haven't done. However, in the lifestyle, does that still apply? How do we express regret even if it means we're not sorry? We dig in from the beautiful corn fields of Iowa with the amazing CornFed Swingers to have an honest & open conversation about our experiences...and our hearts on this second-to-last episode of Season 4 on Casual Swinger! PS - We've launched our Hedonism II trip for April 2023! Join Casual Swinger on the sunny beaches of Negril, Jamaica for an epic vacation you'll never forget! Casual Toys Cornfed Swingers on Twitter Casual Swinger at Hedonism II Hedonism II WET Travel
How can we embrace regret? What happens if we don't? What's the benefit of a rear-view mirror? And a brief summary of the best Dude Trip ever.Shane Naterman's BioSupport the show
Today, we're talking about feelings. Not just any feeling. BIG FEELINGS. Through Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy's new book Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay, Sophia goes through and shares some of her favorite tips when it comes to navigating despair, perfectionism, comparison, regret, burnout, anger, and uncertainty. We hope you come away feeling validated and comforted by the mention of these feelings, and that there is at least one tip that you appreciated hearing about! Recommended episodes182. Encouragement for a Hard Day178. Let's Get Motivated: 15 Tips173. Your Guide to Making Stress Your FriendHow to support bamboo & glass:
Resources:http://www.drkimdwyer.com/https://www.instagram.com/drkimdwyer/https://www.facebook.com/DrKimDwyer/Dr. Dwyer received an MS in 1995 and Ph.D. in 1999 in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University, and a B.A. in psychology from Fairfield University, and have been licensed as a psychologist in the state of Colorado since 2001. Dwyer's training and work has included experience in inpatient, outpatient, and school settings, prior to launching my own practice in 2009. As a cognitive-behavioral therapist, Dr. Dwyer helps people to understand the connection between thoughts, behavior, and mood. By evaluating the impact of negative thought patterns and/or less desirable behavior choices, Dr. Dwyer's clients are assisted in making changes that result in progress towards their goals. Incorporating techniques of mindfulness and acceptance, patients also learn skills to tolerate uncomfortable emotional states and better regulate emotions, while using values as a compass for actions. Dr. Dwyer has extensive experience in school psychology and learning disability evaluations, and utilize my background of working in a school setting into play when completing learning evaluations, devising classroom accommodations, and working with teachers, students, and parents.Follow Direction Not Perfection: Podcast: https://www.healthaccountabilitycoach.com/podcast-1 Website: https://www.healthaccountabilitycoach.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/houselifestyles #directionnotperfection #rewritetherules #healthaccountabilitycoach
We all desire repentance, forgiveness, and reconciliation. But these concepts are complicated, and seeing them from a Jewish perspective on biblical law can provide a fresh perspective to non-Jews. In this episode, the discussion of repentance and forgiveness continues with Rabbi Shalom Carmy and Dru Johnson. They distinguish between the action of repentance and the intention of repentance and question whether you can really reconcile without both. They also consider group forgiveness, and whether any one member of a group can facilitate reconciliation on behalf of the group. Growing in these practices, and doing them biblically, requires sustained and frequent reflection on their significance. Shalom Carmy is Assistant Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Bible at Yeshiva University. He specializes in biblical interpretation and modern Jewish thought, and writes for several religious and Jewish publications. He previously wrote “And God Saw Their Deeds”: Biblical Repentance in Action (and Less So in Feeling) for The Biblical Mind. Show notes: 0:00 Actions versus words 3:32 Repentance and forgiveness for groups 7:00 Forgiveness in the Holocaust 13:03 Commanding repentance 17:28 Yom Kippur 20:39 Regret, confession, and resolve 26:17 Progressing in repentance 28:08 The inner experience of reconciliation 32:27 What is real forgiveness? Show notes by Micah Long Credits for the music used in TBM podcast can be found at: hebraicthought.org/credits.
In episode 1297, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian, actor, and host of Probably Science, Matt Kirshen to discuss… Just checking in with the psy op that is GO BACK TO YOUR SHITTY JOB..., Do Successful People Suffer From Imposter Syndrome Or Are They Succeeding In a Broken System That They Realize Subconsciously Is Arbitrary And Bad? And more! Do Successful People Suffer From Imposter Syndrome Or Are They Succeeding In a Broken System That They Realize Subconsciously Is Arbitrary And Bad? Twitter Vid: Rishi Attempts to Pull a Pint LISTEN: Paradise by NOT THE TWOSSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.