Black American experiences during Jim Crow were deeply affected by the ever-present threat of lynching and other forms of racist violence. Historian Kidada Williams amplifies perspectives from Black families, telling stories of lynching victims obscured by white newspapers. She and Kellie Carter Jackson urge educators to confront the role of this violence in American history, how major institutions stood idly by, and how Black Americans fought for justice. ** Content Advisory: This episode contains graphic descriptions of racial violence, and we discuss strategies for sharing this difficult content with your students. ** Educators, you can get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit learningforjustice.org/podcastpd. And be sure to visit the enhanced episode transcript for even more resources about using current events to teach about the civil rights movement.
What does it mean to be resilient? How does one overcome tough challenges and yet continue to inspire? On today's podcast, we hear from Aleka Artemis Munroe, who lives with serious physical disabilites. A member of Twelve in Twelve 2021, Aleka discusses her struggles with her body, and shares the tools she uses to get through that include mindfulness, acceptance, creativity, and an incredible sense of humor. She is the creator of Compasspoints: maxims for clearing the chaos in our cages, and is finishing her beautiful book, I Am Water, an allegorical photography and poetry story about life's obstacles and the flow of it all. Take a listen to Aleka and learn how she twists through her many plot twists. Bio: Aleka Artemis Munroe has always needed to express herself with words. At age 10, as her father forced his narcissistic interpretation of reality on his family, she began photographing with her Papou's Brownie camera, recording reality and writing poems expressing her perspective. Aleka's linguistics and foreign languages education etched words into her soul. After careers in banking, training, then teaching, and raising a theatrical and musical family where words were essential tools, her fifties hit hard with the chaos of a failed adoption and multiplying autoimmune illness. Her creative and comedic family and friends, and prayer, pulled her through. Aleka believes God gives us the strength to get through pain, sorrow and suffering, to live, love, laugh, and especially to reach out to others who are struggling to choose between despair and courage, connection and disconnection. Mindfulness training sparked a renewal of using photography and words to envision alternate interpretations of scenes in her limited physical world with her camera lens and lyrical mediations. This developed into Compasspoints: maxims for clearing the chaos in our cages. Aleka is finishing a photographic book entitled “I am Water”, an allegorical tale of being the water that constantly flows on toward the unknown of the ocean, despite the obstacles in its path. Check out @AlekaArtemisAuthorPhotographer on Instagram
Samson Jagoras has been a serial high performer his entire life, dedicating his early years to college football where he overcame a near career ending injury and earned a starting position.He went on to scale an Inc 500 company to 10 figures and as the founder of Growth Vue Properties and the founder of "The Passive Power Group" Samson helps give others access to investments that they though were unattainable and acts as a liaison, educator and curator that gives them supreme confidence in their passive multi-family investments.You can learn more about Samson here:Website: www.thegrowthvue.com
With incredible honesty, Loren Raye lets us in on many facets of her life from working at Elvis Duran and the Morning Show to hosting her own show in Boston to being let go from her show. Loren talks about overcoming being in a dark place and knowing herself well enough to know that being a stay-at-home mom is not what she is meant to do. The two discuss resilience, not equating job loss to diminishing your value, and much more! Connect with Loren: https://www.instagram.com/lorenraye/?hl=en http://lorenraye.com/ Follow Saige: https://www.instagram.com/saigejones/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/saigejonespodcast/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/c/SaigeJones
How do we help our kids learn to love learning? Well, guess what: It has nothing to do with success or achievement ... instead, it has everything to do with tolerating the frustration of the working process. The more we help our kids manage the feelings that come up as they work hard, struggle, and try again, the more they will embrace challenges and bounce back from failures. In this Deep Dive episode, Dr. Becky chats with Susie Allison, the childhood education advocate and mom of three behind @busytoddler, about teaching kids to embrace and even love the learning process. They share as many deep thoughts about child development as practical ideas for engaging your child in fun, enriching play. And most importantly, the two remind all of us that learning is a life-long process: As parents, we need to embrace our own "not knowing yet" stages, too. A preview of the good inside this episode: (5:08-8:04): Defining resilience (8:14-14:39): Modeling resilience to our kids (16:28-25:50): Reframing perfectionism (25:52-28:54): Self-regulation and learning (28:58-38:54): Practicing our own growth mindset (39:03-40:27): Three takeaways Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside/ Subscribe for weekly strategies and scripts:https://goodinside.com/newsletter/ Learn more with Dr. Becky's workshops: https://learning.goodinside.com/ This episode is brought to you by Frida (https://frida.com/). Get 20% off your first order with code “drbecky”
In the second of a two part series with the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Risk Center, we take a deep dive on risk and floods and helping communities find financial resilience as impacts escalate with a warming climate. Returning to the podcast is Dr. Carolyn Kousky of the Wharton Risk Center who gives context to what this two-part series is all about. Then joining me is Joe Rossi, Flood Specialist for Rogers and Gray Insurance; Rob Moore, Director of the Water and Climate Team at NRDC, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and finally Samantha Medlock, Senior Counsel for the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis in the US Congress. We are going to learn about flooding and risk with a special emphasis on the mid-Atlantic region and the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia! Experts Interviewed: · Dr. Carolyn Kousky - https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/carolyn-kousky/ · Joe Rossi – Flood Specialist for Rogers and Gray Insurance · Rob Moore - Director of the Water and Climate Team at NRDC, the Natural Resources Defense Council · Josh Lippert– Floodplain manager for the City of Philadelphia · Samantha Medlock - Senior Counsel for the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis in the US Congress Episode 1 in this series: Increasing Financial Resilience to Worsening Floods in the Era of Climate Change with the Wharton Risk Center – Ep. 1 This episode was sponsored with a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Coastal Zone Management Program. Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Sign up to be a guest on Cimpatico Studios! https://cimpatico.com/dougparsons Facebook and Twitter: @usaadapts https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @WhartonRiskCtr @Wharton @Penn @PhillyH2O @ClimateCrisis @RobMooreNRDC @FloodPolicyWonk @fema Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: Wharton Risk Center: https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/ Some Risk Center/Philly resources: The Coming Storm: How U.S. Cities Are Managing Stormwater from Increasingly Extreme Rainfall Events: https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/The-Coming-Storm.pdf Improving Financial Resilience to Flooding for LMI households - https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Improving-LMI-Household-Flood-Insurance-Options_Issue-Brief.pdf Our flood insurance page: https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/flood-insurance/ A digital dialogue on Improving Disaster Recovery: https://riskcenter.wharton.upenn.edu/digital-dialogues/improvingdisasterrecovery/ America Adapts was published in the Federal Reserve Newsletter! Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Strategies to Address Climate Change Risk in Low- and Moderate-income Communities - Volume 14, Issue 1 https://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/community-development-investment-review/2019/october/strategies-to-address-climate-change-low-moderate-income-communities Podcasts in the Classroom – Discussion guides now available for the latest episode of America Adapts. These guides can be used by educators at all levels. Check them out here! The best climate change podcasts on The Climate Advisor http://theclimateadvisor.com/the-best-climate-change-podcasts/ 7 podcasts to learn more about climate change and how to fight it https://kinder.world/articles/you/7-podcasts-to-learn-more-about-climate-change-and-how-to-fight-it-19813 Directions on how to listen to America Adapts on Amazon Alexa https://youtu.be/949R8CRpUYU America Adapts also has its own app for your listening pleasure! Just visit the App store on Apple or Google Play on Android and search “America Adapts.” Join the climate change adaptation movement by supporting America Adapts! Please consider supporting this podcast by donating through America Adapts fiscal sponsor, the Social Good Fund. All donations are now tax deductible! For more information on this podcast, visit the website at http://www.americaadapts.org and don't forget to subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts. Podcast Music produce by Richard Haitz Productions Write a review on Apple Podcasts ! America Adapts on Facebook! Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group. Check us out, we're also on YouTube! Executive Producer Dr. Jesse Keenan Subscribe to America Adapts on Apple Podcasts Doug can be contacted at americaadapts @ g mail . com
In the pursuit of physical things, we can miss the depth of our lives. We miss a life of deep relationships, spirituality and meaning. The only way we can access that depth is by going deeper from the physical that we have. The only way we do that is when we allow others to be in the center of our lives and focus on giving rather than accumulating. When we have the humility to realize that we're not in the center, we open up possibilities we can't believe. For more content from Charlie, and/or to order Charlie's book Unlocking Greatness, please visit http://www.charlieharary.com This podcast is powered by JewishPodcasts.org. Start your own podcast today and share your content with the world. Click jewishpodcasts.fm/signup to get started.
Part of the process of our growth and spirituality is the unraveling of the self-centeredness. Spirituality means that we're not in control. It means there's more than “ME “in life. There are causes bigger than “me”. The whole essence of spirituality is that it is outside of me. When we can recognize this, the center of our universe shifts and our potential is limitless. For more content from Charlie, and/or to order Charlie's book Unlocking Greatness, please visit http://www.charlieharary.com This podcast is powered by JewishPodcasts.org. Start your own podcast today and share your content with the world. Click jewishpodcasts.fm/signup to get started.
How would you feel if you faced troubling times for 10 days, 10 weeks or 10 months? My next guest didn't have it that easy as she faced a consistent struggle for 10 years. Her business failed, she went through an employer lawsuit, went through a divorse, her father got cancer, her father passed away, and she lost her house. One dark patch after another with no end in sight. As she quotes “Resilience is the audacity to never give up.” She stuck to her vision and kept driving forward. She had to make a few business pivots but she eventually sold her business to a well-known CEO for a sizable amount of cash and has been enjoying the career of her dreams ever since. This episode is a great story of focusing on your goals and never giving up. Please welcome Beate Chelette. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beatechelette/ Website: https://thewomenscode.com/
Sohui Kim is the chef and co-owner of Gage & Tollner, one of the most celebrated restaurants in New York City. It's also one of the most historic restaurants, as it dates back to 1892. The legendary Edna Lewis cooked there in the 1980s and ‘90s, the interior and exterior are landmarked, and many New Yorkers marked important moments there. Sohui, her partners, and her team are breathing new life into the space, earning rave reviews and spots on multiple best-of lists. But this latest incarnation of Gage & Tollner almost didn't happen because of the pandemic. Sohui joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about the resilience and community support it took to re-open the restaurant. Don't miss their chat! Thank you to Kerrygold, makers of milk and cheese from Irish grass-fed cows, and to Sir Kensington's and their new Fry Sauce, which you can order here. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City. Our theme song, All Fired Up, is by the band Tralala.
Can you imagine 2/3 of your body covered in third degree burns? This was the reality for Lise Maguire at the very young age of 4! By tapping into her resilience, Lise was able to recover from her trauma and ultimately help others do the same. She shares her framework, GOALS + M&M, to help you regardless of what you're going through. She shares in detail what it means and how to apply it to your life. Lise also offered a few tips on how to interact with victims who aren't ready to speak about the trauma, our stoic sufferers. As a member of the military community, maybe this is your or someone you know. Learn more from Lise, including her book “Flashback Girl; Lessons on Resilience from a Burn Survivor," at the links below. Connect with Lise Deguire at lisedeguire.comCheck out her Resilience Blog: https://www.lisedeguire.com/blogCheck out Lise's Book: “Flashback Girl; Lessons on Resilience from a Burn Survivor,” on Amazon and Barnes and NobleThis episode is brought to you by Butcher Box!Get $15 off your first box!Love the podcast?Click here to subscribe to Healthy Women Warriors!Rate and Review the show!Join the Healthy Women Warriors Facebook Group!Sign up for my WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a healthy life sustainably!!Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @AshmageecoachFB: @Ashleigh Magee Coaching
As the author of 21 books and a career that has spanned multiple decades, how to you stay curious about the world around you? This is just one of the things we discover on this week's episode, a deep and intimate conversation with author Robert Fulghum, who just happens to be a personal friend of Katy. Katy's also explores Fulghum's uncanny ability to attain resilience in the face of what some would deem to be disaster, why Robert dismisses the "meaningless" idea of personal authenticity, how travel shapes your life (and why he makes sure never to dress like a tourist!) and the simple thing that one elementary school teacher did that still makes him tear up thinking about it. Read Third Wish, the book by Fulghum that changed Katy's life (and which she has talked about numerous times on the show), and download (for free!!) some of Robert's personal favorites of his own books. Find more about Robert Fulghum and his work at his website. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!
In this Week's multi part Episode, Dean speaks with Greenville County Sheriff, Hobart Lewis on how resilience pays off while following your dreams.Visit our website, www.lhln.org to see where Dean is teaching his in person live class next. Sign up or become a host agency!Visit our website, www.lhln.org to buy Dean's Amazon Best seller book "Essential Leadership Lessons From The Thin Blue Line". Buy a stocking stuffer gift Now!Subscribe to our podcast, so you will be notified each week when a new episode is live!
Gary Mercer is the team leader of the Gary Mercer Team in West Chester, PA. Gary and his team are ranked #1 in the state, and they are on pace to do over $250 million in sales for the year 2021. In this episode, Gary reveals how he got to where he is today and how he was able to overcome the ups and downs that every entrepreneur will experience.
In this episode of the Virtual Coffee with Ashish edition, we spoke with Nathan Case ( Linkedin Profile ) is a Senior Director, Security Operations at Resilience. Episode ShowNotes, Links and Transcript on Cloud Security Podcast: www.cloudsecuritypodcast.tv Host Twitter: Ashish Rajan (@hashishrajan) Guest Twitter: Nathan Case ( Linkedin Profile ) Podcast Twitter - Cloud Security Podcast (@CloudSecPod) If you want to watch videos of this LIVE STREAMED episode and past episodes - Check out our YouTube Channel: - Cloud Security Podcast - Cloud Security News - Cloud Security Academy
Which kind of wisdom will people need to master to overcome major negative societal and/or psychological changes after the pandemic? In the last episode of the World After Covid miniseries, Igor and Charles share and discuss responses from 57 of the world's leading behavioral and social scientists, collected as part of the World After Covid (https://worldaftercovid.info/) project. Four final responses are selected, covering themes of big picture focus on what's important, shared humanity, long-term orientation, and political structural change in the midst of the pandemic. Igor reflects on how the immediate context can dramatically influence even experts' forecasts, and Charles is forced to question his cherished belief that people are ultimately good. Featuring: Barry Schwartz (https://www.swarthmore.edu/profile/barry-schwartz), Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Swarthmore College and a visiting Professor at the Haas School of Business at Berkeley Nicholas Christakis (https://sociology.yale.edu/people/nicholas-christakis), Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale University Anand Menon (https://www.linkedin.com/in/anand-menon-6a820a7/?originalSubdomain=uk), Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London Michael Bond (https://mm.polyu.edu.hk/people/academic-staff/prof-michael-harris-bond/), Cross-cultural social psychologist with focus on locating Chinese interpersonal processes in a multi-cultural space
Usually our podcasts aren't that topical, you can hopefully listen to them at any time and they are still relevant. Today's is not like that. It is being released just 6 days before the beginning of COP26, the vitally important climate summit happening in Glasgow. The world's governments will be coming together for 2 weeks to, hopefully, reach some kind of binding agreement that might give the world at least a fighting chance of preventing runaway climate change. There's one problem though. On a planet where over half the population is female, the leadership team put together by the UK government, who are hosting these talks, is almost exclusively male. Yes, you heard that right. And yet, climate change is an issue that impacts women more than men. It disproportionately impacts their livelihoods, the levels of violence they face, their educational opportunities and much more. Yet we know that involving the diversity of a population in making big decisions that affect them can lead to far greater public support, not to mention better ideas. Research also shows that women understand climate change better than men, are more open to change and to big ideas, and bring a more compassionate approach to decisionmaking. I'm joined to explore this by the fabulous Nameerah Hameed and by Bianca Pitt, both of, among other things, #SheChangesClimate. Enjoy!
Nobody was trained to deal with the pandemic, it hit us all so hard in every way possible. When I met Brother Bo in El Nido, I was going through some of the worst days of my life, I didn't know what was happening to my life and where I wanted to go. Talking to him gave me clarity and made me realize how far I've come and why I should keep going. We have all been through so much, but this time, you are not alone and we are all together in this. The pandemic didn't choose, color, race nor social status — which gives a clear message that in the end, we're all the same, no matter who we are, and where we are from. So keep going and have faith in your present. Angely's Instagram Life in Progress Instagram Angely's Facebook DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia, the hosts of the program, or other programs of the network. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to navigate and sustain a 42-year independent creative career? Michael e. Stern is here to share a story about desire, goal-setting, perseverance, and resilience as he moves from being behind the camera to leading a team. In this conversation, he talks about who taught him what a producer does, his approach to communication and leadership, how he trusts his instincts and team, and how he meets people. I always learn from Michael, and this conversation is rich with wisdom and insight.
If you are struggling right now-you have to listen to this episode. 7 experts in resilience share their strategies for dealing with life's mess. This month has been challenging to say the least. Coach Jules digs into the archives of life-changing conversations where the lessons taught are exponential. Listen, follow and get Obsessed with these 7 experts: Dr. Laura Berman Heidi Dunstan Dr. Nima Rahmany Dr. Sherrie Campbell Kelly Gunther Dr. JC Doornick (Dragon) And, Julie Riga Reach out with your comments or questions. We will be reading your questions live on an upcoming episode. DM us on Instagram @crown_compassgirls AND-don't forget to check out what is new with your girls on the #obsessedpodcast. https://linktr.ee/crownandcompassgirls
Life is hard, no doubt. Life is never predictable, no matter how much we try to control our lives. When you feel beaten down, when you have gotten to the point to where you are about to give up hope, pick yourself up and keep going, no matter what...
In this episode, Dr. Galli delivers episode 2 of his series related to what we can learn from the mental skills of Greek Gods. The focus of this episode is Atalanta, the heroine who was abandoned by her father because he wanted a boy. Learn how mentally tough Atalanta is and how you can learn from her strengths.
Episode 80: Personal Resilience Vanessa's guest is Marie Hale, cofounder and visionary at @revenue, the innovative Chicago sales and marketing agency. The topic is personal resilience. Vanessa defines personal resilience as the “ability to absorb an impact or disruption and be able to bounce back.” Marie has thought a lot about personal resilience over the past few years. She had no choice after the passing of two people close to her—first her life partner and mentor, then a close friend and colleague—and the onset of skin cancer affecting her face. In confronting these losses, says Marie, “I had to learn to pick myself up and put my lipstick on and keep walking.” In addition: • Marie discusses how to develop personal resilience and its benefits in connecting with others and thriving in business. • Marie explains how vulnerability and authenticity have become two of the strongest tools in her skillset. • Marie gives her answer to the question, “When you walk through an experience of having your entire chosen family eliminated and you still have to lead, what do you have to fall back on?” Finally, Vanessa gets Marie to connect the dots between sales and resilience. Marie explains why CRM is her love language and encourages listeners not to do business with jerk-faces. Please take part in our podcast listener survey at: https://forms.gle/XDuYPcFjXaydkEXV6 [LINKS MENTIONED] Disaster Recovery Journal: Register for DRJ's weekly (Wednesday) webinar series at https://drj.com/webinars/up-coming/ Register for DRJ Spring 2022: Resiliency Transformed at http://www.drj.com/spring2022 Connect with the podcast! • Email us at email@example.com • Podcast Website: https://drj.com/decoded/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/BRDecoded • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/business-resilience-decoded/ Marie Hale, guest Marie Hale is the co-founder and visionary at @revenue, a leading Chicago sales and marketing agency. She has spent more than 20 years revolutionizing small business marketing and sales in the Chicagoland area. She was formerly the owner of marketing agency Lipstic Logic. A graduate of Jim Rosas' Sales Results, Inc., program with a Black Belt in Sales, she speaks all over the country on sales and marketing topics as well as her own story of resilience. • @revenue: https://www.atrevenue.com/ • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marie-hale • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariehaleinspired/ • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atrevenue/?hl=en • Twitter: https://twitter.com/realmariehale?lang=en • Red Lipstick and Resilience on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cztOT4F-gtE • fwdrEvolution: https://www.fwdrevolution.com/author/marieh/ Vanessa Mathews, host Vanessa Mathews is the founder and chief resilience officer of Asfalis Advisors, where they are focused on protecting the legacy of the leaders they serve through business resilience. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Mathews developed global crisis management and business continuity programs for government and private sector organizations to include Lowe's Companies, Gulfstream Aerospace, and the Department of Homeland Security. • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessa-vaughn-mathews-mba-cbcp-70916b4b/ • Book Mathews as a speaker: https://www.asfalisadvisors.com/public-speaking/ • Asfalis Advisors: https://www.asfalisadvisors.com/ Jon Seals, producer Jon Seals is the editor in chief at Disaster Recovery Journal, the leading magazine/event in business continuity. Seals is an award-winning journalist with a background in publication design, business media, content management, sports journalism, social media, and podcasting. • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonseals/ • Disaster Recovery Journal: https://drj.com/
Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center reveals the many risks that come with extreme heat. She also provides multiple solutions, including innovative ways to use insurance to change the way we build and respond to extreme weather. Kathy Baughman McLeod leads the Center's work to reach one billion people worldwide with climate resilience solutions by 2030. She also chairs the Extreme Heat Resilience Alliance which partners with climate-forward Mayors around the world to appoint Chief Heat Officers. Additionally, Kathy is spearheading the global push to name and categorize heat waves. She was formerly Global Executive for Environmental and Social Risk at Bank of America, Managing Director for Climate Risk & Resilience at The Nature Conservancy, and a Florida Climate Commissioner. She is the recipient of the Duke University Fuqua School of Business 2021 “Leader of Consequence” award. www.atlanticcouncil.org/ The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Marissa Slaven. In 2019 we featured her in Episode 33 to talk about her young adult climate themed novel, Code Blue. Now Marissa is back with the squeal, Code Red. She was inspired by her daughter to write this series of eco-fiction thriller, where a teenage girl and her friends battle climate change. I sat down with her to talk about the new book and to hear her read an excerpt. To learn more about Marissa and her books, visit Stormbird Press. https://stormbirdpress.com You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news story this month comes from Flannery Winchester, communications director at Citizens Climate Lobby. Because of the many efforts by CCL volunteers, the needle is moving towards carbon fee and dividend as one of the ways to address climate change. She talks about the budget reconciliation process and volunteer lobbying and how politicians and the press are responding. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.
Before he is known as @TheBrokeAgent on every social media platform, he is first a licensed real estate agent. Eric Simon, being a newly licensed real estate agent in Los Angeles, had no idea what to do. He cold-called, door knocked and sat dead open houses twice a week to no success. So, he did what he always did when he fails at something: he made fun of it. Eric escaped to social media as @TheBrokeAgent where he began posting the inner monologue of an anonymous, struggling real estate agent. This inner monologue, being relatable, has since blown up and grown quickly as the voice stood out amongst an oversaturated marketplace of luxury agents, sales gurus, and assholes.After six years of memes, Gifs, skits, comics, blogs, and now a podcast, the Broke Agent brand has evolved into a media company with well over half a million followers across all major platforms. His goal is to make real estate agents laugh through the daily stress of the industry and also help improve their business through the community and content platform. Today, Eric continues to sell real estate on the Westside of Los Angeles and run the daily operations of The Broke Agent. His focus is on growing the brand and continuing to be the go-to source for real estate entertainment, podcasting, marketing, and eventually news.Listen to how Eric Simon turned his life upside down from being a clueless Real Estate agent to becoming a social media king through resilience triumph and most importantly, humor on this latest episode of the UnderDog show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog/id1534385651Connect and find out more about Eric:Website: https://thebrokeagent.com/Podcast: https://overaskpodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrokeagent/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thebrokeagent?YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnIX8Sa_qObx2GFZhZ0maOA?Catch more of The UnderDog Show's episodes on:Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog/id1534385651Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6FbSDu0aNtuxAEiderUAfBWebsite: https://theunderdogshow.com/
This episode is one of my favourites so far. This week we are exploring the black imagination, with two amazing guests. A little more about your guests: Natasha Marin is an antiracism consultant based in Seattle, specializing in communications, community building, and digital engagement. She is the curator of Black Imagination: Black Voices on Black Futures and a conceptual artist whose people-centered projects have circled the globe since 2012 and have been recognized and widely acknowledged. BLACK IMAGINATION—a series of conceptual exhibitions—amplifying, centering, and holding sacred a diverse sample of voices including LGBTQIA+ black youth, incarcerated black women, black folks with disabilities, unsheltered black folks, and black children was her bravest work thus far. Her viral web-based project, Reparations, engaged a quarter of a million people worldwide in the practice of “leveraging privilege,” and earned Marin, a mother of two, death threats by the dozens. Natalie Creary is the Programme Delivery Director for Black Thrive Lambeth. The cross-sector partnership works to dismantle the structural barriers that create and sustain mental health inequalities for Black African and African-Caribbean communities in Lambeth. She has a long-standing interest in approaches that tackle the root causes of inequality and push conventional boundaries. Her interest lies in working with communities and grassroots organisations to decolonise knowledge and to create opportunities for communities to have ownership of their stories and the solutions they deliver to address the social challenges they may face. Her work and research explore how race, age, class, gender and sexuality intersect to shape the health and wellbeing experiences of Black and mixed race communities. She has also completed postgraduate studies in Health Psychology and lectures on health inequality, quality improvement methodologies and health promotion for Middlesex University's MSc Public Health. She is also on the editorial board of the Lancet Psychiatry.
The power of the pivot series is all about grit, resiliency and persistence. And for that, I am bringing on some special guests to inspire you in this series. In today's episode, learn the 5 hacks to power up your resilience and thrive when you are facing big challenges in your life and uncover tips on how to pivot with our guests Dr. Matthew Michaels and Sheri St. Marie. Don't miss this!
In this episode, I talk to George Bonanno about trauma and resiliency. We start off by discussing what people get wrong about trauma and how this led to the invention of the PTSD diagnosis. George defines what resilience is, how it's different from growth, and its paradoxical correlation to individual differences. Finally, he elaborates on how the flexibility mindset and sequence help us get through personal traumatic events or global tragedies like 9/11 or the COVID-19 pandemic. Bio Dr. George Bonanno is a professor of psychology, chair of the department of counseling in clinical psychology, and director of the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab at Teachers College Columbia University. He's the author of The Other Side of Sadness and The End of Trauma. Website: www.tc.columbia.edu/LTElab/ Twitter: @giorgiobee Topics 00:01:41 Jerome L. Singer's influence on George 00:05:42 Society's skewed view of trauma 00:08:15 Explaining the PTSD diagnosis 00:10:38 People are more resilient than you think 00:14:23 Resilience VS growth 00:19:50 The resilience paradox 00:24:44 The flexibility mindset 00:29:58 The flexibility sequence 00:34:50 How to be more flexible 00:38:11 Goal-directed self-talk 00:47:50 The resilience blind spot 00:50:06 What 9/11 teaches us about resilience 00:53:10 We'll overcome the COVID-19 pandemic
This week on the IronWomen Podcast Haley and Alyssa are chatting with professional triathlete Fiona Moriarty. Fiona made her Ironman pro debut at Ironman Florida in 2020 finishing in 5th place among a stacked field. She has her sights on the IMFL start line again this year and talks to us about her training leading up to the event. She also gives a few insider tips for folks signed up for the race in 2021. Fiona's Irish roots provided her with a unique sporting background growing up. She tells us how her busy schedule as a kid, along with her ability to stay calm and problem solve in any situation has helped her thrive as a professional triathlete. Follow Fiona on Instagram @fionamoriartytri and purchase her e-cookbook Fiona Bakes from the link in her bio. **Support the Podcast** Sign up for the Feisty Triathlon Team at feistyteam.com Orca Sportswear: Code - IRONWOMEN15 = 15% off Zealios Skincare: Code - ironwomen = 15% off InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/ironwomen Nuun Hydration: code StayFeisty for 30% off at nuunlife.com
Let's talk about feeling social anxiety. Grace shares a memory of feeling nervous before an event, and Dr. Lockhart and Nakita discuss how we can check in with our anxiety.You can find out more about Dr. Lockhart and her practice online at anewdaysa.com and on Instagram at @dr.annlouise.lockhart. You can find Nakita's book, A Kids Book About Emotions and other kids' books about important topics at akidsco.com If there's an emotion you want to share for us to explore, send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out other podcasts made for kids just like you by visiting akidsco.com.
"We can reframe our life stories not by the things we expect to happen, but by what we learn from the things that do happen.” -Christine Whitmarsh Article referenced today: https://smarthustle.com/your-2020-story-of-resilience/#.YWzaMRrMJPY Join the author conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/inkauthors/ Learn more about YDWH and catch up on old episodes: www.yourdailywritinghabit.com
Welcome back to another episode here with Spiritual Fitness! We appreciate you tuning back in, checking in with us, joining our TRYBE, and continually doing the self work it takes to inspire the rest of the world, we are truly grateful for you So, the past few episodes we have been about bringing self-awareness to our own suffering, from our own choice, from our past, from our outer world, etc., but in this episode… Now we will move through suffering and start to embody the GROWTH and RESILIENCE we acquire when we go through hardships in our life. The title and topics of this episode are about an inner perspective called POST TRAUMATIC GROWTH!. Most people have never even heard of this concept because it is always foreshadowed and hidden from the concept of PTST (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Why are we not educated about GROWTH instead of downfall? Why are we not made aware of how strong and resilient we are rather than always be told about how broken and weak we are? We are going to discuss this topic focusing on THE POSITIVE in which we all go through when we face hardships, trauma, suffering, and many other tough areas of our life. Join us as we share some amazing examples, studies, and ways for you to look at your own ability to shift your perspectives and RAISE YOUR SPIRITUAL FITNESS in the face of tough times. Topics we discuss in this Episode: The process of forging strength through a break down within Studies from Prisoners of War that were held captive The mindset in seeing the light or the “Silver Lining” Shifting perspective in the confrontation of hardship Can trauma actually be a gift for personal evolution and growth? Choose to see the idea of PTG rather than focus on PTSD We are always here to listen, take in feedback and invite your support in the TRYBE. Please continue to join us and provide your insight on how we can all become greater being within the collective. We love to work together to motivate and inspire each other in this journey we call LIFE! So, if you have an idea for an episode and you would like to join the podcast, reach out and lets manifest that into reality! Find more about Spiritual Fitness social channels and come join our community: https://linktr.ee/Spiritualfitness.itc Well-Come to your new home! Instagram @SpiritualFitness.itc Facebook @InspireTheCollective Come deepen your own journey and join us as we encourage you on navigating your path, www.inspirethecollective.com We appreciate each and every one of you for tuning in and providing feedback as we are all here to support and encourage each other on this journey for inner spiritual fitness!
Are resilience and courage born? Or can they be trained? While Alison Arnoff has always been a trailblazer, after a near-death experience, she paved her own path, defying doctors' beliefs when she decided to walk again. @crownyourselfnow In this episode, you will learn… What has changed after your near death experience? (4:45) How do you cultivate the belief that you can figure anything out? (12:00) Why do high performers need a coach? (13:30) What beliefs did you need to recreate after your near death experience? (19:00) What were some perspective shifts that the sense of adventure has given you? (21:45) How have you been raised that you've been shaped with audacious courage? (23:00) Why do you need to ask yourself what's possible? (26:15) How can you navigate from inherited beliefs coming from someone of authority? (28:30) What are some microgoals that you've set towards your recovery? (32:30) Why do you need to bet on yourself? (40:00) How does having conversations with people help you build a business? (47:30) Learn more about Alison here: WEBSITE: https://www.dare2becoaching.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/alison.arnoff Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/idare2be/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thealisonarnoff/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-arnoff/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Dare2BeCoaching If you'd like to see how to profit from podcasting, then get your booty up on the FREE Masterclass I'm teaching on October 27 @ 5PM PST. >>> REGISTER NOW HERE. Thank you so much for tuning in! Please leave a review on iTunes here so we can keep the magic coming your way. Looking to improve your health + train your breath with Pilates? Become a Mindful Monarch and get monthly Pilates lessons and a coach + community to support your mind-body and body-mind connection: https://crownyourself.com/mindful-monarchs-membership Join the Communication Queens here: https://crownyourselfcoaching.com/communication-queens-waitlist And, one of the best ways to reprogram your subconscious mind is through hypnosis. Download my FREE 5-minute “You Are Worthy” hypnosis. GET YOUR FREE GIFT! For a 90-Minute 1:1 Consult https://crownyourself.com/private-coaching Rule Your Body Book https://crownyourself.securechkout.com/rule-your-body-book For more biz inspo + mindset tools, follow us on Instagram: @crownyourselfnow Follow my own mompreneur journey to #CrownYourself on Instagram: @kimberly.spencer Join the Facebook Group: "Crown Yourself Coaching" For more mindset, motivation, actionable strategies, and business-building tips, check out: crownyourself.com
On today's episode, we are talking about Brain Architecture and Toxic Stress. This is Part 1, in our three-part series on Trauma, Toxic Stress, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACESs), Resilience and Trauma-informed Care Practices and Principles. Please take care of YOU as you listen and be sure to check out all the resources referenced during this episode below. RESOURCES:Dr. Bruce Perry: https://www.bdperry.com/Perry, B. D., & Winfrey, O. (2021). What happened to you?: Conversations on trauma, resilience, and healing. Flatiron Books.Key Concepts - Toxic Stress: https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/toxic-stress-derails-healthy-development/ InBrief: The Impact of Early Adversity on Children's Development: https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/inbrief-the-impact-of-early-adversity-on-childrens-development/ Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO. Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0. To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – email@example.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodMusic credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Susie Miller, Susie equips high performers to have less stress, grow in their leadership & communication skills, and harness the power of relationships to create greater success!
When we think about energy infrastructure, we tend to think in extremes: either gigantic utility scale installations that cover hundreds of acres or micro installations that cover a single garage roof. But there's another option, an in-between option called community solar. It's gaining momentum across the nation because in addition to potential to bring significant amounts of electricity to the grid, community solar can also keep profits in the local community and give access to renewable energy to people whose properties don't currently enable it—people with shady lots, people who live in condos, people who rent, etc. The benefits of community solar are what convinced Michigan State Representative Rachel Hood to introduce legislation that would open up opportunity to speed and expand the development of community solar in Michigan. We invite her on Speaking of Resilience to share the details and help us fully understand what community solar means for people of the Mitten. Speaking of Resilience is created by the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities and the Michigan Climate Action Network. This episode was produced by Taylor Cramer of Cold Shower Media in collaboration with Nick Loud of the Boardman Review, and hosted by Kate Madigan.
Systems change when people change. And people change through stories. Dr. Bruce Perry candidly offers compelling insights on the power and science of storytelling. This episode demonstrates how some of the most important things we can do to improve family well-being and change systems starts with listening. Show Notes: 01:45 | Matt shares his origin story as a caseworker and shares what happened when he stepped back from his social worker checklist and listened to someone's story. 07:00 | What are the origins of the book title “What Happened to You?” as it relates to Dr. Bruce Perry's work? 09:10 | How can we alter the trajectory of the current child welfare system? 10:12 | What happens when practitioners ask families “What happened to you,” versus “What's wrong with you?" Dr. Bruce Perry references how this question shift derived from Dr. Sandra Bloom's work on The Sanctuary Model.12:15 | Matt shares, “I think that if we're worried about kids who are coming into CPS and we're worried about their safety (which we are), then we have to be worried about their parents, their families, and their communities, too.”13:00 | Dr. Bruce Perry on his decision to use storytelling in his work.14:10 | Dr. Bruce Perry shares his insights on the impact of storytelling on a listener. 17:48 | Matt shares an audio clip from Episode 2 “LOOKING FOR THAT WARM HUG ALL MY LIFE” with Shrounda Selivanoff. 19:50 | Dr. Bruce Perry recalls his book with Oprah where she describes her experience of being seen and preludes stories from a documentary he's working on. 21:20 | How can people create powerful connections and open brave spaces for deep understanding? 22:45 | Dr. Bruce Perry asks, “how do we make it easier for our front-line people to be the providers of [full, present] moments.” 25:50 | Assessing and working towards relational wealth versus relational poverty. 26:45 | What is “traumatic wisdom” and where does it come from? 30:12 | Dr. Bruce Perry offers advice to organizations and systems on chasing change. 32:10 | Matt shares final thoughts. Resources: Documentary Film “From Place to Place” | Institute for Family EP 66: Social Workers in Film | NASW Social Work Talks Podcast Dr. Bruce Perry's website Book: What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing | Authors: Oprah Winfrey and Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Bruce Perry on 60 Minutes: Treating childhood trauma | CBS News Resources | The National Child Traumatic Stress NetworkConnect with us and support us by...Rating and reviewing the showSupporting our show through PaypalVisiting our podcast website for more contentFollowing Institute for Family on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter
On today's show, we interview David Knollman from Amazon who shares with us his distilled wisdom on constantly challenging yourself, and overcoming your obstacles. As a student at the University of Cincinnati, when David first came across Young Entrepreneurs Across America, he was hugely sceptical. And admittedly, he thought that the internship was “too good to be true”. Talking to his peers convinced David to sign up on the dotted line. When David started his internship, he knew what he was walking into. That it was going to be an intensely difficult program that would challenge him time and time again. His first year as a Student Painter was a huge learning experience for David. In spite of that, he ended up earning $7,000 in profit. When he came back in his second year, David had a chip on his shoulder – and he was determined not to make the same mistakes again. In his second year, David ended up earning nearly 3x profits on sales of $110,000. David's Young Entrepreneurs Across America experience proved to be a foundational one as it helped him navigate the highs and lows at Amazon. In this segment of the show, David gives us a peek into his 5+ years of work life at Amazon. You will learn about winning, failing, and mustering the resilience to get up, and win yet again. Do not miss this one. What You Will Learn In This Show What should you do when you run into a wall? Cheap fun vs. expensive fun – building stories that you can tell all lifelong Surviving the topsy-turvy work-life at Amazon And so much more… Resources: YEAA Website Facebook LinkedIn Instagram
We know many people experienced grief as a result of Covid-19, especially healthcare leaders and frontline staff in the healthcare field. Although grief is unique to each person, and no one can be compared to one another, there are patterns that significantly impact one's mind, body, and spirit.In this episode, nurse executive Lori Wightman shares her personal experience with grief and how she handled it. In addition, she shares some strategies she identified to improve how grief is managed in the workplace.We discuss her recent article “The Next Chapter: A Leader's Lessons Learned Through Grief,” and Lori shares how she is helping healthcare leaders and organizations handle grief and establish better support systems for employees.At the close of the interview, Lori answered a couple of personal questions from our new process called the Missing Questions.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you.Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
Students take in facts with their heads, but they learn with their hearts. José Antonio Bowen is an author and former dean at Miami University and Southern Methodist University, and former president of Goucher College. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why he believes education doesn't do enough to foster independent thinking and why he'd rewrite the 3 R's to relationships, resilience, and reflection. His book is called “Teaching Change: How to Develop Independent Thinkers Using Relationships, Resilience, and Reflection.”
HIGHLIGHTS04:26 Creating a career from a careen overnight 06:48 Life is a great adventure with no guarantees10:06 Fritz's career shift pushed his boundaries to their limit14:56 Building mental toughness and letting go of worries16:38 Resilience: Living by God's design and faith as an outside strength20:41 A life of purpose: Become the best me I can be23:57 Heed the call to be an entrepreneur/artist but know the struggles too30:44 You are your business: Follow the golden rule for success36:11 Becoming Mal in Firefly: Reliable and stable amidst worries38:49 Connect with FritzQUOTES10:20 "When I worked in corporate, where I wasn't tested, I wasn't pushed to the end of myself, I wasn't figuring out what my own limitations and what my own boundaries were, and then to be thrust into something where, well, now I have to depend on something outside myself... I have to still keep making forward progress."16:44 "There's plenty of resilience, but it's there because life has almost been orchestrated in a way where the challenges are not too difficult that I got to tap out, but they're not so easy that it's like pfft, it's a piece of cake."25:59 "You're either hunting or you're farming, but you can't really do both unless you're diversifying your time. So that's the situation I was in. Now looking back, it's like yeah, it took four months to get through that. But at the time, oh my goodness, how long is this going to last?"27:22 "It's okay to just run in there and take a leap because... your body is built to handle a lot more risk than what you think you're capable of taking on. And things are never as dicey as what it looks like. That's just your brain trying to protect you because change is scary."30:58 "I think the golden rule plays a big part. Just don't do to other people what you wouldn't want to have done to you. Serve them to the best of your ability."34:40 "Try to put yourself in the shoes of someone who is afraid to make change. And how would you want to be approached? And how would you feel better about the situation? Like, what is it that someone could do to assuage your fears?"To find out more about Michael Fritzius, please see the links below.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/fritzopsWebsite - https://archdevops.com/Email - Fritz@archdevops.comTo hear more of Scott Mason and the Purpose Highway™ podcast, join our community at https://purposehighway.com/ and subscribe to get notified when new episodes go live.
Want to succeed in a competitive field like real estate? You can't give in, and you can't give up. You need resilience. In this GoBundance special, James Webb shares how a poor boy from Mississippi became a titan of business. Tune in and hear how James overcame some of life's biggest challenges by never throwing in the towel. Apply these same lessons to your real estate business and see how powerful―and profound―something as simple as “redneck resilience” really is. Visit hibandigital.com/toolbox Claim Real Estate Discounts, Free Trials, and More Visit hibandigital.com/resources Sponsors Rebus University - Get Over $10,000 in Real Estate Training for as Little as $97 Visit futureofrealestatetraining.com PadHawk - Find Your Market's Best Leads for FREE with a 7-Day Trial Visit padhawk.com Roddy's FLS - Discover Unbeatable Real Estate Deals with a FREE Foreclosure List Visit 4closure.info Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The most important relationship is the one you have with the voice in your own head. Anjuli Sherin is here to teach us how to cultivate joyous resilience by nurturing our relationship with ourselves. Connect with Anjuli: Website: www.anjulisherinmft.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/AnjuliSherinMFT/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnjuliSherinMFT/
Powerful Strategies to Heal | This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and Cozy Earth.Over the last seventy-five years, an array of serious, seemingly unrelated chronic illnesses—cardiovascular disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, autoimmune disorders, cancer, and brain disorders—have all been steadily rising, some at astonishing rates. While we're living dramatically longer lives, many of us are suffering throughout them, creating a public health crisis of historic scale.A key principle of Functional Medicine is looking at the gut and how it impacts the entire body. All of the diseases mentioned above have a component of gut dysfunction, especially intestinal permeability, which is also known as leaky gut syndrome. When the digestive tract is inflamed and food particles are able to make their way into the bloodstream, the body goes into fight mode. This goes far beyond a stomach ache, as symptoms can occur throughout the whole body.In today's mini-episode, Dhru dives deep into the topic of gut health with Dr. Mary Pardee and Dr. Emeran Mayer. Dr. Mary Pardee is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and a Certified Functional Medicine Doctor who specializes in integrative gastroenterology and hormone balancing in Los Angeles, California. She is the founder of modrn med, a telemedicine and virtual wellness company that provides medical and health services to clients from the comfort of their homes. Dr. Emeran Mayer is the author of The Gut-Immune Connection and The Mind-Gut Connection. He has studied brain-body interactions for the last forty years and is the executive director of the G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience, and the founding director of the UCLA Brain Gut Microbiome Center at the University of California at Los Angeles.For more on Dhru Purohit, follow him on Instagram @dhrupurohit, on YouTube @dhrupurohit, or text Dhru at (302) 200-5643.This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and Cozy Earth.InsideTracker looks at everything from metabolic and inflammatory markers to nutrients and hormones. It even tests your cortisol levels to help you better manage stress and you have the option to see how your inner age compares to your chronological age. Traditional lab tests can be hard to read on your own, but InsideTracker makes their results easy to understand and provides tips on how to use food first for optimal nutrition. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 25% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU. I recently started using bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth, and they're a game-changer. For one, these sheets help regulate temperature. One of the biggest tips all of the top sleep experts will give you is to make sure your sleep environment is cool. Studies actually show that sleeping in cooler temperatures leads to deeper and more restorative sleep. They are also the most comfortable sheets I've ever used. Right now, Cozy Earth is offering my audience 40% off. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use the discount code DHRUPODCAST. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How can we instill our clients with confidence in their potential to learn and grow? In this second edition of our special four-part First 5 Minutes series, Elena will walk you through how to do just that with one question that opens up your next coaching conversation. In addition to providing you with a new question each week, Elena also walks through how to introduce this new type of question, models what that might look like, pulls back the curtain on why this question works and shares some wisdom on how to artfully put this into action. This episode is for you if: Your coachees are drained and/or overwhelmed and working from limited resilience reserves You'd like to learn a new way to open your coaching conversations You like concrete coaching tools! Opportunities for continued learning: The Art of Coaching (Book)The Art of Coaching 101 (Workshop)The Art of Coaching Emotions (Online course) Visit https://brightmorningteam.com/podcasts/ for links to everything we mention on the show. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, InstagramReceive weekly wisdom and tools from Elena delivered to your inbox! Sign up at https://subscriber.brightmorningteam.com/resources Support us