Things won't always go our way. We know this. Yet, equanimity may not come naturally as we experience adversity. Resilience isn't necessarily something we are all born with, though it is certainly something we can learn. Kabbalah teaches that the goal is not to be unbothered by difficulties but to work towards a peaceful acceptance of hardship, even as we strive to create significant change in our lives. Join us as Monica and Michael discuss how we can foster resilience in ourselves so we may push through to the other side of each challenge we encounter and emerge stronger than we started.“We are aiming to find that perfect balance of equanimity—being able to take the strong winds of life and bend with them, while at the same time, not being too rigid. The goal is to flow with life.” – Michael Berg
One of my favorite people in the world is Brock Bevell. He and I could take for hours, but we kept it to 40 minutes of great content for you. Brock Bevell is a well-regarded family man with 7 children, six daughters and one son. He is a retired Police Officer who was run over on duty and ultimately retired from the injuries. The injuries caused him to endure numerous knee surgeries and constant rehabilitation. To deal with the pain, he was prescribed opioids. After months and months of therapy, the department and doctors made the determination that his injuries would prevent him from doing the job effectively and could place others at risk. It was decided that he would be medically retired from the department. For the next few years, Brock struggled with being retired. The day after turning in his equipment, he felt ostracized and not a part of the brotherhood. This was a huge blow to his ego. One day you're chasing bad guys and the next you're picking up your kid's toys. It was a difficult transition. It was at this time that Brock's addiction took control of his emotions and he began to spin out of control, and he proceeded to self-medicate himself. During the height of his addiction, he went through a very difficult divorce. He lost time with his children and made poor decisions costing him his children's trust. Since recovering from his addiction, Brock has helped hundreds of men and women combat addiction. He utilizes an unconventional approach to recovery. This approach continues to lead men and women to lasting sobriety. Brock's Contact Information: Chase the Vase Podcast on Spotify Chasing the Vase - Facebook Email Brock - firstname.lastname@example.org @brockbevell Instagram
This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. These episodes will be short impact information podcasts on one of the different seven catalysts that I have used in my life to move forward, push the limits of possible and find myself. This week's Topic: RESILIENCE "Darkness can build resilience or break you?" For more information on Fireman Rob or the 7 Catalysts go to www.FiremanRob.com.
15-year NFL veteran Kendall Gammon and 25-year player engagement expert Lamonte Winston take you Beyond the Game to the world of player engagement. Kendall and Lamonte talk about the minicamps and events for rookies following the NFL Draft before welcoming on Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Tyrell Adams to talk about his career path, his mindset as an undrafted free agent and when going into new teams, plus the resilience and perseverance in his career so far. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network Substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/k... FOLLOW US ON: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KCSportsNetwork Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kcsports.network/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/KCSportsNetwork Substack - kcsn.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Language Hacking Podcast co-hosts, Shannon Kennedy and Elizabeth Bruckner catch up and talk about how this last year has been a time of learning, and building self-compassion and resilience in both language learning and life.Mentioned in this Episode Fluent in 3 Months Challenge Pimsleur Shannon's Spotify French Sunnyside Language Conqueror: Mindfulness Power of Now When Good Things Happen to Bad People Alcoholics Anonymous Al-Anon Overeaters Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous Debtors Anonymous Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Moving your body and language learning to help with anxiety and other negative emotions Putting yourself out there with positive energy and being open to connection The power of being quiet and observation before jumping in The art of being interested in other people and being of service to others Touch and tactile learning Sneaking in language learning in unexpected situations Keeping an index card with a list of tools and an action plan for difficult moments Mindfulness practices and language learning Re-reading your favorite books in another language 12-step meetings and using them for language learning Art and music therapy Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
If you're feeling super overwhelmed trying to ''find balance'' while studying for finals or exam week, tune into this episode for a pep talk on how to reduce the pressure AND achieve your goal grades. Want to feel more confident and less stressed every day? Learn more about my personalised teen coacing programs here: www.kategladdin.com/coaching For daily inspiration and tips, follow me on instagram: @kategladdin
Interview starts at 17:25 Chris Duffin joins us for an amazing chat about leadership, taking ownership, working as your authentic self, resilience, and how business process re-engineering can help you personally and start an effective business. We talk about his book “The Eagle and the Dragon”, if growing up in the woods/nature was helpful or a hinderance, principles, goals vs vision, bio mechanics, breaking lifting records, and Grand Goals, stress vs trauma, being proactive and taking ownership. https://christopherduffin.com/ In the quick Intro we chat about Graham getting Covid again… using breath work for the chills, weird psychedelic hypnogogic dream loops and a quote from Lectures on Ancient Philosophy Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model. 0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!! Get your Magic Mushrooms delivered from: Mushroom Spores, Spore Syringes, Best Spore Syringes,Grow Mushrooms Spores Lab Get Psychedelics online DMT CANADA Support the show directly: http://www.grimerica.ca/support https://www.patreon.com/grimerica http://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca/support Other shows: https://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca https://www.13questionspodcast.com/ - 13 Questions ran by Adam and Bill. Darren's Book and Audio Book page: www.adultbrain.ca www.acanadianshame.ca Join the chat / hangout with a bunch of fellow Grimerican's: www.grimerica.ca/chats and/or www.grimerica.ca/social IRL meetups https://highersidemeetups.com/ 1-403-702-6083 Call and leave a voice mail or send us a text Grimerica on the radio https://fringe.fm/shows/grimerica/ Check out our next trip/conference/meetup - Contact at the Cabin www.contactatthecabin.com Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-grimerica-show/id653314424?mt=2# http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-grimerica-show Sign up for our newsletter http://www.grimerica.ca/news Leave a comment, ideas and guest/topic suggestions under any episode or blog http://www.grimerica.ca/ Leave a comment, ideas and guest/topic suggestions under any episode or blog http://www.grimerica.ca/ SPAM Graham = and send him your synchronicities, feedback, strange experiences and psychedelic trip reports!! email@example.com InstaGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_grimerica_show_podcast/ Tweet Darren https://twitter.com/Grimerica Connect through other platforms: https://www.reddit.com/r/grimerica/ https://gab.ai/Grimerica Purchase swag, with partial proceeds donated to the show www.grimerica.ca/swag Send us a postcard or letter http://www.grimerica.ca/contact/ http://www.lostbreadcomic.com/ link to Napolean Duheme's site Felix's Site sirfelix.bandcamp.com MUSIC Grimerica Theme - Lock & Key High Hopes - Broke for Free The Sky is Falling - Sir Felix Ortega II
Despite World standards being hit and NCAA records going down, we dive into the heart of the matter of what it takes to respond to difficult situations in races. First, Scotty recaps his season opening 10K victory with the good and bad of what transpired. Then, Charles joins the show for a full deep-dive of completing an Ironman 70.3 and the Boston Marathon just weeks apart. Contact the show: firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave a 5-star rating on Apple or Spotify if you enjoyed.
Does it seem that no matter what you do you keep getting sick? Or does increased stress cause you to get sick? Are you concerned about over doing it with your supplements? With the events of the past few years resilience is a hot topic and knowing what's essential and what's not is key. This week's podcast guest Dr. Pamela Wartian Smith, M.D. has been in the medical field for over 48 years. Her first 20 years were spent as an ER doctor in Detroit and the following have been as an Anti-Aging/Functional Medicine specialist at The Center For Precision Medicine with offices in Michigan and Florida. She is a diplomat of the Board of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Physicians, the founder of The Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative, and Functional Medicine and is an internationally known speaker and author on the subject of Anti-Aging/Precision Medicine. She has been featured on many television networks such as the PBS series “The Embrace of Aging” as well as the on-line medical series “Awakening from Alzheimer's” and “Regain Your Brain”. She is the author of eleven best-selling books. Her best seller, “Max Your Immunity,” was released in late 2021. Her newest book: What You Must Know About Women's Hormones, 2nd edition, will be released in 2022. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Dr. Pamela Wartian Smith, M.D. on the lifestyle, nutrition and supplements that maximize your resilience to infections. What You'll Learn In Today's Episode: • Why your gut is 70% of your resilience • How stress, sleep, water, exercise & sugar decrease resilience to infections • The benefits of iodine nasal sprays like Cofix • What nutrients, health & lifestyle changes maximize resilience with out overdoing it Resources from the Show: Dr. Pamela Smith's Book - "Max Your Immunity" What You Must Know About Women's Hormones 2nd Ed Dr. Pamela Smith's Practice - Center for Precision Medicine & Website Iodine Nasal Spray - CoFix
Starting a business requires RESILIENCE. In this episode Michelle shows you how to build it by breaking apart two common thought patterns and putting 'em back together in a way that moves you forward instead of keeping you stuck. Join Michelle's free Facebook group for health coaches at http://HealthCoachPowerCommunity.com.
Announcing the 2022 MIT Water Innovation Prize winners, plus meet the MIT Water Club. Also, NY State invests in wastewater climate change resilience projects.
Some of the little things aren't so little. BECOMING WHO? Is all about the small changes, steps, and effort you make each day. Share who you are becoming with us or if you just want some advice please share your story! Let's share stories together! Send in your #becomingwho story via Instagram or E-mail. __________Stay connected on: Instagram: @journeytosevenpodcastemail: email@example.com
Today I'm celebrating the 100th episode of the Speak Loud Podcast! I'm recapping some of my favorite episodes so far, and what I've learned in 100 episodes. Thank you to everyone who has reached out and sent messages about how they've resonated with the podcast. This show is for you, after all, so I always love hearing your feedback and ideas. The Speak Loud Podcast is about sharing a message of hope, but we all have to get through the dark parts to reach the light. I've learned how to use my past not as a crutch, but as a stepping stone for my future. After 22 years, my book Throwaway Girl is out this fall, and in that memoir, I cover details from Episode 1 in my own story of triumph and hope. Some of my favorite episodes have been with friends or people in my close circles. In “Speak Up and Speak Loud Against Abuse”, my talk with my aunt opened my eyes to generational trauma in my family. Scott Clover, my dear friend, and somatic healer helps clients remove emotional blockages and connect to their authentic energy in “Intuitive Trauma Healing.”Another one of my favorite episodes was “Why Resilience Matters with Em Capito.” Em was my first TedX speaker, and resilience is one of my favorite words. Resilience is about turning adversity into strength and triumphing over a challenge, which is the message I want to share on the Speak Loud Podcast. Many episodes have been deep-dives into the brain and body after trauma. “How Trauma Affects the Brain with Joe Dennis” is one of the most listened-to episodes, where Joe brings valuable insight from his career as a clinician. “How To Use Creativity to Heal from Trauma with Lauri Schoenfeld” has excellent information for finding a different outlet for your healing. In “Exploring the Complexities of Trauma”, Michelle Binion, certified mental health clinician, enlightens us on why we work the way we do after trauma. I've had great guests whose stories are full of light and hope. Rena Romano, in her episode “Overcoming Shame After Sexual Abuse,” shares how she's become a “sur-thriver” and found endless possibilities in life. If you want an uplifting episode, check out “Giving Sunshine with Jason Clawson.” Jason is a clinical therapist and father whose movement “Giving Sunshine” sends therapeutic care packages to families struggling with grief, illness, and other struggles. Thank you for tuning in and for continuing to believe in the Speak Loud message. As always, you are worthy, you are enough, and keep on shining your light. Speak Loud Podcast on the webSpread the message of Speak Loud Podcast andshare this episode with a friend!***Disclaimer: All content found on Speak Loud Podcast, including text, images, audio, or other formats were created for informational purposes only. Material contained on Speak Loud Podcast website, podcast, and social media postings are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard or delay seeking professional medical advice. Information on this podcast and guest comments, opinions, and content are solely for educational and entertainment purposes. Use of this information is at your own risk.**
This week's solo episode is part two where I build on last week's episode and share 4 more ideas and further resources to help footballers who come across the challenge of being released from football clubs. It's a naturally difficult time for the player and their family where their motivation and mental health can be tested. My ideas relate to how a mentally tough player would likely view the situation and how you can develop your mental toughness and bounce back positively from the setback. Key Learning Points See yourself as a worthwhile person. If you have some unanswered questions for the coaching staff, make sure you ask them. Create some goals to work towards. Don't allow setbacks to distract you from your long term goals. Connect with David Charlton Download THE FOCUSED ATHLETE CHECKLIST Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Relevant Podcast Episodes Ep002: Steve Judge – How to Deal with Adversity Ep049: James Maurice - How Does Sport Psychology in Elite Football Academies Help Ep064: Edu Rubio – How to Support Young Footballers Ep075: Grant Phyphers – How to Rebuild Your Identity Ep108: David Charlton - Observations: How to Stay on Top of Your Goals Relevant Blogs and Resources Gibbs Reflective Cycle 4 Powerful Questions when Dealing with Challenging Situations Performance Profile for Goalkeepers Blog: 3 Tips to Help You Overcome Setbacks Blog - Don't Waste Another Lockdown
Witnessing unbelievable hardships on a rugby tour in South Africa at the age of 19 shaped the life of Will Mallard and his focus on WHY. With a passion for helping people feel secure, Will focuses on solving the problems of social housing in the UK today and for the future through social impact investment. KEY TAKEAWAY “I can help other people and that's really important to me. If you're looking for a WHY, it's actually about how can I make other people feel.” ABOUT WILL MALLARD As a social impact investor Will Mallard focuses on English social housing portfolios and other needs-based investment opportunities with Angel investors wanting to make a difference. Permanently London-based, he is from Wellington, New Zealand. Actively involved in property and social impact communities, Will also has a podcast, MY PROPERTY WORLD with 100+ episodes with guests providing stories about their lives, deals and talking property. CONNECT WITH WILL https://twitter.com/WillMallard https://www.instagram.com/kiwiwill8/ https://www.facebook.com/will.mallard.50 https://www.linkedin.com/in/willmallard/ https://anchor.fm/my-property-world ABOUT THE HOST - AMY ROWLINSON Amy is a Life Purpose Coach, Podcast Strategist, Top 1% Global Podcaster, Speaker, Mastermind Host and Property Investor. Through 1:1 and group coaching, Amy works with individuals and businesses to improve productivity, engagement and fulfilment, to banish overwhelm, underwhelm and frustration and to welcome clarity, achievement and purpose. WORK WITH AMY Amy inspires and empowers entrepreneurial clients to discover the life they dream of by assisting them to make it their reality through their own action taking. Helping them to focus on their WHY with clarity uniting their passion and purpose with a plan to create the life they truly desire. If you would like Amy to help you to launch your podcast or to focus on your WHY then please book a free 20 min call via www.calendly.com/amyrowlinson/enquirycall KEEP IN TOUCH WITH AMY Sign up for the weekly Friday Focus - https://www.amyrowlinson.com/subscribe-to-weekly-newsletter CONNECT WITH AMY https://linktr.ee/AmyRowlinson HOSTED BY: Amy Rowlinson DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.
In this special and short episode, Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea and I discuss leadership resilience in the context of three must-read books that Jenn has summarized and that we recorded podcasts about: From Burnt Out to Fired Up: Reigniting Your Passion for Teaching by Morgane Michael Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators by Elena Aguilar The Mindful School Leader: Practices to Transform Your Leadership and School by Valerie Brown and Kirsten Olson These three books are a great place to start if you want to dig more deeply into the idea of leadership resilience. Send your comments, questions, and show ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider rating the podcast in iTunes and leaving a comment. And please pass the show along to your colleagues. If you or someone you know would like to sponsor the show, send me an email at email@example.com.
Unarmored Talk presents Deidre Calcoate. She is a Brainspotting Practitioner, Best-selling Author, Transformational life Coach, Trainer, and Suicide Interventionist. During this episode Deidre joined the host, Mario P. Fields, to discuss how Brainspotting Therapy helped her find purpose through identifying, accepting, and learning how to heal and thrive through painful memories.Connect with Deidre Calcoate on LinkedIn here: Diedre Calcoate LinkedInWatch on my YouTube channel at Mario's YouTube ChannelConnect to all of my social media with 1-click here: Mario P. Fields - Parade DeckQuestions or comments, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Acceptance is a bada$$ power move!” In this episode, Allison interviews Dr. Mitch Abblett. Dr. Mitch Abblett is a clinical psychologist, author, consultant and national / international speaker. Dr. Abblett's publications include: The Five Hurdles to Happiness and the Mindful Path to Overcoming Them (Shambhala), The Self-Compassion Deck and Growing Mindful (among other mindfulness-related card decks with PESI Publications) and Helping Your Angry Teen and From Anger to Action (New Harbinger). Upcoming publications include his latest book for parents, educators and helping professionals - Prizeworthy: How to Meaningfully Connect, Build Character, and Unlock the Potential of Every Child, and the card deck for children, Train Your Mind Like a Ninja: 30 Secret Skills for Fun, Focus, and Resilience. Dr. Abblett's work has appeared in numerous online and print media such as The New York Times, Newsweek, Tricycle Magazine, and USA Today. His frequent blog posts regarding mindfulness applications in family and relationships can be found in Mindful Magazine's companion website Mindful.org. In this episode Mitch and Allison discuss how to be intentional in communicating with others, how to take action or decide if pausing and accepting it might be better. Connect with Dr. Mitch Abblett: www.drmitchabblett.com
In this episode, Damali sits down with Dr. Juliet Nevins. Dr. Nevins is a board-certified Obstetrician and healthcare executive. Her expertise in the healthcare field as medical director for New York and New Jersey region at CVS health. She is also the founder of the belly button LLC and an alumna of Vassar College. Her unique perspective and work in the medical field were from her passion for health education and women's wellness.
In this episode, Damali sits down with Kimberly Jenkins. Ms. Jenkins is currently Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University, lecturing previously at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute. Kim designed an elective course and exhibition entitled, Fashion and Race, and has shared her insight at SXSW and Google HQ. Her expertise on fashion history, race and cultural awareness has led to academic advising and research work for Gucci, The Lions modeling agency, Tommy Hilfiger, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and Instagram. Kim holds an MA in Fashion Studies from Parsons School of Design.
How do we as leaders cultivate a deeply caring, resilient, just/equitable, and loving community? Perhaps the answer lies in “sacred activism”. I brought on sacred activist, Hanifa Nayo Washington who has been working at the forefront of mindfulness, place-making, and social justice to cultivate organizations, gatherings, spaces, and experiences rooted in the values of beloved community. As the Co-founder and Organizing Principle of One Village Healing, an online BIPOC centered healing, resilience, and psychedelic wellness space, and the Fireside Project, a nonprofit that is creating systemic change in the field of psychedelics in three key domains: safety, diversity, and equitable access, Hanifa knows how to lead courageously with her heart in collaboration with plant medicine, inner guidance, and her community. In this episode I ask Hanifa about how to embody sacred activism and spiritual resilience. You will learn how to truly be there for someone else through deep and reflective listening. We explore our relationship with power, how to utilize our energy in conscious co-creation, and how to work with rage in a healthy way. Hanifa is the Co-founder and Chief of Strategy at Through their Psychedelic Peer Support Line, Fireside Project has created a nationwide safety net that has substantially decreased 911 calls and hospitalizations while democratizing access to free high-quality care. The line has supported thousands of callers since launching in April of 2021. Key TakeawaysUnderstanding our relationship to power is vital in creating a just and equitable society. Gratitude is a great place to start becoming aware of our relationship with power. Then where is the pain? We have to start with self inquiry. Being with another, in their full expression is real peer-support and is a deep practice of ally-ship, without trying to fix or heal them, nor move them away from their present experience. https://lauradawn.co/free-music-playlists/ (4 Free Playlists For Psychedelic Journeys & Beyond) https://lauradawn.co/free-microdosing-course/ (Free 8 Day Microdosing Course) https://instagram.com/livefreelaurad (Follow @LiveFreeLauraD on Instagram) Resources Mentioned http://www.handsofhanifa.com/ (Hanifa's Website) https://www.bd101.org/ (Beyond Diversity Workshops) http://www.lauradawn.co/52 (…more resources on my website at www.lauradawn.co/52) Featured Musichttp://www.lauradawn.co/52 (Episode #44 of the Psychedelic Leadership Podcast) features a song called "River" by Hanifa Nayo Washington. https://open.spotify.com/artist/53PgA4rDdV78JzOjFaeIA8?si=lfcLC_9SQB-3_niwJWuPvA (Listen on Spotify) https://music.apple.com/us/artist/hanifa-nayo-washington/1289800949 (Listen on Apple Music) Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts"I love Laura Dawn and The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast.”
#460: On today's episode we are joined by Clint Emerson. Clint Emerson joined the Navy in 1994, serving as a SEAL operator at SEAL Team Three, the NSA, and SEAL Team Six, before retiring in 2015. He is currently and author and runs a crisis-management company, Escape the Wolf. On today's episode we discuss personal resilience, mental toughness, being aware, survival, & life as a soldier. To check out Clint Emerson's new book The Rugged Life click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM This episode is brought to you by Feel Free from Botanic Tonics. If you are looking for an alcohol alternative try this euphoric kava drink and get 40% off your order or subscription by using either code SKINNY40 or code SKINNY240 at www.botanictonics.com Produced by Dear Media
Even 75 years after the Holocaust, anti-Semitic crimes are still happening in Canada. And their presence highlights why education is still important, and uncovering family history is a powerful way to learn about the past.The Globe's western arts correspondent, Marsha Lederman, joins us to talk about her new book Kiss the Red Stairs and the responsibility she feels to share her family's stories as the child of Holocaust survivors.
So often we are raised to believe that there is a "right" way and a "wrong" way to do our lives. We are taught to be authentic but to not be "too emotional". We are taught to follow the rules and not color outside of the lines. But then we become middle aged adults and are told that the only way to succeed is to hustle to point of failure. It's not surprising that we frequently feel overwhelmed and frustrated with our day-to-day lives. So often we believe that the answers to how to live our lives are found outside of ourselves. That's why I decided to invite Tamara Becker on the podcast today. Tamara is one of the most grounded and real women I know and in this episode she is getting real with us on how to live an authentic life - according to your OWN rules. Tamara is a Photographer and Marketing Professional turned Herbalist and Energy Worker, a mother and a powerful human. She drops some very impactful truth bombs about being real with yourself and being willing to feel your feelings. Enjoy ❤️ About Tamara:Having grown up in small town Wainwright, but residing in YYC since the year 2000, I have always beenfascinated by people and the web we weave through shared experiences.With a background in marketing and design, mental health advocacy (@projectnightlightyyc) and fineart, I am fascinated by history, the ‘why'', and by the myriad of reactions to a single stimulus. That is themain reason I love mixed media; you can explore a concept in several different ways just by changingthe material you use.I primarily work with photography, acrylics, ink and textiles but nothing is off the table.Through art, I get to further study people - their energy, how they move through the world, and the lightand interactions between form and space.Website: www.empireimages.caInstagram: @empireimagesyyc Book a free Discovery Session with Amanda: https://amandahess.ca/bookacall/Join Amanda's free Borderline Personality Disorder support group for women: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bpdreimagined
Alan Stein Jr. is a high performance coach and speaker. Alan spent 15 years working with the highest performing basketball players on the planet including NBA superstars Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, and Kobe Bryant. Lessons on how to overcome stress, stagnation & burnout are some of the most important insights which has helped them reach the top. Expect to learn what the common trait between all NBA Superstars is, why managing time and energy should take priority over everything else, how stress can be used to enhance performance, the quickest way to overcome stagnation, why burnout might not be due to how hard you're working, why Steph Currie is the greatest shot taker of all time, what Kevin Durrant's first ever strength session looked like and much more... Sponsors: Join the Modern Wisdom Community to connect with me & other listeners - https://modernwisdom.locals.com/ Protect yourself from identity theft online with Aura. Try 14 days for free at http://aura.com/modern (discount automatically applied) Get 10% discount on your first month from BetterHelp at https://betterhelp.com/modernwisdom (discount automatically applied) Get 20% discount on the highest quality CBD Products from Pure Sport at https://bit.ly/cbdwisdom (use code: MW20) Extra Stuff: Buy Sustain Your Game - https://amzn.to/38K9WuC Follow Alan on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/alansteinjr/ Get my free Reading List of 100 books to read before you die → https://chriswillx.com/books/ To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/modernwisdom - Get in touch. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswillx Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriswillx YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/modernwisdompodcast Email: https://chriswillx.com/contact/
Rebecca Price is a researcher and assistant professor at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the Delft University of Technology where she investigates how design can advance sectors and industries through multi-leveled and networked innovation. Educated and practiced as an industrial designer, Rebecca was quickly drawn to the strategic potential of design as a source of resilience, and so pursued a Ph.D. in design-led innovation at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. Her work increasingly explores the intersection between the design of socio-technical systems and transitions theory to consider new methodological opportunities. Rebecca works with public and private organisations to support the application of design upon complex innovation challenges. While the predominant domain of her work to date has been mobility (aviation, automotive, urban transport), her methodological research, in particular, holds increasing value to domains related to public health and energy transitions that stem from a socio-technical perspective of the possibilities of design. In today's episode, Rebecca speaks to her passions and drives as a designer, innovative thinker, and teacher. We are curious to hear her thoughts on friction and ways to approach it, on challenges that multidisciplinary settings may bring, and means that allow her to keep up to her expectations. How has her sports background contributed to her resilience? In the second part of our talk, Rebecca shares what inspired her to carry out the project “100 Days” – Graduating during Covid19“. Hear her speak on ways to facilitate students in challenging times, on mutual awareness, ways of being a mentor of value, and the reasons she finds teaching so important. Social Media: Rebecca's https://nl.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-price-8732477b (LinkedIn)
In this episode, I am talking to Shawnta Jackson is that person who leaves a lasting impression. She motivates, challenges, and provides thought-provoking solutions. She is a leader, single mother, author, talk show host, and social entrepreneur with a vision to help people to help themselves and others. In addition to inspiring people and providing helpful insight into life and business based on her lived experiences, Shawnta supports organizations with the implementation and evaluation of socially conscious initiatives. Her background includes culturally relevant and culturally responsive community engagement, stakeholder relations, coalition building, community education, train-the-trainer, curriculum development, program planning, mixed-methods research, program evaluation, and dissemination. Shawnta is the Founder of Cause Engagement Associates LLC, a national consulting firm. She holds a Master of Public Health degree in social and behavioral health from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations from Columbia College Chicago. Shawnta resides in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area with her son, Zachary. Join us as she shares her journey behind the business! Find out more about Shawnta Jackson You can find Shawnta on Instagram and Facebook Grab the book The Resilience of a Woman: Stories of Faith, Love, and Perseverance ~~~~~~~ Shop Slaying Self Doubt® Merchandise Ways I can help you on your journey: Journal Prompts Prayer Journal Work With Me Looking to improve your social media presence try these Canva, CaptionWriter, Wavve. Your support never goes unnoticed! Support the Slaying Self Doubt® Podcast with a small donation to help me to create new content and reach more people by Buying Me A Coffee Disclaimer: I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items through my links, I may earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link. I only recommend products that I use and am genuinely interested in.
Is Resilience Learned Or Genetic? Are people born with a natural ability to recover quickly from difficulties or is this a skill that can be learned? That's the subject of today's conversation between our guest host, CNN's Alisyn Camerota and Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Free-Range Kids movement and Let Grow, the organization that's leading the movement for childhood independence. As Lenore says in this episode, "...there are some things that need tension, need a little bit of resistance for them to get strong and resilient... That's why people do weight training, right? You need something pushing against the bone for the bone to become stronger. And children need something in their lives that's isn't just simple an obvious and pleasant and a trophy for them to become strong too, for them to become anti-fragile." Alisyn and Lenore discuss the importance of letting children do things on their own, and Lenore shares some simple steps parents can take to help a child increase their independence in a way that is comfortable for both kids and parents. Learn more about the Let Grow organization and download a FREE copy of the Let Grow Independence Kit HERE. Get a copy of Lenore's book, Free-Range Kids: How Parents and Teachers Can Let Go and Let Grow, HERE This Episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It's the college of choice for students who learn differently. Learn more at http://www.lcdistraction.org This Classic Episode originally aired SEP 23, 2021
In this episode, you will learn how how to change your relationship with failure and when to pivot along your path to finding your purpose aligned with your strengths. Impactful Moments of the Show: 4:00MM: Scott's background as a Service Warfare Officer, in business school, and 10 years in the construction industry. 6:00MM: fell into Gallup's Strength Finders and turned the idea into coffee mugs. 12:00MM: 10X vets, Academy fund (short term real estate) 14:00MM: Changing your relationship to failure and knowing when to pivot in life. 17:00MM: What made him decide to change his environment. 20:00MM: First endeavor with coaching college students that had him realize what he didn't want to do. 22:00MM: Keeping the vision and being open to shifting the strategy. 25:00MM: Number one question to ask yourself before deciding to pivot. 27:00MM: Scott's pandemic see-through Fan Bag failure. 30:00MM: ONE LAST #GOLDENGRENADE Learn more about 10X VETs and everything else Scott is doing here: https://sabmgroup.com/ Show Sponsor: STZY Socks: Visit https://stzysocks.com/?ref=PDVtkVFG7yLWb and use code: avn for an additional 20% OFF all purchases.
Has our society lost sight of the American Dream? This week we are delighted to have one of the greatest defenders of American Exceptionalism on the BFA podcast – Dinesh D'Souza. Dinesh shares details on his latest earth-shattering documentary ‘2000 Mules', which investigates the circumstances around the controversial 2020 election. Join Rebecca and Dinesh as they explore this constitutionally uncharted territory and the idea of creating our own ‘America inside America.'
Resiliency. It gives people the strength needed to process and overcome hardship. When we lack resilience we get easily overwhelmed, and may turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms. Resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to overcome challenges and work through problems. Today, Lisa Hurt, the 'Resilience Maverick' tells her own story of moving forward in the face of adversity, and shares several ways we can move forward to a more peaceful, purposeful and content life.Aleasia “Lisa” Hurt has served over 30 years in the Corporate world, exhilarating the resiliency of others while openhandedly discounting the magnitude of her own. In this vein, she has pursued her personal destiny to implement an Elevation Resiliency Coaching Program™️. Recently selected to the Marquis Who's Who in America and to participate in the Shawn Fair's Leadership Experience Tour, February 2022 Edition, she is branded as the ‘Resiliency Maverick'. Elevation Resiliency Coaching Program™ focuses on Emotional Literacy and Intelligence to achieve Resiliency in the workplace. Her notable program is designated to foster Emotional Intelligent Executives and Stakeholders, using premier- holistic and empathetic focused solutions. Aleasia's divine purpose is to cultivate resilient leaders and employees while simultaneously securing a sustainable culture.In 2005, the empathetic wordsmith launched HURTNPOET LLC professional writing services. Flex Your Voice Content Marketing™️ is a Promotional-Branding paradigm and with her distinct literary craftsmanship, she crafts compelling, seller-poet content for Empowerment Industry Thought-Leaders; Coaches, Podcasters, Consultants, Speakers, Niche Powerhouses. Lisa completed her undergrad at Ferrum College, earning a Bachelor degree in Social Work, with a Minor in Sociology. She has also earned Certification in a disciplined Business initiative, The CEO Mindset -Who Owns the Ice House Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative at the local ACC Small Business Center. Her journey includes variant disciplines and levels of Psychotherapy, and she began her passion for Writing at a very young age. Throughout her years of Clinical practice, she continued to pursue her love for poetry and Business Writing.
On this episode Uniqueka and I talk about what prompted her to start Career Conversations, a LinkedIn Live broadcast turned podcast, and the lessons she's learned from her guests along the way. Uniqueka Walcott has a passion for winning and teaching others to win in life. Realizing that she is more than her job title has been a transformative experience. This experience ignited the passion which drives her to create the LinkedIn Live Series and podcast "Career Conversations" Each episode is a peek into the lives of professionals of all ages in a wide variety of careers including, marketers, morticians, recruiters, and mariners for example. Uniqueka is a mentor to young professionals inside and outside of the industry. She is a proud Alumna of Georgia State University, holding a B.A. in Journalism with a focus in Public Relations. She approaches everything with her three ingredients for success: Resilience, Reading, and Relationships. These are her cultural inheritances. Links: uniquekawalcott.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uniquekawalcott/
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Today's podcast guest has been called The Godfather of Toys and is a social media icon in the collectors toy space. Jeremey's journey in toys started at a clothing and toy store called Only Kids in Memphis, Tennessee. In today's episode Jeremy provides advice on “making it” in the corporate toy world and what it takes to be an entrepreneur. You'll learn the difference between collectibles both physical and digital, and yep that means we talk about NFTs! The consistent theme in today's episode is resilience. We explore moments in Jeremy's past where his resilience helped him move forward and we discuss the relationship between that never-give-up attitude and success. If you're at a place in your toy journey where you need a little inspiration to push you forward, listen to this episode. At the end of our conversation Jeremy shares two of the best pieces of advice he received in his career. The first helped him feel empowered when taking on a challenging new role, and the second prepared him for the man he is today. Ready for a little toyspiration from a major leader in the toy space? Tap play and give this episode a listen.MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:For the links and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to the episode page at www.thetoycoach.com/125
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I'm doing a series of episodes in May about communication. After last week's episode about connection—I wanted to talk about what happens when that connection fails. And I've got just the person to help us explore that: Sheila MacDonald.Sheila MacDonald is a speech-language pathologist who is passionate about communication and rebuilding competence in those who have experienced communication disability after brain injury. Her work includes the development of two standardized tests, the CCCABI referral tool, practice guidelines, research, and international collaboration.Her acclaimed clinical short courses draw on years of experience in both hospitals and community practice where she now assists individuals with return to social, academic, and workplace communications. As a lifelong advocate, she is constantly seeking new ways to repair and celebrate connection. Website: www.brainandcommunication.caAdapted Communication Strategies handout https://abinetwork.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/MacDonald__Sheila.pdfCCCABI Checklist (in a few languages) https://brainandcommunication.ca/cccabi/Model of Cognitive-Communication Competence https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/02699052.2017.1379613CCCABI Course for SLP's CCCABI Course https://courses.brainandcommunication.ca John Walker's book of poetry https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8244790-a-fragile-tree-has-rootsJohn Walker's children's book https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4219287-in-other-words***Join me May 25th for this month's Master Your Brain Masterclass: Master Your Communication.In this Masterclass you will learn:Why communication is so importantWhy communication can be so hardWhat the benefits are of improved communication10 ways to improve your communication NOW.Click here to learn more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, host Gil Jenkins speaks with Tim Hade, Co-Founder & COO of Scale Microgrid Solutions – a New Jersey-based company that designs, builds, finances, and operates distributed energy assets that are cheaper, cleaner, and more resilient. Tim talks about his journey since founding the company in 2015, how customer demand for resilient energy solutions is evolving, the intersection of EV fleets and microgrids, the merits of cogeneration technology, his perspective on energy security as a U.S. Air Force veteran, the prospects for federal climate legislation, and much more. Links:WebsiteTim Hade on LinkedInTim Hade on TwitterScale Microgrid Solutions on TwitterScale Microgrid Solutions on LinkedIn Episode recorded: April 8, 022 Email your feedback to Chad, Gil, and Hilary at email@example.com tweet them to @ClimatePosiPod.
To do the real work of healing and growing without alcohol, we need to create safe spaces to let every part of ourselves be seen, loved, and welcomed. Today, we're going to talk about leaning into tenderness. Christine Gyovai is a fierce changemaker in environmental design who is also a total powerhouse for building resilience in her local community. A former client of Karolina's, Christine transformed her relationship with alcohol over the past two years and learned how to tenderly embrace her desires and seek joy. In this episode, discover what it means to embrace your vulnerability and imperfections and fully love yourself! Christine Gyovai is the founder of Dialogue + Design Associates and has been working in her field for over 20 years! She is also the host of the Yes! We Rise Podcast, where she shares stories of communities and leaders stepping up and cultivating resilience and transformation in their communities. LINKS/RESOURCES MENTIONED Learn more about Christine's powerful community work with Dialogue + Design Associates. Hear incredible stories about resilience through Christine's podcast Yes! We Rise. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. Karolina invites you to a NEW and FREE five day workshop from May 16-20, 2022: Ditch Alcohol and Discover Your Purpose. Learn how changing your relationship with alcohol prepares you to go after bigger dreams! Hone in on how this one shift is a catalyst for any new identity. Karolina's book is available in hardcover, Kindle, and as an audiobook. Be sure to get your copy of Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You today and leave your review. Follow @euphoric.af on Instagram And as always, rate, review, and subscribe so we can continue spreading our message far and wide.
We are what we eat. So goes the proverbial saying. But to what extent does the food on our plate determine the quality of our health now and for the rest of our lives? Marie Ruggles is a clinical nutritionist and the author of Optimize Your Immune System: Create Health and Resilience with a Kitchen Pharmacy. In this LLAMA podcast interview we explore what it means to use the kitchen pantry to promote robust health. From whole foods to superfoods, supplements to sunlight, Marie shares natural wellness strategies and practical options for vibrant longevity. Interview recorded: February 16, 2022 | Read a transcript at the LLAMA podcast website. Photo: Susan Elise Shiebler Photography©This episode is brought to you in association with Clinique La Prairie. The award winning spa clinic and pioneering health and wellness destination nestled on the shores of Lake Geneva in Montreux, Switzerland. Combining preventative medicine with bespoke lifestyle and nutrition plans, Clinique La Prairie offers a holistic approach to living fuller, healthier and longer lives.The Live Long and Master Aging podcast, a HealthSpan Media LLC production, shares ideas but does not offer medical advice. If you have health concerns of any kind, or you are considering adopting a new diet or exercise regime, you should consult your doctor.Affiliation disclosure: DoNotAge.org is offering listeners to LLAMA a 10% discount on its range of products, including NAD boosters. The podcast receives a small commission when you use the use code LLAMA for purchases at DoNotAge.org - it helps to cover production costs and ensures that our interviews remain free for all to listen. Health queries can be answered by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resilience expert Dr. Mollie Marti shares practical ways that you can go about building your mental resilience and improving your emotional wellbeing. She joins WHOOP VP of Performance Kristen Holmes to discuss what mental resilience is (6:32), the THRIVE model for building resilience (8:38), the importance of relationships (9:10), our core needs as humans (11:32), practicing realistic optimism (15:22), awareness (20:52), accepting what you can't control (21:44), negative thoughts and using sensory resets (24:21), physiological health and mental health (29:42), utilizing resets for your body (39:03), and stress, rest, and recovery (41:21).Support the show
You know that words and even your thoughts affect you in ALL areas and in ALL the ways you show up...they are POWERFUL! As a mom on your journey, it's vital that you take control of your thoughts and use your powerful words with purpose, so in this episode you will learn the small shift you can make in your words and thoughts to completely overhaul your confidence, resilience, and strength so things like discipline, consistency, and weight loss as a mom become a little bit less daunting! Join The Tough Love Mom Squad on FB! Get tough love texts from me each week to keep you motivated and encouraged! Text "tough love" to 205-809-7300! Need efficient, effective workouts and a simple approach to nutrition? Learn more about my workout programs & nutrition education! Are you ready to make consistency and weight loss SIMPLE so you can actually lose weight and feel confident not WHEN you get there, but right now? Snag a weight loss kickstart call and let's get you losing weight the right way! Connect: email@example.com Learn more: thetoughlovemom.com Instagram: @mrslizhenderson
Sam and Andy discuss the Warriors frustrating but resilient win over an undermanned Grizzlies squad. Steph coming up big at the end, Wiggs dependability, Otto and more! Later (25:04) we take your calls. Get 20% off at American-Giant.com with promo code: "Lightyears" Host: Sam Esfandiari and Andy Liu Producer: Tim Angan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Edith Eger was a Jew living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe when she and her family were sent to Auschwitz, a death camp. Dr. Eger and her sister survived, but their parents did not.After the war, Dr. Eger got married and had a baby. She and her husband moved to the United States in 1949, and she got her degree in psychology. She began treating people with PTSD, which inspired her to continue working on healing herself.Now, she's written two books, The Choice and The Gift, where she chronicles her journey and the lessons she learned along the way.Dr. Eger's daughter, Marianne Engle, also became a psychologist. She joins us for this conversation today. Some of the things Dr. Eger talks about are the things she had done to promote her own healing, how she fosters resilience in others, and how she has turned her suffering into strength.
Text Hawk to 66866 to receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Steve Magness is a world-renowned expert on performance, co-author of Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success and The Passion Paradox: A Guide to Going All In, Finding Success, and Discovering the Benefits of an Unbalanced Life, and the author of The Science of Running: How to Find Your Limit and Train to Maximize Your Performance. His new book is called Do Hard Things. Notes: “The best aren't concerned with being the best. They're concerned with being the best at getting better.” Confidence: Confidence needs evidence. Acting with bravado we haven't earned only works on easy things. It backfires on anything truly challenging. Doing difficult things, even if you don't quite succeed at them, is how you develop real confidence. How do you find a good mentor? Do interesting things. Be open to learning and guidance. Be motivated, driven, and curious about something. Put your ego aside. Do good, quality work. The difference between real and fake toughness. Fake toughness is easy to identify. It's Bobby Knight losing control and throwing tantrums in the name of “discipline.” It's the appearance of power without substance behind it. Researchers out of Eastern Washington set out to explore the relationship between leadership style and the development of toughness. After conducting research on nearly two hundred basketball players and their coaches, they concluded, “The results of this study seem to suggest that the ‘keys' to promoting mental toughness do not lie in this autocratic, authoritarian, or oppressive style. It appears to lie, paradoxically, with the coach's ability to produce an environment, which emphasizes trust and inclusion, humility, and service. Sustained Excellence: Observation: the people who sustain success over the long haul are rarely shooting for success. They are focused on the path. Their goal is mastery, which knows no end. What characteristics do the best performers have? Don't get tired of the boring stuff Masters of compartmentalization Can flip the switch Know how to lose well Cultivate perspective Delayed gratification Drive from within Creating an enemy: Whenever an organization, group, or individual works hard to create an enemy to pit their idea/group against, it's a sign you probably shouldn't listen. Us vs. Them is the easiest way to exploit human nature, to get people on your side. It often means there's no substance there. The best way to get the most out of someone is to make them feel secure enough that they can take risks and fail. Most of us don't reach our potential because we default to protective mode. Threatening & demanding makes us protect further. Security and belonging frees us up. “Growth comes at the point of resistance. Skills come from struggle.” “The fact is that often coaches figure out what works in training and then the scientists come in later and explain why it works.” What can we learn about success and performance from Eliud Kipchoge? He is not fanatical about trying to be great all the time. He is consistent & patient. His coach says that the secret is that he makes progress “slowly by slowly.” Motivation + Discipline = Consistency He told The NY Times, "He estimates that he seldom pushes himself past 80 percent — 90 percent, tops — of his maximum effort when he circles the track." "I have a mindset whereby I am a human being. I am walking around as a human being. I learn to perform well at the same time being grounded. And I trust that being humble and being on the ground is the only way to concentrate" "You cannot train alone and expect to run a fast time. There is a formula: 100% of me is nothing compared to 1% of the whole team. And that's teamwork. That's what I value." “To be precise, I am just going to try to run my personal best. If it comes as a world record, I would appreciate it. But I would treat it as a personal best.”
How does someone who was born into slavery, whose master broke their leg and crippled them for life, somehow escape all that and become one of the fathers of Stoicism and an amazing thinker? Epictetus had every reason to be unable to transcend his own struggles, but instead he is one of the most important Stoic philosophers. He lived the philosophy and it saved him.Watch the video: https://youtu.be/6-UQYo1YabY Ten Thousand makes the highest quality, best-fitting, and most comfortable training shorts I have ever worn. Ten Thousand is offering our listeners 15% off your purchase. go to Tenthousand.cc/stoic to receive 15% off your purchase.Kion Aminos is backed by over 20 years of clinical research, has the highest quality ingredients, no fillers or junk, undergoes rigorous quality testing, and tastes amazing with all-natural flavors. Go to getkion.com/dailystoic to save 20% on subscriptions and 10% on one-time purchases.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemailCheck out the Daily Stoic Store for Stoic inspired products, signed books, and more.Follow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, Facebook