So many forces in our brains, bodies, and culture move us toward the experience of scarcity – that something is missing, that we don't have enough, and that we never will have enough. The feeling of scarcity both feels bad in itself, and is also the creator and amplifier of so many other challenges we face. On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson talk about what a scarcity and an abundance mindset is, what some sources of scarcity are, and how we can move to an authentic experience of abundance.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:35: Defining scarcity and abundance 6:45: Why are we biologically predisposed towards scarcity?17:05: When to relax and expand20:20: Scarcity at the cultural level26:20: Critique of promoting an “abundance mindset” and a practical definition30:45: Orienting to a sense of abundance 38:05: Motivating with punishment vs reward40:55: Abundance in objectively difficult times47:15: Specific ways to shift from scarcity to abundance58:45: A sense of wonder and groundedness1:01:25: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:From Dr. Hanson: The Foundations of Well-Being brings together the lessons of a lifetime of practice into one year-long online program. Podcast listeners can use the code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off! Please don't hesitate to apply for a scholarship if you're in need. Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
There are two main ways to create wealth. Debt-free is not one of them. If you only use your own money, you'll stay small. Learn why most investments are like baseball cards. One market in America has such astounding resilience that prices were hardly dented in the 2008 financial crisis. Median home prices are still below $300K here today. Dallas-Fort Worth now spans 11 counties, with 7.6M people. This real estate provider focuses on the DFW suburbs. That's where the growth is happening. Importantly, they use a plan for mitigating their higher Texas property taxes. Housing here appears undervalued and underpriced. People are often underhoused. Due to supply shortages, next day appliance delivery has disappeared. This real estate provider has plenty of available inventory right now. They offer you in-house property management at 6.5%. SFR prices are $160K-$225K. This is an actionable resource where you could buy property and benefit from the five ways you're paid at: www.GREmarketplace.com/Texas Resources mentioned: Show Notes: www.GetRichEducation.com/381 Get started with Texas property: www.GREmarketplace.com/Texas To learn more about eQRPs: text “EQRP” in ALL CAPS to 72000 or: eQRP.co By texting “EQRP” to 72000 and opting in, you will receive periodic marketing messages from eQRP Co. Message & data rates may apply. Reply “STOP” to cancel. Get mortgage loans for investment property: RidgeLendingGroup.com JWB's available Florida income property: CashFlowAndGrowth.com New Const. Florida SFHs & multifamilies: www.B2Rdirect.com Best Financial Education: GetRichEducation.com Get our free, wealth-building “Don't Quit Your Daydream Letter”: www.GetRichEducation.com/Letter Top Properties & Providers: GREmarketplace.com Follow us on Instagram: @getricheducation Keith's personal Instagram: @keithweinhold
This Rx Chill Pill meditation is an extended version re-release of a Loving Kindness meditation that will leave you feeling safe and relaxed. The Relaxation Response is a profoundly restorative state that every human being is capable of achieving. You probably have natural ways of eliciting this response daily. Still, with the overwhelming chronic daily stressors, it is becoming more and more important to set aside and plan a time to retrain our nervous system to access this rest and relax system. These physiologic changes bring our parasympathetic nervous system online, balancing out our overworked stress response, leaving us feeling deeply rested down to the cellular level. About your host, Dr. Juna Bobby: After a decade-long career in radiology, seeing disease from the inside out, Juna switched tracks to teach people how to stay well and thrive by understanding neuroplasticity. Knowing we can change at a cellular level gives us the power to drive our behavior and the quality of life that we get to live. As a mom-M.D., she understood that there are critical neurological stages in children's lives where healthy mental and physical habits can be more consequential. Her purpose is to share science-backed lifestyle medicine for peak performance, productivity, and wellness, with as many kids, parents, and educators as she can. Juna Bobby MD hosts the MindBodySpace Podcast , where she shares evidence-backed tips and meditations to boost your resilience so that you can reach your highest potential. Juna is the creator of a unique science-backed planner and digital courses, Plan to SOAR™️ — Successful, Organized, Adaptable, Resilient and Top-Down Brain™️, which have helped students of all ages, musicians, athletes, and professionals. Juna is a mom of two amazing people, and she is on faculty at The Juilliard School PC, where she teaches "The Science of Resilience for Peak Performance and Happiness." Juna is a graduate of NYU Grossman SOM, a board-certified fellowship-trained radiologist, and a physician specializing in Mind-Body and Lifestyle Medicine. Juna is certified to teach SMART 3RP Relaxation Response Resiliency Program by the Benson Henry Institute at Harvard Medical School. She is a board-certified physician diplomat for the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Instagram @mindbody_space Podcast: mindbodyspace Meditate with me over at Juna Bobby MD on Insight Timer CONNECT WITH ME: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Coyotes have become fixtures of American life, from the biggest cities to the open range. The number of coyotes in Kansas has nearly tripled since the 1980s and they're unwelcome around ranches, farms and homes. One response is to hunt them, but the canine still finds ways to survive. Listener note: This story includes the sound of gunfire and depictions of hunting animals.
Episode 56 of the "New Ice City" podcast will get you set for the New York Rangers' biggest game of the season so far, as they travel to Carolina to take on the Hurricanes in a battle for first place in the Metro Division. 'Canes reporter Sara Civian joins the show to help breakdown the matchup, plus host Vincent Mercogliano offers his analysis of where the Rangers' stand at the midway point of the season and answers Twitter questions from fans.
WE ARE BACK! After the untimely death of our founder, Collin Kartchner, Save The Kids is back at it again! Our new podcast host is yours truly, Nate Webb, a professional counselor, child advocate, bullying expert,, and protege of Collin Kartchner. Collin was a friend and personal mentor of mine and I am SO PUMPED to be on Save The Kids to help continue his mission.Todays episode, I talk about the top 4 ways you can help your kid be resilient and fire breathing in this scary world we live in. These are simple applicable things everyone can do. We need your help! If you want us to get into your school, please reach out to email@example.com. This mission is bigger than any one of us, so let's get to it and save some kids. STK - @savethekidsincNate - @bulliesbe.gone
These professionals have combined their knowledge of nutrition + mental health to serve the dance world + their parents! Sign up for their workshop IG: @resilientfamily_resilientteen @lisaspencernutrition First workshop Our workshop is Wednesday February 16th 2022 at 5pm PST More dance tips at @alignfitnessbyallie
Rama Youssef was 12 years old when she left Syria, escaping violence caused by the beginning of the Syrian Civil War. But life didn't get easier for Rama when she arrived in the United States. Conflict followed her from a young age and she had to learn how to overcome fear and trauma to create a new life. A content warning: this episode contains descriptions of war and violence that may be sensitive to some listeners. Many Roads to Here is a production of The Immigrant Story. This episode was produced by Emily Denny. Audio editing was done by Richard March, assisted by Gregg Palmer. Our executive producer is Sankar Raman. For more episodes, https://theimmigrantstory.org/category/episode/ or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Many Roads to Here are expanding. We're looking for radio producers, especially those from immigrant communities and communities of color, to join our team. We're all-volunteer for now, but we've got dreams. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For more stories, visit theimmigrantstory.org/manyroads, listen live at prp.fm, or stream us wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is made possible by a generous contribution by Oregon Cultural Trust.
Today I'm talking to Paralympic triathlete Amy Dixon.Amy is a visually impaired professional triathlete and a member of the USA Paratriathlon National Team. When Amy was in college, she was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease that caused her to progressively lose her vision. As circumstances have changed, Amy has always pivoted back to her passions, first as a student, then as a professional sommelier, and finally as a world-class triathlete. She is a nine-time ITU World Paratriathlon Event Medalist and competed at the Tokyo Paralympics. Amy is continuing to train for the 2024 Paris games while working to inspire the next generation of triathletes.We talk about:Being resilient and figuring things out as you go alongMultitasking and prioritizationPassing on the knowledge we learned the hard wayTo get the latest tools to help you build your own career right now, check out these other FREE resources at Madam Athlete:Negotiation: Grab your worksheet to prepare yourself for your next negotiationGoal-Setting Mini Course: Get started in the FREE Goal-Setting mini-course today!Managing Perfectionism: Download my 3 favorite exercises to fight off perfectionismBook Club: Sign up here to join the book clubKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram: @theMadamAthleteFacebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthlete
This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of therapy: www.betterhelp.com/habitsofagoddess Hello Beautiful! I hope you enjoy these Align Affirmations. Listen 21 days in a row to see results. Thank you for listening. Have a beautiful day! Here's how to support the podcast: buymeacoffee.com/habitofagoddess 10% off your first month of therapy:www.betterhelp.com/habitsofagoddess Enroll in the Goddess Inner Work: The Self-Love Course here:bit.ly/3AdGTYK Instagram: www.instagram.com/habitsofagoddess Youtube: www.youtube.com/habitsofagoddess Website: www.habitofagoddess.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/habits-of-a-goddess/support
Bill Marquard, managing director, Monitor Deloitte, talks with Resilient host Mike Kearney about how resilient leaders are able to connect disparate dots and find common characteristics to raise the resilience quotient for themselves, their teams, and their organizations.
Most people abandon their New Year's Resolutions by mid-January. This often occurs because people make resolutions based on what they feel like they should want, rather than what they actually do want. In other words, their goals and resolutions aren't in alignment with their purpose.On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson discuss how we can identify and pursue our purpose, and why it's so valuable to have one in the first place. They explore questions and strategies that can help us develop clarity on what we find meaningful, what our core values are, and how we'd like to spend our time.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction3:00: Why spend time discussing how to have a purpose?11:00: Nonverbal ways to establish yourself in your purpose12:50: Ways to be flexible that make purpose accessible17:45: Fresh starts help us retain freedom in the present21:20: How to listen to yourself when it's unclear what you want26:05: Getting feedback from others and abandoning doomed pursuits32:10: Moving past the inner critic and fear of letting others down38:10: Five questions to ask yourself48:15: Soul work and sacredness50:30: Doing what helps you look at things differently54:10: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:From Dr. Hanson: The Foundations of Well-Being brings together the lessons of a lifetime of practice into one year-long online program. Podcast listeners can use the code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off! Please don't hesitate to apply for a scholarship if you're in need. Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
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This is a story about how one man entered startup life, rose to great prominence, got battered in the press and endured a very public downfall, and then got back up again and kept pushing his life's mission to improve public health forward.
“The Other Side” With Jim HallinanJim Hallinan has been a high school teacher since 2001 in southern New Jersey. During that time, he taught Health and Physical Education to 10th grade and 12th grade students and could not ignore the drastic decline in fitness levels and nutritional knowledge. It has become a passion of his to educate these students on proper nutrition and exercise. His teaching experience led him to create “Jimmy Nutrition” - a personality who works as a motivational nutrition and mindset coach. This episode was educational, and a ton of fun as we talked about the school system, climbing the rope in gym class, motivational coaching experiences, masculinity and femininity, peanut butter in the backseat and so much more. If this episode resonates with you, please consider rating, reviewing and sharing it with anyone who you believe would benefit from the message. Jim Hallinan InstagramJim Hallinan LinktreeBuilding Men InstagramBuilding Men WebsiteBuilding Men YouTubeBuilding Men FacebookBuildingmencoach@gmail.comBook a free coaching call with Building MenCheck out our sponsors Finish The Race – Home of the official Building Men gearBecome Stronger Industries For more information about our Hero's Journey Men's Retreat email us at: Buildingmencoach@gmail.com
In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros answer questions during the live podcast Adopting A Never Quit Mindset. They talked about staying consistent and never quitting on your goals. So if you're about to give up on something that you've been working on, know that you are not alone in that journey, and tune in to be motivated to keep going. Join the next monthly event (Feb. 2022): Creating Financial Abundance https://calendly.com/alanlazaros/monthly-event-creating-financial-abundanceWhat are you waiting for? Grab this FREE COURSE now! https://next-level-university-courses.teachable.com/p/what-it-takes-to-get-to-the-next-levelGroup coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite
Join us live for a discussion with Margi and John about alternative approaches to New Year's Resolutions. ————— We are 100% donor funded! Please click HERE to donate and keep this content coming! Click here to donate monthly: $10 $25 $50 ————— Show Notes: Thrive Unite Thrive St. George A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose by Eckhart Tolle "Small Things Often" podcast by John and Julie Gottman The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country's Foremost Relationship Expert by John M. Gottman Ana Mardoll's Instagram "Secular Buddhism" by Noah Rasheta "Christmas After a Mormon Faith Crisis" with Margi Dehlin Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples by Harville Hendrix Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar by Cheryl Strayed Untamed by Glennon Doyle The Awakened Family: How to Raise, Empowered, Resilient, and Conscious Children by Shefali Tsabary The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children by Shefali Tsabary Out of Control: Why Disciplining Your Child Doesn't Work and What Will by Shefali Tsabary One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way by Robert Maurer Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg "The Hidden Brain" podcast Relationship Intelligence by Esther Perel Flourish Therapy (Utah-specific) LGBTQ+-Affirmative Therapist Guild (Utah chapter of nationwide guild) Symmetry Solutions Margi Dehlin blog and life coaching
I'm so excited to share with you today my conversation with author and yoga teacher, Octavia Raheem, who has moved her practice to teaching rest, restorative yoga, and Yoga Nidra. Octavia shares her story of how she unknowingly over-exercised her way into the hospital, and from there started on a journey to transform her life through the practice of rest. From one wounded healer to another, we talk about how from our greatest pain points come our greatest growth, and how rest, even in its simplest form, can lead us closer to courage, awareness, joy, and resiliency. Octavia's book Gather focuses on courage, rest, and connecting to your Ancestors, and her new book Pause, Rest, Be: Stillness Practices for Courage During Times of Change is releasing February 1, 2022. Octavia owned a brick and mortar yoga studio until August 2020. She is a mother, online business owner, author, and life partner (wife) who prioritizes rest for her and her family despite the sometimes hectic pace of life. She describes one of her greatest joys to be supporting high achieving and driven people in resting AT WORK. Her clients include lululemon, The Highland Project, KIPP, and Civic Lab. Can we hang?? Here are all the ways! Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: https://mollycarmel.com/signup/ Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Molly's IG (I love a DM!): https://www.instagram.com/mollycarmel/ Molly's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG1GiXHci_XlL4xMXL6-Ajg?view_as=subscriber Molly's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws Produced by Dear Media
We are living in an era in which Americans–especially younger ones–say they are increasingly traumatized. In one recent study, 82% of Gen Z respondents said they regularly felt so sad that nothing could cheer them up. And that was before the pandemic. What is happening? Are things really worse now than they were for the generation that lived through the world wars? Or the Great Depression? And why does it feel–at least in some parts of the culture–that victimhood grants us status? George Bonanno has thought deeply about these questions. He's a clinical psychologist at Columbia University, where he heads the Loss, Trauma, and Emotions Lab, and he has studied the nature of human resilience for over 30 years. Bonanno's work with war veterans, 9/11 survivors and more provides an antidote to the idea that humans are fragile or helpless in the face of loss, challenge and grief. Instead, Bonanno claims, when people are exposed to violent or life-threatening events, those events are only “potentially traumatic” and that “a good part of the rest of it is up to us.” His new book is called The End of Trauma: How the New Science of Resilience is Changing How We Think About PTSD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is the annual update looking at the year ahead, including some announcements and insights from behind the scenes. When it comes to The Permaculture Podcast, I'm trying some different things with the show this year. First, episodes will be the length that they need to be. This arises as there are episodes where […] The post State of the Podcast Address appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
"I was planning to go to the marathon last year but this injury came up. I still have unfinished business on the track so after world champs, I'm going to try to debut at a fall marathon. Hopefully New York or something. That was my main thing. Once I switch my focus and I'm doing the marathon, I'm going to do some damage there." Shadrack Kipchirchir is the newly-crowned 2022 USATF cross country champion. He is a 2016 Olympian and has not missed a U.S. world outdoor championship team since he switched allegiances from Kenya to America in 2014. After he kicked to the win on Saturday, I tried doing a little bit of research into his upbringing and his career path and honestly couldn't find much. This is someone who has the 4th-fastest U.S. 10,000 meter time and has won six U.S. titles. So I reached out to him and invited him onto the show. This is his first-ever podcast interview and we went through his early days in Kenya growing up as one of nine kids, why he came to America to run for Western Kentucky and then Oklahoma State, why he enlisted in the Army before even thinking of the opportunity of being able to run for Team USA and how he's found success. Last year, he suffered the first major injury of his career with a torn calf that knocked him out of making his second Olympic team. He cross-trained his butt off and roared back with the cross country victory in his first race in 294 days. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson are joined by James Baraz, a meditation teacher for over 40 years and cofounder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center, to explore how we can find still find joy during difficult times. We discuss how to balance a sense of equanimity with compassion for the suffering of the world, and how cultivating joy at an individual level can support healing at the collective level.About our Guest: James is the coauthor of Awakening Joy: 10 Steps to True Happiness, and leads the popular online course of the same name. He is also the guiding teacher of One Earth Sangha, a website devoted to expressing a Buddhist response to climate change.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:45: Why joy is important in Buddhism5:05: James' journey to prioritizing joy11:40: How to practice awakening joy without turning away from suffering17:20: Putting yourself back together after cultivating awareness of suffering24:10: The 10 Steps of Awakening Joy28:45: How people can use emotionally positive states in contemplative practice32:00: Positivity in relation to the climate crisis and other collective challenges38:05: Equanimity, compassion, including both sides of the river43:35: The great perfection47:10: James' realistic hope for the next 25 years 49:30: RecapAwakening Joy: Awakening Joy is an internationally recognized course designed to awaken joy through exciting themes and practices that incline the mind toward well-being and deeper insight. It's a 5-month course taught online by James, check it out and learn more here. Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
This month's episode of AASHTO's ETAP Podcast will focus on the upcoming 2022 Transportation Research Board's Annual Meeting as well as provide a preview for the TRB Sustainability and Emerging Transportation Technology Conference taking place in March. This year's meeting will be of particular interest to environmental practitioners and is titled: Innovating an Equitable, Resilient, Sustainable, and Safe Transportation System. With over 800 information sessions and meetings, TRB will cover a wide array of topics across all modes within this year's theme. Joining us to discuss the 101st TRB Annual Meeting is Tim Sexton; Chief Sustainability Officer at the Minnesota Department of Transportation and Chair of the Transportation Research Board's Transportation and Sustainability Committee. Tim will also provide a preview of the TRB Sustainability and Emerging Transportation Technology (SETT) Conference taking place in Irvine, California, March 15-18, 2022.
In Episode 117 of The People's Scientist podcast, the first episode of 2022, I add in a new section called "Forgeone Facts" and start off with some Neuroscience based strategies to help form new habits and to help break old habits as the new year begins. I continue on in the episode discussing a study published a few months ago that concludes individuals who are fans of horror movies, ranked better in regard to their mental health and preparedness during the pandemic. Is there any logic to that? Tune in to find out! Want to buy me a coffee to say thanks for the episode? You can do so via Venmo or Patreon below.Venmo ID: Steph-CalPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/DrSCaligiuriFollow me on social media to see the papers I cite in this week's episode:IG: Dr.SCaligiuriFB: ThePeoplesScientistTwitter: DrSCaligiuriLinkedin: Stephanie CaligiuriTikTok: Dr.SCaligiuri See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Resilient leadership is all about bouncing back from adversity and applying your lived experiences to help others advance. This discussion is prompted by the recent events around the world wreaking havoc on individuals, families, communities, organizations, and more. Change is inevitable, so is adversity. However, there are ways to navigate adversity and still come out on top! Our Expert Panelists Natalie Robinson Bruner is the Founder & Principal Consultant of Glad Ed Solutions. Natalie is passionate about serving and educating the community through leadership and workforce development. As the Division Director of Racial and Gender Equity Advancement at YWCA South Florida, Natalie oversees all functional operations and program management of the organization's community and women's programming focused on economic development, global education, and social justice leading to racial and gender equity. She leads a multi-tiered division that produces leaders who go on to accomplish great things. Through her work at the YWCA, she directly impacts thousands of people throughout South Florida to ensure they have the skills, knowledge, and motivation to positively shape their future. Before joining YWCA South Florida, Natalie served as the Director of the STEM Gateway Program at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. In this position, she managed multiple multi-million dollar grants that helped more than 20,000 students build the skills necessary to graduate, restructured university systems, collaborated with other institutions to form synergistic alliances, developed a policy that impacted under-resourced students, and served as a thought leader for equitable opportunities in education, which continues until now. The passion of her heart came when Natalie founded Glad • ED Solutions, where she trains and coaches leaders to better engage their workforce as well as create a culture of productivity that helps individuals flourish and organizations thrive. Please take the time to look at her bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nrbruner/ Natalie is hosting a mini-conference January 8, 2022 from 11am-2:30pm EST on having a toxic-free year. This is an opportunity to learn how to remove toxicity from your environment, relationships, work, and body. Eric L. Johnson is the founder and CEO of E4 Inspiring Motivations where he provides breakthrough solutions for next-level moves. Eddie L. Johnson is a breakthrough expert, speaker, author, and servant leader who brings joy and life to situations. An encourager with an upbeat attitude toward others, Eddie has a unique ability to find the best in everyone. Eddie is the Founder and CEO of E4 Inspiring Motivations, a personal and professional development company that specializes in helping business professionals discover purpose, which leads to meaningful and continued success. E4 Inspiring Motivations also train business professionals to successfully break through adversity so they can adjust and remain productive in their personal and professional lives. Eddie is the author of the book Passing the Test of Faith and is a firm believer that we are blessed in various ways to be a blessing to others. Purchase your copy at www.eddieljohnson.com/book --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anika-wilson/message
Today's ETAP Podcast will focus on the upcoming 2022 Transportation Research Board's Annual Meeting as well as provide a preview for the TRB Sustainability and Emerging Transportation Technology Conference taking place in March. This year's meeting will be of particular interest to environmental practitioners and is titled: Innovating an Equitable, Resilient, Sustainable, and Safe Transportation System. With over 800 information sessions and meetings, TRB will cover a wide array of topics across all modes within this year's theme. Joining us to discuss the 101st TRB Annual Meeting is Tim Sexton; Chief Sustainability Officer at the Minnesota Department of Transportation and Chair of the Transportation Research Board's Transportation and Sustainability Committee. Tim will also provide a preview of the TRB Sustainability and Emerging Transportation Technology (SETT) Conference taking place in Irvine, California, March 15-18, 2022.
Pandemie, Klimakrise, Terror: Wer wünscht sich da nicht ein dickes Fell? Resilienz heißt das Zauberwort der Stunde. Aber was macht uns resilient? Darüber diskutieren die Philosophin Svenja Flaßpöhler und der Soziologe Andreas Reckwitz.
Towering dunes along the north shore of Silver Lake put nearby homes at risk of sinking into shifting sands. Though residents have tried moving mounds of sand in efforts to protect their homes, they have watched helplessly as well-built houses were buried right before their eyes. As a local sheriff oversaw the cleanup of a recently destroyed cottage, he affirmed the process couldn’t be opposed or prevented. No matter how hard homeowners try to avoid the dangers of these unsteady embankments, the dunes simply cannot provide a strong foundational support. Jesus knew the futility of building a house on sand. After warning the disciples to be wary of false prophets, the Lord assured them that loving obedience demonstrates wisdom (Matthew 7:15-23). He said that everyone who hears His words and “puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock” (Matthew 7:24). The one who hears God’s words and chooses not to put them into practice, however, is “like a foolish man who built his house on sand” (v. 26). When circumstances feel like shifting sands burying us under the weight of affliction or worries, we can place our hope in Christ‒our Rock. He will help us develop resilient faith built on the unshakeable foundation of His unchanging character.
My guest today is Renard Turner, an independent, African-American, sustainable farmer. Along with his wife, he raises gourmet goats and squab at Vanguard Ranch Natural Gourmet in Virginia. He is also the opening keynote speaker at the upcoming conference, Together We Can, from Future Harvest. I wanted to learn more about Renard and how those […] The post Renard Turner – Land-Based Culture and New Age Agrarianism appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.
What should we feel after a comeback win over the Ravens? Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond are here with fresh playoff scenarios, thoughts on a resilient win at Baltimore and the larger conversation about Matthew Stafford...plus a little bit on upcoming coaching movement now that teams can contact employed coaches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the Harvard Center for International Development's Beyond COVID podcast. This podcast is a series of conversations with CID faculty experts on various key dimensions of COVID response and recovery. Our goal with these conversations, and with CID's Beyond COVID research initiative, is to make use of lessons learned and capitalize on emergent innovations sparked by the pandemic in order to address losses and reimagine global development in the post-COVID era. This week, we are joined by Karen Dynan, Professor of the Practice in the Department of Economics at Harvard University and Former Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy and Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. CID Student Ambassador Nicah Santos sat down with Karen on December 16, 2021, to discuss resilient macroeconomic policies and inclusive economic growth.
Do you ever look at other business owners online and think, damn they are lucky, they don't have any challenges to deal with? In today's episode, I chat with Kate Ruby Aroha about how comparing yourself to others online isn't helpful and how to make sure you keep on going and never give up, even when times are challenging. Full shownotes at https://clarewood.com/podcast/episode138/
On today's episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson talk with Dr. Zindel Segal about Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), an eight-week group therapy program designed to help those who suffer from chronic unhappiness and prevent relapse after episodes of severe clinical depression.About our Guest: Dr. Segal is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto at Scarborough, and one of the creators of MBCT. He specializes in mood disorders, particularly depression, and has had an enormous influence on the clinical adoption of mindfulness-based practices and their addition to more traditional forms of cognitive therapy.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:00: Origins of MBCT4:30: Why Segal prioritized studying mindfulness as an intervention to depression7:10: Comparing MBCT with traditional CBT10:20: What about depression makes us more reactive to thoughts and feelings?13:15: Mindfulness of sadness vs direct experience18:35: MBCT practices explained23:10: Three minute breathing space exercise31:00: Attentional control training33:45: Managing feelings of inadequacy39:00: Motivation and implicit compassion43:15: Ongoing practices after the MBCT course45:45: Creating access to mindfulness resources48:15: RecapFrom Dr. Hanson: The Foundations of Well-Being brings together the lessons of a lifetime of practice into one year-long online program. Podcast listeners can use the code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off! Please don't hesitate to apply for a scholarship if you're in need. Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
This episode feature Matt Markins (Chief Strategy Officer of Awana). Matt offers great insight for building a strong community within our children and student ministries.
Last week we explored the resiliency strategies of bringing attention to life meaning, gratitude and savoring joy. This episode we will apply these emotional skills to our relationships and double the positive impact on our long term well being and optimistic outlook
The Message that helps and leads us to resiliency! 이기는 믿음을 더해주시는 말씀입니다! 1. 건강 Physical Resilience. a. Faith says: “I know God can heal me.” 믿음: “하나님은 나를 치유하실 수 있습니다” b. Resilient Faith Says: “I will love him the same, with or without the pain.”...
ในคืนวันขึ้นปีใหม่นี้ ขอให้คำนี้ดี Sleepy ASMR ส่งคุณเข้านอนพร้อมคำศัพท์ที่เป็นมงคล มีความหมายดี ที่เราคัดสรรมาแล้ว และคิดว่าคุณจะอยากโอบกอดคำศัพท์เหล่านี้ และให้มันเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของตัวคุณในปี 2022… สุขสันต์วันปีใหม่… ——————————————— รวมคำศัพท์ Auspicious (adj.) ฤกษ์งามยามดี, เป็นมงคล Fortune (n.) โชคลาภ, โชคดี Worthwhile (adj.) คุ้มค่า Accomplishment (n.) การบรรลุผลสำเร็จ Impeccable (adj.) ไร้ที่ติ Praiseworthy (adj.) ควรค่าแก่การสรรเสริญ Affection (n.) ความรู้สึกรักหรือชอบ Affluent (adj.) มั่งคั่งร่ำรวย Limitless (adj.) สุดเหวี่ยง, ไม่อั้น Liberated (adj.) เป็นอิสระจากกรอบเดิมๆ Punctual (adj.) ตรงต่อเวลา Uplifting (adj.) ดีต่อใจ, ชูใจ Victorious (adj.) ได้รับชัยชนะ Glorious (adj.) รุ่งเรือง Prosperous (adj.) สำเร็จ ร่ำรวย Reputable (adj.) มีชื่อเสียงในทางที่ดี Commendable (adj.) น่าชื่นชม Worthy (adj.) คู่ควร, สมควรได้รับ Remarkable (adj.) โดดเด่น Generosity (n.) ความมีน้ำใจ Genuine (adj.) จริงแท้ Empathetic (adj.) เข้าอกเข้าใจผู้อื่น Resilient (adj.) สามารถลุกขึ้นมาจากวิกฤตหรือความล้มเหลวได้ไว Peaceful (adj.) สงบ, สันติ Appreciation (n.) ความซาบซึ้งถึงคุณค่าหรือความสำคัญ Charming (adj.) มีเสน่ห์ Serenity (n.) ความสงบและราบรื่น Mindful (adj.) มีสติ, เอาใจใส่ Intuitive (adj.) เป็นไปตามสัญชาตญาณ Fulfilment (n.) ความรู้สึกเติมเต็ม Non-judgmental (adj.) ไม่ตัดสิน Bliss (n.) ความสุขโดยสมบูรณ์ Freedom (n.) ความเป็นอิสระ, เสรีภาพ Protected (adj.) ได้รับการคุ้มครอง Adaptable (adj.) ปรับตัวเก่ง Coveted (adj.) เป็นที่หมายปอง Determination (n.) ความมุ่งมั่น Perseverance (n.) ความเพียรพยายามไม่ย่อท้อ Hopeful (adj.) มีความหวัง Inspired (adj.) เปี่ยมแรงบันดาลใจ Opulence (n.) ความมั่งคั่ง Visionary (adj.) มีวิสัยทัศน์ Forgiving (adj.) รู้จักให้อภัย Responsible (adj.) มีความรับผิดชอบ Grateful (adj.) สำนึกในบุญคุณ Patient (adj.) อดทน Enlightened (adj.) รู้แจ้ง, เข้าใจอย่างถ่องแท้ Exhilarated (adj.) มีความสุขเบิกบานใจ
Gwen Sanchez is the fire manager on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, a landscape that encompasses sagebrush habitat up to the high Sierras. Working in fire is different than it used to be. It's nearly a 12-month season across the country, and wildfires in the West are regularly breaking records for size and severity. Fire managers are also noticing that some landscapes aren't bouncing back from severe fire like they're supposed to. We talk about what makes a resilient landscape, and what role we play in keeping lands healthy (especially when 9 out of 10 fires are human-ignited). 1:30 Artemis has been on the air for TWO YEARS 3:00 Podcast ambitions? Everything helps! 6:00 Fire management on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the largest forest in the Lower 48 14:00 Hard jobs = often very rewarding jobs 16:00 Career perk of working in fire: Being in the field often enough to get awesome sunrises and sunsets, to see places you wouldn't ordinarily see (Hawaii, Alaska, Australia) 20:00 On the Humboldt-Toiyabe, ALL types of ecosystems - from sage grouse habitat in the lowlands to 11,000-12,000 elevations in the high Sierra 23:00 "Run cards" are prepared plans that tell fire managers which resources are needed on different ecosystems for adequate initial response 24:00 Fire return intervals vary depending on the landscape; They can be relatively frequent in dry shrublands, and as long as 50-100 years in high-alpine areas that receive a lot of winter precipitation 27:00 Drought and climate change are generally compressing fire return intervals, making fire more frequent across most landscapes 29:00 "What we used to think was complex 20 years ago, that's not even close to what we're seeing as complex now." 30:00 Longer fire seasons; larger fires (in 2021 the country saw its first wildfire over a million acres); higher severity of wildfires; wildfire on new landscapes; fire altering habitat 32:00 "We're seeing things that we never thought we would see." 34:00 Fires are regularly out-performing predictive models 36:00 9 out of 10 wildfires are human-caused; How do we educate new lands users? Fire prevention can make a huge difference 42:00 Debris burns that move under the soil and pop up 50 feet away - it happens 46:00 Seeing climate change during hunting season: Less snow on the ground, less habitat resiliency, changing habitat 50:00 Resilient landscapes: How quickly can lands recover to healthy, thriving landscapes after fire? Climate change is altering resiliency 51:00 Fire treatments 53:00 Critical habitat: We can't always preserve it by leaving it alone 58:00 Forest treatments versus sagebrush treatments 1:02 Rangeland & sagebrush steppe; Sagebrush is often replaced by grass after major burn events -- it can change the makeup of those habitats; A cheatgrass burn cycle can happen as frequently as every three years 1:10 Wildfire... east vs. west; Climate change looks different depending on your geography 1:14 "We're fighting fire in different parts of the country almost 12 months out of the year right now." 1:16 Volunteer-run habitat restoration projects are a hugely beneficial use of volunteer time, add it to your 2022 resolutions to join one 1:23 Duty + service when talking about our relationship to the natural world 1:24 Hunter and Angler's Guide to Climate Change, and join us in the Artemis Facebook group to discuss more topics like this
This year is so close to the end and to celebrate we are rebroadcasting a very special episode! Today marks the end of Season 2 of the Resilient by Design Podcast and to celebrate we're sharing the MOST LISTENED TO EPISODE OF THE YEAR!
Recently we've been talking about mindset and the idea of happiness, which is the perfect topic as we wrap up the year. Today, Harvard psychology professor and happiness expert Daniel Gilbert will share his insights on how happiness can be created and expected, rather than stumbled upon. He explains why you (and your kids) could be happier than you think, even when things don't go as planned. And who wouldn't want to tap into that superpower?? Watch the full clip here, and check out Daniel's book, Stumbling on Happiness. Don't forget to check out today's sponsors: Avocado Mattress – When you're well rested, you're healthier and happier. Avocado mattresses include 100% natural latex from tree-tapped and sustainable sources, and 100% GOTS organic certified wool and cotton, making your sleep more luxurious and healthier – for you and the planet. Daily Harvest – A food delivery system that believes delicious food is based on real fruits and vegetables—and it's also incredibly convenient. Save up to $40 off with the code PGISH. Betterhelp - If you or your child are experiencing any sort of stress, I encourage you to talk to a licensed therapist. Our family has definitely benefited from it this last year that has been wrought with big emotions. Betterhelp provides online counseling and therapy services that match you with the most suitable therapist for your situation within 48 hours. Go to betterhelp.com/pgish for 10% off of your first month. As always, I'd love to hear from you! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on IG @pgishparenting, or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson reflect on 2021, and explore how to maximize what we get out of 2022. We discuss how to rest in our aspirations, claim identity-based change, reframe personal narratives, and form the habits that lead to a more grounded, meaningful life.Thank you for listening over the last year, looking forward to much more!Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.From Dr. Hanson: The Foundations of Well-Being brings together the lessons of a lifetime of practice into one year-long online program. Podcast listeners can use the code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off! Please don't hesitate to apply for a scholarship if you're in need. Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:20: How was 2021 for you?5:35: Gratitude for listener support8:25: Rick's yearly reflection process12:45: Collaging practice18:35: Language, and keeping a positive orientation toward desires and resolutions26:55: Sentence completion exercise31:10: Identity-based change35:25: Rick's approach to nature-based change39:30: Reframing personal narratives43:35: Making room for new parts of yourself in middle age46:10: Process for forming resolutions outlined.53:35: Rick and Forrest's goals for 202258:05: Drawing on the support of others59:30: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website