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The Think Marketing Podcast
114: 7 Secrets From Full-Time YouTubers They Wish They Knew Before They Started

The Think Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 35:24


In this episode, Heather finds out the 7 secrets from Full-Time YouTubers they wish they knew before they started!  Start Your Online Course for FREE & Get Instant Access to the Thinkific Online Course Masterclass 

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Episode 416. How To Connect With Your True Self With Kimberly Snyder

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 38:55


They say thoughts create our reality. But because of ego, our mind can sometimes be unreliable and untrustworthy. It produces a superficial fear that disconnects us from the voice of our intuition. That said, the only way to tune into your purpose is to look inwards and reconnect with your true self. All this takes is pausing, embracing stillness, and returning to your center. This energy shift then manifests itself into different aspects of our lives.In this episode, 3-time New York Times bestselling author Kimberly Snyder joins us to talk about her new book. Kimberly candidly shares the life experiences that led her to write books and the yogic path. She discusses teachings and practices that will allow us to tune into our purpose and connect with our true self. Finally, Kimberly expands on how ego manifests and differentiates between surface versus true confidence.If you want to know how you can connect with your true self, then tune in to this episode! This episode is brought to you by: ChromadexVisit www.truniagen.com/loved use the promo code LOVED to get 20% OFF your first purchase! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:1.Learn how to discern between your true self and your ego.2.Discover practices that will allow you to connect with your true self.3.Understand the importance of setting healthy boundaries in tuning into your purpose.Resources●Connect with Kimberly: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter●You Are More Than You Think You Are by Kimberly Snyder●The Beauty Detox Solution by Kimberly Snyder●The Beauty Detox Foods by Kimberly Snyder●Radical Beauty by Deepak Chopra and Kimberly Snyder●The Beauty Detox Power by Kimberly Snyder●Recipes for Your Perfectly Imperfect Life by Kimberly Snyder●Self-Realization Fellowship●Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder●The first 10 people to tag us on Instagram story @_kimberlysnyder and @rosieacosta will get a copy of You Are More Than You Think You Are!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website!●FREE workbook! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at RadicallyLoved.com, and I'll send it right away!Episode HighlightsThe Catalyst for Kimberly's Story●Kimberly shared her struggle in finding out what she wanted to do after college in the first chapter of her book.●She ended up backpacking as a way to seek relief from her anxiety. She stayed in Africa for seven months and Asia for 18 months with little money.●Kimberly grew up as a mixed-race in an almost 100% Caucasian town. She never felt like she fit in.●India was the place that had the most impact on her. It is where she learned about yoga and meditation for the first time.●The yogic science teaches about energy concentration and withdrawal and connecting to the true self.Stepping into the Flow●She learned and started practicing the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda.●Kimberly came back to the US three years later broke and still lost. She sublet a place and returned to teaching Yoga Asana and nutrition school.●The Teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda helped her create something out of nothing.●She started stepping into the flow upon creating her free WordPress blog. It spread out to New York City shortly after telling her yoga students about it.●Kimberly eventually set out to work with celebrities and appeared on Good Morning America and Dr. Oz regularly.Getting into Writing Books●Her first book deal with HarperCollins was The Beauty Detox Solution, which sold a million copies.●The second book she wrote was a complete book, followed by the third book about chakra called “The Beauty Detox Power”.●She co-wrote her third book “Radical Beauty” with Deepak Chopra. It was about Ayurveda and spirituality.●The fifth book, "The Beauty Detox Power" was about the mind and body.●"You Are More Than You Think You Are" is Kimberly's full playbook. She signed the book deal three days after giving birth to her second son.Tuning into Our Purpose●You Are More Than You Think You Are is a guidebook. It teaches about practices, techniques, and teachings for creating in life.●Connecting with the true self is the first step to finding our purpose.●Thoughts can both be supportive and unsupportive. It goes back to our ego and how we think of ourselves.●Wayne Dyer: 2% of who we are is the outer shell of looking and doing. The true self is our formless, stable, courageous, and infinitely creative part.●The true self is the voice of our intuition, heart, and guts. Meanwhile, the ego is often fear-based and keeps us small and limited.How to Connect With Our True Self●We can connect with our true selves through stillness and coming back to our center.●The solution is not at the same place as the problem. What is needed is to balance our time in outer doing and conduct practices of inner connection.●Kimberly's Practical Enlightenment Meditation is only around 7 to 8 minutes. It allows you to turn inward, withdraw your senses, and connect in.●It is a great idea to do journaling after a meditation session.●Strengthening our dynamic allows us to gain greater flow and energy and get powerful at manifesting.Discerning Between Ego and Intuition●Ego is about pushing; living from intuition is like a river that is flowing.●The ego is a trickster that creates fear and makes our thoughts unreliable. The one clear channel we can rely on is the body's wisdom.●The true self is speaking when our body feels expansive; tightness and constriction mean we are aligning with the ego.●It is critical to pause, make a shift, and recognize the feeling in our body when we are identifying with our ego. It is experiential.Applying the Practices from the Book●The actual application of the practices from the book is critical to experiencing an energy shift in your life.●Kimberly's rock bottom period happened when she lost her mom to cancer and became a single mom shortly after.●A monk from the Self-Realization Fellowship advised her to treat her home like an ashram for five months. She went deep into practicing teachings from ancient texts.●Kimberly rose out of grief five months after. She developed a deep sense of trust and wholeness.●Listen to the full episode to hear how Kimberly met her husband after connecting with her true self!Dealing with Unsupportive People●Setting boundaries is not about keeping out what we do not want. Energy is about keeping what we want.●State your boundaries from a place of clarity while keeping the love and firmness in your voice. That way, the other person will know it's a non-negotiable.●Knowing the true self means knowing that you do not have to defend or explain yourself. ●People respond differently when you practice the power of autonomy. It also comes from a deep place of deserving.Where Real Confidence Stems from●The root of all confident issues goes back to identifying with the ego.●Surface confidence is different from real confidence. Real confidence comes down to the statement: “I am what I am.” ●It's about being confident for being alive and being a unique creation of spirit. Nothing can take this core part away from us.●Our self-worth should come from this inner place. It creates a deep sense of naturalness and easefulness that draws people and harmony in.How Kimberly Feels Radically Loved●We all have different ideas of love that we form as children.●Feeling radically loved is a heart-bursting, open, and unconditional love that comes from the practice of tuning in.●It's the radical understanding that we need to do nothing for love; we just need to be who we are.●It's a beautiful gift to find love just by being in the fullness of the moment.●The world would become brighter and more connected if everyone had access to their inner peace.5 Powerful Quotes[09:59] “It's all around the central theme though, which is really connecting with the true self. So I think when people are searching for purpose, or they're trying to create what they want in their life, we need to talk about this.”[11:31] "The thoughts that come from out here, the ego, are often fear-based, Rosie. They keep us small and limited. They tell us, it's trying to keep us safe, in a sense, the ego is, but a lot of it is based on limitation."[16:34] "The ego is like a trickster. So it starts to put these fears in our minds. And then we start to say, oh, yeah, you know, I want to be meditating. But actually, I need to do like five more things on my to-do list or I could squeeze in these three emails, or whatever it is."[26:11] “Remember that boundaries aren't about keeping out what we don't want…boundaries are to keep in what I want.”[29:09] “The root issue of all these confidence issues goes back to, ‘Am I identifying with the ego, or am I identifying with the true self?'”About KimberlyKimberly Snyder is a meditation and spiritual teacher, holistic wellness specialist, and nutritionist. She is the founder of the holistic lifestyle brand Solluna® and the online wellness community Solluna Circle. Additionally, Kimberly is a 3-time New York Times bestselling author and author of 6 books. She is the host of the top-rated Feel Good Podcast.As Hollywood's go-to nutritionist, Kimberly has worked with top celebrities, including Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, and Channing Tatum. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and Elle.You can learn more about Kimberly's work on her website. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Tips for optimal brain health with Drs Dean & Ayesha Sherzai

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 29:31


In Episode #188 we hear from Neurologist's Drs Dean & Ayesha Sherzai on building a lifestyle that promotes brain health.Topics covered include:- The optimal daily routine for brain health- Nutrition for brain health- Healthy fats and the ketogenic diet- Depression and the importance of a lifestyle approach- Tips for reducing stress and creating clarity for your mindLots of valuable tips and reminders in here. I hope you enjoy it.Resources:Connect with Team Sherzai on InstagramPurchase the Sherzai's new book The 30 Day Alzheimer's SolutionWant to support the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports PhysiotherapistCreator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my two week meal plan

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #112 - Deferring Taxes Using 1031 Exchanges & Delaware Statutory Trusts with Jamie & Patrick Furlong

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 60:32


Both 1031 Exchanges and Delaware statutory trusts are essential instruments for financial planning. In today's episode, we explore more about the deferring taxes using 1031 Exchanges and Delaware statutory trusts with Jamie & Patrick Furlong. Jamie & Patrick specialize in 1031 Exchanges with DST's and other securitized real estate investments. They exclusively serve clients seeking to acquire replacement properties in a 1031 exchange, navigate the complexities and time restrictions in the ever-changing 1031 environment through their company, Legacy Investment Real Estate. [04:05] Story of Jamie & Patrick – Patrick shares their origin story, what they do, and how they do it. [11:32] Delaware Statutory Trust – Jamie and Patrick explain Delaware statutory trust in detail, sharing compressive real-life examples. [19:37] Importance of DST - Jamie talks about the significance of Delaware statutory trust and why someone should invest a property into a Delaware statutory trust in the first place. [33:15] Holding Period - Non-traded real estate investment trusts can bring you a vast misfortune. Jamie discusses the holding time you should consider when contemplating real estate investment trusts. [37:46] Role of the Manager – Patrick talks about the manager's role in Delaware statutory trusts. [46:49] 1031 Exchange Tax Code – Jamie and Patrick talk about the predictable changes in the 1031 Exchange tax code. Resources: Connect with Jamie and Patrick: Website: legacyire.com Jamie LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jamie-furlong-927b9658/ Email: jamie@legacy1031exchange.com   Patrick LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/farmranch1031exchangennn/ Email: patrick@legacy1031exchange.com

The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber
TCF474: You Are Not Alone with Ben Schneider

The Contractor Fight with Tom Reber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 54:42


Tom and Dan talk with guest Ben Schneider. Ben is the owner of Peak Sodding in North Carolina and is also a BATTLEGROUND program member. Ben discusses how you're not alone in the business world, getting involved in a community that can help you grow, building relationships, and the changes he has made to his business that turned his business and family life around.   In this episode, we talk about… Mistakes he was making in his business and changes he made that turned his business around His mental state when his business was not doing well How he used social media to find the right subcontractors Why it is important to have a good relationship with your subcontractors and what he does to do so How he came to know about the contractor fight programs and insights he got from being a part of the community His interaction with the other members of the community How knowing your numbers will help you grow your business, and why so many people are intimidated about doing so How the contractor fight programs proved to be one of the biggest game-changer for his mindset Spending your marketing money when demand is the highest Ben's experience at the Contractor Fight Profit Summit in Denver What he wishes he had known before starting his business How you're not alone mentality helped him to succeed in his business Resources: Connect with Ben, Peak Sodding: https://peaksodding.com/  Want the success Ben is enjoying for yourself? Join us in BATTLEGROUND - Everything your contracting business needs in one comprehensive program with three main focus areas: Leadership, Communication, and Numbers. For more info check out: https://TheContractorFight.com/Battleground    Get your free copy of Tom's book Winning the Contractor Fight (just pay to ship): https://thecontractorfight.com/book Connect with other contractors building stronger businesses in The Contractor Fight: http://thecontractorfight.com/facebook Grab the Gear: https://gear.thecontractorfight.com/ == Find Us on Social Media: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TomReber Instagram: http://thecontractorfight.com/ig Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecontractorfight/  

Mom & Mind
217: Managing a Physical Disability During Pregnancy and Postpartum

Mom & Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 39:13


Today's show gives us a unique perspective on pregnancy and the postpartum while managing a physical disability. Join us to hear our guest's inspiring story. Rachel Brousseau is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Drama Therapist, Drama Therapy Board Certified Trainer, and Perinatal Mental Health Certified Therapist. She has a private practice in Burbank, CA, where she specializes in helping highly sensitive mothers throughout their motherhood journey. She is the co-founder of the Creative Center for Motherhood, supporting moms through the use of group creative expression. Rachel has presented for Maternal Mental Health NOW, the North American Drama Therapy Association, USC School of Social Work, Cal State LA, and Heartbeat. She is also a Parent and Me class facilitator and teaches at the Drama Therapy Institute of Los Angeles. Through her personal experience, Rachel is driven to help mothers feel connected so that they never have to feel alone. Show Highlights: Rachel's story of being diagnosed with a very rare autoimmune disease that affects her muscles at age five; as the progression happened, she had frequent falls and times when she couldn't walk or navigate stairs How Rachel still played sports and performed in theater with adaptations Why Rachel struggled as an adult to get insurance, being forced to get creative with the medical system to get the services she needed How Rachel learned to advocate for herself and can now support and advocate for her clients How heavy steroids as a child led to eye problems like cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal detachment Why Rachel rejected the idea of parenthood because she overheard a doctor tell her parents that she would never have children How Rachel reconsidered pregnancy after her marriage, even though there was no research to go on for mothers with her condition When she became pregnant, things went well until her third trimester, when she began falling frequently After giving birth, she began having scary thoughts about falling and dropping the baby and her baby getting sick or inheriting her illness How she began attending a Mommy & Me yoga class about 2-3 months postpartum; there were a lot of stairs at the studio, and Rachel was told to “get in shape” when she inquired about an elevator How a similar experience at a second yoga studio left her feeling shut out, unwanted, and like she “couldn't do motherhood well” How art therapy finally left her feeling acknowledged and made all the difference How Rachel handled going back to work with certain accommodations Why Rachel started researching perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, making sense of it all, and determining to help other moms Why Rachel stuck with strict criteria for her private practice office space to accommodate herself and her clients Rachel's checklist to consider for disability and accessibility How support and telehealth help during the postpartum period Rachel's advice for those with disabilities in dealing with “able-ist” attitudes, microaggressions, astonishment, and assumptions Why therapists and providers should take a support role and not an expert stance Resources: Connect with Rachel on her Website and Facebook.

EdCuration: Where We Reshape Learning
Primary Teachers Share Evidence-Based Success for Emerging Readers

EdCuration: Where We Reshape Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 26:51


Kindergarten teachers Allison Martinez and Kelly Spinks, share the challenge of engaging beginning readers in leveled, uninspired texts and how decodable Express Readers have changed their own practice, created excitement and fun, and have consistently improved student reading outcomes.   Resources: Connect to Express Readers Free Digital Decodable Book Workshop & Resources   EdCuration's Certified EdTrustees Micro Professional Learning ExPLorations EdCuration's Blog: Learning in Action EdCuration's upcoming Online Events  

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Episode 413. Finding Your Rhythm and Spiritual Connections with Agapi Stassinopoulos

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 42:05


Getting caught up in negative situations often blind our emotions and judgment. It detaches us from our rhythm and leads us deeper into a never-ending rabbit hole. The fall eventually isolates us from the spiritual realm. While reconnecting with our spirit may seem impossible, getting back on track begins with something as easy as quieting your mind. Once you regain your presence, you can invite the spirit in and awaken your inner master.In this episode, best-selling author Agapi Stassinopoulos gives a sneak peek of her latest book, Speaking With Spirit. Agapi discusses her experience of writing the book amid the pandemic and how it called her to practice. She also reveals how we can find our rhythm and invite our spirit in. Finally, Agapi guides us in seeking our inner master and maximizing our inherent potential. This episode is brought to you by: SugarBreakVisit www.sugarbreak.com/rosie and use code ROSIE for 15% off your entire order! Daily HarvestGo to www.dailyharvest.com/loved to get $40 OFF your first box!Cat PersonYou will love Cat Person as much as Tessa does! Go to www.catperson.com/lovedAnd use code LOVED to get nearly 50% OFF your starter box. FabulousStart building your ideal routine today! www.thefab.co/loved to get 25% off Fabulous Premium! BabbelGet a 3-month Babbel subscription for FREE that's 6 months for the price of 3. Visit www.babbel.com and use promo code: LOVEDIf you'd like to replenish your spiritual energy and find your own rhythm, tune in to this episode!Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:1.Find out what it means to speak to your spirit and invite it in.2.Learn how to get in tune with your rhythm.3.Discover your inner master and how you can pay it forward.Resources●Connect with Agapi: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Email●Radically Loved Episode 67: Wake Up to the Joy of You with Agapi Stassinopoulos●Speaking with Spirit by Agapi Stassinopoulos●Wake Up to the Joy of You by Agapi Stassinopoulos●Download Agapi's 33 Guided Meditations from Wake Up To The Joy Of You here!●Unbinding the Heart by Agapi Stassinopoulos●Gods and Goddesses in Love by Agapi Stassinopoulos●Conversations with the Goddesses by Agapi Stassinopoulos●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at RadicallyLoved.com, and I'll send it right away!Episode HighlightsSpeaking With Spirit●Agapi's new book is called Speaking With Spirit: 52 Prayers to Guide, Inspire, and Uplift You. She wrote the book during the pandemic. ●As a person who thrives in heart, joy, and connection, living in lockdown was like being in exile for Agapi.●Prayer and the aliveness of connecting with spirit is not a theory. We get called in to practice all the time, not just on special occasions.●Tune in to the episode to hear excerpts of some affirmative quotes from her book!●The spirit will feel like our next breath if we quiet the mind and come into presence.Finding Your Rhythm●Agapi's number one spiritual teacher was her mother. ●Her mother had a rhythm of eternity; nothing could rush her. She never allowed herself to get caught up in other people's rhythms.●Her sister is an AAA type who achieves and simultaneously does many things.●Agapi is a lover and entertainer who likes creating connections with other people.●The world's demands keep us off our rhythm and vibration. Disconnecting from worldly pressure takes incredible courage.Getting to the Spirit●Agapi wrote the book to give people permission to acknowledge that they are loved exactly as they are.●We don't need to prove our values to other people and to our spirit.●You need to stop, ask, and listen to get to the spirit.●Listen to the full episode to hear a hilarious story about a monk who wanted to serve God!On Betraying the Moments●We end up going to bed empty and depleted when we betray the moments. ●We often turn to our phones to get some simulation. What we should do instead is turn them off and do something we love to cheer us up.●Reading books and listening to her favorite pop music are some of Agapi's preferred uplifting activities.How to Come into the Awakened Moment●Pick up a pen and something to write on. Then, write down your prayers.●Drafting your prayers steers us into a vulnerable moment. Reciting devotion wires the brain into a mindset that you're not alone.●The creation of our physical bodies remains unknown. The mystery entitles us to refer to ourselves as the miracle of life ●It requires a certain trust to open up to your miraculousness. Faith requires you to do something without knowing what's ahead.Finding Comfort and Grace in the Loss of a Loved One●Listen to the episode to hear Rosie's heartfelt story about how the book's prayer consoled her after her father's heart attack!●Sometimes, there are no words to say to someone going through grief or loss. Give them love, compassion, and a safe space to cry.●Rosie gained the courage and comfort she needed to get through it by reading a passage from the book.●The uncertainty of a life-and-death situation calls for the spirit to come in and hold our hands.●The more we learn to ask, receive, and recognize that we're not alone, the more we can pass it on.Inviting the Spirit In●For Agapi, not having the connection she needed while writing the book was like cutting off her lifeforce.●She found the lifeforce back inside. She had to comfort herself and bring little things to make her day better.●When writing the book, she sought direction, guidance, and support from within.●Agapi found the gift as she proceeded with new chapters and prayers. ●She wants to pass on the gift while also practicing it herself.Our Inner Master●Agapi sometimes can't believe that she wrote her book whenever she reads it.●Our inner master is the part of us that knows how to do things.●The masterful part of ourselves is compassionate, strong, calm, and still. It's the “I am”, also known as the God within.●The more we practice our masterful selves, the more it rises. Then, we have to bring it to others.Rekindle Your Enthusiasm Prayer●Every day, as soon as we wake up, it is important that we renew ourselves.●Tune in to the full podcast to listen as Agapi guides us through a short prayer!●Affirmation: “God is my partner.”●Stay resilient. Open up, and trust your spirit.●Write down your prayers, wants, and things you want to let go of. Let the spirit speak to you.Spiritual Guidance●Agapi shares quick fixes for spiritual guidance in the book.●Call the spirit forward in the middle of bad news or anything happening. Don't delay it.●The more each of us calls the spirit forward, the more we activate it — the more it grows.Be Part of the Family●Her guided meditations will be published on Audible.●Unbinding The Heart, her third book, reveals the beginning of her spiritual journey.●Agapi reminds us that the Radically Love family is here for all of us.●Lastly, she encourages us to join and indulge in family fun.5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode[3:53] “...and did you get what you wanted from this life? Even so, I did. And what did you want? To call myself beloved; to feel myself beloved on the Earth”[9:49] “I wrote this book because I wanted to give people permission to open up the gate to say, ‘You know you are loved exactly as you are. You don't have to prove to us your value. You don't have to prove to your spirit.”[19:55] “When you're going through grief or loss, I relate and there are no words to say to someone. Give them love and compassion, and a safe space for them to cry.”[22:14] “The more we learn to ask and receive, and the more we learn that we're not alone, the more we can pass that on.”[25:28] “There is always this part of us that is that knows how to do things, and I call it like the inner master.”About AgapiAgapi Stassinopoulos is a best-selling author and speaker who sparks inspiration in audiences around the world. Her books Gods and Goddesses in Love and Conversations with the Goddesses got turned into PBS specials. Currently, Agapi conducts workshops for Thrive Global to help change the way people work and live. She has also spoken and conducted meditations at companies like L'Oreal, Women's Health Magazine, IBM Watson, Google, and Nike, among othersHer book Wake Up to the Joy of You inspires readers to let go of what doesn't work and create the lives they want. Her new book Speaking with Spirit: 52 Prayers to Guide, Inspire, and Uplift You will be released on January 11, 2022.If you wish to connect with Agapi, you may check out her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You may also send her an email at agapi@unbindingtheheart.com.

Live Your Light
Athlete to Active-lifestyle Entrepreneur with Laura Holloway

Live Your Light

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 50:43


This Week on the Live Your Light Show:  Our guest this week is a dear friend that Emily connected with in the business. Laura utilizes her skills from being a professional athlete in ways that have helped build her philanthropy as well as her successful businesses. Today she shares why living on both the goal line and soul line is so important, how action and taking leaps of faith actually opens new doors, following the whispers/gut/heart creates deeper trust and alignment with the source.   In This Conversation, We Cover:  2:51 Her story and how she got to where she is today 9:02 What motivated her to create a non-profit organization 15:52 The transition from professional athlete to an entrepreneur  25:15 The ups and downs of being an entrepreneur & why both are important  30:52 How to operate from a place of abundance 36:15 How to stay true to yourself and what that really means 45:35 Rapid fire questions 47:12 One piece of advice she has been given that she still lives by   Resources: Connect with Laura on her Website at Lauraholloway.com or by clicking HERE Listen to her podcast HERE Follow her show HERE  Follow Laura HERE  Check out her non-profit HERE   Stay Up To Date: Ready to energetically align your business and life? Click here to book your free 15 min session with Emily to get a brief energetic analysis of your business to unlock current blocks in your life & start receiving the flow of abundance in your biz!  Follow @itsemilythomas and @liveyourlightpodcast on Instagram Subscribe to receive light letters & promos to events and courses from Emily HERE Visit EmilykThomas.com for more programs and free resource library Click HERE To Join the Entrepreneurs of Impact FB group to collaborate and network with visionaries like yourself  

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #111 - Diving Into Crypto With Tim Picciott

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:34


Cryptocurrency has been one of the most popular topics in the financial media in the last few years. It is a transferable digital asset or digital form of money exclusively available online based on blockchain technology. My guest today, Timothy Picciott CFP® CRPC®, Wealth Advisor in Innovative Advisory Group, is a pioneer in cryptocurrency wealth management solutions. He works with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency early adopters to give innovative financial planning solutions, enabling them to pay a minimum tax on their highly appreciated asset as legally possible, while also educating crypto fans on investing in "Crypto IRAs" through self-directed IRAs and 401(K)s.   [03:19] Tim's story – Tim shares details about his career and how he came to be in his current position. [10.48] Fiat Currency - Tim expresses his thoughts about the evolution of fiat currency. [14:41] Bitcoin and Blockchain – Tim elaborates on his views on Bitcoin and blockchain technology. [16:57] Opinions – Tim discusses the significance of studying Bitcoins properly and thoroughly. [22:11] Double-Spend Problem – Tim explains Bitcoin's potential of solving the double-spend problem. [27:58] Tech Aspects – Tim goes into greater detail on the technical aspects and benefits of Bitcoin. [31:00] Electricity - Another objection leveled with Bitcoin is the electricity required to mine them. Tim evaluates the effect of power on bitcoin mining and the resulting implications. [34:43] Smart Contracts – Tim discusses how smart contracts enabled by blockchain technology have the potential to transform lives. [36:00] Geopolitical Implications – Tim shares his insights on current world trends along with his take on the US and China's movements on Bitcoin. [46:59] Future of Bitcoins – Tim goes to great length on his predictions for Bitcoin's future.   Resources: Connect with Tim: Website: thelibertyadvisor.com Website: innovativewealth.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/timothy-t-picciott-cfp%C2%AE-crpc%C2%AE-547b0b8/ Instagram: @the_liberty_advisor Podcast: The Liberty Advisor Show W/ Tim Picciott: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-liberty-advisor-show-w-tim-picciott/id1238430499   Mentioned in the episode: Ep #107 - Central Bank Digital Currency: Dangers & Possibilities with J Scott Christianson: growmoneybusiness.libsyn.com/website/ep-107-central-bank-digital-currency-dangers-possibilities-with-j-scott-christianson

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Loss, grief and compassion with chef Derek Sarno

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 23:03


In Episode #186 we hear from chef Derek Sarno. This is a condensed bite-size throwback from a conversation we had a few years ago when I was in the United Kingdom. Derek is the co-founder of Wicked Kitchen - a food company offering plant-based food in major grocery outlets throughout the UK, Ireland and USA. Wicked Kitchen also have thousands of plant-based recipes available online.I hope you enjoy the episode.Resources:Connect with Derek on InstagramVisit the Wicked Kitchen websiteWicked Kitchen recipesWant to support the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.It's also helpful to subscribe on Apple Podcast app and/or follow on the Spotify Podcast app.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, MSc, Sports Physiotherapist, Bsc (Hons)Creator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my FREE two week meal planDownload my FREE blood test and supplement guides here

Garlic Marketing Show
Steps to Social Media Success: The Organic Social Media Strategy That Works with Audra Brehm

Garlic Marketing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 39:25


Are you wasting time on social media posts that get no engagement? Do you post the same thing to every single platform? Ian Garlic talks to Audra Brehm, the CEO & Founder of Brehm Media, about the organic social media strategy that actually gets results. She always explains what numbers you should be tracking on your social media and what platforms are best for health and beauty brands.What You'll Learn:Organic Social Media Strategy That WorksThe Toggle Problem That KILLS Your Social MediaHow to Use Organic Social Media as Search Engine Optimization StrategyCreating a Social Media Strategy for Your Health and Beauty BrandWhy are Content Calendars a joke?The Analytics Numbers you SHOULD be tracking in your SocialThe Two Platforms that are performing the best for Health and Beauty BrandsThe Timeline for Social Media SuccessChoosing a Great Social Media Agency for Health and BeautyThe Question Every Brand Should Be AskingConnect with Audra:Brehm MediaLinkedInContact Audra!Resources:Connect with IanBook a Discovery Call Today with Our ExpertsSubscribe to the YouTube Channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Be Customer Led
Amber Armstrong Talks About the Future of Conversational AI

Be Customer Led

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 23:52


The way consumers engage with brands has been rapidly evolving over the last few years. And one of the communication technologies that have shown widespread acceptance from consumers and brands alike is conversational AI applications. In today's episode, we take a deep dive into the future of conversational AI with an expert in the field. https://www.linkedin.com/in/amber-armstrong-marketing/ (Amber Armstrong), Chief Marketing Officer at https://www.liveperson.com/ (LivePerson), joins us today to talk about how conversational AI has been evolving over the past few years, how brands can implement it in various B2B and B2C use cases, and what the future of conversational AI may look like. [01:09] Amber's Story – Amber's background in marketing and how the learnings from several roles in companies of all sizes prepared her for her current role as the chief marketing officer at LivePerson. [03:20] Conversational AI – How conversational AI technologies have evolved over the last few years to improve the way brands engage and interact with consumers. [07:00] Effects of the Pandemic – Amber shares her thoughts on the role the pandemic played in accelerating the growth of digital communication solutions. [11:45] Privacy – Amber shares her thoughts on how brands marketers should approach engaging with audiences while preserving privacy. [13:45] Conversation AI for B2B Marketing – The value proposition of conversational AI for the B2B market and some use cases for B2B related scenarios. [17:59] Future of Conversational AI – Amber shares her take on how conversational AI may evolve over the next few years. Resources: Connect with Amber: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amber-armstrong-marketing/ (linkedin.com/in/amber-armstrong-marketing) Twitter: https://twitter.com/ambarmstrong (twitter.com/ambarmstrong)

Liz's Healthy Table
111: Introducing Eat, Drink, Live Longer with Liz Weiss, MS, RDN

Liz's Healthy Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:24


Welcome to my new podcast! This show is all about living a longer and better life, feeling vibrant and energized, and radiating good health from the inside out. On each episode, I'll be sharing simple changes to the ways we eat and drink that can add years to our lives and better health to those years. I look forward to being your tour guide on this delicious journey! Show Highlights: A little history of my podcasts: In 2008, I launched Cooking with the Moms, a podcast focused on family nutrition. From 2017-2021, Liz's Healthy Table ran with 110 episodes! Now, in 2022, I'm launching Eat, Drink, Live Longer, which will take us down new roads related to longevity. How my website hub will still be www.lizshealthytable.com The blog takes a new spin in featuring nourishing recipes with a grown-up focus. The website includes information about my in-person and virtual speaking engagements, my cookbooks and freebies page, and links to my social media channels (which includes my new foray into the world of TikTok!). How my cooking life has changed since my boys are grown and out of the house, along with my interest in good nutrition as it relates to lifelong health and longevity What you can expect on Eat, Drink, Live Longer: With two shows monthly, one of them will feature a guest and important topics related to the quality and health of our lives. The other show each month will be my “Longevity Kitchen,” in which we will explore topics like stocking your fridge/pantry, and recipes with superfoods like chickpeas, salmon, kale, etc. We will share important secrets to living longer on topics like pre-diabetes, stress reduction, inflammation, and more. Part of our focus will be on the common health factors of those living in the world's “Blue Zones,” like daily movement, stress reduction, a plant-based diet, and more. (You can find out more about the Blue Zones in Ep. 99 of Liz's Healthy Table.)   Resources: Connect with me: www.lizshealthytable.com   Check out my closed Facebook group: Liz's Podcast Posse  Email me: liz@lizshealthytable.com 

Liz's Healthy Table
111: Introducing Eat, Drink, Live Longer with Liz Weiss, MS, RDN

Liz's Healthy Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:24


Welcome to my new podcast! This show is all about living a longer and better life, feeling vibrant and energized, and radiating good health from the inside out. On each episode, I'll be sharing simple changes to the ways we eat and drink that can add years to our lives and better health to those years. I look forward to being your tour guide on this delicious journey! Show Highlights: A little history of my podcasts: In 2008, I launched Cooking with the Moms, a podcast focused on family nutrition. From 2017-2021, Liz's Healthy Table ran with 110 episodes! Now, in 2022, I'm launching Eat, Drink, Live Longer, which will take us down new roads related to longevity. How my website hub will still be www.lizshealthytable.com The blog takes a new spin in featuring nourishing recipes with a grown-up focus. The website includes information about my in-person and virtual speaking engagements, my cookbooks and freebies page, and links to my social media channels (which includes my new foray into the world of TikTok!). How my cooking life has changed since my boys are grown and out of the house, along with my interest in good nutrition as it relates to lifelong health and longevity What you can expect on Eat, Drink, Live Longer: With two shows monthly, one of them will feature a guest and important topics related to the quality and health of our lives. The other show each month will be my “Longevity Kitchen,” in which we will explore topics like stocking your fridge/pantry, and recipes with superfoods like chickpeas, salmon, kale, etc. We will share important secrets to living longer on topics like pre-diabetes, stress reduction, inflammation, and more. Part of our focus will be on the common health factors of those living in the world's “Blue Zones,” like daily movement, stress reduction, a plant-based diet, and more. (You can find out more about the Blue Zones in Ep. 99 of Liz's Healthy Table.)   Resources: Connect with me: www.lizshealthytable.com   Check out my closed Facebook group: Liz's Podcast Posse  Email me: liz@lizshealthytable.com 

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #110 - Navigating Family Business Successions With Stephen Shortt

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 42:09


A lack of succession planning can have disastrous consequences for a business, especially when your business is family owned and operated. This week on Grow Money Business, Stephen Shortt, an expert in family business succession planning, is joining us to share his experience and wisdom. Stephen has worked in his two-family businesses for most of his adult life and childhood, and as a result, he is familiar with the ups and downs associated with transitioning between generations. Throughout the episode, he delves into the framework needed to navigate family business successions successfully. [03:35] Stephen's Background – Stephen introduces himself and provides an overview of his current work. [07:13] First Step – Stephen explains where to begin to ensure a seamless and successful family succession. [11:31] Mindsets – Stephen talks about three critical mindsets for succession planning [15:28] Personal Experience – Stephen shares his personal experience on his family business and how their transitions were handled. [19:27] Succession Strategy – Stephen broadly describes the succession strategy for a family business. [22:00] Challenges – Stephen explains overcoming various adversities during the succession process. [26:30] Family Board – Stephen expresses his thoughts on the importance of having a family board. [28:44] Five P's – Stephen discusses the “five P's” framework for navigating family business successions   Resources: Connect with Stephen: Website: successfulsuccession.com/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/stephenshortt/

Beyond the Barn
Ep. 026: What Format of Hay Should I Feed My Horse and Why Does It Matter?

Beyond the Barn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 40:36


Additional Resources:“Why Feed Forage Pellets or Cubes?” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-papers/why-feed-forage-pellets-or-cubes/“When Quality Hay Is In Short Supply, What Can I Feed My Horse?” webinar - https://www.standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-webinars/when-quality-hay-is-in-short-supply/“Hay in Short Supply? Horse Forage Alternatives from Standlee Premium Products” – white paper - https://www.standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-papers/hay-in-short-supply/“Tips for Feeding Compressed Bales” white paper - https://www.standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-papers/tips-for-feeding-compressed-bales/“The Scoop on hay Cubes for Horses” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/the-scoop-on-hay-cubes-for-horses/____________________________________Have a topic idea or feedback to share? We want to connect with you! Email podcast@standleeforage.comShare our podcast and learn more about our co-hosts at our Beyond the Barn podcast pageSUBSCRIBE to the Beyond the Barn podcast email to be an exclusive insider!Find us on Apple, Spotify or Google Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE, so you never miss an episode.____________________________________Check out the Standlee Barn Bulletin BlogFind more nutritional resources from Dr. Stephen Duren and Dr. Tania Cubitt at https://standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-resourcesConnect with Standlee on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok

The Think Marketing Podcast
110: Is Your YouTube Channel Broken? Why it Happens and What to Do

The Think Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 31:17


In this episode, Sean & Vanessa talk about what to do when your Channel is broken! ****** Learn how to get your first (or next!) 1,000 subscribers on YouTube!

Calm the Chaos
Ep.100 Samantha Coffin, Resolutions vs. Intentions for the New Year

Calm the Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 45:35


Samantha Coffin is a wellness and mindset coach focused on helping women go from a life full of symptoms to a life full of living. As a child, Samantha personally struggles with health and wellness.  She reminds us that if you don't prioritize your wellness now then you'll be forced to prioritize your illness later!  Samantha's website is called the Wellness Rewind where she offers 1:1 Wellness supports, offers great articles, recipes, and your personal guide to wellness.  Samantha is returning guests to the show and we dive into her story about her health journey and how she turned her pain of being sick to seeking the solutions for herself into providing to support for others so they would not need to go through her same pain.  She started to learn to heal her own body at the age of eighteen.  Instead of surviving, she wanted to thrive and took matters into her own hands! She then began to reach out to help friends and family with their own health issues and gain the confidence to help others. But it didn't come with tackling a lot of mindset issues and the dreaded imposter syndrome!  It's been a rewarding journey and now she sees not only how her coaching helps her client but how it impacts their families and carries through to other people they touch!  We discuss the commonly known story of when the flight attendant says that you need to put your oxygen mask on first so that you can be there to help others.  If we don't put on our mask first we can't help others and then we all suffer.  We also need to fill our cup so it will overflow and help others!  That's why it's so important and not selfish to focus on ourselves.  We also need to realize that our children and grandchildren are watching our moves so when we begin to take care of our needs and see that we are nourished mentally and physically then they will do the same.   So how do we want to show up in the new year? How do I want to be taking care of my health and nurturing my mind, body, and spirit?  We discuss how this time of year we are bombarded by messages in the media about what we “should” be working on but it's a good time to ask ourselves if we what we are being “expected” to work on algin with our values and do they really matter to you?   The first question to ask is What do you really want and WHY do you want it?  Take the time to sit and answer what can sometimes be a difficult question to answer.   We jump into changing our frame of mind and thinking of not making a RESOLUTION which is a firm decision not to do something which doesn't sound like a very fun way to start the new year to thinking of it as INTENTIONS which is how do I intend to live.  An intention is how I intend to aim or plan.  It helps us to focus more on progressing as a human over a perfection mindset that you might get with a resolution!  We talk about the process of setting goals and discuss SMART Goals.  Goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timebound.  We talk about setting a weight loss goal and how we may want to look at breaking it down so that you have actionable steps that can be measured and attained so you can see your progress and feel empowered!  Our discussion turns to uncover your WHY so that you are clear as to why this goal is so important to you. As you work towards your goal, there will be challenging moments and it's important to have it written down so that you can remind yourself when the going gets tough!   When choosing a goal here's a tip!  When you think about it does it make you feel alive and excited?  Are you feeling excited to do it or are you filled with dread? If you are dreading it, then let's find a different goal!   Perhaps you would prefer not to set a goal but do something a bit more creative?  Here are some ideas we discuss:  A Monthly Theme for the month based on your intention A Word for the Year A Bucket List   22 things to do in 2022.   How can we remind ourselves of our goals or micro-goals?   A-List to check off Putting our micro goals on a sheet of paper in a jar and taking one out to do each month.  Post-it note reminders!  This will help us when we don't feel aligned and need some additional support!   We also talk about ACCOUNTABILITY  Who is going to hold you accountable?  Is it a friend, coach, family member?  Be sure you take the time to pick your accountability partner and have a set time for check-in points to discuss your success and celebrate!   Be sure to revisit your goals!  Take some time mid-year to revisit if these goals you set at the beginning of the year still resonate and are worthy of your attention!  Sometimes our circumstances change and we need to acknowledge that this goal isn't aligned to us anymore and it's ok to let it go!   How do I want to feel this year?  What are the steps that I need to prioritize in my life ( people, places, and things)  so that I can achieve this feeling in my life!   If you are looking for some books to encourage you to help develop good habits, we discuss the following books  Atomic Habits by James Clear  Tiny Habits by BJ FOGG We talk about how to create new habits and discuss how to look at the cue, routine, and reward!  A perfect example is what you may or may not do when you walk through the door at the end of a long day!  What do you first go to out of habit based on the cue of walking at the end of the day through the door? I share an example from my own life and how I changed the routine and the reward!  And you can too!   Are you ready to take that first step and crack the door to new possibilities in the new year?  I hope this episode will help you to pause and take the time to create a goal that is true and resonates with you in the new year!  Happy New Year!   Links and Resources Connect with Samantha Coffin Samantha's Article:  A New Approach to A New Year: Intentions vs Resolutions Book's mentioned in the podcast links above in show notes Connect with Deborah Voll Take The Midlife Quiz Passion and Purpose Digital Workbook Book Your Spot for the Free 60 minute Clarity Session here 

Connect with Sheila Botelho
146: This New Year Embrace the Contrast

Connect with Sheila Botelho

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 4:55


Happy New Year! This minisode is all about allowing the spectrum of experiences and emotions in your life. Learning to flow with the continued contrast life serves up for us can be your superpower.Resources:Connect with Sheila:Online Wellness Programs: http://www.sheilabotelho.comEat better - Feel Better - Get More Energy: Healthy Eating RefresherContact Me: https://www.sheilabotelho.com/contact/Instagram: @sheilaabotelhoRate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160“I love what Sheila and her guests share on The Connect Podcast.”

Honest eCommerce
Bonus Episode: How $1M Brands Can Become $10M Brands

Honest eCommerce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 52:27


Using Electric Eye's Brand Scaling Framework, Chase will explain how to transform your million dollar brand into a ten million dollar brand! Resources: Connect with Chase linkedin.com/in/chaseclymer Connect with Andrew linkedin.com/in/andrewchristensenjones Provide a better post-purchase experience go.route.com/fast-demo Register to the next webinar about the Brand Scaling Framework carthook.com/webinar/building-a-brand-scaling-framework

Video Marketing Legend
89: A Sexier Way to Produce Your Own Videos with Den Lennie

Video Marketing Legend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 28:32


Den Lennie: You've cracked a chord on providing a really valuable system for your clients. It solves a real problem. People always want crews to come into their office and disrupt everything, but you're solving a real problem. And you're making recurring revenue to support them with, you know, coaching, post production, and making sure that they're getting value from their investment. And I predict that what you'll see is years and years of people going, why would we stop this? Welcome to 'Video Made Simple' video podcast featuring marketers, entrepreneurs & clients who help take the mystery out of video and break through the monotony of day-to-day communication. In this episode, Chris Schwager (Video Marketer from Ridge Films) is interviewed by Den Lennie (Coach and Mentor from Video Business Accelerator). Chris talks about how he came to create the smallest all-in-one Desktop Studio by addressing a pain point in his business. And how he started marketing his product and services by doing it on camera and showing how it's done. Links and Resources: Connect and follow me on LinkedIn and let me know you've heard the podcast Connect and follow Den Lennie on LinkedIn, reach out to him in his website If you want to start the path to become a video marketing professional, get access on Ridge Films Learning Centre. Jump start your video marketing journey and enroll to The Power of Video Marketing (Online Course) where you'll find 60-minute seven-lesson course of the basics video marketing. Produce Do-It-Yourself Videos that make selling easy. Check out Ridge Films DIY Video Program.

That Freedom Life Podcast
What My Scooter Taught Me About Freedom + Setting Yourself Up For Success In 2022

That Freedom Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 34:23


While others slow down during this Holiday season I challenge you to set yourself up for a successful 2022! I actually wasn't going to release a podcast this week but I felt extremely pulled to come on and share with you all. In this chapter of my life I am having a lot of fun and leaning into my more playful energy, spending time with soul-fam, going on dates and taking control over my daily routine.  With the new year quickly approaching I would love to give you some tools to make 2022 your year and start showing up as your ultimate self in 2021!   What you will learn: A glimpse into my personal life over the past few weeks - dating, spending the Holidays with my soul-fam and taking back control over my routines and habits. What do do when you find yourself getting stuck into old routines.. Why setting goals and showing up as the person that you desire to be should be done before the new year. What my scooter taught me about freedom. The best ways to work with me going into 2022. How to regain alignment in your life and what to do when love ones don't fully support you.   Resources: Connect with me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/freedomrachh VIP Freedom Coaching VIP Voxer Support

Recovery Elevator
RE 358: Don't Forget to Sing Your Song

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 61:07


Episode 358 – Don't Forget to Sing Your Song   Today we have Randy.  He is 43, from Indianapolis, and took his last drink on December 30, 2016.   Registration is now open for Restore which begins January 1,2022.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/restore/   Highlights from Paul   This week's tips from Paul include:  1) not everyone drinks, 2) sing, 3) give yourself a hug and say I love you.   There is a lot of uncertainty in the world and change is hard.  Find your song, that melody in your soul that is uniquely you that you sing over and over. You are the master creator of your life. https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20                                                                               [9:27] Randy has been sober for nearly 5 years.  He is married with 4 kids and loves animals and running.   Randy was on episode 129.  Randy was in the restaurant business, and he was always surrounded by people who drank.  Toward the end, the hangovers and anxiety began to take a toll on him.    Drinking was a reward for Randy.  Today, Randy doesn't have to think about drinking.  He isn't spending money on alcohol.  Now he can afford season tickets to the Colt's game.  He doesn't have to think about getting there or getting back, because he is sober.    Randy is now methodical vs living on instant gratification.  He is more approachable and he loves giving service to others.   Initially watching football was really hard for Randy, because the sport was so engrained with alcohol.  Now he enjoys games more than ever.     Kris's Summary Kris speaks to the term chosen family.  Kris' recovery family wants him to be successful and free.   They take him at his best and his worst.  They laugh together, cry together, dance and walk the path together.  We need to open up, be vulnerable and let others love us until we learn to love ourselves.  You can do this.    Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense mindfulness Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's Rest Uno reverse card Remind yourself you are safe Play the tape forward Treat yourself to a gift Take 3 deep breaths   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What
Master Communicator's Secrets to Getting Heard

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 46:29


Sales-related talents apply not only to sales-related tasks but also to every aspect of our lives. On the other hand, sales may be the highest kind of service. My guest today is the CEO and co-founder of ASLAN Training. ASLAN Training is a worldwide sales enablement firm ranked in the SellingPower Top 20 for nine consecutive years. Also, he is the author of the recently published book UnReceptive, which explores building influence with others in the surrounding environment. ASLAN has partnered with several Fortune 500 organizations since 1996, educating more than 100,000 sellers and leaders. He generates content that enables individuals to live more effectively, sell more effectively, and serve more effectively. Tom Stanfill, an author, CEO, public speaker, sales expert, and thought leader, joins us today to share his million worth of knowledge and experience. ASLAN – Tom shares the exciting story behind the name of his company, ASLAN.Relationships – Most of the time, we are never happier than our relationships. Tom discusses how and why he always tries to maintain the best quality in his relationships.Sales techniques – We discuss how to embed sales techniques to improve our lives throughout the discussion. UnReceptive - Tom describes some critical arguments in his just-released book UnReceptive. Being Unreceptive – There can be numerous reasons for someone to be unreceptive. Tom shares what he believes as the reasons for someone to be so. Validate the views – Until we validate the other person's point of view, they will never see your point of view. We talk about the significance of validating the other person's point of view.Power of word pictures – Tom explains the power of word pictures mentioning one of his personal experiences with his daughter.Tug of war – We have no control over anybody else. We can only exert influence. Mentioning the above, Tom nicely explains the concept of tug of war.Resources:Connect with Tom:Website: aslantraining.com/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/tomstanfill/Instagram: instagram.com/tostanfill/UnReceptive: unreceptivebook.com/Mentioned in the Episode:Popular by Tinder Baldwin: tindellbaldwin.com/popular/Unreceptive: A Better Way to Sell, Lead, and Influence, Tom Stanfill: youtube.com/watch?v=zSGfAx5AlTg&t=11sAre your Customers Unreceptive to your Sales Efforts: youtube.com/watch?v=yi0XBbgr6ak&t=7sThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: goodreads.com/book/show/100915.The_Lion_the_Witch_and_the_Wardrobe?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=1f9YZyi0hU&rank=1

Connect with Sheila Botelho
143: What's Coming This Year

Connect with Sheila Botelho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 9:21


This time of year can be so magical because it's a beautiful space to find gratitude for what went well in the previous year, to let go of what doesn't work, and to move into what's to come from a more grounded place.In this episode, I share how I do this and what's to come in the new year.Resources:Connect with Sheila:Online Wellness Programs: http://www.sheilabotelho.comEat better - Feel Better - Get More Energy: Healthy Eating RefresherContact Me: https://www.sheilabotelho.com/contact/Instagram: @sheilaabotelhoRate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160“I love what Sheila and her guests share on The Connect Podcast.”

Video Marketing Legend
88: LinkedIn Prospecting 101 With The Legendary Nathanial Bibby (Part 2)

Video Marketing Legend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 32:12


Nathanial Bibby: It's more important than ever not to come across as a salesperson if you want to get customers. It's about looking professional and ensuring credibility. People need to know what you do. If your headline and your company name and your profile photos are that good that people are curious enough to click on your name and read your profile to find out why you do that, that's cool. But if people are looking for something specific, and then they're looking in their network for video marketing agency, it's good to have it in your headline. But other than that, I would keep it very professional, like the things are changing on LinkedIn. I think you want to make sure that first things first, if you are on there to get customers, make sure it doesn't look like a salesperson. Welcome to 'Video Made Simple' video podcast featuring marketers, entrepreneurs & clients who help take the mystery out of video and break through the monotony of day-to-day communication. In this Part 2 interview of Chris Schwager (Video Marketer from Ridge Films) with Nathanial Bibby (Founder and Managing Director of Bibby Consulting Group), they are joined by Brendan Southall (Video Marketer from Ridge Films) as they explore more about the rules at play on LinkedIn. Links and Resources: Connect and follow me on LinkedIn and let me know you've heard the podcast Connect and follow Nathanial Bibby on LinkedIn, check out the latest in his YouTube Channel or reach out to him in his website If you want to start the path to become a video marketing professional, get access on Ridge Films Learning Centre. Jump start your video marketing journey and enroll to The Power of Video Marketing (Online Course) where you'll find 60-minute seven-lesson course of the basics video marketing. Produce Do-It-Yourself Videos that make selling easy. Check out Ridge Films DIY Video Program.

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #108 - Launching a Business in the 2nd Half of Life with Rick Terrien

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 45:23


There is a common misconception that successful entrepreneurship exists only for younger individuals. This week on the podcast, Rick Terrien shares why we should challenge that thought process. Rick, a long-term entrepreneur and author, shares how he has dedicated his time to assisting others with launching a business in their second half of life. Throughout the episode, we dive deep into the essentials of entrepreneurship and crucial information that will give you inspiration and guidance along the way.   [02:29] Rick's Journey - Rick talks about his work and the latest events in his life. [09: 56] Age and Entrepreneurship - Rick shares his views on the correlation between age and business. [11:47] Initial Steps - Rick discusses how to think about the initial organizing steps of a business. [12:59] Important Facts - Rick explains a few essential facts that need to be considered in entrepreneurship, especially when you're considering starting a new business venture in the second half of your life. [17:43] Non-Profit Work - Rick shares the non-profit work he currently engages in and his purpose of doing that. [31:20] Impact of Covid - Covid has changed a lot in people's lives. Rick expresses his thoughts about how it has affected the occupations. [33:48] Ageless Startup - Rick talks about his recently published book, Ageless Startup: Start a Business at Any Age. [40:34] Common Mistakes - Rick highlights several critical mistakes many entrepreneurs make in their business ventures and how to avoid these mistakes. Resources: Connect with Rick: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/rickterrien/ Website: The Center for Ageless Entrepreneurs: agelessentrepreneurs.org  Ageless Startup: Start a Business at Any Age: ageless-startup.com   Mentioned in the Episode: Ageless Startup: Start a Business at Any Age: goodreads.com/book/show/53714833-ageless-startup?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=LtUd8Tuz3z&rank=1

Recovery Elevator
RE 357: Practice Saying No

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 57:42


Episode 357 – Practice Saying No   Today we have Jenn.  She is 34, from Michigan, and took her last drink on April 10, 2020.   Registration is now open for Restore which begins January 1,2022.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/restore/.  AF Ukulele course starts 2/5/22 at 3 PM EST. https://www.recoveryelevator.com/ukulele/   Highlights from Paul   Paul talks about the parameters for success.  There's an unhealthy paradigm in the sobriety world that it's all a bust if we drink once. While continuous sobriety is the ultimate goal,  getting there is never pretty, and most likely is launched off a series of relapses or field research.  If you are drinking less than you did last holiday season, that's a huge improvement.    This week's tips from Paul include:  1) say no, 2) practice saying no, 3) create your own pep talk.   Sometimes the desire to stop drinking only swirls in our thoughts.  Don't underestimate the power of thought.  Our thoughts are powerful.  They create our world.  Immediately discard the thoughts that don't align with your goals.  Deconstruct them and become aware of thoughts that are not congruent with what you want and need in life.  Use the thinking mind for creation and visualization.  Visualize that you no longer drink.  Repeat it, say it out loud and repeat it again.  What you put in is what you get back.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20                                                                               [12;43] Jenn took her last drink April 10, 2020.  She has a husband, two children and loves hiking, being in nature and spending time with her family.    Jenn said from her first sip of alcohol she felt some inner peace.  Her first black out was at age 14.  She started off with a bang and got in plenty of trouble.  She experienced some trauma and started to use alcohol as her coping mechanism. She had suicidal ideations and started cutting.  She drank a 5th a night.  Before she turned 21, she added cocaine.    She was a functioning alcoholic through her twenties and early thirties.  In her thirties, her drinking took on a dark shift.  She was suicidal and she knew that she had to save herself and get some help.  Jenn had to be brutally honest with herself.  She was asking the wrong people for help.  Her internal and external worlds were completely opposed.    Jenn had multiple attempts at sobriety.  She worked with a therapist for two years and real change began.  The accountability of Café RE reinforced her commitment to sobriety.  She is now a recovery coach.    Odette's Summary Odette reminds us that change starts with us.  If you are waiting for things to change, for people to change, for life to change, you may be waiting for a long time. Recovery is our responsibility. Everything that we wish to see in others needs to start with us. Be the person you wish everyone around you was and see how life can change.   “I really think the secret to being loved is to love. And the secret to being interesting is being interested. And the secret to having a friend is being a friend.”   Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense mindfulness Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's Rest Uno reverse card Remind yourself you are safe Play the tape forward Treat yourself to a gift Take 3 deep breaths   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

Calm the Chaos
Ep.98 Katharine Chestnut, Inner Affirmations

Calm the Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 38:55


Katharine Chestnut is the founder and CCO of Alkaloid Networks, a coworking space she founded in 2015.  Over the past two decades, Katharine has navigated the realm of self-care, studying multiple wellness disciplines to support her own personal growth.  Her new book, Inner Affirmations, is a testament to her practice of personal self-care and the kind of growth that comes from a mindful journaling routine.   Katharine's journey started twenty years ago when she was introduced to her mentor, Sue Meyers who in her own right was a million-dollar realtor turned spiritual guide.  Sue was teaching weekend workshops in the area and Katharine decided to attend. The focus at the workshop was on non-dominant handwriting.   When Katharine was introduced to this practice in the workshop, she was asked to write down her answers to a series of questions and you would write the answers with your dominant hand.  Then 30 minutes later you would answer the same question but with your non-dominant hand and get a completely different answer!  After the workshop, Katharine did her research and found that using your non-dominant hand, helps you to slow down and be more mindful in your writing.  You have to be very thoughtful about creating what you are writing as it's not coming that easy! Because you are being more mindful and you have to slow down, your ego gets out of the way.   This may sound a bit strange, but when you're using your dominant hand, you are writing what you should be feeling and thinking. This makes sense because your ego and logic are driving you.  When you switch to the other side, your ego short-circuits a bit and quiets down so it can become authentic and what is true for you at your core.  When Katharine would analyze the answers to her questions with both hands, she was stunned.  It really did resonate with her and the differences and similarities in her journaling.  But the differences that she journaled were far more of the essence of what was true at her core.  Since that day, Katharine has been practicing non-dominant journaling as her main focus of practice! Katharine offers every Monday morning at 9:30 am EASTERN on Insight Timer a weekly practice where you can participate.  Check it out! Years later while Katharine was journaling, she wrote down a word/ phrase that she wanted to continue to think about throughout the day so she wrote it on a piece of paper and stuck it in her pocket so she could look at it throughout the day.  She wanted to refer back to it so she could come back to a place of calm and grounded throughout the day.  Katharine would pull it out throughout the day, take a deep breath, and be able to go back into that space of calm that she desired. It was then that she started doing it more and after time she would be pulling out of her pocket these little affirmations! It was those little slips of paper, often referred to Katharine as her “love notes to self”  that became her book!  Even to this day, she still writes down an affirmation and puts it in her pocket because it helps her to heal and focus on what's true in her life.  If you go to Katherine's website you can see her daily inner affirmation which you can write down for yourself and stick in your pocket!  Katharine began to put her marketing skills to work and began creating a brand for herself and her work so that she could begin to reach more people with teachings!  We discuss how to make daily affirmations a part of your daily routine and how to write affirmations that resonate with us which are true to our inner beliefs and desires! Katharine shares that it doesn't need to be hard to access that place of calm and knowing and if you have a pen and piece of paper, you can do it from anywhere!  Katharine shares about her Sunday evening routine which helps her to stay focused. She asks the questions  How did my week go? What did I plan to do?  What could have gone better?  How do I want to feed my spirit and soul this week? From there she is more mindful about heading into the next week with an intention for herself  Katharine will be creating some new content that will be available to her community in 2022 so I invite you to go over and check out her website at the link below!   Links and Resources Connect with Katharine Chestnut Order the Book: Inner Affirmations Connect with Deborah Voll Take The Midlife Quiz Passion and Purpose Digital Workbook Book Your Spot for the Free 60 minute Clarity Session here   

Connect with Sheila Botelho
142: Mid-Life Freedom

Connect with Sheila Botelho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 8:19


Aging brings up lots of emotions. How do you feel about each passing year of your life? Does it make you anxious? Or do you find yourself relaxing into an increasingly truer version of yourself?In this minisode, I share what thoughts and conversations are coming up for me as I approach 50 this coming year. What if aging had some benefits?Resources:Connect with Sheila:Online Wellness Programs: http://www.sheilabotelho.comEat better - Feel Better - Get More Energy: Healthy Eating RefresherContact Me: https://www.sheilabotelho.com/contact/Instagram: @sheilaabotelhoRate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160“I love what Sheila and her guests share on The Connect Podcast.”

Make Millions to Impact Millions with Laura Tynan
Ep 227: How to use Human Design for Business Success with Nicole Crosbie

Make Millions to Impact Millions with Laura Tynan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 47:47


Ready to learn how your unique human design can be used to support your success in business? In this live training, I speak with our go-to expert Nicole Crosbie who shares how you can use your design to improve all areas of your life. More success with less stress, yes please!Nicole is also our Human Design expert within our women's business success academy, Message for Millions Academy, where we support female founders to grow their business in alignment, share their unique message with the world and master key strategies of manifesting more money and building long term financial wealth.Click here to find out more: https://lauratynan.com/message-for-millionsI would love your support in growing our reach with our podcast so if you enjoyed the show then leave a review and share it with a friend. It would mean so much to us!Looking for more business support? Check out the free support available here: https://lauratynan.com/resourcesConnect with Nicole on IG here: https://www.instagram.com/nicolecrosbie.ie/

B.O.O.S.T Podcast
The Great Career Mashup | Connie Steele EP85

B.O.O.S.T Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 19:17


Many professionals struggle to navigate the new world of work while aligning personal purpose and professional advancement.  In this episode, best-selling author, business and career strategist, and podcaster, Connie Steele shares what the new world of work entails, what it means for careers, and why folks need to be their own CEO to future-proof their career.Resources:Connect with Connie on LinkedIn https://www.conniewsteele.com/https://www.bizofyou.co/ Let's Stay in Touch!LinkedIn (be sure to mention you heard the podcast ;-))TwitterInstagram Facebook Website - B.O.O.S.T.® Your Brilliance

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 843: Meet the Teenage Duo Who Closed 21 Wholesale Deals Earning over $300,000 in Revenue…in ONE YEAR!

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 26:46


As a real estate wholesaler, what can you learn from a teenager?  In a market where the average real estate agent struggles to sell 1 home per month, imagine closing 21 homes in one calendar year! Now, imagine you're just 18 or 19 years old. That's exactly what our two teenage guests did, closing 21 wholesale deals earning over $300,000….in a single year! I know what you're thinking. How did they do it? In today's episode, I'm thrilled to introduce you to Ethan and Cameron. Listen, as this teen power duo shares all their “insider secrets” to moving super fast and doing it BIG! RESOURCES: Connect with Ethan and Cameron on Instagram Ethan's Email Address: ethanejgnrealestate2@gmail.com Cameron's Email Address: oliveracameron@gmail.com Wholesaling Business Blueprint

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #107 - Central Bank Digital Currency: Dangers & Possibilities with J Scott Christianson

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 55:53


The history of money is replete with pivotal moments, making it almost hard to forecast where money will be in the future with all of the emerging technologies. Central Bank Digital Currency is the virtual form of a country's fiat currency, issued and regulated by their monetary authority or the central bank. In today's episode of Grow Money Business, J Scott Christianson, a professor, technologist, writer, and speaker, is joining us to share his wisdom on Central Bank Digital Currencies. [02:44] Digital Currency - While digital currencies have become relatively recent mainstream phenomena, they have existed for decades. Scott discusses this new endeavor of developing digital currency. [07:28] Adopting Digital Currency – Scott highlights the gravity of adopting digital currency in a country by assessing its dangers and possibilities. [10:39] Transition - Scott outlines how moving from a conventional reserve system to digital money works logistically. [13:37] China and Digital Currency - Scott broadly talks about China's stance on digital currency from various angles. [19:37] China and El Salvador - While China prohibits bitcoin transactions and mining, El Salvador accepts Bitcoin as legal tender. Scott shares his perspective on this schism. [23:36] Role of USA – Scott discusses the options that the US may have in its arsenal to delay China's deployment of programmable money. [28:25] Banking System in the Future - Scott discusses the potential of more authoritarian counties attempting to implement controlled digital currencies, and his predictions for the global banking system in five years. [35:23] Fiat Currency and Cryptocurrency - Scott shares his thoughts on that intersection between fiat currency and cryptocurrency. [40:42] Artificial Intelligence – Scott briefly discusses artificial intelligence and his predictions for where it will go in the next five to ten years. [48:48] Life with AI – Scott shares what applications he believes AI will enable in the following years.   Resources: Connect with Scott: Website: christiansonjs.com/ Newsletter: frtech.substack.com/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jscottchristianson/ Instagram: instagram.com/jscott_mo/   Mentioned in the episode: China's Second Continent: How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa:goodreads.com/book/show/18373202-china-s-second-continent?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=xKOtuMBlWl&rank=1 Edge of Chaos: Why Democracy Is Failing to Deliver Economic Growth-and How to Fix It: goodreads.com/book/show/36204377-edge-of-chaos?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=p27uTlbTHw&rank=3

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What
Level Up! Get Busy Winning or Learning Today

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 45:40


We will never be the same person again. Every instant, we are either moving forward or backward. My guest today believes that the past exists to teach but not live. Also, he believes that no one should ever feel as though they have no one, and being inspired by that, he works to ensure that no one ever feels alone. He is a United States Navy veteran who served on many deployments to several countries, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, in the early to mid-1990s. Also, he is the host of the "Time to Shine Today" podcast. This podcast provides knowledge nuggets to empower people and teams to level in business and life. Scott Ferguson, a wonderful human being, joins today's episode to guide us to level up our health, wealth, and personal development.Smile – Laughter is the most excellent medicine, and it's free. Scott talks about the importance of smiling and how he incorporates it into all of his activities.Scott's story  - Scott recounts twists and turns he has experienced in his life, mentioning his abandonment, his stay in an orphanage, and the service toward others.Level Up – Scott shares what leveling up means to him and how he came up with that concept.Keys to Leveling up - We talk about some of the key things that lead to Leveling up. Fear- Everybody has their own abbreviation for fear. Scott discusses his opinions on fear, stressing the finite nature of things.Time to Shine Today – We discuss Scott's motivations for launching this podcast and how the name "Time to Shine Today" came to be.Live with Intention- Scott explains what living with intention means and how to embed it into our lives.Message to the Younger self – As a message to his younger self, Scott highlights a piece of mind-blowing advice with all of us. Learn from your past but don't live in your past!ResourcesConnect with Scott:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ask4ferguson/Twitter: twitter.com/ask4fergusonInstagram: instagram.com/ask4fergusonWebsite: timetoshinetoday.comLinkedIn: linkedin.com/groups/12327475/Instagram: instagram.com/timetoshinetodayFacebook Page: facebook.com/timetoshinetoday/Personal Facebook: facebook.com/ask4ferguson/YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCS481-LOVU1L-JyS2PLvhqwPinterest: pinterest.com/Ask4ferguson/time-to-shine-today-podcast-lets-level-up/Activerain: activerain.com/blogs/ask4fergusonMentioned in the episode:The Inner Game of Tennis: The Classic Guide to the Mental Side of Peak Performance: goodreads.com/book/show/905.The_Inner_Game_of_Tennis?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=aCDx0wn7b4&rank=1You Are a Gift, Choose to Thrive! – TTST Interview with Bobbi Kahler from Unyielded: timetoshinetoday.com/podcast/bobbikahler/Six Seconds Can Change Your Life: 4obbikahler.com/awareness/episode068/

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Episode 409. #WisdomWednesdays: The Art of Giving Compliments to Your Significant Other

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 37:20


Humans need to feel valued and appreciated. When you're dating someone, it's also normal to desire validation from your partner — about the smallest things like your OOTD to things like your character and personality. And as wonderful as it is to receive compliments, offering them to others could also improve your relationship with them. Giving compliments communicates the appreciation you have for each other.In this episode of #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa and Rosie talk about the importance of praise and compliments in keeping a relationship healthy. As they dive into the topic, they also express the difficulty of starting new relationships in this day and age of online dating. Lastly, Tessa shares the best way to respond to compliments.Evite is helping make my celebrations feel extraspecial and they can help you too. www.evite.com/lovedTru Niagenwww.truniagen.com/rosie10% OFF your First Purchase BiOptimizers (P3OM) You need this!www.p3om.com/radicallylovedUse Code: radicallyloved10 for 10% OFF your first purchaseDon't miss this episode and learn how you can nurture your relationships further!Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: 1.Learn what Tessa and Rosie have to say about the difficulties of online dating.2.Discover how praise and compliments can help others improve and learn better.3.Don't know what to say when you receive a compliment? Find out from Tessa in this episode!Resources●Connect with Tessa: Website | Instagram | LinkedIn●Visit Theragun for world-leading massage devices.●Steven Kotler: Website ●Radically Loved is now part of the iHeartMedia Podcasts●Email us your topic at info@radicallyloved.com. Don't forget to add the subject Wisdom Wednesday topic!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at RadicallyLoved.com, and I'll send it right away!Episode HighlightsTessa's Boyfriend●Tessa's boyfriend, Jorge, is terrible at massaging. She describes his hands as “hulk paws.”●Although Tessa and her boyfriend are in a happy relationship, sometimes she thinks about him differently — good at cooking and massaging.●One common dating problem is thinking that there is somebody better than your partner when there isn't.Tessa and Rosie's Thoughts on Dating●Both Tessa and Rosie have been in a happy relationship for decades. ●Tessa finds her boyfriend a great person despite his flaws.●While there might be many choices in dating, each relationship has its pros and cons.●Rosie has been in a long-term relationship since she was 20 and enjoys hearing stories from friends about their relationships.●In the past, dating somebody meant physically meeting up. Nowadays, online communication plays a big part in relationships.Online Dating●There are pros and cons to online dating. Rosie has seen online relationships bloom and built many friendships online as well.●Society's disembodiment makes it harder to get to know people beyond their pictures. In online dating, attraction becomes largely based on appearance instead of personality.●Even in the past, maintaining relationships can be difficult when most prioritize other responsibilities.●The COVID pandemic has made it even harder to create and maintain relationships.●There is somebody for everybody. Let go of the desperation of finding somebody and the right person will naturally come to you.The Effects of Praise●Praise activates the reward areas in the brain.●Research shows that receiving praise improves skill consolidation. This is a learning process that occurs during sleep.●Praise is important not just in the workplace but also in relationships. It's communication and feedback.●Different people react differently to praise. Nonetheless, it's important for them to hear compliments.Receiving and Responding to Praise●Sometimes, people choose to reply humbly.●For Tessa, a confident response can make her feel insecure about her value in the relationship.●When you receive compliments, you can be gracious in accepting the praise by saying “thank you”.●People tend to minimize their acceptance of praise. They negate or joke about it to turn away the praise.Fishing for Compliments●It's natural for people to want praise.●One reason people look for compliments is when they need validation from others.●People want to be valued for being as enough as they are.●Rosie prefers honesty. When someone is being negative, she would express how harsh they are to themselves.●Think about how you can respond equally to both praise and criticism to improve yourself and your mindset.5 Powerful Quotes[05:43] “We all have our strengths and our weaknesses. There are pros and cons to every relationship. It's not gonna be better, but it'll be different.”[11:28] “People that [relationships] can potentially happen with that we just don't know because we are an ocular society. We're just using the external to judge whether or not this person is right for us just by their outward appearance.” [13:03] “For the people that have a desire for companionship, there is somebody out there that's looking for you. There is somebody for everybody... I'm saying the desperation that happens when you're wanting to find somebody so bad. If you release that and let go of that I think you will go into the frequency of attracting that right person for yourself”[20:56] “I have the hardest time receiving compliments… [The response] can be gracious and accepting that someone thinks that of you .” [40:51] “It's like, I want to be valued as enough by just showing up and being here and being me. There's always like this underlying striving to have that reflected back to you when we give everyone else the opportunity to comment on us. Or when we're waiting for someone else to comment on some sort of feature that we have about ourselves that we may or may not feel confident about.” Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Finding meaning in our lives is an essential part of being human; help others reach it too.Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved.Know someone who struggles with receiving and giving compliments? A simple way to give advice is to share what you've learned today on social media.Don't forget to follow and message us on these platforms!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosie/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rosieacosta Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacostaThanks for listening! To feeling radically loved,Rosie

Connect with Sheila Botelho
141: Fit In Fitness During Busy Times - Guided Meditation

Connect with Sheila Botelho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 18:00


The purpose of today's meditation is to support you in your desire to stay consistent with your movement practice through this busy time of year. Whether it's a short daily walk, a HIIT workout, yoga, or extreme snowboarding, fitting in time to move your miraculous body is a gift you give yourself. This meditation helps you create more flow and new, healthy patterns of viewing fitness as well.Make sure you are not driving or doing anything that requires your focused attention while listening to this podcast episode. Find a quiet place where you can be still, close your eyes and go inward.If you're looking to fill in nutritional gaps in your eating, this supplement pack is the only one I recommend and have been using personally for 26 years. There are a variety of other optimizers available for your unique needs as well. And if your body's telling you it's time to up your healthy eating game, this program is a great place to start.Resources:Connect to Sheila:Online Wellness Programs: http://www.sheilabotelho.comEat better - Feel Better: Healthy Eating RefresherInstagram: @sheilaabotelhoRate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160“I love what Sheila and her guests share on The Connect Podcast.”*Please consult your physician or health advisor before beginning any new healing or self-care protocol.

Recovery Elevator
RE 356: Play the Tape Forward

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 61:19


Episode 356 – Play the Tape Forward   Today we have Ashley.  She is 35 from Orange County, CA, and took her last drink on January 7, 2006.   Registration is now open for Restore, which begins January 1, 2022.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/restore/ Café RE:  https://www.recoveryelevator.com/cafere/   Highlights from Paul   Paul encourages you to check in with yourself about your feelings about your AF journey.  There are more recovery modalities than ever.  Keep searching for the one that works for you.  This week's tips are:  Play the tape forward.  Treat yourself to a gift.  Take three deep breaths into the lower lobes of the lung.    Drinking served a purpose for you initially.  Alcohol suppresses your inner turmoil: It gives you a sense of calm.  As you continue to suppress those voices, they grow louder, and you must drink more to make those feelings go away.  If you continue to override your internal guidance system, you live life truly blind, and nothing of significance takes place.  When do the miracles of sobriety occur?  Day 1, day 500?  It's up to you to find out.  https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20   [12:45] Ashley took her last drink on January 7, 2006.  She is married, has twin boys, and in 2010 co-founded an SV start-up that offers online outpatient addiction treatment.  She has a podcast called the courage to change.  https://www.lionrock.life/couragetochangepodcast  She is finishing her MBA, loves yoga, the outdoors, reading and comedy.  Since she got sober at 19, she has been revisiting fun at her current stage of life.   Ashley's first drink was a beer she stole from her parents' fridge, and it took her a week to finish it.  She felt like she was born with her skin too tight and always believed she was too much.  She tried to make herself into what others wanted her to be.   Ashley hired alcohol and drugs to do a job for her to make her feel okay and want to be on the planet.  By age 14, she was addicted to cocaine.  Through a boyfriend, she got addicted to heroin.   She was sent to several lockdown programs that were popular in early 2000.  She couldn't stay sober in treatment.  She would create disasters, leave, and change treatment centers.  She eventually left treatment and decided to drink instead of doing drugs.    In 2006 she started going to AA meetings, listening, and letting go of her old ideas, which was hard to do.  Her life became different when she let others help her and did what they said.  She went to college, had relationships, and started a company.  Instagram: @sobermomsquad ; https://www.lionrockrecovery.com/   Ashley went to meetings four days a week in early sobriety and participated in the fellowship.  Ashley did not heal her trauma in 12-step; therapy was essential for Ashley to do the work.  A young people's AA group in So CA allowed her to meet some great young people, and they partied without the alcohol.   She has been reinventing her recovery since having children.    Odette's Summary Where do I feel safe enough to be my best calm self?   Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense MINDFULNESS Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's Play the tape forward Buy yourself a gift Take three deep breaths   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

Ready to Lead
Leading Professionally in a Toxic Workplace with Karen Pierce

Ready to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 39:04


It can be hard to know how to navigate a really tough environment as a leader. This is how one woman did it really well.   On today's episode, host Jeff Mask sits down with Karen Pierce, CEO of KMP Consultants, to talk about best practices in leadership and how to deal with tough, even toxic, work environments. Karen and Jeff met at an event where Karen told him, “we speak a very similar language.” It's true. They do. The bottom line? They both believe deeply that leadership is all about putting people first. It's not as much about skills and getting things done. It's about developing people, inspiring them, motivating them.    Karen heard someone say once: “You can't be a leader if nobody's following you. And if nobody's following you, you're just out on a nice walk.”    Listen in for some great examples of leading well when things aren't going so great.    What Karen Does Now and How She Got Here   Karen helps leaders in organizations navigate change by developing an environment where people can thrive and have fun, feel valued, like they have a place, like they're a part of the organization, not just someone who gets assigned a task.   Work doesn't have to be a four-letter word, she says. It should be rewarding and affirming. We spend at least a third of our waking hours there. Rather than endure it to the weekend, we should feel like we're contributing to something better than ourselves. As we look at this Great Resignation, employees are voting with their feet. If we don't create an environment where they can thrive, they're heading somewhere else.    Karen's journey started when she was a young female aerospace engineer who faced a significant amount of resistance in spite of her ability. Women just weren't respected in the field, in general, and being good at what she did turned out to be more negative than positive. She could work really hard and do a great job and still not be part of the team.    People felt threatened by her. Her work was sabotaged. When she got promotions, people talked about who she slept with to get there. Her life was even threatened. She came to a decision point. Pursue this or quit and find something else. “I have a purpose here,” she decided. “I can try to make a difference.” Maybe she could change people's minds and make things better for the women who came after her.    Dealing with Toxic Work Environments   Over the course of her career, Karen has handled toxic work environments with grace. At one point, Karen's boss sent a problem employee to her. This employee was frustrated with his job, was feeling very threatened, and had almost hit his manager. He was dealing with mental health issues that people didn't know about at the time, putting Karen in a difficult situation. He threatened her life at one point, but no one believed her. It wasn't until they were in court (he sued her) and had an outburst, that her lawyer realized her life was in danger.    Leading through mental health challenges is so tough, and is part of a leader's reality more now than it's ever been. Passing employees from one leader to the next isn't the best idea. Help them be extraordinary first in their current role, before passing them on. If it's happened more than twice, don't be seduced as a leader, thinking you can be a hero. There's a pattern there.    Not being believed is a frustrating, even terrifying, thing. It took a lot of guts for Karen to raise red flags, because she was young and female. She didn't want to be a failure. She asked good questions and kept good records, and eventually the truth came to light.    Fast forward in her career to when she got a leadership position that several people she was leading wanted. They were in an open office environment with about 40 people. The VP came barreling in, hair on fire, screaming obscenities, and heading toward her desk. Apparently, she had written something in her weekly report that had made its way to the President's desk, and this guy had gotten flak for it and decided to humiliate her.    She calmly stood up and said, “I think this conversation would work better in the conference room.” She went and he followed, and it just got worse. She finally said, “I think we're both upset and should take a breather and reconvene when we're calm.” Everyone saw her walk out and walk back to her desk where she had a private meltdown.   What Karen Did Right   Karen noticed immediately after that encounter that her esteem at the company rose incredibly. She had shown that she respected herself, sending a message to her team that she would have their backs and respect them as well. She could have cowered in the man's presence, f-bombed right back at him, even assaulted him. But she responded with grace and dignity, clarity and confidence.    She had the discernment to know to take it somewhere private, then the discernment to stop it so he could calm down. People gravitated to her to be led by her because of how she led herself in that moment. Her boss recognized that he could rely on her to be professional when things were uncomfortable, and her peers stepped up their game. She elevated the game for everyone.    Ask yourself these questions about Karen's situation:   Where does this apply to me as a leader? How has it applied to me in the past? How might it apply to me in the future? How will I choose to respond if this happens to me?   In the end, good wins over bad, Karen says. It's up to you to maintain your own principles. Jeff likes to call these character-revealing moments. Our character is developed in the private moments when no one is watching. In business, we have all sorts of moments where things don't go the way we want. Whatever the stress is, those are character-revealing moments.    Choose to respond positively, powerfully, and productively. It's our choice. It's a lot easier to lead when things are great. In leadership, we show our face when tough times arise.    Leadership is about others, Karen says. It's about the people you lead. Take the ego out of it. Don't take things personally. Think about how you can help others get through it.   Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. Was something in today's episode a big aha moment for you? Anything you disagreed with? What did you learn that you've applied to your leadership? Email them here with your thoughts/questions: feedback@readytolead.com    RESOURCES: Connect with Karen on LinkedIn KMP Consultants   OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast with Mark de Grasse

Connect with Sheila Botelho
140: What Do You Need To Surrender?

Connect with Sheila Botelho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 9:29


When you add up all the elements of your life, you are holding a lot. What do you need to surrender to start to feel more ease?In today's minisode, I share a story surrounding the passing of my mother 4 years ago, that informs so much of how I navigate what I hold on to. I hope you find it an encouragement during a time of year that can feel anything but easeful.Resources:Connect with Sheila:Online Wellness Programs: http://www.sheilabotelho.comEat better - Feel Better - Get More Energy: Healthy Eating RefresherContact Me: https://www.sheilabotelho.com/contact/Instagram: @sheilaabotelhoRate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/connect-with-sheila-botelho/id1527363160“I love what Sheila and her guests share on The Connect Podcast."

Joe Cannon Health Podcast
Jonathan Posey: Council of Holistic Health Educators

Joe Cannon Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 73:43


If you are a fitness or holistic health professional, how do you know if you are stepping outside your scope of practice? Which states have the hardest regulations? If you do run into trouble, who can you turn to for help? In this episode, I interview Jonathan Posey, the founder of the Council of Holistic Health Educators, who works with legislators to protect the rights of those in the fitness, wellness, and holistic health field to continue to help people. They work to defeat harmful legislation and lobby federal, state, and local governments to pass laws that protect and grow our diverse profession's ability to practice and employment opportunities. Resources Connect with Jonathan and sign up for his free newsletter HolisticCouncil.org Institute for Justice - free legal help. Americans for Prosperity  - more help ========================= Support The Podcast Here's how you can support the podcast Click Here to contribute any amount to PayPal: Venmo: @ Joe-Cannon-38   (any amount) ==================================== Order My Rhabdo Book Rhabdomyolysis is the painful and serious side effect of exercise you need to know about. I've been teaching about rhabdo for over 10 years. If you are in the US, you can order it directly from me. I'll even autograph it if you like. Purchase My Rhabdo Book Order on Amazon ==================================== Connect with me: Joe-Cannon.com com My YouTube Channel My books: All my books on Amazon ====================== Disclaimer: Episodes are for information only. I'm not a medical doctor. No medical advice is given or implied. Always consult your doctor for the best health advice for you. I participate in the Amazon Associates program.

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What
How to Avoid Solving Problems That Don't Matter

UnYielded: Thriving No Matter What

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 44:04


Every day, we make thousands of decisions. However, when we make the majority of those decisions, we do not think at all. Although this automatic thinking process is not necessary every single time, there are occasions where we must make decisions manually rather than automatically. My guest today is someone who gets people to think. He teaches critical thinking to enable people to evaluate issues and problems differently. He is the CEO of Headscratchers, which trains professionals the critical thinking skills for problem-solving, decision making, leadership, and creativity. Before forming HeadScratchers, he spent 25 years leading teams that built award-winning products and services across computer and communications technologies and markets. Also, he is the author of the book, Think Smarter: Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills. Michael Kallet, an expert in the critical thinking field, joins us today to share his wisdom on critical thinking and guide us to think smarter. Michael's Story – Michael shares the story behind the name of his company and what led him to start it.Automatic Thinking – Most of the time, we allow our thinking to be intuitive. Michael expresses his ideas about our daily thinking process. Critical Thinking - Michael talks about his perspective on critical thinking and what gets in the way of critical thinking.Distinguish the Issue – If we are not clear on the issue, we cannot resolve it. Michael explains numerous ways on how to get clear on the problem.Assumptions - Making assumptions is a crucial part of making a decision. Michael shares his insights about the role they play in critical thinking.Wrong Assumptions – Michael believes that assumptions never work against us. Also, he mentions that incorrect assumptions are a result of inaccurate information.Confirmation Bias -  Most of us have confirmation bias. Michael shares his thoughts on how to become more aware of confirmation bias in thinking.Be Aware of Your Assumptions – We discuss why most individuals find it hard to recognize their assumptions and several methods to become more aware of them. Better Decisions -  All of us always want to make better decisions. Michael points out several questions that we should ask ourselves to make sure we are making better decisions.D.A.R.N. Thinking – D.A.R.N. stands for Detour, Alternative, Revise, New. Michael explains each of the components giving day-to-day examples. There is a way –  We sometimes feel as if we have no other options. However, this is not the case. There is always a path, but we do not seek it.ResourcesConnect with MichaelWebsite: headscratchers.com/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mike-kallet-31a266/ D.A.R.N. Thinking: headscratchers.com/Post_May_2021.htmlThink Smarter: Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills: goodreads.com/book/show/18555356-think-smarter?from_search=true&from_srp=true&qid=JxncKn7Ptd&rank=1

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Rosie Acosta - Radically Loved Podcast - Ep 407 - Jen Sincero

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 38:02


Creating Badass Habits For Success with Jen SinceroIt's not easy to make habits stick. Oftentimes, you might find yourself backsliding and ending up right where you started. But whether or not you're aware of it, you probably have some habits hindering you from being successful — and those are habits that need to be broken.In this episode, New York Times bestselling author Jen Sincero discusses how you can set boundaries and create good habits that will serve you and others. She explains how social media has impeded our ability to cherish moments and connections. Finally, she also shares how you can honor your feelings and get rid of people-pleasing habits.If you want to learn how to create badass habits for your success, tune in to this episode!Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:1.Find out how to make habits stick.2.Learn the importance of setting healthy boundaries.3.Discover how to cut down on social media.Resources●Connect with Jen: Jen's Website | URA Website●Reserve your spot for the Badass Habits virtual book tour now!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies on the Radically Loved website!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at RadicallyLoved.com, and I'll send it right away!Episode HighlightsJen's Pandemic Experience●Jen is still figuring things out in 2021, but she's had many silver linings, too.●Being intentional about slowing down has been a gift to her during the pandemic, making her feel empowered.●The pandemic has been an existential opportunity for her.Honoring Your Feelings●Your experience is yours regardless of what's happening to others. ●As a human being, you'll have challenges and you don't need to discredit any negative feelings.●It's important to be aware and grateful for your blessings.Making New Habits Stick●She did a 21-day course in the book, but the more she did research and paid attention to her own life and habits, she realized that there's no specific amount of time to make new habits stick.●It took her several tries to quit smoking until she finally did.●Chunking things down into bite-sized actions makes it easier.The Importance of Boundaries●Not having good boundaries is exhausting because you end up doing stuff you don't want to do, which builds up resentment.●Healthy, clear boundaries are a gift to everyone. ●Shifting to a perception of a healthy boundary as something positive is the first step.Setting Boundaries in Social Media●She didn't grow up with social media so she's not as invested in it.●Just like any other boundary or habit, specifics are the key to freedom.●Don't dwell too much on the negative stuff because people's opinions and reactions about you are really about themselves.Minimizing Social Media Use●Strictly set up times when you're allowed to look at your phone.●Intentionally doing something helps break the initial habit.●Our gadgets are always interrupting us and stopping us from cherishing moments where we're able to be with others.Staying Present●Being present for anybody is definitely a challenge because we're all busy, but it all boils down to intention.●Just do your best and try not to beat yourself up.●Writing notes to yourself, using visual cues, and taking a deep breath is helpful.How People Pleasers Can Set Boundaries●In every single to-do list, consider if it brings you joy or if you want to do it.●Connect with your feelings.●You're not serving anyone if you're doing something you don't want to do, especially if it's just to please people.Jen's Creativity and Mental Well-being●Jen loves moving and new experiences.●She's lived in big cities a lot and she loves that energy, but she also loves hiking and nature so she loved living in the city and vacationing in nature.●The pandemic impacted her creativity and well-being because she needs the vibrancy and energy of a city and she needs to travel.How Jen Feels About Her Book●Jen is proud of having the discipline to write something because writing is a challenge.●She's not particularly proud of her book's success and while she thinks she did a good job on her book, she believes it's mostly awesome timing.5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode[5:43] “You're still a human being, and you still have your challenges and your highs and your lows and all that. So it doesn't mean every time you have a “negative feeling” or “thought”, you need to discredit it because you are so charmed.”[8:08] “Whatever your habit is, if you just take it one little piece at a time, instead of overwhelming yourself with how long it's going to take and or how much you have to do, you'll be so much more successful.”[19:27] “... it's so rare, especially now that you get one on one with people or you're in a room with another human and I want to cherish that, you know, togetherness and not be always over here [on my phone].”[21:18] “... staying present for anybody is really a challenge because we are all being pulled in so many directions. And again, it's just that intention, you know, and just doing your best with it and not beating yourself up.”[23:02] “... you're not serving them if you're doing it and you do not want to do it. And if you're doing it just to please them and be liked, that's not a good reason.”Jen Sincero is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker and motivational cattle prod who's helped countless people transform their lives with her products, seminars, and books. Her #1 New York Times bestseller, You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.As a highly sought-after speaker, she has shared her signature brand of motivational comedy with everyone from women entrepreneurs to multinational corporations. Her works have appeared in a variety of media outlets such as the New York Times, Success Magazine, Forbes, Cosmo, and so much more. Her other books include You Are a Badass Every Day, Don't Sleep With Your Drummer, The Straight Girl's Guide to Sleeping With Chicks, and Badass Habits.If you wish to connect with Jen, you may check out her website or URA's website. Enjoy the Podcast?If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love!Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved.Are there any habits that you want to break to make way for more healthy habits? A simple way is to listen to the episode and share what you've learned today on social media.Don't forget to follow and message us on these platforms!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta/Twitter: https://twitter.com/rosieacostaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosieTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacostaTo feeling radically loved,Rosie

Beyond the Barn
Ep. 025: How to Plan for Hay Needs and Useful Storage Tips to Avoid Hay Loss

Beyond the Barn

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 34:25


**Announcement - We'll be taking a short holiday break so there will not be a new episode, Tuesday December 21st. Episode 26 will release Tuesday, January 4th. ____________________________________30:35 – A fun holiday experience to share with your horse friends, 4-H/FFA/Pony Club members or kids/grandkids – make your own horse cookies:https://news.vet.tufts.edu/2016/11/how-to-make-your-own-horse-cookies/32:44 – How many years hay will store for and how much dry matter loss occurs (see table 1) - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/hay-storage-for-safety-and-to-prevent-losses/____________________________________Additional Resources:“Hay Storage for Safety and to Prevent Loss” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/hay-storage-for-safety-and-to-prevent-losses/“How Much Hay You Need to Store for the Winter Months – Prepping Now” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/how-much-hay-you-need-to-store-for-the-winter-months-prepping-now/____________________________________Have a topic idea or feedback to share? We want to connect with you! Email podcast@standleeforage.comShare our podcast and learn more about our co-hosts at our Beyond the Barn podcast pageSUBSCRIBE to the Beyond the Barn podcast email to be an exclusive insider!Find us on Apple, Spotify or Google Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE, so you never miss an episode.____________________________________Check out the Standlee Barn Bulletin BlogFind more nutritional resources from Dr. Stephen Duren and Dr. Tania Cubitt at https://standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-resourcesConnect with Standlee on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok

Garlic Marketing Show
The Simple Method to Boost Your SaaS Business Revenue with David Henzel

Garlic Marketing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 34:22


Boost your SaaS revenue and potentially add up to millions of dollars with these simple methods. Ian Garlic talks to David Henzel, the CEO of UpCoach, about his experience successfully scaling and managing multiple brands. They discuss David's experience and his secret to developing great partners. David also tells the crazy story of how his email marketing resulted in him receiving death threats. What You'll Learn:Successfully Managing Multiple BrandsThe Key to Figuring Out Your Marketing ChannelsThe Secret to Developing Great PartnersBoosting SaaS Revenue and Adding MillionsDavid's Marketing Strategy That Resulted in Death ThreatsConnect with David:More About DavidLinkedIn FacebookWhat are B Corps?Resources:Connect with IanBook a Discovery Call Today with Our ExpertsSubscribe to the YouTube Channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Honest eCommerce
150 | The Fatal Error When Selling Your Business | with Thomas Smale

Honest eCommerce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 34:56


Thomas Smale is the Founder and CEO of FE International, an award-winning global M&A advisor of SaaS, e-commerce and content businesses.  On this podcast, we talk about the 3 main types of people who buy websites, the 3 types of websites that FE International is interested in buying, why you should be careful in listening to growth advice, and so much more! To learn more, visit: http://honestecommerce.co Resources: Connect with Thomas @ThomasSmale linkedin.com/in/thomassmale Sell your online business with a Professional M&A Advisor you can trust feinternational.com Get a free valuation of your website feinternational.com/sell-your-website Scale your business with electriceye.io Download Mesa at the Shopify App Store apps.shopify.com/mesa Respond to any of Rewind's welcome emails and mention HONEST ECOMMERCE to get 1 month free rewind.io/honest Level up your customer support gorgias.grsm.io/honest Get started with a free account at klaviyo.com/honest

Recovery Elevator
RE 355: The Uno Reverse Card

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 59:14


Episode 355 – the Uno reverse card.   Today we have Rocio.  She is 42, from Washington state, and took her last drink on August 31, 2020.   Registration is now open for Restore which begins January 1,2022.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/restore/   Highlights from Paul   Paul reminds you if you drank over Thanksgiving or your sobriety plans aren't going so hot, don't kick the bucket to January or to the next holiday season.    This week's tips from Paul include:  1) rest, 2) Uno reverse card – remember that most criticisms and judgments have nothing to do with you, 3) remind yourself that you are physically safe.  Much of our addiction is tied to an overactive nervous system that prevents us from departing from the fight or flight emotions.   When we're drinking, there is no time left to create, to explore, to discover, to get to know, or reflect upon. Instead, we are picking up the pieces, sometimes trying to put the pieces together from the night before. Much of this behavior is the body seeking safety and refuge from situations that may have occurred decades ago. Relax and let your inner guidance take over.   https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20                                                                               [11:29] Rocio took her last drink August 31, 2020.  Rocio is married with three sons and lives in Edmonds, WA.  Rocio had an abusive marriage and had the courage to leave her marriage.  Her drinking wasn't a huge issue until the last 6 years.  As her kids started to grow, she became part of the mommy wine culture and alcohol was part of everything from sports events to PTA meetings and family gatherings.    She noticed she was starting to plan around events.   Her husband was concerned, and always approached her with an attitude of help.  Rocio didn't have a turn-off switch and she had some self-sabotaging characteristics.  She described that hamster wheel of parenthood, work, and fun.  Alcohol helped her numb.    Breaking her hip at a bike race became a turning point.  She didn't stop drinking but had to learn to walk again and the recovery took a year.  Rocio was sober curious and did several dry January's.  During a family vacation, she had some great insights about the role alcohol played in her family including some questions from her son.  About six months into sobriety, she started to get real clarity on her relationships and how she thinks.  Connection, accountability, quit lit, boundaries and self-care were great tools.  Her marriage is amazing, and she has great support.    Odette's Summary Odette reminds us to protect our energy during the holiday season.  Give yourself permission to take care of you.    Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense mindfulness Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's Rest Uno reverse card Remind yourself you are safe   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

Recovery Elevator
RE 354: Holiday Survival Kit

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 64:45


Episode 354   Today we have Cordell.  He is 38, from North Dakota, and took his last drink on December 6, 2017.   Highlights from Odette   Odette has some helpful hints to contribute to Paul's Holiday Survival Guide.  Odette suggests 1) have a fun escape plan, 2) offer to do the dishes, 3) dig into your arsenal of why's.   Beyond tips, Odette suggests really focusing on effective communications.  Set expectations in advance, particularly with those closest to you so they understand you are committed to staying sober, even if it means leaving early.  You don't have to burn the ships either, you can reference plans early the next day.  Odette says having a puppy is a great reason to leave a party early.    Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20   [6:05] Cordell took his last drink December 6, 2017.  He is 38 and has a wife and 3 kids.  He spends lots of time chasing kids and he works in a coal mine.  Sobriety is the best choice he ever made.   Cordell was raised in a Christian family with lots of family gatherings in a small town with lots of alcohol.  Taking a sip of his parents' drink was common.  In high school, alcohol was a given, part of the norm.  Cordell didn't drink to have fun; he drank to get wasted.  He started working as a welder and drinking was part of the routine.   At 22 he decided he needed help.  He smoked pot and took other drugs, and it had a spiraling effect.  He went to a 30-day Intensive Outpatient program.  He was sober for almost a year and decided he had it under control.  He would drink 1-2 beers at a party and “drink responsibly”.    At 24, his girlfriend was pregnant.  He wasn't ready to be a father and his drinking really took off.   He lost his job, his friends, his car and was at rock bottom.  He met his son for the first time when he was 3 months old.  Meeting his son encouraged him to clean up his act a bit.  He quit taking drugs but continued to drink.  He moved in with his girlfriend, got a job and maintained as a functioning alcoholic.  His daughter was born two years later.  Almost immediately after his daughter was born, his girlfriend was pregnant again.      Cordell was often put in jail for fighting with his girlfriend.  He eventually got a job at the coal mine.  He and his girlfriend got married.  His drinking slowed, but extra income became an opportunity to start taking drugs again.  He was fired after a random drug screen.  His drinking and using escalated and his wife kicked him out.  He moved in with a buddy who was also drinking and drugging.    Ultimately, he went to rehab.  The withdrawal was hell, but he found new tools to have fun, and started to surround himself with healthy people.  Now he coaches wrestling, volleyball and is actively engaged with his kids.  He talks to his sponsor daily and he has learned how to apologize.    Kris's Summary Kris reminds us our path isn't linear.  He speaks about binging on feelings and emotions.  He is physically and emotionally exhausted.  Kris encourages us to shift our thinking an reframe recovery as a gift.  We learn how to feel and sit with our feelings, know they aren't permanent and move forward.  Stick with it!   Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense MINDFULNESS Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

Recovery Elevator
RE 353: It's a Week to be Thankful

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 57:33


Episode 353 – It's a Week to be Thankful   Today we have Jan.  She is from Connecticut and took her last drink on February 1, 2021.   Restore – intensive on-online dry January 15 session course. Registration opens 12/1/21. Costa Rica starts January 15. Email kate@recoveryelevator.com to get on waiting list. AF Sober Ukulele (8 week) course starts 2/5/2022. Registration opens January 7th. Denver Retreat (3/31 – 4/2) Register: https://www.recoveryelevator.com/denver/   Café RE donated $15,094.73 to organizations and non-profits geared towards helping those affected by addiction.   Highlights from Paul   Paul is encouraging listeners to develop a game plan for the holidays.  Last week he encouraged us to: 1) create a detailed craving plan, 2) turn FOMO into JOMO by saying no and, 3) pick a holiday theme song.   Paul shares that when we make the decision to not drink, an unbelievable amount of energy is released. This is less about staying away from alcohol and more about creating a life that doesn't require alcohol. When we're drinking there is no space mentally for this new life.   This week Paul encourages us to:  1) select a Thanksgiving AF beverage, 2) schedule one minute of intense mindfulness and, 3) sticky note – write a reminder, goal or affirmation and put it somewhere you can see it.      Remember what the holiday is all about, being grateful for all the gifts we have including the adversity that inspired us to go alcohol free.  Paul's pep talks can be found here:  https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20   [14:34] Jan took her last drink 2/1/2021.  She is 71 years old and has a son.  She is a massage therapist, health coach, dog sitter and loves hiking, audiobooks, and photography.   Jan started drinking went she went to school overseas in Italy.  It was part of the culture. She drank and experimented with drugs through college.  She had serious health consequences because of her drinking.  She worked at several resorts and met her husband who loved to drink.    Jan went to AA and stayed sober for four years.  She returned to drinking for twenty years.   She struggled with mental health issues, anxiety, and panic attacks.   She spent a lot of time in psychiatric hospitals and was encouraged not to drink.  Jan went to 4 or 5 different treatment centers.  The tipping point came when her son pushed her to quit.  Jan pretended to take Antabuse in front of her son and maintaining the facade was exhausting.  A friend of her son's recommended Café RE; the connection she found within Café RE was very helpful.    Jan loves “We are the Luckiest” by Laura McKowen and recalls hearing, “find a room that works and stick with it,” and that resonated for her.  She steers clear of situations where people are drinking alcohol.  The obsession has lifted.    Odette's Summary Odette reflects on Café Re's recent regionals event.  The theme was acceptance.  Odette reads a beautiful passage from Melody Beattie about acceptance.  https://melodybeattie.com/acceptance-2/      Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Strategy Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense MINDFULNESS Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes