Let's be honest - we've all been victims at some point in our lives. We get burned out, blame others for our struggles, and complain that the world is out to get us. Today, I want to introduce you to someone who turned the challenges in her life into the stepping stones for success. In this episode, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Nicole Wehn, a remarkable business coach from Germany who specializes in helping female entrepreneurs build their personal brands. Nicole's journey is a testament to the incredible power of transformation, as she shifted from a victim mentality to wholeheartedly embracing ownership of her life. Like many of us, there was a time when Nicole was trapped in a cycle of burnout, constant complaints, and pointing fingers at everyone but herself. But then, something extraordinary happened. She made the courageous decision to take 100% RESPONSIBILITY for where she was in life. Nicole discovered that her victim mentality was sapping her energy and leading to constant burnout. She bravely worked through her fears of judgment, allowing her to build deeper connections in her business and marriage. She realized that by hiding her true self, she was actually preventing others from growing. By embracing vulnerability, she was able to strengthen her confidence, which, in turn, enabled her to set healthy boundaries with others. Nicole also transformed her approach to parenting, teaching her children self-love and the importance of following their hearts. But perhaps one of the most significant shifts was in her relationship with money. She started seeing money as something that FLOWS from the universe. Instead of chasing metrics and numbers, she focused on genuinely being of service to others. This change in mindset had an incredible impact on her business, doubling her revenue from 100k to 500k. Nicole's story serves as a powerful reminder that, regardless of where you find yourself today, you possess the power to rewrite your life's narrative and pave the way for a brighter, more purposeful future. Transformational Takeaway: By embracing vulnerability, we can strengthen even our closest relationships. When we focus on serving others with our unique gifts, we gain the power to manifest abundance and success. What would it look like for you to give up blame and embrace personal responsibility? How might being vulnerable deepen and strengthen your connections with those around you? VISIT THE SHOW NOTES HERE FOR MORE: https://www.jimfortin.com/290 LIKED THE EPISODE? If you're the kind of person who likes to help others, then share this with your friends and family. If you have found value, they will too. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts so we can reach more people. Join the conversation inside the Jim Fortin Podcast Community Facebook group HERE. OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY: My Instagram account Podcast Facebook Community Click here to send your questions Thank you for listening! With Gratitude, Jim Fortin
TV and Film Class Private Coaching Fear and Bravery One way to look at fear is that it is just a fact of life. And I remember when I had so much anxiety as a child. And I used to think to myself, I'd be like, "If could just get rid of this. I just wish somebody could remove anxiety from me." But remember that anxiety and fear were given to us for a specific reason: the sabertoothed tiger. Because a long time ago, we needed to rely on our fear instincts. I want to have some element of that ability to feel fear because, to be quite honest, I live near a mountain and these animals are around, and I need to be cautious; I need to turn on the lights, I need to make noise, I need not to be thinking about something else when I go outside at night and to be quite honest during the day as well. But really, at night, when I can't see anything. So, I think again to understand that fear is something that was given to us to protect us and for us to know that we don't want to get rid of it entirely, but we also don't want it to rule our lives. So Susan Jeffers, who wrote the fabulous book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, says, "the fear will never go away as long as I continue to grow." Again, I talk a lot about comfort zones and that a comfort zone isn't something that is bad. It's just trying to keep us "safe." And when I use the word safe, I'm putting it in quotation marks. I'm putting it in quotation marks because the fact of the matter is that life begins at the end of our comfort zone, but here's the biggie: so does success. And in time management, and all my coaching, my private coaching, my group coaching, I talk a lot about doing that one to three things every day that makes you want to vomit in your mouth just a little bit. Makes you just a little bit uncomfortable, just a little bit. Why? Because then you expand your comfort zone and you build the thing that will help you with fear more than anything else: self-esteem. One of the things that I also believe is that you can use fear to succeed. Now, this might be impossible; hear me out. If you start to look at or reframe the idea that fear is a bridge to success. It becomes easy to succeed. Just do everything you are afraid of, and then you will succeed. And the reason why I think that we know what our next step is, we just don't want to do it. We just don't want to do it. But the question I always pose to my clients is the following: how bad do you want it? How bad do you want it? Do you want to give in to fear, or do you want to go after your dream? Do you want to give in to that fear in that moment? Or do you want to choose the thing that will get you to the next level, which will get you to the success that you want? And to do those things you are afraid of, and I call it rule number one and rule number two. Rule number one is to do everything you are afraid of. Rule number two is when in doubt; go back to rule number one. In other words, you can't get out of it if you want to grow or succeed. So remember, the fear will never go away as long as I continue to grow. The only way to get rid of fear is to go out and do it, i.e., rule number one: do everything you are afraid of. Rule number two: when in doubt, go back to rule number one. Also, remember in that process of doing everything that you are afraid of or doing that thing that makes you want to vomit in your mouth just a little bit, remember this: you can babystep it. It doesn't have to be all-out frightening. It just needs to be that next little step until you can feel that you can take that next bigger step. And this can be done. Now, not only will I experience fear whenever I am in unfamiliar territory, but guess what? So does everybody else. And remember that doing things that you are afraid of makes you feel better about yourself and builds that phenomenal thing that only you can give yourself, which is self-esteem. Of course, the problem is that you have to earn self-esteem from the hardest person on the planet to earn it from, which again is yourself. "Pushing through fear is less frightening than living with the underlying fear that comes from that feeling of helplessness." So, that brings me to catabolic and anabolic energy, catabolic energy is energy that eats you, that kind of that works against you, that destroys you. Anabolic energy is energy that builds, strengthens, and expands. And again, that is the law, one of the laws of the Universe, expansion. The Universe wants you to succeed. The Universe wants you to expand. Why? Because as you expand, it expands. You are a part of it. It is a part of you. The lowest form of energy is catabolic energy and is the energy a victim. It's the "I can't. I can't. I won't. I'm not able. I'm helpless, and I'm hopeless." And your chance for success when you are living in that energy is so low. Then we have the energy of anger conflict. Now, that is stronger than victim. And I am a huge believer because I've used it several times in my life that the energy of anger, yes, is a catabolic energy. Still, it can also be the thing that lights the match, that brings you into that first energy of anabolic energy. Responsibility. It's like you get so sick of being sick and tired, you're like, fuck it, I'm going to change. And when you change, what happens then is you start to take responsibility. With taking responsibility comes an understanding and a true learning that you can handle things. You will never be given more than you can handle, but you will be given more than you can control. And this a good exercise is, when you start to feel anxious or icky about something is, taking that step back and observing and asking yourself, "Am I handling this, or am I trying to control it?" And if anxiety is involved, chances are it's control. And again, when you are in that moment of anxiety, ask yourself, "What am I not taking responsibility for that could be causing me to feel this anxiety?" Because you might be living under that fabulous line of the underlying fear that comes from a feeling of helplessness. Because you're not helpless. You're not hopeless. It requires just a mustard seed of bravery. And the understanding of these principles around fear and around bravery to change. You can change. I only know it because I did. And I always say, "I never teach or coach anything that I haven't guinea-pigged on myself." I want to remind you of two tools here that you can take away, and then I'm going to read you one of my favorite quotes about being brave. I want to remind you that when you're feeling fear, if you can, take yourself out of the house or wherever you are. Go get yourself a cup of coffee or a cup of tea or an iced tea or whatever, just a nice beverage with pen and paper, and ask yourself, "Am I controlling? Or am I handling? How could I handle this situation?" And if you need to, you can even make two columns: what am I trying to handle and what am I trying to control? Because what you are doing when you do that is putting distance between you and the thing you are frightened of. Is there something that you need to babystep in order to handle? Again, take that step back, observing and saying to yourself, "What am I not taking responsibility here?" You may find it might be something on the handle list, but you have been finding yourself just staying in that underlying fear from feeling helpless, in which case you are just making yourself miserable. You're just making yourself miserable. And you are choosing to stay in that misery, and you don't need to do that. Asking yourself, "Am I in victim? Am I in anger, or am I in the energy of responsibility?" You are again stopping and taking that step back and observing where you are at with fear and where you are at with bravery. My favorite quote of all time in my entire life and the most influential quote of my life is by Helen Keller. It says, "To keep our faces toward change, and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate, is strength undefeatable." The fear will not win, but we need to do the legwork. We need to go outside of that comfort zone. The following quote, which I love, is from Jen Sincero from The Badass Books when she says, "You're going to have to push through your fears, fail over and over again, and make a habit of doing things you're not so comfy doing. You're going to have to let go of old limiting beliefs and cling to the decision to create the acting career you desire like your life depends on it. Because guess what? Your life does depend on it."
Humans have been making steel in some form or other for over two millennia – and consistently re-using and recycling it along the way. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with Chathu Gamage from the Rocky Mountain Institute to learn more about the steel industry. We look back at the modern history of … Continue reading Chathu Gamage: Forging Cleaner Steel → This article and podcast Chathu Gamage: Forging Cleaner Steel appeared first on Sea Change Radio.
Join us on this episode of the Birth Journeys as Mickaela shares how she was drawn to birth before she was ever pregnant and how that shaped her view early on to take radical responsibility for herself and her baby and birth at home without the assistance of a midwife. This episode covers natural birth, homebirth and freebirth. Reach Mickaela Here: Instagram: https://instagram.com/reclaiming.motherhood?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Homebirth On Your Own Terms: https://www.heatherbakermw.com/product-page/book-home-birth-on-your-own-terms Real Food for Pregnancy: The Science and Wisdom of Optimal Prenatal Nutrition https://a.co/d/foL16sp
Do you need help discovering and embracing your unique talents and passions? Or perhaps you're already pursuing your calling but are struggling to balance it with your other roles and self-care.FREE Enneagram resources here: https://www.yourenneagramcoach.com/podcastresources 00:00 Episode 191: Finding Balance in Purpose & Responsibilities with the Enneagram ft. Dorena Williamson03:05 Dorena's Story05:16 Dorena's Enneagram Journey17:05 Type 9 Finding Her Passion27:35 Seeking Balance34:50 Overwhelmed with Opportunity and Responsibility42:55 Type 9 Connecting PartsIn this week's podcast episode, Dorena Williamson (Type 9) joins Beth to share how the Enneagram helped her awaken and pursue her calling as a writer. Type 9s often alternate between idleness and extreme action because they fear future stagnation. Through the Enneagram, Dorena and Beth have learned to balance the extremes of their personality Types better, and so can you!⭐Navigate your doubts, rejections, and moments of wanting to give up⭐When to say yes and when to say no as opportunities arise⭐Trust that the greatest growth happens beneath the surfaceThank you to our hosts and guests:Dorena Williamson (Type 9):The book link is here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/673443/i-know-who-i-am-by-dorena-williamson-illustrated-by-dana-sanmar/ Website: www.dorenawilliamson.comIG: @Dorena WilliamsonFB: @Dorena WilliamsonTW: @dorenawill#Enneagram #PersonalityTypes #EnneagramCoachIf you're enjoying this content and want to take your Enneagram journey to the next level, we invite you to check out our free EnneaWhat minicourse. In EnneaWhat?, Beth teaches you what the Enneagram is, how to find your Type, what it means to become A.W.A.R.E. and how to you can begin effectively applying the Enneagram to your life.Enjoy our FREE EnneaWhat Mini Course. Just click this link to start now.
On this edition of Parallax Views, Alfred de Zayas, a law professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and the UN Independent Expert on International Order from 2012-18, returns to the program to discuss the current worrying situation of Nagorno-Karabakh from an international law and human rights perspective. In the course of this conversation de Zayas offers sweeping history of why Armenians from Nagorno-Karabakh fear aggression by Azerbaijan enough to flee. We delve into the history of Turkish and Azeri persecution of Armenians going back to the 1915 genocide at the hands of the Ottoman Empire as well as the Istanbul Pogrom of September 6-7 1955. Additionally, Alfred de Zayas talk about Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine and what he argues is the hypocrisy of the international community on the issue of Nagorno-Karabakh.
This week on the Million Dollar Mastermind podcast, host Larry Weidel is joined by Shawn Moore, CEO and Founder of Vodyssey, a leading platform specializing in short-term rental property investing. From helping an investor couple earn $5,600 in 90 days to another couple who made $ 750K in annual profit in two years, Vodessy has the secret sauce to fulfill your lifestyle dreams and financial freedom. Shawn has achieved success by learning to swim against the tide. He has seen the highs and lows in real estate and built his business brick by brick. He started out by flipping homes, building his portfolio, and launching what became the #1 short-term rental education company.
What is our role in our children's salvation? It's easy to hope in a formulaic approach for our kids' salvation - to think if we just pray and have the family bible studies we're guaranteed our kids will make an early decision to follow Jesus. But what about when they don't? How do we stay “ok” when our kids are choosing the things we wouldn't choose for them? How do we trust in God's relentless but gentle pursuit of our kids when we don't see any evidence of it? My guest this week, Vela Tomba, says we stay in our own hula-hoop. We let go of the things we cannot control. We allow ourselves grief but we also allow ourselves hope and trust in the way God is writing the story. She draws from her own experience as a mom and from helping other moms struggling with their kids' choices. Connect with Vela Tomba: Website: https://www.velatomba.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vela.tomba/ Instagram: @velatomba Links Mentioned: Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring For Yourself by Melody Beattie Related Episodes: Hula Hoop-o-logy :: Vela Tomba [GCM Ep 28] Self-Differentiation and Why It Matters :: Nancy Houston [Ep 335] Summer of Mentorship 2019 Week One :: Nancy Williams Praying the Scriptures :: Jodi Berndt [Ep 194] Featured Sponsors: Find links to this week's sponsors and unique promo codes at dontmomalone.com/sponsors.
In this episode, we explore the trans-formative power of assuming responsibility and taking action in your life. Dive into the mindset shift required to overcome challenges, seize opportunities, and achieve your goals. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SALES SECRETS PODCASTITUNES ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/s...SPOTIFY ► https://open.spotify.com/show/1BKYsQo...YOUTUBE ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVUh...THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY SEAMLESS.AI - THE WORLD'S BEST SALES LEADSWEBSITE ► https://www.seamless.ai/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/seamlessai/JOIN FOR FREE TODAY ► https://login.seamless.ai/invite/podcastSHOW DESCRIPTIONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson, entrepreneur and founder of Seamless.AI. Twice a week, Brandon interviews the world's top sales experts like Jill Konrath, Aaron Ross, John Barrows, Trish Bertuzzi, Mark Hunter, Anthony Iannarino and many more -- to uncover actionable strategies, playbooks, tips and insights you can use to generate more revenue and close more business. If you want to learn the most powerful sales secrets from the top sales experts in the world, Sales Secrets From The Top 1% is the place to find them.SALES SECRET FROM THE TOP 1%WEBSITE ► https://www.secretsalesbook.com/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/sales-secret-book/ABOUT BRANDONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson (over $100M in sales deals), multi-million dollar sales tech entrepreneur, motivational sales speaker, international sales DJ (DJ NoQ5) and sales author who is obsessed with helping you maximize your sales success.Mr. Bornancin is currently the CEO & Founder at Seamless.ai delivering the world's best sales leads. Over 10,000+ companies use Seamless.ai to generate millions in sales at companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Slack, Dell, Oracle & many others.Mr. Bornancin is also the author of "Sales Secrets From The Top 1%" where the world's best sales experts share their secrets to sales success and author of “The Ultimate Guide To Overcoming Sales Objections.”FOLLOW BRANDONLINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonbornancin/INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/brandonbornancinofficial/FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/SeamlessAITWITTER ► https://twitter.com/BBornancin
Robin Long is a Pilates instructor, wellness coach, author, and mother.She helps us see the different ways our mindset can keep us stuck in unhealthy or inactive lifestyles, and gives us powerful tools to break old habits, reframe our ideas around wellness, and get moving in our lives.Book mentioned: Well to the Core by Robin LongRobin's website and online community, Lindywell.Click here to access the Hope Is the First Dose playlist of hopeful, healing songs!Be sure to check out my new book, Hope Is the First Dose!Here's a free 5-day Bible study on YouVersion/BibleApp based on my new book!Sign up for my weekly Self-Brain Surgery Newsletter here! (00:02) - Introducing Robin Long and LindyWell (02:20) - Robin Long's Book: Well to the Core (04:57) - Introducing Robin Long and her book "Well to the Core" (07:24) - Robin's family and how it influences her work in wellness (10:22) - Dispelling misconceptions about Pilates and its inclusivity (13:10) - Reflecting on internalized labeling and breaking free from limitations (15:24) - The Responsibility of Parents and the Power of Words (18:44) - Introduction to the book and its core components (21:02) - First chapter: Reframe - Changing perspectives for a healthier lifestyle (23:36) - Wellness does not always equal weight loss (27:18) - Building Momentum through Accomplishments (28:55) - Building Habits: Focus on Today's Actions (30:50) - Grace Over Guilt: Extending Kindness to Yourself (34:00) - Tuning Up Your Self-Talk: Becoming Aware of Internal Conversations (36:36) - Finding Personal Motivation for Wellness Journey (38:55) - Free trial and tips on Instagram for reducing stress. (44:16) - Introduction and Book Advertisement
In this episode of The Light Inside, host Jeffrey Besecker explores the power of humor. He discusses how humor can serve as a life raft in difficult times, lighten the load during troubled times, and even procrastinate from doing actual work. Jeffrey emphasizes that humor is like seasoning for the soul, adding that even a bad joke can make us smile. However, he also acknowledges that there is a darker shade to humor, one that creates derision and contempt. To further explore this topic, Jeffrey interviews stand-up comedian and comedy coach Alfie Noakes. Together, they delve into the role comedy plays in social bonding and emotional coping. Tune in to this insightful episode to gain a deeper understanding of the impact and nuances of humor in our lives. Key Topics: Humor in Social Bonding and Emotional Coping Comedy in Bonding and Communication Role of Comedy in Society The Power of Humor in Social Cohesion and Entertainment Punching Up, Punching Down, and Punching Across in Comedy Humor and Responsibility in Comedy The Responsibility of Comedians Empowering Comedy and Humor Time stamps: [00:00:11] The power of humor. [00:05:27] Humor as social cohesion. [00:09:28] Humor as emotional coping mechanism. [00:11:49] Reading the room and connecting. [00:14:39] Bombing on stage, or Struggling in Life [00:18:06] Comedian's ego and audience feedback. [00:22:43] Neutral topics in comedy. [00:25:05] The role of the comedian. [00:29:01] The power of humor. [00:31:25] Comedy as a psychological gear. [00:34:12] The language of laughter. [00:39:09] Punching up, punching down, punching across. [00:41:10] Using humor for social acceptance. [00:45:21] Comedians pushing boundaries. [00:48:29] Empowering through open mic. [00:52:03] Finding your comedic perspective. Credits: JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Featured Guests: Alfie Noakes Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Senior Program Director: Anna Getz --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thelightinside/support
If we choose the wrong fork in the road, there are consequences. Jonah's attempt to flee from God brought him to a great fish, a plant, a worm, and a scorching east wind. In this message, Pastor Lutzer provides three life-changing lessons from Jonah's disobedience and lost opportunity. It's time we take responsibility for our actions, owning our stuff. This month's special offer is available for a donation of any amount. Get yours at rtwoffer.com or call us at 1-888-218-9337.
In hour one, we were all shocked by the latest details in the Lillard trade saga from Bleacher Reports Chris B. Haynes. Hoch believes Cronin was trying to be bigger than his credentials. Plus, Mike Cugno joins the show for more on the Dame trade and to celebrate National Coffee Day.
If we choose the wrong fork in the road, there are consequences. Jonah's attempt to flee from God brought him to a great fish, a plant, a worm, and a scorching east wind. In this message, Pastor Lutzer provides three life-changing lessons from Jonah's disobedience and lost opportunity. It's time we take responsibility for our actions, owning our stuff. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29
We all have obligations, and we often don't like them. God gave a command to Jonah, the run-away prophet, who did anything to avoid that obligation. In this message, Pastor Lutzer offers three lessons from Jonah's journey. After many trials, God led Jonah to a point of decision, offering another chance to repent. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29
A practitioner in the San Francisco Bay area recalls their path of cultivation; through hardships and pain of a serious car accident, and how quickly they healed after learning the Falun Dafa exercises. Over time they come to understand how the many experiences in life prepared them to become a better Dafa practitioner at this […]
Join us this Sunday for Ride Your Own Bronc: A Biblical Look at Responsibility with Kevin Weatherby. If you'd like to saddle up and ride with us, become a Long X Ranch Cowboy and help gather the lost and feed the hungry. Click here to sign up today.
Join us this Sunday for Ride Your Own Bronc: A Biblical Look at Responsibility with Kevin Weatherby. If you'd like to saddle up and ride with us, become a Long X Ranch Cowboy and help gather the lost and feed the hungry. Click here to sign up today.
We all have obligations, and we often don't like them. God gave a command to Jonah, the run-away prophet, who did anything to avoid that obligation. In this message, Pastor Lutzer offers three lessons from Jonah's journey. After many trials, God led Jonah to a point of decision, offering another chance to repent. This month's special offer is available for a donation of any amount. Get yours at rtwoffer.com or call us at 1-888-218-9337.
In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk about the concept of personal growth and the inherent fear of change that many of us grapple with. They discuss challenging our notions of comfort and happiness, emphasizing the paradoxical fear of staying the same versus the fear of change. They discuss practical strategies to overcome the fear of change and emphasize the importance of surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals on the same growth path. There's a potent power in collective growth, and it can transform your life. They also talk about personal growth being a dual nature – being enough while simultaneously not being sufficient to reach a goal.Links mentioned:Learn more about group coaching: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/Discount Code: NLULISTENERNext Level Life Coaching with Alan Lazaros, book a 30-minute call NOW: https://bit.ly/3WpxLLo_____________________Website
Have you ever had a long-lost friend reach out to connect with you on social media only to discover they really just wanted to sell you something connected to the Multi Level Marketing business they were a part of? Or maybe you're one of those folks who has been pulled into an MLM and you're drowning. Or maybe you're worried about a friend who has quit their J O B to do direct sales and you're concerned that they aren't able to pay their bills. And what in the world does this have to do with Christianity? I can't wait for you to listen! In this episode, you will be able to: Unlock the harmful impacts of MLMs on Christian communities and their faith practices. Deconstruct the cunning methods and marketing lures of MLMs especially crafted for Christians. Gain insight about the financial risk and losses commonly faced by individuals drawn into MLMs. Probe the link between MLMs and the prosperity gospel belief widely accepted in Christian contexts. Highlight the necessity for cultivated thought and vigilance in fending off MLM scheming. Say hello to Chris Staron, renowned for being unafraid to tackle controversial topics within the church. He brings his thoughtful and fair approach to this discussion as the host of the Truce podcast. Going from historical Christian issues to present-day conundrums such as MLMs, he engenders a deep understanding of the church's dynamics. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:03 - The Influence of MLMs in the Church, 00:06:32 - MLMs as Schemes, 00:08:12 - MLMs Targeting Christians, 00:10:48 - MLMs and Faith, 00:12:44 - The Math of MLMs, 00:13:58 - The Structure of Multilevel Marketing, 00:15:33 - Challenges and Inconveniences of MLM, 00:16:49 - MLM and False Promises, 00:19:16 - Limited Market and Financial Challenges, 00:21:37 - MLM Company Profits and Fees, 00:28:51 - The Problem with Disclosures and Fine Print, 00:29:51 - The Responsibility of Believers in Direct Sales, 00:31:46 - The Prosperity Gospel and Financial Curriculums, 00:36:23 - Tying Christianity to Extra Pursuits, 00:39:57 - Understanding and Admitting MLM Involvement, 00:43:00 - Making Bad Financial Decisions, 00:43:46 - Supporting Friends in Financial Distress, 00:45:13 - Helping Others with Budgeting, 00:46:07 - Where to Find More Information, 00:46:51 - Wrapping Up and Future Conversations, Resources: Check out the Truce podcast: https://trucepodcast.com Listen to The Dream podcast about MLMs: https://www.pushkin.fm/podcasts/the-dream Episodes you might enjoy: https://untangledfaithpodcast.com//2023/08/16/91-navigating-the-intersection-of-faith-politics-guest-kaitlyn-schiess/ https://untangledfaithpodcast.com/2023/09/20/96-the-reshaping-of-the-american-church-guest-bob-smietana/ Support the show: Subscribe to my newsletter: https://untangledfaith.substack.com Join us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/untangledfaith This podcast is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For more information and for 10% off your first month, visit Faithful Counseling- https://faithfulcounseling.com/untangled Where you can find me: Youtube channel- https://youtube.com/channel/UCPfFk-I6QShXXvEpSFaJOvg https://untangledfaithpodcast.com https://instagram.com/untangledfaith https://instagram.com/amyhenningfritz https://twitter.com/faithuntangled https://twitter.com/amyfritz Host/Creator: Amy Fritz Producers: Michele Pjanic Phil and Susan Perdue Pam Forsythe Chelle Taylor
Jessica, Matt and Steve take on NYC! Matt and Steve are pissed at Jessica for it. Plus Steve gets hit by a car! Listen in to get the full story. Ready to let go of the story in your head that is keeping you stuck? Schedule a call with Jessica here. OR pick up your free workbook by clicking here. Have a question for Steve, Matt, or Jessica? Ask it here, and we will be sure to answer it in an upcoming episode. https://forms.gle/KnWXmfzkQcv5fj9bA-------Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook!--You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
Eager to understand the roots of America and the ideals it stands for? Let's embark on an enlightening journey as we explore the significance of these in the contemporary world. We introduce you to Rick Green's new talk show, The Tavern, where we engage in stimulating conversation. We take a leaf out of our founding fathers' book, revealing how their intellectual exchanges have set the bar for us today. We dive into the need for civic engagement and the role we play in shaping the fate of the free world.Our journey doesn't stop there. We move on to consider the safeguarding of our freedoms and the importance of their advocacy in public forums. John Lovell's Warrior Poet concept comes into play as we delve into the lurking dangers of tyranny, and our responsibility during crises. Our guest, Patriot Academy leader Elias Coop-Gonzalez, offers a glimpse into his journey of fighting for freedom. We wrap up our discussion by reflecting on the profound influence politics has on American culture and freedom, and our responsibility as Warrior Poets in shaping our society. This episode serves as a reminder of our role in preserving the liberties enshrined in our Constitution for future generations.Support the show
Rev. Dr. Jamison Hardy, Bishop of the LCMS English District and author of Pastoral Leadership, Shepherding and Caring for God's People available from Concordia Publishing House, joins Andy and Sarah for our series on Leadership to talk about responsibilities in the office of Pastoral Leader, including how the success of others is important to the role of the leader, why words must match actions of the leader, how manual labor can be a valuable experience for leaders, and how to use relationships to read underneath someone's criticisms. Find Bishop Hardy's book from CPH at cph.org/pastoral-leadership-shepherding-and-caring-for-gods-people.
Jack Wyrtzen, Word of Life's founder, believed that each generation is responsible for reaching their generation with the Gospel. How are you equipping others and yourself with that mission? Find all things Stacking Chairs at https://linktr.ee/StackingChairsPod
Get ready to dive deep into the teachings of Paul in the book of Acts on this episode of the Be Disciples podcast. Join us as we explore the urgency of the people to hear more, the transformation from a works-based life to a grace-filled life, and the rejection of Paul's teachings by the Jews. We discuss the shift in Paul and Barnabas' efforts towards the Gentiles, aiming to bring salvation to the ends of the earth. Discover the significance of discipleship and the role of both mature and less experienced believers in the faith.In this thought-provoking conversation, we delve into how believers can actively participate in the Great Commission. Discover the importance of speaking truth to those straying from biblical teachings and using the Bible as a powerful tool for evangelism. Reflect on the role of discipleship and how it can strengthen believers in their faith journey. Don't miss out on this discussion that will inspire you to live out the call to share the Gospel.Join us as we reflect on the impact of Paul and Barnabas' preaching on those around them. Explore the rejoicing of the Gentiles and the Jews' retaliation, highlighting the power of the Word and its ability to prepare hearts. Discover the joy that comes from ministry and the imperative for believers to actively participate in the Great Commission. Get ready to be encouraged and inspired to boldly proclaim the Gospel and make a difference in the world. Tune in to this engaging episode of the Be Disciples podcast!
In today's episode, the ladies get all excited as they dive into a TikTok video they stumbled upon about the complex world of raising niños when you're a child of boomer parents. Lizette and Selena spill the beans about their upbringing and spill even more on which lessons they're keeping (¡sí!) and which ones they're tossing out the window (¡adiós!) as they navigate this whole parenthood adventure. ¡Vamos, it's gonna be a blast!DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Hijas Madres Y Amigas & FOLLOW US ON:INSTAGRAM@hijasmadresyamigashttps://rb.gy/v3kfq@seelenaaa_https://rb.gy/suy5y@lizetteaguilera_https://rb.gy/81p2gSPOTIFYLizette - https://tinyurl.com/328abak3Selena - https://rb.gy/ohw0oTIK-TOK@hijasmadresyamigashttps://tinyurl.com/2aw88byh--SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter at www.justjmarc.com/hijasmadresyamigasPlease email us here with any suggestions, comments, and questions for future episodes. firstname.lastname@example.orgRemember you'll, when you know better you do better!
In Episode #69, I have a very informative discussion with Darrick Bowens. Darrick has an MBA in Finance and he's a franchise owner of Colbert Ball Tax in Frederick, Maryland. Darrick shares his vast knowledge of the finance industry and how that affects young kids. Darrick discusses the financial literacy program he started in Frederick earlier this year. He gives his insight into what age kids should start learning the basics of finance and how that should be implemented in schools as well as at home. Darrick also shares his thoughts on the N.I.L. (Name Image and Likeness) situation and college athletes should manage their finances off this ever-growing college sports program. He also shares his thoughts on the universities and the NCAA's culpability in athletes being educated on financial responsibility. Finally, Darrick offers his advice to young kids when it comes to managing their finances. In the end, I offer my 'Three Takeaways for young kids in dealing with financial responsibility.As always, thanks for listening. Take care.Support the show
Title: Common Myths of Becoming an EntrepreneurIntroductionI discuss some common entrepreneurship myths in this Soulful Entrepreneurs Club podcast episode. Whether you're already an entrepreneur facing struggles or considering starting your own business, I debunk these myths to provide clarity and support.My hope is by me revealing these myths, you feel connected and less alone in your challenges and struggles. Some keys:
Join us this week as Luke and Carter come to you live from Salt Lake City, Utah where the HLE HQ team met for a week to better themselves and carve a path forward with the company. Luke and Carter touch on a few things this Tuesday such as responsibility, building your stage, and doing something in life that is worth talking about.Just when you think this Tuesday Tip episode is over, stay a few seconds longer for a special announcement from our podcast host, Carter. Please drop a follow on IG @thehuntlifteatpodcast and @huntlifteatofficialDrop us rating and review on Apple, Spotify, and now Amazon Podcasts!www.huntlifteat.com
In this enlightening episode, Justin dives deep with Chris Carpenter on the pivotal role of youth sports in raising strong, responsible young men. Drawing from personal experiences, they share invaluable lessons from their fathers and discuss the profound impact of dealing with loss. Tune in for an authentic conversation on being proactive in life, accepting responsibility, and the importance of being a doer. Don't miss these insights on fatherhood and raising the next generation of men.
It’s hard not to notice how sky high gas prices are these days. Perhaps the universe is trying to tell us something about our personal transportation choices — namely, that the status quo is untenable. This week on Sea Change Radio, Daniel Dicker is here to help us wade through the complex world of oil … Continue reading Pain At The Pumps: Understanding Gas Prices With Dan Dicker → This article and podcast Pain At The Pumps: Understanding Gas Prices With Dan Dicker appeared first on Sea Change Radio.
Show SummaryOn this episode, we're featuring a conversation with Shawn Moore, the Financial Wellness program Manager for the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and founder of Caregivers on the Homefront, both roles where she is passionate about advocating for military and veteran caregivers. About Today's GuestsShawn Moore serves as the Program Manager, Financial Wellness for the Elizabeth Dole Foundation where she supports financial and employment related initiatives, to include the Employer Task Force and emergency financial relief offerings. Shawn is an Alumna 2017 Dole Caregiver Fellow for Missouri, and has also assisted with the Foundation's Respite Relief program.Prior to becoming a caregiver to her husband who served for 23 years in the U.S. Army, Shawn served as a police officer for nearly 15 years with Kansas City, Missouri. She then obtained a Master of Social Work degree from Park University and is a Licensed Master Social Worker in both Missouri. Prior to joining the Foundation, Shawn founded Caregivers on the Homefront where she stood up for mental health programming for veteran and military caregivers and their children.Shawn is passionate about advocating for military and veteran caregivers and utilizes both her lived experience and education by presenting to national audiences on how communities can best support the family members of our veterans. She has served on panels with the Veterans Administration, presented with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the National Alliance of Caregiving, and has shared her story on PBS News Hours, TODAY Show, and MSNBC.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeElizabeth Dole FoundationEDF Hope Fund for Critical Financial AssistanceCaregivers on the HomefrontPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week is the PsychArmor course: VA S.A.V.E. Preventing Caregiver Suicide. After taking this course, you will develop an understanding of the increased risk for suicide we see in military and Veteran caregivers, identify the signs of an at-risk Veteran caregiver, and know steps you can take to help a Veteran caregiver. You can see find the course here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/va-save-preventing-caregiver-suicide This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor. PsychArmor is the premier education and learning ecosystems specializing in military culture content PsychArmor offers an. Online e-learning laboratory that is free to individual learners as well as custom training options for organizations. Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
Darling, have you been clinging to a fragile thread for far too long? Wondering when this will finally come to an end? You see, when we find ourselves in these precarious states, desperately trying to escape discomfort, we inadvertently obstruct our own desires. The Princess, she's the one who clutches the Queen's tiara, always fighting her way out, reluctant to sit with the discomfort, avoiding responsibility for how things unfolded, and sidestepping a deeper exploration of the beliefs that set the stage. But today, my love, let's release the Princess and summon forth the Queen within. Enjoy!EPISODE RESOURCESFREE 4-day Wealth Revival SeriesGet the book here