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I'm doing something I never thought I would do. Do you ever feel like you're being hit over the head with something time and again, and you just keep ignoring it because it's not how you planned to attack that particular area of your life? Because it feels too difficult or maybe too unconventional or too crazy? That's been my life for the last four months. I've been having all these wild signs and messages directly under my nose; so much so that I couldn't ignore it anymore. But it doesn't mean that it felt natural. It's been kind of an unearthing and painful evolution. So today, I'm sharing something that I never could have imagined sharing - I am taking a sabbatical. But it's not what you think. I'm not falling off the face of the earth, this is not a vacation. So if you're curious about what this sabbatical is, how I intend to do it and why, or if it sounds either dreamy or absolute lunacy to you - this is the episode for you. SHOW NOTES: https://luminaryleadershipco.com/episode148 RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Join the wait list for The Luminary Leadership Incubator https://luminaryleadershipco.com/incubator/ Get on our email list and keep up-to-date with what I am doing during this sabbatical! https://luminaryleadershipco.com/insider Did this episode resonate with you? Help spread the message by rating and leaving a review for the show here!
A lot of nomads we speak to on the podcast have sold all their stuff, quit their jobs and left their home countries to travel indefinitely. But it doesn't have to be such a big change.Mary Regel decided to take a 1 year sabbatical from her job in Germany to travel and get fluent at speaking Spanish. She picked up some freelance work on the way, to make sure she could afford to do a lot of activities and take language classes.In this episode, Kendra and Mary talk about finding friends in a new country, starting new hobbies, connecting with locals, and the challenges Mary faced in her year-long sabbatical. Connect with Mary:@marylikes on instagramMaria Regel on LinkedinConnect with Kendra:@selflove_journey_ on instagramOn her websiteLeave a review or voice message at digitalnomadstories.co- We are hosting an in-person meet up in Medellin, Colombia on Dec 16th! Sign up for free.
This episode is a love note from me to you. It's personal, honest and about things that are happening in my own life. . . in real time. TLDR: I'm doing a big brave thing. . . I'm taking an extended time out and time off from my business. . . for the FIRST TIME EVER! Curious? Keep reading. In this episode I talk about: *How I came to my intuitive (and illogical) decision to take a two month sabbatical this winter while my home life is already in a state of necessary destabilization. *What deeply aligned intuitive hits feel like in the body (at least in MY body) *The powerful and at times wobbly practice of both sacred GIVING and courageous RECEIVING *The importance of “letting it all go” sometimes in order to make space for the “NEW” to flow in (and how I'm doing this with my business right now) *How I'm choosing to practice embodied freedom during my sabbatical (hint: it's a sort of radical magic road show!) and how the narratives we carry affect our sense of freedom in life. *How our level of energetic output must be balanced with our level of receivership if we are to avoid burnout or having our big beautiful fully-embodied service in the world stifled. There's a LOT in this episode and I hope it speaks to your heart and your unique journey of navigating grit and polishing your inner brilliance. I'll see you in 2023!
“The Sabbath is the greatest gift from God outside of Jesus Himself.” - Dr. Ruth Haley BartonThe practice of the Sabbath has received quite a lot of attention in recent years and if you're interested in learning more, today's conversation will be a perfect compliment to your journey.On this edition of the podcast, Michael welcomes Dr. Ruth Haley Barton to the conversation. Ruth is an author, spiritual director, teacher, and founder of Transforming Center in Wheaton, Illinois.In October, Ruth's book, “Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again” was released to ground us in God's intentions in giving us the gift of the Sabbath, providing practical steps for embedding sabbath rhythms in our lives. And as a result of today's conversation, we hope you learn how to think about Sabbath as a gift and that Sabbath helps us live in our true identity. HELPFUL RESOURCES:RTS_164James Bryan Smith “Good and Beautiful God”RTS_237Gem Fadling "Hold That Thought"RTS_238Alan Fadling"An Unhurried Life"RTS_239Dr. Janelle Hallman "Fostering Wholeness"Contact Restoring the Soul:- Tweet us at @michaeljcusick and @PodcastRTS- Like us on Facebook- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening!
When high-profile Christians step down from their platforms, how should the Church respond? We're talking Social Media, Sabbaticals, and the lessons we learn along the way on this week's episode. To learn more about Joi and Jess, check us out at joisimpson.com and jessperrymedia.com, and follow us on Instagram @WeDigresswithJoi_Jess. Got suggestions for the podcast? Email us at email@example.com. And for the chance to be featured in a future episode, drop us a voice message at joiandjess.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/we-digressjj/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/we-digressjj/support
This episode is inspired and dedicated to my friend Leslie! Can't wait to hear about your sabbatical!!! Have you dreamt of taking an extended leave of absence to do whatever you wanted? Travel? Explore a different career? Spend more time enjoying your hobbies? It's not only possible but can be inspiring, rejuvenating, and just what you need right now. Tune in to learn different ways to curate your own sabbatical experience to live your best life. Thinking about taking your own sabbatical? Or are you in the midst of your own right now? Let us know how the planning process is or how it's going. We'd love to hear from you! firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa's here with an update on the 5-week grief sabbatical she took in September 2022 to honor and experience her journey around losing her mom.How do you recognize and process the losses in your life?There is so much Lisa learned—and a lot of unexpected experiences she had—while she was away from The GFR Show and most of her other work, and in this episode she lists 26 different things she did during her grief sabbatical, and the inspiration she gained as a result.Listen in for details like how Lisa planned her time off, the inner work it took to convince herself to take the space she needed, and the way she's feeling about things now that she's getting into a groove with her new normal.Find out what Lisa discovered about grief and about herself when she gave herself permission to fully mourn her mom … in whatever way it showed up. She's also releasing this special episode on video, where you can see some special items Lisa's collected to comfort herself through the process.Whether you listen to the podcast or watch on Lisa's YouTube channel, the intention is that this episode gives you permission to honor yourself and inspires you to be present to your own grief journey.ResourcesKristen Swinehart - Psychic Medium “It's Not Your Money” by Tosha Silver Mama Phyllis' CaringBridge Website Watch this episode on YouTubeTo get in touch: email@example.com The 12 GFR Commandments - download your own copy nowJoin the GFR Squad - get started for just 20 Bucks! Plus experience Lisa GFRing all over the place in the private SQUAD Quad Facebook Group ;)Did you enjoy the podcast?If you liked this episode let me know! Reviews for the podcast on iTunes are much appreciated! This helps us reach entrepreneurs just like you to be unapologetically themselves. If you received value from this episode, it would mean the world if you could take a moment and leave your 5-star rating and positive review. You can do that by visiting right here.
Latrice and Manila chop it up one last time for this year as they will be taking a little sabbatical. They chat their time on The Chop, answer your emails, and so much more. So hit play and then go send the ladies some love. Listen to The Chop Ad-Free AND One Day Early on MOM Plus Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org! FOLLOW MANILA https://twitter.com/manilaluzon https://www.instagram.com/manilaluzon/ https://www.facebook.com/manilaluzonfanpage/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Uz1U1ZS_2wtII3hYiB-rQ FOLLOW LATRICE https://twitter.com/LatriceRoyale https://www.instagram.com/latriceroyale/ https://www.facebook.com/LatriceRoyaleInc/ https://www.latriceroyale.com/ THE CHOP IS A FOREVER DOG AND MOGULS OF MEDIA (M.O.M.) PODCAST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
a mai vendégem Rétháti Zoltán, aki már szerepelt a műsorban 2019. májusában a 016. még egy esély - amikor a segítő már nem segít tovább c. epizódban. akkor megtudhattuk róla, hogy egy gyerekkori majdnem végzetes baleset túlélése arra ösztönözte, hogy segítővé váljon. a menekültügyet választotta hivatásaként, ahol sikeres nemzetközi karriert futott be. élt és dolgozott többek közt indonéziában, egyiptomban és jemenben. a legutóbbi beszélgetésünk során éppen a jemeni kiküldetését tervezte megszakítani egy sabbaticallal, hogy feltöltődjön, átgondolja az életét és ismét együtt lehessen a budapesti családjával, kamasz gyerekeivel. 2022. nyarán újra találkoztunk és arról faggattam, hogy hogyan sikerült felépülnie a kiégésből, bejött-e a sabbatical év, hogyan hatott a covid világjárvány a nemzetközi segítők munkájára és hogy milyen kalandokban volt része bejrútban, cipruson és pakisztánban? megoldásokat keresünk a beteges fogyasztói társadalom kihívásaira. - - - - - - - - - kapcsolat: ha szeretnél velem együtt dolgozni: banandras.hu iratkozz fel a heti HAC hírlevélre! csatlakozz a HAC közösség fb csoporthoz! kövess az instagramon @halottnakacoach! adásnapló és blog: halottnakacoach.blog ADNI JÓ - legyél te is mecénás! egyszeri támogatás: paypal.me/halottnakacoach revolut: @andrasban iratkozz fel a halottnak a coachra a patreonon exkluzív tartalmakért és támogasd a munkámat havi 1 kávé árával! patreon.com/halottnakacoach --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/halottnakacoach/message
Last week on SPARKED we heard from DJ Didonna about the potential life changing experience of taking a sabbatical. And after much pondering and planning, Jonathan did just that, a month stepped away from two companies and almost all work responsibilities to pursue a creative project or two. So this week on SPARKED, Jonathan shares his reflections on the experience. He shares: How he prepared to take the time away from his multiple roles What he aimed to achieve A surprising discovery about his humanness Was it long enough? And would he do it again? Missed last week's ep? Listen here. Find more about DJ Didonnas project here: Website | Learn About Your Sabbatical Style More on Sparketypes at: Discover You Sparketype | The Book | The Website Presented by LinkedIn.
Diese Woche teile ich mit dir unter anderem die wichtigsten Komponenten aus dem gestrigen Webinar zu meinem geheimen Jahr 2022. Diejenigen, die dabei waren, wissen, dass ich nicht nur über mein Sabbatical gesprochen habe, sondern auch über mein neues Programm, die Ayurvedic Leadership Mastery. Ich möchte dir heute einen Einblick in dieses Herzensprojekt von mir geben und dir aufzeigen, wieso Gesundheit und Leadership nicht unabhängig voneinander betrachtet werden können. True Leaders are Healthy Leaders.Zeit, gesunde Grenzen zu ziehen! Du lernst in dieser Podcast Episode: Wie Ayurveda und gesundes Leadership zusammen passen Was Leadership eigentlich bedeutet Wie wir Leadership neu denken dürfen Wer die Leader unserer Zeit sind Was wir für ein gesundes Leadership alles brauchen Ayurvedic Leadership MasteryAyurvedic Leadership Mastery, kurz ALM, ist ein exklusives, neuartiges Gruppencoaching für Ladies in Leadership, die entspannt ihre nächste Evolutionsstufe erreichen wollen.Weitere Informationen und die Möglichkeit dich direkt anzumelden findest du hier:https://drjannascharfenberg.com/leadership/ Anmeldeschluss ist der 08. Dezember 2022.
Links for Advent: Fleming Rutledge's Advent, the Once and Future Coming of Jesus Christ Fleming Rutledge on the perfect books for Advent W.H. Auden's Christmas Oratorio: For the Time Being John's call to repentance: Matthew 3:1-12
How Joe's new book "What's In It For Them" is helping the givers of the world. Here's a glance at what you'll discover from Joe Polish and Dan Sullivan in this episode: The core mindset for being more deeply connected with yourself and other people Important steps you can take to be financially, mentally, and physically better off Spot "takers", people with agendas, and people who don't have your interest at heart How to transform suffering into bonding and experience more WOO and less ARGH! Joe shares his thoughts about addiction, solutions to pain, and how to recover Deepen your empathy, become a better listener, and develop deeper relationships Understanding the difference between pursuing opportunities and being an opportunist The Million Dollar Racehorse: How to take care of yourself and win million-dollar races Dan shares how Entrepreneurs can expand their happiness, friendships, and unique abilities How to know what to do (and what not to do) when it comes to life and business decisions Avoid being a target for takers and people who are HALF (hard, annoying, lame, and frustrating!) What Joe discovered on his Sabbatical that helped him see relationships in a new light Joe talks about how he is seeing his life differently now having written his new book How to win the RIGHT friends and influence the RIGHT people in business and life Always Be Giving: The way to have a business you love and be your own best friend Available Now! WHAT'S IN IT FOR THEM? 9 Genius Networking Principles to Get What You Want By Helping Others Get What They Want – new book by Joe Polish. If you'd like to join world-renowned Entrepreneurs at the next Genius Network Event or want to learn more about Genius Network, go to www.GeniusNetwork.com.
KVI's John Carlson digs into the story of the Seattle non-profit awarding over $1.3 million to CEOs and leaders of other non-profits to go on sabbatical or vacation for up to three months due to "multi-generational trauma".
In dieser Podcast Folge werde ich ganz persönlich und berichte dir, wie ich das Jahr 2022 hinter den Kulissen verbracht habe. Ich möchte dir erzählen, wieso ich entschieden habe, das Jahr 2022 zu meinem Sabbatical zu machen, wie ich es konkret umgesetzt habe und was richtig gut funktioniert hat und was weniger. Du lernst in dieser Podcast Episode: Was man nach aussen nicht mitbekommen hat Wie ich für mich das Sabbatical umgesetzt habe Was die Herausforderungen dabei waren Was richtig gut funktioniert hat und was weniger Wie es jetzt weitergeht Sei dabei beim Webinar am 28. November 2022 um 20:00 UhrBehind the Scenes - Mein 2022 - Rückblick und Learnings aus meinem SabbaticalHinter den Kulissen habe ich das Jahr 2022 genutzt, um ein “geheimes” Sabbatical” zu machen. Das heißt, ich habe nur ganz wenige Stunden gearbeitet und war mehrheitlich offline. Und dabei so viel gelernt wie noch nie! Über Ayurveda, Business, Erfolg und Leadership. In diesem Webinar möchte ich dir von meinen größten Learnings berichten und warum dieses Sabbatical nun nicht zu Ende geht, sondern den Anfang einer Bewegung bedeutet. Einer Bewegung für mehr Gesundheit, healthy Leadern und Fokus auf die wichtigste Essenz in unserem Leben.Hier geht es zur Anmeldung: https://drjannascharfenberg.com/webinar-sabbatical/ Ayurveda Ausbildung ProNächstes Jahr wird es endlich das 2. Ausbildungsjahr meiner Ayurveda Ausbildung geben. Diese eignet sich natürlich für alle Ayurveda Pro's, die ihr Wissen vertiefen möchten. Interessiert? Trage dich hier auf die Warteliste ein und erhalte als Erste:r alle Informationen zum Start und den genauen Inhalten. Ebenso wirst du von einem speziellen Frühbucherpreis profitieren können.https://drjannascharfenberg.com/ayurveda-ausbildung-pro-warteliste/
What if you could take anywhere from a month to a year off work to clear your mind, pursue a creative vision, travel or just create the space to reclaim your energy, focus and inspiration? Safe bet, most people would jump on that opportunity. But then comes the reality check. Sure, it'd be amazing, but I could never make it happen. But, what if you could? What if taking a sabbatical is actually more doable than you ever imagined? What if there were ideas, tools, and strategies that would help you step away and reset your mind, body, and life? My guest today on SPARKED, DJ DiDonna, says, it's not only more doable than most people imagine, it may actually hold the key to your ability to reset and regimagine the way you work for years to come. DJ is the founder of The Sabbatical Project, a research and advocacy nonprofit that is on a mission to define, explore, and research sabbaticals and their impact on non-academics. His work on sabbaticals has appeared in TIME magazine, Fast Company, the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Quartz, Fortune and at TEDx in Silicon Valley. And today, we dive into some of the ideas and stories that appear in his upcoming book based on hundreds of interviews with sabbatical-takers from across the world. You can find DJ at: Website | Learn About Your Sabbatical Style | LinkedIn More on Sparketypes at: Discover You Sparketype | The Book | The Website Presented by LinkedIn.
Pastor Michael Swartzentruber returns from a three month summer sabbatical and shares a conversation about rest, renewal, and life with Interim Minister, Jim Abernathy. Jeremiah 17:7-8 Music: purple-planet.com
Tina Thibodeau of Moncton decided to make a big change to the way she marks Christmas this year.
At Black Woman Leading® we are all about exposing Black women to new opportunities and empowering them to increase their options. So we were so excited to welcome our special guest, Stephanie Perry, Founder of vaycarious.com, to discuss the option of taking a career sabbatical, or an extended period of time away from work. In this insightful episode, Stephanie and Laura vision and explore the possibilities for using a career sabbatical for rest, self-discovery, adventure, and ease. Stephanie shares how her life changed after taking a one-year sabbatical to travel for a year (for just $1200 per month!). From that experience, she chronicles how that experience led her to the work she does today to help Black women embrace more ease by taking a career break or moving abroad. Laura also shares her insights from taking an annual one-month rest sabbatical in December, and the journey to creating that option for herself. And they discuss how even entertaining the idea of a sabbatical requires heart and mindset work for many Black women to disconnect our identities from work and labor. As Stephanie states, if you love your job, you still need a sabbatical! She champions making sabbaticals practical and accessible for more Black women, and the need for Black women to consider this expanded opportunity for ease and rest. Tune in with an open mind as Stephanie helps us explore our options with regard to the financial, practical, and emotional logistics of taking a sabbatical. Guest Bio At age 41, Stephanie Perry quit her job as a hospital pharmacy technician to travel the world for a year on her savings. She visited 12 countries in 12 months all on just $1200 per month. Now she's a year-round house sitter and pet sitter who helps Black women embrace more ease by taking a career break, house sitting or moving abroad on her YouTube channel. Connect with Stephanie Website: https://vaycarious.com Youtube: https://youtube.com/stephanieperry IG: https://instagram.com/vaycarious Twitter: https://twitter.com/vaycarious Facebook: https://facebook.com/vaycarious Credits: Learn more about the Black Woman Leading® learning experience and upcoming retreat at https://blackwomanleading.com Learn more about our consulting work with organizations at https://knightsconsultinggroup.com/ Email Laura: email@example.com Connect with Laura on LinkedIn Follow BWL on LinkedIn Instagram: @blackwomanleading Facebook: @blackwomanleading Podcast Music & Production: Marshall Knights Graphics: Olayinka Ajibola Listen and follow the podcast on all major platforms: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher iHeartRadio Podbay
Have you ever considered taking an extended period of time off from your life and business to focus your energies elsewhere? Does taking a sabbatical seem like a pipedream to you…?! Well, this is exactly what Claire Mockridge, host of the Pelvicpreneur Podcast is doing, and she's here to talk you through the prep that's required; why the decision to take extended leave really was quite easy; and if you have a question about this topic, it's sure to be answered in this episode. Pop your earbuds in, your barefoot shoes on and take Claire on a walk and enjoy! Note: The Pelvicpreneur Podcast is now taking a break with Season 5 recommencing sometime in 2023 Stay connected and sign up to the mailing list - https://clairemockridge.com/newsletter Sign up to Your Pelvic Matters Teacher Training program - www.clairemockridge.com/enrol Links and resources: Check out Claire's 25 Done For You Captions service - www.clairemockridge.com/captions Access Claire's private podcast "Boundaries For Business" library - www.clairemockridge.com/boundaries Are we Instagram friends yet? - https://instagram.com/clairemockridge/
EP 104: Are you feeling burnt out from dating and need a break? In this episode, Crista is going to show you how to take a healthy break from dating and recharge your batteries. To learn more about Crista Beck's work and the resources mentioned in this episode click here: https://cristabeck.com/dating-sabbatical-how-to-take-a-healthy-break-from-dating
While the One for the Money podcast focuses primarily on retiring early on a permanent basis, this episode explains the planning needs to retire even earlier via a mini-retirement. A mini-retirement provides the opportunity to test-drive a full retirement, allowing the individual to travel, volunteer, and pursue new hobbies or other interests. In the tips, tricks, and strategies portion, I share some strategies that could mean massive tax savings during a mini-retirement.In this episode...Taking a temporary break [01:11]Self-funding mini-retirement [03:53]Health insurance [06:29]Tax savings in mini-retirement [10:44]Tax gain harvesting [13:15]Sabbaticals aren't just for professorsThe idea of a mini-retirement isn't new but is often associated with professors. Nowadays, a sabbatical is a periodic break from work. This tradition started at Harvard around 1880, but other professions, such as scientists, physicians, and lawyers, also take sabbaticals. According to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management, only 17% of companies offered a sabbatical policy to their employees in 2017. That means most people won't work for a company that provides a sabbatical. However, with some planning, people can create their own sabbatical via mini-retirement and enjoy the benefits themselves.This episode is just an introduction to the planning considerations of a mini-retirement. Sadly, far too many people have consigned themselves to a life of working from 9-5 until age 65, not realizing that many retirements are even possible. But, with the right kind of planning, they certainly are. Often such mini-retirements will have only a little or limited effect on one's goals for retirement, even an early one, and a delay of a year or so is more than worth it. Taking care of your healthHealth insurance needs in mini-retirement can be met in the same way as in early retirement, which I discussed in episode 5. For a U.S.-based mini-retirement, employer retirement healthcare benefits can be utilized for an additional 18 months of coverage. This coverage was made possible via the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, also known as COBRA. However, most times, the full cost of the health care plan will need to be paid, plus an additional 2%. The extra cost is worth it for a domestic-based mini-retirement. Another option is the public market established under the Affordable Care Act. This legislation enables people to obtain coverage, even with a pre-existing medical condition. While the cost of these plans can vary widely, the recently enacted American Rescue Plan provides even more generous subsidies based on income. These are solutions for U.S.-based mini-retirements. International mini-retirements require other planning. However, travel supplemental insurance is often an option. Travel health insurance is also an option for those traveling abroad for a short time. For extended periods, many countries allow foreign nationals to purchase health insurance from the government or private firms within that country.Factors to consider when planningOne of the most significant factors to consider is the length of the mini-retirement, which will determine the level of planning required. If the plan is for one to three months, the amount needed for expenses can be saved up in advance. The plan must include home and location expenses if time is spent in another location. Taking a mini-vacation for six months to a year would require considerably more planning. Homeowners need to consider if they plan to keep or sell their homes. Selling would simplify the math, but keeping could mean potential rental income.Once the duration of the mini-vacation has been determined, monthly expenses are the next thing to consider. While income may stop during mini-retirement, expenses certainly will not....
It feels amazing to be in the flow of doing great work. Sometimes it's hard to stop - to step away long enough to have a proper meal or get a full night's sleep. And for short bursts of time, this can be just fine, if it doesn't happen too often. When you spend too much time working, especially under a great deal of stress, it can be hurtful to your mental and physical health. The fact that our society inappropriately values hustle and overworking means burnout is way more common that we might realize. No one teaches us how to recognize when burnout is happening, so it can actually become a part of the culture of an organization. It would be great if leaving a toxic culture to start our own business meant an immediate end to overworking and burnout, but that is often not the case. Habits and beliefs that build up over time are hard to recognize and release, even when they feel terrible. In this interview with Joanna Denton, Executive & Speaking Coach, we get to hear Joanna's story of burnout - two times - during her career. Along the way, Joanna learned a lot about how to recognize the signs of burnout as well as things you can do to take care of yourself when you notice these signs. Inside, you'll hear about: Some of the possible shadow side of creating a successful career What burnout means - and how to recognize the signs How Joanna experienced not one, but two, burnouts in her corporate career Why starting your own business is not the answer (in itself) to stopping burnout Joanna's upcoming sabbatical - and how I've taken a few of them in my business, too The reason that writing a book, delivering a TED talk (Joanna has done) doesn't guarantee success or ease in your business, thought leadership or life (and what they DO give and teach you) Ideas for rest and nourishment for your journey as a business leader Joanna is vulnerable and real, funny and super smart. I hope you love this conversation as much as we enjoyed creating it for you. Joanna's Bio: Joanna trained as a coach in 2015, and after working first in an in-house role for her then employer, she started her own business in October 2016, working for clients all around the world and in different industries and organisations. Prior to that, Joanna worked as a tax consultant for 16 years in Big 4 accounting firms in both the UK and Luxembourg, working up to the level of Director in 2010. Two burnouts in five years made her fall out of love with her well-established tax career, even though on the face of it she was at the top of her game. In 2014, after burnout number 2, she left tax, became a coach, and changed pretty much everything about how she lives her life. Since then, it has become her mission to make sure that her clients don't wait till their lives are falling apart to make changes in their lives; she helps her clients continue doing what they love, AND do it in a way that they can still have the energy to have a life outside work with the ones they care about. website: www.joannadenton.com Download a free copy of Michelle's book, Beyond Applause: Make a Meaningful Difference Through Transformational Speaking here: MichelleBarryFranco.com/FreeBook
What is a sabbatical? Many of us don't really know what it is or how it works. Brandon joins us this week to teach us what it is and then outlines some of what his upcoming sabbatical will be like.
Listen to Claire's full interview with Esther Perel here. Divorce rates reportedly spiked in the wake of the global pandemic, many relationships struggling the extended time locked up together without the ability to take some time away from one another. So now that, hopefully, the worst of Covid is behind us, do we need to consider taking a break from our relationships to regroup and start over? Today, we speak to world renowned relationship expert Esther Perel to look at whether taking a break from a partner for a good amount of time can actually be the start of the next chapter or whether the need for space heralds the beginning of the end. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Esther Perel - Couple's Therapist and Host of Where Should We Begin? podcast Mia Freedman - Co-Founder of Mamamia Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Liv Proud Audio Producer: Thom LionBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When was the last time you sat with friends to dream about what you wanted your future to look like? We get so caught in the backstory of our lives and the noise we receive that this practice has become rare. Or riddled with "if only" or "maybe in another lifetime" commentary. But on Radical Sabbatical with Advivum Journeys, host of Through Inspired Eyes, Jackie Roby, had the chance to write her next chapter, let go of the backstory, and clear out the negative commentary. Epiphany Designer, Tania Carriere, guest hosts this episode as Jackie shares her retreat experience and the surprises along the way. Go on retreat with Advivum Journeys Jackie's Blog on Radical Sabbatical Message our host: firstname.lastname@example.org Travel advisors, sign up for Wellness Travel University Work with IJC
Brady is back from his snowy mountain mule deer sabbatical! The guys dive into the upcoming 2023 Idaho nonresident elk/deer OTC tag sale and then get right into grilling Brady about his hunting strategy. Brady has been out for several weeks hunting mule deer and he describes the craziness that happened on his Idaho hunt. Then follows up with a detailed account of his hunt in Colorado. If you like a good story, this episode is for you and it's jam-packed with lots of tips and strategies from the guys.
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Ruth has spent over 20 years as a student, a practitioner and a leader in the area of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation. She served on the staff of several churches before founding the Transforming Center, a ministry dedicated to creating space for God to strengthen the souls of leaders, equipping them to lead transforming communities. She has authored several books including Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership and her newest book, Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again. You can purchase her newest book, which is the topic of this podcast, at the link above for 30% off and free shipping with the code MUCHMORE until 11.23.22 Some highlights from our conversation: We talk about Ruth's personal experience with Sabbath and how she resisted practicing Sabbath for many years. We discuss the theology of Sabbath. We also talk about the practicalities of practicing Sabbath, setting up wise boundaries and making good choices for your Sabbath. Ruth warns us about one of the hard things that can come from Sabbath – having to deal with our pain and grief. But reminds us that this pain and grief needs to be moved through no matter what. Jesus often healed on the Sabbath, perhaps that's what he's inviting us into too. Finally Ruth gives us her own personal account of what Sabbath has come to mean for her and her family. Here's how you can connect with Ruth, the Transforming Center and her podcast: Transforming Center on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transformingctr/ Transforming Center on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/transformingcenter Transforming Center on Twitter: https://twitter.com/transformingctr Ruth's website: https://www.ruthhaleybarton.com Transforming Center website: https://transformingcenter.org Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership Podcast: https://transformingcenter.org/strengthening-the-soul-of-your-leadership-podcast/
Thinking of retiring early? How should you think about transitioning from a full on career to retirement? How can retirement life be both fun and stimulating? In this episode we speak with successful C-suite executive Susie Babani. Susie describes herself as an adventurer at large. Eight years back, she was at the top of the corporate ladder global chief HR for ANZ bank reporting to the global CEO.Looking after an organisation of over 50,000 people spread across the world, Susie's worked in the UK, Australia, China, Philippines, Canada, and the United States leading the HR function and being the COO of various businesses.She has been a pioneer in a conservative industry - Banking. Back in 2015, she brought gender balance hiring, supported pride parades, and pushed the bank towards social media, herself becoming a LinkedIn power profile.Susie then opted for early retirement. And for the past seven years she's been travelling the world and spending time with friends across the globe. She's been to over 125 countries at the time of recording with plans for many more in the future.Related Episode#024 Turning passion into a careerSpotify: https://howtolive.life/ep24spotify Apple Podcasts - https://howtolive.life/ep24appleEpisode Shownoteshttps://howtolive.life/episode/028-early-retirement-with-susie-babaniContact ushttps://howtolive.life/contactFollow usFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastHowtolive/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcasthowtolive/Information on Podcast & Hosthttps://howtolive.life/
Note: Meditation starts at 1:45 Lectio Divina is the divine or sacred reading of Scripture. Create some sacred space for God and spend a few quiet moments engaging with his Word. As you allow the Spirit to lead, you may be surprised by where he leads you. Once you've listened to this Scripture Experience podcast, then head over to the next episode and catch the interview with Ruth Haley Barton, author of Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again. You can find Jodie at Jodieniznik.com Instagram @creatingspaceforgod Facebook @jodieniznik Download your free Lectio Divina Guided journal here. The exact verses read in this podcast are printed here for your use. Hebrews 4:1, 9-11 (NRSV) Therefore, while the promise of entering his rest is still open, let us take care that none of you should seem to have failed to reach it. So then, a sabbath rest still remains for the people of God; 10 for those who enter God's rest also cease from their labors as God did from his. 11 Let us therefore make every effort to enter that rest, so that no one may fall through such disobedience as theirs.
This week on Inside the Skev we meet Sabrina Ehmke, the founder of the Skokie Swifters Run Walk Club. Skokie Swifters is a run/walk club for anyone from beginners to experienced distance runners. Whether you just want to get moving outside, are looking to make some new friends, or are looking for a little motivation while you train for an upcoming race, you'll find a welcome community in the Swifters! Sabrina is also an ETHS teacher on Sabbatical, and has her own podcast called, “For Your Run.”More information can be found here: https://www.skokieswifters.run/Inside the Skev is a one stop shop for all things Skokie and Evanston hosted by Aaron Masliansky. Be the first to know about local events, new podcast episodes, real estate and the latest stories about the great people in these towns by going to http://www.skevanston.com. Sign up for the newsletter and reach out to Aaron Masliansky at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or suggestions.
Emma Scheib of Simple Slow Lovely shares two short posts covering why parents need sabbaticals and how her children are teaching her to be present Episode 1534: Parents Need Sabbaticals, Too AND My Children Are Teaching Me How to Be Present by Emma Scheib Emma is a self-confessed introvert who craves the simple and slow things in life. She loves to run, read, and write. She is blessed to be wife to a wonderful husband, mum to two amazing and vivacious daughters, 1 dog, a cat, and 5 chickens. They live in Motueka, New Zealand, a stone's throw from the beautiful Abel Tasman National Park. Emma has been on a journey towards a slower simpler and more intentional way of living since her second daughter was born a few years ago. She has learned lots along the way and loves passing on these lessons. The original post is located here: http://simpleslowlovely.com/parents-need-sabbaticals-too/ & http://simpleslowlovely.com/my-children-are-teaching-me-how-to-be-present/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you keep the Sabbath? Since the Old Testament or old Covenant was fulfilled through Jesus then why do people still celebrate Sabbath? How can we celebrate it without turning it into another burden of the law? What about all of the festivals that God commanded the Israelites to celebrate? God has been talking with me a lot about Sabbath or taking a Sabbatical. On todays episode I dive into both the Old and New Testament and what it says about the Sabbath as well as how I'm honoring God by applying it in my own life. I hope you will be encouraged to take the opportunity to trust God with your work and ministries and create rhythms of rest and celebration in your life! You can find the show notes on my website along with all the links to what was talked about in the show: marriedrogersneighborhood.com You can sign up HERE for a free preview and to enroll in our online Pre Marital Guidance course Follow and interact with Caroline on social platforms at: Instagram: @marriedrogersneighborhood Facebook: @marriedrogersneighborhood Twitter: @marriedrogers Clubhouse: @marriedrogers YouTube Channel: Married Rogers Neighborhood You can subscribe to receive and email newsletter keeping you informed of coming content. (We promise not to spam you) Podcast Music Composed and performed by Jamie Miller If you would like more information on Jamie's Song Writing and performing services you can ask Caroline on any of the above platforms listed for her official contact info. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/support
How much productivity is too much productivity? Is our drive to be productive 24/7 be hurting us? Productivity in business is a piece of you, it's not all of you. We all see those videos on YouTube telling you how to increase your productivity. They can be motivational but a lot of times these people are out of control with productivity. Today, I want to talk about what these productivity YouTubers get wrong.Contrary to what hustle culture will tell you, sometimes you have to slow down to speed up. Sometimes you have to slow down and press pause to even figure out what you're doing. There are times that we need to push through, but there are other times when we just need to take a breather.Many of us are so productivity prone that we have to step outside of that and realize that free space is a good thing. Free space is creative space! I think we need to differentiate being lazy and embracing free time. Give yourself permission to have that free space in your life. Even small pockets of free and alone time in your day will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to get things done!We need to extend and receive grace for the things that we may not get right. Growing a business is something I do, it's not who I am. As followers of Jesus we have to create space for God to move in our life. And be willing to be interrupted. We are to make a positive impact on the world around us with what we have been given. Click to watch the video version of this podcast: https://youtu.be/RsMGP8XF6ikSubscribe the Flow Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3NKR0dW5 Ways To Improve Your Morning Routine: (Free Challenge) https://bit.ly/397PZOB
In this episode, Bo & Luke discuss a few different topics from SHRM's list of "Today's News" (as of Nov. 3, 2022). First up, employers using electronic monitoring tactics to evaluate employee behavior. Bo & Luke talk through opposite positions on the subject. Feel free to reach out and let them know your thoughts.Does your company offer sabbaticals (i.e. extended periods of time off)? They're common in colleges and universities. Could they be beneficial in other industries?Is the federal minimum wage even relevant anymore? The last time it was raised was on July 24, 2009, from $6.55 to $7.25. States and municipalities have been the driving force behind local minimum wage increases, ultimately leaving the feds in the rear view mirror. The motto of your show is "Be better, Know better, DO better." We sincerely appreciate audience feedback to ensure that we are living by our own mantra.Send feedback here.Support the show
Bronco Mendenhall is one of the more interesting sports coaches I've interviewed on this podcast. What makes Bronco interesting is not that he was the Head Coach of Brigham Young University's football program from 2005-2015, and not that he was the Head Coach of the University of Virginia's football program form 2016-2021. It's not that he went 135-81 and appeared in multiple bowl games with those programs. It's not even that he turned those programs around from losing seasons to winning seasons and has helped multiple players play in the National Football League. What makes Bronco so interesting is that he intentionally walked away from the University of Virginia football program to take a year off. He essentially has gone on sabbatical this past year. And he did it in the prime of his career. He was 55 years-old when he stepped away and things were really going well at the University of Virginia from certainly the outside looking in. But Bronco's going to share why he walked away in our conversation today and what he's learned from taking a year off from football. A lot of people walk away from football and then they retire. But Bronco's not done yet. He still has a masterpiece that he's working on and hoping to craft as early as next football season. Bronco is someone who cares deeply about developing young people, and he's leveraging football as the best vehicle that he's found to be able to do that. At his core, Bronco is a learner. He's someone that is constantly growing and is super curious to learn from others. And so, he's taken this time off to really dive deep into what he wants to create when it comes to a college football culture and how he can impact young people. Bronco had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “There was success from an outcome perspective, but there wasn't impact of lasting value… that was resonating with me” (7:50). “I started thinking that the game can't be played without the people. And then the people became everything” (8:20). “Having a fierce passion for performance and intentionally becoming is amazing, and it's facilitated by outcome” (10:25). “If all of identity is measured only by outcome, that becomes a dangerous space to live” (10:35). “I love programs that value something in addition to football” (11:30). “It was my intent from the moment I woke up to the time I went to bed every single day to try to provide a model that demonstrated ‘and'” (14:30). “I'm not only an optimist but I'm a realist at the same time” (20:20). “When I go back [to coaching], I wanted it to be with the perspective and the learning and the renewal and a relaunch that might even be more intentional” (26:15) “Driving the individual relationship one-on-one is really what these kids have remembered. It wasn't the outcomes, it was the relations” (29:00). “You only get to do your job if you're successful at it” (29:45). “After 17 years of being a head coach, the feedback from the guys that I've coached, the players, are all about the relational moments” (30:00). “I never feel as good as when I'm serving, when I'm actually helping others” (31:00). “You manage energy, not time” (32:20). “The singular, most powerful piece [of coaching college football for me] is the daily interaction, development, and inclusion in the lives of young people to help make a difference” (37:00). “I'm not sure there's a more powerful platform to develop motivative learners and young people than the world of college athletics” (38:00). “I love, and will let them, fail” (41:00). “What I promise my team is I won't save you, unless necessary” (46:15). “I worry that we might be prolonging adolescence” (47:30). “I worry that with the structure we're providing, we could be limiting growth” (49:50). “I'm a research driven individual. I don't like presenting anything to my team that I don't have at least 3 sources of” (50:20). “Work expands the boundaries you set” (51:15). “Organizations are perfectly designed for the results they get” (52:50). “I love trust” (53:45). “The more homogeneous the staff was, the more average performing the group was” (56:35). “Those are the kind of people I want to be around, that are open-minded to listening and seeing value in a different way” (1:00:20). “I do believe there's a shelf-life at each place” (1:12:15). “I don't believe that I'm the only one who can make a difference” (1:15:55). “I'm craving to impact lives of young people” (1:16:30). “So many times we get defined by what we do” (1:17:20). Additionally, you can check out the podcast Head Coach University, which Bronco is a co-host of. Thank you so much to Bronco for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.
Elon Musk announced his takeover of Twitter by carrying a porcelain sink into the headquarters. Will his plan to loosen restrictions on social media help our hurt the country? Archeologist have discovered a new way to verify events in the Old Testament, but Phil wonders if anyone really cares. And is it ever loving for Christians to mock their opponents? The gang examines six rules for Christian mockery from the 17th century and why they may not apply today. Then, spiritual director Ruth Haley Barton explains how she came to see sabbath as a gift rather than an obligation. Her new book, “Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest,” looks at why we struggle to practice sabbath rest, the challenge of technology, and how to make sabbath a lifestyle and not just a weekly discipline. Plus, the saving power of worm spit. Patreon Bonus: Christian Asks...How do we build unity around the cross? - https://www.patreon.com/posts/74098797/ Shop Holy Post merch - https://www.holypost.com/shop News Segment 0:00 - Intro 5:08 - Worm spit 9:12 - Elon Musk and Twitter 18:57 - Geomagnetic fields and Biblical narratives 29:46 - Rules for Christian mockery 45:21 - Sponsor: Biola University's Talbot School of Theology Visit www.biola.edu/talbot for more information and to apply today. Interview with Ruth Haley Barton “Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again” - https://amzn.to/3FSkMgP Ruth Haley Barton - https://www.ruthhaleybarton.com 46:33 - Interview intro 49:09 - Spiritual formation 52:59 - Value of sabbath 56:34 - Guilt around sabbath 1:00:47 - More than a day of rest 1:04:46 - Sabbath as delight 1:07:00 - Challenges of technology 1:17:55 - A communal practice 1:24:24 - Credits Links from news segment: “Worm spit could be a secret cure to the world's plastic problem” (Inverse) - https://www.inverse.com/innovation/worm-saliva-plastic-pollution “TAU, HU Scientific Breakthrough: Geomagnetic Fields Reveal Truth of Biblical Narratives” (Jewish Press) - https://www.jewishpress.com/news/israel/tau-hu-scientific-breakthrough-geomagnetic-fields-reveal-truth-of-biblical-narratives/2022/10/25/ “Can you laugh at your enemies and love them? Rules for Christian mockery” (The Christian Post) - https://www.christianpost.com/voices/can-you-laugh-at-your-enemies-and-love-them.html Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
On this episode, ServingLeaders' Communications Director Angela Carnuccio continues her interview with Dave Wiedis about his three-month sabbatical: how he knew it was time to take a sabbatical, what he learned, and how he planned it so as not to squander the gift.
Rest is a challenge for almost all of us in our frantic and distracted world. For anyone who is longing to stop and rest and delight but feels stuck in a pattern of never-enough-time, this conversation is for you. Ruth Haley Barton talks with Amy Julia Becker about rest as a healing practice given to us by God that leads to a spacious, generous life. Ruth is the author of many books, including her latest, Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest. ___Giveaway: We are giving away a copy of Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest. To enter to win, share this podcast episode on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, and be sure to tag me! The contest will end on Sunday, November 6, at 11:59 pm ET.___Guest Bio:“Ruth has spent over 20 years as a student, a practitioner and a leader in the area of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation. She served on the staff of several churches before founding the Transforming Center, a ministry dedicated to creating space for God to strengthen the souls of leaders, equipping them to lead transforming communities. Ruth's voice is courageous, authentic and unique. She is bold in tackling the issues of the day while always inviting us into deep spiritual practices that draw us nearer to God.”___Connect Online:Transforming Center on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transformingctr/ Transforming Center on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/transformingcenterTransforming Center on Twitter: https://twitter.com/transformingctr Ruth's website: https://www.ruthhaleybarton.comTransforming Center website: https://transformingcenter.orgStrengthening the Soul of Your Leadership Podcast: https://transformingcenter.org/strengthening-the-soul-of-your-leadership-podcast/On the Podcast:Ruth's booksNewest book: Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back AgainWayne Muller's Sabbath: Finding Rest, Renewal, and Delight in Our Busy LivesMark 2:27-28Podcast: Strengthening the Soul of Your LeadershipPodcast episode: Season 17: Episode 5 | The Power of Unplugging___Transcript & More: https://amyjuliabecker.com/ruth-haley-barton/____Season 6 of the Love Is Stronger Than Fear podcast connects to themes in my book To Be Made Well.*A video with closed captions will be available on my YouTube Channel.Connect with me: Instagram Facebook Twitter Website Thanks for listening!
SUPPORT THE PODCAST It takes a lot to create our podcast episodes! Please consider a gift to support this vital ministry. We have a few ways to make it easy for you: Use our Donation Page on our Website Donate using our new App Send by mail (Potter's Inn, PO Box 35, Divide, Colorado 80814 - make sure you make note that your gift is for the podcast) SHOW NOTES What if rest has already been created and all we have to do is find ways to participate? Listen in to Steve and Ruth as they discuss how Sabbath is more than a practice, but a way of life ordered around God's invitation to regular rhythms of work, rest, and replenishment that will sustain us for the long haul. ABOUT OUR GUEST Ruth Haley Barton (Doctor of Divinity, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary) is founder of the Transforming Center, a ministry dedicated to strengthening the souls of pastors, Christian leaders and the congregations and organizations they serve. A sought-after teacher, retreat leader, and trained spiritual director, Ruth is the author of numerous books and articles on the spiritual life. Educated at Northern Seminary, the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation and Loyola University Chicago Institute for Pastoral Studies, she has served on the pastoral staff of several churches including Willow Creek Community Church and is Professor of Spiritual Transformation at Northern Seminary. Ruth's Website (includes all her books. blog, and podcast) HER LATEST BOOK: Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again by Ruth Haley Barton FIND US ON FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM Facebook Soul Care Conversations Group Page Potter's Inn Main FB Page Instagram CONTACT US email@example.com INTERESTED IN MORE SOUL CARE RESOURCES? Check out our recommended reading, books on spiritual growth, and our soul care blog. Want to experience soul care in person? Learn more about our soul care intensives and retreats.
Today I'm glad to welcome Ruth Haley Barton to the podcast to talk about an important and often misunderstood spiritual practice: sabbath. Ruth has spent over 20 years as a student, a practitioner and a leader in the area of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation. She served on the staff of several churches before founding the Transforming Center, a ministry dedicated to creating space for God to strengthen the souls of leaders, equipping them to lead transforming communities. Ruth has written several books that have been transformational in my own life, and her most recent release is called Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again which is what I can't wait to talk with her about today. Listen in. Links + Resources From This Episode: Ruth's podcast: Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again Order The Next Right Thing Guided Journal Grab a copy of my book The Next Right Thing Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman Download a transcript of this, and every, episode at emilypfreeman.com.
Thanks for joining us for this episode of the Revelation Wellness podcast! We are so excited to welcome back our Mama Keets, CEO and founder of Revelation Wellness, from her ten-week sabbatical. In this episode, she's sharing about her time away where she spent a deep, sweet time, seeking the Lord and did some fun traveling too! We think you are going to be delighted by this episode as Alisa begins to unpack this life-shaping and life-giving experience. It's so good to have Alisa back. Grab and cup of coffee and find your best comfy chair, because this one is like sitting down with an old friend who has been on a journey and has some goodness to share! Here's the link for the book Alisa mentions in this episode: What Happened to You. We love our Rev community and think you will too! Be sure to get connected with us at: The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook / Instagram / RevWell TV / Youtube Your reviews matter to us and help spread the good news, so please leave us one where you listen to your podcast! If we read your review on our show, we'll send you a free gift from the Revelation Wellness Store! We'd also love to hear from you, so leave us a VOICE MESSAGE! Tell us what you thought about this episode and how you plan to connect with someone today!