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Learn how to be your own boss and the power of saying no Those of you who are wondering whether it's time for you to leave that corporate life and start your own business, you're going to love my guests today, Julie Barlow and Jean-Benoit Nadeau. They're freelance writers and translators and the authors of the new book Going Solo: Everything You Need to Start Your Business and Succeed as Your Own Boss. Many aspiring entrepreneurs have plenty of skill and passion but don't have a sense of how to run a business, which makes their advice so valuable. Are you an entrepreneur or solopreneur? You really should listen in. Watch and listen to our conversation here According to Julie and Jean-Benoit, a good business plan is basically six questions: 1. What do you want to do? 2. Why do you want to do it? 3. What's the market? 4. What price do you want to offer? 5. What will you bring to people? 6. What's the purpose, the “what for”? To connect with them, visit their LinkedIn page or their website. Want to learn more about what makes successful entrepreneurs successful? Here's a start: Blog: 10 Qualities To Drive Your Success As A Female Entrepreneur Blog: The 5 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Scale Your Business Podcast: Marsha Friedman—How A Woman Entrepreneur Took A Little Idea And Turned It Into A Big Business Podcast: Sharon Cully—Great Ideas to Help Entrepreneurs Gain Time and Success Additional resources for you My two award-winning books: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business and On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights My third book, Women Mean Business: Over 500 Insights from Extraordinary Leaders to Spark Your Success, co-written with Edie Fraser and Robyn Freedman Spizman Our website: Simon Associates Management Consultants Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. I'm Andi Simon, I'm your host and your guide. And remember, my job is to get you off the brink. So I want to bring to you people who are going to help you see, feel and think in new ways. You know, and this is always my starting speech, because what I want my audience, whether you're watching or you're listening, is to learn something new. And the best way to do that is to see it and feel it and begin to get the stories from someone else who has done it and say, Oh, I can do that too. So today I have a wonderful couple here to share with you their story and a new book. Let me tell you about them. Julie Barlow and Jean-Benoit Nadeau are the authors of Going Solo: Everything You Need to Start Your Business and Succeed as Your Own Boss. So those of you who are out there wondering whether or not it's time for you to leave that corporate life and start your own business, or you're already starting the business and want to know how to succeed at business, or you're really thinking about, I don't know, going back into business, it's a good time to listen in and think about your own purpose and passion and where you could really have a great trip. They are prize-winning authors and journalists. The husband and wife pair have been running a freelance writing business for over three decades. Look at the books behind them. I just love books and so many folks have no books. And I'm a book author and I love books. They've spoken across Canada, the US, Europe and Japan. Their work has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, The International Herald Tribune, France's L'Express, and more. They've published 15 books, written over a thousand articles, won more than 30 journalism and literary awards. They're avid travelers, they've lived in Paris, which I love, where John Boehner was a fellow of the Washington-based Institute for Current World Affairs. They've been to Toronto and Phoenix, where Julie was a Fulbright Scholar at Arizona State University. They're trilingual in English, French and Spanish, and they are based in Montreal, where they live with their twin daughters. I've told you enough. It's enough for you to see that I got somebody really cool here for you today, and they're going to help you. Just like I want to see things through a fresh lens. Thank you, Jean-Benoit and Julie, thanks for joining me. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: Thank you. Thank you very much for having us. Andi Simon: Now Jean-Benoit has told me I can call him JB. Tell us about your own journey. It's one thing to read a bio, it's another thing to begin to think through, How did they get here? Why this book at this time? You certainly have written lots. Jean-Benoit, would you like to start about your journey? Jean-Benoit Nadeau: Okay. I began as a writer in 1987. As a journalist. I'd done some theater before that. I'd studied engineering, decided in the end that I wanted to earn a living writing, and began as a writer. And since I was not that employable because I had no experience, I started freelancing, which was my destiny as a creator. Anyway, I realized later that a couple of things went well. I got my degree in political science, and was freelancing, meanwhile, and in 1993 things were going well and a magazine in Montreal offered me a job. I took the job and I was employed 29 days and I quit. That's when I became self-employed by choice. My father is an engineer. He had his own consultancy, which became quite large eventually, but he was an entrepreneur, and he's the first person who told me, because I was telling him, I have no job, What am I? Oh, he said, you're self-employed. Oh really? He said, Yes. I know what it was. Andi Simon: Bravo to your father. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: And then we discussed frequently until he became sick at the beginning of the middle of the year 2005. He was a good mentor. He mentored us a lot. And we realized quite early that a lot of the problems we were going through were the same that he was going through as an engineer. Aside from writing, you know, how do you negotiate? How do you manage without losing time? How do you finance your business and all these things? And I gave seminars first for journalists because I had a certain amount of success as a writer. So I was giving seminars to journalists. And then in 1997, I published a book which is the original version of the book in French for the Quebec market. And I started giving speeches in Chambers of Commerce and associate trade associations and realized that I was right on the advice that we had developed, because I was already partnered with Julie. So the advice that we were developing applied to everybody who wants to be creative in their work, really. And then we never had good success. We sold like 30,000 copies of the book in the tiny Quebec market and in French. And Julie said at one point, That book is absolutely translatable. So we got the rights back from my publisher and she translated it, and here we are. Julie Barlow: So I had been thinking for years and years of translating it, but just got buried under other projects. My writing career began much like jazz. I stumbled into it, began writing music, music reviews when I was in university. And I lost my confidence. I didn't come from a background with a father who was an entrepreneur. I didn't come from a business background at all. I didn't even know you could really make a living as a writer. Andi Simon: Aha. Julie Barlow: And that's not unusual in our field, you know, for people to have a skill and develop it but not have any sense of how to run a business. So I finished my education, finished my master's degree, and then just started out. And, nevertheless, even with that help that we had, there's a number of skills you have to really develop in order to make your passion into a business. Basically, I felt very fortunate to have your dad. And of course, we developed our own, our own by trial and error. And over the decades we developed our skills and our tips, and I was very happy to translate the book. We have two editions of it: one for the United States and one for Canada. And it's just great to share with others, not just creative people, but people who want to live their passion. They want to do what they want to do. They want to leave a job, start out fresh, out of school or whatever. There's just some basic things that you need to understand to make it work so that you don't get drowned in frustrations. Andi Simon: You know, it's interesting while I'm listening to you. So I'm in business 22 years now, and I launched my business after being in corporate as an executive in two banks and as an executive in two hospitals. And prior to that, I was an anthropology professor. I got my tenure and I was a visiting professor teaching entrepreneurship. And I was on a journey because I knew I was an anthropologist. I like to apply it among businesses that are going through change because people hate change. And I sort of helped them see, feel and think in new ways. But when I launched it after 911, my PR firm said to me, Oh, Andi, you're a corporate anthropologist who helps companies change. And I went, Bingo. And so in a sense, he defined my passion, my purpose, the why. Then the question was, how? And I did what I used to do anyway, which was start to have lunch with people, you know, never eat alone. We started to network and network and network. And next thing you know, I had a half a dozen clients and I went, Oh, this is fun. This is free. And I'm having a great time being me. And I do think that part of the passion and purpose is knowing who you are, not just what you do, but it's sort of my story. I want to go back to yours. When you began to help people through the book, let's talk about a process, a way of thinking. Because remember, we live the story in our mind. And so now the question is, typically the people who are going to read this book, what kind of story, what are they trying to do? Give them the wisdom and the lessons learned that you have. So the book complements it in some fashion. Who would like to start it? Jean-Benoit Nadeau: I think that a very important moment in the process of thinking of ourselves as entrepreneurial was the realization that it's so hard to change. And as an anthropologist, you'll understand. Historically, people used to be all self-employed. And the people who were employed were at the bottom of the scale. They didn't own their means of production, and they were at the bottom of the scale. And around the 19th century, that scale shifted. The people who were employed moved up socially, and it became a goal of education to have a job. We all went to study in order to have a job. We don't say to people, Study well, you're going to have your own enterprise. We never say that to kids. We tell them to study well, you'll have a job. So then I realized I will never have a job. What am I going to do? Well, I'm going to have work. Yep. So that's what self-employed is. You don't have a job, but you have work and you don't have a boss. You have a client who is your equal because you are your own boss and you don't have a salary. You have income which you build. But you see, it took me about 4 or 5 years even to send a bill to my clients because I thought it was pretentious. I'm sorry, I was an artist. I was a writer. I came from the theater. So at one point they would look at their books and say, Oh, we haven't paid this guy, so let's send him a check. That's how I was paid. So of course, that was the big moment of understanding that that's too much work. I don't have a job. Andi Simon: So, you know, Julie, I'm going to let you pop in, but I want to just set the context because I've been coaching some young women in their 20s, some are graduating from college, some have graduated and have had a couple of jobs. But I'm not sure that they know who they are, what they're doing, or why they're doing it. But I will tell you that the education in college makes them seem as if they're fully competent at something. They just don't know what that something is or where to find a company that wants their something. And I'm disturbed at the disconnect between their job, work, passion, purpose. Julie, your turn please. I didn't want to cut you off, but I wanted to set the stage. Julie Barlow: One of the big places where you see this problem of flipping from feeling like somebody's in control of what you produce and what you do, comes in negotiating, which is something we talk a lot about with writers who tend to think there's a system that they fit into and there's a certain amount that they will get paid. And they tend not to think that they're in the driver's seat. And so they get exploited. And one of the big problems is that people who, and you see this sometimes when people who leave a job to start working freelance, they just think of their clients as their bosses. And they even use that term. They say well, the boss says, the bosses, and they don't start from a position of power, which is that they can sell or not sell, and sometimes it's just worth walking away. I mean, I have this discussion with fellow writers a lot. There are clients who are just not good clients, and they're hurting you and they're not paying you fairly and they're wasting your time. You could be using your means and whatever it is you sell or produce to make money from somebody who appreciates it, you know? So one of the big things is avoiding bad clients and learning to say no. So we have a little section in the book of 16 Ways to Say No. It's very popular with people. You have to learn when to say no and how to walk away from things. And sometimes saying no is what really radically, suddenly improves your condition. I mean, you need to be able to do that. It's tough for people. Andi Simon: Well, it's interesting because I remember my first client who I said, “I'm really not good for you and you're not good for me. So I think you should find somebody else for your sake.” And I remember that feeling of freeing myself, but allowing them to be free of me as well, because we were simply not going to make it. And it was for your sake. And I'm sure that because it was a perspective that it wasn't my problem but for your benefit, it's time to go. But I've learned that no is a good word. Julie Barlow: Yes, it is a good word. And it can even bring a bigger yes at the end of the day from somebody else. I recently, last year, said no to a really, really what could have been a very lucrative writing contract with somebody that I just knew we were not a good fit. You know, you have to, and we talk about this as well in the book, you have to explore fairly carefully with your client. Make sure they understand what they're getting, make sure they understand what you're giving them. Yes, you're on the same terms. Things have to be clear from the beginning or you have problems down the line. And I just could not get through to them. We just could not see eye to eye on the thing. But, we left on good terms and I said, I'm sorry, I'm just not going to do this anymore. The word about what I had done with them traveled back to his literary agent which came back to me in the form of another book contract. So I absolutely understood what I did. But, you know, these are the lessons that you learn as a business person, clients' expectations. And again, it's the boss-client mentality. You have to take the time to make sure that you understand their expectations and that they understand what they're getting or you just end up with problems with them. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: People make a lot of fuss about the business plan. We've got questions about that. And I say, yeah, I know, but we say, the business plan is basically five questions. What do you want to do? Why do you want to do it? What's the market? What price do you want to offer? What will you bring to people? That's just the basics. If you need financing or an associate, you may need to write almost a book business plan, a book-size business plan. But a good business plan can fit on 2 or 3 pages. But there's a sixth question, which I forgot, that I didn't mention, which I think is the most important: What for, the purpose? But your goal, your personal goal, where do you want to go with that? Do you want to teach social dancing? A lot of people want to turn their passion into a business, and that's good. That's often why people go with you. Self-Employment. Well, you're not going to once things start running and that can come pretty quickly. You'll go somewhere if you know where you want to go, and you will not even decide who your clients are. And if you want to start teaching for the purpose of creating a franchise of social dancing, or create a shoe for social dancing, you are not going to choose your clients in the same way. Your venues, the place where you're going to showcase them, etcetera. And it's the same with a writer. You are not going to do all the thousands of choices you have to do in your daily business. If you want to be a publisher or have an agency, or want to be an editor in chief, or move into book writing or film, these are all personal choices. There's nobody who's going to tell you which is right, but it's very important, it orients you. Andi Simon: But I also think, I can't tell you how many folks come in by referral. Sometimes they find us on the internet and they are trying to do what they did in the corporate world in an independent freelance business fashion, but they don't really understand that things are different. You know, they did this there and therefore I'm going to do this now. I said, But there you had the brand of the big company and you had a network and so forth. Why should somebody hire you now? And how are you going to actually build a revenue stream, a client base, have a business with it, as opposed to being an employed person who used to do something. This means the story changes, but they aren't thinking about how to do it actually and they have no idea. Very often your book is very valuable about how I think about myself now? Because when I said I'm a corporate anthropologist who helps companies change, to be honest with you, I knew people had to change, they didn't care how I did it, and I admitted I picked that one up. I knew that the whole sales process was about, you know, where are your gaps? Where's your pain point? How can I help? How I did it, they didn't care. But it's a very important piece. They really didn't know what an anthropologist would do, but it was interesting to watch the transformation. But many times they come and don't know how to turn an idea, an observation, into a business innovation. So your book comes at a very timely moment. When they get going, do you help them create scalability? A word I use often because, you know, there are 13 million women-owned businesses in the US. 10 million of them don't make solopreneurs. 5 million of those don't make more than $10,000 a year. And they're more like side hustles, which is fine. But there are a whole lot of solopreneurs, and I worry about the lack of scalability. Not being able to underwrite it with the right capital. Don't know how to use a bank to finance it. Don't use their credit cards with family and friends. I mean, there's a whole huge market of folks who need to make an income in a better way, but need to think differently about what they're doing and not simply celebrate the fact that they're not inside a company, which is often what they say. “I didn't like being there, so I'm doing this.” I say, “But you're not in business. You're just trying.” So, thoughts? Julie Barlow: So one of the ideas that we speak of is that between somebody making $25,000 a year as a solopreneur and somebody making $250,000 a year, the thing you have to understand is that you don't have to work ten times more. You make your choices in the function of things. In our case, writing that feeds other ways of making money. So for instance, we wrote a book about the French language and we turned that into speaking gigs on the French language, articles on the French language, a film script on the French language, a radio show on the French language. I mean, the book just keeps on giving us content that we use for other things. And we're not being paid to sit and produce new content every day. That's what we would do if we had a job, perhaps as a script writer at a company. But we are using our content to make money for us. The best way to be a writer is to sit and wait for the royalty checks to come to the door. You know, of course we have to write, but all of the choices that we make, we make sure that they are not dead end choices because they are choices that are going to feed that or feed other books or enable us to produce books using a gig, doing something that will feed us with content for something else. I mean, that's how we go from thinking like an employee to thinking like a business person. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: I recently read a biography of Charles Dickens and was fascinated that he was one of the first authors in history to do what he called “work the copyright,” which meant that earning a living was not just about writing, it was to use his intellectual property to work for him, and for a lot less work. And as writers, we have the benefit of having intellectual property created the minute we finish something. The costly part of the intellectual property is developing it into research. But if you choose your ideas very well for the purpose of reusing them, then things become a lot easier. That's just in the production side of it. But if you negotiate well, you can actually improve your productivity without raising your rate just because you understand better what the client wants or because you negotiate better the ownership of what you produce for them, because you keep that ownership for yourself or because you get better terms. That's just at the negotiating level. You can keep collecting. If you bill quickly, you collect quickly, and then you have less money on your credit card. There's all sorts of things like this at all levels of what it is to run a business that are productive. Andi Simon: And what you're saying though, is a mindset. And I do think that mindset isn't the narrow: I'm a freelance writer. It's the broad: I'm in business to take ideas and in multiple channels begin to bring them to market because my purpose is to share French and I need to do it on all the different channels. And I need to do that in multiple different ways. And the content keeps repurposing itself. I mean, people say to me, Did you sell a lot of books? I said, I brought in a lot of clients. I mean, you can bring in good clients. I was in Mexico three times off a book that someone found in a Hudson News in an airport, and got to give programs to CEOs down there three years in a row. Before the pandemic, I just loved the multiplier of the book. And I just had a podcast earlier today of a guy who I gave the On the Brink book to. He took it on his vacation, came back and was quoting it for me. I mean, you can't ask for much more than that. I love how what we do is designed not to be an end, but a beginning. And I do think it opens the door. And the idea is, how many different doors can it open and how do we get to where we're really taking the message and helping spread it. Julie Barlow: To do that you kind of have to be agile. I mean, the word is a little overused, but you do. You need to be watching what's going on. You know, in the book, we encourage people who are starting out to be curious to contact their competitors, to sit down with people in their business and ask questions and figure things out. People can be very shy and a little bit locked into their own little universe. You can stay in front of your screen all the time, but it's important to get out and understand what's going on. And people are helpful. And they're happy to have somebody, I'm happy for young writers to approach me and to ask for me to sit down and explain things to them. When I don't have time to do a contract. I'd love to be able to keep my client happy by sending them somebody else who can. And you know, that happens fairly frequently. And it's sort of a win-win for everybody. But, you know, communication and being open to that and watching the industry change is really important. One of our early methods was to resell articles because we write in both languages and we would resell them in different markets. And that changed when the internet came. And we started writing before the internet when that all changed. And then it was very hard to keep our copyright over certain things and resell things. But we found new ways to do that. And one of them is translating and we don't necessarily get paid for our copyright, but we need to translate it. So we get paid for that. We're always looking to see where the soft spots are and how things are changing. And you always have to kind of be aware of what's going on and not get stuck in a way of doing things. And that, again, is something very particular to being sort of an entrepreneur, entrepreneurial state of mind, as opposed to thinking like an employee and doing what you're asked to do. Andi Simon: You're segueing into a topic that I always like to include, though, and you've been through many years of watching many different transitions and transformations, and often you pick up. I often talk about the future is here, we just haven't quite distributed it widely. But you pick up little signs, and the little signs are the tip of the iceberg of where things are going. Are there some signs that you're already beginning to watch happen and you're saying, there's something coming? I'm not quite sure what, but I'm really interested to see where and who, and I'm going to poke further, and anything you can share, because I do think the times are changing. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: Well, in Canada we have this problem right now. The Canadian government wants to control better. Well, wants to ensure that big companies like Facebook and Google share their publicity market with traditional media, and they created a law, a Facebook Australia-style law. And Facebook reacted by blocking all Canadian content on Facebook. And Google is threatening that. So that is raising a lot of questions on the future of writing as a writer in Canada. It's going to be a rocky year next year, I would say. Julie Barlow: So artificial intelligence is a big one. Yeah, AI is affecting us. Again, maybe back to what Jean-Benoit said about purpose. We as sort of high-end writers are right now kind of safe from AI. It can't really do what we're doing. So we're enjoying the benefits of it right now, which is transcribing automatic tools for transcribing interviews and translation tools that give us decent first drafts of translations and various different things, but all the writing community is a little on edge about what is going to do, because it's getting better at generative artificial intelligence. We can't afford to have our head in the sand. Andi Simon: I fell in love with AI. I say that gently because I use it in different kinds of ways. It writes great poems for me. And if I want to give a granddaughter a poem about a situation, I give it three facts and outcomes a great poem. And I went, I can't write that, but boy, that is a great poem, and I don't even know who I would ask to write it. But it is interesting to watch what we begin to use it for. I had a great big project and I said, Tell me, what are your thoughts, AI, about this project I'm working on? And it freshened up my thinking, not that I was necessarily going to use it, but as a solopreneur, it's often difficult to find open colleagues with conversations that can make intelligent insights into things you're thinking about. And so I'm finding all kinds of ways to make it my friend. And I say that because it's how you feel about it as opposed to being angry at it. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: You know, we use artificial intelligence a fair amount. We have an excellent character here called Antidote. It's pure artificial intelligence. And all the intelligence software that is there doesn't make a very good translation, but makes a good first draft. In fact, in Canada, where we translate a fair amount because we have two official languages, the number of people who are employed as translators has increased by 18% in the last seven years, when the labor force has increased by six. So it reduced the cost of entry to a lot of people who would not translate. And then they give it to a machine. They come out and they say, someone says, that's not very good, but let's hire someone who finishes the translation. Andi Simon: What is Grammarly? I mean, this whole book, I put every one of them through it. We have 102 women and I gave everyone to Grammarly and they made the corrections and I sent it back and they approved it. And man, it was efficient. And there were limits to how much creativity was going to go into it. But it got me comfortable that they would sound professional and it was even far better than the proofreader of the publisher. And so it was fun to test. I just needed a third third party. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: But one of the things about artificial intelligence is that it's a misnomer. It's an algorithm that processes a lot of information. And one of the problems for journalists, anyway, one of the issues with our AI is that, for example, ChatGPT is essentially a sociopath. It doesn't tell you it doesn't know what it doesn't know. It makes up things and it doesn't give you the source, which is contrary to any kind of ethics in journalism. And, I don't think it threatens journalism. It will be a tool like glasses or even the word processor. Andi Simon: You know, I'm in the schools, my daughter is a teacher. And she said back to me, I had to do a lesson plan for a student in special ed. So I went into ChatGPT and it came back and it was almost as good as I would have done. And in a minute I went, yeah, now use your time to teach the child and not write the lesson plan. You know, it's a perfectly good way to get going. Nothing is perfect, and even our own lesson plans may not be perfect. We think they're better than AI. But I'm enjoying the transition to the next stage of data and insights coming from intelligent stuff in different ways. So it'll be fun if we stay and make it happy, and then be wise and go back and check and make sure it's correct. But even this stuff on Google, I'm never quite sure it's correct either. You have to be knowledgeable enough to know. This has been such fun. I'm so glad that you're on our podcast today, and if folks would like to buy the book, where could they buy it? Julie Barlow: Amazon.com, Amazon.ca in Canada, Barnes and Noble. It should be available in any bookstore. Jean-Benoit Nadeau: It's widely distributed. Just make sure if you ever go, it probably won't happen, but the Canadian edition has a little maple leaf at the top. If it doesn't have that little maple leaf, it's an American edition. Andi Simon: The things that look great. Thank you so much. So it's going solo and if you want to go solo, you've been with us today listening to Julie Barlow and Jean-Benoit Nadeau. I do, as we are trying to really help you see, feel and think in new ways so that you can decide, how am I going to spend the next stage of my career doing a job, or do I want really interesting work? Am I going to be a creator of a whole new market space, or am I going to copy someone else and be another? And I do think it's a time for really rethinking who you are and where you're going and how to do it. So I want to thank you for coming. Thank you for coming today and speaking to our audience. As you know, our new book, Women Mean Business: Over 500 Insights from Extraordinary Leaders to Spark Your Success, just came out and it is doing gangbusters. And it too is on all the booksellers, Barnes and Noble and Amazon. It's the stories of 102 women, and they are really interesting stories because the women have five wisdoms they want to share with you, and each of them has a different background, history, and their own journey. And it's really quite fascinating. The reviews are: "I wasn't sure what I was going to find, but I went through the whole book and each of the women inspired me. So when you gave the book to me, man, this is a great book!" Who knew? And I said, I know. The whole idea is to share their wisdom with you so you can be inspired, you can aspire to greatness. You can begin to think about how other women have done it. One of my favorite quotes in there is, “Don't believe everything you're thinking.” And I said, I like that. We preach, turn a page and change your life. I really think women in business are here to help you do just that. So on that note, I want to thank everyone for coming. Keep sending me your ideas on who we should have on, share the podcast and I wish you well. Bye bye now. WOMEN MEAN BUSINESS® is a registered trademark of the National Association of Women Business Owners® (NAWBO)
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Season 5 Episode 12 FACULTY: Enrico Palmerino, Elizabeth Manso, Michael Hso, and Marianne Fischer CLASS: #TheGuide TITLE: How to Say No In this podcast episode, Scott interviews a diverse group of accounting professionals: Enrico Palmerino, Elizabeth Manso, Michael Hso, and Marianne Fischer. The discussion revolves around their individual visions, experiences, and insights as business leaders. They share their journeys, the importance of helping others, and most importantly, how to say no. Introducing, Elizabeth, Enrico, Michael Vision Enrique's Vision Michael's North Star Introducing Marianne the Speaker Regretting saying Yes Enrico on Regret Michael's Road to 9 Figures Selfishly Help Others Finding a Partner How To Say No Shout Outs: Josh Jeffries, Vivid Vision by Cameron Herrold --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/accountinghigh/message
Sometimes personal wellness means we have to say no to things we really want to do. For episode resources, see SelfCareForEducators.com. Music: Happy Clappy Ukulele by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
On this episode of The DEB Show, host Debra Eckerling talks about wellbeing with authors/podcaster/speakers Howard Brown (Shining Brightly), Frank Love (Frank Relationships), and Kory M. Shrum (A Well Cared For Human). With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, there's no better time to focus on your wellbeing. Howard, Frank, and Kory shared their personal connections to the topic and their thoughts on why people find selfcare challenging. They also offered insights for reframing your mindset, as well as plenty of wellbeing tips. What is Wellbeing? - Kory: Having a really good relationship with yourself: your body, mind and emotions, creativity/spirit, and with other people - Frank: Inspiration, motivation, being a good child, parent, sibling, partner, friend - Howard: Self-care equals self love. Are you getting enough sleep, hydrating, taking care of yourself, so you can address everything else. If you can lift yourself up, you can take care of others Their Self-Care Practices - Howard: Finding his happy place/stress-free zone. His is on the basketball court. He also enjoys hiking, biking, meditation, and travel - Frank: Prints a 30-item checklist every night. This includes: get up, pray, 6 glasses of water, 3 exercise each day as part of self-care. In relationships, he goes through the 5 I's. Am I giving my time to my wife, am I loving, am I 100% in my relationship, do I demonstrate that I care about everything, am I intimately connected to my partner's history - Kory: Enjoys cultivating joy through creativity – painting, drawing, writing – and having loving connections in relationships. She focuses on her relationship with her mind and emotion (journaling, meditation), as well as her body (yoga, dance breaks) Goals - Kory: Figure out what you can say “No” to. Say “No” at least once a day/a few days a week. Choosing yourself will become a habit - Frank: Make a checklist with the basics you need to do each day - Howard: Track instances of kindness; find one act of kindness a day and write it down Final Thoughts - Kory: You're worthy of being taken care of, of taking care of yourself, and investing in yourself - Frank: Shares a quote by Thomas Schelling, “I've known since I was a child that bees can sting and then when they sting, they die. And nevertheless, they sting unable to explain to a bee that is stinging would merely hurt me, but would kill it. I behave with great respect toward bees.” It speaks to a higher level of love that we can give one another - Howard: If we can shine brightly a little bit each day for ourselves, for others, our neighbors and our community, I guarantee you the world will be a better place Learn More: Howard Brown: Shining Brightly.com Frank Love: FrankLove.com Kory M Shrum: KoryMShrum.com Debra Eckerling: TheDEBMethod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Does saying "no" feel like an uphill battle for you? We're here to tell you that a powerful NO can actually pave the way for enriching new experiences. In our mission to embrace personal growth, we let you in on our "No No November" initiative. As we journey through this month, we talk about 6 things that we should let go of to make room for new opportunities by saying no.The fear of aging and regret can hold us back, nestled deep within our psyche. In our soul-searching dialogue, we'll explore these heavy feelings and their impact on our lives. We share our personal experiences and insights about regret as a learning tool, and the fear of aging as a societal pressure. There's beauty in the natural process of aging and accepting ourselves as we are, a beauty that we're excited to discuss with you. Toxic relationships and unrealistic expectations can weigh us down. Let's delve into recognizing the signs of an unhealthy relationship and how to put an end to it – because everyone deserves peace and respect. We'll also share our personal journey of shedding self-doubt as we age, and embracing self-acceptance. And, again we touch on tips on setting healthy boundaries and being gentle with yourself - giving yourself and others grace. Let's release these six things and together and celebrate the gift of the present moment. Tune in, and let's embark on this journey of self-discovery and acceptance together.ObsessionsTish - crochet ragalan sleeve turtleneck sweater! So cute for the holidays and beyond!Ellen: Mikes Hot Honey We would be so thankful if you could please support us with a monthly PATREON subscription and get a quarterly live Q&A with Ellen and Tish.Give us a review... Click hereWant to start podcasting? Click here to let Buzzsprout know we sent you, this gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and help support our show.This episode is for entertainment purposes only. We are not medical professionals and we strongly suggest that you reach out to your physician for any medical advice.Support the show Support the showWebsite: www.thepositivelymidlifepodcast.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on November 20, 2023, Patrick talks about how governments in US, UK, and EU are all voting ‘NO' on a ceasefire in Gaza. Meanwhile, Israeli bombing intensifies against the native Palestinian population. They are feeling the political fall-out already, politicians & media further diverge from the views and feelings of the people. Also, legally speaking, does Israel really have “the right to defend itself”? All this and more. TUNE-IN LIVE to TNT RADIO for the Patrick Henningsen Show every MON-FRI at 11AM-1PM (NEW YORK) | 4PM-6PM (LONDON) | 2AM-4AM (BRISBANE): https://tntradio.liv
Dr. Hokehe Eko wears many hats! She is a mother of three lovelies, an Integrative Pediatrician, CEO of Glow Pediatrics and TedX Speaker, who partners with parents of children with ADHD and Autism to address the root causes of their children's behaviors and boost their Brain Health using Integrative Medicine. She is also CEO of Kids of Hope, a non-profit organization sharing love, hope, and dignity with children in foster care.After sustaining brain injuries herself, she was told it was impossible to become a pediatrician, but she uses her experiences of thriving with obstacles to help children with ADHD/Autism and children in foster care see themselves as capable of fulfilling their dreams. She is the Author of ‘Children's Love Letters: A Pediatricians Guide To How your Child Spells Love'. She has been the host of the Brain Power TV show on Austin Channel 11 and a former radio show host of the Brain Power show on KEYB 107.9.She has spoken to the UN Youth Program in Ghana, on the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences, has been featured in Authority Magazine, Business Insider, Buzzfeed and Thrive Global, and multiple podcasts.In this episode, Hokehe and I chatted about:Her leadership roles Her leadership style Her leadership journey The leaders that helped her rise The challenges she faced on her journey How she navigated those challenges How she thinks you can become a strong and kind leader Her ‘take home' leadership messages for the listeners, and What she is currently excited to be working on.Hokehe can be found and/or contacted via the following online platform addresses: Website: https://www.glowpediatrics.com/ and https://www.kitsofhope.org/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hokeheeffiongmd/Please reach out to Dr Harrison for individual coaching and/or organisational training via email@example.com.His web address and social media profile links / handles include:www.dradamharrison.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dradamharrison/www.youtube.com/c/DrAdamPhysicianCoachhttps://www.facebook.com/coachingmentoringdoctors/https://www.instagram.com/dradamharrison/He has also co-written a new online course entitled ‘How to be Assertive, Maintain Boundaries, and Say “No!”‘ which can be accessed instantly here for only £55/$70:https://tenminutemedicine.podia.com/burnout-to-brilliance-assertiveness-and-saying-no
In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, we look at the value of finding a specific situation when doing The Work. We also explore different approaches to working on a situation and we emphasize the importance of being gentle with the turnarounds to find a balance that feels right to you. You can also listen to this podcast wherever you get your podcasts. If you're new to podcasts, here's a review article by PCMagazine on the best podcast apps to use. If you find one that Wiggle Room is not on, let me know and I'll be happy to add it there too. Here are a few of the most popular podcast apps. Timeline 00:55 — Intro 04:03 — Question: My Examples When Working “I'm Feeling Like A Failure” Seem Too Intellectual 12:23 — Question: When Working “I Can't Say No,” Which Is Better, JYNW or OBAAT Worksheet? 17:04 — Question: If I Do The Work On My Anxiety About My Child, Will It Make Me Stop Caring? 29:04 — Question: Is It Better To Question Specific Situations vs. Doing The Work In General? 34:44 — Newsletter: No and Yes Are Equal, Unless I Want You to Like Me 43:53 — Outro Open Session Recording In this Open Session recording, we look at several specific issues and think about how to work them. Sometimes, it takes meditation to find the best approach. We also cover how to do The Work without losing touch with your own experience of truth. Be a participant in Open Sessions each week to do The Work with me, participate in our discussions, or ask your questions. Newsletter Text In the second part of the recording, I read my article, No and Yes Are Equal, Unless I Want You to Like Me. Subscribe to the newsletter to get new articles like this one each week. Bonus Videos If you prefer video, you can watch the following sections of the podcast in HD video. My Examples When Working “I'm Feeling Like A Failure” Seem Too Intellectual When Working “I Can't Say No,” Which Is Better, JYNW or OBAAT Worksheet? If I Do The Work On My Anxiety About My Child, Will It Make Me Stop Caring? Is It Better To Question Specific Situations vs. Doing The Work In General? No and Yes Are Equal, Unless I Want You to Like Me Learn The Work Of Byron Katie Three ways to stop suffering and engage with me: Choose a solution that works for you.
This episode gives you permission to not feel obligated to do all the things around the holidays that you normally do 'just because it's family' or otherwise. I discuss how you have free will and autonomy as an adult to decide if you do things or not. You don't have to do anything you don't want to do. And yes, some people won't like it and it's ok. If you do decide to do it even though you don't like it, own that it was still your decision to make. You will feel more empowered and better about being there than telling yourself you have to suck it up because it's what's expected of you. Learning how to start honoring yourself and doing things that are right for you is a process, take it slow, and watch how when you start honoring yourself, you feel better and will not need to escape with alcohol as much. Happy Holidays! xo, Angela Click the link to join Alive AF! now! https://angelamascenik.com/aliveafClick the link to get your stop over-drinking support kit.https://aliveafbox.angelamascenik.com/pages/trial-boxClick the link to get the application to work with me privately.https://form.typeform.com/to/x8tcz6lm Tags:Angela Mascenik, Angela stop over-drinking coach, become emotionally unattached to alcohol, drink less, do more, drink less wine, emotional drinking, emotional eating, how do I feel my feelings, how to cut back on how much I drink, how to feel classy, how to feel to stop over-drinking, how to feel your urges, stop over drinking coach, Stop over-drinking and Start Living podcast, stop over-drinking help for women, Alive AF, moderation, quitting, reducing your drinking, sober retreat, born to be alive, how to stick to your planned amount, scared of change, the buzz, spouse, husband, partner, social groups, family groups, negative feelings, intuition, listening, being positive doesn't work, validated, what isn't working, options, benefits, mindful, pivoting, pivot, last chance, vacation, relationships, setbacks, motivation, programming, society, Las Vegas, family, pre-stressing, one on one coaching, Napa, restriction,vacation, everyday life, post vacation, motherhood, marriage, boring, discomfort, commitment, trust in ourselves, trust in yourself, missing out, easier, better, vacation, over eating, weekends, parenting, care givers, parents, failing, failure, nothinggoodcancomefromthis, toxicworkplace, genderdiscrimination, womenintheworkplace, Proactive, Reactive, Fighting for your Problems, trial box, how to deal with urges, parenting, people pleasing, holidays
We are very nearly in the festive season – the Late Late Toy Show is on this Friday and next week we are into December. But, have you found yourself dreading the rush into Christmas? Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed with the obligation to meet friends and family and to go to work functions? Has a holiday - which is meant to be a relaxing time - turned into a time endless plans and obligations and in which you have no free time? Andrea was joined by Tara O'Connor from The Designed Table and listeners to discuss...
Should you ever say no to being the executor of an estate? At CMS Law Firm we do estate planning, we do it well, and we'd love to talk to you about how you can protect your family, protect yourself, and protect your money. Good news for you is, that's easy to do. Just click the link and set up a time for your free strategy session - https://cmslawfirm.com/estateplanningstrategysession. Talk to you soon!
Original Air Date: June 10, 2006In this episode we hear from parents who do not discipline their children. They discuss why they have a barrier to saying ‘no' to their kids. Rabbi Shumley Boteach and Dr. Robin weigh in on how parents often harm their children by giving them too much of what they want and not enough of what they need. Want more podcasts from OWN? Visit https://bit.ly/OWNPodsYou can also watch Oprah's Super Soul, The Oprah Winfrey Show and more of your favorite OWN shows on your TV! Visit https://bit.ly/find_OWN
Do you feel tired and overwhelmed with 100 things on your to-do list and not enough time or energy to get them done!? The simplest way to simplify your schedule is to say no. I'm about to share with you 3 ways to gracefully say no, and more importantly, how to discern your best yes. What most people do when asked to do something is say yes automatically, with very little hesitation or thought. They may even subconsciously put on a show to make the person asking think that they are actually excited to say yes. Then, they procrastinate doing the task because they never wanted to do it in the first place. It takes up room in their mind, and every day they wake up and think, “Oh yeah, I need to get that done today…why did I say yes to doing that, I'm already busy enough, isn't there someone else that could be doing this!”So they procrastinate as long as possible, then do the task just to get it done, feeling a little resentful that they “have” to do it, and a little frustrated with themselves that they didn't say no in the first place. Can you relate?Time and again when I coach women on weight loss and health issues, a barrier that arises is time and energy to focus on their health. One reason they often are experiencing a lack of time and energy is because they are busy doing busy work because they haven't learned the skill of a graceful no. Learn how to do that in this episode!Subscribe & ReviewSubscribing and leaving a rating and review are important factors in helping the Reshape Your Health Podcast and the YouTube Channel reach more people. If you haven't already subscribed, please do that today.We would also be grateful if you left a rating and review, too. In your listening app, scroll to the “Ratings and Reviews” section, then click “Write a Review” and let us know what you enjoy about our show. We appreciate you taking the time to show your support. Thank you!Resources From This Episode>> Join Zivli>> Book a Free Zivli Discovery Call>> Freebie: The Ultimate Food Guide
Believers Voice of Victory Video Broadcast for Friday 11/17/2023. Say NO to unbelief! Watch Believer's Voice of Victory as Kenneth Copeland encourages you to have faith to receive your healing. Jesus is your Healer—learn to put an end to fear and doubt by only believing!
Chase Perkins joins me to discuss the cryptographic digital protocols, the irrationality of Marxism, the importance of individual sovereignty, and why Bitcoin is the closest thing to the absolute right. Chase Perkins is the Founder and CEO of Impervious.ai. He is also a data privacy attorney. // GUEST // Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChaseTheTruthWebsite: https://www.impervious.ai/// SPONSORS // In Wolf's Clothing: https://wolfnyc.com/NetSuite: https://netsuite.com/whatismoneyiCoin Hardware Wallet (use discount code BITCOIN23): https://www.icointechnology.com/Mind Lab Pro: https://mindlabpro.com/breedloveCrowdHealth: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveWasabi Wallet: https://wasabiwallet.io/Bitcoin Apparel (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://thebitcoinclothingcompany.com/Feel Free Tonics (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://botanictonics.comCarnivore Bar (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://carnivorebar.com/// OUTLINE // 00:00:00 - Coming up 00:00:29 - Intro 00:02:02 - Helping Lightning Startups with In Wolf's Clothing 00:02:48 - Introducing Chase Perkins 00:03:32 - Using Cryptographic Digital Protocols against Marxism 00:07:25 - Hoppe's Definition of Communism, Capitalism, and Socialism 00:10:01 - Marxist Roots of Central Banking 00:12:45 - Aggression Against Private Property 00:14:48 - Marxism Among Young People 00:16:45 - Marxism as a Justification for Conquest 00:19:42 - Brutal Irony of Karl Marx 00:21:50 - Worldview and Irrationality of Marxism 00:23:55 - Disregarding the Individualism 00:27:01 - Moral Justification for Conquest 00:32:32 - How Bitcoin Reduces Violence 00:34:53 - Run Your Business from Anywhere with NetSuite 00:35:58 - Secure Your Bitcoin Stash with the iCoin Hardware Wallet 00:36:54 - Protecting Minority from Majority 00:41:10 - Tyrrany of Democracy 00:46:16 - Importance of Decentralized Governance 00:50:20 - Justifying the Violence 00:53:35 - Linguistic Propagation of Narratives 00:59:00 - Why Preservation of Private Property is Morality Superior 01:03:03 - Marxist Propaganda 01:09:34 - Using Policies to Enforce New Laws 01:12:26 - Asking Questions and Seeking Answers 01:14:39 - Enhance Your Brain Power with Mind Lab Pro 01:15:45 - Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth 01:16:47 - A Bitcoin Wallet with Privacy Built-In: Wasabi Wallet 01:17:39 - The Right to Say No 01:24:52 - Recognition of Individual Rights 01:27:01 - Cherry Picking of Data to Support False Narratives 01:29:48 - How to Empower Individual Sovereignty 01:34:02 - Emphasising Privacy of Data 01:37:39 - Bitcoin is the Absolute Right 01:39:54 - Designing a Decentralized Sound System 01:45:26 - The Value of Consent 01:47:35 - Where to Find Alex on the Internet 01:48:01 - Quick Introduction to Impervious// PODCAST // Podcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYI// SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Bitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7 Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedlove// WRITTEN WORK // Medium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/// SOCIAL // Breedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22All My Current Work: https://vida.page/breedlove22
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Believers Voice of Victory Audio Broadcast for Friday 11/17/2023. Say NO to unbelief! Watch Believer's Voice of Victory as Kenneth Copeland encourages you to have faith to receive your healing. Jesus is your Healer—learn to put an end to fear and doubt by only believing!
Does this doctor have the health secret you've been looking for? Does people-pleasing really make you sick?Dr. Neha Sangwan is an internal medicine physician, bestselling author, and accomplished researcher.Today, Mel sits down with Dr. Sangwan to learn the truth about people-pleasing. Topics discussed include:People-pleasing: What it is.Are you a “yes” person?The difference between “going with the flow” and people pleasing.Why avoiding conflict makes you a people-pleaser.What your “childhood blueprint” is and how it shapes adulthood.People pleasing and the link to illness.What your parents did or said to turn you into a people-pleaser.Why people-pleasing is a coping mechanism.Why you can't deal with other people's discomfort.How to trace your people pleasing back to a single moment in time.Why being stressed, irritated, and tired is a sign that you are a people-pleaser.Why being a control freak may be a sign of people pleasing.How to unlearn people pleasing.How every conflict in your life traces back to childhood trauma.What happens, from a medical perspective, when you have an unresolved conflict?The secret reason you're an overachiever.How to stop your people-pleasing behavior at work and set better boundaries.What it really means when you resent the people you love.Why people-pleasing is a “protection tool” you learn to use in childhood.The link between chronic worry and people pleasing.The simple 3-part framework Dr. Sangwan uses to say “no” when you mean "no".How 80% of all illnesses are caused by stress.The 5 questions you should ask yourself to understand what your body is really trying to signal to you. You can purchase Dr. Sangwan's book, ‘TalkRx: Five Steps to Honest Conversations That Create Connection, Health, and Happiness', here: https://a.co/d/iaVNwiL Download a FREE audio chapter from ‘TalkRx: Five Steps to Honest Conversations That Create Connection, Health, and Happiness', here: intuitiveintelligenceinc.com/mel Follow Dr. Sangwan:Instagram: instagram.com/doctornehaWebpage: intuitiveintelligenceinc.com Watch the episodes on YouTube: https://bit.ly/45OWCNrCheck out my book, The High 5 Habit: https://a.co/d/g1DQ8Pt Follow me:Instagram: https://bit.ly/3QfG8bbThe Mel Robbins Podcast Instagram: https://bit.ly/49bg4GPLinkedIn: https://bit.ly/46Mh0QBTikTok: https://bit.ly/46Kpw2vSign up for my newsletter: https://bit.ly/46PVnPs Want more resources? Go to my podcast page at melrobbins.com/podcast.Disclaimer
This is a special rebroadcast episode outside of J.T. the L.A. Storyteller Podcast’s regular schedule. On Wednesday, November 15th, Jewish Voices for Peace and the L.A. Chapter of If Not Now gathered in Hollywood for a rally and march demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The event was attended by over 1,000 people of variousContinue reading JEWS IN L.A. SAY NO TO GENOCIDE →
The Conservative Crusader — 11/15/2023 [E243] ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Need a logo, voiceover, or any other odd or end? Find what you're looking for on FIVERR. Click here to support TCC while doing it! https://bit.ly/gopjoshfiverr (ad) ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ The Conservative Crusader is 17-year-old GOP Josh's radio show. Josh's unfiltered, uncensored, and unapologetic view of Ohio & US politics makes his show the top Ohio Political Podcast in the world. Listen Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 8:00PM wherever you get your podcasts, or at GOPJosh.com. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Josh's Notes and Sourced Stories ‘No detail too small': How the U.S. and China planned President Xi's visit - NBC News House passes a stopgap bill to avert a government shutdown - NBC News Trump Advisers Urging Him to Demand Ronna McDaniel Resign - Mediaite ‘I'm Sure She's A Nice Lady': RNC Scrambles To Defense Of Ronna McDaniel After Viral Vivek Call-Out - Daily Caller Nikki Haley proposes requiring social media users to verify their identities over 'national security' concerns - New York Post New Hampshire holds to tradition, thumbs its nose at President Biden - Fox News Pumping the brakes: Ohio House Speaker dismisses effort to limit court jurisdiction on Issue 1 - Ohio Capital Journal ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Follow me on Twitter! http://twitter.com/gopjosh20 Join our Patreon! http://patreon.com/gopjosh Join our Discord for FREE! https://discord.gg/zde5y6saUn ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Call or Text the GOP Josh voicemail, just dial 57-GOPJOSH-7 (574-675-6747) ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theconservativecrusader/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theconservativecrusader/support
You can leave a job any time you want, for any reason that you want. But if you feel like you need a reason, this episode can help. I walk you through 5 signs it's time to make a move in your career, and they range from very subtle and easy to miss, to to huge red flashing neon warnings that it's time to make a change NOW. Plus, why JOY is one of the most important yet overlooked factors in career planning. FREE TRAINING - How to Get Job Offers Faster! In this training, you will learn how to drastically reduce the time it takes for you to receive job offers, without getting another degree, certification, or signing up for a bootcamp. Register now and see you on Tuesday, November 21st at 7 PM ET! Referenced Episodes: 63. Increasing Your 9-5 Salary with Carla Santamaria 110. How to Manage Work Stress and Say No to Your Boss ft. Carla Santamaria Resources and Links Download Now - FREE Leverage LinkedIn Training Download your FREE Resume Guide and Template Follow @CarlaTheFirstGenCoach on Instagram Learn more: https://thefirstgencoach.com/welcome --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thefirstgencoach/support
Understand these three realities and you will be on your way to making an impact in the church. 1 Corinthians 12:27-31Speaker: Paul SheldonWebsite: gracefellow.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/GraceFellowshipDixon
As soon as Ashley said, "I'm in a relationship with boundaries," I was all in! Boundaries are dynamic, unique, self-reflective and a continual process. Take a listen to my friend, Ashley Breland, as she walks us through a path of insight regarding ways to integrate boundaries in our lives. Ashley Breland @ashley_theboundarytherapist supports people to stand within their own power. Through collaborative conversations, folks are able to become better acquainted with the knowledge and skills of their own lives that are relevant to the concerns, predicaments, and problems at hand. Ashley's social media presence is dedicated to the topic of boundaries. How, when using intentional and value-centered boundaries, folks can move into a deeper, stronger relationship with themselves, the people they love, and the things they actually want to do. RESOURCES Dr. Amy's Newsletter Learning Collaborative - The ConnectED Collab Invitation Dr. Amy Youtube FREE DOWNLOADS Top 10 Guiding Principles When Working with Children & Families Start Creating Boundaries Handout & Script Finding Calm to Prevent Overwhelm Don't Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram For more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com
Steve sits down with Greenhouse Coach Rebecca Lee this week to talk all things boundaries: how to prioritize, how to say no, and how to make space for what really matters to you. Timestamps: (00:00:00) The Career Sweetspot Challenge (00:12:20) Introducing Greenhouse Coach Rebecca Lee (00:20:41) Boundaries + Learning How to Say No (00:43:03) Categories of Boundaries Resources: + Check out all of our new coaching topics! + Download our *free* Career Transition Planner. Contact Greenhouse Coaching: + Head to the Connect page of our website to inquire about Individual Coaching, Team Coaching, Workshops, and more! + Follow us on Instagram and send us a DM + Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening, and cheers to figuring out what's next!
Hey, stepmom! You're allowed to say no to the ex! And in today's episode, I'm giving you 3 clear ways to do that, with sample scripts! You are completely entitled to your own boundaries and needs, and I want to empower you to use your voice to take back control from the ex.Ready to learn how to start setting boundaries, stepmom? Grab my FREE GUIDE Basics of a Boundary: https://stepmomming.com/boundaries-basics-guide/Let's work together: https://stepmomming.com/quick-links/Join our FREE support group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stepmommingainteasyCraving CONTROL, stepmom? Join our life-changing signature program, Control Freak Collective, before it goes away on November 19th! https://stepmomming.thrivecart.com/control-freak-collective-lite-b/
Do you do things because you feel pressured by society, family, or friends? Do you feel like you have to hide your true self from some people? What if you could just be yourself at all times? In this episode, Danny and Randy discuss how to live authentically.Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel! Thanks for listening! Do you have a question you'd like us to answer in a future episode? If so, send your question to: email@example.com
Why is The Wall Street Journal publishing a demand from Israeli politicians that America take the Gazans off their hands? That's what Charlie wants to know today as he reacts to one of the most appalling op-eds in living memory. Charlie explains why caring for Gazan refugees should be the concern of Arab and Muslim countries, and is not the slightest responsibility of America or the West. Then, he explores the toxic ideological currents that cause the world to treat America as Earth's landfill.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Podcast Episode is about Clearing The Money Block: Why You Say No To Investing Your Money That's Blocking You From Receiving More Money, Prosperity, Wealth, & Abundance in your life & business - Make More Money As A Soul-led Entrepreneur #moneyenergyhealer #energyhealingpodcast #energeticmoneycoach #moneyenergetics #businessenergetics #businessbydivine #wealthywoman #moneypodcasts #feminineenergy #moneyenergy ✨For Ways To Work With Together Visit https://www.highvibeteaching.com/work-with-bre-1-1 ✨Learn More About Money Block Energy Healing With My FREE Guidebook: https://www.highvibeteaching.com/energy-healing-guidebook ▽LET'S CONNECT▽ ▶︎Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ▶︎Website: www.highvibeteaching.com ▶︎Instagram: Brethompsonxo This Podcast Episode is about Clearing The Money Block: Why You Say No To Investing Your Money That's Blocking You From Receiving More Money, Prosperity, Wealth, & Abundance in your life & business #moneyenergyhealer #energyhealingpodcast #energeticmoneycoach #moneyenergetics #businessenergetics #businessbydivine #wealthywoman #moneypodcasts #feminineenergy #moneyenergy
Host Alex Pierson speaks with Harel Oren and Ilan Cohen, two Israeli men, who with five other men all residents of Kibbutz Reim, attacked by dozens of Hamas terrorists on October 7, fought off the terrorists. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To hear the rest of the discussion, please join us on Patreon at - https://www.patreon.com/posts/patreon-craig-92682755 A panel of Jewish activists against genocide join the show followed by leading human rights and UN Official Craig Mokhiber who resigned over the institution's failure of Palestinian people. Rosalind P. Petchesky is a political scientist and member of Jewish Voice For Peace, who was arrested protesting outside of Chuck Schumer's house last month. Jay Saper is an artist, translator, educator, organizer and member of Jewish Voice for Peace. Brant Rosen is a reconstructionist rabbi of Tzedek Chicago, an anti-Zionist synagogue he founded in August 2015 and co-chair of the Jewish Voice for Peace Rabbinical Council. Craig Mokhiber is a longtime international human rights lawyer who served as director of the New York Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. He has resigned after publicly accusing the U.N. of failing to address what he calls a "text-book case of genocide" unfolding in Gaza. His resignation letter has gone viral. ***Please support The Katie Halper Show *** For bonus content, exclusive interviews, to support independent media & to help make this program possible, please join us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/thekatiehalpershow Get your Katie Halper Show Merch here! https://katiehalper.myspreadshop.com/all Follow Katie on Twitter: @kthalps
Tis the season for food pushing. Let's strategize some ways on how to say no without guilt.Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyJoin the Real WW Talk 3rd Annual Holiday Hustle Stepbet! Download the StepBet app, and use the gamecode RWWT to join! Begins November 19th and ends December 23rd, so you have one week to warm up (Thanksgiving week), and then you're done right before Christmas! https://step.bet/1rsY2fmamEbSupport the show
For some people, having more control over their career includes having the financial freedom to leave their job. WSJ's Jessica Chou joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss how she saved enough for a “walk-away fund.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I'm so excited to share this live podcast with you that Trent Shelton & I recorded at the empowerHER LIVE event because it's going to REALLY help you into your power and your purpose & honestly…. You're also going to laugh really damn hard because you see a TOTALLY different side of Trent here. We dive into how to know when it's the right time to pivot, ways to get through tough seasons, and how to set up standards and principles to protect your peace and share a few very funny moments you'll love! There is something for everyone in this episode! If you love it make sure to tag Trent and I on instagram so we can thank you for listening & if you want to check out the video version head on over to YouTube! I think you're going to LOVE this one! HIGHLIGHTS00:30 How do you know when it's the right time to pivot?02:30 Ways to determine what is in alignment and what to say yes to.04:45 Tips for getting through tough seasons.11:15 How to work past the fear of being seen as a beginner.15:30 How to build confidence to show up as yourself on stage, at events, and online.18:00 What is it costing you to not live in your purpose?&& as mentioned in this episode: We officially launched on YOUTUBE! Not only will every Thursday episode of empowerHER Live be on YouTube, but lots of juicy BONUS content will also be added each week! You can subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRkhFeoRdMvZqfG0IKaBdg Being a subscriber + sharing an episode of this podcast each week on Instagram stories will also enter you into our WEEKLY YOUTUBE GIVEAWAY to win $100 gift-card as a thank you for all of your support! Can't wait for you to see all the fun stuff coming! & also! If you want to connect outside the podcast: & also as mentioned in today's episode- come jump on my free pump up text message from me straight to your phone: Text the word “START” to (512) 548-2728 & you'll get added on! Kacia Ghetmiri: @kacia.ghetmiri | @empowerher.podcastWatch on YouTube: EmpowerHER PodcastTrent Shelton: @trentshelton
Welcome to Living The Life We Love Podcast! Each week Kyle and Brandie sit down and talk about different areas of their life. On today's episode, we talk about saying no to things you don't want to do this holiday season. How to make yourself and family a priority and how to turn down the things that aren't. Thank you for listening and please remember to Rate (we'd love your 5 stars), Review, Subscribe (you will be notified when a new episode drops), & Share with your friends and family!
Why should we say “no”? What is the importance of being able to do so? And can the ancient philosophy of cynicism help us with our modern ills? Today we'll look at one of the most controversial philosophers from the classical world - Diogenes the Dog - and how his example can be good for us...?Today's Classical Wisdom Speaks Podcast is with M. D. Usher is the Lyman-Roberts Professor of Classical Languages and Literature and a member of the Department of Geography and Geosciences at the University of Vermont. Mark has recently published a book with PUP called, “How to Say No: An Ancient Guide to the Art of Cynicism ”, of which we'll be speaking about today. You can find "How to Say No: An Ancient Guide to the Art of Cynicism" here.This podcast was brought to you by Classical Wisdom, a site dedicated to bringing ancient wisdom to modern minds. You can sign up for our free newsletter and bring the classics to your inbox here: https://classicalwisdom.substack.com/
Missy Elliott makes history as the first female rapper inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Marcus Jordan wants dad Michael Jordan to do what?! United Airlines is making a big change. Plus; Booze News, Sex Position of the Day, Five Things, new music from Harper & Todd, and a lot more! [EP176]
How to Say "No" and Set Boundaries in the Workplace with Jenn Glabicky of Fidel API: Boundaries. It can be hard to set them as a people pleaser, especially when you're secretly crippled with the fear of letting others down. But you know what's worse than letting other people down? Experiencing the stress and overwhelm that comes with letting yourself down. Learning how to say “no” with warmth is a superpower that helps us protect our time, energy and resources so we can give it to the people and opportunities that matter the most. In this episode, Jenn Glabicky from Fidel API, teaches us how to be approachable, warm and inviting even when we say “no”. Without further wait, let's get into it. WHAT WE DISCUSS: [1:16] - Who is Jenn Glabicky? [2:05] - Jenn's journey as a recovering people pleaser [6:23] - How to set boundaries early in your career [20:20] - The art of being a leader that inspires openness [26:44] - Transformative experiences that shaped Jenn's current communication style [30:17] - An influential communicator Jenn looks up to today NOTABLE QUOTES: [10:43] - “By actually setting boundaries with other people, it will tell a positive story about who you are versus just saying yes.” - Jenn Glabicky [27:13] - “I've always been brought up with the golden rule: treat others the way I would hope to be treated.” - Jenn Glabicky USEFUL RESOURCES & LINKS: Fidel API website: https://fidelapi.com/ Connect with Jenn on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jglabicky Ravi Rajani's Website & Podcast: https://www.theravirajani.com/podcast Connect with Ravi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravirajani/ ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: [FREE SCRIPT] Discover how to craft a magnetic 45-second elevator story: https://www.theravirajani.com/yourelevatorstory Hire Ravi for a keynote or storyselling workshop for your sales team: https://www.theravirajani.com/speaking Join The Influential Communicator Newsletter: https://theinfluentialcommunicator.ck.page/newsletter
Are you the "yes girl?" Are you spread too thin, exhausted, and finding it hard to set and keep boundaries? In this must-listen episode of “Lisa Unfiltered,” she offers practical wisdom on how to graciously say "no" – beginning with one very important first step. Learn Lisa's personal approach to filtering "no's" and "yes's" through a three-part system and find out how you can adopt a similar approach. By the end of this episode, you'll not only have rich insights on how to set boundaries, but also practical tools to put them into practice (like Lisa's “value calendar” and more)! Links Coaching LW Shop God Knows Your Dreams Guide + Value Calendar Connect with Lisa Website Lisa Whittle - Instagram Lisa Whittle - Facebook Jesus Over Everything - Instagram
Howie Kurtz on the House passing Israel-only aid setting up Senate showdown, Trump's sons testifying in New York fraud trial and Sam Bankman-Fried being found guilty of multiple counts of fraud. Follow Howie on Twitter: @HowardKurtz For more #MediaBuzz click here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Thursday November 2, 2023 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices