Jay Henehan, Host of How To Kill A Sacred Cow links up for a swapcast about Spirituality, Tartaria and the current state of our reality. Part 2 is a Swapcast with Alex Stein, Host of The Conspiracy Castle where we joked around and I blew his mind with some amazing synchronicities.Support Jay++HTKASC LINKS++++APPLE PODCASTS: http://bit.ly/HowToKillASacredCowPodcast ++WEBSITE: www.howtokillasacredcow.com ++INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/jayhenehan/ ++ISTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/howtokillasacredcow/ Jay on Alt Media United Support Alex Stein Please Help a Pimp Grow and Join the us on PatreonThe Castle is now on Rokfin - Uncensored and Unchained - Follow, Like, and SubscribeLeave me a message at https://podinbox.com/MFTIC:For Exclusive My Family Thinks I'm Crazy Content:Sign up on our Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.or on Rokfin@MFTICPodcast on Twitter@myfamilythinksimcrazy on Instagram, Follow, Subscribe, Rate, and Review we appreciate you!https://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comIntro Song by Destiny Lab Intro background music Music: Too Much SunlightBy Sam BarshInterludeMusic: Grimey A River by Sam BarshSegwayMusic: Big Dipper StyleBy Sam Barsh Released under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This episode of the Networking Rx Minute with Frank Agin (http://frankagin.com) quotes success coach and author Laura DiBenedetto about the only way you can take on the issues in your life. Frank is associated with AmSpirit Business Connections (www.amspirit.com), an organization committed to empowering business success through networking. For more information on its franchise opportunity, contact Frank Agin at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.
Robin Sharma makes his return on the show to share the powerful lesson we can all learn from sharing the story of Oseola McCarthy. Watch his talk here. Connect with Robin Sharma: Website: https://www.robinsharma.com Instagram: robinsharma (https://www.instagram.com/robinsharma/) YouTube: Robin Sharma (https://www.youtube.com/user/sharmaleadership) Book: The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life Hosted by Malikee Josephs (Pronounced Muh leek Jo seffs) Follow The Show On Instagram @DepressionDetoxShow.
Many people view vulnerability as a sign of weakness. After all, when you're vulnerable you put yourself in a position where you could be hurt.So in an effort to prevent others from hurting you, you put up protective armor to stay safe. And while that protective armor may spare you from some emotional injuries, it will also prevent you from enjoying a lot of good things in life. Our protective armor often comes in the form of rules we've established for ourselves. Quite often, though, we don't even recognize our rules because we've grown so accustomed to living by them.Asking yourself a few key questions, however, can help you uncover those rules you've established in your life. I guarantee you have a few. In today's Friday Fix, I share how to recognize your protective armor, why becoming more vulnerable is actually a strength, and steps you can take to practice being more vulnerable in a healthy way.
Join V. Lee Henson as we discuss this Agile/Not-So-Agile topic regarding the 7 pillars for self improvement: 1) Form Good Habits2) Set SMART Goals3) Activate a System4) Emotional Self Regulation5) Understand How Learning Works6) Discover Values & Meaning7) Internalize Thoughts & Beliefs
The #12 Key is Vision In Season 2 (Straight Outta Prison Podcast) James learned the power of “Writing the Vision” and a few weeks before he was set free, he had one for his future. James tells Haley in this episode that this is the greatest podcast he's ever recorded, and how excited he is to share his story with all of you! There were a few moments of raw emotion, from both James and Haley, and this Key fittingly wraps up Season 1 of Narrowing the Gap Podcast. Vision gives meaning to life. Without it, you die. People who have no Hope or Vision for the future die first on the inside.VISION WITHOUT ACTION IS MERELY A FANTASYACTION WITHOUT VISION IS SIMPLY THE PASSING OF TIMEVISION ACCOMPANIED BY ACTION WILL CHANGE THE WORLDPrayer: Father God, today, I come asking you to connect me to the source of your power, which only comes through the work of Jesus Christ on the cross. I believe that Jesus died for me, was buried, and on the third day you raised him to life. Lord Jesus, thank you for sacrificing your life and clearing the way to bring me to your Father. Today I give you my life. I give you my heart, and I ask you to transform me from the inside out. Today I proclaim that I am a Son or Daughter of the Living God, El Shaddai, the God who is more than enough. I surrender what I want, and I ask you to give me what you want for my life. Give me your desires in my heart. Lead me, in your timing, through the power of your Holy Spirit, to write your Vision for my life. Teach me what it means practically to be in a real relationship with you, and thank you for your good plan for my life. I ask all this in the name of your Son, Jesus. Amen.If you donʼt like ads, download the Patreon App, and look up Team Jones Media. Youʼll find many levels of subscriptions, but all levels have one feature: Youʼll get early access to all our Podcast Platforms, and they are completely free from ads.Please support our sponsors. They are helping us provide this platform for free: Brad Drake Heating & Air (205)613-5530https://www.braddrakeheatingandair.com/Alec Priola -NMLS# 1301247 email@example.com www.assurancemortgage.com/apriolaAssurance Financial - Equal Housing Lender NMLS# 70876Hobie Hobart(205)841-7485 https://www.myagenthobie.comIf youʼre interested in advertising with us head over to TeamJones.co and click the “Join Forces” button. We will get in touch and consider whether or not itʼs a good fit. Schedule us for your podcast, or become a guest with us on The 4RealReel or Narrowing The Gap. Contact us by going to head over to TeamJones.co and clicking the “Join Forces” button. #TeamJonesEffect #Change #Self-Help #Self-Improvement #Life Skills #Hope #Process #Vision #Help #Strategy #Acceptance #Identity #LifeBecome a Subscriber and support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast)
This episode we're talking SPACE. I realized that in our deepening journeys, we're not really looking to end challenges and discomfort, but rather, looking to create and build the way to hold ANY suffering in your life. The aliveness in life comes from both the positive and negative, informing and creating our ability to BE and feel it all. Space and the acts of being intentional about the space in your life, is what is big enough, it's the way we as humans can hold it all, and continue to thrive!This episode has ways to practice holding the space for yourself.Pete's Self kindness Coaching, click here or DM to connect with me about coachingI coach one-on-one, for either 3 or 6 months.Get ready, because we change your internal narrative intentionally from one that hurts to one that heals!What's also included : Connecting with other self kindness clients, accessing to the client portal loaded with resources to keep you going strong in your practice!!It's 1:1 coaching, with monthly group sessions, AND an online interface to with resources, worksheets, videos and more!click here or DM to connect with me about coaching@selfkindnesswithpetesign up for the email list at petesibley.com
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Casey Hasten, Director of Recruiting for We Are VIP, shares about her journey from accountant to recruiter, podcast host, and executive coach. Coming in December is her book, Awaken: Your Potential. Learn more at https://www.caseyhasten.com/awakenjournal/ For more great insight on professional relationships and business networking visit https://www.amspirit.com/blog/ or contact Frank Agin at email@example.com.
What if I wasn't worried about money? I go into the costs of this whole venture so far and what would I do if I wasn't concerned about money? I'm definitely thinking about what I might loose vs what's to gain. And I tease the idea of “keep who I can help in focus.” Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Mischa Z: 00:09 That was awesome. Timestamp 8 45 and 38 seconds PM. On this episode, my two topics are, what if I wasn't worried about money and keep who I can help in focus. It is time to up grade, not upgrade renew my yearly, excuse me. Oh my gosh. So rude. How rude is that? I apologize. podcast audience for my rude yawning. What if I wasn't worried about money? It's time for me to renew my yearly coaching program with Russell Brunson's 2CCX Two Comma Club X. I'm not sure where I ended up here. Um, all of a sudden the zoom went dead. So anyway, I was saying my internet died or I, gosh, I'm tired. It's only 8:48 PM and I'm exhausted. This whole entrepreneurial stuff is, uh, sure is a lot of work.Mischa Z: 02:51 And by the way, I'm with my $2,000 revenue. So I've got 998,000 to go the 2000. It's not quite 2000. Cause as I was saying, I had a couple of refunds due to somebody, um, purchasing three tickets on accident. And so of course I've invested some money into hiring a who to help me, um, build out the funnels. So definitely, uh, that along with, um, you know, the yearly coaching and with, uh, with, um, some tech, a bunch of monthly text subscriptions, G suite Vimeo, Bitly Canva, oh my gosh. The list, the list of them's awesome. I can't even keep track honestly. Um, you know, investing in our work logos, um,LLC'ing all the stuff. It's been a year of financial investment with no, no immediate reward. Usually my ventures there's cash flows sooner rather than later. Great thing about the mortgage business is I was very fortunate since I was good at it. Most of the companies funded in my marketing campaigns, but I never really had my own business. I did own well. That's subjective. No, uh, is subjective the right word.Mischa Z: 04:46 Um, the list, right? So, you know, that's, uh, you can bring your mortgage customer list around, but hard to sell it, perhaps the less you golly, I am sorry. Start a company, which I did try, but that all, that was a tough time. I, I think I did a podcast episode about that about if not, I'll do one anyway, I started a net branch, which I, it doesn't matter. Just know that it did not... Circumstances did not allow it to thrive and succeed. So I had some pivoting where the heck, what the heck was I talking about? Oh, so what if I, what if I wasn't worried about money? So it's time to re up and, um, I'm looking at another, you know, large financial outflow. It's probably why I'm yawning. Cause it's not exciting to talk about, but you know, Hemming and hawing and talking to source universe, whatever. And,Speaker 2: 05:58 And, uh, and, um, you know, the thought came to me, what would I do if I wasn't concerned about money? If I didn't care about the financial aspect of it, I'd probably just I'd have already renewed for next year. I'll be perfectly honest with you if I didn't have the limiting belief or the fear of, of finances, financial insecurity, right. So that can mean a few things. And I definitely think this is a worthy conversation. One is that, uh, you know, I invest the money and I have no financial return from that directly. And then it's perhaps could be perceived as a waste of money, shall we say? Um, but what if I didn't care? What if I was like, Hey, this is super fun. I'm learning a lot. It's awesome. Great. No financial validation comes as a reward or, or it's a losing proposition on a balance sheet. What If I didn't care. And I was like, yeah, it's an education. Heck with it, get paid to go to school. Or, and what if there was no direct correlation to further financial success? So I couldn't be like, oh yeah, I learned all this stuff. Although I didn't monetize directly, at least I could tie it to, oh, I got a job or this or that. Right.Speaker 2: 07:39 And then there's also the idea that, you know, it could very well being an investment that does monetize at some point. What would I do if I knew that the payoff was there? Would I do it? Heck yeah, I do it right. So these are interesting thoughts to contemplate. I'm definitely very clear in my head that I was like, oh, if I didn't care about money, honestly, like if I didn't care hacky, I do it. Cause it's kind of fun. It's stretching me learning a lot. So I was like, is that the tell to just do it right? Is that the tell or I don't know. I know it's interesting. So I'm contemplating it realistically. I probably will sign up again, but I'm definitely thinking, wondering, um, and, and this lack, it also is tied to this idea of lack, like looking at what... I interviewed this guy. I can't remember his name. Yes. I can. Francis Piche. Francis Piche.Mischa Z: 08:55 French dude, but he just, coincidentally, I interviewed him a couple of days ago. He said...Mischa Z: 09:02 You know, this, the whole idea of limiting belief of like, he was telling me a story about how he was worried about money. And so didn't make the decision to pivot and take a trip or invest in some class or something. I can't remember exactly what it was, but, um, it came back around 10 years later, the same scenario and he had some regrets by not doing it. And the same scenario came back to him and he found himself with the same reasons why not to do the thing. And he's like, oh my God, it hit me. Like, I was worried about what I was gonna lose, what I was gonna lose versus what I might gain. And, uh, as soon as I realized that I had signed on and I took the trip wherever it was. And of course the connections or the things that came of it were powerful and well-worth whatever financial investment he put into the trip. So I was like listening that I'm like, oh yeah, I'm definitely thinking about as far as the coaching is concerned, what I may lose versus what's to gain.Mischa Z: 10:24 And, um, so it's a sort of a lack, a lack mentality versus an abundance mentality, I think is how people might say that. Um, and then also like there's some other interesting things around it. Um, those are the main points. The other ones are sort of fleeting in my mind right now, but it's like this idea of sticking with it, you know, um, not wanting to look bad, not wanting to fail, you know, not... Seeing, I'm definitely seeing the, the downsides of things. Like I'll never come up with a product good enough to work, whether it's coaching, informational products, physical products, like I've got nothing that can work, but not just trusting that something might come of something might actually might drop, drop in and be like, here's this. Right? So, um, just fear of some just air and out some fears, I believe we would call that a little bit wound the wound versus scarred, but, um, heck with it, I say. Welcome to the journey. I am probably past trying to be cognizant of timing of, of, um, my episodes these days, for whatever reason. And so I believe I'm on or about the eight minute mark. So I will save, keep who I can help in focus, keep that in my mind's eye. That's definitely helping me with this decision as well. So I want to address that next step aside. Okay.Mischa Z: 12:30 So we've done. What if I wasn't worried about money and what if I wasn't worried about money? I would be all in on the gear number two of the coaching, because it's been awesome and amazing, and I've learned so much, but I do have fear financial fears.
James and Haley are getting real this week about the Power of a person's Story…They talk about how their transparency in The Straight Outta Prison Podcast has opened the floodgates for so many… The OPP Package… and more… Current Events, 9.11, Biden Leadership Disasters, and more…You'll laugh, you may even cry, but you will get the real deal about how Team Jones understands the power and the emotions connected with stories…Subscribe here: https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast If you donʼt like ads, download the Patreon App, and look up Team Jones Media. Youʼll find many levels of subscriptions, but all levels have one feature: Youʼll get early access to all our Podcast Platforms, and they are completely free from ads. Straight Outta Prison , The 4Real Reel, and Narrowing The Gap But thereʼs way more to it than that! Thereʼs a specialized feed for all subscribers…Or, head over to Team Jones.co/podcast and click the “Become a Patron” Button. Please support our sponsors. They are helping us provide this platform for free. Brad Drake Heating & Air(205)613-5530https://www.braddrakeheatingandair.com/Alec Priola -NMLS# email@example.com www.assurancemortgage.com/apriola Assurance Financial - Equal Housing Lender NMLS# 70876Hobie Hobart(205)841-7485https://www.myagenthobie.comIf youʼre interested in advertising with us head over to TeamJones.co and click the “Join Forces” button. We will get in touch and consider whether or not itʼs a good fit. Schedule us for your podcast, or become a guest with us on The 4RealReel or Narrowing The Gap. contact us by going to head over to TeamJones.co and clicking the “Join Forces” button. #TeamJonesEffect #Change #Self-Help #Self-Improvement #Life Skills #Hope #Process #Vision #Help #Strategy #Acceptance #Identity #LifeBecome a Subscriber and support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcast)
Today we are talking about simple and inexpensive ways to decorate your home while your children are young. Kids touch everything in the house, so one solution we've come up with is just having less things so it becomes so much easier to maintain what we have and keep it clean. If you wanna go clean and fresh, things like white towels, curtains, and blankets are great to keep things looking clean. When you think about your children being young, you need to ask yourself that when you're about to invest in something, and you want to have more children, is it breakable? If they were to ruin it, would you be heartbroken? Would there be an alternative that still looks as good that won't hurt the child or you?Liking things to look fresh and clean 3:23Painting the kids' room 8:44Invest in a good bed 11:32Getting white cushions sparkling clean 14:37Going colorless 20:38Invest in storage 23:01“I like things to be fresh and clean looking, which when you have children that's a very hard look to pull off, but the two things are to have less of things so there are less things for the kids to damage or mess up that belong to you, because kids touch everything. If you have cushions, blankets, and vases, or lamps, they just touch everything.” 3:29https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/https://www.theirishmummy.com
This episode of the Networking Rx Minute (with Frank Agin (http://frankagin.com)) provides insight on how to avoid being a nuisance to those with whom you'd like to connect with. Frank is associated with AmSpirit Business Connections (www.amspirit.com), an organization committed to empowering business success through networking. For more information on its franchise opportunity, contact Frank Agin at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.
In this episode, we listen in as Alan Watts explains the true meaning of freedom.Go to https://7goodminutes.com/podcast/freedom for full show notes.Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share it with a friend or two!
Are you codependent? Michaela explores the relationship between empaths and codependency. She deep dives with her unique take on how highly sensitive people deal with altering their behavior to fit the needs of others. Micheala discusses how empaths can learn to successfully live with their codependent tendencies and lessen their chances of being manipulated by them instead. Michaela and Scott discuss how it's impossible to conduct small talk these days after entering a more 5d world of conversation! Mystic Michaela Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysticmichaela Mystic Michaela Website: https://www.mysticmichaela.com Mystic Michaela Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2093029197406168 Mystic Michaela Podcast Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-your-aura-with-mystic-michaela/id1477126939 Mystic Michaela Bonus Episode - Every Aura Color Explained: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-every-aura-color-explained/id1477126939?i=1000479357880 Get $10 cashback on your first transaction of $20 or more when using Paypal or Venmo app at your local CVS! https://www.paypal.com/kya Find out how you can lower your monthly payments today at https://www.upstart.com/kya Get 20% off your first order at https://www.sakara.com/kya Get 30 days free at https://www.dipseastories.com/kya More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
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In this Love Nugget:Nationally Certified Life and Relationship Coach, Tyrone Dixon discusses the most important technique he learned over the past few years.The benefit in taking full responsibility for your actions.How taking responsibility for your emotions can lead to greater control over your entire life. Email your questions to TQLP20@gmail.comUse Code KingDixon1 for $10 off any Humble Fit Lifestyle purchase at https://www.etsy.com/shop/SairronHumbleFit?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1030625872
Whether you're in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or beyond, many of us have gotten to a point in our life where we realized that something needed to change. Award-winning entrepreneur, Transformational Coach, CEO of The ReLaunch Co., Hilary DeCesare knows this all too well. After a divorce and losing her mother, she knew she needed an overhaul. She's now made it her commitment to help women fire up possibilities mid-life, taking a time most try to bypass and instead turn it into a time to focus on inspiring business ventures, have clarity in relationships, and instill how YOU are ultimately the creator of your purpose aligned lifestyle and the life you live. Hilary is talking to us this week all about relaunches. She's going to share her secrets on when to know it's time for a relaunch, and how to understand the true value of your relaunches so you are acting with intention to design the second act you dreamed of. If you've ever dreamed of making a change, this episode is for you. Stay connected with Hilary: Visit her website Take her 7 Day Unstuck Challenge Listen to her podcast, The Silver Lined Relaunch If you enjoyed this week's episode, I'd so appreciate you doing a few things for me: Please subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. Tag me @niclaino on your IG stories with a story of you listening to the podcast and I'll make sure to share your post! Interested in learning more about working with me? Click here to learn more about how we can work together. Want to be in the know whenever I've got new content, freebies, and classes? Sign up for my email list.
Ep. 61: Cornell track and field shaped this entrepreneur. Lokai's brand of beaded bracelets has become a phenomenon sold in 5,000 locations in 170 countries. The bracelets each contain a droplet of mud from the Dead Sea and water from Mount Everest to represent the highs and lows of earth and of life. Steven paid his dues going “door-to-door” around New York City, trying to get stores to display his bracelets, and was rejected 95 percent of the time. Eventually, his hard work (and his discovery by celebrities like Justin Bieber, Cam Newton, and Blake Lively) helped the company turn the corner… and they haven't looked back since. Six years later, he founded his second company Elements, which produces functional wellness drinks formulated to consistently balance the body's stress levels. Listeners are sure to enjoy his descriptions of getting his businesses off the ground as well as the differences and similarities of being a founder versus a CEO, including why the numbers count… but aren't everything, and baking social responsibility into your bottom line. Steven offers a distinctive blend of unwavering confidence and hard-won humility that is sure to inspire and awaken your own creative juices. And one thing's for sure: you'll never look at a baton handoff in a track relay the same way again. Visit https://donyaeger.com/corporate-competitor-podcast/episode-61/ for a free gift and today's show notes!
A short reading today in “A Course In Miracles”. Which is like a day off - A national holiday! But it is still super juicy nonetheless. My willingness to practice what is presented to me determines my level of success. In this case it's forgiveness and freedom of the mind.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Get A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sACheck out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic, you can literally take it anywhere on the fly https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Mischa Z: 00:03 A course in miracles, chapter 30, the new beginning introduction, anybody who's been listening to the podcast for a bit knows that I am a big, big, super big fan, super duper big fan of A Course In Miracles. A C I M for short, a C I M. And so I am currently reading a course in miracles, combined, combined volume. That's composed of the preface, the text, the workbook for students, the manual for teachers, the clarifications of terms and the supplements. I did the workbook for students, which was amazing. And I'll do it again, but it's basically 365 exercises one a day for a year and are some highly recommended, thumbs up, go get a course in miracles. Don't think, go get we'll find, think about it, but I would just say, go get it and start on that ASAP. So one of the things about a course in miracles is as I'm reading through the text, the text portion I can read the text portion is composed of chapters, and then each chapter has multiple sections.Mischa Z: 01:42 So I try to read a section a day in the morning and it can take anywhere from a half an hour to an hour usually. And it's anywhere from two to four pages, super deep, super heavy, super weighty, like dence. The word I'm thinking of. It's very dense, dense content and does a great job of connecting me spiritually and just, you know, setting the tone for the day and getting the may thinking about, you know, the, the, the things bigger than myself. Um, get me out of my selfishness, um, stuff like that. And it's really cool. I need it in my life. I came to a point in my life where I need that to, to connect with something bigger than myself every day, preferably first thing in the morning, usually with some prayer and meditation, and then I dive into the course in miracles and every now and then the section will be five or six pages.Mischa Z: 03:02 It's like, oh my God, what an order. I can't go through it through it. What a daunting prospect. And um, every now and then I will get a very short day. Today's a short day, chapter 30, The New Beginning. So it's, the very beginning of chapter 30. And there's always an introduction at the beginning of each, at the beginning of each chapter. And the introduction is usually a page or less. This introduction is simply a long paragraph. So this morning I was like, oh my God, the introduction, because I just read the introduction one day. And then I start on the section one, the next day, section two, the next day you get it. And that's how I've been doing it through the whole, the whole text portion. And I'm on page 625 of the text. So this isn't just like a new rule I made up this morning. No, it's been a rule. And in place, it's like a, it's like a national holiday. That's what introduction day is. It's like a national holiday. And if you've made it this far in this episode, which I really hope you have, I wanted to read the introduction because the introduction is, JUCIY, here we go.Mischa Z: 04:28 "The new beginning now becomes the focus of the curriculum. The goal is clear, but now you need specific methods for attaining it. The speed by which it can be reached, depends on this one thing alone, your willingness to practice every step, each one with a little help. Every time it is attempted and together will these steps lead you from dreams of judgment, to forgiving dreams and out of pain and fear. They are now not new to you, but they are more ideas than rules of thought to you as yet. So now we need to practice them a while until they are the rules by which you live. We seek to make them habits now. So you will have them ready for whatever you need." And what a great day off.Mischa Z: 05:46 I very much liked the sentence, "The speed by which it can be reached, depends on this one thing alone, your willingness to practice every step". And I just, I like that. I, I find that so many things in life, it's like, here's the steps to success, whatever that means, you know, here's your steps to completing this task. Here's your steps to achieving this goal, whatever, do the steps you'll get the result. And I love how that is what it's telling me right there. Like, Hey, guess what? The freedom that you seek is there for you depending on my willingness to practice every step. And then I also loved that the sentence paragraph one sentence five, “And together will these steps lead you from dreams of judgment, to forgiving dreams and out of pain and fear”. And my guess is many people who listened to this will go that's who ha that's silliness. Like I don't want to be out of my, for my dreams of judgment to forgiving dreams, but I do. I do, as I record this right now in this moment, Mischa wants that. I want to be led from dreams of judgment. I want to be led to forgiving dreams and out of pain and fear. And I believe that that is a worthy goal to achieve.Mischa Z: 07:29 Um, what else can I say in that regard? Uh, do I need to talk any more about this? Um, do do do now. I need to practice them awhile. Oh, so the very last sentence, “We seek to make them habits. Now you, so you will have them ready for whatever you need, for whatever, for whatever need, you will have them ready for whatever need. And I love the, "for whatever need". It's pretty broad. That leaves a lot of space for application of said steps. Um, oh my gosh. I am so excited for the, for the further rest. Oh man. I can't even believe I've made it to page six hundred and twenty five, three pages a day. One section a day. Ah, life is good. I do very much love and enjoy the "A Course In Miracles". I would encourage anybody to get it. Have a great day.
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This episode of the Networking Rx Minute with Frank Agin (http://frankagin.com) shares a Malay saying to encourage you to keep after your lofty goals, as they are not achieved overnight. Frank is associated with AmSpirit Business Connections (www.amspirit.com), an organization committed to empowering business success through networking. For more information on its franchise opportunity, contact Frank Agin at email@example.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.
Don't miss our first-ever Community Chat with Dr. Teri Mahaney, PhD! She is a brain and performance expert with decades of experience who developed a proven method for helping her clients identify and eliminate their unproductive theta brain messages. In this follow-up episode, Deb and Nia share the impressive results of their experience using Dr. Teri's Change Your Mind (SuperSleep) method. And Dr. Teri helps two of Real Talk's listeners (Bronwyn and Julie) identify the possible origins of their own unconscious messages and recommends a personalized protocol for neutralizing them. This engaging conversation adds perspective to the information shared previously and is a must-listen episode for anyone interested in breaking through their own limiting beliefs and baseless stories! (Part 1 of 2) Previous "Theta Brain" Mini-Series Episodes with Dr. Teri Mahaney:Part 1: Change Your Mind: Meet Your Theta Brain (Listen to Episode: Season 2/Episode 4)Part 2: Change Your Mind: Our Relationship Messages` (Listen to Episode: Season 2/Episode 5)Part 3: Change Your Mind: Sleep for Empowerment & Success (Listen to Episode: Season 2/Episode 6)Part 4: Change Your Mind: Enhance Your Spirituality (Listen to Episode: Season 2/Episode 7)
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Hey guys - we overcome by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of our testimony, so here's the story of how God redeemed my life before I was even born! We as followers of Jesus all have a story of how God redeemed our lives. We are adopted in His family. Sometimes we get caught up in the lies of who we used to be, so we have to hold onto the truth that He says: We are not an accident. He has chosen us and loves us. We do not have to earn His love. Nothing can separate us from His love. May my story encourage you!
If you're like me, you know exactly where you were and what you were doing on the tragic day of September 11, 2001. As I was reflecting on the sacrifice and powerful unity of that time - I decided to revisit my episode on gratitude. So, this week, I am bringing back the gratitude episode, and inviting you to think about how you can practice gratitude in your life on a deeper level - starting today. Let's dive in! I dive into: [4:30] How gratitude can provide good health benefits in your life [6:10] Why it is so IMPORTANT to develop a practice of gratitude [8:05] Getting reacquainted with the power of gratitude through my private coaching practice [9:20] The correlation between happiness, fulfillment, and practicing gratitude [12:00] What gratitude really is and getting to its essence [13:30] Why some find it difficult to be grateful and the conditioned beliefs around what we are grateful for [16:15] How you can nurture gratitude in your life [19:25] A Yiddish story of gratitude and how it can shift your mindset around stressful times [23:40] 4 of MY FAVORITE TIPS to developing a gratitude practice for your life [24:30] A game-changer in the game of gratitude that you may be neglecting [25:35] How you can start acknowledging the people you are grateful for in your life TODAY [28:00] ONE practical thing you can do every day to visualize and reflect on the things you are grateful for [29:40] A SIMPLE way to remind yourself of daily gratefulness [34:30] Some things I am grateful for in my life and a call to recognize the things you are grateful for in yours! Join the Women Leading Powerfully - Leadership Lab We hear from women everywhere a deep craving for more. More fulfillment in their career, more desire to have a clear vision for their future, more readiness to take charge of their leadership and grow personally and professionally. Visit our website at www.womenleadingpowerfully.com and apply now for a seat in one of our upcoming cohorts. In this season of unknowns, the Leadership Lab offers women the opportunity to get certain. You will make choices and increase your impact in more meaningful ways than ever before. Here is what you will walk away with after 12 weeks of group coaching: -Clarity and Confidence around what YOU really want -Awareness of what gets in your way -A vision statement for you as a leader -Tools for taking action that gets you from where you are to where you want to be -An easy way to measure your progress and get unstuck as you move forward So, if you are looking to build life-long connections and be in a community of like-minded women that have the same goals, then reach out to Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary coaching call to see if the Leadership Lab is the next step in your personal and professional journey! _____________________ Love the show? Let us know! Do you love the Lead Your Life podcast? If the insights, interviews and real conversations we share in each episode help you step into your power, and have more confidence to “lead your life, so you can love your life”, then please head over to Lead Your Life on Apple Podcasts and subscribe to the show. If you leave us a review, you might win one of our monthly prizes! Join the Women Leading Powerfully Community! Would you like to join a community of high-achieving women that are supporting each other to play a bigger game, have a bigger impact, and live a more fulfilled life? Join us in the Women Leading Powerfully Facebook Group. This free, private community is for strong, supportive, determined, badass women who are leading their lives at home and in the workplace. If you're ready to take your life and your business to the next level, join us in this exclusive and amazing community of women today!
I explain the thinking behind some of my best tweets: starting with the product v. distribution debate. Check out the tweets here:First v second time founders: tweet 1Motivation in startups: tweet 2Psychedelics meme: tweet 3Real and fake friends: tweet 4 Watch this episode in 4K! It's so much more fun: YouTube link.
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What are the sacrifices that we do either consciously or subconsciously where if we didn't have children, we wouldn't do them? There are various different sacrifices a mom has to make at different stages of raising children, such as carrying the baby in her womb, giving birth, feeding the baby, and raising the child, and then there are things like day to day sacrifices and giving up your own time and hobbies to take care of the kids. There are many rewards and fruits parents will reap from raising their children, but one of the greatest is to have the company and love of posterity as you get older. Becoming a ninja mom 3:48Breastfeeding story at a wedding 6:36Missing out on things 11:29The reward in children 16:10A great story 20:09“That's the other thing with time is it takes time to teach your stuff, so like time is a huge sacrifice with kids, like you can do stuff for your kids, but to really help empower them to do stuff for themselves, it takes time because you have to wait it out until they do it or they're ready to do it, or they want to do it.” 15:24https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/https://www.theirishmummy.com
His Story and Her Story are about to be The Team Jones Story… But Haley lives on the other side of the Planet, in Gothenburg, Sweden. In this episode Haley shares how the Florida Hurricane Seasons led her parents to Alabama… and how a Google search from her Sister Abi, and a visit to Church of The Highlands (which her Dad called “Jesus World”) would create a desire in her to abandon her career and life in Europe…Support our Sponsors. They help us provide this content for free. Brad Drake Heating & Air(205)613-5530https://www.braddrakeheatingandair.com/Alec Priola -Assurance Financial NMLS# email@example.com https://assurancemortgage.com/assurance_officers/alec-priolaEqual Housing Lender NMLS# 70876Hobie Hobart State Farm (205)841-7485https://www.myagenthobie.comSubscribe for ad-free episodes and extra content here: https://www.patreon.com/straighouttaprisonpodcastWe are telling the Team Jones Story chronologically… the good, the bad, and all the juicy details. (Apple & Spotify Podcasts) Stay tuned and follow us on our Website (teamjones.co/podcast/), Facebook, & Instagram! Look up “Straight Outta Prison Podcast”
I got to speak on someone else's summit for the first time today.“The Forgiveness Zone Summit”. …Turns out it's a lot of work to have a lot of hair. How do you say “extra curricular”? Putting myself out there a little bit is leading to some opportunities. My big lesson from being an interviewee.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic, you can literally take it anywhere on the fly https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Mischa Z: 00:01 What a cool day today. That's what I'm going to tell you about. But a cool day today, I was asked to speak on a sonnet. So that's what I'm going to talk about. How fun is that? Well, let's get right to it. Well, first off, let me just say that I was on a zoom meeting and, um, as my hair gets longer, I've officially, um, not had a care cut for, um, for, uh, a year and a half, and so my curls are in full effect, but I was on a zoom meeting this morning and well, the, the, as you, as a man, never really having long hair, I never understood the amount of effort that can go into, into managing said long hair. So hair ties, things like that, and really conditioning the long hair. So I've got curls and they can get super, um, knotted up.Mischa Z: 01:09 So you've got to, you've got to do some deep conditioning anyway, the day after can be awesome. Like the day after day one, the next day of the deep conditioning. Oh my gosh. Like full Robert plant mode. Now I see why girls, when they've got date night or whatever, or, or, you know, they've got a big night coming out, why it's so important that they do their hair and why they, it takes time. It just takes time. It takes time in the shower, all that stuff. So it's a process. It's a process. So anyway, any ladies that I've been married to and, or dated over the years, I apologize for any pressure that I have put on you to speed up due to hair care scenarios, um, anyhow, uh, onto it. So Connie, um, what's called his last name. See if I can find it quick.Mischa Z: 02:19 Connie asked me to be on her summit and what was super cool about that as well, was that I been very busy in my summit and, and doing these things. And so I hadn't been many on many of the extra, extra, extra correct. Correctly, extra what's that word? Oh my gosh. You know, when you're an extracurricular Yael is I can't even say it. Oh my gosh. It's late. I'm so tired going on. That summit took so much out of me speaking on that summit. It was the first I imagine once you get used to it, it's super easy, but energy-wise extra curricularly. Gosh, darn it.Mischa Z: 03:11 Email me the emails in the show notes, email. How you say that correctly? Oh my gosh, this is embarrassing. I hit pause so I can look it up, extra curricular, extra curricular activities. Anyhow. Um, so I get asked to speak on the summit and, uh, yeah. Time, effort, energy. Um, definitely, definitely, uh, tired as I record this. Um, oh yeah. So I had, I forgot why after all that talk on extra curricular activities, I forgot what I was leaving. I brought that up, but there's all these extra curricular activities available on the two CCX coaching, you know, opportunities to network, to learn, to grow, to bounce ideas with other people within the, within the coaching group, other coaches really cool times. And so I, the other day went on one of these extra curricular activities and, uh, someone who'd seen me on this in this coaching group for the last year was like, Hey, be on my summit. So I was like, of course I will. So that was very exciting to put myself out there a little bit and then get like a cool opportunity to, um, be asked to support someone's summit and to share my message. So her summit is super cool. It's Connie Macintosh Connie. And let me find, uh, Connie and Alan Macintosh. And there's someone who's called the, um, the forgiveness summit, which I think is beautiful and their tagline is getting out of your own way. So I get to speak on what inspires me to help others.Mischa Z: 05:18 How, okay. And what was the next question? So the first one, what do you feel holds? What do you feel holds people from becoming the best they can be? I got to speak to that. I don't want to take too long on this episode and I would encourage you to log into the summit when it becomes available to hear my answers. I'm sure I'll take an episode and give my answers, but worried about, uh, oh, how do you help them overcome those feelings? And then a lot of time people hold feeling resentment and blame deep inside. How could you help that person become successful in all parts of their lives? I got to speak to that, which was super fun. How great are these questions in your opinion, how does a global crisis affect individuals? We've seen incredible successes and huge losses. How does this happen?Mischa Z: 06:21 That was fun to speak to that both on an individual. And I touched politically on it just for fun, just for a second. And then do you have any other advice for our audience today? So I got to answer all those, the fun, fun, fun part, or the other interesting thing that developed was there's bonus rounds on these interview, on these summits oftentimes, right? There's the free interviews and then there's the upgrade bonus interviews. And she originally didn't ask me to do the bonus interview when we started. And I was like, oh, that's interesting. And so it turns out I added so much value on interview. One that she's like, Hey, I want you to do the bonus interview. And so I got to do the bonus interview, which she called "more with Mischa" and, um, I got to go deeper on some of the strategies and tactics that I have for dealing with resentments, um, for, you know, um, what was the thing she said about, uh, about how to help others about, um, about what do you feel holds people back from becoming the best they can be?Mischa Z: 07:40 And I went more in depth into tools and tactics for that. So that was super fun. Oh, and being my first summit, the big, big takeaway that I had was whenever I needed to pause and find my place in my notes, or think from it a minute, excuse me, I was super uncomfortable with the long pause. So I would cut a corner or I would just skip over or forget where I was, where absolutely next time I will not be afraid of the long pause in breathing, finding my spot, finding the point I wanted to make. So I kind of rushed through that being my first summit in being an interviewee on my first summit. Um, but no big deal. I feel like I was able to serve her audience and, um, bring valuable content. And I got to earn my way into the bonus interview. And then I did miss, uh, at least one important prayer that I wanted to put on there, which super bummed me out. But so be it. I prayed, how can we be of service? What can I bring to table beforehand? So clearly that's what the universe wanted me to do. So anyway, there you go. Hair stories. I'm learning how to manage a big mop of hair. And I got to speak on my first summit and there's a couple of lessons from it. Peace out.
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Fred Johnson is a previous high school teacher, and now the Senior Director of CA Next at Collegiate Academies. He is also the founder of Grind To Grad and the CEO of Fourth Education. In this episode, we talk about: How to change your path in life when you feel like it's too late to do it @fourtheducation fourtheducation.com
Fresh off a Think Week, Pete debriefs Jen on his process, what he learned, and many more interesting noodles.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What is a Think Week?How might someone use five days to set themselves up for twelve months?How might we turn Think Week into Think Practice, which can be done more regularly?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Welcome to the Money Interview series on the Consciousness Anywhere Podcast.I will be interviewing the people who have had the biggest impact on my money awareness and changed the direction of what I could be and create with money. I hope you enjoy, learn something and have more peace with money.Money is the grease that oils the wheels of possibilities. You can always do things without money. But with money, it makes things easier, quicker, faster.What would it be like to be needless? Need is a massive component of what gets attached to money, but doesn't necessarily naturally go with money. Once you start exploring from the energy of needless, it takes you off in all sorts of directions. What if you could have clients without that sense of need? What could you put in place to be needless in any area?What's the fundamental base point of view that you have around money? There's money everywhere. If you don't believe it, it's because it doesn't show up the way you decided it should show up and it doesn't look like what you've decided it should look like. Daily tools around money: remind yourself to be the space of needlesshave no point of view about money, clients, businessSpoken by Steven Bowman.Enjoy… Key takeaways:What would it be like to be needless? Money is not the reason for life, it just makes it easier.What if money showed up in ways that you don't even know existed?What if you would be the choosing one and not the chosen one?Resources: The 2 Bowmans' websiteSteven & Chutisa Bowman's Prosperity Consciousness BookMoney ressources with Shannon O'Hara and Access Consciousness tools
In this episode, Avie Rosacci shares the 3 key elements for cooking flavorful food.Avie and her late husband Rob Oleson are the founders of Happy Jack Spice. Rob had a passion for flavor, blending and creating seasonings. He was a patient chef and it showed in his signature meals and famous green chili. Avie describes her late husband as a cross between Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay. Everything he made was with a seasoning he crafted over time, constantly tweaking until it was just right. Avie came to the table with 38 years of meat, deli, and catering experience.Happy Jack Spice Company is the culmination of many years of cooking, laughing, grilling, toasting, and simply enjoying the process as a couple. Although Rob is missed tremendously by his family and friends — his style of seasoning and cooking will live on through Avie, their 3 amazing kids, and 5 grandchildren.Their seasonings and rubs have no preservatives, use the finest quality salts and natural ingredients, are non-GMO, and sustainably sourced. They don't cut corners. Visit www.happyjackspice.com to learn more.In this episode we cover:The Importance Of SaltSalting StagesTypes Of SaltFat = FlavorGood SpicesClean IngredientsTaco StoryFood SnobThanks so much for tuning in again this week. I appreciate you
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