This week, Shannen and Abby recap their Thanksgiving weekends and discuss Dave Portnoy and Silvana Mojica breaking up while Alix Earle and Braxton Berrios finally DTR. With the new year approaching and everyone focusing on creating new goals, the girls discuss the importance of taking time to self reflect on who you are becoming and not just what you have accomplished. Enjoy baddies!Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinksafterwork_/ Follow on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drinksafterwork Join The Boston Baddies: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dawpodcast
Glo instructor Kia Miller recounts her transformative journey of self-discovery through yoga and meditation. She describes how her Kundalini practice helped reframe her sense of self and examine limiting beliefs.Kia shares how a summer-long spiritual retreat surfaced deep-seated negative patterns. As her practice unfolded, she began releasing layers of self-doubt and reconnecting with core human emotions like joy, fear, anger, and sadness.Listen as Kia and host Derik Mills discuss yoga's potential to align our body, mind, and spirit. Kia draws comparisons between humans and musical instruments - both capable of beautiful vibrations when aligned. As their conversation continues, you'll join an enlightening exploration of dreams and Kundalini kriyās, learn about yoga's power to disrupt negative patterns, and its potential to bring out our deeper wisdom.Key Takeaways for this Episode1. (0:00:00) - Inner life exploration through yoga, self-healing, and emotional awareness. 2. (0:18:40) - The infinite journey: The impact of yoga on personal transformation and self-discovery.3. (0:23:49) - Kundalini yoga and kriyās: Shifting the autonomic nervous system and awakening energy.4. (0:37:22) - Yoga and elevated states of consciousness: Overcoming self-doubt and negative patterns.5. (0:47:08) - Kriyās for personal growth: transforming our state of being and healing the mind.Links:Kia's websiteKia's InstagramGLO classes:Kia Miller on Glo
Each year when we approach new years, we perhaps start to think about our new years resolutions, intentions and word of the year. We wanted to share a different process and journey that we have found to be more powerful and perhaps authentic as we approach a new year. Instead of us choosing our intentions and resolutions, what if we were able to receive that energies were showing up to guide us in a new year? This journey has us to be open to what signs from nature, and the energy around us that is showing us and giving us signs as to what we need to partner with in order to succeed with our goals and intentions in a new year. On this podcast I share about this process, what horses are emerging as guiding forces for myself and perhaps our community and some messages that were coming forward for all of us. I also mention that I will be running a virtual retreat experience to share about this process, if you are curious or called to join us, here is the link to do so. https://hillaryschneider.mykajabi.com/aligning-our-guiding-energies
Gary John Bishop is one of the leading Personal Development experts in the industry with a global reputation that has impacted tens of thousands of people worldwide. His “urban philosophy” approach represents a new wave of personal empowerment and life mastery that has caused miraculous results for people in the quality and performance of their lives. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life" and "Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back". In this episode, Larry Hagner and Gary John Bishop reunite for the fifth time to catch up on each other's lives, including Gary's recent trip to Germany with his sons who are pursuing their dreams of becoming professional soccer players. They also discuss the upcoming data summit and how their experiences tie into the book they are working on. One of the key themes explored in the podcast is the importance of understanding family dynamics. Larry Hagner and Gary John Bishop discuss how studying oneself and reflecting on their own upbringing is crucial for personal growth and effective parenting. Gary John Bishop uses the metaphor of "biting your own teeth" to illustrate the difficulty of self-reflection. It is impossible to physically bite your own teeth, just as it can be challenging to objectively observe and analyze oneself. However, Gary John Bishop emphasizes that this introspection is necessary in order to gain a deeper understanding of one's own parenting style and the impact it has on their children. Gary also shares their own realization from the book, highlighting the tendency to either repeat or reject aspects of their own childhood. He admit that he had not previously viewed his parents as individuals with their own experiences and challenges. Gary's book helped the host recognize the importance of understanding their parents' stories and how they influenced their own upbringing. www.thedadedge.com/friday132 www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.garyjohnbishop.com
In this episode of 'Messy Can't Stop Her', host Judith Kambia Obatusa discusses the role of past trauma and self-awareness in parenting. Drawing from personal experiences and stories from the YouTube channel 'Soft White Underbelly', she emphasizes how childhood experiences and parental interactions can lead to issues like addiction. Judith shares her tragic loss of her daughter to addiction, revealing that her daughter's search for love led her down the wrong path. She connects the importance of self-love and addressing personal traumas to being a better parent. She also provides resources like '16personalities.com' for self-improvement and suggests asking for feedback from close friends or colleagues to better understand oneself. The episode concludes with encouragement to her listeners to begin the journey of self-discovery and healing, starting with self-reflection.00:00 Introduction and Recap 00:36 The Impact of Childhood Trauma04:08 The Importance of Self-Love and Addressing Trauma for Mothers04:53 The Impact of Parental Trauma on Children07:08 The Need for Self-Reflection and Understanding for Better Parenting07:53 The Role of Personality Tests in Self-Understanding08:44 Practical Steps to Self-Understanding10:52 The Impact of Self-Understanding on Motherhood11:07 The Importance of Focusing on Self-Improvement13:14 The Importance of Knowing Yourself to Be a Good Mother13:39 Closing Thoughts and Call to Action Join the Messy Can't Stop Her Sisterhood at https://www.facebook.com/groups/3204395256540448/If you would love to share your story on the #MessyCantStopHer podcast, click here to let me know. Thank you so much for listening. Music Credit: https://indiefy.me/wanted-carter
Hi all! In this solo episode, I share some personal and professional updates, along with feelings that have come up for me this last month (and why I didn't post for a few weeks).Also, I share feelings that came up for me with saying goodbye to my clients and ending my internship + school. I touch on feelings of grief and loss that can come with any change, even "exciting change." I will be taking the next week off, since I'm currently on my honeymoon. We will be back with a guest conversation on Thursday, December 14th. STAY CONNECTED:Download a FREE Boundary Guilt WorksheetINSTA: @trustandthrive TIKOK: @trustandthrive TWITTER: @trustandthrive FACEBOOK: bit.ly/FBtaramont WEBSITE: www.tara-mont.com EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
144: The Greek Language, a myriad of Ideas & Concepts – Inspiring Self Reflection Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou, Frank J. McLoraine Professor of Linguistics at the University of Chicago, enlightens us today to learn more about ourselves with ancient and powerful ideas/concepts found in the Greek Language. Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou Today's Lexi: Γλώσσα - Glossa - Language In Today's Episode: A fascinating conversation with Professor Anastasia Giannakidou of University of Chicago reveals the significant value of the Greek language, yesterday and today. It's an ancient language, which has for thousands of years taught one to think critically/rationally and to be stimulated from the ideas Greeks lived by. Study of the Greek language is an intellectual activity that will move you to self-reflection and personal growth. Discover the differences between Koine, Byzantine, and Modern Greek. How has each form of Greek developed concepts and ideas which positively impact the world today? Today's Ola Kala Moment: Tandem-Exchange – an app to Increase Foreign Language Learning Resources: Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou is the Frank J. McLoraine Professor of Linguistics and the College at the University of Chicago. She studied Classical Philology and Linguistics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, and received her PhD in Linguistics from University of Groningen in the Netherlands. She is the founder and director of the Center for Hellenic Studies Center at the University of Chicago which was founded in 2019. She is also a co-director of the Center for Gesture, Sign and Language, and a collaborator in the Bilingualism Matters initiative in Chicago and the University of Chicago Institute for the Formation of Knowledge. Anastasia's main interest is the study of linguistic meaning, specifically how meaning is produced with language— and pursues linguistic and philosophical analysis grounded in Classical Hellenic thought. Anastasia studies the way beliefs, attitudes, and ideology shape people's linguistic choices in communication, and overall the relationship between language, thought and reality. Prof. Giannakidou's main language of study is Greek; but she has done comparative work on German, Dutch, Spanish, Basque, Korean, and Mandarin Chinese, and has worked on diachronic syntax and semantics. She is the author of numerous articles and books including Polarity Sensitivity as Nonveridical Dependency, Definiteness and Nominalization, Mood, Tense, Aspect Revisited—and most recently, Truth and Veridicality in Grammar and Thought, with the University of Chicago Press. She is currently working on a new book on uncertainty with Cambridge University Press. Credits: Music: Spiro Dussias Vocals: Zabrina Hay Graphic Designer: Susan Jackson O'Leary
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In this week's episode, John and Cynthia discuss the topic of self-reflection. They explore ways to make sense of things, uncover breakthroughs, challenge thoughts, recognize change, and track progress. Episode Transcript Want to share stories with us? Email us at Quillopod@myquillo.com To learn more about Quillo Connect, visit MyQuillo.com
Summary: Explore Kelli's journey from self-doubt to spiritual transformation rooted in her Adventist upbringing. Discover how she battled inner demons, found liberation through Jesus Christ's sacrifice, and embraced her true identity. Our discussion covers themes like perfectionism, anxiety, societal expectations, and the impact of strict religious upbringing. Reflect on lessons of forgiveness, self-reflection, and education's role in understanding God. Join us for an inspiring conversation on transformation, freedom, and the profound power of God's love.View more resources on our website!Timestamps:0:00 - Stories of Transformation and Freedom5:14 - Faith Upbringing and Perception of Good13:52 - Pressure to Be Perfect22:11 - The Concept of Being Unequally Yoked26:46 - Navigating Challenges in Education and Faith39:29 - Forgiveness, Self-Reflection, and Letting Go46:06 - Discovering Freedom and God's Love59:25 - Education's Power1:03:57 - Bible Study for EducatorsKeywords: Self-doubt, Spiritual transformation, Adventist upbringing, Perfectionism, Anxiety, Unequally yoked, Societal expectations, Mental health, Self-worth, Forgiveness, Self-reflection, Education and God, As the year concludes, seize the chance to make a tax-deductible gift at lovereality.org/give.
Pain can be found in every corner of our world, but so can joy. Today's guest encourages us to seek the joy from within and harness it in powerful and life changing ways. In this episode we talk with Tanmeet Sethi, MD on the topic of Joy as a Human Right. During this moving and powerful discussion, Dr. Sethi explains the difference between happiness and joy; offers tips to those who aren't sure how to begin tapping into their own joy; and discusses the current inequities and stigmas surrounding access to mental healthcare and the use of psychedelics as a treatment option. Work with Danielle: If you are ready to start working with a life coach or just want to learn more about the impact that coaching can have in your life, visit Danielle's website at www.daniellemccombs.com and schedule a complimentary exploratory session. Work with Kristy: You can work with Kristy one-on-one or hire her to speak with your team to improve workplace communication. Visit Kristy's website at www.kristyolinger.com TALK BIG QUESTIONS Use these prompts to have the opposite of small talk in real life. Do you believe that joy is something that every human has access to? Do you think that you let yourself feel joy fully? When was the last time you felt joyful? What are your thoughts about taking psychedelic drugs to relieve mental illnesses?
If you feel like the challenge of self-discovery, personal growth, and spiritual awakening amidst life's ups and downs is real, you're not alone! That's why in this episode of Biohacking Bestie, guest Julianne Hough dives into how to navigate through this and find solutions for healing your trauma and stepping into your highest self.Julianne discusses reconnecting with childhood dreams, using dance and fitness as therapeutic outlets, understanding the significance of feminine energy, the importance of creating meaningful relationships, and how to navigate personal struggles while pursuing professional growth. It also provides valuable insights on how to create a safe and empowering community, deal with emotions such as guilt and grief, and break free from past patterns to embrace one's higher self.Julianne Hough is a multi-talented American artist – a champion on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars", an actress (starring in films like "Footloose" and "Safe Haven"), and an Emmy award winner. Now the host of ABC's Dancing with Stars and founder of Kinergy, she's an advocate for health and wellness and is recognized for using her platform to promote various causes.What we discuss: (02:49 - 05:22) Exploring Personal Experiences With Ayahuasca (06:26 - 08:05) The Creation of the Name Kinnergy(11:09 - 12:52) Biohacking (18:40 - 20:12) Embracing and Overcoming Personal Wounds(21:13 - 23:21) Fear of Being Boring and Self-Reflection(35:39 - 36:07) The Paradox of Giving and Receiving(42:54 - 44:09) Creating Safe and Contained Trauma Exploration(46:02 - 47:25) Navigating Personal Challenges for Positive Project(54:43 - 56:39) Exploring Safety and Relationships(59:35 - 01:01:40) Desires and Qualities in a PartnerThank you to our sponsors:ARMRA: Go to https://tryarmra.com/aggie to get 15% off of your first order.LMNT: Go to DrinkLMNT.com/aggie to get a free sample pack with any purchase!Find more from Aggie: Start optimizing your health: https://biohackingbestie.com/Get daily Biohacking Bestie tips: @biohackingbestieGet a 7-Day FREE meal plan here: https://www.fitasfuck.co/mealplanFind more from Julianne Hough:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juleshough/Website: https://www.kinrgy.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A sense of belonging is one of the incalculable elements of a healthy, happy team. It's either there or it's not, right?Not so, as Kate Sacek explains in this episode.Kate's work, for many years, has been in the realm of belonging: how we feel it, generate it, and nurture it. That work has brought her closer and closer to a strong thesis: that movement, sensing, and awareness are foundational to the whole process.In this episode, she shares the journey of discover she's been on, the most valuable tips and tricks she's learned, and where she sees movement fitting in the wider world of facilitation. It's a fascinating tool to add to one's toolbox — don't miss out.Find out about:How Kate works to generate and amplify a sense of belonging in her facilitationWhy building a workshop on foundations of humour, playfulness, and levity creates a more accepting environmentHow movement helps us access ourselves and others in a deeper wayWhy moving without feeling is an incomplete processHow corporate work gets our brains and bodies out of balanceWhat we can learn from our bodies that our brains can't tell usDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.Put the episode's best takeaways into practice with Skillding. Visit skillding.com/workshop to begin your journey from learning to doing. Track your progress as you hone your new skills. Start now!Links:Watch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.The Movement of Belonging website.Follow Movement of Belonging on Instagram.Follow Kate on Facebook.And find Kate's podcast, Movement of Belonging, anywhere you listen to podcasts. It offers movement recipes you can try at home or as a fresh way to start your meeting or class.Connect to Kate:On LinkedIn.Support the show:Make a one-off donation and contribute to the ongoing costs of running the podcast.Support the showCheck out the podcast map to see the overview of all podcast episodes: https://workshops.work/podcast-map
Finding moments for self-reflection becomes a powerful tool for personal growth development in a world that moves at breakneck speed. Join us in this episode as we dive into the importance of conducting an end-of-year review and evaluating our progress toward our goals. Your best self awaits – seize the opportunity!KEY TAKEAWAYSWhy it's important to reflect on your progress and overcome resistanceThe power of embracing your desires and ambitions 4 key aspects to assess when evaluating your year-end goalsPivotal role of accountability in shaping your futureSpecial opportunities for committed conscious investorsRESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDThe Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod: https://amzn.to/46yN8Gg Hero on a Mission by Donald Miller: https://amzn.to/47z829Q Start. by John Acuff: https://amzn.to/40WQTnS The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan: https://amzn.to/3GnhoJu Managing Oneself by Peter F. Drucker: https://amzn.to/49Vqriv The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran: https://amzn.to/47it4Zv Uncommon Accountability by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington: https://amzn.to/3uzgXcG If you're interested in seamless communication with like-minded, conscious investors from across the country and worldwide, what platform would you prefer: a group text, a revitalized private Facebook group, or an entirely new platform free from mainstream social media? Your input matters; share your thoughts and preferences by texting Julie at 208-278-6235, and let your voice be heard!CONNECT WITH USSchedule a 20-min get-to-know each other call - bit.ly/3OK31kISchedule a 30-min call to learn about investing with Three Keys Investments - bit.ly/3yteWhxVisit ThreeKeysInvestments.com to download a free e-book, “Why Invest in Apartments”!If you're looking for an affordable healthcare solution, check out Christian Healthcare Ministries by visiting https://bit.ly/3JTRm1IGo deeper into your reflection with the Conscious Investor Growth Exercises. Click the link to access now https://bit.ly/46mLPKu Ready to accelerate your efforts? Click the link to learn more and apply to the Conscious Investor Growth Accelerator. Space is limited to 12 people https://bit.ly/3QA6K76 Register for a LIVE Goal Setting Session:Tuesday, December 5th 11:00 AM PST/ 2:00 PM ESTCLICK HERE TO REGISTERSaturday, December 9th 08:30 AM PST/11:30 AM ESTCLICK HERE TO REGISTERPlease RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!
We're trying a new thing over here and have dug out a great episode from our archives. This is a revisit of Episode 55, which is a juicy, insightful interview with Paul William Davis, an intuitive personal advisor, an entrepreneur, a best-selling author, an award-winning business growth consultant, speaker with the best Irish accent you're likely to hear all day, lol. Betsy and Paul deep dive into how you go about figuring out what your personal purpose is and how important intuition - your 'knowings' - are (and you'll get an idea of why Betsy includes it in the coaching framework she has developed and uses with her own clients). Tune in for some beautiful insight into how you can 'tune into' your intuition and create the life you truly want because you've taken the time to listen to signs you might be being sent by the Universe. Rushing through life and missing them could be causing you immense frustration or struggle, but that doesn't need to be the case. So if you're struggling or know someone who is, or might even be encountering some mental health challenges, Betsy and Paul cover that. They talk about how not knowing your purpose in life can be the greatest trigger for depression (and how to address that). So whether you're listening to this toward the end of the year in 2023 or another time of year, take some time to consider your own purpose and how you might live it more deeply, more powerfully, and more easily and happily in the coming year or months. Connect with Paul William Davis: Paul's Website: www.paulwilliamdavis.com/ Paul on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauldavisdublin/ Listen to his Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-executive-code-personal-mastery-insights-with/id1509268157?uo=4 Connect with Betsy Reed: Betsy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebetsyreed/ Betsy on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebetsyreed/ Betsy's Website: https://www.betsy-reed.com/ Rate, Review and Share. Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice. Please subscribe, follow, like, and/or drop her a five star and written review. Share this episode with others and help spread the word and grow our audience. Don't forget to tune into Betsy's other episodes and share your favourite ones on social media.
Welcome back to the Self Reflection Podcast with your host, Lira Ndifon! In this episode, we delve deep into understanding and overcoming our pathological critic. Lira, your companion in self-discovery, extends her heartfelt gratitude to all the incredible listeners who've joined the Self Reflection family, sharing kind words that fuel her passion for these conversations.Lira acknowledges that it's been a while since she directly engaged with her audience, expressing her excitement for the evolving journey of the podcast as it approaches its remarkable third-year anniversary. She plans to integrate insightful content from her Africa Today show, recognizing its relevance to the Self Reflection audience.In this introspective episode, Lira guides us through the concept of the "pathological critic," a persistent inner voice that often undermines our self-worth, sabotaging our self-esteem. Through a poignant quote shared on social media, she touches upon the power of self-compassion in subduing this critic.However, navigating this internal dialogue isn't easy. Lira offers profound insights into recognizing and confronting the pathological critic. She emphasizes the importance of identifying its voice and differentiating it from your genuine self, urging listeners to question its damaging influence.The episode unfolds further as Lira explores practical strategies to dismantle this internal adversary. She shares invaluable tips on how to confront and disarm this critic, highlighting the significance of recognizing its presence as the first step toward self-healing.Lira delves into the varied forms this critic may assume, drawing attention to how external influences, such as parental figures, can morph into internal voices shaping our self-perception. Her candid narration makes this complex topic relatable and accessible.Join Lira on this transformative journey toward reclaiming self-compassion, nurturing self-esteem, and silencing the pathological critic. Tune in for an insightful and empowering conversation that will inspire you to embark on your path to self-discovery!Tune in and embark on this thought-provoking journey, where self-reflection meets global impact, only on the Self Reflection Podcast.Shop ProLon https://prolonfast.com/products/gofast?rfsn=7553594.01507e9&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=7553594.01507e9Use discount Code: SELF10 for 20% off@lira_ndifon #SelfReflectionPodcast #HealingJourney #MenHealToo #PersonalGrowth #Transformation
In this episode, marketing guru Chris Tuff discusses the importance of authenticity, energy, and standing out in personal branding. Listen in as Jennifer and Chris also emphasize the significance of asking meaningful questions and building authentic relationships. Chris introduces the concept of how not to be an ask-hole, "saving your asks" and the Ask Continuum, and he also discusses the power of using videos to connect with people. They also share personal experiences dealing with ungenuine connections and the importance of self-reflection. This conversation also includes Chris's unique marketing strategy involving Mark Zuckerberg and the importance of gifting in building relationships. Chris Tuff is a best-selling author and highly sought after keynote speaker who has presented for Meta, Nike, Home Depot, Verizon, and many other Fortune 100 companies. Chris began his career as a pioneer of the social media marketing space, becoming one of the first marketers to work directly on Facebook advertising. Chris is the author of The Millennial Whisperer, a USA Today bestseller that explores the importance of empathy and relationships in the workplace, and Save Your Asks, a book that shares interviews and stories from some of the world's greatest leaders and entrepreneurs about using authenticity and connection to become better salespeople and networkers. Connect with Chris in the following ways: Chris' website: https://christuff.me/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophertuff/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tuff22/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9UqV-If1PlAEfrB6oHdMdA/featured TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@christopher_tuff Purchase Chris's book, Save Your Asks: https://amzn.to/3RiArLE Purchase Chris's book, The Millennial Whisperer: https://amzn.to/47QcP6h Let's move the ball, make things happen, and dominate our game! Get Your Signed Copies of Move the Ball & Dominate the Game: http://dominateandmove.com Learn more about how I can help you: http://www.getinsidethehuddle.com Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/movetheball Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movetheball/ Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@movetheballpodcast Get your Move the Ball Merch: https://www.wemovetheball.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Self-Reflection Podcast with Donna. Today I will be talking about what I call the "Healing Haven", where we delve into the profound impact of wellness retreats on our mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. In today's episode, we explore how these retreats serve as sanctuaries that not only alleviate stress, depression and anxiety but also aid healing past and present tramas. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/donna-thomas78/message
November 27, 2023*The deaf community, or anyone who retains information better through reading than listening, can read this episode at OutOfBodyEcstasy.com*Ask Allie Podcast: Life Advice with a Metaphysical Twist!Longest-running spiritual podcast on Apple Podcast. Helping others since 2005.Grab a reading, OBE adventure fun, soulmate/twin flame magic, and DIY energy work: https://outofbodyecstasy.com/shop-2/Feeling isolated or ridiculed for your spiritual beliefs can be deeply painful. Still, at Mystical Minds, you'll find a welcoming community where your unique journey is understood and honored. Dive into a world of exclusive resources like intention grids, personalized weekly card pulls, and early access to powerful crystals, all while connecting with fellow seekers in our monthly online chats and webinars. Say goodbye to doubt and embrace a supportive space where being different is your strength. To join or find out more, click on this link: http://mysticalminds.coSHOW FORMAT: SEASON 18 – EPISODE 41* Introduction* Updates* Magical Item of the Week: Lemon Balm (oil)* Oracle Card Reading of the Week for November 27, 2023* Topic: How to Use the Tarot or Oracle Cards for Self-Reflection* Closing remarksConnect with Me on These Platforms: Tik Tok: @obeallieYouTube: @allietheissInstagram: @allieobeWisdom: @allietheissAsk me a question anonymously: https://joinwisdom.audio/allietheiss/askYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AllieTheissFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/allietheissfriends/https://www.facebook.com/obesexPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/theissallie/#AskAllie, #spirituality, #motivation, #selfdevelopment, #growth, #selfhelp, #guidance, #reading, #oraclecardreading, #cardreading, #energy, #soul #love #selflove #DreamBig #magical #oil #frankincense #intuitive #workbook #flashspell #pastlives #soulmates #twinflame #soulconnection #selfreflection #tarot #oracle #lemonbalm #prosperity #purification
Feel unhealthy and/or overweight? Think you must #loseweight and #gethealthy to #loveyourself and #feelhappy?Listen now to this interview with Francine Juhlin, the #WarriorPrincess Of #PersonalChange, an #Author and #Speaker to learn why you must #embraceyourinnerbeauty now and how that will help you #ChangeYourLife and #LiveHealthy, with fun and ease.Learn more and connect with Francine at: https://personalchangewarriors.com/Also, check out Francine's book, "How To Start Your Own Personal Change Journey: Even If You Don't Know Where To Start".https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C76DGH14#InnerBeauty #naturalbeauty #embraceyourbeauty #HolisticTransformation #EmbraceNaturalBeauty #Wellbeing #SelfLove #MindfulLiving #SelfCare #BodyPositivity #HealthyLiving #OwnYourChangeJourney #EmpoweringWomen #ChangeMakers #BeautyWithin #NaturalBeautyCommunity #WomenEmpowerment #SelfReflection #StressReduction #MentalHealth #HealthyHabits #FocusOnWellbeing_____________________________________ABOUT SAMIA:Samia Bano is the #HappinessExpert, author, speaker, podcaster & coach for coaches and healers. Samia is most known for her book, 'Make Change Fun and Easy' and her #podcast of the same name. With the help of her signature Follow Your Heart Process™, a unique combination of #PositivePsychology and the #spiritual wisdom of our most effective #ChangeMakers, Samia helps you overcome #LimitingBeliefs, your chains of fear, to develop a #PositiveMindset and create the impact and income you desire with fun and ease…Samia's advanced signature programs include the Happiness 101 Class and the Transformative Action Training.Samia is also a Certified #ReikiHealer and Crisis Counselor working to promote #MentalHealthAwareness.Samia models #HeartCenteredLeadership and business that is both #SociallyResponsible and #EnvironmentallyFriendly.Samia is a practicing #Muslim with an inter-spiritual approach. As someone who has a love and appreciation for diversity, she is a #BridgeBuilder between people of different faiths and cultures.Although Samia currently lives in California, USA, she has lived in 3 other countries and speaks Hindi, Urdu, and English fluently.Want to learn even more about Samia? Visit www.academyofthriving.com :)To Book your Free HAPPINESS 101 EXPLORATION CALL with Samia, click: https://my.timetrade.com/book/JX9XJ
Join Maurice Harker in an engaging session focusing on men's personal development within the Eternal Warriors context. Maurice addresses a common tendency among husbands: waiting for their wives to point out personal weaknesses instead of proactively reflecting on personal growth. Encouraging introspection, Maurice prompts attendees to identify aspects for self-improvement, challenging them to consider areas of development not highlighted by their partners. Discussing the overarching theme of fostering a dynamic relationship with God, Maurice introduces the 'Season of Life, Next Game, Next Series, Next Play' framework, leveraging football metaphors to illustrate layers of personal development. He aligns this model with the pattern for growth: Discover, Plan, Act, Reflect, guiding participants in establishing layered momentum in their self-evolution journey. The session incorporates interactive exercises, such as filling out reflection forms, aimed at personal growth and fostering emotional empathy. Maurice emphasizes the spiritual psychology behind the process, underlining the necessity of aligning this journey with spiritual grounding to prevent stagnation or loss of motivation. Maurice highlights the importance of prayer, scripture reading, and maintaining the right mindset for effective self-reflection. Participants are encouraged to model positive thinking about themselves, even in seemingly obvious areas of improvement, emphasizing the importance of this approach as an example for children. Navigating the 'Reflect' and 'Discover' sections, Maurice discusses the interconnectedness of these elements, showcasing how reflection often leads to self-discovery, blurring the lines between these components in the journey of personal growth. Throughout the session, Maurice infuses humor to lighten the atmosphere, urging participants to consider extremes to highlight the positives in their choices and celebrate accomplishments. This reflective and insightful session paves the way for deeper introspection and self-improvement within the Eternal Warriors community. Want to read more about this topic? https://www.lifechangingservices.org/unlocking-your-potential-a-comprehensive-guide-to-self-improvement/ Rather Watch Something? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMMPdVv3_CY Check out the Eternal Warriors 3.0: https://www.lifechangingservices.org/eternal-warriors-workshop/
Living a life on purpose means a daily commitment to living in a way that reflects your ultimate life goals. This episode will unpack what that means for you and will challenge you to contemplate if how you spend your days, in fact, is how you'll spend your life. To learn more about Planners on Purpose, visit www.plannersonpurpose.com.Thank you so much for listening, until next time, stay on purpose!Support the show
Ever popped a whole cob of corn? We did, and the results were popcorn-licious. In our latest episode, we're taking you on a culinary adventure as we explore a unique popcorn snack from Costco, discuss our favorite festive mugs, and make some surprising discoveries about the calorie content in your favorite coffee. The conversation takes a more personal turn as we candidly share our experiences of taking breaks from social media, handling negativity, and finding the motivation to build new habits. We're getting real about mental health, focusing on the positive, and overcoming obstacles. We also touch on the sensitive topic of body image, sharing our encounters with hurtful comments and societal pressure to conform to a certain body type. Lastly, we reflect on the pressures tied to starting fresh in the New Year and share some of our own anecdotes. Hear about our love for the children's show, Bluey, and how our parents' interests have shaped ours. But wait, there's more! We're thrilled to announce our plans to read and review Mark Manson's book "Everything is Fcked" in the upcoming year. So, grab a copy and join us in this enlightening reading journey!Support the showDo you have a story you would like to share? Send it to us at email@example.comDisclaimer: We are not Medical professionals and all views and opinions are our own.
In this episode of the Men Talking Mindfulness podcast, we discuss the transformative power of self-reflection. Our journey begins with understanding the essence of self-reflection and its vital role in personal growth and emotional intelligence. We explore how introspection helps in identifying and overcoming internal barriers, leading to a more fulfilled and authentic life. Check out our retreat... text BWELL to 33777 for more information. Time Stamps: (00:01:12) The power of self-reflection (00:07:12) Self-reflection (00:08:16) Self-reflection in executive leadership (00:13:15) Surprise, frustration, and failure (00:17:37) The experience of surprise (00:20:07) Frustration and visualization (00:24:41) Self-reflection and personal growth (00:27:19) Patience and growth (00:32:24) Accessing more authenticity (00:34:12) Growth mindset and self-reflection (00:39:00) Self-reflection and journaling (00:42:22) Reflection and growth through journaling (00:45:39) Going easy on yourself (00:48:44) Heartbreak as a teacher (00:52:23) Journaling and self-reflection (00:56:00) Learning from our mistakes (01:01:08) Grounding and breathwork technique (01:03:52) The Garden of the Gods
Marc Laws discusses his inspiring journey from professional soccer player to sports therapy practitioner to yoga teacher with a popular following on Glo.com. In this deep-dive conversation with host Derik Mills, Marc shares about the life-changing power of yoga, discusses how he discovered a yoga teacher who changed his view of life, and shares insights that he discovered when he was an ultra-competitive professional soccer player who later became a sports medicine therapist and then yoga teacher.Marc also mentions how thankful he is for the Glo team's work in making yoga more accessible worldwide. He believes that the skills developed in yoga allow people to live with more love and connection in their lives.Links:Marc Laws' WebsiteMarc on InstagramThe Glo Podcast: How Understanding Neuroscience Can Expand Your Yoga Practice, with Celest Pereira on Apple PodcastsGLO classes:Marc Laws' classes on Glo
In this episode of The Habit Coach podcast with Ashdin Doctor, he explains the first stage of the meditation journey is called introspection, where one should dedicate 5 minutes each day to reflect, preferably in the morning. This practice involves setting aside distractions, asking oneself various questions and confronting avoided thoughts. By adopting this habit of introspection, individuals can experience increased calmness and positive life changes as they address and resolve lingering thoughts.We will meet you thrice a week- Monday, Wednesday & Friday on YouTube and all audio streaming platforms. You can watch the full video episodes of The Habit Coach-Awesome 180 on the YouTube channel.You can also check out Ashdin's Linktree Page here: (https://linktr.ee/awesome180) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram | FacebookCheck out the Awesome180 website: (http://awesome180.com/) Find the show across audio streaming apps:Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | JioSaavn | Amazon Music Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @ivmpodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you ready to dive into the complex and transformative world of relationships? Join us on "Let's Talk About Love, Sex, and Infidelity" with your host, Todd Creager, as he unravels the intricate web of human emotions and intimate connections. In this enlightening podcast, Todd delves into the healing power of self-reflection after infidelity, offering profound insights and guidance for couples and individuals on their journey to understanding and compassion.**In this podcast, you will discover:**1. **The Role of Self-Reflection:** Explore the crucial role self-reflection plays in the aftermath of infidelity, providing a pathway to healing and growth.2. **Understanding Betrayal:** Gain valuable insights into the motives and underlying causes of betrayal, both in the present and stemming from earlier life experiences.3. **Compassion for Wounded Parts:** Learn how to develop compassion for the wounded aspects of yourself and your partner, promoting understanding and forgiveness.4. **Mature Communication:** Discover how self-reflection and compassion lead to mature communication, allowing you to rebuild trust and connection in your relationship.5. **A Deeper Love:** Find out how the journey of self-discovery can ultimately lead to a deeper, more profound love, fostering a relationship with newfound clarity and compassion.Whether you've experienced infidelity or simply seek a more profound connection with your partner, this podcast will provide you with the tools and insights to nurture and enrich your relationships.
In this episode Somer and Michelle share a game-changing assessment they have been using for a year now! Using red, yellow, and green as your answer, they'll ask you to check in on four crucial areas of your life. They are the areas we all tend to brush off, but it can be a dangerous game to keep ignoring the signs. The SWHW Patreon Get your 2024 3 Step Planner SHOP THE BLACK FRIDAY SALE ON FRIDAY! 00:50 The Importance of Self-Assessment 01:05 The Role of Questions in Self-Reflection 02:06 The Struggle of Remembering and Forgetting 04:00 The Origin of the Assessment 05:57 The Impact of the Assessment 08:09 The Magic of The Three Step Planner 17:19 Understanding Personal Assessment: The Green Goal 17:45 Vulnerability is Necessary 18:03 The Importance of Writing Down Your Thoughts 18:42 The Best Time for Effective Self-Assessment 19:56 The Impact of Emotional and Mental Health 21:08 The Role of Physical Health in Overall Well-being 26:33 Spiritual Health 31:05 Relationships 37:25 Conclusion: The Importance of Regular Self-Assessment
A focus on gratitude is typical this time of year. But more often than not, the cognitive or behavioral nods we give gratitude around Thanksgiving can feel a little limp, rote, and unedifying. If you feel like this American holiday has been lacking in meaning, maybe what you need is to infuse it with a Japanese practice.The Naikan method of self-reflection grew out of Buddhist spirituality and has been recognized by psychologists as a way to develop greater self-awareness, gratitude, empathy, and direction. Naikan involves asking yourself three questions: What have I received from others? What have I given others? What troubles and difficulties have I caused others?Gregg Krech, who is the executive director of the ToDo Institute, which promotes principles of psychology based on Eastern traditions, has created a Thanksgiving-specific version of Naikan that helps practitioners dig further into its first question. Today on the show, we talk about the way Naikan differs from mainstream gratitude practices and is based less on feeling and more on seeing the world objectively. Gregg shares six prompts that can help you recognize the reality of how you're being supported in the world, cultivate the art of noticing, and embrace life's grace.Resources Related to the PodcastThe ToDo Institute's free Thanksgiving Guide to Self-Reflection booklet — scroll down, enter your email into the form, and a PDF of the booklet will be sent to you.Gregg's previous appearances on the AoM podcast:#425: Action Over Feelings #671: Begin the New Year by Reflecting on These 3 Life-Changing QuestionsNaikan: Gratitude, Grace, and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection by Gregg KrechAoM Podcast #906: Stop Being a ComplainerAoM Article: The Spiritual Disciplines — Gratitude Sunday Firesides: Graduate From the Kindergarten Class of GratitudeAoM Podcast #459: Beyond Gratitude Lite — The Real Virtue of ThankfulnessHow to Fight Entitlement and Develop Gratitude in Your KidsAoM Article: The George Bailey Technique — Mentally Erase Your Blessings for Greater Joy and OptimismConnect with Gregg KrechThirty Thousand Days Website
Jim Edwards teaches you how to write your own book and get it published on Amazon. He teaches you everything from creating Ideas, doing Research, creating the book, and promoting that book. Let' https://WriteYourBook.ai do the heavy lifting for you. Here are the benefits of being an author for your business:1. Establish Credibility and authority!2. Build a Personal Brand3. Expand Reach and Influence4. Generate Passive Income5. Content Repurposing6. Attract Media Opportunities7. Self-Reflection and Personal Growth8. Immortalize Your Ideas9. Network and Collaborations10. Fulfill a Lifelong DreamSee https://www.writeyourbook.ai and sign up for the next online coaching to have you published on Amazon in a week. Check out the Facebook Group – Sales Copy and Content Marketing Hacks at https://www.facebook.com/groups/copywritingandcontenthacks and for more information on the wizards used to make outstanding sales copy check out http://www.thejimedwardsmethod.com.Ready to become an author? We can show you how!Join the hundreds of authors, many of them Amazon best sellers who have usedWriteYourBook.AI to become published authors on Amazon, letting AI do all the heavy lifting. Join us!
This week is a solo episode, and we're talking about Thanksgiving. I know that the holidays can kick off an emotional rollercoaster, so this year, the pods are dedicated to helping you keep your balance and preserve your peace. I share 3 books to read if you need a distraction, what to do when grief pops up, and how to prioritize yourself no matter how you spend Thanksgiving.
This episode of ROL features a new segment called "Self Reflection". It will be a recurring feature throughout the season with a guest host. My aim is to be transparent and share my own life experiences. In the first installment, I reflect on my dating experiences. I won't be mentioning any names, and it will all come from a place of love. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rianoutloud/message
In this deeply insightful episode, I had the privilege of hosting Dr. Tim Lewis, a renowned expert in trauma and mental health. Dr. Lewis shared invaluable tools to enhance our lives, drawing on impactful books that have personally shaped my thinking. We discussed individualized approaches to working with patients, particularly those grappling with PTSD. Dr. Lewis provided guidance on how to navigate the complexities of trauma and offered alternatives to traditional therapy for those facing financial constraints. We also pondered the enduring impact of trauma and the process of rebuilding trust. We examined the tendency to downplay our own experiences and the reluctance to seek support, such as joining a PTSD group. Drawing from his wealth of expertise, Dr. Lewis offered a key takeaway from his book, shedding light on the transformative journey towards healing. Tune in to this episode for a thought-provoking conversation on trauma, happiness, and the resilient journey towards healing. We'll touch on: [3:31] What does happiness mean to Dr. Lewis [6:24] Tools we can utilize to improve our lives, focusing on the books that have changed Simona's thinking. [9:53] Individualized work with patients and how to approach working with someone with PTSD [12:12] Tools other than therapy people can use if they do not have financial resources [14:39] Do you believe the impacts of trauma ever end? [15:39] How to begin to trust again [20:55] Our tendency to downplay our own experience and feel ours might not measure up to others [25:23] One key takeaway from Dr. Lewis' book [26:41] What is one way we create a little more happiness every day Resources: Podcast Resources: https://www.simonacostantini.com/resources Apply to be a podcast guest: https://forms.gle/WtXHsqZmiEhCwTAk6 https://www.amazon.com/Greenlights-Matthew-McConaughey/dp/0593139135/ref=sr_1_1?crid=XEU54S4YJBSX&keywords=greenlights+matthew+mcconaughey+book&qid=1699211960&sprefix=greenlights%2Caps%2C121&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-You-Transforming-Self-Sabotage-Self-Mastery/dp/1949759229/ref=sr_1_1?crid=IVEXYV9FPW1F&keywords=the+mountain+is+you&qid=1699211983&sprefix=the+mountain+is+you%2Caps%2C123&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299/ref=sr_1_1?crid=37RX47XD9BRWB&keywords=atomic+habits&qid=1699211939&sprefix=atomic+habits%2Caps%2C226&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/Lighter-Connect-Present-Expand-Future/dp/0593233174/ref=sr_1_1?crid=29GST640XET2G&keywords=lighter+yung+pueblo+book&qid=1699212025&sprefix=lighter+%2Caps%2C115&sr=8-1 Connect with Dr. Lewis https://www.drtimlewis.com/ https://medium.com/@drtimlewis For more information about Happiness and Well-being: https://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/ For more information about trauma: https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Recovery-Aftermath-Violence-Political/dp/0465087302 Connect with Simona www.instagram.com/simona__costantini www.instagram.com/costantiniproductions www.instagram.com/happinesshappenspodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXtOxOAuXxW7c5cYKdAEfWg https://twitter.com/simona_cos https://www.facebook.com/costantiniproductions https://www.facebook.com/happinesshappenspodcast/ www.simonacostantini.com
In this Bible Story, we return to the kingdom of Judah, where the wicked King Ahaz perished. In his place was Hezekiah - a young king whose righteousness was unmatched, not even by David himself. This story is inspired by 2 Chronicles 29-31 & 2 Kings 18:1-12. Go to BibleinaYear.com and learn the Bible in a Year.Today's Bible verse is 2 Chronicles 20 from the King James Version.Episode 149: As the armies of Assyria surrounded the kingdom of Judah, Hezekiah met with his men. As his men were brainstorming, they noticed a river on the map that gave water to the surrounding armies. The King ordered them to dam it and the armies of Assyria had nothing to drink. While Judah prepared for attack, Sennacherib sent men to taunt and divide the people of Judah. But Hezekiah, strong in faith, took his taunts and prayed to God for His intervention. And God answered by sending the Assyrian army away in shame.Hear the Bible come to life as Pastor Jack Graham leads you through the official BibleinaYear.com podcast. This Biblical Audio Experience will help you master wisdom from the world's greatest book. In each episode, you will learn to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Now understanding the Bible is easier than ever before; enjoy a cinematic audio experience full of inspirational storytelling, orchestral music, and profound commentary from world-renowned Pastor Jack Graham.Also, you can download the Pray.com app for more Christian content, including, Daily Prayers, Inspirational Testimonies, and Bedtime Bible Stories.Visit JackGraham.org for more resources on how to tap into God's power for successful Christian living.This episode is sponsored by Medi-Share, an innovative health care solution for Christians to save money without sacrificing quality.Pray.com is the digital destination of faith. With over 5,000 daily prayers, meditations, bedtime stories, and cinematic stories inspired by the Bible, the Pray.com app has everything you need to keep your focus on the Lord. Make Prayer a priority and download the #1 App for Prayer and Sleep today in the Apple app store or Google Play store.Executive Producers: Steve Gatena & Max BardProducer: Ben GammonHosted by: Pastor Jack GrahamMusic by: Andrew Morgan SmithBible Story narration by: Todd HaberkornSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Regina Badger shares her spiritual journey through psychedelics and how embracing life's challenges leads to growth. She and Jim discuss how we're all connected energetically and the importance of self-forgiveness. They talk about avoiding materialism and social media pressures, instead finding success through community and nature. Though their paths differ, they agree stepping into the unknown with beginner's mind opens us to possibilities. Overall, an insightful discussion on spirituality, letting go of control, and being open to life's journey. Are you finding benefit from this show? We appreciate any support with our Patreon page! Pledge as little as $1 a month for extra clips, behind the scenes and more at www.patreon.com/fishingwithoutbait ! Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Music, TuneIn or look for it on your favorite Podcatcher!
Do you have what it takes to be a leader? In this candid episode of 'Let's Talk People,' Emily tests the waters of what it truly means to lead in ever-evolving circumstances. She poses a compelling question: Do we genuinely have what it takes to lead today? Reflecting on her experiences, she dissects how most of us stumbled into leadership roles and navigate through the complex equation of responsibility and talent. Emily brings to light intriguing data suggesting only 10% of us are naturally born with leadership traits, inviting us to reassess how we measure our success. Join Emily on this journey that aims to redefine the meaning and methods of effective leadership. Access the episode transcript.Timestamps:(08:18) - The Self-Reflection of Leadership(12:53) - Seeking Feedback for Professional Growth (0:16:00) - Nurturing Leadership and Building Strong Teams(0:24:36) - Context and Results in LeadershipConnect with Emily on LinkedInCheck out Emily on InstagramCheck out Arose Group's website
Do you own your mistakes or are you ashamed of them?In this episode of The Real Estate Mindset Podcast, I chat with Harvey Yergin about his transition from stay-at-home dad to the world of real estate investing. He did this transition with nothing but a leap of faith and a few thousand dollars for a down payment on a $30,000 house. Harvey's tale of transformation continues as he turns the tables, moving from buying houses to wearing the wholesaler's hat himself. In our chat, Harvey underscores the power of mentorship and self-reflection in personal growth. He discloses how his brush with death impacted his view of life and emphasizes the alignment of resources with personal values. Harvey's narrative is an affirmation of the transformative power of trying new things - a testament to his evolution, both personally and professionally. What we discuss:(00:02) - Transitions and Life Experiences(15:06) - Starting Real Estate Career as Stay-at-Home Dad(21:44) - Transitioning Careers(35:55) - The Power of Coaching and Self-Reflection(42:13) - Learning From Mistakes and Defining Success(50:53) - The Power of Trying Something NewTo learn more about Harvey:Website: https://www.eosworldwide.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/entrepreneurialoperatingsystem/
Elephant in the room podcast hosted by DJ Ceesix and Dizzle the Comedian. These two are the complete opposite (Chalk and Cheese, lol), they get together weekly to discuss everything and nothing. Both Ceesix and Dizzle are of Jamaican heritage and in their 40s, and often reminisce on the old skool. WARNING!!! These two are facety and out of order, so this podcast can be raw, it could be offensive to some but one thing for sure; its always GOOD VIBES and oh yeah it's funny too. Subscribe to our Patreon for exclusive additional episodes and content posted weekly. (www.patreon.com/elephantintheroompod)
Join Maurice Harker, the Director of Life Changing Services, in an engaging episode that explores the profound concept of discovering and embracing one's true identity. In this workshop-style podcast, Maurice encourages listeners to participate actively and take notes while reflecting on the themes discussed. Maurice kicks off the episode by emphasizing the importance of teaching and learning based on eternal principles. He acknowledges that while he strives for accuracy, he is still mortal and may have teaching flaws. He reminds listeners that the most crucial lessons are often learned through personal prayer and pondering after the meeting. The episode delves into the idea of planning and its significance in one's life. Maurice shares anecdotes about people who have great intentions but often fail to follow through on their plans, leading to frustration and embarrassment. He highlights the risks associated with hoping for success but encourages listeners to embrace these risks, as achieving personal growth can be a rewarding outcome. Maurice introduces the concept of "the noble and great ones of the final generation" and the subtle satanic attacks that can erode one's self-worth. He challenges listeners to examine their self-imposed rules that may limit their potential. The episode also discusses the sources of the principles taught, which include elements from Stephen Covey's work, the Franklin Planner, and President Nelson's Pattern for Growth System. Maurice provides a homework assignment that involves creating a mission statement, identifying one's purpose, and defining the characteristics needed to fulfill that mission. He encourages participants to use the Battle Planner and take notes to track their inspirations and psychological challenges, which will be discussed further in the podcast series. Listeners are invited to invite friends and family to participate in the journey of self-discovery and transformation, making this episode a starting point for a life-changing process. Join Maurice Harker in this transformative exploration of your true identity and the potential to become one of the noble and great ones of the final generation. Want to read more about this topic? https://www.lifechangingservices.org/unlocking-your-potential-a-comprehensive-guide-to-self-improvement/ Rather Watch Something? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMMPdVv3_CY Check out the Eternal Warriors 3.0: https://www.lifechangingservices.org/eternal-warriors-workshop/
"Within months, the business failed and I went through a dark, suicidal depression..." Matt Lesser has a story to share: "I grew up in a small, lake community in northeast Indiana. We moved there because my dad had an opportunity to buy into a wholesale oil distributorship.Growing up in a town of 700, living with a family business, and attending a small, Christian school (my graduating class had 7) gave me a very narrow, sheltered view of life. I quickly realized how sheltered my life had been!..."Additional areas discussed include:-regular retreats for him and his employees with no technology -powers of solitude and silence-getting reflective and planning inward-having a support circle-recognizing when you are getting drained -how journaling can change your lifeAfter college, I moved to Florida for a short while. Realizing that was not what I wanted, I moved back to Indiana, proposed to my elementary school sweetheart (we met in 3rd grade and dated from our Junior year of high school on), and were married in 1996. Thinking I would pursue a Master's, my career took an unexpected turn. Instead of resigning, which I attempted, my dad left...and turned the business over to me. Thinking I could do anything because I was 25, arrogant, and prideful, I was about to experience reality. Within months, the business failed and I went through a dark, suicidal depression. Nearly a year later, a new business was born from the ashes, and nearly 12 years later that business was sold. In 2021, I finally jumped "all in" into my own business, after being told by many whom I had worked with over the years that I needed to do this."Link to his episode on Writing with Authors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5pBn7-N8aM&t=3sHave a question for a guest or host? Want to become a guest or show partner? Let's chat! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Music Credits: Adventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenBrought to you by Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call now for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807
Welcome to Episode 251 of The Full Frontal Living™ podcast. In this thought-provoking episode, Lisa candidly discusses and reflects on her 51 years of life, sharing lessons she's learned and wisdom she's gleaned over the years. She engages her listeners with insights about the importance of internal peace, personal growth and taking responsibility for their lives. Stay tuned as she shares 61 lessons from her 51 years that include letting go of black and white thinking, the law of attraction as a science, and the importance of setting boundaries. Listen as Lisa challenges societal norms, urging us to prioritize our own desires, and expresses the importance of understanding that no one outside of you has the answers. This episode is a treasure trove of knowledge and inspiration, underscoring Lisa's core coaching values - self integrity, responsibility, commitment, well-being and growth. From discussing personal commitment, acknowledging age and inevitable change, to facing fear and doubt, she's going to take you on a transformative journey. Each listener will undoubtedly find a lesson, an idea or a piece of wisdom that resonates with them. Enjoy the episode. To explore coaching with Lisa, apply www.lisacarpenter.ca/collective Connect on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lisacarpenterinc/
Out of curiosity, l listened to an older voicemail this week. It was from "this time last year." How many times have you said that to yourself, "This time last year I... " Maybe the end of that sentence is joyful. Maybe it's sad. But it's an exercise in self-reflection - which is the topic for today's SelfWork. This particular question is a sort of time travel in your own head and heart. Self-reflection isn't about over self-involvement: it's what we humans can do to get perspective and learn ways you might be getting in your own way of creating the life you want. Show you how to move out of depression or anxiety. And when you pair self-reflection with action - it can lead to healing change. So here are the self-reflective questions that lead to action that we're looking at today. What am I needing to still learn? What have I learned? When do I recognize that I need to put something new in place? Where was I last year at this time? What did I learn? What did I find out about myself? Why am I doing what I'm doing? What's my purpose? How do I want to put the answers to these questions in place in very real ways in my life? Advertisers' Link: Have you been putting off getting help? BetterHelp, the #1 online therapy provider, has a special offer for you now! You can hear more about this and many other topics by listening to my podcast, SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford. Subscribe to my website and receive my weekly newsletter including a blog post and podcast! If you'd like to join my FaceBook closed group, then click here and answer the membership questions! Welcome! My book entitled Perfectly Hidden Depression is available here! Its message is specifically for those with a struggle with strong perfectionism which acts to mask underlying emotional pain. But the many self-help techniques described can be used by everyone who chooses to begin to address emotions long hidden away that are clouding and sabotaging your current life. And there's another way to send me a message! You can record by clicking below and ask your question or make a comment. You'll have 90 seconds to do so and that time goes quickly. By recording, you're giving SelfWork (and me) permission to use your voice on the podcast. I'll look forward to hearing from you!
Do you feel like you fit in at your workplace? Research shows that one out of three new hires will quit within 90 days, 53% of people who have been with a company for half a year are still searching for a new job, and 75% of people experience anxiety before the work week begins. André Martine joins Kevin to explore the importance of having an authentic connection to your everyday work both from a personal and organizational perspective. They talk about the concept of fit, the trends in the world of work, and the connection between fit and belonging. They share insights for leaders on how to create a culture of fit and re-recruit their teams. Additionally, they discuss the role of fit in individual career development and offer advice for job seekers. Listen for... 00:00 Introduction 02:09 "Wrong Fit. Right Fit" Overview 04:55 Concept of Fit in the Workplace 06:45 Defining Authentic Connection in Fit 07:49 Work Methods in Organizations 08:19 Culture vs. Day-to-Day Work 09:01 Understanding Work Differences 09:19 Matching Individual Preferences 10:25 Leadership in Crisis 12:13 Brand and Work Principles 13:38 Location Strategy in Decision Making 14:04 Finding Organizational Solutions 15:37 Personal Work Preferences 16:05 Fit and Belonging 17:23 The Need to Fit In 18:01 Holistic View of Fit and Belonging 18:47 Employee Engagement Challenges 19:14 Recruiting Talent: Leadership's Role 20:34 Organizational and Leadership Perspectives on Fit 21:38 Mismatched Expectations 22:11 Recruiting in the Digital Age 23:20 Essential Leadership Questions 24:15 Leadership and Career Development Focus 24:53 Self-Reflection in Job Searching 25:57 Career Clarity Tools 26:46 Comfort vs. Boredom in Careers 28:03 Comfort as a Foundation 28:27 Personal Hobbies 29:02 Book Recommendations 30:16 Resources and Actions Steps Meet André Name: André Martin His Story: https://www.linkedin.com/in/docmartinpdx/ https://mondaymatters.substack.com/ This episode is brought to you by... The Long-Distance Team. Remote leadership experts, Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel, help leaders navigate the new world of remote and hybrid teams to design the culture they desire for their teams and organizations in their new book! Book Recommendations Wrong Fit, Right Fit: Why How We Work Matters More Than Ever by Andre Martin Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing by Pete Davis Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well by Amy C. Edmondson Related Episodes Thriving at Work with Gabriella Kellerman Creating the Life You Want in One Year with Wendy Leshgold Join Our Community If you want to view our live podcast episodes, hear about new releases, or chat with others who enjoy this podcast join one of our communities below. Join the Facebook Group Join the LinkedIn Group Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we'd be thrilled if you'd let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here's a quick guide for posting a review. Review on Apple: https://remarkablepodcast.com/itunes Podcast Better! Sign up with Libsyn and get up to 2 months free! Use promo code: RLP
This EP features Karuna Ramanathan, a Transformation Consultant and Coach with more than two decades of experience in supporting leaders and organizations through change and transformation. He was previously Deputy Head of the Singapore Armed Forces' Centre for Leadership Development, pioneering transformative leadership, learning, and coaching practices that remain in use in Singapore's military today. Prior to this, he captained navy ships, a Mine Hunter, and later, the new Landing Ship Tank. He earned a PhD in Leadership from the University of South Australia and is a certified Marshall Goldsmith Global Leadership Coach. I think you'll find there is a lot of gold in this podcast on leadership and change agency. Enjoy! If you liked this EP, please take the time to rate and comment, share with a friend, and connect with us on social channels IG @Kingopain, TW @BuiltbyScott, LI+FB Scott Livingston. You can find all things LYM at www.LYMLab.com, download your free Life Lab Starter Kit today and get busy living https://lymlab.com/free-lym-lab-starter/Please take the time to visit and connect with our sponsors, they are an essential part of our success:www.MatrixFitness.comwww.VALD.com https://bstrong.training/ - Take advantage of 10% savings and use the coupon code LYMBstrong
In this episode of Learn or Be Learned, host Shiva Dhanasekar and Marsha Vanwynsberghe dive into her journey of tackling family substance abuse through self-care and boundary-setting. Marsha imparts lessons on resilience and aligning with one's values, while sharing personal stories that underscore the power of direct confrontation and self-awareness in healing and personal development. Tune in for an inspiring discussion filled with actionable insights. Summary This episode provided valuable insights into overcoming life's challenges through self-reflection and personal growth. Guest Marsha Vanwynsberghe shared her story of dealing with teen substance abuse issues through developing self-awareness, setting healthy boundaries, and prioritizing self-care over escapism. She and host Shiva Dhanasekar discussed how building both physical and mental fortitude in tandem can help one effectively address difficult emotions. They also emphasized the importance of understanding one's core values and living congruently with them in order to heal from past struggles and create the best future. Listeners learned the importance of facing issues directly through open communication and developing a strong understanding of self. Key Take Aways Develop self-awareness through daily self-reflection on what is and isn't serving you. Check in on your feelings, values, and boundaries and make adjustments as needed. Address difficult emotions head-on rather than escaping through substances or other unhealthy coping mechanisms. Physical activity can help move emotions out of the body in 90 seconds. Gain clarity on your core values and live congruently with them by making choices that align. Understanding your true values will guide you in times of challenge or success. Meaningful Quotes "It's usually our fear of success that actually stops us, not our fear of failure. It's like it's fear of success." - Marsha Vanwynsberghe [1:05:24] "I think part of it is you have to create a new baseline of, you know, the of that zone of comfortability, you have to create a new baseline there." - Shiva Dhanasekar [1:09:53] "I think that to be very much true. And the more you build out that comfort zone as you stretch it, then all of a sudden, you start to build some trust within yourself that okay, I did this like I actually I've come I've come a ways." - Marsha Vanwynsberghe [1:10:07] "You just have to move, you just have to move. And when you have that drop-down of what you want to do. I think it's really I often call it A, you get this like a nudge from the universe." - Marsha Vanwynsberghe [1:12:39] "This episode provided valuable insights into overcoming life's challenges through self-reflection and personal growth." - Shiva Dhanasekar [1:13:16] Timestamps (0:00:00) - Introduction (0:12:39) - Physical Activity and Emotions (0:22:02) - Setting Boundaries (0:31:31) - Ownership and Blame (0:44:28) - Support Systems (0:51:07) - Difficult Emotions (1:00:00) - Fear of Success (1:04:07) - Self-Sabotage (1:07:02) - Comfort Zones (1:09:53) - Self-Reflection (1:12:39) - Following Intuition (1:13:16) - Overcoming Challenges Names, Materials, and Info Dropped in this Ep Books mentioned: Stay Close by Libby Cataldi Notable figures mentioned: Tony Robbins Brene Brown David Goggins Lisa Nichols Marsha Vanwynsberghe's Links Her Website: https://www.marshavanw.com Quiz on Blocks to Owning Your Story Quiz Her Coaching Website Her Book: Every Body Holds A Story My Information Podcast Link Page: www.solo.to/shivadhana Instagram: @shivadhana Email | email@example.com My YouTube Channel Review Me on Apple Show Notes, Tips & More Share a link to my podcast Thank you so much for listening, and I hope this time you invested with me provided you fruitful returns. Remember Friends, "You either learn from or you're learned from!" - Shiva D. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shivadhana/message