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In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Lois Hollis. Lois Hollis, RN, BSN, REV. is a shame guilt educator, counselor, and filmmaker. Lois shifts our opinion on one of the most taboo subjects, shame, and guilt. As a trailblazer, she helped create one of the first Kidney Hemodialysis Units in the USA in 1966. Today Lois establishes shame guilt as an independent study. Her 50 years of experience in health, 15 years of research, and counseling bring NEW knowledge of these misunderstood conditions to release us from shame guilt blaming. Lois' first film, Out of Discord Into Harmony, was released in 2008 and teaches how to communicate with your inner self. Her new film I'M GOOD FILM, just released, makes shame guilt visible. Lois lectured at the Wharton School University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, and other conferences. She shares 3 books and gives us readings from the spiritual realms of the Akashic Records. My readings help us out of shame guilt unworthiness. She was given a death sentence at 55 and now thrives at 78. Lois shows us how. “Shame Guilt is not ours to own or to give” This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Healing from Physical trauma is only one part of the journey 2) Learning how to connect your physical and spiritual sides to thrive 3) What do you do when western medicine fails you? 4) Learning what shame and quilt really is and how it affects you 5) Shame and guilt are the same energy and they are both the lowest form of negative vibration. This episode is about: In this episode, Jana and Lois discuss Healing from Physical trauma is only one part of the journey. Learning how to connect your physical and spiritual sides to thrive and shame/guilt is the same energy they are both the lowest negative vibrational energy. Get in touch with Lois: WEBSITE https://www.loishollis.com/ • Free e-book “Now is the Times” Writings from Spirit to release shame guilt and stay positive. • Free 15 minute call • Soulspeaks Healing information FILMS https://www.imgoodfilm.com/ • ”Out of Discord Into Harmony” 20 minutes Communicating with your emotions and inner critic • “I'M Good Film” Shame Guilt becomes visible 15 min. • I'M Good Film Song 3 minutes. PODCASTS https://www.loishollis.com/podcasts-loishollis/ • Full length • FIVE-MINUTE GOLDEN NUGGET Podcasts Newsletter https://www.loishollis.com/ • FREE e-book Five-Hundred Questions Have One Answer 500 examples of shame guilt behavior • Receive important updates. Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Get Your Free Copy of Best Holistic Life Magazine! One of the fastest-growing independent magazines centered around holistic living. https://www.bestholisticlife.com/ Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
This time last summer, I created a "Ditch the Shame" Facebook group, where I shared a different message, lesson, or resource that I have used to help myself live shamelessly! I decided to dig those messages up from the archives and to share them with all of you listeners in a 4 part series. My hope is that you can walk away feeling encouraged, empowered, and reawakened to #ShamelessLiving! Follow Me on Instagram: Kathryn @kcoll Heart + Sole @heartandsolepodcast Sole Fitness @_solefitness Join our Facebook Group! "Heart + Sole Podcast Insiders" Email all questions, stories, and advice needed to email@example.com! Sign up for the Sole Online Training App! Use coupon code 'SOLE20' for 20% off your first month!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heartandsole/support
We are kicking off the spirituality and creativity theme of the podcast, whoop! Our first guest is Christina Dunbar, a storyteller, poet, producer, and a doula for women's voices. For the past decade, she's worked as a transformational catalyst, helping women heal voice and visibility wounds through storytelling, writing, and soul work. In this episode, we have a conversation about sacred archetypes and how they manifest in the lives of women, the fear and vulnerability we feel when using our voice or displaying our creative endeavors, and owning the power of being a woman. Christina is one of my favorite people, especially to see her speak on stage. I really hope you enjoy our conversation. Some of the topics we discuss include: The sacred prostitute archetype and how that archetype work in the life of a woman (7:58) Some of the sub archetypes of the good girl and how they come up in terms of visibility and vulnerability with our voice + art (19:23) Fear around visibility vs. being witnessed (31:05) Shame that comes up for women around their body and sexuality and how that affects their voice and visibility (33:52) http://andreaowen.com/461
Strap in and hold on tight for an extra long episode this week! Jack and Jeremy experience one of the dumber Wrigley Field crowds they've had for the podcast including a boisterous frat boy, two dufuses who sit in their seats for literally two minutes, and a pair of annoying girls who did it all for the ‘gram. Then out at the bus, the guys get some very unexpected autographs which may include a guy who slapped another player this season over a fantasy football dispute (1:39:40). Jack and Jeremy also roast a few coaches and players who snubbed them for autographs. And finally, a previously discussed father and son grapher duo earn their way into the Rain Delay Theater Hall of Shame. This is kind of an angry episode, but hey, what do you expect when the weather turns hot and tensions rise?
You niggas couldn't even boycott Chick-Fil-A on a Sunday... Join our discord to chat and watch P-Valley with us every Sunday at 7:30pm est! https://discord.com/invite/q2rwfEJ22e SPOILER ALERT! P-Valley S2E4: 47:34 - 2:33:15 Check out our Patreon for bonus content! https://www.patreon.com/OneandaHalfLesbians Music by @Hirahxo https://soundcloud.com/amberthvt/i-like-my-shit-from-the-baby-x-hirahxo-open-zip Edits by Adriana Social Media: One and a Half Lesbians | Twitter & IG: @1point5lesbians Adriana, the lesbian (they/she) | Twitter: @ultralesbeam IG: somewhere_unknown Bee, the half (they/them) | Twitter & IG: @namastaywoke
This week, we're revisiting a conversation with my good friend, psychiatrist, and author, Dr. Curt Thompson. About today's conversation, Curt said, "Most of our well-intended attempts to counter the storms of our inner and outer lives involve identifying our problems and devising solutions for them. But in our hurry to diagnose and treat our diseases of the soul, we are often outrun by the very fear that is driving us to identify and resolve them.” This is perhaps one of the most emotional episodes I've ever recorded, but there's a holistic approach to understanding shame, loss, trauma, and our souls' deepest desire that I trust will bring a fresh perspective and hope to you today, so buckle-up. If you enjoy this episode with Curt, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 221: The Soul of Shame and What Shame Does to You (feat. Curt Thompson, M.D.) 226: Jamie Winship on Turning Chaos into Opportunity in Every Area of Your Life Episode Links: Dr. Thompson's Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Buy Dr. Thompson's new book on Amazon! Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow. Get the brand-new "Win the Week" email newsletter here. Connect with The Art of Leadership Network of podcasts here.
My special guest on today's episode is the one and only Brooke Thomas! Brooke has to be one of the most energetic and joyful people I know! And, she's got a fabulous love of bright colors like myself. On today's special episode, Brooke and I talk about all the things...cancer, entrepreneurship, inner critics and so much more. But we really get into silencing that voice in your head that tries to convince you that you can't push through. Dealing with that inner critic is a passion project for Brooke and has lead her to be a big cheerleader for women! You're going to enjoy today's episode. Hit the Highlights (o3:00) Meet Brooke Thomas (11:00) Leaving Corporate America (13:15) Believe bigger and speak it out loud (21:00) Keeping the inner critic at bay (27:55) Don't throw in the towel (31:23) Shame and women in business About Brooke Thomas Brooke Thomas is a powerhouse entrepreneur who has built an 8-figure empire empowering business women to write their own rules for success. Brooke has proven herself as an Elite Level Business Strategist leading multiple Masterminds and operating an exclusive membership-based coaching program. The Live Out Loud Masterminds operate strategically with systems that have proven to help thousands of women take their business to a level of success that they never knew was possible. Brooke hosts a successful weekly podcast, The Live Out Loud Show, giving women a free resource to create a major impact in their business, life and faith. Brooke is also recognized as a top network marketing leader, having risen to the top at two separate companies. Brooke has mastered the science of recruiting, sales growth, duplication, and advanced mindset training while building a community of proven leaders that love what they do. Brooke has a heart for the underserved and as a result, started a non-profit named Love Out Loud. Love Out Loud brings Faith-based business women together by offering them the opportunity to amplify their impact in the world by pooling their resources for the greater good. Brooke's journey began with her cancer diagnosis in 2004. She was diagnosed with stage 3 Melanoma diagnosis which was the catalyst to change her life and accelerate her pathway to success. Brooke is a highly sought after motivational and keynote speaker, author, and has been featured in numerous media outlets including Forbes, Huffington Post, and has appeared on multiple television networks. Brooke continues to be cancer free and is determined to live her life OUT LOUD with her family in Newport Beach, California and teach other women to do the same. Find Brooke on Instagram! Get Brooke's FREE 'Silence The Critic Playbook' by texting the word 'critic' to 310-564-7438 LEVEL UP! If you are looking for a multi-faceted, faith-based, high-end support and coaching that will help you get to the Next Level in your business…then I absolutely know The Creator's Next Level Mastermind is for you. Go to CreatorsNextLevel.com right now and get on the waitlist. You'll be the first to know when my private coaching group opens up! Subscribe and Review I am honored to show up each week on The Jennifer Allwood Show and bring you inspiring and actionable content that I hope is truly helpful for you. One of the best ways you can bless me in return is to subscribe to the show and leave a review! By subscribing, you allow each episode to be downloaded straight to your phone which helps our download numbers and makes sure you never miss an episode. And when you leave a review, you help show others the value of what we provide! You can GO HERE to subscribe and review!
Números 30: Votos y promesas.Números 30:9-15 RVA2015:“‘Todo voto hecho por una viuda o divorciada, por el cual asuma obligación, será válido para ella. “‘Si una mujer en casa de su marido hace un voto o asume una obligación bajo juramento, si su marido se entera, calla al respecto y no se lo prohíbe, todos sus votos serán válidos, y toda obligación que ella asuma será válida. Pero si su marido los anula el día en que se entera, todo lo que salió de sus labios con respecto a sus votos y a la obligación que ella asumió será nulo, porque su marido los anuló; y el SEÑOR la perdonará. Todo voto y todo juramento que contrae obligación para humillarse puede ser confirmado por su marido o anulado por su marido. Pero si su marido calla por completo al respecto, día tras día, entonces confirma todos los votos y todas las obligaciones que ella asumió. Los confirma al callar al respecto el día en que se entera de ellos. Si los anula algún tiempo después de haberse enterado, entonces él cargará con la culpa de ella '' '. -------------Este capítulo es muy particular porque es la ley donde se regulan los compromisos o las promesas que uno hace al Señor.Aquí vemos la importancia de la unidad, de estar en común acuerdo entre los miembros del hogar al hacer un voto al Señor. Usualmente, uno hace alguna clase de voto en un momento de fuertes emociones. Sea un momento de desesperación, de alegría, de tristeza, de susto o en un intento de acercarse más a Dios. Un voto debe ser algo plenamente analizado y consultado con las personas que viven con usted. Hacer un pacto con Dios solo o con una persona se debe tener en cuenta con alguien de autoridad para que no existan después conflictos por ese voto y, en vez de ser una bendición, se convierta en un tropiezo.El hijo debe consultar con sus padres y el casado o casada con su pareja. Usualmente, los hijos más jóvenes no tienen desarrollado el sentido común. El nivel de madurez es muy relativo dependiendo de la formación de cada persona, pero los jóvenes necesitan la guianza de los que llevan más tiempo viviendo sobre la tierra. A las mujeres como a los hombres, sus emociones o impulsos les pueden jugar una mala pasada al momento de tomar alguna decisión en un arranque de emoción como lo explicamos al principio. Recordemos el ejemplo de Eva y Adán; ella escuchó el argumento de la serpiente, moviendo sus emociones y haciéndola pensar que comer del fruto prohibido no era tan malo sino que, al contrario, iba a obtener un conocimiento superior. Eva, sin hablar primero con Dios y su marido, comió el fruto, después se lo dio a su marido y él comió también. Y después que comieron del fruto, la Biblia relata que en ese momento se les abrieron los ojos y se dieron cuenta que estaban desnudos. La vergüenza tomó el lugar de la pureza y la inocencia. El conocimiento del bien y el mal fue adquirido sacrificando la relación íntima con Dios. Su desobediencia trajo la muerte a sus vidas y a la humanidad, perdiendo el don glorioso de la inmortalidad. Y todo porque Adán y Eva hicieron ese voto de desobediencia, Eva por escuchar a la serpiente y obedecerla, ignorando la orden de Dios; y Adán por su silencio al no haber rechazado el ofrecimiento de Eva y comer la fruta. Para bien o para mal, Adán y Eva decidieron hacer un voto en común acuerdo y por eso la muerte, el dolor y el sufrimiento vino a ellos. Quizás si Adán hubiera rechazado a Eva, él no perdería su posición delante de Dios.Es bueno que la pareja se pongan de acuerdo para que el voto que hagan sea un voto de bendición, un compromiso que honre a Dios y honre a la familia. Ana hizo un voto a Dios que si le daba un hijo, ella lo dedicaría al Señor. Su esposo respetó su voto y asintió cumplirlo, por eso cuando Ana terminó de lactar y criarlo en los primeros años de infancia, cumplió su voto y fue de gran bendición, pues Samuel fue un gran instrumento en las manos de Dios, trajo avivamiento espiritual en Israel y ungió a los dos primeros reyes de Israel: Saul y David. Cualquier clase de voto de consagración personal o de alguna ofrenda especial se debe hacer con la persona que es responsable o cabeza del hogar. Eso sí, si prometes un día de ayuno, una ofrenda especial o algo que quieras hacer para Dios, no tardes en cumplirlo. No te apresures para hacer un voto, mira bien si puedes cumplirlo, pero no te tardes en cumplirlo cuando hayas estado seguro en querer hacerlo cuando llegue el día indicado, como dice en Eclesiastés 5:4-6: “Cuando hagas un voto a Dios no tardes en cumplirlo; porque él no se complace en los necios. Cumple lo que prometes. Mejor es que no prometas, que prometas y no cumplas. No dejes que tu boca te haga pecar ni digas delante del mensajero que fue un error. ¿Por qué habrá de airarse Dios a causa de tu voz y destruir la obra de tus manos?”Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor escuche tu oración y reciba tus votos.
Actor Terry Crews talks about his journey from a tough childhood growing up in Flint, Michigan, to breaking through in Hollywood and finding himself living a double life. He discusses what growing up in a cult did to him, finding real faith as a Christian, and the impact coming clean about his secret addictions has had on his life, family and career. Get more on this episode by going to https://careynieuwhof.com/episode505.
Jessica and Butch are back to talk about a variety of topics; mostly “intersectionality.” Opening Article from City Journal on Transsexuality linked to shame over being White. https://www.city-journal.org/the-assault-on-childrens-psyches Dostoevsky and the Pleasure of Taking Offense https://quillette.com/2022/06/17/the-duelist-mentalityon-the-allures-of-taking-offense/ The Rise and Fall of the Modern Self https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Triumph-Modern-Self-Individualism-ebook/dp/B089DNYCDY/ Closing of show, Jessica comments (possible tee up for next episode?) on the Orthodox Bishops' position on Sanctity of Life: https://www.assemblyofbishops.org/news/2022/human-life-sacredness (NOTE: The episode was recorded less than 24 hours before the decision was announced officially about the Dobbs case on abortion. So, guess what the topic will be for August.) ____________________________ Butch's New Gig: https://loudounfieldcenter.org SXole (formerly Great Conversation(s) Network): https://gc.inded.us (This Week is a teaser of our Video Format on Spotify... Normally the video version will ONLY be able to subscribers of SXOLE.) Same Blog tho: https://www.greatconversations.com
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Toxic positivity bleeds into everything, even something that should be as simple as finding balance. We're told that inner balance should be happy, calm, collected, smiling, laughing, ALWAYS, otherwise you aren't balanced. If you aren't constantly "Kumbaya", then you aren't balanced. Well, Jenny has some things to say about that in today's episode, where she defines what *true* inner balance is like and how to achieve it. Ditch that toxic positivity and 'perfectness' and allow yourself to go through the natural cycles and processes of finding and achieving inner balance.Want a complimentary FREE 30 MINUTE COACHING SESSION with Jenny?Leave a 5-star iTunes review for Shed the Shame, screenshot it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your FREE session! Find me on Social Media: Facebook - Jenny Whitens Instagram - @jenwhitens // @shedtheshamepodcastTwitter - @jenwhitens Interested in what services Jenny has to offer?Message Jenny on Instagram or Facebook for more info or schedule a complimentary discovery call HERE. Check out Jenny's Confidently Clear & Connected Community!CCCC is a private monthly group membership for women. It's a place for those who are new to self-healing, looking for guidance and support for self-care practices, and those seeking to come back home to themselves and their vision for their life. If you feel stuck and want to find your passion, purpose, and fire for life in a guided, safe container that's budget-friendly, this membership is for you. Interested in becoming a member? Follow the link below to get all the details!https://jenwhitenswellness.com
Shame left unchecked will have us stuck in our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. In this message, Pastor Irene shares three keys to reframing our pain so that we don't have to live with the shame of our trauma and mistakes. Reframe Your Shame By Pastor Irene Rollins is available for preorder now. https://irenerollins.com/reframe-your-shame/ At Union, we exist to help people unite with purpose. This is the podcast of Union Church led by Pastor Stephen Chandler.
In this episode Dr. Kelly Flanagan explains the concept of true self and false self and how the voice of shame obscures our clarity about our passion and vocation.Dr. Flanagan is a clinical psychologist and father known to millions for the letters he writes to his children and shares on his blog. Loveable is written to the little one in each of us, who is all too ready to be reminded: you are enough, you are not alone, and you matter.In his book Loveable, Dr. Flanagan reveals the core insight gleaned from his years of clinical work: you are here for a reason, yet you cannot truly awaken to it until you have first embraced your truest, worthiest self and then allowed yourself to be truly embraced by others.Weaving heart-warming storytelling, gentle insights, and the wisdom of Dr. Flanagan's Christian tradition—including his belief that we are all “the living, breathing bearers of the eternal, transcendent, and limitless Love that spun the planets and hung the stars”—these pages invite you to remember the name you were given before all other names: Loveable. To learn more and get access to his FREE Loveable mini-course, visit his website at www.drkellyflanagan.comIn this episode we cover:00:02:12 The 3 Essentials For A Truly Satisfying Life00:05:25 Worthiness00:07:44 True Self & False Self00:09:46 Tweaking00:12:11 Belonging00:17:37 Purpose00:22:02 People Who Get You00:23:39 PassionThanks so much for tuning in again this week. I appreciate you
2:55 Negative thinking and singleness 7:53 How to deal with sexual urges 10:56 How to stay disciplined with the Word 14:00 When to meet the family 17:35 churches, dating and marriage 19:25 Praying for a new job 22:07 Standards for wives 24:12 Is therapy necessary 26:30 When to leave a job 27:25 When to stop praying for someone 28:28 How to get closer to God 29:54 Marriage isn't cheap - advice for men 37:44 How to overcome shame 40:55 How to keep the sabbath
I am so excited to introduce you to today's guest Meisha Watson. She is an England native and now lives in Canada - so a Canadian English, I don't even know what you would call her. Meisha has so much life inside of her and so many incredible journeys, paths, and identities that she has lived beneath. But ultimately it's this knowing that she is more even than what she is right now, right? We all are. And I think there's such a gift to that, this openness in that she has multiple projects taking place, but is still conscientious of the ones that are super impactful, whether it's for the one or the 1 million. She's got an incredible show called, "Hey Meisha!" It's a faith based show on YouTube with four kids and she's the executive producer and host of it. Go check it out - after you listen to this episode! My coaching programs and 1:1 coaching has just a few open spots left! Book a call now to see if it is the right place for you! https://calendly.com/fitinfaithmedia/activation-intro-call Grow for God 2022 registration is OPEN! https://www.fitinfaithmedia.com/grow-for-god-con
Today on Rising, July 4th massacre suspect Robert Crimo in CUSTODY, had history of disturbing social media posts (00:00)Urgency is a WHITE SUPREMACY value'; BONKERS Oregon officials embrace 'antiracism': Robby Soave (12:31)POLICE STATE? Jayland Walker shot 60 TIMES over simple traffic stop: Olayemi Olurin (25:04)71% DON'T WANT Biden to tun in 2024, HAMMERED by Trump in hypothetical matchup (40:05)Trump support WANING as he abandons Populist ideals revealed by Jan 6 hearings: Batya Ungar-Sargon (51:41)Mass flight cancellations due to OVERREGULATION? Kim, Olayemi, and Robby debate (1:09:58)Kim Iversen: MASSIVE Dutch farmer protest puts Canadian freedom convoy to SHAME (1:19:09)Gavin Newsom TARGETS Floridians, ‘join us in California!' Effective? Kim, Robby, Olayemi debate (1:32:18)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.
Shame that most headbangers in North American are clueless as to the joys of the mighty Status Quo ... a band I consider to be the greatest rock'n'roll band of all time (move over Rolling Stones!). This episode we focus solely on Quo's golden era, a period where the band rocked hard and got down for some of the most righteous boogie ever put down to tape. Don't hold back, just roll over and lay down!!! Side One Piledriver (1972) (0:00) Paper Plane Hello! (1973) (2:49) Roll Over Lay Down Quo (1974) (8:32) Just Take Me (12:03) Break The Rules On The Level (1975) (15:42) Little Lady Blue For You (1976) (18:44) Mad About The Boy Side 2 (22:19) Rolling Home Rocking All Over The World (1977) (25:23) Hold You Back If You Can't Stand The Heat ... (1978) (29:54) Long Legged Linda Whatever You Want (1979) (33:27) Shady Lady (36:32) Rockin' On
When a child is particularly emotionally intelligent, and a parent is particularly emotionally vulnerable, an inversion of the typical relationship can occur where the child devotes themselves to meeting the parent's needs rather than the other way around. This can lead the child to lose touch with their own wants and needs – with their authentic self – which then leads to underlying feelings of worthlessness, uncertainty, and self-alienation in adulthood.Extreme versions of this pattern are known as parentification, but mild to moderate versions are surprisingly common. On today's episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore how we can heal from the effects of these difficult early experiences and rediscover who we truly are. This material was completely eye-opening for me, and it's one of my favorite episodes we've ever produced.Want to learn more? Check out Alice Miller's classic book The Drama of the Gifted Child.Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:55: Distinction between parentification and the gifted child5:05: Serving a psychological function - what is the “gift” we're talking about?7:50: Self-definition vs. defining yourself through relationship10:30: Examples of generational patterns16:45: Accumulation of subtle forms of parentification over time21:55: Patterns of interaction, and differentiation24:00: Summary of material so far27:00: “The manic defense against depression”30:30: What can people do?35:00: Love, aspiration, and power in parenting styles40:20: Creating a coherent (and balanced) narrative43:30: Seductive narratives, grief not shame, claiming your nature51:25: What emotions were you permitted?53:35: RecapWednesday Meditation Group: Join Rick for his freely offered online weekly meditation, talk, and discussion.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Try Splendid Spoon today and take meal-planning off your plate. Just go to SplendidSpoon.com/BEINGWELL for $50 off your first boxReady to shake up your protein Ritual? Being Well listeners get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/WELL.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Do you feel defined by what you've done wrong? Do you live with a nagging sense of shame and despair? Your life doesn't have to be defined by your pain or mistakes. You can receive forgiveness and healing for your past. You can have a fresh start. You can experience hope for your future! This episode will empower you to overcome the enemy's scheme of shame and step forward into the freedom Jesus has for you. Get your free Episode Reflection Guide here.
Every time you break a promise to yourself, you activate shame which strengthens the beliefs you have about your (lack of) worth, abilities and expectations. And as shame is the shadow of the Solar Plexus Chakra which is a power centre, you literally confirm the stories that keep you trapped where you don't want to be. In today's episode we're talking about the powerful connection between the energy centre, your willingness to take action and your likelihood of succeeding. And, as always, some action steps for you to move forward. WHAT IS SHAME AND WHY DO WE HAVE IT? HOW IS IT SHOWING UP FOR YOU? - BELOW ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES Setting incredibly high standards – perfectionism Set high expectations for others as well as yourself Triggered by failures Not achievement is ever “enough” AS WELL AS… Not being able to see anything through. Always breaking promises to yourself Never reaching your goals, or succeeding at ambitions or projects – no matter how hard you work WHY AM I SHARING THIS Because one of the most common things I hear when coaching ambitious action takers is they get frustrated with progress that doesn't match the action they put in. They always seem to be taking action, but recognise they fall in to thesame patterns over and over. THEY LITERALLY KNOW THAT THEY'RE IN THEIR OWN WAY BUT THEY CAN'T SEEM TO STOP IT – Dizzy Action Takers WHAT TO DO Having experienced decades of eating disorders and body shame; severe depression, bankrupcy, divorce, getting dumped in the most humiliating way, failing at business – I'm gratefully experienced with the Shame Centre. And I learned ONE thing which I'll share in this episode. And so to heal the wound of shame, we must CHOOSE to step away from judgement and in to innate worthiness. To accept ALL parts of ourselves (doesn't mean to say we don't need to work on them but we can do so from a place of acceptance vs judgement and rejection) Today I have one simple step - and it's teeny tiny PLUS Listen to podcast ep. 116 – Why Belieiving In Yourself is NOT The Problem and & ep. 117 The 4 Step Container Process To Inevitable Success Download your FREE Self Coaching and Confirmaton Cards Now
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Do you feel defined by what you've done wrong? Do you live with a nagging sense of shame and despair? Your life doesn't have to be defined by your pain or mistakes. You can receive forgiveness and healing for your past. You can have a fresh start. You can experience hope for your future! This episode will empower you to overcome the enemy's scheme of shame and step forward into the freedom Jesus has for you. Get your free Episode Reflection Guide here.
Greg has difficulty adjusting to a week without the internet. Meanwhile, Matt is concerned about South America's termite overlords. Matt petitions for government-issued crack after accusing Greg of psuedo-science for suggesting that black people have more trauma in their DNA. Greg is triggered by a yoga/wine brunch that Matt's ex has been attending. Matt reveals that he's more of an Easter Island head than a changeling and the two laugh about the January 6 committee making Trump sound like an action hero. Matt foresees Barron Trump guiding us through a utopian future. He remains pro-abortion at any age and is VERY concerned about Indian men and their apparent lack of self-control. He also clowns one of Greg's ex's that just won't leave him alone.
Two estranged cosmonauts, Anna Seibert and Caroline Kidwell, have promised not to watch SexyBack until 2029. In this episode we discuss extramarital affairs, reveal if we're still single, and debate the likelihood of strawberry kisses. Throw on a teen's dress and just TRY to break the chain while we spill some tips on how to live past one hundred.
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Artists Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly are touring on the Shannon in their solar-powered Eco Showboat - The theatre world mourns the passing of Peter Brook - A socially awkward inventor comes up with a plan to amuse himself and combat isolation - Shame // Less is a documentary shot in the Boilerhouse sauna, which shows Dublin's queer underbelly.
About This Episode: *Trigger Warning* This episode touches upon multiple losses, including that of a baby. This content is in the first 10 minutes of the actual conversation with Megan.My friends, this is one heck of an episode - and it's only Part 1! Megan is a wonderful, amazing mom. I decided to split our chat into two episodes as Part 1 is focused on Megan's story and her family, and Part 2 will be focused on Megan's learnings and tremendous growth she went through and how she's inspiring other moms to do the same. In this Part 1, Megan doesn't hesitate to be very vulnerable and forthcoming in her struggle to parent her neurodivergent child. I could really relate to so much that she said, and I have a feeling you will be able to as well. Here are just a few of the topics we discussed:-When there's trauma in the first year of the baby's life-Does needing an evaluation mean you've failed as a parent?-The shame that comes with raising a child with a mood disorder-The sheer magnitude of how very hard this motherhood journey is-Being a recovering people pleaser and "good girl" Please shower Megan with love and support by SHARING this episode with a mom who needs to hear her story!MORE:-Want to be a part of my support group community, Mothers Together? Head over to ontheharddays.com/motherstogether to sign up. It's not too late to join us in July!-Subscribe to On The Hard Days via Apple, Spotify, or however you get your podcasts. *Please leave a review* to spread the word to other moms around the world!
Abi Morgan's husband woke from a coma and didn't recognise her. Abi is a playwright and screenwriter based in London, and she'd made a name for herself writing successful and often highly emotional films and TV Series such as The Iron Lady, Shame, and The Split. In 2019 her life took such a strange and unfamiliar turn, she says it was almost like she'd landed in one of her scripts. Her partner Jacob was ill and put into a medically induced coma. Eight months later, he woke up, and no longer recognised Abi as his wife. Abi has written a book about her experiences called This Is Not a Pity Memoir. Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Harry Graham
Have you ever felt like you were unwanted or unwelcome in church? I know it is a painful reality for many of us. I am a pastor, and there are times I feel unwanted. Too real? Maybe, but we can all use a fresh wind of authenticity nowadays. So, what happens in the church when the doctrine of the Gospel of love and acceptance gets lost in a judgmental elitism where love for and the receiving sinners is not practiced. The answer is simple yet complicated. We simply act in ways that are not consistent with the Gospel of the kingdom of God. Jesus gracious teaches fall flat as we judge who is in and out. We judge the worthiness of others based upon the stringent standard of our culture and not the liberating reality of the real hope, joy, and relationship found in the kingdom of God. Jesus says to those who think they have it all together, "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter. Many will say to Me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?' And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; LEAVE ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS.' (Mt 7:21–23; also see Ps 6:8; Matt 25:41; Luke 13:27) These are scary verses! But in an often ineffective effort to balance grace and truth, we hurt countless souls. We set unrealistic standards of "holiness" for music, movies, dress, education, friends, relationships, media, service, and the worst is people. Shame on us! We have forgotten that Jesus says to all, "Come to me." Who are we to get in the way of anyone seeking to come to the gracious Savior of creation? References Luke 9:46–48 NASB2020 Matthew 11:28-30 ----- Call us: 208.524.4747 firstname.lastname@example.org Online Giving: https://watersprings.net/give.php Serve at Watersprings: https://watersprings.churchcenter.com/people/forms/8221 CCLI Streaming License: 20080252 Size E CCLI Copyright License: 1406906 Size F DISCLAIMER: Closed captioning and/or transcription is being provided solely for the convenience of our viewers. Watersprings Church does not review for accuracy any information that appears in a closed caption or transcript. Watersprings Church makes no representations or warranties, and expressly disclaims any responsibility or liability with respect to, any errors or omissions in, or the accuracy, reliability, timeliness or completeness of, any information that appears in a closed caption or transcript.
This week, AJ drops a BOMBSHELL and both hosts discuss things they've done that they vowed to never do.Follow us!@shamecast_official@bronwen_gale_art@trashWTCHcollective@aj_stalloni_artDrop us a email@example.comSupport the show
Welcome to Season 4 Episode 1! In this week's episode, I chat with Natalie Lee, a content creator, author, podcast host and public speaker on a liberating road of disruption to challenge and help you shed your shame. Following childhood trauma, Natalie was conditioned to view her body, sex and herself in a certain way which led to her not feeling complete and shameful. Natalie talks to us today about her powerful journey to pleasure and self-acceptance as we discuss the book she has written, Feeling Myself. I make no secret about how much I love this book and how I think it's a must-read for all women. Natalie shares with us about subjects that we possibly do not normally talk about with our friends and loved ones. We talk about the importance of questioning our own views around sex and how we can break any negative cycles we hold as well as how we can have important conversations about sexuality and sex within our households. This is a conversation that I know is going to have an impact. Key takeaways: Therapy can be hugely powerful in your healing journey It was important to consider how her experience had conditioned her and how she could start to make better choices Sex can be pleasurable She introduces us to ethical porn from a female gaze by creator Erika Lust Women don't connect with masturbation because they are told it's shameful and dirty How masturbation can be free and pleasurable and teach us so much about our own bodies Women have been conditioned to act as foot soldiers of misogynists and we need to be aware and break free from this People often assume that the default sexuality is heterosexuality How can we have conversations about sex and sexuality in our household to raise awareness within our family About Natalie: Natalie Lee began started her blog, Style Me Sunday, in July 2012. It began as a fashion blog but soon evolved as she changed and started to open up about other things like body confidence, mental health and her healing process. For a decade she has grown her platform from a blog to a brand, and now reaches women across various different mediums. Her book ‘Feeling Myself' is available to buy now. You can find out more about Natalie by: Visit her website: www.stylemesunday.co.uk Check out Instagram: www.instagram.com/stylemesunday About Sarah: Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life. Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here> Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz> She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners. Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin
Brandon Schwab is based in Chicago where he specializes in boutique assisted living. Brandon who is, founder, and CEO of Shepherd Premier Senior Living and Boutique Senior Living Fund had experienced first-hand the deficient care of his grandfather at a large, industrial-type senior living facility, he vowed to make improvements in the industry by starting his own senior living company that provides better, quality care to the elderly. It seems that parts of the US are significantly under-served with this class of product. To learn more or to connect with Brandon tune in to today's podcast and you can set up a time to speak with him directly. Brandon talks about his unique business model of syndicating small senior living assets. Episode Link: https://boutiqueseniorlivingfund.com/ wwww.shepherdpremierseriorliving.com www.brandonschwab.com Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum, and today I'm joined by Brandon Schwab, who is going to be talking to us about how he's turning the senior living facility industry upside down. So let's get into it… Brandon Schwab, what's going on, man? Thanks so much for taking the time to hang out with me today. I appreciate you coming on. Brandon: Hey, man, this year is awesome, man. Thank you for having me. Michael: Oh, of course and I think we're gonna have a lot of fun today, talking about senior living, which is I don't think we've ever covered this topic on the show before. So I'm super excited. Brandon: Never…? Michael: I don't think ever I don't think ever and shame. I know, I know, I know. Shame on us, that's our bad but give us the quick and dirty. We're gonna get into senior living in just a minute. Give us we can do it, who you are, where do you come from and what is it that you're doing in real estate today? Brandon: Down and dirty… I've been in Crystal Lake Illinois. For 35 years, I am 40. I've got two kids I got in real estate in 2010. But back before that, I actually opened up our own company at the age of about 15 years old. I did that for 14 years, until I figured out quickly that I didn't actually own anything. I thought I owned something the whole time. But I found out at the end, I didn't actually own any assets. So therefore, I didn't actually have anything to own to actually have up for sale. So I got into this industry in 2010. After I got crushed after 2008 happened. I at the age of 15. I was cleaning cars in RVs for 14 years and I thought I was crushing it doing there. I was taking home 200 220,000 per year but I was probably working 7080 hours per week. So like wholesaling back in 2010. Because I was like dude, I got paid like $200 for each car and probably about 500 for each RV. So like wholesaling in our first deal was like $1,000 I was like, do you know that would take me like 40 hours just to like, even come close to that and I said I have to get into that business. So that's it, man, it's awesome. Fast forward to today I am changing the industry for how the elderly are taking care of totally upside down. Michael: That's wait. So you're putting elders on their head? I don't think is that is that good for them? Brandon: We obtained we are changing the whole and we're changing the whole industry of how everyone thinks of it because typically, if you think of the older industry, right? You think of 100 to 200 type with a ton of elderly in there, right? Tons of them, right and they typically have a pretty terrible odor and the odor isn't very good. It's the odor because people don't get any help and then there's also the atmosphere of everyone asking for help because the average caregiver has to care for 20 to 30 people. I don't know on you, but we are in the top country in this whole entire and if that's how we care for the elderly, I feel like we didn't do things properly and they have to be totally turned upside down because how they're currently doing it isn't able to operate. I had a thing happen in our family back in 2004 where there was a person in our family who was 85 who ended up in a place for 200 beds and we pulled the pull cord to have people come in there to help them and it took them 10 minutes 15 minutes by 20 minutes like I'm getting like pretty irritated by 25 minutes like I just lose my shit and I go out to get a them to help them and I can't say I handled it all that well because I kind of exploded but like that's how I was first exposed and it turns out that's actually common to how the industry is able to operate and I said that's terrible. I hate this industry, hate it, hate it hate it. They bought 10 years after that I was down in Florida and I got exposed to a five a home that had five people in it and I was like what is this? You know at the time I had 23 homes in our total I began build In our portfolio in 2012, and by the end of 12, I had 23 homes and I had, I thought I kind of had everything figured out. Well, at the end of 14, I'm in this house down in Florida and I'm doing each one of these like arms kind of crossed, because I'm just looking at the place and I go, What is this? I haven't ever seen a home before that is it was probably a 2800 foot house. There was houses on each side, probably 10 or 12 feet from the house and I was just like, What is this because typically as I would go down to Florida, Kelly's dad would play his piano in the old folks home 328 times per year for 35 bucks and I hated going because it was typically in these huge in the elderly in the odor was just terrible and I was just like, if we can get out of that, is there anything that I can do that I don't have to actually, and I would offer to like cook to clean all of that just so I didn't have to go? Thank God, I didn't I didn't have any option because I was ill put this house and I was like, What is this? This is cool. It's it didn't have any odor. It had this awesome atmosphere and I was just like, how have I been in? How have I been investing in assets and I don't have any clue what this is and I asked the girl in charge, and I said, hey, how much do these people pay to be here and I threw out a figure of like 1500 or $2,000 in this girl did this hurt? Like her eyes came down here and like this girl's answer was like, and just kind of kept on walking and I was like, Kelly, what the hell was that answer? She didn't even answer me. So I ended up calling her and the girl goes, Brandon, I am sorry, I thought that you were only kidding because they begin at $5,200 a month, what times five people I'm like, that's $26,000 and every home that I had all 23 Our highest was like $2,200 per month and our average was like 18 and I said holy crap that one house with five people in it was outperforming every house that I had two times each month. And I was like, I'm in the I have to get into that business and by the time I was able to come home, I found a house in a town of 832 people and it was the house was 4880 feet on three acres. So like we bought it for 250 and put $550,000 into it right over the top. I got this house full by February of 17 and we were gross and 55,000 of income within a cost of the expenses of like 30 to 32,000 a month. So this house was jam on month, one month, one house, we were changing the industry to and offered this cool option that people have never heard of. Michael: So you're netting like 20 grand a month on this place. Brandon: Per house, yes and I have homes that are 1015 and 20 each home. So that's the that's the entry level for us, is 10, so… Michael: I mean, okay, I've like speeches, I have so many questions. So I've got to imagine caring for the elderly. This is a very medically intensive, medically heavy industry and so talk to us a little bit about how do you how do you get into this industry because I think there's so many barriers to medical and then care and I could go on but tell us how you how you got started. Brandon: So when I got going, I had everything in the to open up the house, right, I was able to open it. I even got the first two or three people in there, right and when I quickly got past like two or three people, I quickly figured out that I didn't really have the experience to operate them, right. So I was doing what I was trying to do to get the house full was I was calling on churches, in particularly wanting to talk to the head of each church. Now, I found out quickly that churches are hard to call on because they don't ever answer and they don't tend to call you back but I finally got one and I called in I was talking to the church pastor and honestly, I think he felt terrible for me because he's like, Brandon, you aren't so good at this like this is this isn't going to be your thing, right? So like he goes Brandon, hi god, their closest friend was in health care for 38 years. She just retired in in. She was getting kind of anxious to like go in to do things. So they introduced me and she was in health care industry for 38 years I ended up taking You're out to eat every Tuesday for about six months and I finally got her on our team, I got her to invest, but I had her in charge of operations and that was back in 2015. So I basically was able to open up homes, but I quickly figured out that I needed a team of experts to actually operate them. So after I had her in, it was in 2015, I kind of had her handle the ops and I focus on opening up homes. Michael: That is wild. So at the beginning, before you brought her up, where I mean, were you there at the home, cooking, cleaning, doing all that kind of stuff yourself? Brandon: No, I only had to go there when people didn't come in. So there was a handful of times where a person called in, and I had to go in there. That wasn't very fun and I quickly figured out I need to have things in place that that isn't going to ever happen over because I found out quickly that I am not very good when it comes to cleaning and taking care of people I quickly said, you know, I had to get out early. So I found people, I did have to cover a handful of shifts and I did call in for help because there were some things I just couldn't do. Michael: I can imagine, I can imagine. So when you're looking at properties, I mean, this first property, what about it kind of jumped out at you and said, Hey, this, this is a good candidate or a good prospect to purchase, you know, for this type of business. Brandon: So when I was down in Florida, I saw a five bed house in the five bed house was great. But the five bed house wasn't. It was geared for like an owner operator, a person that was in a health care field and I quickly figured out that that wasn't going to be us that I couldn't do that personally. So I decided to exercise. So I was looking for a first floor house, it was like 5000 feet, first floor 5000 feet. That's hard to find. So when I came back home, I thought that they'd be everywhere because down in Florida, there's 1800 of these homes. California has 2800 out there close to you, I think Arizona has 3000, Texas has 15,000 back by us. There's 55 by five, so I said… Michael: And when you say when you say these homes, you mean like single family homes in neighborhoods that are being used for senior care facilities. Brandon: So I am talking about homes that are caring for the elderly under 10 people. It is under 15 people per home. Michael: Okay, All right. So you had 55 in your market…? Brandon: 55 not in and there's 18 in all of Florida, and there was only 55 here, right and I said, that's bingo. Perfect I'm in, so that's how I first jumped in but a thing a thing that happened is when I first got in, there wasn't a ton of other people out there doing this. So I had to kind of go teach people this concept. So the healthcare part was definitely challenging but the houses that I was trying to find where four to 5000 feet, first floor only our first house, it was on three acres. It was a financial planner that I purchased that bought our debt built in office on to his house. So I had to open things up, I ended up putting 550,000 into the first house. So I had four private bedrooms, and I had three bedrooms for two people each. So for privates, and then I had three for two. So I had a total of 10. Did I go over, did I go overboard? Absolutely but I feel like if you're going to do anything, you have to do it how it ought to and I put three ADA A's on the inside for people to go to the psych bathroom, I only had to have only one and I had 380 access points to get into the house and out of the house and we just did everything over the top. So that's how I first got in and then beyond that house, it was harder to find that type of house over. So fast forward to today I've got five homes up and operating. I got two homes opening up in quarter three this year. And then in 2000 are in I also have 7.2 acres of land that I bought before COVID that I was going to put our own homes on. Michael: This is incredible. So what is the financing look like for these homes? I mean, can you go to a bank and say hey, I want the purchase. I want to purchase it at 20 and I want you to give me a line of credit for the construction for the rehab. I mean who's financing this type of stuff… Brandon: I had a chance, dude when I went in there to talk to these guys, they thought I had like, they couldn't get it. These guys are used to like, easy, typical type deals, when I told them that, that I was going to 10 people each paying 5000 to 5500. Each month, their heads literally exploded. They're like, Hey, man, why don't you come back after you do your first house? Then I'll talk to you and I was able to do that and they're like, hey, why don't you come back when you have two houses and then at that, at that part, I am like, you know, I don't think I'm going to actually go ask him for anything anymore. But like, that's how it happens. So a thing that I do for financing is I actually brought in private capital, from investors on a per L for each home and that's, that is how we did, I had to offer some pretty high IRR hours. But when you're first getting things going, that is your only option and a thing that I found that I was really good at is when I was buying properties, I was buying like oddball type properties, not the typical like three to 2200. So I was buying houses that were on properties that the typical family at the time weren't trying to buy, right. So I was buying houses that were on the app on the MLS for 200 days, 400 days, 500 days and what I would do is I would give them an offer for them to carry back financing at the full asking price. Or I would give them an offer for cash but the cash offer was like so like 50% and a lot of times I was just using that cash offer to help prop up the other offer but I've had a handful of times where when I was putting in those two offers, they would take the other one. So I bought one house off the MLS one time that was on for 2.4 million. I bought that for 750 cash and other time I bought one in Connecticut that was on the MLS for 2.1 million. I bought that one for 700,000. Michael: Okay, you are not kidding, those cash offers 30, that's incredible a budget you're solving for someone's like, that's… Brandon: Yeah, those are offers that as I was able to have them in I thought no ways anyone can ever take this off or like they are going to be like, click just kiss but they took him because our other offer was 1.8 million owner carry back financing and they just didn't take but that was probably only 30% of our upfront portfolio. The other ones, I've had them take the owner offer carrying back financing. So that so that is how we did hazing. Michael: And then you bring in investor capital to do the rehab, whatever upgrades you need. Yep, amazing. Brandon: Yes, sir. Michael: So like, when you're looking at properties, there's got to be at Imagine zoning limitations or requirements or local licensures that you need to get what, like, what should people be on the lookout for or how should someone be thinking about those? Brandon: Well, anyone that's thinking of getting into this themselves and having people operate it themselves, I would tell you don't do it. It is something that I casually got into it thinking that I could just figure it out and it's been one of the most challenging things I've done, where it's taken me eight years, open up five houses and it's challenging. But as I would look for houses, I would look for houses in an area where the household income, the average was over 80,000 and then one of the things that I would do is I would go to the population and I would look for a population of in each town over 65 years of age, I would look for like 10 to 12% plus, anything that was up over hire, that was awesome. I did buy the 7.2 acres of land, all of our first five homes, they're in towns where it's like, you know, 10 to 20 or 10 to 18% over the age right. And then the town that I bought this dirt in for 7.2 acres, we paid 220,000 per acre but it is located directly next to a Dell property. That's that is 5500 homes that are all 55 plus. So our percentage of over 65 in this town of 26,000 people is 32% Wow. Let's go. All of us purchase that. Before COVID. We were finishing that we got through entitlements, we were going to build six homes, 20 beds each and in office, it was gonna cost us $15.5 million. We had the all of that done, we even had a closing in place for a family office down in Florida, actually to give us a 10 $10.86 million at 12% and they were going to close March 13 2020. We were going to begin pushing dirt April 1, 2020. If you think back to the time, a little COVID pandemic entered into this plan, and the family office were two guys that were probably in their 70s or 80s themselves that earned a bulk of their family office capital from offices and they were in the class a office industry, right and they were trying to take cash out of that inputted into any other asset class and they ended up pulling out two days before closing. Yeah, because they were having tenants that GSA weren't paying. So it wasn't ideal, the overall timing of it, but our things have changed where we aren't building today because cost the build is just too high, where we are holding off until that cost comes back down and we are doing other things today that that fit what is going on. Michael: Okay, you should have told those guys look, you'll get a free room and board. Just give me the money. I'll build you a spot. Brandon: I was trying. It just wasn't great timing. I was like, what COVID? Come on. That's fine. It was just too early for us to have any clue. So yeah, unfortunately, they passed but I'm gearing things today now to try to build those connections up with those guys, because a ton of those guys have capital galore. So much dry powder that's just sitting, where if they can find an asset class that is out there that can help the elderly that can help give them awesome IRR that's going to top inflation and also help have a tangible asset. That's what they are looking for today. I think the days where people earn in 200% 300% Kryptos those days are kind of over for some time now, where people are looking for tangible assets today and I have this, so… Michael: That is amazing and so these houses, I would imagine they serve three meals a day, and they've got all the medical care and there's like it's like a proper business like you would expect to see if you went to a traditional elder care facility, you would have all those same amenities and sounds like and then more, right… Brandon: So a thing that's different for us for a for every home that has 10 Total people in it, I have a caregiver to every five to eight, five to eight total people compared to the other. The other competition has a caregiver every 1520 to 30 people. That's the thing that causes the old the overall odor. So in a home for 10 total people, I've got two caregivers in there from 7am till 10pm and then I've got a RN that comes in in the am and in the evening just to have eyes on everybody and then I have… that comes each week or as he has to write. So I offer everything in a home that is very cozy that other places have in 100 to 200 type building. Now, with that being said, it's actually harder for us to be as efficient as everyone else. As I only have 458 homes, I actually need like 1020 3040 80 homes to actually have things be efficient. So I'll tell you 10 Plus, under 10, it's hard to be efficient and that's a thing that keeps other people from being able to get into this overall industry or if they do get in there. They're the owner operator that owns a home or to homes but they're in it every day going 80 hours per week probably profiting 250 to 400,000 per year, but they're busy and I said you know I can't do that I'm going to operate a company that I can expand, to have time to go do other things. You know, I've our oldest is 14 years old and I openness that I could have time to coach him, right and I have been able to coach him playing baseball just since he was eight years old and that's only possible because everything here so time free is… Michael: That's amazing, Brandon. I think my last question for you. I mean, I have a million more, let's be honest but we gotta keep this within time. How do you insure the thing, is it like us traditional long term rental? Is it insured like a medical office? I mean, what does that look like? Brandon: Yeah, so the insurance is going to, you're going to have insurance on the overall asset but then you also have to have extra, the extra insurance for operating it for E and O for if anything is able to happen, if anyone's able to get hurt all of that. That's typically about $800 Each house each month but a thing for us, though, is because I haven't had any issues. Over the past eight years, we haven't had any, any type claims, whereas you're in a home with only 10 people, if you offer on if you offer awesome care, they don't tend to have any issues and that's what's awesome on this because typically at the other places for 100 to 200. They have a they've got a caregiver to every 20 to 30 people because the owners are trying to get it to earn extra money. The only avenue to do that is either to push up your income or to cut your expenses. That's the only thing to change the actual NOI. So what they typically do is they cut the care giver item, which is going to an increase the NOI. However, when people are able to have issues and they are able to pass, then you have their families, a attorneys after you and they're pissed, telling everyone how terrible you are. I always feel that it is better to do things how they ought to be done upfront, even if it's harder, because everything that I'm able to do is harder. Like this isn't easy by any means I would tell you, it takes you getting to like home tend to like really cover the overhead. The overhead I found to truly operate this properly, is over 500,000 per year and in order to pay for that you need enough houses paying towards that, to don't have each house covered in too much expenses that they just can't cover, so… Michael: That makes total sense. Big numbers… Brandon: Big numbers. Michael: Yeah, awesome Brandon, this was so much fun, man. If people want to learn more about you reach out with additional questions. What's the best way for them to do that? Brandon: They can they can call me or text me. So on my phone, you can call me at 815-790-2330 or else you can call our office of 847-380-8624, yes, 847-380-8624. Michael: Amazing and do you have a website that people can check out as well? Brandon: I do for our fund but our fund isn't for everyone or funds only for a for investors that are a core they are qualified purchasers. So it's a tear a BB it's a 506 C they can check that out their shepherd, our operating company, I can get you the page to put in there. So it is well just for anyone to put eyeballs on our actual homes or our fund is https://boutiqueseniorlivingfund.com/ Michael: Awesome. Brandon: That is that as well, man. Thanks for taking time to talk with us today, man. This has been awesome! Michael: It has been a pleasure, I am sure we'll be in touch soon and take care. Okay, everyone, that was our show a big thank you to Brandon for coming on super, super interesting topic that like I showed at the beginning of the show. I don't think we've ever had someone on the show talking about this topic, so really interesting. Definitely go check out Brandon's fund, and it's an interesting asset class. See where it goes from here. As always, thanks so much for watching or listening, and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing…
Welcome fellow adventurers! The discussion about shame continues right here on the Masculine Journey After Hours Podcast. The clips are from "The Butterfly Circus," and "Star Trek." There's no advertising or commercials, just men of God, talking and getting to the truth of the matter. The conversation and Journey continues.
Welcome fellow adventurers! We are back to discussing the tools of the enemy. This week, the guys talk about shame, and the discussion on the tools of the enemy continues. The clips are from "Despicable Me," and a clip of Carrie Ten Boom. The journey continues, so grab your gear and be blessed, right here on the Masculine Journey Radio Show. Be sure to check out our other podcasts, Masculine Journey After Hours and Masculine Journey Joyride.
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Shame. An emotion we all feel but no one wants to talk about. It's heavy, all-consuming, and keeps us isolated and stuck. This episode is all about letting go of shame. First, you'll learn about the origins of shame and how it often pretends to be useful. You'll learn how shame sabotages our efforts to heal and doesn't allow us to see things as they really are. Want to know what the cure is to shame? Give this episode a listen and you'll have real steps to take to manage the shame of your spouses' infidelity. It will set you free! Want to get on the waitlist for the next round of my group coaching program? Sign up here. Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! For transcripts and other available downloads, please visit our website at https://andreagiles.com/podcast/ © 2022 Andrea Giles
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Today's guest, Sara Lohse, is invested in sharing truth about money with people of all ages and all ethnicities and doing so in a way that is really different than Dave Ramsey. I love the way that she shares about it in a new, fresh way that is tangibly applicable for some who might not be to that stage, who are a little bit further along, or younger and not thinking about some of the things that Dave Ramsey is teaching to. She is focused on really making financial wealth, abundance, and prosperity attainable for everyone. I hope that you guys enjoy today's conversation with Sara. It is full of golden nuggets that are better than money actually. My coaching programs and 1:1 coaching has just a few open spots left! Book a call now to see if it is the right place for you! https://calendly.com/fitinfaithmedia/activation-intro-call Grow for God 2022 registration is OPEN! https://www.fitinfaithmedia.com/grow-for-god-con
Therapist Dr. Judy Cha knows that God's love can transform lives. As the director of Redeemer Counseling Services in New York City, she's seen that when people can be present with their pain without judgment for what they're feeling, they can put aside the shackles of shame to become a vessel for God's goodness in ways they could've never imagined. Quotes “My relationship with God has definitely changed how I see people. No, they're not just objects of my curiosity. People are His most prized possession, His lost treasure He came to reclaim. So people are precious, highly regarded across all races, gender, socioeconomic status.” —Dr. Judy Cha “Sin didn't just affect the human heart. It affected everything in creation. So we live in a broken world with broken people.” —Dr. Judy Cha “By being attentive, by being present without judgment over and over again, this becomes a corrective experience for our clients. And it shifts the way that they see themselves, that they are valued, accepted, and loved, and they see us as loving, kind, and accepting people.” —Dr. Judy Cha“How we experience other people is highly correlated to how we experience God. So in order to change the way that they relate to God, people need these relational experiences that are different from their history that reflect and represent who God is.” —Dr. Judy Cha “We can find rest because we know that He is with us and He loves us and we can reach a place of peace.” —Dr. Judy Cha Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeRedeemer Counseling Services Westminster Theological Seminary 1 Corinthians 13:1–2 NIV Connect with Sally Lloyd-JonesJesus Storybook Bible Facebook Jesus Storybook Bible Instagram Sally's website Sally's Facebook Sally's Instagram *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*
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On today's episode I talk about why Narcissists are always on the defensive because they are trying to avoid shame. Shame is one of the biggest things that narcissists are trying to avoid. Welcome my channel! If this is your first time seeing my face or hearing my voice, my name is Lee and I am a self aware narcissist. I have narcissistic personality disorder ( NPD ) and I've been in therapy for my personality disorder since 2017 and it has definitely changed my life because without it, I would have lost everything. The point of these videos is to help bring awareness from the other side of the narcissistic *buse spectrum. All my videos give perspective on why many narcissists do what they do and the possible different reasons behind them. The victims and survivors get validation and the Narcissists (those that are willing) get to see that you can get help and that you are not alone. 1 on 1's and all my links - https://beacons.page/mentalhealness You can find me on - Tiktok MentalHealness - https://www.tiktok.com/@mentalhealness?lang=en Insta- Mentalhealnesss - https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealnesss/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealness85 Click the BEACON up top for direct links. Thank you so much and lets HEAL together --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/support