Zen That Beat's song “I Am The Light” came up on my Spotify Discover Playlist, and that's when I knew I was meant to have Ryan Holiday, the human behind Zen That Beat, on the podcast. We discuss: Being a conduit for what wants to come through you How hitting a rock bottom led Ryan to making music for yoga How creative constrains can allow the creativity to flow What happens when you release the need to please critics and follow what's meant to come through you A different way of approaching music distribution and choosing to make his music royalty-free How Zen That Beat monetizes his music The joy of not knowing what exactly you're creating Bringing childlike wonder to everything you do Utilizing your voice as an instrument Releasing societal norms and paving your way as an artist Redefining success and letting go stereotypes about artists Ryan's vision for playing his music in live yoga classes and journeys Why sitting down and writing music every day is more important than any other rituals around creativity Ksenia shares ideas on how to promote music on social media Showing up honestly on social media Reconnecting to being inspired to share on Instagram after burning out Ksenia shares social media growth journey Why consistency is more important than vitality on social media Mentioned: Zencastr - use code KSENIA for 30% off Cat Stepan on TikTok @danilostankovicmusic on TikTok Connect with Ksenia: kseniabrief.com Ksenia's email list Instagram @ksenia.brief YouTube Ksenia Brief TikTok @ksenia.brief Subscribe, rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts Follow the podcast on Spotify Related episodes: 185 Eric Brief: The Courageous Road to “I Am An Artist” and Finding Your Own Way On Social Media 186 Join Me For 11 Days Of Sharing On Social Media | Hyping You Up To Share Your Medicine with The World 158 Mose: Co-creating with The Spirit of Plants, Cacao Dance and Being A Channel for Healing Through Music 152 Ceremonial Singer-Songwriter Ayla Schafer: Music as a Spiritual Force Connect with Zen That Beat: Zenthatbeat.com Zen That Beat on Spotify Zen That Beat on YouTube @zenthatbeat on Instagram @zenthatbeat on TikTok Episode sponsor: I'm so excited to share with you that my #1 podcasting tool since day one of this podcast – Zencastr – is sponsoring this episode. Zencastr provides crystal clear sound and gorgeous HD video. What I love about it is that it records separate audio and video tracks for me and the guest, so the editing process is a lot more customized. Plus, there's secured cloud backup, so you never lose your interviews. It's super easy to use — there's nothing to download, my guests just click on the link and we start recording. Go to zencastr.com/pricing and enter promo code KSENIA to get 30% off your first three months with PRO account. It includes unlimited audio and video recordings, hosting up to 4 guests at once, audio and video mixing and unlimited English transcriptions. You get a 14 day trial and can always downgrade to the free account if you choose to. It's time to share your story!
Showing up online has never been more important than it is today. That's why it's essential to utilize personal branding and online marketing to get your message to your audience. In this episode, Mike speaks with business growth and tech/online marketing expert Jim Carter about the power of a personal brand and identifying what you loven and how to get your message seen and heard online. Never Miss An Episode! Follow the Podcast: Apple Spotify YouTube Stitcher Google Podcasts Android
EPISODE 6 When everyone is picking out their word of the year, almost every person with ADHD will want to pick “Consistency” because we're just not so good at it! I challenged that belief and I don't quite subscribe to that anymore because it's not very realistic for me. In the previous episode, I talked about how inconsistency shows up for me, how it personally affects me and shared some ways on how we can shift the narratives. In this episode, I shared a little bit about how I do this with my business, why being persistent is more important than being consistent and some tangible tips to implement it in your business. Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional. I am not licensed or certified, but I'm just sharing my personal experience as someone diagnosed with ADHD. (01:23) How inconsistency shows up in our business as ADHD entrepreneurs (02:32) Tangible tips on prioritizing the areas in your business where you could manifest consistency (05:02) Showing up for your business with flexibility (07:27) Persistency over consistency (08:59) How our ADHD brains protect us from the stress and heaviness we're feeling from our business and when to seek help (14:32) The Mastermind Program for badass ADHD female entrepreneurs Links: Apply to join The Thriving ADHD Business Mastermind (limited spots) Join my Membership for ADHD Entrepreneurs Connect with Jessi on Instagram @adhdfemaleentrepreneurs Join the ADHD Female Entrepreneurs Community Facebook Group Visit the ADHD Female Entrepreneurs website
Hour 2: Craig has a great idea for Evan's first book. Craig & Evan both agreed showing Julius Randle's son on TV after he missed a key free throw was not in good taste. And Craig is excited about a great weekend of football but it reminds him of how bad the Giants and Jets are.
In this episode we have brought back the amazing Dan Lenard as he has taken on the role as President of the World Voice Organization! Wovo is a member driven industry association that communicate the importance of voice acting to the public and business leaders, affirm the power of professional quality voicing and recording, and inspire through articles and recognition of achievement and excellence. So I wanted to get an idea of what the future of this organization looks like straight from the horse's mouth! What is the World Voice Organization? What are the goals and action plans of how to continue building this amazing resource. Showing the world how valuable we voice actors are! I really hope you enjoy listening to Dan discuss how he is taking the reigns in this presidential role, in my opinion he is meant for, and how he plans to make it easier for clients to understand our value and hire us. If you would like to learn more about World Voices, it's amazing upcoming projects, and become a member, you can visit https://www.world-voices.org/ Thank you for listening, and I'll see you next time!
Gold medal olympian and entrepreneur Kerri Walsh Jennings joins Chris to discuss how she's optimized performance in her life and career. Specifically, she explains how she nurtures her body, mind, and spirit. They talk about why you should have range instead of specializing in specific skills, how self-awareness can change your perspective and your actions, and lessons from performance psychology that you can apply to your life. Kerri Walsh Jennings (@kerrileewalsh) is a professional beach volleyball athlete. She holds the beach volleyball record for most Olympic medals - three golds and a bronze, has the most career victories, and the highest earnings of any female player. She and her husband Casey (also a professional volleyball player) started a company called p1440 built around the culture and sport of beach volleyball.Full show notes at: https://allthehacks.com/performance-psychology-kerri-walsh-jennings Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Kerri Walsh Jennings: Instagram | TwitterP1440: Website | Instagram | TwitterRange: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized world by David EpsteinSeeking Health supplementsThe Cold PlungeFirefly Recovery DeviceTENS Units for Pain ReliefAlpina Hotel in Gstaad, Switzerland Full Show NotesWho is Kerri Walsh Jennings? [00:15]Experimenting with self-optimization. [01:37]Expecting to be a pro-athlete since Kerri was a child. [02:38]Generalization vs. specialization: which way should you go? [03:24]Showing your kids your ambition. [04:47]Having role models that are not exactly like you. [08:28]How to make a living playing beach volleyball. [10:35]Kerri 's past side hustles. [13:12]Getting 3 Olympic medals. [14:37]Where do Olympians store their medals? [16:08]Will Kerri Walsh Jennings retire this year? [16:37]Winning for a whole year: how did she do it? [18:39]How to sincerely be present in the moment. [22:00]What's more important: the mental or the physical? [25:56]Lessons from performance psychologists that you can apply to your life. [27:30]What is neutral self-talk (and how you can use it)? [28:40]The secret to making positive self-talk easy. [30:49]How you can train yourself to be self-aware and course-correcting in the moment. [35:35]Kerri's body-mind-spirit health routine. [39:46]How to do a cold plunge at home. [44:27]Winning a gold medal WHILE being pregnant (work-life balance athlete as a pro athlete). [46:41]Life lessons Kerri shares with her children. [49:45]The magical power of meaningful fatherhood. [52:42] Travel tips and hacks from a pro athlete. [54:05]Why Kerri started a company (p1440)? [57:05]What athletes can teach entrepreneurs. [59:50]Why you should document memorable moments every month. [1:02:31]How to connect with Kerri and p1440. [1:05:12] SponsorsStarshipThis episode is brought to you by Starship. Are you looking for a new HSA? You can get one free with Starship and signing up only takes a few minutes. If you're not familiar with HSAs, they're health savings accounts for health-related expenses like doctor appointments, glasses, prescriptions, and over-the-counter meds. The best part is that an HSA from Starship lets you get tax breaks on account contributions, when purchasing eligible expenses and on any investment growth.In the past, my HSAs have had high monthly fees and I've been forced to invest through an old school brokerage. That's why I'm so excited about Starship – there are no hidden fees, no minimum balance fees, and no monthly maintenance fees. 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Today is a solo episode and is something near and dear to my heart as I am an instagrammer myself before actually starting my Amazon journey. That said, I have quite the background and I'm gladly sharing with you how Influencer marketing via Instagram works. If there is one platform that you'll find easy to market your products, it's Instagram. I'm gonna share with you tips on how to stress-free influencer marketing. to get So sit back, relax and tune in! In This Episode: [00:28] Influencer marketing via Instagram with me Noemi [00:50] Why Instagram? [02:10] Knowing exactly who you want to work with. [02:30] Active Instagrammer. [03:10] Delivers quality pictures. [04:15] Building structured DM sequence. [06:00] Making sure you have a clear direction. [07:58] Who to approach? [08:50] Showing your interest. [11:40] How to reach out? Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
Sara welcomes her good friend and Daily Caller Investigative Reporter Jennie Taer to discuss their latest reporting on our immigration crisis, including illegal migrants being allowed to fly on domestic airlines without presenting any identification. Taer also reveals that government officials are not responsive to media requests because they have no answers. Sara also highlights […]
Sara welcomes her good friend and Daily Caller Investigative Reporter Jennie Taer to discuss their latest reporting on our immigration crisis, including illegal migrants being allowed to fly on domestic airlines without presenting any identification. Taer also reveals that government officials are not responsive to media requests because they have no answers.Sara also highlights California Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan to provide "free" health care to illegals in his state. She also explains that Democrats are not pushing ideas like this out of benevolence. They want voters than can "own" by demanding votes in exchange for free stuff.And Sara takes aim at President Biden for his revolting speech comparing opponents of his agenda to segregationists and Confederates and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki for refusing to condemn an Iranian video depicting a drone strike against President Trump..Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/chicksNo supply chain issues with My Pillow! Shop now with confidence. Use code CARTER at check out. The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Universal CoinCall Universal Coin at 1-800-UCB-GOLD for your pure silver President Trump tribute coin at dealers cost.
dadAWESOME We're on a mission to add LIFE to the dad life. We're passionate about helping dads live fully alive as they lead their kids to God's awesomeness. | YouTube | Instagram | Facebook Matt Anderson Matt and his wife, Robin, have been leading in local church ministry for almost 25 years. They've served churches in Indiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Arizona. Matt and Robin met in college, at Anderson University (Indiana). They love desert living with their three boys: Connor (2001), Calvin (2004), and Charlie (2010). Together, Matt and Robin love traveling to new places, exploring great restaurants, and long walks. Matt loves being outside - hiking, running, and golf. He's a fan of college sports (War Eagle!) and all things SEC even though they live in the southwest. Matt and Robin love being a part of the local church and God's mission to redeem and restore all people through the love of Jesus. Dallas dadAWESOME Meet-Up Join us at 7:30pm on Thursday, January 27th for the Dallas Area Meet-Up RSVP here Show Notes: 2:35 - Andy Stanley Quote: "Relationships are built on small, consistent deposits of time. You can't cram for what's most important. If you want to connect with your kids, you've got to be available consistently, not randomly" 3:18 - When it comes to parenting, you can't get near the end and just cram a bunch in and hope that it sticks. It's more about the long game... these little investments of time over time, which will pay off in the long haul." 4:02 - ... "his goal of parenting and what they kept in their minds was they wanted their kids to come home after they left home. They wanted their kids to have a relationship with them that they could invest over the long haul. 5:36 - "We would go away some summers for three weeks and no distractions out of town. So we're not here where work is calling and the different things are calling. And it was this summer rhythm that our kids grew to love and we grew to love because, I mean, uninterrupted, two to three weeks with your family in a place away from home, away from the normal, I would say that's one of the things I've been most thankful for..." 7:45 - Story of Matt's dad and his grandfather 9:34 - "I grew up without a grandfather on that side, and my dad never knew really the approval of his father that all of us need. I think we all need to know that our our fathers look at us and say, I approve of you. You know, I'm I'm proud of you. I love you. And so my dad intentionally because he didn't get that, did that with us. He he continually. We never we never doubted that our parents loved us." 11:35 - "I think we all grew up in an environment. We all grew up with a certain perspective. And if we're not intentional, we just repeat so many rhythms of our past, including the painful pieces that can can really hurt kids over time" 12:02 - Story of when Matt's parents divorced 13:33 - "For Robin and I, I think we've really said we're going to choose our family. You know, we we choose each other even in the difficult moments. Like I said, her and I are opposites, so we we see things very differently. Our perspective on parenting many times is very, very different. But we remind ourselves we're on the same team. At the end of the day, we've we've chosen each other and we're going to continue to choose each other and we're going to choose our family over just about everything else because we believe this is how God will be honored in our lives, in our kids lives. And so we just choose it. We make a decision to choose our family" 15:32 - "The the way that I was parenting my oldest was destroying our relationship mine and his relationship. And I remember sitting down as a hard conversation. I remember Robin saying to me, You're you're you're going to to ruin your relationship long term with Connor if you don't change some things." 16:06 - "Robin and I made a conscious decision to, in a sense, switch roles that was early high school with him, late middle school, early high school. I step back for more the authoritarian type role, and she stepped into that role and I stepped more into a relational role with him through that season." 17:11 - "I was the one always on him about homework, about tests that were coming up, even about sports, you know, practicing and all of those things. And I intentionally stepped back, disengaged from much of the homework discussion, much of the test discussion, not all of it. Like, I didn't become a hands off dad, but I step back, let her step into that role and I step more into the encouraging, just supportive. Anything I can help you with kind of a role. 18:35 - "my number one thing that I would coach on is what you are modeling is what they're going to repeat..." 21:29 - "kids need to see their dad's emotions. The gentle emotions that the the emotions of pain they need to see their dads cry at times and not in a in a fake way, but they need to see that we're emotional people." 23:59 - Normalizing conversation Message from Matt and Robin on Parenting 27:10 - You know, when's the right time? And we felt like in that fourth to fifth grade age range and in the sixth grade, they were going to start hearing plenty on intimacy and sex and all of that. And so we wanted to try to get on the front end of the conversation. 28:34 - "that's really our responsibility as we get to introduce our kids to God and the way that we parent. We're saying a lot. We're teaching our kids a lot about who their Heavenly Father is..." 29:01 - "Just be intentional. Don't just go with the flow. And Paul says this in Romans don't just go go with the flow of culture, because if you go with the flow of culture, you're going to end up in a broken place. So be intentional. Let God, you know, change you by transforming, by changing the way that you think. So be intentional. Open your mind to God's spirit. Be intentional in your parenting" 29:46 - "Just don't quit like it. The stakes are too high. Don't give up yet. Like, keep parenting, stay engaged. Parenting changes. You've got to change the way you parent when they get in middle school and high school. But don't don't quit parenting. Don't try to be a friend too early. The friendship will come later, which I'm finding is true as the kids get into. As my oldest is in college, we have this different kind of relationship that's more of a friendship, and I still get to mentor and parent in some ways, but it's so beautiful to see. Don't start too early. Like, stay in the game." 30:28 - Matt's Prayer Episode Links: https://mcdowell.church/ MESSAGE WITH THE PRACTICAL PARENTING TIPS Make a Donation to dadAWESOME Join the dadAWESOME Prayer Team https://dadawesome.org/tour/ Conversation Transcript Coming Soon!
AEW Dynamite 1/12/22 review, results, and livestream post show with @JDfromNY206 on Off The Script. The popular Twitter account WrestleVotes is reporting that WWE has their eye on Wardlow and they are extremely interested in signing him when his AEW contract expires. How likely would it be for Wardlow to jump ship to WWE? Question at this point is, why would anyone seeing what they have done to talent? AEW Dynamite Jan 12th 2022:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7Q7J8f1F6o Key Talking Points Team apathy- Is the owner being disengaged or having burnout? Maya Angelou quote - “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” If we don't care how the other person feels, we have failed. Showing you care with customers and employees Leadership role- make the people your passion Engagement survey- is there someone at work that encourages my development? Does my supervisor care about me as a person? Think about the last time you had an engaged server at a restaurant- how did that make you feel? What are your employee roadblocks? How can you remove that roadblock for them? How are you doing? How are we doing? How is the company doing? Performance management instead of reviews High priority interrupts- addressing and correcting issues immediately Hiring process-12 step process, 3-6 weeks, meetings, writing assignments, discussions. Are you passionate about customers? How have you wowed a customer? How did you make an upset customer, happy? DISC assessment. Connect with the show: http://aftermarketradionetwork.com (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) Are you seeing auto shops in your area get hundreds of 5-star Google reviews and are you feeling left behind because your shop only has a few? Hey look, Broadly is your answer to getting more online reviews. With more reviews, your business will rank higher in search results — and that means more customers coming into your shop every day. Broadly helps you automatically request reviews so that your customers can promote your business with just one click. When you immediately ask for a review after service, when the experience is still fresh in their mind, you're more likely to get a 5-star positive review. Plus, asking for feedback makes your customer feel valued and more connected to your business. Isn't that what you want a connected customer? See how Broadly can help grow your auto shop. Visit http://www.getbroadly.com/chat (www.getbroadly.com/chat) to learn more. The Panel Jack Curran, G & C Tire and Auto Service, two locations, Chantilly and Manassas, VA. Listen to Jack's previous episode https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22jack+curran%22 (HERE) Jim Hayes joined the United States Army after High School where he served with elements of the Intelligence and Special Forces communities. After completing his goals in the Army, he moved to the Monterey Peninsula, where he turned his focus toward becoming a golf professional. As a member of the PGA, Jim held the title of Manager of Instruction for the Pebble Beach Golf Academy, where he taught golf to individuals from around the world. True to form, after achieving what he set out to accomplish in the world of golf, Jim transitioned to the automotive industry, where he currently serves as General Manager of Pacific Motor Service. Listen to Jim's
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When Zillow announced its intention to acquire ShowingTime in February of 2021, a slew of companies jumped into the showing solutions space. But Instashowing had already been in business for two years, and despite the fierce competition, its young founder believes that his startup has an edge. William Schoeffler is the Founder of Instashowing, a software company out of Bend, Oregon, that offers the premiere showing solution for forward-thinking real estate professionals. On this episode of Listing Bits, William shares the experience with an agent that inspired him to build Instashowing and describes the suite of listing agent tools his team is developing. William explains how he raised $4M on the heels of Zillow's acquisition of ShowingTime, discussing the expectation to grow that comes with that kind of an investment and the advantages Instashowing has over its many competitors. Listen in to understand the challenge of supporting several showing solutions in a single market and learn how William is forming a syndicate to allow MLSs to invest in Instashowing. What's Discussed: The experience with a real estate agent that inspired William to build Instashowing How William raised $4M from industry giants Pete Flint and Greg Schwartz The wave of competitors in the showing solutions space after Zillow's acquisition of ShowingTime Why Instashowing started selling to agents and brokers (not MLSs) when it launched in 2019 The advantages Instashowing has over its competitors How Instashowing's success in a given market hinges on full integration with its MLS Why William believes the industry will return to a single showing solution product in each market The suite of listing agent tools Instashowing is developing The expanding vision and expectation to grow that comes with a $4M investment Why William is not planning on adding a call center to the Instashowing offerings How William is forming a syndicate to allow MLSs to invest in Instashowing Connect with William: Instashowing William on LinkedIn Resources: Instashowing's $4M Raise Zillow's Acquisition of ShowingTime Tomo Offerpad BrokerBay Homesnap Showings MLS Aligned SentriLock CRMLS Glide Our Sponsor: Cloud CMA for Brokers
Today's guest is a close friend and colleague who leads with purpose and compassion. Nadia Ali is a change-maker who isn't afraid to call you in while exuding kindness and intention. Nadia brings her full cultural self into all of her interactions and is dedicated to inclusivity and equity as a thread throughout her life and work. Some favorite quotes: “That's my passion, how do we, how do we create spaces for our kiddos across our communities to feel confident in their identities and feel supported in those identities in the ways that they want to express themselves.” “I just really hope that all of our future generations can confidently step into their own identities with less barriers.” “When we are empathic and compassionate, it leads to connection and vulnerability, more collaboration, which leads to more productivity, which leads to stronger teams and communication.” Highlights and key talking points in today's conversation: Identity and the role it plays in one's awareness of their power and uniqueness Showing up in the world as a visibly Muslim woman with a bi-cultural identity Safe vs. Brave spaces Work/life balance within your work in the DEI/JEDI space More about Nadia Ali and her work: Nadia is Founder and CEO of Idea Labs, a mission-driven consulting firm advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace and across communities through training, leadership coaching and organizational strategy. She has over 20 years of experience spanning program management, coalition building, leadership development, community outreach, and health and racial equity. In her spare time, Nadia loves spending time with friends and family, traveling, cooking and baking, being outdoors with her husband and two children, and building community. Connect with Nadia Ali Website: www.idealabsinaction.com Instagram: @idealabsinaction, @grocerytogarnish Thank you thank you for listening to the show. It is such an honor to have these conversations with you and a special thank you to Nadia Ali for sharing her expertise and experience. For access to ALL the resources mentioned, sign up for the “resource roundup” at sagebhobbs.com/nc-podcast. The (short & awesome) newsletter will also keep you in the loop on the latest episodes, and other opportunities. Let's connect: Like what you hear? Please subscribe to Naked Conversations on Apple Podcasts. Or Stitcher. Or Google Play. Or any of the following – Overcast, Blubbry, TuneIn Radio, Player.fm. For (much appreciated) gold stars: Leave a rating + review! Just a few short words will help more folks find the show and be a part of this conversation. Thank you! Also, please send a DM on Instagram to @sagebhobbs or @ericayhoward to let us know what you love about the show, what topics you'd like to hear covered, or your dream interviewee.
This episode is with Christine fermo, I need to have a nice long conversation about mental health and how it impacts her life on a daily basis. The Episode starts off a little awkward because she is super nervous, but once you make her feel a little comfortable she warms up and explains her situation pretty well. Her mental health started while she was in college, she was recommended to see a psychiatrist for her anxiety. Eventually, it started to progress where she didn't want to eat or do the basic things in life such as showering or just taking care of her household. Music and art are two things that helped her cope when she was at her worst. Christine is a perfect example of how mental health can absolutely take over your life, and turn you into someone that you won't even recognize when you look at yourself in the mirror or when you do your soul searching. When she lost her mother she really felt cheated because she didn't get to spend enough time with her, and her mom was the person that she mimicked the most with her fashion and every other aspect of her life. We talk about how her anxiety progressed into full-blown panic attacks and how when she would try to explain it to people who didn't understand, they would say she's faking it completely judge her. We really go in-depth on how psychological and mentally paralyzing depression really can be. She has a emotional support dog which is the most important thing in her life, and she even makes a few appearances on the show. one of the biggest topics of this episode is whether not mental health is a disability. After all said and done, I really think Christine is a brave woman for sharing her story, and Showing her vulnerability.
My guest this week is Caleb Greer, FNP-C of Precision Regenerative and Functional Medicine. In this episode, Caleb and I discuss Semaglutide, a GLP-1 agonist. If you or someone you know has been struggling with weight loss or have diabetes this is the episode to listen to. We discuss the benefits and drawbacks of GLP-1 agonists as well as who is a good candidate, benefits outside of weight loss, what conditions are contraindicated and how long should you take them? Sponsors Thank you to drinkHRW.com and BiOptimizers. Molecular Hydrogen addresses these foundations through its ability to help to manage reactive oxygen species (ROS), inflammation and improves metabolic balance. Ongoing research is demonstrating the many ways that molecular hydrogen can support human health. Visit drinkHRW.com/superhuman and use promo code LONGEVITY for 15% off. BiOptimizers makes the only full-spectrum and most bioavailable Magnesium Supplement on the market called Magnesium Breakthrough – I use it every day and every night for brain benefits, to optimize my sleep, and much more. Visit www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat and use code bionat for 10% off! EPISODE TAKEAWAYS [05:50] When did Caleb start using GLP-1 agonists in his practice?.. [10:00] What controls appetite regulation and homeostasis?.. [18:00] What exactly is GLP-1 and what do GLP-1 agonists do? [25:00] Will the price for these GLP-1 agonists go down anytime soon?.. [28:02] Due to slower gastric emptying, is it beneficial to use digestive enzymes while taking a GLP-1 agonist?.. [31:00] Besides the metabolic benefits, what other benefits do GLP-1 agonists offer? [41:10] Does GLP-1 improve insulin sensitivity?.. [47:00] Does GLP-1 increase neurogenesis and neurotrophic factors? [49:50] Can you drink too much water?.. [55:20] Hair loss with weight loss? How to increase protein intake while cutting food intake?.. [57:10] The dark side of GLP-1 agonists… [61:00] Do you need to take GLP-1 agonists forever or can you take them for just a short amount of time?.. FOLLOW NAT Facebook Facebook Group Instagram Work with Nat: Book Your 20 MInute Optimization Consult Nat Retreat
The 2 Brothers dive into the dialectic of masculinity and where many people get hung up. We would love to have you as a guest on the podcast. Go to realtalkrecovery.com to submit your question and schedule your call! Tyler Patrick, "The Wandering Therapist", is co-founder of Love Strong (lovestrong.com), a Christian-based Recovery + WHOLEHEARTED living therapy practice. If you'd like to work with Love Strong via telehealth or in-person, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website: https://lovestrong.com. We have a great online Foundations Of Recovery Class starting soon. This class is for sex addiction recovery and healing from betrayal trauma. Go to https://lovestrong.com/services/foundations-group/ to learn more and sign up. Brannon Patrick, "The Expert", is co-founder of Therapy Utah (therapyutah.org). You can follow Brannon on Instagram @brannon_patrick. He has some really great online courses available at brannonpatrick.com like his Boundary Bootcamp course. Brannon has a program called L.I.F.T. for betrayal trauma and addiction recovery available online starting soon. Go to https://www.liftforrecovery.com/ for more info! Join us for one of our "Life-Changing" retreats. therapybros.com/events Radiant Dawn Women's Conference: https://radiantdawnconference.com Rising Son Men's Conference: https://risingsonconference.com Couple's Conference TBA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/therapy-brothers/message
Today's episode: Jeff Capel and Pitt basketball have gone through a ton of obstacles this season that aren't of their own making. But now, we're seeing these young Panthers grow and develop through several hard fought games as John Hugley IV posts a big performance with 32 points and 13 rebounds against Boston College. There's plenty of improvement and maturity from a group who's learning how to win, even on a day when they experienced drama as Ithiel Horton's charges were re-filed and his suspension reinstated despite Capel's objections to the situation. Also, Pitt football got another big Transfer Portal win in Konata Mumpfield and keeps Deslin Alexandre for another year, making 2022 look more promising with each passing week. Music is Chill Baby by Nerdboy. Find that song and more from his label, at Renaissance Music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Marni and Chris Gillis work tirelessly to extract every morsel of dating advice from the beginning of season 26 of The Bachelor. Sweet, former NFLer and alpha-male Clayton Echard was given a cool $100k to have 31 women test his dating mettle and claim their hearts. Let's see who stood out and who went home. Key takeaways from this episode: Rules on Valentine's Day gift giving Dropping into you feminine energy Are you ready for a serious relationship? What to do if a guy keeps mentioning his ex Salley Makes a Quick Exit [4:28] Salley, the blonde with the Love Island hair extensions, showed up for the opening show. But she did so only to tell Clayton she was supposed to get married the same weekend. Her quick exit came after telling Clayton she just wanted to meet him but she hadn't yet fully recovered from her breakup with her ex-fiance. It begs the question, how do you know when you should start dating again after a breakup? If you are still pining for your ex, you are not ready to be in a serious relationship. If you continue to be triggered by songs, memories, or anything else you and your ex did together, you are not ready. On the flip side, if you are on a date and a guy starts talking about his ex. Give him time to express himself and be curious. If he continues to do it on multiple dates, play the empathy card. If he realizes what he has been doing and stops all is well. If he doesn't stop, he is not ready to be dating yet. Tell him you are not a therapist and move on. Marni and Chris think Clayton may be insecure and he likely will fall for anyone who likes him. He kissed five women on the first night. They also think Salley will make a comeback later in the season. Exuding Masculine Energy [15:17] Marni notes that there are a lot of successful, professional women competing this season. It will be interesting to see if they are able to drop into their feminine energy during the dating process. Claire Heilig is an example of a woman who wasn't able to get there. She and Clayton go on a fake tailgating-esque date. She couldn't disguise her male vibe when they played cornhole. When Clayton got flirty about almost winning, Claire's testosterone shot up and she reminded him sternly that she, in fact, won the match. A guy doesn't want to kiss a dude in a dress. Are you being too competitive? Do you need to win? Chris says, she revealed more about how she feels about herself and her need to win. Too Much Too Soon, Gift Giving [26:13] Showing up with flowers on a first date is a tradition for some people, but showing up with a 100-year-old family photo is a bit much. Elizabeth offers the only copy of a family keepsake photo to Clayton right out of the gate. Marni points out that women tend to overgive. As a general rule, don't bring a gift to your first date. For Valentine's Day, if a guy you are dating hasn't asked you out by Feb. 7th, you can ask what is going on. Or, tell him how much you love celebrating the date. It doesn't have to be awkward. Just have an open-ended conversation. It isn't always easy to put yourself out there. Vulnerability is necessary for communication. A gift doesn't have to be tangible. It can be a simple compliment. Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast - Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book - How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates
On this installment of the "Game Plan for your Next Job" series, Keith is joined again by Frostburg Head Softball Coach and CEO of CoachingPortfolio.com Bill Vasko. The discussion centers around how the portfolio has become an important tool in the job search process and how to maximize the technology of today to show who you are, your branding, and how you can bring value to a program. Related: Game Plan for Your Next Job Playlist: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/sets/game-plan-for-your-next-job
Q&A With Don Tony (EP51) brought to you by Blue Wire (http://www.bluewirepods.com). Thank you to everyone who joined DT live. Lots of live Q&A with awesome topics of conversation. Running Time: 2 Hours 27 Minutes. Topics Discussed (With Time Stamps): Show opening + Happy Birthday to Don Tony's Dad, who turns 73! (0:00) Announcement regarding future Q&A With Don Tony live stream episodes (8:20) Best wishes go out to Angel Garza, who has Covid-19 (13:57) Awesome news: Roman Reigns is cleared to return to WWE SmackDown 1/7/22 (13:57) Positive news for Rey Fenix, who suffered a dislocated elbow, not a broken arm (16:34) Wrestler injured at AEW Rampage (1/7/22) tapings. Click timestamp for injury spoiler (22:49) WALTER wrestling his last match for NXT UK. Should he appear on NXT, Raw or SmackDown? (27:00) Addressing the 'Ring Of Denial' by those insisting NXT Black and Gold remain (32:34) Addressing the moronic click bait WWE is firing all Triple H hires from NXT (39:18) The Triple H 2016 quote that kills the 'WWE is killing Triple H's legacy' claim floating around (43:40) Additional WWE releases: Samoa Joe, Road Dogg and Gabe Sapolsky (51:15) Samoa Joe's use during his 2nd return was the complete opposite direction of NXT 2.0 (1:01:28) NXT not doing house shows + pandemic + recession = WWE streamlining NXT & staff (1:03:38) Petey Williams signs WWE deal as a producer (1:06:18) Take note no investors are questioning streamlining of NXT & Performance Center (1:14:15) Superchat questions and comments (1:27:50) WWE returning to Saudi Arabia 2/19/22 (1:37:46) Wayback Machine Flashback: DT exposes 2004 Divas Search 'Christy / Carmella' fraud (1:49:50) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: DT exposes Gabe Sapolsky compares 9/11 to ROH (2:01:05) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: Nude WWE women including Mae Young! (2:02:02) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: Exposing 2003 Divas Search Winner Jaime Koeppe (2:04:15) Showing appreciation for Dixie Carter, who should be celebrated more in wrestling (2:14:20) What would have happened to Undertaker's career if 'The Deadman' was never created? (2:15:19) Show close (2:17:40) ==== CLICK HERE to listen to Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 CLICK HERE to WATCH the VIDEO episode of Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows! ==== UPCOMING SHOW SCHEDULE: Your next episode of 'The Don Tony Show' will air Saturday January 8, 2022 LIVE at 8:05PM EST Your next episode of 'The Sit-Down With Don Tony' will air Sunday January 9, 2022 LIVE at 8:05PM EST Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup RAW' will air Monday January 10, 2022 LIVE at 11:05PM EST Your next episode of the 'Breakfast Soup VIPatreon' will air Tuesday January 11, 2022 LIVE on Patreon Discord Channel at 10:05PM EST Your next episode of the 'Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite' will air Wednesday January 12, 2022 LIVE at 10:05PM EST Your next episode of 'Q&A With Don Tony' will air Thursday January 13, 2022 LIVE at a NEW TIME: 8:05PM EST ==== CHECK OUT THE DON TONY SHOW ON THESE PLATFORMS: CLICK HERE FOR PANDORA CLICK HERE FOR STITCHER CLICK HERE FOR ITUNES CLICK HERE FOR PODBEAN CLICK HERE FOR IHEARTRADIO CLICK HERE FOR APPLE & ANDROID APPS CLICK HERE FOR DON TONY MERCHANDISE! ==== SOCIAL MEDIA / WEBSITE / CONTACT INFO: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dontonyd Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dontony Facebook: https://facebook.com/dontonyshow Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dontonyshow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dontony Website: http://www.dontony.com Business Contact: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Betsy shares why women entrepreneurs need to rethink and ground back into the word hustle. She reveals our secret to success and the MOST important thing you can do for yourself in your work right now: The trigger word that started a brand and movement. Rewriting the definition of hustle. How Projectors are designed to work and the 4-hour workday. People pleasing micro habits. The duality of the feminine and masculine energy in business. Showing up differently and the human design types. Rewriting the word hustle for yourself and your business success. UNSTOPPABLE Mastermind is for coaches, entrepreneurs, and business owners who are committed to doing the deeper (sexy) work to BECOME the trusted feminine leader who generates money and creates massive impact YOUR WAY. WE ARE SO GRATEFUL YOU ARE HERE WITH US. Luscious Hustle on Instagram We're so honored that you're tuning into this luscious conversation and would be so grateful if you could take 2 minutes to leave us a 5-star review in iTunes or on your podcast app.
DEER CAMP! Artemis hosted a fall deer camp at a tough-to-hunt WMA in Tennessee. Even though nobody left with a deer, everyone left with new friends, new experiences, and a new take on what it means to be at deer camp with all women. (Some also left with a UFO sighting that made the news.) Bringing women together in the field is one of Artemis's core missions, and on this episode, we get a firsthand look at the magic that can happen when you mix seasoned veterans with beginners on a no-frills public land deer hunt. 2:00 Artemis Tennessee Deer Camp - participants were seasoned hunters and first-timers alike 4:00 When Artemis ladies meet each other at other Artemis events and cross state boundaries to hunt together again 7:00 Hunting buddies... margarita/karaoke buddies... same-same! 8:00 Hunting solo for the first time & thoughts like, "Do I actually know what I'm doing?" 12:00 Hunting a new place with new people 14:00 Infant on a deer hunt & TWELVE HOURS with an infant in a ground blind 16:00 E-scouting; tree stands; ground blinds; jump shots 18:00 "Movement is the best way to ruin your deer hunt" 19:00 When choosing a site for a blind, ask yourself, "Would my horse spook at this?" 20:00 Deer acclimate to seeing blinds 21:00 Showing up to deer camp and having everyone say, "DID YOU SEE THE UFO?!" and thinking "OMG... who are these people!?" 24:00 The camaraderie and knowledge sharing that happens at hunt camp, even if everyone hunts separately 25:00 That UFO sighting? Others saw it, too. 28:00 When a hunt area has an infamous resident character... meet Fuzzy 37:00 Dryer lint = excellent fire starter & other camp tips and tricks 40:00 Bringing youth (including babies!) into the field & why that matters 45:00 Getting a deer is not the point of deer camp 49:00 Positive experiences with other hunters 52:00 Setting safety expectations early & confronting others exhibiting risky behavior 59:00 Self-dialogue: Is that a real owl hooting off the hook, or is another hunter trying to tell us something? 1:02 There's a 10-day archery season at the same WMA in Tennessee next spring... if you're interested in another Artemis deer camp, get in touch! Find Artemis in our Facebook group or on our website
Today we have the privilege of speaking about CX transformation with Erika Putinsky, the Vice President of Customer Education at Mailchimp. She shares her 4 pillars to be successful in CX and what companies are looking for when they work with her. Showing up for your customer is necessary to maintain a good relationship with them because they'll feel understood and appreciate the amount of care you show by listening to them. Focus on customer education and feedback to understand what the customer wants to both improve the company and cause the customer to stick around as they feel like part of the process.What Erika does 1:03Necessary pillars to be successful 3:17The main thing people are trying to accomplish with them 5:23The 2nd pillar 7:16Empowering the underdog 9:29The 3rd pillar, Process 11:11The 4th pillar, culture 13:15Something important to remember 17:38“It kind of goes to what you were saying, Gabe, it's that effort of showing up. Obviously in our current world you can't do customer visits, or that kind of thing, but it's about making the extra effort. So don't hide behind emails. Mindfully listen to your customer's unique experience … listen with two ears and one mouth.” 7:16https://www.linkedin.com/in/erikaputinsky/
Being [at Work] offers a daily dose of leadership focused on helping you, the leader. During challenging times we need all of the encouragement we can get. Sometimes there's simply no playbook and we just need to do the best we can. Sometimes the best we can is being reminded of the gifts and insight you already have within. Now, if you're in the midst of a challenging time, our goal at HRD Advisory Group is to help remind and encourage you no matter the situation you're in. Be sure to subscribe and get your daily dose. Resources: HRD Advisory Group: https://hrdadvisorygroup.com/ Being [at Work]: https://hrdadvisorygroup.com/podcasts/
There is no better way to start the new year than by sharing with the world one of its best-kept secrets — the gem that is Ingrid Lill. She's the person you seek if you are trying to figure out your superpower. Through her Brand Storyboarding sessions, Ingrid uses her magic wand — her pencil — to help coaches, consultants and creatives find clarity. She makes it easy for you to see yourself and your business with fresh eyes by using visual thinking. Ingrid describes herself as a business coach with a pencil, but as you are about to learn from my candid conversation with her, she is so much more. Show Notes: Interview with photos available on SincerelyHER.com. [02:25] What is visual thinking? [03:55] Becoming a business coach with a pencil [06:01] Superpowers [07:12] Discovering graphic facilitation [09:35] Developed a framework called storyboarding [11:11] Inspiration from Donald Miller's StoryBrand method [11:50] Why you need a mirror and a visual anchor [13:52] Getting into the creative flow [16:14] No-No's [17:43] Mentorship [20:08] Talking to your clients [21:03] Making yourself visible [21:55] Not looking at too much stuff [23:53] What makes a great brand? [24:50] Finding your strengths [26:07] An “Aha!” moment [27:32] Attracting great people [28:13] Take the leap by starting small [29:51] Showing your work [30:51] Ignore mindset? [31:30] Don't ignore the number or your taxes [32:00] Doing the same things in 5 years [32:40] Why you need to “draw” your business [34:06] Not always sticking to the plan [35:30] Six feet Connect with Ingrid: Website: IngridLill.dk Linkedin: @IngridLill Like the show? Leave a positive review. Are my bite-sized notes helping you find clarity, get sh*t done, and win? If so, please subscribe and leave a review, and a 5-star rating.
Are you terrified of financially investing in yourself? Do you struggle to justify the commitments required for personal development?On today's episode, host Chrystal Rose discusses what it means to truly show up for yourself. Through her own past behaviors and work as a self-love coach, Chrystal recognizes that we tend to skip our lower-priced commitments, even if they would improve our lives. However, when we're willing to make big investments in ourselves, we are not only more likely to follow through with those, but the smaller ones as well. By making more intentional choices and recognizing the value in self-investment, we are able finally recognize our self-worth and develop as human beings.Tune into this week's episode of Self-Love for Breakfast for a conversation about personal development. Learn more about Chrystal's personal investment journey, the financial commitment of self-improvement, and how investing in yourself affirms that you are worth showing up for.Quotes• “The last two years have been two of the best frickin' years of my life. The best. Amazing, incredible. And I say that because I was not relying on the external world to make the time great. I did the inner work.” (01:15-01:42) • “I really believe as a coach, you can only help someone as far as you've gone yourself.” (03:41-03:48)• “Showing up for myself, committing to myself, radically committing to the inner work: it's a game changer.” (06:55-07:07)• “I have to just kind of trust that things are going to shift and change. And it may not be what I thought it was gonna be and that's okay.” (17:44-17:52)• “I cannot believe that I'm here. And all it took was that investment in myself.” (23:54-24:00)• “If you make those big investments in yourself, you will show up for the smaller ones because you're more intentional about them.” (30:10-30:14)Connect with Chrystal:http://chrystalrose.com/https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/https://www.instagram.com/selflovebreakfastclub/To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.
Summary: A deeper dive into exactly why past struggles are so important to progressing through life and growing as a person. Amy Wade is a dear friend and someone I came up with in the military. She currently serves in a leadership role that gives her the opportunity to guide those attending professional military education (PME). Show Notes: Intro (0:00) Thoughts on reconnecting after 11 plus years and nostalgia (01:30) Meeting different versions of the same person and growing (05:20) Showing grace to people when people need it most (06:00) After meeting many well known and respected leaders, stories and specific examples that resonated (12: 15) Time in Amy's life where she was at a crossroads and lost, which ultimately led to a new trait and superpower being revealed (19:00) Something Amy would say to someone she knows is struggling and facing obstacles ( 23:30) When she reflects and plays footage of her own leadership performance, what are the areas she picks out for improvement? (25:30) Challenges with anonymous 360 feedback, especially with small teams (29:00) Something Not Everyone Knows (34:29) There's a billboard on the highway, broadcasting Amy's leadership message for the world to see. How does it read? Additional Resources: Books mentioned The Culture Code and Make Your Bed
Tonight's rundown: Bill previews Donald Trump's press conference on the one-year anniversary of the Capitol riot – will the former President keep his cool or fold under the pressure? Former Pentagon Chief of Staff, Kash Patel speaks with Bill about his experience testifying in front of the January 6th House Committee Teachers' unions in two major cities push for remote learning while politicians fight to keep schools open in-person Chicago recorded more homicides in 2021 than any other city in the U.S. NFL player Antonio Brown's actions this past Sunday have NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw and NFL star Tom Brady fighting over the support athletes are missing when it comes to their mental health This Day in History, 1995: GOP wins control of Congress Final Thought: Patience Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You can watch this video on our IG pages as well! Catching up with @taylorraetalks_ one of my favorite mama's and #mompreneurs. Insight about #momlife as a coach, and growing as a business owner. How does it REALLY look like when building a dream for yourself, while taking care of our little ones. It's crazy at home, let's be real! The reality of recording on camera and being your authentic-self in the process. Keeping it real
To ring in the new year, CEOs from the American Psychological Association and MaineHealth join host Clare Morin to discuss why investing in behavioral health in 2022 is not just good for your employees but also good for your business. Key TakeawaysThe psychological fallout of the pandemic has only just begun. The pandemic unleashed a tsunami of stress that will continue to be felt even once COVID-19 is gone. (3:50)This is a long-term project for employers. Military studies have shown that people who experience traumatic events often don't show signs of stress and anxiety until 18 months after the event had taken place. (5:40) “This is going to go on for years.” (7:00)Behavioral health is a huge factor in retention. Employees who report feeling stressed at work are three times more likely to look for other jobs than those who do not report feeling stressed. (8:00)Leaders should set the tone. It's important for leaders to create space for employees to seek help by sharing their own struggles and showing vulnerability. (10:25)Make resources easy to find. For resources to be effective, employees must be able to use them. Ensure they are accessible, intuitive, and ideally available on demand. (12:00)Early intervention saves lives and money. Mental health is a continuum and it's more humane and more cost-effective to intervene before an employee is in crisis. (13:15)Ensure employees feel heard when making major decisions. Mental health problems are often caused by a feeling of a lack of control. Giving employees choices and input into decisions reduces stress. (14:40)Showing care can help employers compete. “It's a huge strategic opportunity for employers to demonstrate genuine and authentic caring as a retention, as a recruitment, as a development opportunity,” says Dr. Andrew Mueller, CEO of MaineHealth. (18:40)This crisis is manageable. “If we create work environments that are supportive of mental health, making sure they have access to services when they need them, it can make all the difference for your employees,” says Dr. Evans. (20:15)Featured speakers: Arthur Evans, Jr., PhDChief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President, American Psychological Association Dr. Arthur Evans is CEO of the American Psychological Association, the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the U.S. With over 122,000 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants and students as members, APA promotes and disseminates psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve lives – a mission consistent with Dr. Evans' life work. Andrew T. Mueller, MDChief Executive Officer, MaineHealthAndrew Mueller, MD, is CEO of MaineHealth, a not-for-profit integrated health system consisting of nine local hospital systems, a comprehensive behavioral healthcare network, diagnostic services, home health agencies, and 1,700 employed and independent physicians. With more than 22,000 employees, MaineHealth is the largest health system in northern New England and provides preventive care, diagnosis and treatment to 1.1 million residents in Maine and New Hampshire. Related content: WebinarBuilding a behavioral health strategy for the new world of workNovember 4, 2021Thought leaders from the American Psychological Association, MaineHealth and Unum discuss the current state of employee mental health, and key elements for a strong behavioral health strategy for 2022 and beyond.
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer to break down the team's 29-3 win against the Giants on Sunday. After that, Mulligan and Haugh discussed how Bears coach Matt Nagy seems to know that he'll soon be fired. Later, they discussed edge rusher Robert Quinn setting the franchise single-season sack record. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Raised in a community where men weren't allowed to show their feelings, together with an unhealthy concept of what being a man was all about, Ashanti Branch stuffed his feelings, ate emotionally, and had panic attacks. When he became a high school teacher, however, he wanted better for his students. What started as a meeting with some students to figure out how he could become a better teacher evolved into an entire movement and, today, we are honored to be joined by Ashanti Branch, Founder of the Ever Forward Club and the Million Mask Movement, which helps young people understand how connected they are when it comes to the masks we wear. In this episode, Ashanti sheds light on the struggles he faced as a child when it came to dealing with his emotions and shares a potentially-triggering and emotional story of a trauma he experienced as an eight-year-old. Please note that this episode carries a trigger warning for sexual assault. He also explains how he became involved in a men's circle and learned to stop suppressing his feelings. To hear the magic sentence Ashanti heard from one of his high school teachers that had a profound effect on his life and how he has gone on to impact the lives of so many others, plus so much more, tune in today! We invite you to take off your mask and listen to this inspiring conversation. Key Points From This Episode:An introduction to change-maker Ashanti Branch.Ashanti explains the mask activity he does with students and gives examples.What it was like for him to grow up in a community where he couldn't show his feelings. Ashanti's unhealthy childhood perception of what being a man was all about. TW: For listeners who wish to avoid Ashanti's account of sexual assault, please skip audio between [0:07:17] and [0:11:57].The traumatic story of what happened to Ashanti as an eight-year-old. How Ashanti learned to start stuffing his emotions and comfort eating. How he became involved in a men's circle and learned to stop suppressing his feelings.What men supporting men looked like to Ashanti at the men's retreat he attended.How he created a place to support young men six years before he found a place that supported him. How he first created Ever Forward to become a better teacher. The profound effect that a ‘magic sentence' he heard from another teacher had on his life.An example of a magic sentence Ashanti used on one of his students and its impact. How Ashanti went from failing horribly as a teacher to leading a movement. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Ashanti Branch on LinkedIn Ashanti Branch on InstagramAshanti Branch on TwitterEver Forward Club #100kMASKSThis is Life with Lisa Ling
Showing Your House While Living In ItPart 8 of the Home Selling Process Flow - What to expect when showing your house, particularly when you're still living in it.If you've never sold a house before, or if it's been a while, it's helpful to see how the process flows overall. In this series, I've broken down the process and decision points into smaller bits to help you know what to expect. This episode covers what to expect when showing your house while living in it.For the resource mentioned in the episode, go to https://www.kellyvandever.com/pl/2147512295____________________________________________ Hi! I'm Kelly! I'm a full time Realtor® in the Atlanta area with Keller Williams. Former Navy officer. Motorcycle enthusiast. Tech nerd wanna be. Married to my college sweetheart with two grown kids, three growing grandkids and a lovable lab rescue named Dude. Subscribe to this podcast for tips on selling your house, buying a home, and other real estate and Atlanta related topics. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4WUgjdhfDLRMdr5DLPYwzw?sub_confirmation=1 Other resources you might find helpful: How Do You Price Your House When Selling? What are the best house pricing strategies? https://youtu.be/xabMV4hb5tY The Emotional Side of Selling Your House. https://youtu.be/RCdJKLd60lA Let's be FRIENDS! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kellyvandeverrealestate LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellyvandever/ Website https://www.kellyvandever.com/ If you want help selling your home or finding a new one, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host Lachard Binkley (@HTOWN4LIFE40) is joined by fellow Apollo contributor Anthony Duckett (@a_duckett) to discuss the drama in the Rockets locker room, Jalen Green showing everyone why he was the second overall pick, Christian Wood trade value, and much more! #Rockets #NBA Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "LAUNCH" for 10% off at checkout.
Happy 2022, People!It's so good to be back on the podcast scene, and thank you for waiting it out with me!-Today's topic has been on my mind, since I've slowly started adding things BACK into my life, post baby #2, and I think it's a PERFECT topic for the new year....EVEN if you're not into resolutions.-Consider this your peptalk to start the year off, by being okay with being NEW at something...Being okay if you MIGHT fail at something....Being okay saying "hey" to that new person in your life...Being okay SHOWING up and just STARTING whatever it is that is that SOMETHING for you, because it's all different for each of us.Please let me know your feedback, and as always, share with a friend who could use an encouraging boost, or help getting out of a funk.Thank you so much for your support and listening to my ramblings :) xx, Ash
Showing up is literally the most important part. Here are some thoughts on the importance of being consistent with your music-making, as well as a pep talk for #jamuary2022. Listen on Apple or Stitcher or Google or Spotify; watch on YouTube Show Notes: Website - https://brianfunk.com Intro Music Made with 16-Bit Ableton Live Pack - https://brianfunk.com/blog/16-bit Music Production Club - https://brianfunk.com/mpc 5-Minute Music Producer - https://brianfunk.com/blog/5minute Music Production Podcast - https://brianfunk.com/podcast Save 25% on Ableton Live Packs at my store with the code: PODCAST - https://brianfunk.com/store Thank you for listening. Please review the Music Production Podcast on your favorite podcast provider! And don't forget to visit my site https://BrianFunk.com for music production tutorials, videos, and sound packs. Brian Funk
Tate Siemer is the visionary behind GreenLight Equity Group, which owns and operates 512 units in Utah, Oklahoma City and Columbus, Ohio. Tate's passion is improving (value-adding) high-density, existing apartment buildings in such a way that maximizes the value of communities in order to provide solid, consistent returns to investors and well-being to residents. He hosts “The Apartment Guys Podcast” and serves on the Executive Board of the Utah Real Estate Investor Association. He enjoys helping fellow investors and entrepreneurs through mentoring and coaching. Tate's other passions include big-mountain skiing and mountain biking, music, and hiking with his dog, Joey. Welcome to another episode of the Creative Capital Podcast. In this highly motivational yet educational episode, I speak with my guest, Tate Siemer about the importance of having not just having the proper mindset, but having a millionaire mindset. Listen in as we talk about how having a millionaire mindset helped him as a business owner and as a leader, how having faith in himself and being passionate led him from being a photographer to being a real estate investor, and his advice for aspiring real estate investors who also want to make it big. [00:01 -15:11] Introducing Tate to the Episode An overview of the episode I welcome Tate Siemer to the show Tate talks about his background From being a photographer to being a real estate investor Working with people who gave him forward momentum Being intentional about where they are headed in the business [15:12 - 42:27] Developing a Millionaire Mindset Started from a place of fear Being guided the by Miracle Equation Unwavering faith + extraordinary effort = miracles Choosing to have faith everyday Having faith with himself and being grounded in joy Showing up every single day and loving your work Overcoming fear How the failures have changed them into better leaders and people Sharpening your mindset [42:28 - 57:53] Closing Segment Pod Deck Segment One thing people buy that you think is a waste of money? Worst workplace experience? Core Four Tate's favorite real estate book (see link below) Tate's unique skill that made him successful Something true about real estate that almost nobody agrees on Advice for people who want to try real estate investing Connect with Tate through the links below A summary of the episode Closing words Resources Mentioned: The Miracle Equation How to Make Big Money in Small Apartments Key Quotes: “At the end of the day, we had to wake up every morning and decide what kind of world we live in. Did we live in a world where this story somehow works itself out, and we end up being better people because of it? Or does it end in total catastrophe?” - Tate Siemer “The secret sauce is that even when things were bad, I figured out how to make everything else for the most part, really fun and good.” - Tate Siemer You can connect with Tate on LinkedIn and through their website! You can reach and connect with me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtube You can also email me at Joshferrari901@gmail.com For more information about Ferrari Capital visit us on our website https://www.ferraricapital.com SUBSCRIBE to this podcast for more episodes on how to create your own future through smart and lucrative investments. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast with someone you know who wants to experience massive growth and success in their business. Listen to our previous episodes here
In this episode I chat with Angie Lee (@angieleeshow). We break down: 1. Entrepreneurship and the long game 2. Showing up when no one is watching We also were hijacked during this episode that was recorded live so you will hear us scream at the very end . Follow Angie Lee- Click here Please rate and review if you enjoyed on this episode! xo
Today, I'm sharing a few questions and mindset roadblocks that I want to leave in 2021. I talk about letting go of people's opinions and misconceptions of me, and also reevaluating where I'm unfairly holding on to expectations of people in my life. Reflecting on these questions has given me greater access to my power and is helping me create healthy boundaries. Listen in to hear more about how I'm ringing in the new year with a clear mind and open heart. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: The power of end-of-year reflections Learning how to accept people for who they are Showing up for people without compromising your core values Unlocking the potential of existing relationships by letting go of expectations RESOURCES Thanks to Indeed for supporting Earn Your Happy. Go to indeed.com/happy to redeem a $75 sponsored job credit. Thanks Liquid IV. To save 25% on your order, go to liquidiv.com and use the promo code HAPPY. Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 for updates and a chance to be featured on the show! CONNECT WITH LORI Instagram: @loriharder Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Girlfriends & Business: @girlfriendsandbusiness Listen to Girlfriends & Business
In hour 2, Rob and TJ dive into the Arizona Cardinals collapse after losing 5 of their last 8 games, including that loss to the Detroit Lions. The guys wonder if Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is the right man for the job. Then, Hall of Fame Defensive Back and FOX Sports Analyst Rod Woodson joins the show to tackle the Arizona Cardinals demise, Pete Carroll's future in Seattle, and more! Plus, another edition of Sources Say! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com