Prisoners (2013), The Ice Storm (1997), & Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) ALL MOVIES SPOILED In this film block, Jeremy and Brian, serve up some awkward, tense and trying cinematic family gatherings in honor of Turkey Day. Big shout out to Patrick Cady and Tim Hunter for making the 35mm screening of Hannah and Her Sisters possible! Where to watch: Vidéothèque (South Pasadena) Cinefile (Santa Monica) Hannah and Her Sisters (Blu-Ray) The Ice Storm (Blu-Ray) Prisoners (Blu-Ray) Other films referenced: Duck Soup Dune (1984) Inglourious Basterds Fight Club Annie Hall Mighty Aphrodite Home Alone Spider-Man The Fellowship of the Ring Ghostbusters (1984) Enemy River's Edge
Today Mare is offering her thoughts on current stress and what is helping her in the moment. MY BOOK: Finding Your Cape - How to Course Correct and Achieve Greatness When Things Don't Go As Planned is available internationally anywhere books are sold. It's available in paperback, digital and audiobook. Amazon worldwide: https://tinyurl.com/y2zz9zhm Indigo: https://tinyurl.com/y5q6h5a3 Barnes and Noble: https://tinyurl.com/yy4xtvfo Waterstones: https://tinyurl.com/y5gmkuxb Booktopia: https://tinyurl.com/y5rgrtdj Audible: https://tinyurl.com/y4wnyv94 Scribd: https://tinyurl.com/y2lbs5x5 Apple Audiobook: https://tinyurl.com/y68saqga Booktopia: https://tinyurl.com/y5rgrtdj Finding Your Cape: http://www.findingyourcapebook.com If you enjoy today's episode, please share it with someone you think will find it helpful. Also, please take a screenshot and share it on your Instagram and tag me - @redheadmare. I will share your comments and any big takeaways on my Insta Stories as well! Also, please make sure to give us a review on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Android, Audible, TuneIn, Spotify. _____________________________________________ Find Mare Online: Website: http://www.mareathoner.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maremchale/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/redheadmare Instagram: @redheadmare _____________________________________________
Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. In fact, Americans in public service are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. The reality facing our country's first responders is at a critical point. We need to create greater awareness and understanding of the emotional toll our nation's first responders experience through their day-to-day lives and the long-term impact on their well-being, according to Kevin M. Lynch, CEO, and President of The Quell Foundation. We are fortunate enough to have Kevin on our show today. Learn more here. 1:52 First responders being exhausted 2:10 Why are you focusing on first responders? 3:16 Stress or fear playing a role for first responders? 4:19 Do first responders have a higher chance of abusing substances or alcohol? 4:55 Let's discuss how stress affects our minds and bodies Stress management and mental health Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Most police officers are not required to receive stress management training prior to entering into the workforce “Stressful law enforcement duties are associated with a risk of sudden cardiac death (3)” What does stress do to the brain? Effects of stress on the mind can include: migraines, depression, mood changes, withdrawn, impulsive behaviors, ect Trauma “Experiencing trauma can keep your brain in a hyperactive state, suppressing your memory and impulse control. Trapping you in a constant state of strong emotional reactivity (4)” 6:35 According to your research does gender play a role in stress management? 8:01 To the doctors: How is the stress first responders face affecting their physical health? What are you seeing in the field? 10:33 Is there a generational divide? 11:33 Is this something you can be proactive about? 13:01 Statistics “The #1 Killer of police officers is suicide (1) “Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. (2)” “85% of first responders have experienced symptoms related to mental health conditions. (2)” “Police officers and firefighters are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. (2)” 14:17 Knowing these statistics, why aren't there more resources for first responders? 15:03 Quell Foundation- Can you give us a program overview? First responders teaching first responders Importance of learning from trusted peers We are working with 2 retired first responders, and 1 active first responder to help create and administer our program. “Police officers reported that they would be more open to talking about mental health if their peers or organization directors started the conversation (5)” Providing tools to combat everyday stresses How we can help prepare first responders prior to experiencing a traumatic event Critical Incident Stress Management. Have a plan laid out that will be available if/when a traumatic incident occurs Providing daily self-help practices that are easily accessible Mindfulness practices Sleeping guides Most people who experience PTSD have trouble with sleep schedules Counseling resources Yoga for first responders General structure of your project Introductory course Kickstarter program to include Mission Statement Screening of documentary followed by discussion General information that will be useful for all first responders Mini crash courses Follow up mini courses to focus on specific topics Module Topic examples: Peer Support Resiliency Stress management Life after work: retirement References https://bluehelp.org/resources/statistics/ (1) https://business.kaiserpermanente.org/insights/mental-health-workplace/first-responder-support (2) https://cdn1.sph.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/575/2017/07/Sudden-Cardiac-Death-and-Police-Officers.pdf (3) https://www.wholewellnesstherapy.com/post/trauma-and-the-brain (4) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7559930/ (5) “Executive Medicine Moment” At Executive Medicine of Texas we understand that true health can only be found when you treat the patient as a whole. That's why our Executive Physical Exams are second to none in the amount of testing and information we gather prior to making a wellness plan for our patients. Learn more about how you can take charge of your health at http://www.EMTexas.com Website: StayYoungAmerica.com Twitter: @StayYoungPod Facebook: @Stay Young Media, LLC
Aaah, the holidays... a magical time of gathering with loved ones and celebrating our blessings. That is, ideally! For many people, the holidays can be a lot more stressful, draining, or anxiety-inducing than the picture-perfect image of a loving family gathered around a fancy table. The holidays - whichever ones you choose to celebrate - can bring up mixed emotions or fill you with anticipatory dread, worry, and stress. In this special holiday edition of TRIGGERED!, I talk about: - the importance of breaking with old traditions that feel draining, confining, or dysfunctional - creating your own traditions that feel more aligned and peaceful - reinforcing boundaries with family members during the holidays - liberating yourself from burdensome family expectations and using the holidays as an opportunity to practice saying NO - ways to protect yourself energetically & physically if you choose to gather with family You might find this resource helpful if you do get triggered at some point during the holidays. I created a guide on 10 Ways to Get Untriggered Quickly, which you can download here: https://mailchi.mp/de778241c913/triggered-ep-21 I can't thank you enough for tuning in to this podcast... your presence makes it all worthwhile. I hope this episode supports you in having a peaceful, stress-free holiday season. To connect with me directly, please visit www.josephinehardman.com or https://instagram.com/healer.josephine Music & editing by G. Demers Inner Work 2021 All Rights Reserved.
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We all know you need to have systems in your small business, but what the heck does that even mean?! And what about hearing the word “system” makes you instantly overwhelmed and stressed out? It might be because you're trying to do it another person's way. Today, we've brought in Jen Lawrence, a systems freaking expert who LOVES to talk about this stuff. But the cool part is, she makes systems for YOU - not what everyone thinks you should be doing! If you're overwhelmed with the thought of creating a system, using a task management system, and wondering what the hell a CRM is, then tune into this episode and watch your mind be blown! Jen Lawrence is a productivity and systems expert passionate about creating ease through systems. Through highly customized consulting services, she helps entrepreneurs and ambitious leaders develop strategic operations solutions to create a way of working that works for them. Jen's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenerositypartners/ Jens website: https://jenerositypartners.com/ A special thank you to this month's podcast sponsor Attaliah Strubel! Attaliah teaches business owners how to leverage Instagram Reels to grow their business and created the The Reel Course For Real Growth to help you get your Instagram Reels poppin' to-day! Use code DREAMER to get $100 of your course today!! attaliahstrubel.com/the-reel-course/ Attaliah's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/attaliahstrubel/ Atttaliah's website: https://attaliahstrubel.com/ www.dreamstoplanspodcast.com
The countdown to Thanksgiving is on! And while we're all looking forward to that marvelous holiday meal with the fam, let's be real - the holidays can be a little stressful. And when it comes to intuitive eating at Thanksgiving, you might be wondering, "How can I listen to my body when food rules are the talk of the table?" or "How do I follow my hunger and fullness cues and avoid overeating?" That's why today, I'm diving into how you can apply the principles of Intuitive Eating at Thanksgiving dinner, and holiday meals to come. You'll walk away from this episode with tangible tips and action steps to help you feel more calm and confident around food. Connect with Katie: Book a free strategy call | www.katiehake.com/schedule Discover your eating style with this free quiz | www.katiehake.com/quiz Grab a free guide on How to Handle Diet Talk | www.katiehake.com/224
Are you engaged? A maid of honor? Mother of the Bride? And currently planning a wedding? STRESSFUL. Trust me, I know. Unless you were born into wealth or have been saving since birth, currently, you're probably panicking about the cost of the wedding. First of all: relax and enjoy the beginning of your engagement. Celebrate this time! But second, let's get down to business when you decide it's time to start planning and budgeting for your big day. In this episode, Author Jessica Bishop of "the Budget Savvy Bride" is joining us on the podcast to talk about priorities, cutting corners, how to find vendors, open bars, and more! She walks through what it means to make YOUR wedding day special without going into a ton of debt. If you're a bride to be, this is a must-listen. I loved this conversation and a future bride! Love her insight? Follow her on IG at @budgetsavvybride or check out her book on amazon.com.
Wedding planning can be STRESSFUL! And while I can't eliminate the stress entirely (unless you throw the whole plan out the window and go elope today which...I definitely considered!), I believe these 7 tips will help all engaged couples focus on what matters (hint: your marriage!), cut down on wed stress, and enjoy the wedding planning process a little bit more!
Higher Ed is stressful. The amount of work folks expect we do is impossible, but to make matters worse we often unknowingly increase our own stress. In this episode, we're going to talk about how our talents, systems, and stories can create more work for us. We'll also talk about how you can stop yourself from doing it. For more information about the Supervisor Strengths Institute - https://www.strengthsuniversity.org/supervisorstrengthsinstitute
Dateline's Season 30 is not letting up with hard to believe case after case and Dennis Murphy is finally back on our screens with a Florida story both wild and tragic. The super smart classy version of a Florida Man Dennis is taking us through the terrifying story of an ax murderer on the loose in the woods, family *secrets*, and nose twitch-inducing suspects. Kimberly and Katie talk pie, cranes, non t-shirt apparel, dust, bacteria, parenting, ghosts and two of their favorite topics- Mark Twain and face tattoos. So don't “say goodnight” yet because it seems like Season 30 is just warming up. Please enjoy this very, very, very special episode of A Date with Dateline: The Cranes Have Eyes 2. Official Description from NBCU: After Florida teacher Denise Hallowell is found murdered in her home, investigators examine her family's tumultuous past in their desperate search for a killer; Denise's son Carlos Hallowell sits down for an exclusive interview. Dennis Murphy reports. Support A Date with Dateline by getting some deals for the holidays! Gorgeous, affordable, and sustainable jewelry from Ana Luisa! They release new jewelry collections every Friday so check them out! Makes a perfect gift! Go to shop.analuisa.com/datedateline to get 20% off. Stock up on Munk Pack to fuel your holiday shopping, or buy a subscription for the snacker in your life. Go to MunkPack.com then enter code DATEDATELINE at checkout and get 20% off your first purchase! Find out for yourself why GLAMNETIC lashes are Instagram's favorite beauty hack and a must have for any holiday gathering. Go to glamnetic.com/DATEDATELINE and enter our promo code DATEDATELINE for 30% off your order. The holidays are STRESSFUL. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month of therapy in the privacy of your own home by visiting BetterHelp.com/dateline. We can all use a little (Better) Help! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ever find yourself in a hard season of motherhood where it is just physically stressful? I'm there right now with my fourth toddler. This weeks episode is all about how to navigate these seasons of stress a little more like a Soaring Mother and less like an Exhausted Supermom.
This team just can't make it easy, can they? Penalties, fumbles, and everything in-between in the Steelers 29-27 win over the Bears last night. While Yinz Were Sleepin': Cam Heyward with scary words about Chris Boswell & an incredible Najee Harris interview with ESPN Deportes "3 Big Takeaways" from last night's game in terms of big picture things for the rest of the season See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dating gets a bad reputation but it doesn't need to be exhausting, stressful, or feel like a game. That's how Ilana Dunn, host of Seeing Other People, feels. Plus, dating does not have to suck. Her advice is not preachy - instead - it's powerful! PS. Today's episode is sponsored by Pawp, the digital health clinic for your pets. Did you know that an online vet can solve over 60% of pet issues? Before rushing to the vet clinic and paying expensive vet bills, let a Pawp licensed vet give you actionable next steps to ensure your furbaby is safe and has the care they need — no wait times and no appointment required! One Pawp membership costs a flat fee of $19/month and protects up to 6 pets within a household at no extra cost, regardless of their age, breed, location, and pre-existing conditions (psst! No pet insurance does this). This online vet clinic gives you unlimited 24/7 access to online vets plus an annual $3,000 safety net for emergencies — all in one membership. I know you care about your furry friends, and you should never have to choose between breaking the bank or saving your pet's life. Get peace of mind with Pawp for only $19/month. Check them out here: https://pawp.com/emergency-welcome/?utm_source=thebridesmaidforhire&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=thebridesmaidforhire_newsletter_november_2021&publisher_name=thebridesmaidforhire
Today's episode is the 2nd half of a two part series on emotional regulation. You're going to hear from Elizabeth Andreyevskiy, a stress and emotion coach. She's going to discuss how you can calm your mind during stressful situations to avoid blowing up at the ones you love when overwhelmed with stress...Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Connect with Elizabeth on InstagramListen To The Emotionally Healthy Legacy PodcastFree 5 Day Mini Course To Stay CalmWhole9Family Instagram
What are the MOST Stressful parts of the holidays? We've got the top 3. Hope you DO NOT.Double the Hollywood Outsiders because there's LOTS going on in entertainment!If you struggle with SELF CONFIDENCE - Jodi wants some 1 on 1 time with you.
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Wow after being believed that I won't get my custome before I go home got it yesterday picked it up today. And a rant about a ad on my recorder that drive me nuts!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigdcountry/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigdcountry/support
It's November and that means the holidays are upon us. How has eating felt in the past for you? Chaotic? Stressful? Free-for-all? Heavy? This year, what if you could feel calm? At ease? Relaxed? Present? In today's podcast episode I'm going to share 5 tips to practice intuitive eating during the holidays. Get ready to have a food drama-free holiday! This podcast is for women who crave a new approach to health and want to get out of the rollercoaster of dieting. If you feel like the only way for you to be healthy is by dieting, you've come to the right place! I'm here to show you that health is about so much more than what you eat and how much you hit the gym. Real health addresses the whole person, so that's what we talk about here! Episode website Join The Nourish Lab Learn about 1:1 Coaching with me. You can also find me at victoria-yates.com & on Instagram @nondiet_rn
The latest from the Alec Baldwin shooting accident in which cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed - director admits he wasn't sure if gun went through safety check. Jim plays audio from the amateur armourer and that of the 911 call from the scene. Driver in Burlington caught playing flute with both hands, police say. Jim has a bit of fun with this story including the admission that he had a popular flautist album as a kid. Topic pitches from you the listener. Jim reads through some of the ideas we have received from the past week, on topics the Showgram should talk about. A study shows that the early thirties are a person's most stressful time in life. What age do you think was most stressful for you?
Welcome back for episode 110 of the TD Fitness Podcast! This is part 2 of my Less Stress Series. Chronic stress is unhealthy. It affects our mood, our hormones, and our weight… But, a productive, positive mindset and a conducive, healthy environment can help us better manage that stress. Of course, when it comes to …
Today, you'll be getting a Feliz Friday life update from Janny where she talks all things like how to turn a stressful situation like being stuck at the airport into a positive one, what the heck is metaverse, and what you need to prioritize when it comes to money to help you grow both financially and mentally. Asi que no te lo pierdas! Remember to subscribe or follow to get all the latest podcast episodes. Empower Yourself: Join our Private Raising Bilingual Kids Facebook Group Shop: Get 25% Off your first Mi Legasi Shop purchase with code: POD25 Janny's Bestselling Planner FREE GOALS TO SUCCESS DOWNLOAD Let's Connect: Janny: Janny on Instagram: https://instagram.com/milegasi The Latina Mom Legacy on Instagram https://instagram.com/thelatinamomlegacy Facebook: https://facebook.com/milegasi Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/milegasi TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mi_legasi Chisme: Join La Lista our Newsletter at Milegasi.com and always be in the know. Hey! Send me a DM on IG and tell me what you think about the show or use #thelatinamomlegacy so I know you're a mamamiga :) XOXO Janny --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelatinamomlegacy/support
ITL re-lives the Stros stressful W and a lesson some Texans players could use from it courtesy of Javier. The Van Gundy Stros Goggles and Cal McNair's gesture backfires as Watt plays for the camera. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It doesn't matter if you're a GS3 or a GS "Fantastic" - This job is stressful! And if you're high up on the chain of command, it doesn't mean you're insulated from these stressors...Today on the show: Josh Simmons stops by for his second time to talk about the stressors everyone experiences with a gnarly fire season, winding down for the off season, the importance of taking a break, and some things he does to blow off some steam.Josh Simmons serves as the Director of Wildland Fire Operations for the BIA, Branch of Wildland Fire Management in Boise, Idaho at the National Interagency Fire Center. Josh currently serves as the Chair of the National Multi Agency Coordinating Group, which provides direction and mobilization of resources nationally for Fire and Non-Fire Incidents. In 2020 Josh began a detail assignment as the Fire Director for the BIA, where he provided overall national direction, policy, and leadership for the BIA's Wildland Fire Management Program.Josh is always down to answer questions, he can be found at the following Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/mocha_latte_8/You know the drill...Stay safe, stay savage...Enjoy!..........................Updates!EXCLUSIVE MERCH AVAILABLE!https://anchorpointpodcast.com/store..........................Sponsors:The Anchor Point Podcast is supported by the following wonderful folks...Mystery RanchNeed badass packs? Then look no further than Mystery Ranch!https://www.mysteryranch.comHotshot BreweryWanna pick up our Anchor Point Podcast merch or need killer coffee? Hit up Hotshot Brewery!!!https://www.hotshotbrewing.comThe Smokey GenerationWanna get some history and knowledge on Wildland Fire? Hit up The Smokey Generation!http://wildfire-experience.orgNot a sponsor of The Anchor Point Podcast, but a great organization:The Wildland Firefighter FoundationAnd, as always, please consider supporting this great nonprofit organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation!https://wffoundation.org
On this week's episode we talk: STORYTIME: trip to Barbados, the problem with ‘Bouji' women, the benefits of travelling, what's your reasons for smoking weed?, being your parents technology assistant, picking up responsibilities at home, the difficulties of living in London and much more! If you've enjoyed this episode make sure you share you like you subscribe as every interaction allows us to continue to create high-quality, entertaining content. Let us know what you think in the comments we always respond, we love speaking to our community members! #UE404 FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: TWITTER ~ @UE_404 INSTAGRAM~ @UE404 SNAPCHAT ~ @UE404
What pattern do you repeat on Fridays with food, television, and the way you cope with a stressful week? We chat more about noticing what you currently do and using a tool to change so you can create the life you want!
Alpenglow's Carrie Sundra spoke with us about frivolous circuits, solder live streaming, and yarn. Alpenglow Industries sells frivolous circuits, some pre-built (like FUnicorn) and some are buildables such as the cute but evil heart soldering kits called PS-I Hate You. Carrie's YouTube channel is alpenglowindustries where she livecasts Wednesday afternoon Pacific Time. You can still watch the Blob Solder sesh with Debra of GeekMomProjects. Please send pictures of your blobs. One of the recent videos talked about Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators. Our favorite is Arcade. Alpenglow Yarn sells electronic-based tools for dyers and yarn creators. On Twitter:@alpenglowind @alpenglowyarn @frivolous_circs On Instagram:@alpenglowind @alpenglowyarn Alpenglow also has a Tindie store: alpenglow/
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We power-rank the most stressful players to face in fantasy football, check in on Danny Kelly's 22 fantasy leagues, and answer listener emails, including Fantasy Court. Power Hour (3:00) DK Fantasy Check-in (32:47) Listener Emails (35:16) Sign up and compete against us in the Bad QB League on FanDuel here. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Zach, Alex, and Ben give notable nuggets, news, and haikus following the Green Bay Packers 25-22 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Hays House, a Boise shelter operated by the Idaho Youth Ranch for runaways and at-risk youth has cared for children ages 8-18 for 50 years. But when 10 employees quit over a stressful work environment, the decision was made to close the shelter for now.
Do you like pumpkin spice? Anna has typically not been a big fan of pumpkin spice, but she's started to enjoy it again, but it's not necessarily because of the taste… (:30) What's the craziest physical symptom you've ever had from stress? Raven get's dry skin when he's stressed out, but that's nothing compared to the horrifying physical symptoms the director of Squid Games suffered while filming season 1! (2:43) Being inclusive is one thing, but if you're sticking up for the rights of hypothetical beings, that's all I need to know about you! (10:02) Is candy corn gross or delicious? Carly Schildhaus from the National Confectioner's Association breaks down the history and legacy of Halloween's most controversial treat! (12:59) Do you have a piece of clothing that your significant other hates? Raven had a surprise day off over the weekend, so he put on his favorite pair of sweatpants. But he didn't realize it would spark a family wide debate! (16:55) Who doesn't love seltzer? It's as crisp and refreshing as soda, with 0 calories! But some studies suggest it may be wrecking havoc on one particular part of your body! (27:45) Is there anything more annoying than someone repeating a story they've told you before? What do you do in that scenario, should you tell them? Anna did some research and came up with some ways to get yourself out of that awkward situation! (31:21) Luke likes to take a long shower, usually over 20 minutes, but the problem is that his teenage son like to do the same thing and it takes them forever to get ready in the morning. Luke's wife Melanie has proposed setting a timer for 8 minutes to get them to hurry up, but Luke thinks that's crazy! Whose side are you on? (35:07) Donna has got a shot at winning $800! All she has to do is beat Raven at pop culture trivia! (43:54)
Our producer, Amanda Taran, is away this week and we've chosen to share some of our favorite episodes that you may not have heard. In this episode, Co-lead Coaches Gabriella Dennery MD and Jill Farmer, give us tips on how to make your non-clinical days more productive. They discuss time blocking and how it can help you stay more focused. Tune in to this episode to hear time management tips to make your nonclinical days less stressful. This technique for using your time most effectively is useful on nonclinical days and, frankly, everyday! Mentioned in the show: “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Time” by Daniel H. Pink https://amzn.to/3cwqp3P “There's Not Enough Time and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves” by Jill Farmer If you enjoyed this podcast episode, you may also enjoy: Q&A Friday: How To Manage Time and Stress How to Go from Languishing to Thriving We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, PlayerFM,ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean Our New DocWorking THRIVE Membership is here!! You'll get ongoing Small Group Coaching with our Experienced Team, Ongoing Coaching Support in a Private Community that Fosters Peer Support and Mentorship, and superb virtual courses to include ‘STAT: Quick Wins to Get Your Life Back' with Gabriella Dennery MD and Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer, ‘A New Era of Leadership' and ‘Communication for the Win' with Lisa Kuzman, and so much more! Join our community by clicking here. At DocWorking, our specialty is Coaching Physicians. We bring an exceptional experienced team to Coach Physicians to achieve the Best in Life and Medicine. Doctors devote their lives to caring for others. But does that mean they must sacrifice their own health and wellbeing? Absolutely not! At DocWorking, we have developed a unique way to embrace it all. The caring for others that you do so selflessly AND the caring for YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY that you crave in order to bring it all into the perfect balance specific to YOU. What if we told you that you CAN have it all? The career you dreamed of when you decided to become a doctor AND the life outside of medicine that you desire? DocWorking empowers physicians to get back on the path to achieving their dreams. Did you know that online reviews don't have to be left to chance? You can organically boost your reviews using a service that gives your patients a one click option to leave you a review. Most patients would leave a positive review if it were only that easy
Laura Lea Bryant is back on the podcast, and this time it's to talk about Stressless Cooking. A few years ago, we realized that the same stress and emotion that women experience with food... It shows up in COOKING too! To a lot of women, cooking is STRESSFUL! And that's why Laura Lea and I hunkered down in Asheville for 4 days, determined not to leave until we were able to take the stress and emotion out of cooking... and help women take control of their lives by taking control of their KITCHEN! And Stressless Cooking was born
Hello and welcome to the Not So Travelling Introvert today I want to continue a conversation I started having actually at an event I was part of talking about work productivity, but more like how to relax and refresh and recharge at work and why so nearly 80% of work as a reporter to feel that they feel stressed at work and roughly half of them need help managing it and the other half just think that's the way it is and it doesn't have to be. Stressful. Environments do not breed positive productivity. It hinders and store success and creativity, and your mind just doesn't work too well and de stress for long periods of time. So when you can't take a break or relax at work, you generally can't make the right decisions to perform. At Ur best, you will always be underperforming, making it harder to focus on what matters and ultimately affecting your professional goals or tasks that you need to do. So one of the things I really recommend is recognise your triggers. Actively take notice of the things that are causing you stress, so it be obvious others not so much to have a notebook or a post it note. You can write a list so you can create a more personalised way to combat them when you're uncomfortable or you start to feel stressed. Write it down. You don't have to do anything then, but examine it later and it will help you better identify what is causing problems. This way you can make sure that you're doing the right actions to counteract those issues and those triggers and to make work that much better for you, speak up and establish your boundaries. You must speak up if things or people are taking advantage of your space and time. If the hours are too long or too many meetings back to back and the causing you to experience problems, speak to somebody about it to a manager. Appear. Find a solution. Honesty and establishing healthy work boundaries are essential for any positive relationship. Ensure you have an optimised workspace and I feel this one set up your environment and dash for success for you. You don't add items that get in your way or distract you. Add things that help you reach your work goals and be more efficient but also inspire you. Do you like being at the beach? If so, can you get a tiny part of the sea and stick it in the wall in front of you? Do you want to remember how to get stuff done? So you have a little poster that says stuff and what to do? Yes. No in the next step. So you just kind of look at it. Whatever it is that can optimise your workspace for you to work more efficiently or happier. Anything to make you happy. It could be a little stuffed toy, it could be a plant, it could be dual monitors, whatever it is. See if you can get that set up for you and take short, quick breaks. Often take small five to ten minute breaks in between us and focus on your breathing and relaxing your muscles. Go for a short work around the office or your house or your building wherever it might be, go outside on a break or turn on some calming music or even just meditate for five minutes. Do something that completely distracts you from the noise or the chaos or the overwhelm and stress at work and reduces the tension. However, don't rent to others. This time should only be used to focus on you, your body and your mind because when you invite other people, you're not giving yourself a real break. And the other thing which is so much harder to do these days is keep work at work. You don't need to take your work stress home or do your home environment. When you're at home, you can do nothing about work issues until you get back to work. So why use that time to focus on negativity play music to separate the time when you're at work, to the time when you're at home. I know someone who even though they work and you live in the same environment, they will make sure they get up and go walk around the block as their commute. Do something that that's your mind has a chance to separate. Oh, I'm going home now. I'm going to work now. Once the work is done, it's done and must stop thinking about it. Don't have notifications on your phone, don't have pings on your computer, have a different computer or whatever it is. Using these tips to help you relax and disconnect a little bit at work more often and stop stress in its tracks will be great because it will help you long term before plagues plague you and stops you doing other things and it's something we kind of forget. Our brain is not made. We are not made to work for 8 hours straight. So why we forcing ourselves to do so? You will find you will be more productive and creative if you just give yourself time to breathe and have a break. Thank you for listening. This is Janice at The Career Introvert com helping you build your brand and get hired. Have a great rest of your week.
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Welcome to Wednesday with Elvis Duran and the Morning Show. Elvis talked about a study about how people are more burnt out more than ever before and how to take care of yourself! We check in with Meghan Trainor about. new podcast with her brother Ryan, new music and becoming a MOM! We play a game based off of movies that are based off of "Stressful work Places". We wanted to hear about the weird things you grew up doing but didn't realize until you were older Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com