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Ethos Podcast
#104 - Ethos Podcast - Stutz y sus herramientas útiles para conocer mejor a los monstruos que nos acompañan.

Ethos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 81:16


"Un documental tranquilizador y conmovedor que en sí mismo es una experiencia humorística, vulnerable y finalmente terapéutica". – Ready Steady Cut, acerca de "Stutz"Esta semana hablamos del documental que Jonah Hill decidió hacer sobre Phil Stutz y su filosofía aplicada a la terapia.Desde vulnerabilidad, pasando por gestión de expectativas y llegando a la acción mínima diaria, entre todos, intentamos no hacer mucho spoiler del documental para que puedas disfrutarlo si te lanzas a verlo, sin perder vista de algunos puntos que creemos importantes de remarcar.Links mencionados y/o relacionados:Stutz, Netflix (https://www.netflix.com/title/81387962)El método: Las herramientas que activarán tu fuerza interior para cambiar tu vida, Phil Stutz & Barry Michels (https://amzn.to/3wyGgcw)Entiende tu menteEste episodio está patrocinado por Programa DOCE. (https://www.programadoce.com)

Rising Stronger

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Before You Kill Yourself
Life lessons from Stutz, A Man Called "Ove," and the book "The Botany of Desire"

Before You Kill Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 46:30


Leo discusses: How to build your life forceWhy "Ove" wants to end his lifeLessons on how to thrive from plantsSponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/

Self-Helpless
Our Top 10 Takeaways From The Netflix Documentary ‘Stutz'

Self-Helpless

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 60:22


This week the girls discuss Jonah Hill's Netflix documentary, ‘Stutz,' about his psychiatrist's unique body of work. They share which of Dr. Stutz' therapeutic tools resonated with them most, offer personal anecdotes that align with pivotal moments from the documentary, and explore the dynamic of a client / clinician relationship. They also celebrate Jonah's shocking reveal! This episode was sponsored by FACTOR! Head to FACTOR75.com/helpless60 and use code helpless60 to get 60% off your first box  For 65 bonus episodes, exclusive rewards, and to influence content for the show, join our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/selfhelpless Delanie's free sh*t for mental health professionals: https://www.delaniefischer.com Kelsey's Tour Dates: https://www.kelseycook.com 

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Buckle in, listeners, because we're diving head-first down the rabbit hole of *cringe*. What does cringe look like these days? How do we embrace it—the good kind? How do cut everyone (ourselves included) some cringe slack?   If you're not getting our newsletter!   Today's prompt: Nell Diamond's repost of a tweet from @isabelunraveled. (For more on Nell, founder of Hill House Home, dip into these profiles from New York Magazine and Harper's Bazaar.)   The Justin Long post. Discuss!   For some cringe backstory: Kaitlyn Tiffany's story “How Did We Get So ‘Cringe'?” for The Atlantic.   We had to revisit Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic—because avoiding cringe and chasing perfectionism are related…no? See also: Ninth Street Women by Mary Gabriel, David Brandon Geeting's installment of the Perfectly Imperfect newsletter, and the edition of Kaelen Haworth's Kael Mail newsletter about ins but no outs.    Check out Her Country by Marissa R. Moss. Among the themes: how Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, and Mickey Guyton gave up on wanting people to like them to find success.     On finding affection for your younger self: this Anne Helen Petersen newsletter, Jonah Hill's doc Stutz, the podcast Mortified, Justin Cooley on his role in Kimberly Akimbo, and Mo Willems in the NYT.   A definition of post-cringe; an example of post-cringe: Kaitlin Phillips.   How are you embracing cringe? Who's your cringe-spiration? We need your thoughts at 833-632-5463, podcast@athingortwohq.com, or @athingortwohq—or join our Geneva! For a whole lot more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership.   Download the free Zocdoc app and book that doctor's appointment—now's the time! Help out your hair with Nutrafol. Take $15 off your first month's subscription with the code ATHINGORTWO. YAY. Produced by Dear Media

Naoness: The Power of Connection
40: Naoness reviews therapy tools featured in Netflix documentary "Stutz" by Jonah Hill

Naoness: The Power of Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 67:33


We welcome back special guest, Sahira, from Episode 19 almost exactly a year ago, to share our reviews about her recommended film viewing of Jonah Hill's "Stutz." We love the simple visual model of therapy tools that Jonah extracts from his therapist, leading psychiatrist, Phil Stutz. Part love story of their relationship, part useful and practical tools to bring to your everyday - don't miss! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/naoness/support

How We'll Live Podcast
Intentional time, what I'm loving lately, and why having a doctors who will advocate for you is so important

How We'll Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 45:05


In this solo episode, I'm sharing a quote from the new Jonah Hill doc, Stutz, what I'm loving lately, and reflecting on part 2 of my conversation with Alli Magier as it relates to getting to the root cause, personalized testing, and fertility.   Follow Me on Instagram Episode with Dr. Shannon Ritchie Episode with Dr. Sue Evlo  

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz
#225 – What is Chat GPT? Ian Lara's Romantic Comedy stand up special, the Stutz Documentary and California Typewriter

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 45:57


In this episode I speak about the new open AI technology, Chat GPT.  I also speak about Ian Lara's latest stand-up comedy special, Romantic Comedy.  I recap and review watching the Stutz documentary and the California Typewriter documentary.   The Spun Today Podcast is a Podcast that is anchored in Writing, but unlimited in scope.  Give it a whirl.    Time Stamps: (03:36) - What is Chat GPT?  (14:53) - Ian Lara's Romantic Comedy Stand up Special (21:08) - Stutz Documentary (33:31) - California Typewriter Documentary    Twitter: https://twitter.com/spuntoday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spuntoday/ Website: http://www.spuntoday.com/home Newsletter: http://www.spuntoday.com/subscribe   Links referenced in this episode:   Want to try ChatGPT? https://chat.openai.com/auth/login   ChatGPT article: https://www.okaybliss.com/who-owns-chatgpt/   OpenAI: https://openai.com/   Ian Lara: Romantic Comedy | Official Trailer | HBO https://youtu.be/4FrB2qYf9BU   Ian Lara IG: @ianlaralive   Stutz Documentary: https://www.netflix.com/TITLE/81387962   The Tools Book: https://www.amazon.com/Tools-Courage-Creativity-Willpower-Inspire-ebook/dp/B006YZ285A/ref=sr_1_1?crid=28N81X2YOCSXF&keywords=the+tools&qid=1674023068&s=digital-text&sprefix=the+tool%2Cdigital-text%2C192&sr=1-1   California Typewriter: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5966990/   Get your Podcast Started Today! https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=SPUN (Use Promo code SPUN and get up to 2-months of free service!)   Check out all the Spun Today Merch, and other ways to help support this show! https://www.spuntoday.com/support   Check out my Books: Make Way for You – Tips for getting out of your own way & FRACTAL – A Time Travel Tale http://www.spuntoday.com/books/ (e-Book & Paperback are now available).   Fill out my Spun Today Questionnaire if you're passionate about your craft.  I'll share your insight and motivation on the Podcast: http://www.spuntoday.com/questionnaire/    Shop on Amazon using this link, to support the Podcast: http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pc_tf_lc?&tag=sputod0c-20&camp=216797&creative=446321&linkCode=ur1&adid=104DDN7SG8A2HXW52TFB&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.spuntoday.com%2Fcontact%2F   Shop on iTunes using this link, to support the Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTop?genreId=38&id=27820&popId=42&uo=10   Shop at the Spun Today store for Mugs, T-Shirts and more: https://viralstyle.com/store/spuntoday/tonyortiz   Outro Background Music: https://www.bensound.com   Spun Today Logo by: https://www.naveendhanalak.com/   Sound effects are credited to: http://www.freesfx.co.uk   Listen on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Website

People Problems
080 - Doc Club Edition: Stutz

People Problems

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 36:21


Whether or not you agree with HR's many methods... we can all agree that humans need better tools to be, well, human. With the rise of mental health awareness, an increasing conversation about ending work stress and anti-hustle culture on the rise - it's important to discuss... your intimacy issues. After much fanfare for their first 'Doc Club' episode, Alexa and Tyson review the new and popular documentary, Stutz, with lots of aggressive opinions to share. Give it go!  Watch the doc: https://www.netflix.com/title/81387962 Read Mark Manson's book: https://www.amazon.com/Love-Not-Enough-Mark-Manson/dp/1713585189 ***Important People Problems disclaimer: We don't think that HR should take on the role of in-office psychologist or psychiatrist. Are there some interesting and valuable resources and tools in this documentary to help humans better understand themselves and maybe better understand how they work? Absolutely. We're not suggesting you become the Wendy Rhoades of your office. However if you don't get that reference, we are suggesting that you watch Billions. Highlights and Key Points:  What is a doc club anyway? (11:58) “Stutz” summary (12:38) SPOILER ALERT (15:03) “How do you build trust and rapport between two people in vulnerable situations?” (16:10) Tying the doc and its message back to HR and the working environment (16:35) SPOILER ALERT (17:09) “Your manager is sometimes someone you have to be vulnerable with in order to be managed well. You have to honest about failings.” (17:56-18:04) “You can't manage people well if you do not know where they come from and you do not know where they are trying to go.” (19:02) The idea of being fallible and how that connects back to work (27:57) FOLLOW US! Follow the podcast on Linkedin, Instagram, and TikTok at @peopleproblemspod   Follow the hosts: Alexa Baggio on Instagram, Tiktok, and LinkedIn Tyson Mackenzie on Instagram at @hr.shook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Inner Archeology with Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone

What happens when you're aware of the pain you create for yourself through mental images? And how do you choose to remember last year? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily look back at their 2022 and share their goals for the new year, including Sarah's willingness to embrace simplicity and Emily's strive to cultivate intentionally – plus, a couple of tips from Jonah Hill's new documentary Stutz. Key Points In Episode: If you're afraid of running out of things to cover as a content creator, don't sweat it! As Sarah says, you won't run out of things to say (trust her, she's been a copywriter for 10+ years). Sarah's mantra for 2023 is ‘I'm not going to unnecessarily mentally torture myself.' Being aware of the fact that we often create pain through the images we create for ourselves is powerful. Keep that in mind the next time it happens. For Emily there are two layers: it's about stopping the pain that comes as a result of the thoughts and stories we create, and the second is about actually cultivating joy, healing, and trust through our way of thinking. What does Sarah think about simplicity? ‘It's booooriiiing!' However, focusing on doing less and simplifying things is what her next few months are going to be about. Emily has been in survival mode for the last two years and she wants to change things in 2023. She wants to raise the baseline of the overall quality of her life, as well as cultivating music and art in her life. #LifeGoals As you're thinking about your goals for the new year, try to be specific. If you're thinking about baselines, try to define that as much as you can. Are you referring to health? To nutrition? To working out? To something else? Btw, specific baselines are covered in Sarah's upcoming book! #ComingSoon Sarah brings up a big lesson from Jonah Hill's documentary Stutz: always work on your life force by starting on your relationship with your body. An unexpected joy for Emily last year? Dancing! For Sarah, there are two: how her relationship with Ben has unfolded (which surprises her all the time), and having a ton of F-U-N doing an event with Emily. For 2022, Sarah chooses to remember it as the year where she stopped being small in business and in life. For Emily, that's TBD. Another golden nugget from Jonah Hill's Stutz: pain, uncertainty, and working on yourself are three constants that are always there. The key is to continue to move forward and even embrace them. Emily said it: ‘It's never all dark. Even when darkness seems everywhere, there's ALWAYS some intrinsic light in it.' #InspiringWords   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Inner Archeology Email Sarah Turner on Instagram Emily Pennystone on Instagram @Inner.Archeology on Instagram InnerArcheology.com InnerArcheology.tv (video version) patreon.com/InnerArcheology Inner Archeology on YouTube Sarah's YouTube channel 30 Rock Daughter Drink This Water: A Book of Sacred Love by Jaiya John Jonah Hill's Stutz

The Millennial Nutritionist
062: Can You Drink Alcohol and Still Lose Weight | Plus Jonah Hill's Documentary Stutz

The Millennial Nutritionist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 41:27


One of the first questions our clients ask us concerns whether they can still drink while trying to lose weight. The answer is yes, you can still drink. You don't have to cut anything out of your diet in order to lose weight. That being said, it is important to understand not only the calories that are involved in drinking, but also how it affects your moods, sleep, and decision making. Listen in as Illa talks with TMN Coach Catherine about all of this plus tips on how to be social without over imbibing and how to drink alcohol in ways that align with your weight goals. In addition, they discuss Jonah Hill's Documentary Stutz and his struggles as an overweight child. Join our Millennial Living Membership for healthy recipes, grocery lists, monthly challenges, and more! https://themillennialnutritionist.com/membership Links mentioned: Article: Want to Change Your Life? Start with Stutz's Tools from Jonah Hill's Therapist. Article: Jonah Hill and his mom say pressures on him to lose weight impacted his relationships with women In this episode you'll learn… Alcohol decreases testosterone and testosterone helps us to increase our muscle mass. Increased muscle mass = a higher metabolism, which might be the edge you need to lose weight more effectively. Drinks are not as filling, they don't leave you feeling satisfied in the same way that food does. It's easy to drink 800 calories worth and then go on to eat an 800 calorie meal. Alcohol also impairs your decision making, making it that much harder to avoid the mini-donut stand at midnight. Change up your night time routine if it involves alcohol. Alcohol helps you fall asleep faster but provides poor quality sleep. This makes you more tired in the morning and can increase cravings. Try reading, a caffeine-free tea or a bath in the evenings to help you unwind. Hi! I'm Illa (MS, RDN) and I am a Registered Dietitian who provides weight loss coaching for millennials. There are so many health companies and fad diets out there that want to convince you to buy their products, but I'm here to show you that you don't need any products to lose weight! It just takes a little behavior change and food tracking. The Millennial Nutritionist is a private practice dedicated to helping people lose weight and build better health habits to support their busy lifestyles. We offer a 3-month Lifestyle Reset Program and a monthly Millennial Living Membership to support you with your goals! Learn more about our programs at https://themillennialnutritionist.com/services. Connect with us!: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.millennial.nutritionist/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@millennialnutritionist Website: https://themillennialnutritionist.com/

Inner Archeology with Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone

What happens when you're aware of the pain you create for yourself through mental images? And how do you choose to remember last year? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily look back at their 2022 and share their goals for the new year, including Sarah's willingness to embrace simplicity and Emily's strive to cultivate intentionally – plus, a couple of tips from Jonah Hill's new documentary Stutz. Key Points In Episode: If you're afraid of running out of things to cover as a content creator, don't sweat it! As Sarah says, you won't run out of things to say (trust her, she's been a copywriter for 10+ years). Sarah's mantra for 2023 is ‘I'm not going to unnecessarily mentally torture myself.' Being aware of the fact that we often create pain through the images we create for ourselves is powerful. Keep that in mind the next time it happens. For Emily there are two layers: it's about stopping the pain that comes as a result of the thoughts and stories we create, and the second is about actually cultivating joy, healing, and trust through our way of thinking. What does Sarah think about simplicity? ‘It's booooriiiing!' However, focusing on doing less and simplifying things is what her next few months are going to be about. Emily has been in survival mode for the last two years and she wants to change things in 2023. She wants to raise the baseline of the overall quality of her life, as well as cultivating music and art in her life. #LifeGoals As you're thinking about your goals for the new year, try to be specific. If you're thinking about baselines, try to define that as much as you can. Are you referring to health? To nutrition? To working out? To something else? Btw, specific baselines are covered in Sarah's upcoming book! #ComingSoon Sarah brings up a big lesson from Jonah Hill's documentary Stutz: always work on your life force by starting on your relationship with your body. An unexpected joy for Emily last year? Dancing! For Sarah, there are two: how her relationship with Ben has unfolded (which surprises her all the time), and having a ton of F-U-N doing an event with Emily. For 2022, Sarah chooses to remember it as the year where she stopped being small in business and in life. For Emily, that's TBD. Another golden nugget from Jonah Hill's Stutz: pain, uncertainty, and working on yourself are three constants that are always there. The key is to continue to move forward and even embrace them. Emily said it: ‘It's never all dark. Even when darkness seems everywhere, there's ALWAYS some intrinsic light in it.' #InspiringWords   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Inner Archeology Email Sarah Turner on Instagram Emily Pennystone on Instagram @Inner.Archeology on Instagram InnerArcheology.com InnerArcheology.tv (video version) patreon.com/InnerArcheology Inner Archeology on YouTube Sarah's YouTube channel 30 Rock Daughter Drink This Water: A Book of Sacred Love by Jaiya John Jonah Hill's Stutz

Inner Archeology with Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone - Video Edition

What happens when you're aware of the pain you create for yourself through mental images? And how do you choose to remember last year? In this episode of Inner Archeology, Sarah and Emily look back at their 2022 and share their goals for the new year, including Sarah's willingness to embrace simplicity and Emily's strive to cultivate intentionally – plus, a couple of tips from Jonah Hill's new documentary Stutz. Key Points In Episode: If you're afraid of running out of things to cover as a content creator, don't sweat it! As Sarah says, you won't run out of things to say (trust her, she's been a copywriter for 10+ years). Sarah's mantra for 2023 is ‘I'm not going to unnecessarily mentally torture myself.' Being aware of the fact that we often create pain through the images we create for ourselves is powerful. Keep that in mind the next time it happens. For Emily there are two layers: it's about stopping the pain that comes as a result of the thoughts and stories we create, and the second is about actually cultivating joy, healing, and trust through our way of thinking. What does Sarah think about simplicity? ‘It's booooriiiing!' However, focusing on doing less and simplifying things is what her next few months are going to be about. Emily has been in survival mode for the last two years and she wants to change things in 2023. She wants to raise the baseline of the overall quality of her life, as well as cultivating music and art in her life. #LifeGoals As you're thinking about your goals for the new year, try to be specific. If you're thinking about baselines, try to define that as much as you can. Are you referring to health? To nutrition? To working out? To something else? Btw, specific baselines are covered in Sarah's upcoming book! #ComingSoon Sarah brings up a big lesson from Jonah Hill's documentary Stutz: always work on your life force by starting on your relationship with your body. An unexpected joy for Emily last year? Dancing! For Sarah, there are two: how her relationship with Ben has unfolded (which surprises her all the time), and having a ton of F-U-N doing an event with Emily. For 2022, Sarah chooses to remember it as the year where she stopped being small in business and in life. For Emily, that's TBD. Another golden nugget from Jonah Hill's Stutz: pain, uncertainty, and working on yourself are three constants that are always there. The key is to continue to move forward and even embrace them. Emily said it: ‘It's never all dark. Even when darkness seems everywhere, there's ALWAYS some intrinsic light in it.' #InspiringWords   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Inner Archeology Email Sarah Turner on Instagram Emily Pennystone on Instagram @Inner.Archeology on Instagram InnerArcheology.com InnerArcheology.tv (video version) patreon.com/InnerArcheology Inner Archeology on YouTube Sarah's YouTube channel 30 Rock Daughter Drink This Water: A Book of Sacred Love by Jaiya John Jonah Hill's Stutz

Mücadele
Mücadele 102 - "Stutz"

Mücadele

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 39:41


Bu hafta "Stutz" belgeseli üzerine konuşuyoruz.Mücadele'ye hoş geldiniz.Twitter'dan Mücadele'yi takip etmeyi unutmayın: twitter.com/mucadelepodcastBizi dinleyebileceğiniz tüm platformlar: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3wZOwKwgFBsGmfG4ucjdd1?si=4upwBHInTDy8zENyeu1D9giTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/tr/podcast/m%C3%BCcadele-01/id1360454797?i=1000406560515&l=tr&mt=2Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3093942YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2H3qK0nwR5iPGs8bNu79HAHer türlü geri bildiriminiz için;mucadelepodcast@gmail.comtwitter.com/mucadelepodcastadreslerinden bize ulaşabilirsiniz.Keyifli dinlemeler!

Tig and Cheryl: True Story
Stutz (Jonah Hill doc)

Tig and Cheryl: True Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 60:01


Tig and Cheryl analyze "Stutz," a fascinating doc about actor Jonah Hill and his relationship with his psychiatrist Phil Stutz. Will Stutz's tools help Tig and Cheryl? Would you rather be a 1-on-1 therapist, or a couples counselor? And why do men enjoy dressing like babies? There's no way to know, but our doc duo are sure to try!True Story Show livestream show Jan 31! Tix: https://www.dynastytypewriter.com/events-calendar?loxi_pathname=%2Ftig-cheryl-true-story-3797*this episode spills beans* (tigandcheryltruestory@gmail.com)Follow the show:Instagram: @tigandcheryltruestoryTwitter: @TandCTrueStoryGet merch at podswag.com/truestorySee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Captivate Podcast
Episode 227: Consecrate Yourself | Weston Stutz

Captivate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 38:14


The process of "Consecration" leads us to intentionally dedicate our lives as holy and set apart for the Lord's work and will. It helps us to look past our new year's goals and to make Jesus our new year's priority. There is no doubt we will all face tests this year with God and in this world. But consecration will prepare us to pass these tests, to ready ourselves for God's wonders and rewards in 2023.

Insight Mind Body Talk
Happiness and Flow

Insight Mind Body Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 41:43 Transcription Available


Have you ever experienced been completely absorbed in a task or activity? You might be in flow! Research in positive psychology, the scientific study of what makes life most worth living, shows being in a state of flow can lead to increased life satisfaction. And we can find flow at work, at home, and really, anywhere! Knitting, puzzles, running, yoga...the list is endless. Find out more about flow and other positive psychology tools in this week's IMBT episode: “Happiness and Flow”.  Continue LearningMartin SeligmanMihaly Csikszentmihalyi Flow: The psychology of optimal experienceDan Harris10% HappierGretchen Ruben The Happiness ProjectShawn AchorBefore HappinessProduced by Jessica Warpula Schultz and Jeanne KolkerMusic by Jason A. SchultzInsight Mind Body Talk. Also, check out our e-courses!

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People
Navigating Racism and Inclusion with Greg Jenkins, Nirupa Netram, and Elinor Stutz

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 50:40


When Greg Jenkins, Nirupa Netram, and Elinor Stutz, three colleagues and members of the Inclusion Allies Coalition, come together to discuss the importance of talking about race, they are confronted with their own diverse backgrounds, a goal to support those impacted by racism, and a central conflict between silence and open dialogue.   "It is important for us to understand that race is a very Western idea, but in the context of those parts of the world where race is an understood terminology to understand the effects of race and racism is important for us to, in the case of the IAC, help us understand people that are suffering because of the negative impacts of racism." - Greg Jenkins Greg Jenkins is an older, white, straight male of Catholic upbringing who spent 28 years in the US Army and has been a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant for the last 17 years. Nirupa Netram is an attorney and consultant of Indian descent and Hindu faith. Elinor Stutz is a Jewish woman, a best selling author, and the founder of Smooth Sale, Greg, Nirupa, and Elinor, along with Simma, are colleagues and members of the Inclusion Allies Coalition. Each of them has a different cultural background and provides their own perspective on the importance of talking about race and the value of the Inclusion Allies Coalition. Elinor shares the story of her family's experience and her own experience in corporate. They explain why it is important to have conversations about race, speak out against racism and stand together with people who are different. The Inclusion Allies Coalition provides a safe space for entry into conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a way to connect with people from all around the world.   The Inclusion Allies Coalition brought together three colleagues and friends with a variety of cultural backgrounds. They discussed the importance of having conversations about race and the value of those conversations. In this episode, you will learn the answers to the following: How does being a member of the Inclusion Allies Coalition promote diversity, equity, and inclusion? What challenges have been experienced by those who have been negatively impacted by racism? How can people become more open to learning from those who are different?   Key Topics: [00:45] Three members of the Inclusion Allies Coalition appear on this week's podcast. Each person will give you two minutes, two sentences about themselves. They will give their name, their cultural background. [03:09] “Why do you think it's important to talk about race today?”  We can't have silence now because you're going to call on us. Why is it an important conversation? Well, these are discussions that are happening globally in response to so many issues.   [04:48] Elinor Stutz was raised not to talk about being Jewish because her family were holocaust surivors. She says antisemitism is on the rise and so is racism. It's important for groups to stand together and to really speak out together.   [09:02] The Inclusion Allies Coalition brings together people from all over the world. They are  advocates for people that may be suffering, or negatively impacted by the topics that we're referring to here. Greg finds value in networking with other colleagues that are trying to do good things in their world. [11:09] Being an IAC member allows you to gain access to global practitioners who support and take action to build inclusion. Elinor shares what it means to her to meet so many people who diverse in so many ways. [19:24] When Elinor was growing up, her grammar was half English and half Yiddish. She felt weird all the time. People always told her she was weird. [22:23] Nirupa: “I was very lucky growing up. It wasn't until I moved to the US that I began to experience the negative aspects of race and racism.” She says she would walk into stores and be ignored or looked at a certain way. Nirupa believes people are fundamentally good and capable of change. [27:07] Simma ask Nirupa, “Do you think younger generations are more accepting of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or it's still the same?” Nirupa “I would like to see the future in upcoming generations, that they are more inclusive. I again believe people are well intended and capable of change.” [31:13] Nirupa: “Inclusion Allies Coalition is an important place in that we can have conversations that we don't have normally. For some folks, like maybe the ones that you're referring to in Charlottesville, that frightens them. We have to create spaces to have the conversations.” [33:35] Simma: What would you like your friends to do to show support for you? Nirupa: I think just maybe us openly talking about it, and sharing ways that they can be an ally to me. I find talking through scenarios that negatively impact us really help. [36:41] Gregory: “We need to acknowledge what has happened so that it's not glossed over". Elinor: I hope that we will become more united and this crime wave based on race and antisemitism as well as toward other groups will end. [42:17] Greg: “For your listeners there's the 4D Tool. The four DS are delay, distract, delegate and direct. Research showed that oftentimes when people see something happening, they don't know what to do. We do have to stand up, which is why we have inclusion allies.” [45:39] Simma: “Share either a movie. film or TV show, or a song that reflects what's going on today around race and differences or allyship. For each of you, I want to know, do you have any?   Guests Bio   Greg Jenkins is a dedicated and passionate leader, facilitator, coach, and mentor dedicated to helping people and teams achieve higher levels of performance.  Greg completed a successful 28+ year US Army career that ranged from overseas duties in Germany, South Korea, and combat duty in Iraq to include several stateside assignments culminating in Washington D.C.  While serving at the Pentagon, Greg teamed up with the Army's Diversity Task Force, and worked directly with the Secretary of the Army and Army Chief of Staff to help establish the Army's Diversity program, policies, and marketing.    Now spanning over three decades from military service to professional corporate consulting, Greg has trained, facilitated, mentored, and coached countless military service members, corporate employees and executive leaders of various industries including the Federal Government, US military, finance, insurance, communications, logistics and retail services.  Greg is a passionate veteran volunteer who enjoys actively mentoring and coaching business professionals, US military service members, veterans.   Social Media Links LinkedIn Twitter   Nirupa Netram is an Indian female immigrant attorney and certified diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace professional with more than two decades of experience in multiple sectors, including the corporate, nonprofit, government, and legal sectors, in the areas of DEI, human resources, program management, strategic planning, operations, compliance, and more. Nirupa earned her bachelor's degree in business administration from Stetson University and her juris doctorate from Stetson University College of Law. She is the founder of Lotus Solutions LLC, a Florida-certified woman and minority-owned enterprise that helps local, national, and international organizations build and sustain DEI to ensure a fair and just workplace.   Elinor Stutz, CEO of Smooth Sale, delivers inspirational keynotes at conferences and authored three books: The International Best-Selling book, “Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building That Gets Results”, and her second best-selling book is “HIRED!” The third book, The Wish: A 360 Business Development Process to Fuel Sales provides a comprehensive plan for building a global audience. Kred ranks Stutz as a Top 1% influencer; CEO World Magazine named Stutz as one of “The brightest sales minds to follow on Twitter” and she was featured on the cover of the March 2015 Sales and Service Excellence e-Magazine. Stutz' blog is distributed among corporations and entrepreneurs alike. Both Bizhumm and NowISeeIt named the Smooth Sale Blog as one of the “Top 100 Most Innovative Sales Bloggers.” Her sales seminar was filmed for Eduson.TV. Stutz consults and speaks worldwide.   Host Bio Simma Lieberman, The Inclusionist helps leaders create inclusive cultures. She is a consultant, speaker and facilitator and the host of the podcast, “Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People.” Contact Simma@SimmaLieberman.com Go to www.simmalieberman.com and www.raceconvo.com for more information Simma is a member of and inspired by the global organization IAC (Inclusion Allies Coalition)   Resources: IAC (Inclusion Allies Coalition)   Other episodes you'll enjoy: Black Fatigue with Mary Frances Winters Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz; Do the Anti-Racist Work How to End Racial Bias in Media with Karen Hunter and Daniel Stedman   Connect with SIMMA: Instagram Facebook YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Website Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating   

Art Horse
104. Gabi Kingsley: subtle growth, fried egg quilts, and making meaning after the fact

Art Horse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 105:10


Gabi Kingsley is a dabbler in many fine things. You can see her found poetry on Instagram @thistlequiff, textile/quilting play @gabrielle.kingsley, and emotiblobs for the #100dayproject @glisteningcarcass. If you want to hear more about Gabi, listen to episode 88!In this episode:The surprise and delight of finally finding something that sticks ✨The quilt show of quilt shows (WOW)Submitting (framed!) artwork to a far-away gallery and an interior design shop!What do you get to discover by circling back to past artwork?We mention:The Daylight Artist Collective in Westerville: https://www.instagram.com/daylightartistcollective/Andy J. Pizza: https://www.andyjpizza.comThe Threadhouse: https://www.instagram.com/thethreadhouse/Janine Crum: https://www.instagram.com/janine.crum/"Stutz" on NetflixDevon Walz's course UNIQUE, and her podcast Art + Magic: https://www.devonwalz.com/The International Quilt Festival (in Houston):  https://www.instagram.com/quiltfestival

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
487: The More You Know

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 64:29 Very Popular


In this episode of The More You Know, we discuss the latest in pop culture, including our initial thoughts on Prince Harry's memoir Spare, our favorite seasons of the Bachelor / Bachelorette, and our casting ideas for the next installment of Puss In Boots. Plus Erin shares how she was shaped by the film 8 Mile. MENTIONSNew! There's so much new stuff coming your way if you become a BFOTS on Patreon. Sign up for the annual plan and get our Harry Potter recaps at knoxandjamie.com/annualIt's real: MILF ManorComing up: The Mandalorian (cute: see Pedro and Bella interview)Fact check: Raven's Home > That's So Raven2014 Throwback: This Is Where I Leave You (HBO)Our favorite Bach seasons: Hannah Brown, Petey 4 Times, Ari, Rachel Lindsay, TayshiaWhat's the Word? // 8 Mile series | In Da Club | Eminem in Funny People | (I may regret linking this NSFW scene but…) Brittany Murphy licks her hand | Casting: Bad Bunny, The Spice Girls, Barenaked Ladies, Pete Wentz, Ashlee Simpson married Evan Ross (brother to Tracee Ellen Ellis Ross)? | Can ChatGPT write our script?How do we feel? // Spare by Prince Harry | Jamie's favorites celebrity memoirs: Jessica Simpson, Andre Agassi, Carrie Fisher, Tina TurnerBox Office Recap // Avatar 2 | M3GAN | Puss in Boots 2 | A Man Called Otto (listen: Episode 1 of What Should I Read Next, read: A Man Called Ove) | Black Panther | Plane | Dog Gone (Netflix) | The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker (Netflix) | Skinamarink | The Last of Us | MILF ManorNepo babies commentary: bad (Tom Hanks) vs. good (Allison Williams)Trailer Park // Renfield (IMDb: Nicholas Hoult, Nicolas Cage, Chris McKay photo) | You People (Green light: Stutz, IMDb: Kenya Barris, Crazy Stupid Love, Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogan, Moneyball)Red light mentions // Chris Harrison podcast | Bobby Petrino motorcycle accident | Jordan Davis leads the UGA bandBONUS SEGMENTOur Patreon supporters can get full access to this week's The More You Know news segment. Become a partner. This week our BFOTS can get the audio for last month's AUA and catch last night's replay. GREEN LIGHTSJamie: (book) Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher | (documentary) The Volcano: Rescue From Whakaari (Netflix)Knox: (movie) M3GANSHOW SPONSORSBabble: Get up to 55% off your subscription at babbel.com/popcastOlive & June: Get 20% off with oliveandjune.com/popSubscribe to Episodes: iTunes | Android Subscribe to our Monthly Newsletter: knoxandjamie.com/newsletterShop our Amazon Link: amazon.com/shop/thepopcast | this week's featured itemFollow Us: Instagram | Twitter | FacebookSupport Us: Monthly Donation | One-Time Donation | SwagSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Latter-day Disciples Podcast
Ep. 52 | Developing Eyes to See, with Meredith Stutz

The Latter-day Disciples Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 77:08


Meghan is joined by Meredith Stutz to discuss her unique perspective on learning doctrinal truths. Topics include: - Approaching Gospel Study with No Expectations- Openings Conduits for Revelation- An Alternate Perspective on Laman and Lemuel- The Law of Tithing, and Historical Context on Shepherds- Allowing the Lord to "shatter our triangles"Meredith is a disciple of Jesus Christ. Full stop. Love this episode and Latter-day Disciples mission? You can show your support by: Rating and Reviewing on your preferred podcast platformSharing this episode with a friendChecking out volunteer opportunities on latterdaydisciples.comDonating to our cause. General donations are accepted for the sole purpose of covering operating expenses.Your support is invaluable to us, no matter what form you choose to show it! Thank you for being our fellow disciples of our Savior, Jesus Christ. There are great days ahead for those who love the Lord, and we can't wait to share them with you! 

I Don't Get It
EP308: Babies in First Class?

I Don't Get It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 61:43 Very Popular


It's 2023 and we're back with lots of updates. Lauren checks in with her ongoing health saga. And Ashley and Lauren catch us up on a trip to Spencers and their revisit to the world of belly button piercings. Naz encourages everyone to stop saving their candles and special perfume for just the right time. Life is short. Light the damn candle. Naz talks about intention-setting and tries to narrow down the word she's going to use for 2023. This year Naz and Ashley are setting goals that are more lowkey while Lauren is aiming for something a little more take charge. Naz tells a great story about overcoming that inner voice that tells you you're just not doing enough.   Ashley reflects on the gift-giving season and the way that holidays are just so much more fun when you make it about the kids and stop worrying about trading gift cards back and forth with the adults in your life. Ashley has noticed that a lot of parents aren't telling their kids about Santa because they don't want to lie to their kids, and Lauren's got some choice words about that.   Lauren and Ashley pitch their new show Sex on Celexa and Naz discusses Jonah Hill's new documentary Stutz and the Harry & Meghan Netflix documentary.   Ashley wants to know: babies in first class? Yes or no?   Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to RocketMoney.com/getit   Right now, Kitsch is offering you 30% off your entire order at MyKitsch.com/getit More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426

Nudelberg Daily Huddle
Nudelberg Daily Huddle - January 5, 2023

Nudelberg Daily Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 27:49


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JLE
Stutz: therapy that works

JLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 42:57


Dr. Phil Stutz is a therapist like no other, illustrating practical steps for anyone who would like to move forward in life. Whether therapy has worked for you or you've spent years wishing it would, the tools explained in this review are all that is needed for inner peace, wisdom, and focus. P.S. note cards will be useful for this episode

The Movement Diaries
How to actually feel happy with your body

The Movement Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 19:06


Today's episode is inspired by the Jonah Hill's documentary Stutz which I watched on Netflix over the holiday. I'm talking about why what we see on the outside never captures a person's lived experience on the inside. So when we look at before and after photos or see someone famous lose a bunch of weight and automatically assume they are happy and their life is better, there is SO much we're missing. Happiness doesn't come from achieving an external goal around money or a clothing size or a job or a house. It comes from the actions you've taken that are in line with your values and how you want to show up in the world. And as we come into 2023 and you're thinking about what you want for yourself this year, this conversation is essential. In this episode you'll hear:Why external changes don't guarantee happinessHow to improve body image without losing weight Why seeing celebrities lose weight feels so triggering How to stay connected to YOUR work when it seems like a quick fix would be the easy answer I'm looking to begin working with 4-5 new 1:1 clients this month. If you're ready to make a permanent change so you can stop feeling obsessed with food, start feeling at ease in your body and lose fat, I'd love to help. Click here to schedule a compliment call so we can talk about what working together could look like. Connect with JordanaFind me on InstagramSign up for my Monday newsletter with lots of nutrition, body image and mindset tipsSchedule a free discovery call to talk more about working together

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time
Stutz: The Netflix Documentary by Jonah Hill (Heroic +1 #1,382)

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 2:48


Heroic: https://heroic.us (← Get your first 14 days free) Heroic Coach: https://heroic.us/coach (← Join 12,500+ Heroes from 110+ Countries!) Today's Heroic +1 features wisdom from Phil Stutz. Get more wisdom in less time (including Big Idea highlights of Phil Stutz's "The Tools" and "Coming Alive") with a Heroic Premium membership. Start a FREE 14-day premium trial here: http://heroic.us About Heroic: Heroic integrates ancient wisdom, modern science, and practical tools into a beautifully-designed app to help activate your best. Premium Heroic members have access to 600+ of the absolute greatest personal development books distilled into 25-min PhilosophersNotes and 50+ hour-long masterclasses on all areas of a flourishing life. SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/3EF3hQs #stutz #netflix #jonahhill #thetools #comingalive #personaldevelopment #heroic

איפה זה פוגש אותי
שנה לפודקאסט ופרק לשנה החדשה

איפה זה פוגש אותי

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 20:17


הפרק אני רוצה להגיד תודה לכם מאזינות ומאזינים שלי!הייתה לי שנה מהממת, מלאה באתגרים ושינויים, וגם עם הגשמת חלומות.הפרק הזה קליל כייפי עם שני תרגילים לשנה החדשה שאתם יכולים לעשות עכשיו בבית, וכלים להתמודדות עם העצלות שלנו ומהפחדים לפי פיל סטאטצקישור לסרט Stutzוקישור לספר The Toolsמאחלת לכם שנה מדהימה מלאה בהפתעות, שינויים, והצלחות!אוהבת אתכם ותמיד פה בשבילכם! תרגישו חופשי להתייעץ איתי תמיד ♥️

We Still Like Each Other
Episode 071: Our Brains Are Wired Different

We Still Like Each Other

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 53:52


Happy New Year from the WSLEO family to the world. This week we reflect on our year, the year ahead, and how our very different brains can use the same tools for personal growth. While setting the bar too high at the beginning of the year can be a recipe for disaster, there is nothing wrong with taking advantage of “new year new me” energy to set goals. There is something super attractive about vulnerability. If you haven't already, prioritize talking with your partner about how you envision 2023. What does filling your cup look like? Why does it matter that your cup is filled? I read from my personal reflection on this topic of cup filling. It is my reminder to prioritize me so that my family gets me at my best. We also talk about Johan Hill's new movie about his therapist, Stutz. His tool “Life Force” really resonated with me mostly because it was reinforcing something I sort of already knew about my mental health. Spoiler alert, there is no surprise to why I feel better mentally and emotionally when I am taking care of my physical body. Lastly we reveal our most listened to episodes of 2022, which was your favorite episode of the year? What topic have you been dying for us to cover? - StephanieBecome A Patron! - https://patreon.com/westilllikeeachother/

Stuff I Heard
Episode 389 Stutz Is Better Than Black Adam!!

Stuff I Heard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 30:56


Go watch Stutz.... sorry Mr Rock, Black Adam was terrible... it's not your fault. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joshua-peek/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joshua-peek/support

Socrates Dergi
Çok İyidir, Çok Severim #6 | Recep İvedik vs Pedro Almodóvar

Socrates Dergi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 38:36


Çok İyidir, Çok Severim'in arayı açmadan gelen altıncı bölümünde Caner Eler ve Onur Erdem, Dünya Kupası izlediklerini sandığımız son bir ayda radarlarına takılan eserleri beğenimize sunmaya devam ediyor. 90'lar Amerika'sında bir Harrier Jet kazanma fırsatını gören gencin dava sürecini anlatan "Pepsi, Where's My Jet?" belgeselinden yola çıkarak en sevdiğimiz jetler, aksiyon sinemacılığı ve tabii ki Tom Cruise övgüsü derken kendimizi favori gizli servislerimizi düşünürken buluyoruz. Ayrıca Onur Erdem'in yanlışlıkla izlediği Katakulli serisinden iki film ve sonrasındaki toparlanma süreciyle beraber ikili bizi kötü yapımlardan korumak için birkaç uyarıda bulunuyor. Öyle ki John Goodman'ın rol aldığı "Canavar Yolu No: 10" filmini izlemeyeceğimizden emin olmak için sonunu söylüyor ve biraz da iyi şeylerden bahsetmek üzere Sıcak Kafa'ya geçiyorlar. Zevklerin çatışmasında Onur'un Recep İvedik serisine Caner'in Pedro Almodóvar seçkisiyle cevap verdiği sohbetimiz, The Banshees of Inisherin, Ratatouille ve Stutz'a kadar uzanıyor. Son olarak The Ringo Jets, Eugene McGuinnes, The Gentle Waves, The Dolly Rocker Movement, North Downs, Peace ve Evdeki Saat ile müzik turumuzu tamamlıyor ve yedinci bölümün yolunu gözlemeye başlıyoruz.

Captivate Podcast
Episode 225: The Final Destination | The Cast Of Christmas | Weston Stutz

Captivate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 26:44


BloodStream
A Year in Review with NHF CEO, Len Valentino!

BloodStream

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 57:38


It's the final episode of 2022! Patrick gives an update on his ankle journey, through the good and the bad, PLUS a terrific interview with NHF CEO and President, Dr. Len Valentino. We'll close with a Let's Talk segment on focus on trauma, depressive swings featuring our own, Patrick James Lynch.    Watch Jonah Hill's Stutz on Netflix   Show Notes: Subscribe: The BloodStream Podcast     Presenting Sponsor: Takeda, visit bleedingdisorders.com to learn more.   Episode and Segment Sponsors:  Listen in to Let's Talk, a monthly segment with your host, Josh Bragg. Let's Talk shares tips on how to care for your own or someone you love's mental health and strives to eliminate the stigma associated with this discussion within the bleeding disorders community. Visit Letstalkmh.com and click Resources.   Brought to you by Sanofi   Connect with BloodStream Media: BloodStreamMedia.com BloodStream on Facebook  BloodStream on Twitter 

Off The Dome Radio
Episode 203: How to Define "Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years," Postural Work for Golfers, How to Tell Compelling Stores, and Finding Your "Why" with Training

Off The Dome Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 64:49


Show Description: In today's episode, Slager recaps Jonah Hill's "Stutz" documentary on Netflix and Dr. Phil's appearance on the Rogan Podcast. Tim provides you guidance on how to reflect on the question "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" For book talk, Slager analyzes "Man Uncivilized" by providing a different perspective in your training regimen, while offering actionable tips for golfers and athletes when it comes to postural work. Tim's book talk involves how to tell a compelling story, drawing concepts from "You Inc." by Harry Beckwith. Show Highlights: 2:45-27:15: Tim recaps his Florida vacation and golf course networking, we talk about how to be a better human being during the holidays, and Slager reflects on two special programs he watched: Jonah Hill's "Stutz" Netflix Documentary and Dr. Phil's appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast. 27:15-44:15: Tim provides his business update, lessons learned from writing credentials for a corporate company, and how to answer the question: "where do you see yourself in 5 years?" 44:15-55:45: Slager provides a business update on searching for video editing software, explains the concept of Chat GPT, and provides actionable exercises and tips on postural work for golfers and other athletes, resulting in more strength and power. 55:45-59:15: Tim dives into the book "You Inc." by Harry Beckwith and explains how you can tell compelling stories in presentations or interviews. 59:15-1:04:45: To end the show, Slager recaps "Man Uncivilized" by Traver Boehm by uncovering the importance of "why" we train, and using this motivation to maximize your gains. Free Resources: 5 Best Golf Warm-Up Exercises (https://www.optimalfitnessrx.com/shop-1/p/5-best-golf-warm-ups) Macro and Tracking Guide (https://www.optimalfitnessrx.com/shop-1/p/the-macro-and-tracking-guide) Quality Sleep Guide (https://www.optimalfitnessrx.com/shop-1/p/quality-sleep-guide) Hydration Guide (https://www.optimalfitnessrx.com/shop-1/p/hydration-guide) Interview Prep Worksheet (https://www.timahlersmeyer.com/products/p/interview-prep-worksheet) LinkedIn Profile Blueprint (https://www.timahlersmeyer.com/products/p/linkedin-profile-blueprint) Job Search Guide (https://www.timahlersmeyer.com/products/p/job-search-strategy-execution) Career Achievement Mapping Guide (https://www.timahlersmeyer.com/products/p/career-achievements)

The Rise & Conquer Podcast
Here's the missing piece to make 2023 your best year yet

The Rise & Conquer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 39:35


It's fun Friday and we are back with another pep talk!  On today's ep we get raw & real about a topic that can make us all quite uncomfortable (especially if you are a control freak like us) - UNCERTAINTY.  G chats to us about how she has personally got through this to the point that 2023 is the first year she has not completely locked in her plans business wise & personal… because if you think about it by planning out amazing goals to hit & reach each year are you technically blocking yourself from something bigger coming along?  If you want to learn how to embrace uncertainty and find the magic in the mystery then this is the ep for you!  You can watch Stutz here.  You can find out more about the Do it For Your Future Self Course  here.  If you are wanting to have your dilemma answered on the poddy, make sure you DM our poddy Instagram, click here.  You can find our website here.  You can join our Facebook group here.    You can shop Naked Harvest here, use code RISEANDCONQUERPODCAST at checkout.  Click here to find out more information about the Rise and Conquer Project, our 7 week self-development and manifesting course.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Creating Behavior with Charlie Sandlan
075 Doing What Scares You

Creating Behavior with Charlie Sandlan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 41:27 Transcription Available


It's a solo episode fellow daydreamers. This week Charlie talks about his appreciation for artists that dive into work that scares the hell out of them. He discusses Jonah Hill's documentary Stutz, the current Broadway production of Topdog/Underdog, Howard Stern's Springsteen interview, the actress Emma Corrin, and the playwright Adrienne Kennedy who at 91 is finally receiving her first Broadway production. You can follow CBP on Instagram @creatingbehavior, and Charlie's NYC acting conservatory, the Maggie Flanigan Studio @maggieflaniganstudio. Theme music by  https://www.thelawrencetrailer.com. For written transcripts, to leave a voicemail on SpeakPipe, or contact Charlie for private coaching, check out https://www.creatingbehaviorpodcast.com

Keep Talkin'
It's All in the Process (ft. Tyler Turner)

Keep Talkin'

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:59


In this episode, I have a conversation with my good friend, Tyler Turner, to discuss mental health tools presented in the recently released Netflix documentary called "Stutz," directed by Jonah Hill. Launching Season 5 of the podcast, we delve into hot and cold emotional periods, gratitude in the holiday season, and complacency versus contentment. Feedback? IG: the_sarahcb Tyler Turner: @tyleraturner Music: Jonathan Eley, aka: E L E Y, @actueley Cover Art: Derek Tucker, @derek.id Productions: thesarahcb.com Previous episodes with Tyler: https://anchor.fm/keeptalkin/episodes Find the Stutz documentary available to stream on Netflix.

Make Your Damn Bed
668 || Studying Stutz

Make Your Damn Bed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 3:44


Sitting with the parts of you that have felt rejected can be a powerful process.Watch Stutz: https://www.netflix.com/TITLE/81387962WATCH: www.youtube.com/juliemericaGET A MONTHLY NOTE FROM ME: www.makeyourdamnbedpodcast.comBUY SOME MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/make-your-damn-bed-podcast?ref_id=27657TUNE IN ON INSTAGRAM FOR COOL CONTENT: www.instagram.com/mydbpodcastOR BE A REAL GEM + TUNE IN ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/MYDBpodcast Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/make-your-damn-bed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sports and the City
“Texting is the Only Thing I'm Good at”

Sports and the City

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 67:45


⁃ Sun lamp controversy⁃ Goff wasn't off⁃ Let's Corral the Colts⁃ Longhouse Lizards⁃ H&M isn't just a place to shop / Stutz documentary ⁃ How to let someone down easily- What inspired us for the week

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
Ants, Chaos, and Girth

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 Very Popular


CC259: Lindsie's house must still think it's Halloween because she has been battling ants and has some weird paranormal activity going on.. Someone send help!Kail and Lindsie continue their talk on the new Casey Anthony docu-series. Their thoughts on Casey's body language, why did Casey shop around her story to studios, and was this series intentionally trying to make Casey look less guilty?In addition, Lindsie pitches the idea of perhaps having a child with an ex-husband if both parties are single and wanting of another child. Kail supports a listener's husband in his decision of getting penis enhancement. Lindsie recommends watching Jonah Hill's new documentary about mental health and therapy called Stutz. Today's Foul Play has us questioning people's hygiene priorities... Thank you to our sponsors! Care/of: Visit TakeCareOf.com and use code COFFEE50 for 50% off your first order Everlywell: Visit everlywell.com/convos for 20% off an at-home lab test Ipsy: Up your makeup game the affordable way and go to Ipsy.com/coffeeconvos Lomi: Turn your food waste into dirt with the press of a button with Lomi. Use the code COFFEECONVOS to save $50 at lomi.com/COFFEECONVOS Peloton: Visit onepeloton.com to learn more! Stamps: Visit Stamps.com and use promo code COFFEE for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale!

This Jungian Life
Episode 244 - THERAPISTS on the SILVER SCREEN: fantasy or fact?

This Jungian Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 68:33 Very Popular


In psychoanalysis, a screen memory covers up a deeper, more emotionally charged issue. Similarly, movie and television screens both shield and open us to human complexity through fiction. The opportunity to peer into shadow and secrets from a safe distance is irresistible. Depictions of psychotherapists and therapy can range from the malevolent Nurse Ratched (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest) to psychic empath Deanna Troi (Star Trek). Most on-screen therapists, however, like their real-world counterparts, are wounded healers doing their best to help despite sometimes substantial fallibilities. Bruce Willis (Sixth Sense) doesn't realize he's dead; Jennifer Melfi (The Sopranos) denies her mobster client's sociopathy, and Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) embodies the mercurial power of humor that grants perspective. Jung understood the value of the analyst's capacity to suffer as they led the way; he writes, “…it is his own hurt that gives a measure of his power to heal.” During the painful tumult of the COVID pandemic, growing demand for therapeutic support piqued public curiosity in the mechanisms of psychotherapy, opening the way for Jonah Hill's vulnerable documentary STUTZ, filmed with his ailing therapist Phil Stutz. It invites the public to witness the wisdom, mutual vulnerabilities, and authentic affection that fuels the healing process. As Freud wrote in a letter to Jung, “…psychoanalysis in essence, is a cure through love.” HERE'S THE DREAM WE ANALYZE: “I was attending a drag show, but I put on a costume and began to perform on stage. I was a background performer for someone else, and I was just walking around the stage. I felt like I wasn't wearing the costume that I wanted to wear. I didn't feel comfortable or confident. I also felt like I wasn't getting cheered on by the crowd. I got off the stage and felt unseen. I remember seeing a pill bottle, and not knowing what it was, I took a pill. It was someone's else's medication that I stole. I spent the rest of the dream trying to hide in shame from taking someone else's medicine and anxiously waiting to see what the pill was going to do to me.”  REFERENCES: Frazier (TV series, 1993-2004). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frasier In Treatment (TV series, 2009-2021). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_Treatment One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (film, 1975). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Flew_Over_the_Cuckoo%27s_Nest_(film) Star Trek: The Next Generation (TV series, 1987-1994). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek:_The_Next_Generation STUTZ (Film). (2022); Jonah Hill, Phil Stutz. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKCmefQdplI The Sixth Sense (Film, 1999). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sixth_Sense The Sopranos (TV series, 1999-2007). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sopranos  GIVE US A HAND! Hey folks, We need your help. Please become our patron and keep This Jungian Life podcast up and running: https://www.patreon.com/ThisJungianLife  JUMP IN THE POOL WITH US - THE WATER'S FINE! We've created Dream School to teach others how to work with their dreams. A vibrant community has constellated around this mission, and we think you'll love it. Check it out: https://thisjungianlife.com/enroll/  RESOURCES: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisJungianLife/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisjungianlifepodcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thisjungianlife/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisJungianLife YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe8QSBLNlv765pT097FDeLA Enroll in the Philadelphia Jungian Seminar and start your journey to becoming an analyst: https://www.cgjungphiladelphia.org/seminar.shtml

Call the Psychiatrists
24. First Birthday: Questions About Us and the Show

Call the Psychiatrists

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 59:06


To celebrate our first birthday, listeners ask us about the show. Among other things, we discuss our motivation for doing a podcast, what we've learned, and the experience of having patients listen to the show.  It's self-indulgent; it's filled with neuroticism. It's like having family over for the holidays. So come and celebrate with us.  There's also feedback from episode 5 and a final question related to the previous episode about Stutz.  If you have questions or feedback please send a message (audio message or email) on our website: https://www.callthepsychiatrists.com You can also interact with us on Facebook or Instagram @callthepsychiatrists

Minorities Report Film
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Wednesday, Stutz, & Slumberland Reviews

Minorities Report Film

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 44:43


Strap in for this review heavy pod as we bring you four reviews of Netflix original content! Don't miss our reviews for some of the most discussed releases to hit our beloved streamer in the last couple of months: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Wednesday, Stutz, & Slumberland. Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify and all the other popular podcast apps. Check our website for full reviews and updates at mreportpod.com and follow us on Twitter @MReportPod and Instagram @MReportPod

Beauty Lab & Laser
77: The surprise Cat Whisperer- Heather Gay tackles moving, holidays and personal growth.

Beauty Lab & Laser

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 37:38


Who knew a Jonah Hill documentary could spur such growth!?! Heather updates us on her life, her move, and what has inspired her lately. Spoiler alert- it's Dr. Stutz!

Broken Tiles
"Stutz" SPECIAL REVIEW EPISODE - Getting Unstuck & Other Tools

Broken Tiles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 37:54


Brian & Stacey drop a special episode reviewing Jonah Hill's documentary "Stutz".  Stutz's tools offer a solution to the biggest complaint patients have about therapy: the wait for change to begin. Netflix Summary :  "In Stutz, Hill talks at length about how his therapist's ideas and teachings changed his life. The process wasn't linear and, Hill says, his work will never be over, but once he learned the Tools, he says he could finally enjoy, accept and confront anything that came at him in this life." 

The God Pod
God Interviews Christopher Bouzy

The God Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 69:05


Today on the God Pod: God interviews Christopher Bouzy, election algorithm prophet and the CEO of Bot Sentinel, a company specializing in identifying and understanding disinformation and targeted attacks on social media platforms. On Group Therapy with Psyche: God gets something from the Netflix movie ‘Stutz' starring Jonah Hill and his therapist Phil Stutz. On the GD News: The love story of Trump courting Herschel Walker, the political party shapeshifting creature from hell Kyrsten Sinema, Herschel Walker losing, and the right wing's hate for Zelensky and the release of Brittney Griner.  The bible says there is nothing new under the sun, well, except this episode of the God Pod, so put your finger on one of those links below, burn an offering, and get busy laughing and learning something new! The God Pod: Have It Yahweh! After 6000 years of running the universe, God realized that Satan is kicking his butt, like, really bad. Over the centuries and despite lots of trying, God has not been able to smite the forces of evil. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Full of fun and heart, the God Pod is a twice-weekly opportunity for God to hang out with his fellow deities and maybe even meet some interesting humans. NEW EPISODES MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS The God Pod is everywhere! Signup for the God Pod Newsletter: https://god.dailydot.com/newsletter/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/TheGodPod  TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thegodpodcast Mastodon: https://universeodon.com/@godpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodgodabove/ Join our Discord server for FREE and hang out with fellow fans of the God Pod:: https://discord.gg/7v3Cc4pjMC Get the God Pod ad-free on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/godpod Find the God pod wherever you get podcasts.  thegodpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast
An Inside View on the Netflix Documentary Stutz

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 47:52


**Spoiler Alert: This Episode Contains Massive Spoilers!**   Jonah Hill recently released a new Netflix documentary Stutz, in which he has a vulnerable conversation with his therapist Phil Stutz. The documentary is Jonah's attempt to honor his therapist's life, while also sharing his tools and demonstrating a real-life therapy session . Within the first 20 […] The post An Inside View on the Netflix Documentary Stutz appeared first on Successful Mind Podcast.

The Vegas Therapist - Ryan Wynder
Episode #90 - Working with The Shadow and Shame - Part 2

The Vegas Therapist - Ryan Wynder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 27:21


In this episode I continue the to discuss working with The Shadow. In particular I focus on the most common manifestation of the Shadow, the inferior shadow. I reference the book The Tools, by Stutz and Michels. Discussion includes why its so important to understand your shadow, how we become dependent on outside sources for approval and validation, and the hiding place for our garbage becomes our inner self. Ultimately we turn something beautiful (inner self) into something we despise (the shadow). The Force of Self Expression is the tool I outline, which drives us to reveal ourselves in a truthful, and genuine way without caring how other people will react. When we are connected to this force a part of you speaks that usually is silent. In Addition to discussing the shadow, I turn to the topic of shame and working on identifying and stopping the shame cycle. I believe that working on our shame opens us up to really work on and with our Shadow. The two go hand in hand for much greater results! You can follow me on Instagram @thevegastherapist or visit my website www.ryanwynder.com to contact me or find my 14 Day Relationship Challenge!

Zen Parenting Radio
Increase Your Life Force- Podcast #687

Zen Parenting Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 58:10


Todd and Cathy discuss their experience with the documentary Stutz by Jonah Hill and why developing life force energy is the first step toward any problem. They also discuss the importance of seeing clearly, how to deal with Part X, and why the movie Apollo 13 was an invitation to see and understand each other better.

Cozy Conversations with The Sister Project
219 | Gaslighting, Stutz, and Our Pick for the Gift of the Year

Cozy Conversations with The Sister Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 38:01


In this episode, Michelle and Lauren are discussing both the word and drink of the year. Also discussed, is Jonah Hill's documentary, Stutz, and The Sister Project's pick for the best gift of the year! Hot Topics: Princess Kate's green dress, therapy, and the Remarkable 2 If you love Cozy Conversations with The Sister Project and would like to show your support for the content created, please visit Anchor.com (link in show notes) for more information. Thank you! Resource Links: Boozy Ice Coffee Remarkable The Sister Project @thesisterproj Anchor: Support Our Small Business --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cozy-conversations/support

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show
3607: Spinning Out w/ Matty Ryan

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 44:54


Matty Ryan is new to KATG but he's ready to tackle this crazy world, from Britney Spears's latest spins to shoving jump-rope up your penis for pleasure. The gang also discusses the horror-comedy The Menu, Jonah Hill's interview with his psychiatrist: Stutz, and Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich.