After years of research into human behavior, observing people in their worst and best moments, being a mother of two small children, and failing more than a few times herself, Dr. Neeta Bhushan knows what it takes to get back up no matter what bowled you over. This episode discusses cultivating resilience and finding magic in the mess. Dr. Neeta Bhushan is the host of the Brave Table podcast and author of the acclaimed book: That Sucked. Now What?: How to Embrace the Joy in Chaos and Find Magic in the Mess. A How-to guide that offers grace to the human experience by reminding you that life may catch you off guard, but you can bounce back & even fly forward. - Jay Shetty As co-founder of the Global Grit Institute, a mental health training platform for leaders and coaches, co-founder of the Dharma Coaching Institute, training thousands to live their best lives, and a thriving coach in her own right, Neeta Bhushan helps people move past their heartbreaks, failures, and disappointments. In this episode, we discuss: Moments of suck: Neeta's story of leaving a toxic and abusive relationship Losing several members of her family and the process of navigating through grief and trauma Having a pity party for one Spiritual bypassing - how to recognize it Toxic positivity The importance of a soul support posse How we can learn to embrace our humanness How to conjure bravery and misconception of bravery Good stress, what it is and how to welcome it The importance of speaking your truth and having hard conversations The Bounce Factor - how to break through to lasting, audacious resilience How to become the masters of our emotions The process of finding radical self-awareness The Flying Forward Framework - the five stages - Falling, Igniting, Rising, Magnifying, and Thriving Why moments of chaos can be beautiful opportunities for change and possibility Resources: Find Neeta's new book That Sucked. Now What? on Amazon. Follow Neeta on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, and Youtube Want to chat about this episode? Text
The Fit Pharmacist Healthcare Podcast
Have you ever had a day that SUCKED? When you do, you know what it feels like: your self-confidence takes a nose dive! Why? HOW?! Left to its own devices, the mind can make a mountain out of a molehill—by default! In this week's podcast episode, I share the simple steps to turn your worst-case scenarios into your comeback story. This is how you flip your breakdown into your breakthrough—this is how you. script your confidence! RESOURCES: >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
Balls In Your Ear - Football Podcast
The balls to make a 50th episode are supported by MANSCAPED! Use code BAD20 for 20% off! In this 2 hour special, we're rounding up and revisiting all 50ish anime we watched since this show's inception! Did some of our opinions change since we started this journey, or have things largely stayed the same? What animes did we forget, and which ones were we traumatically scarred to remember forever? FIND OUT NOW! Support Bad Anime and Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BAD20 at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Leave a comment/review or message us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on insta @badanimepod to have your lovely words read out on the show!
As far as Dana Gould could tell, he had been awake for 11 days. He logically knows that this was probably medically impossible but even if he had slept, he had no memory of doing so, which is pretty significant right there. This incident and the hospitalization that followed it is just one part of Dana's mental health journey. He talks about growing up in a family where alcohol was a strong presence and a comedy industry where drugs were everywhere but Dana didn't drink or use drugs. Dana also shares the story of being on stage for a standup comedy set and having a debilitating panic attack on stage and relates what fatherhood has taught him. OH AND ALSO it's the very beginning of our annual MAX FUN DRIVE! Now is your chance to support Depresh Mode so it can keep happening!To entice you, we are offering:The satisfaction of helping make this show, which helps people, possible!Access to WHAT WORKS FOR ME, our all-listener bonus content episode. Regular people share the tips and tricks of what works for them to improve their mental health or at least make the day a little more manageable.A one-of-a-kind Depresh Mode restickable sticker featuring Oops Nope, our official Depresh Mode mascot. That's right: restickable.The Maximum Fun Family Cookbook, featuring recipes from all your favorite shows, including John Moe's famous Marshmallow Crappy. We also have a jar of Max Fun seasoning, which can go with just about any food, and the MAXIMUM YUM APRON, which is stylish and also black, so it hides stains.Hats, messenger bags, and so much more!Go to maximumfun.org/join, find a level that works for you, and join us RIGHT NOW! Exclamation points!Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of Maximum Fun.Check out our I'm Glad You're Here and Depresh Mode merchandise at the brand new merch website MaxFunStore.com!Hey, remember, you're part of Depresh Mode and we want to hear what you want to hear about. What guests and issues would you like to have covered in a future episode? Write us at email@example.com.Help is available right away.The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988 or 1-800-273-8255, 1-800-273-TALKCrisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741.International suicide hotline numbers available here: https://www.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlinesThe Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for free and stay up to date on the show and mental health issues. https://johnmoe.substack.com/John's acclaimed memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is now available in paperback. https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250209566/thehilariousworldofdepressionFind the show on Twitter @depreshpod and Instagram @depreshpod.John is on Twitter @johnmoe.
Welcome to the FIRST episode of my new, "Just Chatting" series! This episode is relaxed and un-edited, meant to feel like I'm a busy mom friend leaving you a long voice note. In this episode, I chat about:How Daylight Savings week SUCKEDMy fertility journey and using ovulation stripsHow other peoples pregnancy announcements don't bother me Reading "Name of the Wind"Watching "The Last of Us" In addition to our usual Wednesday episodes, "Just Chatting" will be a more casual, light-hearted series of podcasts released on Fridays that will give me a chance to literally just talk to you like you're my bestie. I'll also be bringing on guests and exploring pop-culture and other trending topics all from a motherhood perspective. Catch our new Just Chatting series released on Fridays here on New Mamas podcast. Support the showConnect with Lina on @linaforrestal on InstagramFollow the @newmamaspodcast on InstagramRead Lina's Blog: www.linaforrestal.comSupport the Show: Buy Me a Coffee (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/newmamaspodcast)
The All Advice Show concludes with a guy who's tired of his girl wasting their money in all of these MLM schemes Headlines talking about growing and showing, which are you?
Talkin' Jake is giving all of his thoughts on the World Baseball Classic so far and makes his picks for the NCAA tournament! Timestamps: 0:00 WBC 18:45 Filling Out My Bracket
Anything But Quiet Time with Rachelle & Carder
Having those tough conversations where compassion and love join hands with God's Word as the ultimate truth can be uncomfortable.
Episode 136. It's time to celebrate St. Patty's Day and dig into the history of the man himself. Follow Disney Dependent on Instagram! Executive Producer: Producer Ash Producer/editor/mixer: Deanna Chapman Intro music written by Ryan Knowles Logo design by Ryan Hatch --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/disney-dependent/support
THAT SUCKED, NOW WHAT? - BUSINESS, STRESS, AND OVERCOMING HARD TIMES WITH GUEST NEETA BUSHMAN If you're in the beauty biz, you know that setbacks will always present themselves but how you cope with them is what's going to determine your longevity in business! I've got the inside scoop on how to be a resilient boss babe, and it all starts with my latest episode of the Pretty Rich Podcast! This episode is packed with juicy tips on how to bounce back when things get tough, even when it feels like everyone is against you. My good friend and best-selling author Neeta Bhushan sits down to talk about her new book “That Sucked, Now What,” a must-read if you're feeling stuck personally or professionally. Offering practical tips on navigating difficult moments and turning them into opportunities for growth, Neeta draws on her own experiences to provide you with actionable strategies for bouncing back from tough times. Whether you're facing challenges in your career, relationships, or personal life, this book will help you build resilience and find your way forward! Neeta and I talk about the following: -The impact of weak relationships and how they shape your business. -Three types of fear cultures that can destroy your business. -How to embrace the possibilities in chaos, normalize the sucky moments, and overcome setbacks with grace. If you want to be a true boss babe and build up some serious resilience, give this episode a listen and make sure to grab your copy of Neeta's new book, “That Sucked, Now What: How to Embrace the Joy in Chaos and Find Magic in the Mess.” //VISIT https://www.sheilabella.com/apply to sign up for a free 60-minute strategy call to learn more about Pretty Rich Bosses and set you on a path of success for your business. //DOWNLOAD THE MOTIVATION MAP https://www.sheilabella.com/motivation //CHECK OUT OUR PRETTY RICH BOSSES TESTIMONIALS// https://www.sheilabella.com/testimonials //SIGN UP FOR OUR SOLD OUT TRAININGS ONLINE COURSE// https://www.sheilabella.com/soldouttrainings //JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP BEAUTY BIZ SECRETS: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautybizsecrets //VISIT http://www.thepmusummit.com to register for the AAM Summit 2023 //FREE RESOURCES: https://sheilabella.com/free // F O L L O W Website | www.SheilaBella.com //Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/realsheilabella
Bill and Chase analyze the programming of the 2023 CrossFit Games Open and break down everything you need to know and everything some people, even the Games Team, don't want to hear.
Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Howard Tullman, general managing partner for G2T3V, LLC and for the Chicago High Tech Investors, LLC, joins Lisa Dent to explain why you should be careful when social media influencers try to sell you something or give information that hasn’t been properly vetted. This conversation with Howard Tullman is sponsored by Career Vision. Follow The Lisa Dent […]
This episode Lizzy, Ash, and Chrystal chat about Breaking Bad and Lizzy rants about the ending of Seinfeld.
- Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a cosmetic dentist turned three-time international best-selling author and world-renowned emotional health advocate. She is also the founder of Global GRIT Institute, a wellness education platform for optimizing wellbeing, and cofounder of Dharma Coaching Institute, a coaching organization training coaches to become the highest versions of themselves. Neeta has shared her thought leadership on grit and resilience on international stages and as the host of her popular podcast, The Brave Table. After realizing how trapped she felt running the million-dollar dental practice she built, Neeta embarked on a journey that led her across 45 countries as she researched blending the intersection of human behavior, ancient wisdom, Eastern philosophy, and therapeutic psychology. That knowledge, along with other life experiences overcoming multiple adversities, which include being orphaned at a young age, surviving an abusive marriage, and extensive loss, contributed to the powerful message of resilience she shares in this book. Neeta is a mother of two, and currently lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and children.www.neetabhushan.comwww.facebook.com/neetabhushan1111https://www.instagram.com/neetabhushan/https://twitter.com/NeetaBhushanhttps://www.youtube.com/c/NeetaBhushanofficialhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/drneetabhushan/If you want a speaker in your school, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you hooked up! OR fill out the form below.https://savethekids.wufoo.com/forms/z14ppj991ad9jfq/Make sure to check us out on Instagram!@email@example.comIf you want to support STK, use on of the affiliate links bellow for GABB and Pinwheel phones (STK approved and safe for kids)https://www.pinwheel.com/?via=lizhttps://gabbwireless.com/ - code STKSupport the show
Welcome Welcome Welcome! To the 65th edition of the Flights of the Round Table Podcast. In store today, a couple wild games "Tip or no Tip" & "Famous Last Words," as well as what drug to not give an animal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/flightsoftheroundtable/support
Life can be extremely challenging at times, throwing hurdles and obstacles at us that often seem insurmountable. But if you can acknowledge ‘the suck' and find a way to sit in the discomfort, then you will have a better chance at regaining your joyful spirit! This episode explores themes of domestic violence and dealing with severe loss, please listen with care. Today's guest, Dr. Neeta Bhushan, has endured unfathomable loss and hardships to come out the other side better and stronger, whilst helping others realign with their purpose, too. We hear of her extraordinary upbringing, which saw her lose her mother, father, and brother all before she turned 20 years old. Dr. Neeta explains the immigrant philosophy in which she was raised, how she approaches spirituality, how she dealt with the loss of three family members when she was a teenager, and how those losses nudged her toward a career in medicine. We also hear about her transformative trip to Rome before our guest opens up about how an abusive marriage affected her, and how saying yes to almost everything after her divorce helped her regain her passion for life. Turning our attention to Dr. Neeta's new book, That Sucked, Now What?, our guest defines ‘the suck,' how we can embrace it, and what it means to be in ‘the thriving stage.' Finally, the remarkable Dr. Neeta Bhushan tells us how her definition of success has changed over the years, what her relationship with her family is like today, and the wondrous moments she has witnessed as a result of those around her embracing their suck!
IM BACK!!!!!!! I have missed you guys more than I could ever begin to say, but I'm going to attempt it in around 30 minutes or less. Getting fired from my dream job, my career, and my first love SUCKED. But I'm going to tell you how I decided to say screw fear and reclaim my mantra of WE GOT THIS! And it's all because of YOU!
Grizz 901 - Memphis Grizzlies Podcast
Daniel is joined by Nate to breakdown the loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. They discuss the game as well as the late game mis-steps. They also share some changes they would like to see for All-Star Weekend. The Grizzlies now have 24 games remaining so the guys get together and predict the remaining schedule. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grizz901/support
Episode 563: What is a groin? What is a loin? Can we get a massage of those? Brett delivers to a dildo factory. Divortion Clinic. Jeremy Clarkson gets cancelled, again. Was 1997 the best year? Taxonomy. Andrew buys a stupid house, but for himself this time. Can he put a car in the office? Andrew gets mad about the Super Bowl incomplete pass that wasn't.
I love talking about the hard decisions the hard times in life and how to move through them. This episode is just that with the author of That Sucked, Now What. Dr. Bhushan shares her framework for moving through challenges and how the universe can teach us if we listen. Guest: Dr. Neeta Bhushan Highlights 5:41 Growing up as an immigrant in a household with high pressure to achieve 11:44 Some of the major tools to help personal development 18:23 How to active good stress 23:43 How to physically catch yourself before an emotional fall 30:36 Why you should lean into the suck (not away) Resources We Mention: Book: That Sucked, Now What by dr. Neeta Bhushan Related Episodes: Podcast: 119: Picking Up the Pieces and Finding Your True Self After Divorce with Bryn Daylor Podcast: 110: A Relationship Coach Marriage (part 1): The Hard Conversations, Prioritizing Sex, Fighting with Intention, and Upleveling with Alexa and Jordan Bowditch of Sex and Love, Co. Podcast: 031: Rising From The Ashes: Using Heartbreak To Fuel Personal Growth With Master Coach Christine Hassler Health Resources Healing Hashimoto's Course Thyroid Lab Guide + Tracker (free) Recommended Non-Toxic Products Connect With Carly: CarlyJohnsonBrawner.com Instagram: @carlyjohnsonbrawner Sponsors: Organifi (Use code Carly for 20% off) Complete Show Notes Here
Happy Monday everyone! How was everyone's first Sunday without football? We will be honest...it kind of sucked lmao. Our replacement for the NFL was that horrendous NBA All Star game. That game has just gotten worse and worse over the years as well as the other "events". What the NBA needs to do is make a 1 on 1 tournament king of the court style! Any who lets dive right into the episode, first on the slate is sadly the NBA All Star game... Is it even really a game though? There is zero defense, it isn't split by conference, there's a point total to hit. It just is no longer fun to watch when players are just walking up and down the court. What are your thoughts on what All Star Weekend has become? With this next one we are going to discuss some teams on the cusp of a playoff birth in both conferences. Each conference has a few teams from the 7-10th seed that could very well make the final two spots. Who do you have making the 7th and 8th seed for the Eastern and Western Conferences in the NBA? Time for some NFL NEWS! Former Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy has accepted the job to become the OC for the Washington Commanders. Is this a smart move to leave Kansas City? Should he have waited until he got a head coaching offer? To wrap it up we are continuing our 3 things teams need to improve for next season. Today's teams will be the New York Giants and the Jacksonville Jaguars! Both playoff teams fell short in the divisional round, what do you think they need to improve? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As women in business, we've often felt the stigma that showing emotions = weakness. With the emergence of so many powerful women in leadership roles both in corporate settings as well as entrepreneurial roles, it's time to lay that stigma to rest. There's a new era of businesswomen - and they're not afraid to show their emotions. Which is why Kristen is speaking with fellow author and business owner Neeta Bhushan. Neeta's new book That Sucked. Now What? focuses on emotional growth and how to find the magic within the chaos that is life. Here are a few key notes you won't want to miss: Neeta's story of hitting rock bottom - a cautionary tale, so you don't have to How refusing to feel emotions can keep you from healing Importance of removing judgment Why people-pleasing can hold you back from emotional growth Lessons we can learn from toddlers and their emotional outbursts As Neeta says, it's the greatest liberation - to feel our feelings. When you dumb down your emotional responses, you're doing yourself a great disservice. Give yourself permission to work through those feelings. Embrace them - and use them as a guide to get to the next level. Neeta's new book, That Sucked. Now What?, Is on shelves now! To get your copy, go to: thatsuckednowwhat.com and be sure to pick up your bonus companion guide! You can also follow Neeta on Instagram: @neetabhushan Don't miss out on the in-person social selling event of the year! Announcing the Rising Leader Summit, April 14-15, 2023, in Denver, CO. The LIVE EVENT that has historically been exclusive to 6-7 figure earners is now AVAILABLE to anyone who is hungry and willing and desires to step into higher levels of leadership. Go to kristenboss.com/rise to register today. Thanks for listening! Do you have a question about network marketing? Kristen can help! Drop your question here, and she just might answer it live on the podcast: https:/Kristenboss.com/question Connect with Kristen: If you're ready to learn the simple process of running your social selling business online, you have to check out Kristen's live group coaching program! The Social Selling Academy: www.thesocialsellingacademy.com
Will, Ryan, and special guest Mike Wiebe watch Jim Carrey's first real movie, the teen sex comedy "Once Bitten." IMDb: imdb.com/title/tt0089730/ FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: twitter.com/menonfilmpod twitter.com/williamMendoza twitter.com/ryancownie twitter.com/jakepaulnft Special Guest: twitter.com/mikewiebe
Play Therapy Parenting Podcast
I was struck by a story I read the other day about a teen who was heavily addicted to social media, and he went on a complete, cold-turkey detox away from social media. In this episode, I talk about the following topics: The story of an addicted teen The addictive nature of social media What a complete detox is like and the results Follow me on Twitter: @thekidcounselor Podcast HQ: https://www.playtherapyparenting.com/ My Newsletter Signup: https://www.playtherapyparenting.com/newsletter/ My Podcast Partner, Gabb Wireless: https://www.playtherapyparenting.com/gabb/
Sometimes I suspect it's better to take a break from prayer (or at least certain types of prayer).
Hello Besties! We have Hans from Bueno Bueno on today! We talked about Rihana's halftime show, how George Lopez disrespected a fellow Mexican comedian, loving rom coms and more! Hope you enjoy! Follow Bueno Bueno!https://www.instagram.com/buenobuenopod/ Turkey Earthquake Fundhttps://events.softgiving.com/donate/HasanAbiForTurkeySyriaEarthquakesFund Stand Up To Cancerhttps://standuptocancer.org/?utm_source=IG&utm_medium=LinkTree&utm_campaign=homepage Buy Merch Here!https://www.inlandentertainmentnetwork.com Get 10% OFF Your first month of Therapy at Betterhelp.com/ieinbesties Follow us!https://linktr.ee/ieinbesties Stephanie RamierezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stephsgotmilk/twitter - https://twitter.com/stephsgotmilk Vanessa CazarezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/bloomingvc.vic/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Bloomingvc Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:01:30 - Hans didn't like Vanessa00:04:30 - People thinking Hans is gay00:07:40 - Manscaped00:11:36 - Not caring what people think00:15:50 - Owning up to your own faults00:18:56 - Taking love language from your parents00:26:38 - first ecstasy experience00:31:30 - Staying out of trouble growing up00:35:03 - The last of us00:37:57 - Who said I love you first00:39:00 - Having your birthday on valentines00:42:08 - Being romantic with sneaky links00:47:12 - sucker for romcoms00:56:50 - Kissing bad kissers01:02:30 - Rihanna did not perform at the super bowl?01:11:15 - George Lopez controversy01:17:35 - Megan Fox is single01:20:00 - leaving your partner after they give you a kidney01:24:20 - Can we end world hunger?01:26:50 - BLM scam01:28:50 - Does money change you01:34:00 - People who win the lottery01:37:00 - Yo Sabo
The Stranger - An eccentric neighbor sees UFOs, insists he is in contact with ‘them.' The poor old fellow is obviously suffering from a bout of mental illness, and his condition seems to be worsening. Our protagonist wants to help, but who exactly is helping who here? Sucked in to the world of illusion, could there be any truth to the old man's words? This is the second contribution by one of our newest Untold Tales authors, Chris Morton! Chris Morton's stories have been described as being in the genres of slacker lit, sci-fi lit, sci-fi psyche, magical realism and avant-garde. He is the author of three novels, six novellas and over thirty short stories. For more information go to www.newadventuresinscifi.blogspot.com An English teacher for twenty years, Morton is also the author of the teaching guide: 'TEFL Flashcard Games for Young Learners.' https://www.amazon.com/Chris-Morton/e/B007ZRY2YQ/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1 We love our listeners, fans and patrons! If you loved what you heard, please like and subscribe to our audio anthology on Apple Podcasts at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/untold-tales/id1515168571 and consider visiting our Patreon site at www.patreon.com/melissadeltorovoiceover ! If you'd like to purchase books in the Untold Tales series, which have many more stories for your reading enjoyment, you can find them here... https://www.amazon.com/Untold-Tales-1-Jeffrey-Robinson/dp/1081757892/ Music and Effects from Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/untold-tales/support
The debate starts now between Dak and Jalen Hurts. Super Bowl commercial recap and halftime show reaction. Mavericks and Timberwolves tonight.
Don't say you're not getting sucked- Spiritual Table Talk
Today on Ceremony Circle, we're hanging with a dear friend of mine, Dr. Neeta Bhushan, who just happens to also be releasing one of my favorite books in a while, with the amazing title “That Sucked. Now What?”Dr. Neeta is a world renowned emotional health advocate and expert in the areas of grit and resilience. She's been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, NBC, ABC, CBS and more. Dr. Neeta sold her large million dollar cosmetic dentistry practice to step forward on her own journey to becoming a leader in her field and a voice for immigrant women and women of color. She traveled across 45 countries researching human behavior, ancient eastern philosophy, and therapeutic psychology. She pooled that learning along with other life experiences, which included being orphaned at 19, surviving an abusive marriage and extensive loss. This all contributed to the powerful message of resilience and grit that we are so blessed to dive into today.Top 5 Things You'll Learn from This EpisodeHow she was able to stay out of competing in the “trauma Olympics” and escape getting caught in victim mentalityHer unique and powerful definitions of not just resilience, but also what it means to be audaciously resilientThe power of embracing our humanness and why it's actually vital to go out and suck at somethingWhat her signature “fly forward” method is, and how it can transform your suckiest life moments into spiritually awakening onesHow to locate the magic or medicine in the mess, or even the joy and the chaosMake sure to stick around for our closing Ceremony Circle practice: Neeta helps you to self-regulate and find your center and power within just a few minutes when you're in the midst of something challenging.Find more from me on IG at @IAMALYSONCHARLES or alysoncharles.com.Get “That Sucked. Now What?”, along with other offerings, at thatsuckednowwhat.com. Learn more about Neeta at neetabhushan.com.
The Ramon Foster Steelers Show
on this episode, Ramon Foster and Dejan Kovacevic talk about what it was like for Ramon to play in The Super Bowl, and then discuss Super Bowl week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
on this episode, Ramon Foster and Dejan Kovacevic talk about what it was like for Ramon to play in The Super Bowl, and then discuss Super Bowl week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Themes: Grief, Loss, Transformation, Resilience, Anger Summary: Today I'm chatting with Dr. Neeta Bhushan, a world-renowned emotional health advocate and expert in the areas of grit and resilience. In this episode, we talk about her new book That Sucked. Now What?: How to Embrace the Joy in Chaos and Find Magic in the Mess, embracing the suck, and how to get back up after life inevitably knocks us down. Neeta has shared her thought leadership on international stages, is the host of her popular podcast The Brave Table, and has authored best-selling books such as Emotional GRIT: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts, and Change Your World. She's also been featured on Forbes, Entrepreneur, NBC, Verve, Tatler Magazine and more. Talk about a powerhouse! Discover: The stoic practice of Amor Fati and how it changed Neeta's perspective on the hardships she experienced as a young woman Using the pain of a rock bottom as fuel for transformation Actionable tools for building resilience 00:00 Intro 01:09 Neeta's story of loss and grief 13:30 Finding magic in the mess 18:00 Amor Fati 26:00 Moving beyond the suck 37:20 The pain of a breakup 39:18 Taking action 44:01 Validation 46:11 Integrating all parts of yourself 54:03 Big ignite vs. small ignite moments 56:25 Spend time with a child 1:02:25 Healthy anger Links: Website | neetabhushan.com Instagram | @neetabhushan Book | That Sucked, Now What? Podcast | The Brave Table Sponsors: Open | Try Open for 30 days free! Go to withopen.com/createthelove and use code CREATETHELOVE to sign up. Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Suneera welcomes Dr. Neeta Bhushan. Dr. Bhushan offers valuable insights in this thought-provoking discussion, teaching strategies to deal with negative emotions and overcome obstacles. She emphasizes the importance of feeling emotions, recognizing limiting beliefs, and reframing our thoughts to grow from mistakes, setbacks, and failures. We can transform negative emotions into growth opportunities and cultivate resilience by confronting them. Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a mother, wife, entrepreneur, and world-renowned expert performance coach. As co-founder of the Global Grit Institute and the Dharma Coaching Institute, she has helped thousands of change-makers, high achievers, and burnt-out professionals pivot into careers they love and create lives where they thrive. A cosmetic dentist turned acclaimed transformational speaker, emotional health advocate, and best-selling author, her new book That Sucked, Now What? was sparked by her life experience of overcoming multiple adversities, including being orphaned at a young age, surviving an abusive marriage of domestic violence, and extensive loss. She is also the host of The Brave Table podcast. Connect with Dr. Neeta: Website: https://neetabhushan.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neetabhushan/?hl=en TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org Order your copy of “That Sucked, Now What?” Book: https://neetabhushan.com/book Hello there, future leader. The CEO club is a monthly digital membership where female entrepreneurs come together to up-level their businesses and lives. The doors are now open: https://theceoschool.co/ceo-club-2022
Chinese Balloon Shot Down - NHL All Star Weekend Sucked - Cam Predicts A Chesterfield Tornado - Man For Others?
All the dating apps she's tried have SUCKED. Is she the problem? What do you think she's doing wrong?
Carly and Austin are back to commiserate about the loss against Nevada then look forward to Friday's huuuuuuuge match up against Boise State. If you can go to the game, go, and if you can get off work early to be in your seat before tip-off do that too. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aztecbreakdown/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aztecbreakdown/support
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Wednesday February 1, 2023
Justin and Bryan examine Dante's relationship with his father. VIDEO of this teaser: https://youtu.be/cHg7C93Sa0o Full VIDEO episode for $5 subscribers: https://www.patreon.com/posts/78096854 Full AUDIO episode for all subscribers: https://www.patreon.com/posts/78096935 https://rockhardcauc.us
As part of the human experience we are sometimes faced with terrible moments in life so gut-wrenching it seems as though we may never find happiness again. Can you relate? Oftentimes, if viewed through the right lens, beautiful opportunities can arise from horrible tragedies.Join Natalie for this heart-filled conversation with Neeta Bhushan, author of the new book, That Sucked. Now What? The title says it all about what Neeta is sharing with the world – her wisdom and insight on getting over the hard moments in life, of which, she's overcome many.But it wasn't all bad – all the time, which is part of what makes her story so unique. At a young age, Neeta made her way through dental school and grew a successful practice. She had it all, until she realized she didn't. If you're struggling with the “sucky” moments in life or navigating major change, this is the episode for you – we can all learn from her honesty and deep personal insight.Highlights:How motherhood changed Neeta's definition of being “tough” after losing her mother, brother, and father all before she turned 19.The day her life shattered in a million pieces – and how she used “The Bounce Factor” to pick them back up. How to practice leaning into discomfort to build resilience (so when the big things happen, they won't seem so big).Links:Shop Neeta's new book and affirmation cards — That Sucked. Now What?: How to Embrace the Joy in Chaos and Find Magic in the MessStream Neeta's podcast — The Brave Table with Dr. Neeta BhushanFollow:Instagram: @neetabhushanbossbabe: @bossbabe.incNatalie Ellis: @iamnatalieMentioned in this episode:Listen to Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu and get empowered to become the hero of your own life today. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts.GrowthDayReignite your life and achieve your potential faster with GrowthDay, the world's #1 system for self-improvement. Start tracking your habits with a free 14-day trial now at growthday.com.Influencer SummitWatch the entire Influencer Summit replay for free until February 15th at influencersummit.com.CircleThe all-in-one community platform for creators & brands. Get a free trial of Circle and start building your online community right now at circle.so.The SociétéSign up for this new free training to add more meaning (and more money) to your life.
Female emPOWERED: Winning in Business & Life
Hi guys! Welcome back to another episode of the Female Empowered podcast.Before we get into it, how's everyone feeling about their first month of 2023? How is your business going?For Pilates In The Grove, we had a really great start because we were almost at 90 percent capacity this January.The Setback Of Having 90 Percent Capacity At PITGTo introduce you to the topic this week, the 90 percent capacity of Pilates In The Grove has its setbacks, too. I have received so many e-mails, calls, and text messages from people who are upset that they couldn't schedule their classes with us because the popular time slots are already full.So, this week, through this example, let me share with you why you keep getting sucked back into the day-to-day operations of your Fitness BusinessLet's talk about:How January 2023 has been for PITGAround 80 percent of business owners in this industry were and are the technicians of their businessesOne of the biggest reasons why you get sucked back into the day-to-day operations: Lack of boundariesWithout the right processes, it prevents you to form compelling and realistic visions to get you out of the day-to-day operationsFind a space where you can get away from the actual work environmentHave a map, a mission, a vision on what you want to achieveSchedule CEO days and time-offsSet boundaries with your clients and staff Our ego, as owners, gets in the way of training others to do their jobSetting boundaries is the easy part, holding the boundaries is more difficultLack of proper onboarding and trainingLack of systems and processesLack of accountabilityLack of cash flowHow the Inner Circle program can help you with these problems If this podcast was something you related to and you want to start working on your business so you can step back from the day-to-day operations, get on the waitlist of the Inner Circle program. Head on over to https://www.christagurka.com/work-with-me and get on the waitlist so you get notifications and first dibs once we open registration again. Looking for advice and resources to help you market and grow your clinic or client based business? Visit my website or follow me on Instagram!Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review for the show to help other female fitness and wellness professionals find our podcast!Interested in being a guest on a future Female Friday episode? Email me at Christa@pilatesinthegrove.com!
You know those awful, terrible, sucker-punch moments in life? The ones that knock you down, burn you up, or make you cringe so hard you wish it was all a bad dream? Probably–because we all do. These epic, messy, oh-no-oh-crap moments of chaos are just part of life–yet, as Dr. Neeta Bhushan shows us, they're also beautiful opportunities for change. In this week's episode I'm talking with Dr. Neeta about how to embrace the suck–and in doing so, break through to lasting, audacious resilience. You'll learn why it's so hard to get back up when stuff goes down, how four core components of your life shape your individual Bounce Factor, and how to navigate the five stages of the Fly Forward framework through Falling, Igniting, Rising, Magnifying, and on to Thriving. Listen in and share with a friend who you know will love this episode.
Life is happening and as most of us have figured out by now, it's not without surprises, pain, suffering and life after. Dr. Neeta joins us today to speak on how she learned the hard way about all of that, but that ALSO there can be resiliency, joy, and support in the chaotic parts of life. Dr. Neeta's goal is to help others navigate through magical and messy moments, and now is out with a new book “That Sucked, Now What: How to Embrace the Joy in Chaos and Find Magic in the Mess", a real-talk guide to personal growth that draws on embracing the suck while breaking through to lasting, audacious resilience. Follow Dr. Neeta Bhushan on IG @neetabhushan and listen to her podcast The Brave Table and find the book “That Sucked, Now What” available now, and visit neetabhushan.com for more. Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode Produced by Dear Media
We've all experienced those awful, terrible sucker-punch moments in life, the ones that knock you down, burn you up, or make you wish it was all a bad dream. Dr. Neeta Bhushan teaches us that those moments are also beautiful opportunities for change. Today on the You Can Heal Your Life Podcast, you'll hear a chapter from Dr. Bhushan's brand-new audiobook, That Sucked, Now What? In this excerpt, you'll learn how resilience isn't just built from experiencing life-altering trauma, but from smaller disappointments and frustrations as well. All you need are actionable tools to help you overcome the obstacles in your way. You can listen to the full audiobook FREE for 14 days in the Empower You Unlimited Audio App. To download it today, visit hayhouse.com/empoweryou.
Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a world-renowned emotional health advocate and expert in the areas of grit and resilience. She has shared her thought leadership on international stages (including the Women's Economic Forum in India, Google HQ, Mindvalley Afest, Evercoach XP Experience & Mindvalley University), as host of her popular podcast (The Brave Table) and in best-selling books (such as, Emotional GRIT: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts, and Change Your World). Neeta has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, NBC, Verve, Tatler Magazine and more. Dr. Neeta sold her large million-dollar cosmetic dentistry practice helping people transform smiles to spark inner greatness. As part of her own journey to becoming a leader in her field and a voice for immigrant women & women of color, she traveled across 45 countries researching human behavior, ancient eastern philosophy and therapeutic psychology. She pooled that learning along with other life experiences overcoming multiple adversities, which include being orphaned at a young age, surviving an abusive marriage, and extensive loss, contributed to the powerful message of resilience & grit to have found several institutes, including the Global GRIT Institute, wellness education platform for optimizing emotional wellbeing for entrepreneurs, and Co-Founder of Dharma Coaching Institute and organization helping train thousands to be the highest versions of themselves. Dr. Neeta lives in Austin,Texas, with her husband and two children. Her forthcoming book, That Sucked. Now What? How to embrace the joy in chaos and find magic in the mess, is due out in January 2023. Today is an epic conversation about finding that magic in the mess, the suck of life, and the tools we can use to navigate out of it. Order her new book That Sucked, Now What? (with freebies as mentioned in the episode!) https://neetabhushan.com/pre-order Get my new FREE course "The Ageless Mindset: The Ultimate Guide to Look Younger and Feel Happier!" HERE: https://best-you-life.teachable.com/p/the-ageless-mindset-the-ultimate-guide-to-look-younger-feel-happier Pre-buy the full course “The Youthfulness Hack: The Secret System to Reverse Aging Fast and Create a New, Radiant You!” and save $50 until it comes out Feb 16th! https://best-you-life.teachable.com/p/the-youthfulness-hack Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe – and share with a friend! It means so much! Thank you! And join the mailing list today to stay up to date! https://www.amyedwards.com/ HigherDOSE 15% off with code MAGIC15 and use link: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1336029&u=3517348&m=87497&urllink=&afftrack= Glow serum https://shrsl.com/3w0ya Mask https://shrsl.com/3w0ye 10% off WAANDS:https://waands.com/?ref=amyedwards Or use code AMYEDWARDS for 10% off the CERVIX WAND: https://waands.com/products/cervix-wand?ref=GKWwgfA1tYGAd Amy's hair by https://www.thecollectiveatx.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-amy-edwards-show/message
Well, that sucked! Have you ever uttered those words to yourself, reflecting on some perceived failure or flub in your life, feeling all sorts of defeated and rundown and ready to toss in your sweat-and-tear soaked towel? No one is immune to a metaphorical gut punch every now and then, but it's how we move forward after the blow that makes all the difference. Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a world-renowned emotional health advocate and expert in the areas of grit and resilience. Her mission is to help people rebuild after life-altering moments. This isn't a dose of toxic positivity or emotional perfectionism – this is research-backed advice for getting up and getting on with life when you've been bowled over. GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES
Better Together with Maria Menounos
Okay that sucked! But now what?! You've hit rock bottom. You've had a breakdown. You're dealing with grief, anxiety depression. You're going through a really hard time...but how do you get back up?? Dr. Neeta as the answers! Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a former cosmetic dentist turned mental health coach, advocate, entrepreneur and best-selling author. She shares with the Heal Squad her story of how she lost three immediate family members in the span of a few years before she was 19- and how that completely altered her life's trajectory. After finding herself stuck in a career and marriage she didn't want to be in- she started her healing journey leading her to where she is today. She teaches us SO much on how to find joy within the grief, and what to do when you're faced with hardship. What is the bounce factor? How do you find the magic in your mess? What happens after the suck? Enjoy the ep and read her book That Sucked, Now What, available now. HEAL SQUAD SOCIALS IG: @HealSquad TikTok: @HealSquadxMaria HEAL SQUAD RESOURCES: Website: www.mariamenounos.com Curated Macy's Page: macys.com/healsquad Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/mariamenounos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/HealSquadxMariaMenounos ABOUT MARIA MENOUNOS: Emmy Award-winning journalist, TV personality, actress, 2x NYT best-selling author, former pro-wrestler and brain tumor survivor, Maria Menounos' passion is to see others heal and to get better in all areas of life. ABOUT HEAL SQUAD x MARIA MENOUNOS: A daily digital talk-show that brings you the world's leading healers, experts, and celebrities to share groundbreaking secrets and tips to getting better in all areas of life. DISCLAIMER: This Podcast and all related content [published or distributed by or on behalf of Maria Menounos or Mariamenounos.com] is for informational purposes only and may include information that is general in nature and that is not specific to you. Any information or opinions expressed or contained herein are not intended to serve as or replace medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe or treat any disease, condition, illness or injury, and you should consult the health care professional of your choice regarding all matters concerning your health, including before beginning any exercise, weight loss, or health care program. If you have, or suspect you may have, a health-care emergency, please contact a qualified health care professional for treatment. Any information or opinions provided by guest experts or hosts featured within website or on Company's Podcast are their own; not those of Maria Menounos or the Company. Accordingly, Maria Menounos and the Company cannot be responsible for any results or consequences or actions you may take based on such information or opinions.
It's wild to be entering a new year, isn't it? I love the feelings of new beginnings, a clean slate, that fresh start… But this year? It feels different. Not in the “this will be my best year yet” sort of way, but more like “I wonder what this year will hold for me.” I haven't been shy in sharing that I'm in this season where I don't exactly know what's next and so my approach for this coming year is mirroring that feeling and I'm doing things a bit differently. Am I nervous? A little. Am I scared? Not really. Do I feel unsettled? Yes. So here's what I'm hoping for in the new year (and it just might surprise you!) GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES