Joining me today is Enneagram 5, Kellyn Swift. Kellyn is the founder of unabridged freedom, and facilitates the popular IG page: @5ish_andiknowit. Known as the Investigator, fives have a desire to acquire knowledge to appear capable and competent. I often describe them as questioners, gathering as much information as possible. Knowing this, It makes sense that our analytical Fives are the first type in the head triad. During our conversation Keilly and I discuss: How the scarcity mindset of the Five can impact physical, emotional or calendar clutter The importance of understanding the difference between rhythms & rigidity What her childhood looked like as the oldest of six children and how that impacts her life now We will be back next week talking to Enneagram 6, Angee Robertson. CONNECT WITH KELLYN: WEBSITE https://www.unabridgedfreedom.com/ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/5ish_andiknowit/ KELLYN'S BOOK RECOMMENDATION: The Body Keeps Score & Take Care of Your Type
By age 65, one in three Americans will have a vision-impairing eye disease. Many sight-robbing conditions can be effectively treated if detected early enough, in many cases limiting or eliminating the damage to eyesight. Four eye diseases — age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts — account for most cases of adult blindness and low vision. Because these eye diseases cause no pain and often have no early symptoms, they do not automatically prompt people to seek medical care. But a thorough checkup by an ophthalmologist can detect them in their earliest stages. Early treatment is vital because...Article Link
In this episode of the @madewellwomenpodcast, we are joined by Kristy Kilcup to chat about the importance of us accepting our bodies AND taking care of them at the same time. In this episode, you will learn about: The first moment Kristy realized something was "wrong" with her body How other people's opinions of you can affect how you view your own body How you can either accept your body and "give up" on how it looks or taking care of it, or you can choose to practice healthy habits that honor and care for your body Kristy's top tips for loving your body and caring for its health How to connect with Kristy on social media, her website, and through her free resources How to grab my FREE Food Freedom Journal to help you break through emotional eating and find peace with food, your body and yourself Visit the episodes blog post for resources and links mentioned here >> http://www.madewell345.com/2022/06/28/how-to-accept-your-body-and-take-care-of-it/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madewell345/support
Want to live longer? Then smile more. Smiling is contagious. It changes our mood. It fights stress and builds your resiliency. Smiling boosts your immune system. It lowers your blood pressure and blocks pain. Part of National Smile Month is about maintaining good oral health. I just recently went to see my dentist and I didn't have it in me to lie about flossing my teeth. I just don't take the time, especially as life gets busy and rushed. And I am not the only one. Currently, research shows that a significant number of us have taken time off work in the last five years due to poor oral health. Most problems with teeth and gums are preventable with a good daily routine. Furthermore, a quarter of all adults have not visited a dentist in the past two years and a similar number only brush their teeth once a day. Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency! Here are today's Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating National Smile Month: The Oral Health Foundations recommends that we brush our teeth right before going to bed at night and on at least one other occasion throughout the day with a fluoride toothpaste. We should also cut down on how much sugary food and drinks we have, and how often we have them. And finally, we need to go to see our dentist regularly. Ultimately, the aim is to help us achieve good physical and mental wellbeing by improving our oral health. A smile might be a small gesture, yet it can have a remarkable effect on our state of mind, as well as the emotional happiness of others. Remember, If you like today's wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app. Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line resiliency test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab. #Mentalhealth #hr
The Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast is powered by BetOnline.AG Please support our podcast by signing up for a free account at BetOnline.AG and use code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus. Below are the show topics that hosts Mark Allred, Dominic Tiano, and Kevin O'Keefe, and talked about in episode 284! In this episode, hosts Mark Allred, Dominic Tiano, and Kevin O'Keefe got together once again for another week of Boston Bruins off-season hockey talk. This week we discussed the two Bruins-related Reports from Worchester Telegraph Joe McDonald about Patrice Bergeron coming back for another year and on Saturday night when he released the Bruins and Don Sweeney Extention. We had two #AskBNG questions and talked about a few other topics of interest during this off-season leading up to the 2022 NHL Draft and Free Agency which starts on the 13th of July. Enjoy the show and Please consider giving us a 5-Star rating and a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Podcasts. We'd certainly appreciate the kind gesture. If you're interested in supporting our BNG Podcast and would like to buy some official show merchandise, please go to: blackngoldhockey.com/product-catego…ockey-podcast/ Follow us on Twitter at: Mark Allred @BlackAndGold277 Dominic Tiano @dominictiano Kevin O'Keefe @Kevin_OKeefe89 Podcast Account @BlackNGoldPod Instagram Account @Blackngoldhockey If you'd like to support us financially, we do have a Patreon campaign where we give back weekly with Boston hockey-related prizes and monthly Boston Bruins hand-signed jersey giveaways. Please go to patreon.com/blackngoldhockeypodcast and donate just $1 per episode to be eligible! Have a question or a comment for the hosts? Please send us an email at email@example.com Thanks for tuning in and for all the support! We'll be back next week for another show of Bruins Hockey related material. Take Care and GO, Bruins!!
The SCOTUS voted to repeal the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling set off a wave of needed and just protests from women and men across the country. States can enact laws to ban or continue to support the repeal or ruling. However, it does appear many states will support the ruling. This will lead to many social and more importantly women's health issues for years to come. Track: "I'll Take Care of You" Artist: Native Sunz --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesolution68/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesolution68/support
Here, in Week #4 and the final episode of Father's Month, I dedicate it to the Single Moms. There are plenty of dads who are taking on both the mother and father role, but this episode highlights the moms who play both roles. With that, my special guest for this episode is my mother. My mother discusses what the pressure is like to take on both the mother and father role and how she was able to handle the challenge. She also discusses what the difference is raising boys and girls and how to balance that delicate situation. My mother shares her thoughts on the difficulty of raising kids in today's climate compared to decades ago. In the end, my mom offers some wise and thoughtful advice to all single moms.Listen in to her insightful inspiring interview.As always, thanks for listening. Take Care
Kevin hears that a lot of people want side hustles like to do real estate investing or crypto stocks. In this episode, Kevin shares how could you do those things. — Erik J. Olson is the Founder & CEO of Array Digital - a marketing agency that provides bold marketing which helps managing partners grow their law firms. He is also: Author of Million Dollar Journey: How to launch a seven-figure business, available on Amazon.com. Host of the Journey to $100 Million daily podcast—sharing tips, tricks, and lessons learned from scaling Array Digital into be a world-class digital marketing powerhouse. Host of The Managing Partners Podcast—interviews with America's top managing partners about how they're running and growing their law firms. Erik speaks often on the topics of entrepreneurship, building freelance businesses, and digital marketing. Connect with Erik on Instagram at @erik.j.olson. — Kevin Daisey is an award-winning digital marketer & entrepreneur. He started his first company when he was just 23, and is the Founder & CMO of Array Digital. Kevin is also the co-host of the Journey to $100 Million Flash Briefing and daily podcast, and the co-organizer of the Marketers Anonymous monthly meetups. — For more information on the show, and to check out past episodes, go to journeyto100million.com!
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On this episode of When Harry Met Daphne we interviewed Melissa Klepacki - an Acupuncturist, Serial Entrepreneur, Wellness Fanatic and TedX Speaker, Mom of 2 teen boys, Wife, Lyme Warrior, Magic Maker, 2 time Collegiate National Champion coxswain, published author, bourbon drinker and a little bit tech geek. Founder of The Güüd Company - a voice-first wellness company. - "I stand for vibrant health for all!"Please take better care of yourself.Connect with Melissa Klepacki: Instagram | FacebookSupport the show
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Show & Producer Tyler Milner make a bet that Show is now regretting.. A heated debate takes place between Clint & Show vs. Tyler. Clint's Razorbacks & Tyler's Aggies look to advance in the College World Series.
Episode 2328 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a column about the solemn obligation America owes to its ailing veterans. The featured column appeared in the Times Record of Fort Smith, Arkansas and is titled: Helping sick vets … Continue reading → The post Episode 2328 – America must take care of its ailing veterans appeared first on .
Historically, the word legacy was defined by its authentic definition of “an individual or group of people in action” so while leaving behind a physical inheritance is a good thing and a particularly meaningful act “legacy” as defined in those terms alone is left a bit hollow and limiting. Legacy building is something far greater. Legacy is grounded in transformational experiences that set others up to not only pick up where you left off but apply, enhance and even expand those traits and actions in new ways. In this episode, Dr. Stephen V. offers a renewed, in-depth definition of “legacy” that will equip you to reset your lens on the issue and take action on the “legacy indicators” he describes, in any environment, be it from the dinner table or the conference table.Connect with Dr. Stephen V.LinkedIn: Stephen V. Peters, Ed.D. –https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenvpeters/Twitter: @stephenvpeters – https://twitter.com/stephenvpetersInstagram: dr.stephenvpetersHi there! So glad you found this podcast. Stay awhile and let's grow together.Subscribe to the Take Care & Live! podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Overcast, Stitcher Radio, and other platforms! If you enjoyed this episode or any others, I would love it if you rated the shows and left a review. The Take Care & Live! podcast is produced by Dr. Stephen V.
Follow along as Kevin Clancy (aka KFC Barstool) and Clem (aka The Clem Report) battle through another season with The New York Mets. Will the Mets finally make history with Uncle Stevie (Steve Cohen) at the helm of the franchise? Or did the Wilpons curse the team and ruin all hope of ever winning a World Series? We can't think that way. Uncle Stevie is the bright light in the middle of the dark. We're going to be an amazing (or at the very least respectable) team this team. We Gotta Believe. Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/BELIEVE Download the Gametime app at https://barstool.link/GametimeApp and redeem code BELIEVE for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). Subscribe to the youtube here: https://barstool.link/WGB Follow along on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GottaBelievePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wegottabeli... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/36110... Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@wegottabelieve #newyorkmets #mlb #baseball
#UFC #Fightnight #NBA #fathersday #Hustle This podcast comes on the last day of Spring on the eve of Summer and just after Fathers Day so lets celebrate! We started this episode with a breakdown of a great UFC card that was incredibly entertaining from the first fight to the last! A UFC record was tied with 9 Knockouts and the fight of the night was the main event. The Featherweight division was on display with two of the divisions best in a very tough battle. Calvin Kattar the #4 seed took on Josh Emmett the #7 seed and they went the full 25 minutes and it capped off one of the best cards ever! Do yourself a favor and watch this entire card and the breakdown here for a great night of entertainment! The NBA Finals is over and the Golden State Warriors have ascended to the top of the mountain again and hoisted their fourth title in the last 8 years. Steph Curry was the leader and got his much awaited Finals MVP and put himself firmly entrenched in the top 10 players of all time conversation. It was fun to watch and to breakdown but it will be hard to keep together. We went over the salary structure and luxury tax they will have to pay out and it looks to be between $400 and $500 Million dollars to take another run with this group intact. The NBA Draft takes place the Thursday and will be fun to see the lives changed and the fortunes of the 30 teams. The draft gives renewed hope for all the teams that want to raise the Larry O'Brien trophy like the Warriors just celebrated today with a parade through the streets of San Francisco! Thanks so much for watching and your continued support. Check out our website www.completesportsmedia.com for lots of great sports content. Also please go to our parent website www.completemedianetwork.com Enjoy, Take Care, Love Yah, Bye for now!
Episode #750This World Yoga Day, Ashdin Doctor is joined by Global Yoga Icon and Lifestyle Influencer, Sunaina Rekhi on #TheHabitCoachPodcast, where they discuss Yoga and how you can take your Yoga practice beyond and evolve it into a way of taking care of yourself and feeling young.Sunaina shares that the one hour you spend on the Yoga mat everyday, must be able to take you off the mat for the rest of the 23 hours. She says that Yoga offers you a space to believe that no matter how difficult situations are, you can overcome it. You can follow our guest Sunaina Rekhi on her social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sunainarekhiyogaTwitter: https://twitter.com/sunainarekhiInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunaina_rekhi/LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/in/sunaina-rekhi-22113b111Check out the Awesome180 website: (http://awesome180.com/ )You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/)Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat on this link : (https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )You can listen to The Habit Coach Kannada Podcast here: (https://ivm.today/3j0Libf )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
We all know we need to take care of ourselves and we definitely all know what that means and what that is supposed to look like. But often is met with the questions "When?" and "How?". As mothers, we are often 'default' parent and we need to ask over and over again to be able to even go to the bathroom by ourselves. Which then leads to frustration that so many are able to take time for themselves but we need to ask. Or maybe you're faced with the dreaded mom guilt wanting to take time for yourself. In today's episode, I talk about my theory of why we've gotten to a point that it is so incredibly difficult to get time to take time for ourselves and a few thoughts around how we can actually do this with more ease. Submit topic ideas and questions to email@example.comBuy Motherhood Stripped!Check out freebies here. Join Erin in her free Facebook Community, Same Boat Huddle.Find resources, information and connect with Erin through her website.
The Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast is powered by BetOnline.AG Please support our podcast by signing up for a free account at BetOnline.AG and use code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus. Below are the show topics that hosts Mark Allred, Kevin O'Keefe, and talked about in episode 283! In this episode, hosts Mark Allred, and Kevin O'Keefe got together once again for another week of Boston Bruins off-season hockey talk. This week we did a Boston Bruins round table discussion and welcomed passionate B's fans Sharon and Anish to join us and get their thoughts on the direction this NHL club is taking with all the recent news. We hope you enjoy this listen and please reach out if you'd like to join us in future round table talks this off-season. If you're interested in supporting our BNG Podcast and would like to buy some official show merchandise, please go to: blackngoldhockey.com/product-catego…ockey-podcast/ Follow us on Twitter at: Mark Allred @BlackAndGold277 Dominic Tiano @dominictiano Kevin O'Keefe @Kevin_OKeefe89 Podcast Account @BlackNGoldPod Instagram Account @Blackngoldhockey If you'd like to support us financially, we do have a Patreon campaign where we give back weekly with Boston hockey-related prizes and monthly Boston Bruins hand-signed jersey giveaways. Please go to patreon.com/blackngoldhockeypodcast and donate just $1 per episode to be eligible! Have a question or a comment for the hosts? Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for tuning in and for all the support! We'll be back next week for another show of Bruins Hockey related material. Take Care and GO, Bruins!!
In Week #3 episode, I have a very in-depth, informative and thoughtful conversation with Gil. Gil outlines his life prior to becoming a father and why he became a "late father." Gil details what life has been like as a father and how he balances his work-life and his home-life. He also delves into the topic of being a dad to kids that aren't his 'biological' kids. Gil offers some very thought-provoking and insightful thoughts on various aspects of being a father. Gil sheds light on what his father was like and how that experience as a young kid shaped his mindset and actions as a dad himself. In the end, Gil offers some very wise advice that all dads could benefit from.Please listen in as Gil thoroughly breaks down fatherhood and what being a dad really means.As always, thanks for listening. Take Care
My most often-cited quote is: "Whatever size and shape your body takes when you're taking the best care of yourself is the size and shape your body is meant to be." So few women seem to be able to understand what that actually means. And it's because we have no idea what it means to take care of ourselves. This episode explores multiple intersections, like: -the patriarchal oppression of the female body and the war on women -racism and the fear of bigness as a rejection of Blackness -what I took away from watching a wild animal documentary and why I believe we are no different from wild female lions -what happens to "women in captivity" -women are not sold pleasure or joy... what we're sold instead and why it's a problem -what it means to be a wild woman all to help you learn how to take care of yourself as a woman in this world... because we've never, ever been taught. ________________________________________ The Research: Cole, R. E., Meyer, S. A., Newman, T. J., Kieffer, A. J., Wax, S. G., Stote, K., & Madanat, H. (2019). The My Body Knows When Program Increased Intuitive Eating Characteristics in a Military Population. Military Medicine, 184(7-8). https://doi.org/10.1093/milmed/usy403 Khalsa, A. S., Stough, C. O., Garr, K., Copeland, K. A., Kharofa, R. Y., & Woo, J. G. (2019). Factor structure of the Intuitive Eating Scale-2 among a low-income and racial minority population. Appetite, 142, 104390. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2019.104390 Nogué, M., Nogué, E., Molinari, N., Macioce, V., Avignon, A., & Sultan, A. (2019). Intuitive eating is associated with weight loss after bariatric surgery in women. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 110(1), 10–15. https://doi.org/10.1093/ajcn/nqz046 Quansah, D. Y., Gross, J., Gilbert, L., Helbling, C., Horsch, A., & Puder, J. J. (2019). Intuitive eating is associated with weight and glucose control during pregnancy and in the early postpartum period in women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM): A clinical cohort study. Eating Behaviors, 34, 101304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eatbeh.2019.101304 Additional Resources: Fearing the Black Body, Sabrina Strings https://www.npr.org/transcripts/893006538 https://www.netflix.com/title/81137265 -The Principles of Pleasure, Netflix https://www.netflix.com/title/81170676 -Wild Babies Untamed, Glennon Doyle
Toxic coworkers–we know ‘em when we see ‘em. They're passive aggressive, short/curt, rude people, lacking self-awareness with narcissistic tendencies who do not take responsibility, may gaslight us, take credit for others' accomplishments and make our lives miserable! THE EFFECTS OF TOXICITY Toxic coworkers suck up all the time, money and energy in the workplace. In the article “How Toxic Colleagues Corrode Performance,” the authors polled thousands of managers and employees on the receiving end of antisocial behavior from a colleague and found that work quality and quantity of work decreased and folks also lost time - in terms of hours worked, avoiding that coworker or worrying about that coworker. The data also support the toxic coworker is often responsible for team dysfunction. Functional teams are often called loyalist teams. Dysfunctional teams are often called saboteur teams - and no surprise, are significantly more likely to contain a toxic coworker. TOXIC TOP PERFORMER Many people believe we need to put up with toxic behavior if the person is a top performer. It turns out this is another one of those upside down common beliefs in the workplace. The paradox for leaders is that the common traits of a toxic worker can mean they are a top performer in the company. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic writes in his article “Why Bad Guys Win at Work,” “for some toxic employees there is a bright side to their dark side. For example, Machiavellian traits such as superficial charm, charisma, self-confidence and interpersonal manipulation can be valuable when developing new client relationships. Likewise, toxic employees with narcissistic tendencies such as ruthlessness and selfishness can be the most productive – driven to achieve their targets whatever the cost.” According to Michael Mccoby in the Harvard Business review there is clear evidence that productivity and performance do not justify or make up for the toxic worker. “Narcissistic Leaders: The Incredible Pros, the Inevitable Cons.” Rather, it turns out these workers' negative effect in the workplace is not justified by performance or productivity contributions. Chamarro-Premuzic says, “[t]heir [toxic employees] success comes at a price, and that price is paid by the organization.”. WHAT TO DO? Try an honest conversation with the person engaging in the behavior - this is usually always the place to start as long as you feel safe. Research shows that most of us lack self-awareness, especially at work - so a conversation can be very helpful. Remember - feedback is a sign of functional teams. Do not stoop to their level, keep your ego in check and practice empathy. Keeping an eye out for your own fight-or-flight response can help you with these tactics. Some of these toxic behaviors can really tigger us - and our ego. Keep the high ground. We can even try some empathy - we know that crummy behavior is a terrible burden and gets in the way of not just our ease, meaning and joy - but the toxic worker's as well - and don't leave yourself out of a big dose of empathy. Talking with your boss about the behavior and getting some support can be very helpful. Sometimes bosses are not aware of the extent of the problem. Take Care of Yourself. We need to be vigilant about our own emotional, psychological and physical health. Let's do some hazardous waste removal, remediation and containment!
In today's episode of Three Wide in the Middle, Tommy opens the show with a soapbox rant about the complaining going on in the F1 paddock, and why these teams need to stop whining and just figure things out (3:38). Then, Tommy and Keith discuss Daniel Suarez's historic win at Sonoma (17:03), before diving into the NASCAR Silly Season (28:42), and Jonathan Davenport's million-dollar win (45:02). Hosts: Tommy Brandon and Keith Bradley Producer: Tommy Brandon Email the show: email@example.com
An old tree is a marvel to gaze upon but it's the unseen things an ancient tree does in a forest that are truly astounding. To talk about the vital importance of “mother trees” in regenerative forest ecosystems, my guest this week is ecologist Suzanne Simard, Ph.D.
Aging parents of people with disabilities want to make sure their kids will be cared for when they're no longer around. Plus, COVID-19 numbers going down, vaccines for kids under five on the horizon, and a Colchester pharmacy cited by the feds.
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Clean defense and a good, clutch bullpen? It's a run prevention recipe that worked exceptionally well for the San Francisco Giants in 2021, and we've started to see more of that recently in 2022. For the longest time, the SF Giants' pitching and defense was letting them down, but things have started to normalize in recent games. The Giants fell behind 2-0 early with Alex Wood on the mound, something that was all too familiar in May, but this time they were able to hold the line and tack on runs as the game went along. Royals starter Brady Singer at one point walked four consecutive batters after a two-out double by Austin Wynns. Donovan Walton, Mike Yastrzemski, and Darin Ruf made clutch defensive plays. Jake McGee, Mauricio Llovera, and Camilo Doval pitched clean innings out of the 'pen. When those two things are happening, the Giants are tough to beat. Brandon Crawford had a big hit. Thairo Estrada drove in a run with a single. Injury updates on Brandon Belt, LaMonte Wade Jr., Matthew Boyd, and Anthony DeSclafani are also provided. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
In the groundbreaking must-read guide for caretakers (aren't we all?!) Laveta Piemme, author of Peaceful Eye of the Hurricane chats up Andrea & Christy about the dire importance for care takers to take care before burnout and illness sets in. She gives quick and easy tips and exercises for recentering in the midst of the cycle of giving to others. Whether you are a parent to young's, care taking for a sick loved one or in a long term situation …this is the essential guide for finding balance while giving all you have to another. Buy the book: https://amzn.to/3HewbpG. More resources & meditation: https://bit.ly/3mCbf2e
When Michael Horvath, the co-founder and CEO of Strava, meets with employees, he doesn't just start saying what he's thinking. Instead, the first thing out of his mouth is: “what's on your mind?” His company, Strava, is an app that serves 100 million athletes, to help motivate their movement, connect them with a community, and improve their safety. And these days, it's a company of more than 400 people–which has both informed, and necessitated, Michael's leadership style–which is a lot about listening, and letting employees grow into their passions and skills.
The Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast is powered by BetOnline.AG Please support our podcast by signing up for a free account at BetOnline.AG and use code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus. Below are the show topics that hosts Mark Allred, Kevin O'Keefe, and Dominic Tiano talked about in episode 282! In this episode, hosts Mark Allred, Dominic Tiano, and Kevin O'Keefe get together once again for another week of Boston Bruins off-season hockey talk. This week the crew is back and we have a lot to cover particularly the Bruce Cassidy firing and his comments in his personal press conference with the Boston hockey media via a zoom conference call. We also touched on a few other Bruins-related topics to get a full show so hopefully, you enjoy it. If you're interested in supporting our BNG Podcast and would like to buy some official show merchandise, please go to: blackngoldhockey.com/product-catego…ockey-podcast/ Follow us on Twitter at: Mark Allred @BlackAndGold277 Dominic Tiano @dominictiano Kevin O'Keefe @Kevin_OKeefe89 Podcast Account @BlackNGoldPod Instagram Account @Blackngoldhockey If you'd like to support us financially, we do have a Patreon campaign where we give back weekly with Boston hockey-related prizes and monthly Boston Bruins hand-signed jersey giveaways. Please go to patreon.com/blackngoldhockeypodcast and donate just $1 per episode to be eligible! Have a question or a comment for the hosts? Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for tuning in and for all the support! We'll be back next week for another show of Bruins Hockey related material. Take Care and GO, Bruins!!
In Week #2 episode of Father's Month, I have an in-depth discussion with Lonnie. He and his wife have 3 kids. Lonnie discusses how he and his wife share the responsibilities of taking care of the kids. Lonnie remarks how he and his wife not only work their 'regular' jobs, but how they also have their own business and how they manage those responsibilities as well as the many other daily life responsibilities that pull at them. Lonnie also reflects and discusses his childhood, the kind of father his dad was and how those experiences shaped him into the father he is today. With that, Lonnie shares the type of relationship and his son have.In the end, Lonnie offers his sincere advice to other dads who are just embarking on this journey. Please listen in to Lonnie's story.As always, thanks for listening. Take Care.
Micayla & Madi have a candid chat about the importance of taking care of yourself. The topics of discussion include boundaries, self care rituals, their favorite ways to improve their mental health and breaking generational patterns.FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! PHILOSOshe: https://www.instagram.com/philoso.she/Micayla:https://www.instagram.com/micaylarie/Madi:https://www.instagram.com/madi2_/
Rarely is anything an overnight success. It can take years of hard work before it pays off, and that can be a hard truth to accept. But there are tips and tricks, or habits really, that you can implement into your daily life to pave the way to a successful future for you and your company. These tricks, that I'm about to share, are a mix of productivity hacks as well as personal life hacks to help you perform at your best and build an extraordinary legacy. With practice, they'll become second nature, and allow you to free up your mental bandwidth to tackle the tasks that will grow your business exponentially. 1. Prioritize Taking Accountability As a business owner, you're responsible not only for your own outcomes, but the outcomes of the people you hire. A great leader has insight into the day-to-day operations of their business and has the ability to empower their team as well as step in when needed. Additionally, you can't expect your team to take accountability for their actions and decisions if you don't set an example first. Taking accountability in everyday situations helps you to learn how to take responsibility for your destiny overall. You are in charge of your success, and when you get into the practice of taking action instead of making excuses, you'll go further than ever. 2. Take Care of Yourself Greatness can't be achieved when your body and your mental health aren't performing optimally. The idea of hustling 24/7 and wearing burnout as a badge of honor is outdated. In order to succeed, you need to take care of your body. That might mean incorporating a consistent workout routine into your day, whether that's early in the morning or later in the afternoon. Some people prefer to start their day by getting their body moving, which may actually promote greater productivity. Pay attention to how your body feels throughout the day. Are you getting enough sleep? Or are you powering through on a bad night's sleep? According to a 2016 business school study, leaders who prioritized sleep were perceived as more charismatic. 3. Turn Off as Many Notifications as You Can Phones can be the primary way in which you do your work, but they can also be incredibly distracting. Turning off notifications to the apps that you don't need to be looking at can help you focus and be more productive. Even if you use social media for your business, block off some time each day on your calendar as the designated time to engage with your social media audience. That way, your train of thought and workflow aren't interrupted each time your phone pings with a new like or comment. You can even check out some apps that help limit your screen time, so you can spend your time building your ideal business. One trick to avoiding distractions is putting your phone face down, turn off sounds and vibrations, or even put the phone in another room, while you work on the task at hand. 4. Never Stop Learning The true secret to greatness is not being someone who knows everything, but being someone who is curious about everything. When you acknowledge what you don't know and ask questions to learn more, you have the potential to increase your knowledge exponentially. Being open to learning helps you stay relevant to current trends. Not sure why you should use a specific platform for your business? Instead of writing it off because you don't know how to use it, spend some time diving into the opportunities to reach your audience on a new platform, or grow your audience base into a newer demographic. Being able to admit you don't know something is a strength, and it frees you of the fear that people will think you don't know everything because by your own words, you don't. 5. Block Off Your Time It can be hard to hop from one task to another, or deal with multiple people asking you questions. Take control of your own schedule and block off time for the various tasks you need to do. That way, you can streamline your workflow and free up mental bandwidth to deal with whatever's in front of you during that time block. If you're more productive in the mornings, set aside a couple of hours to work on bigger tasks. Include blocking off time for things like visionary strategizing. Being able to brainstorm and have the space to read, listen to podcasts, or just let inspiration strike you in general, is hugely beneficial to the growth and success of your business. An example of time blocking on your calendar could be exercising from 7am to 8am, working on the next quarter's strategy from 8am to 10am, responding to emails from 10am to 10:30am, answering team questions from 10:30am to 11am, and so forth for the rest of your day. Blocking off time also gets you into the practice of setting boundaries, which are necessary for making sure you get the time or support you need to achieve greatness. Some of the most productive people in the world swear by time blocking. Ever heard of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Michael Hyatt, or Cal Newport? Yep – they are all time-blockers. They're squeezing every drop of productivity from their days, and so can you. 6. Surround Yourself with People Who Inspire You When you surround yourself with people who inspire you, you create an atmosphere for growth. A successful mindset is contagious, and you will learn more from people who have strengths to complement your weaknesses. Running a business can be isolating at times, which is why it's important to connect with other business owners and entrepreneurs. Not only will they understand what you go through with your business, they'll be able to support you as you inevitably face challenges while building your legacy. Together, you can continue to inspire and motivate one another. 7. Keep a Notepad By Your Bed You never know when a great idea is going to hit you. The most practical tip of this list is to keep a notepad by your bed, or just near you at all times. Maybe it's easier for you to track ideas on your phone, though that could undermine tip #3 if your phone just serves to distract you further. Entrepreneurs tend to struggle with perfectionism, so make sure that doesn't happen when you jot down ideas. They don't need to be fully fleshed out—just get them down, physically on paper, so you can revisit them and think through them later on. Writing things down, instead of thinking them or even typing them out, can enable a higher level of thinking. 8. Embrace Making Mistakes As cliché as it sounds, making mistakes is a part of life. But what can be debilitating is letting a fear of making mistakes limit your ability to grow. Instead of fearing mistakes, embrace them! When you fear mistakes, it makes you unable and unwilling to try new things. Instead, when you embrace failure, it takes away its power over you. So, you might fail….so what? You'll learn from it and get even stronger. By following these eight tips, you'll find yourself even stronger as a leader and as an individual. You may not notice the changes overnight, but they'll be there. Stop being stagnant in your growth and take actionable steps to hack your way to greatness. For more help on creating your ideal business and ideal life, reach out to me today and schedule your complimentary consultation. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ The Results Accelerator™ Get your daily Accountability Minute shot of a single, simple, doable idea, so you can start your day off on the "right foot". 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What does reinvent yourself mean? Definition of reinvent oneself : to become a different kind of person, How can I reinvent myself? 10 steps for reinventing yourself Start with self-understanding and self-awareness. ... Define your core values. ... Ask yourself what you want to change. ... Set realistic goals. ... Build positive habits. ... Practice self-reflection. ... Be honest with yourself. ... Ask for support. Why do I want to reinvent myself? Reinvention is what allows you endless opportunities to continue exploring new parts of yourself. Exploration is growth, and growth in this sense is not outward facing but inward. Whenever you find something about yourself you want to change, you need to look for a way to reinvent it.M What is another word for reinvent? remake What reinvention means? transitive verb. 1 : to make as if for the first time something already invented reinvent the wheel. 2 : to remake or redo completely. 3 : to bring into use again. How do I become a new person? 7 Simple Steps to Change Your Life and Become a New Person. Follow and thrive. ... Decide Who You Want To Be. Many people are so caught up figuring out who they are that they don't consider who they want to be. ... Prioritize. ... Change Your Environment. ... Demand More From Yourself. ... Decide Faster. ... Eliminate Distractions. ... Get To Work Here are some of the things I've been implementing into my daily routine to become a better person on a daily basis. Think Before You Speak. Words can carry a lot of weight. ... Embrace Change. ... Be Grateful. ... Do the Right Thing. ... Use Your Strengths. ... Address Your Weaknesses. ... Take Care of Yourself. ... Be a Hero --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/therealephriampodcastshow/message
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On today's episode, Dennis speaks with Garrett TeSlaa from "The Squad Room about how we need to take care of each other in this profession and become better leaders. Check out "The Squad Room" here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-squad-room/id995536948 If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining