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The Poco a Poco Podcast with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
Not every relationship is the same, so not every fraternal correction will be the same. This may vary between a parent and a child, between friends, between a boss and his subordinates, between strangers, or between a formator and the people their forming. In today's episode, we will discuss essential distinctions when it comes to fraternal correction and try to shed some light on what would be our responsibilities or what we are supposed to do when we encounter people in our daily walks of life and we would like to engage in fraternal correction. The Poco a Poco podcast happens because of many generous donors, including recurring monthly donations of any amount. Thinking about helping out? You can give at https://spiritjuice.org/supportpoco. Thank you!
Three Texas atheists join us to talk about the evangelical attack on our secular democracy in the second-largest state of the "union." It's a conversation with Aron Ra, Wil Jeudy, and Michelle Palmer.
Overheard at National Geographic
For centuries, Mexican gray wolves roamed the Southwest. But as cattle ranches spread, wolves became enemy number one, and by the 1970s the subspecies was nearly extinct. But after the Endangered Species Act was passed, the U.S. embarked on an ambitious plan to save the iconic predators. We'll meet the Texas trapper who switched from killing wolves to catching them to breed. And we'll follow a team of biologists into the Gila Wilderness to introduce captive-born wolf pups into the wild. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard. Want more? Check out Peter Gwin's feature article on the Gila wilderness. Thinking of visiting the Gila yourself? We've put together a travel guide for you. Also Explore In 2021, a Mexican wolf named Mr. Goodbar crossed the border from Mexico into the United States, raising questions about how the border wall will affect animal migration. The Gila wilderness is also famous for one of the only venomous lizards in the world, the Gila monster. But climate change and human activity is threatening this charismatic reptile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between
In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we have a special guest, New York Times bestselling author and Pastor T.D. Jakes. Join us as Pastor Jakes shares his insights on disruptive thinking, emotional intelligence, and building a strong marriage. Key Takeaways: The importance of planning and budgeting to handle resources effectively Overcoming emotional challenges through emotional intelligence and self-awareness The significance of making progress rather than seeking popularity Embracing the difficulty of big ventures and the value of doing things yourself Navigating conversations with your spouse when pursuing disruptive ideas Episode Summary: The conversation begins with Pastor Jakes emphasizing the significance of planning and structuring one's resources. He encourages listeners to bring money to mind rather than letting emotions dictate their financial decisions. He emphasizes the importance of being productive and intentional with time and resources. The discussion then moves to the topic of emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Pastor Jakes defines emotional intelligence as the ability to manage emotions and make sound decisions, highlighting the importance of expressing emotions constructively. He emphasizes the power of apology and the need to break negative learned behaviors. Next, Pastor Jakes reflects on the state of the world and the responsibility to leave a better future for our children. He shares his experience of negotiating a billion-dollar deal with a major bank to benefit the community, highlighting the importance of integrity and keeping one's word. The conversation shifts to the challenges of venturing into new territories and thinking disruptively. Pastor Jakes advises listeners to do thorough research, seek advice from experienced individuals, and weigh opinions against their own knowledge. He encourages embracing the difficulty and acknowledging that progress often comes through hard work and perseverance. In the later part of the episode, Pastor Jakes discusses the importance of taking ownership and being involved in every aspect of your endeavors. He shares personal experiences of stepping into uncharted territory and the support he received from his wife. He emphasizes the need for agreement within a household to navigate the challenges of pursuing disruptive ideas. The episode concludes with Pastor Jakes inviting listeners to explore his book, "Disruptive Thinking," available wherever books are sold. He also introduces the Good Soil app, designed to support and connect entrepreneurs seeking to rethink and grow their businesses. Resources Mentioned: "Disruptive Thinking" by T.D. Jakes Conclusion: Join us in this enlightening episode as Pastor T.D. Jakes shares invaluable insights on disruptive thinking, emotional intelligence, and building a strong marriage. Don't miss out on the wisdom shared by this renowned author and pastor.
Jeff Wald, Co-founder of Bento Engine This episode is sponsored by the M&A Science Academy, DealRoom, and FirmRoom. To join our growing online community of M&A practitioners, visit https://www.mascience.com/academy. Don't forget to use code “podcast” at checkout. Ready to take your M&A to the next level with software made to manage each stage of the deal process? See how DealRoom can facilitate your next deal at https://www.dealroom.net FirmRoom provides 80% cost savings over VDRs that bill by page and delivers a far better user experience to boot. Sign up in under 2 minutes by going to https://www.firmroom.com Episode Timestamps 00:00 Intro 03:44 Best practices during exits 04:41 Thinking about an exit 09:54 Engaging with investors 14:13 The path to being acquired 18:24 Tips for Outreach 19:49 First conversation 25:11 Key people when executing deals 29:00 Negotiating Law firm prices 30:16 Negotiating LOI 34:37 Confirmatory due diligence 37:06 Communicating with employees 39:13 Announce day 44:55 Integration 47:46 Craziest thing in M&A
Questions we ask that lead us to solutions and positivity are extremely helpful and useful. But we sometimes tend to ask ourselves dead end questions. These are the ones that lead us in a downward spiral and cause us to only find support for the negative. This is why it's so important to really think about how you phrase questions to yourself and others. It can completely change the outcome.As I have worked and coached myself and others to ask more positive questions, I've found there is tremendous power in them. The right questions can make all the difference. So in the spirit of asking myself questions that are upward moving and cause me to think creatively, I'm asking myself–and invite you to ask yourself–What if today was your last day?“If today was the last day of my life, how would I show up differently to everything I'm already planning on doing?... So far it's really made the small, normal routine events of my day to day more meaningful, more poignant, more powerful… It's created a lot more of a sense of gratitude and abundance.” – Dr. Sara DillWhat You'll LearnQuitting versus grittingQuestions we want to ask ourselves‘If this was your last day…'Different than making changesPaying attention on purposeThe power of the right questionContact Info and Recommended ResourcesPodcast Episodes that pair well with this one:Life is Short and Why This MattersRegret MinimizationWhat if the Good Ole Days are Now?Connect with Sara Dill, MD, The Doctor's CoachI'd love to work with you! Sign up for a FREE consult call so we can chat. Schedule on my calendar at: saradill.com/schedule. Thinking of dropping me a line? Please do! I read all my own emails and truly enjoy hearing from listeners. You can ask me a question, suggest a topic for the podcast, or just say hi: firstname.lastname@example.org.Website: saradill.comWork with me: saradill.com/coachingMy book: The Doctor Dilemma: How to Quit Being Miserable Without Quitting MedicineFacebookInstagram
In this episode, Madhavi Nade Jain breaks down the reasons behind starting her show and shares how it's structured. Stay tuned as we chat more about the power of offloading, plus excellent tips on marketing your show to drive more eyes and ears faster than ever. Dial in! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR The importance of adding value to others How Madhavi selects guests for her podcast A usual goal for podcasters and how to achieve it Paid advertising: How much should you spend and for how long Perks of having both sponsors and calls to action RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann | Hardcover and Kindle Riverside.fm Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy | Hardcover and Kindle ABOUT MADHAVI NADE JAIN Madhavi is the President, Wealth strategist, and podcast host at Think Outside the Stocks. She helps her clients with a two-fold approach, efficient savings with Infinity Banking and risk-managed investing in commercial real estate syndications. She has an active multifamily portfolio of ~790 units, $170+ Million in value, with strategic syndicated partnerships. She is passionate about educating and bringing high-quality investments to her clients via historically recession-resistant asset classes such as multifamily, self-storage, industrial, senior assisted living, ATMs, and more. She is also a fund manager, where she brings in these diversified opportunities one at a time, and investors can participate selectively instead of blindly with her mantra, “Your Investments, your choice.” Madhavi is on a mission to change the financial trajectory of one family at a time, and thousands more to go. CONNECT WITH MADHAVI Website: Think Outside The Stocks Podcast: Think Outside The Stocks Apple | Spotify CONNECT WITH US If you are interested in getting on our show, email us at email@example.com. Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Click here and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! Upgrading your podcast equipment or maybe getting your first microphone? Get Your Free Equipment Guide! We also have free courses for you on everything you need to know about starting a great podcast! Check out our first six episodes through the links below! Identify Your Avatar - Free Course 1/6 What To Do BEFORE You Launch Your Podcast - Free Course 2/6 How To Launch A TOP Show - Free Course 3/6 Best Marketing And Growth Strategies - Free Course 4/6 How To Monetize Your Podcast - Free Course 5/6 Top 22 Pitfalls On Starting Your Own Podcast - Free Course 6/6 If you want to make money from your podcasts, check out this FREE resource we made. Our clients use a sponsor sheet, and now they are making between $2,000 to $5,000 from sponsorship! Subscribe so you don't miss out on great content and if you love the show, leave an honest rating and review here!
This week on the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, I speak with poet, underwater photographer, dancer, two-time TEDx Speaker, AND relationship coach, Marie Elizabeth. While that intro might make you think I spoke with a group of interesting people, it's just one dynamic, powerhouse of a woman….Marie-Elizabeth Mali. Drawing on her Master's Degree in Chinese Medicine, Marie-Elizabeth teaches people how to show up as authentic leaders in their relationships instead of twisting themselves to fit in. Her work is featured in Thrive Global, SWAAY, and Forbes. Marie-Elizabeth was introduced to me by a Wise Money client who just knew we would hit it off. She was right! From the first time we met, it was obvious we would be fast friends. Though married to “the perfect guy” and leading “the perfect life,” Marie-Elizabeth felt like she was dying inside. Thinking the dissatisfaction in the marriage was his fault, she made the tough choice and divorced. Feeling alone and deeply depressed post divorce, she chose to study the art and science of relationships. This work forced her to look within to discover that she was the cause of her relationship dissatisfaction. So that she could create the self and the partnership she wanted, she dedicated herself to the study of romantic relationships for three years. Marie-Elizabeth learned the elements that must be combined to create a healthy, fulfilling relationship. She calls this: Relationship Alchemy. In this episode, Marie-Elizabeth shares her story of discovery and the method she uses to help people transform their relationships into a loving and harmonious partnership. Anyone who has ever felt “there should be more to this relationship,” or who simply wants to learn to build more intimate and meaningful relationships will want to listen in! Marie-Elizabeth's Contacts Get to Know Marie-Elizabeth: https://www.relationshipalchemy.com/love-catalyst/ Relationship Alchemy Assessment for Singles: https://relationshipalchemysinglesassessment.com/0 Relationship Alchemy Assessment for Couples: https://relationshipalchemyassessment.com/0 Private Coaching for Women: https://www.relationshipalchemy.com/coaching/
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit wisdomofcrowds.liveAre big ideas still possible? Are there any “new” ideas left—and what makes an idea new in the first place? If we need new ideas to shake ourselves out of decadence, we should be careful what we wish for. Wokeness is one such “comprehensive framework.” Others might prove similarly frightening.This week, Shadi is joined by New York Times columnist and author of The Decadent Society and the political philosopher . Recently, Sam wrote an essay “Thinking is Risky”, which was cited in Ross's newsletter, calling on academics to be more intellectually courageous. Sam's call to action relates to a recurring theme in Ross's work — namely that society faces “decadent” stagnation (or worse, decay) on a number of fronts. To transcend modern mediocrity, the three discuss a path to renewal, but as Shadi argues, the risks of doing so are real.In the full episode (for paying subscribers only), the three discuss the extent a break from decadence can be achieved through religion. After all, if what makes an idea “big” is that it offers up a metaphysical/cosmic account of the universe, then cultural renewal may require religion. Anything less would be limiting and finite. Ross makes the case that religious belief is “obviously appropriate”, predicting that elites will eventually recognize its value. But is it enough for people to instrumentally appreciate the importance of religion, or must they believe themselves? Video of this podcast will be available later this week.Required Reading:* The Decadent Society, by Ross Douthat (Amazon).* “Thinking Is Risky,” by Samuel Kimbriel (Wisdom of Crowds).* “Why Journalists Have More Freedom Than Professors,” by Ross Douthat (New York Times).* Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life, by William Deresiewicz (Amazon).* “At least it's an ethos” from The Great Lebowski.* “Nude” lyrics, by Radiohead.Wisdom of Crowds is a platform challenging premises and understanding first principles on politics and culture. Join us!
ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Guest: Gary Guseinov, CEO at RealDefense and iolo [@iolo_tech]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyguseinov/_____________________________Host: Marco Ciappelli, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining Society PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/marco-ciappelli_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBlackCloak
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #WaltDisney: #FL: Why does Big Business turn away from old-fashioned Bottom Line Thinking? Daniel Henninger, WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-right-targets-corporations-ceo-esg-dei-virtue-signaling-woke-congress-judiciary-committee-desantis-youngkin-jim-jordan-feb7665f
Mavs Moneyball: for Dallas Mavericks fans
The Draft Lottery's come and gone and we've sat on the fact that Dallas is staying at 10 for a bit. What should they do with the pick? We talk about that, draft prospects, Jaden Hardy development, Kyrie Irving contract, and more! Its a long, fun show. Click here to Subscribe to the Youtube channel and look for postings in advance of the LIVE shows. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
M-A-N-I-F-E-S-T-A-T-I-O-N……… it's become such a cliche buzzword. What does it actually mean? Is it something that us mere mortals can accomplish without the use of crystals and unicorns? The answer is yes!!! You do it every day unconsciously, including the things you say you don't want to experience. In this episode, Heath and Alexis talk about the subject of manifestation and how it's more than just a new-age concept. It goes all the way down to the basic building blocks of our reality- vibration and frequency. And how alignment along with the right tools (perception, self awareness, belief) help speed up the process. GET YOUR COPY OF "ONESNESS: TODAY: www.onenesswebsite.com Oneness Store- NEW COPY Oneness Store- "NEW NEARLY PERFECT" COPY CHECK US OUT Check out LTL new YouTube Channel for full-length episodes and interviews, and follow our social media accounts: livethislife.org YOUTUBE FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM TIKTOK LIFE FULFILLMENT, PURPOSE AND AUTHENTICITY CONSULTING Book a time to chat through the Calendly page (Calendly.com/livethislife): Want to talk about getting on an episode? BOOK EPISODE CONCEPT CALL (Free 30 Minute Zoom Call) Thinking about getting a life fulfillment coaching session? SEE IF LIFE FULLFILLMENT COACHING IS FOR YOU (Free 15 Minute Zoom Call) TELL US WHAT THE SHOW HAS DONE FOR YOUR LIFE: We want to hear from YOU about what the show has meant for your life. Record a quick video with your comments, questions, or subjects you want to see on the show. We will publish the video in upcoming episodes (must tell us in the video that you DO or DO NOT want it on the air) https://anchor.fm/livethislife/message Or email firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/livethislife/support
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Thinking, Fast And SlowThinking, Fast And Slow Full Book Introduction The human brain is equipped with two thinking systems, System 1 that is good at thinking fast, and System 2 that is good at thinking slow. System 1, the fast thinker, relies on intuition when it makes a judgment. While it is fast and efficient, it is inept at statistical reasoning and is susceptible to many systematic biases. On the other hand, System 2, the slow thinker that oversees rational thinking, is lazy and often takes System 1's intuition for granted. More often than not, we are irrational when we make judgments and decisions, and we are definitely not what the author calls “Econs.” Author : Daniel KahnemanDaniel Kahneman is a psychologist and a pioneer in behavioral economics. He was awarded the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for bringing psychology and economics together to better understand how humans make decisions under uncertainty. His research has covered social psychology, cognitive science, and behavioral economics. Documenting his pioneering findings in these fields, the 2011 book Thinking, Fast and Slow is an ensemble of Kahneman's finest works. Overview | Chapter 1Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today we will unlock the book Thinking, Fast and Slow, a milestone in the field of behavioral economics. Daniel Kahneman, the renowned psychologist and author of the book, has combined psychology and economics to examine how humans make judgments and decisions under uncertainty. His trailblazing work won him the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. By collaborating with his colleague Amos Tversky, Kahneman paved the way for a new field of study, Behavioral Economics. Their research broke down the barriers between social psychology, cognitive science, and economics, providing us with a better understanding of the mechanisms of the human brain in judgment and decision making. Psychologists Keith Stanovich and Richard West were the first to propose that the human brain runs two cognitive processes, fast thinking and slow thinking, which they named System 1 and System 2. These terms were adopted by Kahneman in this book. System 1 and System 2 are not two physical parts in the human brain but a virtual concept that showcases how thinking works. System 1 is a subconscious, fast-thinking system that relies on intuition, whereas System 2 is a conscious, slow-thinking system that takes voluntary effort to control. System 1 is in charge of the day-to-day tasks that we are familiar with, such as braking or turning according to signals when we drive. On the other hand, System 2 takes over the tasks or problems that System 1 finds alien or fails to solve, such as doing the mental arithmetic of 17 times 38. Although the human brain has two thinking systems at its disposal, System 2 is, in fact, very lazy. It would not set to work unless the situation compels it to, such as when faced with a problem that System 1 cannot solve. As a result, most of the judgments and decisions that we make for our lives and career are predominantly System 1's works. System 2 is at best its assistant. In most circumstances, the work distribution between System 1 and System 2 is highly efficient. However, System 1 has many flaws and is prone to systematic errors, which is what Kahneman chose to focus on in this book. He mainly discusses the cognitive attributes and weaknesses of System 1. By understanding System 1's flaws, we can consciously avoid many cognitive fallacies and become better decision-makers. Next, we will summarize the book in three parts by focusing on the traits and flaws of...
Go beyond conventional podcasting methods by learning how to turn your effort and time into tangible results and overcome your fears to deliver impactful content that resonates with your listeners. Captivate your audience and stand out by tuning in today! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Smart strategies for choosing the perfect guest for your podcast The power of being straightforward and honest as a host Why you should communicate what works best for you RESOURCE/LINK MENTIONED Agents Building Cashflow | Apple CONNECT WITH US If you are interested in getting on our show, email us at email@example.com. Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Click here and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! Upgrading your podcast equipment or maybe getting your first microphone? Get Your Free Equipment Guide! We also have free courses for you on everything you need to know about starting a great podcast! Check out our first six episodes through the links below! Identify Your Avatar - Free Course 1/6 What To Do BEFORE You Launch Your Podcast - Free Course 2/6 How To Launch A TOP Show - Free Course 3/6 Best Marketing And Growth Strategies - Free Course 4/6 How To Monetize Your Podcast - Free Course 5/6 Top 22 Pitfalls On Starting Your Own Podcast - Free Course 6/6 If you want to make money from your podcasts, check out this FREE resource we made. Our clients use a sponsor sheet, and now they are making between $2,000 to $5,000 from sponsorship! Subscribe so you don't miss out on great content and if you love the show, leave an honest rating and review here!
To say the #TakeBackTexas has been hard at work is an understatement. The coaching staff is back on the road and making quick work of highly touted recruits. But now the Quarterback situation is a little bit more uncertain. Are you not entertained? What more can you ask for and who might be hitting the road when the 'Cats come back to town for fall camp?
On this 8th episode of "Thinking the Unthinkable" we are asking “is ‘open source' a liability? This was prompted by a 2021 incident. A zero-day attack called Log4Shell that affected major players like Microsoft and Cloudflare. It's a chat about risk assessment really. Lots of levels with WordPress' LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, PHP and MySQL). It seems quite remarkable that WordPress has worked so well for 20 years. So how do we 'sell' free, open source solutions to our clients, when most of them are from a world in which you need to pay for all-the-things?
The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach
On today's episode of the Breast Cancer Recovery Coach Podcast we're diving deep into a topic that resonates with all of us: the concept of fairness in life. It's a universal truth that life isn't always fair, but sometimes we struggle to accept this reality, which can lead to self-sabotage. So why do we resist accepting this universal truth? To embrace the truth that life isn't fair and make conscious decisions, we need to explore our underlying thoughts and beliefs. Why do we feel entitled to certain things? Why do we think we shouldn't have to put in extra effort? By understanding these thoughts, we gain insight into our boundaries and take ownership of our choices. It's important to remember that we are the ones making the decisions. Acknowledging our agency empowers us to create the life we desire. When we accept that life isn't fair and take control of our choices, we can align our actions with our goals. Life may not always be fair, but we have the power to shape our experiences and treat ourselves with kindness and respect. Listen now and find out how. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
Oh Crap I Love My Toddler... But Holy F*ck
Postpartum is the most fragile and vulnerable stage of motherhood and we're routinely not supported. Thinking you might hurt your baby is one of the biggest hallmarks. Let's also talk about “going to your room” and what might be going wrong. Jamie's Homepage - www.jamieglowacki.com Oh Crap! Potty Training – https://www.amazon.com/Crap-Potty-Training-Everything-Parenting-ebook/dp/B00V3L8YSU Oh Crap! I Have A Toddler - https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Oh-Crap!-I-Have-a-Toddler/Jamie-Glowacki/Oh-Crap-Parenting/9781982109738 Jamie's Patreon Page: www.patreon.com/join/jamieglowacki? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom
Resilience is a word that we don't often think about before encountering tragedy. When we see people face difficult trials and then go on to triumph, people call them resilient, but what is resilience? How would we define resilience? As I was preparing for this podcast, I thought that I should probably look up a true definition so I did just that. Merriam-Webster discusses the word resilience in this way: 'In physics, resilience is the ability of an elastic material to absorb energy (such as from a blow) and release that energy as it springs back to its original shape. The recovery that occurs in this phenomenon can be viewed as analogous to a person's ability to bounce back after a jarring setback. Wow! That definition really blew me away. I love the visual of absorbing energy as if from a blow because that is exactly what it feels like when our child dies. It is a tremendous blow that knocks us off our feet. We fear that we will never be able to get up again. We might not be able to go on living. When we go through child loss, it feels like we receive blow after blow, again and again. That is where our resilience comes in. Even though we don't think we will be able to go on, somehow, we do. Somehow, we get out of bed. Somehow, life continues. We are not the same by any means, but we survive as we attempt to go back to something close to our original shape. Today, Gwen and I discuss five key areas that impact our resilience and ability to continue living after tragedy. Thinking about these different points can help as we attempt to move forward through the pain of child loss. Our resilience can assist us so that we to not simply crumple up into a ball and whither away as a result of this great blow, but that we instead retain some of our shape and release positive energy back to those around us.
Life Coaching for Women Physicians
Body composition changes are easier for some people to make than others. However, that doesn't mean that they're impossible for everyone else. In this episode, I'm discussing the barriers to success when we're trying to make a body composition change, including mental, emotional, and physical barriers. Things like our mindset, perception of time, a tendency towards emotional eating, and the blindspots in our nutrition audits. Barriers to Successful Body Composition Change Mindset Perception of Time The Scale Thought Distortions Emotional Eating Blindspots in your Nutrition Audit Inconsistent Weekends Barriers to Body Composition Changes When it comes to making body composition changes, we need to look at what's going on inside your body, not just what's getting reflected on the scale. In fact, the scale does not give an accurate look at body composition changes at all. We need to look at your lean mass to body fat ratio, waist circumference, and measurement changes to accurately see any body composition changes. Not thinking you have enough time to make a change is one of the barriers to body composition change. You can start positively changing your body composition in as little as ten minutes a day. It's all about making consistent changes that you can keep long-term. Emotional and Physical Barriers Thought distortions and should statements are another barrier to body composition changes. Thinking you should be following this diet, or eating in that way, or that you should have lost more weight by now is detrimental to making the changes you want. Emotional eating, or eating when you're not actually hungry, is another barrier, especially if you're eating over and above your total daily energy expenditure. Not taking account of your dietary blindspots during a nutrition audit can also be a barrier to body composition changes. I find that most people overeat dietary fat, eat too little protein, eat too much-added sugar, and eat too little fiber to make successful changes to their body composition. What are the most common emotions daily that you experience? What do you do when you have those feelings? What actions do you take? Let me know in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode What to look for in body composition [3:30] Why you need to identify your own limiting beliefs to body composition change [6:00] How ten minutes a day can make a difference to your body composition [10:00] The importance of being consistent with your body composition changes [12:00] Why the scale is not a successful measurement tool [13:45] The problem with thought distortions [15:30] Why you need to celebrate the positive things that happen to you [16:30] What emotional eating is [18:00] The dietary blindspots overlooked in a nutrition audit [25:00] How to make your weekends more consistent with your weekdays [29:30] Quotes “We have to start throwing away a lot of the old rules. The old rule that you need to do all this additional stuff to actually get a result. The rules that you can't eat certain things, and you have to follow a specific strength and cardio regime. We need to start going back to basics. We need to approach it as ‘work smarter, not harder.' We need to realize that every minute does matter.” [10:34] “We are creating our existence, our reality. We are making this happen. And we need to celebrate this.” [17:08] “If you are using emotional eating as a coping mechanism and eating beyond your total daily energy expenditure, then you are not going to have a positive body composition result. Not to mention that if you are having a lot of these negative emotions, you're probably going to have a higher stress response and more circulating cortisol.” [20:58] “Optimal body composition, even as we age, is available. There are simple tools to help you get there, and one of the most important things you can start thinking about is the physical, mental, and emotional barriers to success.” [30:51] “We can have tons of barriers and make these big stories about how it's so much harder for us, but at the end of the day, all we have to do is gain awareness for who we are authentically and uniquely. Then we put into place mental, emotional, and physical strategies to help you achieve what it is you are looking for.” [32:58] Resources Mentioned Learn About the Fit Dad Collective Join Transform Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 159: The Impact of Protein on Body Composition Episode 158: Transform Together with Dr. Mark Novitsky Episode 157: Fitness Talk with Dr. Alex Stewart
Thinking on Your Life: The Importance of Planning Your Future In this episode of the School of Self-Image podcast, host Tonya Leigh talks about the importance of setting aside time to think about your life. She emphasizes that planning your life on purpose is necessary in order to bear the fruits of a well-planned life. Tonya encourages listeners to take time to think about their life direction and make plans to change it if necessary. She reflects on the impact of COVID on the world's pace and how it forced people to slow down and be with their own thoughts, which can be scary at times. The episode ends with an invitation for listeners to take time to reflect on their life and make it a priority. [00:02:05] Time to think during COVID. [00:07:11] Deep thinking for a better life. [00:11:00] Creativity and fulfillment. [00:14:01] Creating thinking time. Useful Resources: Join Now! https://schoolofselfimage.com/join FREE Download: https://schoolofselfimage.com/self-image-manifesto/ Give yourself the Royal Treatment! Enroll now here: http://schoolofselfimage.com/royal/ Connect with Self-Image Coach Tonya Leigh: Website: https://schoolofselfimage.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonyaleigh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TonyaLeighOfficial TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetonyaleigh YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TonyaLeighOfficial
We've all been there..... right? You work your ass off.... go after that BIG goal just to miss it and fall short... then your emotions get the best of you and spiral into a pit of self sabotage... we ain't doin' that anymore no ma'am! we're gonna start thinking LOGICALLY with these two tips-----Want more content to keep you not only inspired but entertained? Follow me around the web!Instagram @allygriffethtiktok @allygriffethHave questions you want answered on the POD?email them: BeThatBPod@gmail.com& don't forget if you love my pod book reviews you'll love the Be That Bitch Book Club so join us over there herepatreon.com/bethatbitch
Do you have the blueprints to build a new model of yourself? One of my favorite quotes is by Buckminster Fuller, who said, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” Thinking along the same lines as Fuller, I realized years ago that with so much that happens on our journey from birth to adulthood, unless we build a new model of ourselves and then move into that new model, we will be fighting the existing reality and model of our earlier life and selves forever, and trying to “fix” the dysfunctional, rather than create anew. If changing the outcomes in your life was as easy as learning some new skills or moving to a new place to start over again, then everyone who does it that way would be happy with their new outcomes. It doesn't work that way. Wherever you go, there you are. You are taking the existing model of who you have become up to now and attempting to shove new tools into that existing, dysfunctional model of you, and there is no room for this to happen. You are a closed system that has what it has and functions as it does within that closed system. You have to be willing to build a new model of yourself, for who you need to be or want to be, take the best from your existing model and move it over into your new model, and then release the rest of that original model because it is obsolete. My phrase for that release is borrowed from Star Trek and is “beam me up Scottie.” Since energy never dies, I don't want to leave anything from the previous model of me, that is now obsolete, for me to slide back into at some point in time. I am clear that model is obsolete and I have built a new healthy model and I want to live from the place of that new model, not the old, dysfunctional one. This means we have to be able to let go of the old and embrace the new, and many have difficulty letting go of anything; especially the previous, outdated and dysfunction model of who they have been. In this episode, I talk about: Building a blueprint for a new model of yourself Why change is not just as easy as learning new skills Common barriers to transformation And more! Developing your Executive Function Skills and shifting your limiting beliefs is the fastest and most effective way to overcome ADHD limitations, find focus, gain confidence, and a newfound freedom in your life! My mission is to put an end to the worldwide needless suffering of adults with ADHD and those with under-developed Executive Function Skills - whether from ADHD, chronic depression or anxiety, trauma, addictions, or chronic illnesses. And, you don't need a formal diagnosis to know you need help developing these executive function skills in order to greatly reduce your suffering. Episode Resources: Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals + Essentials (GSD-FE) Program Information: (previously known as the ADDventures In Achievement [AIA-FS] program) https://www.drbarbaracohen.com/gsdprogram Grant assistance page for help with funding for GSD-FE program: https://www.drbarbaracohen.com/financial-assistance Book your complimentary discovery call with Dr B to get your questions answered, and determine together if GSD-FE is right for you or not: https://calendly.com/d/ywy-j5t-4jk The Transformation Club (TTC) – if time or money commitments have been holding you back - the affordable membership program for Executive Function skills development: https://www.drbarbaracohen.com/ttcprogram Free PDF - 13 Signs Weak Executive Functioning Is Holding You Back:https://www.drbarbaracohen.com/Executive-Function Book your complimentary discovery call to get your questions answered and determine if TTC is right for you or not: https://calendly.com/amygellerux/ttcdiscoverycall Follow me on Dr B Facebook Page and enjoy live videos and more Follow me on Instagram and enjoy relevant resources To Help The Show:Subscribe at your favorite listening spot and my podcast player has social media links (icons) in the episode player so you can share episodes you love with others! Please rate the show and leave a thoughtful review on iTunes so I know you're benefiting from the episodes. The greater the number of reviews, the higher the ranking, and the easier it will be for others to find the show; people who also need this information. Let's put an end to the worldwide needless suffering together! We can do this!
The Poco a Poco Podcast with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
Loneliness is a common experience that we all share. Whether you're in crowds of people or constantly with other people who are not peers. Maybe you're in a marriage surrounded by kids all day, or you could be in isolation and feel you have not been chosen by people. Either way, at times we can experience loneliness at some point. Instead of trying to escape it or fill that void with other things, what exactly do we need to do with that loneliness? This is what we are going to unpack and attempt to answer in this episode. The Poco a Poco podcast happens because of many generous donors, including recurring monthly donations of any amount. Thinking about helping out? You can give at https://spiritjuice.org/supportpoco. Thank you!
“On Banjo” In sunny a San Diego high school somewhere in the 70s, while kids were listening to Aerosmith and Van Halen and Boston, Alison Brown was listening to bluegrass. She had started on guitar but gravitated to the banjo and by her teens, she was already pretty proficient on the instrument. She won first place at the Canadian National Banjo Championship, played a gig at the Grand Ole Opry and toured one summer with fiddler Stuart Duncan. After high school She headed to Harvard, knocked out an MBA at UCLA and then went to work as an Investment Banker. You know—the typical bluegrass story you hear all the time. Thinking music was a weekend thing, Brown had a nice balance going but then music decided to tip the scales. Alison Krauss flashed the bat signal for a banjo player and Brown answered the call, and gave up her Wall Street environs for a life in music. And what a life it has been. An internationally recognized virtuoso on banjo, Brown has played with Alison Krauss, Michelle Shocked, fronted her own Alison Brown Quartet, toured all over the world, from Japan to South America, along the way playing The Kennedy Center, the Newport Folk Festival, The Cambridge Folk Festival in England and the Galway Arts Festival in Ireland. With a Grammy in her trophy case along with multiple Grammy nominations, features on CBS Sunday Morning, NPRs All Things Considered and close to 15 critically lauded albums under her belt, including her fabulous new one No Banjo, Alison Brown is an artistic force. And what of On Banjo? Well, putting it simply, it's a stunner. A deftly played album filled with technical prowess, musical finesse and compositional dexterity, On Banjo is a song cycle that's celebratory, joyful and cathartic. Brown is the co-founder of Compass Records Group, she serves on the Board of the Nashville Chapter of the Recording Academy and she's the co-chair of the Steve Martin Banjo Prize. She's kind of a big deal and guess what? She's as nice as can be. www.alisonbrown.com www.bombshellradio.com www.stereoembersmagazine.com www.embersarts.com www.alexgreenonline.com Twitter: @emberseditor IG: @emberspodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you tired of going out to eat and feeling like you've undone all of your hard work towards a healthier lifestyle? Studies have shown that we consume an extra 250-500 calories when eating out...Yikes! With summer around the corner--travel plans and eating out with friends, it's more important than ever to develop a healthy restaurant mindset. That's why in this episode of Thin Thinking, we've got you covered. From pre-soup to post-nuts and everything in between, we'll guide you through strategies to help you stay on track while dining out. With a little thin thinking sprinkled in for flavor, you can enjoy your meal without sabotaging your health goals. As someone who has traveled and worked in the service industry, I know that dining customs vary all over the world. But regardless of where you are, our tips and tricks will help you make healthier choices no matter what the menu looks like. So whether you're heading out for a quick bite or a fancy dinner, grab your menu and tune in to this episode of Thin Thinking. Your waistline will thank you! Subscribe to our mailing list and get a FREE 15-minute hypnosis session that will help you Shift Out of Your Sugar Cravings In This Episode, You'll Also Learn… Three solid strategies for eating out. Strategies on how you can still enjoy a night out without over drinking alcohol. A quick little version exervice for you. Links Mentioned in the Episode: Join my FREE Masterclass: "How to Stop the "Start Over Tomorrow" Weight Struggle Cycle and Begin Releasing Weight for Good." Sign up for the FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOAD : Shift Out of Sugar Cravings My book, From Fat to Thin Thinking: Unlock Your Mind for Permanent Weight Loss (Includes a 30-day hypnosis process.) What would you love to hear about on the podcast? Click here and let me know Subscribe to the email list so that you never miss an episode! Get more thin thinking tools and strategies
Franchise Findings | Buying a Franchise Made Simple
Is this 500+ Restaurant brand going bankrupt? In this episode, we'll be discussing Checkers Drive-In Restaurants Inc.'s ongoing efforts to refinance its debt. The company, which operates and franchises over 800 drive-in restaurants, has been working with investment banking firm Miller Buckfire & Co. to address its debt, which was set to come due on April 24 of this year. Whether you're interested in the food and beverage industry or simply curious about the ups and downs of business, this episode is sure to offer some valuable insights and thought-provoking analysis. Tired of your job? Thinking of starting or buying a business? Take our Biz Quiz to filter through over 10,000 business opportunities today! https://www.vettedbiz.com/quiz-test/ Need help finding the right franchise? Click here: https://www.vettedbiz.com/franchise-search/ 00:00 Introduction 00:14 Checkers & Rally's 01:11 Lenders grant Checkers extension for debt refinancing 02:35 Is This 500+ Restaurant Brand Going To Bankrupt? 03:40 Conclusion #IsThisRestaurantChainGoingBankrupt #CheckersFranchise #FranchiseFindings If you are looking for more information, you can connect with us through our networks: https://www.vettedbiz.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/vettedbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/vettedbiz https://www.tiktok.com/@businessandfranchiseinus
A couple of years ago, Julia embarked on a solo hike along England's 630-mile South West Coast Path. Since then, she has cycled King Alfred's Way, a 217-mile mainly off-road cycle route in southern England, and walked the Camino Frances and Camino Portuguese! But Julia's adventures don't stop there. In between her travels, she's been busy writing about her experiences, hoping to inspire others to embrace their own bucket lists. During this process, she's discovered a love for hiking and is also writing walking guidebooks to encourage others to get outdoors and explore. Julia's story is a testament to the power of setting goals, pursuing your passions, and living life to the fullest. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. To support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Julia Deciding to live her bucket list Living in South Wales by the sea Growing up in Surrey Her early years growing up Sticking to indoor sports Getting into the outdoors in her 50s Discovering a love of hiking Book: 500 mile Walkies - Mark Wallington Having a health scare in her 50s Wanting to get out there and do all the things she wanted to do Figuring out a new career Wanting to become an adventurer The South West Coastal Path (SWCP) Planning and preparation for the SWCP Getting fitted for a new backpack and upgrading her camping gear Thinking about the things that could go wrong Wild camping for the first time by herself The start of the walk and feeling terrified Thinking time while walking Book: Live Your Bucket List: Simple Steps to Ignite Your Dreams, Face Your Fears and Lead an Extraordinary Life, Starting Today Feeling safe while travelling Money - paying for and budgeting for adventures Deciding to walk the Camino Walking with an open mind Reflecting back on the walk and writing a book about it Becoming a writer and learning how to self publish Book: 15 Short Walks on the Malvern Hills Book: Top 10 Walks: Coastal Pub Walks – South Wales Coast Meeting on the Wales Coast Path - Vlog 42 The environment and sustainability Dealing with carbon guilt How to connect with Julia Final words of advice Social Media Website www.juliags.com Instagram @juliagsauthorspeaker Facebook @juliagsauthor Youtube @JuliaGSAuthorSpeaker Listen free of charge to the first three chapters of Live Your Bucket List: www.juliags.com/liveyourbucketlist Free Pilgrimage Planner pdf: www.juliags.com/camino Julia's books: www.juliags.com/writing 15 short walks on the Malvern Hills: www.cicerone.co.uk/short-walks-on-the-malvern-hills-first
Today's conversation was recorded during last week's Sohn Conference. I sat down with Karen Karniol-Tambour, Co-CIO at Bridgewater Associates. I hosted Karen on this show two years ago and if you listened to that, you'll remember she has a rare skill for distilling and analysing complex macro topics. Today's environment is strikingly different to the summer of 2021 so this is a timely conversation on the big macro variables that are on investors' minds today. Please enjoy my conversation with Karen Karniol-Tambour. Sohn 2023 | Kiril Sokoloff in conversation with Stanley Druckenmiller Sohn 2023 | Patrick Collison in conversation Sam Altman Listen to Founders Podcast Founders Episode 136 - Estee Lauder Founders Episode 288 - Ralph Lauren For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus, the modern research platform for leading investors. Stretch your research budget with flexible expert calls you can trust. At a fraction of the cost of traditional expert networks, Tegus customers pay only what an expert charges – with zero markups and no confusing call credits – netting an average 70% savings. Don't want to conduct a full hour call? Tegus offers the ability to schedule 30-minutes, an offer you won't find anywhere else. And they don't stop there. With white-glove custom sourcing for every project and robust compliance measures, including a dedicated 50+ analyst team that vets every call transcript, Tegus ensures your privacy and protection. As the industry innovator for qualitative insights, Tegus helps you find the right experts you need at a quality and speed that can't be matched. For a limited time, as a listener, you can trial Tegus for free by visiting tegus.co/patrick. ----- Invest Like the Best is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Invest Like the Best, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Past guests include Tobi Lutke, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger, John Collison, Kat Cole, Marc Andreessen, Matthew Ball, Bill Gurley, Anu Hariharan, Ben Thompson, and many more. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes (00:03:05) - (First question) - Her take on AI and watching this new technology unfold (00:06:39) - Things she's watching in the AI space that might lead to taking portfolio action (00:09:19) - Potentially using AI to inform or make investment decisions (00:10:17) - Why might it be the case that no one can use AI for investing in macro markets (00:11:14) - What she'd write about regarding the general state of capital markets today (00:13:46) - What pricing is telling us about market sentiment writ large (00:15:47) - Thinking about portfolio positioning in light of the unattractive state of risk assets (00:17:17) - Her perspectives on gold historically and today (00:20:09) - Big long-term slow-moving macro variables that aren't quite visible yet (00:22:09) - The all-weather portfolio and building one in light of so much uncertainty (00:24:38) - The rise of China, its growing power, and potential conflicts with the US (00:28:01) - Monitoring for things like the banking crisis beneath the public narrative (00:31:13) - Non-obvious variables that currently have her attention (00:33:29) - “Overrated or underrated” rapid-fire questions (00:36:04) - What it's been like being the CIO of Bridgewater so far
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The I Don't Believe in Astrology Podcast
How to learn through your suffering is a concept brought to us all through our karma. Two things that seem to universally evoke feelings of uneasiness are our inner worlds and the future. What lies beneath the depths of our personalities and our behavioral patterns- the unknowns of our lineage and the roots of our imprints- and our karma is not to be feared, but revered. We are all beings of light, divinity embodied, with the ability to transcend the now into a brighter, sustainable, and spiritually evolved future. That is the message of our guest, Rita Hraiz, whose mission and purpose is to embody and evoke the essence of our spiritual evolution. Rita supports people through grief and trauma, helping other to shamanically call back the places they have abandoned themselves, to heal addictions, to glimpse and then anchor wholeness in order to experience the great liberation that comes from finally being able to find a way off the emotional treadmill that keeps us locked on the wheel of illusion. Rita and Debra have a friendship that has spanned decades; they share their remembrances of times past together and in the name of vulnerability they share some deeply personal and human experiences that have brought them to points of their spiritual awakening. As Rita voices through her Mercury in Aquarius and Gemini Rising, pain and suffering is here to pray into it, to bring about the light within us and around us. This is a deeply transformational conversation, weaving through notions of our karma, past life remembrance, death, and navigating the noise factory that is our psyche to find stillness and our path towards greater purpose. Tune in as Rita and Debra have a very 8th House conversation with the thorough and exquisite excellence that Capricorn Rita embodies- you'll walk away lighter and enlightened. Key Highlights From The Episode How to learn and pray through your suffering The transition of our humanity into “The Light Age” and the prophecies that support it The importance of balance in our lives and the ways the Universe nudges us for greater balance How Christ energy and the teachings of Buddhism have influenced Rita Rita's Astrology and transformational Saturn Return story Timestamps [01:52] Introduction of Rita Hraiz with background on her connection to Debra through the decades [04:20] Debra's thoughts on destiny friendships and the connection she and Rita share [05:24] The acknowledgment and invitation of spirit and the sacred [06:26] Debra's prayer for openness [06:50] Sharing Rita's Astrological chart [08:04] Rita's entrance into life having function and purpose [09:45] Rita stepping into the aspect of dharma and the pull between her 4th and 10th Houses in Astrology [10:57] Rita's work and life mission [12:27] Rita's Capricorn excellence and how Debra has seen Rita's growth over the years [13:01] Debra and Rita's reflections on lineage and rituals [14:43] Cutting through the delusions of this world [16:49] Jumping into this lifetime as The Fool (Tarot card) [17:40] The history of Tibet and the Tibetan people [18:21] We are emanations in a dream spell [19:25] The colored chakra featured on Rita's wall and the message it transmits [20:40] The place beyond this place that exists in peace [20:57] Debra's conversation with her son about the reality of our doom and gloom [21:24] Rita speaks on embracing the suffering and its connection to telepathy [22:06] The most unhealthy thing we can do in this lifetime [22:51] Why Debra lives in Hawaii [23:13] Are you soulful? Here are some clues [23:34] The transition of our humanity and the prophecies that support it [24:34] The opportunity COVID presented to all of us [26:40] The importance of trust in this transition [28:23] What we are being prepared for [31:26] Debra's reflections on the ego and soul and Astrology as the evidence [31:26] Debra's reflections on the ego [32:47] The main takeaway from this podcast [33:33] Thinking back to spiritual experiences 2,000 years ago to now and the next 2,000 years [34:47] Can we invoke our greater light to be the guide? [37:05] Rita's Saturn Return story [44:26] Rita's prayer for people [46:40] A note on mastery and studying Astrology [47:39] Bodhisattva vow [50:09] Praying into the suffering [51:52] Debra shares about her recent dream of being a rebellious kid [53:23] The truth of our mission of being here right now [54:34] What Rita would not want to be without in this life [56:10] Someone in history that Rita would love to have a heart-to-heart with [57:58] “Who else am I madly in love with that I haven't met yet?” [58:56] What Rita sees for the future [1:00:14] Debra and Rita share thoughts on the climate crisis and our collective healing [1:02:29] Rita's closing prayer [1:03:53] Debra's closing remarks and sharing in gratitude with Rita
Catastrophizing is a sure way to turn off potential dates, push away people that care about you, and basically make you miserable and alone. Listen in if you find yourself catastrophic thinking. Did you want to learn more about working with me? Fill out a quick form and let's get on a call for a Divorce Breakthrough session! We will find out if my program THRIVING THROUGH DIVORCE is a fit for you.
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The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – I was listening to a comedian the other day. She was talking to a group of millennials and pointed out that she could take out the entire generation with a jar of peanuts. After I stopped laughing, I started thinking, that doesn't seem to be as outrageous as you might think. Thinking back, very few children seemed to have peanut allergies...
Yes, this podcast idea came to me while I was on my spin bike… You see, I was on my bike, thinking about everything BUT being on my bike. I've... The post #287: What I was thinking about on my spin bike when I shouldn't have been… appeared first on Get Lively®: Health & Fitness.
6 Figure Teacher with Tiffany Wallace
Hello Gorgeous!! In today's conversation I'm giving you all the inside scoop on what I have learned over the past 3.5 years of investing in and being a member of high-level Masterminds. If you've been thinking about joining a Mastermind and/or if you're a coach & you've been thinking about adding a Mastermind to your product suite - this episode is FOR you. I'm sharing my personal experiences, biggest lessons learned and how it all has propelled my business, my personal growth and my leadership skills in BIG ways. Enjoy! Xo, Tiffany ELEVATE - the Mastermind: For the Female Entrepreneur who is ready to reach her next level of impact, income & freedome with more ease, flow and success to build the business AND life beyond her wildest dreams. Learn More HERE: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/elevate-the-mastermind Learn More - Programs, Courses, Etc: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/available-offers The VAULT- All my FREEBIES for you in ONE place: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/offers/K7gJZkzc/checkout Ways to connect with Tiffany: > You can always reach out to me on IG: @tiffanygwallace or email email@example.com > Connect with us in our Well Integrated Woman FB Community - Business, Leadership & Personal Growth for Female Leaders → https://bit.ly/integrationsupportgroup Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanygwallace/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/supportwithtiffany LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffany-wallace-9123a2106/
If asked, I think nearly everyone would love to have their everyday life feel more like vacation. But the question is: How? What, exactly, is the difference between regular life and vacation life?I believe much of the difference lies in how you and I view things and approach all we need to accomplish. And because so much of it revolves around how we think and feel, I believe we can, with a small amount of thought-shift and some minor behavior modifications, learn how to make life more like vacation. Let's talk about it. “I especially like to feel connected with whoever else I might be on vacation with… not distracted, not sort of with a wandering mind. I wanna feel present.” – Dr. Sara DillWhat You'll LearnFeel of vacation lifePursuit of specific feelings9 ways to make everyday feel more like vacationContact Info and Recommended ResourcesSmall Group Coaching Program: Started Monday, May 8, 2023 but it's not too late to join. There are still a few open slots. The program lasts 3 months, with 2 sessions per month, plus you receive unlimited written or email coaching in between sessions.Don't delay in signing up: there is a maximum of 10 physicians in the group. I keep it very small to be more intimate and so everyone can get coached every week if they want to. Sessions are not recorded (for more privacy). Also, my Small Group Coaching Program has 6 CME AMA PRA Category 1 credits, which may make it easier to budget for or get reimbursed. For more information and to register: saradill.com/coaching.Podcast Episodes that pair well with this one:Write Yourself a Prescription for NatureCreating Ease (AKA How to feel less stressed out)Connect with Sara Dill, MD, The Doctor's CoachI'd love to work with you! Sign up for a FREE consult call so we can chat. Schedule on my calendar at: saradill.com/schedule. Thinking of dropping me a line? Please do! I read all my own emails and truly enjoy hearing from listeners. You can ask me a question, suggest a topic for the podcast, or just say hi: firstname.lastname@example.org.Website: saradill.comWork with me: saradill.com/coachingMy book: The Doctor Dilemma: How to Quit Being Miserable Without Quitting MedicineFacebookInstagram
The Creative Classroom with John Spencer
For the longest time, I was the project manager for 30 different projects. I would chart their progress and nag them about getting tasks done. Or I would set specific deadlines for the entire class. Over time, though, I realized that my students could learn... The post How to Leverage AI for Project Management appeared first on John Spencer.
Join us as Dino Cattaneo talks about how he launched his podcast with goals and authenticity while creating top-quality content that brings value to his guests and audience. If you're eager to drive positive results and hear his tips for a starter like you, don't waste time and press the play button! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR How to start your episodes effectively One question every podcaster should ask themselves A creative way to draw listeners during holidays 2-part advice for aspiring podcasters The ideal mindset to have when utilizing money RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED The Judi Fox Show Promote Yourself to CEO 066 Judi Fox - Building an Authentic Presence On LinkedIn Otter.ai SquadCast ABOUT DINO CATTANEO Dino Cattaneo is an entrepreneur, executive coach, digital marketer, and podcaster. His podcast Authentic Leadership for Everyday People explores the connection between leadership, authenticity, and performance by featuring leaders who have clearly articulated their own values and improved their performance by consistently making decisions in line with those values. Dino has worked across many industries, with a specialization in media, technology, and financial services. Some of his clients include Progressive, Morgan Stanley, Microsoft, Best Buy, General Motors, and McGraw-Hill Comcast. Dino has an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a Certified Professional Coactive Coach and an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation. CONNECT WITH DINO Website: Authentic Leadership for Everyday People Podcast: Authentic Leadership for Everyday People LinkedIn: Dino Cattaneo Instagram: @al4edp Twitter: @dgcattaneo CONNECT WITH US If you are interested in getting on our show, email us at email@example.com. Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Click here and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! Upgrading your podcast equipment or maybe getting your first microphone? Get Your Free Equipment Guide! We also have free courses for you on everything you need to know about starting a great podcast! Check out our first six episodes through the links below! Identify Your Avatar - Free Course 1/6 What To Do BEFORE You Launch Your Podcast - Free Course 2/6 How To Launch A TOP Show - Free Course 3/6 Best Marketing And Growth Strategies - Free Course 4/6 How To Monetize Your Podcast - Free Course 5/6 Top 22 Pitfalls On Starting Your Own Podcast - Free Course 6/6 If you want to make money from your podcasts, check out this FREE resource we made. Our clients use a sponsor sheet, and now they are making between $2,000 to $5,000 from sponsorship! Subscribe so you don't miss out on great content and if you love the show, leave an honest rating and review here!
Private Practice Success Stories
Thinking about starting an adults-focused private practice?In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with one of my Start Your Private Practice students, Lauren Schwabish, to talk about how she started her own private practice during the pandemic and is loving working with adults with brain injuries, aphasia, and executive functioning deficits. Lauren shares where she gets clients, where she sees clients, how she handles billing, and her plans to get more into consulting. Lauren Schwabish M.S., CCC-SLP is the owner of Neuro Speech Services, a private practice based in Northern Virginia, specializing in person-centered assessment and treatment of cognitive-communicative disorders related to stroke, brain injury, concussion, ADHD, and other neurologic and neurodegenerative conditions. Lauren received her Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a master's degree in communication sciences from Hunter College of the City University of New York. She is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. She has over 22 years of experience working in hospitals and acute rehabilitation centers and is passionate about providing meaningful and accessible health education about the brain to patients, families, and healthcare professionals. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:How Lauren got started in her career and why she decided to start a private practiceWhy Lauren loves being a private practice ownerHow the Start program taught her the business skills she needed to succeedThe importance of building up a referral networkThe freedom private practice gives you to do the work you're passionate aboutThe consulting work that Lauren is doing along with her private practice workLauren's plans for her business in the futureI hope you enjoyed this episode with Lauren! She took her decades of experience and is now fully in control of her life and her clinical practice by having her own private practice. She is an example of someone who wanted something and went for it and I hope you found her story as inspiring as I did. If you want to learn more about how we help SLPs and OTs start their own private practices, just like we helped Lauren, head over to https://independentclinician.com/learn-with-jena/..Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website www.independentclinician.com to learn more.Resources Mentioned: Visit Lauren's website: https://www.neurospeechservices.com/Follow Lauren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurospeechservices/Where We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/Connect on Facebook: