This week's podcast is an interview with me, Simona, which was previously recorded on the Set2Love Podcast. I had such an amazing time with these fab ladies that I just had to bring you this conversation over on my podcast as well! We talked a lot about soul purpose and how to tap into our authentic, true happiness. We chat about this, and: False happiness vs. authentic happiness Why genuine happiness cannot be found outside of yourself Why it's important to have people to lean on How to lean into the things that make you really excited in life Want to chat about launching or growing your podcast? Book a free 30 minute discovery call here: https://hello.dubsado.com:443/public/appointment-scheduler/612f984ed55be0651882e2b7/schedule Download my guide to help you launch your podcast in 8 weeks: http://simonacostantini.com/free-resources/ Apply to be a podcast guest: https://hello.dubsado.com:443/public/form/view/612fa02f2b04c36545878a6e Connect with me! On Instagram Happiness Happens Podcast on Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Twitter Website
It's a little diversion from the chakras, but one I think you'll find very interesting! Today I interview Psychic Medium Drew Cali and learn three ways to connect with our spirit guides. This is outside my realm of expertise, so we start with the basics - what are spirit guides? What is a psychic? What's the difference between a psychic and a medium? Then we explore ways to connect to these beings and why it might be helpful for us on our varying paths. If you've ever wondered who your spirit guides are, or how to hear their messages, or if you have spirit guides at all, Drew takes this potentially complicated topic and makes it simple and accessible to all of us! Learn more about Drew and his work on Instagram (@iamdrewcali) or visit him at www.drewcali.com. Each week, we'll continue to learn tools and ideas that we can use to move closer to our highest selves! You can connect with me on Facebook and Instagram, and if this show is helping you in your life, consider joining the Patreon page for bonus content (meditations, videos, etc.) and to support the mission of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sarah4544/message
You may have just put mums and pumpkins on your front porch, but here's a poorly-kept secret: it's *never* too early to start planning for the holidays. Emily's got three easy, doable things you can do to start prepping for special meals, gifts, and schedules so you can get some time (and sanity!) back when your calendar starts to fill up soon. Here's the thing: joy isn't found just in the spontaneous moments. It's also found in moments we planned for, because we made space in our lives for them. And when you've got time to enjoy a cup of cocoa with your family instead of frantically wrapping presents in your bedroom, you'll hive-five yourself for getting a holiday head start. Thanks to our episode sponsors! “JESUS LISTENS” BY SARAH YOUNG | Get your copy at Barnes & Noble (https://bit.ly/3CbdRd8) or at your favorite book retailer today! GEMMIST | Visit gemmist.com and enter code SIMPLIFIED at checkout for 20% off your personalized hair care subscription and free 2-day shipping. * * * GET EMILY'S LATEST BOOK! Growing Boldly: Dare to Build a Life You Love is available now! * * * SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube * * * LET'S BE FRIENDS! Simplified: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Emily Ley: Instagram | Facebook
Are you feeling like your business is finally getting off the ground and yet, you have no money in your bank account? In this solo episode, Dana shares three ways to start making more money starting TODAY. Interested in joining the AMPire Collective? Get on the waitlist HERE: Join our FREE community on the Geneva platform: AMPITUP Connect with Dana on IG HERE!
How do you inspire creativity when you're in a creative funk? What are the things you can do to get that spark back? In this episode, Krissy Chin flies solo as she examines three ways you can inspire creativity when creating content. Krissy discusses how writer's block can choke creativity and we hear several ways she gets around these roadblocks and gets back on track. Listen in and learn more content creation tips for your business with Krissy.
Leigh Montagna and Jay Clark update you on day 3 of the AFL Trade Period - as the Cats circle Tyson Stengle, the Dees add Luke Dunstan, a potential three-way and four-way deal, Jeremy Finlayson lands at Port, and Jay has his eye on Peter Ladhams and Aaron vandenBerg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This podcast interview focuses on product innovation that has the power to move us to where we are at the centre of our own digital life, and back in control over our own data. My guest is Julian Ranger, Executive Chairman and Founder of Digi.me.Julian is an aeronautical engineer specialising in interoperability and the military internet. He founded STASYS Ltd in 1987, and grew it to a staff of 230, with subsidiaries in the USA, Germany, Malaysia and Australia prior to sale to Lockheed Martin in 2005. He's an angel investor in more than 20 start-up businesses, including firms such as Hailo, DataSift, and Astrobotic.His passion for the power of personal data led him to build new businesses. Today he's the Exec Chairman and founder of digi.me, a company that's on a mission to enable the Internet of Me, enabling us to do amazing things with our personal data without compromising our privacy or security.And that inspired me, and hence I invited you Julian to my podcast. We explore how the internet has become a place where no one is in control anymore over their own data, but no one is in control over all data. And exactly the latter is the problem that stops us from having the level of personalization we really want, and the big breakthroughs we all need, like precision medicine. Fixing privacy, security and consent is not the way forward. That's about stopping the bad stuff from happening. What we need is a way to share more and better data - to make the good stuff happening (without the bad stuff)Here are some of his quotes:Rich data, now ask yourself, is there a company in the world that can do that? And people say, 'well, Google, and Facebook and Axiom', but if you take a circle of my data, they have a wedge. But they don't have my health, my purchases, or my media, my wearables, and stuff. In fact, because of all the stovepipes or silos, whichever analogy you like, it is impossible for any company to bring all that data together to get a rich data library view. So we are effectively stopped from our future at this point. And the laws are shrinking those wedges that people have, but nobody said, Well, how do I open up the whole circle to do it? Now when you look at it, no company can. But there is one entity in the whole system that knows all about you and me. Yourself.You know where your data is. You have a right for that data. And you're the only entity with unlimited usage rights. When you understand those three things, you can only aggregate rich data at the individual. And that's the key insight for what my business does. That's our big idea. And it's no less than enables the future of the world. During this interview, you will learn four things:Why too often we approach the problem from the wrong end - by not looking far enough ahead: the simple desired outcome for the userWhat it requires to succeed when your big idea hits the road and you discover that the road is not quite as smooth as you'd likeThat everybody is lucky - but that many are just not seeing the luck around them.Why as entrepreneurs we often spend too much time on the idea and the instantiation of it, and not enough time on the internal and external messaging For more information about the guest from this week:Julian RangerWebsite Digi.me See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Teaching is hard enough so why make things harder on ourselves?! In this episode I discuss 3 ways we might be unintentionally making things harder on ourselves and some tips to overcome those things. Connect with Rebecca on Instagram HERE! Don't forget to leave a rating & review!
If you have ever felt wronged by someone or felt like you lost out on something you deserved then this is for you! We all have experienced hurt in our lives in some capacity and often times that hurt leads to bitterness without even realizing it. In Episode #2 of the IGNITE Series we dive head first into unforgiveness and the ways we can keep ourselves in bondage if we allow it to fester. Desiree highlights the three ways forgives fuels freedom in our lives and the impact it has on our faith. From stories in the Bible, like Joseph and the Samaritan Woman at the well, Desiree illustrates the beauty of God's grace and the forgiveness that scripture calls us to bestow upon one another. Download the IGNITE Guide #2 at DesireeSiegfried.com now to engage in the episode and take a step forward in reflection and forgiveness. Want to learn more about Desiree and her story of hope and redemption? Pick up her new book, The Road To Roses now. :) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/desiree-siegfried/support
As actors, we have to make countless decisions every single day. How much energy will I give my day job today? What part of my career am I going to work on when I'm not auditioning? Should I reach out to my representation since I haven't heard from them in a while? The more obligations we have, the more decisions we need to make, and the more drained we become as the day goes on. If we're not careful about pacing ourselves through all of these little choices, we can easily become burnt out and not able to tackle the fun, creative acting decisions asked of us for auditions. In this week's episode, I talk about this exact problem. While there may not be a perfect system that permanently solves decision fatigue, I do have some tips that have helped me. I share my morning routine, how I've streamlined my audition process, and how I use any free time that I may have. I also discuss my "Someday, Maybe" list and how invaluable it has been in organizing all the little things that need to get done (Like uploading my auditions to Dropbox!). We'll always have decisions to make, but I hope that these tips can help give you the mental breathing room that they have given me in my day-to-day actor life. Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Deb Smith's More Than You See Podcast The New Normal — Mental Health with Deb Smith Use BROKE25 on WeAudition for a lifetime discount on membership! Want more? Check out Patreon for bonus episodes, IG Close Friends content, and so much more. And don't miss all the content on IG and as always at, OneBrokeActress.com And if you're needing some personalized help from Sam, you can schedule a chat with her right here. Don't forget to join the mailing list here! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/one-broke-actress-podcast/message
Train to focus rather than obsessing over multiple decisionsPeople spend half of their time thinking about something other than what they are doingWe love to compare ever through we've heard 100 times that comparison is the what?Have social media platforms coerced us into presenting a false image of ourselvesWhat is your definition of successGoing underneath the flair to find the real youWhen you get out of the "zone" you get out of your creative spaceEmpathy is the key to being present and more of what the word needsSometimes in trying to do too much, we accomplish nothingNobody said life would be easy. But don't give upDisappointed is not the same thing as discouragement
HEADLINES. This episode is all about reading sports headlines in humorous ways and breaking them down to what the REAL news is. Coaches writing country songs. waxing athletes. philly coach impersonators. plus, our RED HOT FIRE college and NFL picks. win real money. do it.
Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.- Zig Ziglar Jeff and Brian discuss how a leader's attitude not only impacts but is actually a primary driver of success, as well as the quality of life of those around him or her.
Show Notes Family caregivers have a lot they have to deal and cope with, but you already know that don't you? There are all the doctors' appointments, treatments, therapies, surgeries, special diets, changing your home to accommodate their needs and the list goes on. It leaves us all exhausted, overwhelmed, and on bad days… hopeless. We give all of ourselves to help a person we love live… but we don't always stop to enjoy the time we have with them. I have found that there have been times when I became buried in all the responsibility of caregiving and at the same time losing time I could enjoy life with my husband. So today I'm going to talk about connecting with the person you care for. Now you know my frame of view is always that of a spouse. I share what I know and almost all of the time it works… doesn't it? So today the stories I share of my husband and I can easily be of you and your mother, or your brother or your child. The need for human connection is universal. Before cancer, my husband and I were close. We had fun doing things together and most of our weekends were filled with trips around town, going to movies, museums, and farmers markets and just being out in the world with our daughter. We balanced each other out well. When cancer came to our home that balance was shattered. We both tried, the best we could, to just keep our heads above water. With just a phone call my husband's focus in life was to stay alive and my focus was to keep him alive. So, understandably, things started to fall apart. We didn't always balance each other out anymore. Oftentimes we were both reacting out of fear and anxiety together. If both of us felt stuck and just wanted to stay in bed all day there wasn't another person to make us get up. We both needed each other but we were too busy to figure out how to fight cancer to really be there. We both tried to hold back our fear in an effort to be strong for the other person. During stressful times we often became short or bad-tempered. Little things would set us off because there was just only so much our minds could take. In addition, we both had jobs and the same responsibilities we had before. We tried to continue living our life fully as we had before cancer while also working full-time to deal with cancer. An impossible task. We were clearly just trying to hold it together. Before his surgery, he was just trying to do his best to stay positive and I was doing my best to help him do that while setting up support for our daughter and the house during his surgery and have things set up to make his return as seamless as possible. We definitely were trying not to talk about things that were front and center for us. Things like… What if this doesn't work? What does this mean for us? His surgery was scheduled fairly quickly and before I knew it I found myself sitting next to his hospital bed, waiting for him to wake up. I had spent so much time leading up to that day being overwhelmed by everything I was trying to get done before surgery that it felt weird to just sit. As I watched him rest I realized there was one thing I forgot to do. I forgot to connect with him. Out of all the things I was trying to get done before surgery I lost sight of what has always been one of the most important parts of my life… my husband! All of the things I was doing for him yet I didn't see that what was actually important for me to do was to just sit with him. Now that that was the only thing I could do I realized it was all that ever really mattered. We spend so much time doing as a caregiver that we lose sight of needing to stop and enjoy the person we are with. I know that we are all caregivers for different reasons. Hopefully, you are a caregiver because you love or care for the person you care for, or at least you used to. There is no denying that it benefits both us and the people we care for when we can simply spend time together. It's so easy to get sucked into all of the things we need to do as a caregiver that it makes it hard to be their companion. To sit by them as someone who loves them and not someone who is tirelessly working to help them live. I think sometimes staying in caregiving mode makes it easier. If we can distract from the emotions we're feeling and what they are going through then we can avoid being uncomfortable. In doing that you really are shortchanging yourself. Living life fully isn't just about all the happy moments… it's also about experiencing the difficult ones. So when things begin to get emotional and you feel the urge to have to go check the laundry or cook diner or whatever your usually escape route is try this instead. If you are driving or don't have anything to write them down with no worries every word I'm saying is on my website and if you're signed up for newsletters you get the link to the transcripts every Thursday. Stay when the person you care for gets emotional and be ok when it becomes uncomfortable. I get it… it isn't an easy thing to hear a person tell you how upset they are especially when it is something you have no control over. Sadness and fear often times come out as anger so as long as you have good boundaries set there is nothing wrong with letting them express how they are angry about how their life has been changed. When people become upset it can be hard to not also feel upset with them and that can make it hard for us to let them express themselves. Usually, people try to soothe the person who is emotional. That brings us to the next point. Don't try to fix it. Sure that's what you do. In fact, you try to make everything better for them all the time. But this is a time when it's best to let them feel. Instead of trying to figure out what you should say to make them feel better… try to sit there and actually listen to what they are saying. If they're crying, let them cry. Some people will start to shut down and close themselves off if you tell them they don't need to cry or even hand them a tissue. You know your person best. Really listen and see what cues they are giving and you'll instinctually know what you should do. However, especially in the beginning, just let them talk. Unless they ask you what they should do you should try not to try to jump in and fix things. Sometimes all a person wants to do is get the thoughts they've been sitting without so they don't feel so big. The next tip is to just be there. Emotions are scary. Cancer, disease, and disability are scary. The thoughts they can be burdened with can be scary. Man crying alone can be scary too. If you can sit there with them and hold that space so they can feel safe with you there that is a special gift you can give them. When my husband woke up after surgery he looked around the room clearly trying to figure out where he was. I grabbed his hand and smiled and then he fell back asleep. Sure an anticlimactic moment if there ever was. But he didn't let go of my hand. He did this off and on for a couple of days and I didn't try to fix anything. He complained of the pain and I listened and spoke to him about it. He vented when he was frustrated that he had to stay longer than he expected. He was not happy with how far to the side of his neck his incision went. Because there were nurses and doctors there to help him with his medical needs all I needed to do was be there for him. I'd hold his hand until my arm started to fall asleep. I'd watch tv with him and laugh. When things felt really hard for him I was there to listen, to hold him when that was the right thing to do, and to let him get out how he felt. As scary, emotionally draining, and just physically exhausting it was to spend those five days in the hospital I realized it was what we needed to get us back on track. You see, being present for your loved one might sound like just another hard thing you have to do for them, but it's not. It's something difficult that, if you are able to do it, will bring you closer. Supporting them in this way is beneficial for you too. My husband doesn't remember much about his week-long hospital stay. He definitely doesn't remember the first few days. So all that time I spent holding his hand, smiling at him every time he woke up, and just physically being there was really for me. I know on a sub-level he benefitted from me doing those things. However, those first days in the hospital room with him and the connections I made help strengthen my love for him and my dedication to taking care of him. Simply being there not only helped me remember why I was a caregiver but it was a way for me to recharge and prepare myself for the next stage of caregiving for him. It also taught me that I should never let caregiving become more important than spending time with my husband. Not just for his benefit but because I needed to focus on continuing to love the life I was living while caring for him. So if you can slow down just a little bit and begin to notice the cues your loved one might be giving you. If you can take the time to simply just sit with them. The opportunity might come up for them to share with you how they are really feeling. If they do just remember, they're scared too and they just want to know they aren't in this on their own. If you'd like to find more caregiver support or information about my spousal caregiver coaching head over to www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com If prefer to read these episodes instead of listening you can find all of the transcripts for my podcast there as well as a helpful caregiving pdf download. Thank you for listening and please leave a review.
In this episode of the EntreMD Podcast, I'll share how I found ways to make the most out of attending conferences and how to use them and approach conferences as an investment that will help you create massive success in your business. Get full show notes and more information here: https://entremd.com/154
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Your breath, your eyes and your ears. Join Heather today as she shares three ways to be present, while she's at the largest body of water in central Australia, Ormiston Gorge. Can you use these three ways to practice presence during your day today? Listen! Subscribe! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook! Find out more about The Kindness Hub here! CREDITS: Episode hosted by Heather Miller, edited by Lucy Chen, produced for The Kindness Hub. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands upon which Pep Talks is hosted and edited: the lands of the Arrernte people and the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora nation.
Today, we will look back at Episode 108 where I share tons of tips to be selling every day. I will be diving even deeper into even more tips for you to sell every day and get your business to hitting those 10K months and higher every single month. Topics we cover include: Every “No” You Hear is One Step Closer to a “Yes” Waiting for that Permission Slip Utilize Newsletters Sharing Social Proof Sharing a Value Piece And so much more! Times to check out: (7:16) Every “No” You Hear is One Step Closer to a “Yes” (10:35) Waiting for that Permission Slip (17:31) Utilize Newsletters (19:31) Sharing Social Proof (22:27) Sharing a Value Piece FREEBIES: 4 Step Training to Start & Scale Your Online Coaching Business: https://melissalincoaching.lpages.co/4-steps-to-starting-a-successful-coaching-business Quiz: Your Next Business Strategy: https://www.themelissalin.com/quiz WORK WITH MELISSA: Are you ready to take your online coaching business to the NEXT level? Have you been wanting to start coaching, finally start making a full time income doing what you love? The Fierce Business Academy might be the right fit for you! Head to the link below for more details and to hop on the waitlist! The Fierce Business Academy: https://www.themelissalin.com/academy The 6 Figure Fierce Business Mastermind: https://www.themelissalin.com/mastermind The Caption Capsule https://www.themelissalin.com/captioncapsule Promo Code: PODCAST to save $$$ on The Caption Capsule! Find me on social media for more daily content! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themelissalin/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melissa.lin.180410 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fiercebusinessbabes/ Fierce Business Academy: https://www.themelissalin.com/academy
Hello hello, and welcome back to Cutting Chai Stories, the podcast that shows entrepreneurs how to uplevel their email marketing, social media, and website copy with practical tips and concrete examples from your host, Jayati Vora. This episode is dedicated to Laura and Oswald, who told me they missed the creative writing focus of the earlier seasons, and especially to the idea that sometimes, to be creative in business, you have to step AWAY from business. So thank you, Laura, for inspiring this episode, and here are three big ways you can recharge your creative batteries -- and bring all that creative energy back to your business! Stay tuned to the end for my announcement of the winner of the giveaway challenge, and thanks to all of you who responded to my request for feedback about the show. If you haven't responded yet and would like to, please DM me on IG @jayativora to let me know: 1. Why you listen to Cutting Chai Stories and what you get here that you don't get anywhere else 2. What you want to see more of in coming episodes 3. Anything you'd like to see less of This is your chance to have a voice in what I cover in the upcoming season, so don't hesitate to reach out, I *love* hearing from you! Here are my favorite three songs without lyrics to dance to when I need to move my body: 1. Por Una Cabeza, by The Tango Project 2. Tango to Evora by Loreena McKennitt 3. Tango, Que Misterio by Tango Jointz, Ricardo Ricardito Reveira
I am excited to welcome to you a previous Thrive For[e]ward guest, and my dear friend, Karla Hult. Karla by day is a news anchor and reporter for Kare 11 News, the NBC affiliate here in the Twin Cities. How Karla and I met, though, is not through her TV gig, but through our shared journey of being Alzheimer's daughters. Karla has been a huge support throughout my journey. And just recently, she has launched her own company called So Many Goodbyes, a company for families and caregivers that are sharing our journey. She'll talk about the services that they offer with caregivers, training them and talking to them about the importance of understanding and bringing together the emotions of family versus the critical job that they play in the lives of so many battling Alzheimer's and dementia. Then she has three tips for you to share with any caregiver, very easy, tactical things that can be done today to allow yourself to be the advocate or caregiver that you want to be without losing yourself throughout this long journey. Learn more about So Many Goodbyes here: https://somanygoodbyes.com/Find out more about Forethought Planning: www.forethoughtplanning.comFollow Forethought Planning on social media:FacebookLinkedInYouTube channelScore our free Wealth Assessment tool on our website.Securities offered through LPL Financial, a member of FINRA/SIPC. Advisory services offered through Advisors' Pride, a SEC registered investment advisor. LPL Financial, Advisors' Pride, Forethought Planning and the guests of Thrive For[e]ward podcast are separate and unaffiliated parties. Lisa Harris and Lisa Harris & Co are not affiliated with Forethought Planning, Advisor's Pride, or LPL Financial. The views expressed here are those of the participants, and not those of Forethought Planning, Advisor's Pride, or LPL financial. The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. LPL Financial and Forethought Planning do not offer legal services.
239 - On this show Rob and Kerri share the three ways you can book your Disney vacation. You will learn about the pros and cons of each. You will also hear about the upcoming closures and refurbishments including one that is kinda a big deal and could impact your visit to Animal Kingdom. And as a bonus, a fun and free scavenger hunt in Magic Kingdom to try on your next visit and also discover why this area of the park and this cute castle can easily be overlooked. Plus, an Are You Serious / Rob's Rant / Needs Psychiatric help - you decide. Thank you for listening to our show. We appreciate you. Interested in joining our group for the 40th Celebration of Epcot AND a 4 night cruise that will follow? Get on the VIP list here. Let us help take away the stress of planning your next vacation. As always, our services are free and your get us and our insider tips to help you have the most magical vacation. CONNECT WITH US HERE Have a topic you would like covered on the show? Please reach out to us on social media and let us know. Save money on gas with GetUpside: CODE A67ZE Want to search topics from past shows? CLICK HERE for episode guide. Get breaking news or get notified when a sale comes out or other exciting Disney news when you text DISNEY to 855-943-4440. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. ***************** For some Disney and travel videos, check out our YouTube channel ***************** LISTENER SPECIALS: If you would like to support our show, please visit our patreon site for option. We appreciate ALL our supporters. Do you need a custom tee shirt for your next Disney vacation? Then look no further than MyDIStee.com And as always, there are no set up fees when you mention this podcast.
Do you know who you are speaking to in your business? Who are you setting out to help? The reason this is important is that if you're not reaching your ideal client you're wasting your time! So this episode is VITAL to getting clear on your target demographic. So if you're ready to get clear about your core message, I would love for you to listen and visit patriciadrain.com/clarity for my new mini workshop to bring you complete clarity on how you can serve others through your business. I can't wait to lead you to discover your ideal client!
In This Episode You Will Learn About: The dangers of overwhelm The pros of power hours Knowing your numbers Living on a schedule Resources: Text “FAST” to 310-421-0416 to find out about our Fast Foundations Sprint to 2022 first and get a discount Show Notes: Everyone gets overwhelmed at times. I'm feeling it right now. When you are ambitious in your businesses and your goals, it can be hard to find time to slow down. Entrepreneurship comes with both blessings and curses. Yes, you get to make your own schedule – but nobody's going to cover your work while you're gone either. Overwhelm is inevitable, but I'm going to share three ways you can overcome it and get yourself back on track. Follow me on social media @ChrisWHarder on Instagram and check out chrisharder.me.
Whether you're in the office or working from home, the importance of networking is not going away. You need to get out there and connect with people, even if it's just on Zoom. As reported by CNBC in 2019, "Anywhere from half to upwards of 80% of jobs are filled through networking." Over a year into the pandemic, connections still matter — perhaps even more than before. In today's virtual world, people are especially eager to connect and reconnect with others since our social lives have been so severely compromised. I can't wait to network face to face again! And I'm not alone. According to LinkedIn research, the platform's job applicants are three times more likely to get a job at a company where they have a connection. Continue reading here. The article read in this episode originally appeared on the Forbes Agency Council CommunityVoice™ in May 2021. Activate The PR Maven® Flash Briefing on your Alexa Device. Join The PR Maven® Facebook group page. Sign up for email notifications for when new episodes are released. Take one of The PR Maven® Online Courses.
Three ways to know if you're ready to date again after death or divorce? If you jump in too soon it can impede healing and if you wait too long your life passes you by. Today I'm sharing with you three things that will help you decide if you are ready to date. My nameContinue reading "Episode 72: Three Ways to Know if You’re Ready to Date Again"
In addition to the many other themes and motifs of the day, Rosh Hashana is called the Day of Judgment. The Mishnah tells us that on Rosh Hashana every human has an individual audience with the Almighty in the same way that a shepherd counts each sheep individually. The judgment is comprehensive: all of a […]
Episode at a glanceIntroduction & definition of terms:What is stress, pain versus suffering, statistics on mental health and arthritis, common causes of stress with chronic illness (1:30 - 12:00)Cognitive behavior therapy for “thinking problems”:How “Catching ANTs” is a helpful tool for “thinking problems” (when your stress is caused by maladaptive thinking patterns) (12:30 - 20:45 )Mindfulness & “perpetual problems”Cheryl explains how true mindfulness of the present moment (even uncomfortable parts of the present) can help cope with perpetual problems from chronic illness (21:45 - 27:10).Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)Cheryl explains how acceptance and commitment therapy helps her devote energy towards present possibilities rather than wasting time trying to solve unsolvable problems (which can lead to unnecessary stress). (27:10 -43:00)Concluding thoughts: 43:00-endSometimes there is not a clear way to make your pain go away, no effective tool to “heal” your condition, and no way to convince someone else that your invisible illness is real.While that might sound depressing at first, Cheryl explains that accepting this reality helped set her free (“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off” - Gloria Steinem). She explains how she learned this technique from #acceptanceandcommitmenttherapy. Speaker Bios:Cheryl Crow is an occupational therapist who has lived with rheumatoid arthritis for seventeen years. She's passionate about helping others with rheumatoid arthritis live a full life, by using effective tools to manage physical, emotional and social challenges. She formed the educational company Arthritis Life in 2019 after seeing a huge need for more engaging, accessible, and (dare she say) FUN patient education and self-management resources.Episode SponsorThis episode is brought to you by Rheum to THRIVE, a 6 month education and support program Cheryl created to help people with rheumatic disease go from overwhelmed, confused and alone to confident, supported and connected. Join the waitlist today for the next group which starts in early October, 2021!Episode links:Sign up to access the video recording of this webinar (which includes the visuals I refer to)Reproductive Health and Rheumatic Disease Webinar:Cheryl will be moderating a free “Reproductive Health and Rheumatic Disease” patient webinar on September 14th 2021, sign up here http://www.rheum4you.org and learn more here https://simpletasks.org/Things mentioned in the episode:Find a therapist in the US - Psychology TodayCBT - resources for learning about common cognitive distortionsJohn Gottman marriage research: solvable versus perpetual problemsThe Happiness Trap by Dr. Russ Harris - explains Acceptance and Commitment TherapyPassengers on the bus metaphor - more detailsCheryl's Arthritis Life social media pages:Cheryl & Arthritis Life on InstagramCheryl's website: Arthritis LifeArthritis Life Tiktok: @ArthritisLife Arthritis Life Facebook PageCheryl's Twitter: @realcc Arthritis Life Youtube channelArthritis Life Program LinksJoin the waitlist for Rheum to THRIVE, a membership community Cheryl created to help people with rheumatic disease go from overwhelmed, confused and alone to confident, supported and connected.Rheumatoid Arthritis Roadmap, an self-paced online course Cheryl created that teaches people with RA how to confidently manage their physical, social and emotional life with this condition.Medical disclaimer: All content found on Arthritis Life public channels was created for generalized informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
I have worked with many people over the years that have told me things that light them up. And creating a business around that is so valuable for sustaining your passion and creating a business that you love to do! So if you're ready to get clear about your core message, I would love for you to listen and visit patriciadrain.com/clarity for my new mini workshop to bring you complete clarity on how you can serve others through your business. I can't wait to lead you to a clear, concise message that helps guide your business to success!
I Am Becoming Podcast Episode 62: Three Ways To Avoid Being Stuck In a Box Host: Alonda Brooks - Author | Speaker | Founder at Like Sunday Collection Guest: Renee Ambush - Out Tha Box Productions | Author | Overcomer | Singer | Actress Produced By: Elite Conversations Podcast Media https://www.eliteconversations.com/mypodcast.html
This week on the show Stan & Josh discuss three of the most common ways that the senior saints of a church can kill the mission of the church — oftentimes without even realizing it. They stay focused on the past. They see church as a Sunday meeting only. They stand in the way of changes that help younger families to like your church. This episode will also include tips and recommendations on how pastors can confront and handle these issues. Resources mentioned in this episode: Karl Vaterskarlvaters.com Support the show (https://614ministries.org/invest)
This week, we're re-releasing one of our most popular episodes to date, Three Ways to Irritate Others and How to Correct It. In your Leadership journey, you will inevitably have to speak with someone who is irritated or angry. While you can't avoid the situation entirely, you can learn to minimize the risk that you will be the one to aggravate the situation. In this episode, we'll cover three communication strategies that are almost guaranteed to irritate a calm person and fuel the fire for someone who is already upset. We'll also talk about a powerful alternative for turning the situation around. Additional Leadership Resources Take our free DISC Assessment. Download our free report, The First 7 Things to Do When You Get Promoted. Subscribe to the Podcast Don't miss an episode! Subscribe to this podcast through the options below. iTunes Stitcher TuneIn RSS
Not sure what to do for maternity leave, not sure how to manage an employee on maternity leave, want to help a pregnant friend? This episode is for you! Emily Jaenson discusses maternity leave three ways, three different ways with her three children all taken while working in sports. Let us know what you think! email@example.com instagram.com/emilyjaenson instagram.com/leadershipisfemale leadershipsisfemale.com
Visit http://JohnBlakeAudio.com to Learn How to DOUBLE Your Enquiry-to-Sale Conversion with The Lead Flow You Already Have. We are all aware of the massive impact this current pandemic has had, both on a personal level and on the global economy. I know some businesses have been struggling a lot, that's why today we are going to talk about three things that you can do to stay competitive if you are currently in a place where you don't have access to your customers. Unfortunately, this is happening for a lot of people at the moment, and I doubt that this is going to be the last time that we see it happening. These are very powerful things you can do to be proactive in this type of situation. The first one is revisiting your offer. Come up with some new ideas as to what you can present; it might be a contextual offer, in terms of what's going on right now. It could also be a different take on your existing offer, the important thing is to come up with some different ideas and ways to support your clients. Sit down and think of some different offers that you can make to them, different problems that you can solve for them, different things that you can add on to what you're already selling. You could provide something that enhances the existing purchase, something that complements it, or something that protects it. Get creative with it! This can make a massive difference on its own, but there are some other things you can do to maximise your results. Right now, it's a good moment to revisit your target and get a clearer view on who you can add the most value to in the market, who is it that you can best serve. In fact, despite everything, this is a great time to do anything you didn't have time for before. Then we have your mission, which is just as important as your offer and your target. Get clear on it. It is the thing that will motivate you in times where perhaps things don't look very good. Revisiting these aspects will give you a massive advantage, and this is just the first of three things you can do that I am sharing with you today. Listen to this episode to know what the others are and how they will help you make the most out of this current situation. These are key areas to look at and optimise if you don't want to be left behind. To DOUBLE your lead-to-sale CONVERSION with the leads you already have, go to http://JohnBlakeAudio.com for his exclusive, free, no-fluff, audio training and companion PDF guide. Inside you'll get word-for-word email follow-up templates, phone scripts, and more that you can put to use today.
Because our daughter is home for the week, we're taking the week off in posting BE BRAVE FRIDAY video and podcast and also our LOVING THE STRANGE podcast because we want to make family time a priority for this one week. I know! We never miss a week. And sometimes I have a tiny bit of anxiety over that, but it's worth it. Family is worth it. So instead, I thought I might quickly talk about what it means to be brave. Ready? WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A BRAVE PERSON? It's pretty simple really. Being brave means being tough enough to face your fears. Being brave means knowing something scares you but wanting to defeat that wall of fear, climb over it, chip away at it, knock it down brick by terrifying brick. Your fear may be about failure, about self-doubt, about spiders. Your fear might be about ridicule or judgement. Fears come in all forms. Mine mostly come about sharing my art, speaking in public, good, old public ridicule, being poor again, and making the world a worse place. Being brave means that you go after what you want, you evolve into the person you want to become and you don't let those fears stop you. SOMETIMES FACING YOUR FEARS HAS TO HAPPEN OVER AND OVER AGAIN. As a lot of you know, I'm terrified of showing people my art, but I've always secretly wanted to be an artist even though my family laughed at this idea or rolled their eyes or scoffed. I never took an art class until right before COVID and that was an hour-long session about felting. Oh. Wait. That's a lie. I took a class about drawing at the Y but quit after a session because I was too scared. Still, I had these wants, you know? I wanted to paint. I wanted to get the images in my head onto canvas or wood or napkins or whatever, and I wanted to share them. Or at least--I didn't want to be afraid to share them anymore. So, BE BRAVE FRIDAYS was born and I would show people my paintings-in-progress every Friday and my PATREON was born where I would show people chapters in progress every Friday and our podcasts were born where my voice would be out there to be ridiculed every week (now three times a week, wow). Someone told me on Facebook last year, "Carrie, people on here are so supportive of your paintings. How can this be a brave act for you?" That's the thing. It's still hard. Every damn week, it's hard. But it's getting slightly less harder most of the time. It's a chipping away at it moment. WHAT IS IT THAT BRAVE PEOPLE DO DIFFERENTLY? They do the thing they are afraid of even though they are scared, even though they might fail. You can't achieve if you don't take a risk. They are honest about who they are and their fears. I've gotten a lot of feedback over the years, usually by well-meaning, well educated, white women who are a decade or two older than I am who tell me not to be so open about my insecurities. Spoiler alert: Judging me for being insecure or telling me how to 'be' is a sure-fire way to NOT make me more secure. But it's also a sure-fire way to make me a bit angry. I am okay that I'm not perfect. I know I'm a work in progress and I'd be a liar if I didn't admit that. Why would I want to not admit that? Once you start pretending to be someone you aren't, you get so wrapped up in that lie that it becomes exceptionally hard to be who you are. It becomes exceptionally hard to be brave. Authenticity and being open about your flaws and weaknesses? It's a brave thing. THEY DON'T ONLY THINK ABOUT FEAR Brave people think about the potential amazing outcomes that can happen if they succeed not just the potential horrible outcomes if they fail. Spending all your time thinking about what could go wrong, means that you aren't spending anywhere enough time thinking (and taking the steps) to do what you want to go right. So, I hope you'll be brave with me and share your stories. Here are my paintings this week. You've got this, okay? You really do. Be brave with me. BE A PART OF OUR MISSION! Hey! We're all about inspiring each other to be weird, to be ourselves and to be brave and we're starting to collect stories about each other's bravery. Those brave moments can be HUGE or small, but we want you to share them with us so we can share them with the world. You can be anonymous if you aren't brave enough to use your name. It's totally chill. Want to be part of the team? Send us a quick (or long) email and we'll read it here and on our YouTube channel. LET'S HANG OUT! HEY! DO YOU WANT TO SPEND MORE TIME TOGETHER? MAYBE TAKE A COURSE, CHILL ON SOCIAL MEDIA, BUY ART OR A BOOK, OR LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST? JUST CLICK ON THIS LINK AND FIND OUT HOW WE CAN INTERACT MORE. HELP US AND DO AN AWESOME GOOD DEED Thanks to all of you who keep listening to our weirdness on the DOGS ARE SMARTER THAN PEOPLE podcast and our new LOVING THE STRANGE podcast. We're sorry we laugh so much… sort of. Please share it and subscribe if you can. Please rate and like us if you are feeling kind, because it matters somehow. There's a new episode every Tuesday! Thanks so much for being one of the 261,000 downloads if you've given us a listen! One of our newest LOVING THE STRANGE podcasts is about the strange and adorably weird things people say? And one of our newest DOGS ARE SMARTER THAN PEOPLE episode is about fear setting and how being swallowed by a whale is bad ass. And Carrie has a new book out! Yay! You can order now! It's an adult mystery/thriller that takes place in Bar Harbor, Maine. Read an excerpt here! The people who kill It's my book! It came out June 1! Boo-yah! Another one comes out July 1. And that one is called THOSE WHO SURVIVED, which is the first book in the the DUDE GOODFEATHER series. I hope you'll read it, like it, and buy it! The Dude Goodfeather Series - YA mystery by NYT bestseller Carrie Jones TO TELL US YOUR BRAVE STORY JUST EMAIL BELOW. Submit a form.
Emails. Perhaps one of the most underrated forms of communications for businesses. We focus so much on the content for our websites, social media, marketing collateral, newsletters and lead magnets that so many of us have completely forgotten to ingest In bettering one of the most used tools in our day to day business: emails. In this episode, I am going to throw down 3 simple ways you can instantly supercharge your everyday email game. #YoureWelcome. For more BTS, follow the team on @wordfetti, and make sure you tag me in your biggest productivity tips too on @anitasiek. Want 5 FREE copy lessons in your inbox? Your wish. My command. Get it here anitasiek.com/freebie
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Tim Pollard joins Sarah Hicks on this episode of the Predictable Revenue Podcast. As CEO and Founder of Oratium, Tim leads the ongoing development of the company's intellectual property, as well as leading all major client relationships. Over a long career in sales at many companies, including Unilever, Barclays, and the Corporate Executive Board—and now a decade into building Oratium— he has developed remarkable insights into the science of designing and delivering extraordinary sales messaging. Highlights include: the 3 fatal mistakes salespeople make in their messaging (2:12), the effects of a virtual environment (11:04), the psychology of conversations (18:45), the 7 hallmarks of great messaging (21:08), and the business impact of getting messaging right (33:05). SHOW NOTES: You can check out Oratium's elearning if you want to learn more. Are you looking to create repeatable, scalable and predictable revenue? We can help! ► http://bit/ly/predictablerevenuecoaching
Tune in this week as I offer my top 3 tips for getting consistent with an exercise routine. I'm showing you why you might be struggling with this right now, the thoughts that might be getting in your way, and how to begin analyzing and correcting these thought errors. Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/210
Getting parents on board with Flipped Learning is a best practice identified by the Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences. In this episode, we discuss strategies for getting "parent-buy-in" and support and why it makes a difference. Follow on Twitter: @MsRandazzo @DrGraceO @flip4students @peter_santoro @ideasforteacher @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetwork Resources: Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) Karen Randazzo is an enthusiastic chemistry teacher in New Jersey. She believes that every student has the power to learn anything, even chemistry. Chemistry teacher by day, teacher author by night, she's dedicated to making teachers' lives more manageable by offering professional development, sharing her engaging resources on her website, and collaborating with educators on various social media platforms. A former 'chalk and talk' teacher, she shares her journey navigating the Next Generation Science Standards and student-centered learning on her YouTube channel. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to share her flipped learning expertise with you Dr. Grace Onodipe is an assistant professor in economics in the School of Business at Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) in Lawrenceville, GA, USA. In the last 15 years, before joining GGC in 2013, she taught university-level economics through asynchronous online delivery format at online universities. Since earning her Ph.D. (2003) in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics from The Ohio State University, she has presented papers at conferences and workshops. Dr. Cara Johnson authored the book An Insanely Simple Guide: Flipped Mastery Learning to share the Flipped-Mastery Learning model she used in her Biology and Anatomy classes. Dr. Johnson currently works as an Instructional Specialist for Allen Independence School district and is a triathlete, marathon runner, a wife and a mom to two beautiful kids, Austin and Ellie. Peter Santoro has been teaching high school mathematics for 12 years. In addition to two sections of Introductory Calculus, Peter also teaches one section of Geometry and two sections of Mathematics Research Honors. In addition, he is the coach of the Garden City High School Math Team (Mathletes).
Masturbation has gotten all kinds of press over the years - some good, some bad, some clinical. We are fans of masturbation. Let's talk about what it's good for, how you can explore and learn about yourself, and some ways you can use it to enhance your connection to your partners. Bonus, Joli's going in deep with the depth psychology of masturbation on this one too!
With low interest rates, we have an obvious downside – there is little interest to earn. If you are retired - or plan to retire in the future - it is important to understand how to generate an income stream from your portfolio when the paychecks stop coming in. On this week's episode of In the Money Insights Cory covers three ways we generate income for retirees. In the Money Insight is a show about the markets, investing, financial planning, and life. Join Cory Bittner, CRPC® as he shares his insights on what he's paying attention to and what he's reading and writing about. Falcon Wealth Advisors is an independent-minded wealth management practice located in the Kansas City metro. Our team of 11 professionals specializes in retirement planning for individuals. We help our clients make important decisions around when to retire, social security, health insurance, tax planning, and many other financial planning topics. In addition to helping our clients plan for a successful retirement we also implement investments solutions. We believe that what sets us apart is our philosophy to avoid investment products and instead buy/sell individual stocks, bonds, and options for our clients. We do this to eliminate the middle man which we believe increases control and transparency, and decreases fees. Clients choose to work with us to enhance their financial literacy and explain exactly what their financial plan means to them. Visit Our Website https://www.falconwealthadvisors.com/ Listen to our Podcasts https://www.falconwealthadvisors.com/content.html We're Social! https://www.facebook.com/FalconWAdvisors/ https://www.instagram.com/falconwadvisors/ https://twitter.com/FalconWAdvisors https://www.linkedin.com/company/falcon-wealth-advisors/
What impact has the rise of the internet and social media had on the way we see the world? Are our priorities and perspectives shifting because of the growing amplification of “self” that occurs with regular social media use? J. Warner answers these questions in this episode of the NRBtv Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast.
In this episode, Martin Perdomo "The Elite Strategist" interviews Tamar Hermes. She started having no background in real estate being a former executive in entertainment but is now a well-known coach for couples, an investor, and is now about to share HOW TO BUILD WEALTH in 3 WAYS.Tamara Hermes Wealth Woman WarriorTo Reach Martin Perdomo "The Elite Strategist"firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with Martin on The Elite Strategist If you want to learn more on how to invest passively in Multifamily Real Estate visit our website https://stroudsburgrei.com/partners/Connect with us on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elitestrategist/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theelitestrategist Like and subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Martin Perdomo "The Elite Strategist"Check out our online course and learn How to wholesale Real Estate @ https://real-estate-investing15.teachable.com/p/real-estate-beginner-dealsCheck our Real Estate Investors Club Website: https://stroudsburgrei.comGet our Free Habit Register by texting the word STRATEGIES to 33222Check our resources and tools for Real Estate Investors @ https://stroudsburgrei.com/resources/
We all have those days when we are feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and overthinking. For those days I want you to save these three E's in your back pocket. To shift back into alignment check these three elements in your life: Environment - Assess your external environment. What is feeling off? What can be moved around? What can I shift so I am feeling better? What externally doesn't feel right? Emotions - Going from outside IN. What inside am I feeling? How can I disassociate by not declaring I AM my emotions but I am feeling my emotions? How are you feeling? What caused those feelings? How can you honor how you are feeling without judging it? Eagerness - Marrying the external with the internal. What can you do to feel alive again? What can you do to create flow and ease? Going for a walk? Dance? Take shower? Take a nap? Disconnecting from technology? Give yourself permission to be the observer in your life vs being the absorber who is in the head and not trusting her body and intuition. Drop IN and start shifting. Which one will you work on first? Environment, Emotions, Eagerness? Let me know and tag me on Instagram at @petiakolibova And remember, I love you, I see you, I receive you. P.S. Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean the world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show Thank you so much for your love and support!! The link to review is below: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unapologetically-abundant/id1458932675
Today Jesse is giving us three ways to master our mindset. If our mindset isn't in the right place we'll be plagued by limiting beliefs. We have to exercise our mind just like we exercise our physical body. If you're struggling with confidence, resilience, or fear, that's negative beliefs and thoughts getting in your way. We have to train our mind like a muscle. Ask yourself how much time you invest into your mental fitness daily. What habits are you doing to invest in that daily fitness? Where is your focus? Did you know 80-85% of our thoughts are on the past? We need to be present in the moment and actively creating the life we want. Make sure you're investing in yourself and your thoughts and focus. Are your habits helping or hindering you? -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week. Want more information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com