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The EdUp Experience
354: The Walmart Effect - with Dr. Lorraine (Lo) Stomski, Senior Vice president of Learning & Leadership at Walmart

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:54


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is Dr. Lorraine (Lo) Stomski, Senior Vice President of Learning & Leadership at Walmart, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Unmudl! Dr. Lo Stomski heads the learning & leadership initiatives for approximately 2.3 million associates employed by Walmart. Lo talks about how the nation's largest private employer views the value of a degree, how they facilitate opportunity across the entire spectrum of learning, & what it takes to compete for talent! Transformational learning, the future of work, & what it takes to be a Walmart partner - all ground covered in this great convo with Lo! Make sure to be the first person to claim YOUR school on Unmudl! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn what others are saying about their EdUp experience! ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business!

BioTypical
The Nuts & Bolts of Transformational Work (with Ben Rolnik)

BioTypical

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 54:55


Today's guest is Ben Rolnik, the Director of the Innovation Lab at Stanford University. Together, Ben and the BioTypical team dive deep into the nuts and bolts of transformational work that's done at RGP Development.We have a SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY SALE running through TODAY! Save up to 30% on workshops using the link here.Confused about BioTypes?  Here's a starter episode that explains the Unani Biotypes and Systemic Psychology we reference.For more information on BioTypes visit www.RGPdevelopment.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIALSRodrigoInstagram (English)Facebook (English)Instagram (Español)Facebook (Español)RossInstagramFacebookTwitterBrianInstagramEdited by Dan PurcellSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rgpdevelopment)

The Pulse of Israel
Why the Chanukah Holiday is Transformational

The Pulse of Israel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 4:43


While plenty of people focus on the festive atmosphere of the Chanukah holiday and the gifts, too many people ignore the unbelievably transformational message of this miraculous holiday.

Business Innovators Radio
James Peters – Transformational Mindset Coach – Mark Stephen Pooler

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 32:15


James Peters | Transformational Mindset Coach “James Peters a Transformational Mindset Coach and Jay Shetty Certified Coach.James has been on one heck of a journey and his speciality is working with and helping to motivate “adversity survivors” so they can rediscover their true self. James coaches and inspires “Adversity Survivors” navigate between the in-between situations of life, so they can rediscover their passion, purpose, and freedom by providing them with a personalised coaching plan for success. James is an “adversity survivor” and a back story of pain and grief from 2017 of losing his dad, a son and then being accused of a crime he did not commit, being in jail and having to deal with the fear and pain of a trial that could have lead to a 20 year prison sentence.” Instagram: @jamespeterslifestyleWeb: James Peters LifestyleFacebook Group: Retrain Your Mind From Negative EmotionsSource: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/james-peters-transformational-mindset-coach-mark-stephen-pooler

Coaches Rising
An Ode To The Transformational Arena

Coaches Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 14:31


Today's podcast is different to the usual format. Instead of interviewing a guest I'll be sharing a few spontaneous thoughts on insights I've gained over the last years of my journey. I'm calling it an ode to the transformational arena based on how it turned out. I refer to our online coach training called The Power of Presence in the audio. Enrolment is open now and you can find out more by heading to www.coachesrising.com/powerofpresence

The Daily Article
Ariana Grande, "manifesting," and the path to a transformational Thanksgiving

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 8:57


Ariana Grande is the latest to discuss her “weird” manifestation gift, a trend that's been growing over the past fifteen years as people seek to find the god powers within. In The Daily Article for November 24, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison discusses this strategy for personal control in a world that feels out of control, reminding us who truly belongs on the throne of our hearts. The Daily Article is written by Dr. Jim Denison and narrated by Chris Nichter. Subscribe to the newsletter at denisonforum.org/subscribe.

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
A Casual Stroll 'Cross Your Golden Bridge of Consciousness with Katja Matosevic, Transformational Mindset Strategist

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 62:16


If you enjoy this podcast, please rate this show and leave a review! Even a few words can help. Just go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsTo catch Open Loops LIVE, make sure you follow our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OpenLoopsPodKatja Matosevic is Italy's "Wonder Woman of the Mind."  That's what Greg's calling her anyways. 'Cause she practices EVERYTHING.  Katja's a Certified Life & Mental Coach, NLP Practitioner, Hypnotherapist, EFT & TFT Practitioner, Usui Reiki Master, and Master of Energetic Techniques such as Karuna Qi, Quantum Reiki, Angelic Rays and Shamanic Medicine.How does it all fit together?  She joins Greg to discuss this, starting with how she healed her fibromyalgia using her own mind and how this catapulted her into created her new healing process, "The Golden Bridge." You'll learn how by connecting the subconscious mind to the Higher Mind of your soul, you can finally achieve personal mastery. Or even just conquer your fear of crossing bridges. Whichever comes first!  Katja's Links: https://www.liinks.co/katjamatosevic

B2B Growth
From Transactional Copy to Transformational Content w/ Rita Richa

B2B Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 23:14


In this Episode, Benji sits down with Rita Richa, producer at Sweet Fish to break down the much-needed move away from transactional copy. If you find your copy feeling stale, robotic, or just plain boring Rita provides the spice you need to find your voice and start producing transformational content. We discuss several strategies for better writing in this episode including the F.I.R.E acronym that we use here at Sweet Fish. To read the full blog about F.I.R.E, click here. Connect with Rita: LinkedIn Email Connect with Benji: LinkedIn Email

Fatherhood Friday’s
Healing the wounds of absent and abusive fathers

Fatherhood Friday’s

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:15


Today's guest Transformational coach and Intercessor father figure Ray Hurst will be unpacking impact of having absent/ abusive father . --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chalmer-williams/support

Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health
219: Therapy - It may not be easy but for me it was transformational with Elena Gabrielle

Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 67:32


This week we are joined by one of Bobby's favourite comedian friends Elena Gabrielle to visit the theme of therapy from the perspective of two people in it. We share some of the breakthroughs we've had and what lead to us seeking this kind of support. Give Wild deodorant a try at 20% off with code ‘MENTAL20' at https://wearewild.com/ Listen to Elena on Dating Games HERE & HERE Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition that affects the mind and how to better manage it. You can now join our Subsription on Apple Podcasts to support the show and get new episodes ad free… Petition to 'Get Mental Health Education on the School Curriculum' - Join us at bit.ly/MentalPetition Join the movement on: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram We also have a very blue website with loads of great resources HERE

Stacked with Joe DiStefano
169 | Scott Linde - Entrepreneurship & Transformational Foods for Health, Happiness and Well-Being

Stacked with Joe DiStefano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 73:53


Support the show (https://www.coachjoedi.com/joe-recommends )

Enthusiastically Spiritual
Igniting Your Inner Spark with Amanda Monnier

Enthusiastically Spiritual

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 39:47


How lit is your inner spark?Are you ready to remember, reawaken & ignite that inner spark?Then get ready to do just that with my guest Amanda Monnier.Amanda knows that she was put on earth to support people in waking up and remembering who they are. She helps empower her clients and helps them heal from the inside out, break ancestral patters, and shift into the fullest embodiment of who they are at a soul level.She is an energy healer, certified energetic allergy healing practitioner, certified magnetic mind coach, certified yoga teacher(CYT 200 & Yin Yoga), Emotion Code Practitioner, certified Transformational nutrition coach, and holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She is a woman on a mission to create a movement of healed, intuitively-connected humans- people who are on a truly aligned with their heart and soul, creating a life on their terms, and passionately unleashing their gifts into the world. She is completely committed to her soul work of changing lives.What enthusiastically spiritual mini morsels are in this episode:

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Interview #45: Rick Hayhurst and the healing power of “Noticing”.

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 49:03


Rick Hayhurst has been a manual therapist for 28 years and counting!  And a teacher of teachers in the manual therapy arena.  What that means is he knows how to help people “heal”.  Mentally, physically, and emotionally.   His surprisingly simple step 1 “the gift of noticing”.  Most people, it seems, do everything in their power other than notice.  Listen in.  You will be enlightened. Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript:  [music] 0:00:05.9 Mischa Zvegintzov: Welcome back, everybody, to the Tools for a Good Life Summit, and right now, I would like to introduce to you, Rick Hayhurst. Welcome, Rick.0:00:17.5 Rick Hayhurst: Hello, hello, hello.0:00:19.6 Mischa Z: Fantastic, welcome. I'm gonna read your bio real quick. So, Rick, you have been a manual therapist for about 38 years. I believe we hammered it out and decided it was 28 years. You've been a... Yup... You've been a coach for about 28 years as well. You've created and developed six different massage therapy schools. You have produced multiple continuing education programs, and this is for the manual therapy arena. Correct?0:00:52.8 Rick Hayhurst: Yes.0:00:53.1 Mischa Z: And you find yourself quite boring.0:00:57.7 Rick Hayhurst: Yes. Very uninteresting. [chuckle] A perfect coach. Yes.0:01:06.3 Mischa Z: I just wanna get right to it. So I think that... I want to know... You've been in manual therapies, and so when we talk about manual therapies, there's obviously massage, things like that. What else fits into manual therapies, when you say manual therapies?0:01:22.5 Rick Hayhurst: Anything that manipulates tissue. So if you think about... The chiropractor is a manual therapist, he's working manual... The physical therapist is a manual therapist. Anaprapath is a manual therapist. A massage therapist is a manual therapist. There are manual therapies that don't fit in those categories, so they're actually just manual therapists... They're called manual therapists.0:01:45.7 Mischa Z: Okay. And so, you tend to be more along the lines of the manual therapists that are manipulating tissues, then.0:01:51.8 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, yeah, in fact, the DO is a manual therapist, the doctor who has a DO designation, Doctor of Osteopathy, they actually learn osteopathic manipulations. So...0:02:01.9 Mischa Z: Oh cool.0:02:03.3 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah. So some of the continuing education programs that I run, have included all of those modalities. So not just one or the other, but... And pain management has been my study and also what I've produced over time. So in any case, those are manual therapies.0:02:21.8 Mischa Z: Cool. Thank you. Thank you for answering that question. And I noted for you, that you... Transformational massage and body work. And so, I think someone such as myself who maybe has been a bit... In my younger years, was a bit... What's the word? I don't know if... Skeptical... So not contemptuous, but skeptical of the usefulness of massage... Like, transformational, I would think. I'm not sure if that's something I would say about massage or other sorts of body work. But as I've gotten to where I am today, mentally and then emotionally, I'm like, "Oh yeah, we as humans, we hold a lot of stuff energetically, inside, that would be awesome if we could release it, via some transformational massage and body work." And I know you're gonna say yes to that. So my question to you is, tell me some before and afters that you've seen, with some of your clients, of like... Yeah, this was the state they came in. This is... We did. And this is where they are.0:03:40.2 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah. Such a great conversation to have. Really, what is the story your body is telling? What is that story? And every body is telling a story. The story your body is telling may or may not be the same story your mouth is telling. And so to really get into the distinction between what is the story the body is telling as a result of what is the energy that I'm holding. What is the trauma that I'm holding? You know, a ballet dancer is telling one story and then the person on the couch who hasn't moved for 30 years is telling... That body is telling a different story.0:04:18.1 Rick Hayhurst: And it's no judgment about one or the other, it's just a story that the body tells. And so when you think about the before and after of a transformational session... So fundamentally, I'm a coach. Fundamentally, I'm an educator, I'm a coach. I've been educating my whole professional life and coaching people through experiences of trauma, often, all of that time. So when you think about putting a session together for someone who has a body that's telling a story... So one story would be headaches. A woman walks in my room... Excuse me, "I've had headaches for 40 years, and I don't know what you're gonna do for me."0:04:56.3 Rick Hayhurst: And she's a little bit angry.0:04:58.0 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:05:00.4 Rick Hayhurst: And I said, "Well, I'm not gonna do anything for you because that presentation doesn't allow me to." I just wanna honor where you are and where you are is like, "I've had headaches for 40 years, and what are you gonna do about it?" Well, I'm not gonna do anything about it. But I'm gonna invite you to do something about it. And is that... Are you ready for that? Because maybe she's not. You gotta understand that 40 years of headaches and identity, it's not just a headache, it's an identity. And it's a story that lives inside of that person, and that's expressed in the body of that person.0:05:32.2 Rick Hayhurst: Now, if you look at where the body is, the body is a vehicle in life, so that lives in her life. Headaches live in her life. So if you wanna unravel that, you have to get that you're unraveling a life. You're unraveling an identity. So let me just check in with you. How is that occurring for you as I'm saying that?0:05:51.7 Mischa Z: I like it... Well, I don't like it, but I like it. I'm not sure if I'm answering the question.0:06:02.2 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, so, like it or not, what is it saying to you? What's occurring inside of your own body as you're hearing me say like 40 years... What are you gonna do about it? How is it occurring for you as I'm just being that person who's holding that space, that's saying, "I'm not gonna do anything about it."0:06:16.3 Mischa Z: Yeah, meaning... So you're asking me like if I were to hear, "Hey, Mischa, what are you gonna do about this?" Is that... Am I understanding that right?0:06:27.9 Rick Hayhurst: So we'll edit this out.0:06:28.9 Mischa Z: Yes...0:06:33.5 Rick Hayhurst: Yes. So... And then... And take two. So the gift of having that person who comes in who says, "I've got 40 years, what are you gonna do about it?" Healing happens on the inside. So healing is our responsibility. What are we gonna do to heal ourselves? Now, we look outside of ourselves for support for practitioners, therapists, etcetera. We look outside for the coach to say, "We need to do step one, step two, step three." Whether or not we do it is up to us. Whether or not our body changes as a result of a manual therapy is up to us.0:07:09.1 Mischa Z: Yes, okay.0:07:10.1 Rick Hayhurst: And sometimes, again, we have a holding pattern. It's an identity. Pain can become an identity. So a person comes in, 40 years of headaches, what do you gonna do about it? Nothing. What would you like to do about it? A lot of resistance. Like, "My doctor told me to come and that's why I came." Okay, great. Alright, great. Tell me about your headache. Wow. Now, you're getting to the story. I had a child and it's from the epidural, I'm sure of it. And that could be the case. It could be true. So I pull up some charts and I say, "Hey, let's just look at some pain patterns." And as you look at these charts, do you see yourself in any of these images of pain, the cause of pain and referral patterns, things like that?" And she says, "Yes. There's me, there's me, there's me, there's me."0:08:00.0 Rick Hayhurst: Now, when a person responds like that, the truth is, it probably is them. It probably is what they're dealing with. And so, I say, "Okay, great. Well, this is what I suggest. How about we treat these things." And before we do that, my question to you though is, you've had headaches for 40 years, you've seen doctors, you've seen specialists, you've changed your diet, you've done all kinds of things to approach healing these headaches or this headache. What is missing? And she says, "I don't know. I don't know." And I say, "Well, you have to get that something's missing in the formula because 40 years of treatment and still having the same pathology... Just... We're just looking at like... Is there something missing?0:08:46.1 Rick Hayhurst: She says, "Well, I really don't know. What do you think is missing?" And I said, "Proper treatment." I think proper treatment is missing. I think you're doing a great job with what you're doing, and you've landed in this chair. So let me just invite you to this experience. Maybe this experience can inform you or your body in a way that it hasn't been informed before. Great. She was a little like, "Okay." [chuckle] Like one of those.0:09:12.9 Rick Hayhurst: And I was so grateful for her, she's a beautiful human. We're talking about a beautiful woman, we're not talking about anything else. We're talking about a beautiful, educated... Highly educated human.0:09:25.5 Mischa Z: Yes.0:09:26.0 Rick Hayhurst: And so, I invited her to lay on the table, and I think I touched her for about 20 minutes. A little manual therapy in her head and her neck and treated what I saw in the charts that she defined as her. And finished... Again, just 20 minutes of manual therapy. And I said, "Let's just check in. How are you doing?" "Well, I don't have a headache anymore." And I said, "When's the last time you didn't have a headache?" "I told you it was 40 years ago." And I said, "Okay. So in 40 years, you have had zero interruption in the headache expressing itself painfully." "Yes, 40 years."0:10:07.2 Rick Hayhurst: And I said, "And today, right now, you don't have a headache." "I don't have a headache. What did you do?" And I said, "Let's just check in. Is it okay with you that you don't have a headache?" "Yes." "Okay. What I did was treat you according to what I explained in the beginning. And we looked at the charts and we just addressed what you pointed out, so we just followed your lead."0:10:33.3 Rick Hayhurst: "Wow, I don't have a headache." And I said, "What you have to define for yourself is, are you okay with that because I can't support you if you're not. So if you're okay with that, we can go forward. If you're not, then I can't treat you." "Well, I'm okay." I said, "Great. I'll see you in three days, and I want you in my schedule every three days for this much time. Let's just check in. We'll do six sessions." If we wanna cancel any of that we can. Let's just put it in a calendar. "Okay." So leaves, comes back in three days. "How are you doing?" "I don't have a headache." And I said, "Isn't that amazing?" "What did you do?" And I said, "Do you want the headache?" "No." And I said, "Then look at your face and tell your face that you don't want the headache." [chuckle]0:11:24.9 Rick Hayhurst: And she is confronted by that.0:11:29.0 Mischa Z: Yes. Yes.0:11:29.1 Rick Hayhurst: And I said, "Listen, you have an entire life set up to support being in pain, and I understand that." It's okay that you have that, but in order to change it, sometimes, we have to look at what are the systems that keep me in a holding pattern, and then how can I transform that holding pattern so that I can then transform the expression of the pain, which in this case is just a headache.0:11:54.1 Rick Hayhurst: And I said, "So I'm only inviting you. I'm just inviting you." It means nothing to me. And I hope you get out of pain, but it doesn't affect my life, but I'm just inviting you. Are you willing to be in this work? "Yes." [chuckle] "Great. Great." And the gift of this story is just that healing is possible. Healing is possible, and it starts really with the mindset. The expression of pain is not the beginning of the pain. You gotta get the iceberg... The tip of the iceberg is the expression of pain, but what's underneath of it. And so, as we address that mindset, are you okay with it? Do you want it? And what are the systems that you have in place to support what you used to have versus creating new systems to support what you want to have? Go ahead.0:12:47.0 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah. No, I wanna get to the question because I think this is naturally leading into the question, but I wanna make sure I ask it of you. So I'm gonna ask you a question. I'm also gonna put you on pause really quick 'cause as expected, my son has come to life, and he's... I don't know if you can hear him in the background, but he is just...0:13:06.0 Rick Hayhurst: No.0:13:06.2 Mischa Z: You can't? Okay, good.0:13:07.1 Rick Hayhurst: No, no. [chuckle]0:13:07.8 Mischa Z: Hold on.0:13:10.2 Mischa Z: So that leads me to the question. Naturally... I don't even think I need to ask this 'cause you were diving right in, but I do wanna frame it, and I think that that person right there that you're telling me the story is a great frame, but... I'm gonna give you a scenario and then I'm gonna ask you a question. Okay? Think of life as a three-legged stool of relationships, finances and health. Now, think of someone who is or was successful and has two of those legs fall out from under them. And this could be a combination of divorce, career upheaval, financial stress, kids acting out or not going in the direction they want. There could be physical health challenges like headaches for themselves or for loved ones. Maybe there's a death in the family and continued failed relationships.0:14:07.8 Mischa Z: And to top it off there, pull yourself up from your bootstraps, your fix it and your push your way through it methods that have served us for so... Well for so long are no longer working. They need new tools. So for me, I went through a divorce, financial upheaval. I was very successful at work, and then all of a sudden I wasn't and trying to... It was definitely existential crisis, midlife crisis, death in the family. Like working my way through it was no longer working. I needed new tools, and by the grace of God, I was willing to look and be open-minded.0:14:50.6 Mischa Z: So my question to you, thinking of your modality, transformational massage and body work, what are the exact next steps you would offer this person so they know they are headed in the new right direction, that they will have positive momentum towards getting their life back on track.0:15:17.2 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah. What a great question. It's such a beautiful question. You know, fundamentally, I'm a coach, I'm an educator. And when I hear that question, and I think about people who have physiological struggles and emotional struggles. And even just life struggles. I think that the biggest exact step to take is to pause. Is just to pause and just to notice. Sometimes we lose the leg of the chair and we don't even know we lost it. We could lose two legs of the chair and not know we lost it. Life is happening and life is happening fast, and life is happening chaotically sometimes.0:16:00.5 Rick Hayhurst: And so if I don't even notice where I am, like what my support system is. Did I lose a leg on that stool? There's really nothing else to say. I need to notice. I need to stop and pause and just notice. The gift of noticing is that it's noticing. It's not judging, it's not assessing, it's not evaluating, it's just noticing. And sometimes we notice more with a glance, than we notice as we focus in. Notice your vision as your focus sees one thing, the thing that you're looking at, but when you glance you see everything. And so noticing is akin to just a glance.0:16:43.7 Rick Hayhurst: Let's just get the whole picture. Let's not even articulate or define or call it... Like, the color blue. Let's just be with the experience of, well what is it to notice? What is it just to notice. So the exact next step in the chaos as you described it is... In my world is step one is just notice. Once you notice, you can begin then to take inventory of what you're noticing. You could then start defining and describing and articulating all of the elements that you're noticing. You wanna get... There's elements that you can notice and you can define and you can articulate, but there's elements that you can't even know. It's just beyond your view. Or sometimes it doesn't have a language yet. Sometimes we can't articulate what we're noticing.0:17:38.5 Mischa Z: This may sound like a silly question, but I'm curious. Someone's like... What would you tell someone when you're like... If you say, "I want you to notice. I want you to do that." Just glance. Glance around and notice. What are... What's like an actionable step to notice? And that might sound funny, but literally someone who's not used to it is... You gotta be like, "Well, here's how you notice things," for example.0:18:06.0 Rick Hayhurst: No. I have a whole practice of people who say, "What do you mean notice." And I say, "Just look." Just look. What is the circumstance? Just look. The gift of that is knowing that... Were we raised in a culture where someone said, "Look." Were we raised in a family where someone said, "Hey, just look." Were we raised in a situation where we... Did we foster that? Has our life fostered that? Where like just noticing is part of the process.0:18:41.6 Rick Hayhurst: The majority of people that I work with haven't been given permission to notice. They've been in the practice of not noticing because the job requires them to not notice. I can't work on this headache, I gotta be at this office. I have to teach this course. I can't notice this headache, I gotta go home and raise this child. I can't notice his headache, I got a husband to deal with. I can't notice this headache, I got parents that are aging.0:19:13.0 Rick Hayhurst: I can't notice this headache, I got something else. So being willing just to notice, gives you access to, "What are all of the things? What are all the things?" Sometimes, noticing the things are just like, "Wow, this is amazing. There's a rose there. It's in full bloom." "Well, what else do you notice about the rose?" "Oh, there's a couple of thorns." And if you don't notice, you might grab it, and it will let you know.0:19:38.8 Mischa Z: I like that. I liked about what you were saying too, in regards to those scenarios, it's like, notice peRick Hayhurstaps your physical state, notice peRick Hayhurstaps your work state, notice peRick Hayhurstaps the relationship state or your relationships state, I guess is, if I'm hearing what you're saying.0:20:00.3 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah. I view the world holistically, as holistically as I can, and I support whole people. I don't support one aspect of human. When you deal with healing, you're dealing with healing the whole of human. Now, I'm not healing anyone, I'm inviting people into a circumstance where they can experience something for themselves, and by virtue of that, transformation can occur. So it's really a matter of setting up circumstance and inviting people into the circumstance. Making sense?0:20:34.3 Mischa Z: I love that. Yeah, it does, totally. So cool. Pause, notice, step one, which... And I'm guessing, I think I heard you imply, step two is inventory, or were we ready to move on to the next step? I don't mean to push on but...0:20:48.6 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, absolutely. So once you pause and notice, and again, just with a glance, we can notice more, than with a focus. Once we notice and we kinda take it all in, then we can start to articulate or maybe even lean in, lean in to what draws you. For example, I have headaches, but if I notice the experience I'm having from a more holistic point of view, I may not even be drawn to the headache. If I've been telling the story about the headache like it's from an epidural, I actually may be drawn to the divorce that happens soon after the child was born. I may be drawn to cancer that my great-aunt had, that I didn't even know was there to notice.0:21:34.3 Rick Hayhurst: Maybe just lean in and let yourself be drawn to that thing that needs attention, instead of... Mentally, we got it all figured out, don't we? We got it all figured out, and the world is so safe 'cause I got it all figured it out. I don't have to worry about too many adventures, because I got it all figured out. I can control everything 'cause I got it all figured out. Let's just pretend for a moment, that we don't have to have it all figured out and that we can just lean into something. It may take me somewhere that I just never thought about. I may be leaning into like, "Oh wow, I had twins, one died, one was born. I've only focused on the one that was born. I never even gave a chance for me to grieve the fact that I lost a child." Now, that's possible, leaning in gives us access to what is that thing that's speaking to us, that may need our attention that we just never even thought of. Again, without judging, without evaluating, because we lean in and we lean into the field, the pasture. Okay, why is that getting my attention? I don't know. But just lean into it for a moment, be with that pasture.0:22:38.7 Mischa Z: And so lean in, is one way I'm hearing this is, peRick Hayhurstaps let your thoughts go a direction where you were hesitant to let them go before?0:22:51.3 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, if you're willing to lean in, it may not be a thought, it may not be a feeling. It may be beyond thought and feeling. There is a space before thought and feeling. And so, leaning in can just give you access to something you haven't thought or felt, so that becomes a moment of discovery. And without it being too esoteric and too like, "Okay, that's cuckoo." Without creating that for people, just giving us permission to lean into, "What is the experience of my life that needs attention?" And it could simply be the headache. Like, "I'm leaning in. Okay, the headaches. Got it. Okay, great. Let's do that," or, "You know when I had that argument with my mom 10 years ago? It's still alive for me. Okay, let's work on... Let's treat that. What is the thing?" The thing might be exactly what we think it is, and it might not be what we think it is. Pain is not necessarily physical, and also not necessarily emotional. What is it? Well, I don't know what it is for you, but if you lean in, you might get clear like, "Okay, there's this thing, there's this thing. I used the wrong hair dye, so there's that thing," like, "Oh man, that's taking my attention."0:24:13.5 Mischa Z: How do you... When you're telling someone to lean in, are you giving them any guidance in that regard? It might sound crazy or a weird question, but are you just... Is it more of lean in and let... Me just telling you lean in, let the experience take you where it's gonna be, or are you like, "Hey, lean in and I want you to stop and take five minutes, or I want you to pull out a pen and paper or... "0:24:45.6 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah. What a great question. It's not overly prescriptive. So that when you give people permission to be free, which is really the new... That's the new mindset, is to be free, it's not overly prescriptive. It's rather an exercising guiding people to an experience that they may never have had before. When you consider an experience that we never had before, we might use the word possibility. If you lean into what's possible, what's possible is an experience you may never had before. And so, if we're overly prescriptive, then we narrow the view. So I could be overly prescriptive, but is that gonna support what you need?0:25:34.9 Rick Hayhurst: And if I'm willing to listen to the story of your body and give you access to, "What is the story that it's telling?" I really wanna be out of the way of that. I want you to be free in that. But that's challenging for people. A lot of us live in this situation where we prefer for someone else to tell us. I'm not responsible, man. If you tell me, I'm not responsible. So I could tell you and then you wouldn't be responsible. Okay, great. Now we don't have healing. We have something else. [chuckle]0:26:11.0 Mischa Z: Yeah. Cool. I like it. Thank you for that. Alright. Lean in. What do we do after we lean in a little bit?0:26:20.1 Rick Hayhurst: It's really up to you, but I feel like, again, using the headache as the foundation of the example, foundation of the story, as we got to lean into that story, there were several things that came forward, and some were career, some were home, some were relationship. And so, we did get a chance to do some coaching around home, career and relationship, and we got to really explore that from a coaching point of view and how those things are contributing factors, we would call them, to the system of headaches. So there's some contributing factors. And as a coach, I don't get into the emotional process so much, although there's emotion there a lot of times, but rather, coaching is about finding the limitation, and it can be really about looking for the breakthrough. If you got this career thing going on, what is it that you want to create? We got what you got. But what do you want to create? And then really stepping into, "Okay, great, if that's what you wanna create for yourself, then what's standing in the way?" And now, that's again, up to that person, it's not up to me, it's up to that person. What are the things that when they lean in, what are the things that are showing up?0:27:42.0 Rick Hayhurst: And obviously, there's that practical aspect of, "Okay, what do you wanna deal with? What's most important to you?" What's most important for me, in any of the scenarios of my work, is pain, pain is priority, and that's how I coach, pain is priority. So if you've got pain, we gotta deal with that first, we can deal with every other thing, but we gotta deal with the headaches, because you don't really care about that relationship when you got a headache, that's disrupting your life. You don't care about career coaching when you got a headache that's disrupting your life, you know, like... And it becomes a ridiculous conversation to step over it, so for me, I coach that pain is a priority, let's not pretend, let's deal with that, and whether I can deal with that or send you to some place that can deal with that, that's okay. There's no attachment there. What is the therapy that you need, what is the treatment that you need, and let's deal with the pain. We can deal with all those other things, like there's a whole system to support those things, but that's what I would say in terms of, what do we deal with, well, first I would say pain, but the rest of that is just up to you, that's up to you too, by the way, if you prefer to be in pain. Remember my question to her was, is it okay with you? Because it wasn't okay with her at first.0:29:04.3 Mischa Z: Yeah, I'm struck that we're not talking about a lot of massage and body work and... Can you answer that? Or talk to that?0:29:32.1 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, absolutely. So I'm a manual therapist and I'm a coach. And transformational work is really about the mindset that is in play, creating limitations in the expression of life, and so when you're looking at limitation, yes, there's headaches there in this example, but what are the contributing factors? If we don't deal with contributing factors, we're not treating a headache, we're treating a symptom, we're not treating a headache. If you look at the whole person, you get to be aware of there are these manual therapy techniques to treat headaches, and it's not very difficult, but hydration is super important with headaches. It might be minimal in cause of headaches, but that could be a contributing factor. So there's that. There's like, oh yeah, there's this contributing factors, but your question is around, we're not really talking about manual therapy so much, we're talking about these other things, when you're thinking about transformational work, mindset is key. So in my last school, the fundamental program was mindset training. We predicated an entire program in mindset training, and we taught technique on top of that.0:30:50.9 Mischa Z: So the manual massage technique on top of the mindset.0:30:54.5 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, yes, exactly. That's right.0:31:00.7 Mischa Z: And so I think two things, one, just the fact... And you can tell me if I'm wrong, but I get the impression that even just having that physical work done, if your mindset isn't quite right yet, but it can provide relief and release of energy and open up, thinking that maybe just the idea that someone goes in and says, "Alright, I'm willing to be worked on. I'm willing to have this massage modality to start releasing energy and peRick Hayhurstaps giving these space to start to notice, using your words are giving me space to start articulating or leaning in," right? So, am I intuitively looking at that correctly or no?0:32:03.5 Rick Hayhurst: Caroline Myss gives us a great gift in her work Anatomy of the Spirit where she teaches that we can access healing through any aspect of self. I can access healing for my physical being as I manage my spiritual being. I can access healing from my physical being as I manage my emotional being or my mental being. So, exactly as you're saying, "Can I access healing as you work on my physical being?" Absolutely. There doesn't need to be a word spoken. And so... Fundamentally, I'm an educator and a coach, so that's not my purview. I don't necessarily do that kind of work, I don't got to touch [chuckle] There's an earthquake. [chuckle]0:32:54.6 Mischa Z: And coaster. [chuckle] Go on. Okay, no, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you don't just primarily address the physical or via touch, I guess would be the way to say...0:33:07.2 Rick Hayhurst: No, in fact... And it doesn't really matter, it doesn't matter. It's just a matter of what is... For the person who's the practitioner, what is their purview? It's called best use of the self. What is best use? It's called, sorry. So what is the best use of me as a contributor in life, what's the best use? My best use is as an educator and a coach. I have training and experience in pain management as a manual therapist, so I get to contribute in that way, but when I walk in a room, I walk in the room as a whole being with a whole lot of training and experience in the breadth of healing work. So my lens isn't just, "Can I touch you?" It's not the lens.0:33:56.7 Mischa Z: No for sure. Yeah.0:33:58.0 Rick Hayhurst: The lens is different, and for people who have only that lens, that is perfect. That's perfect. You can absolutely change of being with... Well, honestly, with just your presence. You don't have to touch.0:34:15.4 Mischa Z: Yeah. I was just... I think of two things, I think of somebody who, excuse my language, the shit's hit the fan in their life for all intents and purposes. And they're like, alright, like I said, peRick Hayhurstaps my neurosis or my lack of control as it was starting, [chuckle] the world was shining its light on my lack of control, the illusion of control was being stripped away faster than I appreciated. And for me, like I went and did some different style of work of modalities, tapped into different modalities that helped give me hope that it was gonna be okay. It's like there's that period where for me, I was not suicidal, but I was like, I see why people take their lives, 'cause I had hit that dark place in life where my thinking... It was just dark, I was like, "Holy crap, I see why people peRick Hayhurstaps end their lives," I don't mean to go there, to necessarily go dark here, but I was like, "Yeah, okay." I had more empathy, and so I was like, "Alright, I need more than just... " I was like, "Oh yeah, meditation or journaling," or I started doing some more energy-style work or for whatever reason, then it's like, "Oh yeah, that massage is such a good... "0:36:09.1 Mischa Z: To start letting out that energy of historically, we've been bottling it up, so I think that like what you offer, what massage offers, and you can validate this or not, is to give somebody that grain of hope that like, "Hey, we don't need to fix it all, you can come in, we can start talking. You can get some manual work done and we might not fix the problem in the moment, but you will feel like you are heading in that new right direction." Have you seen that? 'Cause I think... I'm just trying to bring it down to this more real, like... We've got somebody that's hurting emotionally, mentally, peRick Hayhurstaps it's coming out and then physically. It's like, "Oh hey. It's all gonna be okay. Come on in. Let's get you a massage. Let's start having a conversation," right?0:37:14.9 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, it's a beautiful, beautiful reminder that we just don't need words, that sometimes I just need to be touched, and that's what I mean. And the validation that comes through touch is extraordinary, and that validation alone says, "Oh my goodness, I'm okay." Like I can be okay, and that touch reminds me, all of a sudden I might be living upstairs and all that swirl, and that touch just brings me back down into my body, reminds me like, "Oh wow, I have a torso." I have legs, I have feet, I have hands, like, "Wow, I have this." And so that swirl that was happening five seconds ago can just magically disappear as a result of not only the validation, but the physiological response to the touch, which is endorphins, and various levels of endorphins and endorphins are the body's central painkillers, they're our pleasure, feelings. So just by virtue of this positive touch, endorphins are released into the body, creating a sense of wellness, changing some of that other negative, whatever the chemicals are that's causing some events, that stress response. So it's absolutely true, valid, important and necessary to have positive touch in our lives. So, I'm not a non-touch therapist although I can be, and I think that it's absolutely prudent for every human to be touched in a positive way. So positive, healthy touch can change communities.0:39:00.9 Rick Hayhurst: Imagine instead of going... I used to say this actually a lot when we were dealing with the war in Iraq, even the first Gulf War, like, what if we just went over and sent a hug committee? Instead of what we're doing, what if we just laid a hand on top of a hand, and just sat in the quiet like that for a moment, what would happen then? What if we put world leaders together and we just... Instead of sitting uncomfortably, shoulder to shoulder, what if we actually just figured a way that, what would be safe for you to lay my hand on your shoulder? Can I just lay my hand on your shoulder? And just run experiments like that. What would happen? Touch is prudent in the world, we have the science for that, and even before the science, we have been knowing for that, and we have expressions of that. Thank you mom for holding me.0:40:02.2 Mischa Z: Yeah. Cool, so just back to the steps, I'm trying to give people actionable... Actionable content so they can... We don't need to solve the problem now, we just need to get people headed in the new right direction. And so someone walks in, you're like, "Hey, you know what? Let's pause. Let's notice, this is what I'm gonna encourage you to do. In the meantime, let's do some work." Whatever modality, touch modality or bodywork modality... I'm looking over at my notes and then lean in to what's coming up. 'Cause stuff's gonna come up. If I'm willing and I'm leaning in and I'm physically... If I'm manually being manipulated, I don't know if that's the right term to use, but stuff's gonna start coming up that we need to start paying attention to. So then we go, what was our third step? Then it was like, alright, sort of address, pluck out what we wanna work on. Is that what I heard you say?0:41:22.0 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah so if pain... If you've got pain, pain is first. Pain is first. There's so many ways to address manual therapy, you can think of the spa massage as, is this the common understanding of massage therapy? Like Swedish massage? That's wonderful. Deep tissue massage that's wonderful. We don't have to talk about that, we don't have to talk about anything. Just like enjoy. [chuckle] And I'm a spa lifer. I'm a spa lifer. I'm a weekly on a table somewhere, and have been and blessed in this life from being educated this way, but I don't go to talk, I go to receive. And then that's my process. Talking isn't necessary part of the process, but in terms of what do you do next in the practical steps when you're thinking about a manual therapy or a healing paradigm, you get to prioritize what that is, if there's no pain, what is it that you wanna work on? And maybe this is just stress management, maybe it's just that relaxation, that's okay. There's a lot of things to look at, so it's...0:42:33.3 Mischa Z: I love that.0:42:34.1 Rick Hayhurst: Not as simple as step one, step two, step three. When people say, "Well, what do you do? If you're gonna work with me in manual therapy, what do u do?" I listen and follow, that's all I do; I listen and follow. What do you do in a coaching session? I listen and follow. What do you do with clients when you're setting up a marketing plan? I listen and follow. What are you doing when you're creating communities for transformation? I listen and follow. What is the training? The training is to listen and follow.0:43:05.5 Mischa Z: I love that. What... Have we missed anything as far as our imaginary person or our headache person or... Are you like, let's just... I guess I'm looking for the end point or not, I'm going, alright, how are we gonna put a bow on this?0:43:30.9 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, yeah, I love that. I love that. So we worked together probably for two years, in that time, one time she said that she had a headache come back, but it wasn't the same headache she had for 40 years, so just a different experience in her body, wherever that restriction was. And then years later, she invited me to get together for lunch, and so we got together for lunch, and she said to me, "I still don't have headaches, and I gotta tell you, you changed my life, and I tell everyone about you," and I said, "No, you changed your life." Healing happens on the inside, and so that, there was something that inspired you to make some changes, even if that was the touch or the conversation or whatever, the changes occur as a result of our willingness to make those changes, the restriction releases as a result of us being willing to release the restriction. Yes, somebody might touch you, someone might say something valuable, like I'm an amazing coach, I'm a great coach, but healing happens on the inside, you are responsible for that, and I wanna hold the space for you to be safe in that and then to guide you in the ways that I can, according to my education experience, and then if it is beyond me, I need to refer you out.0:44:48.1 Mischa Z: Yes, I love that. Yeah. Fantastic. Very good. I'm looking on my notes. So I think that that is a good place to stop. And so, if this interview with Rick was fantastic and you want to get even more content from Rick, upgrade to the all access pass for that bonus interview, which is what we are going to do next. Any final thoughts to share that we did not get a chance to cover, Rick?0:45:26.9 Rick Hayhurst: Drink more water, and go take a walk.0:45:31.0 Mischa Z: I love it. Sometimes it's as simple as that, right?0:45:34.7 Rick Hayhurst: Yeah, it is.0:45:36.8 Mischa Z: Oh my God, thank you for that. That's amazing. And you can find Rick at blitzbe.com, www.B-L-I-T-Z-B-E.com, as well as transformationalcoach.us. And it's spelled as it sounds, transformationalcoach.us. Again, click the button on this page. It could be there, it could be over there to get unlimited access to all of these interviews in the All access pass. Thank you, Rick.0:46:13.2 Rick Hayhurst: Thank you, brother.

School Leadership Series with Daniel Bauer
From The Vault: Transformational Listening

School Leadership Series with Daniel Bauer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 3:25


Host Daniel Bauer provides weekday motivation for the modern educator. Listeners can expect tools and tricks from a variety of sources: inspirational books, stories from the mastermind, and weekly challenges. Learn more and listen to the category defining leadership conversation for school leaders, Better Leaders Better Schools at https://betterleadersbetterschools.com   Copyright © 2021 Better Leaders Better Schools

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S27E21 - Transformational Insights and Becoming a Master Mentor, with Scott Miller

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 30:52


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Scott Miller about transformational insights and becoming a master mentor. See the video here: https://youtu.be/Y5lOD-jh2xs. Capping a twenty-five-year career in which he served as chief marketing officer and executive vice president, Scott Miller (https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottmillerj1/) is currently FranklinCovey's senior advisor on thought leadership, leading the strategy, development, and publication of the firm's bestselling books. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
The O'Reilly Update, November 11, 2021

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 12:49


The President says Americans don't understand supply chain problems, Donald Trump targets Republicans who backed Biden's Infrastructure Bill, a new study shows Critical Race Theory taught in the country's most prestigious schools, Americans take-on more debt than ever before. Plus, Bill's Message of the Day, Biden's ‘Transformational' Vision. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The KORE Women Podcast
Author of Three Best-Selling Books, Expert in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Transformational Meditation, and Coach - Elle Graniel

The KORE Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 29:43


This week on the KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson talks with Ell Graniel, who has over 25 years of experience in the neuroscience space, has her degree in Communication, training and certifications in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), negotiation, personality type predictors, and authored three international best-selling books. Her most recent book is “The Team Whisperer – Successfully Lead a Cross Generation, Race, and Gender Team.”  Ell's passion for inspiring others began over thirty-five years ago when she became a certified group fitness instructor, manager, and key-note speaker for companies, such as 24-Hour Fitness and Beach Body's Chalene Johnson. In 1996, she began training with the International Academy of Self-Knowledge (IASK) where she became one of only a dozen people on the planet certified to implement the process of Transformational Meditation (TfM). Ell is a coach, a best-selling author, is the founder and CEO of a business called “Truespeak.” You can connect with Ell Graniel by going to LinkedIn at: Ell Graniel, On Instagram at: truespeak.us, and her website at: www.truespeak.US She is also offering a Free Book to Download at: FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD  https://theteamwhisperer.us  Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com

Sojourn Campus Church Podcast

What is the root cause of problems in the world and in our personal lives? How a person chooses to answer this profoundly impacts how one lives their life. Today we learn how the author of Hebrews talks about atonement and holiness as Pastor Craig preaches from the book of Hebrews chapters 9-10.

Mindful Social Business
Transformational Conversations with Toi B. James

Mindful Social Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 44:59


When we come to a real meeting of the minds, it can transform the relationship and the perspective that each brings to the table. So how do we learn to have these transformational conversations? I recommend you start by reading Toi B. James” book, of Talk About It: 12 Steps to Transformational Conversations…Even When You Disagree. Note: Mindful Social listeners will receive a discount on the soft copy of Talk About It: Website (only): https://store.bookbaby.com/book/Talk-About-It Discount: $4.99 off (excludes ebook) Discount code: thankyou Dates: Nov. 4 – Nov. 30, 2021 Get more details on the blog. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support

Conscious Millionaire  J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week
2217: Limitless Show: Dame Doria Cordova: The Power of Entrepreneurial Education

Conscious Millionaire J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 29:27


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... Dame Doria Cordova: The Power of Entrepreneurial Education Dame Doria Cordova is the CEO / Owner of Excellerated Business Schools® / Money & You® – the organization that brought Entrepreneurial, Experiential, Transformational educational programs, since 1979 with nearly 200,000 graduates from over 85 countries. She is a global business developer, humanitarian, philanthropist, a best-selling author. Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster! 

Conscious Millionaire Show
2217: Limitless Show: Dame Doria Cordova: The Power of Entrepreneurial Education

Conscious Millionaire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 29:27


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... Dame Doria Cordova: The Power of Entrepreneurial Education Dame Doria Cordova is the CEO / Owner of Excellerated Business Schools® / Money & You® – the organization that brought Entrepreneurial, Experiential, Transformational educational programs, since 1979 with nearly 200,000 graduates from over 85 countries. She is a global business developer, humanitarian, philanthropist, a best-selling author. Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster! 

LaJune Singleton, LLC Health, Nutrition, & Wellness
Talking Holistic Transformational Healing with Nicole Rebecca

LaJune Singleton, LLC Health, Nutrition, & Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 66:59


This beautiful soul discusses her healing from sexual assault/abuse and learning to find her voice --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lajune-singleton/support

Family Brand: Take Back Your Family
51. Finding Identity Through Navigating A Faith Crisis with Thomas McConkie

Family Brand: Take Back Your Family

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 55:35


Hey guys! Chris and Melissa here, we're bringing you a really big conversation today. One that is difficult for many families to navigate. According to research, one component that makes up a strong family is shared spirituality. But what happens when a family member steps away from your faith? Research shows that last year, for the first time ever, Gallup reported America's membership in houses of worship dropped to 47%. A significant difference from the 50% reported in 2018 and even farther from 70% in 1999. This is more than just numbers. For individuals and families, this can be a really challenging dynamic.Today we have a thought-provoking conversation with Thomas McConkie. Thomas teaches courses on mindfulness and adult development through the Lower Lights organization in Salt Lake City. Where seekers of diverse faith orientations can discover new depths and heights in their evolving identity. Thomas takes us on his journey of developing his faith by leaning into the doubt he felt at a young age.  From Christianity to Buddhism and back to Christianity 20 years later, Thomas has unique insight into the root of a faith crisis. Listen in as Thomas talks about the importance of identity and how it's the questions we ask that lead us to who we really are. He talks about the transformational power that doubt has and how it can help you find a deeper quality of faith (if you let it). You'll get practical tips and practices for navigating doubt in your own life, as well as what you can do if there is a faith struggle within your family.  Join us as we discuss the healthy ways your family can grow together and how you can bring a deeper sense of belonging to your kids even if they've strayed from the path.  To find the resources we talked about in this episode, check out the links below!  More Of What's Inside: The reason behind a faith crisis Finding the balance between stability and change Exercising caution when navigating an identity crisis Allowing yourself to be uncomfortable Embracing your change to understand others better Leaning into doubt as an indicator of growth Transformational doubt vs. dangerous doubt Practical tips to handling your doubt Finding the wisdom in doubt Why doubt is important for faith How mindfulness can help your family And much more!     GUEST LINKS: Book: https://www.amazon.com/Navigating-Mormon-Faith-Crisis-Developmental Podcast: https://www.mindfulnessplus.org/ Website: https://lowerlightswisdom.org/   Website:   familybrand.com     Social:   Facebook: www.facebook.com/FamilyBrandOfficial Instagram: www.instagram.com/ourfamilybrand YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu-7odB6gkPbyXpUIQLkrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurFamilyBrand     Free course:   familybrand.com/10steps     Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 - What we cover today! 0:42 - Introducing Thomas McConkie 2:37 - Why a faith crisis happens 7:46 - Understanding the nature of humans 11:38 - What questions can reveal about ourselves 16:24 - Connecting to discomfort in a deeper way 20:59 - How to help others who may be doubting 23:41 - Red flag indicators for dangerous doubt  28:16 - How doubt has played a role in Thomas' life 32:33 - Creating space for people on a journey 35:58 - Meditation benefits in the home 41:34 - Uniting as a family past beliefs 48:04 - The importance of wanting each other

Remembering Enlightenment
Transformational-Creative Coaching with Dr. Tressa Berman

Remembering Enlightenment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 31:45


Did you know that you can use your creative pursuits as a way to transform yourself? Our friend Dr. Tress Berman is an expert coach in doing just that! We had the privilege of having her on the podcast, listen in as she sharesThe 3 pillars to creative transformation and how to get clarity and focus on each oneWhat sabotages our success within our transformation and what we can do about itHer insightful perspective of a better way to look at  “balance” and finding the right medicine for what we are needing.Plus many more gold nuggets to take with you and your creative journey.To learn more about Dr. Tressa, visit her website or find her on Instagram.If you enjoy this podcast, we would love to hear from you.Please, leave us a review on iTunes!You can also reach out to us at MikelleAndSariah.com if you have a question about this content you would like answered on the podcast. Or you can DM us on Instagram or Facebook with any questions - our handle is @rememberingenlightenment.The music for this episode was created by HookSounds.

Middle Finger to Perfection
Transformational Gratitude

Middle Finger to Perfection

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 44:01


HERE'S A SNEAK PEEK OF THE GOODNESS…“Gratitude is one of the quickest and surest ways to have a mindset and mood shift.” — Jenna“Gratitude can raise our happiness set point.” — Ashley“Gratitude begets gratitude.” — Ashley“Gratitude is also a sneaky b*tch but in the best possible way because she is alchemizing sh*t behind the scenes that manifests over time.” — JennaWHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE…Gateway + next-level gratitude practicesGratitude as a manifestation toolWhat we're most grateful for right nowWhat to do when you're not feeling gratefulWhy gratitude is so important and what it means to usLINKSAshley's Happy as F*ck Habit JournalAshley's Happy as F*ck Journal Prompt DeckThe Quantum Coaching Academy (QCA) with thequantum.coach, Ashley GordonShare the Eff Perfect love with a fellow perfectionist, procrastinator, or people pleaser!And because we're in this together, be sure to take the Eff Perfect Pledge.And follow us on Instagram @effperfect!Shop the lookbook

Tara Talks
94: The moon, the universe, the planets - let's talk transformational astrology with guest Monika Anna of Modern Yaga

Tara Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 54:22


What is Transformational Astrology? How can we manifest with the universe? What impact does the time we were born have over our personalities and does the moon really impact us?!You bet! That's exactly what we're diving into today! Understanding what Transformational Astrology really is, the benefits of it, its impact on our spectrum of emotions, communications, money matters and relationships and how we can work with this!For more information, please do connect with Monika on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/modernyaga/ Or check out her website - modernyaga.comIf you've loved this episode, make sure you take a screenshot and share it on social media, make sure you tag me too so I can personally thank you! www.instagram.com/tarapuntercoaching For more info, visit our website: www.tarapuntercoaching.co.uk Music Wholesome by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesomeLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Sojourn Campus Church Podcast
New Covenant Advantage

Sojourn Campus Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021


What are the advantages of being a Christian according to the writer of the book of Hebrews? Join with Sojourn as Pastor Craig preaches from Hebrews chapters 8-9.

EmpowHERed Podcast
Episode 66: Transactional vs Transformational - October 31, 2021

EmpowHERed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 2:34


Action and Ambition
Vu Truong Established A World-Class Late-Stage Clinical Development Firm Focused On Developing Transformational, First-In-Class Antiviral And Antibacterial Respiratory Diseases

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 41:37


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast. Guesting on the show is the CEO at Aridis Pharmaceutical, Vu Truong. Aridis is a privately held infectious diseases startup based in San Jose, California, USA. Aridis' sophisticated formulation and delivery technologies are paired with its proprietary product range to produce effective therapeutic candidates packaged in easy-to-administer "ready-to-use" formats. The company's pipeline of novel mechanism antibacterial and antivirals derived from its patented technology platforms, intended to fight the growing public health danger posed by viral pandemics and antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) bacteria. In almost every infectious condition, a group of disease-free individuals may be developing rare, robust, protective immune responses to even fatal infections. Human monoclonal antibodies are frequently the essential defensive components. Aridis' discovery technology platform seeks to identify and translate these components into novel medicines for the benefit of the general public. Tune in, and don't miss out on learning more about this medical breakthrough!

Value Investing with Legends
Bringing An Outside Perspective Through Transformational Activism with Mason Morfit

Value Investing with Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 60:23


In a world of plentiful capital and compressed yields, activism and being the agent of one's returns is a way forward.   Transformational activism in particular is centered around a deep commitment and trusting relationship between the investor and the company. This multi-dimensional approach forgoes short-term solutions like financial engineering and instead focuses on working with great leaders to put together the right people, resources, and strategies for long-term results.   Few firms exemplify the value creation associated with shareholder engagement and activism better than ValueAct and today I'm joined by Mason Morfit, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of ValueAct Capital.   Mason Morfit is a Partner, the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of ValueAct Capital, a governance-oriented investment fund with over $14 billion in assets under management. ValueAct has a very highly concentrated portfolio and one of its partners has served on the Boards of Directors of 44 public companies over the life of this great activist fund. Mason himself has served as a director of Microsoft Corporation, Valeant, Bard, Immucor, and many other companies.   In this episode, Mason and I discuss why he became interested in the psychological aspect of economics, how the activist investor landscape has shifted, the difference between transactional and transformational activism, the value of a learn-teach relationship, and so much more!   Key Topics:   The advantages of Mason's experience growing up as an outsider (2:30) What drew Mason to studying economics and psychology (3:48) Working in the health care group at Credit Suisse First Boston in the late 90s (5:37) Mason's introduction to activist investing (7:24) Activist investing in the time of the imperial CEO (9:42) How corporate scandals and Sarbanes-Oxley changed the landscape for ValueAct (10:44) 20 years of network and relationship building (12:54) The immense value of documentation and knowledge sharing (13:50) Defending against self-attribution bias (15:24) The inherent problems with a public company board (17:48) ValueAct's role in mitigating against bureaucratic biases (18:24) Integrating the work of board committees (19:37) Psychological paradigms that emerge based on corporate history (22:18) Shifting paradigms that no longer work (24:14) Differentiating between transactional and transformational activism (28:15) Finding opportunities in interesting times (30:36) ValueAct's mission (31:38) The key ingredients of ValueAct's successes (34:37) Creating a learn-teach relationship (35:46) How the learn-teach relationship helps with organizational diagnosis (37:44) Creating an environment that empowers truth (39:38) The changing Japanese corporate governance landscape (41:25) Olympus as a case study of ValueAct's expansion into Japan (43:31) ValueAct's unique approach to investing in the Japanese market (47:45) Why activism today is more relevant than ever before (49:53) Shifting opportunities for an activist investor (51:51) Creating 21st century global champions (54:04) The disproportionate reward of disruptors at the expense of incumbents (55:27) Mason's book recommendations (57:14) And much more!   Mentioned in this Episode:   ValueAct Capital John Irving's Book | The World According to Garp Kazuo Ishiguro's Book | The Remains of the Day Sir Lawrence Freedman's Book | Strategy: A History   Thanks for Listening!   Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at valueinvesting@gsb.columbia.edu.   Follow the Heilbrunn Center on social media on Instagram, LinkedIn, and more!

Fit Food Junkies
6 Steps to Lasting Change, Building Transformational Habits, and Unlocking your Human Potential with International Speaker in Mindset Development, Rod Hairston

Fit Food Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 36:47


Today on Fit Food Junkies podcast, I interview Rod Hairston, an international authority in mindset development and peak performance.⁣⁣Growth-UWe discuss:⁣⁣- how to unlock your human potential⁣- challenges⁣- discomfort ⁣- taking action to build intelligent and intentional habits⁣- visioning ⁣- lasting change⁣- mindset development⁣- peak performance 

Dreams ARE Real
Ep 162: There is opportunity even in destruction with Teresa Wilson, CEO and Co-Founder of HubTEN Global

Dreams ARE Real

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 92:56


Whatever you focus upon, good or bad, will become your reality. Teresa Wilson, CEO and Co-Founder of HubTEN Global is forging a community of incredible wellness advocates, healers, and heart-centered leaders with the common goal of creating dreams and living in a positive, healthy way. I appreciate Teresa's willingness to share the trauma instability can wreak upon a child, finding her literal Dr. Love only to lose him a few years later, and the pivotal rebirth she experienced thanks to a friend's invitation.   About the Guest: Teresa Wilson is a certified health and life coach and doTERRA Wellness Advocate, as well as the Creator, Founder, and CEO of hubTEN Global, the Transformational Empowerment Network which is an online Transformational hub focused on health and healing in all areas of life such as healthy minds, bodies, spirits, homes, relationships, businesses, finances and more.    Teresa knows that health is all encompassing and when one area of your health is lacking, it can have negative effects on the other areas of health.  Likewise, she also knows as you start to improve one area of health, other areas of health will naturally improve as well.  Teresa is a connector, and she truly cares about serving others.  Her hub is her passion because it allows her to help others improve their health and upgrade their lives by connecting people together, allowing them to teach, learn and grow in ways that contribute to them living their best lives with the ripple effect of spreading health, happiness, and abundance in all things good throughout the world.  Links Website: www.hubtenglobal.com Event Registration (FREE): hubtenglobal.net/stucktounstoppable Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/215924799641980   About the Host: Dan McPherson, International Speaker, Business and Personal Development Coach, and CEO of Leaders Must Lead, is on a mission to help Creatives and Entrepreneurs create and grow profit and understand that Dreams ARE Real. With more than 25 years' experience in corporate roles leading teams of up to 2000 and responsible for more than $150M in revenue, Dan is a recognized expert in leadership, sales, and business strategy. Through his Leaders Must Learn Mastermind, Dreams ARE Real Podcast, Foundations of Success Training, and powerful 1-1 coaching, Dan helps hundreds of entrepreneurs around the world from musicians and artists to chiropractors, coaches, retailers, and beyond experience success and accomplish their goals.   To learn more about Dan or to follow him on Social Media, you can find him on: Website: www.leadersmustlead.com Leaders Must Lead Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadersmustlead Free Coaching Assessment: https://leadersmustlead.com/free-coaching-assessment Dreams are Real Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/365493184118010/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadersmustlead/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/leadersmustlead YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZXypDeFKyZnpeQXcX-AsBQ   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to my podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to me and greatly appreciated. They help my podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes the show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.

Spark My Muse
Eps. 203: Transformational Presence; Guest, Brian Russell

Spark My Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 45:20


How sitting still in silence can change your life.

Wake Up with KC
Starting my 3 season! with Krystal Holm who Shares her transformational story! Of overcoming her abuse growing up!

Wake Up with KC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 50:14


Krystal is a Feng Shui Designer & Clutter Expert who teaches soul-driven leaders how to use feng shui the right way to create peace and prosperity in all areas of their lives.Using her proprietary framework The Designed Life Method℠ Mind, Body, Soul, Home, she helps her clients design spaces & lives they love.Krystal shows women how to use their workspace as a 3D vision board to help them design who they are becoming & the life they want with it, right into their space.Krystal serves up straight talk wrapped in love. After all, she understands entrepreneurs' challenges: Decluttering the limiting beliefs that hold us back from what is possible. Shifting the energy in our environment to align with our soul-driven mission to create the life we are dreaming about with intention and purpose. And making a big impact creating the world we want to live in today.You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/1no1lfkdxKAYou can reach out to Krystal here: Free Gift for Your Audience :declutteryourmindset.comMy Website:krystalholm.comSocial Media:Facebook:facebook.com/FengShuiKrystal/Instagram:instagram.com/krystal.holm/

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert
Share Your Transformational Story - Bridget Cook Burch Ep 242

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 46:49


Bridget Cook-Burch is known as the book whisperer. She is a New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling mentor, trainer, mamma bear humanitarian, and speaker known for riveting stories of transformation. Her powerful work has been showcased on Oprah, CNN, GMA, Dateline, The History Channel, NPR and in People among many others. She is the CEO and Founder of Yourinspiredstory.com. Bridget is also a co-founder and executive director of SHEROES United, a non-profit organization that helps women and girls rise from trauma. As a leader, storyteller, trainer and humanitarian, her greatest passion is helping others to discover the importance of their own story, and to become leaders in their own communities, and worldwide. Bridget's many national bestsellers include The Witness Wore Red; Shattered Silence; Skinhead Confessions; Leading Women; and also Living Proof. Bridget invites you to believe in the power of your story to change the world. Join her writers' retreats and leadership retreats in Utah, Italy, Ireland and more. Find out more at www.YourInspiredStory.com and www.SHEROESUnited.org Do you want to live an incredible life? Get started now by reading my book: "Visualizing Happiness in Every Area of Your Life" https://amzn.to/2kvAuXU What is your biggest obstacle to creating an incredible life? You can book a free 15-minute mentoring session with Dr. Kimberley Linert. Click on this booking link: https://calendly.com/drkimberley/15min Please subscribe to the podcast and take a few minutes to review on iTunes, Thank you If you have an amazing story to tell about your life and how you are sharing your gifts and talents with the world, then I would love to have you as a guest on my podcast. Contact me via email: incrediblelifepodcast@gmail.com or private message me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/incrediblelifecreator www.DrKimberleyLinert.com

Inspired Conversations with Amy Schuber
530 Natasha Ponton, Transformational Sound Healer, Tarot Reader and Meditation Facilitator

Inspired Conversations with Amy Schuber

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 54:06


In this episode of Inspired Conversations Amy talks to Natasha Ponton, Transformational Sound Healer, Tarot Reader and Meditation Facilitator. In this episode Natasha shares the benefits of Sound Healing. Releasing on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. How it can create the opportunity for relaxation, releasing trauma, realigning chakras, grounding your body, and how it helps to raise the frequency on the planet. Brilliance all around. Learn. Create. Thrive. www.AmySchuber.com

Sojourn Campus Church Podcast

What is Jesus doing right now? We know! Jesus is praying for the church! Join with Sojourn as Pastor Craig preaches from the book of Hebrews, Chapter 7.

The Thriving Coaches Podcast
#089 - Transformational Impact: The Thriving Coaches Scorecards Part 5

The Thriving Coaches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 10:56


Welcome to the podcast. In this session, we're doing a kind of warmup for the free live training I'm kicking off on Friday 29th October, called the Thriving Coaches Business Masterclass series. And this time, we're doing something new: We've got a theme for the Masterclass series, “Decoding the Principles Behind Transformation”. In the course of helping you grow a thriving coaching business, I want to make the principles I'm so passionate about practical and highly relevant to you. Why? Because these principles are the most practical thing I know for helping you get clients and make a big difference in a way that fits with who you really are. So every day for 10 days I'm reading you a chapter from my book for coaches, therapists and consultants. It's called The Thriving Coaches Scorecard, the 10 multipliers that are either growing or slowing your professional practice. The focus of the book, and the masterclass series is on getting clients, growing your business and having an impact in your clients' lives, and we're going to be covering the stuff that's most crucial for coaches to learn (especially in these times of uncertainty and volatility) including… Demystifying the whole domain of ‘niching' Setting your price Engagement and growing your audience The whole ‘visibility' thing Getting clients and making a difference to them The question of ‘coaching packages' vs ‘hourly' vs ‘retainer' The best so-called ‘business model' for coaches How to talk about what you do And all the way through, I'm going to be decoding the principles behind transformation and making them practical. So to register for this free masterclass series, go to https://www.jamiesmart.com/business-masterclass. It's totally free, and my aim is to give you more value in this free course than most people give in their paid-for courses. By the way, you can join me in my free secret coaching business channel. I'm doing a new experiment where I'm sharing bite-sized client-creation tips & exclusive free extras for helping you grow your coaching practice. So if that appeals, you can join me there free at www.JamieSmart.com/secret. Now here's the episode…

Woke & Wired - Expanded Consciousness and Entrepreneurship
174. Turning Over Your Life To Source, Integrating Spiritual Awakening Into The Human Experience and Becoming Uncancellable – AARON ROSE

Woke & Wired - Expanded Consciousness and Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 95:36


Transformational coach, writer and facilitator Aaron Rose (@aaronxrose) joins me for this wide-ranging conversation about spiritual awakening, cancel culture, sovereignty, Hu Kitchen chocolate and alpacas. We discuss:  Ksenia shares lessons from a recent medicine journey  Cultivating a fertile void  Ksenia's journey with changing the podcast name  Spiritual awakening IRL  Integrating spiritual truth into physical, multidimensional human self “Big whale energy” The teaching from “A Course In Miracles” that has been coming up for us Being in the world, but not of it Building a world where we all thrive Tending to the physicality of your life  Becoming uncancellable in an inside job  What it's like when God is your boss  Aaron's experience being multidimensional in gender and sexuality  Integrating spiritual lessons into the physical realm Aaron's experience being an alpaca whisperer  Building a home  What is cancel culture here to teach us?  Letting go of knowing what's best of others  Becoming your own safe space  The astrology of current world events  Finding the courage to speak your truth  Becoming your own safe space  Aaron's monk purification period  Identity shifts in the digital age Aaron's daily surrender practice  Ksenia's experience going through Aaron's “God is my boss” course Turning over your life to Source and restoring Love  Related episodes:  110 Aaron Rose: Intentional Frequency Exchange Online & Shadow Work On Instagram 145 Michelle Sinnette: New Paradigm of Business with Legacy Cacao Founder 13 Thomas Droge: How To Cultivate Physical and Spiritual Energy and Why QiGong Will Make Your Business More Successful Connect with Aaron Rose:  Instagram @aaronxrose  theaaronrose.com Connect with Ksenia:  kseniabrief.com Instagram @ksenia.brief YouTube Ksenia Brief TikTok @ksenia.brief Subscribe, rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts Follow the podcast on Spotify  

You Lost Me at Namaste
From Real Housewives to Living Real, Mary Amons Shares her Transformational Story of Healing

You Lost Me at Namaste

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 82:05


This week I am thrilled to interview Mary Amons from The Real Housewives of DC on her transformational healing journey. This DC socialite fashionista and granddaughter of legendary radio and television personality Arthur Godfrey is more than just a pretty face. Mary, who has been surrounded by American royalty, having grown up with the Kennedy family and spending summers at their house, found herself midlife as a mom of 5 searching for answers on happiness, life purpose and her connection to creator. She stepped out of the spotlight to connect with herself and unknowingly on to a roller coaster of shadows, light and the path to healing. In this episode, Mary shares her ups and downs during her period of self discovery and learning how to love herself and live her best life. She shares intimate details from being a mother of 5 children to divorce and the role her mother's own personal trauma played in her life. Mary's story is one of resilience, failures, success and beautiful radical transformation. *If you think Mary's name sounds familiar from this show, you are right! Her talented daughter Lolly Amons has been a guest on this show offering expert commentary on the health benefits of CBD and psilocybin...Magic Mushrooms. Links below if you want to listen. Quite a diverse family to say the least. We also discuss: The role of mirrored behaviors what her tipping point was Her connection with divine Her children The catalyst for her awakening Suzy Batiz "Alive" retreats that changed her life ..yes the millionaire founder of Poo-pourri Keys to Abundance What's next Weekly Mantra: "Everything is happening for me, not to me." If you like this podcast, please subscribe/Follow/download/write a review and help spread the word by sharing it with your friends and on social media. The more light we can get out into the world, the better it will be. Check out this link to make giving a review easy :) https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/you-lost-me-at-namaste/id1503559344 (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/you-lost-me-at-namaste/id1503559344) Contact & Resources Guest Many Amons https://maryamons.com/ (https://maryamons.com/) Suzy Batiz Programs https://www.suzybatiz.com/ (https://www.suzybatiz.com/) Lolly Health Benefits of CBD https://player.captivate.fm/episode/cd5dd37e-01a0-4afd-a7a7-aa0332b347f5 CBD Part 2: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/44b61105-7e16-43a5-b59d-258ad0d3918a (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/44b61105-7e16-43a5-b59d-258ad0d3918a) Lolly on Benefits of Magic Mushrooms https://player.captivate.fm/episode/06a4955c-4916-42d8-944d-0312e0a537ce (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/06a4955c-4916-42d8-944d-0312e0a537ce) Host Michelle Schoenfeld https://michelleschoenfeld.com/ (https://michelleschoenfeld.com) Podcast Website https://www.youlostmeatnamaste.com/ (https://www.youlostmeatnamaste.com/) Instagram https://www.instagram.com/youlostmeatnamaste/ (https://www.instagram.com/youlostmeatnamaste/) Questions and pitch ideas at michellecschoenfeld@gmail.com I Want To Hear From You! Send me your questions and be part of the show. Ask ANYTHING from Chakras and crystals to relationships, finding your light and plant-based diet...ask away at Michelle@MichelleSchoenfeld.com or DM me on Instagram @Michelleschoenfeldofficial @youlostmeatnamaste https://www.instagram.com/youlostmeatnamaste/ (https://www.instagram.com/youlostmeatnamaste/) HOUSEKEEPING + Promos Find me on Clubhouse @mschoenfeld. 2021/2022 Beach Pray Love and Manifest Your Life Retreats at The LifeCo, Email me to be put on the advanced info list. 20% off EnergyBits with Code: NAMASTE https://www.energybits.com/ (https://www.energybits.com/) 25% Off CBD at Social CBD with Code: Namaste2021 https://socialcbd.com/ (https://socialcbd.com/) "You are worthy, you are enough, and you were born to be happy." ~ namaste

Add Passion and Stir
Seizing the Opportunity to Reduce Child Poverty

Add Passion and Stir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 47:13


For nearly 25 years, the Child Tax Credit has helped eligible American families with the cost of raising children. In 2021, the American Rescue Plan included significant changes to the credit: the amount per child was increased, 26 million more children were made eligible for the benefit, and the credit became a monthly cash payment as opposed to an annual lump sum. The impact of these changes are profound with experts saying that childhood poverty could be cut in half. In this final episode of Add Passion and Stir's Child Tax Credit series, we explore the impact the credit is having on families and it's role in reducing child poverty in America. Share Our Strength's Billy Shore speaks with Kim Ford, CEO of Washington, DC-based Martha's Table and Cailyn Thomas, Family Engagement Specialist at Martha's Table. For Kim, the power of the credit's direct monthly cash payments: “It's very different when you respect someone to the point where you say, ‘this is your money and you make your own decision with it.'” We also hear from Sam Daley-Harris, an activist and founder of the international citizens' lobby RESULTS, about the role everyone has in advocating for an extension of the credit. As Sam describes it, “Transformational advocacy is where the advocate grows and sees themselves in a new light, sees themselves in a way they never imagined possible, sees themselves as a community leader.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

DMOU: Destination Marketing Organization University
The 3 Transformational Trends of the Future Study

DMOU: Destination Marketing Organization University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 34:39


Every few years, Destinations International commissions a Futures Study to attempt to identify next steps for DMO pros to consider as we move our sector forward. The latest was released this July at the Annual Convention in Baltimore. On this episode of DMOU, we sit down with Charles Harris (CEO of the Reno-Sparks CVB) and Gabe Sedar (Senior Director of Advocacy Policy and Program Development for Destinations International) to discuss and debate the Top Three Trends revealed in this year's Future Study. Join us.

The BIGG Success Show
#1077 - 4 Steps to Find Transformational Opportunities

The BIGG Success Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 8:26


#1077 - With change happening faster than ever, you need to be prepared to capitalize on it. We share 4 steps to find transformational opportunities. See The Professor's whiteboard for this episode and other resources with our show notes: https://biggsuccess.com/?page_id=13837 Thanks so much for listening, - George aka "The Professor" & Mary-Lynn P.S. If you want to transform your life Take our free Life Purpose Quiz at BIGGsuccess.com!

Building Great Leaders
Episode 42: A Dose of Wisdom

Building Great Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 31:30


Going back over the two decades that she has worked at APi Group, Shannon Swanson, VP of Employee Services, shares insights she has learned along the way: from showing up consistently to actively listening so that employees can be their whole selves at work.  She also reminisces about becoming the first female Vice President at APi Group headquarters and what that meant to both her and the organization.

Hip Creative
Transformational Scalable Financial Solutions

Hip Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 27:37


We're back with another episode of GrowOrtho. In today's episode, Luke talks with Dr. Erik Nilssen, a foot and ankle surgeon from Pensacola, Florida. He and his partner, Dr. Saif Zaman, are the creators of The Strategic Doctor, an educational platform to help doctors improve their financial literacy—important more than ever thanks to what he calls our “unprecedented times.” … Transformational Scalable Financial Solutions Read More » The post Transformational Scalable Financial Solutions appeared first on HIP Creative.

Brute Strength Podcast
Deeper Discussions, Feminine Leadership and more w/ Lauren Elizabeth Walsh

Brute Strength Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 68:56


Lauren Walsh is the founder of the Global Sisterhood, a community teaching women how to hold space for healing. In today's episode Lauren shares her experiences with facilitating deep, transformational discussions within her family and friend groups and the impact it's had on her life. Tune in to learn more about how you can start hosting women's circles and discovering your own personal path to freedom.   What you'll learn: Transformational healing Holding space for yourself and others Building self confidence

This Little Light of Mine - LGBTQ, Christianity, religious trauma, mental health

In today's story episode, I'm going to take you Peru where my friend Rob from OUT Adventures helped me to experience my own outer discovery adventure and inner journey for the soul. Going into this trip, I had everything on the OUTSIDE that I thought should make me happy, but I wasn't. I was in desperate need of an inner transformation. I needed to find a space within myself where I felt safe enough and brave enough to jump. It was this inner journey with OUT Adventures where I made one of my own life changing decisions to JUMP. Transformational travel is an incredible set and setting to embrace and experience the fullest expression of your being. And we each have the opportunity to choose to BE that person right now. It's not the travel that creates the opportunity. It's YOU who gives yourself the full permission to be alive while travelling. You can give yourself that full permission with every breath you take. For more information on OUT Adventures check out Rob at https://www.outadventures.com/ and @outadventures For explore more about how Liz helps women find joy in their wellness journeys through travel you can meet Liz at @lizbeancrookston and discover The Archer Group at https://www.thearchergroupinc.ca For pictures and more from today's episode please visit https://www.thislittlelightofmine.ca James @the.jamespowell

Finding Genius Podcast
Transformational Health Occurs at the Individual Level—Understanding Precision Gastroenterology with Dr. Marvin Singh

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 23:17


Have you ever gone to a doctor for a specific problem, and felt like you were treated like anyone else would be? Was it an in-and-out appointment that left you feeling like the doctor didn't even consider you as an individual? Unfortunately, this approach to medicine is commonplace, but precision medicine is opening a new world of health and healing. Tune in to discover: How fast beneficial changes can occur after making certain changes to your diet The most challenging aspects of utilizing precision medicine Why it is so important to establish and maintain a diverse gut microbiome Dr. Marvin Singh is a general gastroenterologist and Director of Integrative Gastroenterology at UC Irvine. He's also the founder of Precisione Clinic, a private clinic designed to optimize health through precision medicine--medicine that is tailored to the individual with various parameters in mind, such as the microbiome, genetic variables, environmental exposures, sensitivities, and mitochondrial health. Dr. Singh works to understand each of his patients through a very specific lens in order to help them improve their health and mitigate potential or existing health problems. Before bringing this approach to the clinic, Dr. Singh tried it on himself, and experienced amazing results. Since then, he's helped countless people achieve transformational health they never thought possible. Interested in learning more?  Visit https://drmarvinsingh.com/ and https://precisioneclinic.com/, and check out Dr. Singh's book, Rescue Your Health. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/30PvU9C