Ever grappled with the frustrations of weight loss, felt like an imposter when unable to make lifestyle changes, or tried to navigate the tempting world of delicious food while maintaining a healthy lifestyle? Join us, as we sit down with a trailblazer in the world of nutrition and health behavior change, Temple Stewart. With personal battles against Hashimoto's and PCOS, Temple has amassed a wealth of knowledge from her journey, and she's here to share it all with you.We kick off by delving into her personal journey that led to the discovery of the transformative power of nutrition, shedding light on her transition to a low carb and ketogenic lifestyle. We then explore Temple's revolutionary work with veterans and how a low-carb diet had spectacular results, convincing her of the potential of ketosis to treat chronic diseases. We also discuss some of the typical misconceptions around the ketogenic diet, and you'll be surprised to hear some of the truths.Finally, we bring to the forefront discussions on the impact of our food choices on our overall health. We consider the influence of carbohydrates, and Temple offers her insights on how to navigate the food landscape while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Temple also shares her thoughts on natural medicine's role in healthcare and how she plans to integrate it into her practice. Trust me, you don't want to miss this empowering conversation that will leave you inspired to take control of your health by making intentional food choices and adopting a strategic lifestyle.Find Temple at-https://www.templetheketonutritionist.com/IG- @the.ketogenic.nutritionistFB- @templestewartrdnYT- @The.Ketogenic.NutritionistPodcast- The Ketogenic Nutritionist with Temple Stewart, Registered DieticianFind Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Inspiring leadership transcends conventional management approaches; it embodies the art of engaging employees as if they are volunteers, individuals driven by an innate sense of passion and purpose. This paradigm of inspiring leadership challenges the traditional top-down model, encouraging leaders to foster an environment where team members are not merely following directives but are actively motivated to contribute their best. Throughout this episode, we delve into the multifaceted facets of inspiring leadership and explore how it transcends hierarchical structures. Our guest, Ethan King, Whole Life Success Coach for Entrepreneurs, CEO, and co-founder of Zeus' Closet, shares his wealth of knowledge, highlighting the ways inspiring leadership can reshape organizational cultures and elevate employee engagement to unparalleled levels. Join us as we uncover actionable strategies and real-world examples that illustrate the profound impact of inspiring leadership in transforming workplaces and driving exceptional outcomes. Get the show notes for Inspiring Leadership is Treating Employees Like They are Volunteers with Ethan King Click to Tweet: Listening to a fantastic episode on Growth Think Tank with #EthanKing featuring your host @GeneHammett https://bit.ly/gttEthanKing #InspiringLeadership #GeneHammettPodcast #GHepisode1030 #Speaker #ExecutiveCoach #LifeSuccessCoach Give Growth Think Tank a review on iTunes!
The first of the month means it's time to run down our picks for can't-miss events in West Seattle, powered by the West Seattle Blog Event Calendar.Tony Wilson has been on fire with his new West Seattle-based family business, Papa Tony's Hot Sauce. We find out what sparked this idea into entrepreneurship and how the West Seattle community has played a major role in his roaring success. We're also talking about…[05:00] Heron's Nest[10:00] West Seattle Farmers Market[11:25] Field to Fork Podcast[13:00] Girl's Night at The Clay Cauldron [14:19] Upcoming debates between candidates for local elections[15:15] Online education for safely viewing the Oct 14 solar eclipse[19:58] Thursday Throwdown all-vinyl DJ night at Revelry Room[21:58] Oktoberfest at Highland Park Corner Store[22:56] Fauntleroy Fall Festival[23:00] BEXLEY live in-store at Easy Street Records[25:04] Salmon Drumming at Fauntleroy Creek[26:00] Trail or Treat at Camp Long[26:30] West Seattle Junction Trick or Treating and Costume ParadeLooking for more info on these events and others mentioned in this episode? Find it on West Seattle BlogFollow All Ways West Seattle on Instagram & Facebook @allwayspodcastAll Ways West Seattle is a Made With Bacon production, all rights reserved.
Dr. Priyanka Venugopal - I discovered Coaching, leaned into knowing myself better, lost over 60 lbs without counting a point or calorie and now help teach and coach other high achieving working moms to do the same. ======= Thanks to my Sponsors for Helping Support me: If you or know some body you know is struggling with anxiety and want to know how to be 100% anxiety free, in 6 weeks, without therapy or drugs, fully guaranteed - then let me tell you about our sponsor Daniel Packard. His research company spent 8 years testing to develop an innovative process that solves your anxiety permanently in just 6 weeks - with an astounding 90% success rate. Because their program is so effective, people who join their program only pay at the end, once they have clear, measurable results. If you're interested in solving your anxiety in 6 weeks - fully guaranteed - and you want to learn more and have a free consultation with Daniel, go to https://www.danielpackard.com/ -------------------------- Do you have High Blood Pressure and/ or want to get off the Meds Doctors are amazed at what the Zona Plus can do $50 Discount with my Code ROY https://www.zona.com/discount/ROY Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster ============ About Dr. Priyanka Venugopal: Hey there! I'm a coffee-loving-mama-bear who has always had a love of learning. It would be fair to say, I was the kid who would shoot their hand up, volunteer to erase the black boards and wanted every A+ and Gold Star imaginable. I wasn't overweight as a child, but I was uncomfortable in being Me. I wanted to be better, well liked and overall "the perfect kid." I would say that my weight did become somewhat of an issue in High School, which is when the oscillating number on the scale began. Sometimes up, sometimes down... based on the latest fad or how disciplined I could be at that moment in time. It all went a bit crazy after medical school and residency when I got pregnant and had my first baby. I would say that was when I got to my heaviest and my old "tricks" just weren't cutting it. This was the period of my life I call the good-on-paper-heavy-in-my-mind life. It is when I discovered Coaching, leaned into knowing myself better, lost over 60 lbs without counting a point or calorie and now help teach and coach other high achieving working moms to do the same. I created The Unstoppable Mom Brain to be a light in the tunnel right now, for high achieving working moms– we don't have to wait till “the end” anymore. What we Discussed: - Who is Priyanka ( 2 mins) - Her own Speaking Journey ( 4 mins) - How long to Study and prepare for a Dr and why walk away ( 7 mins) - Treating the Human as a Dr (13:30 mins) - The Unstoppable Mom Brain ( 14:30 mins) - Her Podcast ( 16:30 mins) - Not Counting the Calories ( 19 mins)* - The dangers of Artifical Sweeteners ( 22 mins) - Why Group calls were so powerful ( 25 mins) - Priyanka's Workshops ( 28 mins) - Should we have a todo list ( 32 mins) - Social Media Tips ( 33 mins) and more ==================== How to Contact Dr. Priyanka Venugopal https://www.theunstoppablemombrain.com IG: @theunstoppablemombrain YouTube: @theunstoppablemombrain =============== Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/roy-coughlan/message
Another day in the United States of Serfs and Lords. Republicons are going to shut down the government and no one can figure out why. The Republicon Impeachment Inquiry widely mocked. Republicons can't govern and have nothing to offer. Unhinged Don Jr Rants About NY Fraud Verdict Trump mocks the attack on Paul Pelosi and his vile supporters laugh. Sen. Dianne Feinstein passes away. NY Judge says Trump is a prolific fraudster and MAGA morons rush to his defense. We discuss the madness. _________ Join Rokfin to access exclusive tarabuster content as well as Ron Placone, Lee Camp, and more! https://rokfin.com/tarabuster BECOME A "TARABUSTER" PATRON: www.patreon.com/taradevlin Join the Tarabuster community on Discord too!! https://discord.gg/PRYDBx8 Buy some Resistance Merch and help support our progressive work! http://tarabustermerch.com/ Donate to Tarabuster: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/taradacktyl
Listen Now to 32 Future Now Bennu Asteroid Return Its a grand time for NASA, with their first successful return from space of a robotic craft carrying samples from Bennu, a near Earth asteroid that may have an impact with our planet in the not-to-distant future. Our scientists are excited about the what this pristine payload of space rubble may reveal about the formation of our solar system, billions of years ago, and perhaps it may also contain clues as to the origin of biological life. Hey, maybe we came from it, when it passed by Earth billions of years ago! Bennu Asteroid Return Capsule after landing in the Utah desertThis week we also report on the Egyptian adventures of our cosmic sister, Debra Giustri, as she tours and activates the ancient sites of Egypt with a 100 strong crew! What do we mean by activation? Track her adventures here. And this week in Future News, we report on Firebot, the Fireman’s trusty bot, Bruce Lipton on energy, “Be My AI” and Stem cell treatment for those dealing with blindness related to Retinitis Pigmentosa. We also explain how AI was part of the recent Writer’s Strike. Enjoy!
Welcome to season 6 everyone! High-fives and fist-pounds all-round the room. I am always thrilled to bring on another gut specialist and Dr. Ilana Gurevich was so gracious to appear on the podcast this week. She is a licensed acupuncturist and Naturopathic Physician in the Portland, Oregon area. She has a clinic called Open Wellness Pdx where she specializes in all things gut health. In addition, she hosts a new podcast called The Turd Nerds . And, she is the President of the Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (GastroANP) which is a board certification and continuing education organization for digestive health focused naturopathic physicians. Finally she is an instructor in Neural Therapy at Learn Neural Therapy. We had a delightful conversation about some areas that are emerging in digestive health such as the virome, the enteric nervous system, mitochondrial health, phage therapy, biofilm, small intestine microbiome, and the impact of ferments on food. She also shared about Ozone Therapy a treatment she uses in IBD flare-ups . Please enjoy! I am dedication this episode in honor of one of my core mentors in medicine and gastro health; Dr. Trina Seligman. In her honor , the podcast will be making donation the Crohn's and Colitis foundation once the episode reaches 100 plays. About our guest Ilana Gurevich, ND, LAC, MSOM, is a naturopathic digestive disease expert and founder of Open Wellness PDX. Local residents in Portland, Oregon, have a wonderful resource in Dr. Gurevich for their gastrointestinal health concerns. With over 15 years of experience, Dr. Gurevich practices holistic approaches to help restore your body's natural ability to heal, when traditional methods have failed to treat and improve the underlying cause of your pain or disease. If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Crohn's disease, or ulcerative colitis, Dr. Gurevich provides quality treatment options to help improve your symptoms and overall health. She works alongside each patient, with them having an active role in their health care, to find the best solution for their needs. Everyone's body works in unique ways, so Dr. Gurevich develops custom treatment plans that address your whole-person. Dr. Gurevich received her medical education from the oldest accredited naturopathic medical school in the country, the National University of Natural Medicine. She is a board-certified naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist. Her specialties include Western and Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and nutrition education. Residents in Portland, Oregon, who are searching for a skilled and understanding naturopathic gastroenterologist, should schedule a time to meet with Dr. Gurevich and her team at Open Wellness PDX to learn more about their treatment options. Open Wellness PDX✆ Phone (appointments): 503-974-1623Address: 2330 NW Flanders St, Ste 101-A, Portland, OR 972104.92 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/adam-rinde/support
Episode 92 of Inside Quotes! This week Jeremy picked the 2006 film “Over the Hedge”. Conversation includes: Trick-or-Treating, getting bribed by our parents, newspaper comic strips, weird casting choices, Toy Story connections, Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), Hibernation Myths, and are Spuddies just sour cream and onion-flavored Pringles? INSIDE QUOTES - NOW ON YOUTUBE! Mentioned in the Episode: Listen to the soundtrack: Over the Hedge (Music from the Motion Picture) Show Notes: Inside Quotes Merch Store Linktree: @insidequotescast Artwork by Bryce Bridgeman: @Groovybridge
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In this episode Susan and Erica welcome a Tough To Treat listener, Megan Barclay. Megan brings a case of a patient who continues to suffer neuralgia after a bout of shingles, along with persistent neck pain. Listen to the client's history, significant findings, and differentials as we navigate this client's journey and discuss relevant findings. There is also a rich discussion on possible interventions targeting many points of the trigeminal system and cranial region. A glance at this episode: [1:25] Neck pain and potential causes and drivers [8:39] Post-shingles symptoms and treatment [16:32] Patient's neck and shoulder pain, possible causes and treatments [24:38] Treating a patient with neck and head issues [28:55] Pain perception and treatment for cervical and lumbar issues [30:16] Improving balance and reducing trigeminal symptoms through exercises [33:31] Treating neck and back issues with physical therapy and nutrition [41:09] Treating a patient with shingles [43:28] Shingles treatment and empowerment [46:12] Exercise and posture for chronic pain management Related links: Tough To Treat Website Erica's Course: Decoding the Complex Patient Susan's Pelvic Health Education Subscription Access the Transcript Megan's Instagram Megan's Website
This is me, the mic, ya'll listening, no notes and whatever is on my mind. Thanks for listening, take what you want, leave the rest. Today I talked about not being a Dick! Take some personal responsibility on your actions and treat people and animals the way you want to be treated. There is never a reason to mistreat anyone. Mentions: Highspeed Daddy - https://www.highspeeddaddy.com/?rfsn=7178368.317ce6 Live Rishi - Use the code "TABLE50" and get 50% off your entire order! - https://liverishi.com/ Me - https://berawpodcast.com/ 'til next time! Treating people well is not just a moral imperative; it also brings about numerous benefits to individuals, relationships, and society as a whole. The simple act of showing kindness, respect, and empathy towards others can create a ripple effect that improves our personal lives, fosters positive connections, and contributes to a more harmonious world. First and foremost, treating people well enhances our own well-being. When we treat others with kindness and respect, we often receive the same treatment in return. This creates a positive feedback loop of goodwill, boosting our self-esteem and overall happiness. Studies have shown that acts of kindness trigger the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with feelings of pleasure and reward. Thus, treating others well can lead to a sense of fulfillment and contentment within ourselves. Moreover, fostering healthy relationships is another significant benefit of treating people well. Respect, empathy, and active listening are essential components of strong interpersonal connections. When we show genuine concern for others and their feelings, we build trust and deepen our relationships. This can be especially crucial in personal relationships, friendships, and professional networks. People are more likely to collaborate, communicate openly, and resolve conflicts amicably when they feel respected and valued. In the workplace, treating colleagues and employees well has tangible advantages. Employees who feel appreciated and respected tend to be more motivated, productive, and loyal. They are also more likely to engage in teamwork and innovation, contributing to a positive work environment and better business outcomes. Employers who prioritize treating their workforce well often enjoy lower turnover rates, reduced absenteeism, and increased customer satisfaction, leading to improved company performance. Treating people well can also benefit one's mental health. Engaging in acts of kindness and compassion can reduce stress and anxiety. When we help others or simply offer a kind word or gesture, we experience a sense of fulfillment and purpose that can alleviate negative emotions. This not only benefits our mental health but also creates a positive atmosphere in our communities. Furthermore, treating people well fosters a sense of community and social cohesion. In a world where divisions and conflicts often dominate headlines, showing kindness and empathy can bridge gaps and create unity. It promotes a culture of inclusion and acceptance, reducing prejudice and discrimination. A society that values treating people well is more likely to prioritize social justice, equity, and human rights. On a larger scale, treating people well can contribute to peace and global harmony. Diplomacy and international relations often rely on respectful and empathetic communication to resolve conflicts and build alliances. Nations that prioritize treating others with respect and fairness are more likely to enjoy peaceful coexistence and cooperation on global issues such as climate change, poverty alleviation, and public health crises. In conclusion, treating people well offers a multitude of benefits at individual, relational, and societal levels. It enhances our own well-being, fosters healthy relationships, improves workplace dynamics, and contributes to mental health and social cohesion. By prioritizing kindness, respect, and empathy in our interactions with others, we create a more compassionate and harmonious world where everyone can thrive. So, let us make a conscious effort to treat people well, for in doing so, we enrich our lives and contribute to a brighter future for all.
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, BiOptimizers, Sunlighten, and ARMRA.An estimated 70 million people in the United States are affected by IBS, SIBO, or another disease linked to digestive health, and 74% of Americans say they live with symptoms of digestive discomfort. Today, I'm excited to talk to Dr. Mark Pimentel about getting to the root cause of IBS and SIBO, how to properly diagnose and treat it, and strategies to improve your overall gut health.Dr. Mark Pimentel is a Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology through the Geffen School of Medicine and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai. Dr. Pimentel is also the Executive Director of the Medically Associated Science and Technology (MAST) program at Cedars-Sinai, an enterprise of physicians and researchers dedicated to the study of the gut microbiome in order to develop effective diagnostic tools and therapies to improve patient care. Dr. Pimentel has over 150 publications in many high-profile journals, and he is the author of the book, The Microbiome Connection: Your Guide to IBS, SIBO, and Low-Fermentation Eating.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, BiOptimizers, Sunlighten, and ARMRA.Access more than 3,000 specialty lab tests with Rupa Health. Check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com.This month only, get a FREE bottle of Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough. Go to magbreakthrough.com/hymanfree and enter coupon code hyman10.Save up to $600 on your purchase of a Sunlighten sauna at sunlighten.com/mark-hyman and mention my name, Dr. Hyman, to save.Receive 15% off your first order of ARMRA Colostrum. Go to tryarmra.com/MARK or enter MARK to get 15% off your first order.Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):What are IBS and SIBO and how are they different? (6:12 / 3:31)Food poisoning as the root cause of gut symptoms (9:49 / 8:05) Fungal overgrowth, or SIFO (16:00 / 12:34) Testing and treating various types of IBS (19:18 / 16:22) Low-fermentation eating (26:26 / 22:01)When probiotics worsen IBS (37:20 / 34:07) Intestinal methane overgrowth (40:08 / 36:00) The gut-brain connection (43:45 / 39:17)PCOS and gut issues (48:29 / 44:08) Mentioned in this episodeibssmart.comtriosmartbreath.comPubMed Research PapersGet a copy of The Microbiome Connection: Your Guide to IBS, SIBO, and Low-Fermentation Eating. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today's episode, Gina focuses in on one of anxiety's most common modes of operation: exaggerating threats while underestimating one's ability to respond to such threats. With an understanding of this tendency, those suffering from anxiety can reverse this tendency and come to see themselves as stronger and more than capable of handling life's various difficulties. Listen in for advice on how to realize your inherent strength and realize that no challenge is too much to deal with successfully. Please visit our Sponsor Page to find all the links and codes for our awesome sponsors! https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com/sponsors/ Thank you for supporting The Anxiety Coaches Podcast. Find even more peace and calm with our Supercast premium access membership! https://anxietycoaches.supercast.com/ Here's what's included for $5/month: ❤ New Ad-Free episodes every Sunday and Wednesday ❤ Access to the entire Ad-free back-catalog with over 600 episodes ❤ Premium meditations recorded with you in mind ❤ And more fun surprises along the way! All this in your favorite podcast app! To learn more go to: https://www.theanxietycoachespodcast.com Join our Group Coaching Full or Mini Membership Program Learn more about our One-on-One Coaching What is anxiety? Quote: Anxiety tends to magnify perceived threats while diminishing our faith in our own ability to handle them. -Thom Rutledge Chapters 0:00:24 Anxiety's modus operandi: overestimating threats, underestimating abilities. 0:02:00 The impact of anxiety: magnifying threats, diminishing self-confidence. 0:05:40 Using the funhouse mirror metaphor to manage anxiety. 0:13:43 Stepping away from the funhouse mirror 0:14:51 Using visualization to find a clear and confident perspective 0:15:45 Insight from journaling: identifying patterns and triggers Summary In this episode of the Anxiety Coaches Podcast, we delve into the topic of anxiety and how it tends to exaggerate threats while undermining our belief in our own abilities. As Tom Rutledge states, anxiety can magnify our perceived threats and make us doubt our capacity to handle them. It's easy to fall into the trap of accepting these exaggerated threats without questioning them, and this is where we need to make a change. I introduce the metaphor of standing in front of a funhouse mirror, illustrating how anxiety distorts our perception and makes obstacles seem larger than they truly are. Not only that, but it also diminishes our sense of self and leaves us feeling feeble. To combat this, I emphasize the importance of grounding techniques and mindfulness to reconnect with the present moment and gain a clearer perspective. Moving on, I discuss various strategies for managing anxiety. Grounding ourselves and practicing deep breathing exercises can help calm our nervous system and allow us to respond rather than react to anxiety-provoking situations. Another technique involves using positive affirmations to counteract the negative self-image that anxiety creates. Reminding ourselves of past successes and capabilities through kind words in front of a mirror can be powerful in combatting these negative thoughts. Gradual exposure to triggering situations is another helpful strategy. By starting small and gradually challenging ourselves with bigger tasks, we can normalize anxiety and change our perspective on it. It's important to question our anxious thoughts and focus on the facts. By looking at the issue from a different angle, we can recognize any distortions or exaggerations that anxiety may be causing. Self-compassion is crucial throughout this journey. Treating ourselves with kindness and visualizing stepping away from the funhouse mirror can help approach challenges with clarity and confidence. Journaling our thoughts and feelings can also provide valuable insights into patterns and triggers, making it easier to manage anxiety. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Roman Magid, a new physician with St. Luke's Rehabilitation and Pain Center, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss the process of treating chronic pain, challenges patients and providers may face, non-opioid and non-medication treatment options for chronic pain, and so much more.To learn more about St. Luke's Rehabilitation and Pain Center, visit https://www.unitypoint.org/locations/unitypoint-health---st-lukes-hospital---rehabilitation--pain-centerDo you have a question about a trending medical topic? Ask Dr. Arnold! Submit your question and it may be answered by Dr. Arnold on the podcast!Do you have a question about a trending medical topic? Ask Dr. Arnold! Submit your question and it may be answered by Dr. Arnold on the podcast! Submit your questions at: https://www.unitypoint.org/cedarrapids/submit-a-question-for-the-mailbag.aspx If you have a topic you'd like Dr. Arnold to discuss with a guest on the podcast, shoot us an email at email@example.com.
Perimenopause and hormone therapy: what you REALLY NEED to know. This is PART TWO of my conversation with Dr. Stacy Sims. Episode 310 was PART ONE - get it here. In this episode: Revisiting Zone 2 cardio and why it's not optimal for perimenopausal women (but great for men) - we talked a lot about this in Part 1! The average age of perimenopause and what to expect in terms of symptoms Introduction to hormone replacement therapy ... and why we're calling it "menopause hormone therapy" going forward What to do about loose skin and lack of muscle tone Treating vasomotor symptoms (eg hot flashes and night sweats) with SSRIs, antihistamines and metformin The possibility of using adaptogens to minimize symptoms Three things every woman should be doing RIGHT NOW By understanding our options, finding the right support, and making lifestyle changes, we can navigate this phase with grace and vitality! GET THE SHOW NOTES: https://www.onairella.com/post/314-managing-perimenopause Follow Ella on Instagram @onairwithella TALK TO ME: Leave a message for Ella at +1 (202) 681-0388 Didn't take notes, don't worry, I did! You can get FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPTS here.
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My guest today is veterinarian Dr. Gary Richter. He has two new books out: "Longevity for Dogs" and "Longevity for Cats." Dr. Richter guides us through the best practices as pet owners and parents for longevity and vital living for our animals. He also shares some of the most common mistakes in pet care and the ultimate pet care checklist. I appreciate Dr. Richter's straightforward attitude about holistic treatments for our pets. In his practice in San Francisco, he is open to doing acupuncture, hyperbaric chamber treatments for wounds and brain injuries, CBD, and adaptogens for pet well-being. He provides important takeaways on how to feed your pets, how to look for signs that something is not right, and the best way to balance cost and feeding them well. Enjoy! Show Sponsors: Blissy | Get better sleep now with Blissy and use code GABBY to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/GABBY Wakaya Perfection | com. Use code Gabby20 and save 20% off your first order Beam | Get up to 40% off for a limited time when you go to shopbeam.com/GABBY and use code GABBY at checkout. Connect with Dr. Gary Richter: Books: Longevity for Dogs Longevity for Dogs The Ultimate Pet Health Guide Websites: Pet Food | www.ultimatepetnutrition.com Drgaryrichter.com Mypetthrives.com Connect with Gabby @gabbyreece | Linktree For the full show notes visit gabriellereece.com/podcast The Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Natalie challenges the concept of motivation and argues that discipline is the key to achieving success, explaining that while motivation can inspire and inspire, it often falls short in actually driving action. Natalie shares her personal experience of being disciplined in her exercise routine, even when she lacks motivation, and emphasises the importance of having goals and deadlines. KEY TAKEAWAYS Motivation is not enough to achieve goals. While it can inspire and energise us, it is discipline that truly drives us to take action and see results. Having a clear purpose and reason why is essential for staying disciplined and motivated. It provides the driving force to get out of bed in the morning and push through challenges. Discipline is about doing the hard things that will lead to the best results, even when we don't feel motivated. It is about taking consistent action, even if it starts with just a few minutes a day. Treating ourselves with activities that make us happy, even when we don't feel like it, can improve our overall well-being and make us more resilient during tough times. Discipline is a key factor in achieving success in all areas of life, including health, wealth, and happiness. It requires taking action, overcoming obstacles, and not letting a lack of motivation hold us back. BEST MOMENTS "I believe that motivation is a lie." "You can be motivated but not do anything. But if you have motivation and discipline, that's where you start to really, really see results." "You're not motivated to do them, you're disciplined." "The real treat is when you give yourself good nutrition, good exercise, when you have great relationships, when you have open and honest communication with the people in your life, that's a real treat." "I'll do it tomorrow, said no millionaire ever." VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.facebook.com/groups/confidententrepreneurscollective http://www.nataliearabella.com/club Consultation Call Booking - https://calendly.com/natalie-arabella-bailey/confidencecollective The guest of this episode is Natalie Bailey, the host of the Confidence Mastery podcast. Natalie is a firm believer that motivation is a lie and that discipline is the key to achieving success. With a strong belief in setting goals, having deadlines, and taking disciplined action, Natalie shares her insights on how to overcome the lack of motivation and achieve desired results. As a fitness enthusiast, Natalie exemplifies discipline in her own life, pushing herself to reach her fitness goals even when she lacks motivation. Through her podcast, Natalie aims to inspire and empower listeners to be disciplined in all areas of life for greater success and happiness. ABOUT THE HOST Natalie Bailey, a Property Developer, Coach, and Mentor, boasts a decade of business acumen, from Bars to Gyms and eCommerce. Now partnered with her mother, Paula, in property development, she empowers others to find confidence and success in health, wealth, and happiness. Her Better Together initiative combats loneliness, aiding entrepreneurs through the Confident Entrepreneurs Club, Mastermind groups, and Retreats. Bridging Mallorca and London, Natalie embodies her teachings. Fitness, wealth, and happiness intertwine in her holistic approach. Dive deeper at www.nataliearabella.com for coaching plans and more info. CONTACT FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/nataliearabellabailey LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliegoldstarbep/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/nataliearabellabailey/ Clubhouse- https://www.clubhouse.com/@nataliearabella TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@nataliearabellab Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
This is a bonus episode featuring Dr. Bill Paveletz in partnership with VOCO and we talk about the many issues we see in our elderly patients. The points he makes about dry mouth, recession, and other issues hold true for many of our patients regardless of their age so his advice will ring true for all clinicians. Listen in to hear what he feels are important factors to focus on. Thank you to Erika Flateau for cohosting this and really making a great connection with Dr. Bill. And of course, thanks to VOCO for sponsoring Dr. Bill on the show. If you want to see what preventive and restorative products they offer head over to their website https://www.voco.dental/us/products.aspx https://www.voco.dental/us/portaldata/1/resources/products/folders/us/remin-pro_fol_us.pdf
In today's episode, we're kicking off the spooky season with Michael Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat (2007). Told in an anthology format with non-linear storytelling, the film is a virtual shoutout to Halloween lore making it a cult classic among horror fans. But does it deserve its reputation? We're breaking it all down today with spoilers so stay tuned! Mentioned in this episode: Keetley, Dawn. “Trick or Treating in Halloween Movies.” Horror Homeroom, 7 October 2016. McIntosh, Matthew A. “Samhain: The Celtic Inspiration for Modern Halloween.” Brewminate: A Bold Blend of News and Ideas, 30 October 2020. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/horror-homeroom/support
During this episode, classical homeopath, author of The Sunlight Rx and chef, Heathar Shepard, teaches you how to use homeopathic medicine for ear infections. Heathar talks about the importance of acutes and high fever particularly with regard to strengthening the immune system and preventing chronic illness. She also teaches you how she utilizes homeopathy, including specific remedies, for approaching ear infection so the next time your child comes down with an ear infection, you can take a more empowering, less suppressive approach.
Part two of our conversation with the Reproductive Health Alchemist, Valerie https://bit.ly/wombwellnesswarrior https://bit.ly/fibroidstarterkit THIS IS PROVIDED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOUR CONSULT WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE MAKING ANY HEALTHCARE CHANGES.
Drs. Maura Di Nicola and Basil Williams sit down with host Jay Sridhar to review how retinoblastoma treatments have evolved, including discussion of intra-arterial and intravitreal chemotherapy and liquid biopsy using aqueous humor samples. For all episodes or to claim CME credit for selected episodes, visit www.aao.org/podcasts.
Since we share our life and love online, we receive our fair share of negative criticism, and it often reminds us that we need to be intentional about how we talk to others - and ourselves. As we enter a transitional season, it's a great time to do some deep reflection about how we're feeling about ourselves. How are we speaking to ourselves? Are we judging ourselves? In this episode, we're digging into positive self-talk and how to treat yourself with more grace and kindness. Leave us a voice memo at https://Speakpipe.com/BePowerful! Send us a question to answer on the show, something that resonated with you from an episode, whatever you'd like! We can't wait to hear from you! Sakara offers sleek and science-backed nutrition products that will help you feel your best and hit all your wellness goals! Get 20% off at Sakara with promo code “XOLIZHSM” Resources mentioned: My Story in The Huffington Post Some key takeaways from this episode include: We really want to focus on the positive and compliments we get about ourselves and our love story, instead of the negative. We got the nicest message that reminded us of how we want to treat others and ourselves. Until we can love ourselves, we can't fully love and show up for the people around us. We can be so critical of ourselves, but it's important to extend the same grace and kindness we would give to others, to ourselves. Forgive yourself for the constant judging and flip those negative criticisms to the positive. Take a deep breath and don't beat yourself up about all the little things you nitpick yourself about. Hilliard Studio Method takes working out to the next level to produce results that are nothing short of a total mind-body transformation. If you're ready to get in incredible shape, you can work out with us in-person at our Charlotte studio, join classes from home via Zoom, or sign up for our on-demand streaming service! HSM In-Person Classes HSM At Home (Via Zoom) HSM Streaming Be Powerful with Liz & Lee is focused on helping you find your inner power and for us to share our thoughts on society, culture, and current events. As the team behind Hilliard Studio Method in Charlotte, North Carolina, we love all things wellness and will also share info on how to live your healthiest life mentally, physically, and emotionally. Podcast contact info: Liz's Instagram Lee's Instagram Hilliard Studio Method HSM Facebook Liz & Lee's YouTube
Nursing homes typically help people recover after surgeries or provide round-the-clock care for people with physical disabilities. But a new LAist investigation finds that thousands of people with serious mental illness are living in California's nursing homes. Experts call it “warehousing” and say the practice may violate federal law. Reporter: Elly Yu, LAist Farmworker advocates pushing for safer working conditions during wildfires are blasting a decision by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors that could allow crops to be harvested in evacuation zones. Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero, KQED Indigenous tribes are pushing back against a new plan to create a federal marine sanctuary off the Central Coast. Several years ago, the Northern Chumash Tribal Council proposed a sanctuary that would include Morro Bay. But the new federal proposal leaves it out. Reporter: Amanda Wernick, KCBX
Did you know diet is a massive help in reducing inflammation contributing to Psoriasis? Join Jeffrey Gladden and Dayna Hrovath in this episode of Gladden Longevity. Dayna Hrovath is the owner of Fountain Mills Functional Wellness. She has been helping frustrated people with psoriasis improve itch, pain, and rash using a unique approach to this condition that few in the healthcare world have access to. Dayna has been a Dermatology Physician Assistant since 2005, which she knew she wanted to be since she was younger, and now finds it very rewarding. A few years ago, she started having health problems that weren't being adequately addressed by conventional medicine. She turned towards alternative methods and was amazed at what could be done to actually improve a condition instead of just covering up the symptoms. During such a journey, Dayna felt like she wanted to give others an alternative, too, to help them improve their skin their overall health and to empower them. She understands that having a healthcare plan that lets you take control of your own health is paramount to your success. This episode discusses how psoriasis is not just a skin disease and how it can affect longevity as well through the increased risks of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, lymphoma, psoriatic arthritis, and other autoimmune conditions. Dayna shares that medications aren't the only way to help and that there are lifestyle changes that can make a difference. Diet is huge in reducing the inflammation contributing to psoriasis. How do you go gluten-free? What are simple ways to relieve stress and toxic exposures? Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred the new thirty and living young for a lifetime! Topics discussed include psoriasis, acne, and other dermatological issues. (01:30) Steve said he has been hiking. (2:30) Dr. Gladden said it is important to keep options open but also follow one's passion. (04:43) Dayna shared how they progressed into using Accutane. (6:07) Stress levels progress over time for most people. (08:50) Diet is absolutely crucial to health and well-being. (12:15) Psoriasis is about not just looking at what is good for everyone but what is good for you. (14:22) You need to get a specific diagnosis for yourself. (16:40) A product that utilizes four and five mushrooms. (18:00) Skin issues affect how people perceive themselves. (20:00) Psoriasis causes shedding skin cells to build up, resulting in different appearances on different skin tones. (22:25) Autoimmune diseases can be related to each other, and one of them can cause the other. (24:55) Dr. Gladden says people with autoimmune diseases have serious health risks. (28:14) Dayna says sometimes people are not moving enough. (31:16) Dr. Gladden mentions that the detox process can make toxins more toxic. (33:10) Dr. Gladden asks Dayna about the results she is seeing. (35:20) A lifestyle change is one way to deal with autoimmune diseases. (37:35) Dayna reveals that she works with people online. (39:30) Visit our website, www.gladdenlongevitypodcast.com, for more information on this episode and other episodes. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @gladdenlongevity Facebook: @GladdenLongevity For more information on our practice or how to become a client, visit: www.gladdenlongevity.com Call us: 972-310-8916 Or email us: email@example.com To learn more about Frank, check out the following: ● Website: www.fountainmillsfunctionalwellness.com ● Instagram: @fmfwellness ● Fountain Mills Functional Wellness Psoriasis Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/196542107993978 For You: Access to her free guide, The 3 Day Jumpstart to Loving Your Skin @ www.threedayjumpstart.com
In this episode, Baylor discusses the importance of treating oneself and avoiding burnout. He uses an example of his sister's dogs and how they respond to the word "treat" as a stimulus to come back inside. Baylor emphasizes the need for individuals to find their own stimuli or treats that can motivate and rejuvenate them. He also highlights the importance of being selfish in order to be selfless, as taking care of oneself enables one to better help others. Baylor concludes by encouraging listeners to treat others and make a positive impact in someone else's day.
This week I'm excited to welcome Dafna Chazin to the podcast. Dafna is a PCOS dietician based in the US and the host of The Down To Earth PCOS Nutrition Podcast, where she shares her expertise in the field of hormonal health, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle changes specifically for PCOS. In this episode, we discuss the environmental factors that can cause or aggravate PCOS and how to support it through diet and lifestyle. Some questions asked during this episode: How is PCOS diagnosed? Do environmental factors cause/aggravate it? Is any type of diet or eating style more effective with the condition? https://180nutrition.com.au/ This week I'm excited to welcome Dafna Chazin to the podcast. Dafna is a PCOS dietician based in the US and the host of The Down To Earth PCOS Nutrition Podcast, where she shares her expertise in the field of hormonal health, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle changes specifically for PCOS. In this episode, we discuss the environmental factors that can cause or aggravate PCOS and how to support it through diet and lifestyle. Over to Dafna. (01:16) Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome Dafna Chazin into the podcast. Dafna, how are you? Dafna (01:22) Good. How are you? Stu (01:25) Yeah. Very, very good. Thank you. As we mentioned before just off camera, very, very excited to talk about this subject today and pick your brains a little bit because it's a question that comes out almost daily with our audience as well and seems to be ramping up in terms of the prevalence of this particular topic. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please. Dafna (01:58) Yeah. Absolutely. So my name is Dafna Chazin. I'm a registered dietician and I help women with PCOS balance their hormones, reverse their symptoms. And I've been in the field of nutrition for over a decade. I've worked in a lot of different settings, but recently in the past five years, I've landed in the women's health and hormone space, partly because I struggled with hormonal issues myself. I don't have PCOS, but I've struggled with many of the symptoms that women with PCOS experience, like acne and hair growth and painful periods, anxiety, digestive issues. You name it, I've had it. And over the years when I was really struggling, it was a time where my stress was really high. I was in the military actually. My diet wasn't so great, but I wasn't making the connection between what was happening with my hormones and my symptoms and the diet and nutrition. I always thought my nutrition and food only impacts my weight, and that's about it. And now we know that that is absolutely not true. For full interview and transcript: https://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/dafnachazininterview/
A single offhand remark from a loved one ignited something in her soul; join bestselling author Sarah M. Eden as she reveals tips from her unexpected journey into authorship that has grown into a many years - and many books - strong career. Stay tuned until the end for her EPIC announcement, newly released!Key Takeaways: Find plot inspiration from history and personal experiences.Learn to effectively manage the leap from manuscript to published work while protecting reader and publisher interests.The necessity of treating writing as a regular job amalgamating both creative and business aspects.Resourceswww.SarahMEden.comInstagram.com/sarah_m_edenFacebook.com/SarahMEdenhttps://www.youtube.com/@betweenthelinespodcast1415About SarahSarah M. Eden is a USA Today best-selling author of witty and charming historical romances, including 2020's Foreword Reviews INDIE Awards Gold Winner for Romance, "Forget Me Not," and 2020 Holt Medallion finalist, "Healing Hearts." She is a three-time “Best of State” Gold Medal winner for fiction and a three-time Whitney Award winner. Combining her obsession with history and her affinity for tender love stories, Sarah loves crafting deep characters and heartfelt romances set against rich historical backdrops. She holds a bachelor's degree in research and happily spends hours perusing the reference shelves of her local library.Sarah is represented by Pam Pho at Steven Literary Agency.
Getting to work with and treating some of the greatest pro athletes in the world was one of my proudest accomplishments so far in my career, but it also came with a lot of headaches and frustrations. There are many awesome things that come with working with pro athletes and teams, but sometimes chasing after that dream comes with a complicated process, many roadblocks and not having it be the “dream” we hoped it would be. This episode was inspired by a fellow practitioner asking me about my experiences working with the pros, how to get your foot in the door, and how much it benefited my personal practice. Yes, there were many positives that came from it all, but all the negatives left me with a different outlook on the whole notion of working with pro athletes. In this episode, I share some of the amazing things that came from working with pro athletes, but also share some cautionary tales and negatives that came out of it as well! I hope you learn something from my own experience and enjoy the show! -------------------------- We just launched our brand new and free soft tissue injury evaluation and treatment training, called The Peak Method, If you want to start getting in the right direction from being a service provider to a solution provider this is a great start. It is the first step in learning how to work smarter, not harder, helping to cut your treatment times in half, so you can avoid burnout and help more people get out of pain! If you want to request access to that training click the link to learn more and request it: Free Training Request Please consider joining our 'Soft Tissue Revolution' community on Facebook, where engaging as a group is much easier. It's an incredible group on Facebook, covering topics in Injury Evaluation, Treatment, Client Communication, Practice Marketing, Increasing Sales, Scaling Business, and other topics of interest in the Soft Tissue Injury Space. As always if you want to be part of the soft tissue revolution here's what you need to do: 1. Visit our Facebook Group Page by clicking here
Stefan Batorjis is a qualified integrative psychotherapist and mountain leader, facilitating people in natural environments for over 20 years. He is the founder of Nature & Therapy UK , which was created as a response to the growing need to foster a spiritual and psychological connection to land. He also established the Ecotherapy Project in 2008 with the Plymouth NHS for people in need of mental health care. Apart from his ecotherapy projects, Stefan is an associate lecturer at Plymouth University, teaching the role of nature in mental health and recovery from trauma. In this episode we talk about: ◾️ The healing power of nature to our brains ◾️ How the brain is overstimulated and the need for its homeostasis and nature ◾️ The Human Givens approach Find Stefan here: firstname.lastname@example.org Find Zach here : zachwesterbeck.com @zach_westerbeck This podcast is made possible by NOCD. NOCD offers effective, affordable, and convenient OCD therapy. NOCD therapists are trained in Exposure Response Prevention, or ERP, therapy, the gold standard treatment for OCD. With NOCD, you can do virtual, live face-to-face video sessions with one of their licensed, specialty-trained therapists, and they accept most major insurance plans. If your insurance isn't covered, mention discount code ZACH100 for a special $100 rate for the next two months. To find out more about NOCD, visit zachwesterbeck.com/virtual-ocd-therapy/ to book a free 15-minute call.
On this episode, we review the treatment of both uncomplicated and complicated urinary tract infections (UTIs). We also use this episode to refresh some clinical pearls for the various antibiotics that are used when treating a UTI. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners with the opportunity to claim 1-hour of continuing education credit for select episodes. For existing Unlimited (Gold) freeCE members, this CE option is included in your membership benefits at no additional cost! A password, which will be given at some point during this episode, is required to access the post-activity test. To earn credit for this episode, visit the following link below to go to freeCE's website: https://www.freece.com/ If you're not currently a freeCE member, we definitely suggest you explore all the benefits of their Unlimited Membership on their website and earn CE for listening to this podcast. Thanks for listening! We want to give a big thanks to our sponsor, High-Powered Medicine. HPM is a book/website database of summaries for over 150 landmark clinical trials. You can get a copy of HPM, written by Dr. Alex Poppen, PharmD, at the links below: Purchase a subscription or PDF copy - https://highpoweredmedicine.com/ Purchase the paperback and hardcover - Barnes and Noble website We want to give a big thanks to our main sponsor Pyrls. Try out their drug information app today. Visit the website below for a free trial: www.pyrls.com/corconsultrx If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - email@example.com Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
“There is a strategy around being gentle and it can bring a lot of peace into your home.” - McKenzie McKenzie, our 4th child, joins the podcast as the CCF Team continues to share how we walk with the Holy Spirit and live a life full of HIS FRUIT! Today, we unpack gentleness. Our definition of gentleness is... Treating people with care and compassion. Proverbs 16:24 says, "gracious words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones." Ephesians 4:1-3 says, "I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." Here are a few takeaways from the episode: Gentleness and humility are linked, they go hand in hand in our life Repentance is a sign of having a gentle heart Gentleness is overlooked because it causes us to go low and put others higher McKenzie shares several powerful tips on how to live a life of gentleness. She talks about how curiosity is tied to gentleness. She often asks herself, “where is this person coming from?” It has helped her cover her heart and relationships with gentleness. The goal is to overflow with gentleness. When we walk with the Holy Spirit, we are invited to treat others with gentleness. He continually gives us chances to be gentle instead of harsh or judgmental. Are you gentle? Do you see God as gentle? McKenzie also speaks to the character of God and how his voice is gentle. She shares how over the years she has learned how to hear God and see Him as gentle. There is a distinction between the voice of God and the voice of the enemy, often it is distinguished by gentleness. Listen and share this inspirational truth today! This podcast is for you if you want to walk in gentleness and if you want to see God as a gentle God. Want MORE resources? Join Basecamp Here! Other Resources!
Many of us think of adipose tissue as just a place to store excess fat to be used for energy. However, adipose tissue is very biologically active and secretes some important hormones and mediators called adipokines. These messengers help regulate glucose and lipid metabolism, control hunger, and affect insulin levels. That being said, ALL of our hormones work together like a symphony – cortisol, thyroid hormones, sex hormones, and don't forget the adipokines. In today's episode, we discuss important bioactive messengers created by our fat tissue (leptin and adiponectin), how they affect us systemically, and strategies to optimize them. Today on The Lab Report: 3:40 Adipose tissue, adipokines, and types of fat 7:40 What are adipokines? 10:25 Adiponectin does great things 13:00 How to increase adiponectin 14:20 Better Know a Biomarker – Leptin! 17:40 Obesity and leptin resistance 19:25 Treating leptin resistance 21:35 Leptin vs. ghrelin 23:15 Adiponectin/leptin ratio Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: email@example.com. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. To find a qualified healthcare provider to connect you with Genova testing, or to access select products directly yourself, visit Genova Connect. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, Steve talks about one of the most important aspects of running a successful business — how you treat people. He discusses the importance of treating all people well around you, from customers and employees to suppliers and even trash collectors. By sharing the examples from his own contracting business he proves that people are the most important aspect of any successful business. In this episode, Steve discusses: The key to a successful business How to make your employees more money Treating all people within your ring of existence with appreciation and respect Building your people-to-people skills Lessons Steve has learned from his experiences about treating people well Recognizing people for their contributions, thanking them, and making them feel valued Resources: Ready to take your business to eight figures and beyond? Join us this October 2023 in Jacksonville, Florida, for the Florida Summit. Our experts will share the secrets of crafting a rock-solid five-year vision, scaling your business properly, and gaining full control of your finances. Visit thecontractorfight.com/Florida-Summit today and join us in Florida this October!
Are you tired of wearing busyness like a badge of honor? Yeah, us too. Alli + SarCar are back together for a casual banter episode to discuss everything that's been going on in their lives recently. From girl math to psychic dreams and more... Also, big thank you to our two incredible sponsors, Joyus & Lulu's Oxford, two female-founded brands we LOVE! Joyus is our favorite brand of non-alcoholic wines, and you can use our code SISTERS for 10% off! Go to www.drinkjoyous.com or check them out on Instagram at @drinkjoyous.Lulu's is our go-to spot for cute and affordable shoes and accessories. Located in Oxford, MS, Lulu's ships nationwide. Shop today at www.shopluox.com or directly through Instagram at @lulusoxford. Support the showSupport the show
Acne let's get candid about the journey through my skincare struggles. With acne starting back to high school to now, let's dive into the mistakes, money, and energy lost that it took for me to try to fix my acne. We get into beauty products that became my ride or die and the treatments that did and didn't improve my skin. We chat about my experience with Accutane and Aviclear and I am here to tell you what worked and what didn't. You can watch the full episodes on our YoutubeYoutube - ConfessionsofawannabeitgirlConfessions of A Wannabe It Girl's TikTok:@wannabeitgirlpodcast Confessions of A Wannabe It Girl's IG:@confessionsofawannabeitgirl
Camilo Ortiz is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the director of clinical training at Long Island University-Post as well as maintaining a private practice. Dr Ortiz is developing a novel approach to treating childhood anxiety by providing children with opportunties to practice being independent. Everyday acts of doing things independent of adults essentially exercise the same psychological muscles that a child need to deal with anxiety. His approach has the potential to be a promising addition and at times an alternative to traditional exposure based therapy for anxiety. This approach has an accessible simplicity and leverages children natural wish to be independent and competent. His Website is http://drcamiloortiz.com https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/04/opinion/anxiety-depression-teens.html https://profectusmag.com/treating-childhood-anxiety-with-a-mega-dose-of-independence/ https://letgrow.org/program/the-let-grow-project/
Have you ever wanted someone to just hand you the specific “recipe” for true weight loss? Well, over the course of the next three episodes, Amanda and I will be doing just that in a new series we are calling “A Recipe for Weight Loss.” In this episode, we are covering ingredient #1: a true identity. How we SEE ourselves (as a failure, unworthy, inconsistent, undisciplined, etc) is how we ultimately end up TREATING ourselves as we live our lives day to day. We need to do the same… remember who we are and WHOSE we are… and stay focused on the miracles that are happening around us every day. Your identity was gifted to you when you were born - it's rooted in Christ! After listening to this episode, I would love for you to reach out to me on Instagram and send me a message letting me know some ways you will begin establishing and implementing YOUR true identity today! Check out today's episode. Thank you for tuning in! I'd love to chat more about this and any other nutrition questions you have over on Instagram (@rachelmeigsking)! In this episode, we cover: A recipe for weight loss Your identity in Christ Discovering your true identity LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE: Interested in joining A Body of Grace 12 week program? Book a call here. Follow A Body of Grace on Instagram: @abodyofgrace Connect with me on Instagram: @rachelmeigsking Want your official Caffeine, Protein, & Jesus merchandise? Shop here and use the code “BODYOFGRACE” at checkout. Subscribe to Amanda's YouTube channel Want healthy lifestyle tips and encouragement? Join me over in my free Facebook community: Encouraging Christian Weight Loss MORE ABOUT FEED YOURSELF: HEALTHY HABITS FOR THE MIND, BODY, & SOUL PODCAST: Feed Yourself: Healthy Habits for the Mind, Body, & Soul is all about learning the key components of overall health based on Biblical principles. When most people think about getting in shape and becoming “healthy”, they immediately think about their physical health: losing weight, making exercise a priority, possessing flexibility and endurance, and remaining disease free. But Scripture makes it clear that physical wellness is not the only area that impacts health. In order to be TRULY healthy, we have to focus on four areas: spiritual health, emotional health, mental health, and physical health. This podcast dives deep into the tools and head knowledge you will need in order to create lasting results, but it also looks at the element that truly ties it all together - the heart knowledge that incorporates faith in God in this area of our lives and how to apply it when things get tough (and they will!). I wanted to create a space to let you know you are never alone on this journey. Through years of experience in doing everything the WRONG way, I am here to share my journey of getting healthy from the inside out - ditching the restriction and diet culture and truly learning to treat my body as the temple God intended it to be. Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I discuss healthy habits to incorporate in your daily life to propel you forward and FEED YOURSELF on your journey to health in all areas: mind, body, and soul!
Back for part two of their chat on conscientious parenting, Mason and Tahnee come together today to expand their discourse into the area of the conscious and subconscious mind, exploring how ingrained patterns of thinking and behaving influence our ability to show up for our children and partners in the ways we desire, highlighting that awareness and presence are ultimately at the crux of all these things. Tahnee speaks to the RIE parenting method and the work of Magda Gerber and Janet Landsbury, sharing their framework around empathy, and how to use it as a tool of enquiry and understanding, especially when experiencing interpersonal difficulties with your child. The topic of empathy poses the existential question; how do we walk on the hot coals of our experience with grace and regulation? Tahnee and Mason both champion engaging with personal practice and developing tools that enhance the cultivation of your mental, physical and spiritual capacity, whether these be through herbal allies, meditation, movement, breath or self compassion. Tahnee emphasises how difficult it can be to break habitual patterns, recounting a recent experience she had relocating the tea towels in her house, Tahnee found she kept going back to their previous location, which stands as a simple (and very sweet) reminder that it takes time to change and it's imperative that we allow ourselves humility as our bodies and minds catch up to new terrain. Rhythm, routine and being realistic with expectations is also explored, along with using play as a tool for learning. Another stimulating conversation between our favourite pair. Mason & Tahnee discuss: - Empathy for your child's experience as a key pillar in conscious parenting. - How to communicate with your kids without being condescending. - The books and tools Tahnee & Mason use to support their parenting intentions. - Treating your child like an individual with unique needs, regardless of their age. - Using rhythm and routine to create stability/safety in the family culture. - How to use seasons and celebratory festivities to punctuate time throughout the year. - The work of Rudolf Steiner. - The importance of encouraging play, wonder and magic in parenting. - Using Astrology, German New Medicine and Human Design to support your children. Resource guide Guest Links Tahnee's website Tahnee's Instagram Mason's Instagram Mentioned In This Episode RIE Parenting MethodJanet LansburyMagda GerberNew Earth Mama InstagramHow to Talk So Little Kids Will ListenGerman New Medicine Related Podcasts Conscientious Parenting with Mason & Tahnee Taylor Part 1 (EP#200) Connect With Us SuperFeast InstagramSuperFeast FacebookSuperFeast TikTok SuperFeast Online Education Check Out The Transcript Below: https://www.superfeast.com.au/blogs/articles/conscientious-parenting-with-mason-tahnee-taylor-part-2-ep-201
For Episode 156 of the Wealth On Any Income Podcast, Rennie is joined by Chellie Campbell. Chellie treats money disorders - spending bulimia and income anorexia. She's been teaching Financial Stress Reduction principles for 33 years and has written 3 books, including The Wealthy Spirit, a page-a-day book that is also a popular Facebook group. Chellie's mission is to put the fun back in funds!Are you interested in treating your money disorder?In this episode, Rennie and Chellie cover:01:53 Chellie's journey from being hired by a small bookkeeping firm to doing what she does today – putting the fun back in funds!04:00 Chellie's strategy for BUDGETS (Baby U Deserve Getting Everything).05:16 How the three books Chellie published didn't make er a lot of money in sales, but how it helped her in her business.06:14 Chellie wrote her book The Wealthy Spirit because she loves to teach by story and how she was surprised when her publisher was looking for a second book!08:27 What the “glad game” is and how Chellie uses it every day.09:24 Chellie's charity of choice is The Midnight Mission – downtown Los Angeles and the great work they do.09:55 Chellie is currently working primarily in her Facebook group – The Wealthy Spirit – where she does a 10-minute video to inspire her members to do positive affirmations every day.11:27 Faith without work is dead – Chellie shares why action is also critical.13:28 Chellie shares her biggest failure and the valuable lessons she learned from that experience.19:00 How you can contact Chellie by visiting her website https://chellie.com or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. By visiting her website you can get her Top 14 Absolutely Amazing Abundance Affirmations.19:43 If you would like to sign up for The Wealthy Spirit Facebook Group for $7 for the first 30 days visit: https://chellie.com/the-wealthy-spirit-group/aff/74 use the discount code: dolphingold“My group is for people who are maybe even reluctant to do the positive thinking, but they're really professionals at the negative thinking. And I have to get them out of that if they're willing to do the work to change - which isn't hard - but you got to do it. You've got to do positive affirmations every day. I'm sorry, you're thinking negative ones 60,000 times a day. So it's just a little switch, and it'll feel uncomfortable to begin with, but that's a sign that you really need it.” – Chellie CampbellTo learn more about Chellie and to get her top 14 Absolutely Amazing Abundance Affirmations visit her website https://chellie.com/To sign up for The Wealthy Spirit Facebook Group for $7 for the first 30 days visit: https://chellie.com/the-wealthy-spirit-group/aff/74use the discount code: dolphingoldIf you'd like to know how books, movies, and society programs you to be poor, and what the cure is visit wealthonanyincome.com/tedx. You'll hear Rennie's TEDx talk and can request a free 27-page Roadmap to Complete Financial Choice® and receive a weekly email with tips, techniques, or inspiration around your business or money. AND if you'd like to see how you can increase your wealth and donate to the causes that touch your heart. Please check out our affordable program ‘Wealth with Purpose'.Rennie's Books and Programshttps://wealthonanyincome.com/books/Wealth with Purpose:https://wealthonanyincome.com/wealthwithpurposeRennie's 9 Days to Financial Freedom program:https://wealthonanyincome.com/programsConnect with Rennie Websites:WealthOnAnyIncome.comRennieGabriel.comEmail: Rennie@WealthOnAnyIncome.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renniegabriel/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WealthOnAnyIncome/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RennieGabrielYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIkYMOuvzHQqVXe4e_L8PgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wealthonanyincome/
Tendinopathy is a common and often challenging musculoskeletal condition. A cornerstone of diagnosing and managing tendinopathy is assessing the problem well. In today's episode, Dr Myles Murphy (Edith Cowan University, Australia) shares a new patient-reported outcome measure for evaluating Achilles tendinopathy-related disability, the TENDINS-A (TENDINopathy Severity Assessment-Achilles). ------------------------------ RESOURCES The TENDINopathy Severity Assessment-Achilles (TENDINS-A) patient-reported outcome measure: https://www.jospt.org/doi/10.2519/jospt.2023.11964 ICON 2019 International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium consensus statement: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31685525/ JOSPT Insights episode 79: Treating tricky tendons, with Dr Ebonie Rio: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/ep-79-treating-tricky-tendons-with-dr-ebonie-rio/id1522929437?i=1000558586146 or https://open.spotify.com/episode/6d8WMYDQI8s0X9Iu1G68aK Systematic review of Achilles tendinopathy outcome measures: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34797533/ For more on the Virtual Sports PT Conference (3-4 November, 2023), including the full program and to purchase tickets, head to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aaspt-and-jospt-virtual-sports-pt-conference-tickets-694110913427.
In this episode of Unstoppable REI Wealth, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeff Nydegger, the CEO of Kendall Partners. With over a thousand transactions under his belt, Jeff has been leading the company since 2007. During our conversation, Jeff shared valuable insights into his hiring process, highlighting the use the tools he uses to ensure his team members align with the company's values. He also discussed his review process, which has garnered close to 300 testimonials. Additionally, Jeff emphasized the importance of salespeople and staff training and their role in scaling the business. If you're looking to scale your own real estate business, you won't want to miss this episode. Tune in to gain valuable advice from Jeff's expertise in direct-to-seller marketing and buying houses off-market in the greater Chicago metro area. - Interview with Jeff Nydegger, CEO of Kendall Partners- Scaling mode: marketing and expansion- Hiring process and use of Pi tool- Review process and testimonials- Salespeople for staff training- Kendall Partners specializes in direct-to-seller marketing- Focus on rehabbing, flipping, and wholesaling- Unique approach to wholesaling in the Chicago suburbs- Transparency and reliability in the market- Future plans to incorporate Novations- Implementation of Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)- Structure of expanding team- Importance of transparency and seller satisfaction- Scaling the business with departments- Importance of well-structured organization and strong team- Treating real estate business as a business- Motivating and guiding operational staff- Building and retaining a great team- Hiring qualified individuals and aligning with core values- Navigating challenges and anticipating market shifts- Understanding individual preferences and strengths- Improving team dynamics- Importance of being in the right seat within an organization- Avoiding burnout and maximizing productivity- Creating a healthier and more efficient work environment- Understanding oneself and employees within an organization- Negative impact of employees in wrong roles- Importance of people and processes for business success- Strategies for successful sales and building trust- Clear expectations and transparency in growth journey- Investing in branding and marketing for credibility- Training and learning from experienced professionals- Listening to potential customers and addressing concerns- Giving salespeople enough time during appointments- Role shift after purchase agreement is signed- Testimonial process and requesting five-star reviews- Genuine interactions and impact on business reputation- Importance of online reviews and credibility- Correlation between reviews and SEO- Use of AI and direct mail in marketing strategies- Impact of direct mail on lead generation- Challenges with lead generation and conversion- Treating unqualified leads with compassion- Utilizing various marketing strategies- Conversion rates and ratio of leads to deals- Efficiencies and high level of customer care- Challenges of real estate market in New York and Chicago- Tracking and analyzing marketing efforts- Importance of careful marketing analysis and strategy- Financial aspects of real estate business- Gross profit range and knowing your numbers- Adjusting marketing budget for success Connect with Jeff - https://www.kendallpartnersltd.com/https://www.jeffbuysyourhouse.com/Email - Jeff@kendallpartnersltd.com And after that head on over to...https://easysell411.comhttps://billyalvaro.comhttps://billyssecrets.comWho knows maybe you will be our next partner?To get some neat (and FREE) Tools | Tips | Tricks to help you in REI!
Where's the best place to ripen tomatoes? How do I get my cosmos plant to flower? What's the best way to ripen harvested seeds? Kathy Clugston and the GQT panellists have taken a trip to one of the UK's most loved gardens, the breath-taking Great Dixter Gardens in East Sussex, to answer pressing horticultural queries sent in by our listeners. Ready and waiting with tips and tricks are garden designer Juliet Sargeant, expert plantsman Matt Biggs and curator of RHS Wisley, Matthew Pottage. Treating the team to a tour is the estate is head gardener, Fergus Garrett. Producer: Dom Tyerman Assistant Producer: Rahnee Prescod Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
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In this episode, you will learn: Peak times that thyroid issues may occur How to treat different types of thyroid issues What is Hashimoto's and why might you be suffering in silence from it? Why 90-97% of women are not correctly diagnosed Best approach to diagnose and treat thyroid issues in midlife Dr. Wentz is trained in functional medicine through The Institute for Functional Medicine, Kalish Functional Medicine, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, and holds certifications in Medication Therapy Management as well as Advanced Diabetes Care through the American Pharmacists Association. In 2013, she received the Excellence in Innovation Award from the Illinois Pharmacists Association. After being diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis in 2009, Dr. Wentz was surprised at the lack of knowledge about lifestyle interventions for Hashimoto's, hypothyroidism, and autoimmune conditions. She decided to take on the development of lifestyle interventions as her personal mission in an effort to help heal herself and others with Hashimoto's. After two years of researching Hashimoto's and Hypothyroidism, she decided to combine emerging knowledge with her quality improvement expertise to run rapid tests of change on herself that led her to discover the root cause of her condition. She has summarized three years of research and two years of testing in her book: Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: Lifestyle Interventions for Finding and Treating the Root Cause.
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