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Ever Better Podcast | Inspiring Stories | Motivating | Transition with Grace | Fulfillment | Wisdom

Feeling fulfilled and passionate about our work comes from having autonomy, competence, and relatedness.  So what do those three terms mean and how can you achieve them? ----------------------------------------------- Welcome to Ever Better Today: the daily podcast for creating your optimal business, career, or overall life in ten minutes or less. I'm Lisa Conners Vogt, Executive and Leadership Coach and founder of Ever Better Coaching and Consulting. Let's jump in! ---------------------------------------------- Cal Newport talks about Self-Determination Theory (SDT) in his book “So Good They Can't Ignore You”. SDT is actually composed of six mini-theories and one of them is Basic Psychological Needs Theory. To learn more, go to selfdeterminationtheory.org/theory Basic Psychological Needs Theory Psychological well-being and optimal functioning are a result of autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Autonomy This is the feeling that you have control over your day and that your work is important and meaningful. Don't expect this in the early days of your career. Strive for a blend of autonomy and guidance by finding mentors and role models to help you navigate your profession. As you gain experience, you'll enjoy more autonomy than you've earned.  Competence There are four levels of competence. As your skills and awareness develop, you'll move through the phases of: Unconscious incompetence; conscious incompetence; conscious competence; and unconscious competence. Learn more about this model by listening to Episode 7 of Ever Better Today. Relatedness This is the feeling of connection to other people. You have to feel a connection in order to feel very engaged and passionate about your job and mission-driven. Episodes 99, 100, 101, 102, and 103 describe just some of the takeaways from So Good They Can't Ignore You and Born Standing Up. There are many other lessons in these books so I encourage you to read or listen to them. yourself! You can find them here.  ----------------------------------------------- To learn more about working with Ever Better, send me an email here or book a complimentary call with me here

Horror_Fan
Bates Motel "Unconscious"

Horror_Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:32


Here's the full episode of the Season 3 finale of Episode 10 of Bates Motel, Unconscious, based on Norman Bates! Plot: Norman's issues push Norma to the breaking point, Emma has an unexpected reaction to good news, Romero picks a side and seals his fate in the town, and Caleb's decision brings about major life changes.

The Positive Pants Podcast
What IS The Enneagram And How Can It Help?

The Positive Pants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 12:47


Show note links: Book an Enneagram Essentials session https://bit.ly/enneagramessentials Follow my new account https://www.instagram.com/enneagramandexcell Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App & Community https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app Freebies: Grab your FREE ‘Stressed To Success' meditation: https://bit.ly/stressedtosuccess  Book in a free discovery call: https://calendly.com/franexcell/20min Ways to work with me: 1:1: https://franexcell.com/work-with-me SOS! (Success Over Stress) Group Programme (Coming back Spring 2022!) Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App & Community https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app The Mentorship 6 month programme: https://beyondthedawnblog.com/the-mentorship/ (Next Cohort June 2022) Products: Grab Your 365 day Gratitude Journal on Amazon:https://bit.ly/365daygratitude  Grab Your Positive Pants Firmly On Notebook:https://bit.ly/positivepantsonbook  To sign up for The Positive Pants Planner Waitlist: https://bit.ly/pppimwaiting  Contact: Make sure you're following me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/imfranexcell/ and tag me into your key takeaways! Email me at hello@franexcell.com with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ What IS The Enneagram?   What is the enneagram?    You've heard me talking about it a bit by now and I came out of the closet last week on it being a super secret weapon that I've been keeping up my sleeve for years, reserved for private clients and people I spend time with in person.   I even started a brand new shiny instagram account for it because I think it deserves to stand on its own and I want to make sure the people following it are engaging with it and looking to learn, as there are 9 types and I know when people find it they'll want to find their direct information about their number which is much easier to do if it's all in one place.    So I've gone back to being a proper newbie over @enneagramandexcell (see what I did there…cheeky cringey play on my name, coz you can excel with the enneagram…anyhoo!) over on Instagram and i'm even going to get down with the kids on tiktok so please do come show me some love, i'd really appreciate it.   Come join me and my 45 followers over there because we're going to have a lot of fun and exploration.    So what is the enneagram and why do I think it's so great?!   At its most basic the enneagram is a personality profiling system.    If you've ever been fascinated by Myers Briggs, VIA, Strengthsfinder, Disc profiling, Human design or any other system that helps you understand yourself you will love the enneagram.   But it has a twist.    With most personality profiling systems (apart from zodiac and human design) they are movable beasts. They shift and change as you do and with the context with which you answer the questions.    For example, your Myers Briggs might be different if you answer thinking about work or within a friendship group context.    Once you're an adult your enneagram number won't change.  Regardless of the context.  It's not as simple as pigeon holing you into one number either. There is a spectrum of healthy, average and healthy within your number.   There is also your social stance to consider (I won't go into that today but there are 3 social stances within each number, make sure you're following @enneagramandexcell where i'll go into these things more)   And then you have a stress number and a growth number AND potential wings too.   So it's pretty in depth.    But what actually is it?   The Enneagram is essentially a modern integration/combination of a number of ancient traditions and philosophies grounded in psychology.  It was originally put together by Oscar Ichazo.   It uses an ancient symbol with 9 points. These are the different personality numbers.    The other thing that is different with the enneagram is it's not simply about behaviours.  It's about unconscious motivations. It's about WHY you do what you do.   All those things that frustrate you about yourself or other people become clear when you understand your enneagram.   Those things that really bother you and don't seem to bother other people start to make sense.    Why certain things trigger you starts to make sense.   You begin to understand your own, and other peoples', behaviour on a deep level.  With this awareness comes self compassion, compassion and understanding for others, self acceptance, AND most importantly the ability to change and grow through that awareness.   It's all about ego structure, ego consciousness. Unconscious programming and unconscious fears and motivations which drive behaviour.  So you can probably see why I love it and why I use it and why it's helpful in my work.   It tells you if you're driven by head, heart or gut, whether you're falling into healthy, average or healthy versions of your personality type.  It gives you clues for when you're veering into stress territory and also when you're in growth.   It helps you figure out why some things feel really hard for you and others feel easy.  And why you can get frustrated with other people when you think it ‘should' be easy and it's not.   All the clues are there and it's an incredible, incredible tool for self awareness which is exactly what you need to create any change in your life.   Using the enneagram (and a core reason why I use it) really helps you see where you're trying to do things against your own identity and personality.  It helps me, and therefore you, see what's really important to you.  Why certain things might not have been working and feel like you're wading through treacle.     It helps you see how to shape your business, or the kind of roles to go for in your career.  Why some things just don't click and others do.   For me, the enneagram makes the foundational work to ensure a path to success and happiness ten times easier.    It creates the awareness that a lot of people struggle with for a long time. It makes it easier to be conscious of these patterns and makes them far easier to change.   It even helps you see why you might struggle with certain friendship dynamics, with authority, in romantic relationships and where you can excel.    You stop beating yourself up, you start to be able to accept others.  All round less frustration! Delightful. It basically, in my opinion, makes life so much easier.   THEN combining this with my work in complex trauma, cognitive and somatic modalities, how to heal, regulate emotions, regulate the nervous system leads to a holistic approach to your growth, success, happiness and all the juicy good stuff!   Hopefully you can see how this might be super helpful for you too.    If you do want to go deeper into this little introduction of what the enneagram is and how it can help then do make sure you're following @enneagramandexcell I've also just launched some beta pricing on Enneagram essentials sessions with me.  These are 60 minute sessions where we'll go through your profile together so you can see the patterns and opportunities for growth specific to you, your number and where you currently are within that spectrum.   It's normally £500 for an hour with me but as they're brand spanking new these sessions are just £222 so if you want to take advantage of one of those then drop me a DM on Instagram @enneagramandexcell or just head to https://bit.ly/enneagramessentials If you have questions or want to ask about payment plans just drop me a message on instagram or email hello@franexcell.com   I'm LOVING doing these already. I can't wait to find out your number and how it can help you grow!   Fx

BOPCAST
Shit Show #4 - Reacting to Your Submissions on Andrew Tate, Police Reform, Lightening McQueen and More

BOPCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 110:26


Watch me and Trett get canceled. This is the 4th installment of the Shit Show. (0:00) - (13:51) - James Webb Telescope (13:51) - (16:31) - Do chimps have better memories than humans? The one thing that makes us fundamentally different. (16:31) - (18.26) - Is Google translate that good? and guests overheating (18:26) - (26) - Submission #1 by Chris Miller: Andrew Tates Story Broken Down (26) - (32:53) - IS Andrew Tate's business legit? Exposing Hustlers University and the War Room (32:50) - (46:45) - Submission #1, Q2 by Alex Compta - Is police reform necessary? And what facts can we actually agree on?  (46:45) - (55) - Submission #2 by Luke Miller: Does Lightening McQueen use car insurance or life insurance?  (55:33) - (01:06:30) - Submission #3 by Dan Gallagher - What should you do for shoulder, hip, and ankle mobility?  (01:06:30) - (01:14:00) - Are bench and deadlift even worth it? Form, technique, and disagreeing on the back arch.  (01:15:00) - (01:26:00) - How to target any specific muscle in a compound movement, how to stop shaking on bunch, Mark Bell, Ryan Humiston.  (01:27:00) - (01:30:00) - Trett's role in BopCast and the podcasts perception.  (01:29:00) - (01:33:00) - Unconscious and conscious influences on podcasting and life.  (01:33:00) - (01:39:00) - How Sully developed comfortability on the podcast over 4 years, and Trett's takeaways.  (01:39:00) - (01:43:00) - Does Sully watch every single Joe Rogan? And how the podcast clips get made.  (01:43:00) - End - The Job that turned both of us into salesman and podcasters. You can be featured on the next shit show by submitting a video with a question or a topic for us to cover. You can direct message Sully on any social media platform with your submission. We are only accepting videos. Links Below: _ Watch the Video Version on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5yW2ZNS4Iq7ff_EeKe3HkQ (YouTube) https://www.instagram.com/sullybop/ (@sullybop) on Instagram Search 'BOPCAST' on any platform! (Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube) Visit https://www.sullybop.com/ (SullyBop.com) for more information, show notes and to join our monthly newsletter. Big shouts to the folks who make this possible: Video - https://www.instagram.com/ferrarib98/ (@ferrarib98) Logo - https://www.instagram.com/ryannkelly20/ (@ryannkelly20) Producer - https://www.instagram.com/minishep13/ (@minishep13) Sponsor - https://www.instagram.com/soda_rewriters/ (@soda_rewriters) Theme Song - https://www.instagram.com/jello.wav/ (@jello.wav)

Spiral Hour
SH5 E45 - Saint Seiya P15: Casually Unconscious Hyoga

Spiral Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 78:11


A blind man and a femboy, the two destined to defeat the Pope. Wolfmother good Material covered: Saint Seiya Episodes 43-45 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spiral-hour/support

The Whole Rabbit
The Occult Methods of Shadow Work

The Whole Rabbit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 47:28


Grab your journal full of embarrassing confessions and prepare to face the inner cringe because this week we are covering the Occult Methods of Shadow Work and why you should do it in the first place.On this week's show we discuss:Chiron in RetrogradeWhat is The Psychological ShadowThe Antagonist as ShadowOrigin of the ShadowThe People InsideThe AenimaBook of the LawThe Collective ShadowThe TarotIn the extended show available at www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit we discuss:Why do Shadow WorkLon Milo DuqetteHow to do Shadow WorkThe Things You'll NeedUsing Art to Meet the ShadowThe Ars Goetia and Talking to DemonsMusic By:Spirit Travel Plazahttps://open.spotify.com/artist/30dW3WB1sYofnow7y3V0YoWhere to find The Whole Rabbit:YouTube: https://youtu.be/z4DL6BFdzfMMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/thewholerabbit/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0AnJZhmPzaby04afmEWOAVInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_rabbitSources:CJ Jung Collective Unconscious:https://www.academia.edu/39974594/C_G_Jung_Collected_Works_Volume_9i_The_Archetypes_of_the_Collective_UnconsciousThe Shadow:https://www.thesap.org.uk/articles-on-jungian-psychology-2/about-analysis-and-therapy/the-shadow/https://academyofideas.com/2015/12/carl-jung-and-the-shadow-the-hidden-power-of-our-dark-side/http://jungcurrents.com/quotations-shadowBook of the Law:https://www.sacred-texts.com/oto/engccxx.htmSupport the show

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
How To Build Confidence and Competence

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 46:53


Today I'm talking to Marcy Amato about how to build confidence and competence. Marcy Amaro, is an educator, speaking expert, podcaster, and empowerment coach who has been working with new entrepreneurs and business owners for nearly three decades. As a coach and mentor, she helps her clients find the confidence and develop the skills necessary to refine their voice and increase their impact through public speaking. Video, podcasting, live events, and other speaking engagements are the fastest and most effective way to scale your business and increase your impact. Marcy can help you find, hone, and leverage your voice for both impact AND income! In this episode, you'll learn about how to build confidence and comptence as well as...   Marcy's definition of confidence The concept 'From Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence' The correlation between responsibility and confidence Actionable first steps would you recommend for someone who is struggling with self-doubt, lack of confidence, or imposter syndrome And so much more Marcy's Resources   Marcy's Website Connect with Marcy on: LinkedIn Instagram Facebook Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes We use Descript to edit our episodes and it's fantastic! Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Marcy: [00:00:00] Hi, Marcy. So good to  Sarah: see you and good to hang out with you. We're actually doing a double episode. Wonderful. My show. And then I'm gonna.  Marcy: To your show as well. So really excited to be. Yeah, I'm really excited. I'm really excited. Thank you.  Sarah: So we got to know each other Marcy, because you invited me to a summit. I call it, I, I ended up calling it a cozy summit because I just felt like it was such a cozy atmosphere. I'm not a. Not always a big fan of these huge summits, whether there's like 50 speakers, you know, like it's almost like overwhelming  Marcy: the people who sign up sometimes  Sarah: they're they're good value. But anyway, I liked yours. It was very cozy. And thank you. And authentic, because that was also the, the topic the, of, of this summit. So being authentic in business and, and visibility and all that. So we really connected on that authentic level. And I thought, well, I need to [00:01:00] have you on my show, not to talk about authenticity. , but what we really wanted to talk about is something that you presented to your summit subscribers about this idea of and I have to read it because it's, it's, it's like, it was like a, to how do you call those tongue. Tongue twister, tongue twister. Yeah. Tongue twister. Because it it's, it is from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence. Yes. So this idea that you go from the incompetence to competence, but from unconscious to, and I actually said it wrong from unconscious to conscious, right.  Marcy: No, it's unconscious to unconscious. Yeah. Unconscious to unconscious. Explain it more in a minute. Yeah. okay.  Sarah: Yeah. So anyway, we're, we're gonna unpack that because I think there's a lot to say about that. But maybe. Before we get into that you call yourself a speaking and empowerment coach. So tell us what the biggest, biggest struggle is for your [00:02:00] clients. What, what did they, what did they come to you  Marcy: for? Most of my clients come to me because they have been trying to build a tribal movement around something that is just a passion of theirs. Something that they truly believe would change the world for the better. But they can't seem to get traction on their message. Like they go back and forth on how to present it, or they might even be terrified of the whole idea of standing in front of other people and talking, even if it's virtually like a lot of people have a lot of apprehension. In fact, public speaking is the number one fear in the world. So they are reallys. Scared or uncomfortable or unsure about how to get their message out there. So what I help them do is hone in on what their real message is. Mm-hmm , I help them gain confidence and empower them in their ability to present that message in a way that resonates with other people. And then I help them launch some sort of platform so that they can actually [00:03:00] deliver their message and make it visible and accessible to the public. So that's what they come to me.  Sarah: Mm sounds wonderful. And you mentioned a term that I think kind of fits with this unconscious incompetence and unconscious competence, which is the word confidence. So. You help your clients with confidence? Tell us mm-hmm, more about how you would define confidence. We talk about confidence a lot here on this podcast, because for, you know, the gentle kind of people, the heart centered entrepreneurs, confidence is a big thing. Yes. So how would you define it? How do you talk about it in your  Marcy: words? My big thing with confidence is we tend to confuse it with self assurance, right? Like most of the time when we talk about wanting to be confident, what we're really looking for is that sense of self assurance that I can stand wherever I'm at and look like I know what I'm doing and where I won't be fidgeting and nervous and unsure about [00:04:00] what I am about to. Right. Mm-hmm mm-hmm so that is more of a self-assurance issue than confidence. In my view, confidence is something that is dependent on the task and on the situation, like we can be completely confident in certain circumstances and completely lack confidence in others. And it's the same person. Right? So when we talk about confidence per se, In my opinion, we're looking more at competence than confidence. And we can talk about that distinction in a minute if you'd like, but it's this idea that. Confidence comes from feeling like we have the skill, the talent, and the ability to perform the particular task that is in front of us. Not necessarily the overall sense of self assurance. Those are two different things in my view. Mm  Sarah: it's interesting. So it, to me, it sounds like. One. So the, the self-assurance is kind of like definitely this inner work to, you know, that you can work on [00:05:00] to get self-assurance and then the confidence, the way you define it is more like, well, get competent and then you will feel more con.  Marcy: Fit confidence. It does feel like we're doing a tongue twister, right? yes. And there are different, and there are different elements to this piece of confidence. Right. And I think that they all somehow intertwine and stem from competence in what we will unpack in a minute, but it comes from. Competence right from the commitment on actually achieving whatever it is that you're trying to achieve. And from as assuming responsibility right for that task or that end result. So when I know that I'm not a victim to whatever's happening around me, that I am responsible for the results I produce when I am committed. To getting to that result. And I am developing the confidence to get to that result. I mean, the competence, there's no way I cannot be confident in doing what I'm about to do. Does that make sense? Mm mm-hmm mm-hmm  Sarah: so you brought in another word [00:06:00] that's responsibility and so , well, I think it's time that we unpack your, your concept from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence so that we. Kind of place these different terms at the right places. So tell us all about  Marcy: absolutely. And it might get a little tricky there for a minute. So I'll go a little slowly at the beginning. So there are four levels in this transition, and this is not a concept that I came up with. This is something that I've learned throughout my study of leadership and it begins with whatever. What we want to accomplish whatever skill we want to be confident in or whatever we want to do. We typically start at the unconscious incompetence level, which means that we don't know what we don't. Right. So we are unsure of what it even entails. We might know that we want to do something with it. We might know that it's important. We might have a preliminary definition of what it is, but we don't know all the skills that are involved. We [00:07:00] don't know what we should research. We don't even know where to start. Right. So that's the unconscious incompetent piece from that we move to conscious incompetence, which means that now we are aware of everything that we Don. So we've all been in the, in the space, right. Where we are trying to get better at something, whatever it might be. And we start looking into it and then we realize, oh, wait a minute, like, let's use business for instance, wait a minute. I thought I could just start a business, but I need to learn about marketing. And I need to know about copywriting and I need to know about audiences and I need to know about promotion and I need to know about offers and, and we start unpacking all the different things that are involved in it. And suddenly we're really conscious of everything that we don't. So we get into the space, usually of feeling a little bit of overwhelmed and of feeling like, do I really need to know all of this and feeling this big because we realize how little we actually know about the enterprise that we just started. And that's that level of conscious incompetence. Mm-hmm as we start. [00:08:00] Just diving into all that research. Then we move into conscious competence, which is when we are able to do the thing. So we know what we need to do, but we need to be very conscious and very aware of every step involved in the process. So that's when we might need to rely on checklists or we might need to rely on scripts, or we might need to do get a little hand holding from someone that's gonna walk us through the process. Right. So we can do it. We're able to perform, but we still need eight and resources to help us through because we're very conscious of every little step that we need to do. Right. And then we finally get to that level of unconscious competence, which is when we are so competent in that skill, that it becomes second nature. It's in our body language, it's in everything we do, it becomes part of who we are. We don't have to think about it. We. Do it, and it becomes so ingrained in who we are and what we do that [00:09:00] sometimes we even forget that we went through that entire process and it becomes something that we take for granted. Mm-hmm because it's so. Comfortable. And it's so easy and we are so confident in doing it that we don't even have to think about it. So those are the stages.  Sarah: Mm. Yeah. I love that. And when you presented it, you kind of had this these steps, right. Like of a staircase and we were you you're going up. I have a bunch of follow up questions and, and maybe also kind. Playing devil's advocate about the last stage, but let me start with the, the idea of the word incompetence to me. It has kind of, you know, has this negative aftertaste in my mouth, Sinai. I think it's just natural and human to not want to be incompetent. So is it always a bad thing to be incompetent? Marcy: Not even a little bit. And actually , there's this saying in my world, embrace the suck. I don't know if you've heard that before. Mm-hmm but embrace the fact that [00:10:00] everybody starts sucking and I hate that word, but. I mean, it is what it is. We all start bad at whatever it is that we're doing something. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And the thing is once we understand all those terms that we usually assign a negative connotation to us neutral. Right. So there's nothing good or bad unless you interpret it as good or bad. Yes. Can we all agree on that? So if we agree on that, then we can see that incompetence simply means that we are not yet competent. So that means there's a lot of room for growth and for improvement. Right? Right. And if we embrace this idea that we need to be lifelong learners, then every time we recognize an area of unconscious incompetence, We should get excited about the prospect of eventually becoming competent. If it's something that really resonates with us, or that is important to us, right? Mm-hmm , there are areas in life that I will always want to be incompetent in. Right. There are things that I just have absolutely no interest in learning. At all [00:11:00] whatsoever, like I have no interest in learning how to play football. I have no interest, you know, there are certain things that I'm just not interested in and you as well. So it's okay to recognize that those are areas of incompetence. And even as we build businesses, or even as we grow our movements, It's important to recognize those areas of incompetence and be honest with ourselves about whether that is something that we want to build the competence in, or if it's something that we simply want to get alongside someone else who is competent at it, who gets passion from it, who loves it. And then partner with that person because that's part of the beauty. I think of what you propose as humane and gentle marketing, right. Is we don't have to know it all. We can be in collaboration with other people and that expands our ability to be competent.  Sarah: Yeah. Or, or even just. Not do it at all. Like I'm thinking of, you know, the social media things. Well, I'm definitely incompetent on Instagram and I could partner with someone who's [00:12:00] competent. But maybe I just don't want to so I can also absolutely say, you know, not for me it's okay. That I I'm. Absolutely. I'm not there. Yeah. Yeah. I really appreciate you saying that. And then the other end of the spectrum is the, the, the unconscious competence where. You know, sometimes it's also good to still have that beginner's mind all the time. Right. And, and I think you kind of hinted at it's like this risk of feeling super competent and then maybe start lacking. Is it like slacking a little bit and not doing the preparation you need to do or. Or just not expand your thinking and, and your learning. Have you seen that as well?  Marcy: Yeah. And not only that and I, I will touch on what you just said, but I would add to that the layer of I very often have clients who come to me with this. Belief that they don't have anything special to offer the marketplace. Like there's nothing unique about them at [00:13:00] all. And that stems from being so deeply into unconscious competence, that they can't even recognize their talents anymore. Right. Like they're, they come so naturally to them that they don't see it as something special, but what is. An unconsciously competent area for you is most likely something that somebody else is having a hard time with or wanting to learn more about mm-hmm so there's two dangers to this area of unconscious competence. And I will tell you in a second, what I believe the solution to that is, but it's like you mentioned is first getting really LA lack about it and being all like, oh, it's fine. I don't need to worry about it, cuz I'm just so good at it. Don't need to grow anymore. I don't need to worry about it anymore. And on the other side, becoming so disattached from it, right? That you don't even recognize it as a talent or an ability or a value that you can bring to the marketplace anymore. Right? So my solution to that [00:14:00] is always room for growth, no matter where you're at and to develop what It's called and I forget the lady's name right now, but I will think of it a learner's mindset. Right? So it's just this idea of always being in a position to learn more, to grow more, to see. And a lot of that has to do with the environment that you surround yourself with and the networking and the connections that you make. Right? Because as you get in touch with others who are also really competent in certain areas, you start to realize, oh wait, I never thought of it that way. Or I never saw it this way, or I never. Experimented with doing it that way. And you start to see that there's always even more room for growth. Mm-hmm .  Sarah: Yeah. At the same time, when I think about, you know, marketing and humane marketing, I'm, I'm kind of like, if I always look somewhere else, then I also kind of lose my own way again. so it, it really is a, yeah. You need to find the balance where it's like, okay. I do always. [00:15:00] Get, you know, inspiration from others and see what others do and keep learning. And yet. You know, stay in my own on my own lane and say, no, this is how I'm gonna do it without necessarily being influenced how other people do it. So it really is that yeah. Balance that you need to find for  Marcy: yourself. And I think that that's where the authenticity piece comes in. When you really know who you are and you really are in tune and aligned with your values, there are certain things that you're going to see others do that are immediately going to cause a resistance in the sense of no, that doesn't sound like me or that doesn't look like something I would venture into. And it's trusting that, right? Like there are certain levels of resistance where you need to step into it and just risk it because that's where your next level of growth is. But there are certain things that are just so against. Your nature against who you really are. That just that resistance is saving you from being inauthentic from stepping outside of your values or of your vision. So [00:16:00] it's being really aware and I think both you and I agree in that the very first step in anything that we endeavor has to be complete awareness, right. And so being 100% aware, What your limitations and your boundaries are and being, almost maniacal about not giving up your boundaries and not giving up your authenticity and your integrity. I think that that's where the, the balance is found.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad. Glad you're bringing this up. This reminds me of a, a story that I wanted to share about, you know,  Marcy: my own  Sarah: realization of these things that you were like, oh, that other people are doing this. Like recently I looked that into book marketing because somebody approached me on LinkedIn about book marketing. I'm like, well, yeah, I guess I could do more. The book and, you know, market the, and so I was like, okay, let's get on a zoom call and have a conversation about this. And then the minute, you know, this [00:17:00] guy started to, because I asked him specific questions, what are you gonna do? How are you gonna do it? And he's like, oh, I'm just posting on social media. I'm like, whoa. You know, tell me, tell me more, tell me details. And he's like, oh, I'm just gonna post it on different groups. And I'm like, something's fishy here. I think, you know, this is not, this is not gonna work out. but yet the ego was telling me, oh, this is gonna be good. You know, this is gonna mean more readers. And, and then, and then the, I guess the. The integrity kicked in and said, said, watch out. Something's not right here. And, and so, yeah. Yeah, it's, it's interesting to, you know, still, still expose yourselves to maybe opportunities and things of growth and at the same time realize, okay, you know, This was not that thing that would work for me. Yeah.  Marcy: And, and also being gentle with ourselves in the sense of understanding that we evolve. Right. [00:18:00] Yeah. And so very often we start businesses or ventures with an idealistic view of what we are going to create. Mm-hmm based on. This dream imaginary utopian world that we created in our heads before we dove into what it really is. Right. Right. But as we're exposed to the reality of how things tend to operate out there, we evolve. And that's just the truth. Right? Sometimes we find ourselves going, oh, wait a minute. Maybe I can explore this, or maybe I should do that. Or we see ourselves shift. From one perspective to the next. And it's important to be gentle with ourselves and have grace with ourselves in understanding that if we are to move on this for the long term, then we are going to evolve and we are going to shift and we are going to change. So be open to listening, but also be honest with yourself as to whether this is too much of a compromise to your integrity or not, right? Like, yeah, [00:19:00] you might not. Been in a position right now to say yes to that, but maybe you'll think back on it and maybe, maybe not, maybe you'll think back on it in a few months or a year, and you'll be like, you know what, now I'm willing to explore it a little bit more. Mm-hmm and knowing that that's okay. Right. So we shift, we evolve with change and the only way we can know where we want to go and where we don't is by being open enough to examine what's out there and then seeing whether it resonates with us or. Yeah.  Sarah: Yeah. When you were talking about this journey from incompetence to competence, I was thinking about my own journey, for example, with what came up was the webinars that back in the days I would, I remember I would have, you know, the webinar slides and then I would print out, or I know I would ask a friend for some cardboard. Kind of, because her husband works in a printing shop. And so I would get these print these cardboards and really map out every single slide, what I was gonna say. And, and then I would practice it like, you know, [00:20:00] at least two times go through the whole thing, see how much time I needed for each. And yeah, it was like a big deal every time. Right. I was like, no, I, I don't feel confident if I don't practice, practice, practice, and. That being said, I still do that with the podcast. I like to write a lot of things out you know, for the intro and outro and like a lot of it is still in writing. Because I think it gives me confidence, but it also just, that's how I process my thoughts. And, and so I'm curious if you have an example of something. Oh, and then I didn't share that now in the workshops that I'm giving, I just have bullet points maybe, and you know, a bunch of things on the slide. But I do feel like I'm in that zone of unconscious competence, where I don't need to have any script or anything. So I'm curious what it was for you, where you could really see that journey that you went from.  Marcy: A to Z, you know, [00:21:00] for me, sorry for me, it's more about the copy because I am a literature major. Mm-hmm like, that's what I studied in school. So I was taught a very formulaic framework for how to write mm-hmm , but that's a very different type of writing than copywriting. So every time I'm doing anything that relates to copy, I tend to still, to this day, second, guess myself and read it and reread it a million times. And you know, so my process has been. To find a sweet spot where I can write and trust myself, that what I wrote is what needs to get out there and just sending it be before I have a, a chance to just second guess myself too much. Right, right. And backtrack on it too much. So I've developed certain things that help me. Like, for example, if I'm writing copy for an email broadcast, I actually open my personal email and I open a new message on there and I type it. Like I'm typing a message to a friend on my email. That puts my [00:22:00] mind at ease that I'm not writing. Copy. I'm writing an email to a friend and I'm just sharing all this information with a friend mm-hmm and then I've gotten into the habit of just copy paste, maybe bold, then highlight a couple of things and just hit send before you have a chance to think too much about it, right? Yeah. that's usually what works actually. Yeah. When it comes to copy for my website and for landing pages and things like that, I've gotten in the habit of recording it because I feel very C. Speaking mm-hmm . That is something that I have unconscious competence about. I can speak off the cuff about pretty much anything that's in my wheelhouse. And so when I want to present an idea on a landing page or a website or whatever it may be, or an ad, I record it. And then I go back over what I said, or I just transcribe it, fix it a little bit and just post it and trust that what I said is what I meant to say. And so those are two areas in which I've really worked on, figuring out how to get from unconscious incompetence to on the conscious competence. And I still struggle a little bit with them because of my background. And [00:23:00] it's just letting go a little bit of my prior training and just focusing on what I wanna say.  Sarah: Yeah. Those are great tips. I, I love the idea of just writing it in Gmail or Yahoo or whatever, and then copying it over, cuz it really feels like, oh, I'm just writing this to a friend. So you don't get into that. Oh, I, you know, have to send out this professional sounding email, which then doesn't come over as being authentic.  Marcy: Yeah, exactly. And I actually got that idea from Amy Yama and she's a mentor and she's amazing. And we were talking about it once, how I was not getting the engagement from my email list that I was hoping for mm-hmm and she said, well, walk me through your process. Mm-hmm . And I was like, well, I sit down and, and she's like, okay, that's the first issue right there. think about how we can make this feel to you. Like, you're just chatting with a friend and then everything else will come together. And so she's the one that gave me that idea. So you, me,  Sarah: yeah. Wonderful. We kind of skipped over the responsibility terms, so [00:24:00] let's go back to that. How, how does that, so how does the responsibility and confidence, what do they have to do together?  Marcy: Okay. So one of the things that I have found in my own work with myself and in working with clients is that if we ha have any kind of victimized view in terms of what we're doing and the results we're getting. That gives us a back door. So that gives us an excuse or a justification for not trying for not doing and for not reaching. Right. So the more we can move away from that into responsibility, the more confidence we can develop in the fact that whatever result we're getting is within our control. So if we don't like it, we can fix it. Right. And there are two elements that fall into that element of responsibility. One is the accountability piece, which is knowing that. Get to own my actions and the results of those actions. And I get to just [00:25:00] take the consequences and, or the rewards, right. So it's not up to anybody else. I'm not looking to blame anybody else. I'm not looking to justify anything. Did I do what I said I was gonna do? Yes or no. And why? And then I get to own it. And that helps me shift if I need to. So that the next time I do get to the result. Right. And the other piece that goes into the responsibility issue is this idea of self-regulation, which is knowing how far I'm willing to go. Right. So, Understanding that it might take a little while that it might not happen right away, that I might need to risk certain things that I might need to give up some comforts or some things that are nice for me, if I'm really working towards this particular field or this particular result. Right. So if I can assume ownership, which is the accountability piece and also. Regulate myself in understanding that there will be some sacrifices, probably that there will be some things that I get to do [00:26:00] differently or that I get to shift. Then I am in full responsibility and I can shift the confidence lever because I understand that whatever the end result is is up to me. It's not to not up to anything else or anybody else. The circumstances are not to blame. The people are not to blame. It's just me. What am I willing to do? And how far am I willing to go?  Sarah: I just love that piece. So much of the responsibility. And I have not heard it before in the context of, of confidence. And I think it's all there. It's that that's, that's really it. And, and I'm not blaming people who are lacking that responsibility piece. I'm blaming. You know, I'm blaming the whole online system, really the online gurus and, and the way we've been treating clients and subscribers and et cetera, et cetera, because we've taken the power away from clients. And so no [00:27:00] wonder. They felt like they were, could just give up responsibility. Let me show you how I, my webinar made a million dollars in three weeks. Here are the three steps. Right? Well, great. Yeah. I don't have to take responsibility. You're just gonna spoon feeded me the information and off I go. And, and then of course they fall into the victim because it's not working. so. That responsibility piece is so it's so important. And, and I think we really need to talk about it more. Yeah, things don't I think it, it goes together with this idea of things. Don't just come easy. You, the, it takes work to go from incompetence to competence and the confidence piece fits in there as well. So yeah, you do have to take responsibility, but that also means that us. You know, the leaders or the entrepreneurs have to be willing to share the [00:28:00] responsibility or give the responsibility back. That's really what I'm trying to do in the humane marketing circle. I'm saying, look, look, I'm not your guru. I'm not gonna teach you step by step things and tutorials and whatever. Yeah, I'm, I'm wanting to work with responsible human beings. Right? I don't. Do you see any examples where, where that is really addressed?  Marcy: Well, I think as COVID has shifted the way we do business online, because it has become such a, such an integral part of everything that we do. Right. So, right. Everybody now has some knowledge of how online works. Period. Mm-hmm right. Yeah. So I think as the world has shifted because of everything that we went through with COVID, people are becoming more and more savvy and more aware of those red flags, right? Like everything starts just sounding alarms around this idea of right. Yeah. You can do it in 90 days or [00:29:00] no, you can do it in three steps or no, you can do it in whatever. And there is a piece to. Marketing in general, where we want our clients to feel like they have what it takes to do it. Right. But I think the danger comes in oversimplifying or over promising. Right. Right. And that happens too much still. Mm-hmm I know I've had the experience of signing up for $10,000 programs that promised me six figures in 90 days. And I went through the program. I did what I was supposed to do. Did not get the six figures in 90 days. And then when I went to talk to the guru or the person in charge, they were like, no, you didn't do it exactly the way I told you to do it. So there's always, I don't know. There's always a, a. A touchy element to that. Right. And there's, again, a balance that we want to achieve because nobody's going to sign up for something where they feel like it's impossible to achieve. No. [00:30:00] Yeah. But, but we also need to be clear on the fact that, well, you know, if you put in the work. When effectively applied, then this is the end result you can work towards. Yeah. But I can't guarantee when or how, because that depends on your effort. So putting it back on the client in that sense, I think it's important. And I think we're doing a little bit. Better a little bit at that since COVID because like I said, people are just overloaded. Everybody has a summit, everybody has a webinar, everybody has a challenge. Everybody has a, something that we're offering for free with these big promises. And then they see themselves signing on and not getting the results and wondering, okay, where was the missing piece? Yeah. And I think a big, a big part of the missing piece. Like I think every. Single person who's promoting has the, I believe. And I want to believe that has the intention of helping the people produce the result. I think the missing link is in giving the other person, the client, the [00:31:00] responsibility piece and helping them understand that look, these steps will work to the extent that you do mm-hmm so I'm gonna help you work them, but you have to work them. Yeah.  Sarah: Yeah. It's so interesting. I, I was recently on a, a prepo call where the, the lady was, you know, basically asking me what five steps can you share? And I'm like, I don't really work in five steps. Like it's a lot about finding what works for you. And, and so she's like, no, no, no, but I can help you nail it down. Just gimme five steps. And I'm like, you know what? I think, I think this is not gonna work because my audience. Or, or your audience is trained with these five steps and they're not gonna respond to what I'm, you know, ready to share. So I think it's it's yeah, it really, to me, it is about empowering the client and making sure that people understand. These were all scams. You [00:32:00] know, we it's the exception. If you really do make a six figure business business in 90 days, and then kind of coming down more back to the reality of things, but we kind of got off track. So let's go back to, to our because we could talk about. About that stuff for hours, right? Yeah. So kind of maybe to, to wrap up, what, what actionable first steps would you recommend for someone who is struggling with, you know, this confidence piece, where would, where would they start?  Marcy: All right. So like I said before, I believe everything starts with clear awareness, like full and complete awareness. So the first actionable step I would suggest anybody is be 100% crystal clear on what the end result is that you're trying to produce what it is that you want to get yourself and your clients too. Achieve. Right. So once you know exactly where it is that you get [00:33:00] to go where it is that you want to end up, then you can kind of backwards plan, right. And figure out, okay, what do I need to do? But when you have the end result in mind and you're crystal clear on what that end result is, then you can start. Laying out. Okay. What are these areas that I would need to touch on that I'm really not competent in that I'm really not confident about? And where can I go to start building that conscious incompetence? Where can I go to start researching and looking for what I need to work on, what I get to improve upon so that I eventually get to that confide. Piece. Right. If you're looking specifically at, for example, my clients who work on public speaking I first and foremost is like, okay, what kind of platform do you want? Do you want to actually speak in front of life? Audiences? Is that your end goal? Because if that is your end goal, then we need to. Start working on your physiology right away. And that's something that a lot of people don't think about when they're thinking about public speaking, they think about [00:34:00] message and how to structure their talk and, and all that is part of it. But if that is your end result, we need to start with how you stand, how you breathe, how you position your body, so that you are more confident in front of that audience, or look more self assured, which is what they really are looking for. Mm-hmm so again, it just depends on what your end result. Is what it is that you're looking to achieve. And once you're crystal clear on that, then figuring out, okay, what things do I need to be competent in, in order to feel confident at that end result? Hmm. Yeah.  Sarah: So good. And I, I, I would assume that not a lot of people think that way and it it's funny. We just recently at dinner at the dinner table, we looked up the seven habits of highly effective people from steam co. And, and that is actually one of them start with the end in mind. And so that's. Pretty much what you're saying here is like, yeah. Well look at what you want to achieve and then step by step, work up your confidence level to, to get [00:35:00] there. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. This has been wonderful. Thank you so much for thank you. Coming on to the humane marketing podcast, please do share with people where they can find out more about you and your work. And I believe you also have a, a download for people to go to.  Marcy: Yeah. So as we are speaking, my website is in reconstruction, but within, by the end of the week, you can go to Marcy maro.com and just look up more information, or you can find me on Instagram or LinkedIn, just search Marcy Maro. And I will come on the only one with gray hair. So the, the only Marc CMR with the gray hair. And yes, I have downloadable to share with you. I will share the link with Sarah, so she can share it with you guys. Showing me because it's a little bit tricky since my website is down, but it is a downloadable of the tough talks checklist, which is just a checklist that walks you through how to have tough conversations in business and in life so that everybody [00:36:00] involved end up feeling heard, understood, and respected in the process. So wonderful.  Sarah: And I have one last question for you, Marcy, and that is what are you grateful for today or this week?  Marcy: I am grateful for my kids being home. And I've been getting to spend a lot of time with them and I'm grateful for the sunshine and for my little dog that keeps me on my toes. she's actually right next to me right now. wonderful.  Sarah: That's great. It's been so fun. Hanging out with you, Marcy. Thank you so  Marcy: much. It's always fun. Hanging out with you. Thank you, Sarah.

The Whole Therapist
Accessing the Unconscious (Exploring chapter 3 of the summer book series)

The Whole Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:23


Get ready to smile the whole way through! Abby and Kellee use humor and self-reflection as they explore concepts in chapter three like: self-awareness in the therapy space, process over content, tracking themes, and “listening with the third ear.” They discuss imposter syndrome coming up for them as they re-read the book with this community, and of course through a great garden analogy.Topics Touched on:Lisa Dion: https://lisa-dion.comRobyn Gobbel: https://robyngobbel.comThe Development of a Therapist: Healing Others- Healing Self: https://www.amazon.com/Development-Therapist-Healing-Others-Self/dp/0393713954/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=louis+cozolino&qid=1655085804&s=books&sprefix=Louis+co%2Cstripbooks%2C192&sr=1-5Flora Feeling Mini Deck: https://www.etsy.com/listing/799453202/mini-deck-flora-healing-57-cards-selfUpcoming Offerings:Training in Texas- Honoring Cellular Stories: An Expressive Deep-Dive into Epigenetics: https://wholetherapistinstitute.com/store/Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_therapist/https://www.facebook.com/TWTPodcasters/Visit our website:https://wholetherapistinstitute.com Email us: wholetherapistinstitute@gmail.com

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
514: How to overcome unconscious bias in your content strategy

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 27:21


Unconscious bias trainer LaTonya J. Pegues joins me on this live recording of my podcast to talk about that topic. Join us and check out her website here: https://lnkd.in/g2cAQwU5 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ctrappe/message

The Avid Reader Show
Episode 675: Jessica Nordell - The End of Bias: A Beginning: The Science and Practice of Overcoming Unconscious Bias

The Avid Reader Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 53:25


The End of Bias is a transformative, groundbreaking exploration into how we can eradicate unintentional bias and discrimination, the great challenge of our age.Unconscious bias: persistent, unintentional prejudiced behavior that clashes with our consciously held beliefs. We know that it exists, to corrosive and even lethal effect. We see it in medicine, the workplace, education, policing, and beyond. But when it comes to uprooting our prejudices, we still have far to go.With nuance, compassion, and ten years' immersion in the topic, Jessica Nordell weaves gripping stories with scientific research to reveal how minds, hearts, and behaviors change. She scrutinizes diversity training, deployed across the land as a corrective but with inconsistent results. She explores what works and why: the diagnostic checklist used by doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital that eliminated disparate treatment of men and women; the preschool in Sweden where teachers found ingenious ways to uproot gender stereotyping; the police unit in Oregon where the practice of mindfulness and specialized training has coincided with a startling drop in the use of force.Captivating, direct, and transformative, The End of Bias: A Beginning brings good news. Biased behavior can change; the approaches outlined here show how we can begin to remake ourselves and our world. Buy the book from Wellington Square Bookshop - ​https://wellingtonsquarebooks.indiecommerce.com/book/9781250186188

Witchy Wellness Radio
#201 Liberty Beyond Matrix with Dr. Angela Wilson

Witchy Wellness Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 47:19


Dr Angela Wilson (P.h.D) from Achievers Resources Global is the author of "Liberty Beyond Matrix" a step-by-step guide on how to survive beyond the cradle to the grave by reclaiming the ownership of the mysterious Unconscious mind unknown by most. known as mind power lady, she earned her authority through daring adventure by risking her life diving deep in the human mind. Dr Angela Wilson is identified as the first person who connects consciousness with unconsciousness and merges them to activate the infinite human potential. Dr Angela Wilson is holistic consultant, real estate agent, property developer, author, inspirational speaker, keynote presenter, Celebrity Interviewer, Global Peace Ambassador, Actress, performer, political member, animal advocate, and more. She influences her audience worldwide with an easy three-step secret formula to their true full potential that allows them to survive beyond. As a global influencer, she appeared in over 1000 media interviews and news. 90% of the coverage is from the USA in 2021. SHOW LINKS: evo HEMP products: use code WITCHY for 20% off your purchase! Take Anxious Personality Quiz: https://www.anxioustoaligned.com/quiz https://www.pathtoliberty.com https://www.facebook.com/mindpowerlady/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mindpowerlady/

Narcissism Recovery Podcast
Living Consciously in an Unconscious World

Narcissism Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:17


According to Dr David Hawkins, over 80 percent of the worlds population is holding at a state of consciousness below 200 on the Map of Consciousness. This means that most people are living in shame, guilt, fear, apathy, grief and despair. If you are on the growth journey you are going to be in the minority and will most usually struggle to feel supported and with maintaining a high state of consciousness. In today's episode, we discuss pitfalls on the road to enlightenment and offer tips on how to live in a world that may not support your growth. View The Map of Consciousness Explained by Dr David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D. here. If you are interested in joining the MHC Healing Community Facebook Group which is a group of like-minded individuals who are interested in healing from narcissism and narcissistic abuse, feel free to join below: www.facebook.com/groups/mhchealingcommunity Below are some free resources to help you on your healing journey. Website | The Magnolia Healing Center is constantly growing and evolving. Come here to learn more about our center. (p.s. Blog is coming soon!) Social Media | Stay in touch through all of our social platforms, where we offer updates on our center and post daily quotes and videos! If you are interested in working with me one-on-one and go on a Healing Journey together with me, feel free to set up a time to talk with me below. http://calendly.com/yitz_epstein Much love, Yitz

ACR on Air
34. Responding to and Dealing with Implicit Bias as a Healthcare Provider

ACR on Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:54


Today we're talking about implicit bias with Dr Arin Reeves. What bias is, how it permeates our lives, how it can negatively impact our workforce, and its impact on clinical research and patient care. Most importantly, we discuss what we can do about our implicit biases to prevent them from causing damage. 

Start with Small Steps
99 - The Unconscious Brain and Creativity

Start with Small Steps

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 21:27


99 - The Unconscious Brain and Creativity Creativity is not just about the Arts – People think creativity is about arts or acting. Still, creativity is about all sorts of actions like troubleshooting, science, or even problem-solving. Creativity is Not Born – Anyone can be creative and learn. However, people are not born with it but get better and better with practice. We are Unsure About the Unconscious – We are unsure about the unconscious. But that does not prevent us from using it. We don’t know how many things work, but it works to our benefit. We Learned it Young – We learn at a young age from school to only think with our conscious mind. But unfortunately, we are only taught how to use it; therefore, we are terrible at problem-solving with our unconscious minds. Solving Problems Without Trying – Have you ever solved a problem by just taking a walk, napping, or doing something else? The unconscious brain keeps working on issues when we do other activities. The Fast Hare Brain – The conscious brain is the hare. It speeds a long and tries to solve answers. It thinks in words and math and solid thoughts that are easily reachable. The Tortoise Brain – The unconscious brain is slower. It doesn’t use words or tangible things, so you must learn how to hear it. You need both brains to solve problems. Never Force a Decision – Never force a decision before you need to. Give your brain more time. Give your unconscious mind time. You will also allow time for more data or changes in the problem. Waiting is only beneficial to you. Stop Interruptions – Interruptions break up your creativity and your unconscious thoughts if the interruptions are coming inside your brain by telling yourself that you are wrong or other thoughts that destroy your creativity. Let Ideas Gel – Let ideas roll around in your unconscious a bit. Then let the “hare brain,” the conscious brain, take what the unconscious brain solved and structure the idea. The two brains working together will develop the best ideas. Play – Play will increase your creativity and let you think outside the boxes your conscious, uncreative brain establishes. Start with Creativity from Others – If you use the work of others as a starting point, it will help you learn about creativity from professionals. Then make it your own. On top of other creativity, your creativity will bring a great idea. Edit and Keep it Short – if you are bored reading your work, then it is boring and will bore others. Good editing will make your work better. Challenge Take a problem you have this week, then sit in a quiet room and play in your mind. Think about it. Think about tinkering with the idea, turning it over in your head a bit. Maybe even go for a walk with that notepad in hand. Then see after this creative, uninterrupted time if you found a better solution to your problems, or maybe at least a more creative solution. Then, if you found it worthy and it was helping you, incorporate that path into your innovative thinking and then incorporate it into your creative thinking. Links https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb5oIIPO62g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWEXQ9E4QiI

Social Science Bites
Gerd Gigerenzer on Decision Making

Social Science Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:44


Quite often the ideas of ‘risk' and of ‘uncertainty' get bandied about interchangeably, but there's a world of difference between them and it matters greatly when that distinction gets lost. That's a key message from psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer, who has created an impressive case for both understanding the distinction and then acting appropriately based on the distinction. “A situation with risk,” he tells interviewer David Edmonds in this Social Science Bites podcast, “is one where you basically know everything. More precisely, you know everything that can happen in the future … you know the consequences and you know the probabilities.” It is, as Bayesian decision theorist Jimmie Savage called it, “a small world.” As an example, Gigerenzer takes us a spin on a roulette wheel – you may lose your money on a low-probability bet, but all the possible options were known in advance. Uncertainty, on the other hand, means that all future possible events aren't known, nor are their probabilities or their consequences. Rounding back to the roulette wheel, under risk all possibilities are constrained to the ball landing on a number between 1 and 36. “Under uncertainty, 37 can happen,” he jokes. “Most situations in which we make decisions,” says Gigerenzer, “involve some sort of uncertainty.” Dealing with risk versus dealing with uncertainty requires different approaches. With risk, all you need is calculation. With uncertainty, “calculation may help you to some degree, but there is no way to calculate the optimal situation.” Humans nonetheless have tools to address uncertainty. Four he identifies are heuristics, intuition, finding people to trust, and adopting narratives to sustain you. In this podcast, he focuses on heuristics, those mental shortcuts and rules of thumb that often get a bad rap. “Social science,” he says, “should take uncertainty seriously, and heuristics seriously, and then we have a key to the real world.” When asked, Gigerenzer lauds Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky for putting “the concept of heuristics back on the table.” But he disagrees with their fast-slow thinking model that gives quick, so-called System 1 thinking less primacy than more deliberative thinking. “We have in the social sciences a kind of rhetoric that heuristics are always second best and maximizing would be always better. That's wrong. It is only true in a world of risk; it is not correct in a world of uncertainty, where by definition you can't find the best solution simply because you don't know the future.” Researchers, he concludes, should “take uncertainty seriously and ask the question, ‘In what situations do these heuristics that people use (and experts use) actually work?' and not just say, ‘They must be wrong because they are a heuristic.'” Gigerenzer is the director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the University of Potsdam and partner at Simply Rational – The Institute for Decisions. Before that he directed the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and at the Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research. His books include general titles like Calculated Risks, Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious, and Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions, as well as academic books such as Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart, Rationality for Mortals, Simply Rational, and Bounded Rationality. Awards for his work include the American Association for the Advancement of Science Prize for Behavioral Science Research for the best article in the behavioral sciences in 1991, the Association of American Publishers Prize for the best book in the social and behavioral sciences for The probabilistic revolution, the German Psychology Award, and the Communicator Award of the German Research Foundation. He was a 2014 fellow at the SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind University of California, Santa Barbara (SAGE Publishing is the parent of Social Science Space) and a fellow of the Association for Psychological Science in 2008.

Personal Upgrade
Move from Sadness to Success - The Missing Tool. Feat: Exclusive Unconscious Hacking...

Personal Upgrade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:17


You can learn a confidence trick in 2 minutes, yet your life doesn't really change.  You can spend years at the psychologist, yet you only manage to feel a bit better, not BE better. Its all about the Unconscious mind. Don't let people mess with it. NO - Affirmations, The Secret, Wishing WILL NOT WORK. When you learn truth it has a 'ring of truth to it.' Listen to this, as we go through not only what has to be done step by step, but also the underlying principles.  Then tell me it's false? Become your own master.  Don't let your mind, past events and circumstances limit who you really are.

Clinical neurology with KD
Etiology of coma and various herniation syndromes.

Clinical neurology with KD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 10:32


In this episode, we will discuss the clinical features of various causes of coma, like metabolic and structural. We will also learn the clinical features of various herniation syndromes.For notes and images of the episode, visit neurologyteachingclub.com. Say hello to us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Tumblr. For live classes, follow us on Clubhouse.Clinical neurology with KD is now one of the Top 10 International neurology podcasts, according to Feedspot. Thank you all for your considerable support. Please subscribe to our newsletter and leave your comments and valuable suggestions here.Support the show

As Told By Us
Ep 120: Understanding your unconscious, subconscious, and conscious mind with Heather Georgell

As Told By Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 27:49


Have you ever wondered what the difference between the unconscious, subconscious, and conscious mind is and how they affect our everyday business?  I am joined today by a Weber Co. client Heather Georgell who gives us a taste of what she helps her clients with. Heather defines a true limiting belief and how to ask the right questions to find the root of that underlying belief.  She also discusses how to work with your unconscious as a team to reevaluate that first event of the root cause and redefine that belief. She also gives a juicy first step that is a great tool! Enjoy this episode, and tag us when you share on your stories! Connect with Steph: Steph@theweberco.com  Apply for The Authority Brands Framework Training: https://theweberco.com/application Read about our programs here: https://theweberco.com/all-programs Connect with Heather: https://instagram.com/heathergeorgell?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=  Grab Heather's free clarity PDF: https://linktr.ee/heathergeorgell 

Heart's Happiness
The Unconscious

Heart's Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 30:14


In today's episode Manpreet trauma recovery coach and mentor talks about the unconscious and how to awaken to what is holding us back.  Support podcast here on patreonBuy Power of No mini course here  to help to set boundariesJoin 8 week signature course relaunching as Take Your Power back  it is out now!!!Learn more about coaching services hereand book free 30 min discovery call hereJoin our membership group Rewrite Your Storyfor £15.99Here are some book recommendations to kick off your healing in my FREE guide to transform your journey. Follow us on instagram for Heart's Happiness daily inspiration for your mental health and healing.Join our PRIVATE Facebook group to carry on the conversation and speak to others who want to find their own Heart's Happiness and heal. Subscribe to our videos on you tube.Everyone deserves to find their own Heart's Happiness and this podcast has been created with so much love from my heart to yours. Love Manpreet

Authentic Calm
3 Tips for Navigating Your Unconscious Ability to Physically Merge

Authentic Calm

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022


The unique ability to merge with other beings is a phenomenon that many Sensitives unconsciously experience. Merging goes a step beyond feeling empathy or absorbing emotions, it's a transfer of energy that allows us to experience firsthand what humans and animals are physically experiencing. As Jessi shares in today's episode, she was recently reminded of this ability when she was unexpectedly overwhelmed with the same bodily symptoms as that of her injured husband. As we have discussed in previous episodes, feeling others' experiences without awareness can lead to overwhelm and dis-ease. It is vital you recognize what feelings belong to you and now you can begin to differentiate the physical symptoms that are truly you verses another's body. Jessi guides us through her 3 key steps for identifying, processing, and releasing a merge. We hope this episode brings you comfort and offers a fresh understanding of the power and giftings of your sensitive body! Topics Discussed: What it means to energetically and physically merge with another being and how it differs from empathy. [00:3:50] Becoming consciously aware of how impacted you are by others physical experience of life. [00:15:20] Jessi's three steps to navigate the experience of merging with others. [00:18:15] Quotes: "As Sensitives, it's important to recognize that we have a responsibility to hold ourselves back and refrain from stepping into someone else's experiences unless we are consciously invited in." - Jessi Michel Agadoni “Just because you can bring people happiness doesn't mean that you always should. If you are doing that in every relationship you will have merged with so many people that you will no longer be a single being. You won't know who you are and you'll be exhausted. There will be no you left.” - Jessi Michel Agadoni "There is something to be said for being in the space of those that are unwell or suffering all the time. Whether you are consciously aware of it or not, you are picking up that energy. You're in that frequency. You're in that energy and you need to protect yourself from that." - Jessi Michel Agadoni Episode Transcript Here { journal link here} Book a 1:1 Sensitive Session with Sensitive Guide Jessi Michel Agadoni. Support the show or buy Jessi a kombucha here! Follow along or message us @merfleurwellness and @authenticcalm.

Raised By Giants
Breaking The Illusion, Mass Unconscious, Lost History with Max Igan

Raised By Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 66:26


This weeks episode is with the legendary M@x Ig@n. We speak about Breaking The Illusion, Mass Unconscious, Lost History and much more. Don't miss it!TheCrowHouse Website:https://thecrowhouse.com/home.html———————————————Raised By Giants Rokfin channel here:https://rokfin.com/raisedbygiantsDonate to Raised By Giants on PayPal here:https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/raisedbygiantsDonate on Buy A Coffee here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/raisedbygiQ

Perfect English Podcast
An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain Episode 6 | The Unconscious and Emotional Brain

Perfect English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 33:48


In episode 6 of An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain, we will talk about the Unconscious and Emotional Brain. We will talk about what happens when we sleep, dream, love and much more. Find the transcript on https://englishpluspodcast.com/an-essential-guide-to-body-and-brain-episode-6-the-unconscious-and-emotional-brain/Become a patron on Patreon and unlock all learning benefits https://www.patreon.com/dannyballanEnjoy great stories and learn from English Plus Video Serieshttps://englishpluspodcast.com/english-plus-learning-video-series/Destination Morocco PodcastJoin host Azdean Elmoustaquim as he takes you on an exploration of his country's...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Barbell Vitality Radio with Brent Hruska
How to Move Past Unconscious Trauma With Will Rezin | BBB Podcast #40

Barbell Vitality Radio with Brent Hruska

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 58:50


This episode of the Bodies by Brent Podcast will have you asking yourself uncomfortable questions around the trauma you might be holding on to. Our guest Will Rezin has learned under the Shipibo people of the Amazon and is on the front lines in our species' battle against trauma. Psychedelics were Will's foray into feeling all the things that were happening inside himself. Little by little, he followed his curiosity about esoteric mystic traditions, religion, culture, psychology, and physiology. This led him to practice meditation, movement, introspective awareness, and hiring mentors to help him discover more and more about himself. Let's connect! You can reach me @ 1(512) 488-4223! Please, subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode! Athletic Greens is our sponsor for this episode of the podcastWhile turning to “feeling good” is natural, it's a trap… Life is painful sometimes. Our resistance to the pain is what creates our suffering. Will shares some information, practices, and techniques to overcome and combat our trauma. What we learn from Will in this episode: How to trust your natural impulsesThe only type of animal that PTSD shows up inHow medication can stop the body from processing our experiencesThat not resisting our emotions can help us process themHow awareness is the start of healing How to trust yourself and your experiencesWhy pain is necessary for healing How to embody your full self Will Rezin Trauma & Somatics Bodies by Brent Bodies by Brent: My Community Bodies by Brent: Tiktok Bodies by Brent: Instagram Bodies by Brent: Youtube This Episode's Sponsor: Athletic Greens See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Science & Spirituality
145 | The Difference Between Conscious & Unconscious Stress Regulation

Science & Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 35:48


We believe that stress is something we all experience as part of this human experience. Unfortunately, we all also have unhealthy / unconscious responses to stress. In other words, we're all relieving stress in some way whether we are conscious of it or not. That's why in today's episode we take a deep dive on understanding the difference between conscious and unconscious stress regulation, so you can know how to shift into healthier habits. Listen along so you can learn: What is unconscious stress regulation and how is it unhealthy What is conscious stress regulation and how this can benefit your life Ways to develop conscious habits of dealing with stress, so you can thrive! And so much more! It's important to remember that it's harder in the beginning when working with conscious stress regulation because you're re-patterning deeply ingrained habits that may have been YEARS in the making! Plus, it takes time to build resiliency, just like when you work out your physical muscles. This will build up over time! That's why we created the Conscious Stress Regulation 4-week course, so you can learn new tools and have the support to create healthier, more conscious habits of regulating stress! (& it's only $99 :) Learn more and sign up for the course here: https://kevincarton.clickfunnels.com/conscious-stress-regulation Remember, this course starts on August 8th and the deadline to enroll is August 5th! If you have any questions, please email us: kevin@kevincarton.com or cartonchris621@gmail.com

Own Your Best Life Podcast
118: Your Unconscious Competencies

Own Your Best Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 9:11


Welcome friends to Episode #118 of the Own Your Best Life Podcast. One of the things that make it easiest to move around in this world is knowing our gifts. What are our competencies? What are our strengths? How do we make what's unconscious, conscious so that we know how best to show up in any given situation? Today's podcast is on this very thing. Your unconscious competencies and why it's so important for you to understand them. LEARN MORE ABOUT COACHING: https://mayempson.com/contact MAY EMPSON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mayempson OWN YOUR BEST LIFE SHOWNOTES: https://mayempson.com/118

The Second Phase Podcast - Personal Branding & Brand Marketing and Life Strategies for Success for Female Entrepreneurs

What does anti-racism mean on a daily basis? It involves taking a deep dive into subconscious biases and innate prejudices that aren't recognized. Biases are prevalent despite the significant anti-racism efforts of the past. What biases do you have that you aren't aware of? It is so much better to be curious versus judging. We can't fully understand what others are going through, we haven't walked in their shoes. - Robyn Graham Anti-racism work is not about becoming color blind When people say they don't see another person's color, it is from a place of thinking you are just like me, and I'm not holding your color against you. But, in reality, what is also being said, is I don't see color, meaning I don't see the layers of your experience. It is important when speaking about anti-racism, to recognize that people experience the world differently. When color and differences in experiences aren't taken into consideration, it becomes difficult, or maybe impossible to support people the way they need to be supported. The experiences we have on a daily basis are what make us who we are. When we strip this away we lose sight of who the person actually is. It almost forces that person to shift into the version you see them as. This makes them feel they must mold or assimilate into what you expect them to be. One can't fully express themselves when suppressing who they truly are and it becomes exhausted. Anti-racism is not seeing a lack of color. Listen to episode 50, here. Making assumptions that we are all the same - stems from subconscious biases It is easy to make assumptions about a group of people, for instance, that they have the same cultural background just because of the color of their skin. Some common assumptions based on subconscious biases: That one person in the demographic can speak to everyone else in that demographic. Seek an expert to speak from an educational perspective. People of the same skin color are of the same ethnic background. Caricaturing a person or group of people who are of another ethnic background Stereotyping is one form of subconscious biases An example of subconscious biases and prejudice is can be found in the real estate industry.  Appraisals for homes that are owned by a black person are going to appraise for less. The appraiser isn't a bad person, he is just bringing his innate bias into the situation of appraising the home. Biases come from a lack of knowledge and exposure growing up. They are most often unintentional subconscious biases. Therefore, we have to catch our brains and be conscientious about our thoughts and feelings about other people of different ethnic backgrounds. When we mention any group of people having bias, it is important to notice where the bias is originating from. If there is a difference in power between races or demographics, it can be dangerous because it can affect the wealth and outcomes of a person in a given situation. Anit-racism work is about seeing everyone as capable and powerful People often say that race and bias do not come into play in their work. But, Alyssa asks that we all become heavily realistic about that statement. Unconscious biases and thoughts do come into play, and it is important to be aware of them. Seeing people as capable and powerful is a change from saying "oh those poor people over there, let me help them". Instead of thinking that people are helpless and asking for help, be mindful of your subconscious biases and prejudices and then take action to understand the power you have and take action to help change the system. How can you, as a business owner, support anti-racism efforts? As a business owner, look at what you can do to support people of other races and ethnic backgrounds. Alyssa gave the example of the person in the wheelchair before curb cuts were installed. It's not about the poor person, it's about taking action to create change so that one person doesn't have to work harder to be recognized as an equal. Recognizing biases and prejudice When your primary community is the same as you are, it is hard to recognize biases and prejudice. Therefore, Alyssa encourages us to go deeper when doing anti-racism work. As moms and business owners, we have responsibilities to create change and increase the understanding of anti-racism work. And, to open doors of opportunity, to shift the subconscious biases to anti-racism action.. The mindset has been that anti-racism is a thing that has to be done for a certain group of people. But Alyssa points out that that is a very white-centered way of viewing it. Instead, think of it as work that you are doing for your children, and grandchildren, your clients, and future employers. Because there will always be people of different backgrounds. This isn't charity work, it is for everyone. Look at anti-racism work as something that is just part of our daily work. Anti-racism work isn't for one population, it's for all minorities. Therefore it should be incorporated into all parts of our lives, not just the workplace. Learn more about Face to Face the organization where Robyn is on the executive board. About Alyssa Hall Alyssa Hall is an anti-racism consultant and executive coach. Upon completing her training at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), she began her journey of coaching corporate leaders and business owners on mindset and leadership. She now uses those same skills to work with coaches and leaders to become active in the anti-racist movement. Her main area of focus is strengthening the leadership skills needed in promoting an anti-racist environment. In addition, she ensures her clients continually uphold their values of diversity, equity, and inclusivity, which in turn brings them greater success in their lives and their businesses. Learn more about and connect with Alyssa: Website for Alyssa Hall, Anti-racism coach Connect with Alyssa Hall on Instagram Connect with Alyssa Hall on LinkedIn  

Buck Bandit Podcast
All The Way Live Podcast #8 | Freaky ass Dr Giovanni Quintella caught putting his penis in unconscious woman's mouth during surgery!!!

Buck Bandit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 12:58


On this episode 8 we discuss freaky ass Dr Giovanni Quintella caught putting his penis in unconscious woman's mouth during surgery!!!

Highly Sensitive, Happily Married
Interdependent loving (VS Unconscious Dependence)

Highly Sensitive, Happily Married

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 46:41


087  For most of us highly sensitive women, the ultimate marriage would be one that feels truly, lovingly, interdependent:Where you and your significant other are mutually supportive, you face the daily challenges of living together with a sense of ally-ship, where you lean on each other, and love helping each other grow and evolve and overcome hard moments and old wounds, where you naturally lift each other up, and the daily to-dos get done with ease and collaboration…where you work through hard emotions together and you help each other feel connected and safe.We all want this kind of relationship. But in our eagerness to have that, we often make the mistake that costs us our happiness in marriage–or even our marriage itself…...the mistake of skipping over the KEY WORK  that will actually allow us to have that interdependent love we so desire. And so we unconsciously find ourselves instead in an emotionally dependent relationship, instead–one that is full of struggles, disconnection, and more heartache than we ever asked for.In this episode you'll learn: what I mean by emotional dependence, if and where you may be falling into that (very normal in our modern world) trap, why it's taking you further from the marriage you really want, why there's no need for any shame or self-blame about thisand most importantly, what you can do to reverse it and move your marriage toward the lovingly interdependent one you want!  (And YES, you have that power!)Listen in to harness that huge influence over how your marriage goes, how loved, secure, and in love you feel, and how lovingly and supportively your partner relates to you.And perk your ears for the big announcement I make that you'll want to learn all about!SHOW NOTES:Click here to learn about and join TREASURED.

Top Secrets
Getting Past Your Sales Plateau

Top Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 15:34


Particularly in the early stages, you can do more of what you're doing to get past a sales plateau. But generally, at some point, we hit a plateau that is created by the fact that we can't run any faster. We can't do any more by ourselves. So we either need to implement new procedures and new processes, we need to get some help, or something needs to change fundamentally in the business, in order to get us to that next level. David: Hi, and welcome to the podcast. In today's episode, cohost Jay McFarland, and I will be discussing the idea of overcoming your sales plateau. Welcome back, Jay. Jay: It's so good to be here again with you David, and as always, I'm very excited about this topic. I know businesses that hit these thresholds. It can be a monumental task to get to the next level and they're not sure how to do it. Is it, is it marketing? Is it adding new products? I think that's what a lot of them try to do. They're like, well, let's add 10 more products to the lineup and then we'll do it. And oftentimes that can just make the situation worse and not better. David: Yeah, it's true. Most businesses, I think it's safe to say, at some point run into some sort of plateau. They hit a level of sales and they can't get past it. I believe in small businesses this is particularly true, where you're just working and pushing and you're trying to get to that next benchmark. And you just can't reach it. And there are thresholds, I believe in small business, getting to your first hundred thousand in gross sales and then your first 250, and then you hit 500 and then a million and then 2 million and going from there. And in the early stages, you can generally do pretty well, like to get from a hundred thousand to 250 is often easier than it is to get from a million to 2 million. But most of us, at some point, will encounter some sort of plateau. You get there, you see it, you're targeting it, you're working toward it and you just can't seem to hit it. And so it's really just a matter of getting stuck. It's like, I feel like I'm stuck and I'm here and I need to be here and I'm not sure what to do next. Jay: Yeah. And I wonder how much of it is that they're not really sure how they got to the first plateau. I mean, they may think that they know, David: That's true. Jay: But it could be something completely different. And this could go back to something we talked about in a previous podcast: following up with your customers. Find out why they purchased, how they feel about their purchase. Are they returning customers? Are they not returning customers? So if you didn't understand why they bought in the first place and how they felt about that purchase, it's going to be hard to push through that next plateau. David: It is, absolutely. And the biggest hangup that I see for most people is not knowing, "what do I do next?" And as you indicated, people get to a certain point in some cases, they're not sure how they did it. What's that referred to as? Unconscious competence? Jay: Mm-hmm, David: Where I'm doing things and it's working, but I'm not even sure of what I've done. So I haven't gotten around to building a system around it to put that into place so I can replicate it. But there's also the idea that what gets me to here will not necessarily get me to here. Right? So what gets me to level one won't necessarily get me to level two. That's not always the case, particularly in the early stages, you can do more of what you're doing to get to a higher level. But generally, at some point, we hit a plateau that is created by the fact that we can't run any faster. We can't do any more by ourselves. So we either need to implement new procedures and new processes. Or we need to get some help. Or something needs to change fundamentally in the business, in order to get us to that next level. Jay: Yeah, something that can be very hard for people, delegation, right?

Best Damn Agency Podcast
SOTR: The Difference Between Leading and Managing

Best Damn Agency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 61:55


Joey and JJ are back at it again with a #nofilter discussion with booze on the rocks to cap off the week! They discuss and touch on topics ranging from strategizing, the most effective ways to model scaling your team, tips on stability, backtracking the 90-5-5 principle, and more. The Sales on the Rocks podcast megaphones the hard-truths agency owners should hear.This Cast Covers:Joey shares his theory on “The Slippery Slope of Artificial Intelligence Learning” (6:40)Will robots have a future as alternative pleasure satisfiers? (11:33)The 5 bucket investment strategy: learn how you should allocate your hard work onto different brackets (17:10)Effective internal structuring methods you need to do to help attract external win-wins (20:09)Joey defines his contentment and happiness in his current career setup. Get to know what Joey's proven and tested business scale model is (24:23)JJ and Joey run down the 90-5-5 principle on employee roundupsThe difference between leading and managing (27:45)Joey and JJ share their thoughts on Top Gun: Maverick (33:03)Of consciousness and intuitive thinking: Joey highlights one of Top Gun: Maverick's greatest lessons (34:33)How to bounce back from client cuts (39:43)Learn the power of networking (41:22)Additional Resources:The Sales Driven AgencyThe Best Damn Agency Mastermind

Sadhguru's Podcast
Our Unconscious Action Have Damaged The Ecology. Now It Is Time To Work For A Conscious Planet

Sadhguru's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 2:07


Set the context for a joyful, exuberant day with a short, powerful message from Sadhguru. Explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru, discover how every aspect of life can be a stepping stone, and learn to make the most of the potential that a human being embodies. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.orgSadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__appOfficial Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.orgSadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusiveYogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.

The Health Disparities Podcast
Can telemedicine reduce rural and other health disparities? Featuring Neal Neuberger.

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 29:52


Neal Neuberger has spent the past 35 years in Washington as a recognized leader for healthcare and information technology policy and strategy. In this episode, he will discuss telemedicine and the effect it can have on health disparity in rural areas. With host Bill Finerfrock.

Blogging From Paradise Podcast
BFP 536: Does Unconscious Arrogance Hurt Your Blogging Campaign?

Blogging From Paradise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 17:26


https://www.bloggingfromparadise.com/ Does this hurt your blogging campaign?

Mindset First Podcast
Do You Really Want to Grow: Unconscious Commitments to Less

Mindset First Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 13:46


On this week's episode of the Mindset First Podcast, I tackle an important topic - unconscious commitments. The reality is that many business owners will say they want next level growth in their business - but find themselves taking steps back, self-sabotaging and not taking action in important areas of their business. It can be a constant source of frustration for some - and pretty confusing because deep down in your soul you want more for your business and yourself - but you can't seem to make it happen. This episode answers the question why sometimes it can seem as if we're unable to create the growth we say we want and why we see a discrepancy in our businesses. This episode may answer all those questions for you and give you a tool to help you finally take action.

Soul Wisdom
103 How Fear May be Affecting Your Pets

Soul Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 7:33


Animals are sensitive to the energies and emotions flowing around them. Your pet often mirrors the unsaid energies they pick up around them. In this episode I share about:How fear can sneak in and affect your state of beingWays fear may be affecting your petsA tip on how to move out of fear and into greater peace and balance Book Now:https://www.bernadettehartman.com/private-sessions/ Stay ConnectedWebsite:  https://www.bernadettehartman.comFacebook:  https://www.facebook.com/bhartman05Live Monthly Call:  https://www.bernadettehartman.com/product/monthly-group-call/Purchase Essential Oils:  https://www.myyl.com/bhartman111

Let’s Get Vulnerable: Relationship and Dating Advice
EP 244: 4 Signs You're Avoidantly Attached

Let’s Get Vulnerable: Relationship and Dating Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 29:17 Very Popular


By popular demand!    I created this episode for you, 4 Signs You're Avoidantly Attached    Because you need to be able to understand if you are experiencing avoidant attachment AND it is going to be helpful for you if you have been on the receiving end as well    Inside of this episode: I discuss four classic signs of avoidant attachment  Unconscious vs. Conscious strategies  One surprising Truth about Avoidant attachment that many people don't know   This episode will be helpful to you no matter your attachment style!    You don't want to miss this highly requested episode.  If you're ready to become the securely attached version of yourself so that you can make your relationship decisions with confidence and ease, I want to personally invite you to apply to the E.S.L. Program!    Here is the link to apply to the 8 Week Empowered Secure Loved program:    Click Here to Apply!

Stranger Connections
Suzi B - habits & humor, a brush with the law, consciously unconscious thinking

Stranger Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 32:01


"Don't miss two in a row." ~ Suzi BThis wife, mom, personal trainer, speaker and 'lover of life' has what it takes to get our butts off the couch of life. We chat about small steps being the biggest deal, who to call when you need encouragement, the power of our minds to improve our lives and the simple stuff that is actually monumental to our well-being. Oh, yeah, we also talk about the morning she thought she was being arrested."Our brains crave patterns." ~ Suzi B.Habits and Humor is Suzi's Facebook group and also her wonderful Podcast! Check both of them out to see we are not alone in the plight for motivation that starts where we actually are. We move the benchmark. We forget that motivation comes from within. We buy things instead of try things. It's time, give yourself the gift of listening to Suzi B, and then join her group and check out her podcast where each guest shares three ideas worth knowing. Facebook: Habits And HumorBook: Life ConsciousPodcast: Habits and Humor with Suzi B.

Astrology and Human Design
Q&A // how to find your life purpose, the Incarnation Cross? unconscious vs conscious HD chart? best Astrology house system? combining Astrology and Human Design

Astrology and Human Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:42


This is my first ever Question and Answer session!! I answer your questions about: the Astrology house system I use and why, the difference between your Unconscious and Conscious charts in Human Design, how to find them, exciting news about how to get your free human design chart using my very own website!, what a channel versus a gate is in your Human Design chart, my best advice for Human Design Projectors, and so much more! Much love, Kelsey Join the AstroHD membership to learn how to read and understand your charts with exclusive classes from Kelsey: https://astrologyhumandesign.com/astrohd-membership Get your free Human Design chart: https://astrologyhumandesign.com/get-your-free-human-design-chart UNDERSTAND your Charts with my PDF guides: https://astrologyhumandesign.com/bookshop/ The Human Design Astrology School online trainings: https://astrohd.teachable.com/ CLUBHOUSE: https://joinclubhouse.com/@astrohd INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kelsey.crookshanks TIKTOK: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMRoxs37U/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/KelseyCrookshanks --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/astrohd/support

Luscious Hustle
430. Safeguarding Your Energy & Setting Healthy Boundaries When Welcoming New Clients in Your Business

Luscious Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:13


In this episode, Betsy and Laura detail how selling and welcoming new clients to Luscious Hustle has changed over the years.  Tune in to learn the standard practices you can adopt to create sustained sales and growth while honoring your energetic boundaries.  [2:30] When clients ask for a refund or fail to make a payment.  [5:30] Compassionate communication in awkward situations. [8:00] Unconscious standards that elevate your business. [11:30] Why you do not want to be friends with your clients.  [13:15] Suffering from ‘Energy vampires'?  [16:15] Choose your hard. [18:45] Journal prompts for attracting your ideal client. [20:00] Unconscious standard practices for your business.   New to Human Design? Get your free HD chart HERE.   OWN YOUR AURA free Human Design training.    Discover how you are designed to interact and connect with your audience and with potential clients through your energetic field - your AURA.   The Profit Centers: Sell & Make Money by Design  A Money Masterclass where you will learn… The specific sales language and strategies that are correct for you. Your potential for achieving financial success from the wisdom you've learned over your lifetime. How you are uniquely designed to attract money. How to make sales in a way that youand your new clients will feel good about. (Bye bye pushy sales tactics.) How to work smarter, not harder for your money. That selling is now the most satisfyingly simple action in your business. CLICK HERE TO JOIN

Standard Deviations
Tim Houlihan - Change Behavior with this Simple Framework

Standard Deviations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:21


Tune in to hear:- If Tim could personify himself as a guitar, what type of guitar would he be?- Tim thinks that engagement, performance and persuasion all begin with behavioral science and that behavioral science begins with the unconscious. What does this mean from a scientific perspective and how can we tap into these unconscious motivations?- The unconscious is pretty intensely guarded, and sometimes for good reason - how can we push through this and access information below the deck that is useful for behavioral change?- What is the EAST framework for thinking and what does this acronym stand for?- What does Tim consider to be the three keys to making something easy?- Sometimes needlessly complicating a process can lead people to esteem it more highly - how can we decipher when this principle is going to be more persuasive or if ease will be more persuasive?- How do we make something like finance, which is so fear inducing, more attractive to people?- How can we use social cues to help herd people in a positive direction rather than one with selfish or malicious intent?- How can we make our behavioral interventions more timely?https://www.behavioralchemy.comhttps://behavioralgrooves.comCompliance Code: 1019-OAS-6/13/2022

Clinical neurology with KD
Clinical localisation and approach to an unconscious patient.

Clinical neurology with KD

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 23:23


In this episode, we will discuss the clinical approach to a comatose patient. We will discuss how to take history and do a focus clinical examination on an unconscious patient and use that knowledge for localisation.For notes and images of the episode, visit neurologyteachingclub.com. Say hello to us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Tumblr. For live classes, follow us on Clubhouse.Clinical neurology with KD is now one of the Top 10 International neurology podcasts, according to Feedspot. Thank you all for your considerable support. Please subscribe to our newsletter and leave your comments and valuable suggestions here.Support the show

Calmly Coping
How Your Unconscious Beliefs Prevent You From Overcoming High-Functioning Anxiety

Calmly Coping

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 14:11


The unconscious mind, sometimes referred to as the subconscious, is the part of the mind which is inaccessible to the conscious mind but which affects behavior and emotions. Many times there are deep-rooted beliefs, fears, and past difficult and traumatic experiences that may be unconsciously affecting your behaviors, thoughts, and emotions. In this episode, I'll be discussing what might be lying beneath your awareness in the unconscious, and how this may be holding you back from overcoming high-functioning anxiety.   In this episode, you will learn: How your unconscious beliefs hold you back in self-sabotage Examples of unconscious limiting beliefs specific to high-functioning anxiety 4 tips to STOP your unconscious beliefs from holding you back   Sources: https://www.verywellmind.com/the-conscious-and-unconscious-mind-2795946 https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/unconscious_mind   ++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++   HOW TO LET GO OF OVERTHINKING AND SELF-DOUBT MASTERCLASS https://calmlycoping.com/masterclass   *** WORK WITH ME *** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance.  Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me   *** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP *** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety. Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping   *** SAY HI ON SOCIAL *** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc   **TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ ** http://hfaquiz.com   *** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC *** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead   DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

GoldMind
3.28 Explaining the PARALYZING WHIRLWIND of the Coaching Industry & How YOU Can Overcome It. *A MUST LISTEN*

GoldMind

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 20:12


The Strength Connection
#81 - Sam Portland: The Unconscious Motivation

The Strength Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:03


In the 81st episode of The Strength Connection Podcast, Mike and our special guest Creator of Coach Sportland, Speed Coach and Mentor, Sam Portland, will talk about Sam's rugby background, his submissive nature in sports, losing the unconscious motivation, and more.Join us in this insightful and captivating talk! In this chapter, you will discover: (0:55) Introducing our special guest Creator of Coach Sportland, Speed Coach and Mentor, Sam Portland @coach_portland(1:50) The Strength Connection: EP 66 - Sam Portland: Speed Sportland(3:20) The importance of mindset in training(3:55) Playing non-contact rugby(4:40) Singing up to rugby(4:50) Being skinny(5:30) Sam's problem with defense(6:45) Deliberately practicing tackle(7:10) Not progressing in the game(8:15) Why couldn't Sam tackle?(8:20) Being submissive even in judo(9:30) Having nowhere to hide(10:20) “The biggest thing that takes the hit when you're exposed is your own self-esteem.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(11:30) Mike's basketball story(13:10) The associative risk and violence in sports(13:20) “The more risk that the sport requires, the more violence is necessary.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(13:30) “You can't survive collisions if you're not committed to it.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(15:05) Mindset cliches(16:15) “The illusion of mindset is that you actually believe you're in control of all the things that you do.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(17:45) Infiltrating a belief system(20:00) “The most important thing you can give an athlete is a belief.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(22:30) Surrendering the control(23:00) Time and space(24:30) “Language is only the combination of 5 simple sounds.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(25:05) Sam's thoughts about performance: Then vs. Now(25:25) About one of Sam's client(26:50) Only experience matters!(27:40) Not going back(28:20) Shout out to Alex Gray @alexander_thegrayt(28:45) Rocky Balboahttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0479143/ (31:30) Why do you have to surrender?(32:00) People watcher(34:00) Sam's peace(34:30) “If you are so narrow then you miss everything.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(35:00) Sam's first experience with therapy(36:10) Sam's experience: Then vs. Now(36:30) “The fight never stops. The fight just changes.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(37:15) About Sam's late brother(39:30) The unconscious motivation(40:20) Feeling lost after his brother's death(41:35) December 27th(43:10) Unpacking the baggage(43:30) The funeral (43:55) Going to Mount Everest(44:05) The relief from being on the field(44:55) Life changes(45:50) Becoming the oldest child(47:10) Monthly therapy(48:10) Losing motivation (48:40) How did Sam get into therapy?(49:10) Calling bereavement helpline(50:30) Breaking through the pain(50:50) Feeling “attracted” to Donna(53:00) Guided meditation for pregnant women(53:35) “You can't do anything alone.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(55:10) “Therapy about recognizing that pain and knowing that your best days are ahead of you, and that you're stronger than what this pain in your past was.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(56:20) “The most noble pursuit of mastery is mastery of self.” - Sam Portland @coach_sportland(56:45) Where to find Sam Portland? @coach_sportlandhttps://coachsportland.co.uk/ 

Inner-driven Leaders
Ep 99 - The Authority Gap with Mary Ann Sieghart

Inner-driven Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 50:08


Mary Ann Sieghart has been on my dream guest list for a while so I'm very excited to share this interview with you. Mary Ann is the author of the best-selling book The Authority Gap: Why We Still Take Women Less Seriously Than Men, a BBC Radio 4 presenter, speaker and advocate for women's equality in the workplace. We discuss: The impact of the book The Authority Gap and why it's so important that male leaders read it Conversational manspreading Whether woman need to change how they behave to be seen as more competent Unconscious bias about women, by women and how to be aware of it What men can gain by narrowing the authority gap Mary Ann shares so many fascinating studies that demonstrate the authority gap in action which are both surprising and validating for women's experiences at work.   MORE ABOUT MARY ANN Mary Ann Sieghart is the author of the best-selling book The Authority Gap: Why We Still Take Women Less Seriously Than Men. She spent 20 years as Assistant Editor and columnist at The Times and won a large following for her columns on politics, economics, feminism, parenthood and life in general. She has presented many programmes on BBC Radio 4, such as Start the Week, Profile, Analysis, Fallout and One to One. She chaired the revival of The Brains Trust on BBC2 and recently spent a year as a Visiting Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. She is a Visiting Professor at King's College London, Chair of the judges for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2022 and sits on numerous boards.   BBC RADIO 4 EPISODES Speak Up: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000ydx0 Why Are Even Women Biased Against Women?: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09pl66d A Job For The Boys: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0003t9y   CONNECT WITH MARY ANN The Authority Gap: Why We Still Take Women Less Seriously Than Men: https://www.maryannsieghart.com/the-authority-gap/ Vist Mary Ann's website: www.maryannsieghart.com Follow on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-ann-sieghart-17a27891/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/masieghart?lang=en Connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/masieghartwriter/   WORK WITH ME As well as coaching women leaders to have more influence, make more impact and be kinder to themselves in my programme Influence & Impact, I also give keynote speeches and trainings to organisations wanting to develop women in leadership roles. Get in touch to find out more or book a call with me. Keynotes, training and coaching: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/employers Influence & Impact: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/influence-impact   PRE-ORDER MY BOOK My book, Closing the Influence Gap: A practical guide for women leaders who want to be heard, is now available for pre-order from most bookshops! I wrote this to empower women leaders to successfully navigate the workplace, lead their way and change it for the better. It is a reference tool packed with practical strategies and a troubleshooting section which women can draw on daily to tackle the challenging conversations, decisions and situations they face. Available in September – Pre-order your copy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Closing-Influence-Gap-practical-leaders/dp/1788603613/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32SFPA2L60FCM&keywords=closing+the+influence+gap&qid=1649087866&sprefix=closing+the+influence+gap%2Caps%2C91&sr=8-1   CONNECT WITH ME LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/   HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE PODCAST? Subscribe Share this episode with a friend Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify   I would love to hear your feedback on this week's podcast. Please leave a review or come say hello on social! Thank you for listening, see you next week!  

The Health Disparities Podcast
The power of our voices: Thinking about the language we use in medicine, and the positive consequences of open notes. With Dr. Leonor Fernández.

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:06


Medical notes capture information that informs decision making. They can also reveal how healthcare providers are judging their patients, and patients reading those notes can feel offended, shamed and stigmatized by what they read. Drawing from her work as a Latina primary care clinician and health equity advocate, and as a Harvard Professor, Dr. Fernández highlights the importance of language and culture in medicine and in our medical notes. In this episode,we explore how language and literacy shape our ability to offer equitable, meaningful, and respectful care to Latinx, Black and other marginalized populations.

Love, Life, Legacy: A Show About Sex
#127 - The 3 Stages of Self-Awareness In Porn Recovery

Love, Life, Legacy: A Show About Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 13:35


Some people are so enamored with their habits that they are unaware of what kind of habits they allow into their lives. They are unconscious, that their habits are controlling them and preventing them from progressing as they are way too comfortable with them. While many of us are aware that our habits are unhealthy. But we don't know how to let go of them or lack the courage to do so because they are such an integral part of everyday lives. However, we know deep down that we must let go of them in order to grow and become better individuals. Our habits play a significant role in defining who we are. Our characters mirror the habits we have in our daily lives. Therefore, it is important that we only let habits into our lives that are in line with who we want to be as individuals. Whatever phase you're in right now, it's fundamental to assess our habits and determine which habits are helping us in our growth and which habits are hindering our growth and, ultimately, destroying us. Because of this, we will be able to identify which habits we'll continue to allow into our lives and which habits we'll need to let go. In this episode, Andrew discusses what the three stages of self-awareness in porn recovery are and how they can help a lot of individuals break free from the addiction. He also talks about how self-awareness can help YOU in overcoming your porn addiction, as well as how our decisions play a role in letting habits into our lives. Many people turn to porn anytime they are stressed, insecure, or don't feel like living their life; they perceive porn as a source of comfort, despite the fact that it is extremely destructive to their wellbeing and has corrupted their perspective of people, particularly women. We all experience a bad and painful aspect of life, and we may feel the need to disconnect from it from time to time. However, as we disconnect from the world, we should engage in habits that are worth investing our time and energy in, habits that do not prevent us from growing and evolving, habits that help ease our stress while still finding a reason to be positive and love life even more. Listen to Episode 127 to learn more! Show Notes How can being self-aware help YOU in overcoming your porn addiction? [0:47] The “unconscious” stage [2:37] The “becoming self-aware” stage [3:28] The “ahead of yourself” stage[5:55] It is YOUR choice to allow certain habits into your life [9:50]

Let's Talk Supply Chain
272: Blended - Boost Your Bottom Line: Why You Should Be Retaining Diverse Talent

Let's Talk Supply Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 93:06


It's episode 21 of Blended! I'm joined by another incredible panel of guests and we're talking about diverse talent in the workplace, and how to keep it. From labor shortages to issues around retention, I'm having more and more conversations about talent on Let's Talk Supply Chain, and it really was time to bring that conversation over to Blended. Ensuring you have diverse talent in your business could be the difference between surviving and thriving, so it's something everyone should be taking seriously. Today, our guests will be discussing the current landscape in supply chain when it comes to talent; sharing their own personal experiences; tackling how to successfully hire and retain talent; and discussing exactly how we navigate bias to improve company culture.   IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS:   [00.45] Introductions to our Blended panelists. Bryant – Digital Content Marketing Manager, Corporate Communications at Blue Yonder Meredith – Senior HR Director at DHL Supply Chain Heidi – Founder of Diversity Study Group Sugathri – Program Director, Women in Supply Chains at Digital Supply Chain Institute “The landscape is transforming like never before.” Sugathri [03.50] The group dives into the current landscape in supply chain when it comes to talent, and reflects on the truth behind the headlines around ‘talent shortages' and the ‘great resignation.' Is there a difference between talent and labor shortages? Working with the right recruiter Changing the face of the wider industry you work within Selling your brand Understanding the changing market and needs of the next generation Robust retention plans Culture work How does leadership need to change? Making DEI a business case “Ensuring that you have the right wages and the right benefits have become really important – if you're not hitting the mark on that, and if your culture is not right, people aren't going to come and work for you. Or they'll come, and then they'll leave.” Meredith [21.56] The panel reflects on the step before retention – hiring the right talent. Are talent shortages a result of dated and exclusionary hiring practices? Driving diversity of thought, which leads to innovation Crafting diverse teams How do we ensure diverse voices are heard equally? Allyship and elevating others' voices Why it's not just an HR issue Unconscious bias “It's a candidate driven, employee market, and its absolutely essential that organisations are pitching themselves right.” Heidi [40.47] The group shares their personal experiences and dive deeper into unconscious bias: what it means, the impact on retaining talent and how we successfully navigate through it in the workplace to help retention. Giving regular feedback Creating boards and panels instead of making things one person's responsibility Communication and conversation Sharing of personal experience and perspective Taking accountability for our own bias How we can help others to make it personal, connect and understand Creating working communities Address it head-on “Anybody who has been ‘othered' is always asking themselves those questions – do I have an unconscious bias? And it's terrifying when you have to come face to face with yourself and admit it.” Bryant [1.13.14] The panel summarizes their thoughts on how organizations can successfully retain talent. Flexibility Being proactive instead of reactive Ensure people feel accepted, included and valued Visible leadership Intention Building the right culture Overhaul your hiring processes to better onboard diverse employees Support the creation of communities within your organization Train managers to lead diverse teams Make it all transparent Create mentorship and sponsorship opportunities Develop a formal retention plan Stand in solidarity with diverse employees [01.27.23] The group sums up their thoughts from today's discussion.   RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED:   You can connect with Bryant, Heidi, Meredith and Sugathri over on LinkedIn. If you found this episode interesting, you might enjoy Episode 20, DEI in the Workplace – Not Just The Smart Thing To Do, But The Right Thing To Do or Episode 18, Hiding in Plain Sight: The Reality of Workplace Discrimination. Check out our other podcasts HERE.

Awaken Your Business
183: Shift your unconscious needs structure

Awaken Your Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 49:38


Are there some patterns that are consistently holding you back on the business journey?If you know its in your highest to post more often, be more vulnerable, get on more sales calls, or launch that program, why is it that you consistently sabotage your success?Well the key question we explore in this episode is Which unconscious needs are you meeting by doing so.Another way of saying this is, what's the side benefit and payoff by staying small, and how do you shift your patterns long-term so that you can build the business you feel called to create?This is what we will discuss in this bonus group coaching call we conducted after the weekly collaboration call inside the Serving Circle.What you will learn hereWhat are the 2 top needs most people meet when sabotaging their successWhat is the number 1 unconscious fear that we need to be aware ofHow to create that shift in your needs structure so you know you are always moving forwardYes, it's here and in the Serving Circle where you help elevate consciousness through spiritual business success. So, if you are a spiritual entrepreneur and want to collaborate with your soul tribe, I'll see you in there:https://www.facebook.com/groups/theservingcircleInsta: https://www.instagram.com/tysoncoaching/Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/tyson.sharpe.37/