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To find healing and connection in our lives, we need to be vulnerable. But doesn't that mean opening yourself up to attack and harm? Not necessarily. Vulnerability does not mean you have to share everything with everyone. In this episode Erin joins her friend Karen Cruess, founder of Two Hearts for H.E.R. counseling for women, to explore what healthy vulnerability looks like. GET THE DAILY SEVEN JOURNAL! This interactive journal will help you transform your life from the inside out by teaching you how to grow in gratitude, set healthy goals, and gain mastery over your thoughts. JOIN THE ACADEMY! Your online resource of classes, tools, and community to ramp up your growth and really change your life. Learn from the Metanoia Catholic coaches in webinars, live coaching calls, Lectio Divina, and more with your monthly membership.
“Vulnerability is the only bridge to build connection.” In this episode, we share our truth about the COVID-19 shot. Our journey and decision has been a crazy and challenging one to say the least. We hope you stay open and curious to hearing different perspectives, so we can all spread more acceptance and togetherness this year. Enjoy your walk, commute or however you consume podcasts and thanks for hanging out with us! QUOTE OF THE DAY “Welcome those big, sticky, complicated problems. In them are your most powerful opportunities." - Ralph Marston RESOURCES Book: Crucial Confrontations TAKE ACTION CHALLENGE Speak your truth to bring more togetherness and love into the world. FOLLOW US Website: simplifiedkhaos.com Instagram: @simplified.khaos Jillian: @the.clean.and.simple.life Nick: @nicksimplified CONTACT US Email: email@example.com MUSIC Night Owl by Broke for Free: http://brokeforfree.com/
In this episode, we talk about Walmart's plans to get into NFTs and cryptocurrency, telecom operators starting to block Apple's iCloud Private Relay, and an attack of the Wordle clones. Then we speak with Valentin Vasilyev, co-Founder and CTO at FingerprintJS, whose team spotted a vulnerability in Safari 15's IndexedDB API. Show Notes Scout APM (DevNews) (sponsor) Walmart is quietly preparing to enter the metaverse Apple under fire over iPhone encryption tech The App Store clones are here to profit off Wordle's success Exploiting IndexedDB API information leaks in Safari 15
Brian Bogert is a human behavior and performance coach, a motivational speaker, a business strategist, a top sales guy, and someone who believes in helping growth-minded and creative people that want to be the best versions of themselves and their most authentic selves. As Brian puts it, you want to allow people to embrace pain in order to gain freedom. At 7 years old, Brian got his arm ripped off from a truck that hit their car. At 20 years old, he broke his arm, for the second time, from a snowboarding incident. Brian realized that in his goal to shut off his physical pain, he didn't notice he was also shutting himself off emotionally. Today, Brain talks about how he liberated himself from his traumas to become the manifester that he has become today, and how you, too, can take your life to the next level of manifesting the things you want in your life. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: Learning to not get stuck Brian's pivotal moments going through accidents Vulnerability and authenticity as the glue that binds the human connection Allowing your truth give permission to live theirs Unpacking shame and realigning with who you are Getting to the root of your emotional triggers Creating patterns in a place of conscious awareness Episode Highlights: Trusting Your Own Narrative We all have unique stories, what's important is that we pause and become aware of the lessons we can extract from those stories and become intentional with how we apply them in our lives. When we're more aware and more intentional in being our most authentic selves is when magic happens. The door cracks the perspective, motivation, and direction so joy, freedom, and fulfillment can exist holistically in our lives. The Human Connection Vulnerability and authenticity are the glue that binds human connection. Everybody is going to have the opportunity to stand on their own two feet – not only confident, but convicted in who they are – knowing the world is not going to just accept them, but embrace them for exactly who they are. When you shut off physical pain to survive, you also show off emotional pain. Human connection without emotion is not a human connection. Do not allow people to view yourself through the lens of the world and what they would believe they would be capable of in your scenario. Refuse to be defined by other people's boundaries that they are placing on you through their own lens. The Era of Who We are in this constant process of growing. And when we're able to realign with who we are, the “what's” in our life become a manifestation of the “who.” Stop going to networking events and asking people what they do, because that's the first question everybody asks. If you ask them who they are, 99% of people will respond with what they do – not who they are. It's time that we shut down the era of “what“ and usher in the era of “who.” Let's start focusing on people over profits, and when you do that, you'll make more profits than you can ever imagine. Resources Mentioned: www.BrianBogert.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support
Cloud Security News this week 19 Jan 2022 Cisco Talos Researchers have shared in a blog last week that a trio of remote access Trojans (RATs)—Nanocore, Netwire and AsyncRAT—are being spread in a campaign that taps public cloud infrastructure and is primarily aimed at victims in the U.S., Italy and Singapore. According to the blog “Threat actors are increasingly using cloud technologies to achieve their objectives without having to resort to hosting their own infrastructure,” and “cloud services like Azure and AWS allow attackers to set up their infrastructure and connect to the internet with minimal time or monetary commitments. It also makes it more difficult for defenders to track down the attackers' operations.” Read more about this here. Netskope also released a blog last week about Malwares. Interestingly their research which surveyed millions of users worldwide from January 1, 2020 to November 30, 2021 found that Cloud-delivered malware is now more prevalent than web-delivered malware, accounting for 66%, up from 46% last year. They also found that Google Drive is the top app for most malware downloads and Cloud-delivered malware via Microsoft Office nearly doubled from 2020 to 2021. Read the report here Vulnerability in AWS's cloudformation service that was discovered and shared by Orca Security. Orca Security confirmed that AWS completely mitigated within 6 days of their submission.If you want to know more about their discovery, you can read it here The US government is reportedly reviewing the cloud computing arm of Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba to determine whether or not it poses a risk to national security.” As reported by Reuters, the Biden administration launched the probe to find out more about how Alibaba Cloud stores the data of US clients including personal information and intellectual property and to see if the Chinese government could gain access to it. You can read Reuters report here Sysdig's platform who were recently valued at 2.5 Billion have expanded their cloud security offering to Azure Cloud aswell. . You can find out more about them here Podcast Twitter - Cloud Security Podcast (@CloudSecPod) Instagram - Cloud Security News If you want to watch videos of this LIVE STREAMED episode and past episodes, check out: - Cloud Security Podcast: - Cloud Security Academy:
Wow, I haven't learned so much in a while... we agree on so many things and intuitively I know what I know, yet Michael is both highly trained with two masters and years of yoga, meditation, breath work and clinical hypnosis that he explained why so many things DON'T work and why others DO when getting along and thriving with our partners. He encourages us to stop focusing or talking about our problems for enough of a period of time while simultaneously focusing on what we agree upon and co-regulating our systems that only THEN can we work on the issues from a wise, energized and place of greater ease. You'll love to hear at the end of what he LOVES about being alive, it really shows that he's created a life, family, business he loves while simultaneously being real, vulnerable and open that there will always be challenges... the garden will always need tending. Ahhh... you will LOVE this conversation! xoxo --------------------------------- p.s. Take our FREE Assessment. Our Intimacy Blindspot Assessment is a quick, simple yet effective assessment so you can discover how to have the sexual freedom, healthy communication, and deep connection you deserve - https://allanapratt.com/quiz Gentlemen - End the Fear of Rejection. Enjoy your "How To Be A Noble Badass" Complementary Training at www.GetHerToSayYes.com Ladies - Be irresistible. Feel sacred. Attract him now. Enjoy your "Vulnerability is the New Sexy" Complementary Training at http://allanapratt.com/vulnerability Featuring music by: 4 Chambers - written by Aeone / BMI Published by Angleterre Music /BMI
If you haven't listened to Part 1 last week, definitely go listen so you'll understand the context for today's episode. Erin takes the mic at our live event to discuss her super vulnerable moment, what it's like to hang out with people you've looked up to for awhile, and how to manage transitions within your company. Topics Include: - Slut Shaming - My First Vulnerable Moment - Defining a Real Business - Hanging with Amanda and John - T4E Transitions ---------------- Join Us at the Next Fit Biz Conference to learn from the Top Fitness Entrepreneurs & Coaches How To Start, Grow, and Scale a Wildly Profitable Fitness Coaching Business! Early-Bird Pricing Now Available! To Learn More About The Next Live Fit-Biz Conference Event → Click Here ---------------- Learn More About Impact Fitness Coaching Academy, To Learn More About I.F.C.A - And How We've Helped More Than 725 Fitness Coaches, Experts, and Influencers Grow a 5-35k Per Month Online Fitness Business Without Paid Ads, Complicated Funnels, or Even Having a Large Social Media Following Click Here→ VISIT THE IFCA PAGE ---------------- Want 30+ Hours Of Course Content You Can Use To Either Start, or Scale Your Online Coaching Biz Today? - FOR FREE The Free Mini-Course Includes: [$4,995.00 Value] How We Generate 300k/ Mo From a Free FB Group Our Instagram Secrets Masterclass - How To Use IG To Generate 10-30 New Clients Every Month + Grow an Engaged Loyal Following. What systems, apps, and processes we use in our own business and in the 700+ IFCA client businesses we've helped to structure and streamline. Our Top 10 Organic Fitness Posts That Have Generated More Than 45,675 Likes, 2,560 Comments, and 1,876 New High-Paying Fitness Clients in our Own 7-Figure Online Fitness Business. Our Done-For-You Content Calendar 100+ Posting Ideas Guaranteed To Bring You Pre-Sold Leads, Grow Your Following + Create REAL Authority and Connection Online. How To Craft An Offer That Sells Itself - 5 Keys To an Irresistible “Switch Offer” Our Objection Handling Masterclass - How To Eliminate “I can't afford it” + “I need to talk to my spouse” To Access, Join Our Fitness Business Secrets™ Private FB Group: To Join For Free Click → JOIN THE FIT-BIZ SECRETS FB GROUP ---------------- GIVEAWAY! Leave a rating + review on ITunes, and Have a Chance To Win a $200 Amazon Gift Card + Special Prizes! Winners Announced Monthly on The Episode. Simply leave a review, and send a screenshot to the Fit Biz Podcast Instagram Page!
Katie and I spend this episode taking a deep dive into the psychology of why some people have such strong negative reactions when others choose to go plant-based. Our goal is to help us all understand one another better, to empathize and to hopefully allow you to choose a plant-based lifestyle without the worry of what everyone will think. Resources from this Episode: "The Pleasure Trap" by Douglas Lisle Journal Article - Why vegans make people so uncomfortable & angry Brene Brown - "The Power of Vulnerability" Related Podcast Episodes: Episode 28 - Holiday Survival Guide Episode 12 - How this Duke PhD student is tackling gender norms and stereotypes with his research on meat consumption and masculinityHow can I work with Plant Centered Nutrition? One on One CoachingGroup Coaching Program starts January 19th, 2022! "Positively Plant-Based": the Online CourseIf you want to connect with Ashley, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered NutritionIf you want to connect with Katie, visit the following: Instagram: @plantcenteredkatieWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
Some people can look at it as a weakness but we believe that it is actually the opposite. It is the state of being completely exposed which is hard AF and it takes a lot of self-confidence to be able to be vulnerable. This episode talks about the importance of being vulnerable & walks through how to trust enough to sit in it.
We're exploring the easy, breezy topic of "vulnerability" this week. Our conversation includes how creativity helps us embrace vulnerability and tips on making vulnerability a little less scary. Make a one-time donation to help us jumpstart our programs in 2022! Make.Do. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, your gift may be tax-deductible. Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio)
Marni and Chris Gillis dissect the dating games on this week's physical-chemistry-laden episode of the Bachelor. The man-mountain who is Clayton, seems unable to lean into his feelings. Is he Matt James #2? Cassidy teaches us that sexual aggression is unattractive and that a friends with benefits scenario offers little space to date with dignity. And, Elizabeth can't wait to spit her ADHD on people. Key takeaways from this episode: How to be vulnerable when sharing a medical condition Forcing yourself on someone physically will only get a physical reaction First dates are not job interviews Friends with benefits has no place in dating I Want Your Sex [2:58] There is one contestant who makes Marni cringe. It's Cassidy. Cassidy is over-aggressive and actively tries to make out with Clayton every second they are together. She is obviously going for the sexual connection but her vulnerability feels fake. She says I like you and she attempts to mount him. She crosses a line that is not attractive. Clayton's technique needs a little work. Is he a quality guy? Marni says he might have Matt James syndrome. When a contestant opens up to him and shares about her family. He speaks from his head and not his heart. He doesn't share and wasn't vulnerable. Chris says his response felt like a job interview. When dating someone new, listen to them with an open heart. It's not a job interview. Victimy or Vulnerability [10:38] Shenae calls Elizabeth out and asks her why she didn't respond to a question or comment she made. Instead of calmly explaining that she has ADHD, Elizabeth snaps back that she processes information differently. She uses it as an excuse for her behavior instead of vulnerable sharing. Don't overshare your medical history, especially on a first date. It's not being vulnerable. It's a canned story you are using to elicit a common response. Be discerning about what you share and when you share it. You don't need to put everything out there on the first date. Taking ownership and responsibility for a miscommunication is sexy. Friends with Benefits [25:21] In the episode, Cassidy offers up the unsolicited information that she has a guy she hooks up with at home. It begs the question, can you bang your friend with benefits and also date with dignity? Marni says for women it may be a little harder. She tries to discourage clients from having an FWB on the side because it causes women to compartmentalize their feelings. It requires rigorous honesty. and it's difficult. Chris says it is easier for men to compartmentalize it and not let it bleed over into their dating life. Cassidy just needs too much attention and she asks for it in an unattractive way. Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast - Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book - How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates Register for the upcoming Ignite Your Life 3-Day Seminar!
In this interview I am once again joined by Dr Jay Sanguinetti, Research Professor at the University of Arizona, Assistant Director at the Center for Consciousness Studies, and co-director of the SEMA Lab with Shinzen Young. In this episode, Dr Sanguinetti reveals his personal secrets for optimal brain function and cognitive high performance that enable him to perform at his intellectual best. Jay also gives us deep dive phenomenological reports of accessing boundary-less states of meditation, experiencing the unraveling of his self identification, and how self-administered brain stimulation in tandem with Dr Jeffrey Martin's Finder's Course and close 1-1 coaching with Shinzen Young radically expedited these processes. Jay also shares how his spiritual epiphanies have transformed his communication strategies with his staff and mentees, and explains the power of vulnerability in optimising decision making. … Video version at: www.guruviking.com Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics Include: 00:00 - Intro 01:44 - How Jay optimises his mental function 05:25 - Jay's current meditation approach 08:59 - Working 1-1 with Shinzen 09:53 - A state without boundaries and Jay's jhana practice 12:15 - Dr Jeffrey A Martin and the ‘Finder's Course' 19:18 - Jay's transformative experience on the Finder's Course 20:33 - Falling into the void 23:11 - Using brain stimulation on himself 27:52 - Fear of dissolution 29:44 - Jay's changing practice motivations from is 20s to 30s 31:40 - Identifying with enlightenment 38:06 - Unravelling the self-identification process 43:47 - The exponential happiness curve and further ultrasound 48:55 - Transformed relationships 49:54 - Shinzen's ongoing coaching and correspondences to traditional maps 53:37 - Jay's key spiritual insight 01:00:13 - Defining ‘equanimity' and is ‘vulnerability' a weakness? 01:06:50 - - Equanimity and optimised decision making 01:10:12 - Suffering is essential for growth 01:13:00 - Jay's mentoring approach of vulnerability 01:18:03 - ‘Defining vulnerability' 01:30:37 - Vulnerability in conflict situations 01:31:46 - The emerging science of compassion … Previous episodes with Dr Sanguinetti: - https://www.guruviking.com/search?q=sanguinetti … To find our more about Dr Sanguinetti, visit: - https://www.jaysanguinetti.com/ … For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
In this episode Taya and I get vulnerable about video fears and how to overcome them (especially on TikTok!) Listen in to our convo about how Taya doubled her brand and reach by using Reels and YouTube and what she learned about dealing with online bullies AKA trolls!https://tayadicarlo.com/https://www.facebook.com/tayadicarlo/ https://www.facebook.com/taya.asimos https://www.instagram.com/tayadicarlo/ https://www.youtube.com/c/tayadicarlo https://www.linkedin.com/in/tayadicarlo/Grab your FREE Downloads by clicking on my link in bio @Chelsea.Peitz or head to my websitehttps://chelseapeitz.com/resources/I N S T A G R A M ➳ https://www.instagram.com/chelsea.peitz/Get a copy of my Amazon best selling book, What to Post: How to Create Engaging Social Media Content That Builds Your Brand & Gets Results (for Real Estate!)http://bit.ly/whattopostbookCheck out the only Real Estate podcast network Industry Syndicate here for the top podcasts in this space: http://industrysyndicate.com/
We are a few weeks into the new year. How open are we to today's experiences and opportunities if we are burdened with the trials of yesterday or last year? Listen to become aware of how we carry yesterday into today. Episode Quotes, Links and Resources: “Why do you stay in a prison when the door is so wide open?” ~ Rumi Right Now: Van Halen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLQawHJ38Sc Newton's Law of Motion Desire map; Daneille LaPorte https://daniellelaporte.com
Okay, let's face it. No one likes to feel weak, walked on, or mistreated. Feeling powerful is a much better way to protect ourselves, right? But God doesn't want us to just feel powerful, He wants us to BE powerful. And that looks a little different than how most Christians go about it. This week God is showing us that the way to TRUE power, where the fruit of the Spirit is bursting from our lives to yield what it's supposed to, is found in this word: Vulnerability. That might seem a little odd, and if we're honest, not very exciting and maybe even a little "ummm, no thank you." But hang on. God is leading us to a special place together of unbridled force through surrender that's not weak, passive, or boring. He's showing us that the way to powerful living is through opening our hearts so that heaven opens over us. This might be vulnerability the way you haven't quite heard it talked about before. "Always be humble (lowly) and gentle (meek). Be patient (longsuffering) with each other, making allowance for each other's faults because of your love." Ephesians 4:2 NLT One of the ways you can support Friendship Around the World is to subscribe and leave a review to this podcast. We are so grateful when you do! Each one brings a smile (and sometimes a good laugh or tear!) to us (we read them together) and also helps us reach more women who need this community. We are here to pull each other to a higher place of destiny, purpose, and perfection in Christ, and we don't want anyone to miss out on that! Have you downloaded your FREE e-book, "Hardwired for Friendship" yet? If not, go to https://www.havarinternational.com to get our gift to you! Also, check out Tabatha's newly released mini e-book, "Girl, Take Yourself Off That Shelf, You Were Made to Shine." Available on our website or on Amazon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyvarpodcast/support
This episode of Forward Filmmaker features Ryan Balas, the award-winning New York based director of feature films, docs, and short-form web content like The Really Cool Show, an early YouTube web series with more than 20 million views. Trained as an actor, he focuses on creating deep, emotional resonance, whether it's in wild fictional stories or documentaries. His work often focuses on daily existence and complicated emotions, as evidenced in his trilogy of films: Ice Saints, Our House For The Weekend, and Ex Ex Ex, which star him and his former romantic partner, Dee Herlihy. Ryan also has an upcoming project with Entourage star Adrian Grenier about restoring a Brooklyn brownstone for Adrian's mother. On this episode he'll be talking about sex scenes, lighting, and more. -- Forward Filmmaker is brought to you by Filmhub, the distribution platform where thousands of independent filmmakers distribute and monetize their titles directly to streaming services – without giving up their rights or dealing with the traditional distribution pain points and middlemen. Go to filmhub.com to learn more.
This was a a GREAT GREAT GREAT INTERVIEW! SOOOO much value, brave authenticity, profound insights, hysterical jokes, useful tools and unleveling questions to ask your soul. I love Gurutej. I cherish her wisdom, vulnerability and light. We spoke of the art of touch, asking your heart and intuition if a door opening will profit you on all levels. You will LOVE what she and her husband do when someone on TV kisses... xoxo She reminded me that the woman sets the tone and frequency of the relationship, she GETS to be the creator and flow like water. AND it's OK when you're triggered to walk away. We spoke of her flip charts now being available digitally (quick ways to change your state, to center and remember who you are). We spoke of the art that's pouring through her and maybe I can get her art on yoga mats for my clients! And SO much more! You will literally be nourished by this conversation. Enjoy! --------------------------------- p.s. Take our FREE Assessment. Our Intimacy Blindspot Assessment is a quick, simple yet effective assessment so you can discover how to have the sexual freedom, healthy communication, and deep connection you deserve - https://allanapratt.com/quiz Gentlemen - End the Fear of Rejection. Enjoy your "How To Be A Noble Badass" Complementary Training at www.GetHerToSayYes.com Ladies - Be irresistible. Feel sacred. Attract him now. Enjoy your "Vulnerability is the New Sexy" Complementary Training at http://allanapratt.com/vulnerability Featuring music by: 4 Chambers - written by Aeone / BMI Published by Angleterre Music /BMI
"Vulnerability is the core of any self-inward journey....it's been decades of chipping away to get to that vulnerability and to be able to live there. " - Derek CantyDerek Canty is a father of 7, a dedicated partner, a fairy godfather mentor to many and the CEO and founder of Winning Edge, a leadership development company based in Las Vegas. Today, Derek serves as a coach, and trainer for select non-profit organizations and corporations, assisting them in team building, leadership development, and defining/strengthening their organizational culture. He is also a Covid survivor and former coach to his 3 daughters ‘Snickers' volleyball team.Derek is also the co-founder of College Summit now known as PeerForward, a national social non-profit organization that is based in Washington, DC. PeerForward's mission is to increase the college enrollment rates of low-income communities across America. Derek designed “Rap Training,” a leadership development training program for alumni that trains them to motivate and coach peer leaders at summer workshops and at their respective schools. Over 250 College Summit staff and alumni have gone through the training program. He has also developed in-school youth development tools for PeerForward that are used in classrooms around the country. Derek spearheaded the initial Diversity & Inclusion initiative and department, where he served as Chief Diversity Officer for 2 years.What is Intersectional Integrity?Intersectional Integrity: Intentional engagement and relationship development with self (the "i"), others (the "they", "them", "we"), and earth ("us"- the animals, plants, waterways, landmasses) that is dynamic/fluid and mindful of varying identities (targeted and non-targeted).If you'd like to support us, we'd greatly appreciate it! We love it when you share the podcast with your friends and leave us a rating and review, anywhere you listen to the podcast.You can also find us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/eyesonwhitenessSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/eyesonwhiteness)
This episode features a conversation with my guest, Cameron "Cam" Hall.Cam is a father of 2 amazing boys ( Dylan & Ethan), and has been married for 9 years to his wife, Lindsay. He works in the Special Education field with children on the Spectrum. This field has a close spot to his heart because his oldest son is on the spectrum as well. When he's not being husband or dad, Cam is working on bettering his self and interests. Cam hosts his own Podcast/Video show, interviewing professional wrestlers, actors/actresses, cosplayers, various musicians and more. In 2022, he resolves to re-inventing himself to be the best person he can be. "Without Struggle, There is no Progress" is one of his most cherished sayings/quotes. You can find out more about Cam's interest by visiting www.completelydamaged.netIn this conversation, Cam and I cover a variety of topics as we journey through some of his most defining moments of fatherhood. Cam wears his heart on his sleeves, and that is evident in the way he talks about his boys and his passion to be a positive role model and advocate for them. This conversation is intimate, bold, and full of insightful perspective and learning.Please share your thoughts about this and/or any other prior episode(s) here or there; and rate the podcast as well! You can always send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiry, comment, and/or question.As always, thank you for spending your Wednesday with us!Theme MusicDreamweaver by Sound ForceFrom Premium BeatShow MusicSad Boombox by Ghost BeatzThe Bow by JMPSCRRunning Back by Daniele MustoFrom Soundstripe
We're back for a brand new season and PINCH ME BECAUSE I TRULY CAN'T BELIEVE I'M WRITING THIS but…Our first guest of 2022 is…The one, the only…Brené Brown.I'm a huge admirer of Brené's work, much of which laid the groundwork for the formation of this podcast. She has spent the past two decades researching and changing the global conversation around courage, shame, empathy and vulnerability. She is a professor at the University of Houston, the the author of five number one New York Times bestsellers, the host of the weekly podcast Unlocking Us, which averages one million listens per episode and her 2010 TED talk, ‘The Power of Vulnerability' is one of the most-watched of all time. Her latest book, Atlas of the Heart, takes the reader on a journey through 87 emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human.Brené joins me to talk about the failure of her first book, failure to prize consistency over intensity and her multiple failed hobbies ‘where buying the supplies was more fun than the actual hobby.' I loved this conversation so much because of the truth bombs it contains (I was feverishly writing notes so I would't forget any of what she said) but also because Brené speaks with such honesty, clarity and humour about what it is to be human and how to make sense of the world.Even if this weren't actually my podcast, I'd tell you this episode is a must-listen.*****Buy Atlas of the Heart here: shorturl.at/bgEZ6Visit Brené's website here: https://brenebrown.com/Listen to Brené's podcasts here: https://brenebrown.com/podcasts/*****How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is hosted by Elizabeth Day, produced by Naomi Mantin and Chris Sharp. To contact us, email email@example.com*****Social Media:Elizabeth Day @elizabdayHow To Fail @howtofailpod Brene Brown @brenebrown
Welcome back to Season 2! To kick off our return to the airwaves, Minji and our wonderful guest, Abe Kim, explore their perspectives about men, feelings, and therapy. They discuss longstanding societal pressures that have formed our ideas about male identity as well as the brutal impact of conditioning men not to feel. You'll hear about how Abe got started in therapy, finding the right therapist, the work that goes into "the work", the financial aspect, and more. There's no time to waste y'all, let's dismantle the stigmas and get healing! Follow Minji On:Twitter (@minjeeeezy)Instagram (@minjeezy)Clubhouse (@MinjiChang)▫️ Music featured in this episode include "Uzutrap" by Uzuhan and “Tough Guy” by Uzuhan ▫️ Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter and support our Patreon▫️ This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast CollectiveProduced by @marvinyueh & @AnnaSunSupported by @JulianaDeer00:00:00 - Welcome to Season 2 of FOA!00:01:51 - Intro'ing the episode and hyping the guest 00:06:20 - Starting therapy and the great resistance00:11:37 - Internalized beliefs about men and feelings 00:15:52 - How being Korean-American and religious shaped their views00:22:54 - What MTV, Saved by the Bell, and Band of Brothers teaches about men 00:27:43 - Minji and Abe are sick of this shit00:29:13 - Abe's starts therapy and gets a diagnosis00:33:36 - Human reaction to guard and avoid 00:39:48 - [Break] (plugs Marvel & Makeup Pod)00:40:46 - Jumping back in00:43:00 - Talking about therapy when you're in it 00:48:29 - So, should I get into therapy? 00:55:19 - Matching with a therapist and dating01:00:31 - How to make the money piece work01:08:25 - Also celebrating the external work that Abe is doing 01:12:03 - closing out with 3x questions for our guest 01:18:50 - Outro + Tough Guy by Uzuhan + potluck podcast collective(01:21:27 - Plugs Saturday School Pod)
If you're struggling with your career, feeling stuck or stagnate and questioning your next step, you need this listen to this episode. I break down big career changes I'm making in 2022 - why I'm doing it, how I did it, and what I hope to accomplish. Connect with me on IG!
Some of what Betty shares includes: Her realizations around erotism The wheel of consent practice Vulnerability of directness How simple things make you not be able to hide How to ask for what you want, and taking the risk yourself Creating agreements, choice and changing your mind Relating with intensity Myth of technique and notions of what you are supposed to like Play in our relationships Betty's focus right now Wheel of consent for those in isolation, without playmates or online Being different. Betty: https://wheelofconsentbook.com/ Olivia/Podcast: https://oliviaclementine.com/podcasts/
TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is go to getmoreflow.com right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon. --- "Vulnerability comes from the heart and this recognition that we are flawed." ~ Mark Divine ABOUT THE GUEST: Mark Divine is an expert in human performance as it is displayed in mental toughness, leadership and physical readiness. His work is based on an integral warrior-leader model that he developed and tested on over a thousand special operations candidates worldwide. The integrated training, which involves physical, mental, emotional, intuitional and spiritual training, has resulted in over a 90% success rate for the Spec Ops candidates. It is now taught to executives and corporate teams, tops sports teams, top athletes, professionals, first responders and warriors from all walks of life. Mark is the founder and leader of several highly successful enterprises including SEALFIT (Physical and mental training), Unbeatable Mind, LLC (Executive Mastery Development), NavySEALs.com and USCrossFit. He also co-founded the Coronado Brewing Company in Coronado, CA. SEALFIT developed out of the Navy's SEAL candidate Mentoring program, which took the pass rate for Navy SEAL candidates from 33% to over 80% on the Physical Screening Test at Navy Boot Camp. This program was instrumental in helping the Navy grow the size and quality of the SEAL force. Mark's other professional experience includes 20 years as a Navy SEAL officer, retiring as a Commander in 2011. Also 4 years as a CPA with the firm now known as PriceWaterhouseCoopers prior to his joining the Navy. As a reserve SEAL he led several prominent projects, including the Navy's internal study on whether to support the invitation of USMC into the Special Operations Command. Mark served as Adjunct Professor of Leadership at the University of San Diego and has authored four books: "The Way of the SEAL," published by Reader's Digest Publishing, "8 Weeks to SEALFIT" and "Kokoro Yoga" by St. Martin's Press, "Unbeatable Mind" and the "SEALFIT Training Guide," both self-published. --- If you order Steven's new book, The Art of Impossible, right now, you'll get $1,500 of free bonuses immediately dropped into your inbox. They include secret chapters he has never released, masterclasses on key skills to help you jack up motivation, heighten creativity, and accelerate learning. You'll also get an entirely free training to help you fight distraction and spend more time in flow. So click the link here, snag yourself a copy of The Art of Impossible, and let's get after it.
Today's guest is Dai ManuelWe go deep talking about:How Dai is successfully raising his daughters into amazing young women,Ego and identity in men that comes attached to their careersBetter ways to manage stress and anxietyVulnerably sharing challenges you face as a dad with your spouseAddiction and fighting through itFiguring out your real friends in this fatherhood journeyPicking habits that helps us stay on the right trackHaving the right motivation to turn our lives around in terms of our healthIdentifying your daughters love language to best bond with themOwning up to your mistakes to become a better dad, andPrioritizing our self-care and mental health as fathersDai Manuel is a super dad, dating his wife, with a lead by example way of living and a contagious personality, who is on a mission to positively impact one million role models around the globe to lead a FUN-ctionally fit life through education, encouragement, and community. He is an award-winning digital thought leader and author, Distinguished Toastmaster, TEDx speaker & edutaining keynote speaker, former partner and Chief Operating Officer of a multi-million dollar retail company, and a sought-after lifestyle mentor and executive performance coach.Dai knows the struggle of the juggle and keeping his health and happiness a priority. He models his work based on 5 F's: Fitness, Family, Faith, and Finances with an overarching roof of FUN, built on a rock-solid foundation of Health. Nuggets of wisdom and inspiration to take action to be your best self are guaranteed when you connect with Dai!Find Dai online at:Website: www.DaiManuel.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/daimanuel Twitter: www.twitter.com/daimanuelInstagram: www.instagram.com/daimanuelLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daimanuel/ Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/daimanuel ---Welcome to the Dad.Work Podcast!It's my goal every episode to help dads suffer less, love more, and parent confidently.We'll be diving into mindfulness practices, healing trauma, conscious parenting, natural living, compassionate communication, the spiritual aspect of fatherhood, and more.There are a lot of amazing teachers and guides who help men become more aware and conscious, but there's not a lot of resources for men who are both fathers and interested in a mindful exploration of consciousness and improvement.This podcast aims to help bridge that gap.Resources, Links, Show Notes:https://dad.work/pod/Join our Free Private FB Community for Conscious Fathers:https://dad.work/fb/Take The Course to Become A Conscious Father and Suffer Less, Love More, and Parent Confidently:https://dad.work/cf/
In this week's episode, Coach Troy Aberle shares with us the 6 human needs and how understanding them in ourselves and our partner allows us to get the results we really want out of life and marriage. We discuss how to set goals taking our 6 human needs into consideration and how to establish high frequency habits in order to acheive our goals in every area, including health, wealth and relationships. You can learn more about Coach Troy at https://www.troyaberle.com Register for the Seduce Your Spouse live Challenge for FREE at https://onthebrightersideofmarriage.com/syschallenge
If you want to be a great leader and change the world, you need to lead with your heart and embrace vulnerability. It's as simple as that. When you share your heart through raw, authentic storytelling, you can connect with your community on a transformational level and inspire the change you want to see in the world. That is what true leadership is all about. In this episode, I unpack what it means to be a leader and why it has everything to do with being vulnerable and sharing your stories, the good, the bad, and the ugly. I talk about why vulnerability is an overlooked superpower, what the art of leadership involves, and how to lead from the highest vibration, light, and energy so you can transform the lives of your community. What we covered: What defines a great leader How to connect to your heart as a leader The importance of vulnerability and empathy in leadership Why your heart leads to change and transformation The power of storytelling as a medicine “Vulnerability is the way to lead. Your heart is the way to lead. Trust your intuition when you are being asked to share. Storytelling is one of the greatest medicines.” - Carissa Applications are OPEN for my new leadership program for female entrepreneurs, Untamed. If you are a female entrepreneur wanting to learn how to heal ancestral wounds and trauma so that you can lead more powerfully in your life, connect more boldly to your purpose, and call in more prosperity and abundance, Untamed is the program for you. Apply now: https://carissajohnsen.mykajabi.com/untamed ------------------------ Join the Freedom Designers Facebook Community, where I share business insights and tips that will help you design a rich life and business!
Marni and Chris Gillis work tirelessly to extract every morsel of dating advice from the beginning of season 26 of The Bachelor. Sweet, former NFLer and alpha-male Clayton Echard was given a cool $100k to have 31 women test his dating mettle and claim their hearts. Let's see who stood out and who went home. Key takeaways from this episode: Rules on Valentine's Day gift giving Dropping into you feminine energy Are you ready for a serious relationship? What to do if a guy keeps mentioning his ex Salley Makes a Quick Exit [4:28] Salley, the blonde with the Love Island hair extensions, showed up for the opening show. But she did so only to tell Clayton she was supposed to get married the same weekend. Her quick exit came after telling Clayton she just wanted to meet him but she hadn't yet fully recovered from her breakup with her ex-fiance. It begs the question, how do you know when you should start dating again after a breakup? If you are still pining for your ex, you are not ready to be in a serious relationship. If you continue to be triggered by songs, memories, or anything else you and your ex did together, you are not ready. On the flip side, if you are on a date and a guy starts talking about his ex. Give him time to express himself and be curious. If he continues to do it on multiple dates, play the empathy card. If he realizes what he has been doing and stops all is well. If he doesn't stop, he is not ready to be dating yet. Tell him you are not a therapist and move on. Marni and Chris think Clayton may be insecure and he likely will fall for anyone who likes him. He kissed five women on the first night. They also think Salley will make a comeback later in the season. Exuding Masculine Energy [15:17] Marni notes that there are a lot of successful, professional women competing this season. It will be interesting to see if they are able to drop into their feminine energy during the dating process. Claire Heilig is an example of a woman who wasn't able to get there. She and Clayton go on a fake tailgating-esque date. She couldn't disguise her male vibe when they played cornhole. When Clayton got flirty about almost winning, Claire's testosterone shot up and she reminded him sternly that she, in fact, won the match. A guy doesn't want to kiss a dude in a dress. Are you being too competitive? Do you need to win? Chris says, she revealed more about how she feels about herself and her need to win. Too Much Too Soon, Gift Giving [26:13] Showing up with flowers on a first date is a tradition for some people, but showing up with a 100-year-old family photo is a bit much. Elizabeth offers the only copy of a family keepsake photo to Clayton right out of the gate. Marni points out that women tend to overgive. As a general rule, don't bring a gift to your first date. For Valentine's Day, if a guy you are dating hasn't asked you out by Feb. 7th, you can ask what is going on. Or, tell him how much you love celebrating the date. It doesn't have to be awkward. Just have an open-ended conversation. It isn't always easy to put yourself out there. Vulnerability is necessary for communication. A gift doesn't have to be tangible. It can be a simple compliment. Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast - Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book - How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates
In this episode, we are sharing our process for reflecting on the past year and creating intentions for 2022. Thanks for tuning in! … Our mission is, Living, Laughing, Loving and Learning Together Creating and Cultivating Conscious Connections Thru the Practice of Openness, Honesty, Vulnerability, Humility, and Trust … If you feel you received value […]
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What a yummy interview with a dear friend and colleague! Ahhh... he reminded me of "Slides" which you can learn more about how to manifest your goals... He spoke so eloquently about choosing relationship as the sacred vehicle for transformation. He had a KILLER insight into those of us who caretake, save, rescue being responsible FOR another vs. TO another. I adore the way he sees conflict as provoking one's higher evolution... that rub or friction that creates breakthroughs. AND HE'S ENGAGED! I am so happy to have reconnected with my brother and dance with our passions to live our best lives, contributing to humanity. You will LOVE THIS! xox --------------------------------- p.s. Take our FREE Assessment. Our Intimacy Blindspot Assessment is a quick, simple yet effective assessment so you can discover how to have the sexual freedom, healthy communication, and deep connection you deserve - https://allanapratt.com/quiz Gentlemen - End the Fear of Rejection. Enjoy your "How To Be A Noble Badass" Complementary Training at www.GetHerToSayYes.com Ladies - Be irresistible. Feel sacred. Attract him now. Enjoy your "Vulnerability is the New Sexy" Complementary Training at http://allanapratt.com/vulnerability Featuring music by: 4 Chambers - written by Aeone / BMI Published by Angleterre Music /BMI
What does your orgasm feel like? An orgasm is so powerful – It's almost indescribable! In this episode we talk about how to put words to it! And give you tips on how to talk about orgasms with your partner. Laurie and George also open up about what their own experiences are like… Practicing what we preach – VULNERABILITY! If your partner asked you to describe how an orgasm feels in your body, could you do it? Would you do it? It's difficult to find the words to describe the feeling and to explain what the body experiences during sex. Sex is, after all, a non-verbal language. However, that doesn't mean we should resign to remaining non-verbal about sex. Working through the discomfort of such an intimate conversation can improve the quality of our sexual encounters and, subsequently, our romantic connections. If you're ready to talk about the big O, we have 5 open-ended questions you can use to keep the conversation flowing smoothly while improving the emotional connection you have with your partner. The conversation isn't meant to put pressure on either of you. The ultimate goal of sex is pleasure and connection, not orgasm. Instead, it's intended to open the door to communication. It's a way to explore how orgasms work and don't work while encouraging intimacy. As the saying goes, "communication is lubrication."
ICS vendors address Log4j vulnerabilities. Regulators and legislators think about addressing issues in the software supply chain. Ransomware gangs were quick to exploit Log4shell. An old, and patched, Windows vulnerability is being exploited by the Malsmoke gang. Social engineering of Google Docs users is up. Mr. Klyshin pleads not guilty. Robert M. Lee from Dragos makes the case for salary transparency. Our guest is George Gerchow from Sumo Logic with new approaches for the modern threat landscape. And call spoofing is making robocalls moderately more plausible. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/4
Curious • Adventurous • Self-AwareMirinda Kossoff bravely tells her father's story in her new book, The Rope of Life. Growing up in the south with a Jewish father who converted to Southern Baptist and was a WWII Veteran, with mental health challenges - Life was complicated. The oldest of four, Mirinda found herself raising her siblings and taking care of her parents. Sadly, struggling with physical and emotional turmoil her father took his own life and left many unanswered questions. Through writing about her father's life, Miranda learned more than expected about her own. Join us for a journey of discovery of going from othered to owning herself. Top Takeaways:No matter how much you change, prejudice will still find you. Be strong anyway.Regardless of how you show it, you can never escape your culture or your lineage and this is not a bad thing!Those who may be different from us should never be “othered.” Remaining curious makes you a great audience for any story.Sharing your story can be helpful for others, even though it may result in some blowback from family.Get additional details, show notes, links, and a full transcript of the episode here.ORDER YOUR COPY OF F*CK FEARLESS - MAKING THE BRAVE LEAP TODAY, Click Here!Check out The Brave Files Book Collection here! Get your BRAVE on by joining our exclusive (and FREE) Facebook Collective, Brave on Purpose. Join here. Share your feedback by emailing firstname.lastname@example.orgGrab your BRAVE AF and GRATEFUL AF swag now.
Manifestation. Imaging. Prayer. How are they connected? Do they work? In this episode, I'm joined by my mentor and dear friend Madalaine McDaniel to talk about the power of imagination, vision and manifestation.If you feel stuck in a rut, unmotivated or just exhausted from life, this episode will help bring a new perspective to the power you hold in your mind. Madalaine shares how she used imaging to overcome several personal hardships (financial debt, divorce, being a single parent), improve her mindset, and change her life.Connect with Madalaine on IG, her blog Lakeside Table, or purchase her new cook book! Connect with Alexis on IG!
Shame is the ultimate form of self-limitation. It holds you back in ways you can't even imagine and takes the shine off your soul. The only way you'll ever become the person you were born to be is if you confront the sources of shame in your life. In this episode Nic shares his deepest source of shame with previous guest and men's coach David Jurasek. "Shame is the most powerful, master emotion. It's the fear that we're not good enough." - Brene Brown “if you want to enjoy the rewards of being loved, you also have to submit to the mortifying ordeal of being known.” - Tim Kreider
There is only one thing that will make the results you want in 2022 (and beyond) inevitable, and that's your unconscious motivational pattern.This drives every single decision you make and being fundamentally motivated by fear and inadequacy will always stand in between you, the life you desire and are truly capable of making.There are so many misconceptions and flat-out miscalculations about the driving forces of our unconscious mind so I'm clearing it all up. Tune in to discover the brain patterns that are keeping you from going after those gigantic goals from massive desire + play and how to loosen the hold of your mental constructs so that you have exquisite awareness of your own thoughts and a Supreme degree of problem solving skills to create any f*cking result you want in your life.If you want to never again waste time fixing the wrong things and activate the biggest, most delicious, expansive expression of yourself in the world, apply for personalized 1:1 Coaching.This is where you'll get my brain, presence and experience and it's going to change the trajectory of your entire life, so that you don't have to spend another day suffering, worrying, not being in the present moment. INSIDE THIS EPISODE:The hardest part of reprogramming your unconscious mind Setting goals from insecurity vs powerThought Control vs. Thought PlayI wrote a book!!! Cultivating a Bendy Brain: a gorgeous guide to neuroplasticity. She's thicc. How you can get a hard-copy! Blowing up every single thing your brain was taught about WHO you're supposed to be to be successful,Episode 39: Reticular Activating SystemEpisode 41: Why Willpower Is THE WorstFollow me on IG for the Thought Control vs Thought Work skit
In This Episode We Discuss: How Jerry defines innovation The framework Jerry uses to develop strategic foresight How being vulnerable led to deep and meaningful relationships with his leadership team The strategies Jerry uses to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world How he overcomes the fear of being vulnerable in public spaces, such as social media platforms Connect with Jerry on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram. Connect with Sabba on Twitter and Instagram.
Ahhhh how I love and adore this man... he inspires me more and more each time we connect. He reminds us to ask, What matters most now? Make every moment count. Living intensely loving relationships. Leave our legacy. Wow, right? The last time we connected he was in the euphoria of dissolving the fear of death and his vibration was such an invitation into Oneness. Today he was the embodiment of Grounded Wholeness... choosing an attitude of compassion, openness, kindness and curiosity. We referenced the amazing Jon Berghoff of The Xchange Approach and how we can unlock collective genius and wisdom. Lastly, we all feel stressed, uncertain and doubtful...and the quality of questions we ask can elevate us through safety, love, belonging and significance.... all the way HOME inside our hearts. Get his book. Watch the Youtube Channel. Attend the Awakening Conscious Leadership Webinar. Dive into his world. You will feel the homecoming. xox --------------------------------- p.s. Take our FREE Assessment. Our Intimacy Blindspot Assessment is a quick, simple yet effective assessment so you can discover how to have the sexual freedom, healthy communication, and deep connection you deserve - https://allanapratt.com/quiz Gentlemen - End the Fear of Rejection. Enjoy your "How To Be A Noble Badass" Complementary Training at www.GetHerToSayYes.com Ladies - Be irresistible. Feel sacred. Attract him now. Enjoy your "Vulnerability is the New Sexy" Complementary Training at http://allanapratt.com/vulnerability Featuring music by: 4 Chambers - written by Aeone / BMI Published by Angleterre Music /BMI
In this episode, Timothy Morgan talks about purpose beyond profit: Marketing that makes a difference in the community by giving. He is a marketing expert, coach, consultant, founder, and CEO of Giver Marketing where he implements a basic marketing system, a simple and effective marketing strategy, to increase revenue and serve growing organizations. Timothy's passion is to get the word out for causes, companies, and leaders through marketing with a mission to bring awareness to meaningful and socially conscious organizations that are making a difference in local communities and beyond. His superpower is generating qualified appointments for coaches, consultants, advisors, brokers, and community leaders doing good in the world. If you're tired of deploying marketing that doesn't work and ultimately wants to add value as a socially conscious business, consider reaching out to Timothy Morgan by visiting his websites https://www.givermarketing.com/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachtimothymorgan/.Mitchell Levy is the Global Credibility Expert at AHAthat, the first AHA leadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market for thought leaders, experts and companies to unleash their genius to the world. His passion is helping entrepreneurs, business owners and C-Suite Executives get known as thought leaders & become best-selling authors with the AHA platform. He is an accomplished entrepreneur who has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is an international best-selling author with 60 business books, has provided strategic consulting to over 100 companies, has advised over 500 CEOs on critical business issues, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Visit https://www.credibilitynation.com to learn more about the Credibility Nation community.Visit https://www.ahathat.com/author to learn how you can become an Amazon best-selling author in 4 months.
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What is the secret code to powerful communication? Be real, get raw, and stay relevant with a ruthless commitment to get results. Property management growth expert and founder/CEO of DoorGrow, Jason Hull talks about how to deal with uncomfortable conversations In property management. You'll Learn... [02:10] Qualifying Questions: Do you feel uncomfortable and taken advantage of? [03:05] Communication Code: Practice the four Rs - real, raw, relevant, and results. [04:57] Step 1 - Real: Be honest. Tell the truth. Just don't lie. [06:02] Step 2 - Raw: Be vulnerable, which is powerful and not a weakness. [07:35] Step 3 - Relevant: What matters to others, not what matters to you. [08:49] Step 4 - Results: Know your and your communication targets' wants and needs. [12:41] Built-in Liar: Your brain tries to protect you from pain and problems. Tweetables “You have to tell the truth. Be honest.” “There's power in being vulnerable.” “Stay relevant with a ruthless commitment to results.” “What is your desired outcome?” “We all have a built-in liar and that's our brain. It's always trying to help us avoid pain.” Resources DoorGrow and Scale Mastermind DoorGrow Academy DoorGrow on YouTube DoorGrowClub DoorGrowLive OpenPotion Radical Honesty by Brad Blanton The Power of Vulnerability by Brené Brown Calendly Transcript Welcome, DoorGrow Hackers, to the DoorGrowShow. If you are a property management entrepreneur that wants to add doors, make a difference, increase revenue, help others impact lives, you are interested in growing your business and life, and you are open to doing things a bit differently, then you are a DoorGrow Hacker. DoorGrow Hackers love the opportunities, daily variety, unique challenges, and freedom that property management brings. Many in real estate think you're crazy for doing it. You think they're crazy for not because you realize that property management is the ultimate high trust gateway to real estate deals, relationships, and residual income. At DoorGrow, we are on a mission to transform property management businesses and business owners. We want to transform the industry, eliminate the BS, build awareness, change perception, expand the market, and help the best property management entrepreneurs win. I'm your host, property management growth expert, Jason Hull, the founder and CEO of DoorGrow. Now, let's get into the show. Today's topic, friends, we're going to be talking about a code of communication. During my weekly coaching call with clients today, a client got vulnerable and asked, how do you deal with an uncomfortable conversation? The situation was this particular client of mine has a potential client that keeps calling him up and asking how they should do things. He really wants this person's doors. He really wants to get them on as a client. He's being nice. But now they're starting to say, hey, I really need a concrete vendor to do this and I need somebody. He's being helpful and he's giving out some info. I know a lot of you listening are like, do not give out your vendors. I'm freaking out, but he doesn't want to give out anymore and he feels like he's being taken advantage of. Now I asked some qualifying questions. I said, how do you feel about this to get clarity on that? I'm guessing by bringing this up, did you feel taken advantage of? Do you feel like it's uncomfortable? His question was, how do I have this uncomfortable conversation, or how do I move them forward towards maybe becoming a client? It was kind of the question. My feedback to my client is that you need to get really honest. When we get really vulnerable and honest, it allows other people to see that we're human beings, it allows us to have much more effective communications. As I said, rather than tell you exactly what to say, let me share with you the principles because this is generally how I like to work. Because how he says it might be unique to him, but I said what you need to do is practice a code. I learned this years ago from a coach named Setema Gali Jr. He was part of a coaching program that I was part of. He was my coach. I believe he's the first person that explained this to me. I've heard lots of coaches share this idea. I'm not sure where it originally got its start, but the idea is this code of communication called real, raw, relevant, and results. This is also connected to Wake Up Warrior and Garrett J. White. That's who Setema was working for at the time. Setema, just let me tell you about this guy, a 300-pound Polynesian. He played for the New England Patriots. He has a Super Bowl ring, I believe, won a Super Bowl. He is a really big guy and a really powerful speaker. I really enjoyed working with him. This concept I'm going to share with you is this code of communication that will improve your communication in your relationships personally. It'll improve communication between you and your potential clients. It helps you with challenging situations, challenging communication. This is the mode of how you should always approach communication. In general, this is a code for life. It's four R's, four R words: real, raw, relevant, and results. Let me explain this code of communication and we'll go through each of these four items. When you're communicating with somebody, the challenge is you need to be honest, and this particular client of mine had not yet been really honest with this potential client that he was speaking with about how he was feeling and what he was experiencing. The very first thing is you have to tell the truth, be honest. That's a factual truth. This is the mental logical side of things. What you say should be factual, it should be truthful in your communication with somebody. That's step one. Just don't lie. If you're saying, oh, it's okay and it's not okay, you're lying. The very first thing is to honestly communicate, and that's just telling the truth. The first is real, be real. Be real with people. Just be real with people. Tell the truth. Now the second is closely related. But not only is there logical, honest communication. There needs to be emotionally honest communication. This is where a lot of people fail in their communication. It's not fully honest because you're not really sharing how you feel about things. Logically, what you're saying may be true, but we're being dishonest if we're not honestly expressing how we feel about something emotionally. The second R is raw. So be real, get raw. Most people don't want to get raw. This is what we call being vulnerable. There's power in being vulnerable. There are books written on this subject like Brene Brown, I believe, is her name. The Power of Vulnerability was a big TED Talk, YouTube videos, and whatever. Getting vulnerable is a source of power. A lot of people see it as a weakness. But the most powerful person is the person who has the confidence to get the most raw with people and to be the most emotionally honest. It allows other people to feel safe being honest with you as well because it's at a deeper level. The real thing is that they felt taken advantage of. That's factual, but expressing how that makes them feel would deepen that conversation like, hey, I feel uncomfortable. We've had lots of conversations, facts. I've helped given you some freebies and given you some access to some vendors that I use, facts. I'm feeling though, that I'm being taken advantage of. It makes me feel uncomfortable. I run a business. I care about my clients. I want to take care of them. But then when I have somebody that is not paying me, asking for this information, and I'm helping them out, it makes me feel like whatever you feel. That's getting raw and expressing the honest emotional side of things. The next is to stay relevant. Be real, get raw, stay relevant. Keeping things relevant is important. It's easy to start whining and sharing all your feelings about whatever's going on in your life, but they don't care about that. Whatever the conversation you're having—whether it's kids, spouse, potential clients, existing clients, tenants, whatever—it should be relevant to them. If they don't care and it's irrelevant to them, they're not going to pay attention to it anyway. You're wasting your breath, you're wasting your time, and you're probably gossiping or emotionally manipulating. It's not relevant, so make sure it's relevant. The communication should be relevant to what the real situation is. It should be relevant to the feelings and thoughts that you're having around that thing that you're currently talking about, not other stuff. It's one thing to just get really real and honest and go up to some random person or even a potential client and say, oh, yeah, how are things going? And you start blabbing your whole life story and problems to them. They don't care about that, it's not relevant. So make sure your communication is relevant. Now the next is results. It's real, raw, relevant, and results. So be real, get raw, stay relevant with a ruthless commitment to results. If you are committed to results, that means you need to know what your communication targets, wants, and desires. You need to know what you want. You have to have that clarity. Otherwise, it's not going to be relevant. What you want are results. So if it's relevant, it's going to be focused ruthlessly on getting towards the result. What's the outcome? What is your desired outcome? This is why on my Calendly link, it always asks the question, for appointment scheduling with me, what is your desired outcome? What's the outcome you're hoping for during this conversation? Maybe I can move towards that. What is your desired outcome? If you're going into a conversation that's going to be uncomfortable, you need to be clear on what is true, what factually happened, what do you know for sure, how do you feel about that? You need to have that clarity of how you feel. You need to know what's relevant to them, what's relevant to the conversation, and what's relevant to you. You need to know what you want. What results or outcomes are you hoping for? To honestly express, in this instance, this example, it would be very honest, real, and raw to express. Let's say this potential client was named Suzie. We're talking to this potential client. Hey, Suzie, I've helped you with this, I've done this, and I'm starting to honestly feel like I'm being taken advantage of in this relationship. I want to be honest with you, my goal and being helpful in talking to you, all these multiple times we've had calls is because I want to get your business. I want to get you on as a client. So I need to know, that's what I want, is that going to happen? Is that a reality? Do you see that you potentially will become a client, or are you just taking advantage of the fact that you know that I know some of the things you might need? If so, then maybe we need to have a different conversation. But are you interested in becoming a client or working with me for property management or letting me take over your units? This is expressing what you want and that you might be able to express what Suzie wants. You can say, Suzie, what is it that you are wanting? My understanding is you want this property to be taken care of. You probably don't really want or enjoy dealing with finding contractors and dealing with these challenging and difficult situations. I would love to take that off your plate. I want to do that for you. That would be much more effective communication and it'd be far more honest because the reality of the situation is this communication leading up to this point, this client of mine had not yet been honest with Suzie or whatever their name is. Had not yet been fully honest with them and hadn't lived according to this code of communication. Everything gets better and easier if you're willing to live. It's uncomfortable sometimes to have this communication, but it's less uncomfortable, I believe, than dealing with feeling taken advantage of, feeling misaligned internally, feeling frustrated, feeling annoyed by people. Honestly, express. There's a really good book I'm listening to right now. I really love this book so far. It's called Radical Honesty. This guy is really refreshing to listen to. I appreciate it. It really made me take a look. I've always prided myself on being a very honest, open person. That's always how I've wanted to run my business. One of the core facets is transparency that we subscribe to in our core values. That's why I created my original business, it was called OpenPotion. We all have a built-in liar and that's our brain. It's always trying to help us avoid pain. So if our brain is saying, well, it'll be an uncomfortable conversation that our brain lies and comes up with stories around this. Maybe they know or maybe I shouldn't bring this up. Maybe that'd be uncomfortable if I brought this up or set it this way. Maybe I need to be nicer, more diplomatic. That's our brain lying. We have this built-in liar that is always there in the background creating stories and filtering our perspective and our view from past pain and past history trying to protect us from future pain and creating more problems in our life. We have to confront that, and we have to deal with that and get even more honest. This is something that I remind myself of and that I hope is helpful to you is to be real, get raw, stay relevant with a ruthless commitment to results. If you focus on this mode of communication with family members, potential clients, or anybody that you care to communicate with, you're going to have a much better result. You're more likely to get the results out of this that you want because you're communicating honestly. You're going to create more safety. You're going to create more trust, sales, and deals happen at the speed of trust. Relationships, the foundation is trust. This is going to help you build more relationships and improve your close rate. I hope this has been helpful to those listening. That is all I have to share today. If you would like to have an objective perspective in your business because you're too close to the fire as all of us business owners are and you want a mentor, coach, or somebody that can help you move your business forward, I would be honored and happy to help you grow your business. We have clients getting fantastic results in our Mastermind program. You can check us out at doorgrow.com and set up a call with us to learn more about our DoorGrow and Scale mastermind, how we are helping grow and scale companies. That is what I will leave you with today. I hope this has been helpful to those listening. If it has, please give us some positive feedback on the various channels in which you may be listening to this, whether it's YouTube, iTunes, or wherever, we appreciate that. It helps us get the message out to others and benefit more people in the industry, which is our mission at DoorGrow. That's it. 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Happy New Year, TITW listeners! As we head into the new year, we're reflecting on the values we want to prioritize and how we can commit to moving toward those values. Since deepening relationships and creating new ones has been on our minds lately, we decided to do an episode on vulnerability. Vulnerability can be defined as "the practice of taking emotional risks even when the outcome is uncertain." We start out by discussing certain forms of anxiety that interfere with opening up even to trusted people in our lives. We then explore what we miss out on when we act on this anxiety (i.e. missing opportunities for closer relationships, as well as feedback, support, and validation). We end by suggesting a few DBT and other skills to use in the moment when anxiety is holding you back from being vulnerable with someone you trust. In the spirit of vulnerability, we share some news about the future of the podcast. If you would like to send feedback/suggestions about what you'd like to see from us in the future, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to support TITW, we would be very grateful for donations of any amount you feel comfortable via Venmo @MollyStDenis. If a donation is not possible at this time, you can still support our work by leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you! *Check out our website at therapistsinthewild.com. And follow us on Instagram and Facebook @TherapistsInTheWild, and Twitter @TherapistsWild.
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It's easy to talk about being courageous - but how do you actually take action when it feels like a huge risk? Whether it's the decision to enter a relationship, or to leave a relationship, or all of the moments within a relationship when you might have to make a choice that feels a little edgy or scary - today's episode is going to focus on the practical steps to taking action...courageously. Don't just "feel the fear and do it anyway" - learn how to prepare yourself so that you stand the best chance of succeeding in a moment that requires your courage. As always, I'm looking forward to your thoughts on this episode and what revelations and questions it creates for you. Please join us in the Relationship Alive Community on Facebook to chat about it! Sponsors: GreenChef.com is a USDA certified organic company, with a wide variety of meal plans to make having healthier food easy and convenient for you. And they're offering you $125 off plus free shipping- just to give them a try! 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Resources: Check out my Secrets of Relationship Communication COURSE for a masterclass in how to improve the communication and connection in your relationship. I want to know you better! Take the quick, anonymous, Relationship Alive survey FREE Guide to Neil's Top 3 Relationship Communication Secrets Guide to Understanding Your Needs (and Your Partner's Needs) in Relationship (ALSO FREE) Support the podcast Amazing intro and outro music provided courtesy of The Railsplitters Transcript: Neil Sattin: So let's get on with this conversation about courage and how to actually be courageous. Now, the way I see it, courage is required before you get into a relationship, while you're in a relationship, and if you decide that you're going to leave the relationship, that requires courage too. Courage is required all the way through when you are, let's say, meeting people going out on dates, it may require courage for you to ask someone out and it may require courage for you to follow up with a the person, it might require courage for you to ask for what you want. Neil Sattin: There was recently a conversation happening in the Relationship Alive Facebook community, where someone was talking about how it's challenging to them, they've been going out with people who are spending all their time talking about themselves instead of asking any questions. So how do you show up in a situation like that? You might need to get courageous and be vulnerable or put the other person on the spot in order to ask for what you need, or conversely, it might take courage for you, even though someone else seems really into you, if you're not really into them, to put an end to your dating before it gets too serious, before it gets even more challenging to extricate yourself from a difficult and not entirely fulfilling situation. Now, when you're in a relationship, there are all kinds of places where courage is required, it might be required to set a boundary with another person, or again, to ask for what you want if you're not getting it, or to initiate a hard conversation. Neil Sattin: Like for instance, a conversation about something that you really want that you're not getting, just as an example, and then so often those challenging conversations might go a little bit off the rails or might not go exactly how you would want them to go, and it takes courage to follow up on those conversations rather than just letting things go and fostering resentment. It requires courage often to make a choice when the right decision isn't quite clear to you. It requires courage when you need to be honest with a person, even though it might hurt their feelings, and this kind of courage is really important for having relationships that are alive and authentic and where there is continually energy being generated to keep you excited and engaged in a relationship. It turns out that if you're not able to show up in those ways to be vulnerable, to take risks, then your relationship ends up being a big story of avoiding those things, and if you avoid the things that have lots of energy or juice to them, in one area, then it's likely that you're going to end up avoiding the energy and the juice in the areas that are more exciting, like your romance and your desire, and your sex, and your adventure and those kinds of things. Neil Sattin: The thing is though, it's easy to talk about being courageous. Yes, you have to be courageous. You have to feel your fear. You have to just move forward, but the reality is that that's super challenging. If it weren't challenging, it would be easy to do, we'd be doing it all the time, and I wouldn't be having this conversation with you, but there's more to it than simply being courageous. There are things that you can expect to happen within you and in a situation that requires your courage, and that's what we're going to talk about today, 'cause I want you to be able to prepare for an act of courage. I want you to have an understanding of what's going to happen. I want to set you up for the best possible outcome. And in the end, I want you to be able to take that experience and build on it, so that's... Interested in reading the transcript for the rest of this episode? Click here to download the full transcript of this episode!