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What could you do to help yourself move from stagnation to growth? Is there something you've been meaning to get back into or want to try for the first time? Perhaps it's a language, painting, singing, dancing, a sport, cooking or a brand new skill that you'd love to know more about. Flesh out some ideas after listening to this episode to build a list that you can try things from. Remember you're simply trying some new things, you don't have to commit to anything. The point is to discover something that you connect with and that will bring you some much needed positive momentum by way of achievement gratification. Use the minute of meditation to freely imagine some of the things you could do.Sign up for the Frankly Unstoppable EmailFollow me on InstagramPuja's Website
Research indicates less than 3% of Americans are sufficiently active, eat a healthy diet, maintain a healthy weight and abstain from smoking. A key factor in the ability to achieve one's health goals is whether those goals are supported by the people they're closest to—at home and at work. Generally, organizational employee wellness programs are only partially successful because they expect the individual to bear the full responsibility of changing their behavior rather than in conjunction with a supportive environment. For the past 20 years, workplace health pioneer and thought leader Richard Safeer, M.D. has assessed cultures, trained leaders, and conducted research on the intersection of individual and organizational behavior. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Well-Being for Johns Hopkins Medicine. He is a regular conference speaker on building a culture of health and well-being and has published numerous journal articles on the topic. His full bio is below. In his upcoming, groundbreaking book available on January 19, 2023, titled, A Cure for the Common Company: A Well-Being Prescription for a Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient Workforce (Wiley),Dr. Safeer becomes the first author to provide a step-by-step roadmap for creating a well-being culture that integrates science with practical solutions as demonstrated by the numerous real stories from successful companies.Dr. Richard Safeer BioFor the past 20 years, workplace health pioneer and thought leader Richard Safeer, M.D. has assessed cultures, trained leaders, and conducted and explored research on the intersection of individual and organizational behavior. Dr. Safeer currently serves as the Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Well-Being for Johns Hopkins Medicine where he leads the Healthy at Hopkins employee health and well-being strategy. He is a regular conference speaker on the topic of building a culture of health and well-being and has published numerous journal articles on the topic. He teaches in the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He also taught the inaugural graduate course, ‘Organizational Health,' at American University. In January 2023, in response to Americans' health challenges today and based on his experiences driving employee health and well-being strategies, with publisher Wiley, Dr. Safeer will release A Cure for the Common Company: A Well-Being Prescription for a Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient Workforce. Dr Safeer is the first author to provide a step-by-step roadmap for creating a well-being culture that integrates science with practical solutions as demonstrated by the numerous real stories from successful companies. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showRebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work. Please connect to continue the conversation! https://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcasthttp://www.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/
Dr. Sergey Sorin joins the show to take us on a journey towards a healthy lifestyle, offering guidance and insights on embracing a holistic approach to wellness. Discover the fundamental principles of health, explore the intricate connections between the mind, body, and spirit, and uncover how these synergies contribute to optimal well-being. Tap in for an empowering conversation toward a healthier life today!Key takeaways to listen forHow to positively approach personal adversities to help you in the futureThe significant role of mental well-being in maintaining physical healthOptimal Life Therapy: What it is and how it worksKeys to overcoming negative self-talk to boost your well-beingHarmful habits and ways to get rid of themA powerful decision-making philosophy to live life to the fullestResources Mentioned In This EpisodeJesus, Take The Wheel by Carrie Underwood | Spotify and Apple MusicC. Norman Shealy, MD, PhDHierarchy of Needs by Abraham H. Maslow | Kindle About Dr. Sergey Sorin Dr. Sergey Sorin is an author, lecturer, bariatric authority, and medical doctor with a passion for holistic wellness. Overcoming colon cancer sparked his interest in the mind-body-spirit connection for optimal health. He developed "The Power Principle" approach and authored a series of books, including "Are You Really Healthy," challenging traditional concepts of health and offering a new direction. Dr. Sorin's journey exemplifies the transformative power of his holistic paradigm, empowering individuals to achieve personal wellness and understanding of the healthcare system.Connect with Dr. SergeyWebsite: Shealy-Sorin Wellness InstituteConnect With UsMaster your context with real-results leadership training!To learn more, visit our website at www.greatsummit.com.For tax, bookkeeping, or accounting help, contact Dr. Nate's team at www.theincometaxcenter.com or send an email to email@example.comFollow Dr. Nate Salah on on his Social MediaLinkedin: Nate Salah, Ph.D.Instagram: @natesalah Facebook: Nate SalahTikTok: @drnatesalahClubhouse: @natesalah
Athena Wellness Podcast - Reclaiming Our Warrior Spirit
#203 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.In this episode, Kathy shares a story from a trip to Nepal that has helped her let go during times of life transition. She summarizes the experience with three lessons for you to contemplate.Kathy then invites you to work with the lessons of the story using a four step process. If you're experiencing a life transition and feel that letting go will help you navigate it, this is the episode for you!Links:Book: Into the WildFrom Type A to Type Be Course: Course overview/sampleFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
In this episode, we're diving in the Finish ecosysyem. What makes Finland repeatedly achieve the rank of the happiest country globally? In this episode, you will hear from Päivi Sillanaukee, Special Envoy for Health and Wellbeing at the Ministry for Social Affairs and Health. Until recently, Paivi was Ambassador for Health at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Paivi has a strong presence in the international community, She is the co-chair of the Alliance for Health Security Cooperation (AHSC), a member of the Steering Group of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), and a member of Health Advisory Board of the UN Technology Innovation Lab (UNTIL) Finland. We discussed the ecosystem in Finland, why should Ministries for foreign affairs care about healthcare, and where does Finland have room for improvement in healthcare digitalization. Website: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com Newsletter: https://fodh.substack.com/
As shift workers, we are exhausted most of the time.The benefits of resistance training are ridiculously underrated for health.In this "A quick chat with...." episode I asked Coach Mark Carroll if 3 x 40min sessions a week is enough to get benefit from.You can find Mark at Website: coachmarkcarroll.comInstagram: @coachmarkcarroll______________________________________Shift work can be brutal, but it doesn't have to be. As a veteran shift worker of almost 4 decades, I discuss evidence-based strategies in Nutrition, Health & Wellbeing, to help you to live a happy and healthy life with more energy to thrive, not just survive while performing shift work.______________________________________Support the show YOU CAN FIND ME AT Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube COACHING One2One Coaching One Off Consults ________________________ FREE E-BOOK - “The best way to eat on Night shift” IN-HOUSE SEMINARS - Enquire Here _____________________ Disclaimer: Roger Sutherland is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before implementing any strategies mentioned in this podcast. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Roger Sutherland will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of the information contained in this podcast including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness, or death. _______________________
Stereotypical gay culture has idolized youth, beauty, and sex, which has resulted in the concept of Gay Death, the all-too-popular myth that gay men have aged beyond attractiveness once they turn 30.In this episode, we're discussing why gay men fear growing older, the concept of internalized gay ageism and its negative impacts on our mental health, and how we can embrace our age.Additional Resources:Gay Death (Urban Dictionary)Gay Death (Wikipedia)'Gay Death': They Say 30 is the New 25Gay Death Stocktake — A ReviewEveryday Ageism and HealthInternalized Gay Ageism, Mattering, and Depressive Symptoms Among Midlife and Older Gay-Identified MenInternalized Gay Ageism, Mattering, and Depressive Symptoms Among Midlife and Older Gay-Identified MenInternalized Ageism and Homophobia a Toxic Mixture for Older Gay MenYet Another Problem for Older Gay Men: “Internalized Gay Ageism”LGBT People: Let's Talk About AgeismOp-ed: In Defense of AgingOld Lesbians Organizing for ChangeNational Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging30 is NOT 'Gay Death' RedditGet Your MerchSupport the show
The Career Refresh with Jill Griffin
You learned about a Pain Sponge if you watched the series finale of HBO's Succession. No spoilers in this podcast episode, however, I do discuss: What a pain sponge isWhy it often falls in lock-step with people pleasingThe nuanced ways it shows up in yourselfHow to spot it in others10 tips to avoid being the Pain Sponge Jill Griffin is on a mission to improve life in the workplace by helping leaders increase their well-being, intentionality and impact. Jill's executive coaching, strategy, and innovation have generated multi-millions in revenue for the world's largest agencies, start-ups, and well-known brands. She works with individuals, teams, and organizations to create cultures allowing leaders to increase performance and impact while maintaining well-being. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on: 1:1 Career Strategy and Executive Coaching CEO Advising and Consulting Gallup CliftonStrengths Corporate Workshops to build a strengths-based culture Team Dynamics training to increase retention, communication, goal setting, and effective decision-making Grab an individual Strengths & Strategy Session with Jill Griffin HERE Get on Jill's email list to get career insights and tips Follow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration Connect with and follow Jill on LinkedIn
Follow Your Gut With Sarah Bennett
In this episode of the "Follow Your Gut" podcast, host Juniper Bennett delves into the topic of gut health and its impact on overall well-being. Juniper, a mother of four, shares her personal journey of navigating the complexities of the medical system and misinformation while caring for her family's health. The episode focuses on how CBD supports digestive and hormone health by exploring the purpose and functioning of the endocannabinoid system. Juniper explains the factors that deplete the system and discusses how CBD restores balance without creating dependency. She highlights CBD's positive effects on gut bacteria health, inflammation reduction, and hormone regulation. Juniper emphasizes the importance of understanding how supplements interact with our bodies and encourages listeners to make informed decisions for their family's wellness journey. Thanks for listening! I would love to connect with you ♡ Send me a DM on Instagram Email me at email@example.com Click HERE to shop my gut balancing supplements or to enroll in the Happy and Healthy From the Inside Out Course.Sending love and wellness from my mama heart to yours,XO - Juniper BennettFounder of ōNLē ORGANICS
Transcript – Scroll To Bottom On this episode of Inner Confidence Podcast, host Robbie Kramer is joined by guest Amir to discuss the psychology of having other options in a romantic situation and maintaining a sense of self-worth. Kramer and Amir also share personal stories about confrontations with women who violated boundaries and the importance […] The post 236: Preserving Your Self-Worth – Confronting Manipulative Behaviors & Setting Boundaries In Dating appeared first on Inner Confidence.
Today we're going to talk about student mental health, infusing applicable humor into the classroom, emotion science, and collective effervescence. By implementing temperature checks and reflections, you can assess how your students are feeling. Include a mental health check question like, What did you do to take care of yourself this week? And then at the end of the reflection, ask your students, Is there anything else you'd like to share? You'll be asked to consider the question, If you held the higher ed magic wand, where would you start to create a humor climate? What would you do? What would your colleague do? Additionally, we'll cover emotion science. That is, when we feel bad, we can't learn as effectively. And when we feel good, it benefits our learning. Lastly, we'll go over collective effervescence, which represents the synchrony we feel when we are together and in communication with one another. Flower Darby explains, "We want to extend this sense of belonging to our students, no matter who they are, no matter their personality, their preferences, their identities. We want all of our students to feel like they belong so that they can thrive in our classes."Recommended resources (Please note, the resources used in this specific episode are from last year's Teaching Professor Online Conference. For similar and new content, register for this year's Teaching Professor Online Conference):Teaching Professor Online ConferenceApplying the Surgeon General's Model for Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing in Higher EducationIncreasing Student Engagement, Persistence, and Success Online Using Emotion ScienceUsing Humor and Levity to Enhance the Online Learning Environment
Join us in this eye-opening episode as we delve into the essential role of sleep in achieving optimal health and well-being. Our guest, Erik Korem, a renowned expert in the field, enlightens us on the profound impact of sleep on weight loss, stress relief, and muscle gain.Discover how sleep acts as a cornerstone for achieving your fitness and wellness goals. Erik shares his insights on the critical relationship between quality sleep and successful weight management. Learn how sleep affects our metabolism, hunger hormones, and energy levels, influencing our ability to make healthier food choices and maintain a balanced weight.Explore the intricate connection between sleep and stress relief. Erik explains how sleep deprivation can elevate stress levels, impair cognitive function, and hinder our ability to cope with everyday challenges. Gain a deeper understanding of how prioritizing quality sleep can promote stress resilience, emotional well-being, and overall mental health.Uncover the significant role of sleep in muscle gain and athletic performance. Erik explores the importance of adequate sleep for muscle recovery, repair, and growth. Learn how sleep optimizes our body's hormonal balance, facilitating muscle development, and enhancing physical performance.Furthermore, Erik introduces us to his unique approach to measuring sleep quality. He emphasizes three crucial aspects: consistency, amount, and onset. By understanding and optimizing these factors, we can enhance the overall quality of our sleep, unlocking its full potential for our health and fitness journey.Tune in to this enlightening conversation to gain practical insights and strategies for improving your sleep habits and harnessing the transformative power of quality sleep.#sleep #sleepquality #weightloss #stressrelief #musclebuilding #optimalhealth #wellbeing #metabolism #hormonalbalance #fitnessgoals #mentalhealth #cognitivewellness #recovery #athleticperformance #sleepconsistency #sleepamount #sleeponset #healthylifestyle #selfcare #restfulsleep #sleepoptimizationSupport the show
Live By Design Podcast | Release Overwhelm, Get Unstuck, & Take Action | Via Goals, Habits, Gratitude, & Joy
Have you ever found yourself in a challenging season of life and felt the need to put certain things on hold to keep yourself afloat? It's something I've experienced firsthand, and I recently leaned big time into the habits that support my wellbeing. In this episode, I share how I found the strength to start running again after a difficult year, and how it has made me feel ah-mazing. If you're feeling the pull towards something, start small and just keep showing up for yourself. You'll be amazed by the progress you can make when you give yourself permission to follow your own timeline, release the comparison game, and tune into your inner wisdom.Whether you're emerging from a challenging time or simply looking for ways to improve your wellbeing, this episode is sure to resonate with you, friend.
Burnout has been top of mind lately. Searches for burnout are at an all time high. But what exactly is burnout beyond just a buzzword? How can we differentiate it from exhaustion or stress? And most importantly, how can we recognise the signs of burnout and effectively deal with it as well as prevented in the future? That's the focus of this episode.We speak with Aparna Dubey as she describes how she figured out she was burning out, the research she did, how she managed it and built systems to prevent it in the future. Aparna is a seasoned leader with the consumer goods industry with 18 years experience across the Asia-Pacific region. She's worked with top multinational, such as Procter and Gamble, and Kimberly-Clark. She's an MBA from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, often ranked number one in India. Episode Shownoteshttps://howtolive.life/episode/043-Preventing-burnout-with-Aparna-DubeyRelated Episodes#037 Finding purpose at work with Dean Tonghttps://howtolive.life/ep37spotifyhttps://howtolive.life/ep37appleLeave us a messagehttps://howtolive.life/contactFollow usLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharadlal24/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastHowtolive/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcasthowtolive/Information on Podcast & Hosthttps://howtolive.life/
Have you ever tried to communicate with someone and they are super defensive? You end up fighting and feeling so unheard? What about the opposite, someone tries to talk to you about something and you end up defensive. Maybe you even give them the silent treatment or emotionally lose it. In today's episode we are talking about the difference between defensive vs. non-defensive listening and how to listen from an emotionally intelligent place. Not always easy but always worth it.Visit macierenae.com to learn more about me and who I help!Follow me on Facebook & Instagram: @ Macie Renae Coaching
Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
n this episode, podcast host Belinda Ellsworth interviews Dr. Richard Safeer, Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Wellbeing at John Hopkins Medicine, about building a well-being culture in the workplace.Dr. Richard describes how aligning your work with your inner self is crucial for happiness in the workplace. He also notes how entrepreneurs and risk-takers should pay attention to their body's feedback and cues for a healthy work-life balance. He emphasizes the importance of recognizing stress and taking steps to reduce it before it becomes overwhelming.Among other things, he introduces the concept of progressive muscle relaxation as a technique to reduce stress and improve relaxation.Key Learnings from the Episode:08:29 - Dr. Richard talks about "Progressive Muscle Relaxation: The Stress Buster Technique"15:21 - Dr. Richard explains why Leadership is crucial in building a culture of well-being at work, and why every leader needs to be involved.18:26 - Six building blocks of building a well-being culture on a team.29:36 - The journey to success is not overnight, and taking a job you may not want can lead to greater opportunities.About Dr. Richard Safeer -Dr. Richard is currently the chief medical director of employee health and well-being at Johns Hopkins Medicine.After medical school, he thought he would be practicing as a family doctor for his entire career. However, within the first year, he realized he wasn't in his happy place. He also came to the conclusion that he could make a bigger impact if he could help organizations shape their workplace and workday so that it supported health and well-being instead of harming it. So here he is, four jobs later!How to Connect Dr. Richard Safeer:Websites - richardsafeer.com creatingawellbeingculture.comDownload his book from Amazon - A Cure for the Common CompanyLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardsafeer/About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/workfromyourhappyplaceLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram -https://www.instagram.com/workfromyourhappyplace/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.comJoin my membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazing experiences with like-minded people, all from the comfort of your own home. You get to connect with others online, learn new skills and techniques, and grow your network without ever having to leave your computer screen. To know more, click on the link https://workfromyourhappyplace.com/vip/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4939248/advertisement
W dzisiejszym odcinku z serii Zaprojektuj Swoje Zdrowie porozmawiamy o wydolności organizmu. Dowiecie się jak trenować, oddychać i jakim sprzętem się wspierać, aby wejść na wyższy poziom zdrowia.Wiedzą i doświadczeniem podzieli się z wami specjalista chorób wewnętrznych i immunologii klinicznej, Dyrektor Naukowy Longevty Center, dr n. med. Dariusz Sołdacki.
Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy
Three experiences hit me hard this week and reminded me of three important points that help me with burnout. This is a reminder to me that I always have a choice, I do not need to react, and I can put better boundaries in place. Interested in the little yellow activator (aka Protandim Nrf2 Synergizer) from the commercial? Check it out here.Other amazing products that I recommend are the liquid collagen, fish oil, probiotic, and the NAD and Nrf1.
Gemma Colao is the co-founder and creative director of OTO (which rhymes with ‘photo'), a UK brand that was created to answer her desire to share the wonder of CBD with as many people as possible through luxurious products and meaningful experiences.Gemma first talks to Anne about her fashion career, as a knitwear designer, and how she was drawn to design and ready-to-wear, inspired by her artist grandmother's bold bohemian style. She started her career with an internship at DKNY, and after graduating from Central St Martins, Gemma worked for the likes of Clements Ribeiro before turning to Esprit and Marks & Spencers, among others. Gemma explains how she jumped on the opportunity to move to the US thanks to her husband. She tells Anne how the pace combined with the workload from her design job took a toll on her and how, sleep-deprived, she was battling anxiety and burnout — that is, until she found CBD. After a colleague made the suggestion to give it a try, Gemma shares what a revelation (or revolution, perhaps) this was for her. Thankfully, she felt the effects of CBD quickly, improving first the quality of her sleep, which in turn lessened her anxiety. This of course had a huge impact on the quality of her life. Inspired as she was by the possibilities offered by CBD, Gemma recounts how she and her husband then set out to open the first legal online dispensary in California. Later on, the couple returned to the UK to find that the quality of CBD products offered in that market was much lower, so Gemma explains how she saw this as an opportunity and that's when they decided to create OTO. Anne herself admits knowing very little about CBD, so the two talk about the nitty gritty of what makes OTO CBD products effective and why they are formulated to feel luxurious but are also backed by science. Gemma shares her vision to build a brand that people can trust, and one that focuses on efficacy as well as experiences and moments, whether from the brand's sleep drops, skincare or their new spa products and beverages (OTO made the first CBD bitters in the world). Anne also asks Gemma to speak to OTO's recent acquisition of the wellness group South West Brands and how she hopes that the newly formed OTO Group becomes a portfolio of global female-focused wellness brands. Finally, the two exchange on their rituals, gratitude, journaling practises and what keeps Gemma grounded and balanced day to day, busy as she is with OTO and her two little boys at home. A rich and engaging interview with a highly creative entrepreneur. Happy listening!***You can find out more about Gemma and OTO at OTO CBD - https://otocbd.com/If you are in the US at https://us.otowellbeing.com/Connect with Gemma on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gemma-colao/And you can follow the brand on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oto_wellbeing/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/otowellbeingTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@oto_wellbeingYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/@oto_wellbeingAnd LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/otowellbeing/***If you enjoyed this episode, click subscribe for more, and consider writing a review of the show on Apple Podcasts, we really appreciate your support and feedback. And thank you so much for listening! For all notes and transcripts, please visit Out Of The Clouds on Simplecast - https://out-of-the-clouds.simplecast.com/ Sign up for Anne's email newsletter for more from Out of the Clouds at https://annevmuhlethaler.com. Follow Anne: IG: @_outoftheclouds or @annvi
Season 2 - I'm back and excited to bring season 2 to you.In this episode, I discuss where I've been, what I've been doing, and what's coming.Most importantly, I've missed podcasting for you and I'm back in front of the micThank you for your patience and thanks for coming back.Shift work can be brutal, but it doesn't have to be. As a veteran 24/7 shift worker of almost four decades, I discuss evidence-based strategies in Nutrition, Health & Wellbeing, to help you live a happy and healthy life with more energy to thrive while performing shift work.Support the show YOU CAN FIND ME AT Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube COACHING One2One Coaching One Off Consults ________________________ FREE E-BOOK - “The best way to eat on Night shift” IN-HOUSE SEMINARS - Enquire Here _____________________ Disclaimer: Roger Sutherland is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before implementing any strategies mentioned in this podcast. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Roger Sutherland will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of the information contained in this podcast including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness, or death. _______________________
Braith Bamkin is a Certified Practicing Marketer who has corporate experience but lives in and loves the small business world. He supported thousands of business people to take their businesses to new heights through his role as the Executive Director of BNI Melbourne Central—the world's most successful professional networking and referral group.Through all of Braith's experiences, he gained invaluable (and practical) marketing, referral and networking knowledge and skills that he wants to share with you to help you achieve success more quickly and easily. So whether you're just starting or looking to take your business to the next level, he's here to help.https://braithbamkin.com/home
Meg Gollnick is co-founder or founder of the Pullman Schools Pantry Program, the Pullman Food Rescue Program and the Pullman Arts Foundation. Meg is the middle child of 12, has 3 children, and is living with joy and peace despite a cancer diagnosis.For more information:https://pullmanschoolspantryprogram.orghttps://pullmanartsfoundation.org________Guests share stories of adversity and perseverance which inspire, encourage and challenge us. Host Hara Allison embraces these tough conversations, intimately exploring our loves, fears and hopes with a delicious combination of depth and lightness. Beneath Your Beautiful won first place in Self Help and Health & Wellness in the 2022 International Positive Change Podcast Awards and 2023 Publisher Podcast Awards nominee in Health & Wellbeing.byb.li/podcast_applebyb.li/podcast_spotify To get in touch with Hara Allison:Magazine + Podcast: beneathyourbeautiful.orgPhotography: hara.photographyDesign: studioh-creative.com
Distraction is the behavior where there is an interruption of attention. It takes the person away from the primary interest, and the world within which we live makes distraction much easier. Think about it- streaming, mobile devices, technology with lights and video, and much more. Dr. Pete and Dr. Rubin bring the east and west teachings of attention, how the brain works, and even some western diagnoses such as ADHD. Dr. Rubin reminds us that distractions remove us from feelings of discomfort and gives her many pearls of wisdom including that listeners should turn off the push notifications on your mobile devices.Visit http://www.wheneastmeetswest.us/ to learn more about Dr. Pete and Dr. Rubin. © 2023 CopyrightPeter Economou, Ph.D. and Nikki Rubin, Psy.D. discuss modern psychological science and its integration with ancient Eastern practices with takeaway tools for everyone.THE SITE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL ADVICEIF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY, PLEASE CONTACT 911 IMMEDIATELY OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM: http://www.wheneastmeetswest.us/terms.html
In this episode, we are joined by Arti Kashyap-Aynsley, Global Head of Wellbeing and Inclusion at Ocado Group.Arti discusses her role and the company's initiatives to enhance employee well-being and inclusion. She shares their focus on improving ESG-related discussions, managing workload in remote work, and leveraging demographic data for diversity and inclusion strategies. Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
Play comes naturally to most children, but as we get older, playfulness, zest, tends to diminish. We get stuck in responsibilities, or maybe you feel like play is frivolous. But then you also end up feeling unhappy and depressed and play is a way out of it. The power of play can really help us live more enjoyable, fulfilling, and even productive lives. My two guests today, Elaine O'Brien and Andrea Seydel, are not only dear friends of mine, but they just coauthored a book on this, and I am so thrilled to have them share their wisdom with you! Today we're discussing: Why we lose our sense of play as we get older Why play is so important to our wellbeing Reconnecting to how we like to play Easy ways to bring more play into our lives The value of “micromoments” How we can adopt a play mindset The scientific argument for play Why play is crucial to getting through challenging times About Elaine O'Brien Dr. Elaine O'Brien is one of the most informed academics, theorists, and practitioners on the intersection of positive movement, fitness, vitality, mental and physical health, and zesty aging. Dr. Elaine is one of the first 100 people worldwide to earn a master's degree in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) under Dr. Martin Seligman in 2008, who recognized her contributions in his book, Flourish. She was a 2022 MAPP Summit Alumni Invited Speaker. Seligman stated that Elaine's work “advances the role of the body and positive movement in helping people achieve flourishing mental health, physical fitness, and positivity.” Elaine earned her PhD in Human Movement Psychology in her 60s, after decades of leadership in the dance/fitness industry. Elaine is a writer, author, speaker, and host/board member of the International Positive Psychology Association's Health and Wellbeing division. She recently developed a course, “Positive Psychology Across the Lifespan” for the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. With Andrea Seydel, Elaine is the co-author of The Power of Play: Optimize Your Joy Potential. This book can safeguard your physical and mental health and make you a better lover of life. To learn more about and follow Elaine: http://Elaineobrienphd.com http://powerofplay.fun https://www.facebook.com/Elaine.OBrien.Fitstyle https://www.linkedin.com/in/elaine-o-brien-phd/ About Andrea Seydel Andrea Seydel a powerhouse of knowledge and growth. With an unwavering passion for education and personal development, Andrea has dedicated her life to continuous learning. Armed with a psychology degree and post-graduate studies in positive psychology and resilience training, Andrea is an accredited positive psychology coach and a respected figure in the fitness and yoga community. Her expertise extends to non-violent communication, neuro-linguistic programming, post-traumatic growth, mental health first aid, and more. Driven by a profound mission, Andrea empowers individuals to navigate life's challenges with resilience and grace. Through her best-selling book, "Saving You Is Killing Me: Loving Someone With an Addiction," influential podcast, and Support Community, she has touched countless lives, offering guidance and support. As a regular contributor to Recovery Today magazine and an active advocate for the recovery community, Andrea is a transformative force, helping individuals turn their pain into purpose. Through her company, Live Life Happy Publishing, Andrea creates a haven for book lovers and aspiring authors. Affectionately known as "The Book Doula," she nurtures coaches, psychology experts, and entrepreneurs in the process of giving birth to their literary creations. By bridging the gap between aspiring authors and knowledge-seeking individuals, Andrea harnesses the power of books to change lives and make a positive difference in the world. When she's not immersed in her book reading, Andrea can be found hiking trails, practicing yoga, or exploring the world. To learn more about and follow Andrea: www.livelifehappypublishing.com www.andreaseydel.com And if you haven't yet joined The Year of WOMAN Membership, get to it! https://carinrockind.com/woman We're changing the world one woman at a time. Go to Apple Podcasts and leave a 5-star review and subscribe so you never miss an episode!
Join Chris Rainey and his co-host, Matt Burns, as they discuss the topic of remote work with their special guest, Sara Milesson, Vice President of HR for Trelleborg Group.They delve into the contrasting views on remote work, the challenges that come with managing remote teams, and the benefits of being intentional about productivity, feedback, and performance management. They also share examples of companies that have done remote work well and discuss the importance of shifting the way we view work culture to increase all aspects of productivity, flexibility, and employee satisfaction.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe
The Integrative Palliative Podcast
Being in the hospital is hard. It can be overwhelming, exhausting and feel like a completely out of control experience.Whether you are a physician, other clinician or family member of someone who is ill, these six tips will help you improve the wellbeing of people in the hospital.What other tips would you suggest? Send me a message with your suggestions https://integrativepalliative.com/contact-usDr. CDelia Chiaramonte, MDP.S. Are you feeling stressed because someone you love has an advanced illness? Get on the waitlist for my upcoming group program so you can become a confident advocate for your loved one while also taking care of yourself. Click below and put "waitlist" in the comments https://integrativepalliative.com/contact-us If you have a loved one with serious illness and you're feeling depleted, exhausted and overwhelmed, this program is for you. You will become a confident advocate for your loved one and fill up your own "cup" so that you can show up with empathy and also enjoy your life more. You deserve it.www.integrativepalliative.com/training Managing uncertainty and overwhelm is the key to navigating the experience of loving someone who is ill, and this is available through IPI's Conscious Coping program.You'll get practical tools to support your loved one and yourself, important insights, skills to talk about tough topics and a supportive community, so you don't need to do this alone. 1:1 coaching is also available.Sign up here:www.integrativepalliative.com/training Here's a Free Guide for You if Your Loved One Is Ill:The 10 Best Ways to Help When Your Loved One Has A Serious Illnesshttps://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147661904 And Here's a Free Guide for Clinicians:How to Add Integrative Medicine To Your Practicehttps://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147657852Please review this podcast wherever you listen and forward your favorite episode to a friend! Thanks for helping me spread the word about heart-centered care for people with complex and serious illness.
Join us this week as Rose Felix Cratsley shares powerful affirmations that nurture self-compassion, encourage personal growth, and bring about healing through hope. With a firm belief in the importance of mindfulness as a fundamental human right, Rose reminds us that we enter this world with openness and curiosity, yet often find ourselves burdened by self-judgment, criticism, fear, and anxiety. Rose is the visionary founder and president of Ivy Child International, a remarkable non-profit organization dedicated to creating global mental health initiatives for children, families, and communities. Through their impactful work, Ivy Child International strives to improve the well-being of individuals worldwide. Tune in to discover affirmations that will empower you to embrace self-compassion, foster growth, and find solace in the transformative power of hope. Rose's wisdom and experience will guide you on a journey of healing, as you navigate the challenges of life with renewed strength and resilience. Show notes: Find more from Rose Felix Cratsley here: Ivy Child International https://www.mindful.org/author/rosefelixcratsley/ Let us know what you thought of this episode of 12 Minute Meditation by leaving a review or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, Dr. Daniel Correa sits down with Mary Beth Albright, writer, editor, and executive producer for the Washington Post to discuss her book Eat & Flourish: How Food Supports Emotional Wellbeing. Mary Beth shares how her experience in public health as a food policy attorney inspired her to investigate the science of food and how it can affect our mental and emotional health. Additional Resources Eat & Flourish: How Food Supports Emotional Well-Being http://www.marybethalbright.com/ Brain & Life Podcast: Food and Your Brain: What You Need to Know to Keep Your Brain Healthy Brain & Life Podcast: Chef Mariana Orozco on Multiple Sclerosis and the Healing Power of Food Brainandlife.org: Four Healthy Spring Recipes That Use Seasonal Ingredients We want to hear from you! Have a question or want to hear a topic featured on the Brain & Life Podcast? Record a voicemail at 612-928-6206 Email us at BLpodcast@brainandlife.org Social Media: Guest: Mary Beth Albright @MaryBeth (Twitter) @Mary.Beth (Instagram); W. W. Norton & Company @wwnorton (Twitter) Hosts: Dr. Daniel Correa @neurodrcorrea
Today on the podcast, my good friend (since my Buenos Aires days), Karina Martinez-Carter joins us. Karina shares her favorite practice that helps her slow down throughout the day and highlights why "slow" has a negative connotation. Karina and I share our curiosities around deep listening-- what it is and why we want to practice it in our lives. Deep listening offers us an opportunity to step out of autopilot and the conditioning of "doing." Karina shares how deep listening offers her a chance to "play" and let go of there needing to be a "right" decision or choice. Karina and I also share the difference between Vedic meditation and Mindfulness Based Meditation (or Insight Meditation). Take a listen to this thought provoking and heart opening episode. If you like this episode, check out my solo episode on Healing Hurry Sickness , Paying Attention to Pace Part 1, Episode 118: Following Your Pleasure, and Episode 127 Slow Down to Savor. Curious to strengthen your deep listning skills so that you can live with more confidence and ease? Sign up for complimentary connection call to explore if coaching is the right fit for you. ***** Karina is a writer, a Vedic meditator, a former travel journalist and, currently, a Program Manager at Google. She currently lives near the beach in Los Angeles after some years in NYC and Buenos Aires, and she enjoys biking around, doing Pilates, dancing and just appreciating the ocean and mountains, all in one place. She writes about reflections from meditation, life and playfulness on her site, kmartinezcarter.com.
Why is the world in a constant state of war? Why historically is there so much conflict? Millions upon millions of people have died and our planet is being destroyed. But it does NOT have to be this way. This is something that we, as humanity, can stop. Acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind-body medicine, our guest today, Dr. Deepak Chopra, discusses how we can change the state of the world through utilizing the peace process as he describes in his book, “Peace is the Way.” Dr Chopra discusses our collective consciousness and our turbulent nature. If we can acquire a more peaceful mindset, within ourselves and toward others, we can begin to change divisiveness, and come up with creative solutions to take the next leap in consciousness. He believes humans can outgrow conflicts and war. It is time to move humanity forward, together. He further discusses the myth that money can buy happiness and how we operate under a false sense of security. So how do we get from the place of fear and conflict to the place of love? The bridge is Awareness. With a critical mass of people putting their attention toward peaceful, creative solutions, we CAN change our trajectory. Dr Chopra further discusses Cultural Creatives and how we can all establish a sense of peace. We can join together to create “Peace Cells,” people working together toward a common goal and intention of peace consciousness. Dr Chopra reminds us of the famous words of the great Mahatma Gandhi – “Be the Change You Wish to See in the World!” We truly can dream a new reality, through metamorphosis. We can go inward, through meditation. Like caterpillars, humanity can also transform through connectivity, peace, and consciousness. It is possible for humanity to take a quantum leap! Deepak Chopra, MD, founder of the Chopra Foundation and cofounder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation. He is the author of more than 90 books translated into more than 43 languages, including numerous New York Times bestsellers. Time magazine has described Dr. Chopra as “one of the top 100 heroes and icons of the century.” Info: PeacePractices.org and DeepakChopra.com
How daring do you feel these days? Sometimes it's easy for us to write ourselves off in midlife and think the fun and adventure is all over. In this episode, we're going to explore the extraordinary adventures of some inspiring women who have smashed through barriers, broken taboos and paved the way for the rest of us. I promise you that by the end of the episode, you'll be just raring to go and start an adventure of your own!My guest will be well-known to many of you, because she was a much-loved presenter on BBC Breakfast for 20 years. She's used her profile to champion women's stories and to raise awareness of the menopause, mental health and women's safety. She's also a highly successful triathlete who represented Great Britain in her age-group. If you haven't guessed already, I'm chatting to the brilliant Louise Minchin who's here to discuss her latest book Fearless: Adventures with Extraordinary Women and to give us all an appetite for adventure.Louise introduces us to a whole host of inspiring women and talks us through the adventures she shared with them, including freediving under ice, cycling across Argentina, wild caving and a swim escape from Alcatraz. We discuss the importance of challenging yourself to build resilience and how vital it is to remain physically confident to ensure we keep fit and well through mid- and later life. Louise is an incredibly positive role model and full of great advice on how to empower yourself to take that first step into adventure so that you can make the most of this latest stage of your life. She was a delight to chat to and I promise you that you'll enjoy listening to her as much as I enjoyed chatting to her! If you've enjoyed the podcast, remember to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode, and please give it 5-star rating and a short review on Apple podcasts, or whichever platform you listen on. And do tell your friends and family about it too. I'd be so grateful, because it really does make a huge difference to the visibility of the podcast, so that more women can find the show. After all, every woman deserves to have a happy menopause.Check out the full Show Notes for this episode on my website www.well-well-well.co.uk/podcast, where you'll find all the relevant links and references for my guest. Book your place for my Guardian Masterclass webinar on Menopause Nutrition on Saturday 10th June via the show notes on my website. If you're busy that day, ticket holders can access the recording after the session. Learn how to build your own menopause diet to manage your symptoms with my latest book The Happy Menopause: Smart Nutrition to Help You Flourish.
Athena Wellness Podcast - Reclaiming Our Warrior Spirit
#202 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.Kathy's on her back deck on a gorgeous day after an invigorating trail run. She's expanding on some of the lessons learned from a recent solo cross-country roadtrip (Episode 200), sharing two stories that will resonate if you're coming into a new season of your life.Kathy then invites you to consider a series of questions she categorized in five general steps of a transformative process. If you're navigating a life threshold and are looking to go deeper, this is the episode for you!Links:From Type A to Type Be Course: Course overview/sampleFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: email@example.comIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
Honest HR: A Podcast from SHRM Spilling HR Truths
Previously brought to the spotlight by the pandemic, organizations' prioritizing employee mental health and wellness reflects its ongoing importance to employers and employees alike. But what does the work of creating workplace cultures of mental health and wellness actually entail? In this episode of Honest HR, host Amber Clayton speaks with Rich Safeer, M.D., Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Wellbeing for Johns Hopkins Medicine and author of A Cure for the Common Company: A Wellbeing Prescription for a Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient Organization about:Why the workplace is the perfect venue for achieving real improvements in people's healthHow mental health and wellness is a team sportSteps to begin transforming your organizationEarn 0.5 SHRM PDC for listening to this episode; all details in episode.This episode of Honest HR is sponsored Calm Business.Episode transcript
The BragWorthy Culture Podcast
In this episode of How People Work, Jason and Jordan explore the role of leadership in employee wellbeing and delve into the qualities and strategies that define exceptional managers. They cover a range of topics, including the impact of managers on employee retention, the essential traits of successful leaders, the perils of micromanagement and undermanagement, and the challenges faced during the transition to a managerial role. Jordan and Jason share personal stories of their experiences in leadership and managing a startup. They discuss the significance of trust, the importance of both EQ and IQ in leadership, and the best practices for developing other leaders. Key ideas and highlights: Leadership and organizational structure are key determinants of employee wellbeing. One can be a compassionate but incompetent leader. The transition from individual contributor to people leader is a difficult one. How to set yourself up for success. Word of the day: Equivocal - Jason wins this week! Chapters: (0:00) Intro (1:35) Deloitte Study Recap (5:25) What it means if people leave a company because of a manage (7:54) What the role of a manager needs to be (10:52) Wellbeing is a shared responsibility (11:33) Which is worse: micromanagement or undermanagement? (13:03) The binary of leadership styles (16:55) Why the transition from an individual contributor to a people manager is so hard (18:17) How trusting your people is one of the most important things you can do as a leader (20:07) Which matters more in being a leader: EQ or IQ? (22:59) Here's what the best leaders do to develop other leaders (25:57) Here's what we actually love receiving from people Connect: Are you an HR/People Leader wanting to learn more? https://www.fringe.us/talk-to-our-team People Data & Insights Report: https://fringe.my.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#1U000000tSl7/a/4X000000ouMw/9lixakNDHeXoFyinZ5hmod6GeWRUmxBtAhVd3oCgDmg Jason's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonatfringe/ Jordan's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordan-peace-fringe/ How Fringe works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NiAGyFut6E&t=2s
Stories included in this episode: 1 - AI Is as Risky as Pandemics and Nuclear War, Top CEOs Say, Urging Global Cooperation 2 - A Few Lawmakers Are Trying To Torpedo the Debt Ceiling Deal. Here's How 3 - China's Aggressive Maneuver Against U.S. Spy Plane Highlights Escalating Tensions 4 - Twitter Now Worth Just One-Third of What Elon Musk Paid for It 5 - Volunteering May Boost Kids' Well-Being, Study Says
The Veterinary Life Coach Podcast with Dr. Julie Cappel