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Christmas Country Songs

A time of year to celebrate the the music and stories that help everyone thrive.

This time of year can energizing for some and anxiety filled for others. But music for mental wellness can help us all. Country music lovers know this. There are plenty plenty of opportunities to listen to your favorite Christmas tunes with inspiring lyrics and powerful motivation stories.

NAMI’s 2016 article “The Impact of Music Therapy on Mental Health” makes some great points ****on the power of lyrics and rhythm for mental health. “Because of its rhythmic and repetitive aspects, music engages the neocortex of our brain, which calms us and reduces impulsivity.”

In “How Listening to Music Can Have Psychological Benefits,” Verywell Mind’s Kendra Cherry (@AboutPsychology) highlights 10 Benefits of Music for mental health. We are big fans of #2 – Music can Reduce Stress!

Bottom line – music for mental health and mental fitness is real. That’s why we are proud to welcome musicians Like Jamie Floyd as Pivotal Moments Ambassador.

Jamie Floyd is a singer song writer with a great new music video for the holidays. (find her @jamiefloyd on Instagram). Her premier of “Little Christmas Miracles” music video comes out tonight at 6pmCST/7pmEST on her website officialjamiefloyd.com. You can also listen to “Little Christmas Miracles” now on @itunes, @spotify, and @applemusic.

 

4 of the Best Sites for Christmas Country Songs

And if you’re looking for some new songs to add to your playlist during this joyous, and sometimes stressful season, check out these sites. You’ll be warmed up in no time!

 

The Boot

https://theboot.com/country-christmas-songs/

 

Taste of Country

https://tasteofcountry.com/top-50-country-christmas-songs/

 

Country Living

https://www.countryliving.com/life/g2864/best-country-christmas-songs/

 

uDiscover Music

https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/country-christmas-songs/

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Life After The Military Recent Episode's

Life After The Military – Retired Army CSM, Gerald Tyce

Retired Army Signal Corps CSM, Gerald Tyce speaks candidly and transparently shares his challenges with transition to the private sector, overcoming the stress of multiple combat deployments, and how he sought help and mentorship consistently throughout his life to overcome obstacles and achieve success in his military and government contracting career.
 
DoD SkillBridge Program: https://skillbridge.osd.mil/
 
Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families: https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/apply/our-programs/
 
0:00 Lee opens the podcast
 
00:35 Lee introduces Gerald Tyce
 
01:46 Gerald describes how his military service shaped him
 
09:23 Gerald shares his challenges, advice and stories about transition from the military to defense contracting
 
16:02 Gerald describes how he was able to take two years to recharge himself and plan for his post military career after retiring from the Army
 
19:12 Gerald, Howie and Lee reinforce for veterans the need to plan for their transition at least 2 years out and never fear to ask for help
 
21:06 Gerald talks about his decision to join the Camber Corporation as a government contractor
 
23:37 Lee and Gerald explain the need to assess and interview the companies you are seeking employment with
 
28:13 Gerald shares how he prepared himself to succeed in a government contracting business development position and leveraged Camber’s training programs
 
34:15 Gerald describes how he leveraged free training and certifications with the Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families
 
40:32 Howie encourages transitioning military members to take the time to plan for their transition and highlights the value of the DoD SkillBridge Program
 
44:05 Gerald describes his experience as a Program Director with IAP Worldwide Services
 
50:40 Gerald talks about his current responsibilities as the Operations Manager for the Enterprise IT as a Service Contract for the Peraton Corporation
 
55:37 Lee gives Gerald his book title
 
57:02 Gerald defines what mental fitness means to him, personal and professional challenges he had and what he does to strengthen his own mental fitness
 
1:05:35 Lee compares the need for mental fitness and recovery to physical fitness and recovery
 
1:10:29 Lee closes out the episode

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Recent Episode's WIN

WIN: Championship Traits for Life – Sergeant Major (Ret) Chris “Dutch” Moyer

No team has ever succeeded when those involved are only worried about themselves. It does beg the question though, How do you create a WE over ME mentality for your team? 

Our guest today, Sergeant Major (Ret) Chris “Dutch” Moyer will help craft you an answer.

-Dutch takes us through his journey to the military: 3:00

-Dutch defines being a good teammate and explains the importance: 9:25

-Dutch shares his techniques to press forward during adversity: 13:59

-Dutch discusses how he compartmentalizes fear and moves past it during difficult times: 20:43

-Dutch talks about the time spent training vs the time spent working in the military: 33:42

-Dutch shares his keys to leadership success: 46:43

-Dutch defines and shares how he practices mental fitness: 1:00:39

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Life After The Military – Mark Greene

Listen to retired Navy SEAL officer, Mark Greene talk candidly and transparently about his challenges with transition, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress, and how he sought help consistently throughout his life to overcome obstacles and achieve success in everything he did.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-greene-mba-mpa-2aaa2a9/

Dominion Energy: https://www.dominionenergy.com/

 

Show Notes:

0:00 Lee opens the podcast

00:42 Lee introduces Mark Greene

01:54 Matt describes how his service as a Navy SEAL shaped him

10:26 Howie and Mark reinforce the value of military service and overcoming adversity

17:40 Mark shares his challenges and stories about transition from the military and his experience at the University of Southern California    

40:40 Mark expands on his work at USC and helping their student veteran community and their families

47:40 Mark, Howie and Lee reinforce for veterans the need to plan for their transition at least 2 years out and never fear to ask for help

57:47 Mark describes his concept of being a life coach for student athletes

1:14:50 Mark explains how he learned about Dominion Energy and chose to work for their corporate security team

1:22:40 Lee gives Mark his book title

1:25:18 Mark shares a story about a public speaking engagement at the Smithsonian

1:30:15 Mark defines what mental fitness means to him, personal challenges he had and what he does to strengthen his own mental fitness

1:35:00 Lee and Mark discuss the difference between fearing failure and hating to fail

1:43:50 Lee closes out the episode

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Recent Episode's We Are Everyone We Are Everyone Season 4

We Are Everyone: A Mental Fitness Journey Through Music with Cecily – Part 1

“How do I use my voice to enable others to find healing in some way?” Cecily, a musician, writer and healer, joins We Are Everyone for a special two-part discussion on the power of discovering your voice and silencing that inner critic. In this episode, she shares her journey as a vocalist and songwriter including how shifting her focus to music allowed her to explore new ways to bring people together and the themes that she portrays through her work.

 

Guest Social Media Links

Website – http://cecilymusic.com/ 

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cecilyalexa/ 

Twitter – https://twitter.com/CecilyAlexa 

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/CecilyMusic 

YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/CecilyMusic 

Key Takeaways

2:33 Cecily tells us about herself and her mission

5:45 Words on patience

7:00 Cecily gives us her definition of mental fitness

10:00 Cecily shares her art inspirations and her journey from political science to healing music

13:16 How Cecily’s conceptualization of love and her latest album were framed by studying three of the most popular books ever created on love 

17:30 Cecily tells us how learning the themes of healthy love carried over into her music and her overall life purpose

19:20 Jenn reminds us of love and all its forms, and how that plays into mental wellness

21:59 Cecily tells us how the the dynamics of being an artist online and in the world affect and contribute to a self love journey

 

Music Mentioned

Songs of Love and Freedom – http://cecilymusic.com/music/songs-of-love-and-freedom/ 

Awakening PT. 1 – http://cecilymusic.com/music/awakening-pt-1/ 

 

Books Mentioned

The Mastery of Love: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship: A Toltec Wisdom Book – Don Miguel Ruiz  https://www.amazon.com/Mastery-Love-Practical-Relationship-Toltec/dp/1878424424 

 

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book) – Don Miguel Ruiz https://www.amazon.com/Four-Agreements-Practical-Personal-Freedom/dp/1878424319 

 

How to Love (Mindfulness Essentials) – Thich Nhat Hanh

https://www.amazon.com/Love-Mindfulness-Essentials-Thich-Nhat/dp/1937006883

 

All About Love: New Visions – Bell Hooks

https://www.amazon.com/All-About-Love-New-Visions/dp/0060959479 

 

Quotes Mentioned

“How do I use my voice to enable others to find healing in some sort of way?”

“Really looking at the reasons why you’re on this earth, and being able to find your voice [that early] is really beautiful.”

“Mental fitness is a continuum.”

“Mental fitness is retraining yourself out of your continuous mental critic”.

“How can I replace this negative self critic with someone who is more compassionate, more kind, more patient, more reassuring..”

“I always wanted to be the kind of person to bring people together and to build people up.”

“You have to choose love in every moment”.

“You learn that any type of vitriol has to be an automatic response. No, that’s something completely within my control”.

“All human beings learn a lot about what love is supposed to be through the media. As a black woman who makes soul music, it’s my job to carry all these themes that are changing my life, through music.”

“Media is BS a lot of the time, but music is coming from the soul.”

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Her Journey Told Recent Episode's

Her Journey Told: Finding Your Cause

Mara Gubuan, the Founder of Equality League takes us on a journey of how she went from being a tax accountant to finding her purpose by starting multiple nonprofit agencies focused on advancing women’s rights and gender equality in sport. Mara shares with us the incredible work she is doing to help save Afghan women athletes and their families and how she supported a coalition of women to end a 40 year stadium ban for Iranian women. Mara inspires us with her passion and relentless fight to drive equality.

Guests Social Media Links:

Website: https://weareeql.org/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/equalityleagues
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mara-g-bb9a68132/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/equalityleagues/

 

 

Key Takeaways:

0:00 Intro

1:06 Mara explains the stresses of the current Afghan crisis and what EQL is doing to get involved

2:39 Mara gives examples of current success stories with refugees in sport that the EQL has been able to help with

5:33 Mara talks about the dangers these people face as high level athletes and how their accomplishments are now harming them

7:26 Mara details the start of the EQL and how it came to be and their original focus on Muslim female athletes

12:35 Mar talks about the struggles the EQL faces in terms of short staffing and needing help with the current Afghan crisis

16:32 Mara talks about how she really found cause during the quarantine when kids lost sports and tried to find a way to give that back to them

19:34 Mara talks about the EQL’s youth council and what they advocate and fight for

23:43 Mara details the toughest project she’s had to work on though EQL

26:53 Mara talks about a current evacuation of 100 people in conjunction with their partner FIFA

30:22 Mara explains a project and accomplishment she is most proud of

32:44 Mara talks about the EQL and where you can find out more information online

 

Resources Mentioned:

FIFA – FIFA is a non-profit organization that describes itself as an international governing body of association football, futsal, and beach soccer. It is the highest governing body of association football.

Equality League – Equality League is comprised of leaders from sport, human rights, and the media working to advance gender equality in and through support. We create and support campaigns to advance access, equality and safety in sport for women and girls worldwide.

Champion Women – Champion Women is a non-profit organization that provides legal advocacy for girls and women in sports.

Nancy Hogshead-Makar – Founded in 2014 by 3-time Olympic gold medalist, Nancy Hogshead-Makar, Champion Women is dedicated to advocating gender equality in sports for girls and women

Quotes Mentioned:

“One person in the right place with the right intentions can make a difference. And even what I tell the Youth Council is that if you are just authentic in what you’re attempting to do, people want to be part of your team where they want to help you, where they see their deficits.”

“It is very difficult to field message after message. You’re my only hope. When is it my turn? What happens next? And we’re working with a wonderful ally, but they can only do so much because are tremendous negotiations with different countries and the Taliban that are underway so we can only try to be supportive.”

“The FIBA hijab ban overturned, another recent victory was the overturn of the 40 year old ban on Iranian women. The 41 million Iranian women and girls were not allowed to enter stadiums to watch men’s football matches. And so you’re exactly right where I see that there is an egregious problem, we try to help solve it because we know with my powerful board and our community that we can reach the decision makers.”

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WIN: Championship Traits for Life – Matt Eversmann

Courage, commitment, and teammates can be found on sports fields and battlefields.💪 US Army First Sergeant (R) & American Hero, Matt Eversmann, joins WIN! Learn about his story of survival, how it became the source material for Black Hawk Down, and how he maintains mental fitness.

How do you define the word “Courage?” Our guest today, First Sergeant retired Matt Eversmann, will provide you with an answer.

Matt served in the US Army from 1987-2008 and spent time with the 75th Ranger regiment and the 10th Mountain Division.

While his entire term of service was admirable, his time in the military will forever be immortalized through the events of October 3, 1993. Matt was placed in charge of a group of Army Rangers to lead a daytime raid against an eager enemy militia. Matt experienced the horrors of war when he and his fellow soldiers were trapped in a hostile district of Mogadishu, the capital city of Somalia, and marked for death by an angry mob. His inspiring story of survival became the source material for, Black Hawk Down, which recounts the harrowing experience. For his actions on the battlefield he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Valor device.

Matt illustrates the importance of duty, courage and selfless service to succeed when ordinary circumstances become extraordinary challenges and we are honored to have had him with us on WIN.

Matt defines the word courage: 2:40

Matt discusses being a quiet professional rather than a loud motivator: 8:57

Matt talks about leadership and accountability: 18:51

Matt shares his cornerstone leadership tips: 37:17

Matt discusses the importance of showing that you care about those you lead: 44:26

Matt dives into bringing calm to the chaos of the events on October 3rd, 1993: 53:09

Matt defines mental fitness and shares how he practices it: 1:02:18

Matt talks about being played by Josh Harnett in Black Hawk Down: 1:07:17

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WIN: Championship Traits for Life – Brian Covey

What is the first thing you tell people about yourself? Is it your accomplishments? Is it what you do for a living? Is it about your family?

Our Guest today, Brian Covey, will make you rethink how you approach people in sport, business and life with his thoughts.

Brian’s resume is one that will get our audience excited. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Brian played soccer at the pro and Olympic levels before taking on a career as an influencer, speaker, top-rated podcaster via “The Brian Covey Show”, an author through his book “Conversations with Covey”, and a wealth Advisor while serving as the VP of one of the largest mortgage companies in America, loan-depot.

But beyond his professional accolades and titles, Brian is all about balance in fitness, wellness and life. One of the things that stood out to me when doing research, is that Brian always lists himself as a father, husband and family man first.

– Brian discusses being a family man first and foremost: 1:42

– Brian talks about the importance of a team bond and how to strengthen them: 7:38

– Brian shares a time where he faced adversity, what he learned, and how he overcame the obstacles: 11:53

– Brian discusses a collective responsibility for a team to keep team culture in check: 17:57

– Brian expands on his five tenants that are a pathway to success on the field and the importance of also utilizing this skill set off the field to be successful: 22:37

– Brian shares what it is that draws people in to work for him: 30:09

– Brian tells why its important to understand what motivates others: 36:32

– Brian shares what he would write in a text he would send to his younger self and defines mental fitness/how he practices it: 42:53

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Life After The Military – Matt Kellam

In this exceptionally powerful and informative episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with former Marine, Matt Kellam. Matt serves as the Dominion Energy Military and Recruitment Program Coordinator. Dominion Energy, a veteran friendly company, historically hires 1 of every 5 employees with a veteran background. Dominion Energy has been in the top 10 of veteran friendly employers since 2008. Matt talks eloquently and with vulnerability about how he strengthens his mental fitness and how committed he is to help Dominion Energy take great care of veterans, their families, and create partnerships with the communities they serve.

Matt’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-kellam-178013b/

Dominion Energy: https://www.dominionenergy.com/

Troops to Energy Jobs: https://www.troopstoenergyjobs.com/

0:00 Lee opens the podcast

00:42 Lee introduces Matt Kellam

02:22  Matt describes how his service in the Marine Corps shaped him

10:26 Lee reinforces the value of military service

15:12  Matt shares his experiences and stories about transition from the military and his experiences and struggles as a student veteran           

26:55 Matt describes how he began to work with Dominion Energy and his family’s history with the company

32:24 Matt explains how Dominion Energy created strategic partnerships with the communities they serve

40:17 Howie and Matt talk about the Dominion Energy leadership team’s commitment to helping veterans

1:00:44 Matt describes the Troop to Energy Jobs Program which helps other employers build a military veteran friendly transition and hiring program

1:03:40 Matt shares Dominion Energy’s charitable commitment to veterans with a partnership to host an annual senior PGA tournament in the Richmond area

1:07:00 Lee gives Matt his book title

1:08:03 Matt defines what mental fitness means to him, personal challenges he had and what he does to strengthen his own mental fitness

1:20:02 Lee closes out the episode

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Life After The Military - Retired Army CSM, Gerald Tyce

Life After The Military - Retired Army CSM, Gerald Tyce

Retired Army Signal Corps CSM, Gerald Tyce speaks candidly and transparently shares his challenges with transition to the private sector, overcoming the stress of multiple combat deployments, and how he sought help and mentorship…
Life After The Military - Mark Greene

Life After The Military - Mark Greene

Listen to retired Navy SEAL officer, Mark Greene talks about his challenges with transition, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress, and how he sought help consistently throughout his life to overcome obstacles and achieve…
Life After The Military - Matt Kellam

Life After The Military - Matt Kellam

In this exceptionally powerful and informative episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with former Marine, Matt Kellam. Matt serves as the Dominion Energy Military and Recruitment Program Coordinator. Dominion Energy,…
Life After The Military - Tony Crescenzo

Life After The Military - Tony Crescenzo

Lee and Howie talk with former Marine, Tony Crescenzo. Tony currently serves as the CEO of Intelligent Waves and is highly engaged with the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Veteran Employment Initiative which has helped…
Life After The Military - David Tenenbaum

Life After The Military - David Tenenbaum

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with former Air Force Officer, David Tenenbaum. David currently serves as a Director for Heroes Linked, a nonprofit that connects those serving,…
Life After The Military - James Jordan

Life After The Military - James Jordan

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with US Army Command Sergeant Major (Retired) James Jordan. James served for over 31 years as a noncommissioned officer and leader in…
Life After The Military - Mark Clifton and AC Coley

Life After The Military - Mark Clifton and AC Coley

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with US Army Command Sergeant Majors (Retired) AC Coley and Mark Clifton. AC and Mark share valuable perspective about how to effectively…
Life After The Military - Darrell Williams

Life After The Military - Darrell Williams

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with US Army Master Sergeant (Retired) Darrell Williams. Darrell serves as the Chief, Military Human Resources, for the Defense Information Systems Agency.…
Life After The Military - Jeremy Moulder

Life After The Military - Jeremy Moulder

In this Life After the Military episode, Lee and Howie interviewed Army Combat Medic Sergeant Jeremy Moulder. Jeremy treated over 150 casualties in combat during his eight years of service until his medical separation…
Life After The Military - Randy & Lorie Moore

Life After The Military - Randy & Lorie Moore

In this episode, we talk with US Army Master Sergeant (Retired) Randy Moore and his wife, Lorie. Randy, CEO and Founder of RLM Communications, Incorporated, and Lorie emphasize the value of using your personal…
Life After The Military - Laurie Moe Buckhout

Life After The Military - Laurie Moe Buckhout

In this Life After the Military episode, Lee and Howie interviewed Army Signal Corps Colonel (Retired) Laurie Moe Buckhout. Laurie, a graduate of James Madison University and their ROTC program, served for over twenty…
Life After The Military - Ed Abner

Life After The Military - Ed Abner

In this Life After the Military episode, Lee and Howie interview Ed Abner, a retired United States Naval Officer and graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. Ed shares his broad and…
Life After The Military: Steve Sosland

Life After The Military: Steve Sosland

Steve Sosland, Chief People Officer of the University of Texas Tech University System, and former United States Army Airborne Ranger Officer joins the Life After the Military podcast. Steve shares stories and talks about…
Life After The Military: Skate for the 22 Foundation

Life After The Military: Skate for the 22 Foundation

In this episode, we talk with Bobby Colliton and Jonathan Demers who started the Skate for the 22 Foundation. Bobby and Jonathan formed the Skate for the 22 Foundation to reduce the tragically high…
Life After The Military: Natalie Oliverio

Life After The Military: Natalie Oliverio

Natalie Oliverio, CEO of Military Talent Partners, joins the Crossing the Line of Departure: Life After the Military podcast to share how her time in the Navy helped her mature; how she helped veterans…
Life After The Military: Becky Margiotta

Life After The Military: Becky Margiotta

U.S. Army Veteran Becky Margiotta joined the podcast to share how her time in the military shaped her; the transformational work she did with the 100,000 Homes Campaign; starting her own non-profit, The Billions…
Life After The Military: Rob Blake

Life After The Military: Rob Blake

Rob Blake, a veteran of the United States Air Force, joins the Crossing the Line of Departure: Life After the Military podcast to share his experiences working in the government contracting world. Rob, co-owner…
Life After the Military: JB Spisso

Life After the Military: JB Spisso

JB Spisso, a retired United States Army Command Sergeant Major and former member of the elite special operations unit, the 75th Ranger Regiment, joins the Crossing the Line of Departure: Life After the Military…
Life After The Military: Mike Black

Life After The Military: Mike Black

U.S. Air Force Colonel (Retired) Mike Black joins the podcast to share valuable lessons learned during his Air Force career; how he planned and executed his transition; how he applied his lessons learned to…
Life After The Military with Howie Cohen

Life After The Military with Howie Cohen

Howie Cohen, the Director of the Pivotal Moments Charlie Mike channel and a veteran of over 27 years of military service, shares how military schools and assignments helped him develop the skills and tools…
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Her Journey Told: The Grounded Canary

Beth Shaha, Certified Life Coach and Founder of The Grounded Canary shares with us her journey of how a mission trip to Romania changed her forever and led her down a path of leaving her career in the higher education industry to becoming a certified life coach. Beth provides great insights on how we can start being more curious about who we are and show compassion versus judgement. She encourages us to think about our internal narratives and change our perspective on how we approach our lives.

 

Guests Social Media Links:

Website: https://www.thegroundedcanary.com/ 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-shaha-4aa96095/ 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegroundedcanary/?hl=en 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegroundedcanary/ 

Email: beth@thegroundedcanary.com 

Key Takeaways:

0:00 Intro

0:55 Beth talks about the term wayfinder, what it means and the kind of things a wayfinder does 

2:54 Beth shares her journey of where she came from, why she decided to pivot and build her company Grounded Canary and become a certified life coach

11:18 Beth also shares advice to people who haven’t found their purpose yet and those that have the purpose but are afraid to make the transition 

14:02 Beth talks about how people put shackles on themselves without even noticing, what they need to do to realize the limiting beliefs they have and how they can change that 

18:21 Beth talks about why people should be compassionate about themselves rather than be judgmental towards themselves 

21:58 Beth talks about ways to realize that you’re in a bad situation, how to not beat yourself about it, and how to be curious to know what you can do to get out of it 

25:58 Beth shares a technique you can use to help be able to pull yourself out of a situation that you are in and look at it from a different angle to help you solve the problem 

29:32 Beth shares some resources that people can learn from more about some tools and tricks to use to better themselves

 

Books Mentioned: 

The Work by Byron Katie: https://thework.com/ 

Walking Back The Cat: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/173806.Walking_Back_the_Cat 

 

Shows Mentioned:

Kristin Neff: https://self-compassion.org/ 

Positive Psychology: https://positivepsychology.com/

 

Quotes Mentioned: 

“Where you are is a great place to start.”

“The power of story is inevitable.”

“Fear screams, intuition whispers.”

“Basic pausing and noticing is the first step towards finding your way and finding your purpose.”

“Limiting beliefs could be about anything and they’re beliefs that keep you shackled.”

“Knowledge is power, knowledge is truth, and knowledge helps us to see.”

“If we use our now to inform our then, it’s freedom.”

“Create a space that allows you to look at a situation rather than be in it.”

“An emotion only lasts 90 seconds, the only reason it would last longer is if you continue to re-engage.”

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