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This podcast is designed to help people take back control of their mind and body in high-pressure situations. We primarily focus on athletic situations usually spend time talking with athletes and coaches about how to use these tools in an athletic setting. However, we firmly believe that these are tools and skills that you will be able to use for the rest of your life in any situation or setting that causes your mind or body to get off track. Whether that is losing focus to distractions, lo ...
 
Empowered in Color is dedicated to helping people of color thrive in both business and in life. The core of Empowered in Color is positive representation. As a society we are just now discovering the importance and power of positive representation, and we want to do the same when it comes to work. We want you to see other people working in different industries making a name for themselves and doing great things, and we want you to be reminded that it is possible for you too. Empowered in Col ...
 
It's not for therapists; it's for everybody! Not everyone needs therapy but everybody needs a little help every now and again. We podcast about people understanding their world and their relationships, one step at a time. https://restorationcounselingatl.com/podcasts/
 
Happy Queer Mind is a LGBT self-help podcast hosted by actor and poet, Jess Darnell. Each week, we'll break down common Queer issues with weekly positive affirmations, exercises, and original poetry to help change negative thought patterns, help break destructive cycles, and open up a space to support, affirm, and empower your spirit. Keep up with us at www.juicethepoet.com
 
International missions - refugee camps - international prisons - rural church planting in isolated communities. We are an international missions org that works to teach and train at the pastoral level. This station gives hints and glimpses into what we do. You can always learn more by staying up to date with us at www.thefelly.org
 
Weekly interviews to give families with critically ill and injured children, hope and inspiration by sharing stories from other families and their challenges, insights from doctors, and nurses, plus the views of other support staff that helps the children and their families during their journey.
 
It is hard to have a successful career as a minority in a corporate environment or in entrepreneurship! Listen Every other Wednesday, join G-Money, a two-time graduate of the school of hard knocks and a successful executive coach and entrepreneur and his Co-Host Booker T. a successful Corp. Executive and Entrepreneur, as they cover and give insight in how to overcome the challenges facing minorities in the corporate world and in entrepreneurship. We will also cover current social topics that ...
 
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Donna Sikyta, founder of The Sustainery, discusses a solution for diverting material waste from landfills and incinerators. The Sustainery is a B2B marketplace offering solutions that support a circular economy by connecting fashion designers with sustainable and unused materials. Environmentally conscious designers can rely on the Sustainery as a …
 
An introduction to season two of People Helping People, as we journey into sustainable innovation and a deep dive into sustainable product design. In this episode, we explore a broad overview of what this means, and some of the avenues that we’re going to explore in season two. Read the full transcript and show notes Visit People Helping People…
 
David White IV is the Mill Run Campus Pastor for UALC and founded the O2 Conference to give middle school and high school students a platform to share their ideas to create social impact in Columbus, along with the funding and support they need to realize their ideas. Their conference for 2022 is coming up, and for me personally, it's a source of i…
 
This week we sit down with Jeff and Debra Wilson who are on the Wilson Team with Keller Williams in Indianapolis. Purchasing a home is one of the largest purchases (both financially and emotionally) that a couple or individual will make in their lifetime. Jeff and Debra have decades of experience in the world of real estate, investing, renting, rel…
 
Karl Sona is the founder of the Kas Company, which connects black-owned businesses to corporate brands, and hosts the Dear BLK CEO podcast. He is a strong advocate of representation that provides a way for people to see themselves in various roles, particularly minorities. Through working together, companies can create a new atmosphere of funding, …
 
Welcome back to Part II of our conversation with Brett Golliff. If you missed Part I, be sure to go back and check that out first. This week's conversation shifts from designing Corvette interiors to designing custom shoes for NBA players. Brett talks with us about the value of hard work, taking risks, and the #1 tool he uses to achieve at a higher…
 
At first glance, the field of art & design seems worlds away from high-performance athletes. However, as Brett Golliff (Global Color & Trim Design Manager for Chevrolet) shares in this week's episode, there is plenty to learn from someone who has reached one of the highest levels in his or her field. From his passion as a 4-year-old for art to bein…
 
This week's episode is a continuation of the start of our conversation with Josh Bryant last week. Josh continues to discuss building relationships and other topics that tie both sports and running your own business together. Learn more or connect with us online at: mentaltrainingplan.comโดย Mental Training Plan
 
This week we dive into our first episode that examines the link between lessons learn in athletics that can be applied to the real world with Ben's good friend Josh Bryant. Josh was a very successful athlete growing up. After college, he became a teacher and coach at a very successful high school. He later left and became a successful salesman in t…
 
In this week's episode started with the question that was asked of us "who is the most clutch player of all time?" Rather than diving into that argument, we shifted the question to "what can we learn from some of the most clutch players of all time?" We also wanted to reference some great episodes related to this topic: Episode #76 - COURAGE Focus …
 
From time to time we are asked for recommendations on books to read or give as a gift. With the holiday season coming up, we thought this would be a good time to put together our Top Ten! Thinking, Fast and Slow - by Daniel Kahneman https://amzn.to/3EvhnRs Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds- by David Goggins https://amzn.to/3lDLcYA H…
 
Research is very clear that there are measurable and tangible benefits to having a grateful attitude. In the world of performance, gratitude can help you shift from a negative internal focus to an external positive focus...which might be just what you need to perform at a higher level. In this week's episode, we take a look at the power of gratitud…
 
Courage is not the absence of fear, but moving forward in the face of fear. Simply typing that into a Google search will bring back all kinds of quote results accredited to all kinds of famous people. Despite that quote being repeated generation after generation, it is still something that each of us must learn on our own. This week we talk about s…
 
We receive a lot of questions about what our training programs look like for mental performance. We work with teams and athletes from all over the country and today we take a look at how those programs are set up so that coaches looking to help their own athletes or teams can hopefully gain some insight into how they can start to build their own pr…
 
Katherine Ann Byam brings people to think about sustainability, the after-effects connected to small choices, and reimagining capitalism. Katherine is the founder and CEO of Dieple, a data-driven consultancy firm that helps companies with their triple bottom line to thrive with purposeful, sustainable work. The initiative values creating the capaci…
 
Many of us have either heard a coach tell us to "focus on the process" or maybe we have said it ourselves. In this week's episode, Ben takes a look at what specifically this includes and how we can do a better job of focusing on the things that will help us perform at a higher level as teams and individuals. Learn more or connect with us online at …
 
From national championship pitcher to coach, recruiter, and now Director Of Operations at Pro X Athlete Development, Mark Walther has had first-hand experience when it comes to handling intensity and adrenaline on the mound. In this week's episode, we sit down with Mark to talk about the highs and lows of his career as well as how he was able to fi…
 
Andy Sweet didn't walk into his high school locker room a five-star recruit or even the most talented player, but through hard work and incredible leadership over four years he was able to lead them to his high school's first football state championship. In this episode, we talk through what buying into a program looks like and how you can outwork …
 
Today's episode is short, but we're expanding! While this episode is basically an update episode, I've learned so many things about myself and changed as both a person and entrepreneur that I hope you can learn and take note from in your own business or your own team! If you're interested in DEI consulting services for your company or organization,…
 
When something bad happens, do you have a tendency to vent to other people? Do you feel the need to "get it off of your chest" when something happens to you? What if that was doing more harm than good? In this episode, Ben looks at a 2015 study that examined the effects of complaining and what you can do to most effectively move forward rather than…
 
In this episode, we take a look at research published by Virginia Tech that looks at the necessary steps or stages of change. These include: Stage One: Precontemplation Stage Two: Contemplation Stage Three: Preparation/Determination Stage Four: Action/Willpower Stage Five: Maintenance. As always, connect with us through social media or online at me…
 
Welcome back!! Today Ben and Zeke chat about Ben's book Focus Cycle: a guide to controlling your mind and body in Big Moments. Today's episode takes a look at the science behind controlling your mind and body during high-pressure situations. We all instinctively know that when an athlete begins thinking negatively, acting negatively, and speaking n…
 
Oh my queer! It's the last episode of season one! Whaaaat? Do you love to love? Do you feel love? Where are you looking for love? This week's poem, affirmation, and challenge will be on the website until 30 May 2021. A great big Happy Queer THANK YOU to everyone who has supported this podcast: you guys ROCK. Thank you for listening. LET ME KNOW wha…
 
Are you just flipping furious? Same, queen, same. Let's talk about RAGE! What do you do when you're super angry? Why is it so hard to be gay and angry? --- When we come out, it doesn’t always turn out to be a gay, rainbow-filled love-fest like we imagine. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are often plagued by self-loathing, intimacy issues, depress…
 
It's time to LET 👏🏼 IT 👏🏼 GO, HENNY. This week, we talk about forgiveness, apologies, and letting go. --- When we come out, it doesn’t always turn out to be a gay, rainbow-filled love-fest like we imagine. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are often plagued by self-loathing, intimacy issues, depression, and anxiety. We’re constantly told that we sh…
 
Is your squad making you feel crazy? Let's talk about setting boundaries for yourself to keep you on track to recovery and good mental health. --- When we come out, it doesn’t always turn out to be a gay, rainbow-filled love-fest like we imagine. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are often plagued by self-loathing, intimacy issues, depression, and …
 
Diamonds in the back, sunroof top 💎🏎 What are YOU thankful for? Start saying thank you, start taking stock, and tell the person that makes you happy that you love them very much! --- When we come out, it doesn’t always turn out to be a gay, rainbow-filled love-fest like we imagine. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community are often plagued by self-loathin…
 
We're constantly being told that we should go and love ourselves, but how can you find out how to love yourself? What is love? (Baby, don't hurt me.) This week, we talk about practicing self-love and whether or not wine and a bubble bath are actually worth the trouble. The poem, "Bubbles" is by Jess Darnell. --- When we come out, it doesn’t always …
 
Let's talk about affirmations. We do them ALL 👏🏼THE 👏🏼TIME 👏🏼on this podcast, so what are affirmations and how do we use them? Positive thinking and "toxic positivity" plague the territories of social media everywhere, from infographics and unassuming self-care animations, but it's easy to conflate delusion and simply ignoring your problems with po…
 
Happy Easter! We recorded this episode a while ago, but boy, oh, boy, does it seem timely, especially with all of the digital warfare over a certain Queer artist's music video going on...what's the big idea about Heaven and Hell anyway? Do you believe in God? Do you want to believe in God? Are you sick to death of Church talks and faking prayers at…
 
What do you bring to the table? In a group, who are you? Are you being your best self when you're with your friends? This week, we talk about group dynamics, social defaults, and who we are capable of being. The poem of the week is "Keep It Simple" by Jess Darnell. This episode's affirmations, poem, and self-care challenge will be available on the …
 
Welcome to Happy Queer Mind! This week, we're talking about overthinking, anxiety, and dealing with the pesky problems that keep us stuck and unhappy. Mental health matters, so we've gotta find ways to keep moving and stay positive. Love yourself more, be gentle, be kind. You are a badass and I love you! The poem of the week is "Keep It Simple" by …
 
You've heard of junk food, now get ready for...junk media? In our second episode, we talk about what we consume, what we look at, what we read, and what we put into our bodies - good and bad! 😏This week's poem, self-care challenge, and affirmations can be found on our website, juicethepoet.com, until next week's episode! ig: @juice.the.poet / twitt…
 
Happy Latinx Heritage Month! Today we're covering an extremely personal topic on the podcast: spirituality. We're talking to Yvette, The Bratty Brujita, about how she fell into becoming a spiritual practitioner & being paid for it, how it has helped her heal from previous traumas, and why we ALL need to be more in tune with spirituality. It was a r…
 
We are BACK and coming back strong! Today we have our first-ever venture capital-funded entrepreneur! Surbhi is a co-founder of Symbl AI and is an immigrant. Today she shares her story getting into tech, becoming a startup founder, and even a little bit about being an entrepreneur on a visa and what that process has been like. Mentioned on this wee…
 
Rachel Whitworth leads the House of Eden Studio, a marketing and consulting agency supporting non-profits and social impact businesses. She speaks about measuring, communicating, and showcasing impact cultivated through the good business of social entrepreneurship. Rachel is also a catalyst behind Hello Good World, a way for social enterprises to e…
 
Decompress with me. The magic of community and time with the tribe. Finding our gifts, planting and watering seeds… of… Self care and being in the state of flow. Power vs. ForceAll the things. Releasing resistance …. What is for me cannot miss me. Learning, loving and living. All the opportunities for growth in this life. Clarity and flow. Gratitud…
 
Dr. Lynda Ulrich of Ever Widening Circles share insight into this emerging gratitude economy and how we can transform our world with how we direct our attention. Dr. Lynda gives her observation on how we're scanning the world at all times now for who can help us survive and thrive. That search and leaning into goodness combined to spark the emergin…
 
Amanda Greenwood of Petals that Inspire reveals how combining passion and purpose sets the foundation for a thriving social enterprise. She discusses working with youth, building a business with passion and purpose, and staying connected to the community through her love of flower arrangement. Amanda shares how Petals that Inspire brings value to t…
 
Kiss Nuka speaks about artistry and activism, sharing her insight into creativity, empowering people, and connecting work to social impact. Kiss Nuka tells her personal story of finding her passion towards social impact concerns, along with her realization of the importance of having a community. People sometimes have some skill, talent, or perspec…
 
David Aspinall, CEO of Auticon US shares how companies can thrive hiring employees on the spectrum who excel in technology. Auticon is a technology company focused on creating jobs for people with autism by tapping into their natural skills and abilities. As the company developed, they found a great model for those on the spectrum to overcome barri…
 
Saif Ali shares the story of how Dastgry is transforming the Pakistan economy with technology and the amazing opportunity for entrepreneurs. Dastgyr is a tech platform that helps emerging and local businesses manage their inventory more effectively. Read the full transcript and show notes Visit People Helping People Visit Dastgyr…
 
I've spent the last few months at a career crossroads, torn between what my head says to logically do and what my heart wants me to do to be fulfilled. Today's episode will detail all of that and the break Empowered in Color will be going on until September. I'll talk about what I've been dealing with, what I've learned about myself in the process,…
 
Dr. Lynda of Ever Widening Circles Takes You Through the Four Shifts Needed to See an Entirely Different World on Media Platforms. She lays out principles of changing how you interact with the internet to get a different response from the algorithm, and plug into a greater worldview. She started the media platform, Ever Widening Circles and the Con…
 
Tony Rothacker is the co-founder at Youngster.co, which provides job opportunities to youth and empowers elders to use technology better. Tony Rothacker speaks about keeping open communication and discusses building mutual benefit into a social enterprise. Youth assist elders with learning new technology they may need to interact with the world, or…
 
We want to close out Pride Month talking about something that impacts how we approach everything we do at Empowered in Color: Intersectionality. If you've been following us for a while you're likely familiar with the term already, but we think it's always good to have a refresher and relate it back to Pride because even many people of color still a…
 
Unfortunately, we had to postpone our final episode until after our summer break. We will be back this fall with more information designed to help you perform at a higher level! Connect with us online or learn more at mentaltrainingplan.comโดย Mental Training Plan
 
Allison Chaney CEO of the Breakthrough Accelerator imagines the world and business being a place where we can go-exist mindfully. Breakthrough Accelerator is a business accelerator that helps create stronger efforts through intentional business development and accelerating results. She talked about the valuable impact that can occur for initiatives…
 
This week we sit down with the godfather of the air raid offense Hal Mumme and European Hall of Fame quarterback Stan Bedwell to talk about the impact that this style of offense has on the psyche of its players. Here is the link for https://airraidcertified.com that Hal references during the show. As always connect with us online at mentaltrainingp…
 
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