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Throwing together a girl’s night - but don’t have time to prep? In dire need of the best under eye concealer - we love our children, but we haven’t slept since they were born, am I right? Ready to redecorate your home - but rolling on a budget? Welcome to the Living with Landyn Podcast - a space to chat about ALL THE THINGS, and bring back the sage advice of the women who walked before us. Down to earth and lighted-hearted, come join the conversation as Landyn Hutchinson redefines the word ‘ ...
 
This is a podcast about life at 50 years and older. Hear some of my life adventures as well as my current views on several topics such as sports, politics, special needs as well as anything else that may come to mind. Hosted by Robert Hutchins. www.southtexasautism.org www.rahutchins.com twitter.com/coastalbendchat twitter.com/roberthutchins1 twitter.com/STXAutism facebook.com/THeRobertHutchinsShow facebook.com/CoastalBendChat www.instagram.com/robert_hutchins_show
 
Bonnie is an avid spiritual journeyer grounded in day-to-day practicalities. Before launching her award-winning consulting firm, she was a graphic artist, teacher, community facilitator and government consultant. She has degrees in Education, Family Studies, and Organization System Design. For more than 30 years she's helped organizations and individuals make successful transitions aligned with their mission. As a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she feels a personal stake in the w ...
 
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Josh is the National Director of Behavioral Health & Whole Person Care, Public Sector for SAS. We talk about the state of mental health in the work place, and how modeling well being is just as important as policies within organizations.โดย Bob Hutchins
 
The teenage years can be tough for ALL involved. The child, the parent – the moments of frustration when trying to communicate with them and champion them, but seeing no result can feel almost too much to take sometimes! Well, when Landyn stumbled upon a TikTok video that her friend Mary Jo sent her with the message ‘I think this is what our teenag…
 
There are so many moms with teenagers in this community - so Landyn wanted to create a resource to best help you with one of their largest obstacles areas - TEENAGE ACNE. Today, Landyn is bringing on the woman that she trusts not only with her own skin, but also her daughter’s - Dr Lorien Sites. Dr Sites is an amazing dermatologist in Nashville. Sh…
 
Feel like you’re not enough or that you’re behind in life? Girl, buckle up because this episode is here for you, your mindset, and your heart. In today’s episode, Landyn is bringing on author, writer and overall inspirational creative - Jamie Varon. Named Book of the Week by Maria Shriver’s The Sunday Paper and one of the most-anticipated books of …
 
This is the episode you’ve been waiting for. Landyn is spilling all the details on her breast + fat transfer surgery from the man who knows it best - the surgeon who made her feel and look amazing, Dr Unger. Dr. Jacob Unger is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the president and owner of Nashville Plastic Surgery Institute at Maxwell Aesthetics …
 
The graduation season is upon us, so today I am congratulating the members of the Class of 2022 who overcame the expected difficulties of high school and college and then surmounted the totally unexpected challenges of a worldwide pandemic. COVID-19 forced you to do many things differently. You attended some classes virtually from time to time. You…
 
There is no question that many families suffered financial setbacks as the coronavirus swept across the nation two years ago. Today I’d like to discuss my vision to stabilize housing and to assist Arkansans with opportunities to move up the economic ladder. Arkansas’s unemployment rate rose to more than 10 percent in the early months of the pandemi…
 
It’s pretty common to talk about liposuction, breast augmentations, and facelifts. But no one is talking about (shhh!) labiaplasty…until today!! On this season 3 launch day, Landyn isn’t holding back on any of the questions she KNOWS you’re wondering about - your lady parts, their functions, how to have better sex, and…what exactly IS it supposed t…
 
In this Season 3 kick off episode, Landyn and Anne Claire are catching you up on all the things since last season, and they are holding nothing back. Tune in to hear all about Landyn and Anne Claire’s plastic surgery at the top of the year that they had on the SAME DAY: Landyn’s boob job+fat transfer and Anne Claire’s chin implant+skin tight surger…
 
The freedom of speech is one of the bedrock principles upon which our country was founded. The purchase of Twitter by the world’s richest man this week has reignited the discussion surrounding free speech, and I’d like to share my thoughts on the importance of this freedom. Social media censorship has been a concern of many Americans for years. Whi…
 
In this episode, we are diving further into Chris’s 20 years of leadership coaching. In part one, we focused on leadership and the organization as a whole. But today we’re talking about the lessons Chris has learned related to teams and the individual. You don’t want to miss this! To get in touch with Chris and his team, visit http://www.Trebuchetg…
 
Erika Ferszt is the founder of Moodally, providing mood management solutions for the workplace; improving employee well-being & performance. After having suffered a stress-related vision loss burnout incident in 2015 that forced her to leave her role as Global Advertising, Media & Digital Director at Ray-Ban, Erika returned to school to study the e…
 
Thirty-seven years ago this week, I put on a bulletproof vest and entered a white-supremacist compound to try to convince the group they were outmanned and outgunned and should surrender. As I have reflected on that moment as well as the racial tension and civil unrest that have roiled our nation over the past two years, I have thought about the le…
 
This week, I declared Washington County a disaster area in the wake of an EF3 tornado that damaged more than 350 homes and businesses and demolished the gym at George Elementary in Springdale. The process that led to the declaration officially began at 5:34 a.m. on March 30th when the director of the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management noti…
 
There are moments in life when things just aren’t fair - you can either spend 20 years in leadership coaching or learn from someone who spent 20 years in leadership coaching. The beauty of books or podcasts is that we have the opportunity to learn from the lessons of someone else, like a cheat sheet. And that’s exactly what this episode is about. W…
 
Kate O'Neill is the CEO of KO Insights, also a Keynote speaker focused on the future of human experiences amid tech & other changes at scale. We talk about her new book, A Future So Bright, How Strategic Optimism and Meaningful Innovation Can Restore Our Humanity and Save The World.โดย Bob Hutchins
 
We are living in interesting times with lots of challenges and lots of opportunities. Part of leadership is figuring out how to overcome the challenges or move aside so they zip by you and seize the opportunities, despite the difficulties everyone is facing. In the first episode recorded in 2022, we are stepping back and examining how different lif…
 
Anthony Peterson and I talk about race and empathy. A professional educator and consultant, academic clients include Harvard university and Northwestern university. His corporate clients include Nike international, the American dental association, the country music association in Dallas children's theater. Tony's 2014 TEDx talk. What I am learning …
 
Ian Cron and I discuss his new book, The Story of You, An Enneagram Journey to becoming Your True Self. We discuss our own personal journeys of life and how the stories we tell ourselves become the people we are. But its never too late to re-write those stories.โดย Bob Hutchins
 
Would you follow you? It can be a challenging question. And the intention is not for this to be an indictment. But more of an opportunity for reflection on what you’ve seen other leaders do that you’d like to emulate. And how are you showing up for others, whether you lead them formally or informally. All this and more in this episode of The Ripple…
 
What have we learned as leaders in this past year? Hopefully, there are some real positive things that we have done well. Maybe there's things that you have tried and didn't work so well, and learned a different way to do it. And there might be things we did that at the end of the day just aren’t helpful. Between what we’ve learned about ourselves …
 
Would you follow you? Everybody needs to face that necessary discomfort of being willing to look in the mirror, especially leaders. It’s a particularly grounding question because if you think about yourself as an effective leader, it's highly likely you’re not seeing the things that you do that are ineffective. It literally gets into your shadow. S…
 
Work’s changing, ​​and with that change is what has been called “the Great Resignation.” In the previous episode, we talked about how a lot of people are re-examining what matters and sort of finding their jobs coming up short. What people want in a job is changing. So then what are we, as leaders, to do about this? What can we do to help support t…
 
Work’s changing, ​​and with that change is what has been called “the Great Resignation.” This collective workplace shift has been a great opportunity in thinking about what we are really doing in our work. Our values and what we want out of our jobs are changing. But what else has led to such a massive shift and how should leaders respond? All this…
 
The last two years have been somewhat of a perfect storm for change, everything from the social unrest and kind of reset that’s been happening. And in terms of work, there are trends that were already burgeoning that the pandemic has significantly accelerated. But how do we fit into that? And what's the role of the leader in dealing with that chang…
 
A purpose-less leader is like a rudderless ship, just floating in no particular direction or maybe not even moving at all. When we think of purpose-driven leaders, it is someone who is proactive in their life, who has a North Star, a guiding star they are always checking their course against. Purpose-driven leaders are motivated and focused. So how…
 
When building for the future, making sure that you're investing in people is the best way to have them feel like this is a place where they can have a future with you. Trying to figure out how you're building leaders in the organization that not only makes the organization stronger, makes people feel and able to influence more, but it also can take…
 
This week Seth and Chris are joined by Philipp Steger, who is working as a strategy advisor and executive coach. The problem that he keeps running into is that competitive and antagonistic mindsets are all too common. What organizations need is a collaborative mindset and response-able leaders. But what does that really mean and what does that look…
 
What is the power of pause? It forces us to stop, take time to reflect, and be present with those around you. Or maybe you need to just take a step back and make sure you’re seeing things for what they really are rather than sort of stumbling forward to what's next. But what does it look like to pause? And how beneficial is it really for a leader? …
 
What does it look like to empower your team, rather than jumping to the rescue. It’s natural as a leader to want to fix things, but being the “fixer” isn’t always the most productive. How can we help people and coach them to find solutions on their own? All this and more in this episode of The Ripple Leader Podcast. To get in touch with Chris and h…
 
We are meant to struggle, but we don’t have to struggle alone. Healthy struggle on a team deepens commitment and can make a difference in the energy people bring to working together. But how can leaders enable healthy struggle and what does healthy struggle even look like? All this and more in this episode of The Ripple Leader Podcast. To get in to…
 
In times of stress, is our only job to survive? Don’t waste a good crisis. There’s no better time to take a look at what needs to change and change it than when you’re forced to. What do you want to encourage or discourage? All this and more in this episode of The Ripple Leader Podcast. To get in touch with Chris and his team, visit http://www.Treb…
 
“It’s Not My Job.” There are so many scenarios that can end with that phrase. It’s not always a bad thing, but it’s not always a good thing - it’s a conversation. It’s a phrase that can teach us things, about ourselves or about the team/company. But how can we use this phrase to respond and move in the right direction? All this and more in this epi…
 
Earl Hamilton is the COO of The National Center for Faith Based Initiatives. He has worked in the non profit sector, the finance sector, and in corporate operations. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. We discuss what it was like to go to a predominately white school growing up, and how he practices seeing things through the eyes of others who ma…
 
Vulnerability is a sensitive issue in the realm of Leadership. It’s not always fun to talk about, but it’s a necessary conversation. Feeling vulnerable can be caused by major personal life events or minor workplace inconveniences, is it possible to separate the two? So how can leaders lead in vulnerability and be what the team needs? All this and m…
 
Uncertainty doesn’t just mean pandemics or catastrophes, although that feels very relevant for today. It can also mean everyday uncertainty, like making calculated guesses without having all the answers. How can we as leaders lead confidently through the fog of uncertainty? All this and more in this episode of The Ripple Leader Podcast. To get in t…
 
What are some things you’ve learned because of the pandemic and how are you applying those things to your life now? This is an important topic because nobody wants to go through a pandemic, challenges, or the hard times in our life, but it is even worse to go through something hard and not learn anything on the other side. All this and more in this…
 
What is the responsibility of a leader in light of the global pandemic? How can you best lead your team while working remotely? How can you best lead your team during the transition back to the office? Is it your responsibility as a leader to take care of those you work with? There are some key things that make a good leader, particularly during th…
 
Is it wrong not knowing how to handle a compliment? Wade seems to struggle with just that. North Korea has it’s installed a “ hotline” with the South and your guests on The Wade Hutchinson Show are Corrie & Eduan from the Podcast Ons Vir Jou... Wat Nou podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wade-hutchinson6/message…
 
How has working remotely affected your business? There’s no question that working remotely for the last year and a half has brought massive changes and even some struggles. But now as people are returning to the office, how can we lead our teams as they transition back into the workplace and what does the “new normal” look like? All this and more i…
 
Jeff Goins and I talk about the intersection of Creativity, Business, Philosophy, and Spirituality- and why it matters most. Jeff Goins is a bestselling author, podcaster, blogger, marketer, speaker, and a few other things. He is the author of five best-selling books including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve.…
 
Should we be dating someone based on their appearance or IQ? A friend of Wade's is having this dilemma. South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has asked people not to compare their heritage to crime, and our guest on the show is Gustavo Ribeiro founder of the publication - The Brazilian Report. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wade-h…
 
After being traumatised by a house viewing he had earlier the show hits the 100 episode millstone! The Chinese government only realised after 90 days that it there space mission was in vain, Prince Andrew is playing hide & seek in his mother palace and Wade is join in studio by Edd Co-founder of Mind.Industries - an art company that aims to bring a…
 
After a 2 week absence Wade's back filling us in on world affairs. Relationship advice still isn't a strong point for Wade, Austrian police think a man is linked to Josef Fritzl and Phil a 2second year student joins Wade in studio to talk about life growing up in Bavaria, going to university and who's going to win the German elections this month. -…
 
Daniel is a childhood friend that was brought up in the same religious setting as I. We discuss how we have grown, changed, and how he still holds on to his faith but also allows himself to learn and change in the midst of it. Daniel is one of those rare people that can hold certainty loosely.โดย Bob Hutchins
 
On this episode of The Ripple Leader Podcast we talk about resilience in leadership vs. change management. When you are a leader in an organization or are a part of a team, how can you best facilitate the necessary change and transformation? This conversation is our first we have recorded live on Fireside where the podcast is now a conversation. We…
 
"We have collectively gone through a “miscarriage” of hope the past year and half. And we are all grieving in different ways." Dr. Jerome D. Lubbe is referred to as the "Patient Doctor" because it was his own quest for neurological wellbeing that led him to specialize in complex, unresolved neurological cases. His practice explores how functional n…
 
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