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"her" Discussed on Finding Her

Finding Her

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"her" Discussed on Finding Her

"And we do that. The negative thoughts begin to creep in right so all of a sudden our mind you know. We have thoughts a gazillion times. A day some of them come some of them go some stay and it seems like those negative ones like to into our minds and those thoughts continue on replay subconsciously and the override ideas thoughts actions and plans because over and over and again. It's going on and on in your brain right. Your mind is fighting against it over and over and over again you begin to believe it. Not where a limiting belief is born so negative thoughts can change the way we see ourselves the say the way that we think about ourselves that we we see ourselves our body image or self esteem confidence so opening our world to the continuation or beginning of self sabotage rate. So we've got that negative thought that comes in we let it go around and around in our mind then we start to believe it right. We start getting tired of saying no. That's not true or ignoring it. It keeps going on in our mind then it then we believe it and it turns into a limiting belief and those limiting beliefs. 'cause barriers right. That's a barrier forgetting what we want getting what we need or making goals in pursuing them right so we have to move through that to get out of our own way so to grow means to change to change is developing understanding awareness within yourself developing a better relationship with yourself. I should say so to do that. My betting yourself and growing and changing you need skills to combat these thoughts and these cycles of limiting beliefs and self sabotage you need to change that it negative thinking chains that negative thinking into a positive mindset. Instead of saying. I can't do or i'm not sure if i can do it i can. I will try right so this leads me into how to get out of your own way or even my own way. This is for me to. We need to eliminate negative thinking to promote a healthier positive growth mindset. Remember you can work out your brains. Do become stronger with us. The muscle you try and try and try and try and try and try you can do it. I promise so number one. You need to identify your barrier so when something happens and you start to have those feelings of uncertainty negative thoughts coming in your mind. I can't do this overwhelming stress. The alarm is going off in her mind. He need to take in consideration of what happened. Also think about. Why do you feel this way..

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Category jams fried fish. What does this have to do with the montgomery bus boycott and who is. Mrs georgia gilmore. An october nineteen fifty. Five georgia gilmore pay her bus fare. The bus drivers shouted at her. Get off the bus taught at aleve through the back door. Of course she was upset but she did. She was told but she vowed to never ride another boss. Two months later another montgomery bus rider. Refuse to give up her seat to a white man. She was arrested. I'm talking about rosa parks. But that to georgia gilmore. She was pissed man after her ordeal as she joined a community meeting at pope. Street baptist church on december. Fifth nineteen fifty. Five for the spotlight was on injustice shown towards african americans. There were five thousand people at that meeting including dr martin luther king at that meeting. It was decided that the buses would be boycotted until the rights of black folks were recognized as equal citizens. Now this was a bold. A radical a Commitment that affected the men and the women who were cooks and maids in need of riding the bus to get to work. But let me tell you. The resistance lasted for three hundred and eighty one days was made public. biweekly strategy. Meetings protests and three hundred car carpool system that created many pickups thousands of pickup and drop off locations. How was the resistance. Funded georgia your more organized. Women and they became the club from nowhere. They cooked fried chicken sandwiches. They fried fish pork chops prepared. Greens lamma beans and baked goods such as pies and cakes and the club from nowhere so dinners from their home at protest meetings and look establishments. Georgia more was one of eighty people to testify and defensive. Dr king in nineteen fifty six when a montgomery grand jury indicted him. Georgia was fired from her standing job at national nope lunch company but dr king reminded her that she had worked for somebody many many years and now it's time for her to work for herself so she went out she started me catering business and home based restaurant. Black folks white folks. They were together there at your kitchen and according to food historian. John t edge lyndon baines johnson and robert f kennedy kennedy both eight act the gilmore kitchen. Mrs gilmore died on friday march. The ninth nineteen ninety. Which was the twenty fifth anniversary of the march from selma to montgomery. Mrs gilmore did not stop being an activist in montgomery boycott. She was activist almost until the day that she died. I did a lot of research. Because i found mrs gilmore to be quite fascinating in the show notes. You will find many places where you can go and find mation. But i do want to bring to your attention. An article that was published in the new york. Times written by clancy. Miller july third jill. I'm sarah july thirty first twenty nineteen. It's pretty in depth. Look at the life of georgia. More the articles part of the overlooked. No more serious that the new york times put together a series of obituaries about remarkable people who steph.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

04:54 min | 8 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

07:37 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Exciting time for may But we've and when you look at our list of services that we have where we started with just basic business customer service of medical type courses that we taught we branched out We do personnel development. We do business strategies. We do human resources we do. Virtual human resources for people We even do health and wellness. And i'm yoga instructor and tai chi instructor. So we do that too So we just try to meet people where they are and provide the services that they need that that will really help them be successful whether it be a personal journey that they're on our business journey so we're just really concerned with the same people succeed. I tell you what. I paid a visit to your our website. The business website. I was just blown away and some person but someone may say well isn't that all the courses are how are they connected made his shiny object type of thing but no you hit the nail on the head. This you taichi. Yoga stress reduction self-development. All of that speaks to us really blossoming and maintaining and growing as entrepreneurs. I am totally excited. The h. r. people so now this for small part a small business that wants to have an employee handbook. Maybe they've taken on two or three people they don't need an hr department but they can come to you and find out how to get that book together all the laws of h. r. Oh my goodness so gosh. Would you offer our personal growth personal out. Professional education business age. Our business compliance. What had like an explain a little bit more about the one on one who really needs to come and work with you all one on one. Well it's been a really really interesting Transition and evolution. I guess in the business because several of my current clients are my former employers so They would come to me and tell me okay. We know that you're really good at compliance of since you left we haven't really kept up with you started when you were here. So could you come back in and you to manage this four. So i don't need to be in atlanta georgia. Anymore washington dc. I could be right here. In mississippi i still know the rules and the laws of the i still can look those things i think. Keep keep those businesses on track. As far as their compliance is concerned Had another Employer who reached out to me because they were Kind of stalled in their annual compliance. So no worries from me. We just developed a virtual training for them and now we just keep it up every year. We update everything and we. You know we do their annual training. Just ride online. And then i've oh. Wow it's a have gosh former. Will people churches that have worked with women's groups that i kind kinda worked with on a regular basis. I had a sweet little yoga class in a little small town in georgia. And when i moved to the coast they. We really miss each other. So i started doing online yoga for them. But it never occurred to me to make it You know to do it on a larger scale. I was just doing it for my friends in that little small women's group at the church. So that's i mean that's just how we evolved and you're right. I often people say it does look like i'm kind of all over the place but it's really neat because it's actually been a revolution into those things and then i have insurance companies that come to me and they need a specific type of training And because i've had a background in in in medical processes and procedures it super easy just to kind of make a few tweaks in our program and give insurance company something that they get used for training to whether it be a workplace conflict or team team building and development. That's one of my very favorite things. Because i love a personality assessments and a team building and helping Managers understand where their people fit in their in their plant in having the right person in the right seat in an organization is extremely important for success. Oh and a lot of times people just have have the right people but they have them in the wrong place. So finding out what people's strengths are what their aptitudes and abilities with their passions are what they actually like to do. You know That makes difference and sometimes an organization can take what they're doing made just a few adjustments and it makes a major impact the outcome just by the people that they have in the processes that they're doing their workflow process. You are a you remind me you remind all of us to take a look at what we know what we already know where we've been and what we can tweak and present and turn it into a business on my goodness you know the amount of hope that you are able to deliver and it in people's lives just because you're not just telling people how to do these things you have your done it and you're doing it and you're showing them how to do it. This is what businesses about about. She let tell me what you think. I believe that because of how things have changed this year in particular. Were never gonna go back. Some people never gonna go back to the office. And so we don't know about the work place culture in that type of thing how that's going to evolve who was going to take along with it so now if we all look at what. Our strengths are what our passions are. What even what we need to study. That's a business. It is a marker you know this is the age of the expert and if you're if any life lesson that you've had in the education that you have anything that people come to you and they ask your opinion or for help repeatedly of people are coming to you and asking you the same question over and over. Well guess what. You're an expert in that area. You know if people are coming to you for your opinion and help you can turn that into business online. Virtually and you can do things not just in your community or with your friends. But i mean you could do that globally because people now are looking for or people that do have those experiences that have been through that and you and i spoke months ago a as of one of the books and we were talking about finding your voice and the importance of getting your story out there. And how What you do and who. You are the experiences. Jim had can Services survival guide for other people. So you know it's imperative You know not only in business but also in life. I mean we each other. We are our own self help books you know just just turning to the people that we know and that we have in our network You know this is the time and i to me. I think it's incredibly exciting Because it opens up so many doors and so much possibility It's it's a little bit of self discipline to do those things and it takes a little bit of for folks. That aren't very tech. Savvy takes a little bit of tech help secure easy to find and when you have a network that you're you know that you that supports and encourages you and lifts you up and you have people in your network that are connectors out man. We've got a made and is this is the.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"That's what i have Upcoming and you know what i've done in the past. So i'm almost speechless. I really am. Because i took a couple of quotes out of your writing there and you you offer comfort in despair and i don't mean to come but the sound like it's all all twenty twentieth dark and gloomy because it's certainly is not has not been but it's i love the way that you are comfort in despair and when we opened our eyes despair is really all around us as a therapist and now you are working with the drug addicts of our says in our society that population. How is it that you are able to serve the way you do marginalized all actually all of humanity and survive and still be the way that you are a founding that is never failing all these years. What is the secret. I think no but i need for you to tell people that don't know okay. It's it's got it is. It is god in my life and i would not even begin to say that i do this on my own All of us have on an assignment. And i believe that that's where my assignment is. Many people don't want to work with the people that i work with. And i wanna point out that you know. I've been in my career long enough that i'm in administration but you know i still gotta get down there. I still gotta get you know. Get my hands. I don't even wanna say dirty. But i have to. I have to reach where the needs of the people are one of the other things that i do That i do believe is that mental health is very real and particularly with the the covid situation. Mental health is real so one of the things that i so strongly believe. Is that all minds matter. So i provide mental health services to the ones that can't pay. I provide mental health services to should those who have been marginalized. I you know yes. I do have wealthy clients that come to see me. But that's not the bulk of my of my business. The bulk of my business are the ones that can't pay..

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Out of my trauma. I knew i needed to do something. And it was to thrive. And so i found a way. To thrive listen acas virtual management. That was the cadillac. Gives us a business. Owner and i transitioned pivoted and move back and forth. It really opened my eyes to where i was at in life and even as a leader. I've i've thought i had it all. I thought i was good. I thought you know. I'm doing this thing but When i went to therapy i started to really learn in. Have a deeper look in myself. I was like oh you're doing things but there's greater things left for you to do and you can still lea- even outside of the military. So this is absolutely fabulous. This is why. I want everybody to know. I think it's the december issue of own lead magazine. This story will be told in that women's leadership magazine. I excuse me. I've never heard such a remarkable story of of schroth and triumph and thriving. So i wanna thank you for coming of how people get in contact with your first acas virtual management however they reach you and then i definitely want people to have access to the unmask warrior community. Okay so this is the best way to reach me. And this is what i would tell anybody. So you're gonna go to ally in k. T. r. e. dot.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

04:17 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"So i completely missed the curfew. the officer was a major and we stopped it. I dunno bars along the way. See these are stories that they wouldn't tell you that they wouldn't share so by the time we do get back to campus. Four o'clock in the morning on a saturday and My senior nco. At the time we didn't have a good relationship. I interest him. He didn't like me didn't really matter At least in my mind but he tells me you're going to get demoted. I had only. I only made one start like i would only had only been promoted once in the tie in and so it was devastating to me and the major came out in. He wrote an affidavit and he said this is what i told her and so i had given her order not to leave and they were. We don't care you're not in her command is you're not in her chain of command so these are the the political games that they play to benefit them. So how does all of this unfold do you ever get the you never tell anyone the person that you swore secrecy. She held to her code of silence. How all of this unfold or was it was any of it. Ever resolved actually was ever resolved because this is the part that we don't talk about and as leader you you encourage trust and respecting loyalty from your from your people from the people that work for you from your peers from your own leadership. I didn't have that. And so after i go through all of that. I actually switch branches of service. And i find myself having lots of trouble trusting my leadership on having respect having respect for the person's position but not necessarily the person I spent a lot of time Testing my leadership in different ways to see how loyal they were to me the more loyal they were to me the more loyal i was to them. But through all of this you know being a leader people follow you so when you're a good.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Glory awash to another great. Modern has history lou williams the thing. I also low about solar so speaking of the williams great pianists. Is that both pianists on that record. Are women awhile. Patrice rushing jerry allen board so science some were you'll hit me on my offender roads or electronic. He's but as women that's another thing about sobe soul that i think sets that record apart. Yes no back supper together with others. Stellar artists like being mild in my god introducing a young drummer. I think it was maybe his second record in his career. And you know Randy brecker other veteran just so many great artists on that on that record. That's takes it. Takes the life that it takes and you hear it. You can't just listen one time. Every time you listen is from one cut to the next. It has to be that way. Because it's just that great. And i listened to your comment and i hear you speak of how you invested. You invested deeply into your craft in. It's obvious that you still do and here you are today. Hang homage to the modern ancestors. You speak of the lake. Ella fitzgerald and billie holiday as i read your press release you you know you speak of ray charles and sarah bon john coltrane and you when we listen to your work and your contribution to this healing property that all of this great music brings your name is right there with them so i say kudos for you understanding and paying how much to those great folks because as time goes on we continue to give aage to you carmen lundy and i mean that was all of my heart. I need that you are a marvel. You really are what you know that you think of i. So the modern disasters we talk about finding our roots. And you know we are going all the way back and stuff you know. They'll wait a second. what about the ones. That was just left us in the summer for the nation that define actually define the how the world and america's sell music and but at the same time these being guided by that information and by that example and being given permission through that to be yourself. It's ultimately fine your statement. Not just your voice but the rain or we can use voice in abroad or turn not just the literal but to actually speak and.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"I'm a child of the sixties really seventies. But there was another powell stuff already ended. The amateur thing had the apollo. You couldn't do that in the seventies there wasn't happening in the seventies in new york. That was over. you know. Put your you know to the pavement. A go out there and find the game. Yes so that was the way i developed so i think that musical trading was so helpful because i was able to first off it Learn a lot of music on my own on my own independent of the bandstand but then again on the band's name of some of the world's greatest artists in newark so i had this wonderful balance. Duality going on and the whole thing of the writer. The composer Was never really what i thought would happen. I just want. I was ella fitzgerald granddaughters. Sir the doctor you know as my jazz grandmother you know and but there there was a reason for it and i didn't really know the reason for it but i knew that is some point because so many of those ours was still alive then. I was a youngster. You here. Betty carter performed plate with her for years. So i see her a lot to hear carnage cray going..

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Gloves kid gloves boxing They are still around so that that's the name of the gym and they catered to you to for the most part i'd say ninety nine percent of them come from broken homes. You know some of these kids were in gangs They just needed a lot. More attention For the trauma they were going through and this boxing gym was the place for them to be the place that loved them unconditionally. But there were there. Were rules in place you know. The kids had to do their homework. There was no swearing allowed They did those things and they. You know doubted their is and cross their ts. They allowed to train. They're for free alongside champions and they were given this. Unconditional love in the Sober environment where they felt safe. So yes if If i hadn't understood what it had done for these kids and after going on that assignment i ended up doing more stories on this. Jim called kid gloves boxing. And it's sincere valley california. Because i was intrigued. By how something that. I viewed as so violence could bring out the best in these children and what i realized later after getting into the game and competing myself. That boxing was not about getting hurt. Or hurting another person. It was about honing your inner strength and finding out Just all the impairment that one has on the inside. That's really what it's about. And i know that's a blanket answer for a very deep question of boxing became my salvation but i did not expect boxing to change me not only physically but spiritually and emotionally and it made me a stronger person and it helped me understand that for me. The fight started with started from within. But if i faced. If i faced head on that the battle is sublime and this opportunity for you to face your inner demons because you had some major battles going on with yourself from things that happened in your childhood. You were all of this. I call it. Reinvention happened at age. Twenty eight is that correct absolutely. Yes i did not start competing. I was twenty eight years old. So i mean for an athlete. That's considered old and Back then you know. So all my every single competitor. I stepped into the ring with was younger than i. Some of these girls were a decade younger than i was. So yes it was absolutely appoint of reinvention but it also forced me to look at all these What are considered at the time shadow parts of myself. These dark pieces of myself that frankly. I didn't tell anybody about come. Most people who knew me had no idea. I had gone through these things. And because if kid gloves and because of the vulnerability that i was shown by these children and even their parents and caregivers. I thought that's that's the beautiful point of it it's that vulnerability that we all share as human beings. That's the one common denominator. And i thought i need to share my vulnerability Because i believe that would it might help somebody else. But the sport is what brought that all out really made me look at what's going on on the inside of me. I did not expect that sport to do that to me but it did. I'm so grateful for it because it did. Change from the inside out to this day Retarded two thousand so to the stay lessons. I learned in boxing in that ring. Which i consider the ring of life. Everything i learned. Boxing is a metaphor for how to how to address life. Beautifully put beautifully put. And what one win one reach your book. I mean.

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"In taking the leap. What a good way to end. Up and so timely. What a timely conversation yvonne davita. Tom collins both of gosh once again avenue these books. Thank you for listening. Excuse me. I'm choked up ten. Thank you so much for listening first of all and secondly thank you for taking action. My listeners i you know i want to bring you the best always. These are the best when it's time for you to Book as yvonne said. Everybody has the capability to do some. We're going to close out. This addition of her business. Her voice her conversation. I'll be back next week with a brand new episode. In the meantime stay safe and everybody take care. Bye bye now. Podcast academy online dot com built for the busy entrepreneur. Podcast becomes a marketing brand new tool podcast academy online. Where you learn to imagine develop launch podcasts. At your own pace podcast. Kademi online dot com. I wanted to thank you for listening to her business. Her voice here conversation. Couple of things that i want you to do right now. Go to my website. Pick up a copy of her business. Her voice her reinvention. How i went from game show happen to international show hopes author and speaker in one year number two please freely to each and every episode. Share them out with your family friends and you live and the number three getting contact with me. One of the experts have been on the show. Because i wanted to make sure that you re embiid yourself. I'll be back next week. Was a brand new episode here on business votes her conversation..

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

06:28 min | 10 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"The bad here once again. Another episode her business. Her voice her conversation. Well you know. It is not normal that i always time stamp a episode but i feel we are in october november and i want to time style this episode because it is time for you to seriously think about writing your book and then move past thinking about actually write your book. I always leave back on what stays in my heart. The fact we have people who sat in their seats sat on their couch said at their jessop. This time last year they plan to write a book. They plan to re invent themselves they had they made Vision boards. they went through the whole gamut and came this time this year. Some of those people are no longer with us so it's not like we could actually say we have time on our side. We never know what's going to happen. And please do not take your stories. Your ideas your big as iovine. Your big ideas. Please do not take them to your grave. The world is swirling talking about the world match. Us your zip code. We need to hear from you. So i am bringing onto people that i have just fallen in love with. Because they're good people and they are professional people and they know their stuff. I would never bring people before you. Who are now top notch and talking about tom. Egg yolk von vida. The time and divan show. That's what we're gonna call it okay. They are entrepreneurs they are publishers. They are authors m. When i tell you they work on major projects they do read them and we. This book is built on scientific principles. Six science back ways reaching ways. That reading puts you on the road to achieving more living longer by tom collins. Tom is with us today. You're the beta. This is a joint venture of their power. How to write a book. Okay so today. The argue mystifying and taking away all of the reasons why. You can't write a book so tom collins and your von davita. Thank you for being here today. I'm so happy kills. Thank you for inviting us. Oh it wouldn't have it any other way. I want people to understand. How would this dynamic dual get together. How did you find yourself in this big sea of people in this big old world of ours. You're i tell the story you better than i do. Well so we were at a business. Networking event and the format. That morning was for people to ask questions about Business issues tech issues that they might be having a problem with and There were probably thirty or forty people in the room long table. I was down at one end. She was down at the other end. Unbeknownst to me and She asked a question and as it happened. I thought i might have a useful answer. So i stood up and she turned to look at me and it was game over right from the moment. I saw her is I i knew. I needed to meet this woman. We had never met face to face about a week later. We had lunch together. A the excuse was to talk about collaborating on some business projects. Perhaps and it went from there. We've we've been twenty years twenty years ago. Yeah house hand. Clap on that one. That and in business writing still entrepreneurs still writing following your dreams. This is my goodness okay. I'm going to be quite. Because i feel the question i wanted but i just want everybody to know that you guys work together. Lift together zeke together and and the way you produce together you note together. You haul have built businesses and multiple businesses. You have raised a family. You have have Graciously said that should come here today. And the way that you approach everything is so so beautiful. Cohill margot We got together. And from that i launch that we had Built out from that was the fact that we both had a passion for achievement and looking at the bigger picture of. How can we help people. How can we help. Other people be successful In in the other kind of humorous part of the story was he was working in business. we like to call tom. The recovery lawyer me hose. He's a four lawyer litigator and at the time that him was looking really tried to help other lawyers get on with technology. I was helping people right counting on web too. Many small businesses were just had this woefully poor continents and so we got together and i decided to write a book so the book i decided to write a copy of his new tile. I must have one You can't lay hands on it. i'll go grab one. I i do. I just tried to hide it. Provocative squawk number but hid them all. There it is canton state tended started off..

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"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"her" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation

"Next because god willing you still alive. There is a next. That's right and we may as well get with pamelas. Emperor air force do not let it creep up on you. She sank year. It's always hard to close out really really good episodes and this indeed is one a week. Belabored some points because i really want you to feel the power. The patch want you to feel the need to move forward to take take hamlet of on her generous offer. Thirty minute conversation when you when you when you invest thirty minutes with a professional such as herself she can pinpoint right away. What's going on. So do you dare to do that. Are you going to continue to be a tire. Kicker vin to remember you. don't wanna take this stuff to the graveyard got. That's it for today. Another episode her business voice. our conversation. I'll be back next week. We'll be brand new iraq. Take care what she has. Wear your masks. And i'll see you soon. Bye bye now. I want to thank you for listening to business. Her voice here conversation a couple of things that i want you to do right now. Go to my website. Pick up a copy of hurt business. Her voice for reinvention. How from game show happen to international show hopes author and speaker in one year number. Two please free listen to each. And every episode. Share them out with your family friends the men and you alive and the number three getting contact with me. One of the experts that have been on the show. Because i wanted to make sure that you re imbed yourself. I'll be back next. Week was a brand new episode here on her business. Hey votes her conversation..

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"her" Discussed on Finding Her

Finding Her

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"her" Discussed on Finding Her

"I want you to recognize if you are shining in your life right now. Just like a diamond. This moves me to share that in nineteen fifty-three a film called gentleman prefers blondes starring the gorgeous. Beautiful voluptuous Marilyn Monroe was Back East where she's saying Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend. Let's think about that. How could you not know that song? Right? How could you not know Marilyn Monroe and how could you not like diamonds? Diamonds are beautiful. They are strong as fuck. They are graded through Clarity cut size and color regardless of their side and they continue to rule the precious gems Market they often become dirty and dull until they are cleaned and serviced. I want you to think about this right now. What if you were your own best friend instead of that diamond you are the diamond in your story your journey your strength and hope can guide you to shine bright again. So again, let's think about this before I tell you more of my story. What if you were your own best friend instead of that diamond? Hm. My diamond lost its shine in 2008. I hit rock bottom going to hundred miles per hour. Maybe even faster. Yeah, let's just say hit a wall while driving on the Autobahn called life that year and quite honestly my diamond, my best friend was lost dirty and dull my diamond and I were suffering in silence. Spending ten days in the hospital with many other dull diamonds was my rock bottom. The best part of my story is my dull overthinking self-sabotaging high-achieving diamond and I survived it was a struggle. It was a huge struggle being in a locked facility for mental health support was an experience. I will never forget in the beginning. I stayed in bed refused to eat and spend any time outside of my room. It was just me and my damn dull diamond. Why because I was scared worried and unsure what all the other dull diamonds were doing until one day. I was Brave I was so brave. That I began to work towards recovery with my team which consisted of a psychiatrist and countless nurses. I like to call them the service professionals a real mental health same company like that. I do I deep down wanted to shine but I didn't know how it all begins with that first step that first step down as I began at the dinner table by joining all my new diamond friends for a family-style.

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"her" Discussed on Finding Her

Finding Her

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"her" Discussed on Finding Her

"Right right. It's drops off. And you know, so like it's so amazing to me how people I mean you don't have to hire a coach. You don't have to go to therapy right away. Like there's so many resources out there that are free especially on in the online world like YouTube and podcasting and you know, there's so many great shows out there that are just giving value and opportunities of people coming out and saying hey I I used to be this way and then I educated myself cuz it's all about education and awareness. So and then this is where I am. So it gives people a lot of hope that is correct because they're not giving it from the TV box for sure. Well, I guess you could say that again, you know, I have a lead program that's really a gear it towards children, but I've you utilize it myself and it's lead and that's how to be a good leaders and the acronym for leaders birth. Listen education ambition and determination and so you have to have all four of those things in order to be a good leader in order to be a great leader in order to be a powerful and you have to apply those things. You know, it's funny cuz I have a one of my guys have some amazing grandchildren but one in particular every time I say something like he hangs on it and then he'll flip phone flip it on me. And so I asked him I said DeAndre knowledge is power and he said no new applied knowledge is power, which is correct because you had a black. Yes, and he's nine wait or is he can I want to get it right? Cuz I don't want you know him, but he said no no because that's what I told him and that's what I've instilled in him. So he was like no no. No, I applied knowledge is power and that's correct. So one thing that I want to take away from people that bring me on and have me, you know, speak at their different events wage. I don't want to just inspire people. I'm just not inspirational. I want you to go from inspiration to implementation. Like I want you to take my words my work my journey my my trials and tribulations all my stumbling blocks and I want you to move forward and overcome those obstacles and turn them into Stepping Stones implement it into your life because just me, you know babbling for like 30 to 45 minutes and then you listen to it and you may get a little spark. No, no. No, I want you to detonate and I want I want you to really just set yourself on fire become a New York a more defined more better you and then make the changes so that you can be a satisfied and fulfilled you right and that's where you know the way that you treat other people the way that you see yourself like happy. That's how you can have a satisfying fulfilled life. Like there's so many things that we can change in in Implement into our life. If we were willing to listen and then work, oh my gosh, you have no idea the dismantling I've had to do for myself. It is not an easy journey and it's still off. I just said this to my daughter today. It's not like I wake up on Sundays and decide I'm going to be inspirational. I'm going to be positive. I'm going to be this and then it carries me through the week. Nope wage is like minute by minute hour by hour second-by-second. Like I'm faced with a lot of different obstacles mostly from my own mind. You know, let's just you know. Usually that's where it all starts from. So having just the determination to decide every single second and minute know I'm going to be better. I'm not going to do this. I'm going to do that. It makes just a world of difference, you know, where a difference in your life. Yeah, and it's just like little tiny tweaks. So it's like if somebody came and and they said I needed to learn this about myself or even like uncovering some crackers or a really like just I've talked with friends and we just just open up and talk back and forth back and forth and then you know, we'll ask each other questions. Oh, did you maybe did you feel like that when you were younger or you know like and then it's like ah, ha moments pop-up. Do you think it could be about this and I'm like, I don't know maybe check for therapist about that write it down take it there and then it ends up turning into this thing and it's all because you communicated, you know in a safe space with the safe friend or if I only phone number and then you were able to like kind of connect the dots and you know, you're near safe space. So you're not like this dumb that I said that you know kind of thing but God. People lack the motivation or the inspiration. They just want to stay where they're at. How did you how did you decide? How did you decide that you were going to go from corporate working? Cuz I know that you were doing that to provide for your family after your divorce. And then how did you decide that you wanted to become a motivational speaker author off amazingness? Well, I will say this I had no aspirations to become a speaker. I wanted to do a creative writing consultant and then write books. I wanted to each other and publish and pin books that would inspire people motivate people encourage them and and Empower them. That was my goal. However, going back to page three to five to seven year old fabulous self that was not afraid to be on stage during church production school productions and how I would recite certain points and you know lines and dead. Even plays and and all of that it was I look back on it now and it was inevitable that I become a speaker cuz I work pretty good Storyteller. So my lie about the stories off of stories and the journey and so my life because I was so transparent and forthcoming with all of the trials that I have gone through and then even to this day, you know different things. I'm still not, you know coming clean with a lot of organizations and different people that have read the book and you know know about the book they wanted me to come talk. They wanted me to speak about my life. And so that's how I ended on the speaking so-to-speak. You're like what you want me to do what I know will say this initially Julia it was a little scared because I was like, oh my God, wait a minute. I have to now stand in front of people like, you know sending them a book or they'll purchasing a book.

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"her" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"her" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"What I was doing is okay. Also let's put this home. Mickey Mouse together. It's a crash course in how to use video editing software and I was like suddenly I got A. Why don't why the first time in my life? How you just get Wifi. Because I've been on a personal onslaught on my phone. Sending DC because Mr Adams didn't have a second WIFI. I don't now maybe. Because, we're so. We feel so cheap about everything we're just like. God Damn, money water why am I paying for wide so anyway, so I was like I got the by working from Hong Everything's on computers and I have a ton of monitors, won't I? Utilize will be safe so. I decided I was I was a hooking up with this person at the time was a bartender lost? A job in was just like okay. Fine with that, so we started wed camping, and then I started welcoming myself, and then I got picked up or Kim for who I roller skate for at EXOTICA, it's like a convention. I would just be roller skating around promoting their product, but they finally said. Let's have you onboard so now. I found myself Webcam jerking off for three hours. Every Monday because it's a scheduled show, baby and Yes three hours of a Boehner. You. Say the word. It's alive. Go for three hours. Eddie, how do you keep it up for three hours? Mean he's detaining for hours. Shrill but three hours. My old is is like Oh, you got me for like two minutes and. Funny I posted a one of my videos on my just for fans like it's from start to finish the entire session like you hear me talking to people riffing with stupid things that they're saying and then stroking Dick for fucking so many hours. It's crazy, but they played Pavia a flat rate for the show, so a mob obligated. Oh, I'm Dan her. Just like what people donate you actually get were. Okay Yeah. The motivation for me because you guys know me I'm kind of practical before I am everything else to get hyper. V. Then ask for tips because I don't know if I'M GONNA. Be pissed off at night, you know. Dick. I'm dislike you're all assholes ability. I WANNA. Make sure that I'm a I'm GonNa be somewhere so so that happened at the Webcam going and I'm starting to like have this new conception of what I can do with my time because I'm working from home kind of now, we're back in the office so that's Kinda screwing with my schedule, but when we started hosting more corn on Corn Hubbard accidents or whatever I realized that that people are starting to take me seriously later in a way that they hadn't before I was doing. When I was out in San Diego shooting, or you now, so these company hit me up and they said. Would you like to review our Auto Guo and this is kind of what started the whole thing because always bitching online about like about sex records records. They have different fucking. Like a USB. Talking Standardized Goddamn sex twice, it was so genuine. Not..

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"her" Discussed on Finding Her

Finding Her

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"her" Discussed on Finding Her

"Over my forty years of life forty plus I should say. I've dealt with us, but now I'm able to are have been for years been able to recognize when it's coming what it's doing, and now working in those stages of using the tools in my toolbox to blast it's ass away rate. So it's always going to be there but I need to remember that I am stronger than that and I can. figure out things without having. More. Guidance from. Or I should say having guidance from. Fear because that's basically anxiety being scared fear rate keeps a small doesn't want us to grow outside of our comfort zone. All right. So It may be silly but today I wanted to share something that created to help you understand that our thoughts might be the same that they might not or at least some of you could resonate with how my fund governor presents itself. So I, I wanted to before we get into that because I'm really anxious about that. The first thing I wanted to talk about is ways that anxiety can present itself. So you don't necessarily have to have an anxiety disorder, right? We all have anxious moments. It's our bodies ability to control the stress response it's going rate, but we all have anxious moments even if you do not have an anxiety disorder. It's our natural response after all coming from. Our bodies during experiences of stress does it interfere with your daily life? So? Meaning is it causing nausea dizziness raising restlessness rapid breath hyperventilating fear of doom coming can't. Stop shaking. obsessive identifying thoughts. Panic attacks. Right, so the best thing you could do what I would do about self awareness and monitoring. Especially, if you're in the care of your primary doctor therapists is go ahead and write down the symptoms of the things idea analyst I'm all about the flip unless I know. Each week, you can put them in your journal or on your nightstand or in like I have a big giant notebook that I use at work. So I could write my list and there and just check off whenever you're feeling..

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