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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Read the awakened family by dr. Shefali. Oh, I've seen it's a she right? It's a woman you've seen her on Oprah Super Soul Sunday's yeah. Yes. I highly recommend it. I think you would be in love with every delicious word of it. It's really hurt ethos is that there are no good children and no bad children. There are just repressed children and that a lot of times bad behavior is just this inner rebellion and Defiance to be who they are. And I think that was a lot of my issue. I was a rebellious kid and teenager. I had so much stuff down my throat in it in the name of good intention. You know, I had I was from a loving family but so many things that I was told just is not organically aligned with me. They felt feel like truth. There was just always this dissonance in me and I felt like I had to wear masks most of my life in order to Accept it and I don't even say that in a way that's accusatory because I feel like I know that I'm loved very much by my family and and they're operating with this Paradigm. They think they're trying to help me and they always have you know, but but but I my truth is is is different and I feel like the greatest tragedy of any human life is too easy to turn your nose up and betray your own truth. And I feel like with my daughter. It's I have such a mandate to be trained her and and support her in a way that she's constantly in tune with her own Essence. I love that and it's like a full circle moment that comes right back off you have to show up for yourself and and and know who you are in such a deep and profound way home. And I think in a lot of weak kids do before we tell them who they are. And that's what she talks about in this book. Yeah, it's it's it's yes, you have to I know you will love it. Yeah. Now I have to read it. I I believe that's so much and I and honor that about my own daughter and like I've tried to she wanted to do a YouTube channel and I was like, oh you should do the same thing going to be cute data and no that's not what I want to do. She's sassy. She's so she knows who she is. And so as long I can just get her right she's going to be she's going to be okay. I really appreciate you having this conversation with me. I know that you and I could literally talk for hours and cover multiple subjects because we've gotten to know each other. So well, yes, one of the last questions that I have and I ask everyone. So the name of the platform is love is viral Olivia named it. I know know the whole story wonderful so long If you had to give someone advice as to how make love go viral or if you do it in your daily life, what would you what advice would you give what would you say that thing about? You know human beings are diverse every aspect of our expression is diverse. Our Curiosities are diverse our longings our diverse. Everything about us is so diverse and it makes up the complete Mosaic of humanity, which is so infinitely beautiful. I would say to make love go back is be vigilant about governing yourself and honor everyone else's right to govern themselves. I loved that such respect for self and other yeah that we sometimes forget. Just honoring each other's Journey, you know what I mean. feel like so often and I do this we all this and you know in an effort to to try love someone the right way or help them. We tried to sort of like Wrangle with them and their decisions and you know, somebody's going through difficult time or having, you know, repeating a negative cycle. We went to fix them and and or we see something and we perceive it as evil or we perceive it as wrong and I'm not saying there isn't evil in the world and then there's I'm not singers in dysfunction the world, but I'm saying that love um, love, you know, love honors a person's right to be who they are. And I think that most of the Evil The Angst the is just this repressed sense of self. I really do if you really break it down. If you really pull back the layers off gently. I really believe that so much. I believe that that that repression it feeds violence. It feeds so many dysfunctions off rage feeds discontentment, you know depression anxiety. Don't you agree? I think I do. I remember someone asking me on a podcast once if I were to leave behind a piece of advice to the next-gen or I was leaving the Earth. What was the last thing that you would want to say? I'm like search for the humanity and the other because I think one of the things that we forget to do is we're constantly we're talking to talk to fix to give advice need to convince to proceed but we're we're having conversations with our past and our history and ourselves our own preconceived notions programme. Yeah, and we have a person who has their home own experiences standing right in front of us are sitting right in front of us wanting to loved and to be seen doing the same thing. I think that there is so much Beauty to kind of recognizing the humanity and and the love and the other and I believe this for a long time that we experience other people based on our pain. Mhm, not based on who they who they are at their core. We want to assign them or convince ourselves that we are right about them right and half the time the conversation that's being had is an actual right? Oh, yeah. It's it's our own creation. So I absolutely adore that. And I think it's a very beautiful deep answer with Gorgeous words. Like you do like you have the best words. I love you. Do you do well. I just want to thank you so much for doing this with me. I love talking to you and if people want to follow you in order to see your stories and not follow your your writing Journey, where can they go? So have Lacy Johnson, I have a lot of writing clips and I use I always keep it kind of update with different appearances that I'm doing wage. Um, you can find me on Pilgrim mac.com popsugar.com and Instagram is the Lacy Johnson. Well, thank you for Lacy Johnson. You're amazing. Thank you so much for joining today. I love Lacey's reminder that we are responsible for ourselves and the content that we consume and allow into our garden. If we don't like the way we feel or the thoughts having it is time to change the content. You can finally see online at least you johnson.com. Add the Wonder report on Instagram and Facebook at the Lacy Johnson. As always please subscribe leave a review and don't forget to share with your friends. We are always interested in content that uplifts. So if you have ideas, we'd love to hear from you email us at deer live at love is viral. You can also find us on Instagram at love is Meryl Media or visit our website at 11 tomorrow, Apple users. Don't forget to give the Live Pocket coach A Try by downloading it for free for seven days..

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Many things that I was told just is not organically aligned with me. They felt feel like truth. There was just always this dissonance in me and I felt like I had to wear masks most of my life in order to Accept it and I and I don't even say that in a way that's accusatory because I I feel like I know that I'm loved very much by my family and and and they're operating with this Paradigm. They think they're trying to help me and they always have you know, but but but I my truth is is is different and I feel like the greatest tragedy of any human life is too easy to turn your nose up and betray your own truth. And I feel like with my daughter. It's I have such a mandate to be trained her and and support her in a way that she's constantly in tune with her own Essence. I love that and it's like a full circle moment that comes right back off you have to show up for yourself and and and know who you are in such a deep and profound way home. And I think in a lot of weak kids do before we tell them who they are. And that's what she talks about in this book. Yeah, it's it's it's yes, you have to I know you will love it. Yeah. Now I have to read it. I I believe that's so much and I and I honor that about my own daughter and like I've tried to she wanted to do a YouTube channel and I was like, oh you should do the same thing going to be cute data and no that's not what I want to do. She's sassy. She's so she knows who she is. And so as long as I can just get her right she's going to be she's going to be okay. I really appreciate you having this conversation with me. I know that you and I could literally talk for hours and cover multiple subjects because we've gotten to know each other. So well, yes, one of the last questions that I have and I ask everyone. So the name of the platform is love is viral Olivia named it. I know I know the whole story wonderful so long If you had to give someone advice as to how to make love go viral or if you do it in your daily life, what would you what advice would you give what would you say that thing about? You know human beings are diverse every aspect of our expression is diverse. Our Curiosities are diverse our longings our diverse. Everything about us is so diverse and it makes up the complete Mosaic of humanity, which is so infinitely beautiful. I would say to make love go back is be vigilant about governing yourself and honor everyone else's right to govern themselves. I loved that such respect for self and other yeah that we sometimes forget. Just honoring each other's Journey, you know what I mean. I feel like so often and I do this we all do this and you know in an effort to to try to love someone the right way or help them. We tried to sort of like Wrangle with them and their decisions and you know, somebody's going through difficult time or having, you know, repeating a negative cycle. We went to fix them and and or we see something and we perceive it as evil or we perceive it as wrong and I'm not saying there isn't evil in the world and then there's I'm not singers in dysfunction in the world, but I'm saying that love um, love, you know, love honors a person's right to be who they are. And I think that most of the Evil The Angst the is just this repressed sense of self. I really do if you really break it down. If you really pull back the layers off gently. I really believe that so much. I believe that that that repression it feeds violence. It feeds so many dysfunctions off rage feeds discontentment, you know depression anxiety. Don't you agree? I think I do. I remember someone asking me on a podcast once if I were to leave behind a piece of advice to the next-gen or I was leaving the Earth. What was the last thing that you would want to say? I'm like search for the humanity and the other because I think one of the things that we forget to do is we're constantly we're talking to talk to fix to give advice need to convince to proceed but we're we're having conversations with our past and our history and ourselves and our own preconceived notions programme. Yeah, and we have a person who has their home their own experiences standing right in front of us are sitting right in front of us wanting to loved and to be seen doing the same thing. I think that there is so much Beauty to kind of recognizing the humanity and and the love and the other and I believe this for a long time that we experience other people based on our pain. Mhm, not based on who they who they are at their core. We want to assign them or convince ourselves that we are right about them right and half the time the conversation that's being had is an actual right? Oh, yeah. It's it's our own creation. So I absolutely adore that. And I think it's a very beautiful deep answer with Gorgeous words. Like you do like you have the best words. I love you. Do you do well. I just want to thank you so much for doing this with me. I love talking to you and if people want to follow you in order to see your stories and not follow your your writing Journey, where can they go? So have Lacy Johnson, I have a lot of writing clips and I use I always keep it kind of update with different appearances that I'm doing wage. Um, you can find me on Pilgrim mac.com popsugar.com and Instagram is the Lacy Johnson. Well, thank you for Lacy Johnson. You're amazing. Thank you so much for joining today. I love Lacey's reminder that we are responsible for ourselves and the content that we consume and allow into our garden. If we don't like the way we feel or the thoughts having it is time to change the content. You can finally see online at least you johnson.com. Add the Wonder report on Instagram and Facebook at the Lacy Johnson. As always please subscribe leave a review and don't forget to share with your friends. We are always interested in content that uplifts. So if you have ideas, we'd love to hear from you email us at deer live at love is viral. You can also find us on Instagram at love is Meryl Media or visit our website at 11 tomorrow, Apple users. Don't forget to give the Live Pocket coach A Try by downloading it for free for seven days..

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Always wanted to be able to do a yoga handstand and so it was follow these Yogi's which are more like this is the technique and I was like, okay, you know, and it was funny cuz a month later a beautiful woman a fit mom showed up in my feed and rather than me comparing myself, I think because I'd been feeding myself with all this positivity. I was like, oh, she's beautiful. I'm like look at me. I've changed like dead. I've shifted and I'm not comparing myself. Like that's like one of those things that you do like you kind of have to say like am I comparing myself to anyone and my drive the same thoughts circling around in my head. I think I worry so much about kids today and their awareness of these things and it starts with parents like parents have to be like we didn't get gems he's growing up never knowing a time before technology having social media. I believe their entire lives if I'm not mistaken that that is that is true. Yes, that is true. They don't know life without social. They don't know life without you know, our Digital World. They don't up in our digital age. Yes. I I worry for them and I hope as parents that we can help them see the signs that it's too much the signs that it's affecting their mood and help them make those same decisions. Like I think that's so important. It's no wait list tasks wage. Is it parenting man? Gosh, I will tell you what I motherhood has given me Whiplash. I was not there's no way to prepare anyone for the vulnerabilities of motherhood and they it never ends. It just sort of morphs into something else. I mean, I think the most vulnerable and a woman will ever be is postpartum. I was very vulnerable postpartum was beautiful experience was very vulnerable, but then there's just something new and bought a new and you are you are you know, you were a steward of this little humans safety and and knowledge and well-being and you know, self-esteem. It's so much from it's it's it's such an honor. It's the most honorable assignment of my life for sure, but even just divorce Passing the social media and as you know as much as I've as much knowledge as I've absorbed on this subject and I mean, I am a journalist who really I focus a lot on relationships and marriage help. So I have interviewed some of the most accomplished mental health experts on I mean around I mean, I'm not one of them, but I talked to them all the time and I'm I'm even it's the idea of talking to my daughter about it. One day is daunting to me. Yeah, you know, it makes my skin hot it's hard to figure out how to and I think that's the thing is like you your mind you understand it, but you're like, how do I explain this in a way frame this for her? Right? That doesn't do the opposite of what I want to do doesn't like doesn't cause fear like it's a it's a lot of work and one of the things that no one ever told me was that when you become a mother you will picture all of the ways that your child can can get hurt or die like on a daily basis. I'm like who cares? Don't want this. This is terrible. I like like you'll see them go by the pool and immediately you're like, you know, they're going to drown or this is going to happen or you know, hold my hand cuz we're in a strange place and you know, that's kind of It's an honor. But at the same time it's it's one of those things where you're like you just want to get them to adulthood as whole and as complete as Compact and as wage ready as possible, and I've always loved this quote and it's the devastation of a mother's love and she's always teaching her child to leave her and I was like, no truer words because I feel like everything that I talked about everything that I do all of the research I've done every article at some point in time leads back to how I'm raising my child and what kind of world we're leaving for the Next Generation absolutely, you know, kind of going back to the conversation about social media and I'm sort of segueing into something else. But since I was in my pregnancy any family member whether it was my mother-in-law or my parents or cousin even said jokingly, she's going to play soccer. She's going to play golf like her dad. She's going to write like her mom. She's going to be creative like her mom she's dead. Piano she's going to and I felt just ickiness and likes well within me and I was just so allergic to anyone saying that and I still am and no one is allowed to say walk around her or to her. She's going to be this or you're going to be this. I've always known that it's my job to discover who she is not tell her who she is and I think that if I can lay that foundation for her for her to allow herself to discover herself through life to to tap into her own Curiosities and sense of self discovery and to govern the law to govern herself. Hopefully when she does have a relationship with social media one day, you know in a sort of world that says this is who you should be this is how you should look this is off which was this is what matters this is what's relevant. She will have such a foundation for government governing herself that it won't she won't fall as prey to it. I hope yeah, I love birth. I think that that's so incredibly I think if my daughters or myself is my daughters like life concierge. I'm like and this is what this is and this is what this is and here's like even when we talk about religion, it's really interesting cuz I was like, well, here's you know, I I've always felt very strongly. I don't give her beliefs. I have not heard of indoctrinating children. Now, I'm like and off course is my own relationship with religion. I was here is what this is it and I'm like whoa. Whoa. Yeah, and so like with her, it's been like well here are your options what feels good, you know, here's here's what your daddy believe. Here's what I believe. Here's what your grandparents believe and and she's like, well, what am I what do I believe and I was like that's for you babe. Like you're going to feel it in your heart or your stomach and that's kind of one of the things like I work with her on is like well, how does that feel and she gets quiet for a second with everything no matter what she gets quiet for a second and she that feels wrong or that feels right or I don't like that. Okay, that's your job. It's telling you it's telling you what that is. So I think they're going to be okay read the awakened family by dr. Shefali. Oh, I've seen it's a she right? It's a woman you've seen her on Oprah Super Soul Sunday's yeah. Yes. I highly recommend it. I think you would be in love with every delicious word of it. It's really hurt ethos is that there are no good children and no bad children. There are just repressed children and that a lot of times bad behavior is just this inner rebellion and Defiance to be who they are. And I think that was a lot of my issue. I was a rebellious kid and teenager. I had so much stuff down my throat in it in the name of good intention. You know, I had I was from a loving family but so.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Always wanted to be able do a yoga handstand and so it was follow these Yogi's which are more like this is the technique and I was like, okay, you know, and it was funny cuz a month later a beautiful woman a fit mom showed up in my feed and rather than me comparing myself, I think because I'd been feeding myself with all this positivity. I was like, oh, she's beautiful. I'm like look at me. I've changed like dead. I've shifted and I'm not comparing myself. Like that's like one of those things that you do like kind of have to say like am I comparing myself to anyone and my drive the same thoughts circling around in my head. I think I worry so much about kids today and their awareness of these things and it starts with parents like have to be like we didn't get gems he's growing up never knowing a time before technology having social media. I believe their entire lives if I'm not mistaken that is that is true. Yes, that is true. They don't know life without social. They don't know life without you know, our Digital World. They don't up in our digital age. Yes. I worry for them and I hope as parents that we can help them see the signs that it's too much the signs that it's affecting their mood and help them make those same decisions. Like I think that's so important. It's no wait list tasks wage. Is it parenting man? Gosh, I will tell you what I motherhood has given me Whiplash. I was not there's no way to prepare anyone for the vulnerabilities of motherhood and they it never ends. It just sort of morphs into something else. I mean, I think the most vulnerable and a woman will ever be is postpartum. I was very vulnerable postpartum was beautiful experience was very vulnerable, but then there's just something new and bought a new and you are you you know, you were a steward of this little humans safety and knowledge and well-being and you know, self-esteem. It's so much from it's it's it's such an honor. It's the most honorable assignment of my life for sure, but even just divorce Passing the social media and as you know much as I've as much knowledge as I've absorbed on this subject and I mean, I am a journalist who really I focus a lot on relationships and marriage help. So I have interviewed some of the most accomplished mental health experts on I mean around I mean, I'm not one of them, but I talked to them all the time and I'm I'm even it's the idea of talking to my daughter about it. One day is daunting to me. Yeah, you know, it makes my skin hot it's hard to figure out how to and I think that's the thing is like you your mind you understand it, but you're like, how do I explain this in a way frame this for her? Right? That doesn't do the opposite of what I want to do doesn't like doesn't cause fear like it's a it's a lot of work and one of the things that no one ever told me was that when you become a mother you will picture all of the ways that your child can can get hurt or die like on a daily basis. I'm like who cares? Don't want this. This is terrible. I like like you'll see them go by the pool and immediately you're like, you know, they're going to drown or this is going to happen or you know, hold my hand cuz we're in a strange place and you know, that's kind of It's an honor. But at the same time it's one of those things where you're like you just want to get them to adulthood as whole and as complete as Compact and as wage ready as possible, and I've always loved this quote and it's the devastation of a mother's love and she's always teaching her child to leave her and I was like, no truer words because I feel like everything that I talked about everything that I do all of the research I've done every article at some point in time leads back to how I'm raising my child and what kind of world we're leaving for the Next Generation absolutely, you know, kind of going back to the conversation about social media and I'm sort of segueing into something else. But since I was in my pregnancy any family member whether it was my mother-in-law or my parents or cousin even said jokingly, she's going to play soccer. She's going to play golf like her dad. She's going to write like her mom. She's going to be creative like her mom she's dead. Piano she's going to and I felt just ickiness and likes well within me and I was just so allergic to anyone saying that and I still am and no one is allowed to say walk around her or to her. She's going to be this or you're going to be this. I've always known that it's my job to discover who she is not tell her who she is and I think that if I can lay that foundation for her for her to allow herself to discover herself through life to to tap into her own Curiosities and sense of self discovery and to govern the law to govern herself. Hopefully when she does have a relationship with social media one day, you know in a sort of world that says this is who you should be this is how you should look this is off which was this is what matters this is what's relevant. She will have such a foundation for government governing herself that it won't she won't fall as prey to it. I hope yeah, I love birth. I think that that's so incredibly I think if my daughters or myself is my daughters like life concierge. I'm like and this is what this is and this is what is and here's like even when we talk about religion, it's really interesting cuz I was like, well, here's you know, I I've always felt very strongly. I don't give her beliefs. I have not heard of indoctrinating children. Now, I'm like and off course is my own relationship with religion. I was here is what this is it and I'm like whoa. Whoa. Yeah, and so like with her, it's been like well here are your options what feels good, you know, here's here's what your daddy believe. Here's what I believe. Here's what your grandparents believe and and she's like, well, what am I do believe and I was like that's for you babe. Like you're going to feel it in your heart or your stomach and that's kind of one the things like I work with her on is like well, how does that feel and she gets quiet for a second with everything no matter what she gets quiet for a second and she that feels wrong or that feels right or I don't like that. Okay, that's your job. It's telling you it's telling you what that is. So I think they're going to be okay.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Know, I have to kind of check myself over and over but I have a dog Is kind of arrived at a place where I am going to be authentic and say what is true for me at that time, which is subject to change. I am free to evolve and I may put something out near St. Or an article or a feature and not aligned with it two years from now that but it's we will always be authentic to where I am now and how it is perceived. Once it is out into the world. It's no longer my business and it becomes its own entity and it is does become a product of the world. So whether it's a social media post an article, I I have to because if I'm constantly thinking when you want to have your audience in mind because if you're trying to, you know, put something positive in the world you want to connect with your audience, but you can't be governed by What you think their response will be whether it will be you know loved or hated or rejected or you know discarded or whatever. And so I've just sort of arrived there and It's tricky because especially when you're trying to monetize your business because you need people to love it. But I really believe that people your people will receive you took will connect with that authenticity those the true people that are who really are your people they will love what you have to say if you remain true and if you don't get so wound up and and and how filtering and modifying it and and censoring yourself. You know, I feel like at the end of the day off perhaps I could put some things out that aren't as authentic and maybe I would monetize it more but that would be a betrayal of myself and I care more about being true to who I am and not dead. Bring myself, then then anything else that I think it's so it's so important to to also be aware of who you're following as well because I I'm like you in that when I write something it's so funny because people like do you save all of the Articles you've written to you and they're in a file somewhere from e-mails back and forth, but I'm like, but once it leaves me, it's not mine anymore. Right? Yes, so I understand exactly what you said, but I also have been aware of of the fact that I have to almost like curate my feed to make sure that what is coming back to me. Is that also aligns with where I am in the world? So and I actually I gave it to a group of teenage girls and I was like tell me about who's in your feet and it was all wage at the time. It was all Kardashians and it was the center's that and then I asked him like tell me how you feel about yourself. Like how do you feel when you look at this and one of the girls stood up she was thirteen and I was you know, she's a former person hand out. She was a little Latina girl and she said it makes me feel ugly. I said explain to me why and she said because I I want to be blond and I want to be tall and I want to be all these things and I'm like, oh my God, that's like you're a short beautiful, you know dark haired girl. And like I said this stirring speech in the moment of how she was tall and compassion and tall personality and tall and all of this because I was like, I gotta leave you with something right because well, it just killed me. The end I just looked at her and I kind of whispered cuz you know, there's like a hundred girls around her as I'm giving this speech and interacting with her the end. I just said and your beautiful and she just got this girl on her face like she never thought of herself that way and so after these girls were telling me like who they were following we went through this whole exercise and I actually put up on a board Instagram account home of athletes and female astronauts and like here our people to follow if you're aware of what it's getting in your head because followed this person. How like how it made you feel you followed this person who accomplished this thing and she doesn't care what she looks like and she's not talking about her lip liner and and they got out their phones and they like unfollowed some accounts and I was like, let's talk about how you feel and I had to do that for myself if someone's on on my feed cuz what I've put out there I wanted to Change lives and touch hearts and it's with the best of intentions, but I'm like am I intentionally then receiving right? So I had to go through and be like if you make my shoulders slump in or I'm like God, I wish look like thought I was like, nope. You're gone slash unfollow. Yeah, I love you know spending I studied a lot and can't read a lot of material around like rain science in my work bag. And so I'm I'm very well-versed in that, you know in that realm, but I have to check myself constantly. I actually did a significant social media page not long ago, and I probably will do another one but I'll tell you what inspired it. It's so funny. I noticed that I was feeling just icky just icky every time I was on social life and some of it was I was fought people who followed me and I would a lot of times I would follow them back but I didn't like their content and I was making myself a hostage to content that I didn't like birth. And it was just negative and ranting things these cryptic post trying to get at other people and just icky stuff just low-level stuff that I wasn't about and but I felt guilty and I felt just about and falling people. I was just like don't want to be unkind I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings Well, I this is actually when I was pregnant. I kind of I love paranormal things. I just love anything to do with the supernatural. I love ghost stories. I just do I always have and I got on a binge Watching Celebrity Ghost Stories and it's so funny. I was noticed that for a few days. I was watching this Celebrity Ghost Stories and then I'd be like I had to have a light on I'd be I was there my Holloway I was you know, I was trying to go sleep at night and I'm like opening my eyes do that, but it was in my it was in my Consciousness and I just kind of had this Epiphany which isn't nothing that profound but it really resonated with gnome. Just like thinking about how Okay three days of binge-watching Celebrity Ghost Stories has me like scared to even walk through my hallway. What is daily throughout the day woven throughout my day this, you know, let my brain is a sponge and I'm absorbing this content and I know better and I'm telling you yes, I mean we are we are responsible for ourselves. We are responsible for who we interact with we are responsible for what we read we eat what we we are responsible for the content that we welcomed into our garden and if if you don't like with swirling around in that brain of yours and if you don't like, you know, the thoughts you're having if you don't like the fears in a body if you don't like what's happening day-to-day change the content it it is it is a game-changer and it really it was it profound lesson for me dead. It's so I love all of what you just said because it's so incredibly true in every aspect of our life, right? We are responsible but we don't make ourselves. We don't take responsibility. We don't realize that it's simply a decision right? It's a decision to kind of wrap your arms around yourself and say this is what I will and I will not accept and you can see very quickly the shift. I remember when I stopped following all these fit mom accounts cuz I thought that was going to make me inspired instead. I kept like hearing myself say God. I wish looked like that and I started following accounts that were really positive that were doing really cool things or like I've.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"To kind of check myself over and over but I have a dog Is kind of arrived at a place where I am going to be authentic and say what is true for me at that time, which is subject to change. I am free to evolve and I may put something out near St. Or an article or a feature and not aligned with it two years from now that but it's we will always be authentic to where I am now and how it is perceived. Once it is out into the world. It's no longer my business and it becomes its own entity and it is does become a product of the world. So whether it's a social media post an article, I I I have to because if I'm constantly thinking when you want to have your audience in mind because if if you're trying to, you know, put something positive in the world you want to connect with your audience, but you can't be governed by What you think their response will be whether it will be you know loved or hated or rejected or you know discarded or whatever. And so I've just sort of arrived there and It's tricky because especially when you're trying to monetize your business because you need people to love it. But I really believe that people your people will receive you took will connect with that authenticity those the true people that are who who really are your people they will love what you have to say if you remain true and if you don't get so wound up and and and how and filtering and modifying it and and censoring yourself. You know, I feel like at the end of the day off perhaps I could put some things out that aren't as authentic and maybe I would monetize it more but that would be a betrayal of myself and I care more about being true to who I am and not dead. Bring myself, then then anything else that I think it's so it's so important to to also be aware of who you're following as well because I I'm like you in that when I write something it's so funny because people like do you save all of the Articles you've written to you and they're in a file somewhere from e-mails back and forth, but I'm like, but once it leaves me, it's not mine anymore. Right? Yes, so I understand exactly what you said, but I also have been aware of of the fact that I have to almost like curate my feed to make sure that what is coming back to me. Is that also aligns with where I am in the world? So and I I actually I gave it to a group of teenage girls and I was like tell me about who's in your feet and it was all wage at the time. It was all Kardashians and it was the center's that and then I asked him like tell me how you feel about yourself. Like how do you feel when you look at this and one of the girls stood up she was thirteen and I was you know, she's a former person hand out. She was a little Latina girl and she said it makes me feel ugly. I said explain to me why and she said because I I want to be blond and I want to be tall and I want to be all these things and I'm like, oh my God, that's like you're a short beautiful, you know dark haired girl. And like I said this stirring speech in the moment of how she was tall and compassion and tall and personality and tall and all of this because I was like, I gotta leave you with something right because well, it just killed me. The end I just looked at her and I kind of whispered cuz you know, there's like a hundred girls around her as I'm giving this speech and interacting with her the end. I just said and your beautiful and she just got this girl on her face like she never thought of herself that way and so after these girls were telling me like who they were following we went through this whole exercise and I actually put up on a board Instagram account home of athletes and female astronauts and like here our people to follow if you're aware of what it's getting in your head because followed this person. How like how it made you feel you followed this person who accomplished this thing and she doesn't care what she looks like and she's not talking about her lip liner and and they got out their phones and they like unfollowed some accounts and I was like, let's talk about how you feel and I had to do that for myself if someone's on on my feed cuz what I've put out there I wanted to Change lives and touch hearts and it's with the best of intentions, but I'm like am I intentionally then receiving right? So I had to go through and be like if you make my shoulders slump in or I'm like God, I wish I look like thought I was like, nope. You're gone slash unfollow. Yeah, I love you know spending I studied a lot and can't read a lot of material around like rain science in my work bag. And so I'm I'm very well-versed in that, you know in that realm, but I have to check myself constantly. I actually did a significant social media page not long ago, and I probably will do another one but I'll tell you what inspired it. It's so funny. I noticed that I was feeling just icky just icky every time I was on social life and some of it was I was fought people who followed me and I would a lot of times I would follow them back but I didn't like their content and I was making myself a hostage to content that I didn't like birth. And it was just negative and ranting things these cryptic post trying to get at other people and just icky stuff just low-level stuff that I wasn't about and but I felt guilty and I felt just about and falling people. I was just like I don't want to be unkind I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings Well, I this is actually when I was pregnant. I kind of I love paranormal things. I just love anything to do with the supernatural. I love ghost stories. I just do I always have and I got got on a binge Watching Celebrity Ghost Stories and it's so funny. I was I noticed that for a few days. I was watching this Celebrity Ghost Stories and then I'd be like I had to have a light on I'd be I was there my Holloway I was you know, I was trying to go to sleep at night and I'm like opening my eyes do that, but it was in my it was in my Consciousness and I just kind of had this Epiphany which isn't nothing that profound but it really resonated with gnome. Just like thinking about how Okay three days of binge-watching Celebrity Ghost Stories has me like scared to even walk through my hallway. What is daily throughout the day woven throughout my day this, you know, let my brain is a sponge and I'm absorbing this content and I know better and and I'm telling you yes, I mean we are we are responsible for ourselves. We are responsible for who we interact with we are responsible for what we read what we eat what we we are responsible for the content that we welcomed into our garden and if if you don't like with swirling around in that brain of yours and if you don't like, you know, the thoughts you're having if you don't like the fears in a body if you don't like what's happening day-to-day change the content it it is it is a game-changer and it really it was it was profound lesson for me dead. It's so I love all of what you just said because it's so incredibly true in in every aspect of our life, right? We are responsible but we don't make ourselves. We don't take responsibility. We don't realize that it's simply a decision right? It's a decision to kind of wrap your arms around yourself and say this is what I will and I will not accept and you can see very quickly the shift. I remember when I stopped following all these fit mom accounts cuz I thought that that was going to make me inspired instead. I kept like hearing myself say God. I wish I looked like that and I started following accounts that were really positive that were doing really cool things or like I've.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"It's sort of stopped me in my tracks and I was like, we haven't even okay, we're going to dinner right? We haven't even arrived at the restaurant and you're already focused on how we're going to be billed are staged for our audience, you know, and I remember saying to her in the bathroom we went on you know, how girls going a bathroom break together and I sort of put my hands on her shoulders and I said, who are you living for down? You know, what about you? Where's the beauty in this moment? I feel like we rob ourselves of the beauty of a moment and the moment you can never get back. You know, I feel like this year should teach us more than anything just the future is always uncertain. We have this illusion that things are certainly make our plans. This is what we're going to do. We're going to go on vacation. We're going to walk with this, you know release this book. I'm going to have this edit done by this time. I'm going to enroll my child in this activity and we should do that. You have to organize your life, but I feel like wage. where the you know more than ever before 20-20-20 should confirm for us that the future is uncertain and our days are precious and every moment we have is so precious and if we live every day worried about what our audience thinks and you know, who's going to how many comments were going to get how much attention you're going to get. We will have shuffled through our whole life never having been really known for who we truly are and living in a shadow of connection. And it's it's it's really the thing about social media is that it is very seductive because we are biologically wired as human beings for connection. We are meant to be in community. We need each other and really women are nurturing abilities. Like we we are biologically wired to have intimate conversations to have intimate connections and social media gives you a sort of like carrot dangling. It's like seductively in your face, like, you know, it's nice there that connection and you can sort of have that Rush of that experience and Russia that connection but it it doesn't satiate you because it's really just a shadow of connection and I sometimes I compare Our social media to porn and people laugh, but I actually said this in another interview and not that I'm saying. There's anything you know, my beliefs about that or anything and I'm not even saying that's bad. I'm just saying there are you know, it's not people sometimes we'll replace true intimacy for porn like a porn addiction and I think a lot of times not a lot of times are some of the time people will replace true relationships for the connections that they build on social media because perhaps they have issues with intimacy, you know, maybe they don't they have some subconscious beliefs that they aren't worthy of being truly known they don't want people to know who they really are. I know that I you know kind of went through that for a long time in my twenties, I didn't realize it but I think I had a real fear of being known. I thought that I I didn't know that about myself. I know that now but I think for a long so it's not an uncommon thing, but I think social media dead. Can really fuel that sort of perversion in yourself. Your circle is everything and I like to invite you to join mine today. The love is viral show is brought to you by gold Circle unlived pocket coach our exclusive gold Circle membership includes over 130 pieces of content on self-development relationships money and vision weekly group coaching call a monthly webinars and access to our private lives community in real time for a fraction of the price you pay for traditional coaching. The gold circle is interactive as you share. We build courses and offer you the circle you have been looking for to move you to the next level in your life download the Live Pocket coach on Apple and select the gold Circle membership from the subscription options in the menu home. I'll see you in the circle. That's really interesting because well two things so I'm raising girls right my daughter and then my my partner's daughter, they're both 9 and first and foremost Olivia mine was upset because she didn't have as many followers as Mainland did and it was this whole thing kids don't like her will U like me will you share my stuff and I'm like your 9 and we're already upset about following and I had to pull it back. She actually recognized that her mood is worse when she's been on any type of social media. So if she watches a kid, she even went to Rome kids programming that is younger than her age because she said at least it always has a happy ending on Tik Tok and Instagram, there's all these emotions and people are upset with each other or they've got a sad story or they thought something that's mean at least on Sofia The First there's always a happy ending and it was like, how aware is that? Right? But it's a constant thing. We're we're like get off YouTube. No Tick Tock. She's not home. 2 gram not on Facebook. So we're very aware of it. It's something you thought was really interesting because I don't think that we show our true personalities even in the way that we comment with each other right phone number at one point in time. So I have a sense of humor and I noticed that I started to curb it cuz it can be a little bit dry and I noticed I started to curb it. Well one of my clients started following me on Facebook cuz I didn't want them to see my sarcasm or my wits or whatever cuz I was to my page anytime Emily girl. Here's what I would have said, so I started pulling it back because I was like, oh, like now people who I have professional relationships with our following me and then when my page start to become more public even with people that I'm following and I'm friends with have a tendency to almost be the lurker. I'll like your stuff or put something little but most of the time I won't even tell you what I really think or I'll send you a text and view like haha this cuz South There is almost kind of like there's an exposure and a vulnerability as well because we also have this experience of the troll, right and I've had several trolls so I'm saying we don't need them here. Yeah, but we're aware of them and so you have a tendency tendency all of a sudden to start to even though you want to connect you start to protect right you start to kind of pull back a little bit and you're careful about what you say you start questioning some of your you could have the best of intentions like I did a YouTube video with Olivia. She was a guest on my show and we talked about kids and emotional and social media and rather than recognizing the comment. I had someone post about what I was wearing next to my daughter and like I can't believe as a mom you would wear that in front of your kid, and I'm like whoa, like off point completely missed right but that there's things I think having such a voice in public forum also tends to almost create this like dead. Barrier, I so know this plight that you're talking about. I tell you where I've arrived in the past year. I you know, I you and I are both writers. I write for a lot of magazines too. I'm a journalist as well. So I put out a lot of material in the world. It's red, you know by millions of people because of the platform that I write for I too have had trolls. I've had people say exalting things that they just like I'm a hero I've had people say scathing things off and I just remember right it like no matter what I'm not defined by the amazing things they say and I'm not defined. I'm not defined by any of it and I am going to and I have to constantly check myself almost like I'm a little kindergartner like check. Do you have everything you need? Are you put together? You.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Sort of stopped me in my tracks and I was like, we we haven't even okay, we're going to dinner right? We haven't even arrived at the restaurant and you're already focused on how we're going to be billed are staged for our audience, you know, and I I remember saying to her in the bathroom we went on you know, how girls going a bathroom break together and I sort of put my hands on her shoulders and I said, who are you living for down? You know, what about you? Where's the beauty in this moment? I feel like we rob ourselves of the beauty of a moment and the moment you can never get back. You know, I feel like this year should teach us more than anything just the future is always uncertain. We have this illusion that things are certainly make our plans. This is what we're going to do. We're going to go on vacation. We're going to walk with this, you know release this book. I'm going to have this edit done by this time. I'm going to enroll my child in this activity and we should do that. You have to organize your life, but I feel like wage. where the you know more than ever before 20-20-20 should confirm for us that the future is uncertain and our days are precious and every moment we have is so precious and if we live every day worried about what our audience thinks and you know, who's going to how many comments were going to get how how much attention you're going to get. We will have shuffled through our whole life never having been really known for who we truly are and living in a shadow of connection. And it's it's it's really the thing about social media is that it is very seductive because we are biologically wired as human beings for connection. We are meant to be in community. We need each other and really women are nurturing abilities. Like we we are biologically wired to have intimate conversations to have intimate connections and social media gives you a sort of like a carrot dangling. It's like seductively in your face, like, you know, it's nice there that connection and you can sort of have that Rush of that experience and Russia that connection but it it doesn't satiate you because it's really just a shadow of connection and I sometimes I compare Our social media to porn and people laugh, but I actually said this in another interview and not that I'm saying. There's anything you know, my beliefs about that or anything and I'm not even saying that's bad. I'm just saying there are you know, it's it's not people sometimes we'll replace true intimacy for porn like a porn addiction and I think a lot of times not a lot of times are some of the time people will replace true relationships for the connections that they build on social media because perhaps they have issues with intimacy, you know, maybe they don't they have some subconscious beliefs that they aren't worthy of being truly known they don't want people to know who they really are. I know that I you know kind of went through that for a long time in my twenties, I didn't realize it but I I think I had a real fear of being known. I thought that I I I didn't know that about myself. I know that now but I think for a long so it's not an uncommon thing, but I think social media dead. Can really fuel that sort of perversion in yourself. Your circle is everything and I like to invite you to join mine today. The love is viral show is brought to you by gold Circle unlived pocket coach our exclusive gold Circle membership includes over 130 pieces of content on self-development relationships money and vision weekly group coaching call a monthly webinars and access to our private lives community in real time for a fraction of the price you pay for traditional coaching. The gold circle is interactive as you share. We build courses and offer you the circle you have been looking for to move you to the next level in your life download the Live Pocket coach on Apple and select the gold Circle membership from the subscription options in the menu home. I'll see you in the circle. That's really interesting because well two things so I'm raising girls right my daughter and then my my partner's daughter, they're both 9 and first and foremost Olivia mine was upset because she didn't have as many followers as Mainland did and it was this whole thing kids don't like her will U like me will you share my stuff and I'm like your 9 and we're already upset about following and I had to pull it back. She actually recognized that her mood is worse when she's been on any type of social media. So if she watches a kid, she even went to Rome kids programming that is younger than her age because she said at least it always has a happy ending on Tik Tok and Instagram, there's all these emotions and people are upset with each other or they've got a sad story or they thought something that's mean at least on Sofia The First there's always a happy ending and it was like, how aware is that? Right? But it's a constant thing. We're we're like get off YouTube. No Tick Tock. She's not home. 2 gram not on Facebook. So we're very aware of it. It's something you thought was really interesting because I don't think that we show our true personalities even in the way that we comment with each other right phone number at one point in time. So I have a sense of humor and I noticed that I started to curb it cuz it can be a little bit dry and I noticed I started to curb it. Well one of my clients started following me on Facebook cuz I didn't want them to see my sarcasm or my wits or whatever cuz I was to my page anytime Emily girl. Here's what I would have said, so I started pulling it back because I was like, oh, like now people who I have professional relationships with our following me and then when my page start to become more public even with people that I'm following and I'm friends with have a tendency to almost be the lurker. I'll like your stuff or put something little but most of the time I won't even tell you what I really think or I'll send you a text and view like haha this cuz South There is almost kind of like there's an exposure and a vulnerability as well because we also have this experience of the troll, right and I've had several trolls so I'm saying we don't need them here. Yeah, but we're aware of them and so you have a tendency tendency all of a sudden to start to even though you want to connect you start to protect right you start to kind of pull back a little bit and you're careful about what you say you start questioning some of your you could have the best of intentions like I did a YouTube video with Olivia. She was a guest on my show and we talked about kids and emotional and social media and rather than recognizing the comment. I had someone post about what I was wearing next to my daughter and like I can't believe as a mom you would wear that in front of your kid, and I'm like whoa, like off point completely missed right but that there's things I think having such a voice in a public forum also tends to almost create this like dead. Barrier, I so know this plight that you're talking about. I tell you where I've arrived in the past year. I you know, I you and I are both writers. I write for a lot of magazines too. I'm a journalist as well. So I put out a lot of material in the world. It's red, you know by millions of people because of the platform that I write for I too have had trolls. I've had people say exalting things that they just like I'm I'm a hero I've had people say scathing things off and I just remember right it like no matter what I'm not defined by the amazing things they say and I'm not defined. I'm not defined by any of it and I am going to and I have to constantly check myself almost like I'm a little kindergartner like check. Do you have everything you need? Are you put together? You know, I have.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Birth I mean they're driving Tik Tok and the problem is that they are losing touch with their own Essence because they're constantly performing they're always on stage even when they're not on stage. They're preparing to be on stage and what I mean by that is, you know, styling their food, you know, grabbing their coffee that they're not even drinking. This may be cold in there about to toss into trash and posing with it for Their audience, you know, and if you just spend, you know, I'm you're a writer. I'm a writer I spend a lot of time in coffee shops, not so much anymore. Unfortunately, but usually I do wrong and you can spend just ten minutes observing people and you will see so many people so many examples of people not living for themselves, you know, creating creating these steps child. Experiences for Their audience living for Their audience, you know, and I think what I would say my advice which is sounds very Elementary, but I think if I think if you can fold into yourself every morning every evening as much as possible. Who am I the question Who Am I Living For who am I lived for? You know, because I think in the majority of cases right now the answer would be certainly not ourselves in in a lot lot of the time off. I actually posted recently something. You know, I have a have a 17 month old little girl. I know you're you're a girl mom as well too horrible daughter off and I kind of took a break from social media as I do periodically and I logged back on after about a week break. This was maybe a few weeks ago and dead. One of the first posts that I saw in my feed was this mom who she's I don't know we're super well, but she was she was there was this moment with her little girl who's not much older than my daughter. They had these, you know matching pajamas and this gorgeous Vivid backdrop in a couple of candles strategically lit, and and there's you know, it was this moment and it really Disturbed me because I was like, this is execrable bond. This is such a you know, it looks like this beautiful tender moment, but she probably spent 30 minutes preparing for it. And you know, I kind of skimmed her post and you guessed it. She was she had some link to get some discount and she was asking for prompting her readers to vote for her something and it's just it Disturbed me because and that's just one example of countless and it's it's rare, you know to to log onto social media and to see evidence of a true. organic content true material True Media that's not modified in some way and I'm not knocking it entirely cuz I mean use films just for my photographs and but I think the problem is that it's confusing because media is off. It's delivered in a way that is supposed to be organic and authentic and to cultivate true connection but it actually drives us further away from each other because we're not seeing each other's intimate Pages. We're seeing a mirage a digital Mirage of each other. I sort of makes sense. Well, it does a hundred percent because I've struggled with that recently my own relationship with social media is so confusing to me, you know, because for a period of time as I was writing my book as I was doing, you know, creating all these projects that became my own media company. I had someone else handling my social media for me. So it was all my worth it was posted I'd written I've written over four hundred articles and blog posts and and what have you so I have plenty of content and so they would take my content and we would do a photoshoot once every six months and we would go out they would take a bunch of pictures. Is there was just a bank of Bank of photos and a bank of contents and I had a good amount of followers and it was very beautiful and I would go on would they were my words and I would interact but I didn't handle all of the postings you and then over time as I got away from that. was like that doesn't even feel like me anymore. I started to kind of try to figure out who my audience was and who I'm like why am I trying to figure out who I am for them? Exactly? Right? And let's be honest. I barely wear makeup. I only wear makeup for interviews right now, or if I have to go to you know, I I went to the doctors this morning. I didn't even wear makeup. I'm like, what's the point? I'm wearing a mask. You can't even see my face anyways, and you get to that point your kind of like what am I trying to prove and what am i showing the people around my my daughter is showing her when she's kind of like she's her own person. So she's on to me, right? So like if I try to style if I try to be like, hey, let's do this. Let's look cute. She likes Cal comes across her dog. It's love it and it's the moment. Yeah, it's like the moments in between. We're like, we're just having fun and I'm just taking pictures and eventually decided to put them, you know up that those are the the real world, you know, and I feel like there's more mom's more specifically who are coming forward right now and saying like this is hard home schooling is hard trying to figure out how to work and be at home and I know you posted recently about your daughter and it's you love them. But your level yeah, it's next level hard. I mean it is, you know, yeah, I feel I'll tell you an observation that I made a couple of years ago. I was going out to dinner with a friend. Actually, we were going on a double date and my friend was dating. It was a it was a relatively newish relationship. I'd only met this guy once before she was still in that sort of mode like wanting to impress him very conscious consciously selecting your outfits, you know, not yet in the place where your subconscious programming comes to the fore and I'm like, whoa, they see your ugly side and all that stuff. Right? And so it's still affect fairly new relationship and she took me a text. I was getting ready. This is actually I guess almost three years ago now that I was right before I got pregnant so little more than two years ago and she sent me a text and she said hey, I'm going to let you be the one to check us in and make a post for dinner because I'm always the one to do it. And.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"I mean they're driving Tik Tok and the problem is is that they are losing touch with their own Essence because they're constantly performing they're always on stage even when they're not on stage. They're preparing to be on stage and what I mean by that is, you know, styling their food, you know, grabbing their their coffee that they're not even drinking. This may be cold in there about to toss into trash and posing with it for Their audience, you know, and if you just spend, you know, I'm you're a writer. I'm a writer I spend a lot of time in coffee shops, not so much anymore. Unfortunately, but usually I do wrong and you can spend just ten minutes observing people and you will see so many people so many examples of people not living for themselves, you know, creating creating these steps child. Experiences for Their audience living for Their audience, you know, and I think what I would say my advice which is sounds very Elementary, but I think if I think if you can fold into yourself every morning every evening as much as possible. Who am I the question Who Am I Living For who am I lived for? You know, because I think in the majority of cases right now the answer would be certainly not ourselves in in in a lot a lot of the time off. I actually posted recently something. You know, I I have a I have a 17 month old little girl. I know you're you're a girl mom as well too horrible daughter off and I kind of took a break from social media as I do periodically and I logged back on after about a week break. This was maybe a few weeks ago and dead. One of the first posts that I saw in my feed was this mom who she's I don't know we're super well, but she was she was there was this moment with her little girl who's not much older than my daughter. They had these, you know matching pajamas and this gorgeous Vivid backdrop in a couple of candles strategically lit, and and there's you know, it was this moment and it it really Disturbed me because I was like, this is execrable bond. This is such a you know, it looks like this beautiful tender moment, but she probably spent 30 minutes preparing for it. And you know, I kind of skimmed her post and you guessed it. She was she had some link to get some discount and she was asking for prompting her readers to vote for her for something and it's just it Disturbed me because and that's just one example of countless and it's it's rare, you know to to log onto social media and to see evidence of a true. organic content true material True Media that's not modified in some way and I'm not knocking it entirely cuz I mean I use films just for my photographs and but I think the problem is that it's confusing because media is off. It's delivered in a way that is supposed to be organic and authentic and and to cultivate true connection but it actually drives us further away from each other because we're not seeing each other's intimate Pages. We're seeing a mirage a digital Mirage of each other. I sort of makes sense. Well, it does a hundred percent because I've struggled with that recently my own relationship with social media is so confusing to me, you know, because for a period of time as I was writing my book as I was doing, you know, creating all these projects that became my own media company. I had someone else handling my social media for me. So it was all my worth it was posted I'd written I've written over four hundred articles and blog posts and and what have you so I have plenty of content and so they would take my content and we would do a photoshoot once every six months and we would go out and they would take a bunch of pictures. Is there was just a bank of Bank of photos and a bank of contents and I had a good amount of followers and it was very beautiful and I would go on and I would they were my words and I would interact but I didn't handle all of the postings you and then over time as I got away from that. I was like that doesn't even feel like me anymore. I started to kind of try to figure out who my audience was and who and I'm like why am I trying to figure out who I am for them? Exactly? Right? And let's be honest. I barely wear makeup. I only wear makeup for interviews right now, or if I have to go to you know, I I went to the doctors this morning. I didn't even wear makeup. I'm like, what's the point? I'm wearing a mask. You can't even see my face anyways, and you get to that point to your kind of like what am I trying to prove and what am i showing the people around my my daughter is showing her when she's kind of like she's her own person. So she's on to me, right? So like if I try to style if I try to be like, hey, let's do this. Let's look cute. She likes Cal comes across her dog. It's love it and it's the moment. Yeah, it's like the moments in between. We're like, we're just having fun and I'm just taking pictures and eventually decided to put them, you know up that those are the the real world, you know, and I feel like there's more mom's more specifically who are coming forward right now and saying like this is hard home schooling is hard trying to figure out how to work and be at home and I know you posted recently about your daughter and it's you love them. But your level yeah, it's next level hard. I mean it is, you know, yeah, I feel I'll tell you an observation that I made a couple of years ago. I was going out to dinner with a friend. Actually, we were going on a double date and my friend was dating. It was a it was a relatively newish relationship. I'd only met this guy once before she was still in that sort of mode of like wanting to impress him very conscious consciously selecting your outfits, you know, not yet in the place where your subconscious programming comes to the fore and I'm like, whoa, they see your ugly side and all that stuff. Right? And so it's still affect fairly new relationship and she took me a text. I was getting ready. This is actually I guess almost three years ago now that I was right before I got pregnant so little more than two years ago and she sent me a text and she said hey, I'm going to let you be the one to check us in and make a post for dinner because I'm always the one to do it. And it's.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Include neuroscientists therapists professors coaches authors yogis speakers entrepreneurs and those who believe in a bigger battery life can be found at the intersection of mindfulness and science join me as we nerd out with a little bit of Soul. The love is viral show is a lived media production. Macy Johnson has come to the conclusion that it's not the digital age or social media that has become a problem in today's society. But rather it's the user error stuff off my rumination shipped with it and the intention behind how we use it to connect. Please see as an award-winning essayist editor and journalist with a deep in training for human beings and a fiery passion for smacking her readers in the face with life unlocking truth. She writes reports boldly and introspectively about topics to challenge the status quo in the Realms of fulfilling relationships and mental health popular culture women's issues and the nuances of self optimization in this episode. We discuss how social media has contributed to higher suicide rates the importance of seeing past the stage post and staying authentic on social media why we need to be aware of how the content we can see affects our mood and mental health and the challenge parents are facing raising kids and how to support them all they discover who they are not who anyone else wants them to be Lucy Johnson has worked with a diverse range of authors song. And spiritual thought leaders including Deepak Chopra Daymond, John and Gabrielle Bernstein. She founded the Wonder report in 2018 and her words could be read in a variety of top print and digital media sources including Cosmopolitan Marie Claire popsugar o the Oprah Magazine and others many of which have been syndicated by Apple news MSN and Yahoo! Millions of times places also deep in the process of authoring her first month which vividly explores and reveals her unexpected Evolution through pregnancy and new motherhood. Let's Dig Inn. Hi, this is Janette Snyder and welcome back to the love is viral show. I am so happy to have with me today Lacy Johnson. Thank you for joining me. Yay. So happy to be here. I do you always I know we have such a deep conversations from the very first one. Yeah, Lacy interviewed me for peace. When it my book first came out and like we ended up like just hitting it off and I was pregnant and we were tucked for like two hours and I remember I had another like interview for another story afterwards and I was just like don't even care like I'm not I'm going to give myself like ten minutes to prepare because I I'm just soaking up every delicious second of this conversation. That's how I feel too when we have when we talk because I feel like we both have a love of words, right and we both have found ways to express very deep emotions and very deep feeling through words and connects with people in the page. And that's one of things I love about your craft and I just I love following you. I love what you're about and you dead. You recently were interviewed and you've been talking a little bit about this out there in the world, especially with what's going on with our lovely Global pandemic about social media and I was like, okay we have to have this conversation because this is something that I'm struggling with and I've got little people at home who are learning their relationship with technology and we took a time where the only way to connect in a lot of ways is digitally but who are we any more? Yeah, that's that's you know, I've actually been fascinated by this subject for a few years. I've written I wrote a few essays about social media and my relationship with it and observations. I've made with friends and and experiences we've had together. I thought wrote a reported piece believe it was last summer for popsugar with Dr. Kevin Gilliland who's just this incredible psychologist and author and we had such a great conversation about how there's there's some thoughts that reveal that social media has contributed to an increased suicide rate and there's a lot we could talk about with that but it's affecting people of all generations and even more so I mean I've been passionate about this subject before 2020 and now it's like it's confusing for me and I struggle because I also have written pieces for Oprah Magazine and popsugar about ways to date online and I'm like, okay, so I have this issue with our digital lives, but then I'm also encouraging it and what I I've the conclusion I I've arrived at is that it's it's not the it's not the social media. It's not the are, you know necessarily even our digital age. It's user error. It's our relationship. With it and it's Our intention behind connecting like you know what I mean that a hundred percent really have to look at and it's the same way. I mean, honestly if you think about alcohol itself is not bad shopping is not bad sex is not bad, but all of those things can be expressed and inexperienced in a way that could be very harmful to a person. I love that because you know, I'm creating software, right so and and we're using technology and I someone was asking me about my relationship with it because within our app, you know, we want people to use it and with from our perspective. It's always been about Humane technology. And as I was thinking more about it, and the way we presented to people in the way we have people interact through it down on how we have our own relationships with social media. One of the things I came to is very similar like technology and social media our net neutral. They are a platform. They are a tool they are dead. Amazing way to connect and possibly serve but it's all in how you use it and much like anything else almost like how advertising, you know creates these beautiful images and these ways of believing, you know, the way we look we should this way or we should buy this or we should have this kind of perception or opinion about X. It's happening. I think with social media as well and I'm curious like when you talk about user error like what advice would you give I think especially I feel like think it's across gender, right? Oh, yeah, but I think a lot of young women and especially girls when they're coming to social media like they're they're using it based on their peer group that you how do you explain user error? How do you explain like a healthywage approaching and that that's sort of a conundrum because it's like I feel like and also like with Generation Z which was being greatly affected by the suicide rate. There's a lot of bullying and their.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Include neuroscientists therapists professors coaches authors yogis speakers entrepreneurs and those who believe in a bigger battery life can be found at the intersection of mindfulness and science join me as we nerd out with a little bit of Soul. The love is viral show is a lived media production. Macy Johnson has come to the conclusion that it's not the digital age or social media that has become a problem in today's society. But rather it's the user error stuff off my rumination shipped with it and the intention behind how we use it to connect. Please see as an award-winning essayist editor and journalist with a deep in training for human beings and a fiery passion for smacking her readers in the face with life unlocking truth. She writes reports boldly and introspectively about topics to challenge the status quo in the Realms of fulfilling relationships and mental health popular culture women's issues and the nuances of self optimization in this episode. We discuss how social media has contributed to higher suicide rates the importance of seeing past the stage post and staying authentic on social media why we need to be aware of how the content we can see affects our mood and mental health and the challenge parents are facing raising kids and how to support them all they discover who they are not who anyone else wants them to be Lucy Johnson has worked with a diverse range of authors song. And spiritual thought leaders including Deepak Chopra Daymond, John and Gabrielle Bernstein. She founded the Wonder report in 2018 and her words could be read in a variety of top print and digital media sources including Cosmopolitan Marie Claire popsugar o the Oprah Magazine and others many of which have been syndicated by Apple news MSN and Yahoo! Millions of times places also deep in the process of authoring her first month which vividly explores and reveals her unexpected Evolution through pregnancy and new motherhood. Let's Dig Inn. Hi, this is Janette Snyder and welcome back to the love is viral show. I am so happy to have with me today Lacy Johnson. Thank you for joining me. Yay. So happy to be here. I do you always I know we have such a deep conversations from the very first one. Yeah, Lacy interviewed me for peace. When it my book first came out and like we ended up like just hitting it off and I was pregnant and we were tucked for like two hours and I remember I had another like interview for another story afterwards and I was just like I don't even care like I'm not I'm going to give myself like ten minutes to prepare because I I'm just soaking up every delicious second of this conversation. That's how I feel too when we have when we talk because I feel like we both have a love of words, right and we both have found ways to express very deep emotions and very deep feeling through words and connects with people in the page. And that's one of the things I love about your craft and I just I I love following you. I love what you're about and you dead. You recently were interviewed and you've been talking a little bit about this out there in the world, especially with what's going on with our lovely Global pandemic about social media and I was like, okay we have to have this conversation because this is something that I'm struggling with and I've got little people at home who are learning their relationship with technology and we took a time where the only way to connect in a lot of ways is digitally but who are we any more? Yeah, that's that's you know, I've actually been fascinated by this subject for a few years. I've written I wrote a few essays about social media and my relationship with it and observations. I've made with friends and and experiences we've had together. I thought I wrote a reported piece believe it was last summer for popsugar with Dr. Kevin Gilliland who's just this incredible psychologist and author and we had such a great conversation about how there's there's some thoughts that reveal that social media has contributed to an increased suicide rate and there's a lot we could talk about with that but it's affecting people of all generations and even more so I mean I've been passionate about this subject before 2020 and now it's like it's confusing for me and I struggle because I also have written pieces for Oprah Magazine and and popsugar about ways to date online and I'm like, okay, so I have this issue with our digital lives, but then I'm also encouraging it and what I what I've the conclusion I I've arrived at is that it's it's not the it's not the the social media. It's not the are, you know necessarily even our digital age. It's user error. It's our relationship. With it and it's Our intention behind connecting like you know what I mean that a hundred percent really have to look at and it's the same way. I mean, honestly if you think about alcohol itself is not bad shopping is not bad sex is not bad, but all of those things can be expressed and inexperienced in a way that could be very harmful to a person. I love that because you know, I'm creating software, right so and and we're using technology and I someone was asking me about my relationship with it because within our app, you know, we want people to use it and with from our perspective. It's always been about Humane technology. And as I was thinking more about it, and the way we presented to people in the way we have people interact through it down on how we have our own relationships with social media. One of the things I came to is very similar is like technology and social media our net neutral. They are a platform. They are a tool they are dead. Amazing way to connect and possibly serve but it's all in how you use it and much like anything else almost like how advertising, you know creates these beautiful images and these ways of believing, you know, the way we look we should look this way or we should buy this or we should have this kind of perception or opinion about X. It's happening. I think with social media as well and I'm curious like when you talk about user error like what advice would you give I think especially I feel like I think it's across gender, right? Oh, yeah, but I think a lot of young women and especially girls when they're coming to social media like they're they're using it based on their peer group that you how do you explain user error? How do you explain like a healthywage approaching and that that's sort of a conundrum because it's like I feel like and also like with Generation Z which was being greatly affected by the suicide rate. There's a lot of bullying and their birth.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Continues on phone lines are open 6519895855 digging into some of the primary results from from the state of Minnesota yesterday with our good friend Max Rhymer. Frequent a roundtable er, also local election analyst expert and all around good guy and taker of amazing Selfies. And I just say that as somebody who also takes Selfies You take great, selfish man. I appreciate the energy. I do like Misa Max. Do you know I have? Ah, I have perfected the art of being a conceited millennial. So practice. All right. So you were getting into some of your takeaways from from yesterday and so? So let's get pick up. Where you where you left off a moment ago, and he said Representative Ilhan Omar one before you, By the way just before you get into some of the some of the things you notice, let's go there for just a second, Did you You have any. Was there any expectation in your mind that perhaps and Tom melt mutes would squeak out a win based off of what had happened over the last few weeks? A re still where you still fairly certain that representative Ilhan Omar was going to walk away with a win last night. I I was always somewhat certain that Ilhan Omar would win reelection. I actually thought that she would over performed even the 60% or the 59%. That she got last night blood fact that 40% of the district and it was a significant number of people, by the way, who showed up with that primary, a significant Ah, significant number of people. The fact that 40% of the district did not vote for her said quite a bit about the pulse of the five right now. I think a lot of people Are dissatisfied Who, Ah lot of people who we might not certainly believe that she has not done a good job representing them, and it does leave an opening. Not that not that it's going to be a walk away win for Republicans CD five, but it absolutely leave the window open to carve out a large chunk of that district, which has been in chaos. The last four months. Well, I think one of the aspects that that is significant and it's going to be very interesting. And this is a big challenge for the Lacy Johnson campaign going forward is going out there and talking to people that supported Anton melted mucus because a lot of the reasons why people are dissatisfied with Ilhan Omar. It's not just partisan. It has to do with her leaving the district It has to do with her not delivering for the district. It has to do with her spending her time and energy and and her platform to you advocate for issues that have nothing to do with seedy five. You know, foreign policy issues and things like that. So there's a lot of frustration. And then you couple that with all of the scandals, you know the marrying her brother, the immigration fraud, the tax fraud, the marrying her consultant and funneling millions Of dollars to that T his firm and so on, and so on. There's a lot of there's a lot of opportunity there for Lacey Johnson to win those people over. I think a lot of the sentiment and a lot of the emotional reasons why people might have supported Anton Melton Mews would transfer very easily and very nicely over to Lacey Johnson. But that is on him. And that is the challenge that that campaign has is getting out there. And talking to those disaffected Ilana disaffected dia fellers who do not necessarily want Ilhan Omar to represent them. That's right. Drew. I think they're spot on. I'd trust a campaign t really pivot. Not not Only I'm messaging but on outreach tactics, too, Because the other thing that you have to keep in mind about Ilana Omar. And I think we're Anton. Once we debrief on this thing where you're going to see a condom, his boat coming from Are in the ST Louis Park communities and then the South Minneapolis community and the Jewish community in both of those areas. Keep in mind. Ilhan. Omar does not want Israel to exist on this planet, and I think that also draw a lot of concerns. Is that become that began Mohr and more blatant as he had gap after Gap effort after gas, you know, show me the Benjamins, baby and things like that. Well, and it it goes without saying, But I'm going to say it anyways. You know what Lacey Johnson has to do is he has to reach enough people right? And it has to. He has to have a strong a ground game, and I bring that up because It says there's a slim chance but there is a chance, but he needs support. And he needs dollars in order to get his message out to the people because you're looking at a community that does Have strong beliefs. And I believe that individuals that have strong beliefs even if they're not believes that I carry. I respect individuals that have a belief in something and those individuals and to believe, regardless of what it is, they do believe There is a sense of being rational and and being willing to look at an individual and what they conduce beyond somebody who's just out there Voting down a party line and I would like to believe and I could be completely mistaken. But I'd like to believe That with a really intense and strong ground game that Lacey Johnson if you reached if he reached enough people with his message of what he could do for 75 he could alleviate any fears that they have and perhaps get individuals who would never think Voting against their party to go and do just that. Well and then strategically when you think about it, and this is something for every listener out there to consider, as they're giving the candidate they are supporting candidates. Here we carved out Let's call it 38 to 40% of CD five and were able to get about land grab this year. Donald Trump is going to win statewide and Jason Lewis is goingto win. Stay wide as well. Because DD five they run up the score so high on the DFL side that before an election is even called SETI five, getting flipped 80 20 every time the DFL Statewide become incredibly difficult. But if we got about 40 42 45% of lazy snuck out a victory in that district this year. We would win a wide. There was no question about it. Yeah, And that is that. That's that analysis is absolutely spot on on. All you've got to do is go look at the last couple of election cycles, last few election cycles and look at the time that statewide races got called for the D F l Look how quickly the walls Johnson race got called in 2016. Look how quickly the Senate races The PLO Bashar races have gotten called. Why were they able to call them at 801? You know, a minute? Or two after the polls closed its because they watch what happens in the Metro specifically in seedy five. They just look at turnout numbers..

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A lot for stopping by lots going on walks to get to next hour we'll have our share of mark lamb but now county Arizona bottom of this hour it's going to be Lacy Johnson he's running for district five as a Republican out of Minnesota against you on Omar he's a guy I've been in the community a long time he's a guy that's been bringing sides together for a long time he's the right choice for that part of Minnesota right now you need a voice a local voice like laci to step up you know you want Mar her daughter the other day was tweeting out about gathering in and organizing and meeting here and bring water not milk for the tear gas and pepper spray I mean this is a radical but you don't need an office who's raising people have this ideology wheels also note you are no more it's filled with hate when it comes to Jews and so on so you need somebody in there who's gonna actually look out for people of that district and this is the right guy we talked about what's happening in the city and much much more stick around for that at the bottom of the hour me time back to the phones at one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty let me say hello and welcome to online one is Sadie in Michigan I see what's going on hello thanks Michael you bet I want to just kind of something else okay how well that this whole the whole hello no it's not a okay but according to KSTP which is Minneapolis channel five huh John and the guy that yet my off the guy had me on a diet that nice coworkers at Boston Medical opponent and yeah I know it is well Hey it's not active it's not clear whether they knew each other they did at some point work at the same club we don't know if they work at the same time at the same club but having said that George Floyd is very dead there's nothing acting here this is not a hoax I don't see that at all no well if you're just on stuff that I've seen I am I'm wondering is it possible that because but last week trying to destroy trump in the corona virus doesn't seem to be doing that okay let's have a taste for five and three right well again I'm gonna I watched the video did you watch the video you think the guy speaking like he died I don't know that you could fake like that that number that the ambience and never checked and they just put him in that's not phone call for the EMG for some protocol for cops have is the the guys there for nine minutes either well that do we know that the full pressure is applied to the next you can have your knee on somebody that and the guy if he knows what he's supposed to do since I love you I love you like is like a sister I I love you like crazy this is the nuts the most ninety thing I've ever heard in my life I'm gonna let you go because it's actually bothering me I gotta be honest with you eight eight nine and one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero because for that to have been an act the play dead like that I.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Find out more and get informed and vote for this man in November. Last question has to be this and and I. I really do see this when somebody like. Yulon Omar's daughter tweets out Cologne comrades. Let's all gather over here and don't bring milk bring water if there's going to be tear gas and pepper spray. That's inciting more writing. That's inciting more looting if leadership isn't going to step up and stop this. What has happened in your opinion? Let's say you are the congressman from that district. What do you need to do to step up and save businesses say people's houses and get Minneapolis back to some sense of peace? Well first of all you start with the law and we don't want in laws you start with people's constitutional right at the Tissot governor protests and then you save on the things that we've been talking about your businesses. I mean targeted assigned to full out of this community. Because of what's happened I the whole community does and so we need to educate people and that's the way of going about things and two wrongs a right and we need real really get people to understand that and once again look at the chart term solution talk about search draft lose it is about long term solution some of the things that I mentioned earlier in a bit and they understand you respect you as a person because you have the right messenger and so those would be the message that I will get out to to the community to try to calm things down. Route this steering it up like this Omar Bar mayor saying out there. It's just not least you. It's it's Lacy Johnson. I think it would be a great leader from Minneapolis and for that district. I hope that he wins. District five is is the job. He's vying for that on Omar's district right now at your thoughts on what you just heard plus your thoughts on the rioting and the looting that continues in the week leadership. That hasn't stopped it and this is this is an action that is this. These are radical groups working together to cause upheaval anarchy and to somehow fund the police. And it's not okay. We gotTA keep on standing up and making our voices heard want to hear from you. One eight hundred five zero one. Seventy Eighty JOEPAGS DOT COM. When we come back was the weekend with joepags. It's a one eight hundred five zero one. Seventy one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight year old time for your phone calls here. Let me say hello and welcome to the line for. It's Mike in Maine Mike. What's going on how you doing taking my call you bet which having I WanNa tell you I heard the last couple of callers. One guy was claiming the next cop and then those behind him that didn't seem to know Which way is up now? I think these two people were sent to and you probably got a hint. It's either Eric holder. Sent them to call you or ship one or the other either way. I didn't have time to to to put up with. It is foolishness out there. Then there's truth out there. I try to stay with the truth. Yeah well anyway. The other thing is I live in Maine obviously You know the governor is Janet Mills We were supposed to turn back to reality in June first and now she just extended this mass thing. She's driving restaurants Class people out of business and it's a tragedy but Then I thought well like people think. What's the solution to this? You said well what should DONALD TRUMP DO I think. Donald Trump should make sure that all the churches in the country stay open and no restrictions on crowd size because the people that are praying for this country. The only for this country and I think that doesn't happen. We lost. I mean you look at the insanity going on right now. It's it's beyond. It's beyond anything you could name Stupidity Ignorance Communism Nazism That's where we're at right now and unless people turn to God and find out what is really going on. According to what he says well loss man. We're lost forever. This country has lost. Mike I hear you I appreciate it. Thanks open line now. One eight hundred five zero one. Seventy Eighty Michelle is in Minneapolis. Michelle was evident. Listen TO EVERY DAY. I just wanted to give you a real time perspective. My parents live in Minneapolis They live down by one of the lake quizzes. A very prestigious area their next door neighbor Has had a.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"E. McAllister was his best friend I was in the maybe someone unfamiliar position to him of trying to in doing more for him than he could for me and he did a lot for me but but I was always conscious that he was doing a lot for a lot of people all the time and a lot of demand for his wallet into his schedule and I just wanted to have a friendly conversation and it's our friendship took off from there the greatest thing that ever happened to me other than for my kids and grandkids E. McAlister's kindness and generosity was set to be contagious for those of us that never had the opportunity to meet P. E. McAllister Robert has a pretty good description love our history and the art and culture in we got to where we are today generous hi the only funny he loved his martinis you love this chocolate he loved his properties from Wendy's and he enjoyed being around people who shared his philosophy of giving the love the love the written word he loves traveling and if he could do something for you he did it in Indianapolis would simply not even close to where we are today without him in his leadership and philanthropy and giving we all like a good laugh and did you know that the spear that Pete brought to this city I mean it if you a who's who of Indiana and Indianapolis ask people what they think about D. Mitch Daniels Mike pence Jim Morris mark miles Lacy Johnson glued Eric Holcomb the list goes on and on and on and on a number of people who would who would have dropped anything to do a favor for P. is as long as they get Jim kill what Albert in most Columbia University Dr Kelly Harding has been examining the phenomenon of giving and our health in a book called the rabbit affecting she says quote it helps the.

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"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lacy johnson" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Thank you so much for joining me today. I love Lizzie full stop baby Adriana is a lucky girl. I am. So appreciative of how she unravels her process and gives us a look at what is like to be a child who has lost a parent, and how the ways in which we relate to children dealing with grief may not be serving them. You can finally see on Instagram at the Lacey Johnson Lacey, and I talk about going deep into the work uncover your messaging, which is the cardinal point of my new book, Lor harnessing, your past to create your future. Get into the work with me. Laura is available now on Amazon and Barnes and noble dot com. As always please subscribe to this podcast leave review and don't forget to share with your friends. I'm always interested in content that bliss, so if you have things you'd like to hear about please share them with me in the comments. You can also find me on Instagram at MS dot net Schneider or Twitter at MSG rights. If you want some help moving toward that intentional life. Join me every week on my intention journey. I'm inviting you totally free from my heart. Your inbox sign up for my love notes at genetic Neider dot com and before you even wake up on Monday mornings. There will be a huge Joseph motivation waiting for you. Yes. I will wake you up on Monday morning with intention, setting prompts and give you some tips as to what is setting my soul on fire on Fridays. I'm going to remind you to let go retard and love yourself up with himself care prompts to get present new downtime intentional living is where it's at y'all until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day.

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