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The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 1 d ago

The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

"There is this kind of raging debate around abortion in our country. It shouldn't be much of a debate. And let's just kind of start at the basics, which is for a listener right now who might be agnostic on it without knowledge or just kind of people can make whatever decision as they see fit. What's wrong with that perspective? Why should a listener the Charlie Kirk show care about life? Yeah. Amen. I gave a talk to a Republican women's group recently in Simi Valley about why conservatives actually have to be pro life if you want to call yourself a conservative. And our founders said we hold these truths to be self evident, right? The translation for that for gen zers is duh. You know, we hold these truths to be done. This is obvious. It's axiomatic that we're endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights. And of course, he put the right to life first. And Reagan talked about this at length in his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. Reagan, former governor of California used to be pro choice. And actually had some blood on his hands because of some bad bills. Yeah, he did. And doctor Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School who started the national right to life committee. Once gave a defense of the pro life position, so persuasively on TV, Reagan watched it, wrote her a letter and said that he had become pro life because of her presentation. And he wrote his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. And he makes his point, I think, to your question about why life is the most fundamental right and why we as conservatives need to get that right right. He says that Abraham Lincoln recognized that we could not survive as a free country, as long as some men could decide that others are not fit to be free. And should therefore be slaves. Likewise, we can not survive as a free land today, as long as some men can decide that others are not fit to live. And should therefore be abandoned to abortion and infanticide. So there is no cause more important than affirming than the transcendent right to life of all human beings. The right without which no other rights have any

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The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 d ago

The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

"There's a piece in the federalist Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT

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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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Tucker Carlson: Biden Gives Baby Formula to Illegals, Not Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 2 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Biden Gives Baby Formula to Illegals, Not Americans

"Let's listen again some more of Tucker Carlson cut number 9 talking a little bit about the baby food, the formula being sent to the border, but not to Americans. You're seeing footage from our Bill illusion right on the screen when the only reporters who've been covering the disaster or border, the pictures you're looking at show a group of more than a hundred illegal aliens crossing into this country, Eagle Pass Texas. Now there are only two border patrol agents on the scene, clearly they're outmatched. By the way, they're not coming from Mexico, they're coming from faraway places like Venezuela and Cuba, which by the way is an island where they come in because Joe Biden left our screen door open. Once they get here, the Biden administration will give them food supplies that you can't buy. And those would include baby formula. A Florida congresswoman called cat cam X is these illegal aliens are getting quote pallets of baby formula from the Biden administration. As kamek put it quote, they are sending pallets. Pallets of baby formula to the border. Meanwhile, in our own district here at home, we can not find baby formula. We reached out to customs and border protection to find out how much baby formula the agency has purchased they would not tell us. It's not their duty to respond to the public apparently, but they didn't deny that they had bought it. Spokesman told us that quote, ensuring migrants and formula is in line with this administration's commitments. So how much money does people gonna take, you wonder? It's two humiliating. How much more are people going to take? It's hard to believe anymore that this is all accidental. This is by design. This is absolutely deliberate. These catastrophes are intentionally self afflicted.

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Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | 3 d ago

Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

"Before we talk about big tech, you were the publisher, human events, fabulous, and newspaper. For those who are not familiar with it, because it's like this silent conservative success story, what say a little bit about human events before we move on to big tech. Oh, sure, yeah. It was Ronald Reagan favorite magazine, but it was basically defunct for about 5 years from about 2014 to 2019. At the time I bought it with Raheem kassam and had him as EIC. We split pretty quickly, but I think we brought back a very higher a little bit of a higher aesthetic. A lot of the early human events articles, especially when I was publishing, were really beautiful art from Ian miles Chong, who's actually on Twitter, one of his most people know I'm just from his tweets, but you wouldn't know that he's actually a very talented graphic artist. And so much of the beautiful art that was on the articles was there. And we just had a lot of very good interesting contributions. I was really trying to push at the time, push the right towards this kind of more almost like pragmatic ruthlessness and achieving things. It kind of connects to big tech because when I was on the aggressive action on big tech, bandwagon back in 2018, 2019 when most conservatives, I think we're still a little hesitant about trying to regulate it because they come from this predisposition. Small government, small government type thing. And we were just really trying to push, no, no, no, that's, in this case, that's a self defeating principle.

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Newest Polling Data Raises Alarm Bells for the Biden Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 4 d ago

Newest Polling Data Raises Alarm Bells for the Biden Regime

"You're staring down the barrel of right now. Biden only gets 82 percent of his 2020 vote. 82% of his 2020 vote. And that's only 84% among Democrats. So he's only doing slightly better with partisan Democrats than he is over with his overall base, which is a distressing distressing signal. So if we're going to break this down one level more, okay? The base is upset with their president. 25% of Biden 2020 voters disapprove of his job and get this. Biden's disapproval is 27% of self proclaimed liberals. This is the disapproval rating. 19% among Democrats, which is a slightly more partisan hardened partisan group. 25% among African Americans. So that means basically he's got 75 of the African 75% of the African American vote, which is a huge slip. Is disapproval rating is 40% among urban voters. And this is where it gets really, really juicy. 57% among women, I mean, that's like, that's earth shattering. If you're a Democrat, political operative, you're looking at that number 57% among women disapproval rating. And you are having a panic attack. You are ringing that Democrats tend to win the female vote. I have to say, it's partly because women tend to be more relationally based, more emotional in their decision making. I'm not trying to be negative or I'm not being critical of women out there, but this is the way God just made us and we celebrate the sexes and the strengths and the differences. Democrats tend to appeal to emotions, purely emotions, and they tend to win that. So when you see a number that says 57% of women do not support or disapprove of Joe Biden's job ratings, that is a fire alarm folks.

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 4 d ago

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Celebrity chef Mario Batali acquitted of sexual misconduct

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

Celebrity chef Mario Batali acquitted of sexual misconduct

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Joe Biden: 'The Strength That We Build Is Inflation'

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 5 d ago

Joe Biden: 'The Strength That We Build Is Inflation'

"Go ahead I build a strong we've built a strong economy with a strong job market No you haven't built a damn thing you fool I mean ultra full And build a thing How did he build a strong economy He brought an immense overarching Brutal government Go ahead I agree with what chairman Paul said last week that the number one threat is the strength and that strength that we built is inflation Oh the strength that we build is inflation What strength does he talking up now This guy has gone full psycho He's delusional self delusional So in addition to being I mean clearly in the early if not mid stages of dementia and I say that actually without trying to be funny in any respect because it's a horrible horrible disease He is utterly delusional but he's always been delusional He's always been a liar

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Accuser testifies in Mario Batali sexual misconduct trial

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Accuser testifies in Mario Batali sexual misconduct trial

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US, Italy united on Ukraine, with slightly different tones

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

US, Italy united on Ukraine, with slightly different tones

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Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last week

Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills

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Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

"Through kind of what we would consider to be kind of post World War II liberalism. If I were to be honest, in 2014 and 15, I was kind of naive enough to believe that real conservatives were actually small L liberals that we are the defenders of classical liberalism. You push back against this and you kind of also reject some of the fusionism of the 1960s and kind of some of the liberal movements post World War II. For some of our audience that isn't as well read into that. Give them a little bit of a taste of exactly what happened post World War II with this kind of quote unquote neoliberal orthodoxy that set in and how some even self described conservatives would play ball with that. Sure. I mean, the truth is that the conservative movement in the 1960s, which was put together the quarterback was, as you know, was William Buckley. But it was actually an alliance of liberals and conservatives, liberals, meaning people who are people are mostly concerned with individual freedoms and conservatives who are much more concerned with the question of how do we maintain and transmit things from one generation to the next. And the reason for the coalition, I mean, there's lots of times in places where liberals and conservatives were in different opposing political parties, opposing movements. But in the 1960s with the rise of socialism, you know, sort of across the board in America and Britain and other democracies. And the threat of communism, obviously, of the Soviet communism, which was expanding rapidly. So in that situation, the right was kind of reconstituted as an alliance between liberals and conservatives.

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Charlie's Dating Advice to 'Red Specks' in a Sea of Blue

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | Last week

Charlie's Dating Advice to 'Red Specks' in a Sea of Blue

"Hi, Charlie. I'm a young conservative guy in the bluest state in the country. I'm a big blue city. So dating is a struggle. So what's your advice to young conservatives that are red specs in a sea of blue and also how do you feel about dating apps? Yeah, so I'm not a huge fan of dating apps, but so I will have an opinion here that will really get people. You should not date people that have different politics than you. You should not. And the reason I believe you should date for the intent to marry. I don't think date is a hobby. I think dating is an interview process. And I know that is a minority opinion. I'm most college campuses where date is a mechanism for, I don't know, companionship amongst other things. And so I believe that you and Berkeley is gonna be tough. You're gonna have to hopefully only date people in alignment with your values, right? That doesn't mean you can't have friends with people that disagree with you. But dating is a very serious thing. So how do you go about doing that? Well, thankfully, at turning point USA, all the conservatives in the front of red shirts on, so maybe you can introduce yourself to somebody. But yeah, look, I will say this that try to associate or marry or date somebody that does share your deeply held values. I think that's very, very important. And secondly, I will say that which is men in general who have difficulty finding women generally have a couple of problems. And this is not directed towards you. I just met you. So please, we're good. If I say this, okay. Most men are beta males. With very little to any very little to any detectable testosterone, like the radar is trying their best. Men, I believe, especially in this time of moral and societal chaos need to get back into what it means to be a spiritually physically and mentally strong man, which I believe, which I believe includes stopping, watching pornography, which I believe means working out on a regular basis, and I believe also understanding that the most desirable quality that young ladies look for in men, according to my big survey of all of our listeners, is self control.

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Elon Musk Is Clearly Having Fun on Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Elon Musk Is Clearly Having Fun on Twitter

"Elon Musk is clearly having fun on Twitter. And it's nice. I mean, if you're gonna spend $44 billion to buy the platform, you may as well have a little fun. And I think what we're seeing from Musk is a little bit more self expression than we're used to because I've followed Musk for a while and typically he was he would post things that were going on with SpaceX and things going on with Tesla once in a while he'd offer a comment, but it looks like he's, well, I can't say letting his hair down. He's got a little bit of the king Kim Jong-un style. So he can't really let his hair down. But he's having fun. And he's really showing by example what it means to have free speech. By which I mean that you've got all these people bashing Elon Musk. In fact, here is a comment by someone on Twitter. They say that Elon Musk has invited the world to abuse them verbally on his own property. That's my definition of a gracious and generous host. And Elon Musk has a rye, but very telling response, he goes, freedom of speech means freedom of speech.

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The Regime Wants to Undermine a Parent's Role in Raising Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

The Regime Wants to Undermine a Parent's Role in Raising Children

"Now we've warned for a while that the perspective of the regime and the administration and the Democrat party and the Democrat machine is that they do not want parents to be in charge of their kids education. Terry McAuliffe said this when he was running for governor of Virginia, which resulted in him getting obliterated and making a total fool of himself when he probably gave like a drunken sloppy concession speech to now governor youngkin and Virginia. The thermonuclear weapon against the left that they never expected is them actually admitting out loud that parents aren't in control of their kids. Now this is something we know has existed, but they've usually, they've usually disguised it. They've camouflaged it. They don't admit it. But now they're leading with it. Now they are defending this idea that teachers are sovereign. That parents, you take a back seat that as soon as you drop your child off at school, the moment that you put them into a public school, you are not in charge, and it does ask the question who is sovereign. Who calls the shots? Well, in a western culture, in a biblical culture, in a culture that respects the tradition of the family, the parents call the shots, not the state, the state, the government, serves at the, they serve because the parents and the adults have given them the power. But as long as families remain self sufficient, patriotic, and conservative in nature, then a radical revolution in the country tends to kind of continue to misfire.

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Christopher Phillips: Self-Educated to Become Conservative

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Christopher Phillips: Self-Educated to Become Conservative

"What was it Were your parents conservatives I mean I'm genuinely curious How someone like you tough sit out with this urge on college campuses to be popular and be an influencer the easiest way to do it is to be a liberal and you said no I'm going to stay conservative What was it Do you have conservative parents You read a lot what's the trick Well you know I mean all I did was go up there and ask a question I'm not the savior or anything but the truth is I think it was really kind of organic I love my parents so much but we do not share the same political beliefs rational extent Again from Southern California it was not a product of my environment I think when I was younger maybe about an 8th grade actually was the 2016 election That is kind of my age And I was kind of when I became politically aware and the DNC started coming up on the radio and things like that And I listened to that I said okay that makes some sense And then the RNC came afterward and it's like no no that's right I agree with that a lot more And so being a young person I really sort of got into it And I absorbed all the material like could I really did my best to educate myself you know now that I'm entering college I realize there's so much more to learn But I really think that I just I think I pushed myself sort of on an individual level It was not a product of my environment at all So being a young person I was kind of heavy in my youth And I actually lost a lot of weight I think because I adopted the conservative mentality of self dependence You know you're responsible for your own state And I lost a ton of weight and that kind of solidified it for me That personal sort of impact that the ideology had on me So really it has just been something that has come out from within And I'm really excited because it's a passion of mine and something I want to follow in my career So I feel blessed truly to be of this understanding and to have had all the opportunities that I've had

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"It's okay not gonna stop it. Drop it. I'm going to brace who i am. I'm not going to be insecure. Just because you're impatient so listen Visit our web sites and let's start out with self learning studios learning that comes. I almost got it in progress. And then he known on with so studios are sponsor of coaching. Anything going on was studios learning working on our fall courses which will be released soon but you can follow us on social media at south street learning and i remember. There's also another website that you you might stance over to if you finish with studios are now self. Help me out kijang. Not to healthy south studios learning can age as help studios went on next week. Go get it. So what when when you finish with help heels learning. I told you. I had a spelling glitch. Now i have this glitch. Glitches the thing. I mentioned my spell. English wants to you before but anyway so visit self. Coaching dot net see. That's another great website where you could learn more about our self coaching philosophy. And while you're there. I would appreciate it if you check out my latest number one bestselling book unlearn ing anxiety and depression. The four step self coaching program to reclaim your life so until next time remember that being victimized by emotional struggle it's not an option and by definition victims are powerless. And you are not powerless. So remember everything is hard until you make it simple. So join my apple of daughter lauren. And every week could say anything about me learn. I'm the enjoying me the orange door. Okay okay and join me in lauren. Every week and let's make it simple to reach down surrender. There is more than a scenes even reach out a..

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"You <hes> know like actually i take myself into a place of healing differently just because of my thoughts which i know is typical for everybody but but once we become aware of that we can actually choose differently. Choose it's always a favorite word of mine and one way to really up your game. When it comes to minimizing or diminishing inferiority or insecurity is to realize catch yourself when you're thinking you know catch those thoughts pay. I call it active mind. Pay little attention. And when you hear yourself saying certain things especially bitter things about wanting people to to fail or competing with someone else's attention or whatever it may be when you when you start hearing those kind of small minded thoughts catch it catch an ask yourself. Where's that coming from. Is that coming from my mature healthy mind or is that coming from a historical inferior insecure. Place i call it. The insecurity habit of course. And if it's not from your healthy mind then activate your mind and realise you have a choice. Stop it drop it so so. I think it's important to realize that we have. We do have The duality if you will not schizophrenic sense. We have something in someone that we talked to. Well talk to that apple or orange and if if that apple is trying to become a different fruit put it in its place and you know. Let's let's start embracing who we need to be not the distortions and the delusions that are perpetrated by insecurity all that. Well i guess. I guess since you're amending broadcast let's before we end. Let's just say there are a few things you can do cognitive behavioral therapy what. That's all about reframe some of those thoughts and before you say another amen. I mean just mentioned a couple of things that you should do you know. Start reframing those thoughts turning them into positives or at least neutralising them and stepping apart from the negatives positive affirmations. Our minds are very plastic. Pliable thoughts shape our personalities and positive thoughts have an immense benefit overall wellbeing. So again mold and shape your mind. Those positive affirmations matter you know. What if. I could really be who i am. I could stop feeling competitive and feeling less than it's time for me to start embracing who i am regardless of what. My insecurity says is a deficit. That's a judgment. You know it's lemons to lemonade. Whenever you perceive or your insecurity has declared as deficit flip it over become something more than that become who you are in spite of any limitations that you perceive to be a limitation and keep a journal. That's one way to really see what we're talking about today. Because when you write it out and really see the small-minded reactions of inferiority it may be startling to realize that's me. I feel that way. So yeah so learn. <hes> reframing maintaining journal positive affirmations. That's a a a good kind of structure to go bayreuth when you're trying to minimize Inferiority immense to get an got we got to. Aymen's i think i think lauren you know a nice sunny day and i learned. That's it's beach weather for you. And i can tell this. Podcast is not measuring up to kill him always end with such self deprecating. Inferiority complex thoughts will the because that's because why in orange the eib issuer apple sometimes anyway so it was fun. What are you laughing it. are you laughing at. I can't quite late live at. Are you laughing at me. Kind of i'm not going to get the front i can finish your self deprecating. Thought so a vote the way that you said you were going to end it on a while. He didn't say. I just assumed you're gonna ended the high note and you started that way and then you're right back to us. Being inferior beings. The whole interior already is being sensitive to criticism in now. Left seemed so critical. It was just a like.

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"Feelings are nothing more than faulty miscalculations of your truth. What's that truth will let me reiterate. There's nothing wrong with huge. Never was affecting. Apples headed so just extroverted. Wow very and i'm trying to fully live in my lauren s right now. They're introverted and extroverted fruits. That would be an introverted fruit. Think pineapples it'd be extroverted point deal. Thanks introverted maybe. We'll do a podcast this on it. I don't want anyone to fall asleep. Probably a cantaloupe would be interested but when you were saying your pep talk. It made me think too. When you're saying that you know there's nothing wrong with you there never was. It's kind of like you create your own comparisons in your own inferiority and it's so funny that our mind constantly speaking to us and typically in like a really negative judgmental sort of way you know we would never tolerate living with a roommate or a partner who talked to us the way we speak to ourselves sometimes and so you know the funny thing is that we live with our selves inside of our mind forever and until we become aware of the way that we're treating ourselves and we're kind of stuck with this you living with yourself you know it's like you know it's not a roommate you can get rid of You may not you may not feel. It's the best self to live with the right now. It's the only way you got. So i think we're not even aware that it happens and until we become aware aware that will make you token to me like i when i tell myself stopped a drop it. You know i am talking to myself. So i you're right i'm not. I'm not realizing what i'm doing. But i'm actually talking to another part of myself. Yeah and i felt like oftentimes all respond to the negativity..

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"Chatter comes forty six chromosomes that will ever ever be replicated by anyone else on this planet and enter your uniqueness. I liked that. I liked the fact that being present it. It's not where inferiority resides and so if we live our lives a more present. Fashion more connected fashion. You know we're not willie dwelling on deficits where which is living correctly. And i think. I think that's an important point that what is truth. Distortions of truth are in abundance. Of course that's the inferiority projections. I'm not this. I'm not tall enough. I'm not good looking enough. So so insecurity and inferiority distort a truth and i think the more present you are the more you relax with your life as it is not. Try to make it something. It's not not trying to be an orange. if you're an apple the more you find your own unique fruit nece if you will. I think the more you come closer to your truth. So so is that another way of saying that ultimately when we discard the illusions and delusions of mind that we start to come closer and closer to the truth of what we are and who we are Yes absolutely and you can find that no matter what kind of jeans you're wearing. What kind of fruit do are sorry. Learn to you every week and you probably know. I'm going to apologize once again. You know time just slips by when we were just having so much fun you know you know what time it is. Yes in fact i do. Yeah what time is it. It is time for the coaching. Learning your truth for self concept always putting yourself down you can begin right restored replenishing a healthy self esteem and it all begins within simple truth is nothing wrong.

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"Yeah needing validation it kind of makes sense too because you know you were talking earlier about how people sometimes feel like if they they need to measure up. They need to be in first place. They need to have the best things. And when they're relying on the external world to be their source of validation. There's never going to be a time where you're at peace because as soon as you get the thing you're working on the next thing has to then become mere goal or else you're not going to maintain that that constant feeling of of the world's giving you validation don it's never ending because the source of insecurity is within so no matter what you do externally its transitory peace of mind because then then of course the insecurity starts making again. You have to go onto the next accomplishment. Whatever it might be. Is this attic. That's it'd be like your apple newness and being able to embrace your apple is is a good thing and and i think it's a worthwhile quest but it's probably you know it's easy to think of it in terms of a metaphor but what is it that we're we're trying to embrace within us if if the external manifestation of of what we're after is just money power status popularity led kind of stuff. What is it that we need to look for within. He have any clue..

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"The more the american psychological association would say self esteem more to the point. But the way using these interchangeably. And i think everyone has an idea. What inferiority complex means it's it's used quite frequently generically so we're talking about you know growing up and and maybe you know trying to compensate for that which we feel has More or less been lacking in us. And that's why like what you say about your apple nece in the in that. Play when you were able to recognize that being the only apple in that play. You found a way to be okay. Ain't nothing wrong with you. Right so yeah. It's interesting too because as humans where the only species that actually has a relationship with ourselves and as you're speaking to the apple and the orange i mean. Obviously that was fantasy but With the as humans like we actually do interact with ourselves constantly and so there's this mind made version of ourselves. That's kind of dependent on our thoughts and we speak to ourselves as if somebody else. We talked to ourselves in the second person saying like what. How did how did you let that happen. I can't believe you did this or i can't believe you failed at that and it's almost shocking when you hear yourself doing it because it's like well who who is talking new and why are you talking to yourself in such a unfriendly way. Are you talking to me be. Yeah but that. I think that's where our self esteem is made through our our mind creation like it. We decide you know through our thoughts through our conditioning. Whether or not we're enough and so you know everybody does it to some extent but i think sometimes we ask ourselves like what if what if we are enough like. How does that change things. If we actually allow ourselves to be instead of constantly criticising. It's a lot of this. You know when you say keeping up..

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"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

Self-Coaching

04:31 min | 10 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Coaching

"Dreams the surrender. There is more than a seems. Hold on by hard. This is dr. Joe cini along with my wonderful daughter. You liked that line wonderful yes love and co host lawrence simonian welcoming you to another session of self coaching. Where real life emotional struggle whether it's depression anxiety relationship conflict losing weight or simply handling life's challenges.

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"self" Discussed on Self Determination

Self Determination

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"self" Discussed on Self Determination

"Hello, my name is Joey. I always speak to you on how to become a successful student in career pursuit. In this life of us the manager lives is actually not the way we think go around people suffer even in school. You find it difficult to eat and most of these and the developed world. So the world is actually the emotion and the driving force trying to pull you down. So things go wrong, things go right, depending on the one you see yourself. So you have to be strong in yourself. Believe in the spirit you have of succeeding. There's actually more power in spoken words and achievement. So you have to actually give yourself a hope. So whenever you see a way possible for Detroit, you can actually come and pass those steps. To see yourself being higher in the possibilities like people who say things that are good, you said things that are wrong. You shouldn't be putting in your mind, being demoralized, having these of what if you write to someone, she always see yourself at the top that is the key to achieving a ten in a light in life. Because even those who, if you write book by Mandela, he was one of the thing about triumph and against the world is certain that you can always be the best in whatever you do. That's the good I've seen that one car. I try to be the one in the best. When one is ready to become one. This is actually quotes from Rhode Island. He was also administered to all star. Even as we see ourselves, if you are being subjected to some trials and also some difficulties in life, we still see ourselves as being able to try out the power such that. So life being yourself as an optimistic is better understood. A voice known to encourage us. I still remember who always be there to tell you how things go this word how to manage yourself, become who you are, becomes actually inches a lot. OCU on my next journey, same time same station..

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"self" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"self" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"Start about how this all came together. I mean you've written this book about focusing on growth and best practices to help yourself come stay focused on growth of course but primarily focused on growth while at the same time avoiding mental burnout. Which right now. I think is a great thing to be talking about. Because a lot of people because of the covid nineteen pandemic just being stuck indoors a lot more partial quarantines uncertainty about going outside and being able to interact with other people are going through these cycles of sort of highs and lows and then hitting plateaus in terms of mental burnout. So let's start with that. How did you come up with the idea for the self help. Oh so basically. I was inspired about three years ago to lead a group at church that i used to attend In a pastor at the time win me to start a group around biblical leadership and entrepreneurship. And i started teaching. Something called taming. The line which is a four part series now decided. I wanted to write a book called taming the lion. The problem was i'm i would never consider myself to be a high level rider. I got average grades throughout like english class in literature in high school and college and so that just became like a self fulfilling prophecy of thinking that i'm not a good writer so with that being said i spent a year on trying to write this book and i guess you could say i got writer's block however one of my good friends a long time ago inspired me to start writing blogs which is much less of a responsibility than like writing a book And you don't have to think that you're a great writer to write a blog at three hundred words or five hundred words thousand works and so i started writing this blog just because of a regular cadence of writing one every month or two. It was called five ways to never stop growing in. This blog ended up being. Don't remember eight thousand words or something which is way longer than my normal blog In normally what i do is i'll write a blog and record it onto my podcast in like ten fifteen minutes this would have been like forty five minutes away too long for a typical structure and i thought about it. It was what. I thought to be a great blog but it was way too long and i thought you know i left a lot out. I could revisit this teaching expand on it may be true three times longer in publishing as a bump to get some experience publishing a book so that we could revisit the original idea. And that's what i did in so it was a lot easier to tackle the idea of writing a book whenever you already sort of created the manuscript as a blonde format way less of a commitment. And so that's what i did and i just revisited. Each thing and i created an intro and in altro whatever conclusion and pursue publishing agency in did all the steps to get where we are now. Yeah that's really cool. and so. How did you overcome sort of that initial imposter syndrome to begin with because you hit writer's block you're already convincing yourself going into it that you're not really a great writer and i know that the the blog helps and impart the podcast has been the same for me right. I kind of wanted to develop more content for myself. Now i'm an attorney fulltime. That's sort of my that is my full-time gig and so writing was more writing was not what i want so i thought to myself you know how. How can i get more content out and obviously you could. Do you know instagram. Or linked in stories or record yourself in post those videos as a sort of log series instead or something along. Those lines develop a youtube channel. There are multiple avenues in the blog. Was that for you but in your story there you talk about how that first year you hit a lot of writer's block. How did you overcome that and get yourself back on track. It's all by getting the reps in. I'm not a person that thinks. I'm particularly great at a lot of things but i do aspire to be and so i know the the practical approach to that is just to keep trying in the best way for me is to keep for example. If i wanted to write a book. I need to write a bunch of blogs. Because if i can't think through finishing this big hairy audacious goal. I can at least commit to a five hundred word blog from time to time and honestly from me. What helps me. Because i never thought myself and i still don't really consider myself to be a great writer but i know that i'm a relatively good teacher in speaker and so a lot of times when i'm inspired to speak on something naturally Why have to put an outline together. So i can speak on this topic in it ends up being a blog so i sort of immersed engineer that thought process of like why know that. I'm pretty good at speaking of teaching. What in order to get there. I need to write an outline. Let me ride outline for a teaching and then that thought process becomes way easier than like. I need to write a blog this month. Should i ride on. It's really more or less would want wanna teach on. And then how do i write an outline for that in building with you know the content necessary so for me. That's it. I just find a half on like how can i don't particularly like riding. But i love the outcome. I love to teach. I love to encourage empower others to live happier healthier lives and so in order to do that. You need you need content is the key. So that's how i approach it. Yeah and i like the way that you put that that you you know that that sort of a weakness for you but you do like the the dopamine that you get from the end result so you can have reverse engineered to how to make it work for yourself and that you like to talk and that got me to thinking when you were talking just now that in a lot of ways that's also another thing that you could do certainly is just record yourself with your phone for example and then take that recording and sort of transcribe it and clean it up and that's already done some of the writing for you really really cool interesting so without giving away your secret sauce because we do want people to go. Check out your book on amazon. Obviously that's part of the reason that you publish the begin. With of course but sorta at a high level without giving away the secret sauce. What can people expect from the book. And what types of best practices are you. Providing people s in the book has been described by multiple people that have left reviews and stuff That it's basically add to do this on how to be a better person and that's perfect for me now. Being unquote better person is totally relative. But again like in the broad general sense of the phrase. that's what i wanted it to be The book's title is the self help book six practical ways to never stop growing. I'm extremely practical person almost to a fault. So this book will give you A lot of thought provoking questions. But then it'll give you practical approaches to overcoming some of the obstacles in your lie and of course the six things confidence competence clarity commitment connections and character right and so i believe that in every season or chapter page of the book of life that you're living in you can grow in one of these areas if not more. It's not all right now. Committing to grow in. All of them is a again. Another big hairy audacious goal may be too big of a task to try to conquer away but even for me. Since i wrote the book picked it back up three or four times. Read through a specific right. If i'm going to be traveling. I'm going to revisit. The connections chapter in brush up on my skills with meeting people in all the creative ways to do that. If i'm having a hard time at work. And i think maybe my leadership ability is is we come to revisit the character thing say it mirrors in my team right and so the book has these steps In these different approaches based off of tried and true principles psychology in my personal experience In the again it's like is less than one hundred pages. You could sit down and read it in two hours. Because i wanted it to be a tool and not another task.

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"self" Discussed on School of Self Made

School of Self Made

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"self" Discussed on School of Self Made

"Have you ever wanted to own your own business and be your own boss while you're in luck because what I do is I teach people how to make money from home through variety of different ways. Online income you're listening to the school of self made my name's Kevin. Let's go. Guys my name is Kevin with the School of self made dot com. And today I wanNA tell you a little secret about how to make like a hundred bucks. Two hundred dollars today cash in your pocket known vestment just a little hustle, right? And all it takes a little hard work. So as long as you can do that and sacrifice a little bit of your time, you can put a couple hundred dollars cash in your pocket today. So I about me though. I've been doing. Everything. From re-selling back in Highschool almost twenty years ago to affiliate marketing to podcasts into drop shipping research on Amazon Ebay those kind of things. Now currently I teach students of mine how to basically make their own income from home. And they can do that in a variety of ways. So they can do what I've done They can also branch out and do some other stuff like through marketing social media. So I kind of have an all encompassing. Lessons, strategies, guides, tips all that which can all be found shortly on my website for totally free in addition, I'll be launching some online courses that you can kind of specialize. Dive a little deeper in certain subjects. My background I have a degree in advertising. Entrepreneurship Minor Business Administration. And really I didn't really care much for college and truthfully I don't think anyone needs to go to college. There's plenty of ways to make your income without going to college, and unfortunately, I didn't find that out into awesome authorities. For the past fifteen years or so I've been a business owner own nine different bars or restaurants different concepts, different locations. And I really learned a lot because no one taught me how to do it. I of was thrown into my first ownership at from sweat equity. So I shouldn't put any money down for it, but I was able to make a hundred forty thousand dollars before I was twenty four years old. So what we're going to do today is talk about a couple of different ways the men come fast. How we doing guys, this is Kevin from the school of self made. You want to start a podcast. I'm telling you the fastest way to start today's with anchor anchor, totally free and really really easy to use. Plus it comes a creation tool..

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"self" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

"What's happening? I am just absolutely tickled to death that you take a little bit of time out today to spend a little bit of time with me to talk about one of my favorite things in self-publishing books. And you know how long we've been talking about it. They're going on sixteen weeks straight of discussing all the different Avenues it rest assured. We're not quite done but this is probably going to be one of the last month or this type of publishing they're going to talk about we're going to switch over into aggregate publishing and audiobook publishing more importantly in the coming weeks. So let's focus on this long last option. Now, this is not to say that I've exhausted every Avenue. I've just hit all the major Avenues some of the areas that people have asked me about the thing with self-publishing a book on off online is it can be overwhelming it can seem like oh my gosh, there's Amazon. There's Apple there's Barnes & Noble. There's Kobo. There's racket since rackets in scope. Oh, I said it twice just coughing. Twice is nice. There's smashwords. There's draft the Jewelers published. Oh my gosh. Well, I thought what better way to break it all down then just do an entire podcast series about this off. So in any event, we're going to be discussing an aggregate publisher an aggregate publisher works like this you upload your content to their platform and they feed it out to numerous Avenues on your behalf. Typically, typically an aggregate publisher takes a percentage of the net profits that come in from the different areas. Okay. Now too bad, there's other ones like published drive that charge a fee a subscription fee to do it since she's not so much like that, but I'm going to put a little bit of an asterisk next to this. So we're going to be talking about Shinji full disclosure song. I'm just curating information here. I've never used them. In fact today. I actually started breaking ground and started uploading an audiobook cuz I'm really curious. They have some Avenues. I don't see a page or through other areas like a CX or find a way voices or published drives. So I said, let's go and give this a shot. There's a little bit of an ambiguity about it though, and I'm going to discuss it here. Get too far ahead of myself. So Shen she's the name of the company. It's spelled x i n x i i and look it up. Yes. It is pronounced Shen. She actually found a video of someone saying it that actually is from the companies and she so european-based company and I always try to cross check to see if they're legit. If any aggregate Publishers good the alliance of Indian authors is one of the best organizations to cross-check any kind of services for self-publishers. You have something that's called the Watchdog service and on that Watch Dog service, they fully vet competition and they don't mince words if there's something a little bit of skew a little bit off. They're not going to recommend it. They'll probably put a caution rating or even avoid it altogether. With Shadow, it gets a recommended rating. Now that is like the top award, you know, there is excellent partner. But since she's not a partner, they're just recommending. So it's without that partner relationship that they have the recommendation. So that speaks volumes ahead of time. Keep in mind Ally the alliance of independent. Authors is run by any authors for any others. Isn't that somebody getting their you know Palms greased saying well, you know, if you give us good words, well, we'll go ahead and pay a little extra. Something doesn't work that way. So in any event, they distribute ebooks and audiobooks but no print books. And so if you're looking for another print-on-demand Avenue Shane, she's not it off. I try to do some digging to see if that was something I was coming any time soon, but I didn't find anything about it. Let's learn. With the books. They accept files. Oh my gosh, like I think thirty different file types. I will mention these ones real briefly here doc ePub PDF. Text PowerPoint. What? Yeah, they accept PowerPoint Excel. Yeah, they accept Excel spreadsheets what PostScript and so many more years. There's no minimum requirement or maximum threshold. Now, I'm going to have a little bit of an asterisk here because I saw they said there's no minimum requirement off. No, ma'am ran out of pages. Technically there is there is and and looks like it too far ahead ourselves here distribution goes out to Amazon the example Bookstore Barnes & Noble Google Kobo Scribd. They have 27 Avenues in total Plus. the shaanxi author page now Shinji author page is essentially a way that you can distribute through the senshi platform and because it's an aggregate publisher. You'll be going to the various Avenues. Let's say you're Distributing ebook over to Amazon. Everybody knows that if you have your book price between 299 and 99 at 70% through Amazon KDP. Well,

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"self" Discussed on Random Acts of Self

Random Acts of Self

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"self" Discussed on Random Acts of Self

"People were regularly trying to cut each other off. To get you know four car lengths ahead of where they were. And I get it I've been that person before. But, then I decided to reframe it and in psychology, reframing is when you take the same situation and just decide you choose to look at it in a different way. So sitting there and traffic what I rather be home. Yup, what I rather be almost anywhere else. Probably. So. I can sit here and be mad and flip off the car next to me and try to make make it so that I. don't leave enough room for anyone to cut in front of me. All you're doing is you're adding stress so every time you block someone every time he tries zoom in a lane. Every time you get frustrated, there's like a hundred stresses boom right there in that point so instead. Let's reframe things you don't have time for self care because you're busy cool, but you're in traffic. You can still use that for self care. No matter how pissed off you get, and how Karen that you? WanNa go on the next car. You Ain't going nowhere sister so. Used that time to listen to an audio book. Listen to that music that nobody ever wants you to play when they're in the car with you and GM out, don't be embarrassed. Who Cares about those other people in the other cars? Use Your hairbrushes microphone. It, don't matter. Have a good time. If you've had a really stressful day and your fucking pissed. Put some rock on rock out rocket out in a rock out the frustration and the anger to feel better. Listen to some. Stand up comedy. If you have like a satellite radio, laughing is one of the greatest ways to feel better. It's a great form of self care. Make a phone call to somebody that you've been wondering about that. You Miss. You know do something. Do something with your time. That's productive and positive. If, you've had a day like I. have talked to a lot of people on the phone. A lot of people in person that I do school. You know I run the household. There's people coming at me all day long Blah Blah. Blah Blah Blah. Blah Blah so for me sometimes I..

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"self" Discussed on Random Acts of Self

Random Acts of Self

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"self" Discussed on Random Acts of Self

"WanNa Talk to you. About guilt free self care. And I wanted to do this early in the podcast because it's a problem that a Lotta people. Have you know you're stressed out? You know you need a break or vacation or just a few minutes to yourself, but you don't do it. Why? For a lot of people, it's guilt. Right so. There's two reasons that I come across most often that the guilt. Is such a factor in taking care of oneself. The first one is that society teaches us that get it done. If you've got work to do, and you're not doing it, you're lazy. You're a bad horrible lisi person. You probably go to Walmart. Near Pajama Pants, so there's this kind of undercurrent there that we should be doing something productive at all times, but here's the thing. Self care is being productive, and I'll tell you a minute. One of the other reasons that a lot of people don't engage in self care when they need to is because they are busy. They got too much stuff to do. This is especially true. If you work and take care of a family, there's a lot of single parents out there if you go to school and work job. Multiple jobs or some combination of these. How am I supposed to find time to do some Self Care Samantha? Please tell me that. Will you know what that's an excellent question? And I'm glad I pretended to be you asking me that so I could talk about the next part. Which is why you don't need to feel guilty about taking time for self care. So first of all, it's important enough that people in certain healthcare fields especially mental health. Are told that we have to make sure that we're in top health to help our clients. It is so important for psychologists and counsellors in fact that it is written into our code of ethics. So, that's how important is. We recognize that we need this and remember from the last podcast. Stress and we're all going to experience at it sometime. Stress Causes Problems like mental health problems like depression, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, heart, disease, weird pain in the body, and then it.

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"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

The Bold Self-Love Podcast

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

"You are loving to yourself. What you are saying is that i am a human being. I am acknowledging gene that i was imperfectly created and i continue to live out my days imperfectly but that is the way it's supposed to be. Nothing has gone wrong here. I am not supposed to be perfect and i know for many any of us. High achieving successful women ambitious women we hold a lot of our emotions in we don't express them. We we don't ask for help. In fact we oftentimes do the opposite of that we take on more responsibility than is really our responsibility instability because we want things to be done correctly or because we don't wanna make somebody upset <hes> so there's a lot of that people pleasing or perfectionist inist tendencies that happen and i see it a lot with <hes> women who i work with who have always been kind of the nice one on the good girl. The one who always follows the rules and never does anything wrong with that really does is create <unk> a ton of pressure for you right. It puts you in this position of never really being able to let go oh or to embrace the fact that maybe you might need some support in some way or admitting that you can't continue to do it all so for many of us high achievers we <music> allow ourselves to suffer in this constant state of feeling like we need to take it all on and because we have this belief that we are the one who was responsible for everybody else's happiness what ends up happening thing is we ended up not being responsible for our own happiness and we end up coming up with all of these false beliefs chiefs that if only something externally would change then we could be happy like if we had more freedom in in our schedule if we had a better job if we had a different boss or different co workers or if we were in a different department mint <hes> something outside of us we really truly believe that if that thing were to change then we could start to feel better so i want to spend just a minute talking about the way that we ended up dealing with that unhappiness or that feeling of of being unfulfilled right or not finding joy in our current situation or feeling like we're constantly overwhelmed or stressed so what i find is that a lot of my clients end up doing one of two things so the first thing that they believe is that if they could just get more more done if they could accomplish more then they could feel better and the second thing is <hes> that a lot of them engage engage in numbing activities i will often refer to this as buffer rain or seeking false pleasure so in order to not not have to experience the unhappiness or the unfulfillment or whatever that misery is for you you turn to something else right so oh sugar <hes> you will turn to t._v. Right net flicks social media something to numb out so that you can alleviate alleviate at least temporarily whatever that feeling is. Maybe that emptiness that you're experiencing this leads me back to our topic today which which is self compassion so a self compassion practice is when you are are able to accept the fact that your humanness your human existence is really fifty fifty right. It's fifty percent positive emotion fifty percent negative emotion so half the time you're gonna feel great and you're going to experience positive emotions but the other fifty percent percent of the time you get to experience negative emotions that we were given self. Compassion is allowing you to see the fifty fifty. It's allowing allowing you to look at everything that you are experiencing without judgment neutrally so just looking at got it to looking at yourself as a human just like you would look at your child's experience so your children experience positive positive and negative emotions and you don't judge them for it. You show them kindness. You show them how experiencing sadness or being disappointed or being upset. It's just part of it <hes> and you teach them ways to overcome that and you help them to see the possibilities and so of self compassion is doing the same thing for yourself so what does self compassion practice really look like in practical terms so self compassion as always going to begin with self awareness self. Awareness is the first big concept that i teach my clients because most of us never take the time to take a step back from what it is that we are thinking how we're interpreting our situation the meaning that we are giving to our circumstances and to really look at it from a neutral place and to see those circumstances as neutral and to see the meaning the story that we have assigned to all of those circumstances so self compassion practice really begins with that self awareness and once you can see what's out there once you can see the story that you've created you can look inside of your messy mind and really see how you are perceiving your situation and the results that you are creating in your life then you can gain some awareness. The second step is is self acceptance so looking at everything that's there and accepting that you are an imperfect human so truly accepting yourself exactly as you are the good and the bad the positive and the negative live and showing yourself that compassion a self compassion practice can consist of same positive affirmations nations to yourself doing thought work which is something that i teach which is really seen how your thoughts create your feelings and your feelings are what is responsible for the way that you've been showing up in your life and creating the results that you currently have <hes> and and a mindfulness practice or a meditation practice <hes> is another really wonderful way to practice self compassion <hes> all three of of those things really allow you to begin to create more kinder and more compassionate and more loving beliefs and thoughts about yourself and the last way that you can practice self compassion that i'm going to talk about today is by soothing touch and i think i got this from something i read by kristin neff who is a researcher her in self compassion field and she talked about how it might seem a little bit silly but actually just touching yourself in you know like rubbing your arm softly or gently or giving yourself. A gentle hug is really great way for you to practice self compassion asham and so my friend what i want to encourage you to do this week is to think about how you can be kinder and gentler her and more compassionate with yourself this week spent some time in meditation or doing a mindfulness practice or really taking a deep look at how your thoughts are creating your results and start coming up with more positive thoughts to overcome the default negative self talk that we all have when all of that negativities starts to appear you can gently push it aside and remind yourself that you are worthy of love that you are imperfectly human and you are beautiful and lovable just as you are so go <unk> out.

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"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

The Bold Self-Love Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

"Hello beautiful beautiful. Thank you for tuning into today's episode of the bold self love podcast so today we are going to talk about a topic that is really foundational to this podcast so today's topic is self compassion and if you think about compassion hey think about how you show compassion to other people how you're kind to other people hire loving how you treat them with respect and then you turn around and you ask yourself. Do i treat myself. I self with this same kindness with the same love with the same respect you'd think for most of us the answer is going to we know we are often are harshest critic and there are many reasons for why that is true a lot of it has to do with evolutionary biology. It's the way that our brains are created. They are created in a way that allows us to seek seeks survival as the most important thing and so any sort of rejection from anybody outside of us <hes> could be he deemed as a threat to our survival and so whenever we think that somebody's saying something negative about us or there's some sort of negative reaction action or we show up in a way that isn't the way that we wanted to show up a refill embarrassed because of something that we said we have a lot of that negative self talk talk and it's because our brain is trying to protect us from being rejected from being left alone which in early times meant that we might eight not survive. He needed to be part of a group part of a community an order for you to survive and so few were an outcast and you were left on your own. It was a risk to your safety and to your survival now that you have a better understanding of why negative self talk is so prevalent and why we really all experience it what i wanted to talk about is how you can overcome comet with a self compassion practice so self compassion is really all about loving kindness towards yourself so that term loving kindness shows up in most major religions shows up in christianity shows shows up in buddhism it shows up really in any sort of spiritual practice and i liked to remember that remind myself of that because a self compassion practice really is a spiritual practice. Whatever your religion is whatever your belief.

"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

The Bold Self-Love Podcast

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"self" Discussed on The Bold Self-Love Podcast

"You can start that new exercise plan in the fall when the kids go back to school. You deserve to eat the Brownie. You deserve to have that second glass of wine. You haven't had a minute to yourself. It's okay to stay up late. binge-watching net flicks. You can catch up on sleep over the weekend okay so let's stop there these thoughts I like to call these types of thoughts thought errors because they seem harmless and true and like they're good for us. I mean we deserve to make ourselves. Feel better right well. I think the truth is a little more complicated than that because the more that you give in to these is thoughts these thought errors the more habitual they become and then we end up not caring for ourselves in the way that we want to I find that a lot of my clients also ended up in the all or nothing cycle may come up with the new exercise plan where they're going to work out five times a week for an hour each time but they haven't been working out at all and when they end up skipping a day or two they consider that a failure and when you tell yourself that you have failed eld you self-loathing right you end up in that shame cycle self loathing is not a good motivator to get you back on track with your exercise plan and if you allow your brain to attack you in this way you stay stuck in the should itis shame cycle. Our brains are pretty wild in that way <hes> so if you're not managing your mind it's a mess your brain can come up with some bizarre and contradictory victory thoughts and with a lot of negativity eat the Brownie. It will make you feel better. Why did you eat the Brownie now? Your stomach hurts and you're going to gain weight. You're never going to lose weight. You have no self control should exercise to burn off the extra calories. You had a stressful day. You don't need exercise. You should just rest and these should itis shame cycles. Just continue in your brain so now i WanNa talk to about what I like to call the essential self-care practice. It's a pretty simple practice for most of us. Don't do it because it's not something we are taught in school and most of our parents didn't teach it to us either so this is what it is you need to pay attention to your brain all of those wild bizarre and contradictory thoughts those thoughts need to be observed they need to be acknowledged and they need to be tamed aimed. I call this practice mastering your mind and it begins with slowing down listening to what's going on up their learning the skill of observing or thoughts intentionally as something something separate from yourself and then telling it what to think instead so if you have not been doing this on a regular basis you most likely have a pretty terrible relationship with yourself because most of us can be pretty cruel to ourselves all of that negative self-talk well. It's common among most of us in fact I would say it's common among all of us. It's just that those of us who have been able to separate ourselves from our thoughts lots to become a self compassionate neutral observer of our thoughts are much better at managing them so what I want to stress. Today is the importance of nurturing this relationship because it is. The most important relationship to nurture if you want to improve any area of your life so I think the first step is to acknowledge that having a cruel unkind relationship with yourself is the norm because our brains do three things things really well. They like to avoid pain. They like to seek pleasure and they like to conserve energy so they're kind of lazy so it is no wonder that they are constantly telling us to do things to make ourselves feel feel better but here's the thing they want us to feel better. In the present moment they want instant gratification. That's why they'll encourage you to not exercise or to overeat or to drink too much alcohol all because it will make you feel better in the moment when you can begin to observe these thoughts he'll begin to uncover the thought errors that create the urge to do something other than we would plan to do to care for yourself. You'll also begin to notice all of the negative self-talk that keeps you stuck and hiding now not gonNa lie to you being present with yourself long enough to identify these thoughts is not easy work but the more you do it the better oh you're going to get at staying in alignment with your priorities with caring for your mind your body and your soul when you can sit there with your negative thoughts when you pay attention to them you can begin to clean your mind and and then you can begin to create new thoughts that will lead to new results okay so that is what I have for you today. Okay so just to summarize. The two misconceptions are the first one is that self care is going to be unique to you and your self care. Practice is going to be dependent on the season of life that you are in the second misconception is that self care is not selfish. It's really the opposite of selfish right. It's really the best ask that you can do for yourself and for anybody who comes into contact with you and then the essential self-care practice that I want you to begin working on this week is to take some time to be intentional with your thoughts to be present with your thoughts to observe them and to start identifying. Those thought errors okay beautiful that is it for this week so go out and have an amazing week and I will see you here <hes> for our our next episode of the Bold Self Love podcast. Don't forget to download your Bolt Self Love Care Kit at Cassandra Massey Dot com so you can boldly e you <music> Yeah uh-huh uh-huh..

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"self" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"self" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

"This is where you learn how to publish books that cell and build and on stoppable brand and every Thursday night right here on YouTube dot com slash self publishing. With Dale we meet up we have a little bit of a self publishing subscriber. Hang out those that are watching this on the replays. Listen to this on the podcast, give us exactly one minute. So we can say what's up to the people that have joined us hose here. How you doing? And if you knew here put hashtag new reset. How are you my friend Zouqi? How are you Zouqi? Thank you for stopping by it and joining us Audrey Levy MO Joe what's up, my Powell, Mark Brownless? What's up Anthony Fleischmann junior? How's it going? Let me scroll to the top. And anyone lurk in about? Thank you for joining us on this beautiful Thursday. Appreciate y'all. Join and man that was faster than one minute. So hopefully, we don't just blaze through things. That's okay. We've got a lot of stuff. We're gonna talk about some really cool news. And some of you may not know about actually I've been kind of hoard all the information bring it in and hoard the self publishing information have heard anything new by the way in Girondins live right now are watching this on the replay. Let me know what the news you've heard over the past week that you thought has most been most exciting in the world of self publishing. So here we go. Published Dr man publicize, the aggregate publisher, and they continue to really step up their game, by the way, big what's up to Adam woods and king? Genetics of published drive. You guys are the best came literally just sent me an Email just before I went on the air to find out that hair fishery rolling out the feature for Amazon advertising. So now, if you do publish through published drive you can have access to Amazon advertising. There's more details in the Email. They sent out today. So just log into your county. You probably get some good information. They have a digital pro features. This is kind of cool..

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