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Infinite Possibilities to Change the World

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTyuvJ86oxE&feature=youtu.be Connie's motivational quote today is by ~ Steve Jobs “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” Are you one of the crazy people who dare to change the world? Do you feel powerful or powerless? Maybe at times you feel both!! Sometimes it’s hard to be the voice of what could be. But for one second think of what our world could look like if we had the power to change it. Would you become part of the change? Today, your host Connie Whitman, speaks with Katherine Jegede and they are going to discuss her book called Infinite Possibilities: How To Use the Ideas of Neville Goddard to Create the Life You Want. Kate says, her book gives the reader the ability to make life exactly what they want it to be by revealing the substance and purpose of life and allow us to be able to eliminate the delusions that keep us powerless. Kate is a British television presenter and author with a background in science. She was first introduced to metaphysics as a teenager by her mother, a former yoga teacher and education specialist. She developed a penetrating and enduring fondness for the self-empowering teachings of Neville Goddard. After postgraduate research at Oxford, Kate moved to Switzerland to work at the World Health Organization, where she developed educational resources for rural communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to her academic science career, Kate has worked with the BBC Science Unit and BBC Radio Oxford, and she served as news editor of the international journal Africa Health, for whom she assisted in the establishment of a learning resources and study center at one of Nigeria’s forefront teaching hospitals. She has been published in the internationally acclaimed science journal Nature. Kate has also presented two science series aimed at young adults forChannel 4 in the UK, earning a BAFTA nomination. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kate.jegede.7

37 MIN1 weeks ago
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Infinite Possibilities to Change the World

People Join Companies But Leave Managers – Why?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlmeCAe_Yds Connie's motivational quote is by ~ Ronald Reagan “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things." The saying goes – people join companies and leave managers…Why is that? Here are some mind-blowing stats. A Gallup poll from October 2017 states that only 15% of the world's one billion full-time workers are engaged at work. The US does a bit better with around 30% being engaged. Think for second that means roughly 70% of Americans aren't engaged. The poll goes on to say, that most Millennials are coming to work with a lot of enthusiasm, but the old management practices and processing of forms, and the ever dreaded, out date annual reviews is sucking the life out of them. Millennials, different from baby boomers, say their job is equal to or even more important than family. To them a satisfied work environment is the new American Dream. The Gallup's analytics concludes that organizations need to change from having process driven managers to “high-performance coaches.” This type of shift will save massive costs by eliminating the out dated practices of filling out forms and checking off boxes to an environment of ongoing conversations versus the once per year annual review. If this situation is happening at your organization, stay tuned as my guest Jennell Jones and I discuss how to foster inspiring leadership so we can retain quality leaders and employees. Jennell is the CEO of Jennell Jones & Associates, and specializesin Executive Coaching and Talent Management and hasover 25 years of experience in human resources talent strategy. She has been a talent management executive for over 15 years and after running executive development for a top 3 pharmaceutical company, she decided to open her own business. Jennell works with leaders to assess and enhance executive behaviors such as communication skills, leadership style and stakeholder management. She is also an expert at creating impactful and practical solutions to address talent challenges like: recruitment, employee engagement and development, succession planning, to name a few. Website: www.Jennelljones.com Email: Jennell@jennelljones.com

40 MIN2 weeks ago
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People Join Companies But Leave Managers – Why?

Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-M9M4NllkA&feature=youtu.be Connie's motivational quote today is by my guest ~ Lauren Walker “If you want to affect the physical matter that is your body and the invisible matter that is your mind and your soul, the most effective practice you can learn is how to work with your own energy.” Do you feel healthy and strong? Or do you suffer from various diseases and aliments? Most of us have some sort of health issue we need to deal with daily. Examples like, being over weight, having high blood pressure, and cholesterol, diabetes, and the list goes on and on! What can we do and where can we go for answers that heal us in our mind, body, and spirit? Today your host, Connie Whitman, speak with Lauren Walker. Lauren is the author ofEnergy Medicine Yoga: Amplify the Healing Power of Your Yoga PracticeandThe Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription. Both books won the Nautilus Silver Award for best Mind/Body book. She’s been teaching yoga and meditation since 1997. She createdEnergy Medicine Yoga (EMYoga)while teaching at Norwich University, the oldest, private military college in the country. The huge success of her work there led directly to the publication of her first book.Lauren teaches EMYogaacross the United States and internationally and has been featured many times inYoga Journal, as well as Yoga Digest, LA Yoga Magazine,Mantra+, andThe New York Times. She also trains teachers to teach her highly intuitive, simple healing method.

37 MIN3 weeks ago
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Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription

Latest Episodes

Infinite Possibilities to Change the World

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTyuvJ86oxE&feature=youtu.be Connie's motivational quote today is by ~ Steve Jobs “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” Are you one of the crazy people who dare to change the world? Do you feel powerful or powerless? Maybe at times you feel both!! Sometimes it’s hard to be the voice of what could be. But for one second think of what our world could look like if we had the power to change it. Would you become part of the change? Today, your host Connie Whitman, speaks with Katherine Jegede and they are going to discuss her book called Infinite Possibilities: How To Use the Ideas of Neville Goddard to Create the Life You Want. Kate says, her book gives the reader the ability to make life exactly what they want it to be by revealing the substance and purpose of life and allow us to be able to eliminate the delusions that keep us powerless. Kate is a British television presenter and author with a background in science. She was first introduced to metaphysics as a teenager by her mother, a former yoga teacher and education specialist. She developed a penetrating and enduring fondness for the self-empowering teachings of Neville Goddard. After postgraduate research at Oxford, Kate moved to Switzerland to work at the World Health Organization, where she developed educational resources for rural communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to her academic science career, Kate has worked with the BBC Science Unit and BBC Radio Oxford, and she served as news editor of the international journal Africa Health, for whom she assisted in the establishment of a learning resources and study center at one of Nigeria’s forefront teaching hospitals. She has been published in the internationally acclaimed science journal Nature. Kate has also presented two science series aimed at young adults forChannel 4 in the UK, earning a BAFTA nomination. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kate.jegede.7

37 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Infinite Possibilities to Change the World

People Join Companies But Leave Managers – Why?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlmeCAe_Yds Connie's motivational quote is by ~ Ronald Reagan “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things." The saying goes – people join companies and leave managers…Why is that? Here are some mind-blowing stats. A Gallup poll from October 2017 states that only 15% of the world's one billion full-time workers are engaged at work. The US does a bit better with around 30% being engaged. Think for second that means roughly 70% of Americans aren't engaged. The poll goes on to say, that most Millennials are coming to work with a lot of enthusiasm, but the old management practices and processing of forms, and the ever dreaded, out date annual reviews is sucking the life out of them. Millennials, different from baby boomers, say their job is equal to or even more important than family. To them a satisfied work environment is the new American Dream. The Gallup's analytics concludes that organizations need to change from having process driven managers to “high-performance coaches.” This type of shift will save massive costs by eliminating the out dated practices of filling out forms and checking off boxes to an environment of ongoing conversations versus the once per year annual review. If this situation is happening at your organization, stay tuned as my guest Jennell Jones and I discuss how to foster inspiring leadership so we can retain quality leaders and employees. Jennell is the CEO of Jennell Jones & Associates, and specializesin Executive Coaching and Talent Management and hasover 25 years of experience in human resources talent strategy. She has been a talent management executive for over 15 years and after running executive development for a top 3 pharmaceutical company, she decided to open her own business. Jennell works with leaders to assess and enhance executive behaviors such as communication skills, leadership style and stakeholder management. She is also an expert at creating impactful and practical solutions to address talent challenges like: recruitment, employee engagement and development, succession planning, to name a few. Website: www.Jennelljones.com Email: Jennell@jennelljones.com

40 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
People Join Companies But Leave Managers – Why?

Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-M9M4NllkA&feature=youtu.be Connie's motivational quote today is by my guest ~ Lauren Walker “If you want to affect the physical matter that is your body and the invisible matter that is your mind and your soul, the most effective practice you can learn is how to work with your own energy.” Do you feel healthy and strong? Or do you suffer from various diseases and aliments? Most of us have some sort of health issue we need to deal with daily. Examples like, being over weight, having high blood pressure, and cholesterol, diabetes, and the list goes on and on! What can we do and where can we go for answers that heal us in our mind, body, and spirit? Today your host, Connie Whitman, speak with Lauren Walker. Lauren is the author ofEnergy Medicine Yoga: Amplify the Healing Power of Your Yoga PracticeandThe Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription. Both books won the Nautilus Silver Award for best Mind/Body book. She’s been teaching yoga and meditation since 1997. She createdEnergy Medicine Yoga (EMYoga)while teaching at Norwich University, the oldest, private military college in the country. The huge success of her work there led directly to the publication of her first book.Lauren teaches EMYogaacross the United States and internationally and has been featured many times inYoga Journal, as well as Yoga Digest, LA Yoga Magazine,Mantra+, andThe New York Times. She also trains teachers to teach her highly intuitive, simple healing method.

37 MIN3 weeks ago
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Energy Medicine Yoga Prescription

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