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Clarity from Chaos Podcast

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Every episode brings insight to help guide through the Chaos and into Clarity. We focus on three principals; Reason, Purpose, and Self-Esteem.

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with Leadership Coach, Ms. Denise Green

4 Achievable Steps for Turning Burnout into Brilliance By Denise R. Green Stress is eroding the lives of too many of today's professionals. Alandmark studyby the Mayo Clinic identified the traits associated with workplace stress and burnout, including emotional exhaustion, bitter cynicism, a plummeting sense of accomplishment and "a tendency to view people as objects rather than as human beings." Whether you suffer from all these symptoms or just one or two, know that life doesn't have to be this way. We're all born with a spark, and then life piles on. But it's possible to clear off the muck so you can shine brilliantly again. Brilliance occurs when you feel a sense of freedom and agency over your life -- ease instead of struggle, and freedom instead of feeling trapped in a toxic body, relationship, thought pattern or job. Brilliance is the opposite of burned out, and a serious upgrade from blah. Through incremental and attainable steps, you can reignite that flame within you that ...

27 MIN2017 OCT 8
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A Conversation with Leadership Coach, Ms. Denise Green

Interview with Emotional Intelligence expert, Dr. Steven J. Stein

4 Emotional Intelligence Skills to Transform Your Leadership Style By Steven Stein, Ph.D. In today's work settings, many of the old-style hierarchical and authoritarian styles of leadership have become obsolete. We’ve witnessed significant strides in replacing rewards-punishment "transactional" management styles -- that have mostly proven unproductive -- with "transformative styles" in which organizational leaders inspire their teams to achieve a collective purpose. And yet we're still in the transition zone where we need more leaders equipped with the skills that combine interpersonal abilities, including empathy and trust, with the capacity to model creative problem solving when faced with tough situations. We refer to this skill set as Emotional Intelligence, or EI. The awareness that EI is an important job skill -- in some cases even surpassing technical ability -- has grown in recent years. In simple terms, EI is the ability to identify and manage emotional information in ones...

29 MIN2017 JUL 23
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Interview with Emotional Intelligence expert, Dr. Steven J. Stein

Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Adam Hansen

Three Practical Ways to Turn Naysayers into Innovators by Ed Harrington Finding new product ideas and innovations to excite customers requires colossal creative effort and a certain comfort level with risk-taking. The considerable effort to take a product from idea to development to launch is both time and energy intensive. If it also demands dealing with naysayers at the table who poke holes in every idea expressed along the way, valuable momentum is lost. It's important to acknowledge that we all have an inherent bias against venturing into unknown territory. We're descendants of risk adverse ancestors whose self-preservation instincts served them well in a time when potential danger lurked behind every boulder or bush. But in today's world where innovation rules the day, our survival necessitates overcoming these ingrained behavioral biases that hinder new ideas and stifle creative solutions. Take for example Negativity Bias: We're conditioned to allow negative impressions to for...

39 MIN2017 MAR 14
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Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Adam Hansen

Conversation with Best Selling Author, Ms. Jude Bijou

In a recent interview with Ms. Bijou we discussed simple ways that you could begin to rewire your thinking in order to help begin to resolve some of the destructive negative thinking we all find ourselves doing from time to time. Enjoy the insights of one of the leading Therapist in the country. Jude is theFounder of Attitude Reconstruction,Teacher, Trainer and Workshop Leader of Attitude Reconstruction and Communication. In addition she is the best selling author of:Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life which has won the following awards: 2012 Winner of Benjamin Franklin Award 2012 Fore Word Reviews Gold Award in both Self-Help and Psychology 2012 Silver Nautilus Award in Self-Help, Personal Growth, Psychology 2012 Winner Los Angeles Book Festival in How-to category 2012 Living Now Book Awards, Gold Medal Winner Personal Growth 2012 International Book Awards, Winner Health: Psychology/Mental Health

42 MIN2017 MAR 2
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Conversation with Best Selling Author, Ms. Jude Bijou

Conversation with author, Ms. Ora Nadrich

Ask 7 Questions to Banish Negative Thoughts By Ora Nadrich We have some 60,000 to 70,000 thoughts a day, and many of them are negative:I can’t do that. I’m not good enough. It’s never going to happen for me.I don’t deserve this.As we embark on a new venture or work toward a new goal, they pop up and wreak havoc on our plans and self-confidence. Since thoughts create beliefs, which then create behaviors, negative thoughts can undermine us right into a standstill. But there’s a way to stop negative thoughts right in their tracks. All it takes is challenging them with 7 direct questions, starting with: Says Who? Here are the seven questions we need to ask to disarm those negative thoughts: Says Who?Whenever a negative though pops into your head, ask it:Says Who?The question exposes a negative thought for exactly what it is: a doubt that can disrupt your life and damage your sense of well-being. Have I heard someone say this thought before?So many of the voices in our head are actu...

42 MIN2016 DEC 17
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Conversation with author, Ms. Ora Nadrich

Conversation with singer/songwriter, Mr. Matt Fitzgibbons

“We think it as competent and as necessary for a state to provide precautionary measures against the moral pestilence of paupers, vagabonds, and possibly convicts as it is to guard against the physical pestilence which may arise from unsound and infections articles.” -New York v. Miln, Chief Justice Philip P. Barbour 1837 Throughout our history, the United States have always adapted our immigration policies to suit the times and the will of the citizenry. Progressives have worked aggressively for decades to systematically rewrite history in support of their destructive ideologies. They must distort or ignore facts because facts lead to truth and common sense, and those are their greatest enemies. One such recent example is the claim that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is a xenophobe, a racist and an anti-immigrant bigot for proposing we change our immigration policies to meet today’s specific needs. Much of the population associates him with these disparaging term...

53 MIN2016 SEP 5
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Conversation with singer/songwriter, Mr. Matt Fitzgibbons

Conversation with national radio host Ms. Megan Barth

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money — either personally or through companies or groups — to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president. At least 85 of 154 people from private interests who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton while she led the State Department donated to her family charity or pledged commitments to its international programs, according to a review of State Department calendars released so far to The Associated Press. Combined, the 85 donors contributed as much as $156 million. At least 40 donated more than $100,000 each, and 20 gave more than $1 million. Donors who were granted time with Clinton included an internationally known economist who asked for her help as the Bangladesh government pressured him to resign from a nonprofit bank he ran; a Wall Street executive wh...

33 MIN2016 AUG 25
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Conversation with national radio host Ms. Megan Barth

A Conversation with Radio Host/Best Selling Author, Mr. Jeff Crouere

"Donald J. Trump has shaken up his presidential campaign for the second time in two months, hiring a top executive from the conservative website Breitbart News and promoting a senior adviser in an effort to right his faltering campaign. Stephen Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News LLC, will become the Republican campaign’s chief executive, and Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser and pollster for Mr. Trump and his running mate, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, will become the campaign manager. Paul Manafort, the campaign chairman, will retain his title. But the staffing change, hammered out on Sunday and set to be formally announced Wednesday morning, was seen by some as a demotion for Mr. Manafort. The news, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, was confirmed early Wednesday by Ms. Conway in a brief interview, but she rejected the idea that the changes amounted to a shake-up and said that Mr. Manafort was not being diminished. “It’s an expansion at a busy time in the f...

57 MIN2016 AUG 20
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A Conversation with Radio Host/Best Selling Author, Mr. Jeff Crouere

Best Selling author Mr. Jefferey Stephens

CBS NEWS August 11, 2016, 7:01 AM CENTCOM accused of manipulating intel on ISIS Last Updated Aug 11, 2016 7:20 AM EDT According to a hard-hitting government task force report released Thursday, intelligence generated by the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) was manipulated to paint a rosier picture of the U.S. effort to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The report finds that, beginning in mid-2014, final intelligence reports issued by CENTCOM contradicted the initial internal assessments made by its own analysts, reports CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. "The facts on the ground didn't match what the intelligence was saying out of the United States Central Command," said Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., a member of the task force. The military CENTCOM is responsible for American security interests in 20 nations, stretching from Egypt through the Arabian Gulf region and into central Asia. The task force stemmed from a whistleblower complaint from a senior analyst at CENTCOM alleging that intel ...

29 MIN2016 AUG 12
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Best Selling author Mr. Jefferey Stephens

Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Michael J Daugherty

"The first case of locally-acquired Zika virus has arrived in Palm Beach County. Gov. Rick Scott said Monday the infected person recently traveled to Miami-Dade County, ground zero for an outbreak of Zika acquired through domestic mosquitoes. State health officials are attempting to determine where the unidentified person contracted the virus. Before Monday’s announcement, the state said that 20 people in Palm Beach County had been infected while traveling outside the United States to countries — mostly in the Caribbean and Latin America — where the virus is widespread. South Florida has 17 cases of locally-acquired Zika, including at least 14 in a one-square-mile area in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, a popular arts district just north of the city’s downtown. There have also been two confirmed cases in Broward County of non-travel-related Zika. Scott said Monday that state officials still believe local transmission of Zika remains confined to the Wynwood area. The Centers for D...

29 MIN2016 AUG 11
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Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Michael J Daugherty

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with Leadership Coach, Ms. Denise Green

4 Achievable Steps for Turning Burnout into Brilliance By Denise R. Green Stress is eroding the lives of too many of today's professionals. Alandmark studyby the Mayo Clinic identified the traits associated with workplace stress and burnout, including emotional exhaustion, bitter cynicism, a plummeting sense of accomplishment and "a tendency to view people as objects rather than as human beings." Whether you suffer from all these symptoms or just one or two, know that life doesn't have to be this way. We're all born with a spark, and then life piles on. But it's possible to clear off the muck so you can shine brilliantly again. Brilliance occurs when you feel a sense of freedom and agency over your life -- ease instead of struggle, and freedom instead of feeling trapped in a toxic body, relationship, thought pattern or job. Brilliance is the opposite of burned out, and a serious upgrade from blah. Through incremental and attainable steps, you can reignite that flame within you that ...

27 MIN2017 OCT 8
Comments
A Conversation with Leadership Coach, Ms. Denise Green

Interview with Emotional Intelligence expert, Dr. Steven J. Stein

4 Emotional Intelligence Skills to Transform Your Leadership Style By Steven Stein, Ph.D. In today's work settings, many of the old-style hierarchical and authoritarian styles of leadership have become obsolete. We’ve witnessed significant strides in replacing rewards-punishment "transactional" management styles -- that have mostly proven unproductive -- with "transformative styles" in which organizational leaders inspire their teams to achieve a collective purpose. And yet we're still in the transition zone where we need more leaders equipped with the skills that combine interpersonal abilities, including empathy and trust, with the capacity to model creative problem solving when faced with tough situations. We refer to this skill set as Emotional Intelligence, or EI. The awareness that EI is an important job skill -- in some cases even surpassing technical ability -- has grown in recent years. In simple terms, EI is the ability to identify and manage emotional information in ones...

29 MIN2017 JUL 23
Comments
Interview with Emotional Intelligence expert, Dr. Steven J. Stein

Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Adam Hansen

Three Practical Ways to Turn Naysayers into Innovators by Ed Harrington Finding new product ideas and innovations to excite customers requires colossal creative effort and a certain comfort level with risk-taking. The considerable effort to take a product from idea to development to launch is both time and energy intensive. If it also demands dealing with naysayers at the table who poke holes in every idea expressed along the way, valuable momentum is lost. It's important to acknowledge that we all have an inherent bias against venturing into unknown territory. We're descendants of risk adverse ancestors whose self-preservation instincts served them well in a time when potential danger lurked behind every boulder or bush. But in today's world where innovation rules the day, our survival necessitates overcoming these ingrained behavioral biases that hinder new ideas and stifle creative solutions. Take for example Negativity Bias: We're conditioned to allow negative impressions to for...

39 MIN2017 MAR 14
Comments
Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Adam Hansen

Conversation with Best Selling Author, Ms. Jude Bijou

In a recent interview with Ms. Bijou we discussed simple ways that you could begin to rewire your thinking in order to help begin to resolve some of the destructive negative thinking we all find ourselves doing from time to time. Enjoy the insights of one of the leading Therapist in the country. Jude is theFounder of Attitude Reconstruction,Teacher, Trainer and Workshop Leader of Attitude Reconstruction and Communication. In addition she is the best selling author of:Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life which has won the following awards: 2012 Winner of Benjamin Franklin Award 2012 Fore Word Reviews Gold Award in both Self-Help and Psychology 2012 Silver Nautilus Award in Self-Help, Personal Growth, Psychology 2012 Winner Los Angeles Book Festival in How-to category 2012 Living Now Book Awards, Gold Medal Winner Personal Growth 2012 International Book Awards, Winner Health: Psychology/Mental Health

42 MIN2017 MAR 2
Comments
Conversation with Best Selling Author, Ms. Jude Bijou

Conversation with author, Ms. Ora Nadrich

Ask 7 Questions to Banish Negative Thoughts By Ora Nadrich We have some 60,000 to 70,000 thoughts a day, and many of them are negative:I can’t do that. I’m not good enough. It’s never going to happen for me.I don’t deserve this.As we embark on a new venture or work toward a new goal, they pop up and wreak havoc on our plans and self-confidence. Since thoughts create beliefs, which then create behaviors, negative thoughts can undermine us right into a standstill. But there’s a way to stop negative thoughts right in their tracks. All it takes is challenging them with 7 direct questions, starting with: Says Who? Here are the seven questions we need to ask to disarm those negative thoughts: Says Who?Whenever a negative though pops into your head, ask it:Says Who?The question exposes a negative thought for exactly what it is: a doubt that can disrupt your life and damage your sense of well-being. Have I heard someone say this thought before?So many of the voices in our head are actu...

42 MIN2016 DEC 17
Comments
Conversation with author, Ms. Ora Nadrich

Conversation with singer/songwriter, Mr. Matt Fitzgibbons

“We think it as competent and as necessary for a state to provide precautionary measures against the moral pestilence of paupers, vagabonds, and possibly convicts as it is to guard against the physical pestilence which may arise from unsound and infections articles.” -New York v. Miln, Chief Justice Philip P. Barbour 1837 Throughout our history, the United States have always adapted our immigration policies to suit the times and the will of the citizenry. Progressives have worked aggressively for decades to systematically rewrite history in support of their destructive ideologies. They must distort or ignore facts because facts lead to truth and common sense, and those are their greatest enemies. One such recent example is the claim that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is a xenophobe, a racist and an anti-immigrant bigot for proposing we change our immigration policies to meet today’s specific needs. Much of the population associates him with these disparaging term...

53 MIN2016 SEP 5
Comments
Conversation with singer/songwriter, Mr. Matt Fitzgibbons

Conversation with national radio host Ms. Megan Barth

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money — either personally or through companies or groups — to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president. At least 85 of 154 people from private interests who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton while she led the State Department donated to her family charity or pledged commitments to its international programs, according to a review of State Department calendars released so far to The Associated Press. Combined, the 85 donors contributed as much as $156 million. At least 40 donated more than $100,000 each, and 20 gave more than $1 million. Donors who were granted time with Clinton included an internationally known economist who asked for her help as the Bangladesh government pressured him to resign from a nonprofit bank he ran; a Wall Street executive wh...

33 MIN2016 AUG 25
Comments
Conversation with national radio host Ms. Megan Barth

A Conversation with Radio Host/Best Selling Author, Mr. Jeff Crouere

"Donald J. Trump has shaken up his presidential campaign for the second time in two months, hiring a top executive from the conservative website Breitbart News and promoting a senior adviser in an effort to right his faltering campaign. Stephen Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News LLC, will become the Republican campaign’s chief executive, and Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser and pollster for Mr. Trump and his running mate, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, will become the campaign manager. Paul Manafort, the campaign chairman, will retain his title. But the staffing change, hammered out on Sunday and set to be formally announced Wednesday morning, was seen by some as a demotion for Mr. Manafort. The news, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, was confirmed early Wednesday by Ms. Conway in a brief interview, but she rejected the idea that the changes amounted to a shake-up and said that Mr. Manafort was not being diminished. “It’s an expansion at a busy time in the f...

57 MIN2016 AUG 20
Comments
A Conversation with Radio Host/Best Selling Author, Mr. Jeff Crouere

Best Selling author Mr. Jefferey Stephens

CBS NEWS August 11, 2016, 7:01 AM CENTCOM accused of manipulating intel on ISIS Last Updated Aug 11, 2016 7:20 AM EDT According to a hard-hitting government task force report released Thursday, intelligence generated by the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) was manipulated to paint a rosier picture of the U.S. effort to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The report finds that, beginning in mid-2014, final intelligence reports issued by CENTCOM contradicted the initial internal assessments made by its own analysts, reports CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. "The facts on the ground didn't match what the intelligence was saying out of the United States Central Command," said Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., a member of the task force. The military CENTCOM is responsible for American security interests in 20 nations, stretching from Egypt through the Arabian Gulf region and into central Asia. The task force stemmed from a whistleblower complaint from a senior analyst at CENTCOM alleging that intel ...

29 MIN2016 AUG 12
Comments
Best Selling author Mr. Jefferey Stephens

Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Michael J Daugherty

"The first case of locally-acquired Zika virus has arrived in Palm Beach County. Gov. Rick Scott said Monday the infected person recently traveled to Miami-Dade County, ground zero for an outbreak of Zika acquired through domestic mosquitoes. State health officials are attempting to determine where the unidentified person contracted the virus. Before Monday’s announcement, the state said that 20 people in Palm Beach County had been infected while traveling outside the United States to countries — mostly in the Caribbean and Latin America — where the virus is widespread. South Florida has 17 cases of locally-acquired Zika, including at least 14 in a one-square-mile area in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, a popular arts district just north of the city’s downtown. There have also been two confirmed cases in Broward County of non-travel-related Zika. Scott said Monday that state officials still believe local transmission of Zika remains confined to the Wynwood area. The Centers for D...

29 MIN2016 AUG 11
Comments
Conversation with best selling author, Mr. Michael J Daugherty

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