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Reimagined Radio Network in your one-stop shop for inspiration, information, and magic for living a life that's perfectly reimagined. We bring you the best experts on money, relationships, parenting, and home. We have one goal: Bring you the best of the best so you have all the tools, techniques, and inspiration you need to love every-single-thing about your life.

Latest Episodes

Sarah Normandin: You're not that special. Everyone is a mess.

Sarah Normandin is a life coach for women and a recovering perfectionist. She used to be my own most enthusiastic critic. Nothing she did met herhigh expectations and shehad the emotional wounds to prove it. At best, shewas your typical frenemy, whose backhanded comments lingered in hermind long into the wee hours. At worst, herown self-doubt was so debilitating that shewasn't sure she could ever escape it. Sarahisn'talone in this. Women often struggle with perfectionism and low self-esteem. When prompted, they can hardly manage to think of a neutral thing to say about themselves, let alone something positive. Self-criticism affects more than just our self worth. Our high standards are often reflected in other areas of our lives. This can lead to stress at work and in relationships. It is exhausting to try so hard and constantly feel disappointed in ourselves and everyone else.

26 MINJUN 21
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Sarah Normandin: You're not that special. Everyone is a mess.

1 Rule that Will Prevent Fighting from Ruining Your Relationship

There is a general perception in our culture that it's normal for couples to fight. The pervasive belief is marriage and relationships are hard work. You hear that all the time. So, it's no surprise that many people think if you're going to commit, you need to roll up your sleeves and get prepared to battle your way through a lifetime of togetherness. That sounds like no one's idea of a good idea and it sets us up to believe that unhappy, dysfunctional relationships are normal. And yet, lots of people decide to do it anyway. It's a mystery. So we couple up, and hope for happily-ever-after but prepare for the worst, because you know, it's going to be hard work. And after the new car smell wears off it starts. Maybe it's not much in the beginning, but we fight and we think that fighting is normal, if not actually healthy. However, over time, conflict and resentment start to color how we perceive our relationships and our partners. In fact, eventually, conflict and resentment change th...

12 MINAPR 24
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1 Rule that Will Prevent Fighting from Ruining Your Relationship

3 Ways to Milk a Bad Mood and 4 Ways to Turn it Around

The bottom line about moods is we get to choose them and whether you believe that or not, it's true. Moods aren't random. They are the cumulative effect of our focus and that's 100% in our control. We are going to talk about: My favorite ways to milk a bad mood Why you shouldn't ever do that And 4 ways to turn a bad mood around on a dime. The bottom line is you can be as happy as you want to in any given moment. You've simply got to make that choice and stick your landing in a feel better place.

20 MIN2018 DEC 11
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3 Ways to Milk a Bad Mood and 4 Ways to Turn it Around

Trying to Fix the Bully Is Not the Way to Help Our Children Being Bullied

28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experienced bullying.20% of U.S. students in grades 9–12 experienced bullyingApproximately 30% of young people admit to bullying others in surveys70.6% of young people say they have seen bullying in their schools9% of students in grades 6–12 experienced cyberbullying.Only about 20 to 30% of students who are bullied notify adults about the bullying The statistics are scary and it doesn't stop with kids. Most adults have experienced bullying, often in the workplace. So, what do we do with it? It's a question that seems to defy many of the strategies we commonly use to deal with bullies or help our children manage when they are being bullied. Often the approach to dealing with bullying is to try to stop the bully. However, that approach often leaves children less empowered and still at risk of being bullied again and again. What if we took our focus off the bully and instead taught our children to be bully-proof? By empowering our children to be c...

42 MIN2018 OCT 30
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Trying to Fix the Bully Is Not the Way to Help Our Children Being Bullied

[Success Unlimited] - Stressed at Work? How to Get to the Root of the Problem

Are you feeling stressed on the job? You're not alone - statistics show that workplace stress is on the rise. But, what do you do about it? In this episode of Success Unlimited, Dr. Patricia Thompson shares helpful tips for (1) diagnosing the causes of your stress and (2) dealing with them head-on.

21 MIN2018 APR 25
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[Success Unlimited] - Stressed at Work? How to Get to the Root of the Problem

[Success Unlimited]-Just How Good are You at Relaxing? Something to think about.

By now, we all know that we're supposed to take time for self-care and relaxation. Still, some of us struggle to make time to do it at all, while others might not make the most of their time when they're doing it. In this brief episode, Dr. Patricia Thompson shares a recent experience that has inspired her to up her self-care game. Hopefully, it'll do the same for you!

10 MIN2018 APR 14
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[Success Unlimited]-Just How Good are You at Relaxing? Something to think about.

Trying to Deal with "Bullies" Isn't Fixing the Bullying Problem

Lisa Cavallaro, coach, author and creator of Bully Spin sees the epidemic of bullying differently. What she has to say might be surprising to some. Lisa believes the best way to deal with the bullying crisis isn't to try to fix or change the bullies themselves. Lisa believes that bullies can't bully if we don't let them. We can choose what behaviors we accept from others. While that might seem like a tall order for a child who's getting pushed around at school and online, learning the skills and the confidence it takes to be bully-proof might be a required survival skill we can teach children and use in adulthood. Lisa's revolutionary approach to helping children and adults navigate their way through bullying interactions empowers parents and children when nothing else seems to work. You're not going to want to miss this, because let's face it, everyone knows a bully.

40 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Trying to Deal with "Bullies" Isn't Fixing the Bullying Problem

7 Things We Wish Every Coach Knew

The calling to be a coach is special. We think being a coaching is one of the most special professions there is and coaches are incredible people. However, the industry itself can be tricky. Building a coaching practice so you can do good work in the world isn't as simple as some would have you think. We are going to share seven things we wish every coach knew. These are things we wish we'd known when we started out. If you're a coach, or think you might want to be one, you don't want to miss this show.

41 MIN2018 FEB 10
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7 Things We Wish Every Coach Knew

Stuck? Some tips to move you into action

The human experience is full of times when we are stuck. We get ina rut or find ourselves with a problem we aren't quite sure how to solve. Here we talk about a few ways you can clear your path and start taking small steps out of that stuck space.

14 MIN2018 FEB 5
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Stuck? Some tips to move you into action

The Nuts and Bolts Differences Between Traditional and LOA Coaching

In the world of coaching words like goal setting, motivation, and accountability get tossed around a lot. A lot of clients will come to the work thinking that's what they will get. However, working with a law of attraction coach is an entirely different ballgame because a law of attraction coach has an entirely different compass point. Putting it simply an LOA coach will dial in on how it feels. They are way more likely to talk about inspiration than motivation. A law of attraction coach is likely to encourage a client to work less and not more. Some people might think law of attraction coaches are less focused in getting results. That couldn't be further from the truth. However, in LOA coaching results are measured in how those results feel vs. what they look like on paper. A law of attraction coach knows that getting there won't matter if it doesn't feel good. We're going to talk about the distictions and why working with an LOA coach might be the best investment a client could ev...

29 MIN2018 FEB 3
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The Nuts and Bolts Differences Between Traditional and LOA Coaching

Latest Episodes

Sarah Normandin: You're not that special. Everyone is a mess.

Sarah Normandin is a life coach for women and a recovering perfectionist. She used to be my own most enthusiastic critic. Nothing she did met herhigh expectations and shehad the emotional wounds to prove it. At best, shewas your typical frenemy, whose backhanded comments lingered in hermind long into the wee hours. At worst, herown self-doubt was so debilitating that shewasn't sure she could ever escape it. Sarahisn'talone in this. Women often struggle with perfectionism and low self-esteem. When prompted, they can hardly manage to think of a neutral thing to say about themselves, let alone something positive. Self-criticism affects more than just our self worth. Our high standards are often reflected in other areas of our lives. This can lead to stress at work and in relationships. It is exhausting to try so hard and constantly feel disappointed in ourselves and everyone else.

26 MINJUN 21
Comments
Sarah Normandin: You're not that special. Everyone is a mess.

1 Rule that Will Prevent Fighting from Ruining Your Relationship

There is a general perception in our culture that it's normal for couples to fight. The pervasive belief is marriage and relationships are hard work. You hear that all the time. So, it's no surprise that many people think if you're going to commit, you need to roll up your sleeves and get prepared to battle your way through a lifetime of togetherness. That sounds like no one's idea of a good idea and it sets us up to believe that unhappy, dysfunctional relationships are normal. And yet, lots of people decide to do it anyway. It's a mystery. So we couple up, and hope for happily-ever-after but prepare for the worst, because you know, it's going to be hard work. And after the new car smell wears off it starts. Maybe it's not much in the beginning, but we fight and we think that fighting is normal, if not actually healthy. However, over time, conflict and resentment start to color how we perceive our relationships and our partners. In fact, eventually, conflict and resentment change th...

12 MINAPR 24
Comments
1 Rule that Will Prevent Fighting from Ruining Your Relationship

3 Ways to Milk a Bad Mood and 4 Ways to Turn it Around

The bottom line about moods is we get to choose them and whether you believe that or not, it's true. Moods aren't random. They are the cumulative effect of our focus and that's 100% in our control. We are going to talk about: My favorite ways to milk a bad mood Why you shouldn't ever do that And 4 ways to turn a bad mood around on a dime. The bottom line is you can be as happy as you want to in any given moment. You've simply got to make that choice and stick your landing in a feel better place.

20 MIN2018 DEC 11
Comments
3 Ways to Milk a Bad Mood and 4 Ways to Turn it Around

Trying to Fix the Bully Is Not the Way to Help Our Children Being Bullied

28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experienced bullying.20% of U.S. students in grades 9–12 experienced bullyingApproximately 30% of young people admit to bullying others in surveys70.6% of young people say they have seen bullying in their schools9% of students in grades 6–12 experienced cyberbullying.Only about 20 to 30% of students who are bullied notify adults about the bullying The statistics are scary and it doesn't stop with kids. Most adults have experienced bullying, often in the workplace. So, what do we do with it? It's a question that seems to defy many of the strategies we commonly use to deal with bullies or help our children manage when they are being bullied. Often the approach to dealing with bullying is to try to stop the bully. However, that approach often leaves children less empowered and still at risk of being bullied again and again. What if we took our focus off the bully and instead taught our children to be bully-proof? By empowering our children to be c...

42 MIN2018 OCT 30
Comments
Trying to Fix the Bully Is Not the Way to Help Our Children Being Bullied

[Success Unlimited] - Stressed at Work? How to Get to the Root of the Problem

Are you feeling stressed on the job? You're not alone - statistics show that workplace stress is on the rise. But, what do you do about it? In this episode of Success Unlimited, Dr. Patricia Thompson shares helpful tips for (1) diagnosing the causes of your stress and (2) dealing with them head-on.

21 MIN2018 APR 25
Comments
[Success Unlimited] - Stressed at Work? How to Get to the Root of the Problem

[Success Unlimited]-Just How Good are You at Relaxing? Something to think about.

By now, we all know that we're supposed to take time for self-care and relaxation. Still, some of us struggle to make time to do it at all, while others might not make the most of their time when they're doing it. In this brief episode, Dr. Patricia Thompson shares a recent experience that has inspired her to up her self-care game. Hopefully, it'll do the same for you!

10 MIN2018 APR 14
Comments
[Success Unlimited]-Just How Good are You at Relaxing? Something to think about.

Trying to Deal with "Bullies" Isn't Fixing the Bullying Problem

Lisa Cavallaro, coach, author and creator of Bully Spin sees the epidemic of bullying differently. What she has to say might be surprising to some. Lisa believes the best way to deal with the bullying crisis isn't to try to fix or change the bullies themselves. Lisa believes that bullies can't bully if we don't let them. We can choose what behaviors we accept from others. While that might seem like a tall order for a child who's getting pushed around at school and online, learning the skills and the confidence it takes to be bully-proof might be a required survival skill we can teach children and use in adulthood. Lisa's revolutionary approach to helping children and adults navigate their way through bullying interactions empowers parents and children when nothing else seems to work. You're not going to want to miss this, because let's face it, everyone knows a bully.

40 MIN2018 MAR 16
Comments
Trying to Deal with "Bullies" Isn't Fixing the Bullying Problem

7 Things We Wish Every Coach Knew

The calling to be a coach is special. We think being a coaching is one of the most special professions there is and coaches are incredible people. However, the industry itself can be tricky. Building a coaching practice so you can do good work in the world isn't as simple as some would have you think. We are going to share seven things we wish every coach knew. These are things we wish we'd known when we started out. If you're a coach, or think you might want to be one, you don't want to miss this show.

41 MIN2018 FEB 10
Comments
7 Things We Wish Every Coach Knew

Stuck? Some tips to move you into action

The human experience is full of times when we are stuck. We get ina rut or find ourselves with a problem we aren't quite sure how to solve. Here we talk about a few ways you can clear your path and start taking small steps out of that stuck space.

14 MIN2018 FEB 5
Comments
Stuck? Some tips to move you into action

The Nuts and Bolts Differences Between Traditional and LOA Coaching

In the world of coaching words like goal setting, motivation, and accountability get tossed around a lot. A lot of clients will come to the work thinking that's what they will get. However, working with a law of attraction coach is an entirely different ballgame because a law of attraction coach has an entirely different compass point. Putting it simply an LOA coach will dial in on how it feels. They are way more likely to talk about inspiration than motivation. A law of attraction coach is likely to encourage a client to work less and not more. Some people might think law of attraction coaches are less focused in getting results. That couldn't be further from the truth. However, in LOA coaching results are measured in how those results feel vs. what they look like on paper. A law of attraction coach knows that getting there won't matter if it doesn't feel good. We're going to talk about the distictions and why working with an LOA coach might be the best investment a client could ev...

29 MIN2018 FEB 3
Comments
The Nuts and Bolts Differences Between Traditional and LOA Coaching
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