Playlist · by Wendy Maxwell
17 episodes, 7 hours 41 mins
100 - 5 Steps to Get Organized
Listeners we made it to 100 episodes, can you believe it? To celebrate we’re going to go over the 5 steps to get more organized as we also close the #getorganizedchallenge we just hosted. If you have #fomo because you missed the challenge, it’s ok, take a listen to the 5 lessons we went through these last 5 days: 1. Download 2. Prioritize 3. Evaluate 4. Plan 5. Reflect Thank you so so much for these last 100 episodes! I’m so grateful for you! Find Cafe con Pam on all things social www.instagram.com/cafeconpampodcast/ www.facebook.com/cafeconpampodcast www.spreadideasmovepeople.com/podcast Learn about mushrooms: spreadideasmovepeople.com/mushrooms For the Small Biz Support Program head over to spreadideasmovepeople.com/sbsp Subscribe, Rate and Review. Share this episode with someone you love And don't forget to Stay Shining!
This week, Bob and Mike discuss the season 4 premier episode. Listeners are directed to go the the Truth & Justice Podcast Youtube channel to view video surveillance footage of the robberies. Today's Sponsors: Basis by Elysium - Go to www.trybasis.com/truth and enter code "truth" to get your first month of Basis for free Casper Mattresses - Go to www.casper.com/truth and use code "truth" to get $50 toward any mattress purchase
333 - Two Simple Ways to Reduce Anxiety
In this episode, I share the top two things I've done recently to significantly reduce my anxiety each day. Sponsor: http://blinkist.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
342 - Just Do The Thing
In this episode, we take your big goal and make it as simple as possible. Apply for Leapspace: http://www.leapspace.co --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
343 - Procrastinating? Listen to this
In this episode, I talk about why you shouldn't try to "stop procrastinating". Episode Outline: Procrastination is a major struggle for everyone Without "doing the thing" you'll never see a result You'll just keep struggling, it affects your self-esteem and confidence which then affects your willingness to do stuff and try When we procrastinate it may be because we don't feel that we are capable or "good" at the thing My story of procrastinating with sending emails My story of procrastinating with recording course videos Self-doubt is the root We don't want to "stop procrastinating" isntead we want to "get better at..." Identify the main problem Audit your current abilities Start learning This is what I'm doing right now Apply for Leapspace: http://www.leapspace.co Applications are now open for the next round of Leapspace. Leapspace is a 12 week digital group coaching program designed to give you the skills, mentorship, and accountability you need to turn your passion into an impact...
361 - What to Do When You're Anxious
In this episode, I sit down to talk about anxiety and what you can do to break out of it. Definition of Anxiety: Intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. Fast heart rate, rapid breathing, sweating, and feeling tired may occur. You'll Learn: Why anxiety is so difficult to deal with The one trick that can help when dealing with anxiety Why breathing matters and can help calm you down The connection between the brain and the body Resources: The Science of Slow Deep Breathing: (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/neuraptitude/201602/the-science-slow-deep-breathing) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
ProdPod: Episode 32 -- Meditation's Power on Productivity
Welcome to Episode 32 of ProdPod, the podcast of productivity lessons in two minutes or less. I'm Ray Sidney-Smith, your productivity guide.What do MRIs, Buddhist monks and meditation have to do with each other? It turns out, your productivity. There are many studies past and ongoing [here'sa recent article of one such study] that reveal that meditation has innumerable benefits for helping the mind focus, which is one of the key ways in which we can take advantage of our productive hours of the day. However youexpress yourself secularly or spiritually, calling it meditation, prayer, quiet time, introspection or otherwise, as long as you focus your attention calmly and steadily, you can gain the mental benefits. By the act of teaching your brain to focus, the rest of the collateral benefits in your productive life follow naturally. I've meditated for many years and here's a quick exercise that I still practice to this day when I find it difficult to let go of my day ahead, or the day...
ProdPod: Episode 59 -- Habit
I came across this poem (who's author is unknown to me) several years ago and I think it's definitely worth sharing. If you haven't yet listened to Episodes 12 to 15 on habit development, go check those out after listening to this episode. Enjoy!HabitI will push you onward or drag you down tofailure.I am completely at your command.over to me and I will do them - quickly andcorrectly.Show me exactly how you want something doneand after a few lessons, I will do it automatically.and alas, of all failures as well.Those who are great, I have made great.Those who are failures, I have made failures.I work with the precision of a machineplus the intelligence of a person.it makes no difference to me.I will place the world at your feet.I am your constant companion.I am your greatest helper or heaviest burden.Half of the things you do you might as well turnI am easily managed - you must be firm with me.I am the servant of great people,I am not a machine thoughYou may run me for profit or run m...
ProdPod: Episode 71--Two-Minute Book Summary: Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength
Veteran social psychology researcher and professor at Florida State University, Roy F. Baumeister, with journalist John Tierney, joined forces to writeWillpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength[http://amzn.to/1eTrs7h]. This is supposed to be a definitive guide on self-control, which many consider the heart of personal productivity. If you can control your self, then performance improvement potential is a sky's the limit proposition, right? Well, here are the most salient points that I lifted from Dr. Baumeister and Mr. Tierney's book, so you can make your own decision on the matter.Willpower (or, self-control) undergoes something Professor Baumeister calls ego depletion, or the loss of self-control. Willpower is divided into four broad categories: control of thoughts, control of emotions, impulse control, and performance control.All willpower depletes from one reservoir for all tasks and is a finite source. And don't be overly confident in your willpower, as studies show i...
ProdPod: Episode 105 -- The Power of Daily Routines: Morning, Midday and Evening Productivity Routines
For years I’ve spoken about the power of habits, and tangentially, I’ve spoken about many routines that I have--from meditation (Episode 32), to my Day Reset strategy (Episode 69), and more. I use a variety of routines to minimize distractions and maximize my productivity. None more than any others, I have three routines I use every day: my morning, midday, and evening productivity routines. Learn more.
ProdPod: Episode 111 -- Overcoming Procrastination
In Episode 22, I defined procrastination and even gave a few pointers about Procrasti-Doing in Episode 82. In this episode, I’d like to continue the dialog with some tips on overcoming procrastination.
Dead Person Tote Board
Ad free availableA scene of mass death untouched and undisturbed for 70 years. And then, "My lemonade tastes like rat poison!" The Lost Ghost Battlefield of WWII and serial killer Nanny Doss in this box.
Bonus Box #4 Near Death Edition
Ad free availableDriving in an ice storm at the age of 19, he died in an horrific car accident. Against all odds, Thomas Morelli joins us in this box to tell us his amazing story of life after death.
There's A Person In My Pie!
Ad free availableShe stole thousands of children and over 500 of them died in their care. Then, strange messages from the past. Georgia Tann from The Tennessee Children's Home Society and cryptic messages left on tombstones. It's inside the box!
Reincarnated Martian Pilot
Ad free availableIn the 1940s five of their children died in a tragic house fire ... or did they? And then, born a genius, he came to save us from ourselves. And he came from a very unexpected place. Join us inside the 104th BOX.
Jessica Whitaker - NYC Photographer & Community Builder (#31)
Jessica Whitaker is an NYC photographer who built a community of over 50,000 in a single Facebook group. Learn more about Build & Bloom, the importance of having a creative community and practical tips on how to be a freelance photographer.
Patriarchal Society, NYC Culture Shock, Love Languages, and More | A Convo with Friends
How would the world be different if women were in charge? What defines us more, nature or nurture? What is the biggest culture shock of moving to NYC? What are love languages? I sit down with my boyfriend, John Hill, and our friends, Cody and Sarah Jensen, for a candid discussion of these questions and more.
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