Amazing People Amazing Things
By chuck tuck
Amazing People Amazing ThingsOct 10, 2022
Living In the Shadows of An Addict
Do you know an addict? Do you know someone who knows an addict?
Addiction isn't just about drugs and alcohol. It comes in all forms and anyone of us could be an addict. But in this episode Dana Killion walks us through her memoir, Where The Shadows Dance.
Amidst Killion's personal storm, she felt an irresistible urge to cast a brighter light on the shadows – not just hers, but also those of every woman who's shelved her own life for others. Join us as we uncover the power within her memoir as she embarks on a personal transformative journey to be shared with everyone.
Empower360: Navigating Your Destiny
Dr. Marcea leads us on the journey to self-discovery, empowerment, and purpose knows no gender. Join us in exploring the profound stories and transformative insights that guide women to uncover their true selves, define their desires, and fulfill their destinies. But this isn't just about women; it's an inclusive space for men seeking empowerment and direction in their lives. Together, we unravel the universal threads of self-realization, resilience, and purposeful living.
Tune in to empower yourself, irrespective of gender, as we navigate the shared path towards personal growth, fulfillment, and the realization of our unique destinies.
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Chuck Tuck - Host
These Toxic Metals Are Killing Us!
About the Guest
*Douglas Mulhall's career spans his work as a journalist, author, award-winning documentary film maker, TV network founder & CEO, academic researcher, biotech company co-founder, pioneer of digital standards for healthy products, and developer of award-winning healthy buildings. He co-founded Elastrin Therapeutics, dedicated to reversing cardiovascular damage. He also co-founded projects in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Europe, and the U.S. He co-created award-winning buildings in Sweden & Netherlands, and co-developed healthy materials for the building, packaging & printing industries. He has published on calcification in heart disease in journals like Nature's Laboratory Investigations.
available everywhere podcasts are available www.chucktuck.com *taken from the guests website: www.natureoflongevity.com
Rising From the Shadows: A Foster Care Success Story
In this powerful episode, Shameeka Baptist will share her inspiring journey from the pages of her book, The Strength Within. As a young girl, Baptist defied the odds after aging out of the foster care system.
From facing adversity to conquering challenges, Baptist navigated a path to success against all expectations.
Join us in celebrating resilience, triumph, and the indomitable spirit that can flourish even in the toughest circumstances. This is a testament to the strength within us all and a reminder that, with determination and support, anyone can rewrite their story and embrace a future filled with promise. Don't miss this uplifting narrative of resilience, hope, and the pursuit of a brighter tomorrow.
Pick up her book, The Strength Within, available on Amazon and other fine bookstores.
Forever in Our Hearts: A Mother's Journey Through Grief and Understanding Suicide
In this heart-wrenching yet deeply insightful episode, we speak with a courageous mother who lost her beloved son to suicide at the age of 23, nearly 30 years ago. She shares her emotional journey through grief and how her experience has shaped her perspective on depression.
Together, we explore the profound impact of losing a loved one to suicide and the enduring grief that follows. We also delve into the importance of recognizing the warning signs of severe depression, offering valuable insights and information to help others understand and support those who may be struggling.
Join us for a poignant and enlightening conversation that aims to break the stigma surrounding depression and encourages open dialogue about mental health.
A Little Kindness from Beth Dessen Duffy
In this special teaser episode, I'd like to extend my heartfelt thanks to the wonderful Beth Dessen Duffy for sending me her inspiring book of kindness, The Christmas Tree That Changed The World.
You can listen to my in-depth conversation with Beth in Episode 190, available wherever you enjoy your favorite podcasts, or by going to AmazingPeopleAmazingThings.com (watch the teaser video and episode here) It's a testament to the power of kindness and the incredible connections it fosters.
The Ripple Effect of Kindness
Whatever happened to acts of kindness? Does it take much effort to be kind, and what's in it for me?
Get the answers to these and other questions about kindness, when I have a conversation with Beth Dessen Duffy, and The Christmas Tree That Changed The World.
Taming The Violence
How do you tame the violence, and what do I mean by that?
(There is nothing in this episode that contains, condones, or glorifies violence in anyway. This is about theatric combat, and the proper and safe way to reenact with realism)
I had the opportunity to talk to two leading experts in the field of stage and theatrical combat and violence. The following is a statement of Argent Combat's Mission Statement:
Their objectives are
1.) to uphold these values,
2.) to encourage safe techniques for performers and enthusiasts,
3.) to adapt styles of historical and modern forms of combat to dynamic theatrical performances,
4.) to provide artists with the tools they need to develop confidence in their autonomy,
and 5.) to expand Theatre’s influence by engendering new students and audiences who enjoy the expression of stories and emotions through theatrical violence.
In furtherance of these goals, Argent Combat routinely offers workshops and ongoing classes in a variety of disciplines all over Philadelphia, and members can be found attending Regional and National Workshops all over North America.
Diamonds Are Forever: From Picking Cotton
What is so fake about a man-made diamond? They are more real than what you may think.
In this podcast, I have a conversation with my guest about his rise from migrating and picking cotton with his family, to becoming a custom fashion jewelry designer.
Halfway through our conversation we talk about the interesting twist of man-made diamonds vs. real diamonds, and what its value is.
Sonny Blaze® is a progressive, award winning designer specializing in bespoke fine jewelry. Sonny Blaze® joins his artistic vision and gemological skills to create heirloom quality luxury pieces by utilizing state-of-the-art CAD/CAM technology combined with old world artisan skilled manufacturing.
"The Ring" is a profound statement in the declaration of love and therefore should be respected and held in high esteem. It's not just a rock, it's your foundation.®
Unlocking the Healing Conversation
Unlocking the Healing Conversation: Mastering Doctor-Patient Communication
Patient Empowerment 101 with Ann M. Hester, MD "Informed Health: Empowerment Through Questions – Your Guide to Doctor-Patient Communication"
In this podcast, Dr. Hester will inform you what to ask, and how to answer the questions your healthcare provider may ask of you.
We will discuss and cover some of the following topics which are available in her book, Patient Empowerment 101 -
- How to optimize each medical encounter to get the most out of every visit
- Specific questions doctors want to know about common symptoms
- How to expedite your own diagnosis and minimize unnecessary tests and procedures
- Tips on choosing the right doctor
- How to unravel the health insurance maze and understand what you are getting
- How easy it is to develop a personal copy of health records
- Ways to stay safe in the hospital
- How technology can help improve your health
- Why having an advocate in your care is invaluable
- Common medical tests and terms your doctor may use to explain your results
- Frequently used medical abbreviations
- Glossary of common medical terms and a pronunciation key for difficult words
- And More!
My Sister Is An Addict - How We Survived
Michaela's sister is an addict.. so what was she to do?
We talk about the difficulties that face not only the addict, but those who love them, and care for them. But when have to gone too far or not far enough?
Please listen to our conversation as we discuss this, and what helped Michaela find the light at the end of the tunnel.
"THROUGH DIFFICULT, SEEMINGLY IMPOSSIBLE LIFE MOMENTS IS CRAZY HARD. THERE’S A REASON WE ARE CALLED TO DO SO, BUT HOW DO WE STEP INTO OUR CALLING?"
Resilience Redefined: The Lessons Cancer Taught Me
Today's conversation is about the importance a caregiver has on helping the "patient" while maintaining their own health and well being.
I had to know, and I got the answers..
About The Guests:
Nancy Rugart Plummer is a survivor of stage 4 ovarian cancer and metastatic brain cancer, among other traumatic events. As a Wellness & Relationship coach, she has helped hundreds of people navigate life's challenges and opportunities through individual sessions, group seminars, and as a guest speaker.
Robert Rugart left his job in finance to help write this book alongside his mom, Nancy, to inspire and empower caregivers based on his own experiences caregiving for his mom, grandfather and wife. During Nancy’s cancer journey, Robert shared his gifts of playing piano and singing, making theirs the most popular ward in the hospital. It goes to show how music can heal the soul.
Hypnosis for Pain-Free Childbirth: Unlocking the Therapeutic Power Within
A calm birthing experience is what every expecting mother and baby should have. Hypnosis for Pain-Free Childbirth: Unlocking the Therapeutic Power Within Yourself through hypnosis.
In this podcast you will discover the benefits of self hypnosis during child birth with Hypnobabies.
What is Hypnobabies?
Hypnobabies is a best-selling Hypnobirthing course with complete evidence-based childbirth education and includes medical grade, somnambulistic hypnosis. We incorporate binaural beats in our hypnosis tracks’ background music for hemispheric synchronization and deeper, more instant induction into hypnosis. Our Hypnobirthing students also enjoy “eyes-open childbirth hypnosis” during labor, remaining deeply in hypnosis and more comfortable even while walking, talking, and changing positions; being as mobile as they would like. Hypnobabies is well-known for helping people create much shorter, easier and more comfortable labors, making childbirth the joyful experience it was meant to be!
Kerry Tuschhoff, HCHI, CHt, CI is the Founder and Director of Hypnobabies www.hypnobabies.com
Contact Kerry at: email@example.com
Saying Goodbye: Navigating the Difficult Journey of Losing Mom
Saying goodbye to anyone forever is a difficult thing to navigate, but letting go of a parent or child is an emotional rollercoaster. Mark Steven Porro did just that, and talks about in this podcast and in his book, A Cup Of Tea On The Commode.Mark Steven Porro, a New Jersey native (Exit 163), earned an Industrial Design degree from The Ohio State University. After years of agency work, his love of acting led him to Hollywood, where he appeared in dozens of television, film, and stage productions. Mark also spent his twenty-eight years in Tinseltown, entrepreneuring. He started five non-profit companies. But hold the applause, none were intended to be. He now lives in the South of France. But hold your pity. He of sound mind and body chose to suffer in the heart of wine country where the locals insist his French isn’t so bad—at least that’s what he thinks they’re saying. Mark is an award-winning designer, writer, and director. He has written lots of jokes, several screenplays, and one award-winning short film. A Cup of Tea on the Commode—a sad, sweet, and funny debut memoir—chronicles his multitasking adventures of filling his mother’s last years with love, laughter, and joy. Though not always successful, he came pretty damn close.www.acupofteaonthecommode.orgwww.amazingpeopleamazingthings.comwww.chucktuck.com
Children Should Be Allowed to Embrace Failure
Embark on a transformative journey of redefining challenges, empowering children with confidence, and embracing the valuable lessons hidden in failure. Join us as we explore inspiring stories, practical strategies, and insights to help young minds thrive and become resilient in the face of adversity. Together, we'll discover how to unlock the full potential of our future generation, fostering courage, resilience, and a lifelong love for learning. Subscribe to Amazing People Amazing Things, and be part of this empowering conversation! www.AmazingPeopleAmazingThings.com www.CristinaMRamirez.com Empowered By Discomfort: Face Challenges With Confidence Using The 20% Power Principle of Discomfort check out the book: https://amzn.to/3Pv3ivm
8 Principles of Effective Communication
What does it take to be an effective communicator?
Effective communication is a cornerstone of human interaction, allowing individuals to convey thoughts, ideas, and emotions with clarity and accuracy. In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, the ability to communicate what one truly means is a skill that holds immense value.
**1. ** Clarity and Precision: The foundation of effective communication lies in the clarity and precision of your message. Avoid ambiguous language or convoluted sentences that could lead to misunderstandings. For example, when discussing a concept, break it down into digestible components, using specific terms to elucidate your point. A photographer, for instance, could describe the interplay of light and shadow in a photograph, using precise language to convey the desired visual effect.
2. Active Listening: Communication is a two-way street. Active listening involves not only hearing the words but also grasping the underlying emotions and intentions. In your role as a professional development trainer or podcast host, this skill is paramount. When engaging with your audience or clients, attentively listen to their questions and concerns. This not only helps you tailor your responses but also fosters a sense of connection, signaling that you genuinely value their input.
3. Contextual Awareness: Tailoring your communication to the context is crucial. Different situations demand different levels of formality and specificity. When discussing human behavior, for instance, adapt your language to suit the audience—using jargon with colleagues in the field while simplifying concepts for a broader audience. Contextual awareness also extends to non-verbal cues, such as body language and tone of voice, which can significantly influence how your message is received.
4. Storytelling: Humans are wired for stories. Incorporating anecdotes and narratives can make your message more relatable and memorable. As a podcast host or professional development trainer, weaving real-life examples into your discussions can help your audience connect emotionally and intellectually. Stories provide context, evoke empathy, and illustrate complex concepts in an engaging manner.
5. Embrace Visual Aids: A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. Utilize visual aids such as images, graphs, or diagrams to complement your verbal communication. This is especially beneficial for conveying complex ideas that might be challenging to articulate solely through words. For a photographer or a podcaster, visuals can add an extra layer of depth and understanding to your content.
6. Practice Empathy: Understanding your audience's perspective and tailoring your message accordingly demonstrates empathy. Acknowledge their potential concerns or questions, and proactively address them. This shows that you value their viewpoint and are committed to providing them with relevant information. As someone passionate about leaving a positive influence on life, fostering empathy through communication can contribute to that goal.
7. Feedback Loop: Effective communication doesn't end with sending a message; it involves a feedback loop. Encourage your listeners, clients, or audience to provide feedback and ask questions. This not only clarifies any misunderstandings but also demonstrates your willingness to engage in meaningful dialogue. As a podcast host, create opportunities for audience participation, and as a professional development trainer, encourage open discussions in your sessions.
8. Adaptability: No two individuals are the same, and effective communication requires adaptability. Recognize the diversity in your audience, whether in terms of cultural background, knowledge level, or interests. Tailor your communication style to resonate with different groups, ensuring that your message reaches as many people as possible.
Understanding Children, Trauma, Adoption, and Fostering
This podcast is about dealing with children and trauma. Understanding adopted and fostered children, and what they may be going through.
Linda J. Cronin lives on Cape Cod in Massachusetts with her two children, who were adopted from Guatemala in 2008, and their three awesome cats. She is the president of her own Civil Engineering company, the founder of the non-profit Help Children Heal, and the inventor of an interactive therapeutic toy and a board game for adopted and foster children with trauma. She is passionate about helping children overcome their trauma through fun books and toys. She is also an award-winning photographer and avid hiker.
You can read more about Linda at www.positopiaworld.com and discover how to help children heal from developmental trauma at www.helpchildrenheal.com
The Cruel Diagnosis of Autism
Autism or ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) in America is on the rise..
From Autism Speaks.org
- In 2023, the CDC reported that approximately 1 in 36 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to 2020 data.
- Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls.
- Most children were still being diagnosed after age 4, though autism can be reliably diagnosed as early as age 2.
- 31% of children with ASD have an intellectual disability (intelligence quotient [IQ] 85).
- Autism affects all ethnic and socioeconomic groups.
- Minority groups tend to be diagnosed later and less often.
- Early intervention affords the best opportunity to support healthy development and deliver benefits across the lifespan.
- There is no medical detection for autism.
Today's guest, Deann Hampton, talks about her experience dealing with autism, and share some of her incites to what to look for, and how to deal/care for children and young adults with ASD.
visit her site: www.DeannHampton.com
Fries or Tots? What's Behind The Tater Tot Story
Who doesn't love tater tots, and the best brand has got to be Ore-Ida.
Get the true story of how the Ore-Ida brand and tater tots got their start from the family of the inventors.
Order up a side of tots, and sit back for a history lesson.
Watch for the Grigg Tater Tot Legacy Foundation, coming soon.
Love Yourself First
This is a short podcast excerpt that will be featured in September, for National Recovery Month.
My guest Michaela Canterbury knows firsthand what it is like to deal with an addict.. but, you also need to love yourself first, to help.
Watch for the episode to be aired in its entirety in September. In the meantime, head to Amazon to checkout her book, Sister Siren. Click here: https://amzn.to/3KgRvNU
The Moses of Wall Street: Investing In The Stock Market
Learn the long and short game of the stock market investing with investment expert, Ron Tank. Ron is the author of “The Moses of Wall Street” and Founder of the Triple Tank System, the only investing system created from a biblical truth. Known to his friends and clients simply as Tank. He also teaches new and experienced investors on how to eliminate risk and maximize returns in the stock market to become “Bulletproof Investors!” #money #investing #wealth
Beneath the Surface: Exploring Deeper Understanding for Stress Relief
Transform your life through healing past trauma.
Join me in this discussion with Andrew Hahn, Psy.D. He is a licensed clinical psychologist. He received his A.B. Magna Cum Laude in Social Studies/Psychology from Harvard University and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Hahnemann University. He is certified by Helen Palmer to teach the Enneagram and has also been a faculty member in the graduate Counselling Programs at Lesley University and Northeastern University.
visit: The One-Hour Miracle
Unlocking the Power of Stretching: Mastering the Art of Muscle Repair
Stretching is a very simple, yet effective therapy for all ages that works in relieving all kinds of muscular pain. Muscular pain leads to many ailments and this therapy repairs and rejuvenates the muscle itself. My objective is to teach everyone how to do this themselves so they can care for their body at home.
Design, Create, Learn, An Online Strategy
Learn the concepts behind being a successful online trainer, tutor, and content creator. Rebecca Frost Cuevas, founder of Learn and Get Smarter, Inc., is an award-winning professional course developer and teacher who has spent the last ten years exploring the complex issue of how to take learning experiences that work well face to face and translate them for online learning and new media.
Integrative Palliative Care - What You Need to Know
Welcome to today's important topic of palliative care.
Do you know what palliative care is, and the difference between palliative and hospice care?
Please welcome Dr. Chiaramonte.
Her professional path as she outlines on her website, has been a meandering one that has brought her to exactly where she supposed to be.
Dr. Chiaramonte began practice as a new family physician, and was surprised that many of her patients were suffering from symptoms that no pill could fix. They were exhausted, but their thyroid and blood counts were normal. Their bodies ached but she couldn’t find a lesion. Their life felt flat even though everything was fine. Dr. Chiaramonte desperately wanted to relieve their suffering, but the skills that she learned in medical school weren’t what these patients needed. .
Palliative care and hospice care are both forms of healthcare that aim to provide comfort, support, and quality of life to patients with serious illnesses. While there are similarities between the two, there are also key differences in their focus, goals, and timing.
Palliative care is a multidisciplinary approach to care that focuses on improving the quality of life for patients facing serious illnesses, regardless of the prognosis. Its primary goal is to provide relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress associated with the illness, as well as addressing emotional, social, and spiritual needs. Palliative care can be provided alongside curative treatments and is not limited to end-of-life situations. It is suitable at any stage of illness, from diagnosis through treatment, and even during recovery or disease management. Palliative care teams typically consist of doctors, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and other specialists who work together to address the holistic needs of the patient.
Hospice care, on the other hand, is a specific type of palliative care that focuses on providing support to patients who are nearing the end of life. It is typically offered when curative treatments are no longer effective or desired and when life expectancy is estimated to be six months or less. Hospice care emphasizes managing pain and other symptoms while providing emotional and spiritual support to the patient and their loved ones. The goal is to ensure a comfortable and dignified end-of-life experience. Hospice care is usually provided at home, but it can also be offered in specialized hospice facilities, hospitals, or nursing homes.
In summary, palliative care is a broader approach to improving the quality of life for patients with serious illnesses at any stage, whereas hospice care is a specific form of palliative care that is provided to individuals with a life expectancy of six months or less. Both types of care prioritize comfort, symptom management, and holistic support, but hospice care is specifically focused on end-of-life care.
Dr. Chiaramonte's podcast: www.integrativepalliative.com/podcast
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Why Juneteenth? Commemorating Freedom and Celebrating Resilience
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a momentous celebration observed on June 19th each year in the United States. This commemorative holiday holds profound historical significance as it marks the day when the last enslaved African Americans in Texas were finally emancipated, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. The essence of Juneteenth lies in acknowledging the past, celebrating freedom, and promoting unity, education, and equality. This essay aims to explore the meaning of Juneteenth, its historical context, and the enduring significance it holds in our collective narrative.
The Emancipation Proclamation, issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863, proclaimed the freedom of slaves in Confederate territories. However, it was not until June 19, 1865, when Union General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, and delivered the news that the enslaved people in Texas were finally freed. This delay in receiving the news of their freedom, often attributed to geographical isolation and the resistance of slaveholders, gives Juneteenth its poignant significance.
Juneteenth represents a moment of liberation, not just for the African American community, but for the entire nation. It serves as a reminder of the struggles endured by generations of enslaved people and the triumph of their resilience. It is a day to honor their legacy, contributions, and cultural heritage. Juneteenth symbolizes the pursuit of freedom, justice, and equality, while also acknowledging the ongoing struggle for racial progress and social justice.
One of the most significant aspects of Juneteenth is its role as an educational opportunity. It prompts us to delve into the dark chapters of history, fostering a greater understanding of the horrors of slavery and the profound impact it had on African Americans and the nation as a whole. By acknowledging this painful past, we create space for healing and growth, promoting empathy and compassion. Juneteenth encourages critical conversations, allowing us to confront systemic racism and work towards a more inclusive society.
Juneteenth is a day to come together as a community, celebrating the achievements and resilience of African Americans throughout history. It serves as a unifying force, transcending racial boundaries and fostering a sense of solidarity. Parades, festivals, picnics, and family gatherings are held nationwide, highlighting African American culture, music, art, and cuisine. These celebrations not only recognize the struggles overcome but also showcase the rich cultural heritage that has shaped American society.
The relevance of Juneteenth extends beyond its historical origins. It serves as a poignant reminder that the struggle for racial justice and equality is ongoing. It compels us to examine and address the systemic inequalities that persist in our society. By acknowledging Juneteenth and its significance, we commit ourselves to the pursuit of social justice, equal opportunity, and dismantling the barriers that hinder progress.
Juneteenth is a day of remembrance, celebration, and education, holding profound significance for the African American community and the nation as a whole. It reminds us of the enduring power of resilience, the importance of acknowledging our past, and the commitment to a more inclusive future. As we celebrate Juneteenth, let us embrace the spirit of unity, empathy, and justice, working towards a society that honors the principles of freedom and equality for all.
Why Weekends Are Important To Your Wellbeing
The Anticipation and Significance of Weekends and Days Off from Work
In our fast-paced and demanding world, people eagerly anticipate weekends and days off from work as a respite from their daily routines. These precious moments provide an opportunity to recharge, relax, and engage in activities that bring joy and fulfillment. This essay explores the reasons why individuals eagerly look forward to weekends and the significance of taking time off from work for physical and mental well-being.
Rest and rejuvenation Weekends and days off offer a chance to rest and rejuvenate both physically and mentally. Continuous work can be mentally exhausting and drain one's energy reserves. Regular breaks allow individuals to recover from the stresses of their jobs, reducing the risk of burnout and enhancing overall well-being. By prioritizing rest, individuals can recharge their batteries, regain focus, and return to work with renewed motivation and productivity.
Personal fulfillment and hobbies Weekends and days off provide an opportunity for individuals to engage in activities that bring them personal fulfillment. People have diverse interests and hobbies that may not align with their work responsibilities. Having time off allows individuals to pursue these passions, whether it be spending time with family and friends, pursuing creative endeavors, participating in sports, or exploring nature. Engaging in activities outside of work fosters a sense of fulfillment, promotes self-expression, and contributes to a balanced and meaningful life.
Quality time with loved ones In the fast-paced modern world, time often becomes a scarce resource. Weekends and days off from work enable individuals to spend quality time with their loved ones, strengthening familial bonds and nurturing relationships. Shared experiences, conversations, and meaningful connections with family and friends have a positive impact on mental well-being and provide a sense of belonging. Taking time away from work allows individuals to prioritize their relationships and create lasting memories, fostering a sense of happiness and fulfillment.
Health and self-care The importance of taking time off from work extends beyond leisure and personal fulfillment; it also plays a crucial role in physical and mental health. Time away from work allows individuals to focus on self-care activities such as exercise, proper nutrition, and adequate sleep. Engaging in these activities helps maintain a healthy lifestyle, reduces stress levels, improves cognitive function, and enhances overall well-being. By prioritizing their health, individuals can prevent work-related health issues and enjoy a higher quality of life.
Weekends and days off from work hold immense value in today's fast-paced society. They serve as a valuable opportunity to rest, rejuvenate, and pursue personal interests and hobbies. Additionally, these moments provide individuals with the chance to strengthen relationships, spend quality time with loved ones, and engage in self-care activities. By recognizing the importance of taking time off from work, both employers and employees can promote a healthier work-life balance, leading to improved productivity, job satisfaction, and overall well-being. It is crucial to value and prioritize these breaks as an integral part of a fulfilling and balanced life.
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Welcome To The Hood
Stepping out the box and doing something different, scary, out of the ordinary for you, can be defined as, Redefining Courage. What have you done lately that redefines courage for you? Leave a comment and let's talk about it. www.redefiningcourage.com #mentalhealth
Make Your Life A 10
In the episode, my guest shares his story of courage and overcoming obstacles to become an entrepreneur, researcher, consultant, trainer and coach. ABOUT:
Stuart Lichtman Is the developer of the Cybernetic Transposition and Shared-Vision Leadership Systems the Super Achiever Coaching Program, the Cybernetic Transposition Multimedia Learning Program, the Cybernetic Transposition Trainer/Coach Training and the Super Entrepreneur Training (forthcoming), author of “The Art of Success, Luck, and Harmony”, “The Impossible as a Matter of Course”, and “How to Get Lots of Money for Anything—Fast” and co-author of “Eye to Eye: Joyfully and Successfully Parenting 3 to 5 Year Old Children”.
He’s also creator of the Arintel artificial intelligence data analysis program, President of Partners in Excellence, Inc. and President of Successful Ventures Publishing, Inc.
Stuart’s formal education includes undergraduate and graduate work at MIT in engineering, psychology, and artificial intelligence, masters work in applied psychology, and doctoral work in organization development and cross cultural business. He has also conducted extensive research on the unconscious/intuitive bases of success and the individual and collective operation of the human mind.
Stuart has directed or run 100 companies and trained more than 50,000 people around the world.
Heart Mind Resonance - A Soulful Journey
Today's guest was was born with awareness of intuition, but not always aware of the imminent importance of following its guidance. Since childhood, she's known about significant events before they would happen. She knew before family members would die. She also knew before she had a car accident, job loss, and when others were thinking about her. Angelique Medow can smell scents at a distance. "I know without logic. I sense people’s feelings. I can see people’s soul lessons, and what can be done to allow them to learn, when they are willing."
Please enjoy this informative, transformative, and soulful podcast, with Angelique Medow.
Change Is Coming
Change is coming, and I need your input.
Discover Your Best Self
My guest, Steve Gallegos shares his experiences on how he realized what it took to maximize his human potential. The big question is why? Are you aware?
Listen to the full podcast to understand what it takes to maximize your potential.
Steve Gallegos, known as “America’s Ambassador on Success,” is a renowned authority on personal growth and success. With a diverse background that includes experience as a U.S. Marine Sergeant, Law Enforcement Officer, Singer-Songwriter/Recording Artist, Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, published Commercial Photographer, award-winning author, and international speaker, Steve brings an unparalleled level of expertise and real-world insight to the realm of personal development and communication.
Driven by his vision of empowering individuals to unlock their full potential, Steve has made a profound impact on the lives of countless professionals, entrepreneurs, and business owners. His unique approach to self-mastery, communication, and relationship building has allowed his clients to achieve success in various aspects of their lives, both personal and professional.
At the core of Steve’s values lies the unwavering belief in the power of human potential. He is passionate about helping people rewrite, produce, and direct their own lives to overcome limitations and achieve their goals. Steve’s dedication to sharing his knowledge and insights has transformed lives, inspiring individuals to embrace their unique strengths and cultivate meaningful connections with others.
Steve is also the Co-Founder and President of the Voices of Impact Awards™. Inspired by some of the world’s most impactful events, such as TEDx, the Grammys, and American Idol, the Voices of Impact Awards™ celebrates the human spirit by recognizing and honoring people with original songs or personal stories that can inspire humanity.
Discover the transformative power of Steve Gallegos’ expertise and learn how partnering with Steve can help your audience unlock the doors to personal and professional achievement.
Motivation: Self Mental Health
In today's fast paced world, we need to be mindful about our own mental health and physical well being.
In this podcast, we will cover 7 multifaceted importance of self mental health and provides insights into nurturing well-being and resilience.
A Balanced Diet For Optimal Energy
What can a proper diet give you? ENERGY!
In a world where hectic schedules, convenience foods, and sedentary lifestyles have become the norm, it is crucial that we understand the significance of nourishing our bodies with the right nutrients to sustain our energy levels and overall well-being.
A balanced diet encompasses the intake of a variety of foods from different food groups, providing our bodies with the necessary macronutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, as well as an array of essential micronutrients including vitamins and minerals. These nutrients act as the fuel our bodies require to function optimally, allowing us to perform our daily activities, excel in our endeavors, and lead a fulfilling life.
One of the primary reasons why a balanced diet is important for energy lies in the role carbohydrates play. Carbohydrates serve as the main source of fuel for our bodies, providing us with the energy required to carry out physical and mental activities. Complex carbohydrates, found in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, are especially beneficial as they release energy slowly and help maintain stable blood sugar levels, preventing energy crashes and promoting sustained productivity throughout the day.
Proteins, another essential component of a balanced diet, are the building blocks of our body tissues, including muscles, organs, and the immune system. Consuming adequate protein is crucial for the repair and regeneration of our cells, ensuring optimal energy production and vitality. Lean sources of protein, such as poultry, fish, legumes, and nuts, should be included in our daily meals to maintain a healthy balance.
Furthermore, healthy fats obtained from sources like avocados, olive oil, and nuts are vital for energy production and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. These fats provide a sustained source of energy, support brain function, and aid in the absorption of crucial nutrients. Including these healthy fats in moderation within a balanced diet is essential for maintaining energy levels and promoting overall well-being.
A balanced diet also entails the incorporation of a wide range of fruits and vegetables, which are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. These nutrients play a pivotal role in various bodily functions, including energy production, metabolism, and immune system support. By consuming a colorful array of fruits and vegetables, we can provide our bodies with the necessary nutrients to boost our energy levels and protect ourselves from illnesses.
Moreover, hydration is a vital aspect often overlooked when discussing a balanced diet for energy. Staying adequately hydrated is crucial for optimal bodily functions and energy levels. Water helps transport nutrients throughout our bodies, regulates body temperature, and enhances cognitive performance. It is imperative to drink an adequate amount of water daily, especially during physical exertion or in hot climates, to maintain energy and prevent dehydration-related fatigue.
In conclusion, the importance of a balanced diet for energy cannot be overstated. By fueling our bodies with the right combination of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water, we can optimize our energy levels, enhance our performance, and lead a healthier and more fulfilling life. Let us make conscious choices to prioritize a balanced diet, nurturing our bodies with the nutrients they need and enabling us to thrive in all aspects of our lives.
What's So Kinky About..?
Maximizing Your Full Potential
Unlocking your full potential is not just about setting goals; it's about taking consistent action. Embrace the power of discipline and cultivate good habits. Commit to a daily routine that aligns with your goals and stay focused, even when faced with obstacles. Remember, productivity is not about working harder; it's about working smarter. Prioritize your tasks, eliminate distractions, and make the most of your time and resources. www.chucktuck.com
A Special Thanks
Doing podcast gives me the opportunity to meet many interesting people. I just wanted to publicly thank two of them. Chris Whaley - The Masked Saint Angelique Meadow - Will You Grow (Personal Growth)
Great Hands, Great Life!
Having great hands.. having strong hands.. keeping your hands in peak performance mode can make a difference in your life. Imagine if those hands of yours were in constant pain from poor circulation or lack of strength. Now imagine all the things you do with your hands and what it would be like to not be able to do them.
In this podcast, my guest Dr. Terry Zachary give the reason behind what it means to have great hands, great life; which happens to be the title of his book. He is also the inventor and developer of The Handmaster Plus.
Please enjoy this podcast.
Eating For Clarity, What You Eat Is What You Think
If you've ever had a brain fart.. er, excuse me, a brain fog, it could be because of what you are eating, or not eating.
Having a proper diet can help with your mental clarity and alertness. If you're eating "junk food," you could be adding to that mental fog you may be experiencing.
In this podcast we'll discuss what it means to eat properly compared to eating poor foods that are lacking in nutrition.
Where To Find Everyday Life Inspiration
Finding inspiration in everyday life can bring happiness and fulfillment to our lives. It can also reduce stress and and increase creativity, but how can we find inspiration?
Listen to this podcast to learn how.
Don't Be Alone
1 is a lonely number so don't be the one.
Get out and have a good time with friends. Staying home too much can lead to mental and physical problems.
What You Need To Know When Buying A Home: Credit Score Awareness
Although times are tough right now, mortgage lender, Jeff Baxter with Guild Mortgage still has clients asking questions and looking.
Baxter gives some insight to questions about how credit score ratings work, what to be aware of, and how to prepare yourself for perhaps the single largest investment of your life. www.ApplywithJeffBaxter.comwww.chucktuck.com
The Power of Connection: Why Building Strong Relationships is Essential for Success
Mortgage Lending Conditions: 60 sec trailer - full episode on 5.4.2023
THIS IS A 60 second TRAILER for the upcoming episode to be released on May 4, 2023 with mortgage expert Jeff Baxter, Guild Mortgage.
Baxter is available for home lending in Washington, California, and Arizona.
WHO IS THE MASKED SAINT? Inspired by True Events
Dr. Chris Whaley is the author of The Masked Saint-
About the Author
Chris Whaley is a former professional wrestler and has been a Southern Baptist pastor for 30 years. The Masked Saint is based on his own life; he wrestled under the ring name, The Saint, from 1978 – 1988. He was trained by the Great Malenko, and wrestled such greats as Rocky Johnson (father of Dwayne Johnson) and the Undertaker. Chris married his high school sweetheart; they have two daughters and live in Florida.
Visit The Masked Saint: www.TheMaskedSaint.com
Find the 2016 movie The Masked Saint
Is Failure A Natural Thing?
We've all experienced failure at some point in our lives, and it's not always easy to bounce back from it. But it's important to remember that failure is a natural part of life, and we can use it as an opportunity to grow and learn.
The Strange Things You Can Do With Coke
Why drink Coca-Cola when you can do so much more with it.
Playing Bass with Mark Dalton
Longtime musician, bass player, Mark Dalton shares his experiences of being a musician. You may not know his name unless you are a Seattle native or in your late 50's or older. But you still may not know him by his name, but you probably remember the chart toping song, 2525 performed by Zager and Evans. Dalton was the you lad who played on the studio recording of that hit song.
Stream music by Mark Dalton
POWER OF VISUALIZATION
#Motivation #inspiration #mentalhealth
Today, I want to talk to you about the power of visualization. Visualization is a technique that can help you achieve your goals and live the life of your dreams. It is a powerful tool that can help you to unlock your potential and create the future that you desire.
Visualization is the process of creating a mental image of what you want to achieve. It involves imagining yourself in a specific situation, and visualizing the outcome that you desire. Visualization can be used in many different areas of life, including sports, business, and personal development.
The power of visualization lies in its ability to program your subconscious mind. When you visualize something, you are essentially telling your subconscious mind what you want to achieve. Your subconscious mind then goes to work to help you achieve your goals. It does this by sending you messages that are aligned with your vision, and by helping you to take the necessary actions to achieve your goals.
Visualization also helps you to overcome obstacles and challenges. When you visualize yourself overcoming a challenge, you are programming your mind to find solutions to that challenge. You are training your mind to look for opportunities and to focus on the positive aspects of the situation.
So, how can you harness the power of visualization? The first step is to identify your goals and dreams. What is it that you want to achieve? Once you have identified your goals, start visualizing yourself achieving them. Imagine yourself in the situation that you desire, and focus on the positive outcome that you want to achieve.
It is also important to use visualization as a daily practice. Take a few minutes each day to visualize your goals and dreams. This will help you to stay focused on your goals and to stay motivated.
In conclusion, the power of visualization is immense. It is a tool that can help you to achieve your goals and to live the life of your dreams. By using visualization as a daily practice, you can program your subconscious mind to help you achieve your goals and to overcome any obstacles that come your way. So, start visualizing your goals today and unlock your true potential!
Is Everybody Happy? Inside A Hollywood Family
Is Everybody Happy?: The Untold Story of Kathy O'Dare A Hollywood Starlet and Her Struggles with Mental Illness She was an amazing person and a fantastic and loving Hollywood Starlet sister said author David F. D'Orazi. The November Thanksgiving and December Christmas holidays, are a time for love and family gatherings. This story will show how becoming a Hollywood Starlet, can affect someone in later life. D'Orazi's first book is about the successes and struggles of an influential twentieth century artist Tony D’Orazi are detailed in this first-ever biography, “The In-Between Artist: The Story of Tony D’Orazi”, from his early years as a child prodigy in Missoula, Montana, to his ascension into an award-winning artist by way of New York City and Chicago and his days working for Disney to ultimately becoming the radio and television personality known as Uncle Tony O’Dare, “the first cartoonist of the air.” Tony’s personal struggles would repeatedly attempt to derail his artistic ambitions, but the art would always find a way to persevere.
His books are available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble Website.
Find the book here: Hollywood
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