20 - Influencing by Description
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Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
The Living Hour
Values for Climbing the Hill of Life | Motivationals
Listen to episode 530 of the Inspirational Living Podcast: Values for Climbing the Hill of Life. Edited and adapted from Making the Grade by C.V. Mosby. *Motivational Podcast Excerpt* : There is both a science and an art in the correct estimation of values. It takes training and mature judgment to pick the false from the true. And there is a fine art in the application of values to the things in life that are worthwhile. It is easy for us to fall into the error of thinking values are relative. Perspectives of value may indeed vary, but the inherent value remains. And the value of those things in life that assist in making the grade remain fixed and definite. The value of patience, imagination, self-confidence, health, truth, and honesty of purpose remains the same, and will always be fixed and definite. It makes no difference what your estimation of them may be. A yardstick measures thirty-six inches. If one looks at a string that is thirty-six inches in length and says that it is only thirty-four, the thirty-six inches still remain; the value is not lost because some individual underestimated it. A correct understanding of values that touch the great principles of life is an absolute necessity in making the grade. Your taste may differ from that of your neighbor; your likes and your dislikes may be entirely at variance; but all must agree on the worth of the cardinal factors that constitute a successful life. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/inspirational-living/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
14 min
The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
IVM Podcasts
Ep. 351: Building Resilience Through Exercise with Mallika Parekh
On the second episode with Mallika Parekh, Owner of Physique 57, Ashdin and Mallika talk about rock bottoms, how they are times of tremendous growth, what rock bottoms mean for Mallika, the kind of thoughts that one goes through in a rock bottom, not having any answers but just a lot of questions, what one can do to get out of rock bottoms, the importance of patience and taking small steps in the direction of recovery, why you shouldn't do dramatic things when going through such times, what Mallika's own rock bottom was like, realising she was in a failed marriage, how she managed to pull herself out of it and the steps she took at the time to deal with it, how working out and having a routine helped her tremendously during that time, how it can be helpful to find something physical in nature at times when we go through difficult moments in our lives, the need to take action and to find out how we can take that action, and lots more. Tune in for an extremely powerful episode. Follow Physique 57 India on Instagram: https://instagram.com/physique57india Or check out their website: Physique57india.com Check out the Awesome180 Habit Coach app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.awesome180.habitcoach You can follow Ashdin Doctor on Instagram @ashdindoc (https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/?hl=en ) Check out Ashdin's website - Awesome180 ( http://awesome180.com/ ) Youtube Channel - The Habit Coach - Awesome180 ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQpxuIf7moTOU8kCAu0Zfg ) You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
27 min
Tiny Leaps, Big Changes
Tiny Leaps, Big Changes
Gregg Clunis
627 - How to Stop Reacting Emotionally
In this episode, we look at how to stop reacting emotionally to tough situations.  Sponsor: Head over to www.blinkist.com/tinyleaps to get 25% off and a 7-day free trial. www.blinkist.com/tinyleaps The Problem You’ve probably heard before that humans are emotional creatures who make decisions based purely on feeling and then try to justify it afterwards with logic. This isn’t a new idea, it’s one that I’ve shared on this podcast in the past and it’s one that many others have discussed as well. This isn’t by accident. There are a few different ways that we process information but things tend to start with the amygdala (or the croc brain as some call it). This is the part of the brain that most if not all species have. Digging Deeper Before we can talk about fixing the issue we need to better understand what is going on. As I mentioned earlier, the Amygdala's job is to process information before it gets to the prefrontal cortex. With that said, when something gets to the Amygdala we aren’t actually make a decision on the information. Afterall, the definition of a decision is “A conclusion or resolution reached after consideration” In order to make a decision we need to think about something. That’s not what the Amygdala does. The Solution The answer is simply to slow the situation down. We now know that changing the immediate emotional reaction is a tough task. This is because the Amygdala’s job is to create an autonomic response to the information it receives. So don’t waste any time beating yourself up because you had an immediate negative response to something. Yes, logically you know that it’s not a real issue, but your brain never had a chance to process that. It’s okay. So since we can’t change that autonomic response, our only choice is to slow down the external situation. This gives us time to push back against the autonomic response and create a better response. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
14 min
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