How Not To Be Your Own Worst Enemy, Part 1 - "Pay Attention to the Tension”
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Have you ever been your own worst enemy? Most of us have. Avoiding that scenario begins when we first pay attention to our own red flags.

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Life.Church with Craig Groeschel
Life.Church with Craig Groeschel
Life.Church
Take Your Mind Back
Sometimes no matter what we do, we make the wrong decision. It’s as though we have the wires crossed in our minds. The truth is, our lives are always moving in the direction of our strongest thoughts. So how do you change your thinking so you can change your life? Join us this week for Week 2 of Winning the War in Your Mind to find out! Sometimes no matter what we do, we make the wrong decision. It’s as though we have the wires crossed in our minds. The truth is, our lives are always moving in the direction of our strongest thoughts. So how do you change your thinking so you can change your life? Join us this week for Week 2 of Winning the War in Your Mind to find out! ABOUT THIS MESSAGE Our thoughts are powerful. They change our perspective, impact our decisions, and influence our habits. But what do we do when we become trapped by our thoughts, unable to escape negative and unhealthy thinking? Let’s learn what it means to take our thoughts captive and win the war in our minds. Learn more about Winning the War in Your Mind: https://www.life.church/media/winning-the-war-in-your-mind/ Start the _Winning the War in Your Mind_ Bible Plan: www.go2.lc/war WE’RE OPEN To ensure safety at all of our Life.Church locations, our weekend services have been redesigned to create a sanitary, touchless environment that allows for physical distancing. Learn more about everything we're doing to keep you safe and how you can help by using hand sanitizer, washing your hands often, and more: https://www.life.church/updates Find a time and attend a service with us: http://www.life.church/locations NEXT STEPS Have you made a decision to follow Jesus? You may be wondering what’s next on your journey. We want to help! Let us guide you to your next steps in your walk with Christ: https://www.life.church/next ABOUT LIFE.CHURCH Wherever you are in life, you have a purpose. Life.Church wants to help you find your next step. Our hope is that your journey will include joining us at a Life.Church location throughout the United States or globally online at https://www.live.life.church. Find locations, videos, and more info about us at https://www.life.church or download the Life.Church app at https://www.life.church/app. FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/life.church Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/life.church Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lifechurch CONNECT WITH PASTOR CRAIG YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIIdiIO-Y20hRW9niR0CA8A Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/craiggroeschel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/craiggroeschel Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/craiggroeschel #lifechurch #craiggroeschel
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Dream Big Podcast with Bob Goff and Friends
Dream Big Podcast with Bob Goff and Friends
AccessMore
Craig Groeschel - Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life
As one of the most respected leaders in the Church, Craig speaks frequently at leadership events and conferences worldwide. In addition to writing and speaking extensively on leadership principles and strategies, he serves as champion for the Global Leadership Summit, and hosts the top-ranking Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast. Glassdoor has also named him in the top 10 CEOs in the U.S. (small and midsize companies) and named Life.Church the #1 Place to Work under his leadership. Craig is a New York Times bestselling author of books on a wide variety of topics, including dating and marriage, social media, purpose, direction, church leadership, and more. His latest book, Winning the War in Your Mind , shows you how to break free from the grip of destructive thinking, enabling you to live the life of joy and peace God has for you. JOIN BOB WEEKLY We’ve launched a new subscription-based offering with exclusive content from the one and only Bob Goff. In vintage Bob fashion, you can join him on his adventure of living a life of whimsy, love, and action. Each week you'll receive a video message from Bob, plus guided reflection exercises and activities for personal growth and structured conversations with friends. Now more than ever we need to look to voices we can trust. If Bob's message has inspired you in the past, you're not going to want to miss out on Bob Weekly. So sign up today and let Bob guide you as you go through this unpredictable thing called your life. Learn More bobgoff.com/weekly On the episode: Producer : Tatave Abeshyan Producer & Co-host : Scott Schimmel
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MoneyWise
MoneyWise
Rob West & Steve Moore
The Trouble With Home Warranties
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29 If you’re looking to buy peace of mind with a home warranty to cover appliance and system repairs, consumer experts say you may be disappointed. Turn on the radio or TV and you won’t have to wait long to hear a commercial about home warranties; do they deliver on their promises? Today, Kingdom Advisors President Rob West has the low down on these offers. Are home warranties worth the money? Well, although home warranty companies have their satisfied customers, there are so many more dissatisfied customer reviews that I don’t think they’re worth the time, trouble and expense. In fact, theWashington Posthas reported that the nation’s largest home warranty company was hit with nearly 11,000 complaints to the Better Business Bureau in the last three years. And that’s justonewarranty company. Really,you just don’t needone. These warranties usually cost between $300 and $600 a year. That adds up. You’re better off putting that money into liquid savings so that you can cover the cost of any needed repairs or replacement yourself. One of the biggest selling points of a warranty is peace of mind. Well, you can also get peace of mind by having an adequate emergency fund! Limitations. Customers tend to think they’re buying a blanket form of insurance that’ll cover just about anything that breaks in the home. But that’s not the case. Typically, these contracts are quite specific, covering major appliances and heating and cooling systems and not much else. A lot of things can go bad in a house so there’s a long list of things there are typically not covered by a home warranty. Alarm systems and telephone wiring, and root-damaged or collapsed plumbing lines outside the foundation are just a few areas not covered. Also, window air conditioners aren’t covered and neither are fireplaces, wood or pellet heating units, freestanding freezers, garage door assemblies, hot tubs, and piping for wells. A very common complaint is that even when the company agrees to repair an item, they require you to use their technicians and so the work suffers. You’ll often hear that a homeowner was required to pay an additional $50 or $75 fee to the contractor just for showing up but the problem still didn’t get fixed. Or if an item is replaced, it’s often with the least expensive appliance available. On today’s program we also answer your questions: What do you think about prenuptial agreements? I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and I’m widowed and have two, adult children in college. I owe about $70,000 on my mortgage. Should I use my 401(k) money to pay off the house? Is it inappropriate to expect our grown, working children who still live with us to help with some of the home expenses? I was saving for a home, I built my credit score up, but got into an auto accident. Unfortunately, gap insurance fell through and the auto loan sent me to collections and absolutely crushed my credit. What advice do you have? Ask your questions at (800) 525-7000 or email them atquestions@moneywise.org. Visit our website atmoneywise.orgwhere you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, purchase books, and even download free, helpful resources. Like and Follow us on Facebook atMoneyWise Mediafor videos and the very latest discussion!Remember that it’s your prayerful and financial support that keeps MoneyWise on the air. Help us continue this outreach by clicking the Donate tab at the top of the page.
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Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
John O'Leary
Ben Nemtin of MTV's 'The Buried Life': What Do You Want to Do Before You Die? (ep. 336)
In 2006, Ben Nemtin and three childhood friends started The Buried Life: a list of 100 things to do before you die. For every item on the list they accomplished, they helped a stranger cross something off their bucket list. Ben has crossed off 93 including write a New York Times bestselling book What Do You Want to Do BeforeYou Die?, make a TV show, be interviewed by Oprah (who called their mission “truly inspiring") and play basketball with President Obama (who said Ben is an “inspiration for a new generation”). Today, Ben shares what inspired the bucket list quest, its impact on millions to thrive personally and professionally and the practical steps you can take to create your bucket list today. SHOW NOTES: * Growing up in Pleasantville: Although Victoria, British Columbia + his childhood was idyllic, Ben put unsurmountable pressure on himself leading to anxiety and crippling depression as a young adult. After being dropped from the national rugby team, Ben dropped out of school and became isolated. * Rediscovering a zest for life, Ben + three friends set out on a two-week road trip with a bucket list of 100 things they’d like to do before they die, and helping others accomplish something on their list along the way. * MTV's The Buried Life * The series name The Buried Life was inspired by Matthew Arnold’s poem written in 1852 by the same name. * "But often, in the world's most crowded streets, But often, in the din of strife, There rises an unspeakable desire After the knowledge of our buried life." Read the full poem here. * A-Ha, the Ripple Effect: During the 14-year journey, The Buried Life team was inspiring others to create and go after their own personal goals and passions. * When creating an item for the list, which included play basketball with President Obama, ride a bull and sing the National Anthem to a packed stadium, they pretended they had $10 millions and that anything was possible. Get the full list here. * In 2006, a man named Brent wanted to deliver pizzas to the homeless shelter he spent three years living in. He pulled himself out of that homeless shelter by starting a business that relied heavily on a now-broken down truck. With $408, the team bought him a truck and felt the profound impact they were having on others. * Valuing authenticity, they battled to executive produce The Buried Life when MTV signed them to a contract in 2010. * “No goal is greater than any other goal.” Kissing the Stanley Cup was a reminder that no matter how mundane or epic a list item was, it was important as long as it was important to them. * “You’re 77% more likely to achieve your goal if you have someone checking in on you.” * Take action on your bucket list: * Take 30 minutes to develop your initial list with things that are important to you, understanding it will evolve as you evolve. * Create accountability by sharing your goals with others. * Break down the bigger, more important items into smaller, tangible steps. * “You are the architect for your own inspiration. Start taking steps towards your goals to create inspiration through action.” * “Accountability and inspiration through action will drive us towards our personal goals.” * Of the original 100, Ben looks forward to crossing off “make a movie” and “go to space”. * Organically over time, Ben graduated into the next evolution of his career as the outrageous list items seemed less intriguing. * How to manage + improve your mental wellbeing: * Acknowledge that feeling any type of anxiety or depression is okay. * Speak to someone you trust about these feelings, giving others the chance to help you. * Develop a Resilience or Mental Health Toolkit with things that increase your wellbeing. BEN NEMTIN'S LIVE INSPIRED 7 1. What is the best book you’ve ever read? The Overstory by Richard Powers and Third Door by Alex Banayan. 2. What is a characteristic or trait that you possessed as a child that you wish you still exhibited today? Naivety. 3. Your house is on fire, all living things and people are out. You have the opportunity to run in and grab one item. What would it be? Mugs from when my grandfather was in the war. 4. You are sitting on a bench overlooking a gorgeous beach. You have the opportunity to have a long conversation with anyone living or dead. Who would it be? President Obama. 5. What is the best advice you’ve ever received? The truth will set you free. 6. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Slow down and smell the roses. 7. It’s been said that all great people can have their lives summed up in one sentence. How do you want yours to read? What do you want to do before you die? *** About our sponsor: Keeley Companies wholeheartedly believes that if you get the people right -the results will follow. They set themselves apart with a forward-thinking culture that empowers their people and fosters loyal partnerships. Keeley Companies are a proud sponsor, partner, and super fan of the Live Inspired Podcast. Learn more about Keeley Companies.
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