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Comparison is a thief that comes to steal our joy and strength; making us beat ourselves and others down while making our lives stagnant. Miriam Musau and Charity Maina will enlighten us on the dangers of comparison. Listen live: 619-393-2852 or www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com. Thanks for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura – Host
The old "Comparison Game". . .You know that game. It's the one where you tell yourself, "I can't because she's smarter than me. Or maybe it's she's taller or thinner or better-looking" or -- you fill in the blank. It's the game where you start believing you're just not "enough."
We've all played that game at some point. Maybe you're playing it right now. The trouble is, it's a game you can't win. You end up believing that you don't have what it takes to be successful, that you'll never quite measure up, that you're just not "ready" to live the kind of life you dream about.
Join host Bonnie Pond today for tips you can use to stop beating yourself up. To stop letting The Big Fat Bully in Your Brain keep you from doing what you know deep down inside you want to do. To stop playing The Comparison Game once and for all. Get some tools to play a new kind of game -- one where you set the rules. A game that you can win!
Tune in today if you're fed up with feeling rotten about yourself. If you've had it with feeling like you'll always be "less than" other women. If you are ready to make some small changes that can shift your perspective -- and your life.
Bonnie wrote The Power of Three: How to Be Happy and Get What You Want in Life (Without Doing Anything Illegal, Immoral, or Unethical). Deciding to stop playing The Comparison Game takes practice, but if she can do it, so can YOU.
It’s human nature to compare yourself to others. This is especially true in accomplished, affluent families. Wealthy families are often driven to be the best. After all, it is this striving for excellence that brought you success in the first place.
But the comparison game is a trap. If you lose the game – which you almost always do – you beat yourself up for not being perfect. If you win, you risk becoming arrogant… or delusional.
Even worse, we’re teaching this message to our children.
Parents pressure them to always achieve more. We want them to win that coveted award… to become captain of the team… and to be accepted into the “right” university.
Nothing short of the best will do.
The result? Both parents and kids live under the constant stress that someone will be “better” than they are.
We all have rounded-out sides. These are our well- developed parts. We also have jagged edges… the parts that need more work. The trouble with comparing is that you tend to slide your own jagged edges up against someone else’s rounded-out sides. And you come up short every time.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, psychologists, career coaches
SUNDAY Nov. 2, 2014 LIVE On Line Radio
NEWS In Review.- News Stories From Jamaica Over The Past Week.
In Focus: In Depth Discussion of News Stories
Main Topic: Special Guest- Ingrid Parchment from C-CAM: Economic Comparison of Alternatives to building a port on Goat Islands: Study
MUSIC- Local And International Artists (Shae Mill, Marcia Griffiths, Elijah, Planet Groove, and more)
Join Your Hosts: Karen Ayee, Steven Smith, Annamarie Hassock & Aven Peralto
5p (PST) 6p (MT/Jam) 7p (CST) 8p (EST)
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(a US based registered non-profit/NGO)
Members of the CE Team will be sitting down with special guest Vanessa Petronelli B.A., W.W.H.P. & Certified Yoga and Mindfulness Teacher.
The show will be an open discussion with the loose topics of comparison and the need for approval being the general direction.
Listeners will have the opportunity to type or call in any questions or subjects they would like to discuss with Vanessa and the CE Team.
We invite you all to find out more about Vanessa’s services by viewing her website here: www.openheart-openmind.ca
We will start off the show with a portion of the forgiveness show we did not have time to do covering racial hate and slavery...
The rest of the show we will do a Comparison of the Bible and the Qur’an: Understanding Who God Is. We will look at some stories recited into the Qur’an by Mohammed from the Bible, compare how they are wrong and look at where he may have heard them.
How do we Christians get into Heaven? How do muslims claim to enter paradise?
If Qur’an must be read in original language because it is perfect arabic and in poetry form, then why are there over 120 foreign language words included in it?
More as time allows…
in Self Help
Dr. Julie Helmrich, psychologist from Milwaukee, WI and originator of Shrink n Drink, delivers a weekly mini-course on a topic inspired by the questions asked at Shrink n Drink LIVE events, the questions asked on Shrink n Drink: The Radio Show, and questions asked by couples and individuals with whom she consults directly. Today's topic was on Social Comparison: comparing ourselves to others AND the scientific findings on positive and(mostly) negative impact of that human process.