SORT BY Relevancy
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never leave me. They will plague me for life, crush my spirit, and eventually destroy me.” We’ve all heard the immortalized childhood chant, words can never hurt me. Really? In our culture today we realize this childhood ditty is simply not true. Not only can words hurt and sting, negative words and labels destroy our self-esteem and confidence. Learn to silence your inner critic and gain victory over negative self-talk with your Freedom Coach Dawn Scott Damon
in Self Help
There is a critic living in your head. You know that whiny, braty, fearful voice that chatters away incessantly trying to convince you that you are not good enough, smart enough, or beautiful enough to live the life of your dreams. You may have heard that voice for so long that you believe that it is your own. It is not. There are strategies that you can use to begin to turn the voice's volume down so that you can move forward in living a life of PASSION, PURPOSE, and ABUNDANCE!.
Tune in to EVICT that voice!
How many times have you started something and didn't finish it, like a fitness plan?? Or maybe you can't even get started at all because of the voice inside that keeps telling you why bother because you will fail anyway? If only you had someone to help you transform that inner critic into a positive force?
You are in a wonderful place today, because I have JUST the person to do that...Junie Moon.
Junie Moon Schreiber helps people create a life that is passionate, authentic, and fulfilling by teaching them how to turn down the volume on their inner critic – which allows them the freedom to do whatever they dream possible. She is a Certified Shadow Work Facilitator, Transformational Coach, and co-author of the Amazon #1 Best-Selling book, “Journey to Joy”.
Junie Moon absolutely adores seeing people embrace life fully bringing them better jobs, healthier relationships and massive joy. Her clients step powerfully into their soul purpose with grace and ease. Be sure to check out her free ebook "How to Tame your Inner Critic” at www.innercritictamer.com
Join us today and learn how to shut that inner critic up so you can go on with living your life to the fullest.
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION-Getting to know Tyler Michael "The Great Film Critic"
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION Means FREEDOM, Equality and Total Accessibility Advocates for the Disabled!
Do you have an inner critic?
A critical, judging voice in your head?
Did you know if you don't deal with it, it'll get WORSE?
On this enlightening episode of Uplift: Amazingly Powerful Secrets to Conquer Stress, Boost Happiness, and Create an Extraordinary Life, success and happiness coach-Jaime Pfeffer shares:
How to SPOT your inner critic immediately
Why you need to learn this VITAL skill NOW
The TOP SECRETS for disempowering that DEBILITATING voice in your head
You'll leave this hour:
Feeling LESS STRESSED;
More EMPOWERED; and
MORE PREPARED the next time your Inner Critic comes knocking
For your FREE inner-critic-busting tool, click here: http://bit.ly/jumpstartyourday
For more FREE GOODIES to conquer negative thinking, click here.
A veteran journalist and media critic, *Cliff Kincaid, *president of Americaâ€™s Survival, Inc. (ASI),** concentrated in journalism and communications at the University of Toledo, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and came to Washington through a national journalism program headed by conservative author and journalist M. Stanton Evans. At his college newspaper, Cliff won an award for editorial writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. Cliff served on the staff of Human Events for several years and was an editorial writer and newsletter editor for former National Security Council staffer Oliver North at his Freedom Alliance educational foundation. ASI was the first national organization to warn of global taxes and the proposed International Criminal Court, holding news conferences on these matters at the National Press Club and on Capitol Hill. Cliff was an advocate on behalf of the families of victims of terrorism, including the families of victims of the Pan Am 103 bombing. He started the project on â€œJustice for Victims of Weather Underground Terrorismâ€ to emphasize the need for action on cold cases involving communist terrorist violence. ASI has held conferences examining such topics as global jihad, Marxism in America, George Soros, and the performance on justice issues of the Obama/Holder Administration. He runs the Center for Investigative Journalism at Accuracy in Media.
Open Telephone lines.
in Indie Music
Are you your own worst critic? As an artist, do you let your own insecurities and fears keep you from your destiny. Jay'e R. will be talking about finding the belief in your dream even when you feel you can't do it. You don't want to miss this show.
Woe be unto you writer, should you land in a Washington Post article titled “The five worst sentences I read in January.” When I read that post written by the new nonfiction book critic Carlos Lozada, I knew two things. First, I needed to interview Lozada. Second, I was afraid to write him an email.
Lozada’s voice engaged me because in addition to rhetorical smarts, he’s pretty funny. Though he’s been at the paper for several years, he began his new role at Book Party in January. I’m proud to announce the March 22 episode of Behind the Prose will feature an interview with Lozada. In classic Behind the Prose fashion, I’ll learn how he approaches his own writing craft and process and what it’s like to read and write for a living.
Besides the five worst sentences he read in January, we’ll discuss his Book Party posts including the hilarious book review “Reggie Love on life as Obama’s “chief of stuff” and the ballooning list of journalism cliches forbidden in the The Post’s Sunday Outlook section.
Oh, and if you do find yourself in one of Lozada’s worst sentences articles, don’t be upset. He just shames your offending sentence, not your entire book.
Unless, I suppose, it needed it.
Carlos Lozada is associate editor and nonfiction book critic at the Washington Post, where he has worked since 2005 in various capacities, including economics editor, national security editor and Outlook editor. Previously, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University. A native of Lima, Peru, he is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Princeton University.
Mister Player Hater talks about podcasts found on iTunes.
Tea & Converse
Rude Dude Cast
Morris And Jerome Show
At The Dinner Table