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Season 1 Episode 27
The Psychology of Success
Most Success begins in the Mind. Many people Fail due to the lack of the proper Mindset. Achieving the proper Mindset for many is a challenging due the lack of understanding of their own Mind and How that affects their actions and behavioral pattern.
In this Episode we will discuss the Psychology of Success and How to Develop the proper Mindset to Succeed.
Our featured Guest will be Award Winning Psychotherapist Esther Grief.
Hosted by Jeffrey Rincon, Chander Singh and Adeola Adejobi
Have you ever wanted to know how to be led and empowered by the Spirit? We're looking at the temptations and baptism of Jesus to see how he was led, refined, empowered and ultimately anointed. Given that Jesus came just like us, how do we understand his words that we will do greater things? Join the debate!
If this retelling inspires you, why not read "Mary's Diary" which tells the Gospel of Luke and the first part of Acts as seen through the eyes of Jesus' mother. Finally. you can read the latest Thinking Allowed blog post at www.thinking-allowed.me.uk
As we close in on the end of the Gospel story, we look at the 'only' sign that jesus said he would give - the sign of the prophet Jonah. In this hour long show, we look at the background to this well known story and gain some unique insights into the man. What happens when we don't line ourselves up with God's character, what happens when we won't repent? Who's truth are we going to live out of.
Some profoundly important issues to understand and grapple with - as well as the opportunity to reflect on Jonah who was in a place of death for three days...
As part of our series exploting God's strategy in human history, we're looking at how Jesus grew up - how did he come to believe that he was the son of God, that in fact, he is God? And having believed it, how did he respond? If this retelling inspires you, why not read "Mary's Diary" which tells the Gospel of Luke and the first part of Acts as seen through the eyes of Jesus' mother. Finally. you can read the latest Thinking Allowed blog post at www.thinking-allowed.m
Following from last week's look at the raising of Lazarus, this week we look at the need to be unbound. Just as Lazarus was newly alive but needd freeing from the grave-clothes, so we need to unbound from the lies of the enemy, the pain from the past and enemy strongholds.
This week we welcome Matt Mercer to the show! We will discuss his upcoming film 'Contracted' and take a look back at his role in Madison County; im sure everyone would love to hear his insight on the psychology behind the movie. Never a boring moment when talking with him! We will also discuss the best and worst remakes and decide which movies deserve a remake! Last but not least, we will Masterdebate! This week I will defend 'American Psycho 2'!!
This week we will discuss the psychology behind 'The Collector' and 'The Collection'. I will be releasing my Sneak Peek of 'Psychology&Horror: Dissecting The Collection' on tuesday before the show. Our Special guest will be my Idol and EXTREMELY talented writer, Patrick Melton. He will discuss 'The Collection', answer any of your questions and talk about any of his upcoming projects. After that it will be time to MASTURDEBATE!! Kristian Hanson has chosen to defend the horror movie 'Trick r Treat' and convince me to give it another try. I know this movie has a huge following, so we welcome any callers to give their insight.
Join me Xander Gibb, with my Special Guests, Neuropsychologist Dr. Katie Levisay & Tardopsycholologist, Dr. Jake Pentland of The Pentland Institute, as we discuss The Psychology of Love & Sexuality, Why we love who love, why we behave how we behave!
We will look at what energy psychology is, the history of energy psychology and what it can be used for.
It is a very simple and at the same time multifaceted technique for reducing or eliminating undesired behaviors, symptoms and/or emotional states that works quickly and where "talk therapy" alone often fails.
Case examples will be given and listeners will learn the basics of energy psychology and have the opportunity to try it.
VividLife Radio’s Edie Weinstein welcomes Author David Bedrick J.D., Dipl. PW, to discuss love-based psycology
David Bedrick, J.D., Dipl. PW, is an educator, counselor, attorney, organizational consultant, and writer. His broad range of knowledge is apparent in the scope of topics he taught while on the faculty of the University of Phoenix, including courses on philosophy (critical thinking and ethics) and psychology (addictions and dependencies, negotiation and mediation, clinical interviewing, cultural diversity, ethics in human services, and group work), as well as employment law and conflict management in the MBA program. As a practitioner of process-oriented psychology, a branch of Jungian psychology, he has worked with groups, couples, and individuals for nearly twenty years. His graduate work in psychology at the University of Minnesota and clinical training at the Process Work Institute, where he is a diplomate and teacher as well as serving on the ethics committee and on the advisory board for the master’s program in conflict resolution, provided the basis for the “love-based psychology” he advocates in this book, Talking Back To Dr. Phil: Alternatives To Mainstream Psychology.
We've been having some technical problems that Blog Talk Radio have been working on solving; sound quality, new ways of guests calling in and some server based issues. We think these have been resolved, but it has meant some weeks recently when we have been unable to prepare fully for a show - and tonight is one of those. We're postponing the planned debate on the Bible till we have confidence in the new infrastructure - in the meantime, to celebrate Orthodox Easter, here's a show that looks at life and death.
Tonight we're looking at the story of Joshua and Jericho and seeing the link between strogholds, worship and God's presence as we face life's giants. Our live discussion tonight is going to cover a range of topics. Catherine is going to be asking what the difference is between control and self-control whilst David introduces the issue of sound judgment vs judging. If you want to take part, the easiest and cheapest way is through the Thinking Allowed page on the blogtalk radio site.