• Strengths in Focus with Chris Trout

    in Fitness

    Chris Trout is a lover of great jazz, fascinating people and transformative ideas. For 37 years, he has explored the power of hidden strengths, his teachers an endless stream of resilient youth, adults and organizations who have tapped that new story to transform their lives.  After 27 years as an educator, therapist, mediator, speaker and administrator, Chris entered the national conversation, bringing his message of resiliency and hope to diverse audiences, from inner-city Los Angeles to rural Canada. His writings have extended that reach around the world. Chris an be found on the beautiful coast of Maine with his wife, artist Suzanne Drown, adapting to a new adventure, life with adult children.


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    Strengths Based Addiction Treatment

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, Ph. D., professor of social work at the University of Northern Iowa and author of Addiction Treatment: A Strengths Perspective.

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    Understanding Your Spiritual Strengths & Weaknesses with Christopher Reburn

    in Spirituality

    One's own spiritual journey is never an easy one, and it's often filled with just as many challenges as blessings, and along the way one learns their spiritual strengths and weaknesses.

    During this show, listen as Christopher leads a discussion on how you can uncover hidden abilities and restore past life strengths into your current lifetime. Christopher also shares ways on how you can make your spiritual weaknesses your spiritual strengths over time with hard work, dedication and asking the universe and Spirit for guidance and assistance. 

    Want to learn more about your spiritual journey? Consider taking one of Christopher's intensive development courses! Details athttp://www.thepsychicspirit.com/spiritght.html

    Visit Christopher online to book readings, view tour schedule, prayer and healing center, and much more at http://www.reburn.org

    Become friends on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/christopher.reburn

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    Empathic Gifts: Developing Them Into Strengths

    in Self Help

    Do your gifts as an Empath make you feel weak or vulnerable? Tune in to discover what your empathic gifts actually are and how to develop them into the strengths they are meant to be instead of allowing yourself to feel vulnerable and powerless. Your real power is in embracing your gifts not shying away or fearing them. Join us LIVE and ask me questions! Listener Call in 619-924-0698.

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    Mentoring Monday with Diane Paddison- Be Prepared and Understand Strengths

    in Lifestyle

    Mentoring Monday features author Diane Paddison, founder of 4wordwomen.org.  She talks about the mentoring power of mothers and provides two significant tips on mentoring and receiving advice as a mentee:

    1. Be prepared for your mentoring session by knowing your goals.

    2. Understand each other's strengths.


    This show is brought to you by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts associated with this program.

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    "Feminine Strengths at Work" (Jory Fisher & Jennifer Miller)

    in Relationships

    When it comes to work and career, it doesn’t always seem like being a woman is a great benefit. This can be due to a lot of things, but, in this episode, Jory and Jennifer explore how certain characteristics and traits specific to the female gender can create struggles in the workplace. Does being emotional or relational ever serve as a hindrance in your professional setting? Do you have a hard time with disciplining or even firing employees? What about embracing your entrepreneurial spirit?

    Join Jory and Jennifer as they discuss God-given differences between the sexes and how important it is to honor God’s design even in the workplace. They explore what it can look like to succeed professionally without sacrificing your femininity or relinquishing any of your strengths.

    Pastor, counselor, and author Jennifer Miller has dedicated herself to helping people strengthen their faith and their relationships. She currently serves as Co-Executive Director for The Center for Living Well, a faith-based wellness center, and her book “No Longer Two” is now available on Amazon. Learn more about Jennifer at www.centerforlivingwell.org.

    A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.

    Piano solo by David Nevue.

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    Build on Strengths and Get Hired

    in Motivation

    Getting hired involves three things daily. 
    1.a positive attitude moves your forward
    2. appropriate clothing / builds confidence 
    3. time management skills / shows up in your every action
    These three area should top your list of strengths. For these three areas are either you strengths or your weaknesses. Don't expect to get hired until you are prepared to display strengths that shows you as the right person for the job. 
    Everyone has strengths and everyone has weaknesses. Identify your skills based on strengths and avoid as many weaknesses a possible. Make a list of weaknesses and strengths. In the areas of strengths, based on the job you desire, communicate your strengths in 1) actions 2)words and 3) written form. Where your strengths are is where you want to job search.
    Focus on current skills / strengths that frames you as the right person for the job. Some of your weaknesses will come up in an interview. Be prepared with an answer that pivots the conversation back to your strengths. 
    Everyone has weaknesses. Active job search time is not the time to repair weaknesses. Focus on selling your brand. Even your credentials will come after you sell yourself to the interviewer. Time is never on the side of job searchers. Being jobless amounts to you needing to spend time doing job search, not time involved in repairing weaknesses nor spending time involved in training. The job search goal is to get hired. If you need a job now, then do job search now. If you can get training and won't have financial issues, then by all means take this time to improve your skills. Knowing how to use a computer for job search speeds up the hiring process. Your strengths should cause you to step our of your comfort zone.

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    Live by Your Strengths

    in Lifestyle

    We will be talking about using our strengths to create the life we want.  Tuned In Coaching works with individuals and business owners who feel overworked and undervalued to discover and activate their strengths so they can experience success and fulfillment.  
    Discussions will be around the strengths defined by the StrengthsFinder assessment and will focus on ways to understand the difference between strengths and weaknesses and how to focus on what works for you.  
    We will have special guest and will encourage listener interaction.  
    Let's have fun!

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    Stretching Employee Strengths - Paul

    in Business

    Today's guest is Paul Brewerton, the co-founder of Strengths Partnership.  Paul discusses what businesses can do to understand and find their employees' "sweet spots"—the intersection of what they do best and what really energizes them about work.
    Paul and his business partner James Brook have just written a book, Stretch: Leading Beyond Boundaries, which shows entrepreneurs how to push themselves and their teams to the upper ranges of their abilities.
    Join us as wediscuss ways you can make the most of your talents and your team's!

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    Use your strengths for performance excellence!

    in Business

    Joining us this week is our special guest Jennifer Wolf.  She is a certified professional coach and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner working in the Human Resources and Talent Aquistitions field.  

    We will be discussing the value of knowing your own strengths and the strengths of those you work with to create high functioning teams.  

    Branding your leadership style is one of the great benefits of knowing and activating your strengths.  The strengths you have  do not pigeon hole you into a specific job or skill set.  Every strength can be used to reach your personal and professional goals.  

    Please join us for this call!

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    Embrace Your Strengths. Fill Your Practice. Change the World with Allison Rapp

    in Women

    Full Snow Notes: http://www.sacredearthpartners.com/holistic-solopreneur/pdr-48/

    Show Topic: Embrace Your Strengths. Fill Your Practice. Change the World with Allison Rapp

    As a holistic practitioner, you know that every client is an individual and that what works so well for one person may not work at all for another.

    That's why it's so ironic that there's essentially ONE marketing strategy being taught by everyone right now, no matter what kind of business you have. That "straight out of the box" strategy probably won't work for you, although the gurus will tell you that it will -- if only you'll DO it.

    We're going to talk about why you probably can't bring yourself to follow most marketing advice and what works a whole lot better -- building your business by unearthing and developing the strengths that make you unique, so that you can get more clients without feeling salesy or unnatural.

    About Allison:

    Allison Rapp is Chief Enthusiasm Officer at GetThePracticeYouWant.com, where she helps hands-on holistic practitioners around the world discover their natural strengths, get more clients and get paid what they're worth.

    She really understand the challenges practitioners face because she brings more than 3 decades of experience as a hands-on practitioner to her coaching. Her gift is being about to translate the most effective marketing  ideas into strategies that can be used and language that can be understood by practitioners who want to be able to—literally—reach out and touch their clients.



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