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We all have them, strengths and challenges. We seem to spend so much time focusing on our challenges that sometime we forget that we even have strengths. Today we'll be talking about how to play to your strengths and how it imrproves your life to do exactly that. What if we allowed everyone to do what they do best. Every household and business could benefit. Join us live or in the archive.
Stephanie Stanfield, Ph.D., stress expert and energy therapy practitioner, shares her vast experience and research of health and stress management into an entertaining and educational format.
Are you used to living from your weakness rather than your strengths? Does living from your weaknesses increase or decrease your sense of peace and joy? Wouldn't you love to know how to decrease your stress and increase your purpose in life? How does it get any better than this?
Are you curious as to what you can do to feel more energized, be more efficient, feel happier, have fewer illnesses? Spend some time with Dr. Steph and enjoy the journey to a healthier and more purposeful life!
Mental Toughness for Women Leaders: 52 Tips To Recognize and Utilize Your Greatest Strengths by LaRae Quy
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews LaRae Quy. The original live interview was 3/27/15.
But mental toughness has little to do with physical strength or aggressive behavior; instead, it is understanding how to control the way your mind thinks. In Mental Toughness for Women Leaders, former FBI undercover and counterintelligence agent LaRae Quy shares how she created a strong mind by overcoming obstacles she encountered while at the FBI Academy, working in a male-dominated environment, and recruiting foreign spies to work for the U.S. Government. As an FBI agent, LaRae believes that while theory is nice, evidence is better when you are serious about looking for ways to achieve goals in life. She relies upon science-based research and real life experiences as she explains how you can clarify your goals, take practical steps to make them happen and connect with your ultimate purpose.
Her website is http://www.laraequy.com/
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1.) How do you determine our strengths and succeed in them? 2.) What determines the growth of a church, business, and or individual? 3.) How effective is logos, websites, brochures, and slogans? 4.) Why are the keys to success priorities concentration?
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
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Todays guest is Mr. Kevin G. Campbell, Talent Management Consultant- Strengths-Based Selection Analyst at Gallup. Kevin by all accounts is an experienced Human Capital Consultant with an MA in I/O Psych (expected 2015) and three years of Organizational Development, Talent Management, and Talent Acquisition experience in the High Tech and Healthcare Sectors. Experienced in solving hiring, recruiting, and retention problems for top-tier engineering-driven organizations and SME's. Trained in the assessment of candidate personalities and aptitudes. Expert at staff recruitment and employee engagement. Currently President, Graduate Student Council at Claremont Graduate University. Connect with Kevin on Twitter: @kevingcampbell
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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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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Can you limit yourself by only playing to your strengths?
We’ve always been taught to be well-wounded, isn’t that a good idea?
Are you saying we should ignore our weaknesses?
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.
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