Dear Life Coach is about real people getting real coaching on issues in their lives using made up names. Coaching spans across every topic of life, including relationships, work, community, finances, home, health and much much more. Coaching does not mean there is something wrong, just that clients want progress in their lives.
In this episode, you will hear what Dear Life Coach is all about. I will explain what you will hear, who the podcast is for and why I love coaching. If you want to be on Dear Life Coach, you will hear how to contact me or visit my website at www.vpcoachinggroup.com.
In this episode, you hear about choosing between giving of yourself and or setting boundaries. Not every time do you need to say yes, especially when it drains you. Being an empath does not mean you have to let others take your energy. But know where to draw the line before you lose yourself.
In this session, Catalaya struggles with choosing the wrong men. Note: This episode includes some explicit language.
In this session, hear from Rachel who struggles with analysis paralysis in making big decisions in life.
In the week's session, you will hear Oliver adjusting to life outside of prison. We dive into what security means to him and how he can obtain more control over his life.
In this week's session, Sarah works through the guilt of hitting pause on her relationship with someone who is a friend and lover.
In this week's session, Bentley discusses his desire to start his own business to help transition people from one job to the next. Bentley is looking for help to hold himself accountable because he can't seem to get started.
Craig is looking to find out who Craig is by intentionally showing up in ways that are authentic to him.
Liz works through the mornings when she just can't get up to work out.
Ella is working on her "bad history with money." We work on breaking her self-imposed money ceiling.
Tiffany works on finding a fitness routine. Tiffany struggles with feeling like working out is work and deciding to stay in bed for some extra sleep. We work through the struggles and desires of working out, to help Tiffany create a better vision of health.
Nora wants to grow her side hustle, but she's feeling inauthentic is trying to get business. Nora discovers what connection with others can do for her business and how to make it seem less like work.
Amelia is struggling with a situationship -- a friendship that is somewhat romantic. Wanting to get out of the situationship, Amelia works through the possibilities of the friendship.
In this podcast episode, Jane is coached on being authentic to herself. She describes herself as shy, but knows that is not who she is or wants to be. Jane discovers what authentic means and feels like to her and how to incorporate it into her life.
In this week's session, Nina is finally ready to get healthy and lose weight. She has delayed day after day, week after week and month after month. Nina works through what has been stopping her from committing and how to move forward.
This week another host, John, asks head life coach, Joshua, all the pressing questions about his background, why he loves this work, and all the details in between.
In this week's session, Grace is struggling to find her motivation and accountability. We don't go looking for motivation to do work, but instead find some hope in what keeps her motivated when it comes to fun.
This week Bridgette and Joshua Wright talk about weight loss drugs Ozempic, Wegovy, Mounjaro and others. They cover topics including sustainability of weight loss, how the drugs work and general insights into weight loss.
Now is the time to achieve your dreams or break through mindset blocks. Season 2 will focus on individuals over multiple sessions, rather than just one. Get more connected with the individuals and hear more about their growth from session to session. There are a limited number of spots to fill Season 2 -- it's your turn.
Welcome to the Move Ahead Podcast! A unique Chicago Real Estate podcast with community news, events, resources, and interviews. Listen in to what is happening in Chicago's neighborhoods and housing market. This first episode introduces Dalia Cajigas and provides details on what this show can do for you. Please like, subscribe, and share. Leave a comment with topics you'd like to me to discuss in future episodes.
CRIMINAL MINDED MEDIA IS FOCUSED ON CREATING AND DEVELOPING, ORIGINAL “ACCESS-DRIVEN” CONTENT. Our mission is to entertain, enlighten and inform our listeners, with stories that we alone have access to, due to our sources — think ‘Deep Throat’/Watergate scandal. We are a media network that feature stories, voices and opinions that are all to be found in our current slate of productions ranging from True Crime, to Sports, to Politics, and everything else in between, that is important for you to know, feel, and ponder. Let’s face it, we’re making the world a better place…
Documentary·Politics·News·True Crime·Society & Culture
Welcome to Hat Trick Lax Picks, the show where we analyze every game, from every conference, so you can make the best picks. Join hosts, the three Garretts, every week for predictions for every men's Division I lacrosse game. Episodes drop on Tuesdays and cover the following week's slate of games.
We explore the advancements of modern technology as it relates to communication and operational efficiency in a wide range of industries, from corporate, to education, healthcare, and industry/manufacturing and more.
A married couple makes a humorous attempt to understand and inhabit the world of Dwarf Fortress.
The weekly podcast of Timber Lake Christian Church in Moberly, MO.
Religion & Spirituality
The Old Terps is a podcast about Maryland University basketball hosted by ex-players and alumni that take you inside the Terps. From practices to the games, to the locker room, to the coach's office — we take you into every corner of the program and tell you what goes on.
We tend to overestimate what we can do in one year, but we grossly underestimate what we can accomplish in five years. You do not need to be the smartest person in the room and you do not need to be the most gifted, you just need to be powered by something deeper to break the chains of what is your ’normal.’ Nothing life changing happens in your comfort zone. Trent & Karissa are entrepreneurs and owners in multiple businesses/investments and have been recognized nationally and globally for their impact in the real estate industry. Trent says, ”There are two types of consumers out there. Those that will transact in the immediate future and those that will transact someday. I believe that if we focus on making a difference in peoples lives during the time they are NOT transacting, everything else will just fall into place. Every other agent and business is focused on the immediate satisfaction and those people that need to transact asap. We are focused on the majority of the population that are going to transact some day.” Prior to real estate, Trent was in the hotel industry, most recently at Four Seasons Hotel Miami. It was there that he fell in love with the concierge role and the art of making things happen. He has adopted the title ’Les Clef d’Or Realtor’ which is inspired by the highest honor amongst the concierge community. Les Clef d’Or is French and translates to ’The Golden Keys.’ It is said that Les Clefs d’Or Concierge holds the golden keys to the city. Trent feels that by providing endless opportunity and resources for his community, he holds the golden keys to the city as well and can share those with his people. Karissa spent most of her professional career in consumer goods and handled the most demanding and sizable accounts(Target Corp, QVC, Menards, and more). Her ability to manage and her attention to detail made her the perfect partner in real estate as she took the Director of Operations role and ran with it. Karissa is recognized as one of the most skilled and admired operations persons in the largest real estate company in the world.
Podcasts for the Planet is a series featuring high-profile guests and looks at key themes in ecology, ethics, law, finance and more at this unique moment of crisis and change for humanity. Produced by Dona Grace-Campbell, Stop Ecocide Canada.
Society & Culture
Former McDonald's All-American and Syracuse Orange hoops legend Tony "Red" Bruin and longtime sports journalist Justin Jarrett talk all things hoops in Red's Barber Shop, interviewing basketball insiders and some of the biggest personalities in the sport. So hop in the chair and let's talk hoops!