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The Wellness + Wisdom Podcast is a global collective dedicated to mastering physical and emotional intelligence for humans to thrive in our modern world. In this podcast together we gather, apply and embody the wisdom needed for authentic well-being in the 21st century. Each episode is artfully crafted to go an inch wide and a mile deep into the Pentagon of Wellness: Physical, Emotional, Mental, Spiritual & Financial. Your host Josh Trent asks the questions no one else will ask to garner the ...
 
Changing Behavior. Some believe that the adoption of positive behaviors by individuals and communities “just happens”. But the truth is, there is a science behind how to encourage and design for change. The Behavior Change Architect Podcast is a conversation about innovative and evidence-based behavior change strategies to increase wellbeing. Listen in to discussions with thought leaders, industry experts, and innovative scientists, on hot-button topics around specific behaviors like vaping, ...
 
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Dismantling Dysfunction

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Dismantling Dysfunction

Anne Dranitsaris & Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard

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A podcast series for anyone who experiences dysfunction in organizations, leadership, or in relationships. Join organizational development and behavioral change experts Dr. Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard weekly as they introduce you to the most common dysfunctions in organizations and help you dismantle them by delving into the systemic causes behind them and telling you exactly what to do about it. Because of their more than 70 combined years of working with leaders and o ...
 
Roots to Roam is a podcast for seekers of truth and wellness. Join your host, Cat Fríes (200hr Registered Yoga Teacher, entrepreneur), and her recurring guest Madeline Armstrong (most woke person you'll ever meet), as well as numerous other guests from various industries and walks of life, to explore the journey of aligning your life with your highest values and most authentic self. This podcast is all about the process of change and growth, disrupting the status quo, and living an intention ...
 
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The popular mantra, 'I am enough,' is actually an insult; it is disempowering. I get that it is a bridge in the self-development process because of the programming that people have received and they believe this lie but the analogy that I like to use is: If you went to a beautiful mountain lake and saw the most epic sunset of your entire life and y…
 
Leaders today act as though it isn't their job to keep their complex organizations moving in alignment. All too often, leaders let employees do things ‘their way’ in hopes that this will motivate them or somehow enable them to work more efficiently. The result? Silent chaos in the workplace. Clearly, there is a lack of understanding of the chaos th…
 
We're all pre-diabetic; we're all pre-hearing loss, right? At some point, if you live long enough, that stuff begins to stop working in the body but you get to choose on the spectrum when that happens. Do you want that to happen when you're 100 or when you're 50? When you have ketones and protein in your system at the same time, it helps muscle pro…
 
Consumers are eating exactly what they're told, how they're told, where they're told, not asking questions and just showing up to the register, voting and supporting a system that actually is continuing to ensure and perpetuate that they will eat unhealthy food. We're going to do our part at Roam Ranch and Force of Nature which is to fix the broken…
 
Do performance management discussions get in the way of the “real work”? (Sorry, it’s a trick question.) Leaders who agree with this idea are missing the point. They’re holding on to a mindset that keeps them from fully embracing the true responsibility of their roles: to lead people. Leadership demands the use of foreign and uncomfortable relation…
 
Wellness + Wisdom Podcast Host and Wellness Force Media CEO, Josh Trent, shares the second Vision Quest he has done in two years with Guide, Tim Corcoran, of Purpose Mountain. In this solocast, you will learn: The power of forgiving ourselves and others Why chaos is always seeking order Letting go: the process of death and rebirth How Josh has heal…
 
Have you ever worked for a boss who reminded you of your mother or another overly nurturing family member? You know, the boss who always wants you to share what’s going on with you personally… The boss who gives unsolicited advice or tells you how to do something that you already know how to do… Leaders like this foster dependence on themselves by …
 
If we look at the transtheoretical model of change, in the first stage you are not aware at all that a change is even needed. Then, we move into a state of pre-contemplation as the rumblings are growing louder. Next, we have the contemplation phase where you are actively thinking of making. a change. Finally, you get to a stage where you are actual…
 
Whether it’s because they’re simply “too busy” or just nowhere to be found, some leaders never seem to be around when you need them. And on the rare occasion that they can be pinned down, they’ll dip, duck, dodge, and dive all your questions, leaving you without an answer to your burning issue. It seems like they’re not only avoiding you, but avoid…
 
Cannabis meets a lot of people where they're at; maybe they're not ready to do an inner child healing workshop but they might be open to the idea of praying before interacting with cannabis and setting an intention. So, we meet them where they're at and allow them to experience what this whole world is with a conscious cannabis practice. Also, we t…
 
“The last time I gave my direct report a little corrective feedback it didn’t go so well… The next thing I knew, they were storming out the door in tears. I’m just going to stick to saying nothing at all and let employees figure things out on their own.” So many leaders today are adopting the Permissive Leadership Persona because they don’t know ho…
 
What does thriving really mean? Does it just mean eating well and working out? Having the energy to be busy? Or does it mean having the energy to literally create what you want in your life and experiencing the joy in that? Thriving is more of a practice and a constant check-in to make sure you're not going into those old patterns of behavior. Ask …
 
Being bossy comes naturally to many people. Consequently, these people are promoted to senior leadership roles because they make things happen using the strength of their personalities. These "bossy” bosses can be very effective at using force and directive language to get things done. They climb the organizational ladder because they excel at deli…
 
"When you fast, you force yourself to become more aware of what you consume; whether it be food or media. So, when people need to detox from propaganda and marketing, I will them to do an advertising fast. Without changing their behavior otherwise, they see how long they can go without seeing, hearing, or viewing an advertisement. People think doin…
 
“My boss is a jerk! She expects me to do all the work and takes all the credit for herself.” “Yeah? Well, my boss laughed at an idea I brought up in a team meeting. You can be sure that I won’t make the mistake of sharing my thoughts in front of everyone ever again.” These all-too-common situations are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to d…
 
Technology always has good and bad sides, right? So, I'm not demonizing EMFs like many others because I think there is value in it. If we can find a way to live with them in a good and healthy manner, that's the deal. Quantum energy is the energy behind the matter of what we can touch. Also, in every cell we have a quantum energy field; that's how …
 
It goes without saying that being a leader demands a lot of responsibility. It’s a leader’s job to make decisions on vision, strategy, and how to achieve results. Leaders must also ensure resourcing, manage performance, and develop talent. Add to that, the authority that comes with a leadership role for leading people to achieve organizational resu…
 
An Akashic record is believed to be this energetic space that holds your soul's history. If you think of western Christianity and Judaism, they call it the book of life. In Eastern traditions, they call it Akasha Primary Substance but it's this idea that every single thing that you have ever done in the history of your soul's life, not this incarna…
 
Change for the sake of continuous improvement and development should be something that everyone jumps on board with, right…? Especially when it’s in everyone’s best interest - people are going to love it! That might be true in theory, but in practice it’s a totally different story. Just ask anyone who has ever led a change process in an organizatio…
 
At Vivoo, we're constantly making a positive change in our customers' lives. We receive so much great feedback on even the smallest things like helping someone or their dad stay better hydrated. It's really amazing how just tracking your hydration levels can create such an amazing impact on your health. Also with Vivoo's ease of use and rapid resul…
 
Most business leaders would agree that all aspects of their organization would benefit from strong leadership at all levels. So, why is there a trend of middle managers being selected based on their functional competence rather than on their ability to engage, nurture, and empower employees and teams? Senior leaders deceive themselves into believin…
 
If I honor my sadness and I don't try to get away from it and I feel to the bottom of my sadness, there's really just gratitude that I even get to hold my son, hold my partner, and experience life. That is an extreme recipe for living life fucking well if I can just honor the sadness about that. That is living; honoring the sadness is living. Being…
 
Leaders today spend a lot of time trying to figure out why they can’t get the level of engagement and performance from their employees that they require despite their best efforts. Their energy and time also go into trying to “fix” their employees, compensate for unsatisfactory performance, and “rescue” them when they are in emotional distress. So …
 
Emotional Acupuncture is an easy way to reference it but what EFT Tapping really is, is your connecting with these meridian points as you verbalize a concern or an issue in your life and you're making it neutral at its very core. You're neutralizing a pattern that's not good for you; maybe it's just general stress and anxiety or a traumatic event t…
 
Let’s face it, employee entitlement is on the rise. And while this attitude is most noted in people between the ages of 18 – 35, everyone can operate from their own sense of entitlement. The last couple of generations were indeed raised to believe that they should always win, be rewarded, and recognized without really having to do much for it. As a…
 
There's a difference between learning and experiential learning. With experiential learning, you go through life and you get knocked down. Maybe you become an addict for a while or you go through broken relationships and blame it on other people. Then you wake up one morning thinking the last three relationships didn't work out; maybe it's me. From…
 
There is a type of organizational narcissism that exists because leaders in departments or functional areas are allowed to focus solely on themselves and their own agendas. They create silos as though they have a domain to rule over where employees work in the service of their leader and not the organization. Rather than having shared accountabilit…
 
If somebody experiences fear or unrest in themselves, my invitation and my request for somebody would be just to put their hand on their solar plexus or on their heart, take a breath, and remind themselves that they are here in this present moment. To remind themselves that they are an individual having a human experience and that they're safe. Whe…
 
Cooperative, collaborative, and supportive leaders are the kind of bosses or managers that most employees say they wish for. These idealized leaders seem to know how to provide employees with the type of nurturing environment needed for them to grow and reach their potential. They spend time listening, empathizing, offering advice, and helping dire…
 
With traditional, non-organic mattresses, many people don't realize how the materials actually negatively impact their health. They think that there is no harm; they go to bed for a couple of hours, they wake up, they wash their sheets and they think that's not going to do anything but it's the accumulative effect. Every night you are breathing in …
 
Why do leaders believe that giving employees the freedom to do things their own way is so important to employee retention and engagement? Curious, isn’t it? And we wonder why employee entitlement is on the rise… So, if it’s not helping anyone, why is this destructive belief so appealing to so many leaders? While it may be influenced by the trend in…
 
People love cosmetics; it is a multi-billion dollar industry. They make us look, feel, and smell better but these chemicals are easy to access and make. You can make cosmetics very cheaply and in the USA, there is very, very little regulation on skincare and people don't realize that. So many people will say to me, 'Well, if it's sold at XYZ box st…
 
Have you noticed the trend in business to let employees off the hook when they fail to meet their commitments on time; refuse to do aspects of their jobs; or insist they do something “their way” despite your directions? As leaders, many of us are trying so hard to be what we believe employees expect us to be, that we allow all kinds of bad behavior…
 
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