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Hi! My name is Callie Ammons and welcome to my Podcast. The crafty punch line or cute bio is often a challenge to come up with. The truth is, I'm obsessed with following Jesus and making my life count. I'm married to my best friend, Kramer and we have a son named Fletch. We live in Colorado Springs and are a very entrepreneurial family! My "fancy" titles are I'm a certified Enneagram Life Coach, a Podcaster, I speak occasionally, and I'm also a Realtor in the state of Colorado. I love helpin ...
 
Candid conversations with people about the pivotal moments that changed their lives forever. We all have our stories, but through these conversations, we discover communities. We learn that there are commonalities through the ups and downs that we all face. But most importantly, we learn that we are not alone. The Life Shift podcast highlights life-altering moments and humanizes the struggles and triumphs through them all. Hosted by Matt Gilhooly Please follow/subscribe on your favorite podc ...
 
Smart Energy Voices, an SED podcast, features conversations with leaders of the energy transition. In each episode, Smart Energy Decisions founder John Failla digs deep with industry movers and shakers to reveal insights you can learn from in their stories, personalities and visions for the future.
 
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All honesty, have you doubted having kids because of other mom's you see? I know that might sound harsh but this was my story. I was so scared to have any kids because when I saw other mom's their lives looked miserable to me. One of the areas it looked terrible was SLEEP. I heard mom's say "I haven't slept a full night in years." or, "once you bec…
 
After years of feeling like they were playing a role society had created for them, Cristina Marcello took a stand by cutting off all their hair - and found their true identity in the process. "Once you allow yourself to be your authentic self, you stop caring about what society says you should or shouldn't do. Once you get past one thing society te…
 
This bonus episode is a sneak peek of some of the content from the Patreon tiers. In these exclusive episodes, I will revisit past guests of The Life Shift Podcast and discuss how they felt about their episode recording on the show. In these conversations, we will cover some of the following questions with each guest: How did the guest feel after w…
 
As an introvert, you likely have a LOT of ideas. But you know that having great ideas is only half the battle. The other half is capturing those ideas before they disappear into the ether. Introverts naturally focus on their inner world of ideas whereas extroverts spend more time naturally focusing on the outer world around them. So, as introverts,…
 
When your baby turns to a toddler around 12 months old, sleep changes again! Sometime between 12-14 months old you'll begin to notice your child's sleep needs are shifting. They start waking early, rejecting their second nap and you're blindsided by the fact they are now a TODDLER! In this episode I'm sharing what the new sleep schedules will now l…
 
Tammy Hummel is a Designer on NFM’s visual team. She has been with NFM for four years and has spent most of her working career in the home furnishings industry. Tammy has done everything from space planning to design and has built a reputation as an expert in the living room space. In this episode… How can you use color to create an inviting home s…
 
Marisa Eikenberry started in web development when her instructor pointed out a career path she didn't consider. Years later, she began editing podcasts by accident (previous sound engineering training) and quickly realized she loved it. And when her co-worker asked her to co-host a new podcast, she said YES despite never considering that as a possi…
 
Are you an introvert who's looking for a career that suits your personality? Join David and HR expert Janice Chaka, AKA the Career Introvert, for a deep dive into careers and introversion. We'll learn more about work environments that help introverts thrive, how having or being a great manager can make for better and more productive employees, disc…
 
In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla shares the opening keynote presentation from the inaugural Net Zero Forum, featuring Beth Wytiaz, Net Zero Strategy Executive for Bank of America. Beth is responsible for developing and delivering the financial institution’s environmental strategy to reach net zero before 2050. In this talk, …
 
When your baby turns 6-7 months old, sleep changes again! But don't worry, this time you'll get to KEEP a schedule for about 7 months. YAY! Between 6-7 months old your baby will show signs they are ready for increased awake windows and a different schedule. In this episode I'm sharing what the new sleep schedules will now look like, and walk you th…
 
Teresa Ruback is a private chef and consultant. She studied at the Culinary Institute of America and interned with Wolfgang Puck at Spago. Teresa has cooked for Olympians, rock stars, presidents, kings, and queens. Her culinary delights have been partaken underwater and in outer space. In her personal life, Teresa is a community volunteer and advoc…
 
Robin Hofmann is a certified behavior analyst and award-winning film producer, writer, and director. "For the first time in my life, I felt in the right place." In this episode, we discuss the following: 1. Robin Hofmann's experience as a parent of a child with autism and how it has helped her in her career 2. Her experience making her gluten-free …
 
Are you an introvert who dreads attending meetings? You're not alone. Whether virtual or in-person, meetings are often ineffective and can feel like a waste of time. Whether you're leading the meeting or an attendee, listen as we explore ways to make meetings better! Join David as he talks with Dr. Joe Allen AKA "The Meeting Doctor" about making mo…
 
When your baby turns 5 months old, sleep changes yet again! We are moving from 4 naps to 3 naps, and their alertness increases! This comes with the need to change their awake windows at 5 months old. In this episode I'm sharing what the new sleep schedules will now look like, and walk you through how to implement. MENTIONS: Get the Little Z's Baby …
 
Aliyah Carter is a student and volleyball player for Kansas State University. She is the recipient of All-Big 12 Team honors, Offensive Player of the Week, Freshman of the Year, and also holds academic honors. Aliyah is in her junior year, majoring in kinesiology and integrative physiology. She is also a player for the NFM home team. In this episod…
 
Rebecca Lerch is a ballet dancer and a learning and development leader. She is also a single mother and hair loss advocate. "If somebody's going to have a negative opinion of you because you're wearing a hairpiece or wearing a wig or shaving your head, then that's not somebody you need in your life." This is Rebecca Lerch's story... Rebecca Lerch w…
 
Are you an introvert who dreads small talk? Do you find yourself feeling tongue-tied and anxious in social situations? Or do you just find small talk a tedious impediment to getting to deeper, more meaningful conversations? It's true that most introverts prefer deep conversations over small talk. Often the mysteries of the universe or how to make t…
 
When your newborn turns 16 weeks old, sleep changes! At 16 weeks from due date your baby now develops more mature sleep cycles that are reorganized into 4 stages vs 2 stages of sleep. This comes with the need to change their sleep schedules at 4 months old! In this episode I'm sharing what the new sleep schedules will now look like, and walk you th…
 
Renee Quevedo is a Brand Strategist at Nebraska Furniture Mart. Before joining NFM, Renee was a Creative Brand Manager at Four Sisters Boutique and an Associate Creative at Archrival. She holds a bachelor's degree in public relations, advertising, and applied communication from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Tyler Wisecup is a Brand Manager at…
 
Tory Campbell is a breast cancer survivor. She is originally from Connecticut but now resides in San Diego, California. "Cancer does not discriminate." In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. The importance of early cancer detection, especially for those with a family history of the disease. 2. The story of a woman who overcame cancer aft…
 
Have you ever seen movies with superheroes who, at the start of their journey, wonder why they feel so different than everyone else? Have you felt different than those around you? Maybe you just need to discover your own introvert superpowers! In this week's episode, David speaks with Jill Chang, the author of Quiet Is a Superpower: The Secret Stre…
 
Recently we got together with our whole LZS team and I mentioned that we don't have to do the bedtime routine for our girls anymore. They do it themselves!! It got a lot of questions and I realized that I need to share with you! In this episode I'm sharing about our current bedtime routine and what to expect with your own big kids as they grow. MEN…
 
Dani Latimer is an equestrian with Southern Methodist University (SMU). She was born and raised in a family of horse trainers and riders on a ranch in Oklahoma. Throughout her college career, Dani has claimed 10 Most Outstanding Players, which is an all-time record for the program. She has won multiple riding awards including the NCEA Reining Rider…
 
Mathilde Bernard Funderburk arrived in the United States with two suitcases and a heart full of hope. "I still feel like that sometimes where I need to live this life for him. I need to go through these things that he could never have done because he died at 15 years old." She was born in France but always felt deeply connected to the United States…
 
Most introverts hate networking. It's awkward, it's forced, and it often feels like a waste of time. But what if networking could be fun and effective? In this episode, David discusses networking with Melitta Campbell, a shy girl who used to hate networking. Through her journey, you'll discover how she overcame her fears and became a networking exp…
 
To celebrate the end of season one, I compiled a collection of the final questions for each of the first 32 episodes of The Life Shift Podcast. I know that many listeners like to hear how the guest answers the final question. Typically the questions are: "If you could go back to the version of you right before your pivotal moment, what would you sa…
 
In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla is joined by Dr. Wolfgang Bauer, Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University, to discuss the renewable journey he has led at the university. Wolfgang is also an active Smart Energy Decisions Advisory Board member. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Dr. Wol…
 
Tyler Wisecup is a Brand Manager at Nebraska Furniture Mart. He has more than 10 years of experience in planning, managing, and coordinating public relations, internal marketing, copywriting, communications, and executive account activities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a focus in public relations and advertising from the Univers…
 
Rob Cressy went from selling advertising on an obituary website to becoming a self-aware, growth-minded sports creator by design, not by default. This mindset helped him survive a near-death experience during a marathon run. "I was working in a call center for a bank, making $10 an hour, when I realized I was living a life I didn't want. I was good…
 
Okay I truly got so annoyed at how much effort and energy went toward thinking about cooking every single week. It's felt overwhelming to me for YEARS to get our food in order and I just hated putting the time toward it because I'd rather be working, spending time with my family, and so on. Can you relate?! I've found that when it comes to cleaning…
 
We all wear disguises. We put them on to protect ourselves, to keep our true selves hidden away. But what if we took off the costume? What if we allowed ourselves to be authentically us? In this episode, join David as we explore the idea of taking off the mask and being our true selves. Authenticity is about understanding who we are and embracing o…
 
Does your toddler struggle with napping or waking early in the morning ready to start the day? It might be time to drop the nap! In this podcast I'm sharing how to know if it's time to stop offering a nap for you toddler, how to make the plan and the NUMBER ONE mistake I see parents make with this move! READ MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC FREE EDUCATIONAL R…
 
I'm back! While I didn't plan on taking a 2 month leave from the podcast, I needed it! After 7 years of sleep consulting and 4 years of podcasting I realized I needed a little break from showing up weekly on a podcast and pour my focus into other things. Here's what's new! Newborn Sleep Course (all new and freshly updated!!!) launched in September …
 
Derek Paben is a Creative Manager at Nebraska Furniture Mart, where he has been working for the last three years. Before that, he was an Art Director at AccuQuilt and Associate Creative Director at Surdell and Partners. Derek also worked as a fashion photographer in Miami. In this episode… With the holiday season fast approaching, many families are…
 
"I said to myself, 'No, screw the universe.' And I ran off the train." After years of dating in NYC, Jenny Wood takes matters into her own hands, running off a crowded subway train to give her business card to a stranger. In this episode, you will learn: 1. How Jenny Wood met her husband 2. Why you should chase what you want 3. What Jenny is doing …
 
Have you ever wondered whether it matters if you're an Introvert, Ambivert or Extrovert, and how knowing the answer can make a difference? In this episode, David explains that it's not enough to just give yourself a label. In fact, just giving yourself a label doesn't really mean anything. In fact, sometimes we're afraid of labels, and some people …
 
Renee Quevedo is a Brand Strategist at Nebraska Furniture Mart. Before joining NFM, Renee was a Creative Brand Manager at Four Sisters Boutique and an Associate Creative at Archrival. She holds a bachelor's degree in public relations, advertising, and applied communication from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Tyler Wisecup is a Brand Manager at…
 
In this episode, I speak with friend, mother, style guru, and physician credentialing specialist Erica Kelly. Erica shares the story of her journey to creating a family with her husband, Ryan. After facing challenges, she and her husband opted for fertility treatments, resulting in their first daughter, Brooklyn. Then, knowing they wanted to have m…
 
Are you feeling stuck in your career? Not sure what the next step is? Join David and his guest Becca Ribbing, as we discuss how to create clarity and get unstuck. We'll cover how to assess your values and interests, identify your skills and strengths, and set goals for your future. These simple steps will help you move forward in your career with c…
 
Becca Campbell is a M.A.T. Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant and the Founder and CEO of Little Z's Sleep. She is a sleep expert, parent, and podcaster who has helped tens of thousands of families navigate better sleep habits through her consulting business. Becca is also the Founder of The Sleep Sorority, a private business coaching membership p…
 
Welcome back to The Life Shift Podcast—candid conversations about the pivotal moments that change lives forever! In this episode, Matt speaks with web designer, former police officer, and producer Cory Keith. Cory shares his story of how he could retire from his public service career after thirteen years to pursue his passions full-time. Listen as …
 
Are you looking to improve your communication skills in any setting? Whether you're speaking to a room filled with hundreds of people, giving a presentation at work, or just talking one-on-one, it's important to be able to communicate your message effectively. In this episode, David and his guest Richard Newman explore the importance of presence, b…
 
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