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The Creative Flow Podcast

Joanne Griffin: Retail & Mindset Mentor

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Welcome to the Creative Flow podcast A podcast for product-based businesses looking for an inspiration boost to enhance their designs and mindset. Hosted by Joanne Griffin - a retail mentor who works collaboratively with creative retail brands just like you. My passion is to share quick and relatable tips on running a business, developing your product range and mastering your mindset. So we can get into our creative flow every day.
 
"I Was a Teenage Movie Critic" is a podcast starring Joanne Spataro and Griffin Van Malssen. The pair wrote for The Charlotte Observer’s KidFlix/Teen Screens column between October 1997 and May 2002 when they were teenagers. The columns were reviews of kid and teen-focused recent movie releases and rose from a desire to see teenagers review the movies meant for teenagers rather than the stuffy adult critics who JUST DIDN’T GET IT, GOSH! Now Joanne and Griffin are all grown up (sort-of) and a ...
 
Transforming Trauma is a podcast about individuals and communities thriving after Complex Trauma. In a modern world beset by trauma and a legacy of suffering, conflict and disconnection, healing trauma can serve as a vehicle for personal and social transformation. Listeners will be introduced to the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), a revolutionary approach for healing Complex Trauma (C-PTSD) and restoring connection to self and others. Interviews with NARM Therapists, and other promin ...
 
The podcast from the event formerly known as Inspirefest. From 2020 it will be Future Human - same great team, same great curators, fresh new look, venue and format. We showcase the people shaping the next phase of human existence. This podcast series was recorded at the fifth and final year of Inspirefest in May 2019, and reflects our move toward placing the Human at the centre of all research, innovation and business – a theme that will be at the centre of our new event, which takes place ...
 
A weekly podcast celebrating and supporting small and mighty® business owners and creative entrepreneurs. Each week I talk to a new guest to discuss the how and why behind starting his or her own independent business. Covering everything from funding their dream to how they use social media to build their brand, each episode is full of real experience. I also invite industry experts to share their valuable knowledge and expertise with the Small and Mighty podcast listeners. Previous guests i ...
 
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Other notable results include National Middle Distance Champion 2019 and 2021, National Duathlon Champion 2021, Individual Pursuit Champion 2018. At the Ironman 70.3 World Championships held in St. George last year she placed 3rd in her age group and has had multiple Age Group Wins across Ironman Lanzarote 2021, Ironman 70.3 Lanzarote and Ironman 7…
 
Dr. Jena Vasquez, LCSW-S, NARM Therapist, SEP, Yoga Therapist and Instructor, professor and researcher recently completed her doctoral dissertation, Meaning Making: Understanding Professional Quality of Life for NARM Trained Trauma Therapists, one of the first research studies on how professional training in trauma impacts quality of life for traum…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Rachel discusses how loving poetry in her youth transitioned into her novel writing. She talks about the importance of writing stories that inspire people to heal and be better versions of themselves. Highlights •Rachel first started writing poetry when she was in middle school. •She wrote her first book in 2019. •S…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Richard discusses his transition from a career in commercial writing to starting to write his own stories. He talks about where he finds inspiration and what sent him on the path to write his book 50 States. Highlights •Richard has been writing for about 30 years. He had mostly helped tell other people’s stories. •R…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Joann discusses how she hesitated to write because she thought that it was only something that “smart” people could do. She talks about the fear of publishing and having people that she knew be critical as well as what event inspired her to finally write and publish her books. Highlights •Joann started writing small…
 
Today I am sharing more about my Review, Grow & Scale your Business course! Increase your sales based on retail expertise & what is working for your home & gift business. By analysing your sales, understanding why your customer buys, what your USPs are and how to scale your business. During this 8 week course, you’ll be coached along the process wi…
 
A two time National Marathon Champion, taking the 2018 title at the Dublin Marathon and the 2021 title at the Belfast Marathon whilst also winning this race outright, he is no stranger to being crowned a National Champion. He has 11 national titles to his name, the most recent of these, his second at the 10k distance at the Great Ireland Run in Mar…
 
Dr. Carrie Griffin is an osteopathic family medicine physician and addiction medicine specialist with advanced training in maternal child and reproductive health. Dr. Carrie has been practicing obstetrics and addiction medicine where she became interested in trauma, which led her to training in NARM. Becoming a NARM Practitioner transformed her wor…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, John discusses the bond that he feels with his characters and the challenge of writing to get them where he wants them on their journey. Highlights •John grew up in Forest Hills, Queens, New Your City. •John attended Hunter College and studied Anthropology. •While John is a writer, he considers himself a Journeyman.…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Kelly discusses how her childhood as an introvert helped her fall in love with stories and put her on the path to becoming a writer. She talks about the power of good critique groups as well as the challenge of grabbing the attention of a public that has so many options for entertainment. Highlights •Kelly was raise…
 
Embracing the tri life, sport has become a huge part of his every day. He has raced nine IRONMAN events since first dipping his toes into long-distance triathlon in Mallorca in 2014, his so-called ' one and done' plan quickly put to the back of his head after enjoying the challenge of going long. Catching the IRONMAN bug he has gone on to race in L…
 
Judge Abby Abinati is the Chief Judge of the Yurok Tribe, which is the largest surviving Native American Tribe in the state of California. Judge Abby shares about what she and her people have learned directly about cultural and intergenerational trauma, and how this trauma-informed understanding provides the context for her work within her communit…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Nate discusses how growing up near the ocean shaped his writing. He talks about how he enjoys the research process for writing his stories and also has advice for those wanting to write their first book. Highlights •Nate was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. •He grew up on the beaches of the gulf and loved mari…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Dean discusses his journey through the entertainment industry as well as the career that allowed him to live abroad in Turkey and Germany. He also talks about how Shakespeare inspired him on his path to becoming a writer. Highlights Dean was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. He has lived in Germany for 17 years an…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Sanhita discusses how her travels have inspired her writing and how she manages to stay focused as she frequently moves. Highlights Sanhita has lived most of her life in India and draws inspiration from the atmosphere and culture there. Sanhita lives a nomad life and has moved frequently. All she needs is her laptop…
 
The 2018 Commonwealth Games athlete has had some superb results since taking up triathlon in 2010, including being crowned the National Sprint Distance Champion in 2016 at just 17 years of age. He finished 3rd U23 male at the 2019 ETU Aquathlon European Championships finishing in 6th place overall in the ELITE men's race on the day. It's not just t…
 
Drs. Joanne and Lynne describe how pervasive and toxic trauma can be, and some of the challenges that clients face in grappling with the impact of complex trauma. Yet, they also share that from their experience, healing from trauma is possible. They’ve recently published the book, Intergenerational Trauma Workbook: Strategies to Support Your Journe…
 
In this episode we will cover: A pep talk on how to trust yourself in business A guided meditation to trust your instincts Let me know your thoughts over on Instagram and if you liked this episode please tag where you are listening as I love to see! @creativeflowcollective The Collective Membership is open for enrolment! Find more details and disco…
 
The Creative Flow Collective Membership is now live! This is for creators seeking clarity and taking inspired action in business and life Every month gain access to exercises and masterclasses that will guide you to overcome the stresses you feel in your business and personal life, empowering you to grow your business in a way that’s right for you.…
 
Taking on the mammoth task in May of this year they are each no stranger to uphill battles be it in sport or in life. Damian, a former guest on the podcast is an avid extreme adventurer, and explorer whose fascination with exploring the world has seen him embark on quite a few life-changing adventures. Listen to his episode (No 12) on the podcast t…
 
Prashant Goel works in service of healthy cultures and systems. He specializes in leadership development, drawing on both scientific research and global wisdom traditions to advance renewed practices of attention, execution, collaboration, and innovation. Prashant began exploring NARM while taking the Level 1 Online NARM Basics Training. Having stu…
 
In this episode we will cover: A pep talk chatting all things confidence An exercise to identify it as a limiting belief about something you don't feel confident in. Creating evidence on when you did feel confident to show yourself you can create a new empowering belief. Keep going, don’t give up as you’re doing amazing things! Let me know your tho…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Carlyle discusses her inspiration for writing, how she manages her schedule around her busy family life, and why she loves fiction writing. Highlights When on safari with her family she was inspired by a tree, and she started writing poetry. When she was young, she wrote in her diary religiously. Carlyle wrote her f…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, John discusses the importance of knowing character well enough to allow them to help write the story. He talks about how poetry helped him refine his writing and why it is critical to be in critique groups. Highlights John writes at a cluttered desk in his study and always has coffee nearby. He feels more productive…
 
Mia, a former Kilkenny Camogie player came to cycling through the Cycling Ireland Talent Transfer programme and swapped her hurley and sliotar on the GAA pitch for a bike, fast racing, an indoor track just five years ago and has never looked back. Alice is a swimmer, turned triathlete, who took to crit racing before trying her hand at track racing.…
 
Galina Denzel is trained as a practitioner of NARM as well as Somatic Experiencing. She recently published a book, Peace with Self, Peace with Food. We'll hear about how Galina integrates trauma healing approaches into her work. Galina’s current focus in her work is with people who are suffering in their relationship with food, and often people who…
 
In June of last year she raced in the Europe Triathlon Aquathlon Championships where she took home a bronze medal in the Elite Women's race and a silver medal in the U23 Women's race, an important result for the then 20-year-old Newtownards athlete who is hoping to secure a start at the Commonwealth Games later this year and has her eyes firmly set…
 
Muhammad (Moe) Kathrada is based in Malaysia and is an adolescent and family trauma therapist and also works in the field of addiction. He is passionate about supporting the young people he works with to have opportunities for connection, stability and recovery - and developing the capacity for more intentional living through connection. Moe define…
 
My first creative chat and interview with the lovely thalia from Wild Books! In this episode we will discuss: How do you get into your creative flow? Where her business journey began. Proudest achievements in business to date. The biggest mindset hurdle to overcome. What mindset tools are your go to in business and life. What hasn’t worked for Thal…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Alexandra discusses how she balances her career as a professor with her love of writing. She discusses her love of kids and why she includes them in many of her stories. She talks about her love of action movies and how they can influence her writing. Highlights Most of Alexandra’s novel are interracial romance. Her…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Marie discusses her background as a divorce attorney and why she decided to write her book, How to Divorce a Narcissist and Win. Highlights In addition to being a divorce attorney and author, Marie is a divorce coach. Marie works from home most of the time and has difficulty finding time to fit writing into the day.…
 
Other accolades held by Eoin include being crowned the 24 hour and six-day Irish running champion. As well as placing fifth in the World 24 Hour Running Championships, he has also finished fourth in the European Championships. In May 2017 he set a world record by running the entire length of Ireland, 555km from Mizen Head to Malin Head, in three da…
 
In this episode we will cover: Live journaling questions to move past self-doutb, gain clarity and increase positivity and happiness if your life. Let me know your thoughts over on Instagram and if you liked this episode please tag where you are listening as I love to see! @creativeflowcollective Intro music: FLOW by tubebackr. Free Download / Stre…
 
Igal Hamelin is a spiritual director, meditation teacher, and a NARM Master Practitioner. In addition to working one on one with people, he also offers meditative attunement workshops for therapists. Brad Kammer talks with Igal about his spiritual journey, his interest in psychology, and how he integrates the two today. They discuss collective and …
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Lyn discusses her mother-daughter collaboration on the Mae December series, her transition to solo writing, and where she finds inspiration for her writing. Highlights Lyn wanted to be a writer but took a different path. Then when she retired, she started writing again. Lyn writes “cozy mysteries”. Lyn writes with h…
 
Want to reduce stress and feel calmer? This reduces stress breathwork meditation is for you. Meditation and pranayama are some of my favourite things to share! I love the energy created even if we’re not in the same room. During this 10 minute pranayama, you’ll use a form of Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing) called Chandra Bhedana. This m…
 
The team of Ger Kennedy, Dave Berry, Declan Bradshaw, Vincent Donegan, Colm Morris and Niamh McCarthy share their tales from the epic expedition in this episode of the podcast. With insights on the intensity of their training and preparation for the event as well as sharing stories from the swim and the adventure that unfolded as they made the cros…
 
We’ve invited Daniel Shaw back to have a conversation with our host, Emily, to further discuss his work and his most recent book, Traumatic Narcissism and Recovery: Leaving the Prison of Shame and Fear. Daniel Shaw LCSW is an author, private practice psychoanalyst, faculty and supervisor at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. He has pro…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Julie discusses what it’s like to try and balance her career as a high school teacher and her writing. She talks about how she frequently injects things that she loves from her real life into her writing as well as how she had to adjust to Covid. Highlights Julie lives in Canada. She writes romance, romantic comedy,…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Regina talks about the inspiration for her books and how she hopes that they inspire children and families to find healthy connection. Highlights Regina is a dedicated children’s author Regina lives in Iowa and has a music studio where she teaches. She is also a life coach and that overlaps well with music instructi…
 
Whilst most of the rest of us were wondering if it was still ok to eat a selection box before lunch or if it was too early in the morning at 11am to have a Baileys coffee, Mark was embarking on personal challenge to complete 3 hours of swimming, 12 hours of cycling and 9 hours of running to give him a total of 24 hours moving time in 27 hours acros…
 
Emily is joined by Dr. Nadine Macaluso. Dr. Nae is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Glen Cove, New York. She has a Ph.D. in counseling and somatic psychotherapy, specifically honoring the mind-body connection. Her work is informed by the NARM model and she carries a strong emotional and relational intelligence as she supports individuals…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Evan discusses how J.R.R. Tolkien inspired him and ultimately lead him to epic fantasy as a genre. He outlines his strategy for shorter episodic books in a large fantasy world and why he prefers that style. Highlights Evan was inspired by JRR Tolkien and that lead him to Norse fantasy. His genre is epic fantasy. Eva…
 
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