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Everyday Mindfulness Show

In each episode, dive into fun, thought-provoking, and engaging conversations on everyday mindfulness. With host and author Holly Duckworth, join over 70 guests sharing their perspective on living with mindfulness in all aspects of life – from meditation to spirituality to personal passions to success and failure to politics to relationships and much more. Plus, listen in as special guests – including critically-acclaimed authors – are featured each month. Subscribe to Everyday Mindfulness Show.
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Jul 26, 2017

Can we innovate the human experience? Toni Newman joins Host Mike Domitrz to discuss how we can bring innovation into our lives so that we may complete our missions, and how to be mindful when our minds are full. Toni Newman is an innovator who dares people to be different. She shares questions we should be asking ourselves when we are stuck in the norm, to get us thinking differently and how we can use innovation to craft the life we were meant to live.

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Key Takeaways:

[1:08] How innovation became Toni's mission in life.

[6:11] Working for Club Med gave Toni a unique ability to make something out of nothing.

[10:51] Mindfulness plays a huge role in innovation.

[15:55] Tools and skills to get you thinking differently.

[24:41] Books which encourage mindfulness and innovation.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho

Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, by Seth Godin

 

Toni Newman is a five-time award-winning business owner, Hall of Fame speaker and the founder of The Innovation Advantage an agency that works with organizations worldwide to develop innovative business strategies that not only differentiate those organizations from their competition but that also significantly increase the number of customers they do business with. Entertaining and knowledgeable, authentic and relevant, Toni brings a powerful mix of proven strategies, extraordinary creativity and real world business insight to her clients.

ToniNewman.com

Facebook.com/AttractKeepandEngage

Twiiter.com/Toni_Newman

 

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Jul 19, 2017

What do you do when you are feeling insecure, what "armor" do you display? Some people retreat, some begin talking a lot to fill the quiet, others create stories in their minds or try to look important. Often times we put on a combination of "armors" depending on the situation. Is it a defense mechanism? Get real, get vulnerable with Host Mike Domitrz and CAST members Barry Moniak and Sammy Rangel as they explore their own insecurities and in the process ask the question, "Why do I put on armor?" and "what can I learn by facing my fears?" If you find yourself putting on the armor of insecurity, join us and listen in. 

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Key Takeaways:

[1:10] Mike reads the quote from Breakfast with Buddha and CAST members share their experiences.

[8:31] Asking yourself “Why am I feeling insecure?” can lead to discovery.

[12:36] When a person feels safe they don’t need armor to protect their ‘safe sacred space.’

[19:30] What does it mean to suffer well in a worst case scenario?

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Breakfast with Buddha, by Roland Merullo

 

Barry brings insightful experience and profound discovery to his entertaining, interactive presentations. He inspires  audiences to embrace a “befriend fear” mindset to build focused, energized, synergistic winning teams.

Known affectionately as the “CEO Whisperer,” Barry gets  leaders to not see people as they think they are, but  rather as they truly are. He identifies operational  strengths and weaknesses, and creates a “befriend fear” modus operandi. This is the foundation for an extraordinary, winning, synergistic culture.

Endinmind.com

Facebook.com/endinmind

Twitter.com/BarryMoniak

 

Sammy Rangel is a TEDx Speaker, author, and most importantly, a father. With a Masters’ in Social Work, he consults with social service providers, schools, and law enforcement agencies on reducing violent extremism. He is the founder of Formers Anonymous, a program for men and women looking to exit a lifestyle of crime and violence.

https://twitter.com/sammyrangel   (@sammyrangel)

http://www.againstviolentextremism.org

https://www.facebook.com/FormersAnonymous/

 

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Jul 12, 2017

Have you ever made a judgment or an assumption about someone, and then beat yourself up about it because you held onto a belief that judging and assuming is wrong? Have you found yourself making up "stories" about people and situations that begin to frame your thoughts and your judgements? Judgments and assumptions are human processes with the purpose of making us feel safe and prepared. It is absurd to assume we are always correct about the stories we create. What if we gave ourselves a break and left room for edits in the story we wrote? How would that begin to build a truer story and a more human connection with others? How would our lives change if we recognized our judgments, and then left room for edits? 

In this special one-on-one interview, Mike speaks with keynote speaker and author of Good Enough Now, Jessica Pettitt, about how our actions can be mindful, if even messy, and how curiosity and generosity can edit the stories we make, making mindfulness part of the story we create. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

[1:17] Jessica shares her opinion about “mindfulness” and the concept of Good Enough Now.

[6:18] Mike gets a lesson in mindfulness.

[13:13] Recognizing our judgments and leaving room for edits.

[19:30] How does mindfulness fit into our exclusions?

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Good Enough Now, by Jessica Pettitt

Mrs. Pollifax, Series by Dorothy Gilman

 

Jessica Pettitt, M.Ed., CSP, pulls together her stand up comedy years with 15+ years of diversity training in a wide range of organizations, to serve groups to move from abstract fears to actionable habits that lead to teams that want to work together. With a sense of belonging and understanding, colleagues take more risks with their ideation, conserve precious resources through collaboration, and maintain real connections with clients over time.

GoodEnoughNow.com

Facebook.com/JessicaPettitt

Twitter.com/@JessPettitt

 

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Jul 5, 2017

"Ohhh look-bright shiny object!" "Squirrel!!!"  Do you find yourself chasing shinny objects, chasing "squirrels?" Is it possible to “Clear out the chaos and make room for life”? "Busy" has become a badge of honor for some and filling every moment of a day is a common practice for many. We make lofty goals and long lists we believe will add order to our lives, but often we experience disappointment when we don’t check off all the tasks. How difficult is it to truly let things go? Host, Mike Domitrz and CAST members Robert Bradford, Yvette Currie, and Jen Rulon dive into this messy-cluttered topic.

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Key Takeaways:

[1:04] Mike reads a quote from If The Buddha Got Stuck, by Charlotte Kasl.

[5:21] What triggers can be identified and used to keep us from cluttering our lives?

[8:23] An inability to check off your entire to-do list can lead to disappointment.

[14:13] When setting objectives, it is the truth that will set you free.

[19:11] Quarterly objectives keeps your focus on the tactical, not strategic, aspects of your goals.

[21:43] Visualization can help to declutter your life.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

If The Buddha Got Stuck, by Charlotte Kasl

 

Robert Bradford left Wall Street in 1987 to help build a one-person consulting business into a multimillion-dollar nationwide organization. Robert is the author of the simplified strategic planning manual, the best-selling Simplified Strategic Planning: a No-Nonsense Guide for Busy People Who Want Results Fast, as well as three other books. A master trainer, Robert has spent the last fourteen years converting management theory into real-life applications. Most clients engage Robert again and again, to learn from his ever-growing experience in strategy that works today.

CSSP.com

Facebook.com/SimplifiedStrategicPlanning

Twitter.com/RobertBradford

 

Yvette Currie is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, starting her private practice, CounselingSanDiego.org, in 2011, after a 3 year stint in Yokosuka Japan, where her therapy dog, “Bear,” was a smash. She then teamed up with the Department of Defense in 2014, touring as a Deployed Resiliency Counselor, assisting sailors with locating their robust resilient resources, while deployed, throughout the world.

Currently volunteering with Alliance for Hope International (Camp Hope), Yvette also mentors youth affected by DV.

CounselingSanDiego.org

Facebook.com/CounselingSanDiego.org

Twitter.com/YvetteCurrie

 

As a health and fitness expert, Jennifer “Jen” Rulon has inspired, coached, and motivated many athletes to complete their first sprint triathlon, to numerous Ironman Triathlons. Jen guides her athletes to learn about themselves BEYOND the physical aspects of doing a triathlon. She is there to educate, motivate, and empower. Jen is an 11x Ironman Triathlete, and has learned “How to Coach Triathletes to Cross the Finish Line with a Smile”! Jen received her Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and started her own coaching business, JenRulon.com. You will see some of her knowledge shared in Triathlete Magazine, Runners World, Men's Journal Online, WebMD, and The New York Times.

JenRulon.com

Facebook.com/CoachJenRulonMS

Twitter.com/CoachJenRulon

 

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