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Sandra Etherington: Family Personalities

Sandra Etherington: Family Personalities

September 8, 2020

Sandra Etherington knows personalities. She is a mom of a 5 year old and a 7 year old, and the owner of Family Personalities and the co-host of the Family Personalities Podcast, a fun and sometimes cheesy podcast, that uses personality type to help change the way you see your family. With a background in Mathematics, Sandra uses her talent for analysis and data, combined with her training and passion for Myers-Briggs personality type, to help families work together more effectively to raise their uniquely wired children to be the best versions of themselves that they can be.

She writes, "Myers-Briggs personality type theory is a model that is recognized widely as a valuable tool to facilitate self-discovery and individual growth. It is also used frequently in organizations to foster teamwork. I created Family Personalities to apply it in a lesser known but fascinating and beneficial way, to children and families.

The Myers-Briggs model recognizes that we are all wired with different preferences and mental processes that determine the way we prefer to interact with the world.

When we, as parents, take the time to learn and understand these aspects of our personalities and our children’s personalities, we can work together more effectively to raise our uniquely wired children to be the best versions of themselves that they can be."

 

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Amber Brueseke: Strength Training, Mental Toughness and “Biceps after Babies”

Amber Brueseke: Strength Training, Mental Toughness and “Biceps after Babies”

July 6, 2020

Amber Brueseke is @Biceps.after.Babies.  We had such a great conversation around motivation, strength training for women, mental toughness and more.

She writes on her site:

"I'm a CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER, a FITNESS INSTRUCTOR, and a REGISTERED NURSE, but first and foremost I am a mom of four. I am a goal-setting girl boss who can't imagine a world without chocolate and peanut butter (combined, preferably).

Most days you can find me trying to balance my life: keeping a clean house, making healthy meals for my family, and shuttling my kids to cubscouts and gymnastics, all while serving in my church, reading uplifting literature, and raising responsible citizens.

It can be exhausting to keep all the balls in the air! But I know how important it is to recharge with some me time. When I get my sweat on, throw some heavy weights around, and fuel my body with the right nutrition, I’m a better wife, mom, sister, and friend.

There’s no reason why you or your body goals should be pushed to the back burner because you’re a mom with a bajillion responsibilities.

I work with moms who need to jump start their fitness goals, from losing fat, gaining muscle, or simply developing a better relationship with food.

I can teach you how to get a rockin’ body that you’ll love at every stage of life, whether you’re a twenty-something professional or a grandmother of 12."

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Ada Calhoun: Why We Can’t Sleep - The Gen X Midlife Crisis

Ada Calhoun: Why We Can’t Sleep - The Gen X Midlife Crisis

June 4, 2020

Ada Cal­houn is author of the New York Times best­seller Why We Can’t Sleep: Wom­en’s New Midlife Cri­sis, an expan­sion of her viral sto­ry for Oprah​.com and a ​gen­er­a­tion-defin­ing explo­ration of the new midlife cri­sis fac­ing Gen X women and the unique cir­cum­stances that have brought them to this point.”

Cal­houn’s last two books, both named Ama­zon Books of the Month, were the New York City his­to­ry St. Marks Is Dead: The Many Lives of America’s Hippest Streetand the mem­oir Wed­ding Toasts I’ll Nev­er Give.

Named one of the top ten mem­oirs of 2017Wed­ding Toasts I’ll Nev­er Give was called ​real­is­tic, lov­ing, laugh-out-loud fun­ny” (Pub­lish­ers Week­ly); ​grace­ful, hilar­i­ous” (Library Jour­nal); ​engag­ing, wise, love­ly” (Kirkus); ​orig­i­nal, engross­ing” (New York Times Book Review); and ​warm-heart­ed, Ephron-esque” (Wash­ing­ton Post). Mod­ern Love pub­lished the book’s first ser­i­al excerpt as ​To Stay Mar­ried, Embrace Change;” it reached #1 on the Most Emailed list. The book was fea­tured twice on the Today show and named a ​Hot Book” by Star.

St. Marks Is Dead400-year his­to­ry of the New York City street where the author grew up, was called ​rev­e­la­to­ry” (Kirkus), ​cap­ti­vat­ing” (Pub­lish­ers Week­ly), ​delight­ful” (Wall Street Jour­nal), ​time­ly, provoca­tive, and styl­ish­ly writ­ten” (Atlantic), and ​an ecsta­t­ic roll call” (New York Times Book Review). The New York­er online pub­lished the first ser­i­al excerpt, and the New York Times ran this relat­ed op-ed about cities and change. A New York Times Edi­tors’ Pick, St. Marks Is Dead was named one of the best books of the year by Kirkus, the Boston GlobeOrlan­do Week­ly, the New York Post, and the Vil­lage Voice, and it won the gold medal for U.S. His­to­ry in the 2016 Inde­pen­dent Pub­lish­er Book Awards. The Voice called it 2015’s ​Best Non­fic­tion Book About New York,” and in a cov­er pro­file named its author ​the most impor­tant new voice on Old New York.”

The Voice arti­cle said: ​Her CV can seem as though it were cob­bled togeth­er from the résumés of three ambi­tious journalists.”

In addi­tion to writ­ing her own books, Cal­houn is an A‑list ghost­writer, col­lab­o­rat­ing on four­teen non­fic­tion books since 2009 for major pub­lish­ers, includ­ing sev­er­al New York Times bestsellers.

She has con­tributed essays to var­i­ous projects, includ­ing Beast­ie Boys Book; her essay there on Gen X wom­an­hood was called ​one of the more effec­tive guest-star turns.”

As a free­lance jour­nal­ist, she has writ­ten for TimeNation­al Geo­graph­ic Trav­el­er, O: The Oprah Mag­a­zine, the Times Lit­er­ary Sup­ple­mentThe New Repub­licBill­boardCos­mopoli­tan and Red­book. She has con­tributed three essays to the New York­er’s online ​Page-Turn­er” col­umn; and two op-ed, three ​Mod­ern Love,” and four ​Lives” columns to the New York Times.

Past jobs include crime reporter for the New York Post, fre­quent con­trib­u­tor to The New York Times Book Review, and sec­ond-string the­ater crit­ic for New York magazine.

Her nation­al news report­ing has won mul­ti­ple awards, includ­ing a USC-Annen­berg Nation­al Health Jour­nal­ism Fel­low­ship, Kiplinger fel­low­ship, CCF Media Award (for her New York Times Mag­a­zine report­ing in Alaba­ma), Croly Award, and an Ali­cia Pat­ter­son Foun­da­tion fellowship.

She has taught report­ing and writ­ing at col­leges and work­shops, includ­ing pub­lic affairs report­ing at Hof­s­tra Uni­ver­si­ty, cre­ative non-fic­tion at the Rut­gers Sum­mer Con­fer­ence, and both mem­oir and non-fic­tion book pro­pos­al writ­ing at the Mia­mi Book Fair’s Writ­ers Insti­tute, where she also serves as the 2020 – 21 Non-Fic­tion Men­tor for their Emerg­ing Writer Fellowship. 

She is co-founder of the women jour­nal­ists’ soci­ety Sob Sis­ters and an advo­cate for pub­lic libraries. She lives in New York City with her hus­band and teenage son.

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Lauren Zander Instagram Live 4/21 with @SwimBikeMom

Lauren Zander Instagram Live 4/21 with @SwimBikeMom

May 23, 2020

Listener Warning: Naughty Words Exist. We use them.

The audio of the 4/21 Instagram LIVE with Lauren Zander of the Handel Group. Yes, it's a little scratchy - but I have a full disclosure on this one.  The content with Lauren is just too good to miss out.

Get InnerU for 50% with code "SAME24HOURS75" by going to: bit.ly/0331-inneru 

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Latoya Shauntay Snell: Running, Racism, and the Call to LISTEN

Latoya Shauntay Snell: Running, Racism, and the Call to LISTEN

May 19, 2020

I asked Latoya to come on the podcast to talk about running and body image, sure. BUT I really wanted to talk about racism. As a woman who has enjoyed not only privilege in traditional sense, but white privilege, I want to listen. I want to understand. I really wanted to talk about Ahmaud Arbery and the things that have been happening in our country that white people don't understand, can't understand. That I contend that we SHOULD try to LISTEN, LEARN and really HEAR.

I knew that she was not a voice for "all black people," but I do know that I wanted to hear her perspective, as a black woman. I wanted to LISTEN.  

This is one of the most powerful conversations ever on the podcast. We got honest, real and I am grateful she was so open with me and my audience. Onward to more LISTENING.

Thank you, Latoya. 

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Lauren McGoodwin: Power Moves & Career Contessa

Lauren McGoodwin: Power Moves & Career Contessa

May 17, 2020

Lauren founded Career Contessa in 2013 after experiencing a gap in career development resources for women who might be job searching, soul searching, leading and managing, or trying to find new ways to advance within their careers. With women accounting for more than 50% of the workforce and the workforce being less defined than ever before, it seemed crazy (and outdated) that a resource for us didn't exist. 

Formerly, Lauren was a University Recruiter for Hulu focused on hiring, employer branding, and program management. Lauren has a Bachelors in Education from the University of Oregon and a Masters in Communication Management from the University of Southern California where she wrote her thesis on millennials and career resources.

When not Contessa-ing, you can find Lauren walking so she meets her 10,000 steps/day goal in Redondo Beach, CA where she lives with her husband.

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Power Moves: https://powermovesbook.com/

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Website:   https://www.careercontessa.com/

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Podcast:  https://www.careercontessa.com/podcast/

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Jen Hatmaker: Fierce, Free and Full of Fire

Jen Hatmaker: Fierce, Free and Full of Fire

May 11, 2020

Jen Hatmaker joined my community for a LIVE recording of the podcast via Zoom. We covered all the bases, y'all. From body image to the Enneagram (Jen's a 3, I'm an 8), to "the truth will set you free" and how The King's Daughters often present the biggest challenges. We talk grace, forgiveness, self-awareness; criticism and pain; community and finding new friendships. Two powerful questions from audience members, Kimberlea and Rebekah, round off the show. 

Jen writes: "I believe women living in freedom are the answer to all that ails society. When we are exactly who we are, how we are, where we are, as we were always meant to be, women are the greatest gifts to this world. My whole life’s work is to serve women as they genuinely show up for their own lives. We need not fear the truth, or hard questions, or spiritual curiosity, or challenging unjust systems; that is literally why we are here... You are beloved and necessary and good."

A special thanks to Jen for her time, grace, wisdom... and all of her fierceness that is giving women a voice and a space to be heard. 

Follow Jen Hatmaker:

Website: https://jenhatmaker.com 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenhatmaker/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenhatmaker

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenhatmaker/

Her Podcast: For the Love

https://pod.link/1258388821

 

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Dr. Howard Wetsman: On Ending Addiction in America

Dr. Howard Wetsman: On Ending Addiction in America

May 4, 2020

Howard Wetsman, MD is an Addiction Psychiatrist who has pioneered the treatment of addiction as a primary complex biological illness regardless of reward involved. He has been using genetics to guide the treatment of patients for over 10 years in various capacities.

He currently blogs at genedsystems.com and medium.com and has a web series on YouTube called Ending Addiction.

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/addictiondocMD 

Website: https://genedsystems.com/ 

Medium: https://medium.com/@addictiondocMD 

“The drug isn’t the agent that causes addiction”- Dr. Howard Wetsman

Top takeaways:

  • Why addiction should be classified as an illness.
  • The role of dopamine in accelerating and decelerating addiction.
  • Why drugs aren’t the cause of addiction.
  • The genetic components that affect addiction levels.

Key Moments:

  • [1:28] What did Dr. Howard learn in medical school about alcoholism?
  • [4:00] Why he uses the term illness when defining addiction.
  • [6:13] The story of addiction and where it began in America.
  • [8:14] The power of chemical dopamine release, its functions, and how its contribution to addiction.
  • [16:04] Dr. Howard’s mission of making addiction not a problem in America since there’s no sophisticated medicine for the illness.
  • [20:37] How he made a solution for addiction and why he believes nobody cares about it.
  • [23:22] He shares his views on ASAM’s decision of coming up with another definition of addiction.
  • [27:30] Why we need to work on our attachment on drugs and not the drug itself.
  • [32:21] He explains the genetic component that affects dopamine which in turn affects addiction.
  • [39:53] Do drugs really cause addiction?
  • [43:07] Why cocaine in itself doesn’t release dopamine.

 

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Tony Hawk Live Podcast with Meredith Atwood

Tony Hawk Live Podcast with Meredith Atwood

April 15, 2020

Tony Hawk, the Birdman, is back on the Same 24 Hours Podcast - this time in a live format (video to post later on YouTube).

We got some great questions from people, including many awesome kiddos, and had a great discussion. A big thanks to Tony for his heart, soul and kindness.  The last minute of the podcast is priceless. 

Learn more about the Tony Hawk Foundation:  https://tonyhawkfoundation.org 

Follow Tony everywhere:  @TonyHawk

Limited Edition Prints: https://shop.tonyhawkfoundation.org/products/tony-hawk-autograph-to-support-the-tony-hawk-foundation-and-direct-relief

Listen in to hear Tony Hawk answer all the burning questions that many of his fans were eager to ask. You will also hear the perseverance and resilience that Tony exercised in the early days of his career.

“I never did it for the money, and I was willing to do it and struggle because that brought me so much happiness”- Tony Hawk  

Top Takeaways:

  • Learn the story of a resilient young man who went after his dreams to become a noticeable sportsman even when things didn’t look up for him.
  • The role of skateboarding in mental health.
  • How Tony helps fulfill kid’s dreams of having safe skate parks where they can practice and finesse their skill.

Key Moments

  • [2:26] Intro
  • [3:29] Tony answers a question from Nolan about his favorite trick to do.
  • [4:39] He talks about the mission and purpose of his foundation and their accomplishments so far.
  • [7:04] Tony tells his skating story of never giving up that started when he was 9 years old, how he fell in love with the game, and why he did it.
  • [12:30] He answers a question from a fan on where he got the confidence to sing on The Masked Singer.
  • [14:20] Tony gets to answer Mitchell’s question from the 90s.
  • [16:52] Meredith’s husband James Atwood joins the conversation and asks him to share a story of a park he funded that was important to him.
  • [19:08] He answers a question about a rumor.
  • [19:58] What’s his worst injury?
  • [21:31] How does skateboarding help with mental health?
  • [25:14] Brian reminisces with Tony about the old times and what he’s enjoyed as a fan.
  • [27:22] How can a skater have better balance and improve their gameplay even when not on skateboards or wheels?
  • [28:45] Isaac asks Tony about the first trick he ever did.
  • [29:54] Chris asks Tony if he is still interested in car racing that one of his friends used to do.
  • [31:23] Jake asks Tony about the social media pages that are putting out risky content and how safe that is for kids that follow them.
  • [34:06] He explains how his first-ever competition went down.
  • [36:12] Brian asks how Tony handles his pain after accidents.
  • [37:48] What is the biggest trick that he’s ever done?
  • [39:06] Brooke asks Tony when he started to skate before he went pro.
  • [39:57] Are there are any other tricks he would like to know now as a professional skater?
  • [40:51] What are his thoughts on a fan twitter account about him and his skateboard?
  • [42:01] How does he handle hate on social media?
  • [44:50] Aaron asks if he has ever landed 1260 before?
  • [45:47] Has Tony ever been impressed by Rodney Mullen’s dancing on the skateboard and if he could ever do it.
  • [46:44] Would he ever do mountain boarding?
  • [48:49] What’s his favorite park to skate?
  • [49:52] Sebastian asks Tony about the first trick he ever did and what he did when he got frustrated.
  • [51:16] Did he have a favorite song during his video game days and the one song he insisted on being played.
  • [52:44] Tony talks about his prints that are still available and what cause the money will support.

 

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Overcoming Food Nonsense with Brooke Randolph on the Daily Community Meetup

Overcoming Food Nonsense with Brooke Randolph on the Daily Community Meetup

April 10, 2020

Brooke Randolph of Sober & Hungry - y'all a mind-blowing episode about food.

NOTE: During the pandemic, I hosted daily ZOOM meet-ups called the "Daily Community Meetup" - the recordings were posted here on the podcast

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