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Joyce Marter: The Financial Mindset Fix – TPS516

Joyce Marter is a licensed psychotherapist, entrepreneur, national public speaker, and a mental health thought leader. She is the Founder of Urban Balance (a national outpatient mental health company), a blogger for Psychology Today, and the author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life.

Highlights

Joyce Marter explains how her own emotional money issues led her to her current profession.
We talk about how psychologists often have money problems and how Joyce came to see that beliefs about her earning potential were holding her back.
Do some people come to be psychologists with unreal expectations as to what they can achieve given who they are and how they present themselves?
Joyce does a lot of personal work and believes that her business success is a direct result of that work.
The field of psychology is now examining mindfulness. This is leading them away from the pathology of emotions to a more inner direction of awareness.
Meditation and techniques such as yoga help us connect to our real essence.
We all have to do our own work in order to find our individual solutions.
Joyce recounts how reaching her breaking point financially taught her to ask for help and learn what she had to learn in order to become successful.
We hold on to what’s familiar, even if it’s not working.
Opening yourself to receive is not about receiving money, but about opening up to receiving love.
If we work on ourselves, it doesn’t just affect our money but rather many aspects of our life.

Links
The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life

Joyce Marter’s website

Joyce Marter on Facebook

Joyce Marter on LinkedIn

Joyce Marter on Twitter

Joyce Marter on Instagram

Joyce Marter: The Financial Mindset Fix – TPS516

Joyce Marter is a licensed psychotherapist, entrepreneur, national public speaker, and a mental health thought leader. She is the Founder of Urban Balance (a national outpatient mental health company), a blogger for Psychology Today, and the author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life.

Highlights

Joyce Marter explains how her own emotional money issues led her to her current profession.
We talk about how psychologists often have money problems and how Joyce came to see that beliefs about her earning potential were holding her back.
Do some people come to be psychologists with unreal expectations as to what they can achieve given who they are and how they present themselves?
Joyce does a lot of personal work and believes that her business success is a direct result of that work.
The field of psychology is now examining mindfulness. This is leading them away from the pathology of emotions to a more inner direction of awareness.
Meditation and techniques such as yoga help us connect to our real essence.
We all have to do our own work in order to find our individual solutions.
Joyce recounts how reaching her breaking point financially taught her to ask for help and learn what she had to learn in order to become successful.
We hold on to what’s familiar, even if it’s not working.
Opening yourself to receive is not about receiving money, but about opening up to receiving love.
If we work on ourselves, it doesn’t just affect our money but rather many aspects of our life.

Links
The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life

Joyce Marter’s website

Joyce Marter on Facebook

Joyce Marter on LinkedIn

Joyce Marter on Twitter

Joyce Marter on Instagram

Coping with the Coming Chaos – TPS515

Today, I’m talking about something very dear to my heart. It’s about the chaos that we are living through and it’s going to get much worse. Although many things are adding to the chaos, there are actions we can take in order to experience inner peace in the midst of the chaos.

Highlights

One day, when I was in meditation, I heard the following: We are going into a period of great chaos. Many people will leave the planet, and the chaos in the Middle East will get so bad that people will ask, “How could a benevolent God allow this to happen?” People are being trained to be points of light in the midst of this chaos.
I knew, at that moment, that I was one of the people going through that training.
There are a lot of opportunities now for us to recognize that these are chaotic times. I list some of those opportunities.
Our individual response to everything that is going on is a matter of brain science. Our brains are designed to warn us of danger when the outcomes are uncertain.
Uncertainty causes stress, and stress is a major cause of physical and emotional dis-ease.
When you make changes and move in a positive direction, that energy affects the whole world.
You get to decide how you want to be in the midst of the chaos.
It’s okay if you’re upset about what’s going on, but it helps to find a way to be okay with what is and to decide what actions you want to take.
You get to decide if you’re willing to learn how to develop inner peace no matter what’s going on.
In 1788, when the Constitution was ratified, there were only 238,000 people in the entire country.
People have not been taught that they have the option of choosing how they want to feel.
One of the best things you can do is to connect to people who were not just like you.
Ask yourself, do I want to continue living and feeling the way I do now?
I believe that there is a part of you that sees the bigger picture and will guide you to what you need to live a life that allows you to express yourself.
Playing “ain’t it awful” does not lead to a comfortable life.
If you believe that energy matters, then take a look at the energy you are generating.
You have the power to create the life you want, but it doesn’t happen by just doing affirmations. Action is the key.

Links
To receive information about the group/community I’m putting together, go to https://ProsperityPlace.com/joinnow

Books I mentioned:
I’m OK, You’re OK by Thomas Harris

Games People Play by Eric Berne

Coping with the Coming Chaos – TPS515

Today, I’m talking about something very dear to my heart. It’s about the chaos that we are living through and it’s going to get much worse. Although many things are adding to the chaos, there are actions we can take in order to experience inner peace in the midst of the chaos.

Highlights

One day, when I was in meditation, I heard the following: We are going into a period of great chaos. Many people will leave the planet, and the chaos in the Middle East will get so bad that people will ask, “How could a benevolent God allow this to happen?” People are being trained to be points of light in the midst of this chaos.
I knew, at that moment, that I was one of the people going through that training.
There are a lot of opportunities now for us to recognize that these are chaotic times. I list some of those opportunities.
Our individual response to everything that is going on is a matter of brain science. Our brains are designed to warn us of danger when the outcomes are uncertain.
Uncertainty causes stress, and stress is a major cause of physical and emotional dis-ease.
When you make changes and move in a positive direction, that energy affects the whole world.
You get to decide how you want to be in the midst of the chaos.
It’s okay if you’re upset about what’s going on, but it helps to find a way to be okay with what is and to decide what actions you want to take.
You get to decide if you’re willing to learn how to develop inner peace no matter what’s going on.
In 1788, when the Constitution was ratified, there were only 238,000 people in the entire country.
People have not been taught that they have the option of choosing how they want to feel.
One of the best things you can do is to connect to people who were not just like you.
Ask yourself, do I want to continue living and feeling the way I do now?
I believe that there is a part of you that sees the bigger picture and will guide you to what you need to live a life that allows you to express yourself.
Playing “ain’t it awful” does not lead to a comfortable life.
If you believe that energy matters, then take a look at the energy you are generating.
You have the power to create the life you want, but it doesn’t happen by just doing affirmations. Action is the key.

Links
To receive information about the group/community I’m putting together, go to https://ProsperityPlace.com/joinnow

Books I mentioned:
I’m OK, You’re OK by Thomas Harris

Games People Play by Eric Berne

REPLAY: Heart of War vs Heart of Peace – TPS491

Life got in the way this week, thus the replay. The book I mention in this episode has had a profound effect on me and I wanted to share this with you in case you missed the original posting.  It started last Thanksgiving when I had an experience at a Thanksgiving gathering that my brother Marc also attended. He said something that really pushed my buttons, and in this episode, I discuss what happened and what I had to go through to resolve the conflict.

Highlights

I talk about what happened at the Thanksgiving gathering and how I reached out to Kimberly Rauch and the group I had been attending. Kimberly suggested that I read the book The Anatomy of Peace.
The book had a deep impact on me. I began to see how I had been expressing a heart of war with my brothers because of the favoritism shown to boys over girls.
The difference between a heart of peace and a heart of war is explained.
A quote from the book: “When our hearts are at war, we can’t see clearly. We give ourselves the best opportunity to make clear-minded decisions only to the extent that our hearts are at peace.”
I also talk about self-directed passive-aggressive behavior and how that has affected me over the years.
If we can’t express hidden anger, then we will act it out in various ways – subconsciously.
People who have been abused or neglected in childhood often have a heart of war towards authorities.
If we take responsibility for what we’re creating and we accept what comes along as what we need, if something uncomfortable comes along, we can observe our responses and make changes when necessary.
I am the only one who can control my response to external stimuli.
After I understood my response to my brother’s comment, I felt an enormous sense of relief and my energy levels have increased considerably.
Treat yourself like someone you love.
If something isn’t going the way you wanted it to, get in touch with your inner experience and see you if you can figure out why you’re creating what you’re creating. Remember, there’s nothing wrong with you that needs fixing and you aren’t doing anything wrong.
Do you have a heart at peace or heart at war?

Links
The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict by The Arbinger Institute

To set up an appointment to talk to me about coaching, CLICK HERE.

REPLAY: Heart of War vs Heart of Peace – TPS491

Life got in the way this week, thus the replay. The book I mention in this episode has had a profound effect on me and I wanted to share this with you in case you missed the original posting.  It started last Thanksgiving when I had an experience at a Thanksgiving gathering that my brother Marc also attended. He said something that really pushed my buttons, and in this episode, I discuss what happened and what I had to go through to resolve the conflict.

Highlights

I talk about what happened at the Thanksgiving gathering and how I reached out to Kimberly Rauch and the group I had been attending. Kimberly suggested that I read the book The Anatomy of Peace.
The book had a deep impact on me. I began to see how I had been expressing a heart of war with my brothers because of the favoritism shown to boys over girls.
The difference between a heart of peace and a heart of war is explained.
A quote from the book: “When our hearts are at war, we can’t see clearly. We give ourselves the best opportunity to make clear-minded decisions only to the extent that our hearts are at peace.”
I also talk about self-directed passive-aggressive behavior and how that has affected me over the years.
If we can’t express hidden anger, then we will act it out in various ways – subconsciously.
People who have been abused or neglected in childhood often have a heart of war towards authorities.
If we take responsibility for what we’re creating and we accept what comes along as what we need, if something uncomfortable comes along, we can observe our responses and make changes when necessary.
I am the only one who can control my response to external stimuli.
After I understood my response to my brother’s comment, I felt an enormous sense of relief and my energy levels have increased considerably.
Treat yourself like someone you love.
If something isn’t going the way you wanted it to, get in touch with your inner experience and see you if you can figure out why you’re creating what you’re creating. Remember, there’s nothing wrong with you that needs fixing and you aren’t doing anything wrong.
Do you have a heart at peace or heart at war?

Links
The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict by The Arbinger Institute

To set up an appointment to talk to me about coaching, CLICK HERE.

Anne deLain Clark: How to Have Authentic Conversations – TPS512

Anne deLain Clark started as a transformative mediator the week of 9/11. Since then, she’s been transforming human relationships in businesses, government, and families. She specializes in high-stress environments and highly charged circumstances, helping people successfully breach gaps in understanding and perspective so they can find mutually satisfying outcomes. Her greatest satisfaction is to witness the shifts in people as they discover common needs and shared solutions.

Highlights

Anne deLain Clark explains how her family-of-origin and beginning work experience led her to become a mediator.
She learned that it’s not necessarily what you say but how you present it.
Anne talks about common communication stressors in the workplace and why developing empathy and compassion are important.
We examine why so many people have problems asking questions when they are in a conversation.
Every culture has a different “pause time”. This time in New York is a lot less than pause time in New Mexico.
To have authentic conversations, it’s important to listen to what the other person is saying and to assess their pause time.
People regulate each other’s neural systems by talking to each other.
The great thinkers spent a lot of time in the thinking part of their brain rather than the primitive part.

Links
How to Read a Person like a Book

Website

Anne deLain Clark on LinkedIn

Anne deLain Clark: How to Have Authentic Conversations – TPS512

Anne deLain Clark started as a transformative mediator the week of 9/11. Since then, she’s been transforming human relationships in businesses, government, and families. She specializes in high-stress environments and highly charged circumstances, helping people successfully breach gaps in understanding and perspective so they can find mutually satisfying outcomes. Her greatest satisfaction is to witness the shifts in people as they discover common needs and shared solutions.

Highlights

Anne deLain Clark explains how her family-of-origin and beginning work experience led her to become a mediator.
She learned that it’s not necessarily what you say but how you present it.
Anne talks about common communication stressors in the workplace and why developing empathy and compassion are important.
We examine why so many people have problems asking questions when they are in a conversation.
Every culture has a different “pause time”. This time in New York is a lot less than pause time in New Mexico.
To have authentic conversations, it’s important to listen to what the other person is saying and to assess their pause time.
People regulate each other’s neural systems by talking to each other.
The great thinkers spent a lot of time in the thinking part of their brain rather than the primitive part.

Links
How to Read a Person like a Book

Website

Anne deLain Clark on LinkedIn

Being in Denial About Diabetes Doesn’t Make It Go Away – TPS511

Reading an article in Neuroscience News about a study that concluded that diabetes increases the possibility of getting Alzheimer’s triggered something for me. In this episode, I talk about the easy things you can do to feel and live more comfortably.

Highlights

I have observed that many people with diabetes don’t take it seriously. It is serious and can lead to many uncomfortable problems.
You need to make the decision as to whether or not you’re going to take care of yourself so your business and life can flourish.
I share figures about the prevalence of diabetes and prediabetes.
Many physical problems can be traced to what you’re eating.
It’s important to be aware of the dangers of having diabetes which can lead to blindness and amputations.
If you are between 30 or 50, you don’t have to suffer from multiple diseases if you take care of your body and give it what it needs to function.
You have to get in touch with your body to find out what it needs. I give some suggestions.
Daily meditation puts you more in touch with your body systems.
We are not wired to deal with the amount of uncertainty that’s going on in the world today, which is why it’s so important to learn how to take care of yourself and reduce the stress.

Links
The article in Neuroscience News

The Low Blood Sugar Symptom List. Download Nourish Yourself.

Interview with Dr. Fred Moss

Information about Naprapathy

Being in Denial About Diabetes Doesn’t Make It Go Away – TPS511

Reading an article in Neuroscience News about a study that concluded that diabetes increases the possibility of getting Alzheimer’s triggered something for me. In this episode, I talk about the easy things you can do to feel and live more comfortably.

Highlights

I have observed that many people with diabetes don’t take it seriously. It is serious and can lead to many uncomfortable problems.
You need to make the decision as to whether or not you’re going to take care of yourself so your business and life can flourish.
I share figures about the prevalence of diabetes and prediabetes.
Many physical problems can be traced to what you’re eating.
It’s important to be aware of the dangers of having diabetes which can lead to blindness and amputations.
If you are between 30 or 50, you don’t have to suffer from multiple diseases if you take care of your body and give it what it needs to function.
You have to get in touch with your body to find out what it needs. I give some suggestions.
Daily meditation puts you more in touch with your body systems.
We are not wired to deal with the amount of uncertainty that’s going on in the world today, which is why it’s so important to learn how to take care of yourself and reduce the stress.

Links
The article in Neuroscience News

The Low Blood Sugar Symptom List. Download Nourish Yourself.

Interview with Dr. Fred Moss

Information about Naprapathy

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