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Best Mandy Lehto podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Mandy Lehto podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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MoxieCast is THE show to add more feel-good to your day. Dr. Mandy Lehto, coach, writer and speaker, brings you unique and actionable ways to get more purpose, peace and awareness of what’s possible when we disable auto-pilot and start living on purpose.
 
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Today's guest craves failure (not chocolate like the rest of us). Most people will run a mile to avoid failing and looking bad, lest folks point and laugh. Not Dr. Erin Baker. She's a leadership coach with a PhD in social psychology. In her previous career, Erin held senior roles at Microsoft and Facebook (READ: lots of pressure to perform and ...…
 
I first met Harriet Minter when she was giving a talk at the Festival of Doers this summer. One of her lines stuck with me as she described her career path: "Proceed until apprehended." I knew straightaway that I wanted her on the podcast. Harriet is a woman who understands that if you want something, no one is coming to present the object (per ...…
 
Wolves don't go around worrying about how many wolf things they got done today. They're into being, not doing. They're not over-identified with their output. They also don't cling to old hurts forever. They remember, but they move on. For these and other reasons, wolves are brilliant teachers for humankind. And if we want to continue as a susta ...…
 
Today we're talking adrenal fatigue and burnout with Susi Hately, yoga teacher, burnout expert, and registered kinesiologist. Though she's knowledgeable and friendly, she says her burnout clients don't seek her out willingly. In fact, she's often a last resort. Many of her clients are driven, successful people in their 40s and 50s who have hit ...…
 
You lie to yourself. We all do. You do things you don't really want to do, then resent it. Agreeing to things (especially if they're far in the future), means you don't hurt someone's feelings in the moment. You get to avoid the awkward conversation where you say 'No.' Then the occasion comes and you face palm, asking yourself, 'Why did I say y ...…
 
In 2016, singer-songwriter Monique DeBose was diagnosed with a tumour. She did something deeply creative after that. She dialogued with it. She asked what it wanted to teach her. It replied, "You need to be expressing authentically in a way that really has you be fulfilled.” So she asked herself, “What am I really not saying in the world that I ...…
 
You can't achieve your way to self worth. You can't force the squinchy part of yourself into submission - the part that feels weak and less-than and shameful. You can't exercise it into oblivion, or smother it with success or any other form of doing. You can't hide it behind shiny things. Not for long, anyway. It's an inside job. Ask Hazel Gale ...…
 
I'm fascinated by resilience, particularly how some people demonstrate extraordinary bounce-back-ability, and humour even, when something devastating happens. Maybe it's a redundancy or a medical diagnosis. Maybe a long-term relationship breaks up. You know those people who thrive in spite of their challenging circumstances? They have every rea ...…
 
"I'm giving up caffeine," you say, all gung-ho and fist pumps. Then 4pm strikes and you've got an axe in your head, or so it feels. You're standing at the coffee bar, eyes like spirographs, remembering your promise to give up your afternoon espresso with two sugars. "Tomorrow. I promise I'll start tomorrow..." And if it's not coffee, maybe it's ...…
 
You walk into a social event where you don't know anyone. Everyone's mingling - everyone but you. You're at the buffet, scoffing vol-au-vents, holding your plastic glass of pee-warm chardonnay. You glance around, wiping crumbs from your lapels. Nope. Still no one you recognise. You look at your watch, wondering how long to subject yourself to t ...…
 
Social media is full of memes encouraging us to "be ourselves," and to "be authentic." That could be the least helpful advice ever. How do we do that? What does it even mean? Enter Sarah McVanel, today's guest. Sarah had a wake-up call when her son had a mental health crisis and ended up on antidepressants. She left her job and simplified the f ...…
 
You know that old chestnut, "Go big or go home"? There's an implication that it looks a certain way to go BIG. It's usually shiny and far-reaching. There's loads of travel and champagne involved. Big success is seductive. So seductive, that we often we leave parts of ourselves (the creative part, for instance, or sometimes the kind part) in ord ...…
 
If you ever find yourself saying, "I'll be happy when...then fill in the blank," today's episode is for you. I'm joined today by the "Happyologist," Susanna Halonen. Have a guess at what percentage of your happiness is predicted by your circumstances. I said 50 per cent, and Susanna set me straight (tune in to find out). Some show highlights in ...…
 
If you've ever grappled with the angst-producing question, "Is this all there is?", today's episode is for you. We're connected 24-7, yet we crave intimacy and true connection in our bellies. Am I right? We've learned to value productivity (and accessibility) over the soul-satisfaction of doing work that makes us feel alive. If you're nodding " ...…
 
Hands up if you've ever experienced a forehead-meets-keyboard moment late in the afternoon before necking back another coffee or Diet Coke? Or maybe you haven't eaten since breakfast - unless you count the biscuits in the 2pm meeting, or the breath mint you had in the taxi heading home. Living like this, it's easy to role play any (or all) of t ...…
 
"I know what it’s like to stand in front of a fridge and just eat and eat and eat. It's like you have no choice, you’re almost possessed.” Meet Daniel Thomas Hind, founder of EvolutionEat, a transformational lifestyle coaching company that helps overwhelmed people revolutionize their relationship with food. As a formerly fat Italian kid, Daniel ...…
 
Have you ever thought about over-achieving as a form of distraction? Me either. Enter Giovanna Capozza, today's guest. Giovanna is a transformational coach, speaker and host of She Rises, a podcast which focuses on everything from business leadership to spirituality for high-achieving women. She's witty, wise and has the best eyebrows on the pl ...…
 
Today’s guest is Monica Day, a self-described “instigator.” The topic of discussion today is how to create more intentional eroticism in your life. We all want to be swept off our feet and experience animal passion, but we also crave safety and security. Monica is going to tell us how those two ideas aren’t at odds. We’ll also talk about how to ...…
 
If you want to create a different outcome in your life and something is uncomfortable, how can you stay the course? It can be hard to persevere when you don’t know what will happen; it’s a disconcerting feeling and it can make you feel insecure. You can get past all of that and get past your uncertainty and discomfort! Today’s guest is Nathan S ...…
 
Have you dealt with a difficult past? Do you struggle with forgiveness? Today’s show is all about getting past these challenges. Today’s guest is Kelly Childress. Kelly is a healthcare mediator and an ordained minister. She helps people process grief and other strong emotions as they go through challenging times. Kelly grew up with an emotional ...…
 
Today we are talking to James G. Butler, a man trained as a superhuman. The Canadian Government spent more than a million dollars on his training. He is an Afghanistan veteran and was an elite military diver. His career was cut short after a catastrophic lung collapse while on a dive. In our conversation, we talk about picking up the pieces and ...…
 
Are you prone to worry? Most of us are! Do you want to stop worrying? Who doesn’t? Today we’re going to be chatting with Gabrielle Treanor. She’s going to help us learn to worry less so we can thrive more. Gabrielle, a self-professed former champion worrier, is a blogger and she conducts classes designed to help people to be happier and more fu ...…
 
Today we are talking to Heidi Taylor, a sales coach who is also an introvert and a storytelling wizard. She crafts her own stories so compellingly that her readers or viewers can really get her. As part of her business, she teaches others how to craft and tell their own stories. If you’re wondering how to tell your own story, you’ll want to set ...…
 
Porridge with berries for breakfast. Steamed veg with brown rice for lunch. Pint of Oreo ice cream before bed, with a bag of Doritos on the side, washed down with Prosecco. We laugh. Knowing laugher, perhaps. This episode is not about eating more greens, or drinking less bubbly (at least not directly). It's about willpower and habit formation w ...…
 
f you’ve ever hidden in a loo cubicle at work to collect your thoughts, this episode is for YOU. Maybe you feel constantly overwhelmed and fried. No wonder. Apparently, we switch between 37 different tasks every hour. Maybe your mobile phone is the first thing you kiss in the morning. It's your companion at meals. It's even in bed with you. Bei ...…
 
What does it mean to be brave? Is it about having bullet-proof confidence, or smug certainty? If so, I've been doing it wrong all my life. Reflecting on the times when I've been brave, I can't recall a single episode where I've felt bullet-proof or certain. The time I moved countries to attend grad school? I was terrified. For months, I had maj ...…
 
Anxiety. It's part of our daily lives. Maybe you're up at 3am, tired but wired, stressing about your to-do list. Or maybe you've spent all week worrying about your big presentation, scared of flubbing it up. Or perhaps you're micromanaging your kids' choices, big and small, lest they screw up and fail. It could even be small, seemingly innocuou ...…
 
Conflict. Shuddering at the very mention of the word? You're not alone. I recently asked my Daily Moxie readers to hit reply and tell me about their current challenges. I wanted to know what they were struggling with. What would they love support on? Conflict came up time and again. That got me thinking about how I could astonish you guys with ...…
 
I was really hoping that there was going to be a neat, tidy system for getting more comfortable in our own skin, something Marie Kondo-ish: throw this bit out, compartmentalise that, and Ta-Da! Spoiler alert: there is no system. Ok, so I had actually figured that out on my own, but I thought wild artist, intuitive life & business coach, and mag ...…
 
People pleasing: Why do we do it? How do we stop it? When we focus on pleasing others as a way of life, we can attract “takers” and have wrong motivations for our actions. People-pleasing has become somewhat of an epidemic, and its ramifications can be long-reaching. If you’ve gotten into the cycle of having bad feelings while trying to make ot ...…
 
It can be so difficult to balance achievement with self-care. When all of your focus is on your work and your goals, it’s easy to spiral into an unhealthy pattern of ignoring your own needs and denigrating yourself for needing to engage in some self-love. If you’re a chronic overachiever who feels stressed and burnt out, or if you want to preve ...…
 
Motivation: No matter what line of work you’re in, sometimes you have motivation and sometimes you just don’t. When you are feeling motivated, it’s easier to make decisions and do what needs to be done; when your mojo is running low, you can get distracted and lose your productivity. Today’s guest is Mark McGuinness. He’s a coach, motivational ...…
 
Today I’m speaking to writer, editor and content strategist Cheri Hanson, who is also the author of Create Awesome Content. She has experience with getting the monkey of negative thoughts off of her back, and is excited to share her experiences and successes with our listeners through her storytelling. Some of the topics that we’ll explore with ...…
 
Curiosity is the antidote to the fear that shuts us down. As adults, we might hesitate to do things that will make us look silly or that might expose a mistake, but having a strong sense of curiosity makes life more fun, helps us develop self-trust, helps us feel more alive, and allows us to proceed through life with less judgement. Developing ...…
 
Behind every physical workout is a mental workout. Are you using the 'go hard, or go home' approach? What if there was a gentler way to prime yourself for wellbeing that actually worked and felt way better? So you ate cake. Or A cake. Now you stare at yourself in the mirror, disgusted, and tell yourself you need to spend 3 hours on the treadmil ...…
 
Welcome! The blog will return again soon, and I'll intersperse writing with MoxieCast episodes to spice things up for you. This week it's another podcast. I've been lucky to have Cheri Hanson on MoxieCast for a trilogy of deep, powerful conversations. For those of you who haven't yet heard Episode 1, Cheri is a writer, content strategist and cr ...…
 
Do you have the inner fraud police living inside of your head? Those are the thoughts that tell you that you’re not good enough to do what you want to do. This type of thought pattern is known as “imposter syndrome.” It can be described as a negative highlight reel, where you see all of the times that you’ve made mistakes or haven’t lived up to ...…
 
My guest today is Cheri Hanson a writer and journalist. Our conversation helps us explore why so many of us leave our creativity or productivity on a back burner. Everyone has “music” an expression within themselves that they can hide or show to the world. This doesn't have to be a creative endeavor, it can be a work project that scares you or ...…
 
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