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Positive Solutions 4 Life is a twice a week podcast centered around transforming your mind and body from the inside out by mastering your inner mental game so you can live the life you truly desire. If you love reading or listening to self-improvement books or podcasts, or follow one of the many experts in personal growth out there, then this podcast is for you! Tune in weekly where you will find top tips, tricks, and strategies to master the skills needed to optimize your life and reach you ...
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In the Holistic Trauma Healing podcast, I share the profound path to healing trauma that allows us to move out of the role of victim and into the role of conscious and empowered creator of our best possible reality through mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and ancestral trauma healing. Learn how trauma affects every part of your existence and how to weave a new web of life that isn't ruled by the past. The HTH podcast empowers you to heal trauma in the same way it has affected you -- a ...
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How to focus more on the process than the outcome. 1. Start with an outcome goal. 2. Make a plan. 3. Break it down into small steps. 4. Schedule time to do the actions. 5. Commit to take action. 6. Review your actions and progress. 7. Get a support network or accountability partner. Get in touch with me! Questions you want answered? Giving suggesti…
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This episode is part 2 of the NOURISH YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM series. Lindsey discusses the myth of the salvation fantasy — a fictitious hope where people believe that finding the right solution or practitioner or diet or protocol or ... will solve all their health and wellness issues. She refers to the various hamster wheels we metaphorically find our…
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This episode is the first in a new series of 12 called NOURISH YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM. In part 1, I'm sharing the symbolism and synchronicities of the spider's web in my work. The spider's web beautifully illustrates how everything is connected — every thread is connected to every other thread in a web, just like in life. When we understand how everyt…
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Tiffany talks about how the most powerful energy in the universe is our thoughts. When our thoughts are negative, our energy is low. When are thoughts are positive, we have a high vibrating frequency. Our thoughts and words program us, and can create wounds and traumas in us that can get stuck in our cells, blocking energy from flowing, creating ne…
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How to ride a bike. Do what is right even if it is not easy or convenient. Love of nature and country living. Independence Be your own boss and run your own business. How to drive a car. Importance of saving money and living modestly. Keep an even temper. Cooking on the grill. Other values such as family first, discipline and accountability, nothin…
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In this conversation, Lindsey and Kat discuss the importance of nervous system work and the problematic trends they see in the social media world. They emphasize the need for discernment and intentionality when engaging with nervous system tools and programs. They share their own experiences with nervous system work and highlight the importance of …
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Walking you Talk is not easy. Neither is “practicing what you preach”. It’s a journey of constant opportunities to learn and grow, to do better, to be a role model, to positively influence others because it is the right thing to do. So instead of: 'Jumping to conclusions', 'Passing the buck', 'Stretching the truth', 'Bending the rules', 'Pulling a …
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In this episode, Lindsey interviews Kate Deering, a fitness and nutrition coach and author of the most revolutionary nutrition book: How To Heal Your Metabolism. They discuss the best way to support the nervous system through metabolic-friendly foods. Kate emphasizes the importance of self-love and increasing cellular metabolism through real food, …
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These benefits include: Reduces stress Improves cognitive functioning Improves our ability to cope and deal with our emotions Produces a sense of peace and calm Improves job satisfaction Increases exercise and movement Strengthens our immune system Improves our vision, breathing and sleep Helps us live longer Aim for 15-20 minutes of outside time a…
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Rosemarie believes that everything that has happened to her was divinely orchestrated and happened because it was part of her purpose. Her experience through the Gratitude Masterful Training Program allowed her to learn self-compassion, self-forgiveness, and to forgive others. Curiosity led her to learn about energy, our frequencies and to become a…
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Peggy discusses how she views the value of hard work in her daily life through sports and farming. Hard work has its benefits, namely, increases confidence, builds character, brings clarity and it is the key to long-term success. Hard work is a skill and mindset you can develop by getting clear on what you want, writing down goals, then breaking th…
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The War of Art is broken down into 3 books. Book One is about "Resistance: Defining the Enemy". This is where Steven Pressfield defines what Resistance is--mainly fear and self-sabotage, what it wants us to do and how it makes us do it. Book Two is about "Combating Resistance by Turning Pro". This is where Steven Pressfield explains the difference …
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Benefits of being accountable include: Improved self-awareness and self-reflection Increased motivation and productivity Stronger relationships with others built on trust and credibility The ability to learn from your mistakes A sense of control over your life To be more accountable: Become more self-aware Take risks, step outside your comfort zone…
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In this episode, Marie discusses how we all want to feel connected to someone, be who we are, be loved, valued, heard, understood and validated. People who are connected have better health outcomes. She talks about how mindfulness and compassion are integral in forming positive relationships. Mindfulness is paying attention and observing without ju…
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Peggy discusses what personal responsibility it, and what it is not, what that sounds like in kids, adults, at work and with your health, consequences of not taking personal responsibility, and what you can do to improve it. Get in touch with me! Questions you want answered? Giving suggestions or feedback? Just want to connect? Website: https://pos…
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Eva talks about the difference between high-achievers and high-performers, habits that generate energy and success, Brendon Burchard's 3-2-1 Sleep routine, and explains what "Your Perfect Average Day" exercise is, what CPR stands for and what Relationship STYLE means to her and how you can use them to understand yourself and what matters most to yo…
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In this episode, Peggy defines Integrity-- What it is and what it is not. The underlying factors that may cause people to lack integrity. Some consequences and examples of lacking integrity. What you can do to improve your integrity. Get in touch with me! Questions you want answered? Giving suggestions or feedback? Just want to connect? Website: ht…
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Sophie discusses how she helps women break out of places they want to be freed from. A lot of women feel trapped in their own bodies from the expectations certain roles have on us. She loves to help women experience pleasure in their daily life through connecting with their bodies, what gives them pleasure and by celebrating all of who they are--al…
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She encourages everyone to answer the following 10 questions for themselves: 1. Where have I been dishonest with yourself and others? 2. What have I lied about? 3. Why did I lie? 4. How did it make me feel? How did it affect me–mentally, emotionally, physically? 5. How did lying or being dishonest affect my relationship with others? 6. Is there any…
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In this episode, Jamie talks about being willing to go for it, to start, to make mistakes, seek learning from others through courses and through their examples. It's in the doing that a person gains confidence and courage to take the next step, to do the next thing. You have to start to gain the clarity. Clarity also comes from tapping into your in…
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'Being the Best' often means striving for perfection, not having any weaknesses, being perfect and strong in mind and body. But perfection can also weigh us down, be elusive and stress us out by being in competition with others. 'Doing Your Best' is in your control, a choice you make every day, multiple times a day to get a little better. It's putt…
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In this episode, Dr. Karen adds to the normal definition of grief, which is usually associated with the loss of a loved one, to encompass everyday types of losses, when what once was, is no longer. These can be the loss of hopes and dreams, loss of identity or health. A loss is a window into understanding how we respond to grief, how we act and rea…
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In this episode, Peggy discussions the definitions and gives her interpretation of what decision and decide are and what you can do for yourself to make your choices matter by: Saying "no" more often. Choose from the heart. Commit to following through with your choice, your word. Live with Integrity. Choose to make your choices matter. Find an acco…
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In this part, Peggy discusses how you can influence the psychological, social, and environmental factors that influence mental health for yourself and others as well as some resources. *Permission was given by the participants and conference hosts for this presentation to be recorded. If you would like Peggy to present this topic to your organizati…
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In this part, Peggy discusses how you can influence the biological factors that influence mental health for yourself and others. *Permission was given by the participants and conference hosts for this presentation to be recorded. If you would like Peggy to present this topic to your organization or at your next conference, please contact her. Get i…
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In this part, Peggy discusses the factors that influence mental health including: Biological, Psychological, Social, Economic and Environmental factors. *Permission was given by the participants and conference hosts for this presentation to be recorded. If you would like Peggy to present this topic to your organization or at your next conference, p…
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Peggy defines what health, mental health and mental illness are, how each fall on an illness-wellness continuum while making an effort to "normalize" the stigma of mental health through a light-hearted introduction of various people Peggy lives with on a daily basis. *Permission was given by the participants and conference hosts for this presentati…
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“You” making gradual progress is making gradual improvements, taking one step at a time, settling for things as they are right now, doing more of the same, over and over again, expecting different results. Dr. Pritchett describes Quantum Leaps as an explosive jump or an exponential gain, a huge shift or change in behavior. It’s like multiplying ins…
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How can you spring clean your Spirit? 1. Be Aware of the Energy You Bring into a Room 2. Decide how you want to feel? What type of spirit do you want to show up with? 3. Create a statement on how you want to show up. 4. Act accordingly. Show up with the spirit and energy you want. Get in touch with me! Questions you want answered? Giving suggestion…
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In this episode, Bailey Korzack sheds light on how to become who you want to be with yourself and in your relationships by first loving and accepting yourself. She gives examples of how to start conversations that will deepen connection and love in your relationships, and how it all starts with being vulnerable with yourself by creating a safe spac…
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What can you do to spring clean your body? Be aware of what you are eating, drinking and doing to fuel and move your body. Eliminate food-like substances. Eat foods with one ingredient–whole fruits and vegetables, lean protein. Drink more water. Move your body. Just as Spring Cleaning your environment and mind are very beneficial to your overall ph…
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In this episode, Terri shares how mindfulness, gratitude, changing one's perspective and thoughts can help people respond intentionally to the world around them. Through simple mindfulness techniques and strategies, which Terri shares, individuals can become more aware, more mindful and can change their neural pathways to produce more feel-good hor…
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How can you spring clean your mind? 1. Notice and be aware of your thoughts. Decide which thoughts you want more of and which ones you don’t. Sweep out the thoughts you don’t want. 2. Challenge your thoughts. 3. Reframe the thoughts. 4. Dust or Polish off your thoughts. 5. Incorporate new, more empowering and positive thoughts into your day. Spring…
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In this episode, Lindsey and her daughter, Addie, have an intimate mother-daughter conversation. While at first listen, it may seem that the focus of this conversation is Addie's recent awareness about her disordered relationship with food, the heart of this issue is much deeper. Lindsey and Addie discuss how Lindsey's own dysregulation showed up a…
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The 9 Lies to Unlearn: My weight impacts my worth I should only be seen when I'm happy I don't deserve better I don't have anything special to offer I need to please them in order to love me If I stand out I'll get kicked out I'm not enough on my own, I'm an imposter If I'm me I won't be loved Labels are permanent Jamie gives so many real life exam…
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This episode explores the concept of environment, encompassing our homes, offices, and outdoor spaces. We examine the impact of cluttered and messy environments on our mental health, productivity, and even financial stress. Through anecdotes and insights, we uncover the hidden benefits of spring cleaning, from reducing stress and improving sleep to…
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In this episode, Klara discusses three main points. 1) The power in recognizing your own role, patterns, emotions and responses in a relationship and how that is the first step to creating an extraordinary life. 2) The power of meditation that helped her escape depression, find her spiritual center and how it has become a daily practice to living h…
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Being vulnerable in a relationship is the willingness to take a chance, to open oneself up and share your thoughts and feelings, what you believe and value, exposing your true intentions, fears and desires. Vulnerability is all about being open and honest enough with yourself to share with others your true thoughts and feelings. When we are afraid …
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In this episode, Marcy talks about how reading a neuroscientist's book was key to her becoming UnStuck from her own negative self-talk to being able to help numerous individuals achieve the same. Marcy talks about a couple of exercises she takes clients through to help them start making the mindset shifts needed to create a better life--Red Flag Al…
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What can you do about defensiveness? Take personal responsibility for your role in the situation Accept the other person’s feelings as valid What is your goal when communicating about an issue or conflict? Open your ears before you open your mouth. Use “I” statements Take a look at your most common problems that cause conflict in your relationship …
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In this episode, Karin explains the importance of tuning into and being aware of the signals your body is giving you so you can make connections between how you feel, what you are doing, and how the body is responding. If you are not aware, you cannot change your response. Be mindful of the thoughts you have, for they turn into beliefs about what y…
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What can you do about it? How can you have interactive conversations in your relationships? Set up a specific day and time to have a conversation. You could have a regularly scheduled daily or weekly meeting or time for communication, allotting 30 minutes should be good. Pick a time when both are more apt to be refreshed, not rushed, and could have…
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In this episode, Ellie gives examples of how she helps clients through Rossiter Stretching, Core Movement and Breathing. She walks us through a breathing exercise and encourages listeners to tap into themselves, to understand what their body is telling them so they can take the next best step for their health and wellness. Ellie wants everyone she …
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Watch and listen for how assumptions are barriers to communication and what you can do to improve your communication skills and better your relationships in the process! Part 2 in the series will be on Avoidance and Distractions. Get in touch with me! Questions you want answered? Giving suggestions or feedback? Just want to connect? Website: https:…
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Hear the discussion between Jason and Peggy as they explore topics such as: --Goal Setting and Achieving --Rural mindset, resilience --Burnout --Communication and having hard conversations Connect with Jason Haglund here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasondhaglund/ https://ruralpolicypartners.com/ Check out "The Stepping In It" Podcast hosted by Jas…
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Raymond Aaron coined the term, which means Minimum, Target and Outrageous. Peggy gives examples of how this looks for different types of goals. She also shares her tweak to the meaning of MTO for goal achievement--Minimum, Target and Optimal. Either way just achieving the minimum, you will feel good and create motivation, momentum and confidence to…
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Follow and connect with Bobbie as she is on a mission to open sober adult playgrounds and bottle shops around the world here: https://linktr.ee/BobbietheAwesome https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbiemalatesta/ https://www.facebook.com/bobbie.malatesta https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUV58i4z2Se3jXuDldcXaA https://www.instagram.com/bobbietheawesomest/…
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Scarcity thinking is that something is missing, limited, or that there is not enough. Abundance thinking is that people can learn and grow from their experiences believe and trust in themselves that they can change are more optimistic see challenges as opportunities to get better And believe the best is yet to come Be-Do-Have model--Who must you be…
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The first step to achieving optimal health is to figure out what we should be eating and what we shouldn't. Magda's Own Your Health, Health Challenge is a 3 day challenge covering food sensitivities, stomach acid and what our poop means, which helps to reveal if you are eating what you are supposed to be eating, guiding you to find the root cause o…
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Mentioned in ways to track your progress: Michael Hyatt's Full Focus Planner Brenden Burchard's High Performance Habits Planner Brenden Burchard's Growth Day App: https://www.growthday.com/?via=peggy54 (Yes, it is a referral link. I will get rewarded with a commission by using this link. Thank you in advance for supporting me!) Get in touch with me…
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