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The Imperfects

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The Imperfects

Hugh van Cuylenburg, Ryan Shelton & Josh van Cuylenburg

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We're all imperfect. On this podcast, Hugh van Cuylenburg, founder of The Resilience Project chats to a variety of interesting people who are willing to make themselves vulnerable, by sharing their own struggles and imperfections. Hugh and good friend Ryan Shelton then discuss some valuable take aways we can all apply to our own imperfect lives.
 
A podcast that deconstructs strategies to live and practice medicine with intent. Focusing on mindset, burnout, leadership, and your wellbeing. Hosted by emergency physician and executive coach Rob Orman, MD. Don't just suck it up, think differently.
 
Resilient Cyber brings listeners discussions from a variety of Cybersecurity and Information Technology (IT) Subject Matter Experts (SME) across the Public and Private domains from a variety of industries. As we watch the increased digitalization of our society, striving for a secure and resilient ecosystem is paramount.
 
This biweekly podcast features interviews with experts in the fields of nutrition, lifestyle, mindset, integrative medicine, and autoimmune disease. It also highlights personal stories of the autoimmune experience. If your autoimmune disease has ever knocked you down so hard, you wondered if you would ever rise again. Never underestimate your ability to rise. We all have a phoenix within us.
 
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The Resilience Lab

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The Resilience Lab

Imagine a Place Productions

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Hosted by researcher and author, Rex Miller, The Resilience Lab explores how we can integrate resilience into our work and our lives through the journey and stories of others. In a time when change is all around us, it’s important that we seek/look to understand ourselves better and discover ways that we can grow through change. The Resilience Lab is an Imagine a Place Productions Original.
 
Are you looking for faith-friendly insights on how to manage stress, anxiety, or depression? Maybe you are searching for ways to improve your relationships or just looking for ways to become more effective in your day-to-day living. John Thurman's Resilient Solutions Shortcast may be what you are looking for. With an average running time of 10-12 minutes, John combines his skills as a senior-level clinician, Work-Life Consultant, and ordained minister. The information in Resilient Solutions ...
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/resilientone/subscribe Random thoughts about life and personal experiences with narcissist abuse. I'll also will be talking about everything from The Most High, relationships, advice from life experiences, narcissist, and controversy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/resilientone/support
 
A fortnightly podcast that inspires people to live, work & feel better. Award-winning coach and CEO of Resilience Development Co., David Ogilvie, talks with his team, psychologists, coaches & other everyday people about how to adapt to change positively. At work, at home and everywhere in between. These candid conversations are created to help inspire thousands of listeners to live life with resilience. Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Radical Resilience is a weekly show where your host, Blair Kaplan Venables, has inspirational conversations with people who have survived life’s most challenging times. We all have the ability to be resilient and bounce forward from a difficult experience and these conversations prove that. Get ready to dive into life-changing moments while getting raw and real. Radical Resilience is a podcast created by The Resilience Project.
 
We know it can be challenging to secure your business, especially when you have limited time. The Get Cyber Resilient Show, brought to you by Mimecast, is the perfect way to stay up-to-date with the latest cyber developments across Australia and New Zealand. From cyber security to cyber awareness, your hosts Daniel McDermott and Garrett O'Hara will bring you insights and real stories from IT and Security Leaders, just like you. Don’t get angry at downtime and data breaches, Get Cyber Resilient!
 
My son is a Navy veteran battling PTS (Post Traumatic Stress). Untreated PTSD from any trauma is unlikely to disappear and can contribute to chronic pain, depression, drug and alcohol abuse, sleep problems and even suicide. Everyday, 22 veterans take their own lives. That’s 22 suicides too many a day. One every 65 minutes is incomprehensible. All curated content comes from some of the greatest minds that inspired me to change my life: Admiral William H. McRaven, John C. Maxwell, Shawn Blanc, ...
 
The Resilient Leaders Podcast offers a variety of topics, perspectives, questions, and tools to help leaders navigate the new reality. In each episode, J.R. Briggs addresses pressing issues, and offers practical next steps on how to lead with resilience. Lean in, learn, and explore what it means to be resilient. Because leadership is irreplaceable in the new reality.
 
Welcome to Don’t Call Me Resilient, where we tackle systemic racism head-on and speak with experts to help us figure out ways to deal with it. This season, we’ll be delving into everything from tokenism at work to how long COVID is hitting women of colour especially hard. And from how climate change is wreaking havoc on the most vulnerable to how most journalists have a lot to learn about telling Indigenous stories. In each of these upcoming episodes, our guests bring their expertise to chal ...
 
Built on the expansive experience of founder Kevin Johnson—a 20-year veteran of dental and medical consulting—Leverage Consulting helps build dental and medical practices into highly successful businesses. This podcast is designed to allow Kevin to share his insight and knowledge in short, bite-sized episodes with the purpose of giving you tools to help in day-to-day activities in your business.
 
If you're wanting to improve and optimise your training, performance, rehabilitation, recovery and health without the BS, this podcast is for you. I blend my experience training elite level athletes with the principles of exercise physiology, anatomy, biomechanics and sports science into bite-sized episodes so that you can understand the way things actually work, without having to sit down for hours on end.
 
This podcast is for financial advisors who want to build resilience in their business and personal life. Each episode brings the best ideas, systems and strategies of the industries top performers. Jay Coulter interviews subject matter experts and thought leaders to help listeners identify ways to improve their business. Topics include investment management, practice management, financial advisor marketing, client service, technology, compliance, ETF strategies, portfolio construction and ot ...
 
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- Before we dive into the technical topics, you're a repeat Founder, including some acquisitions of firms you've founded. Can you tell us a bit about that Founders journey and what leads you to creating organizations? - Something you've been focused on a lot lately is Software Supply Chain Security. Why is this such a complicated topic, and has it …
 
Martha Aviles is a marketing executive based in Austin, Texas. Her parents were Nicaraguan immigrants who arrived in Miami, Florida in the 1970s. Martha was born and grew up in Miami before moving to southern California and then Austin, Texas in the early 90s where she became involved in high-tech marketing, the career she has pursued for the last …
 
Life with chronic illness can inspire strong emotions that trigger emotional eating. If the foods chosen are inflammatory, autoimmune flares may follow, turning short-term comfort into longer-lasting pain. This often leads to feelings of shame, guilt, and self-judgment, which can drive more emotional eating, creating a vicious cycle. If you find yo…
 
Resilient Love Hosts, Quinton and Breonna are discussing #blackfriday shopping and how it is easy to spend a lot of money because you feel like you are getting a deal. Using wisdom while shopping is the main point but take a listen to the funny stories along the way. Sponsors: Policy Genius- https://share.policygenius.com/Quinton Streamline Media A…
 
Verdell has been known to heal medical mysteries using various techniques, includuing somatic experiencing. She specializes in regulating the nervous system and is a very talented healer. Verdell is resilient and this is her story. Trigger Warning: The Resilience Project provides an open space for people to share their personal experiences. Some co…
 
Many recruiters are feeling anxious about the economy. Are you concerned about how a slowdown might affect your billings in 2023? My special guest, Gail Audibert, has been a recruiter since 1984 and has survived four recessions. In this episode, Gail shares the steps she took in previous downturns to protect her business and achieve consistent, pre…
 
Even though we live in a country of abundance, many of our people go hungry and lack shelter. Helen Robinson explains how poverty drives social exclusion and isolation, deep shame and mental distress. Helen says ‘the way out and through is in relationship’. To enable change, she challenges everyone listening to ‘be in relationship with someone who …
 
It is alleged that Mark Twain said, “I didn’t have time to write a short letter so I wrote a long one.” Why is being succinct so rare? Because it is hard work. Today we’ll explore why brevity is so important in our world today - and we’ll learn from Joseph McCormack who helps leaders learn to be brief in order to communicate more effectively. . . .…
 
Despite the jokes about our egos, many of us journalists got into the business because we felt a need to call out powerful institutions. But journalism itself is one of those powerful institutions, and it has failed time and again to address criticisms around who gets to tell the news and whose perspectives get left out. Some researchers have calle…
 
Behind the good day and good life, there is rhythm. What is conscious rhythm management, and how can we attain that? What happens when our rhythms are broken? In this episode, Dr Sven Hansen, the founder of The Resilience Institute and the author of Rhythm: 64 Drills to Live, Lead and Laugh, explains the importance of having a rhythm in our daily l…
 
Jamie Hopkins of Carson Wealth comes on this episode of The Resilient Advisor Show with Jay Coulter. They discuss Jamie's new book, Find Your Freedom: Financial Planning for a Life on Purpose as well as a few other industry topics that Financial Advisors need to be watching. SHOW SPONSOR: Have you thought about making the move to independence? THE …
 
November 22,2022 Today my guest is Dr Amy Sanders, a neurologist based in Hartford, Connecticut. I found Amy as I was working on a project and searching for literature reviews. She worked with a large team to theorize better ways to work with their patients who need a clear diagnosis and path of success slated for their upcoming journey.…
 
On this week’s ep, the team kick off with a review of the latest developments and impacts from the Medibank and Optus breaches. We then investigate the Thales data breach that wasn’t through their IT systems as well as another win for the good guys with the arrest of 59 suspected scammers across Europe. We then wrap up of the latest breaches and vu…
 
Are you struggling in your relationships? In this episode, David speaks to a relationship coach about what we can all learn from his profession. He gives us some great tips on how to improve our relationships, both romantic and platonic. Phil Airson is a Jay Shetty certified coach with a background in counselling. He helps people worldwide improve …
 
Rita Papakee is one of the first instances of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) experienced by the Meskwaki Nation, also known as the Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa. She was 41 years old when she vanished in January 2015 after she was seen leaving the Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel in Tama, Iowa and she has not been seen or he…
 
Fmr. Asst. Sec. of Defense for Operational Energy, Sharon Burke, discusses the military’s ongoing efforts to reduce its petroleum dependence, accelerate the energy transition for the nation, stay strong through the climate crisis, and the interconnections between human security and the natural environment.…
 
Hi Friends! 🚨Rebranding Alert!!!🚨 I know I’ve been MIA this past summer. I did some thinking and realized that the One Bed One Bath podcast was no longer resonating and inspiring me with conversations/topics to share with my listeners. So I decided to change it to the Growing Resilient podcast! I am a firm believer in taking life by the horns, unde…
 
On this episode of Badass, Jennifer Crossley shares the story of losing her 23 year old brother, Leroy, to gun violence when Jennifer was just 20. We explore the impact this had on Jennifer’s family, and also how it has spurred Jennifer to speak out for gun control on behalf of families like hers. We also discuss the harmful racial dynamics in the …
 
Lindsey Mullis and Morgan Turner, program director and program education assistant for the Kentucky Inclusive Health Collaborative at the UK Human Development Institute, joined host Jakob Hester this month to talk about the intersection of well-being and disability. In addition to the knowledge they bring from their professional roles, Lindsey is a…
 
In Today's episode of The Resilience Lab, we are talking to Kristen Holmes, VP of Performance Science at Whoop, a wearable technology company best known for its fitness tracker measuring strain, recovery, and sleep to "unlock human performance". Kristen tells us her story and how her research led her to WHOOP, the different variables in our routine…
 
Welcome back to Resilient Minds 365 where we discuss the resilient stories of entrepreneurs, professionals and students with mental illnesses to encourage you to strive, thrive, and live in abundance. I’m your host Cleoni Crawford. This week’s guest is Lynn Rae. Lynn Rae was diagnosed with depression at the age of thirty and bipolar disorder at thi…
 
Medusa’s story has been known to be frightening and confusing. Her glassy-eyed stare has paralyzed those who come upon her with fear. What if Medusa has something to offer us in our journey of healing and resilience? What if we can hear the story in a new way that actually may connect us deeply with our own experience? Discover how together, we can…
 
Where did William go and what happened to Resilient Masculinity? If you were encouraged by today's episode you can follow Resilient Masculinity at: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/resilientmas... Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvrN... Anchor Podcast: https://anchor.fm/resilient-masculinity Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7xRiKc…
 
Gabriel has been a humble, kind and treasured Clinical Psychologist at The Resilience Centre for the past 15 years. On his retirement, Lyn Worsley and Leigh Hatcher interview him about his career, faith and passion for learning. We wish him well and thank him for being a mentor to us all. https://www.theresiliencecentre.com.au/wp-content/uploads/20…
 
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