Do you wonder how to get started with or maintain a meditation practice? Jeanie has been presenting empowering practices to clients and workshop participants for over 15 years and has been meditating for more than 30 years. She considers that meditation is the most empowering of all the empowering practices, with many methods to choose from. Jeanie gives you several tips for good ways to start and to continue your practice, and she leads you in a brief guided meditation, which you can download free at her web site.
Do you know the power of affirmations in your own life? Guest-host Charles W. Thomas, Jr. interviews Jeanie about her DailyAffirm process that has been freely available on the Internet for 16 years. They share ideas to support you to move from where you are to where you want to be. Find DailyAffirm at DailyAffirm.com. Find Charles at ProsperingTimes.com. Jeanie ends the episode with a brief Empowering Practice that encourages you to move to the consciousness of what you desire and then find the words that affirm that consciousness.
Do your words affirm your prosperity? Jeanie interviews Spiritual Prosperity Coach, Charles W.
Thomas, Jr., about his experience with developing prosperity affirmations.
His process is based on the Ten Commandments and has emerged from his own personal deep spiritual work. Find Charles on ProsperingTimes.com. Jeanie ends the show with a brief Empowering Practice that encourages you to find or develop you own affirmation that truly resonates with you.
Do you limit yourself with LIES (Labels, Illusions, Excuses, Stories)? Join Jeanie and Executive Coach, Teressa Moore Griffin, as they discuss strategies for releasing LIES that limit so you can more easily discover the truth of who you are. Teressa is the author of the new book, “LIES that Limit.” For the Empowering Practice, Jeanie encourages you to write your life dream, as well as using writing to focus you in your goals.
Do you experience the positive power of humor in your life? Join Jeanie as she talks with the first full-time humor educator in the world. Dr. Joel Goodman is the founder of The Humor Project, an organization that has inspired millions throughout the world to make humor a natural part of their lives. Joel, who says “humor makes us human,” brings to light many gems of wisdom to bring playfulness, lightness, and humor into any situation. Jeanie’s Empowering Practice is “The Power of Smiling.”
Do you ever wonder how conflicts start, continue, and end? Our thoughts are at the basis for all aspects of conflict, in fact, for all our experiences. Find your special way of participating as Conflict Resolution Consultant Greg Hessel from ReGeneration Resources joins Jeanie Marshall in conversation. Greg’s long-time experience facilitating a variety of conflicts and his non-judgmental approach to different thoughts and beliefs make him a perfect expert to talk about “Managing Conflict by Managing our Thoughts.”
Jeanie’s Empowering Practice is “Choosing your Situation for Learning.”
Does it sometimes seem that change is happening too fast or is too complex? Both the speed and complexity of change have increased. Listen as Jeanie and Jill Hinson from Change Fusion discuss the dynamics that face the leaders who stand at the edge of thinking. Examples and insights punctuate the conversation as Jill shares from her vast knowledge and experience. Jeanie has called her Empowering Practice: “Finding Patterns and Peace in the Pieces.”
Do you meditate? Do you have a meditation practice? Many forms of meditation exist which benefit different people in different ways. Scott Desgrosseilliers, founder of TheMeditationMind.com joins Jeanie in a conversation about meditation, technology, and the meeting of the two. Both Scott and Jeanie use technology in a variety of ways in and with meditation. In her Empowering Practice, Jeanie emphasizes the importance of finding a meditation practice that matches your needs, and shares a 2-minute guided meditation.
Have you learned to be so good at being independent that you now need to learn the power of asking for help? Joining Jeanie this week is Peggy Collins, the author of “Help Is Not a Four-Letter Word: Why Doing It All Is Doing You In.” In a culture that emphasizes independence, asking for help is often seen as a weakness rather than a strength. Jeanie’s Empowering Practice uses the imagery of a seesaw to help you to monitor your balance to make you more effective, including knowing when it is appropriate to ask for help.
Do you want your team to be great?
Jeanie and her guest, Stephanie Carroll of Carroll Consulting Group, discuss a variety of strategies that a good team can use to become a great team. With years of experience behind her, Stephanie shares her wisdom about the value of taking time out from the workplace routine, committing to on-going team relationship building, and encouraging constructive conflict. Inspired by the conversation, Jeanie creates an Empowering Practice using the imagery of seeing through a camera for different perspectives.