Women Taking the Lead with Jodi Flynn
About This Show
Women Taking the Lead is a twice per week interview-style podcast with women who have achieved success. Through the leadership stories of other successful women, and the perspective of men, the aim of Women Taking the Lead is to show you how to lift the restraints of self-doubt and acknowledge you are destined for greatness, discover what you’re really passionate about so you can finally follow your true calling, earn the money you deserve, create more time for fun on your journey (it's essential to success!), develop relationships that support you, and to silence your inner critic, face your demons, and make working on your mindset for success a top priority. Come join me and let’s see what we can create!
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100% Jodi: On You Living “The Four Agreements” Part Four
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As of the date this episode was released it is Thanksgiving Day here in the US. It is always a good time to be thankful for all the blessings in our lives. It’s too easy to focus on what’s missing and what’s not going right and that creates a very unpleasant experience. Taking the time to reflect on what we have and what’s going right creates a peaceful and grateful state of mind that can help us to stay calm and in action. If you have not yet added a gratitude practice in your daily routing I’m going to highly recommend it. One thing I am incredibly grateful for this week is all the changes that have been happening to my website. More changes are going to roll out over time but for now womentakingthelead.com definitely has a new look and feel to it. I would love for you to check it out and let me know what you think. Many of the best ideas for my business including the website, this podcast, and the services I provide have come from my clients and community. Sometimes we’re too close to something to see the obvious so I am grateful for any feedback I can get; positive, negative or neutral. This episode is the fourth and last episode in a series based on one of the most impactful books I have ever read, The Four Agreements, and an event that I attended in Portland, Maine. The speakers at the event I attended were don Miguel Ruiz Sr., who is the author of The Four Agreements, and his sons don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. and don Jose Ruiz. In this series I’m sharing with you the notes I took that evening and some of my thoughts around the material. The agreements I’ve covered in the first three episodes where Be Impeccable with Your Word, Always Do Your Best and Don’t Take Anything Personally. I’ve introduced each agreement in the order in which they were presented at the event. There was one agreement left as don Jose Ruiz came to the stage, Don’t Make Assumptions. And again a twist on how to apply this agreement to your life was presented. From the book The Four Agreements the guidance for Don’t Make Assumptions reads, “Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.” When I read The Four Agreements 20 years ago I read this agreement as relating
Episodes of This Show
4 days ago
Rated 5 out of
Wow! This is amazing podcast to listen to! I have listened to all the episodes with all these amazing women and it has inspired and motivated me to go for it and to not let anything hold me back. Jodi is an amazing host. She makes the show personal and makes you feel like you are sitting right there with them. I have personally started to implement some of what I learned from listening into my own life and have been achieving positive things since! Can't wait for the next episode!! Love it!
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 5 out of
Witness a new standard being set
Extremely polished, well versed, very nicely put together.... Both the show and Ms. Jodi that is.
When you are in flow there is no separation between business and life. There is no difference between significant other and significantly (the) other.
This sort of universal cohesiveness is established right from the get go. Without a doubt Jodi has pounded on her craft so that she is able to speak and provide value effortlessly. And I am not talking about the podcast. I am talking about the amount of work she has invested in herself to get her to where she is today (so that she can be here with you and share here and now with you.)
I know that women are the primary focus of the show. Initially, I kind of took offense to that because it feels like Jodi is speaking to me. I, as a male, care to be a part of the conversation. Then it dawned on me, I am a part of the conversation because we get there together: in harmony, in partnership, in relationship, and in faith. Jodi believes in us.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of
So Inspiring!! A must listen!
I love listening to Jodi's interviews. She has a fresh perspective on being a leader and her acceptance of men as a part of this scenario is quite unique. She's a brilliant interviewer! And her down to earth lighthearted connection totally shines through in her voice. Sharing this one with friends!
Date published: 2015-05-06