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Journey Principles Radio Podcast
37 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Episode 112: Embracing Life Gates
65 minutes | Oct 18, 2017
Episode 111: Quench Your Emotional Thirst
45 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Episode 110: Whine or Grind
The Blind Blogger, Maxwell Ivey, is our guest in today’s episode of The Journey Principles Radio Show. Max, is a force to be reckoned with. Legally blind and encountering adversity at what seems to be every turn in his life, Max exemplifies determination and perseverance and we are so excited to have him share his inspiring story of transformation with us on the show today. We are talking today about the choice to Whine or Grind. It's really easy for all of us to get into the habit of complaining about our situation, of making mountains out of mole hills without actually doing anything to constructively create change. This is the “stuck” or the “hamster wheel” that teaches us about here on and in . It’s Max’s mission to help people choose to Grind and work to change their situation rather than Whine about it unproductively. Max’s personal story is enough to motivate anyone to jump off their seats and start tackling their “to do” list, but he takes it a step further for us here at JP Radio. Max shares with us 4 steps to work through all the “to dos” that are weighing us down. They are simple questions with simple action steps but they make a huge impact. Grab your pen and paper, you are going to want to write down each step! Learn more about Maxwell Evey, The Blind Blogger here: Get Max’s book “Leading You out of The Darkness Into The Light: A Blind Man’s Inspirational Guide to Success” at , or . Jump start your own transformation and get off the hamster wheel of life once and for all with .
51 minutes | Oct 5, 2017
Episode 109: Conquering Emotional Trauma
We have an esteemed special guest on our show today, Dr. Jason Newsome, President Dayspring Counseling Center in Charleston, West Virginia. Dr. Newsome has spent more than ten years as a mental health counselor, over twenty years in ministry and serves as a program developer at Ohio University. He is also the author of the “Finding Peace in an Imperfect World” where you will learn how to apply God’s principles to calm real life chaos. One of the long lasting effects of suffering emotional trauma is a shift in the way a person thinks. Suffering significant traumatic events during childhood, Dr. Newsome knows first hand how this shift in thinking feeds the cycle of negative emotions that often plague survivors of emotionally traumatic events. In this episode Dr. Newsome walks us through his journey of abuse and what it took for him to conquer his own thinking and reclaim his life. He will also share with you some steps you can take to examine your own negative emotions and create a plan to move beyond the negativity. You can learn more about Dr. Jason Newsome at or follow him on social media (, , , and ). You can pick up your copy “Finding Peace in an Imperfect World” at , or directly on Dr. Newsome’s for a personally signed copy. Taking the first step to life change and emotional mastery is hard. As always, The Journey Principles Institute is here to help. To take control over your own life and move yourself from stuck to thriving, become a member of Transform U Online today and kickstart your own transformational journey.
48 minutes | Sep 29, 2017
Episode 108: Intellectual Wrap Up
Stephen Scoggins is back with us in the studio this episode as we wrap up September and our focus on the Intellectual Pilliar and the importance of growing, stretching your mind and being real. The last several months have been a time of trial and tribulation for Stephen and he has had to dig down deep and revisit the principles and strategies he teaches in Transform U and apply them to his life… again. Stephen shared an in-depth look into his life through a video post on social media and we discuss this video as well and the practice of discernment that Stephen is using to put the pieces back together. Discernment is choosing a course of action before it chooses you. In this episode you will learn about: Slowing down to gain perspective, pausing - response vs reaction. How to recognize deception - internal and external. The importance of humbling. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear personal application methods of the G.R.O.W. framework and gain insight on his journey during this season. Resources talked about during this episode: Transform U Online: Stephen’s Personal Journey 2017: Quadrants of Discernment:
47 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
Episode 107: Own Your Growth
Helping grow and develop other people with our guest Sergeant Jeff Stoner. Jeff has spent the last 18 years serving in the United States Air Force and is now entrusted to grow and develop new leaders at the Airman Leadership School. You can be a leader, no matter your current situation, station or education. You do not need a title to be a leader. Through purposeful personal development you can influence those around you. It’s all up to you! Jeff shares how surrounding yourself around “the right” people is the critical first step in becoming the leader you desire to be. In this episode you will learn: How to lead with integrity, even when things go wrong. The importance of personal development and growth - especially when it’s uncomfortable. Why situational leadership is an essential tactic in becoming a great leader. This episode is packed with personal growth and leadership development nuggets, you won’t want to miss a single one! Don’t forget you can kickstart your own personal growth at Transform U Online .
29 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
Episode 106: Clayton Harvest Festival: Special Edition with Scott Mason
We are out in the community today at the Clayton Harvest Festival in downtown Clayton, North Carolina. The Journey Principles Institute is proud to be a part of this incredible event and we are celebrating with a special live edition of Journey Principles Radio Show. In this episode, our founder Stephen Scoggins, gives us an overview of what exactly The Journey Principles Institute does. Make sure to listen to this episode to hear the mission and purpose directly from Stephen! The Chairman of the Clayton Harvest Festival, James Lipscomb, stops by and gives us the history behind the fast growing, multi-day community festival. Local celebrity - WRAL’s Tarheel Traveler, Scott Mason, shares his experiences exploring North Carolina and bringing awareness to the amazing people and places in North Carolina. Scott Mason has written several Tarheel Traveler books and his latest book “Faith and Air” hit the shelves today! “Faith and Air” is about the stories of miracles of the people he encountered and sent him on a faith journey of his own. Learn more about everything covered in today’s special episode here: The Journey Principles Institute: Transform U Online: Town of Clayton: Clayton Chamber of Commerce: Scott Mason: Tar Heel Traveler:
47 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Episode 105: The Road to Recovery
The Intellectual Pillar is about keeping your mind sharp! We could not think of a more appropriate time to bring back our very special guest Liz Rooney, founder of Hope Unfading – an organization created to provide resources for anyone who is struggling with a brain injury of any type. After surviving numerous accidents and injury-causing events and struggling through misdiagnosis after misdiagnosis, Liz finally found out that she suffered from a traumatic brain injury and began her journey to overcome this adversity and actually “grow” her brain. Listen to hear about the many stops along Liz’s journey that revealed hope and healing despite dealing with what appeared to be unrelenting illness. When Liz discovered Neuroplasticity (the brain’s ability to reorganize itself and compensate for mental, emotional and physical trauma) it quite literally changed her life and steps you can take to change yours. You can use your mind to change your brain and take control of your unconscious mind. Find out more about Liz and Hope Unfading at .
36 minutes | Aug 29, 2017
Episode 104: Fresh Way to Grow Your Mind
It’s September and at JPRadio this means a new pillar to focus on this month! It’s September 2017 and we are focusing on The Intellectual Pillar. Just to get you set up for success, this pillar is not about how smart you are or what grades you got in school. The Intellectual Pillar is about your mind and keeping it in tip top shape and functioning at 100%. Our guest today, Doug Stewart, is an instructor for The Dale Carnegie Institute and spends most of his days helping others grow and expand their boundaries. Doug himself has experienced a significant shift in his life brought about through his never-ending quest to keep growing his mind. Today, Doug shares with us some tips and tricks on how to incorporate this growth into your lives and gives us a fresh new perspective on intellectual growth. To learn more about The Journey Principles Institute and “The 8 Pillars of Life” visit www.journeyprinciples.com.
52 minutes | Aug 29, 2017
Episode 103: Professional Wrap Up
We are wrapping up August 2017 and our focus on The Professional Pillar. In episodes 100, 101 and 102 we’ve been focusing on finding purpose, passion and fulfilment in your career. We spend more than half our waking hours each day, at work – often more hours than we get to spend with our family and friends. In order to keep strength in this pillar of life, it is essential to work with purpose and leverage your passions. In this episode, Stephen Scoggins is back in the studio with us as we take a look back on the previous episodes this month and discover new ideas on how to stay strong in The Professional Pillar despite roadblocks and setbacks that may come your way.
51 minutes | Aug 23, 2017
Episode 102: Discovering Your Purpose
Living your life with purpose requires commitment and a constant effort to live your mission day in and day out. Finding purpose in your career choice is an even tougher battle for many, but once you find the harmony of purpose in both your personal and professional lives you will achieve fulfillment like you have never known. It’s not easy, but it can be done and you are worth it! In this episode, we have some very, very special guests (Jo Garret, Liz Layman,Stephanie Denton, Maggie Medina and Maxine Terry) joining us today. Each of them with a back story of adversity and roadblocks, just like you. Each one of them exemplifying purpose in their careers and enhancing the lives of those around them. Each one of them proving you do not need to be a billionaire or high-powered executive to make a difference, you just need a heart fueled by purpose. You will not want to miss the inspirational stories of triumphs in their missions. How can you find purpose in your career? Do you know someone in an everyday type of career that is fueled by purpose – the checker at the grocery store, the barista at your favorite coffee shop, the clerk at the neighborhood convenience store? We’d love to hear about them, drop us a comment or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know! We would love to recognize them! Find out more about our guests here: Jo Garrett – LashLove Jo – Maggie Medina & Maxine Terry – StepUp Ministries – https://www.stepupministry.org/ Liz Layman & Stephanie Denton – Juice Vibes – https://juicevibes.com/
52 minutes | Aug 17, 2017
Episode 101: My Passion is My Career
Do what you love, and you’ll never work another day in your life. We’ve all heard that before, right? But how exactly do you identify your passion and turn it into a career, like a legit career that pays the bills? Our guests this week, Engel and Amanda Jones, are going to dive into how they made this happen and how you can too. Engel Jones, host of 12 Minute Convos, and his wife Amanda both left their “professional careers” behind and have thrived in their new careers, living in their passions and helping others to thrive. This episode will provide you the nudge you need to take the big leap of faith and start living your passion.
53 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Episode 100: The Right Job for Me
Have you ever wondered if you were going to “the right” job every day or is a certain field the right professional path for you? Are you working in your true calling? What is the right place for me? Design and Destiny Coach, Karen Gilliam is our special guest who brings light to these common professional questions. Coach KG has been mentoring and coaching for over 20 years and has dedicated her life to helping others design their lives and live by default. In this episode we will take a deep dive into how to be empowered to make career decisions, how leverage your personal strengths and gifts to find a professional path that is right for you and most of all how to quit the J.O.B. aka the Journey Of Broke (mentally broke, psychologically broke, physically broke).
41 minutes | Jul 27, 2017
The Framework for Transformation: G.R.O.W.
Transformation is coming! The Launch of Transform U Online is right around the corner. Our school is focused around the G.R.O.W. framework. In order to be completely successful you should go through this framework. Gain perspective. Recognize your roadblocks. Organize your personal plan. Work your plan. In this episode, we will be taking you step by step through the G.R.O.W. framework and how we can apply to our lives.
50 minutes | Jul 21, 2017
8 Strategies to Breakthrough
Do you feel like you're stuck in life? That doesn't have to be the case anymore. There are 8 types of roadblocks that we can all fall into. Most of us relate to at least 1 or 2 roadblocks. Once we discover what our main roadblock(s) is, we can work to overcome that. In this show, we will walk you through how to overcome each of the 8 roadblocks.
49 minutes | Jul 14, 2017
Taking Charge of our Influences
There are 5 Influences which shape our thoughts, viewpoints, actions and sometimes outcomes. The question is, who's in the driver seat? On today's show we dive into those 5 Influences: Parental, Environmental, Relational, Situational, and Subliminal with our good friend Taanya Sarma. Taanya was raised in a VERY influential family, but not in a way that allowed her freedom to be who she was meant to be. Listen now and find out how she was able to break free then chase her dreams!
49 minutes | Jun 28, 2017
How to Lead a Transformational Life
Why does my life seem to stay STUCK all the time?! This frustrating question is one we ask about our careers, our relationships, our finances, our health and more. There is a predictable pattern to staying stuck and staying there. Good news! There is also a pattern to a successful thriving life. One that moves forward at the pace we want. It's called the Transformational Life, and the best part about what Stephen shares in this episode is it only takes slight rearranging what we already do.
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