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Amazing Relationships with Kim Wilson
14 minutes | 5 months ago
5 Behaviors That Can Ruin Holiday Family Time
This holiday season is different for many families around the world due to the pandemic. Many families are social distancing. Even though families are not gathering physically, some of the negative behaviors that break down relationships continue to persist in a virtual climate. People still get their feelings hurt on Zoom, lash out at others on calls, post disrespectful messages online - all kinds of shenanigans! This podcast offers solutions to problematic behaviors during the holiday season.
11 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 77: How to Get Your ZEAL Back
Google defines 'zeal' as great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective. Sometimes, when we experience disappointment or a setback, feeling discouraged can follow. Feeling discouraged can lead to losing momentum and motivation. Before you know it, projects and goals become stalled, postponed or abandoned. This can become a vicious cycle that ultimately results in losing zeal. Here’s the AMAZING news! You have the power to restore and renew your zeal. This episode offers 5 smart tips to help get your zeal back.
9 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 76: A Gentle Farewell
Many people struggle with saying goodbye, moving on or letting go. Several factors get in the way of delivering a farewell. Sometimes it is fear or the discomfort of leaving something familiar. Change opens the opportunity for growth and impact. When you give a gentle farewell, there’s room to design a powerful hello.
10 minutes | a year ago
Episode 75: 5 Lessons My Dad Taught Me
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers in the world! Happy Father's Day to those who have transitioned; may your memory bring peace and comfort to the living. In this podcast, I'm sharing the top 5 lessons my father taught me. I was fortunate and blessed to grow up in the same home with my dad. As an adult, growing up with my father means more to me now than ever. I can see the reasoning behind some of his decisions with clarity and a different perspective. May the lessons serve as a resource to those looking for direction.
11 minutes | a year ago
Episode 74: 5 Lessons My Mom Taught Me
This podcast is dedicated to all the mothers for Mother’s Day. May this podcast honor the memory and spirit of all the mothers who are no longer with us on earth. My immediate wish is for this podcast to bring comfort to the sons and daughters who feel saddened during this occasion. This space also serves as a light for those who may not have or had a loving relationship with their mother. In this inspirational podcast, I share 5 lessons my mother taught me. As always, this one is for you. Enjoy. Happy Mother's Day!
24 minutes | a year ago
Episode 73: 5 Keys to Changing Your Life
Eight years ago, I felt like a hamster on a wheel - going around in a circle and unsure of how to get off. I became intentional about changing my life. Today, I manage me and call all my shots. I used a few powerful keys to unlock my changes. Some of those keys are included in this podcast. Get ready, get ready, get ready! This podcast was pulled from my vintage collection (episode 46) and renamed. The content is timely and appropriate during this pandemic. This one is for you! Enjoy your level-up!
10 minutes | a year ago
Episode 72: How to Stop Settling for "Okay, Average and Good Enough"
My favorite word is “Amazing.” In my world, it’s a representation of “the best” of something. The best may be a service, product or attitude. Why settle for “Okay” when “Amazing” is an option? When it comes to relationships, I often see people settling for “Okay, average or good enough.” Do you believe YOU can have an amazing relationship? It’s been said, when you settle for okay, you stay at okay. This informative podcast offers tips on how to stop settling for average and start expecting amazing.
12 minutes | a year ago
Episode 71: What I Learned from Mr. Rogers
One of my favorite shows to watch in childhood was "Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood." I loved hearing his voice, seeing him change his shoes and switch out his red sweater. I recently watched the movie “It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” starring Tom Hanks. I absolutely loved the movie because it was layered with solutions to complex relationship issues. In this powerful podcast, I share some of my observations from the movie.
12 minutes | a year ago
Episode 70: 7 Ways to Self Renewal During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Every crisis presents opportunities to learn more, make systems better and develop unimagined relationships. Those opportunities are a pathway to self renewal. It all starts with an intentional positive thought. This uplifting podcast offers 7 ways to self renewal amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
10 minutes | a year ago
Episode 69: A Look at the "Queen Bee" Syndrome
Happy Thursday Amazing! As women step into leadership positions, a common buzzing topic in many female circles is the "Queen Bee Syndrome." A syndrome is many things. One of the main concepts of the “Queen Bee” Syndrome is when successful women do not use their power and influence to help another woman; instead she may block her opportunities. In this buzzing podcast, we take a look at the “Queen Bee Syndrome” and offer solutions to "bee-haviors" that work. Click here for article reference.
20 minutes | a year ago
Episode 68: When Women Heal
In honor of Women’s History Month, I created a series called “Women Power Up.” The first episode from the series is “When Women Love.” It initially aired in 2018; the original title was “Women Hurting Women.” I changed the title because it felt negative. I listened to the podcast in its entirety and did not feel compelled to change a thing; the heart of the content remains relevant. This episode focuses on hurt between women. A woman loving another woman is AMAZING and POWERFUL. Insecurity and a lack of love can create problems with bonding and attachment for women. May this podcast serve as a tool and pathway to healing women relationships.
41 minutes | a year ago
Episode 67: Male Depression & Brokenness
Male depression is real. According to Psychology Today, seventy-five percent of men make up the population that die by suicide. In this episode, special guest Ervin Watson discusses when men experience depression and brokenness. We talk about feelings, behaviors and dysfunction that lead to brokenness in men. We go even deeper by talking about solutions. For additional resources on suicide prevention, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
21 minutes | a year ago
Episode 66: Part 3: When Men Heal
This is part 3 of the "When Men Heal" series, featuring special guest Ervin Watson, Jr. (www.ervinwatson.com). In this powerful episode, we discuss communication, honesty, reasons men shut down and much more. Be sure to check out episodes 64 and 65.
22 minutes | a year ago
Episode 65: Part 2: When Men Heal (Featuring Ervin Watson)
In this episode, we dive into part 2 of "When Men Heal." Ervin offers a great perspective about the challenges and benefits of men healing. Learn more about Ervin Watson at www.ervinwatson.com.
18 minutes | a year ago
Episode 64: When Men Heal - Part 1
Many of you have asked me about developing more shows from a male’s perspective. Well, your request is granted! This is Part 1 of a thought provoking podcast titled "When Men Heal." Special guest Ervin Watson is collaborating with me. For over 15 years, this decorated veteran of the US Air Force has been a public speaker who captivates the imagination of his audience through transparency and brutal honesty that often leaves him vulnerable and people feeling encouraged. Learn more about Ervin at www.ervinwatson.com. Enjoy!
8 minutes | a year ago
Episode 63: Do It Differently
We’re in our last week of January. Some of you are excelling with your New Year Resolutions. Some of you are...well...struggling with staying motivated. This podcast is designed to help start or restore your motivation. This powerful message starts with the concept, “Do It Differently.” In order to get different results, you have to do something different.
9 minutes | a year ago
Episode 62: 7 Tips to Help Execute Your Plans for 2020
Developing a plan is the start of creating change. Executing the plan is what takes you from concept to reality. This uplifting podcast offers 7 tips on how to execute your plans for 2020.
13 minutes | a year ago
Episode 61: Kimmie's Top 5 Lessons of 2019
I love preparing for a new year. For me, it represents a new beginning; another opportunity to press the reset button. At the end of each year, I like to reflect on my lessons from victories and challenges. Reflecting is a very powerful tool; it empowers us to pay attention to choices and solutions. In this refreshing podcast, I’m focusing on my top 5 lessons of 2019.
7 minutes | a year ago
Episode 60: Overcoming Holiday Overwhelm
Focusing on everything and everybody during the holidays can create stress and overwhelm. This podcast offers three tips to restore your peace, sanity and joy!
10 minutes | a year ago
Episode 59: Conquering Loneliness At Christmas
Prolonged loneliness is an emotion that can have a huge negative impact on a person’s overall physical, mental and social health. Research has shown that loneliness can lead to depression, suppress immune systems and trigger social anxiety. In this special podcast, I offer three strategies to help manage loneliness on Christmas.
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