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Mind Matters with Rex Urwin and Catherine Connolly Podcast
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Understanding Your Enneagram
Understanding Your Enneagram Have you ever considered what makes people ‘tick’? Have you struggled with communication challenges because the person you’re trying to talk to can’t seem to understand your unique point of view or perspective? Welcome to the world of Enneagrams. In this podcast episode we have a chat with Michael White, a Sunshine Coast counsellor and Youth Worker about the tool of the Enneagram test, a theory which describes nine different personalities, and its value in self discovery. “15 years ago, I met a lady who introduced me to the Enneagram and it had such a profound effect in my own personal life that I knew one day I would share it with other people” - Michael White Michael was drawn into the Enneagram tool as it also includes a spiritual dynamic which not many people in the business realm were considering. It was previously a tool he was only using personally, to help develop a healthier relationship with himself and further discover and define his sense of purpose. Understanding its power and potential in the journey of personal evolution, Michael is now starting to share this tool with many others. To read more about each of the 9 'types' click this link: bit.ly/3g1MB7e See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
30 minutes | 5 months ago
The Structure Of Beliefs And The World They Cause Each Of Us: Part 2
The Structure Of Beliefs And The World They Cause Each Of Us: Part 2 Following on from our last podcast on ‘The Structure Of Beliefs And The World They Cause Each Of Us’, in this episode Rex Urwin and Catherine Connolly further develop the conversation to examine how, by combining your skills in imagining the life you truly want to live, with allowing your brilliant mind to create the neurology or the ‘inner road map’ to get you there, you can literally achieve or ‘think into being’ the quality of life and experiences of your dreams. However, while thinking and dreaming about your ideal life may sound easy, there’s a real difference between wishing and creating such a high level of desire that positive action and outcomes are inevitable. As Rex highlights, “We need to create the inner imagery, the inner beliefs, the map. If we relate to creating the infrastructure, what we're really talking about in Mind Matters language is, we’re creating the neural pathways - which are a map. Once you start to hone in and think about, talk about, interact with and envisage something coming true, or creating something, you start to stimulate the neurology to do it. “ Rex also shares that “to get to the outcome, to be successful you need to form the map internally. So if you think of it in terms of getting from A to B and looking at the map and say, ‘Well, let's go from here to there. How long is it going to take? And where is it?’ And just relate to the neural pathways as a map. You must consider that there are previous maps that are already in action within a person. So. Unless those maps are connected to getting into the territory that we're talking about to create a new desired outcome, then you're going to walk an old map unconsciously that actually doesn't have a destination like that outcome on it. And you start doing behaviours and creating action, but it's the wrong action.” This podcast is loaded with gems of wisdom that we know you’ll love. And to learn more about Success Excelerator, CLICK HERE: https://bit.ly/3j18TX9See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
30 minutes | 5 months ago
The Structure Of Beliefs And The World They Cause Each Of Us
The Structure Of Beliefs And The World They Cause Each Of Us Have you noticed that experiences from the past seem to recur time and time again? Is it simply a case of ‘Groundhog Day’ or could you potentially be re-creating those experiences because of long held beliefs which may or may not be true? If this sounds all too familiar, then this podcast is for you. In this broadcast Rex Urwin and Catherine Connolly speak openly about the way our beliefs can either help or hinder the creation of our life experiences and quality of the life we live. Are you living to your fullest potential? Have you hit your ‘glass ceiling’? Are you ready to consider and transform your way of thinking and being in the world? If these topics and this podcast resonates, read more about the content over on our website and consider embarking on your own transformation. INTRODUCING SUCCESS EXCELERATOR Success Excelerator is the perfect tool to help you literally rewire your brain and hardwire you for success with simple daily practice and brain training, enabling you to perform at your highest level, daily! This unique, multimedia online learning program is designed to assist you in creating new habits of thought, feelings and actions, which leads you to profound transformation and the ability to realise and achieve your greatest potential! Find out more by heading to the page on our site: https://www.mindmatters.me/success-excelerator/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
30 minutes | 6 months ago
Why Is Mediation Important - With Nadja Alexander
Have you struggled with conflict within your business, professional situations or with clients? Perhaps you’ve found yourself speaking or acting from an emotional standpoint rather than an objective and empowered place of conscious communication? Meet Nadja Alexander: a multi-award winning author and educator, a mediator and an independent adviser to international bodies and national governments in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. She has been engaged in dispute resolution settings in more than 30 countries and joins podcast host Catherine Connolly to discuss the importance of good mediation: both professionally and personally. Listen in as Catherine discuss in depth the importance of mediation and the key tools you need to consider when embarking on the mediation process. LOOKING FOR THE LINK FOR YOUR FREE BONUS DOWNLOADS? FREE BONUS AUDIO DOWNLOAD: STAYING CALM MEDITATION AUDIO TRACK Plus download Nadja’s ‘5 Tips For Listening When You Least Feel Like It’ pocket card. To do that, click this link: https://bit.ly/2COA7AASee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 minutes | 6 months ago
Understanding Your Authentic Self With Guest Michael White
Have you ever met people that you’ve either instantly clicked with or perhaps experienced instant feelings of discord? Have you perhaps wondered what makes your partner, kids or colleagues ‘tick’ and why they seem to see the world from a completely different perspective? While you may have previously dived into your own personality type, do you know your AusIdentity? And the AusIdentity of those around you? In this podcast hosted by Catherine Connolly, Catherine speaks with trainer, motivational speaker and the creator of AusIDentities, Michael White, who is shining a light on the importance of understanding your ‘Home Base’. AusIdentities is an Australian based profiling tool designed to help you understand your different values and core needs, laying the foundation for more harmonious relationships and enabling you to make better informed choices for your future. To gain access to your FREE AusIdentities report PLUS a bonus meditation audio track, click this link to head to the download page: https://bit.ly/38Owy98 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Life Is An Ongoing Learning with Ross Barnes
Life Is An Ongoing Learning with Ross Barnes Life, like Rugby, is an incredible game of skill. It’s important to train, to ensure you’re match ready, to be open and aware of your surroundings and look for those opportunities to make your next greatest move. However what happens in the face of challenging life experiences where the ball is no longer in your possession? What are the skills required to turn the game around and not just score a try, but get the conversion and win the game? In this podcast hosted by Rex Urwin, Rex speaks with Ross Barnes - Managing Director of Asme Projects. Rex and Ross, both proud Kiwi’s in Australia, former rugby players and avid fans share their love of the game and utilise the symbolism of Rugby as a metaphor for some of life's most important lessons. At the end of the podcast, make sure you download the bonus meditation audio: Being Open To Possibilities. This track has been created using skilful languaging tools to engage the whole of your brain. It is designed to enable you to let go of your ‘thinking mind’, allowing vital information to be absorbed into your subconscious mind and activate your own personal evolution. Click the link below to head there. Link here: https://www.mindmatters.me/life-is-an-ongoing-learning/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22 minutes | 7 months ago
Mindset Transitioning For Entrepreneurial Thinking
Have you ever considered the possibility of taking the leap from Employee to Entrepreneur? Are you a business owner who is looking towards greater entrepreneurial leadership? In light of the current global situation, many people are facing redundancy or looking at the potential need of pivoting into a stronger leadership role as a business owner or entrepreneur and are now faced with different challenges: how do you transition mindsets? Do we all need to upgrade our identity mindset for greater flexibility and resilience in a changing environment? In this podcast hosted by Catherine Connolly, Catherine interviews lawyer, author, entrepreneur and business leader Jeremy Streten, who has made great strides in the business community to bring law and it’s key elements into practical business application so that everyone can understand and better prepare for. Jeremy openly discusses the challenges of pivoting from being an employee into the mindset of an entrepreneur, as well as the potential for success. PLUS: click the link below to head to our blog page where you can download our FREE PDF tips and takeaways sheet from the podcast AND you'll be sent a link to a FREE chapter of Jeremy's book 'The Business Legal Lifecycle' called 'It's Lonely at the Top – Dealing with Crisis'. Link here: https://bit.ly/37wBNdb See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
Smart Habits For Working From Home
With the effects of the Global Pandemic becoming very present in our lives, many businesses have been forced to transition their model into a work from home option. While, for many, this can sound like a dream come true, working from home adds it's own stresses and complexities into our already busy lives! In this podcast Catherine Connolly chats with Internet TV host, TV presenter and serial entrepreneur Monique Bradley around the concepts of considering how to disconnect from 'work mode' and transition into 'home mode' with a few simple habits worth trying. "Now it's vitally important to get the balance right, to maximise how our brain can more effectively work. Sometimes people may spend hours, upon hours, upon hours working with no break and yes, they're busy, but the level of productivity is probably far less effective and efficient as if they did it in that increments where your brain's more 'on'. Repetition of new habits creates better results." PLUS: head to our website and gain access to our 2 bonus powerful NeuroCoding audios. Track 1: Disconnecting From Your Day: A live recorded visualisation on how to consciously release the day Track 2: Inner Smile: A gentle reprogramming track designed to calm your nervous system and leave you smiling again! To gain access to those tracks click here: https://bit.ly/3domyFiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11 minutes | 8 months ago
Choosing To Be Open To Possibility
Are you currently living the life of your dreams? Take a look around you. Ponder on this question. What if we told you that yes: the reality you see around you, is literally the life you've dreamt of, up till now....... Do you like what you see? Or is it time for a change? In this podcast Rex Urwin discusses the realm of possibility and explores the concept that 'everything is created from imagination'. Listen to this podcast to find out more. And for your FREE DOWNLOAD, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LlT8LqSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24 minutes | 10 months ago
Managing Fear And Uncertainty In Challenging Times
Welcome to the Mind Matters Podcast. In this podcast Rex Urwin and Catherine Connolly discuss what they call ‘State Management’ or ‘Emotional Management’ - something they work closely on with their clients online and in real life. In the blink of an eye, life has changed for everyone and with the current situation with the Covid-19 virus and the constant media attention, people around the world are starting to become more and more fearful. While it's vitally important to be informed about the measures that have been put in place to protect you and your community, to slow down the spread of the virus, this constant barrage of media, feelings of fear and panic only assists in raising our adrenal and cortisol levels, compromising our immune system, and leaving us in a constantly anxious state.So what steps can you take immediately to help yourself through this time of crisis? Listen to this podcast to find out more. And for your FREE DOWNLOAD, click this link: https://bit.ly/2UAdMMg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15 minutes | a year ago
Dealing with Conflict: from Fight or Flight to Reason
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10 minutes | a year ago
Risking Being Real -- the New Call
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31 minutes | a year ago
Dark Past, Bright Present: a Discussion with Trevena Feldmanis
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29 minutes | a year ago
A Conversation with Self-Made Well-Being Guru Kym Power
Well-being guru Kym Power shares her passion and dedication to her craft with Catherine Connolly in this compelling new Mind Matters interview.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27 minutes | a year ago
Interview with BJ Connolly: Understanding Autism Spectrum
Autism spectrum affects many people, and one of them is BJ Connolly. He is a rising young comedian who has a unique perspective into his condition.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17 minutes | a year ago
The Four Foundations -- A Guidance System for Your Business
The Four Foundations are essentials to our humanity that are directly connected to how the universe at large works. With these foundations, we at MInd Matters are able to come up with things like an amazingly powerful program in a retreat like Design Your Destiny 2019.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 minutes | a year ago
The Joy and Spiritual Strength for Living: an Interview with Carmen Taylor
Carmen Taylor, a young widow, provides a great example of surviving loss and going on with life through peace, understanding and spiritual strength. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
31 minutes | a year ago
Naomi Smith: Surviving Breast Cancer With Powerful Choices
Battling, Surviving and Celebrating Survival from Breast Cancer October is the Pink Month for Australia, the time to discuss and learn about breast cancer. It is also a time when women celebrate their successes against the disease, when survivors band together in common cause with those still fighting their battles. In this October podcast, we were lucky enough to have interviewed Naomi Smith -- banking and finance expert, executive coach and breast cancer survivor. Naomi is or was one of 53 women in Australia diagnosed with cancer every day. She knows the difficulties and challenges, the many choices available and how a choice-empowered personal journey of healing can make a difference. Episode Highlights Preliminary discussion, mention of October as pink ribbon month for Australian women fighting or who have survived breast cancer. Naomi's background story, the shock of discovering she had cancer. Discussion of stories and statistics of the disease that affects one in seven women in the country. Discussion turns to Naomi's personal plight. How she challenged herself to achieve 95% healing. Naomi also relates how she found firm ground on which to battle the cancer with Mindset Mastery skills. "A massive outpouring of love" occurs and how she found this when she became present and grateful for people in her life. Further discussion of chemotherapy and details about her personal life during the total of 12 months of her treatment. Lessons, choices and how these choices can empower you to heal by focusing your energy on these. Naomi and Catherine discuss reactions within the close circle of family and broader circle of friends and community in relation to breast cancer. Vignettes or the little stories that stood out as touchstones for Naomi during the ordeal. About supporting your choice to find support, love and empowerment. Discussion of gratitude through all her travails, the changes that have occurred to her life as a breast cancer survivor. Reviewing a conclusive detail about true understanding of having a choice, what power and energy it gives. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22 minutes | a year ago
Lyn Saxton Interview - Standing Up For The Sunshine Coast
One of the models that we use in our work is what we call The Ten Dimensions of Wealth, and one of those dimensions is contribution. We’re both long time advocates for the environment and sustainability, and proud Sunshine Coast residents, so we especially look up to those who go the extra mile to protect the environment as their form of contribution. One such person is Lyn Saxton, who has lived in the area for more than 40 years. She’s been a legal secretary and law clerk for most of that time, as well as serving as a Justice of the Peace and Commissioner for Declarations. She’s suffered many setbacks in her life. She broke her back in the USA resulting in a spinal injury and months of therapy to recover, several miscarriages, including the loss of twins, and a brain haemorrhage while hiking which led to her being airlifted by the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Despite her health challenges, Lyn has become a fierce protector of the Sunshine Coast. I spoke to her on the Mind Matters Podcast. Episode Highlights: Why Lyn decided to get involved in development watch The major concerns in the Coolum and Yaroomba area Why the loggerhead turtles are endangered Fundraising efforts for the current court case Why locals and tourists are banding together so that the Sunshine Coast will not be developed like the Gold Coast The solidarity of the general public The congestion issues in Coolum How the volunteers are trying their best to help their endangered loggerhead turtles How you can help Why it’s a David vs. Goliath fight Why financial support is the best way you can help support the current court case Why Lyn’s dedication to the community is so important to her Developers need to be held to account What are the ripple effects of your decisions in business Useful Links: www.developmentwatch.org.au Mind Matters Links: Mind Matters WebsiteCatherine Connolly on LinkedInRex Urwin on LinkedInMind Matters Twitter Mind Matters Facebookinfo@mindmatters.meSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
37 minutes | a year ago
Interview with Emmanuela Shinta – Finding Your Purpose
This episode of the Mind Matters Podcast is something a little different. We’re looking at the courage it takes to realise and follow your purpose in life. Rex is chatting to Emmanuela Shinta, a 26-year-old Dayak woman from Kalimantan, Borneo, about her role in this world and the power of taking action, even when you don’t know what you’re doing. Emmanuela is an activist, film producer and director, founder of the Ranu Welum Foundation and a leader for young people. She’s gained notice over the years, speaking before the United Nations and a number of other international platforms about the deforestation of the Bornean rainforest and the overall destruction of her beloved country and her Dayak culture. She has trained more than 100 young indigenous people to use a camera to share their cause, and continues to raise awareness of the Dayak people and Kalimantan through the use of short videos and documentaries. Episode highlights: Who Emmanuela Shinta is and what her vision is - being born in Kalimantan as a Dayak woman was “no accident” Why Emmanuela feels like she wasted the first 17 years of her life - not knowing what her purpose was The turning point for Emmanuela when she realised her purpose She did not see the vision for what she wants to happen until she experienced the pain of the destruction of her country Why Emmanuela thinks the transformation of Kalimantan is possible The power of vision and the vision for Borneo The voice of indigenous communities and avoiding conflict Being invited to speak before the UN - talking about issues and solutions What Emmanuela thinks every small to medium business owner needs to pay attention to The problem comes when we separate ourselves from each other As a business owner, you have a responsibility Working together to make the world a better place Useful Links: Emmanuela Shinta on LinkedIn Emmanuela Shinta Website Emmanuela Shinta Instagram Emmanuela Shinta Twitter Emmanuela Shinta YouTube Mind Matters Link: Mind Matters WebsiteCatherine Connolly on LinkedInRex Urwin on LinkedInMind Matters Twitter Mind Matters Facebookinfo@mindmatters.meSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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