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Risk Everyday with Kristy Arnett
13 minutes | 2 years ago
Facing the Nagging Voice of My Frickin' Soul
45 minutes | 2 years ago
The Beauty of Setting Boundaries
Each of us has gifts that we desire to bring to the world. What stops us tends to be our emotions -- the scary ones -- like fear, anger, judgement and shame. Amber Rae, speaker, artist and author of Choose Wonder Over Worry, comes on the podcast about how to create boundaries both with other people and with the scary emotions that visit us.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
How to (FINALLY) Make a Lifestyle Change
If you've ever had a hard (or impossible) time changing something in your life and wondered why, this podcast is for you. Eric Zimmer, entrepreneur, Behavior Coach and host of The One You Feed podcast, comes on the show to talk about the principles of being able to make sustainable behavior/habit change.
9 minutes | 2 years ago
Risk EVERYDAY not EVERYTHING
There's a difference between being reckless and taking calculated risks.
52 minutes | 2 years ago
Unchain Your Mind with Bencb
Tune in to this conversation with one of the most prolific online poker players in the world about how he's learned to take risks for incredible amounts of money with acute focus and without letting emotions cloud his judgement.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
Embrace the Grind with Johnnie Vibes
Poker pro, YouTuber and entrepreneur Johnnie Vibes comes on the podcast to talk about challenging himself to #EmbracetheGrind where he played poker for 30 days, 150 hours and documented his journey along the way.
7 minutes | 2 years ago
Don't Wait for Certainty
The best risks were taken when you weren't sure you were ready. They were ones where you said, "I could fail, but deep down, I know this is the step I need to take." Remember that the next time you get the chance to go for it.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
Same Game Different Day
I took a risk and guess what? I was still scared and insecure. It took a courageous young woman from Louisiana to remind me that it's totally normal.
51 minutes | 2 years ago
What Adventure Can Teach You, If You Let It
When life gets boring, that means you're not growing. The way to kick any slump is to go on adventure. It could be a trip to Bali, or it could be to the gym. Or maybe it’s just eating out at a restaurant you’ve never been. According to professional adventurer, entrepreneur and writer Derek Loudermilk, new experiences is the secret to learning personal resilience, confidence and leadership.
9 minutes | 2 years ago
Eckhart Tolle Got Me Good
Monday Morning Message: Eckart Tolle just nailed me between the eyes with a quote from The Power of Now. If you're constantly striving and always feeling behind, this message is for you.
60 minutes | 2 years ago
Feeling Taken For Granted in a Relationship? Maybe Compromising is the Problem
What if we have it all wrong? What if compromising is NOT the answer? What if that is actually what's killing the passion. That's what Alexandra Stockwell MD, a relationship and intimacy expert, believes. Find out why on the show. http://www.kristyarnett.com Music by Autograf
9 minutes | 2 years ago
What's your "someday" goal? MMM
Whatever it is, turn it into action.
11 minutes | 2 years ago
Monday Morning Message
This is the first of many Monday Morning Messages to start your week.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
How to Heal a Marriage After Infidelity
When a trusted friend asked my husband and I to sit down and be interviewed about how we healed our marriage after infidelity, we felt afraid, but said, "Absolutely, yes." Here is the interview.
50 minutes | 2 years ago
Learn How to be Powerful from a Former Dominatrix
If you've ever wanted to learn exactly how to stand in your power, this interview with Kasia Urbaniak, a former dominatrix, is for you. As women, we've been told that we need to be powerful. In the workplace, we must speak up and hold our own. There have been so many times in my life, where I've felt shy, insecure and afraid in conversations. I've frozen, said nothing, then walked away feeling weak and ashamed. Accordingly to Kasia,who is now CEO of The Academy, a school that teaches women the foundations of power and influence, this is an extremely common occurrence and she explains why and what to do about it.
58 minutes | 2 years ago
Meet the Man Who Went From Novice To Olympian in 4 Years
You read the headline right. Jeremiah Brown went from a beginner rower to a Olympic Silver medalist in four years. He chronicles his journey in the book, The 4 Year Olympian. Today on the podcast, Jeremiah talks about what it was like moving from wondering what he was capable of to taking action to find out. During his pursuit, he faced down self-doubt and mounting adult responsibilities (something we all can relate to).
10 minutes | 2 years ago
One of the Last Words She Said To Me Still Sticks
"There are just so many things I still want to do." She was 25. Beautiful. Talented. Dying. With those words, my friend Thuy Doan taught me what gives life meaning.
50 minutes | 2 years ago
Ayahuasca Experience Questions Answered By Expert Shaman
Ayahuasca. Some people call it spiritual medicine. Others call it a schedule 1 drug. But there are reports from all over the world of people having the most transformative experience of their life after attending an Ayahuasca ceremony. Kat Courtney, a shaman and expert, comes on the podcast to talk about the experience of plant healing.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
Even though I know it's right, why is it so hard?
If you've ever asked yourself this question, this podcast is for you. Sometimes we know the answer to getting what we want out of life, but when the opportunity presents itself, we freeze. In today's episode, Kristy explains why that is and shares an exercise for you to do that will bring you clarity and the courage to RISK!
60 minutes | 2 years ago
How to Live a Life Without Regrets
Are you stuck in a rut? In a relationship that you feel isn't right for you? In a job that makes you feel tired and less than valued? How much time will we devote our lives to things that are not working for us? As you might already know, we don't live forever but we may live our lives like we do. If this is you, then you will not want to miss today's guest. In this episode, I interview Bronnie Ware the author of The Top Five Regrets of the Dying. When Bronnie was a child, she believed she would grow up and be a musician like her parents. When her heart led her to work with the terminally ill, she was inspired to share all that she has learned from the dying with the world. Listen to learn how to live a life without regrets and satisfy your dreams. Links: https://bronnieware.com/bronnies-book/ Show Notes: [00:01:31] risks I've taken have have just been a culmination of one risk after another and I don't actually see a lot of Bermas risks anymore because it's just my nature and my lifestyle to think okay well my heart says to do this next I'll do this or I'll do this. [14.8] [00:03:17] I picked up my guitar and started writing a song and that led to me stepping onto a stage and I was so sick with nerves and it felt like for a couple of weeks before I even got there and I got on on that stage and I hated it. [00:04:24] I learnt to open my heart a crack at a lot of walls that were blocking me and it was a massive healing journey for me and that led to me eventually opening a creating a songwriting program in a women's jail and that led to all the while I was doing the music I was looking after dying people and that led to me writing an article for a music magazine which led to me starting a blog which led to the blog taking off which led to me being offered an agency contract for a book deal and then 25 rejections later I went independent release my book. The book took off and ended up with a publishing deal. [44.0] [00:06:54] this deep desire to share this message because you know that it will make an impact and hearing how your story progressed into. Exactly Being a writer that suits you. [14.4] [00:08:07] How do people get to the deep desire or passion that is going to carry them through the scary parts. Okay well there's two things. [00:14:00] The mind does the mind and see the exact exact vision but the heart doesn't the heart wants to feel a particular feeling. And so if you can take and the heart won't forget that feeling. [00:14:12] So there's no risk of you getting distracted because the heart will actually say I'm really not happy here. You're getting off track. So the heart will always always call you back. So if you can have the courage to only do one step at a time knowing that your heart won't lead you astray your heart will actually keep pulling you in the true direction you're meant to be going. [35.5] [00:15:30] So by committing to just one step at a time then not only are you fully present and can enjoy that step and learn more about yourself in the process but then you give life a chance to reveal the next step when you're ready and that way you end up taking 10 steps 10 really significant steps to get to your destination even if there they'll be enjoyable and an amazing even if they're also really difficult because they can you know life is challenging you to get rid of all the other conditioning that isn't serving you. [39.9] [00:23:12] I would love to just to talk about your first book The top five regrets of the dying as you mention and dig a little bit deeper into just the first regret. How did you find yourself caring for people as your as your next step. [19.2] [00:29:07] And you promised me please promise to this dying woman that you are going to live a life true to yourself that you're going to be courageous that you're not going to care what other people think of you. Please darling please tell me don't. [15.0] [00:30:49] So we have to recognize this that was a precious resource time is and that it's not replaceable and it's not infinite. So the more we can recognize that that we're on limited time and then we realise we don't want to live a life. But other people expect of us. We need to be brave and dare to surrender into where our hearts calling us. [26.2] [00:34:35] so. So it's it's just recognising that life your life is incredibly precious and it's not for ever and the pain of regret is nothing you ever ever ever want to experience. [15.3] [00:36:52] When Dad died because we'd healed a very tumultuous relationship. So when he died I actually just felt amazing peace and gratitude but I just knew was a changing time in my life and so I took a few months off and within a week of a few months of Bloom just it was just like warm. [18.3] [00:39:06] what is surrender in this context and how and why is it so necessary in living no regrets life. Sure. It's definitely not giving up. It takes a lot more courage than that and it actually takes reaching a place where you say I really don't. [19.2] [00:42:49] I had to I had to learn forgiveness towards myself. I felt guilty for being too happy and I had upper limit problems. It was time to embrace happiness without guilt is embracing happiness without guilt over this idea of a sort of like that we deserve to be happy to surrender play into that as well. [24.0] [00:47:26] whatever. You know these vulnerabilities and being able to share things like that make us more human. And so when I put bloom out there sharing different facets of my past and and raw honesty I knew that I'd done the job I was meant to do because in doing that not only am I serving others by helping them find strength through my journey but I have learnt through surrender that it came full circle that life loves us and wants us. [35.9]
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