Meditation is a simple practice available to all, which can reduce stress, increase calmness and clarity and promote happiness. Learning how to meditate is straightforward, and the benefits can come quickly. Join us everyday at 6 AM for guided meditation LIVE ON-AIR as we get you started on a path toward greater equanimity, acceptance and joy. Take a deep breath, and get ready to relax. The meditation show is an hour long but feel free to join and leave as you feel.Learn more
Hey there! I am Megan Reilly and the creator of Who Is Your Momma Pod. I have three precious little girls and I am married to my best friend who happens to be SuperDad! My day job is co-owner & COO of Tippi Toes, Inc and I spend my days expanding Tippi Toes Dance Franchises around the US & the world.I started Who Is Your Momma Podcast because when I became a mom about 7 years ago, I was always looking for answers. I started calling & texting my own mom with questions all the time! My mom had gone through every single thing that I was experiencing and my mom had three grown children who all were thriving and happy in adulthood and so the proof was in the pudding, you might say! Learn more
The Cannonball Mindset: How Today’s Leaders Achieve More is a podcast dedicated to helping today’s sales leaders and tomorrow’s business experts stay on the cutting edge of their industry by cultivating a growth mindset. Disruptors, innovators, and ground-breakers are all welcome.
Whether you’re looking to stay up to date on emerging trends in corporate training, learn from experts about new techniques in personal branding and sales technology, or simply get the right tools for personal and professional growth, this is the podcast for you.
Each episode features topics like: revenue growth, leadership, sales acceleration, growth mindset, personal branding, referral business, social media awareness, brand awareness, customer service training, corporate training, company culture, and more.Learn more
It's all words until a loss happens to you, and you experience that feeling of groundlessness that Chuck Palahniuk writes about in "Fight Club." I've been there, and I've grieved that. This is a show that talks about something most of us would rather not talk about - that thing is called grief. You'll find out why I call the show Grieve Better. From personal experience, I know it's possible to grieve better with the right support, the correct information, and the willingness to get better at feeling. Every week on the Grieve Better Podcast, we want to share something you maybe didn't know about grief to expand your perspective. Some weeks that thing will be shared by one of our guests or me.Learn more