Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
Hello and welcome to episode 323 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll learn about the Status Quo Bias and how it might be protecting you and, also, how it might be holding you back.  As you'll hear in the episode, I've recently started a new full time job and made the difficult decision to take some time away from podcasting. If you'd like to stay up to date with my work, I highly recommend joining my email list here: www.rachaelkable.com/subscribe You can also find the show notes and links to further resources at www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/323 Thank you so much for listening and take care, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 322 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll hear some great questions from the students inside my Derail Imposter Syndrome Online Course.  The questions include:  - I just started a new job and I feel like a fraud. Everyone seems so much more qualified than I am and I’m worried I’m in way over my head. What should I do? - I struggle with self-sabotage and whenever I feel like I’m close to success, I usually find a way to destroy it. Is there anything I can do to stop sabotaging myself? - I feel like I’m trying to pretend I’m perfect, especially at work, and it’s exhausting. Why can’t I just let myself make mistakes sometimes? Don't forget to head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/322 to grab your spot inside the Derail Imposter Syndrome Online Course.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 321 of The Mindful Kind podcast (and the fourth episode in the relationships mini-series).  In this episode, you'll learn about emotional vulnerability in relationships, including why it's so important and some of my favourite tips to help you implement it.  Don't forget to visit www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/321 to get your copy of my Self-Compassion Meditation Album and find the writing prompts to help you practice acknowledging your emotions.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 320 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll learn some of my best tips for developing healthier and more vibrant relationships, including: - Asking for help and support in specific ways - Learning to disagree with compassion - Developing your emotional intelligence Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/320 to find out more and enrol in a wonderful course about relationships on Mindvalley! Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 319 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll discover my best tips for being more present in your relationships, including: Tip 1: Develop small habits that help you spent quality time with your loved ones Tip 2: Organise regular adventures with people you care about Tip 3: Look after your own needs Tip 4: Ask more questions in an open-minded and curious way Tip 5: Create a consistent mindfulness practice Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/319 to enrol in Mindfulness Made Easy and start creating your own mindfulness practice today! Thank you for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 318 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll learn about expectations in relationships and how expectations that are either too high or too low can damage important relationships in your life.  You'll also learn some tips for managing your expectations well, including:  - Expressing your expectations assertively and compassionately  - Learning to be flexible with some of your expectations  - Letting go of unrealistic or unhelpful expectations Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/318 to download a free copy of my Mindful Communication Guide.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 317 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  As someone who struggled with meditation for a long time thanks to my busy mind, I'm particularly passionate about this topic!     Meditation can be an incredible practice, but it can also be really challenging for anyone who finds it hard to focus. So, in this episode, you'll discover some great meditations for people with busy minds, including: - mindful walking - short breathing techniques - visualisations  Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/317 to grab a copy of my Relaxation Meditation Album, which features some of the meditations described in this episode.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 316 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll learn about the interesting ways that self-love can impact on your relationships.  For example, you might become less judgemental and people will feel like they can be more open with you!  Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/316 to read my article about implementing self-love after a tough day.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 315 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll learn about negative and optimistic attributional styles and how they can impact your life.  You'll also discover some real examples of attributional styles so you can understand how they might be arising in your life, too. Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/315 to grab your free copy of my favourite list of affirmations! Thank you for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 314 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll discover why it can be important to practice giving people the benefit of the doubt (including some interesting research about happiness!).  You'll also hear some of my favourite reasons for giving people the benefit of the doubt, including: - It helps me feel less stressed - I feel more compassionate and optimistic  - It's taught me to forgive myself more for my own mistakes Please note that it's not necessarily always a good idea to give people the benefit of the doubt! Make sure you tune into the episode to find out why.  Don't forget to visit www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/314 to download your free copy of my guide, Appreciate And Reflect On The Year That's Gone By.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 313 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, I'm really excited to share some things I'll be focusing on in 2022, including: 1: Giving people the benefit of the doubt 2: Slow mindful movement 3: Cooking 4: Going on new adventures Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/313 to find the link to my article, Rach's Recommended Resources: The Best Books And Podcasts For Greater Wellbeing, Mental Health, and Happiness.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 312 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll discover three important stages that can be helpful when you're making choices that feel right for you. Stage 1: Collect new information with an open mind (even if you don't agree with it!) Stage 2: Analyse new information and ask yourself helpful questions, like "Could it be good or interesting if I apply my new knowledge to my life?"  Stage 3: Experiment and adjust. If you decide to apply new things in your life, notice what works well (and what doesn't!).  Note: In the episode, I mentioned that I've recently started practicing Qigong and I'm really enjoying it! Click here to watch a masterclass on Qigong or click here to enrol in the same course I've been studying. (Please note these are affiliate links and I may receive a commission if you make a purchase at no extra cost to you).  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 311 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll discover four things that can be helpful to do when you're feeling a bit lost (based on my own experiences over the last week!). 1: Take the pressure off yourself and try to avoid making big decisions or changes if you don't feel ready 2: Clean and organise your home or workspace 3: Spend time in nature 4: Remember that feeling lost is usually a temporary experience and simply try to do the best you can to support yourself Don't forget to subscribe to The Mindful Kind podcast and head over to my website to join my newsletter list at www.rachaelkable.com Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 310 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  First of all, I have some very exciting news to share! My new online course, Derail Imposter Syndrome, is currently open for enrolment until 8pm AEDT, 15th Dec 2021. Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/310 to learn more and secure your spot! In this episode, you'll discover some key signs of Imposter Syndrome, including: - feeling like an imposter despite evidence that says otherwise - feeling exhausted or burnt out - sabotaging your success - attributing your success almost exclusively to external things - feeling distressed by mistakes or setbacks Please keep in mind that this isn't an exhaustive list of signs of Imposter Syndrome and you don't have to experience every sign, either! Thanks so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 309 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  Before we dive into the reasons that might be holding you back from success, there's something important to consider...  What does success actually mean to you?  Once you feel more clear about that, it's time to take a look at some things that might be holding you back.  1: Not knowing how to reassure yourself 2: Sabotaging your success or not taking the right actions 3: Lack of confidence  4: Imposter Syndrome Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/309 to subscribe to my newsletter and be the first to know when my new online course, Derail Imposter Syndrome, goes live! Thanks so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 308 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll hear about some of my experiences with Imposter Syndrome, including how it stopped me from becoming a psychologist and how it almost interfered with my dream of writing a book! You'll also hear about some experiences from people in my community and how Imposter Syndrome impacted their lives, too. Understanding Imposter Syndrome and how it might be affecting you can be a great step forward! So be sure to listen to the stories and ask yourself - do you see any similarities? Could you be experiencing Imposter Syndrome?  And if you'd like to work on overcoming Imposter Syndrome even more, stay tuned for my upcoming online course, Derail Imposter Syndrome! Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/308 to sign up for my email list. That way, you'll be the first to know when enrolment opens for Derail Imposter Syndrome:)  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 307 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll learn about emotional dumping and strategies to help you stop yourself from doing it too much! I learned about the concept of emotional dumping in Dr Nicole LePera's book, How to Do The Work. Here are the strategies I shared in the episode: 1: Ask for someone's permission before you start talking about any intense emotional experiences 2: Find a variety of ways to cope with your emotions, such as meditating, journaling, and exercising 3: Talk to different people about your emotions, rather than relying on just one person and do your best to find solutions, instead of just talking about intense emotional experiences If you feel like other people are regularly "emotionally dumping" on you, try implementing more boundaries. You can learn about this in episodes 254, 255, and 258 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.   
Hello and welcome to episode 306 of The Mindful Kind podcast. In this episode, you'll learn about unmet needs and how to deal with them in compassionate ways.  Getting our important needs met isn't always possible, which is why it can be so helpful to know how to look after ourselves well when that happens.  Here are some simple and self-compassionate ways to deal with unmet needs: - use self-soothing touch - engage in kind self-talk - make a positive plan to get your needs met in the future - talk about your needs with someone you trust If you're feeling alone and you're looking for someone to talk to about your unmet needs, I highly recommend checking out the sponsor of this episode, BetterHelp. Head over to trybetterhelp.com/themindfulkind to receive 10% off your first month.  Thanks so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Hello and welcome to episode 305 of The Mindful Kind podcast about dealing with resentment.  In this episode, you'll learn more about what resentment is and some strategies that I've found helpful when I'm dealing with it, including: - Practice observing resentment and understanding what it feels like and why it occurs - Explore if the resentment might be telling you something important. For example, is it a sign that you might need to seek extra support, communicate more effectively, or stand up for yourself? - Give yourself time to heal from resentment, but also look for opportunities to be honest about it (especially if resentment is appearing in your close relationships) Don't forget to visit www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/305 to sign up for my email list! Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.
Hello and welcome to episode 304 of The Mindful Kind podcast.  In this episode, you'll discover a brief overview of mindfulness and three things you should know about practicing it. Then, you'll find out some interesting ways that mindfulness can boost your energy, including: - potentially improving your quality of sleep - reducing emotional suppression - encouraging "single-tasking" Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/304 to enrol in my signature online course, Mindfulness Made Easy! Thanks so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 
Comments (25)

Darya

thanks for these helpful and conducive advices . I believe putting them into practice can hugely impact the process of tackling tough times. 💪

Jun 27th
Reply

Chloe Flows

This was a very interesting episode!

Nov 23rd
Reply

Claire

thank you

Nov 20th
Reply

علی ناییج

Are you a psychologist?

May 20th
Reply

G Wallace

So stressful listening to this

Feb 24th
Reply

Stu Cook

Enrol? What? Are we made of money? 😁 Haven't you heard there's a squeeze on each of us in these times?

Oct 1st
Reply

Stu Cook

Very helpful 👍

Sep 4th
Reply

Stu Cook

Nice work. Just found this now and found these tips incredibly helpful as I have been fond of ruminating at times. 👍

Aug 20th
Reply

iloveplants

I've been listening to your podcasts for about a year and they've really helped me become more mindful. I've started a new job and have been feeling all the emotions that come with it. Listening to you has helped me listen to my emotions and work through them.Thank you Rachael!!😊

Aug 14th
Reply

Dee S. White

Thanks for sharing.

May 28th
Reply

bookaddict 4real

thankyou for sharing… that took slot of courage… thank you

May 28th
Reply

Gabriela Green

That's one creative way to use the snooze button! Thank you for the idea, Rachael :)

Mar 3rd
Reply

ahmed naeem

I'm so excited to start my mindfulness journey with such a great podcast and an awesome host Rachael Kable. I hope mindfulness is the answer to my exam stress and overthinking as I'm ready to take my 17 years of life to the next stage of being more enlightened mindfully.

Jan 20th
Reply

Shneur Mish

I don't use my mobile phone for one full day. Saturday, as it's my Shabbat.

May 30th
Reply

Sean Reid

Enjoyed this. very helpful thx!

May 27th
Reply

Caren A. Kewer

that was so sweet!

May 6th
Reply

varsha

🌹

Apr 4th
Reply

Kelly Weaver

thankyou

Feb 16th
Reply

Anne Howe

Great topic thanks

Nov 5th
Reply

mimi k

Wasn't your first podcast epidode was about how u don't use mobile much ? I was inspired then . I feel sad to know now u use mobile for everything - mindfulness , work , Facebook , Instagram . I am addicted to mobile so I was thinking of listening to your podcast .

May 25th
Reply (2)
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store