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Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi

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Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi is a weekly podcast about Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. Each week, we talk about becoming a better person, address the pain in our lives, or spend time with a challenging thought. Along the way, we will talk about depression, anxiety, addiction, happiness, and how to find meaning in your life. Although Tzvi is the host, we'd like to hear what you have to say, and make it a part of the show! Contact us by email or voicemail, and visit the website, thoughtfulmindpodcast.com #mentalhealth #personalgrowth #mentalhealthpodcast #personalgrowthpodcast #happiness #happinesspodcast #motivation #motivationalpodcast #depression #anxiety #addiction #meaningoflife
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TMWT Episode 019: Are You an Impostor?Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we examine Impostor Syndrome: why you might have it, what it looks like, and what you can do about it.“I don’t know whether every author feels it, but I think quite a lot do — that I am pretending to be something I am not, because, even nowadays, I do not quite feel as though I am an author.” —Agatha Christie In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is wrong with being Superwoman?How does Impostor Syndrome hurt usWhy does someone struggling with perfectionism tend toward Impostor Syndrome?Where do we need to resident balancing out with negative?Who shoots hundreds of baskets every day?When do we stop growing as human beings?Mentioned Resources:An article on Impostor Syndrome can be found hereValerie Young's book can be found hereThe Impostor Syndrome Test can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 025: Thoughts on CreativityWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we look at two views on creativity; we examine the Everything is a Remix theory, and look at why creating, not ignoring, constraints promotes creativity.“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” - Isaac NewtonIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What are some of the rules of creativity?How does adding constraints, not ignoring them, promote creativity?Why don't brainstorming sessions work?Where did George Lucas get the ideas that led to Star Wars?Who did Issac Newton copy the above quote from?When did all the parts of the printing press come into creation? Mentioned Resources:More about The Koln Concert can be found hereEverything Is a Remix can be found hereInside the Box can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show
TMWT Episode 024: A Thoughtful Middle 8Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we have a middle 8: we reflect on past ideas in a new way, using the power of physics to open our mind.In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is a Middle 8?How can we remove triggers from our lives?Why do the books stay stuck?Where should we be driving?Who benefits from surrender?When does the podcast return?Mentioned Resources:Physics for Rock Stars by Christine McKinley can be found here.Past episodes on addiction can be found here, here, and here.The Lonely Man of Faith episode can be found here.We spoke about resentments here.More TMWT on acceptance can be found here.Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show
TMWT Episode 023: What's So Wrong with Gambling Addiction?Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about a misunderstood addiction, gambling addiction. We discuss how it plays out in the brain, and what destruction it causes.“THE passion for play is probably as old, and will be as enduring, as the race of man. Some of us are too timid to risk a dollar, but the percentage of people in this feverish nation who would not enjoy winning one is very small. The passion culminates in the professional. He would rather play than eat. Winning is not his sole delight. Some one has remarked that there is but one pleasure in life greater than winning, that is, in making the hazard.” – S.W. ErdnaseIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is gambling addiction fueled by!How does addiction affect the brain?Why does the gambling addict take more and more risk?Where can a gambling addict get help?Who gets hurt by gambling addiction?When was The Expert at the Card Table written? Mentioned Resources:The Scientific American article mentioned can be found hereGA's website can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show
TMWT Episode 022: Body Over MindWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we find ways to flip the old saying, and use body over mind. We talk about physical actions that can improve our mood and thinking.“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” – John F. KennedyIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is controlled deep breathing?How does visualizing colors help us relax?Why does exercise give us better moods?Where does fear live in the body?Who talks about forced smiling?When does standing tall help?Mentioned Resources:Learn more about the connection between exercise and mood hereRichard Wiseman's book The As If Principle can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show
TMWT Episode 021: Fun & Games: The Playful Path of Bernie De KovenWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we walk a playful path, looking to improve our happiness and flow. We talk about the life's work of Bernie De Koven, who brought joy and inspiration to so many.“So when I talk and write about a Playful Path, I'm neither talking no writing about how we can or should become playful, because we already are. Or how we can become more playful, because our playfulness is immeasurable... Playfulness isn't really an achievement. It's a gift. Let me say that again. Playfulness isn't an achievement, it's a gift. And that gift come to those who choose to receive it.” – Bernie De KovenIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is The Playful Path?How do we achieve Flow?Why is The Blessing Game so much fun?Where does playfulness come from?Who drank coffee and who drank Coca-Cola in a Jerusalem cafe so many years ago?When did we learn to shut ourselves off from the world?Mentioned Resources:Learn more about Bernie De Koven and his work hereRead Bernie's full blog post mentioned in the episode hereLearn more about Gratitude hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 020: The Lonely Man of FaithWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we discuss The Lonely Man of Faith, written by Rabbi Joseph B Soloveitchik. We explore the dual nature of man, accomplishment and reflection, and find a conceptual framework to understand these to sides of humanity.“Who knows what kind of loneliness is more agonizing: the on which befalls man when he casts his glance at the mute cosmos, at its dark spaces and monotonous drama, or the one that besets man exchanging glances with his fellow man in silence?” – Rabbi Joseph B SoloveitchikIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is the nature of man in relation to G-d and the cosmos?How can we apply the Adam I & Adam II tautology to our lives?Why did The Bible give us two accounts of the creation of man?Where does Adam II find an end to loneliness?Who continues Adam I's work into the future?When does Adam I and Adam II live?Mentioned Resources:The Lonely Man of Faith can be purchased hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 019: The Stories We Tell OurselvesWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about stories! We look at how the stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, affect our lives. We also begin to talk about changing our stories.“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you” - Maya AngelouIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is a story “glow worm”?How do our past stories affect our future stories?Why do we need to tell ourselves stories?Where did Narrative Therapy develop?Who gives meaning to the events in our lives?When can we start to change our stories?Mentioned Resources:You can learn more about Narrative Therapy hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Season 02 Trailer

TMWT Season 02 Trailer

2019-10-2800:01:58

TMWT Season 02 Trailer! Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.This week we announce when Season 02 will be starting, and include a special birthday message!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Update 09/18/2019

TMWT Update 09/18/2019

2019-09-1800:01:05

A quick update on the upcoming season. Yes, there will be a Season 02!If you want to reach out with a question or a topic you would like to hear Tzvi's thoughts on, contact us at:thoughtfulmindodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Support the show
TMWT Episode 018 – Letting Go of ResentmentWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we talk about letting go of resentment; why resentment is bad for your health, how to live until 104, and why you should stop drinking poison.“I am not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become.” - Carl JungIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is resentment?How does resentment harm me?Why do I hold on to my resentment? Where can I go for help in dealing with resentment?Who gains from forgiveness?When will my resentment go away?Mentioned Resources:An excelent article on letting go can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 017 - Q&A

TMWT Episode 017 - Q&A

2019-07-1000:27:17

TMWT Episode 017 - Q&AWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we answer your questions, and talk about pirate ships, Joe Camel, and simplification.“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do.” - Mark TwainIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What did pirate crews know that we didn't?How electronic cigarettes harm your healthWhy does social media make politics more divisive? Where do personal values and social media interact?Who gains in a dominance hierarchy? When is it safe to start using vapes?Mentioned Resources:The NEJM article about cancer rates can be found hereYou can read about the Surgeon General's warning concening second hand vapor hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 016 – The Importance of AcceptanceWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we learn how acceptance is the beginning of the answer to all of our problems. We explore different types of acceptance, and how to grow the acceptance skill.“Acceptance is the answer to all of my problems today.” Dr. Paul OIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is acceptance?How do we get better at acceptance?Why does acceptance have to come before change?Where does acceptance hurt us?Who do we need to accept as they are?When can acceptance help us change ourselves and others?Mentioned Resources:The story Acceptance was the Answer can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 015 – Why Won't You Change?Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we find out why you are having such a hard time making change in your life. We explore ambivalence, motivation, the mental tug of war, and Benjamin Franklin's chart.“If you want something you never had, you have to do something you've never done.”In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What gets in the way of positive life change?How do we best explore our own motivations?Why do our brain patterns conspire against us?Where do we need to focus our mental energy to create change?Who hurts us when they try to help us?When is a little more than a lot?Mentioned Resources:More about Benjamin Franklin's chart can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 014 – Living with Depression Part 02: Yosef Zeldman InterviewWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we interview Yosef Zeldman, a young man who has lived with, and recovered from, depression. He tells us what it feels like to live with depression, how he combated depression, and what steps someone living with depression can take.In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is the goal of therapy?How might addiction change someone's personality?Why are friends important?Where do emotions help us and hurt us?Who benefits from failure?When is it time to cut toxic people out of our lives?Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 013 – Living with Depression Part 01: Yosef Zeldman InterviewWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we interview Yosef Zeldman, a young man who has lived with, and recovered from, depression. He tells us what it feels like to live with depression, how he combated depression, and what steps someone living with depression can take.In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What causes depression?How does your brain sabotage itself?Why do anti-depressants sometimes hurt before they help?Where might someone turn to when they are depressed?Who is at risk for suicidal thoughts, and what can be done about them?When does sadness or anxiety turn in to depression?Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 012: Addiction Part 2 – A StoryWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we find life lessons in the amazing story of Alcoholics Anonymous. We learn about spreading good when you're down and out, the reaches of your positivity, and hear an engaging story to boot.““To me these occurrences are Phenomena. They appear to be in the nature of huge emotional displacements and rearrangements. Ideas, emotions, and attitudes which were once the guiding forces of the lives of these men are suddenly cast to one side, and a completely new set of conceptions and motives begin to dominate them.” - Dr. Carl JungIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What lead to the creation of Alcoholics Anonymous?How did Bill W., Dr. Bob, and others keep from drinking?Why does sharing your own story help others?Where did the fundamental ideas of AA come from?Who is helped when we help others?When did AA start?Mentioned Resources:The painting, "The Man in the Bed", can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 011: Shut Down Your Inner CriticWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we expose, address, and silence your inner critic. We explore different forms the inner critic can take, and what techniques help us deal with the inner critic.“If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present.” - Lao TzuIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What purpose does the inner critic serve?How could your past feed the inner critic?Why doesn't ignoring the inner critic work?Where does the inner critic come from?Who can we turn to for help when dealing with the inner critic?When is the inner critic helpful?Mentioned Resources:The article from Psychology Today mentioned in the episode can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 010: Addiction Part 1Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we answer a voicemail question about addiction and externalization, explore the basis of 12 Step Programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, and discuss the disease model of addition. We also talk about our first giveaway.“Many of us felt that we had plenty of character. There was a tremendous urge to cease forever. Yet we found it impossible. This is the baffling feature of alcoholism as we know it – this utter inability to leave it alone, no matter how great the necessity or the wish.” - The Big Book of Alcoholics AnonymousIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is the reason the medical field views addiction as a disease?How Tzvi changed his professional opinion regarding 12 Step ProgramsWhy does Externalization reveal a person's inner light?Where might willpower end addiction?Who is responsible for an addict's recovery?When would an abstinence or moderation model work best?Mentioned Resources:A more in depth article about abstinence vs. moderation can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 008 – You Are Not the Problem: ExternalizationWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we talk about a way to kick your problems out of your head, take back control, and rebuild your relationship with your struggles. We are going to use Externalization, a powerful technique used to create distance from ourselves and our problems.“To me, Externalization is the foundational concept and skill out of which all else in Narrative practice emerges” – Walter BeraIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What can I see once I've created distance betwen me and my problems?How are my problems helping me?Why would I want distance between my problems and myself?Where might Externalization help me?Who is holding me back?When can I kick my problems to the curb?Mentioned Resources:A more in depth article about Externalization can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:Websitethoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you!Support the show
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