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Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown take a quiz about social confidence which prompts an authentic conversation about what can hold one back from attending social events and steps one could take to try and reframe their approach and find more confidence."If you’re resisting getting back out there, take our test to find out the mindset tweak you need to reconnect with the joy of socializing."Test: What’s undermining your social confidence? Link to quiz on pyschologies.co.uk
Do That Well: Toxic Traits

Do That Well: Toxic Traits

2022-07-2101:04:42

Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown explore Toxic Traits in this episode of Do That Well. They discuss some common toxic traits and how to spot them in yourself and others as well what to do once you've identified toxic behavior.Articles mentioned: https://www.betterup.com/blog/toxic-traits?hs_amp=true#threehttps://www.boredpanda.com/people-confess-toxic-traits-possess/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic
Do That Well: Biz Talk

Do That Well: Biz Talk

2022-06-2355:01

Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown tackle questions one may find themselves asking when thinking about whether or not to start their own business. Through the conversation Karen opens up about some of her own wins and opportunities as an entrepreneur and shares her insights on 12 important principles about owning a business.
Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown take a look at the nuance between being an empath, displaying empathy, and acting with sympathy in this episode of Do That Well. They discuss how they personally relate to these things while creating more understanding between them through analogies and examples.Articles Mentioned:https://mrsmindfulness.com/four-attributes-of-empathy-brene-brown/https://drjudithorloff.com/quizzes/empath-self-assessment-test/
In part two of a two part series, Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown continue their conversation about Emotional Intelligence, also known as the Emotion Quotient. In this episode they discuss 3 more pillars of EQ and focus on how EQ is a muscle that can be flexed and grown. This is a topic that is truly for everyone!Link to the article: positivepyschology.com
In the first part of a two part series, Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown have an honest conversation about Emotional Intelligence also known as the Emotion Quotient. They explore two key components of EQ and reflect on examples from their own lives of this complex topic in the hopes of inspiring listeners to embark on their own EQ learning journey.Link to the article: positivepyschology.com
Next week we launch our 3.0 Do That Well!  In the meantime, enjoy another archive favourite of Brenda and Karen’s. Original air date:  Season 2 Episode 33In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about how everyone is prone to gossip in some measure, tools on how to pivot from gossip, and why it's a good idea to avoid it all together.  They also talk about the most common reasons for wanting to gossip; and share their personal confessions and experiences with gossip.
In two weeks we launch Do That Well 3.0!  Enjoy one of Brenda's most favorite archived episodesOriginal air date:  Season 2. Episode 37In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about how our perceptions can cloud our lens.  How you perceive your reality can alter your experience with the people and events around you; and the conversations and feedback you hear.  Most importantly, perceptions can cloud the view you have yourself.
Three more weeks!  Do That Well 3.0 is soon to arrive! In the meantime, please enjoy another one of our favourite archived episodes.Original air date:  Season 2 Episode 4In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the importance of patting yourself on the back when you show progress with your goals.  Do you find time to reward yourself on a weekly basis?  If not, why not?
We're getting closer to our new launch!  Enjoy Brenda and Karen’s most favorite archived episodes while they take a moment to revamp.  Original air date:  Season 2. Episode .40In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about text message etiquette.  How long should a text be?  When can you use ALL CAPS?  Does sarcasm work over texting? These are some of the questions they explore. Brenda and Karen draw insights from "The 18 Unwritten Rules of Texting You Should Know"
One more month before we launch our 3.0 Do That Well!  In the meantime, enjoy another archive favourite of Brenda and Karen’s.Original air date:  Season 2 Episode 3In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about strengthening your positive inner voice. Do you have an inner critic? They talk about how to take negative self talk and turn it into positive self talk.
Something new is on the horizon!  Enjoy Brenda and Karen’s most favorite archived episodes while they take a moment to revamp.  Original air date:  Season 2. Episode 38.In this week's episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall discuss why they are saying No to Gaslighting. They explore what Gaslighting is, and its' roots. How to identify if you are being gaslit, and some potential ways you can get out of it.  They also explore why gaslighting can be an easy thing for one to fall into, and how awareness is crucial in the fight against Gaslighting.Main article referred to in episode: https://www.vox.com/first-person/2018/12/19/18140830/gaslighting-relationships-politics-explained
Something new is on the horizon!  Enjoy Brenda and Karen’s most favorite archived episodes while they take a moment to revamp.  Original air date:  Season 1 Episode 6Brenda and Karen talk about Forgiveness and how important it is when pursuing your dreams.  This action is a powerful tool to allow you let go and follow your passion.
Something new is on the horizon!  Enjoy Brenda and Karen’s most favorite archived episodes while they take a moment to revamp.  Original air date:  Season 1 Episode 20In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall discuss how to be bold and self-promote.  How do you convey the pride you have in your work and life, without sounding arrogant? 
Prompted by International Women's Day, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall have an exploratory conversation about what it means to have Feminine Strength. They draw on their own experiences and begin to formulate a definition of feminine strength and how all humans can embrace it.This episode is intended for everyone regardless of identity.  International Women's Day was a catalyst for this conversation, and for me, women includes anyone who so chooses to identify as such. But femininity resides in us all.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about the "triple crown" actor, producer and activist, Viola Davis.  They explore her story, her accomplishments and her profound impact on the performing arts community, women all over the world, and her fans.
Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall continue to celebrate Black History Month while exploring the life of the late André Leon Talley. Brenda takes the lead to share why she feels Talley was such an influential human and both discuss the lessons we can all take away from Talley's life.
It's Black History Month! Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall have a candid conversation about why they feel Black History Month is important and why it's essential to be curious about our history. They explore their own knowledge of this celebration as well as their learnings in their commitment to continue their education when it comes to Black history.
Happy New Year! This week on Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall pay homage to Lunar New Year/Chinese New Year by sharing some of their learnings about this special holiday which is celebrated world wide. Listen in as they chat about some of the traditions of Lunar New Year and make new discoveries about how they currently view goal setting.
In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall explore the topic of Emotional Eating.  What is it?  Is food always associated with emotions?  What emotions do you experience around food?  Psychology Today has an online test that they draw their thoughts from.If you'd like to take the test, Emotional Eating Test.
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