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Branding Your Dreams!

Branding Your Dreams!

2023-09-2701:05:56

I had the amazing opportunity to meet with Doreah (Dor-ray-uh) Dean. Doreah is a delightful, energetic brand strategist who continues to empower clients and friends to define their dreams and identify their purpose in all that they do. We had a dynamic conversation about faith, purpose, and hearing God. Doreah is thoughtful, meticulous, and full of analytical skills that have inspired me to reach beyond what I have and connect with what is available to me. Often, we meet people whose depth is far beyond our experience. Doreah is that person. She has navigated "Hollywood" and stepped out to do "Kingdom" business. Doreah is an excellent example of a person who continues to thrive by listening to what God would have her do and following His path. God empowers her to have the BEST strategic plan just for her.  We talked about so much! Give this episode a listen. Take some time to define your brand and understand that you just need to identify where you are so that you can talk about where you want to go.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback with resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Book CornerExpect a Miracle, by Oral RobertsWebsite: doreahdean.comInstagram: doreahdeanFacebook: Doreah DeanEmail: doreahdean@gmail.comFounder: URLVDclothing
Feeling Disconnected

Feeling Disconnected

2023-09-1318:15

Sometimes we feel disconnected. Our disconnection can be a result of frustration, exhaustion, and discontentment. We need to learn the lesson that we are taught when receiving airline instructions from the flight attendants. We need to put the oxygen mask on ourselves before we can put it on others. We need to take care of ourselves. We need to keep our focus to stay attached to our dreams. We can never stop believing. This episode is one that you can share with others. A great reminder of the simple process that keeps us connected to our energy and plans that make a difference in our lives. Make it normal to stay connected to your dreams and visions.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
FIRST WORDS MATTER!

FIRST WORDS MATTER!

2023-09-0720:32

 We have to remember that FIRST WORDS MATTER. In most situations, if not all. What we begin saying about a situation is what we believe. There have been many situations that I have dealt with that were serious. I have dealt with doctor's reports on my health, issues in my relationships, and circumstances in my workplace. In all these situations, I came to learn that what I said about the situation became what I believed. In this episode, I cover reminders that give you a guide to take the time that you need to review situations and get your perspective and position time to develop what you want to happen. Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Forgiving a Debt

Forgiving a Debt

2023-08-3020:56

We've all been there. We have been lenders to friends or family that were in need of money. In this episode, we talk about key guidelines that help you understand what you are doing, when you will be paid back, and why the money that you lend should be money that you may never see again. Money is often the foundation of hurt, misunderstandings, and foolishness in many relationships. We can build trust in relationships when dealing with money, because we know that the relationship is more important than the money. We have to learn how to forgive others who do not repay loans or take advantage of the money given to them. Forgiveness is always more important for us than it is for others. We have to forgive ourselves first. Never let unforgiveness live in your heart. Our lives are so full of light that we cannot allow this darkness in. Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Today we will talk about disappointment. Disappointment is real. We can be disappointed in people, places, and things. We can not allow disappointment to find its place in our hearts and distract us from the vision that God has given us. As Christians, we believe that God created us in His image and has a plan and purpose for our lives. We talk about the story of Elijah and how he was in God's perfect will but encountered disappointment as he followed God's instructions. Are you disappointed with how things turned out in an area of your life? You are not alone. Listen in and find three key things to remember so that disappointment doesn't create bitterness but does create resilience.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Women Empowering Women

Women Empowering Women

2023-08-0949:11

Great conversation with my educated friend, Tricia Beck. Tricia is a teacher with more than 30 years of experience. She is a natural teacher who brings so much good energy to the conversation about learning. Her passion for helping others developed from her conversations with her mentor, Paul. Paul asked about her future and ignited a desire for Tricia to accomplish all that was in her heart. Tricia has written novels that speak to the process of mentoring and coaching. All of our relationships develop our character. What are you working on? Tricia talked about her desire to empower women and the connection that will grow you on the path to a grateful and blessed life. This is a great book, a foundation for helping you identify where you are, and stories that give you support as you develop your story. Listen in. You can never be too educated to learn about yourselfThanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Living Book CornerMentoring Lifts and Inspires: Women Empowering WomenYour Passions, Your Voice: Communicate To Be HeardWebsite:Beckleadership.com. 
What Do You Look Like?

What Do You Look Like?

2023-08-0216:44

I have had this topic on my mind for so many years. My husband and his amazing genes are all around me. All of my children look like him. I have dealt with this for so many years. In my frustration, I prayed to God to let me know why He allowed my kids to look like him. He answered me and told me they looked like both of us. Every internal organ looks just like me! So they are combination children. The outside looks like their Dad and I have their organs covered. There is a bigger conversation that is available. What do you look like? Not just in appearances, but in values, kindness, and mannerisms? It is a great question. Who are you following? What do people see when they notice what you bring into the world? Take a look, take a listen—this is food for thought. Keep thinking! Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Please share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
The Influence of Ebony

The Influence of Ebony

2023-07-1945:40

We had a good time. I would highly recommend listening to Ebony Whitaker. Sometimes you meet people that inspire you to do more for you. As Ebony talks you see how her words follow her actions. She is an original that continues to develop who she is - not based on the trends or the social media persona. Ebony has cultivated the example that her mother showed her. Ebony is an original template that holds and operates in the beauty of Self Love. Wisdom is her key and she loves people! Ebony is a fashionista and a contact creator who is inspiring women over 40. Ebony is a curator of a vintage boutique and continues to be Fashion Forward on a budget. It is important to show up and look like you are meant to be there.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastEbony's Instagram:@Effortlessly.Ebony
The Love "Byrds"

The Love "Byrds"

2023-07-1201:02:13

Great conversation with Derrick & Kendra Byrd. Such an amazing couple! I love talking to them about their love story, the individual growth they had when they broke up - for 2 years, and the reconciliation that created the union that they have now. These LoveByrds have a counselor's heart with the purpose to coach couples. The thread in all that they do is Faith and the purpose of all they will create is founded in Love. Derrick's instruction to you... "Keep Hope and Trust God - even when things don't look like they are going well". Kendra's instruction..."Be Intentional in all you do and keep dreaming! You can hold out for your fairy tale". This was a fun conversation! Listen in with a heart full of love and hope that makes every situation wonderful!Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Book Corner:Lady in Waiting by Jackie Kendall & Debby Jones 5 Love Languages - By Gary Chapman Podcast:The Males Perspective Instagram @lovelybyrdsWebsite: www.lovelybyrds.com
Preparation

Preparation

2023-07-0522:11

Today we will be talking about Preparation - being ready, and planning for the good or the not-so-good. We are all prepared. Our character is developed by the time we are 5 years old. Parents spend the majority of their time reminding children of who they are. We are prepared with the "how" to do things; it is just the application of the "when" that makes the difference. Often we see preparation when we get to the results of the situations that we overcome. I shared many examples of preparation that I didn't even know that I was developing. Every story matters and the preparation of your heart is key to success. It never matters what you feel, it only matters what you believe. I believe you have what you need and your perspective of success makes all the difference. Share your story with us. What have you gone through? Were you prepared? Did you know that you were? Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Underdog

Underdog

2023-06-2113:08

I listened to Alicia Keys' song "Underdog '' recently and I thought about all of those that are identified as an underdog and how fortunate they are. The underdog is the person that is not counted in the fight to win' yet they are winning all the time. There are people who are working and doing the work that fulfilled their purpose, their heart. How awesome to be working in the position or with the environment that you would like to work in and make a difference. I will always vote and cheer for the underdog - they are not under anything. They are on top of their purpose and most of the time following their dreams. A dream that is in their heart - that they will chase until they achieve it. The biggest gift you can give someone else is to be seen. We see you underdogs and we believe what we see. Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
We love our children. We should love them enough for them to have a relationship with the God that created them. Our children learn how to live based on how they witness our lives. It was important to our family to teach the children that their first relationship should be with God. God will never leave them and when the time comes that they need help beyond your hands - they will be able to rely on God. Listen in to my beliefs, my thoughts and my understanding.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Two Words. Two different expressions of our emotions. Anticipation is the action of expecting something. Procrastination is the act of delaying something that must be done. I examine situations in which I have felt both of these emotions. I work to remain in the "moment" after my Anticipation meets reality. I also keep my focus to get through the hard work being done when I am dealing with Procrastination. We have all experienced these emotions one time or another. Let this episode remind you of your posture in the midst of these two emotions.Thanks for listening.If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast What are your resilience stories? 
Do You Need A Budget?

Do You Need A Budget?

2023-05-1723:27

Yes, you guessed it. We are going to talk about Money. This episode talks about my relationship with money and the resiliency to apply what I have learned. My childhood was one where all of my basic needs were met. I developed a love of saving money when I was young. I learned about money as I began struggling as I started adulting.I had a lot to learn. Listen in and take notes.We talk about 3 questions that we need to answer:#1 Do I have money available for an emergency?#2 Do I have the self-discipline to manage the money I have?#3 Do I have a plan for my future with money?I invite you to reach out and share your money stories. Let the conversation continue. Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Book CornerRich Dad, Poor DadRobert Kiyosaki
Living in the Moment

Living in the Moment

2023-05-1015:00

I thought that it was only fair to talk about living in the moment. I have talked about celebrating life and burnout. In all the subjects that I have talked about, I have never talked about being in the moment to experience moments that become core memories. We can go through the motions in our life and many times we do. We navigate marriage, work and family as tasks to be done and not relationships that can make the difference. I will not bring my past into my present and try to plan my future. I will continue to work on living in the moment and being present in everything I do. I give a few points as to how I strive to live in the moment. What do you do to stay present?Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
Let's Celebrate!

Let's Celebrate!

2023-05-0319:21

I celebrated another birthday this past week. I had so much fun celebrating with rest and relaxation. It made me reflect on what my family has created as a lifestyle. We are a celebratory people. We love birthdays, anniversaries and any occasion that will allow us to celebrate. I have witnessed the effects of a positive environment and the impact of how celebrating others helps you see the good available. We have to enjoy the love around us. This life is so short, we need to make the most of everyday and every occasion to do and have more. Celebrate well. You are worth it!Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Book Corner8 Rules of Loveby Jay Shetty
Burnout

Burnout

2023-04-2617:08

I recently had an experience with Burnout. I needed to step away from my student life and gain a new focus and a new perspective. The break was necessary to renew my mind and refresh my energy to establish a new plan to continue. Burnout is physical, emotional, mental and spiritual exhaustion. Doing too much for too long. We should be doing what we love and experience a life full of joy. Have a listen to see how my break created the joy I needed. This show is about you - the listener and how you perceive the experiences you have. I am excited for you to get involved and share your story. I am excited to hear your visions, and your resilience stories... write to me and allow me to share your victories! Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living Podcast
I was happy to have my friend Amina Hochberg come into the studio to talk about the details that make a difference. One of Amina's goals for her 4 boys is to have homes for them that allow them to start at a higher level of stability and wealth. Amina shares her focus on analyzing, evaluating, and assessing situations around her with a "scientific" mind. Amina is passionate about our peace and serenity which is the foundation of our perspective. We don't need to get caught up in the HYPE around us. Amina learns lessons from history and relates to the simplicity of being a life-long learner.Amina likes science and the evidence that allows her to reinforce the truth that she knows. Amina's husband, Tim, always tells her "Control what you can control" - this truth is the truth. Listen in to see how Amina's perspective is rich in theory and builds on a foundation of love. This is the truth that we can all resonate with. We do better when we know better.Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastFacebook: Amina DeeInstagram: badass_care
Fun conversation with friends that have become family; Wes & Rachel Eisele. Wes & Rachel talk about when they met, their faith and the development of their relationship. Wes & Rachel will celebrate their 5-year wedding anniversary this year. Our conversation highlights some key personal decisions that led them to develop an amazing friendship that has blossomed to an inspiring relationship. They are young, they are wise, and their story is possible for all those that are looking for a relationship that is centered on more than the "idea" of the perfect person. It is important to live your values.  In this crazy world full of options - how awesome is it to find the person that allows you to be you. How you begin your relationship; will show you how you grow your relationship. You should date for the purpose of marriage. Rachel & Wes were not expecting to marry one another - but they were willing to establish their values in their relationship and grow from there. I appreciate their example and salute the love that they share. Love My EiselesThanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastInstagram:Rachel - mrsracheleiseleWes - wes_eisele
Mentorship or Not?

Mentorship or Not?

2023-03-3014:01

In today's culture we are encouraged to get a "mentor". A mentor is someone that can share the details that allow you to excel in something you want to do. It isn't necessary to have a mentor, but it can be beneficial. A mentor should develop a relationship with you that supports where you are and where you want to be. I encourage you to be a mentor and learn as a mentee. We should always want someone to grow beyond us. What do you think?This show is about you - the listener and how you perceive the experiences you have. I am excited for you to get involved and share your story. I am excited to hear your visions, and your resilience stories... write to me and allow me to share your victories! Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, the best compliment is a referral. Share with others and write us a review. We would love to connect with you! Share topics or feedback to: resilientlivingpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram - The Resilient Living PodcastResilient Book CornerMentoring 101John C Maxwell 
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