Allowing kids to feel bad is good for them: Podcast ep. 39 now released

We don’t want to see our kids hurting. We certainly don’t want to be the cause of their pain or the object of their hatred. This is the fear that keeps parents and teachers from showing their disappointment, anger, or indignation to kids, instead attempting to explain things to them in a gentler way with no expression of how their actions have made us feel.

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Make a mindset breakthrough: Podcast ep. 35 now released

It’s not about effort. It’s about mindset. We’re already working hard. Our ideas make sense, else we wouldn’t be doing them. What most of us need—and are missing—is a breakthrough in our thinking. Yet that breakthrough at first won’t make sense…

Want to know more? Listen to mindset coach Jarrod Haning, as he and Matthew discuss the following and much more in this interview full of powerful ideas leading toward that breakthrough shift:

-life coach vs. performance coach
-attitude vs. mindset
-music and your brain
-why to-do lists slow you down (“You are the assistant.”)
-How is stage fright related to business success?
-personality tests vs. the MindScan (and how the former are dangerous)
-how to uncover thinking blindspots
-Operating in your “clumsy” vs. your “genius”
-how to arrange your day around your “zone of genius”
-mindset “pushups”
-Thinking Patterns of Success
-Jarrod’s unusual personal accomplishments

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Meaning behind the manners: Podcast ep. 34 now released

Does good etiquette lead to self-esteem? Or is etiquette just a social convention imposed upon us and a show put on for others?


Learn the “meaning behind the manners,” as Nita Patel distinguishes traditional and modern etiquette, defining the latter as “where outer actions and your inner awareness come together to achieve your best self.”

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Boulton from Boulton podcast, ep. 13: Second-round stories, modern spoiler etiquette, & Dale Hawerchuk

The boys reminisce about Dale Hawerchuk in the era of Gretzky, Lemieux, and the uber-competitive Smythe division, as Josh also shares a personal encounter with the man himself. They then share their irritation with some poor spoiler behavior and the lack of spoiler prevention with On Demand services after discussing all four second-round series.

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