THE SOUND OF YOU

THE SOUND OF YOU

Our current virtualized everyday life is becoming saturated with toxic levels of inauthenticity that we are forced to ingest. We live in a noisy world and if we accept it, we become part of the noise… we become mediocre out of fear of being different. This affects our emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual state. The Sound of You is about unlearning what's not working, course correct, and learn that it’s OK to honor and liberate our uniqueness! When we are authentic, we create the conditions for cohesion in our cultures and society at large.

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May 16, 2022 42 min

You Are Here to Understand, Honor, and Liberate Your Uniqueness!

Today's lessons come from Irina Prokofieva!

 

She is a Certified Transformational Coach, Business Mentor and Human Design Expert.  She specializes in supporting women on a journey of deep self-discovery, self-reclamation and self-empowerment, using a unique combination of powerful energy and mind-body tools, including Human Design, Gene Keys, Neurolinguistic Prog...

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You Are Here to Understand, Honor, and Liberate Your Uniqueness!

'It's one thing to be aware of childhood wounds, it's another thing to have healed them... and it's another thing to see how they show up in your relationship to your children." - Mark Guay

 

Mark is a transformational coach, speaker, and full-time dad. He believes in the untethered ability to manifest our unlimited potential and works with leaders...

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October 20, 2021 36 min

Shonte Jovan Taylor is a neuroscientist, potentialist, and brave-minded leader who wants to do things differently. She knows that we need to do something at a much deeper level to shift from the old way of thinking to new and innovative ways of reaching higher levels.

“It is only when we are operating at our highest levels that our missions become aligned.  The understanding of the brain allows us to be highly productive, focused,...
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“We don’t work in a production line any more for the most part, and I don’t think in the current workplaces that we have, this nine to five, Monday to Friday, is the way that it should work. I don’t think it does work… largely, we have moved away from like production work, industrial work, to more creative work…. even tech work is very creative work. To me creativity means space. You can’t schedule creativity.” - Anantadev

 

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July 14, 2020 40 min

“In the infancy stage of development, boys have more emotional reactivity than girls. Once a boy gets around the teenage years… almost every westernized man, have some story in their life where they’ve been deeply shamed for expressing emotions. Men were shamed around sadness, but women were shamed just as much, typically around anger, … clean anger is hard for anyone to express." – Mark Guay

Mark Guay is a meditation teacher a...

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“Mindfulness in some way is cultivating our attention, our way of being, that can be a doorway to our own emotional lives, and then our emotional lives can be a doorway to cultivating our leadership ability and toward the possibility of creating great cultures…positive, healing cultures.” – Marc Lesser

Marc Lesser is a speaker, facilitator, workshop leader, and executive coach. He is known for his engaging, experiential presentatio...

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“The manner in which we observe determines what we observe. But ... how aware are we of how we observe and how we can change that? The only place we can observe from is our Way of Being, which is where our perceptions and attitudes live, many of which are deep-seated and out-of-awareness.”– Alan Sieler

Alan is the Director of Newfield Institute. He has designed a world-leading in-depth, comprehensive and internationally accredited ...

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“The secret to inspiring accountability and engagement starts with asking:

  • What makes us human?
  • What drives us toward or away from tasks?
  • What inspires us to give our best?
  • What motivates us to shut down?
  • What, exactly, determines our happiness and fulfillment at work?
  • We begin in the brain, where all experience and engagement begins!” – Elaina Noell

    Elaina helps organizations design cultures that increase employee engagement, producti...

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    "The black and white world is easy… life is a thousand shades of gray!

    When we feel fear, anxiety, or an urgent need to act, our natural reaction is often to go straight to the head to figure out what to do. We look for a way to make everything alright, to find a solution, or to find a way out of what is happening. Unfortunately, this approach usually leads to more stress and anxiety rather than effective response." - Alan ...

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    “Transformation is a shift in vibrational frequency or pattern…

    Our biggest assignment in this life is to pay attention, so that we constantly are expanding our awareness…

    The future belongs to those who can listen to it, follow it, to where it’s asking us to go, to recognize that there is something that is wanting to happen…

    The intuitive mind is the larger mind, the intellect is just a small part of that large intuitive mind…” – ...

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    Alan Sieler has more than twenty-four years’ experience as an executive coach, coach-trainer and organisational consultant. Recognised as the world’s leading authority on Ontological Coaching, Alan has written extensively about Ontological Coaching. In addition to this book, his other publications are Volumes I, II and III of Coaching to the Human Soul, as well chapters he has contributed to The Complete Handbook of Coaching (three...

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    Anantadev is a wisdom teacher, personal development coach and thought leader in the field of inner transformation. He also serves as a Bay Area CEO at the forefront of social change philanthropy.

    In response to a deep spiritual calling Anantadev dedicated himself to a life of spiritual pursuit becoming a monk in his late teens. He spent the next decade immersed in practices of inner-development, meditation, service and the cultivat...

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    Ruchi Puri is a doctor and a wise global nomad. She believes that ‘Our journey in life comes with “homework” and it can take a lifetime of learning to complete. The assignments start showing up in all sorts of life circumstances. Some are pleasant surprises and others knock us off course. When we get off course in the form of illness, anxiety, depression, soothing ourselves with addictive habits, a loss of heart, a sense of helples...

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    Alan Sieler has more than twenty-four years’ experience as an executive coach, coach-trainer and organisational consultant. Recognised as the world’s leading authority on Ontological Coaching, Alan has written extensively about Ontological Coaching. In addition to this book, his other publications are Volumes I, II and III of Coaching to the Human Soul, as well chapters he has contributed to The Complete Handbook of Coaching (three...

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    Senia Maymin, Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford, is a consultant and executive coach whose clients include Google, Intel, and VMware. Maymin runs a coaching network that provides coaching for upwards of 30 managers at a time to large technology companies in the Bay area. When entrepreneurs and executives seek far-reaching productivity improvements, they call on Maymin as an executive coach and workshop leader.

    Maymin ...

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    This is a true story inspired by my friends Michelle Martone & Ruchi Puri. Moving, heartbreaking, uncomfortable, eye opening, inspiring! It’s also an ontological conversation about us – humans, facing the current environmental crisis.

    Michelle Martone has been practicing and studying the teachings of Yoga since 2003. She received a Doctoral degree and formal training in the intricate anatomy and physiology of the body and mind....

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    Justine Burt is a climate optimist who focuses on replicating and scaling projects for transformational change. 

    Her book, The Great Pivot, describes 30 sustainability projects in five areas – advanced energy communities, low-carbon mobility, the circular economy, food waste reduction, and nature restoration – these projects are about creating new and meaningful jobs. 

    Justine has a solid plan on how to create these jobs, but she c...

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    Abri Holden specializes in individual and organizational transformation at the crossroads of mindfulness and leadership. She has worked as a leadership consultant and coach by designing, facilitating, and managing global learning experiences for leaders across the globe.

    Abri currently works at Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI), a mindfulness non-profit born at Google and based on neuroscience. As a teacher and co...

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    Catherine Sherlock helps people and businesses explore their potential and possibilities and break through to greater levels of inner power, awareness, emotional resilience and energy.    After her Master’s, Catherine worked as an environmental and sustainability consultant. She served all levels of government, businesses large to small, non-profits and other agencies. Her work encompassed a wide range of areas from organizational ...

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    Connie Larkin is her own words:

    I love anything that has to do with using my own thinking, and I am fascinated with the freedom to be. Fortunatelly, one day I met an education that 'opened the door' and I got to know my own thinking and I got free.

    The great thing I found out is that educating myself depends on me alone.

    This extraordinary education is called 'ontological' and its results are seen instantaneously; i...

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