Everyday Mindfulness Show

Everyday Mindfulness Show

In each episode, dive into fun, thought-provoking, and engaging conversations on everyday mindfulness. With host and author Holly Duckworth. Join guests sharing their perspective on living with mindfulness in all aspects of life – from meditation to spirituality to personal passions to success and failure to politics to relationships and much more. Plus, listen in as special guests – including critically-acclaimed authors – are featured each month. Subscribe to Everyday Mindfulness Show.... Show More

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Breath is life! After 25 years in a health and fitness career, Rebecca Kordecki always felt along her journey that she was meant to do more in a different way. She was completely focused on working with people from outside in, through fitness and nutrition, but she felt that she was always meant to touch people from the inside out.  Her big “Aha” moment came when she discovered breath work three years ago and she realized that s... Read more

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Jim Spellos is the President of Meeting U., whose mission is to help people become more productive and comfortable with technology. Holly talks with him about the past ten years or so that they’ve known each other and how a health crisis helped Jim implement a routine of meditation, exercise and a new eating lifestyle. As mindfulness returned, he supported it with technology and apps that helped him find restaurants and places that... Read more

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“Grategy” = Gratitude Strategy Lisa Ryan, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), talks with Holly about making gratitude matter and how she turned a major bump in the road into a success strategy. One day, she woke up and by lunch, she found herself without a job. Fortunately she had implemented a gratitude practice about a year before her job left her. Not knowing what she was going to do, she asked herself what she could be... Read more

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"Intense love does not measure it just gives." - Mother TheresaHolly interviews Sandra E. Johnson, LCSW, and author of Flowers for the Living and Standing on Holy Ground: A Triumph over Hate Crime in the Deep South who joins Holly to discuss her latest release, The Mind-Body Peace Journal: 366 Mindful Prompts for Serenity and Clarity. The journal was born out of Sandra’s work at the South Carolina Correctional Department’s... Read more

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What would you like to create as your life and your living? In her first team interview, Holly joins Chutisa and Steven Bowman from Australia. This amazing couple have joined forces for the last forty-seven years, living and growing several businesses and their personal lives together. This duo speaks to honoring each other individually and together, as they have grown seven global businesses. They have worked together over a quar... Read more

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Intersection of Emotion and the Law Holly and Melody Kramer explore mindfulness in the legal realm through Melody's book, Lawyers Decoded: Essential Knowledge for Saving Money and Reducing Legal Hassle. Melody is trial lawyer, author, speaker, innovator and visionary who shares her experiences in the legal arena and how she continuously saw a lack of human connection and caring, and wanted to create change in relationships betw... Read more

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I am love, I am in my heart, I am listening. In this episode, Holly interviews Juha Riverhill, spiritual teacher from Finland. Juha's inspiration comes from a lifetime of difficulties, from being bullied as a child to a tumultuous divorce in his later years. out of the worst moment of his life. A difficult divorce, overwhelm of the aftermath and the whisper from his spirit guide, Cecelia, led him to channel/write his book, The ... Read more

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Leave the mind aside and dive into intuition and your own knowing! Holly has some fun with Doris Schachenhofer, international coach and speaker, as they translate thru a multi-language interview. Doris shares how she teaches others to find their intuition and really embrace and trust it. Doris talks about staying out of the mind and go with the first thing that comes in the present moment. Stop! Don't go any further. She shares... Read more

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Connection, Communication and Commitment! Holly talks with Jonathan Aslay about his new book What the Heck is Self Love. He touts belonging to the Self Love Club - there are t-shirts on Amazon! Known as America’s Leading Midlife Dating & Relationship Coach, Jonathon Aslay is a defender and protector of women’s hearts around the world. He helps women transform from attracting Mr. Wrong into finding their Mr. Right. The focus of ... Read more

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Stef creates a space of Divine Love and support for those who come to her for spiritual wisdom. She says that the most important thing for her is to get herself out of the way so that truth can come through.

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Cory Allen talks with Holly about his path to mindfulness through meditation and his new book: Now Is the Way: An Unconventional Approach to Modern Mindfulness

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Holly interviews Jean Marie DiGiovanna, President and CEO of Workshop University who shares her personal practice of creating mindfulness for her own life and helping companies become Renaissance Leaders™ who untap hidden talent and unlock ideas to create a Renaissance Culture™ that recognizes hidden talent, inspires original thinking and brings the heart & soul back into their organization.

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Ryan Godredson, PhD., has created a mindset assessment tool containing twenty questions to help people awaken to themselves by taking the assessment, offering the ability to label their mindsets and giving feedback on how to shift them.

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DrJud.com was created by Dr. Jud Brewer (MD PhD) and the team at MindSciences, based on his work in the field of habit change and the “science of self-mastery”, combining over 20 years of experience with mindfulness training and a career in scientific research. He is passionate about understanding how our brains work, and how to use that knowledge to help people make deep, permanent change in their lives — with the goal of reducing... Read more

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Mindfulness is more than "woo woo talk" each and everyday professionals are researching mindfulness and using it to be more present in each moment.  On this show, Holly talks to Harvard Medical School researcher, and clinical psychologist Inna Khazan, Ph.D. about her personal journey to find mindfulness, a few tools that can help you get biofeedback and compassion practice that will change how you approach your life.

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No matter where you are in the shit show you have the right to make your own stake in the ground you want to have happen now.

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If you feel like you've been stuck repeating the same problems over and over or lost in endless distraction, don't worry. That may just be a signal that it's time for you to embark on an exciting new path of self-evolution. Reflect taps into your unique human capacity for accessing meaning, presence and wisdom in 108 inspiring, affirming, and illuminating reflections. https://www.mindfulpractices.com/

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Becoming Unshakeable gives you a rare inside look into the life and transformation of a true seeker who rose above countless obstacles, learned from her failures, discovered her inner resilience, and uncovered the source of happiness. https://www.pattimontella.com/

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August 2, 2019 25 min

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