DrBCoach.ComMindset for Life Podcast
What does it mean to “be the best version of yourself” in today’s world? The answers might surprise you, because they all start in the mindsets we embrace. Mindset for Life is a podcast from DrBCoach.Com where we explore thinking, attitudes, and habits that lead to how we behave and who we become.
Mindset for Life is hosted by Bethanie Hansen, on the journey to live as a better version of herself more each day–just like you.
This week, I’ll discuss being an exceptional manager. These ideas are inspired by Conscious Business and The Outward Mindset.
Personal growth and development can take time. In many ways, it’s like planting seeds and waiting for the grass to grow. Patience leads to this growth.
The sense of being “stuck” can be challenging and sometimes ambiguous. In today’s podcast, I’ll address two inventories that can open the door to stop feeling stalled.
Saying goodbye, memorializing endings, and finding possibilities in unusual circumstances is challenging. It might involve grief, disappointment, and loneliness.
Feeling stressed out? You might be experiencing higher level of stress than you realize. This podcast will give you solid ideas to manage stress and relax.
In today’s podcast, I’ll share how to stop reacting, then slow down and respond with intention to a difficult person at work.
Creativity is within us all. It can be enhanced, practiced, and developed. Creativity leads to possibilities and solutions, with 7 key concepts shared in this podcast.
Why we need to work at staying connected socially, whether we are introverted or extroverted. Although we might be social distancing during COVID-19, we need each other. Here are some wonderful tips!
During the uncertain times of COVID-19, daily habits can be comforting and reassuring. Habits can provide structure throughout the day and week, as we make small changes that lead to big results over time.
Expecting can be wonderful when we get what we want. But, what about unmet expectations when things do not go as planned?
Stress takes a big toll on your body and overall wellbeing. It can affect your sleep, lead to emotional eating, inhibit digestion, raise blood pressure and heart rate. Six ways to reduce stress include slow breathing, body scan, visualization, music listening, exercise, and chewing gum. The most important way to address stress in life is through mindset, to consider seeing things in new ways to find benefits over stressors.
In good times and in times of challenge and hardship, you have a choice. And I have a choice. Every human being has the availability of being able to choose.
This choice is about how we look at things and how we look at people.
So, today we are going to talk about the mindset of lack and abundance, why we should care about it, how to do it. And we’ll take it from there.
This choice is about how we look at things and how we look at people. It can really be anything.
Ourselves: maybe it’s our abilities, our personality, our body, our appearance.
It can be the other people in our lives. Maybe it’s a brother or sister, or our husband or wife. Our child. A neighbor. Someone we work with. Someone we know about and see in the news or on the Internet that we don’t actually know.
We have a choice about how we look at our circumstances. The house we live in. Our transportation or the car we drive. How much money we make or the kind of work we do every day.
The choice comes down to the way we decide to see people, and circumstances, and ourselves.
We can either see these as abundant or we can see them as lacking.
This mindset or this perception of abundance and lack is sort of what we might consider two directions, or two opposite orientations about our thinking.
Becoming the best version of yourself is improving each area of your life and operating intentionally from the higher brain; a journey of self-mastery.
#19: What does it mean to be “in the box” or “out of the box”? An exploration of the outward mindset
This podcast explores the ideas of being “in the box” and “out of the box,” or, inward and outward mindsets.
Life is full of “defining moments,” and you might be in one right now. Situations come and go that can shape us and allow character to become visible. In today’s podcast, I share some thoughts about defining moments and three tips to help you determine how to approach situations so they can become positive jumping off points for the future.
You may have heard of Music Therapy, and it is a growing, reputable profession. But, what is Music Coaching? It’s not about teaching you to play an instrument or sing. Instead, it is about intentionally choosing music to enhance your thinking or your mood. Some areas I’ll introduce in this week’s podcast are about tempo, lyrics, and style. Music is powerful, and it can be a tool for growth.
In today’s podcast, we will look at limiting beliefs–those ideas we have that limit our success. We all have thoughts about our abilities, permission, and the way things are. But do we know whether these thoughts are keeping us from reaching our goals? First, we will explore typical ideas that can limit us. Then, we will consider how to question those thoughts.
In today’s podcast, we’ll explore power–also known as mastery–a critical part of self-growth and development. You’ll learn about power and why it’s a good thing, and some ways to focus on growing in this area.
Impostor Phenomenon was identified as early as 1985 and seems to impact a majority of achieving, successful people. You’re not alone if you worry or feel anxiety about your efforts. In today’s podcast, I share tips to work through this and other ideas about Impostor Phenomenon.
In today’s podcast, I’ll share four tips about how to become powerful in your own life by the way you make commitments and set goals. The most important thing you’ll learn today is how to identify thoughts your brain will throw at you, trying to maintain your status quo.
Gratitude can boost health, improve sleep, and promote a happy mood. Listen for ideas about this topic and tips to make it a habit.
Many people think they lack direction, or wonder what their direction and purpose should be. Yet the answers are within, and readily accessible. In today’s podcast, I’ll share a simple idea about how to find your clear direction to this point and gain some joy in the process.
Here are 10 amazing hacks to help you lose weight and keep it off-from one who has lived the journey of losing 95 lbs. and keeping it off.
Resilience, Agility, and Emotional Agility Help Us “Bounce Back,” Stay Competitive, and Live Intentionally.
Have you ever felt like you were experiencing a “storm” in someone else? It’s that time of year, when we tend to experience challenging people. Or…. are we the challenging one? Either way, its a great idea to think about mindset to improve our relationships and overall experience.
Give the best gift ever: be present. See and hear others, and immediately improve all of your relationships.
Perfectionism can stop progress and keep good people from becoming truly great. Although we might all experience it on the path to achieving a challenging goal, recognizing and defeating perfectionism the key to confidence and action.
Today, we look at the innter voice inside our heads that is busy developing mindset. It’s the “chatterbox.” Your inner critic or inner voice. Sometimes it is helpful protecting, calming, and comforting you. But, sometimes it tries to keep you from moving outside your comfort zone. Join me in the Podcast for two strategies to calm your chatterbox.
Mindset is our assumed beliefs, worldview, and unconscious thinking. It frames our experiences in life. Mindset is the key factor in life satisfaction and success, and it can make all the difference in changing. If you want permanent life changes, this is a good place to start.
It seems there are times when we should say no to extra work, opportunities, or requests others have of us. Yet, it can be incredibly difficult to say no. Today’s podcast offers tips about saying no when needed to regain control and choose more carefully when to help, and when to focus on our own plans.
This week on the Podcast, I share ideas about ways in which we lead others, whether we know it or not. Knowing we lead wherever we go can help us consider greater meaning in what we do.