EPISODE 1 of 3
Understanding a Coach’s Role
EPISODE 2 of 3
Don’t Let Your Failures Define You: with Joe Theismann
EPISODE 3 of 3
EPISODE 1 of 3
Understanding a Coach’s Role
EPISODE 2 of 3
Don’t Let Your Failures Define You: with Joe Theismann
EPISODE 3 of 3
In 2007, Jimmy Walker founded a program for the homeless at St. Vincent de Paul in Phoenix called Never Give Up. The outreach is held every Monday morning and attracts approximately 500-600 homeless men and women. Being a philanthropist and being part of making a significant difference in a community is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my life. I am proud to participate in this program.
You see, in my three-plus decades of helping people become the best version of themselves, I have often seen how volunteerism and doing for others provides positive value to the volunteer. Being of service to others impacts self-esteem, enhances skills and capabilities, expands career paths, and provides healthy physical and mental outlet. Having an opportunity to see others in need also establishes a greater depth of gratitude.
My heart was filled when my friend sang boldly and beautifully before my presentation.
The purpose of the meetings is to provide weekly encouragement to numerous homeless people in attendance. Some of the speakers at the meetings have included Muhammad and Lonnie Ali, Governor Jan Brewer, Dwayne Wade, Danica Patrick, Jerry Colangelo, Doc Rivers, Norm McClelland, Lute Olson, Reggie Jackson, Dr. Robert Spetzer, Harvey Mackay, Meadowlark Lemon, Foster Friess, Phil Francis, John Graham, Mike Manning, Bryce Molder, Ed Robson, Dr. Jeff Trent, Jim Riggs, Melani Walton, Al Molina, Larry Fitzgerald, Tom Shrader, Leo Beus, Shane Doan, Anquan Boldin, Alvin Gentry, Linda Hunt, Ken Whisenhunt, Eric Crown, Roy Vallee, Pat McMahon, Brenda Warner, Steve Wheeler, Herb Sendek, Sharon Lechter, Tara Hitchcock, Jerry Hirsch, Don Henninger, John Bebbling, Tom Van Arsdale, Ken Lamneck, Mike Gallagher, Ralph Sampson, etc.
Each guest speaker shares personal experiences about hard times they’ve gone through, struggles they’ve had, times when things did not work out right, and how they Never Gave Up.
Some of the top Chinese university coaches in basketball, swimming, and track – and their five interpreters came to our home yesterday for a BBQ feast! After our meal, they set up the first Christmas trees they have ever seen and decorated them… working efficiently and quickly as a team. They beamed with joy and pride to help me and to celebrate and early Christmas!
In Series 2 of 2 on Self-Sabotage, she will discuss Sabotaging Your Brilliance and Worth – regarding Relationships and Performance
What is Magnificent Leader Radio?
During its fun and engaging interviews, the hosts tap into the uniqueness of its guests, exploring the art and science of leadership. The interview approach is unique from most as the show provide its guests the time to really connect with listeners in an intimate fashion. You can liken it to having an in-depth conversation about pertinent issues over the fence with your neighbors while drinking a warm cup of coffee, sharing nuggets of truth along with practical information and tips relevant today.
Aired from February 10th on Positive living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guest Mamiko Odegard, PhD.
Dr. Mamiko Odegard, known as the love, relationship and performance expert, has helped thousands of individuals and couples become happy, loving, and enjoying success with her over 30 years experience as a coach, psychologist, therapist, and seminar leader.
You will be inspired by Mamiko’s “practice what you preach” approach to loving and accepting yourself and others. As the best-selling author of Daily Affirmations for Love: 365 Days of Love in Thought and Action, she is happily married to Greg, the love of her life for over 40 years, and they have a daughter, Mariesa. Greg and Mamiko were also honored as the Couple of the Week on the Dr. Laura Berman Show, Oprah Radio. She is also Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Life Coach for 2102.
Dr. Mamiko is the emotional wellness expert for Vita Journal for Trivita Wellness and the relationship featured writer for Smartfem Magazine. As you can see, Dr. Mamiko is the go to love expert for deepening love and relationships as well as her specialty of helping singles find and keep their soul mate.
Offering life-changing insights and tools for immediate change, Mamiko’s trademark has become her ability to quickly gain amazing results in days and weeks not months or years! Her 48 Hour Love Makeover can turn a ho-hum relationship that sizzles with passionate, intimacy, vitality, trust, fun and recapturing love or jumpstart manifesting love for singles.
Originally posted at http://selfdiscoveryradio.com
My deepest desire is for all persons to experience the joys, fulfillment, and peace that can happen when you find total love within yourself and are able to share that affection with others. Passionate about my work, I maintain a private coaching practice in Scottsdale, AZ.
The Perfect Day Foundation was established in 2006 to ensure the friendships formed on the sports fields of Zambia will develop to benefit further generations of sports people, both in Zambia and the UK.
Athletic competition clearly defines the unique power of our attitude.
~ Bart Starr
The Foundation relies on the input and enthusiasm of the people to whom Sport in Action means something, so please get in touch, share your memories and tell us how you’re getting on.
Friendships born on the field of athletic strife are the real gold of competition. Awards become corroded, friends gather no dust.
~ Jesse Owens
Sport is a powerful tool: we hope the Perfect Day Foundation can build on our shared experiences to support the invaluable leadership and life skills that are developed on sports fields every day.
Emmitt Smith has run past legends, danced with stars and posed for the sculptor crafting his Hall of Fame bust.
He’s built upon his athletic talents by working hard, seizing opportunities and reaching out to others for advice when he needed it.
~ Don Yaeger
Can your relationship after an affair ever truly be resolved with love and passion restored? When you and your partner’s true intentions and conscious loving actions are demonstrated, hope can turn into lasting love, passion, and fidelity in your relationship.
In many cases, when the relationship is toxic with repeated violations of broken promises and irreparable mistrust, the healthy choice and often the best choice is to end the relationship. However, having worked with thousands of individuals and couples, positive changes are indeed possible.
The secrets of recovering from an affair:
As long as love, respect, and commitment to each other are still intact, your relationship can survive and even thrive after an affair. It takes cooperation, patience, forgiveness, and learning from the past to make the necessary changes to allow your love to bloom again.
Originally posted at smartfem.com
Throughout our lives we have experiences in three distinctly different types of love and relationships, which I call YOU3™:
The relationship with ourselves is the most sacred, serving as the foundation for how well we treat ourselves and others. If we are critical towards ourselves, we are also judgmental and harsh with others, especially those closest to us. The concept of ACT on Love™ encourages us to act now to show love to ourselves and others. By accepting and loving ourselves first, we enhance all other relationships and build immediate and lasting connections.
As a former psychologist, individual and couples therapist, and now as a love, relationship, and performance expert, I have worked with many of you who wanted to feel more secure about yourself and be more comfortable and enjoy deeper relationships with others, as well as knowing the skills to retain the passion and bliss of fresh loving relationships. By starting with yourself first to become your best version, you actually become irresistible in attracting individuals to you romantically, socially, professionally, and personally. Yes, we find ourselves being attracted to those whom we view as happy, confident, fun, warm, thoughtful, a good listener, able to sense and understand what we’re feeling and experiencing. These desirable qualities stem from feeling good about you, which is reflected in everything you do and say. Self-confidence equates to self-love, that warm, acceptance and nurturing you practice on yourself, leading you to heightened performance in your careers, in building relationships with others, and in the ways you show up in your roles and behaviors as an inspiring lover, partner, and parent.
If you want someone to listen and understand your feelings, be the first one to listen, ask questions, and demonstrate that you hear the other’s emotions and the reasons behind them. If you want more love, be the first to show love in different ways such as compliments and recognition, by physical touching with hugs, holding hands, snuggling together, or massaging the back or feet. You create memorable experiences and a closer bonding when you use Conscious loving™ in your words and actions.
A friend of mine, Larry Benet, is known as the “Connector.” He encourages us to really tap into what a person is about-not just finding out one’s occupation, but what that person does for fun, and how he can help with another’s passions or success with current projects. Larry, like others, has learned the concept “give to get,” meaning whatever we want, give it to another first, and that gift of what we desire comes back to us.
One way to quickly connect is to have laughter and fun. Think of the best times you have experienced? What were you doing then? Many times it is engaging in fun, zany, lighthearted physical activities or it could be moments when you felt most loved and connected… and even thinking about those situations where you felt the most love will often bring a smile as you remember the closeness, affection, words and gestures. You can create these special moments now with anyone.
Many people have come to me because they wanted to have a smoother, closer relationship with a co-worker, teammate, friend, family, and of course a significant love partner. Even though the other party didn’t participate in coaching, relationships dramatically changed for the better, because the individual who became the best version of himself or herself, impacted all others and how others responded to them. When you are in a place of love where you fully accept and love yourself, you have the power to be a magnet for positive people and experiences.
Dr. Mamiko Odegard, a premier life coach and founder of ACT On Love™ is the author of Daily Affirmations for Love: 365 Days of Love in Thought and Action. She will quickly show you how to make changes in your life and your relationships through her customized 1:1 Individual and Couples Coaching, VIP Intensive Retreats and Concierge Programs. Start better connections now with all the people in your life, by calling 480-391-1184 for your personal consultation with Mamiko.
Do you ever wish you had the formula for:
It’s easier than you think when you recognize and develop YOU3™. You actually have three types of relationships. Each one affects the other and you must maintain a balance, a synergy, if you will. When one part becomes misaligned, you experience a loss of focus in your performance and passion. Instead you are filled with self-doubt, insecurities, anxiety, sadness, mistrust, criticalness, jealousy, obsessions, impatience, judgment, and self-destructive behaviors.
So what exactly is YOU3™?
You’ve heard the saying “behind every good man is a woman.” Success does start at home! Success begins when you recognize, claim, and embrace your greatness. This doesn’t mean you have to be perfect…that completely unreachable. Instead it means that you learn to accept the totality of who you are with your flaws and weaknesses as well as your uniqueness and stress. There is a warrior inside all, regardless of male or female that wants to take control and feel powerful over your own life. You can do it when you accept your worthiness, your greatness. Indeed you are EXTRAordinary! No one in this world is exactly like you; not even identical twins. You each have your own personalities, differences in the way you handle situations, the way you communicate, and the differences in the ways you relate to yourself and others in your life. No matter your skill set, no matter your background, it’s not where you started or came from. Rather it is where you are right now and your capacity to grow and become your own MVP, to yourself, others, and to your special intimate loved one.
ACT on Love now™ and let’s start your journey to greatness.