The Unyielded Show

A podcast dedicated to bringing hope, knowledge and assurance that people can be more successful and more fulfilled if they choose.

Thriving No Matter What

Most episodes are interviews (40-60 minutes) with special guests who have a story of growth or triumph. Episodes release on Wednesdays.

Rise and Thrive

Rise and Thrive episodes are fuel for you, your week, and your life. They are short (5-10 minutes) releasing every Monday.

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Are You Holding Your Happiness Hostage?
There is a highly pricey trap into which we have all fallen occasionally. Some of us believe that we can be happy when we are at ease. Some of us think that when we relax, we can be satisfied. Some of us believe we will have time to pursue our interests someday. But that moment never arrives. Yet, identifying whether we are holding our happiness hostage can be an intriguing revelation!
Car Trouble or Opportunity?
If you think about how you will encounter rude drivers when you get into your car to drive, you’re likely to miss the person who lets you merge into traffic. However, if you set your intention to notice other courteous drivers, will you notice them? On the other hand, we perceive more of what our brains are trained to perceive. So which is more prevalent in your daily life, the positive or negative? Do you think you have trained your mind well?
You CAN beat the clock!
When you go by plane, your itinerary must adhere to a certain degree of rigidity because the plane will not wait for you if you are late. In addition, if you assure a customer that you will be present at eight in the morning to prepare for a session that will begin at nine, you are obligated to show up at the specified time and be ready to go precisely when you said you would be. But at some point over the course of the years, it is possible that this has taken over your entire life.
The Power of Happiness Is in Your Hands
Do you ever wonder why some individuals are happier than others? Researchers have studied happiness, and their conclusions may surprise you. Is it true that some people are just innately happier than others? Perhaps not necessarily!
Summer Hiatus for Interviews – Returning in the Fall
This week, we’re announcing some of the things that are coming up.  We decided to take a little hiatus this summer. This will be a greate opportunity to prepare for the next season of UnYielded podcast with a great lineup of guests as well as a chance for us to go on a new adventure over the summer. Meanwhile, we’ll keep in touch with our Rise & Thrive episodes every Monday. Thank you for tuning in and we’ll see you in the fall!
The Difference Between Anger and Action
How frequently have you heard someone say, “I know I shouldn’t get angry”? There is considerable ambiguity regarding this phrase. We are primarily conflating the emotion of anger, which is a valid data point, with the manifestation of rage, for which we can get in trouble. In other words, It is acceptable to feel anger. What counts is what you do with it, where sometimes you may run into difficulties.
Are Your Values Showing Up On Your Calendar?
Many of us have been taught to look for flaws. Instead, it is time to start noticing the great things that occur in our lives, even on a tiny scale, and realize how grateful we ought to be. Conversely, practicing gratitude and discovering the ideal criteria for measuring success can completely transform our life. My guest today is someone who integrates social and emotional intelligence into all aspects of her life. She serves as the executive director at the Institute for Social and Emotional Intelligence. She is also a coach for social and emotional intelligence. Amy Sargent-Kossoff joins this episode to discuss her extraordinary knowledge and expertise in rethinking and rewriting life stories with emotional intelligence.
When Interpretation Becomes a Limiting Lie
Are there any things you won’t even attempt because you believe you will fail or be unable to master them? Avoiding such tasks is quite acceptable; if you do not wish to do them. But if there is something you genuinely want to do, regardless of the chances, you can achieve it if you make an effort to learn and practice it. Generally, when we accept a limitation, we likely shortchange ourselves; nonetheless, life is too short and beautiful to have a limitation.
Be the Buffalo
Change is inevitable. As a leader, it is essential to lead the transition to improve the team’s performance. Notably, there are numerous organizational change implementation methodologies and critical considerations that one must be aware of to perform this task properly. My guest for today is a specialist in this subject. He is a dynamic, creative, and results-driven sales leader with expertise in building high-performing teams by training and mentoring sales managers and representatives. In addition, he has experience implementing projects for cross-functional change management to drive organizational excellence. Michael Gagnon, Senior Enterprise Manager, Remote Support Sales at GoT, joins today’s conversation to share his experience and knowledge on effectively implementing change as a leader while driving the team and the organization to success.
I’ll Be Happy When
We, including most top achievers, tend to motivate ourselves by withholding praise until we achieve our objectives. We erroneously believe that this is inspiring, or we fear that if we are not critical of ourselves, we will grow complacent and regress. But the issue is that we are hindering our performance. On the other side, we are goal-oriented and skilled at sacrificing the immediate for the future. This is why we may set objectives and attain them despite the difficulty of the work. Nonetheless, it forces us to postpone our joy; our happiness becomes a hostage of someday, which does not materialize on our calendars.
End of the World in 2 Hours!
The saboteurs are the voices in your head that cause stress and negative emotions in response to your life’s difficulties. According to the research of Shirzad Chamine, we all have what he terms inner saboteurs. Moreover, it also incorporates neuroscience, performance science, positive psychology, and cognitive-behavioral psychology. Also, more than half a million people have already benefited from this effort. 
Lift the Veil on Your Saboteurs
The saboteurs are the voices in your head that cause stress and negative emotions in response to your life’s difficulties. According to the research of Shirzad Chamine, we all have what he terms inner saboteurs. Moreover, it also incorporates neuroscience, performance science, positive psychology, and cognitive-behavioral psychology. Also, more than half a million people have already benefited from this effort.
Pause to Build Personal Power
Emotions are a part of who we are. Nothing we do is without an emotional component. If we understand our emotions and the information they provide, we can develop the most effective strategies for any situation. On the other hand, this is what we can call emotional intelligence. My guest for today fosters and encourages others to pursue personal empowerment and a more serene and purposeful existence. She enhances personal authenticity by revealing fundamental values and developing social and emotional intelligence. As she values adult and adolescent emotional management, she has committed herself to increase social and emotional learning awareness. Paige Dest, an emotional intelligence coach and founder of BYODestiny, joins us today to educate us to better understand and regulate our emotions to make more informed life and career decisions.
The Tetris Effect and Your Unhappiness
What we train our brains to see, we see more of. That’s the essence of the Tetris effect. In the legendary Tetris game, we’re supposed to look for patterns in order to win the game. Similarly, in life, if we unconsciously train our brains to scan for negativity, we’ll notice more of it, making us miserable. In today’s episode, Bobbi dives into how the Tetris effect can occur in our lives and how we can train our brains to be happier.
The Power of a Personal Manifesto
Nothing will change if you go to the gym and sit next to the weight bench without lifting a single weight. Your biceps will not grow stronger if you do not lift the weight. Also, they do not become stronger the first time they lift the weight. Over time, the experience of doing so makes them stronger and becomes increasingly simple. Mindst is also a muscle that we must strengthen to maintain our mental fitness. My guest today is Heather Hakes. She is a speaker, a mindset coach, and the author of Take the Leap. Her podcast, Mind Over Matter, has tens of thousands of listeners. Heather focuses on assisting others in overcoming obstacles by waking their limitless capacity to create their dream life. Throughout today’s conversation, she demonstrates how to use our mental strength to propel us forward with insightful explanations.

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