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#060: "Das Leben ist schön!" - Radio Rheinwelle - Interview mit Michelle M. Shockley - Teil 4

CYM - Change Your Mind

Hallo und herzlich willkommen zu dem Podcast CYM - Change Your Mind, Deinem Podcast zum Thema persönliche Veränderung und Entwicklung.   "Das Leben ist schön""   Ich wurde von Michelle Marie Shockley für Radio Rheinwelle interviewt ... ja, diesmal saß ich auf der anderen Seite.   Vielleicht fasst auch Du dann den Entschluss, für Dich neue Wege gehen zu wollen.      Wie das geht und was wir darüber denke, das erfährst Du in der neuen Folge deines Veränderungspodcasts … CYM - Change Your Mind.   Wenn Du nun neugierig geworden bist, dann ganz schnell, anhören und möglicherweise direkt alles mitmachen ... Du wirst, wie auch viele andere vor Dir, über die Ergebnisse überrascht sein!   Reflektiere Dein eigenes Denken und mach einfach die Übungen mit ... bleib gespannt und hör gut hin! Vergiss nicht, wenn Dir die Folge gefallen hat, bei iTunes eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung dazulassen, damit der Podcast schnell im Ranking steigen kann, denn nur so können wir weiter wachsen und viele Menschen erreichen ein noch schöneres und erfüllteres Leben zu führen. Bis dahin, liebe Grüße Dein Torsten PS: Wenn Du Fragen oder Anregungen hast, dann schreib mir doch einfach eine Nachricht an: podcast@cym-changeyourmind.com

36mins

15 Apr 2021

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#059: "Hast Du Handlungsoptionen?" - Radio Rheinwelle - Interview mit Michelle M. Shockley - Teil 3

CYM - Change Your Mind

Hallo und herzlich willkommen zu dem Podcast CYM - Change Your Mind, Deinem Podcast zum Thema persönliche Veränderung und Entwicklung.   "Hast Du Handlungsoptionen?"   Ich wurde von Michelle Marie Shockley für Radio Rheinwelle interviewt ... ja, diesmal saß ich auf der anderen Seite.   Vielleicht fasst auch Du dann den Entschluss, für Dich neue Wege gehen zu wollen.      Wie das geht und was wir darüber denke, das erfährst Du in der neuen Folge deines Veränderungspodcasts … CYM - Change Your Mind.   Wenn Du nun neugierig geworden bist, dann ganz schnell, anhören und möglicherweise direkt alles mitmachen ... Du wirst, wie auch viele andere vor Dir, über die Ergebnisse überrascht sein!   Reflektiere Dein eigenes Denken und mach einfach die Übungen mit ... bleib gespannt und hör gut hin! Vergiss nicht, wenn Dir die Folge gefallen hat, bei iTunes eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung dazulassen, damit der Podcast schnell im Ranking steigen kann, denn nur so können wir weiter wachsen und viele Menschen erreichen ein noch schöneres und erfüllteres Leben zu führen. Bis dahin, liebe Grüße Dein Torsten PS: Wenn Du Fragen oder Anregungen hast, dann schreib mir doch einfach eine Nachricht an: podcast@cym-changeyourmind.com

26mins

12 Apr 2021

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#058: "Gehen Frauen eher in die Opferrolle - Radio Rheinwelle - Interview mit Michelle M. Shockley - Teil 2

CYM - Change Your Mind

Hallo und herzlich willkommen zu dem Podcast CYM - Change Your Mind, Deinem Podcast zum Thema persönliche Veränderung und Entwicklung.   "Gehen Frauen eher in die Opferrolle?"   Ich wurde von Michelle Marie Shockley für Radio Rheinwelle interviewt ... ja, diesmal saß ich auf der anderen Seite.   Vielleicht fasst auch Du dann den Entschluss, für Dich neue Wege gehen zu wollen.      Wie das geht und was wir darüber denke, das erfährst Du in der neuen Folge deines Veränderungspodcasts … CYM - Change Your Mind.   Wenn Du nun neugierig geworden bist, dann ganz schnell, anhören und möglicherweise direkt alles mitmachen ... Du wirst, wie auch viele andere vor Dir, über die Ergebnisse überrascht sein!   Reflektiere Dein eigenes Denken und mach einfach die Übungen mit ... bleib gespannt und hör gut hin! Vergiss nicht, wenn Dir die Folge gefallen hat, bei iTunes eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung dazulassen, damit der Podcast schnell im Ranking steigen kann, denn nur so können wir weiter wachsen und viele Menschen erreichen ein noch schöneres und erfüllteres Leben zu führen. Bis dahin, liebe Grüße Dein Torsten PS: Wenn Du Fragen oder Anregungen hast, dann schreib mir doch einfach eine Nachricht an: podcast@cym-changeyourmind.com

20mins

8 Apr 2021

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#057: "Macht Veränderung Angst?" - Radio Rheinwelle - Interview mit Michelle M. Shockley - Teil 1

CYM - Change Your Mind

Hallo und herzlich willkommen zu dem Podcast CYM - Change Your Mind, Deinem Podcast zum Thema persönliche Veränderung und Entwicklung.   "Macht Veränderung Angst?"   Ich wurde von Michelle Marie Shockley für Radio Rheinwelle interviewt ... ja, diesmal saß ich auf der anderen Seite.   Vielleicht fasst auch Du dann den Entschluss, für Dich neue Wege gehen zu wollen.      Wie das geht und was wir darüber denke, das erfährst Du in der neuen Folge deines Veränderungspodcasts … CYM - Change Your Mind.   Wenn Du nun neugierig geworden bist, dann ganz schnell, anhören und möglicherweise direkt alles mitmachen ... Du wirst, wie auch viele andere vor Dir, über die Ergebnisse überrascht sein!   Reflektiere Dein eigenes Denken und mach einfach die Übungen mit ... bleib gespannt und hör gut hin! Vergiss nicht, wenn Dir die Folge gefallen hat, bei iTunes eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung dazulassen, damit der Podcast schnell im Ranking steigen kann, denn nur so können wir weiter wachsen und viele Menschen erreichen ein noch schöneres und erfüllteres Leben zu führen. Bis dahin, liebe Grüße Dein Torsten PS: Wenn Du Fragen oder Anregungen hast, dann schreib mir doch einfach eine Nachricht an: podcast@cym-changeyourmind.com

21mins

5 Apr 2021

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Angels in the Outfield - Opening Day 2021 - Movie Breakdown with Michelle M - VL #121 with Brian

Vicarious Living

Opening Day 2021 is here and we have the perfect movie to thoroughly breakdown: Disney's Angels in the Outfield! Recurring guest and west coast kid Michelle M returns to dive head first into all the hot topics from this 1994 classic. Some of the main discussions on this one are Mt Rushmore of kids sports movies, comparisons to the 1951 film, Tony Danza's post-game cigarette regiment, weird kid names, Danny Glover's ageless face, Escaping Alcatraz, Dennis the Menace villains, big time actors in first movie roles (Matt McC and Adrien Brody), horrendous parenting, practice hero angels, mustard stains on suits, shitty baseball owners and announcers, Mel's untimely death, and much much more!Featuring rotten tomatoes game, clips/music from the movie, MCITW (sponsored by Wicklow Wear), Ryan Philippe Practice Hero Award, picking nits, and MVP of the movie.

1hr 47mins

1 Apr 2021

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Michelle M. Kundmueller, "Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey" (SUNY Press, 2019)

New Books Network

Michelle Kundmueller, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Old Dominion University, presents a thoughtful analysis of both Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey in her analysis of how we might want to think about human excellence and human failings not only in classical literature, but in our own time. In Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey (SUNY Press, 2019), Kundmueller, a political theorist, brings together literary texts and classic political theory texts, most notably Plato’s Republic, to shape her reading of the heroes of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Kundmueller argues that we should read these two Homeric texts together, and that we can learn from both of them, given the distinct emphasis in each text on human excellence, but also on human failings, and how the texts emphasize the public and the private, and the attraction that each sphere holds. Homer’s Hero shows the intertwined relationship between the Iliad and the Odyssey, not as the continuation of a story per se, but as reflective of each other, tracing themes and concepts that are presented as connected but differently emphasized by the heroes central to each text. The thrust of the Iliad is the question that surrounds the love of honor and the value this love provides for the individual and for the society. This theme is braided into the Odyssey, but is not the thrust of the Odyssey, which is more focused on the desire and longing for home and for human community. These themes are woven through both texts, as Kundmueller explains, but each text has a greater emphasis on its particular theme. These themes are as important to us today as they were when Homer was singing these tales in ancient Greece. And Homer’s Hero helps us think about these broader themes as it also compels the reader to consider how these heroes, but Odysseus in particular, embody human excellence, or fall short in trying to reach that capacity. Finally, Homer’s Hero explores how these themes and ideals are connected to the concept of politics, especially our thinking about what it is that politics provides for us, as citizens in community. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

52mins

4 Feb 2021

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Michelle M. Kundmueller, "Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey" (SUNY Press, 2019)

New Books in Political Science

Michelle Kundmueller, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Old Dominion University, presents a thoughtful analysis of both Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey in her analysis of how we might want to think about human excellence and human failings not only in classical literature, but in our own time. In Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey (SUNY Press, 2019), Kundmueller, a political theorist, brings together literary texts and classic political theory texts, most notably Plato’s Republic, to shape her reading of the heroes of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Kundmueller argues that we should read these two Homeric texts together, and that we can learn from both of them, given the distinct emphasis in each text on human excellence, but also on human failings, and how the texts emphasize the public and the private, and the attraction that each sphere holds. Homer’s Hero shows the intertwined relationship between the Iliad and the Odyssey, not as the continuation of a story per se, but as reflective of each other, tracing themes and concepts that are presented as connected but differently emphasized by the heroes central to each text. The thrust of the Iliad is the question that surrounds the love of honor and the value this love provides for the individual and for the society. This theme is braided into the Odyssey, but is not the thrust of the Odyssey, which is more focused on the desire and longing for home and for human community. These themes are woven through both texts, as Kundmueller explains, but each text has a greater emphasis on its particular theme. These themes are as important to us today as they were when Homer was singing these tales in ancient Greece. And Homer’s Hero helps us think about these broader themes as it also compels the reader to consider how these heroes, but Odysseus in particular, embody human excellence, or fall short in trying to reach that capacity. Finally, Homer’s Hero explores how these themes and ideals are connected to the concept of politics, especially our thinking about what it is that politics provides for us, as citizens in community. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

52mins

4 Feb 2021

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Michelle M. Kundmueller, "Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey" (SUNY Press, 2019)

New Books in Literary Studies

Michelle Kundmueller, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Old Dominion University, presents a thoughtful analysis of both Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey in her analysis of how we might want to think about human excellence and human failings not only in classical literature, but in our own time. In Homer's Hero: Human Excellence in the Iliad and the Odyssey (SUNY Press, 2019), Kundmueller, a political theorist, brings together literary texts and classic political theory texts, most notably Plato’s Republic, to shape her reading of the heroes of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Kundmueller argues that we should read these two Homeric texts together, and that we can learn from both of them, given the distinct emphasis in each text on human excellence, but also on human failings, and how the texts emphasize the public and the private, and the attraction that each sphere holds. Homer’s Hero shows the intertwined relationship between the Iliad and the Odyssey, not as the continuation of a story per se, but as reflective of each other, tracing themes and concepts that are presented as connected but differently emphasized by the heroes central to each text. The thrust of the Iliad is the question that surrounds the love of honor and the value this love provides for the individual and for the society. This theme is braided into the Odyssey, but is not the thrust of the Odyssey, which is more focused on the desire and longing for home and for human community. These themes are woven through both texts, as Kundmueller explains, but each text has a greater emphasis on its particular theme. These themes are as important to us today as they were when Homer was singing these tales in ancient Greece. And Homer’s Hero helps us think about these broader themes as it also compels the reader to consider how these heroes, but Odysseus in particular, embody human excellence, or fall short in trying to reach that capacity. Finally, Homer’s Hero explores how these themes and ideals are connected to the concept of politics, especially our thinking about what it is that politics provides for us, as citizens in community. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

52mins

4 Feb 2021

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(500) Days of Summer - Movie Breakdown with Michelle M - VL #94 with Brian

Vicarious Living

Michelle M - our West Coast Dawson's Creek expert returns to get real deep on this special movie breakdown episode covering the indie cult classic: 500 Days of Summer. So much to discuss as we get into breakups, music videos, blue-centric color schemes, pretentious iPhone commercials, out of place Puma gym shoes, wise 8 year olds, disjointed timelines, blacked out karaoke nights, the bar douche, sex music montages, 1900s LA architecture, false hope post-breakup, expectations vs reality, confirmation bias, feelings ruining memories, redemption, finding your Autumn, and much much more! Featuring clips/music from the movie, Ryan Philipee Practice Hero Award, player breakdowns, MCITW (sponsored by Wicklow Wear), and MVP of the film.

1hr 50mins

20 Jul 2020

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Ep. 27 | Mother Wounds with Michelle M. Gomez, Identify, Heal, and Stop the Cycle

Grace Over Grind with Dr. Laci C. Robbins

Ladies,  It's a brand new month and with that a new theme for the podcast. All month long we are talking about Achieving  More by Doing Less as Women.  In this episode meet Michelle Gomez, Life and Career Coach. As a life coach, she has been supporting women through the healing process of overcoming Mother Wounds. As a part of the conversation, we are chatting about strategies to discover who you are and begin the healing pattern. Please note this episode may bring up a lot of emotions, so consider listening in a private place.  Please consider sharing this episode with another Lady Leader who could use this information on today. And if you would offer a 5 Star Rating, so to ensure we get this message to the masses! From Process to Practice Grab Your Stilettos and Let's Go, Dr. Laci Mentioned in this episode: Looking for a supportive community of women who are all about building a platform of success gracefully join here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/76828248359 Resources to Go from Process to Practice: The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children by Shefali Tsabary https://amzn.to/38QSn77 The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity https://amzn.to/37S1aVk Offered From Our Guest: Ebook of Own Your Brilliance: http://bit.ly/OwnYourBrillianceebook Ebook of The Latina Mother Wound: http://bit.ly/LatinaMotherWoundebook Link for LIVE event next month: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/healed-hijas-live-tickets-93028947085?aff=efbeventtix MEET MICHELLE M. GOMEZ, MBA: The Latina Career & Life Coach with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a master’s degree in Business Administration. She has over 21 years of experience learning, navigating, and overcoming obstacles that plague women in the corporate environment. Gomez is passionate about helping Latinas achieve positions of power and influence through effective career planning, personal advocacy, and advancing more women of color in an effort to close the gender wage gap. Gomez uses her expertise in executive presence, professional dossier writing, personal branding, leadership quality, and negotiation methods to empower Latinas toward their personal and professional goals. As a working mom, holding down a corporate job while building her coaching business, Michelle helps other working moms develop a work/life design that incorporates career ambition and conscious parenting through inner-feminine healing. In addition to her private coaching practice, Gomez is also the author of the international best-seller, Own Your Brilliance: Overcome Impostor Syndrome for Career Success. She’s spoken at many employment forums, women empowerment summits, and in the academic space - most notably, Harvard University in Cambridge, MA for the Latinas Empowerment and Development Conference 2019. Through her work, Gomez has been the recipient of the 2019 Latina of the Year Award, by the National Latino Peace Officer Association. website: www.michellemgomez.com social: IG @mgsuccesscoach | FB @mgcareercoach --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-laci-c--robbins/support

52mins

5 Mar 2020

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