BUILDING TINY HABITS AND UNTANGLING BAD HABITS WITH SARAH LEVINE
ADHD MEETS BUSINESS
Are you going in the right direction? Are you in Motion? Welcome to the ADHD MEETS BUSINESS PODCAST - It's Episode 3!!!!!!! We are Leanne and Ross. Today for our third episode, we interview the wonderfully knowledgeable Sarah Levine, a coach certified in Tiny Habits (who trained under the one and only BJ Fogg PhD) and *shock horror* another friend from Clubhouse. She has so many amazing practical tips and strategies around forming habits, something that is incredibly powerful for us ADHDers. We talk about how Sarah would use the Tiny Habit technique to help Leanne address her need to stay hydrated, how she would help Ross tackle his midnight run and how the Tiny Habits ethos is to be take the gentle approach to habit forming. We're really excited to share this episode because this is an incredibly useful if you're struggling to kick a bad habit, or looking to make some changes in your life - I myself am going to listen again as soon as I've done the show notes, there's just such helpful advice in the episode. Every week, we will be having a chat about ADHD and creative thinking and the impact both have in the world of business and entrepreneurship. We encourage an environment in which to explore ideas and celebrate differences. We will interview lots of interesting people from all walks of life and share our own special take on ADHD. If you want to get in touch with us or have any feedback, or even if you want to feature in a future episode, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to leave a 5* review, because as ADHDers more dopamine is always welcome :) On the practical side, we are always happy to help, so have a look on our webpage for more ways to make contact and get support. Where can I find Sarah? https://www.instagram.com/thehabithive https://twitter.com/thehabithive https://www.thehabithive.com https://tinyhabitsacademy.com/coach/name/sarah-levine Where can I find ADHD Meets Business? https://www.instagram.com/adhdmeetsbusiness https://www.facebook.com/ADHDmeetsbusiness On Clubhouse Search "ADHD Business Brainstorm" 17:15 - 18:00 BST every week day (ADHD MEETS BUSINESS Club) Personal Links Ross: https://www.instagram.com/rossdavies17 Leanne: https://www.instagram.com/iamleanneiam
Sarah Levine of Auburn is the (Domestic) Rat Whisperer
Sarah teaches us that these funny, smart and clean animals make charming, sweet and loving pets. She has placed countless domestic rats into worthy homes and has definitely removed the “eeeuuuw” factor from them. (Recording date: January 3rd, 2021)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week we’re joined by Luna Cafe owner Sarah Levine. We talk about our shared experiences at Chili’s. Sarah talks about owning a restaurant in the times of COVID. Stephen buys another domain. Dan has an unhealthy obsession with Tim Allen. ----- Lunaphilly.com @luna_philly on Instagram--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Student Stories: Sarah Levine Discusses Temple's Cherry Pantry, Her Leadership Experience and Working to Make a Difference
Lauren and Kaitlin decided to that we needed to show the world how awesome our students are so to help us kick off our series "Student Stories", we invited Sarah Levine to the podcast. Sarah has worked hard to help make the Cherry Pantry happen. It's Temple's first food pantry. Their mission is "to combat hunger in the Temple community by supplying nutritious emergency food while providing equal treatment to all who visit the pantry". Sarah talks about why the Cherry Pantry is important to her, her experience with Temple's Service Immersion Program and much more. More about the Cherry Pantry: Location: Howard Gittis Student Center Hours of Operation:Tuesday: 1 pm to 5 pmWednesday: 1 pm to 5 pmThursday: 4 pm to 8 pm Website: https://studentaffairs.temple.edu/cherry-pantry If you have any topics you think we should cover on the podcast, send us an email at email@example.com with "Podcast Topic" in the subject line. Or slide into our DMs on Instagram @TULeadership. We'd love to hear from you.
Teaching and testing literature with guest Sarah Levine
Schools In with Dan Schwartz & Denise PopeStanford Graduate School of Education Assistant Professor Sarah Levine discusses the importance of literature and why multiple choice exams aren't the best way to measure students' reading comprehension.Aired originally on SiriusXM on September 2, 2017.
Sarah Levine, assistant professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, discusses the importance of literature and why multiple choice exams aren't the best way to measure students' reading comprehension.