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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mandy Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mandy Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mandy Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mandy Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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057-Mandy Johnson:Cinderella

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Listen as Hannah and Mandy talk about the Disney classic film, Cinderella.


Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/princessandthepodcast/message
Sep 16 2020 · 23mins
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Q and Hey! Episode Two- Mandy Johnson

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We sit down with Mandy Johnson and talk about what is easy about following Jesus and what is more difficult. 

Jun 26 2020 · 43mins

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Sisterhood Series with Mandy Johnson

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What has God been teaching you in 2020?

A few things come to mind –

  • Clear the path so that God can speak. Prior to COVID-19, there were so many days I thought to myself, “Oh if I just had time to do quiet time, get in the word, listen to a sermon, etc. then I’d grow closer to the Lord.” But time wasn’t the issue, it was me choosing to not prioritize Jesus as much as I knew I wanted to.
  • Being forced to stay at home, where God has literally wiped my schedule clean, has shown me that when life goes back to “normal or normal-ish”, I have to make an effort to clear a path for God to speak. To choose to seek him first in my heart, mind, and schedule.
  • I can’t wait for another pandemic to clear my schedule so that I can focus on him with unwavering dedication. It takes effort from us to actively remove what gets in the way of following Jesus. And, for me it’s a filled schedule. He rewards those who seek him earnestly. Second, this year has reminded me of a question Andy Stanley often asks, which is, “What does love require of me?”
  • I’ve watched several family members and friends respond differently to this pandemic, and it reminded me that I need to actively respond with love – not judgment – in all circumstances. Just because someone responds to an issue differently than I do doesn’t make them better or worse or more or less faithful – it makes them still loved by God, just with a different opinion. And, it’s not my place to judge them for that!
  • So, I ask, “What does love require of me?” Most of the time love requires me to take a step back, to listen, to learn, to show empathy. So, I’m learning/relearning to constantly ask that question: What does love require of me? And being at home is a great place to start. My husband, Kyle, is wonderful and I love him to pieces but we can both get on each other’s nerves – I mean that’s any relationship, right?! So, in those frustrating moments, instead of letting my emotions take over, I pause to ask: what does love require of me? And as we continue to ask that question over and over again at home it begins to trickle outside of our home too.
  • Third, it’s that resistance builds our resilience. Watching people suffer is the worst, and it breaks my heart just as it breaks God’s. But we serve a God who doesn’t waste our pain or sadness. In fact, he uses it to help us grow in our faith and grow closer to him. So, in a season of what feels like resistance on all sides (someone losing their job, getting sick, becoming a teacher/mom at home, etc.) I’m learning that God must want to teach me something – or all of us something. It’s painful and it stings, but it also bridges the gap between where we were and where we want to go spiritually. Resistance is an opportunity, and it’s a way to build our resilience.

How have you felt spiritually during this season? (Be honest!!!)

  • Filled is the first word that comes to mind. As crazy as it sounds, I haven’t worked since March, we’re stuck at home for the most part, there is a lot going on that wants to steal our joy, but I’m filled. The Lord is near. And of course, my heart breaks for the people hurting – but I believe in the power of hope. Clinging to hope and the ability to clear a path for God to speak has left me feeling filled in this season.

In what way do you know God more deeply because of this year?

  • I think I’ve seen him more as a protector and provider this year. Nashville was hit with tornados in early March, and houses just two miles away from where I live are gone. Still, to this day, there are houses and businesses with broken glass windows and rubble all around. It was devastating. I feel very strongly that the Lord protected us that night. Kyle still has his job. Protection. We haven’t gotten sick. Protection. I even received the news while at home that a devotion that I wrote will be published in a Proverbs 31 book – so not only is he protecting me, Kyle, our house – he’s progressing the dream he placed in my heart which is to write. He’s providing above and beyond for us even in a pandemic. And if your story is different, that doesn’t mean he’s not protecting you or providing for you – he’s intricately writing your story too. But for me, in this season, I know him more deeply as a gracious, protective Father.

What’s one portion of scripture you’d share with someone who you knew you’d never see again? 

  • Hebrews 11:1 “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” I think for most of us, faith can be tough to navigate whether you’re not a believer or you’ve been a believer your entire life. Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. Faith is not ignoring painful circumstances; it’s believing in the hope of Jesus in spite of them. It’s knowing that he is with us no matter what. Don’t lose hope. He loves you and he’s with you!
Jun 17 2020 · 28mins
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Minute of Mindfulness with Mandy Johnson

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Mandy Johnson is a Mindfulness-Based Coach & Facilitator based in Cape Town. Mandy has always had a passion for the human condition and how society can become more compassionate.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Apr 24 2020 · 2mins

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Cracking Charity Chat. Ep. 6: Small but vital charities with Mandy Johnson

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In this episode I'm chatting with Mandy Johnson, Founder of Great Charity Speakers List and former CEO of Small Charities Coalition. We discuss small but vital charities. We cover the challenges and opportunities they face, funding composition, infrastructure and where they can go for (brilliant and cheap) support as well as what they could do now to thrive in the future.

We recorded in a pub, so it's a bit noisy. Maybe get a beer and pretend you're there too. Enjoy!
Jan 25 2019 · 34mins
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#023 Mandy Johnson - Impostor Syndrome & Their Platform

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Simon talks to the UK's 2nd most influential fundraiser, Mandy Johnson (twitter.com/MsMandyJ) to find out how she takes her tea.

More than that, they chat about mental health and vulnerabilities, impostor syndrome and being loud, white privilege and diversity, job resignations and that article.

Mandy's article "How I manage my impostor syndrome"

Mandy's podcast "This is NOT the Mandy Johnson show"

The Great Charity Speakers list is at greatcharityspeakers.com

And of course check out TheirPlatform.com - Amplifying voices that need to be heard!

Jan 18 2019 · 42mins
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Episode 21: A conversation with Mandy Johnson on mental health

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"I now recognise I had depression then."

Kenneth and James meet confirmed BDOT Mandy Johnson this week to talk all about mental health. We discuss how things have changed in the sector and society, plus what we can do to improve our awareness and response. Mandy describes her own experiences, speaking openly about how she came through and what she has planned next in her stellar career.

It's a more serious episode to what you're used to, as it should be. Yet we do need to get Kenneth a desk assessment and James a sick bucket.

If you feel someone you work with could do with a coffee and a chat about how things are going we recommend you take a look at the excellent resources on the Mind website listed underneath. You can also find more information on the first aid course mentioned by visiting the Mental Health First Aid site. If you just want to talk to someone about the issues raised in this episode contact the Samaritans any time, from any phone on 116 123 or using the links below.

Our thanks to Mandy for her honesty. You can find her on Twitter and her list of Great Charity Speakers.


You can find us on www.domoregood.uk or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Get in touch if you'd like to feature or star on the show. It goes without saying really but the episodes contains our opinions - essentially things we overheard in meetings, stole from presentations and read in magazines. Thanks for listening.


Further Reading

Helping others: www.mind.org.uk/information-support/helping-someone-else
Depression: www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/depression/about-depression/?o=9109#.XDupClz7S00
Stress: www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/stress/what-is-stress/?o=10133#.XDuoOVz7S00
Support: www.mind.org.uk/information-support/helplines
Samaritans: www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you/contact-us
Mental Heath First Aid: www.mhfaengland.org
Jan 15 2019 · 41mins
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049 How best-selling author Mandy Johnson uses social media to grow her professional influence on a global scale

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Twelve months ago, Mandy Johnson - aka 'The Accidental HR Revolutionary' - was a self-confessed "social media dinosaur". Today, however, Mandy's a convert to social media and is active on both Twitter and LinkedIn; indeed, her presence on both platforms is having a positive impact on her personal brand-based business.

In this discussion with the PR Warrior Trevor Young, Mandy outlines her approach to Twitter, including how she participates in hashtag conversations and the importance of using the medium to build relationships on a global scale. Mandy talks about the power of blogging and why expressing ideas that you're passionate about is a surefire way to attract an audience on social channels.

Apr 01 2015 · 34mins