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The Gospel eXpress with Nina Taylor Show #235 Let's Celebrate with Monica Lisa Stevenson, Her first #1 (Sun 25 Jul 2021)

Urban Movement Radio

Sharing brand new independent artists to the global world. Music otherwise ignored by major radio stations.Brand new music from urban artists seven days a week.

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24 Jul 2021

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E196: My Happy Mind - Lisa Stevenson Interview

Fire in The Belly

Author Lisa Stevenson joins Pete in today's episode of Fire In The Belly to discuss why she left her job as a nurse to pursue a new career in writing and tells of how she created the health and wellness journal for children called ‘My Happy Mind Journal’  to help them with gratitude, positivity and mindfulness. Together they cover everything from the importance of asking for help, the benefits of the Happy Mind Activity Journal and why sending love to people will always make you feel better. KEY TAKEAWAYS Ask for help if you think you need it, even if you might feel you are being silly. Ask the people around you for their advice and get them to help you through your struggles. There are so many ways to teach yourself things these days that make your life easier. Showing gratitude is not about only appreciating the big things in your life. It is also about showing gratitude for the pillow that you’re sleeping on, having warm water to wash your face with, your shampoo to wash your hair etc. Show gratitude for absolutely everything that you have, even the minor things because unfortunately, not everybody has these. You have to be grateful for the small things and then you can be even more grateful for the big things that happen in life. So much of a childs entertainment these days comes from a mobile phone. The fact that My Happy Mind Activity Journal allows children to pick up a pencil and color improves behaviour and is something new and exciting for them. Everyone is a working progress no matter how old you are. Whether you’re ten or one hundred and ten, you always find out something new about yourself such as new interests or new skills that you didn’t realise you had or were good at. Everyday is a learning day. Love and happiness are two of the things people forget that they have. People need to remember to give love more often, even to people that you may not think deserve it. Send them love and it makes you feel a lot better. BEST MOMENTS “Kids now, from the age of one or two can use a phone better than I can!” “I made the decision that I have had enough.” “I have not regretted one iota of it.” ABOUT THE GUEST “I am an author of My Happy Mind Activity Journal for children aged 7-12 to help them with gratitude, positivity, mindfulness, meditation all in a fun way over 60 days. My passion is helping people to feel good about themselves and help them heal themselves through my holistic therapy business.” LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/lisa-stevenson-7b7ba61b9 ABOUT THE HOST The ‘Mighty Pete Lonton’ from the ‘Mighty 247’ company is your main host of ‘Fire In The Belly’. Pete is an Entrepreneur, Mentor, Coach, Property Investor, and father of 3 beautiful girls. Pete’s background is in Project Management and Property, but his true passion is the ‘Fire in The Belly’ project itself. His mission is to help others find their potential and become the mightiest version of themselves. Pete openly talks about losing both of his parents, suffering periods of depression, business downturn and burn-out, and ultimately his years spent not stoking ‘Fire In the Belly’. In 2017, at 37 years of age that changed, and he is now on a journey of learning, growing, accepting, and inspiring others. Pete can connect with people and intuitively asks questions to reveal a person’s passion and discover how to live their mightiest life. The true power of ‘Fire In The Belly’ is the Q&A’s - Questions and Actions! The ‘Fire In The Belly’ brand and the programme is rapidly expanding into podcasts, seminars, talks, business workshops, development courses, and rapid results mentoring. CONTACT METHOD https://www.facebook.com/mightypetelonton/ https://uk.linkedin.com/in/mightypete https://www.facebook.com/groups/430218374211579/ Support the show: https://www.facebook.com/groups/430218374211579/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 2mins

25 Jun 2021

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performer/vocalist Monica Lisa Stevenson (@monica_lisa_stevenson)

Indie Review

Monica is a powerhouse vocalist and one of few ‘new school’ class of female vocalists who can capture the definitive essence of traditional gospel and “church” music at its best. MONICA LISA STEVENSON is that vocalist  who provides a commanding presentation and a life impacting spiritual encounter through every song she sings. Monica Lisa has a litany of achievements contributing to her  thriving music ministry including three Stellar Award Nominations for  Best New Artist and Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year; two Atlanta  Gospel Choice Awards for Best Female Artist and Song of the Year.   She’s appeared on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel and in Tyler Perry’s movie  Madea’s Big Happy Family and TV series The Have And The Have Nots.  She  has toured throughout Switzerland and Italy and has sang alongside such  greats as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Jason Crabb, Erica Campbell, Pastor Marvin Sapp and Tasha Cobbs. Her new album KAINOS (The Acoustic Documentary) landed at #18  on Billboard Top Gospel Sales Chart and #8 on the Heatseekers Chart.  KAINOS is released by Puretonez Production/eOne Distribution and  includes the chart topping hit single “Testimony” featuring Doobie  Powell and The Williams Singers. Monica Lisa enjoys singing before audiences, serving her community, and being the proud mother of five children and dedicated wife to husband Derrick Stevenson, who is also her musical director and  producer. Monica Lisa has emerged as a dynamic artist and compassionate philanthropist who inspires something new and refreshing in everyone she touches For more info: http://www.indiereviewcd.com https://twitter.com/IndieRevue https://www.instagram.com/indie.review https://www.facebook.com/indie.review --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indie-review/support

1hr 30mins

13 Feb 2021

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INDIE REVIEW RADIO / MONICA LISA STEVENSON / INDIE ARTIST

INDIE REVIEW RADIO

Monica is a powerhouse vocalist and one of few ‘new school’ class of female vocalists who can capture the definitive essence of traditional gospel and “church” music at its best. MONICA LISA STEVENSON is that vocalist who provides a commanding presentation and a life impacting spiritual encounter through every song she sings.  Monica Lisa has a litany of achievements contributing to her thriving music ministry including three Stellar Award Nominations for Best New Artist and Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year; two Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards for Best Female Artist and Song of the Year.  She’s appeared on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel and in Tyler Perry’s movie Madea’s Big Happy Family and TV series The Have And The Have Nots.  She has toured throughout Switzerland and Italy and has sang alongside such greats as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Jason Crabb, Erica Campbell, Pastor Marvin Sapp and Tasha Cobbs.Her new album KAINOS (The Acoustic Documentary) landed at #18 on Billboard Top Gospel Sales Chart and #8 on the Heatseekers Chart. KAINOS is released by Puretonez Production/eOne Distribution and includes the chart topping hit single “Testimony” featuring Doobie Powell and The Williams Singers.Monica Lisa enjoys singing before audiences, serving her community, and being the proud mother of five children and dedicated wife to husband Derrick Stevenson, who is also her musical director and producer.  Monica Lisa has emerged as a dynamic artist and compassionate philanthropist who inspires something new and refreshing in everyone she touches

1hr 31mins

13 Feb 2021

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On Your Terms | Season 2 | Episode 6 - Lisa Stevenson | ThinkCalm BeCalm

On your terms

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/on_your_terms/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/onyourtermspage Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/foxannemarie/ Twitter https://twitter.com/AnneMarie_FoxLisa started out her career as a nurse a job she was really good at and passionate about, however after it started affecting her health, she knew she needed to make changes. Here is her story of first becoming a holistic therapist and this year publishing her first book, a mindfulness & gratitude activity book for children (My Happy Mind Journal; links below). She is extremely happy and positive about all the changes she has made in her life. http://www.thinkcalmbecalm.co.uk https://www.instagram.com/thinkcalmbecalm/ https://www.facebook.com/thinkcalmbecalm/ Amazon link Amazon.co.uk Amazon.co.uk #childrensmentalhealthmatters #mindfulness #activityjournal #childrensmentalhealth #myhappymind #thinkcalmbecalm #children #supportsmallbusinesses #meditation #funactivities #onyourterms #podcast #positivity #girlboss #careerchange #femaleentrepreneur #womenempowerment #motivation #bosslady #inspiration #entrepreneurlife #business #entrepreneur #womeninbusiness #goals #careercoach #careercoaching #lifecoach #lifecoaching #careerdevelopment #careerchange #newventure #lifestyle #choices #girlbosslife #entrepreneurinspiration #entrepreneurher #entrepreneurgoals #beyourownboss #businesscoach #businessowner #createyourlife #femaleentrepreneur #goalsetting #goodlife #makeithappen #personaldevelopment Anne-Marie Fox Consulting – AMFConsulting.ie – annemarie@amfconsulting.ie Career Coach – Life Coach – Executive Coach

15mins

20 Nov 2020

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Starting a Small Business in Hawaii - Rise Jewelry with Founder Lisa Stevenson

Hawaii's Best Travel - Vacation and Culture Guide to Hawaii

Rise Jewelry was founded in 2015 by Lisa Stevenson to share the beauty of Hawai'i through timeless pieces of quality, handmade ocean jewelry.--> Learn More: hawaiisbesttravel.com/episode41 <--Each piece contains a beautifully unique ocean find such as sea glass, sunrise shells, shark teeth, and more.Rise Jewelry all began from Lisa's love of scuba and free diving here on Oahu. She came across some of the most beautiful ocean finds such as sea glass, sunrise shells, shark teeth, and more! She has transformed her favorite finds into unique fine jewelry pieces for people around the globe, using precious metals such as 24k gold and sterling silver.--> Learn More: hawaiisbesttravel.com/episode41 <--All of her jewelry components are ethically found and sourced; no sea life is ever harmed.ResourcesRise Jewelry WebsiteRise InstagramHawaiiCovid19.comHawaii’s Best InstagramBumper music, Ukulele and Chill, provided by Coby G (used with permission)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hawaiisbest)

31mins

6 Nov 2020

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Lisa Stevenson: Organizational Psychology and the Entrepreneurial Personality

Economics For Business

In our ongoing project to build a solid bridge between the theory and practice of entrepreneurship, we explore the connection between organizational psychology and the entrepreneurial personality. Lisa Stevenson studied I/O Psych as an undergrad, in connection with business courses, and became fascinated with it. I/O Psych is shorthand for Industrial and Organizational Psychology — the application of psychology in the workplace. Lisa went on to post-graduate studies and a Masters Degree in I/O Psych. She applied it in consulting companies, first as a recruiter and then as an organizational development consultant.Show NotesThe application of I/O Psych is aimed at improving people outcomes and people performance within firms. The discipline embraces talent and fit — does an organization have the right talent to get jobs and projects done now and in the future, and do the people with the right talents “fit” the firm’s values. Often, firms use I/O Psych to develop pro forma profiles and compare individual assessments to those profiles, looking to emphasize the most desired characteristics and avoid those that are unwanted. One of the methods of I/O Psych is the application of self-assessment tools. There exists a wide range of psychology-based or psychology-inspired self-assessment questionnaires and surveys that are focused on assisting firms and their HR departments to evaluate and optimize their employee base. One particular application is the combination of different personality types in teams in an attempt to balance strengths and maximize collaborative output and productivity. One of the prominent self-assessment tools Lisa mentioned is MBTI (Myers Briggs Typology Indicator) — a popular free version of which is available at 16Personalities.com. Another is "Business Chemistry", the internal tool used at the global consulting firm Deloitte, where Lisa works in Talent and Development. You can take this self-assessment yourself at BusinessChemistry.Deloitte.com, and find the explanations and implications of their personality classifications. A third widely used self-assessment tool is StrengthsFinder from Gallup. Can self-assessment help entrepreneurs to succeed? Lisa says yes — but not in the same way that corporations use self-assessment. The entrepreneurial role — whether (co-)founder / CEO or team member — is different. It requires adaptability, being able to do lots of things well, not just one thing; to earn new jobs and skills, including “dirty work”; to be deeply involved in all aspects of operations to understand and master how the entire business functions, not just one aspect of it. When she is hiring for entrepreneurial roles she looks for (1) a bias for action and (2) a willingness to take risk (such as learning a new skill or taking on a new task) combined with a skill at mitigating risk (learning fast, narrowing options quickly, reversing bad choices when new information requires it, without self-criticism). Entrepreneurial self-assessment is not concerned with strengths and weaknesses, but with knowing oneself candidly and acting on that information. There is an entrepreneurial personality based in bias for action and risk mitigation, but it’s not the same for every entrepreneur. It’s best to find your own balance. (At Economics For Entrepreneurs, we are developing a self-assessment that assesses behavioral traits rather than personality traits — you can take the first iteration here). As an entrepreneur, Lisa applied the lessons of self-assessment both to herself and to her brand. Lisa started a growing jewelry brand called Rise Hawaii. Initially, it was based on her hobby of free diving and scuba diving. She would collect shells and sea glass and sell them to jewelers. She discovered that there were no jewelers making exactly the kind of jewelry she preferred personally — a combination of delicate elements with high-end precious metals. She started designing, then manufacturing — learning skills like dipping shells in molten gold — then selling on line and distributing to retail stores. Rise Hawaii is now a fast growing international brand selling online and through more than twenty retailers. Personality analysis helped her in two ways. She understood her own personality from the self-assessments she had taken, and could observe her own behavior in stretching herself too thin in her business by trying to please every potential customer and meet every demand. By understanding the underlying personality traits, she was able to change behavior for the good of both her business and her best customers. She also applied a similar assessment technique to the personality of her brand. Lisa realized that, initially, she was trying too hard to emulate established "Hawaiian jewelry" branding adopted by others, but this did not reflect her authentic self. She consciously realigned her brand’s personality with her own. The result is a unique and sustainable brand positioning and a happy owner. And self-assessment helps Lisa imagine her entrepreneurial future: growth through alignment with companies and causes exhibiting values she shares, including worthwhile purposes such as ocean conservation. There’s a way for all entrepreneurs to benefit from self-assessment and self-awareness. Take one or more of the self-assessments accessible via the links provided here. Absorb the background information that’s provided. Use it to be self-aware: what do the results tell you about yourself? Did you learn anything new? Can you observe your own behavior and see personality traits at work? Are there any ways in which you are being inauthentic — behaving in ways that others want you to, rather than being true to yourself? What do the results tell you about your personal balance? Where does your profile need shoring up with new practices, new learning, or someone’s help? The key is to be aware, to understand yourself.Links16Personalities.comBusinessChemistry.Deloitte.comEntrepreneurial StrengthsFinderE4E Behavioral Self-AssessmentFind Rise Hawaii on Etsy at RiseHawaii and on Instagram at Rise.Hawaii.

7 May 2019

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NEW ACOUSTIC SOUND from Monica Lisa Stevenson. "He's The One" featuring Pastor Walter E. Ellis on Gospel Updates! #GospelUpdates, Gospel Updates, Gospel News, find more at http://www.gospelupdates.com

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NEW ACOUSTIC SOUND from Monica Lisa Stevenson. "He's The One" featuring Pastor Walter E. Ellis on Gospel Updates! #GospelUpdates, Gospel Updates, Gospel News, find more at http://www.gospelupdates.com

21 Apr 2017

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Lisa Stevenson, “Life Beside Itself: Imagining Care in the Canadian Arctic” (University of California Press, 2014)

New Books in Anthropology

Lisa Stevenson‘s new book opens with two throat-singing women and one listening king. Whether we hear them sitting down to a normal night’s dinner (as the women) or stalking the pages of a short story from Italo Calvino’s Under the Jaguar Sun (as the king), listening to these voices can potentially transform our notion of listening itself, as well as our understanding of what a “self” is and could be. Life Beside Itself: Imagining Care in the Canadian Arctic (University of California Press, 2014) shows us this by exploring formulations and practices of life, death, and care in a history and ethnography of Canadian policies and attitudes toward the Inuit during two epidemics, a tuberculosis epidemic (1940s-early 1960s) and a suicide epidemic (1980s-present). In juxtaposing those two cases, the book considers different forms of “care,” bureaucratic and otherwise. In her archival and ethnographic research, Stevenson works as a collector of images, paying careful attention to the ways that they give meaning to life itself, even and especially amid conditions of uncertainty and confusion. The first three chapters of the book trace the practices of anonymous care that characterized the two epidemics in question, considering how the Canadian North has functioned as a massive laboratory for transforming Inuit into Canadian citizens. Whether the biopolitical project operated on tubercular or suicidal subjects, Inuit people were conceptualized as serialized bodies that needed to be brought back to health. Life Beside Itself shows that despite this, Inuit were never fully made into biopolitical subjects: instead, we come to know the friends and acquaintances that animate Stevenson’s work as they cultivate multiple forms of life and of care. This is a beautiful and thoughtful book that will reward a wide range of readers, whether they come to it with an interest in health care and its histories, in the Canadian North, in forms of life and death, or simply in a moving and generously narrated story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

1hr 8mins

5 Mar 2015

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Lisa Stevenson, “Life Beside Itself: Imagining Care in the Canadian Arctic” (University of California Press, 2014)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Lisa Stevenson‘s new book opens with two throat-singing women and one listening king. Whether we hear them sitting down to a normal night’s dinner (as the women) or stalking the pages of a short story from Italo Calvino’s Under the Jaguar Sun (as the king), listening to these voices can potentially transform our notion of listening itself, as well as our understanding of what a “self” is and could be. Life Beside Itself: Imagining Care in the Canadian Arctic (University of California Press, 2014) shows us this by exploring formulations and practices of life, death, and care in a history and ethnography of Canadian policies and attitudes toward the Inuit during two epidemics, a tuberculosis epidemic (1940s-early 1960s) and a suicide epidemic (1980s-present). In juxtaposing those two cases, the book considers different forms of “care,” bureaucratic and otherwise. In her archival and ethnographic research, Stevenson works as a collector of images, paying careful attention to the ways that they give meaning to life itself, even and especially amid conditions of uncertainty and confusion. The first three chapters of the book trace the practices of anonymous care that characterized the two epidemics in question, considering how the Canadian North has functioned as a massive laboratory for transforming Inuit into Canadian citizens. Whether the biopolitical project operated on tubercular or suicidal subjects, Inuit people were conceptualized as serialized bodies that needed to be brought back to health. Life Beside Itself shows that despite this, Inuit were never fully made into biopolitical subjects: instead, we come to know the friends and acquaintances that animate Stevenson’s work as they cultivate multiple forms of life and of care. This is a beautiful and thoughtful book that will reward a wide range of readers, whether they come to it with an interest in health care and its histories, in the Canadian North, in forms of life and death, or simply in a moving and generously narrated story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

1hr 8mins

5 Mar 2015

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