015 Emotional Freedom Technique Explained with Emma Johnson
Unlock Your Hidden Confidence
ABOUT THIS EPISODE – Change the way you deal with stress - Tap your way to good health, happiness and a successful business with EFT – Emotional Freedom Technique. This episode is all about EFT. Emma explains in detail what EFT is, where it originated from, how it can be used and she shares personal, transformational stories to highlight the benefits. We even go practical using an example around money blocks and money stress which you can join in with. This episode will have you tapping your stress away and help you Unlock Your Hidden Confidence! KEY TAKEAWAY “Without the heart there can be no understanding between the hand and the mind, that's what EFT means to me. So we feel things with the heart but we have to connect it to the to the brain as well and I use tapping for that” ‘Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate’ Carl Jung “It's so important to realise that there is so much more to you than the everyday routines that we do and if you're feeling stuck, trapped, EFT is the really easiest way that I found to release yourself from that. You don't have to say anything, just tap because you're born into a state of perfect balance, perfect contentment, perfect, you know, unlimited potential. And it's only life and the things that it throws at us and the programming that we get given. Usually they stand in the way, but it can change it can be undone, so never underestimate yourself” ABOUT EMMA JOHNSON Emma Johnson is the Founder and CEO of Inner Smile and Empowered Prosperity. She helps Introvert / HSP Entrepreneurs stop the Shame and Sabotage cycles of Procrastination, Playing Small and Proving their worth by overworking, over giving and under earning. An Advanced Master Trainer in Emotional Freedom Technique, Emma also certifies other Trailblazer Practitioners to help spread the healing ripple further. With a BA Hons in French and German, Emma has lived internationally for years and is now settled in North Lincolnshire with her beloved dog Boss. An avid fan of anything to do with Holistic Wellness, Emma has been studying and researching for over 30 years to bring all of her knowledge and intuition to her sessions with clients. Her purpose is to change the way we experience ourselves in this lifetime, through changing the way we deal with stress, money and our right to be here. Links: www.facebook.com/innersmilecoach Insta: @innersmilecoach Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emmajohnsoninnersmile/ www.empoweredprosperity.com ABOUT THE HOST – Lara is a Presence, Impact & Image Consultant, ILM Level 5 Approved Aspire Business Transformational Course Leader, Speaker and Co-Author of the International Bestselling book, The Law of Brand Attraction. Lara works with business leaders and entrepreneurs to Unlock Their Hidden Confidence to ensure they have maximum Impact & Influence through a Powerful, Authentic Personal Brand, Business Skills and Knowledge. She also has a thriving community of Ladies who love to wear colour and feel confident about the clothes they wear. Lara offer Seasonal Colour Analysis, style workshops, wardrobe reviews & declutters as well as a personal shopping service. If you are interested in working with Lara, please book a complimentary 20 minute curiosity call via Calendly https://calendly.com/lara-lauder/20mindiscovery THE NEXT ASPIRE FOR GREATNESS COURSE COMMENCES OCTOBER 2021. REGISTER YOUR INTEREST BY EMAILING email@example.com CONNECT WITH LARA - www.laralauder.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/laralauder/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unlockyourhiddenconfidence/ https://www.instagram.com/lara_lauder Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/confidencewithcolour HOSTED BY: Lara Lauder DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.
In this episode, we chat with the vivacious Emma Johnson Mcma in Normanby, Lincolnshire, United KingdomEmma is a master intuitive EFT/Tapping coach who helps Healers, Coaches & Practitioners break through the invisible wall around their dream income.As an Oracle and Energy Coach, she also shows Empaths and Highly Sensitives how to thrive in life, health and purpose, helping them find personal peace by letting go of past hurts with struggle so they can increase their capacity for, and comfort with, RECEIVING.Find Emma here:https://www.facebook.com/emmajohnson75And, empoweredprosperity.comhttps://www.facebook.com/innersmilecoachinstagram.com/innersmilecoach Note: Check out Sandy's online course, now called, ZOOM IN ... Three Keys to building confidence on camera for videos, Zoom, and social media.https://www.facebook.com/coachsandyevenson https://www.instagram.com/coachsandyevenson/ And visit Kay at http://www.shiftingintobalance.com/You may contact Kay for a complimentary clarity call at firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma is a Yoga instructor in Newcastle who has completed 500hrs in India in two separate stints to become a full Yoga Instructor. Such a full of life and positive person. Was very interesting to hear her story about Yoga, how everything played out almost perfectly for her to pursue this passion. Super interesting and insightful.HOPE YOU ENJOY!
Episode 17: Meet Our New Team Members: Savannah Bertrand and Emma Johnson
The Climate Conversation
For our final episode in Season 1, we wanted to take a minute (or twenty) to introduce you to our newest team members, Savannah Bertrand and Emma Johnson! Emma and Savannah both joined EESI in the spring and are bringing an immense amount of expertise to our communications and policy teams. Listen to learn what brought them both to EESI and what gets them up in the morning!
Award winning saxophonist and composer Emma Johnson is a Leeds based musician and the bandleader of Emma Johnson’s Gravy Boat. Emma’s music has been played on BBC Radio 3 and her writing has been described as ‘a relaxed, melodic and distinctive style of contemporary jazz’. Today she's our guest on a wonderful show recorded at House of Koko in Leeds. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thejazzpodcast)
Emma Johnson is a journalist author, speaker, and gender equality activists. She is the founder of wealthysinglemommy.com. The world's largest platform for single moms. She is the number one bestselling author of "The Kickass Single Mom." Get Emma's book: https://www.amazon.com/Kickass-Single-Mom-Financially-Independent/dp/014313115X Get Emma's white paper/survey findings here: https://www.wealthysinglemommy.com/wp-content/uploads/single_mom_income_time_FINAL.pdfEvan Schein is a partner with the firm and leads the firm’s litigation practice. More info at www.berkbot.comGet your own show! pod617.com can produce a podcast for you. Get in touch with us now at www.pod617.com/contact
Shared Parenting and Gender Equality with Emma Johnson
Society tells women that motherhood should be their primary source of fulfillment. This same pressure, however, is not put on men. Society pressures moms to live out this kid-focused lifestyle, deeming them lousy or lazy if they do not. Meanwhile, dads are simply let off the hook.In the same vein, women are advised to fight for full legal custody in divorce court, abiding by society’s expectations of what they should do. Emma Johnson, the blogger behind Wealthy Single Mommy, is here to fight that stigma and advocate for shared parenting.On this episode of Divorce, Healthy!, Emma discusses her research about how time-sharing between separated parents impacts single mothers’ income.“Moms with 50/50 schedules are 300 times more likely to earn $100,000 a year — 300 times more likely to earn six figures than moms with 100% time with their kids,” Emma says.The results of her research upend previous notions of feminism, debunking the idea that moms having sole, full legal custody of children is the best outcome. Not only is it beneficial for women to have 50/50 custody, it is also in the best interests of children, making them feel more at ease, loved, and less anxious.As Emma says, “It signals to them that: my parents are equal, they both are equally committed, they equally love me, and they’re here.”Tune in to this episode of Divorce! Healthy with Ashley-Nicole Russell, Collaborative Divorce Attorney serving Beaufort, Raleigh, and Greenville, NC.💡 Featured Guest 💡Name: Emma JohnsonWhat she does: Emma is the blogger behind Wealthy Single Mommy, a site dedicated to helping millions of women build full, successful lives as single moms. As a best-selling author, journalist, and expert on single-parent topics, Emma has created an online community for single moms across the globe.Noteworthy: In February, Emma launched a White Paper based on the findings of the Single Mom Income and Time-Sharing Survey, which polled 2,270 single mothers about their employment, income, time-sharing, and related feelings.Connect: About | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter🗝️ Key Points 🗝️Top takeaways from this Divorce, Healthy! episode ★ Don’t be afraid of 50/50 custody. Women are oftentimes pressured to fight for full legal custody of their children when filing for divorce. However, split custody agreements can lead to more favorable outcomes by giving women more time to devote to their careers, relationships, and own happiness.★ There’s a real need for systemic cultural changes. Society tells women that motherhood is their ultimate source of fulfillment. This needs to change, and it can begin with women putting themselves first and not feeling guilty about shared legal custody.★ Sharing legal custody benefits your kids’ mental health. It’s not only about improving single moms’ lifestyles — 50/50 custody agreements also benefit children. For a kid, seeing both parents equally committed to them establishes a sense of reassurance and reduces anxiety.⚡ Episode Insights ⚡[04:31] Equitable time-sharing benefits single moms’ income: According to Emma’s research, moms with 50/50 custody schedules are 300X more likely to earn a salary of $100,000 than moms with full legal custody of their kids.[10:49] Society reinforces a double standard: Our culture shames women who do not spend a certain amount of time with their kids. They’re deemed lousy moms and lousy people — but these same pressures aren’t placed on men.[13:45] Custody split = empowerment for men: Splitting custody equally helps dads to maintain stronger, healthier relationships with their children. They rise to the occasion and take more active parenting roles. [13:59] Give kids more security: Sharing custody equally also provides children with a greater sense of security. They see their parents as two equals who love them — equal responsibility holders, equal decision-makers, and equal participants in their life.[19:36] Look at the long game: Women who fight for sole or primary legal custody lose money-making opportunities and tend to become reliant on child support or alimony bills. Good attorneys will encourage their clients to look at the big picture. That is, look beyond that limited, monthly payout to realize shared custody agreements will open more doors for earning income.[27:51] A mainstream feminist issue: The more equality women have in terms of child custody, the more time they have to invest in their careers.Connect with ANR Law⭐ To inquire about speaking engagements, purchase your copy of Ashley-Nicole’s book “The Cure for Divorce Culture,” or to schedule your private orientation meeting, head to www.anrlaw.com.⭐ You can also find us on social media @ANRLaw.⭐ Read the Forbes article featuring Ashley-Nicole⭐ Find a better way forward, right here, on Divorce, Healthy! Subscribe in your preferred podcast app.⭐ Divorce Lawyer Ashely-Nicole Russell has law offices serving clients in Greenville, Raleigh, and Beaufort, North Carolina.
Getting Personal with Daphne Bugler and Isabella Hobbs
To kick off our third season of Getting Personal, we're joined by social media influencer Emma Johnson, also known as Emma's Rectangle. Having started YouTube at 12, Emma has been making videos for more than a decade, producing content that is relatable, honest and open for her ever-growing audience. In this episode, we chat to Emma about handling hate comments, confidence, fitness and everything emotional. This episode was sponsored by Wild, a natural deodorant company that we are absolutely obsessed with. Head over to wearewild.com now and get 20% off your first purchase with code PERSONAL to get a reusable case and some deodorant refills and make the switch to natural deodorant that actually works! https://www.wearewild.com/ Thank you so much to Emma for taking the time to speak to us. You can find her on Instagram at @emmasrectangle Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler and @hobbsima and on Twitter @getpersonalpod Our awesome episode illustration of Emma is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designs If you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review. See you next week!
Why 50/50 Parenting Really Means Equally Shared Responsibility with the Founder of Wealthy Single Mommy, Emma Johnson on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. #168
The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq.
In this episode, Susan Guthrie speaks with Author, Speaker and Activist, Emma Johnson, the Founder of Wealthy Single Mommy, about the highly charged topic of fully equal shared parenting and why it needs to become the norm in families. There are few topics that raise more emotion among parents than the issue of shared parenting time or 50/50 parenting. When parents separate, they must work out a plan that involves their children being raised in two households and often they find they have very different ideas of what is best for their kids. Enter Emma Johnson, Founder of Wealthy Single Mommy and Moms for Shared Parenting, who is a leading activist in the equal parenting movement who is here to challenge the long-held societal norms that we hold so close. The belief that children are best served when they are mostly with their mother and less with their father is still deeply embedded in many parents hearts and minds as they negotiate their parenting time. Emma recently conducted a Single Mom and Income Survey which mined data from thousands of single mothers and other sources which shows that, among other key take-aways, kids do best when they are with their parents equally and the only way to close the gender pay gap is to have equally shared parenting responsiblity between the genders. This is a fascinating discussion of so many key points that counter the societal norms of parenting, equality and gender roles. This episode is a must listen for everyone, not just parents going through divorce, and Emma Johnson is the voice of change that we all need to hear! More information about this week's Special Guest: Emma Johnson is a journalist, activist, and the creator of WealthySingleMommy.com, the largest single mom community in the world. A divorced mother of two who was herself raised by a single mother, Emma is the author of The Kickass Single Mom (Penguin), which was named by the New York Post as a “Smart, Must-Read.” Emma has been quoted on single motherhood and gender equality in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, The Doctors and hundreds of other outlets. Emma launched the activist group Moms for Shared Parenting as a call for policy and cultural change to focus on the benefits for children, women, men, feminism and our society when parents share equally in raising children. She has spoken about single motherhood and gender equality at the United Nations and Google. Get the Book: Read the white paper survey: single_mom_income_time_FINAL.pdf - Lumin Pdf See the video: Mom's for Shared Parenting ********************** SUSAN GUTHRIE, ESQ., the creator and host of The Divorce and Beyond Podcast, is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and divorce mediation attorneys in the country. 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How this #BossBabe paid for college through her accessory business with Emma Johnson
To kickoff the interview portion of She.E.Os, Jules and Madi sit down with Emma Johnson, founder of Oprah-approved accessory brand EmJohn. As a Gen-Z founder, Emma had no idea what she was doing when she started selling bracelets made with repurposed fabric from her grandfather’s ties. Fast forward a few years, and this #GirlBoss used her unexpected success to pay for her college education. Tune in to hear why Emma set the goal of paying for college through EmJohn, how she turned a hobby into a business, why close friends are so important to have, and what it’s like to balance EmJohn with a full-time job. Check out her Instagram @emjohnjewelry and shop her website with the promo code HAUTETAKES20 for 20% off your EmJohn purchases, effective through January 1st.