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30 : Mental Health, Mindfulness and Money with Joyce Marter

The Mindful FIRE Podcast

Welcome to the mindful fire podcast where we explore living mindfully on the path to financial independence and beyond I'm your host, Adam and I'm so glad you're here. On today's episode, I'm joined by my new friend, Joyce Marter, a psychotherapist entrepreneur, author, and speaker who has helped millions take control and lead abundant and joyful lives.Joyce is a licensed clinical professional counselor for over 20 years. And she's the founder of urban balance, a counseling practice. She launched in 2004 with just $500 while having $50,000 in student loans, . She grew urban balanced to over a hundred therapists, working from locations across the United States and ultimately sold urban balance to refresh mental health in 2017, where it  grosses over $5 million annually And Joyce is also the author of the upcoming book. The financial mindset fix a mental fitness program for an abundant life, which will be coming out in July of this year. You can, pre-order her book at financialmindsetfix.com or wherever you get your books. You can find the full show notes for today's episode, including all the links, books, and resources we discussed in the episode at  Mindful fire.org/30.I really enjoyed this conversation with my friend Joyce Marter , and I hope that you enjoyed as well. 

1hr 8mins

25 May 2021

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011: Creating your financial fitness plan with Joyce Marter

Speaking of Phenomenal Podcast

Meet Joyce:Joyce Marter, LCPC has been a licensed psychotherapist for over 20 years, is an entrepreneur and Founder of Urban Balance, Adjunct Faculty at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, an International Speaker, and the author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life which will be published by Sounds True this July. Joyce is frequently interviewed as an expert in the media and has been featured in outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, CNN and MTV. CONNECT:WEBSITEClick here To Pre-Order the Book: The Financial Mindset Fix by psychotherapist and entrepreneur Joyce Marter FACEBOOK -  LINKEDIN - TWITTER  - INSTAGRAM*************************FREE  DOWNLOAD*******************Follow along @SpeakingofphenomenalSupport the showINTRO/OUTRO MUSIC (used with permission)  WOMAN Performed by Tiffany Villarreal Instagram Written by Greg Buddy Bangs Reed Jr, Michael Big Mike Hart Jr, Taura Stinson, Tiffany Villarreal--------------------------------------------------------------------- Podcast artwork by Caffeination Design --------------------------------------------------------------------- HoneyBookSave 50% off your 1st year with HoneyBook Orgain Save 30% your 1st orderUse code AMYBOYLEPHOTO at checkoutDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/amyboylephoto)

33mins

4 May 2021

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Emotional Health - Express Anger - with Joyce Marter

The YOGI M.D. Podcast

Joyce Marter has been a licensed psychotherapist for over twenty years and is the Founder of Urban Balance, an insurance-friendly counseling practice that currently has over 160 therapists working from seventeen locations in six states. She is an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University and a Past-Chair of the Midwest Region of the American Counseling Association.Joyce is routinely consulted as a mental health expert in the media, featured in such outlets as The Wall Street Journal, CNN and MTV. She is a member of the National Speakers Association and is a national keynote speaker. Her book, The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life, will be published by Sounds True in July.This is one of four episodes of the Emotional Health Domain, where we learn how to experience and express our emotions, respond to others’ feelings, and show compassion. In this episode, we focus on the healthy expression of anger, anger’s imposters, and the number of ways we benefit when we learn to forgive our transgressors.Resources:https://www.joyce-marter.com/Mindful MinuteMeditation - Anchoring is a way to settle the mind on a sensation. It can be your breath, a sound, sight, or touch. When your mind wanders, bring it back.We will focus in our bodies, from our feet to the top of our heads. feet and ankles, legs and knees, thighs and hips, abdomen and chest, back, upper arms and shoulders, elbows and forearms, wrists and hands, head and neck. Now pick one area and stay there.Music:The YOGI MD Podcast Theme Music by Lisette Kelly (bass and guitar), Maya Bishop (vocals), & Nadine Kelly (percussion); Produced by Tim

42mins

3 Mar 2021

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Becker Group Women’s Leadership Podcast: Episode 89 – Joyce Marter

Becker Group Podcast Series

This episode features Joyce Marter. She is a Keynote speaker, trainer, author, coach, and media contributor. She is also the Founder of Urban Balance. Urban Balance is a counseling group practice that grew to over 100 therapists working from ten locations in three states during her tenure as CEO before she successfully sold to Refresh Mental Health in 2017. Here she discusses her goals, growing and selling Urban Balance, women leaders she admires, advice for leaders, and more.

20mins

19 Sep 2019

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Becker Group Women’s Leadership Podcast: Episode 89 – Joyce Marter

Becker Group Business of Media and Marketing

This episode features Joyce Marter. She is a Keynote speaker, trainer, author, coach, and media contributor. She is also the Founder of Urban Balance. Urban Balance is a counseling group practice that grew to over 100 therapists working from ten locations in three states during her tenure as CEO before she successfully sold to Refresh Mental Health in 2017. Here she discusses her goals, growing and selling Urban Balance, women leaders she admires, advice for leaders, and more.

20mins

19 Sep 2019

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Becker Group Women’s Leadership Podcast: Episode 89 – Joyce Marter

The Becker Group Women's Leadership Podcast

This episode features Joyce Marter. She is a Keynote speaker, trainer, author, coach, and media contributor. She is also the Founder of Urban Balance. Urban Balance is a counseling group practice that grew to over 100 therapists working from ten locations in three states during her tenure as CEO before she successfully sold to Refresh Mental Health in 2017. Here she discusses her goals, growing and selling Urban Balance, women leaders she admires, advice for leaders, and more.

20mins

19 Sep 2019

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How One Woman Created a Multi-Million Dollar Company For a Real Life with Joyce Marter – Episode #19

Think Tank of Three Podcast

Some people want a family someday but have no idea how that could work with work.Some others have children and then have the mom guilt or the dad guilt.While you're at work, you feel guilty about being away from your child and when you're with your child you feel guilty that you're maybe missing out on something with work or you're not keeping up.One woman created a company to help professionals keep growing their personal careers and still have family time.It was so successful she sold her company for millions.Your three show hosts:
Kathryn Janicek is a media coach and public speaking trainer. She produces the best YOU. You can find her at www.kathrynjanicek.comAudrea Fink is a business development coach. She works at a large law firm in Seattle and LOVES working with lawyers. Seriously.Julie Holton owns the marketing agency, mConnexions. Her company helps with SEO, digital marketing, blogging and your entire online marketing strategy. She's at www.mconnexions.com.

49mins

11 Jul 2019

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EA216: The Psychology of Success with Entrepreneur Psychotherapist Joyce Marter [Podcast]

EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage

The Psychology of Success So much of our success and failure as entrepreneur architects is determined by our mindsets. It’s all in your head! What’s keeping you from growing? How do you properly  set boundaries around your firms and families? What about the importance of visions and planning your life? How about the seasons of our lives determining the timeline for our success? This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, The Psychology of Success with Entrepreneur Psychotherapist Joyce Marter. Background Joyce Marter is a licensed psychotherapist and the founder of Urban Balance, a multisite counseling practice that she started and grew to over 100 therapists working in 9 locations in Chicago and St. Louis during her 13 years as CEO. She has a passion for applying psychology to business.  She’s a public speaker, a corporate trainer, and she has been featured as an expert on media outlets like Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, CNN, MTV and more. Origin Story Joyce went to school at Ohio State, and when she started she had no idea what she wanted to do. She chose psychology, sociology and humanities since she was interested in learning more about it. She quickly learned that she was interested in learning about people’s thinking, emotions, experiences, and how we’re shaped by our experiences in life. She attended Northwestern for her graduate degree in counseling psychology. After that, she feel accidentally into entrepreneurship. She saw a need for an insurance-friendly counseling practice. Though she went through ups and downs, her practice grew quickly. Did you plan to grow into such a large business? As Joyce worked on her business, she worked on herself personally. Sine they’re two sides of the same coin, the business organically grew as she grew herself. There was a need for insurance-friendly therapy and for jobs for therapists. One person at a time, her business grew leaps and bounds. Was there fear in launching your own business? Many people told her she was too young, that the market was too saturated, and that there was too much competition. She set strict boundaries for herself and people laughed at her. There was a lot of fear in it. She took the feedback with a grain of thought and forged ahead anyway. How did you find the balance between your family and your business? Joyce planned her career in the context of her life, not the other way around. She visualized the life she wanted to have with her family, and planned around that. As a mom and provider, she puts great value on her time and puts parameters around her day. Taking care of our selves allows us to think more clearly and be more productive and joyous in our work. Because Joyce prioritizes her family, it has helped her delegate and find great people to partner with instead of trying to control and do everything herself. What was the first step to create your plan and vision? How many weeks a year do you want to take off? What do you want your work week to look like? What’s your prime target of hours? What of those are from home? When do you need to be home for your family? Build boundaries around those and make them non negotiable. Next, imagine financially what you want to make. Aim high and visualize that. Focus on what’s being supported. Let it take shape organically based on what’s going on at work and at home. How did you plan for future seasons? From a psychology perspective, there are different phases of development that impact where our energy and time go. For Joyce, career growth happen in stages and steps. There may be a push to grow, and then a pause to maintain there. How do you combat the fear in your head that gets in your way of taking the next step forward? Eckert Tolle, author of The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment and A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose, says, “Whenever you feel inferior or superior to someone else, that’s your ego.” All the negative, neurotic mind chatter comes from our ego. Instead, be present in the moment by practicing mindfulness. Develop the skill to observe your thoughts rather than believing everything your inner critic is saying. Start practicing meditation to reboot and become aware of your thoughts. Believe in yourself in order to sell yourself to someone else. Be your own most compassionate coach and advocate as you move through building and running your business. If you’re interested in getting started with meditation, check out Headspace or Calm. Whether it’s balance, an integrated life, or success at a high level, start to understand who you are to get out of your head and achieve all that you’re planning. What’s getting in my way of doing the things I know I should do? We all have self sabotaging behaviors, and we all create patterns that are familiar unless we choose something different. We need an accountability partner – whether it be a coach, therapist, another architect or business partner – that you get together with periodically about staying on track. For Joyce, each Monday her and a friend email each other with 5 things that they want to do in the coming week for their business growth but they fear they won’t get to. At the end of the week, if they don’t get to those 5 things, they need to explain to one another why that is. When you have stress in your life, another really important skill is learning how to manage that. Learning how to detach and move through it without being reactive will help. Challenges are always opportunities for growth. You cannot do these things alone, accountability is crucial. It helps us grow to the best version of ourselves and live a greater version of our lives. What is the one thing that small firm architects can do today to build a better business tomorrow? “Practice gratitude. Keep a gratitude journal and, every day, write down three things you’re thankful for. This will teach you to focus on the positive. When you’re positive, you’ll attract more positivity and success into your life.”  – Joyce Marter, Urban Balance Connect with Joyce online at UrbanBalance.com and Joyce-Marter.com or find her on social media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Visit our Platform Sponsors Freshbooks is the easy way to send invoices, manage expenses, and track your time. Access your free 30 day trial at EntreArchitect.com/FreshBooks. (Enter EntreArchitect) ARCAT has huge libraries of free content, Specs, CAD, BIM and more. No registration required. Want to collaborate with colleagues in real time? Visit EntreArchitect.com/ARCAT and click Charrette for more information. Referenced in this Episode Join The EntreArchitect Community on Facebook Download the Profit For Small Firm Architects course for FREE. Leave a Rating and Review at iTunes The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment (book) A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose (book) EntreArchitect LIVE in New York! Join us on June 20, 2018. We’re putting together a workshop that will talk all about success in architecture and will introduce the 4 P’s of the EntreArchitect Business Framework. The post EA216: The Psychology of Success with Entrepreneur Psychotherapist Joyce Marter [Podcast] appeared first on EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects.

43mins

20 Apr 2018