James and Betty Robison To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/908/29 Watch James and Betty Robison from LIFE Today https://www.listennotes.com/e/d294d9499d1747e2a63830ee453b1a45/
We all want to be known- it’s a deep need inside of everyone. We want to have people in our lives we can count on to hold onto us even when we lose it a little. But, that gets tricky. On one hand, we don’t want to be a bummer to our friends. We don’t want to weigh them down. On the other hand, we want to be people others can count on. We want to build ideas, companies, and lives that are strong and put together. But, when life gets too much, or when we experience loss or trauma, the worst thing possible is to realize you’re on your own. Maybe you’re going through something difficult right now. Or, perhaps you have something painful that you’ve been holding onto. If you don’t, you certainly will in the future- there’s no escaping hardship, pain, or loss no matter what path you’re on. So, what will it look like to build the type of authentic connections you really need? I’m so glad we could have my friend, Sheila Walsh, on the podcast to help us navigate these big ideas. ??Sheila Walsh grew up in Scotland and has spoken to over six million women around the world. Her passion is being a Bible teacher, making God’s Word practical, and sharing her own story of how God met her when she was at her lowest point and lifted her up again. Sheila loves writing, has sold almost six million books and is a national bestselling author. She is also the cohost of the television program Life Today, airing in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia, with almost one billion potential viewers daily. Calling Texas home, Sheila lives in Dallas with her husband, Barry; her son, Christian; and two little dogs, Tink and Maggie, who rule the roost. Also on the episode: Producer & Co-host : Scott Schimmel The Dream Big Academy Living a focused, engaged life of love, adventure, and impact shouldn't be a mystery. It's what we're all wired for, it's what we all long for. But, it's not the norm. From all the places I've traveled to and the people I've met, I know that most people don't experience that kind of life. They feel... Like they're missing out on a different life, a life that others seem to experience. That it should've all just worked out by now, but it hasn't. Frankly, like they're languishing- and this must be as good as it gets. But, there's so much more... That's why we started putting these digital courses together. I can't travel everywhere, and not everyone can travel to me. But, what if there was a way to share life together and walk through these simple ideas I've been learning? Before, we've released these courses one at a time. Then we'd close the registration. But through the pandemic, we learned that a LOT of people want to keep growing, and they're looking for a framework they can trust. So, we put them all together- 6 interactive digital courses. Two specifically designed to help you identify and unleash your big ambitions. One for budding authors. Another for speakers. A course for your family. A course for your career. With more coming in the future. And, since we already have Bob Weekly as a monthly subscription for exclusive content, we threw that in there, too. The Dream Big Academy is the place to go for people wanting to get serious about the shape of their lives. I'd love for you to learn more- maybe even watch a short webinar we put together that goes into more detail. Sign up for the Dream Big Academy
Randy Robison and Sheila Walsh: Christmas Shoes and Smiles
LIFE Today on Oneplace.com
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/619/29Randy and Sheila look forward to the annual outreach to provide necessary surgeries for many children and new shoes for 150,000 children around the world.
"We're really focused on the core fundamentals of organisational clarity, communicating that clarity, over-communicating that clarity, minimising confusion and politics. And when that's present, then you have the good stuff. And for me, the good stuff is that you're creating that environment for people to flourish and thrive." Sheila Walsh. Sheila Walsh takes me through the tumultuous year in a tech company in the travel sector. We talk about keeping teams engaged when everyone is remote working and about the lack of spontaneity in a remote environment. Sheila talks about what it is like to work in a people-centric organisation that is driven by the Leadership Team and cascaded down - the LT have a team coach and no chance to get comfortable or complacent. She shares that CarTrawler has upgraded its high-performance focus to 'healthy high-performance'. We talk about finding meaning and purpose, rabbit-holes, pixie-dust, growth mindset, learning and more. Sheila Walsh is Chief People Officer at CarTrawler. A hands-on and motivated HR professional, Sheila has a broad range of experience across many sectors including; software, telco, publishing, healthcare and not-for-profit. She strongly believes that the provision of meaning and purpose within the workplace results in engaged employees who live and breathe the behaviours that support sustained business success. She holds an MBS in Business Practice from University College Cork, is an accredited Life Coach & Lifeskills Consultant and is an associate member of CIPD. She is a Board Director of Self-Help Africa UK. Connect with Sheila: On LinkedIn Resources: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Patrick Lencioni
49. Shaping your daughter’s heart through prayer with Sheila Walsh
Pardon the Mess with Cynthia Yanof
What are some things you wish you would have learned earlier in your Christian walk? I can think of so many, but I find myself wanting my kids to figure out early on that knowing about God isn’t the same as knowing God. A key ingredient to this is how we communicate with God in prayer. We’re talking about this and lots more with Sheila Walsh on Pardon the Mess today. She reminds us that vulnerability is a key component in teaching our kids how to work through the hard stuff they face. Suffering and pain will always exist, but in the middle of it we have the opportunity to point our kids back to God. Be sure to check out Sheila’s new devotional, Praying Girls Devotional: 60 Days to Shape your Heart and Grow your Faith Through Prayer. I know you’re going to love this conversation with Sheila Walsh as much as I did!
100: Moms Sipping Sangria and Talking Wine with Sheila Walsh and Anita MacArthur
Unreserved Wine Talk
What’s the quickest way to chill a bottle of wine? How can the lemon and butter test help you pair wine with food? Which wines should you use for sangria? And why are online wine courses surging in popularity? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Sheila and Anita for the Moms Sipping Sangria podcast. Highlights Which hilariously named Sangria recipe should you try today? How did an unintentional restaurant order spark my passion for wine? Which aspects of Pinot Noir will you find especially inviting? Why should you serve Pinot Noir in a big glass? What red wine components might give you a headache? What influences your buying decisions when shopping for wine? How can you safely expand your wine horizons the next time you go to a store or restaurant? Are there certain things you should consider before ordering the house wine? What do you need to know about low-cal wines? What's my take on homemade wine? Why should you consider giving canned and Tetra Pak wines a try? Should you always serve wine at room temperature? Are there advantages to you taking a wine and food pairing class online versus in person? What simple tip can you apply to improve your wine and food pairing today? How can you use the "wet t-shirt trick" to quickly cool a bottle of white wine? What are your best bets for choosing wine for Sangria? How should you drink Rosé? About Moms Sipping Sangria Long-time friends Sheila Walsh and Anita Reynolds MacArthur are experts on parenting tweens, teens, and young adults. What makes them experts? For starters, they are each raising three children (yep, that’s SIX kids combined!) ranging in age from 11-21. Although they are in the trenches trying to raise good human beings while managing full-time careers, they appear to be surviving the teen years (knock on wood!). Anita is the former Senior Editor for Lifestyle & Parenting at Walmart.ca. She is a Digital/Print Content Specialist with extensive experience in Educational Publishing K-12. Sheila is a professional Broadcaster, voice talent and Media Professor at The Faculty of Media and Creative Arts at Humber College. To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the https://www.nataliemaclean.com/100.