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Suzanne Tucker

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Empowering Families with Mindfulness Tools with Suzanne Tucker

Innovation City

Today's guest is Suzanne Tucker, founder and CEO of Generation Mindful, a global brand that's on a mission to raise an emotionally healthy world. In this episode, Suzanne sits down with the team to discuss the importance of teaching children about emotional health, advice for parents, and her own journey that led to focusing on mindfulness for families. “The solution comes in the way we raise children without shame.” -Suzanne Tucker

19mins

2 Aug 2022

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Suzanne Tucker on the California Look and Beyond

The Chairish Podcast

San Francisco designer Suzanne Tucker has been a force in the design world virtually sinceshe started as “secretary” to iconic designer Michael Taylor, who is credited with creatingthe California Look. In this intimate look at her career, she talks about her transition tobecoming Taylor’s protégé and successor, how she managed to thrive in San Francisco’smale-dominated design scene of the 1980s, the launch of her fabric line, why she considersantiques and vintage pieces to be crucial, how clients have changed over the years, and whylearning what your clients don’t like can often be your most effective tool. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

47mins

6 Apr 2022

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Suzanne Tucker on the California Look and Beyond

The Chairish Podcast

San Francisco designer Suzanne Tucker has been a force in the design world virtually sinceshe started as “secretary” to iconic designer Michael Taylor, who is credited with creatingthe California Look. In this intimate look at her career, she talks about her transition tobecoming Taylor’s protégé and successor, how she managed to thrive in San Francisco’smale-dominated design scene of the 1980s, the launch of her fabric line, why she considersantiques and vintage pieces to be crucial, how clients have changed over the years, and whylearning what your clients don’t like can often be your most effective tool. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

47mins

6 Apr 2022

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The education of a designer, with Suzanne Tucker [Rebroadcast]

Business of Home Podcast

Suzanne Tucker earned her stripes working first for Peter Hood in London, then for iconic California designer Michael Taylor. Now she leads Tucker & Marks, one of the west coast’s most prestigious firms. On this episode of the podcast, she tells Dennis Scully some incredible tales from her storied career, shares the secret to working well with architects, and explained how clients have (and haven’t) changed over the years.This episode is sponsored by Juniper Market. For the latest industry news, jobs listings, and more great podcasts,  visit Business of Home

57mins

3 Jan 2022

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Mark Weaver with Interior Designer Suzanne Tucker of Tucker & Marks

Designers at Home

Join Mark Weaver and interior designer Suzanne Tucker on Designers at Home. Suzanne is known for her personal approach and enduring style, attention to detail and her passion for architecture and the decorative arts. Her award-winning projects are frequently published in magazines worldwide. Architectural Digest has honored her repeatedly on the AD100 list of top designers and she is included in the Elle Décor A-list. Suzanne serves on the national ICAA Board, the Board of Directors of the Hearst Castle Preservation Foundation, and the West Coast Council of The Garden Conservancy. She is also the Chair of the San Francisco Fall Show. To learn more about Suzanne Tucker you can visit her website www.tuckerandmarks.com or follow her on Instagram @suzanne_tucker Be sure to keep up to date on 'Designers at Home' by following @markweaverandassociates on Instagram

48mins

17 Sep 2021

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The education of a designer, with Suzanne Tucker

Business of Home Podcast

Suzanne Tucker earned her stripes working first for Peter Hood in London, then for iconic California designer Michael Taylor. Now she leads Tucker & Marks, one of the west coast’s most prestigious firms. On this episode of the podcast, she tells Dennis Scully some incredible tales from her storied career, shares the secret to working well with architects, and explained how clients have (and haven’t) changed over the years.This episode is sponsored by Room & Board and Crypton.For the latest industry news, jobs listings, and more great podcasts,  visit Business of Home

58mins

3 May 2021

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Fresh ways to help your kids manage emotions with Generation Mindful founder Suzanne Tucker

The Motherly Podcast

Liz talks to Suzanne Tucker, positive parenting educator, physical therapist, and founder of Generation Mindful, which makes evidence-based toys and tools to help parents and educators teach kids emotional skills. Suzanne helps Liz understand her positive parenting approach and offers new ways to help kids manage tantrums and volatile emotions, as well as tips on staying present amidst parenting chaos.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

40mins

8 Jan 2021

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222: Raising Mindful Children with Suzanne Tucker

Healthy Living With Naturopath Angela Busby - Your Health, Nutrition and Wellness Resource

In this episode we have the pleasure of speaking with the inspiring Suzanne Tucker who is a massive influence in the world of parenting. Suzanne, mom of four, has been a physical therapist and parent educator for over 27 years. Generation Mindful was founded based on a need she was seeing in her positive discipline classes. Parent and educators were loving the science of positive discipline, but struggling to take the science of connection practically into everyday life, particularly when they were feeling stressed or their children were acting out. During our chat we hear about some foundational theories and information about raising strong emotionally intelligent children as well as practical take away tips to implement straight away. Enjoy this inspiring episode with Suzanne Tucker Genmindful.com Facebook - Genmindful Instagram - Genmindful Time In Toolkit - Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this episode the best compliment you can give is a referral, so please share this with your friends and remember to subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher and write us a review! This show is about you, the listener, so get involved and send us your feedback, questions and topic suggestions at busbynaturopathics.com/podcast -  email us at podcast@busbynaturopathics.com Join us in the health journey by following us on: Facebook | Instagram | Youtube Please note: The information given in this podcast is for informational purposes only it is not intended as personal medical advise or treatment. We recommend that you seek advise from a licensed health care professional for your own personal circumstances before applying any new treatments discussed in this podcast.

58mins

31 Aug 2020

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Ep. 113: Generation Mindful with Suzanne Tucker

Sunshine Parenting

In this episode, I'm speaking with Suzanne Tucker of Generation Mindful, a website dedicated to helping kids learn how to regulate their emotions. Big Ideas While working as a physical therapist, Suzanne realized there was much more going on in people's wellbeing than just the physical body. The whole health approach to healing and wellness is what led her to start Generation Mindful. Parents and educators love the science of positive discipline but struggle to apply the science of connection practically in their everyday lives. Generation Mindful offers evidence-based tools and toys that make connection a habit in homes and schools. They nurture emotional intelligence via play and positive discipline. Generation Mindful helps people overcome perfectionism, feelings of inadequacy, and promote connection. Their mission is to raise an emotionally healthy world. Generation Mindful tools and toys can be found in 70 countries and their community is in nearly 100 countries around the world. Quotes Suzanne: "If you're looking to get on the superhighway of spiritual growth, just jump on it because you're going to find it in Parenthood." Suzanne: "Parenting makes life apparent." Suzanne: "It was that love of whole health and learning about ourselves and being on a spiritual journey myself that brought me into doing empowerment-based education with families." Suzanne: "We've got to make it easy. We've got to make it fun. We've got to get this evidence-based brain science into everyday life because people feel 'not enough' and it's not right." Audrey: "Instead of punishing someone for being dysregulated and needing to calm down, making it a thing that 'hey--we all have these moments. Let's find a way to just create a space where we can just feel good.'" Audrey: "Adults, we need this, too, the candle that smells good, the book we really like, that calms us down, and a cup of tea." Suzanne: "It's not just about education and support (because we need both of those.) What I found in my work is that children are concrete learners and so are adults. We are very much supported when we open a box--it's concrete." Suzanne: "It's really about embodying wisdom. It's about creating this community that inspires you and is there to hold your hand online. We've got all these online supports, the blog, a private community for anyone who goes through our six-week self-paced course." Suzanne: "It really starts from the inside out. And we're about supporting and inspiring you into what we think of as a mind shift into self-awareness first, 'connect before you correct' and just seeing misbehavior as an unmet need, without the guilt, and training ourselves out of shame as a motivator and guilt as a filter." Suzanne: "We are all about creating habits because habits lift us up. Habits just happen...We want to connect, but if it's not a habit, it's not happening." Suzanne: "It's really about the brain science of honoring emotions as sacred and integrating." Audrey: "Name it to tame it. We all talk about that." Suzanne: "Just by labeling the things that happened in the day and which mood group would I associate them with, is like the middle brain doing pushups. The hippocampus, that really important part of the brain that helps with emotional regulation, is going down, doing the pushups and it's training that part of the brain that wants to react. It's actually laying the neural synapsis so it can learn to respond." Suzanne: "Once we get over our fear we're empowered to show up powerfully with what is. Then we can source the tools and support to just be where we are and meet the child where they are." Audrey: "You see the kids' behavior is just like the tip of the iceberg and all those things going on underneath; it's like the behavior is just kind of a clue. Be curious. They aren't trying to ruin your day or be terrible. They're communicating something that they're having difficulty articulating." Suzanne: "Where is the source of emotional intelligence in relationships? It's in pausing to look in each other's eye, to listen, to share. It is so simple, yet how hard it is in everyday modern life to carve out a sweet little five minutes to talk about things that matter?" Resources Genmindful.com Time-In ToolKit Snuggle Buddies and My Feeling Calendar Dr. Dan Siegel Free Positive Parenting Class from Generation Mindful (ENTER PASSWORD: FreeAccessClassOne) Related Posts/Podcasts If you liked this episode of the podcast, listen to or read: Ep. 110: Keep Calm & Parent On 10 Ways to Teach Kids to Calm Down Ep. 103: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids Ep. 97: Parenting the Challenging Child The Whole-Brain Child: Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture your Child’s Developing Mind, Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson Ep. 95: Raising a “Yes Brain” Child with Tina Payne Bryson

29mins

8 Nov 2019

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Space Makers: Suzanne Tucker

Space Makers

This month, Spaces Managing Editor Dan Jewett is in conversation with designer Suzanne Tucker. As co-founder of one of the largest design firms of its kind on the West Coast, Tucker has much to say on her inspirations, how travel influences her work and what it was like breaking into a once male-dominated industry.

37mins

5 Sep 2019

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