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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lola Wright. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lola Wright, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lola Wright. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lola Wright, often where they are interviewed.

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Cynthia with Lola Wright

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Everything that exists in your life experience was preceded by a thought. Our business is a collection of thoughts that is constantly giving us feedback. In order to produce the results you desire, you must become curious about the primary fear-based thought that is motivating all of your activity. As you distinguish that thought, you will break open to new levels of success and aliveness in your business.
Jul 31 2020 · 21mins
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In Reverence to Our Humanity with Lola Wright

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When a person, a community, or a nation face rock bottom, how do they rebuild, if at all? The upcoming Jewish holiday of Tisha B'Av offers a spiritual starting place for this timely question. Join Rabbi Lizzi in conversation with Reverend Lola Wright as they consider personal responsibility, coronavirus and the fight for civil rights — as well as the potential of "this now moment."

You can learn more about Lola through her website, or by checking out her new seven-week course, Normal White People, that asks participants to uncover biases and shift habituated patterns around race from drama to curiosity.

Jun 24 2020 · 28mins

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6. Living in an Integrated State with Lola Wright

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As a coach, consultant, and radical truth-teller, Lola Wright is a powerful force for love and transformation on this planet. In today’s conversation, we explore ways to break free from victim, villain, and hero consciousness, how to live with more joy and take radical self-responsibility, and how to move from the thinking mind into the body. We also talk about the collective trauma around racism in America, releasing limiting beliefs, and Lola shares tangible tools to center yourself and connect with your internal guidance.

In this episode of Activate:

  • How to break free from victim, villain, and hero consciousness
  • Why you need to get radically curious about your choices
  • The collective trauma around racism in America
  • Helping leaders with radical self-responsibility and limiting beliefs
  • Getting intimately close with your fears to live in alignment
  • Moving from the thinking mind into the body
  • Tangible tools to center yourself and connect with your internal guidance

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Jun 23 2020 · 57mins
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Special Guest Lola Wright - Part 2

Jun 19 2020 · 26mins

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Special Guest Lola Wright - Part 1

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Lola is trained as a certified 15 Commitments Coach with the Conscious Leadership Group, Coach with the Life Mastery Institute, Personal Integration Practitioner through Transformations: School of Integrative Psychology, Ordained Minister through Emerson Theological Institute, Doula Trainee with MamaGlow, and former Program Leader with Landmark Worldwide. Additionally, Lola held her Series 7 Securities License and Real Estate Brokers License for nearly two decades. 

Lola is a wildly devoted partner to her husband with whom she facilitates couples coaching, classes, retreats, and workshops. Lola and her husband are master practitioners of the mundane and are raising four brilliantly creative children.

To learn more, visit lolawright.com

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Jun 12 2020 · 32mins
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Think Clearly Under Pressure (with Lola Wright)

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Even with social distancing feeling like the new normal, advertising and marketing professionals must continue grappling with the constraints a 'work from home' lifestyle puts on their professional and personal lives.

The real-life distance from colleagues and clients, increased connection via technology, and general state of uncertainty around the economy, make coping with this current way of life quite challenging. This episode features Lola Wright, a Conscious Leadership coach and consultant, who supports teams from a diverse array of industries through transition and conflict. Listen in, as she discusses how advertising professionals - or anyone - can think clearly and productively in these adverse and unusual times.

Apr 28 2020 · 24mins
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Season 2/Episode 5: Transformation and the Power of Letting Go with Lola Wright

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I love spending time with amazing human beings that have experienced the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of life, and Lola Wright is one of those people. She has persevered, but perseverance is just the beginning. The CEO and Spiritual Director of the Bodhi Spiritual Center and I will talk growth at the hands of pain, and how transformation and fulfillment come from letting go.
Aug 13 2019 · 1hr 21mins
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064 - Lola Wright - Master Practitioner of Awareness

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Lola Wright is a fierce and loving community leader supporting individual transformation in service of collective awakening. She’s the CEO & Spiritual Director of Bodhi Center, a global center for consciousness engaging change agents and explorers in Chicago and around the world and founder of “Normal white people,” a platform designed to deconstruct racism among white identified people. Wild and passionate mom of four.

Lola and Sarah discuss white supremacy, racism, The Bible, and consciousness...so, this is a super light episode, you guys. Enjoy!

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May 29 2019 · 44mins
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True You Summit: Lola Wright - How discontent can serve our higher good and what to do about it

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May 09 2019 · 39mins
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Modern Community with Lola Wright

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The way we gather is changing. The number of traditional faith communities continues to decline as we move into a post-religious society. The question becomes, where will we go for support when we really need it? How do we create a new kind of community that transcends religious dogma and cultivates consciousness, curiosity and connection? And is it possible to build that kind of community in the workplace?  

Today, we’re joined by Lola Wright, the CEO and Spiritual Director of Chicago’s Bodhi Center, a community devoted to awakening individuals to live their inherent power and purpose. Known as a fierce and loving leader, Lola serves as a lightning rod for individual transformation in service of collective awakening. She is also the founder of Normal White People, a forum created to deconstruct racism among white-identified people, a member of the Chicago Brain Trust, and a featured speaker at TEDxChicago 2019.

Lola begins by sharing her take on what community looks like in modern society. She describes the intention behind the Bodhi Center, explaining how its philosophy of Oneness differentiates the center from traditional spiritual communities. Lola also discusses the role of conversations that matter and enduring commitment in creating true community and invites us to examine whether our lived experience aligns with our declared values. Listen in for Lola’s insight on creating a work environment where the whole human is welcome and learn why curiosity is essential in overcoming polarization and embracing diverse perspectives.

Themes explored in this week’s episode:
  • Lola’s take on what community looks like in a post-religious society
  • The unwillingness of traditional faith communities to evolve with mainstage societal issues
  • The intention behind Bodhi and how its philosophy of Oneness differentiates it from traditional spiritual communities
  • Why Lola sees conversations that matter as a defining element of community
  • The connection between a transactional society and immaturity around the commitment it takes for community to exist
  • Lola’s invitation to examine whether your lived experience aligns with your declared values
  • The value in creating a work environment where the whole human is welcome
  • Lola’s five core feeling states and how resistance causes negative feelings to grow
  • Lola’s advice on getting to know yourself through daily journaling and the presencing technique
  • The danger in outsourcing your security, approval and control
  • Why curiosity is essential in navigating diverse perspectives
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Apr 10 2019 · 51mins