Welcome to episode #57!In this week's episode the guys chat with Keith Johnston as he shares his story about how a $15K phone bill due to porn use rocked his world. He also shares about how he came to terms with that moment and how it was a catalyst for him to get help!Porn use progressively gets worse Often we think porn use will get better over time and that we can just live our lives thinking it will go away on its own. But porn use progressively gets worse over time until eventually we engage in riskier behaviour we never thought we'd engage in. Keith learned this when he was caught at work looking at porn. Like him, if we don't get help we will act out in ways that once would've been unimaginable for us.We need to own our choicesTaking responsibility is an important step in getting porn out of our lives. We can't assume that help will force its way into our life, so we have to actively seek help and community to get porn out of our lives. For Keith, a $15,000 phone bill from porn use led him to realize he needed to engage with the process of healing and get help.You are not alone!One of the biggest lies is "I am the only one stuck in porn." We think nobody will understand or accept us, but God has open arms for us and as we seek Him, we can experience healing with Him and others. We can't beat this alone, we first need God's help and love, and then also need others who will journey with us. You are not alone, but you have to step out of the isolation and shame so that others can walk with you. You can experience full freedom with God's help!Share With Your FriendsWho do you know that can benefit from this podcast and other episodes coming in the future? Share it with them so they can subscribe as well.SubscribeNext week, Matt and Braden chat with ex-porn star, turned pastor, Brittni De La Mora. Tune in to hear her incredible story of finding the Lord while in the porn industry!ResourcesShiloh Youth RanchYour Pure Freedom Journey through Restored MinistriesPersonal 1-on-1 Coaching with one of Restored Ministries' trained coachesFamilyLife Canada: Resources and events to strengthen your marriageCovenant Eyes Accountability Software - use promo code RM30 for 30 days freePodcast HostsBRADEN HAFNERBraden is the Regional Director in Alberta for FamilyLife Canada. He has been married for 12 years to his wife Kristen, and they live in Edmonton, Alberta. He is passionate about seeing marriages grow and thrive, and helping couples move to a deeper oneness with one another and with God. FamilyLife Canada has a variety of resources and events to help you and your spouse take your marriage to the next level. See what would benefit you at www.familylifecanada.comMATT CLINEMatt and his wife Louise raise their little guys, David and Oliver, in Edmonton, Alberta. He is honored to do what he can to tackle the epidemic of pornography and sexual perversion in every way possible. Seeing lives and marriages get free and experience the love of God in profound ways is what drives him every day. He leads Restored Ministries, is a certified speaker and coach for the John Maxwell Team, and formerly played hockey in the WHL and for Hockey Canada. You can visit www.restoredministries.ca.
04 - La quarta puntata delle Interviste : sai chi ti saluta ? Keith Johnston - Elena Lah ci racconta ...
Seratona dedicata all'improvvisazione con Elena Lah che ci ha raccontato la sue esperienza di improvvisazione teatrale e che si è sottoposta alle mille domande con parecchia simpatia! Grazie Elena e grazie a tutti i presenti!
#76 How do we make decisions in complex times with Keith Johnston
We all make sense of the world differently and make meaning differently. As we move into complexity that becomes a greater challenge. Do you question the way decisions are taken in complex times? What might be going wrong in the way decisions are made in meetings?I have been observing senior executive meetings and providing feedback and I found Keith Johnston from Cultivating Leadership has some great insights on this topic.What insights you will get from this episode:Typical mistakes executives make in meetings.How early convergence and polite agreements get in the way of solving problems in complex times?Why letting go of – “holding on to rightness” – is so important?What assumptions get in the way of running a great meeting?Key ingredients of running meetings in complex times.About Keith JohnstonKeith Johnston co-authored with Jennifer Garvey Berger Simple Habits for Complex Times. Leadership development was the focus of his PhD. He has explored the capability for complexity required of senior leaders and how this might be enabled.Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.cultivatingleadership.com
TeamTalk Ep 4 - Keith Johnston: Simple Habits for Complex Times
TeamTalk - Dialogue That Delivers
This podcast features Keith Johnston, who is co-author of, in my opinion, one of the most powerful and influential books on organisational change written in the last 10 years. The book is titled Simple Habits for Complex Times and his co-author is Jennifer Garvey Berger.
“That can also happen in the game! In whatever match it is, it can all be going one way, the momentum’s going, and then suddenly a small event--as in complex systems--tips the system . . . and suddenly the whole game is transformed.” Keith Johnston, co-founder of Cultivating Leadership, writer, and passionate fan of the All Blacks, and Wendy talk sport(s) as an echo for human life, a way to understand complexity, and a source of fun.
Hallowed Histories Extra - Interview with Keith Johnston and Paul Frith
Paul Frith and Keith Johnston both lecture at the UEA, and will be at the Hallowed Histories screening of the Shuttered Room this November. The film is a heady mix of karate, Oliver Reed, family curses, shaky accents and HP Lovecraft. In this brief interview we scratch the surface of Eastmancolor and it's place in revolutionising cinema, and how it gave The Shuttered Room it's lurid look. Please leave a review, subscribe and recommend this podcast to anyone you know with an interest in East Anglia, history, folklore and the macabre. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if the spirit moves you.... This episode was recorded at the UEA media suite with research support from the Norwich Heritage Centre, with thanks to them both for their support. This episode was written by me, Richard Sheppard, with research by Dr Linda Sheppard.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedhistories/message