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020 "Living Centered in Authentic Community" featuring Shauna Niequist

Living Centered Podcast

Relationships are messy, and when you throw in a global pandemic, they get even more complicated.  As we all look to emerge from the last year and half, many of us could use a little of help re-engaging, and maybe even rebuilding, community.   Today’s guest, New York Times best-selling author, Shauna Niequist shares how she has leaned into the messiness of community over the last season even when it wasn’t comfortable or logistically easy and leaves us with some practical tips to do the same. 

53mins

7 Jun 2021

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GSNY Sermon 5.16.21 - Shauna Niequist

Good Shepherd New York

The sermon audio from May 16th, 2021.

19 May 2021

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Ep 112: Who was there? (A Conversation with Shauna Niequist)

10 Things To Tell You

Whenever I hear someone speak of a mentor or extra wise friend, I always think about my relationship with Shauna Niequist. We met working together at a summer camp when we were both young, and she then has offered me truth and guidance for more than two decades. Shauna Niequist is a NYT best-selling author of five books: Cold Tangerines, Bittersweet, Bread & Wine, Savor, and Present Over Perfect. She lives in New York City with her husband Aaron and their two sons. I wrote about Shauna in Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. in Chapter 2: Who was there? Shauna was there in one of the most important conversations of my life, when I called her heartbroken in Oklahoma and she answered the phone at exactly the right moment in Chicago.  In this episode, we talk about belonging, and magical moments, and books (because we both just love to talk about books). As usual, she left me with several things to ponder after we were done speaking, specifically about what we're actually saying when we share our pain.  Follow Shauna on IG Follow Shauna on FB FULL SHOW NOTES HERE Sponsors: Prose. Go to Prose.com/YOU for 15% off your first order. Raycon. Go to BuyRaycon.com/YOU for 15% off your order * Thank you for listening to 10 Things To Tell You. Rating and sharing the show really matters to finding an audience.  Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on IG Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on FB Follow @Laura.tremaine on IG Follow @mslauratremaine on FB Sign Up for episode emails Join the 10TTTY Connection Group Buy Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. by Laura Tremaine

1hr 5mins

13 Apr 2021

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Present Over Perfect Shauna Niequist

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Ms. Niequist shares her hurt, pain, and disappointment with the busyness of her life, and the distractions, the self judging, the attempts to be perfect and the resulting pain it generated vs. focusing in on the things that really matter.Learning to live life simply, appreciating God's creations, His love, nature.Being there for the ones in your inner circle. Being present for them vs. having everything perfect say the clothes all sorted, folded and clean - but rather spending time with family, and doing The Thing you were made to do by the Father.

15mins

22 Feb 2021

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153. How Your Jealousies Can Reveal The Life You Really Want w/ Shauna Niequist

Better Together with Maria Menounos

What's it going to take for you to FINALLY live the life you want to live?  For me it was a brain tumor. For Shauna Niequist, it was the painful realization that her stress, exhaustion, and overwhelm had turned into nothing: complete numbness. But wasn't Shauna was living her dream..? Multiple #NYT bestselling author, frequently booked international lecturer, and celebrated thought leader?    Despite the success, she realized that her inability to be present with the people she truly loved the most - her husband and her children - was the final straw. As she says in her bestseller #PresentOverPerfect: "It's very hard to be loved and connected to the people in your home when you're always bringing them your most exhausted self and resenting the fact that the scraps you're giving them aren't cutting it.”   Shauna's decision to choose presence over perfection wasn't an easy one; as she mentions in the interview, saying yes to some people means saying no to others. But if we're guaranteed to disappoint people, shouldn't we make those people the least important people, rather than our closest loved ones? In today's beautiful convo,  Shauna and I discuss how to make those decisions as we inevitably disappoint certain people in our lives so we can honor those we love the most. RESOURCES: Shauna's Website: https://www.shaunaniequist.com/ Shauna Nieqest: @SNiequist --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/better-together-w-maria/support

1hr 2mins

6 Oct 2020

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Ranking Memoirs (and Biopics) with Shauna Niequist!

List It with Jesse Carey

Shauna Niequist is the best-selling author of books including Present Over Perfect, Bread & Wine, Bittersweet, and Cold Tangerines, as well as a speaker, podcaster, foodie, and one of the coolest people I know. Today on List It, Shauna breaks down our favorite memoirs (and a couple of biopics). It's a really fun, (and, because it's Shauna) and smart conversation about telling great stories.

1hr 10mins

2 Oct 2020

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Shauna Niequist: Spread Too Thin

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Our lives have shrunk and our choices have been dramatically restricted. But the obligations never stopped, did they? How do we get off the achievement train and build a beautiful life within constraints? Writer Shauna Niequist was on the fast track to burnout when she received advice that changed the pace of her life entirely. Kate and Shauna talk about the productivity myths we believe and how to embrace a slower, smaller life marked by delight.For show notes, the transcript, and discussion questions: https://katebowler.com/podcasts/shauna-niequist-spread-too-thin/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

35mins

25 Aug 2020

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Episode 235: Shauna Niequist

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

One of our all-time favorite friends around here, Shauna Niequist, is back to chat! With her first three books being recovered and re-released, it is the perfect chance to catch up and hear how she and her family are doing in 2020 and learn the why behind these works coming back again! We LOVE AND ADORE Shauna around here, and I know you do too! Enjoy the conversation! We also hop over to continue our chat on YouTube, so check that out and subscribe there so you don't miss any of these special additional conversations! YouTube.com/anniefdownstsf . . . . . #thatsoundsfunpodcast Thank you to our partners! International Justice Mission: Visit IJM.org/ChangeLives to be a part of this movement for good. Freshly: Freshly is offering you $40 OFF your first two orders at freshly.com/soundsfun GiveWell: Any of our listeners who become NEW GiveWell donors will have their first donation matched up to $100, when you select [PODCAST] and [That Sounds Fun] at checkout.

57mins

13 Aug 2020

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31 The Lord's Prayer Ep 6: Give Us Our Daily Bread (with Shauna Niequist)

The Eternal Current Podcast

Author Shauna Niequist invites us into the earthy and tender prayer “give us our daily bread” during this season of pandemic and uncertainty. Pulling from culinary and theological streams, with her usual wisdom and humor, Shauna names the gift God offers every one of us—and teaches us how to humbly receive it every day.

30mins

31 Jul 2020

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50. Shauna Niequist | Let's Sit Here A Little Longer

Language of God

Shauna Niequist brings her passion for food and her Christian experience to a conversation about how food connects us to the created world and to each other and how our spiritual lives might be nourished around the table. Shauna is a popular author, speaker, podcaster. Her most recent book is Present Over Perfect, which came out in 2016. You can find a link to a conversation about this episode on the BioLogos forum.  The interview was originally streamed live on June 29th.

56mins

2 Jul 2020

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