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Inspiring Women with Betty Collins — What Does It Take To Be An Inspiring Woman Leader? — podcasts.google.com
We’re all inspired differently, so take some time to think about it. How can you inspire?
As we have said many times, emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to identify, understand, and use your own emotions in positive ways to relieve anxiety, as well as relieve stress, too communicate effectively, to empathize with others, to overcome challenges, and to defuse conflict. But having a high EQ does not mean a person isn’t occasionally anxious or depressed.
This marks episode number 200 for Lawyer Talk. Does 200 episodes make us experts or just experienced? And when can we say that about what we do for a living? Maybe the best approach is to always be learning, and be thinking “I know nothing” until you do?!
September 2021 marks 5 years for Circle270Media Podcast Consultants. And what a 5 years it’s been.
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And some additional podcasts you might be interested in…
Suicide Pact — podcasts.google.com
Standup comedians Ian Hunt and Cat Zini have to balance comedy with their graveyard shift jobs to pay the bills. They’re beat up. They dream of a life as full time comics. If that doesn’t happen soon they’ll fill their pockets with rocks and walk into the Hudson. Listen and they’ll live another day.
Dads: The Podcast — podcasts.google.com
Rory Scovel is an actor, comedian, and writer — but he’s picked up a new title over these last few years: DAD. Each week he and co-host Ruthie Wyatt are joined by their hilarious celebrity friends to unpack the mysteries of fatherhood, parenting and the weirdos who raised us. Full of funny stories from your favorite performers, this is a show for dads and non-dads.
Last Seen — podcasts.google.com
13 artworks stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Twenty-eight years later, not a single piece in a haul worth half a billion dollars has surfaced. With more than a year of investigative reporting, “Last Seen” takes us into the biggest unsolved art heist in history. A production from WBUR and The Boston Globe.
Why should you ask for a rating and review for your podcast? Because they are valuable in so many ways, like a public “Thank You” you can use upcoming episodes — everybody loves the sound of their own name. How will my PleaseReviewMyPodcast page encourage Ratings & Reviews? By giving your listeners step-by-step instructions on how to leave you a valuable review!
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