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How to NOT SUCK in 2021

blog podcast Dec 20, 2020

Simple Principles to Smack the Slack:

  1. Sign up for the next leg of the race.
    • If you got bucked off, get back on the horse.
    • Get back in the game.
    • Bring your best to what’s next.
  2. Get a clear picture for where you are going.
    • Get quiet space in the next couple of weeks away from hurry crowds and noise.
    • Listen to the inner whisper that is calling you forward.
    • Write down some key destinations in your spirit, health, relationships, money, mission.
  3. Check your track record for repetitive roadblocks.
    • Who is positioned around you?
      1. Taking your time
      2. Tripping you up
      3. Changing your moods
    • Look at your ROI on everything you do. Make sure you are investing / depositing into things that are bringing rewards.
    • Cut out whatever isn’t contributing
  4. Get practical on how you will get to where you are called to go!
    • Write down your Guardrails. The bumpers that keep you on the road you are called to go.
    • Get a teammate on the journey with you! You are not meant to do life...
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Pan-DAMN-ick

podcast Dec 06, 2020

Neal and Amie discuss the pandemic, how it has affected them personally, and how to find hope in troubled times.

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Gut Guidance

podcast Dec 05, 2020

Neal and Erik discuss intuition and the importance of going with your gut. We have intuition for a reason, but often external influence and/or our personal fears get in the way of us making the right decisions.

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The Negative Effects of NOT Listening to My Gut

podcast Nov 29, 2020

In this Episode

Neal, Amie, and Erik discuss the negative effects of not following your gut. These include: physical sickness, depression, fatigue, seclusion, and loss of creativity.

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Bon Voyage

blog podcast Nov 15, 2020

Bon Voyage!! Good wishes on your journey!!!

"But, where am I going?" you might ask. You're leaving the land of the known to set sail on a brand new adventure…. If you have the courage to leave the shore.

In the last few podcast episodes we’ve talked about some key components you’ll need for the adventure.

  1. Some peace and quiet to hear from the Spirit on your next right step. Episode 8
  2. A regular Checkpoint process to make sure you are on the right track. Episode 9
  3. To know how to grieve leaving the old land and life in order to enter a new one. Episode 10
  4. How to identify safe people to bring closer to you. You need people. Episodes 11 and 12
  5. The importance of having a crew to help you make it through. Episode 13

You can go back and listen to these on our website www.nealandamie.com, Apple Podcast, or Spotify.

In the depth of your heart, you know you were made for more. You were not created to live a mundane life of the same old same old. Wake,...

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The Importance of Having a Crew

podcast Nov 08, 2020

Neal, Amie, and Erik discuss crews. What is a crew? Why is a crew important? How does one select the right people for his/her crew?

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Safe People Selector Part 2

podcast Nov 01, 2020

In this episode, Neal, Amie, and Erik continue their talk about safe people using the safe people selector as a guide.

 

Check out the Triplefect podcast for "Lit Words" from the Bible.

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Safe People Selector

podcast Oct 25, 2020

In this episode, Neal, Amie, and Erik talk about safe people using the safe people selector as a guide.

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Dr. Craig Johnson, Grief and Loss

podcast Oct 18, 2020

In this episode, Neal interviews special guest Dr. Craig Johnson pastor of Bethel Christian Fellowship in Agoura Hills and prominent theologian. The conversation is centered around the subject of grief and loss.

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Check Yourself

podcast Oct 11, 2020

In this episode, Neal and Erik discuss checkpoints, and how perfectionism can become a road block. Neal reiterates the importance of quiet time and shares the car analogy in order to illustrate the importance regular checkpoints and accountability. Amie remains out recovering from her surgery.

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