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Everyday EQ

Julia Ford-Carther

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Get in your feels and have a good time with host Julia Ford-Carther, the EQ advisor you never knew you needed. Everyday EQ is the podcast that helps you get smarter emotionally. Whether you want to be better at business, leadership, entrepreneurship, career, relationships, love, parenting, health, habits, or just being you, emotional intelligence is the major key to your success that you may be overlooking. Join Julia as she teaches simple, straightforward ways to develop your emotional inte ...
 
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Where were you 20-years ago when the U.S. war in Afghanistan began? It was September 11, 2001, and al Qaeda terrorists hijacked and crashed two American Airlines passenger jets into the Twin Towers, another into the Pentagon, and a fourth, a United Airlines jet bound for the Capitol Building or the White House, was crashed into a field in Shanksvil…
 
This week we catch up PBA Star Chris Barnes. Barnes talks about his recent trip to Storm HQ to work on a few things and how his practice sessions have changed throughout the years. Chris also has some advice for parents when it comes to watching their kids bowl and what went through his mind when he was bowling for big paydays.…
 
This week we catch up with Josie Barnes to talk about her U.S. Open win. Barnes is the head coach at Vanderbilt University, where she also bowled. We chat about her mindset heading into the final match and how she was able to stay in the moment in the championship match.By Steve Kloempken, Tim Burg, Josie Barnes
 
One of the best-kept secrets of World War II was the CARPETBAGGERS, the code name for a joint OSS-8th Air Force covert ops unit. Assisting French underground groups, American Airmen flew agents and supplies to those resistance forces. They flew specially modified, black-painted B-24’s, C-47’s, A-26’s, and British Mosquitoes to carry out these cland…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I'm teaching you how to apply the 4 stages of emotional intelligence (Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management) to help you manage your anxiety more effectively. At the core, anxiety is an emotional reaction with a very real, accompanying neurological response. I'll d…
 
In today's episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I'm teaching you the final competency in emotional intelligence, relationship management. Relationship management is about using your awareness of your emotions and the emotions of others to have successful interactions. It's one of my favorite components of EQ because it's the culmination of everythin…
 
IN THE NEWS: Setting the record straight on Afghanistan; Capitol Killer; Crenshaw taking whistleblowers to the DoD; Drafting women; SECDEF mulls vaccine mandate; But it’s illegal; GAO has a plan to reduce training deaths; Space Force stepping up in CENTCOM; Space Force LT changes the paradigm; REAL Space Force Update; The Thunderbird maintainer pil…
 
In today's episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, it's all about your PERSPECTIVE. How they get shaped, what it means to adopt a new perspective, and, if your perspective is holding you back from achieving what you want, four steps to take to change your perspective. Enjoy! 00:00 - Intro 00:40 - How changing your perspective can benefit you 1:40 - Out…
 
This week we catch up with the latest winner on the PBA Tour Matt Russo. We discuss his win in Jonesboro and look ahead to the the next event in Coldwater Ohio. Russo also discusses his time bowling in college and has advice for high school kids. We also discuss what he learned in 2020.By Tim Burg, Steve Kloempken, Matt Russo
 
In this episode of the EverydayEQ podcast, I'm sharing a personal breakthrough (eep, vulnerability) I had about external validation, and how I established more self-awareness around my ego's desire to be validated by another. I talk about how people and the relationships we have with them serve as mirrors, illuminating our own lower and higher selv…
 
This is the story of a dangerous toxin released on our enemy and our own, all the while being lied to by the government. No, we’re not talking about Covid, we’re talking about Agent Orange. Much of South Vietnam is covered with very thick, dense jungle vegetation. This dense vegetation was used as cover by the forces opposing the United States and …
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I nerd out on neurodiversity and emotional intelligence with my childhood friend, Samantha Gergans, who now has an impressive resume that includes School Design Director at City Year, a Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education, AND an M.A. in Human Development and Psychology in Education. We div…
 
This week we catch up with Mount Saint Mary's Head Coach Kenneth DeGraaf. We discuss his responsibilities as a coach over the summer and how he approaches the recruiting process. We also chat about the changes made over the past year due to the pandemic and which of those changes he may implement even after the pandemic. DeGraaf also shares his tho…
 
In today's episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I explain EMPATHY. Empathy is the next EQ component in my series on the elements of emotional intelligence, and is one of the most important overall. Not only do I explain what empathy is and why it is mission-critical in life, but I'm also giving you six ways to develop your empathy—six! You got no ex…
 
IN THE NEWS: RIP "RUMMY"; Field refutes SECDEF's denial of CRT in the military; The Joint Chief Chair and the search for 'white rage'; The other racial extremist; US troops don't seek extremist content; Rep Crenshaw's woke whistleblowers; Capitol Police using DoD tech to spy on Americans; US sneaks out of Bagram Air Base; And The Onion called it!; …
 
This week on the Storm Collegiate Spotlight Podcast we chat with Heather D'Errico. Heather D'Errico and Johnny Di Santis launched the Bowling Sports Performance Institute and Heather is the founder of Bowl Fit. We chat with Heather about fitness and bowling, and how to eat well on the road. Heather also discusses a few common misconceptions regardi…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I'm pumped to chat with Chris Belloso, entrepreneur and host of The Beautiful Struggle Podcast. Chris' story is one of perseverance, self-direction, and liberation. Listen in on our conversation as Chris shares how he didn't let perfectionism stop him from "failing" his way forward and finding his purpose…
 
This week I catch up with PBA Star Sean Rash to discuss his outstanding performance at the USBC OC this week. Sean discusses why he believes he bowls well at South Point and his reaction to folks who say pros should not bowl the Open Championship. We also chat about what amateurs do to sabotage there trip to the USBC OC, and what changes he is seei…
 
Relive or experience for the first time that day The Digression Podcast went live as we revisit our first episode...the story of RAF Alconbury's Hard Stand Monster. This episode kicked off with just a handful of listeners, but it's now a top Google search result. It's also our second most downloaded episode. Looking back, it may have started off a …
 
In this episode of Everyday EQ, I review the third component of emotional intelligence, which I call internal validation. This is my adaptation of Daniel Goleman's "intrinsic motivation," so I explain the difference and why I've found validation to be a more powerful influencer of behavior. I break down the different types of internal validation an…
 
This week we catch up with former standout at Sam Houston State and PWBA star Stephanie Zavala. Zavala discusses her time bowling in college and how her game improved while bowling in college. We also talk about what clicked for her on the PWBA Tour this year as she has two titles and is the leading candidate for ROY.…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I chat with Aryan Rashed, friend and owner of Tremble Pilates, my all-time fave workout studio in Miami. Not only do we talk about how the Tremble workout will change your life (hear my story about what it did for me), but Aryan's astute approach to leadership and building culture is full of insights we c…
 
IN THE NEWS: Lotsa "woke"; Military Training Instructor calls home; The bigger picture around the Pentagon's anti-extremism moves; What you need to know about Biden's National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism; Department of Defense doubles down on diversity, inclusion, and equity in the ranks; Diversity essential to national defense; Affi…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I discuss the second component of emotional intelligence, self-regulation (also referred to as self-management). Tune in as I teach you my three steps self-regulating your emotions effectively. In our 30+ minutes together, I'll walk you through exercises that help you understand how your emotions manifest…
 
This week we catch up with recent PWBA Tour winner Verity Crawley. We discuss her first win and what it was like bowling in Portland Maine last week. Verity also discusses the "Webber Way" which is something we hear quite a bit about regarding her time bowling at Webber International University.By Verity Crawley, Tim Burg, Steve Kloempken
 
In this episode of Everyday EQ, I talk about what your top 5 emotional needs are, why they're so gosh-dang important (no, literally, they will revolutionize how you live if you let them), and how you can identify your own. Casual. 00:45 - What are these top 5 emotional needs? 1:43 - The name of the game is fulfillment. That's why these needs are so…
 
This is the story of a young Korean man, Yang Kyongjong, who was pressed into military service for the Japanese army to fight the Russians in Manchuria. Captured by the Russians, he had spent a year in a labor camp when the German invasion of Russia saw him pressed into a Russian army uniform facing off against the Wehrmacht. Captured again, he was…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, I sit down with my old pal, Tracy Wright. A senior reporter for The Daily Mail, Tracy is one of the few people I know who is truly living her dream life, so I, of course, wanted to hear how she did it. Tune in to hear her interesting take on how to life-hack yourself to happiness, how she knew her husband…
 
This week I catch up with Tyrel Rose to discuss a variety of topics. Rose is the Director of Content for Bowling This Month and and a USBC Bronze-Certified Coach. We discuss ways you can master lane play and why listening to your gut in bowling is not always a bad thing. We also discuss how axis control and changing your axis point is key if you wa…
 
In this episode of the Everyday EQ podcast, Julia pulls back the curtain on manifestation. Spoiler: There's no magic, there's no mystery. Instead of mantras like "think positively" and "if you believe, you will receive," Julia offers her take on the tangibles of making your visions a reality and what manifestation really means. She also shares the …
 
This week we catch up with WSU Shocker Head Coaches Holly Harris and Rick Steelsmith. We discuss both teams winning the 2021 National Championships. The coaches discuss how they approached the tournament and how they handle physical game coaching. We also get the coaches thoughts on the passing of Shocker bowler Melissa Peters.…
 
IN THE NEWS: Social distancing on Mount Everest; Netanyahu says 'no' to Biden; Space Force whistleblower with a book; Vandy is newest Space Force Base; Justice Thomas rags on Feres Doctrine; Pentagon trolling social media; CENTCOM begins Afghanistan drawdown and worries about the vacuum; UFOs are everywhere; U2 talks to F22 and F35; Contractors sel…
 
This week I catch up with Mike Sinek to discuss the USBC OC being held in Las Vegas. Mike is on the Storm Community Relations Team and manages Ft. Meade Lanes. Sinek discusses his OC experience and shares his thoughts on the pattern. Mike discusses layouts, surfaces and which bowlers may have success using urethane this year.…
 
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