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Welcome to the Tear Out The Tags podcast, where you learn to remove the labels that are holding you back. Your life is increasingly defined by simple words that are meant to categorize you. These words are turned into hashtags, making you feel stuck with a limited definition of what you can be in this world. Tags, though helpful online, are ineffective at fully describing how big and extraordinary you are.
 
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Bilingual Avenue with Marianna Du Bosq

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Bilingual Avenue with Marianna Du Bosq

Interviews with experts and parents sharing best practices for raising and teaching bilingual children.

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Bilingual Avenue is a podcast created for parents raising bilingual children and educators teaching dual language learners. The Bilingual Avenue podcast is a guide on what to do, how to do it and what to expect when working with multilingual children. Tune in for insightful interviews with experts and parents as they share best practices, failures, obstacles and inspiration to guide your journey with bilingual children. If you are looking for resources, strategies and actionable tips, Biling ...
 
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How do you define intuition? Did you know that there are 4 types of intuition? Sunil Godse explains this complex gut feeling that you might be getting as you navigate through your life. I’ve ignored my intuition many times in my life and have learned to talk myself out of listening to my intuition out of a virtue of self-doubt and not wanting to up…
 
I went to a personal branding workshop several years ago where I learned that personal branding includes the practice of curation. What does this mean? It means that personal branding experts teach people how to carefully select the parts of their lives that they will share with you, the customer. While we all aren’t comfortable sharing all of the …
 
au-then-tic-i-ty |n.| The quality of being authentic au-then-tic |adj.| Of undisputed origin; genuine gen-u-ine |adj.| Truly what something is said to be; authentic What in the actual F*ck?!?! This feels like a sick cycle of chasing something that can’t be defined. What came first, the chicken or the egg, haha. Authentic points to genuine and genui…
 
According to this article, there are four reasons that might cause you to grow uncomfortable when someone compliments you, leading you to deflect. 1. Have Low Self Esteem 2. Your Self-Image Doesn't Line Up 3. You're Uncomfortable with Big Expectations 4. You Want to be Humble You may agree or disagree with these four reasons and you may have a few …
 
I've struggled with the word authenticity and what it means to me because it can be such a buzz word in the personal development space. It seems like the more we develop and grow as a person the more elusive that #authenticself can be. My special guest on the podcast today reshaped the way that I look at the word authentic and helped me discover a …
 
You're so... There are a thousand words that could come after these two simple words. Depending on the person you're observing, you may choose a word that has to do with their external appearance, the conversation you have with them or something you learned. Recently, I noticed a woman wearing a beautiful outfit walking out of a nail salon. After c…
 
A message about compliments.. We did a pole last week on Instagram asking you how you feel about compliments, what compliments you like receiving AND do you have a tendency to deflect compliments. Today is day 1 of our weeks worth of conversations about compliments. Today we pick apart the idea that you may have a bad habit of not hearing complimen…
 
Think of the most important person in your life... Now imagine that you had walked right past that person because you had your eyes on your cell phone, you had headphones in your ears or you were too busy to notice them. Everyday, we have opportunities to interact with perfect strangers and we forget to look for the special ones that are meant to s…
 
"Oh my gosh, you're sooooo pretty", they say. This is a compliment that seems to be thrown around regularly and a word that holds very little substance as it's defined differently through the eyes of the person handing out the tag. What do you think of the words pretty and beautiful? Have you ever looked up the definitions?!?! Beautiful (n) 1. a co…
 
When someone compliments you do you receive it? I've noticed that compliments are commonly... Templated and basic (you're pretty, smart, helpful, fun) I also notice that people generally say "THANK YOU", and quickly and uncomfortably move onto the next subject. It's like they don't even hear the compliment. Is this because compliments have become s…
 
Did you know that it's not true?? Bulls don't really get angry when they see red, there's no evidence that a goldfish only has a 3 second memory, and BONUS, you don't actually eat 8 spiders per year while sleeping! There are a number of #untruths that you learned throughout life that you believed were TRUE!! Tim McGraw released a song in 2014 calle…
 
Do you wear the tag #peoplepleaser? If so, does it actually serve you in your life? This is a tag that I wore most of my life and I didn't realize... 1. That I was wearing it at all and... 2. What it was costing me personally... I don't know if I would've recognized the label within myself throughout my life but there are many moments where I reali…
 
Are you a #buffer? I made a podcast episode today where I discussed the fact that I'm really bad at giving myself a buffer with creating content for my podcast. I really need a few days after travel or during a busy time in my life in order to get re-organized and get my thoughts put back together. When I don't give myself a buffer and some extra t…
 
Freeze.... Don't move... Imagine for a moment that you're in the middle of a bad dream and you learn that you are a criminal who is robbing a convenient store. Right around the moment that you realize it's you who is breaking the law you realize that you are surrounded by police officers who are holding you at gun point. The only word that you hear…
 
Details matter... or Do they? Someone recently told me that I'm a very #perceptive person. I picked it up as a positive tag and also feel very proud to be considered a person who has insight, discernment and observant, all synonyms of perceptive. Although I gladly picked up this tag as an extremely generous compliment, I also am keenly aware of how…
 
Tags like #outcast and #outsider often come with a negative definition. You may have experienced walking through a season in your life or many seasons in your life where you just felt like you didn't belong and perhaps didn't even want to "fit in". Each and every one of you was born to stand out but so much time is spent in your younger years tryin…
 
Fight, Flight or Freeze... Which one do you defer to when you are faced with conflict? I often tell people that when I'm faced with conflict I defer to tears, emotion and embarrassment OR I will rip your face off. Now, I like to think I'm joking when I saw that I will rip your face off BUT I do have an edgy side that I've had to work really hard to…
 
I didn't lose my voice... I muted my own microphone!! When I was a sophomore in high school, I majorly botched the National Anthem at a high school Varsity football game. I actually sang the same line of the song twice and it was incredibly embarrassing. Within a few days of handling the teasing and mocking that ensued, I decided that I would never…
 
Ben Killoy is a Marine Veteran, father and podcaster who shares his message with other Veteran fathers who are walking through the same seasons in life. He messaged me a while back and said that an episode inspired him and made him think of the phrase Tapped Out, which is a term used in wrestling when you give the match. He said tapped out feels th…
 
Do you ever feel like a burden to others? There are a lot of ways that the tag #burden can show up in life. You can feel like an emotional burden... physical burden... financial burden... mental burden... energy burden... ...and there are probably many other ways that we can feel that we burden others. I recently have been handed a new life challen…
 
Today's my 35th birthday! What a year it has been! Never in my life would I have believed you if you told me that this year would've looked like it did. I started 2020 with an idea called Tear Out the Tags and here we are a year and some change later with that idea coming to life. I never was the person who thought about the legacy I was leaving be…
 
Ed Beard is one of the wisest and most curious men I know. I was lucky enough to meet him and his wife, Janet McCrackin, when I rented office space from them a few years ago. Ed and Janet began to see me through a lens that I didn't own the glasses for. At the time, my identity was completely wrapped up in how others saw me and not in how I saw mys…
 
I was blessed to host James Norris on my podcast today, the recording will be airing soon. As I was preparing to introduce this amazing human being, I realized that all of the labels he wears that represent the roles he plays in life don't do him justice AT ALL. Though he's accomplished some unbelievable things, he's simply so much more then one ca…
 
When someone you love is suffering from a broken-heart, what role do you play in the healing? Does that role change depending on the type of emotional, physical or financial injury that person is suffering from? Today's episode was prompted by my deciding what type of healing energy I'm going to be in the lives of two people they love as they navig…
 
What is your definition of #overthinker? What is your definition of #ruminator? Which is worse in your mind? Tonight's conversation with Brian Apfel of the Dynasty of Dads Podcast made me question my own definitions and what my belief is about which one is worse. The results surprised me when I realized that it's possible that I have the tag rumina…
 
Do you ever feel like you are absolutely brilliant, insightful and innovative... in your own mind? I was having a conversation today with my great friend Vincent Pugliese, the founder of the Total Life Freedom community. Vincent has written and published an incredible book and is working on the manuscript for his second book. We were sharing woes o…
 
I heard an episode on the At The Table with Patrick Lencioni Podcast called be a jerk that prompted this episode on Tear Out the Tags, The Podcast. It's such a unique view into the word jerk and how scared we are as a society to say the hard things constructively and with kindness and learning at the center of it. I highly recommend you give his ep…
 
I've been in a tornado of emotions these past couple of weeks between the loss of a friend and my upcoming audition for The Denver Bronco's Cheerleaders. Now, the audition may not seem like a big deal to you, but to me it's a huge step outside my comfort zone. It's both physically and emotionally confronting as I prepare for my 35th birthday and al…
 
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