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Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Clinical psychologist Dr. Nicholas Westers of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) interviews the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members of those who have self-injured. This podcast is meant to be a resource for parents, professionals, and people with lived ...
 
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WATCH ON YOUTUBE (with cool visuals): https://youtu.be/j48hHK6TUd0 Episode 4 of A BEGINNER’S GUIDE to Writing a Novel gives you tips on how to create real and empathetic characters: Keep your cast small. Make every character physically and emotionally unique. Make sure readers can find the right button on the microwave. Use simple tags to remind yo…
 
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been lauded as an evidence-based treatment for addressing suicidal and nonsuicidal thoughts and behaviors. In this episode, Dr. Jenny Hughes explains what DBT is, describes what "dialectical" means, and walks us through how each of the four modules of DBT can be used to address nonsuicidal self-injury and self…
 
If you’ve never engaged in self-injury or self-harm, then you may have never considered the anxieties related to something as seemingly simple as a routine doctor visit. In this episode, Brittany Tinsley explains what questions she asks herself prior to attending routine doctor visits in order to ease her anxiety about medical providers seeing her …
 
Episode 3 of A BEGINNER'S GUIDE to Writing a Novel teaches about building characters from the ground up. In this episode, J Washburn and Joe Bendoski tag team in a lecture that covers emotional intelligence, mimicry, and character names. We look at examples from Charles Dickens, George Lucas, J.K. Rowling, and George R.R. Martin. To see the visuals…
 
Manga are comics or graphic novels originating from Japan. Not only do manga reveal and reinforce cultural values, beliefs, and norms, particularly in Japan, but they can also be used as a teaching tool and source of information. Manga and other comics can be used in medicine to learn and teach about illness and to build empathy. They also have the…
 
This episode covers how J Washburn goes through the worldbuilding process. He touches on examples from J.K. Rowling, Brandon Sanderson, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. He explains how to make a Story Bible. Oh, and maybe most importantly, he teaches you about finding and defining your genre. Watch the episode on YouTube if you want to see the slides: http…
 
Many parents understandably want their child to stop self-injuring immediately, but cessation of self-injury is often a process and recurrence of episodes of self-injury can be expected, even when in therapy. In this episode, Dr. Jessica Garisch provides insight for parents about expectations for therapy and helping their child stop engaging in sel…
 
Today's episode is all about our need for rest, as well as a special opportunity to get a little bit. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know any future topics you'd like me to cover or how I can help you and your business. Email me at shawn@sha…
 
Asking questions is one key tool that costs nothing (unless you don't ask) and can cut through a lot of issues and fill in gaps in your business. Create a culture where you can encourage people to ask more and better questions to collaborate together. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader abo…
 
Today's topic is one of the backbones of Engineering Your Business - your people. They are your foundation and the real reason you do what you do. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know any future topics you'd like me to cover or how I can help…
 
Gary Keller: "What's the ONE THING you can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary?" Today we look at this concept and how it can have a huge impact on you and your team. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know any…
 
Our names our valuable. Using someone's name let's them know that they matter, that you see them. Today, we dig into the power of names and how to make a big difference in your interactions with your team members. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love…
 
Meetings have fallen on hard times these days. Granted, they usually aren't necessary and can be replaced by a call, email or in-person conversation. But sometimes there is no substitute for a meeting. The question is how do we do meetings well, value the time of those involved and come away with the needed results at the end. Today, we dive into a…
 
One of the best ways to grow ourselves and our organizations is by being lifelong learners. We dig into L is for Learn today and the impact it can make for us and those we work with. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know any future topics you'…
 
Kanban is a really cool concept in the Lean Manufacturing world that has crept its way into project management systems as well and can help your organization become more visible and stay ahead of issues. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know a…
 
Some words have a way of limiting people and not letting them reach their full potential. JUST happens to be one of the kings in this realm. Today, we talk about how we often use just in wrong ways and how to try to counteract that and help our people and businesses thrive. If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur…
 
What does innovation look like in your world? Where have you seen innovation done well or not so well? Let me know by shooting me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com If you've been enjoying the podcast, consider telling a fellow entrepreneur or business leader about it. I appreciate you and would love to know any future topics you'd like me to cove…
 
There are a lot of hard things that we have to do in life. But asking for help might be one of the hardest. How can you create a culture where you can make it the norm to ask for and give help? Check out today's episode for more. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute…
 
What in the world is a Gemba. We talk about what it is and why you need to learn to "Go to the Gemba" in your business. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head to shawnwashburn.com/apple to take you right there. Thanks for spending some time to…
 
Work can be fun. It's OK. Actually, not just OK, but it can help your people more fulfillment while actually making your business more productive as well. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head to shawnwashburn.com/apple to take you right ther…
 
Today get to talk about one of my other top favorite topics: Encouragement. Encouragement has so much power and potential that we usually don't even realize or comprehend. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head to shawnwashburn.com/apple to ta…
 
As we continue our ABCs series today we look at Decisions and decision fatigue. How it can be impacting your people and your business and how you can take steps to counteract it. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head to shawnwashburn.com/appl…
 
On this Freedom Monday, I wanted to take a few minutes to appreciate the freedoms we have here in the U.S. and those who have sacrificed to give them to us. We'll jump back into our ABC's series tomorrow If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head …
 
Taking a break from our ABCs of EYB today to do an Ode to Automation. Automation is a popular thing, especially in manufacturing. It can be great, but it can also bring headaches. Here's to both of those. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head…
 
Why is it important to talk about nonsuicidal self-injury among LGBTQ individuals? Just how prevalent is self-injury among those who identify as LGBTQ? And are there differences in rates of self-injury among sexual minority individuals (e.g., Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual) compared to those that are Transgender or Gender Diverse? In this episode, Dr. …
 
Today we continue our ABCs series as we look at one of my favorites. It's a skills set or trait that I think is so simple and yet so important in the workplace (and world actually): Curiosity. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minute to do that. You can head to shawnwas…
 
Today we continue our ABCs series as we shift our focus to the power of establishing a culture that values Better. When you can make incremental changes each day in various aspects of your business, you can begin to gain momentum. If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTunes review, I'd love it you'd take a minut…
 
Today we kick off our first episode of the ABC's of Engineering Your Business. And this one often gets overlooked but it's a biggie. Giving your people the access they need to the resources they need. Take a listen and let me know your thoughts at shawn@shawnwashburn.com If you've been enjoying the podcast and haven't left an Apple Podcasts or iTun…
 
Today, I'm introducing a new series that we'll be starting tomorrow, ABCs of Engineering Your Business. We'll pull a different word each day as we work through the alphabet, touching on some of the major People and Process themes as well as some new ones as well. And we'll still throw in a few Odes to The Office in the midst of it. Hope you'll join…
 
Work isn't just about work. The connections you have there you have for a reason. Everyone you interact with is carrying a burden. You may not know what or why, but you there are ways you can be there for them. We talk about all of this on today's episode Thanks for listening to today's episode. If you've been enjoying these one of the best thing y…
 
Often I've seen two people have slightly (or widely different) ideas of what a goal was supposed to be. When this happens, regardless of the outcome, one person won't be happy. We talk about this and a goal I had recently on today's podcast. Thanks for listening to today's episode. If you've been enjoying these one of the best thing you can do is t…
 
Most new ideas, plans, designs and initiatives die a quick death when they meet resistance or crickets from the group. But often, the most beautiful things lie on the other side if we're willing to stick to what we believe and push through. Thanks for listening to today's episode. If you've been enjoying these one of the best thing you can do is te…
 
On today's episode, we're taking a look of how miscommunication can slowly eat away at your business and what you can do about it. Thanks for listening to today's episode. If you've been enjoying these one of the best thing you can do is tell a fellow entrepreneur or business leader. You spreading the word helps me help more people. Thanks so much.…
 
On today's episode, we're discussing how taking action can not only give you momentum but help your problem solving and process efforts. And it all started with a zip line... Thanks for listening to today's episode. If you've been enjoying these one of the best thing you can do is tell a fellow entrepreneur or business leader. You spreading the wor…
 
Today we feature another Ode to The Office with Ode to Change. This one focuses on more than just the office and is a bit on the more serious side. We all experience change and we can either resist it or grow from it. Here is Ode To Change: Ode to Change You come to us all as we walk through each day There's no one outside of your reach You tell us…
 
Today we discuss the importance of details and how missing one small detail can cause confusion, strained relationships, quality issues, miscommunication and more. Oh, and we also talk about what happens when cars get really old Check it out. Then reach out to me on Instagram at @shawnwashburn7 and shoot me a message to let me know what you thought…
 
We talk to Bryan Collins about writing dialogue in non-fiction, and how journaling can be used to inform and fuel it. He talks about how he and other authors build a business around their non-fiction writing, and how time and events can change things. Email: Pleasestartwriting@gmail.com Patreon.com/startwritingpodcast Website: http://joseph-bendosk…
 
Today I'm excited to share some great insight from my friend and special guest Andy Storch. He is the author of the book "Own Your Career, Own Your Life" Andy answers the questions: " How can business leaders help their people take control of their career and is there a fear that they might lose them in the process?" Really great insights from Andy…
 
When is it appropriate for someone who engages in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) to be admitted to an acute psychiatric inpatient program? And how realistic is it to expect no self-injury or self-harm to occur at all while in the hospital? How should hospital staff respond and intervene when someone engages in self-injury while on an inpatient unit…
 
Lions, Otters, Beavers, and Goldern Retrievers. 4 personality types and each is needed in your workplace. Today we're talking about they all can work together well to optimize your business Thanks for listening to today's episode. I'd love hear from you about today's topic or just in general. You can shoot me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com or …
 
In this episode, Lexy details her experience of engaging in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and the stigma she has encountered as a result of self-injury and self-harm. Lexy is the current Student Representative of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) and a PhD candidate working in the area of self-injury stigma. She is curr…
 
Lions, Otters, Beavers, and Goldern Retrievers. 4 personality types and each is needed in your workplace. Today we're talking about the value of the Retrievers in your organization Thanks for listening to today's episode. I'd love hear from you about today's topic or just in general. You can shoot me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com or head to s…
 
Lions, Otters, Beavers, and Goldern Retrievers. 4 personality types and each is needed in your workplace. Today we're talking about the value of the Beavers in your organization Thanks for listening to today's episode. I'd love hear from you about today's topic or just in general. You can shoot me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com or head to shaw…
 
Lions, Otters, Beavers, and Goldern Retrievers. 4 personality types and each is needed in your workplace. Today we're talking about the value of the Otters in your organization Thanks for listening to today's episode. I'd love hear from you about today's topic or just in general. You can shoot me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com or head to shawn…
 
Lions, Otters, Beavers, and Goldern Retrievers. 4 personality types and each is needed in your workplace. Today we're talking about the value of the lions in your organization Thanks for listening to today's episode. I'd love hear from you about today's topic or just in general. You can shoot me an email at shawn@shawnwashburn.com or head to shawnw…
 
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