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Troubled Waters is the pop culture quiz show where comedians disagree to disagree. Twice a month, Dave will stoke pointless arguments between two teams of comedians and make them compete against each other in order to settle their meaningless debates once and for all. Winner takes home the right to be right.
In today’s podcast, I discuss the balance between being relaxed and alert and why I open my eyes during my meditation practice.By Monique Rhodes
Is there a difference between meditation and just taking time to think? In today’s podcast, I answer this question.By Monique Rhodes
It can be easy to get crippled in indecision. I think I get through life quite quickly because I make decisions fast. If you struggle with making decisions or would like some tips to make decisions faster, you might find this podcast has some great strategies for you.By Monique Rhodes
This is one of my superpowers. I want to share it with you. And I’m also interested to hear back from you as well. Have a listen.By Monique Rhodes
You can’t be ready until you are ready. We can’t force things to happen faster than they can naturally occur. This can be hard for us to get our heads around.By Monique Rhodes
By finding your authentic self you can transform from being the person you are trying to be to the person you really are and meant to be - where the world of possibility becomes infinite. Lizzy knows from personal experience how powerful and liberating this can be. Just think how much energy you could redirect to achieving your dreams and goals if …
In today's podcast, I am answering a question from one of my students. She has asked for clarification around a statement I made that our essential nature is happy.By Monique Rhodes
My sister just called me, delighted by something I had done. It reminded me how important notes in the marshmallows are.By Monique Rhodes
To have what you want and need for yourself, other people don’t have to lose as you win. Sometimes we can forget this.By Monique Rhodes
There is only one reason that we want things. In today's podcast, I explain what that reason is.By Monique Rhodes
Mary Kate Wiles and Sean Persaud join Dave for some Olympics opening ceremony facts, some audio puzzles, and motivational speeches. Sean Persaud would like to plug Headless: A Sleepy Hollow Story and recommends Ginny Di's cosplay Mary Kate Wiles would also like to plug Headless: A Sleepy Hollow Story and recommends The Tin Can Brothers and Whitney …
Why are our lives so hectic? Why do we seem to fill every waking hour until we are consistently in a state of exhaustion? In today’s podcast, I give some insight.By Monique Rhodes
It can be easy for us to think that we have to contribute in significant ways to make a difference. It couldn’t be further from the truth.By Monique Rhodes
Regardless of what we want to accomplish, from growing your business, creating a great company culture, championing a social cause, or affecting your habits, we can’t do it alone. The people around you define your success (whatever that means for you) and they have the potential to change the course of your life. Behavioral scientist Jon Levy had n…
Are you a dreamer? Do you remember what you dreamed of as a child? How much of it has come true?By Monique Rhodes
Today I am answering a question from one of my students struggling with her relationship with herself. I offer a series of solutions.By Monique Rhodes
Why do I see courage as one of the essential qualities for you to nurture in yourself?By Monique Rhodes
What is the best thing that you can do for anyone you love? In today’s podcast, I will tell you.By Monique Rhodes
I have two types of students. They get two very different results. Today I explain what those differences are.By Monique Rhodes
The Dalai Lama just spoke on his 86th birthday message about compassion and non-violence. What does non-violence mean for most of us?By Monique Rhodes
There are so many requests made of us to worry and care about things. It can become exhausting. How do we manage it?By Monique Rhodes
Ask leaders what their organisation’s biggest strength is, and chances are they’ll reach for the adage of “our people are our greatest asset”. On the face of it, this sounds compelling. After all, employing people costs money, and you wouldn’t want to think of what could well be your largest expense category as not being valuable. Yet, what we ofte…
If you are changing your life, what happens when the changes you’ve made creep back again? In today’s podcast, I explain.By Monique Rhodes
There are two reasons why it is vital we don’t exclude anyone from our love. In today’s podcast, I explain what those two reasons are.By Monique Rhodes
As life begins to open up in some countries, we face a new challenge - re-entry anxiety.By Monique Rhodes
It is an almost knee jerk reaction for us to shut down when we find our relationships with others confusing. It’s hard not to want to protect ourselves.By Monique Rhodes
This week I was working with a group of close students. We did an exercise that was more powerful than any of us expected.By Monique Rhodes
Matt Apodaca and Casey O'Brien join Dave for some portmanteaus, post-quar bingo, and some Olivia Rodrigo trivia. Matt Apodaca would like to plug How Did This Get Played and What's With These Homies Talkin About Weezer? and recommends Dimension 20 Casey O'Brien would like to plug his podcast Farthouse and Maximum Film! and recommends 3 Sheep Studio …