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How do I get unstuck? How do I take that leap of faith to go after my dreams when they feel so distant? How can I break down my dreams into achievable, stepping-stone goals? I desire simplicity and a life without hurry, but I still want to pursue my goals. How do those two connect? Welcome to Red Hot Mindset where we take you through the fire so you can come out stronger and ready to tackle the vision God has for your life. Gabe Cox brings you thought process, productivity tips, and inspirat ...
 
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Right now more than ever, we want to know how we can be healthier and build our immune systems to fight off viruses or diseases if they strike. We want to (or should want to) get to the root of our health problems. I have learned a ton about natural health from Michelle Landrum. She was on a bunch of medications in high school and her early 20s, an…
 
Throughout our lives, there are times that we may step back and wonder if you are living to the fullest or if we took the right path or if our decision-making is wise. We each will find ourselves at a fork in the road or at a roadblock that becomes an obstacle and sets us in motion for transition. And, it’s in these moments that we have a decision …
 
At some point in everyone’s life, and this can come at any age, we will ask ourselves, “What am I doing?” This came into my life after breaking my ankle two and a half years ago, and I was stuck in a transition where I was forced to slow down and actually take a look at what I was going, and I had to decide if it was the direction I wanted to be go…
 
Have you ever wondered if your story was worth sharing? Could it really make an impact? Will it actually inspire someone else? I wondered that too, but then I realized that each of our stories is unique, but they all serve a purpose. When we share our stories, we are sharing with others that they are not alone. When we take a trial and turn it into…
 
Is there anything about you that you find a hindrance rather than a superpower? Does something hold you back from going after your goals? Michelle Faust has a severe hearing loss that impacted her own self-worth and created limiting beliefs that kept her stuck for years. Her story is full of vulnerability, courage, and learning how to cope in a wor…
 
I’m pretty sure all moms look for time management tips to help them be more productive and make the most of each day. We all strive to be able to handle all that we can and be somewhat superwomen in our day-to-day life. However, because we try to do everything ourselves and be everything to everyone, most times we fall short. This is why I wanted t…
 
Have you noticed all the noise lately? I have. So many voices are trying to claim their own truths, many of which sound appealing and enticing. Many of the voices sound like good ideas. They may even sound Biblical in nature. But are they actually truths? How do we tell if what we’re hearing is right or wrong? How do we tell if a speaker is Biblica…
 
We will stay in the grieving process until we’re ready to embrace and understand our emotions and take steps forward into the new beginnings. This doesn’t mean forgetting. When we’re grieving a loss, we should keep those precious memories of our loved ones with us, but we also need to step out of the past and into the future that God has for us. To…
 
Kathleen Blair has experienced many losses in her life. She endured the loss of five loved ones in eight years as well as job losses. Through her hardships and grief, Kathleen became a certified Grief and Loss Coach in 2012. She coaches others on how to navigate through the waves of grief. Kathleen creates a safe harbor for people to feel comfortab…
 
What do you do if the unexpected happens and you’re not set up financially to handle it? Wendy Labat’s story she shared Tuesday is the perfect example of how having proper protection in place prevented her from seeing financial ruin. One illness, one injury, can ruin your family financially. So today, I’m bringing Dr. Wendy back on the show to shar…
 
Dr. Wendy Labat is on a mission to empower others to turn their sour financial lemons into the sweetest lemonade to become financially free and to live the life they desire. Recently, she was faced with her own lemons to lemonade story as she battled and conquered breast cancer, and that’s the story we’re diving into today. I can’t wait for you to …
 
In general, most people don’t like math. Even if they do like math, they’re probably not totally thrilled with this “new” math that is being taught in schools. Erin Grieger believes because they’re not familiar with the way it’s being taught so they can’t help their children at home. That’s why she’s going to give us practical examples for why math…
 
Learning starts with YOU: If you are a life-long learner, your kids will see that and most likely become one too. Lifelong learners are motivated to learn and develop because they want to, not because they have to. Lifelong learners understand the world around them. Lifelong learners are innovative and creative. Learning is about us mamas helping p…
 
Dawn Hopkins knows what disappointment and setbacks look like. She faced both these things multiple times as she embarked on a journey of entrepreneurship, and it wasn’t until after multiple trial and errors that she found something that stuck. Her passion and business intersected, and her story of defeat and triumph proves that our setbacks can be…
 
How often do we go to church on Sunday, feel inspired and motivated to do something different, but by the time we get home, we forget what we just heard as we go about our everyday life? Church and life shouldn't be separate; they should be intertwined. Understanding how to take what you heard, ensure it lines up scripturally, and then doing someth…
 
Have you ever heard something you think may have come from God but it sounded a bit crazy and out of your wheelhouse? What if I told you that could actually be something God is calling you to? Is it a bit scary? Is it a bit unknown? Does it seem impossible? What if I told you that’s a good thing because it means you’re going to need help, and you w…
 
Today we talk about anxiety, and I’m telling you, this is a constant battle I have to fight. I was diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety in college, and though I’ve overcome this disease and am healed from it, those are the first feelings that creep up when things go wrong or I move into the unknown. My friend Heather Chapman from the Lesson…
 
I feel like this past year has been a tough one for everyone. We all have had our struggles, our ups and downs, our good days and bad ones. Some of us have battled mental health, some of us physical, some of us job loss or transition, some have found themselves on a homeschooling journey they never thought they’d embark on. This past year was tough…
 
Jennifer Hansen has such a powerful story of overcoming much loss and having victory over it, choosing to find the positive in her circumstances and find joy in the journey. 2020 was a year like no other, but Jen Hansen had some devastation in 2019 leading up to the unpredictable year. I’m thankful she was willing to share with us some of that time…
 
I think all moms look for time management tips to help them be more productive and make the most of each day. We all strive to be able to handle all that we can and be somewhat superwomen in our day-to-day life. However, because we try to do everything ourselves and be everything to everyone, most times we fall short. This is why I wanted to bring …
 
Spring is here!!! Can you smell it? I love the smell of spring. I don’t know what it is about it. I could go without how wet it is, but that’s another story. But spring is a new season, and with it brings … SPRING CLEANING! I want to challenge you to add a different kind of spring cleaning to your routine this year. It’s something we don’t talk abo…
 
It wasn’t until after Wendy Braithwaite moved to Ottawa, Canada, that she started her running career. In 2012, the federal government was undergoing workforce adjustment, and she was counseling employees who had lost their jobs. The stress of the situation was overwhelming, and she started running to have an outlet to get out all the emotions from …
 
Wendy Braithwaite knows what it’s like to have many ups and downs as she goes after her goals. The struggles she’s faced probably would have made most of us quit, but she is determined and keeps fighting to achieve the dreams she sets for herself. A big part of Wendy Braithwaite’s story is her diagnosis of MS. She was diagnosed with MS in 2002, whi…
 
March marks the one-year anniversary of the Red Hot Mindset podcast! I can hardly believe we made it through this past year, but how cool is that? I've learned many things along the way, but I wanted to share three of the major things I've learned in my podcasting journey this past year, and I think they can help you as you go after your own goals:…
 
Today’s guest is not one to set small goals, and you all know I love a huge dreamer!! Mindy Harp has quite the story of cutting nearly an hour off her first marathon time to qualifying for the Boston Marathon on her second go-around! We talk about how she fits her training in as a mom of young kids while owning a business with her husband. She shar…
 
On Tuesday I had blogger and podcaster, Erin Todd, on the show talking about her journey of overcoming food and body issues and how Jesus set her free from the diet prison. If you want to learn more about her story, I encourage you to go back and listen to that episode. As a redhead who battled insecurity and body image issues for over 30 years, Er…
 
I have a special guest with me today to share her transformation story with you. She’s a recovering perfectionist and chronic dieter, has battled an eating disorder, and even hit her weight loss goal but learned that it failed to satisfy her. She had a spiritual awakening in 2017 where God showed her that dieting was an idol, and today we talk abou…
 
Today’s Thursday Tidbits plays off idols in our lives and how to avoid them. One way to avoid creating idols is to hold things we love loosely - hold our kids loosely, hold our finances loosely, hold our passions or hobbies loosely. When we hold on too tightly is when these things can consume us and turn into idols that control us. Today we’re goin…
 
On last week’s Thursday Tidbits, I had my friend Michelle Landrum from Loves7Grace on to share with us three tips on how to identify idols in your life and what to do once you’ve identified them. I decided to do a more personal episode today to share different idols I’ve had throughout my life, but as I prepped for this episode, I’ve revealed how q…
 
Today’s topic is about idols in our lives, and sometimes it’s hard to see them because they may not always be a physical statue! They could come in many forms - money, career, kids, marriage, and so on. I know you’ve been on a journey of revelations with this topic and revealed and released plenty of idols in my own life. I'm excited to bring back …
 
Today is going to be so fun! My guest not only qualified for the 2020 Boston Marathon, but she’s also finished four ironmans! As a working mama, do you want to know her secret to getting all the required training in? Well, you’ll have to listen to find out! I’m fairly certain that you’ll have a sigh of relief and maybe, just maybe, think you could …
 
Do you pick a word each year as a focus word? I started a few years ago choosing a word to define my year, and I find it helps center me and keeps me focused. In essence, it’s a way to filter my decisions and plans through a larger purpose. On today’s Thursday Tidbit, I’m going to share what my word is for 2021 and three tips on how you can come up…
 
Today’s mother runner doesn’t know how to quit, and that’s a good thing, because years of resilience and determination landed her with a bid to the 2020 Boston Marathon, and today we get to hear all about her journey to get there. It took about 6 years, 28 marathons, and a couple major setbacks to do it, but she did, and the best part of the experi…
 
Today on our Thursday Tidbits we dive into the topic of nutrition and what it means for busy moms, how to encourage our kids in their health, and how to embrace it for ourselves. To help me with this topic, I have my good friend Erin Grieger here to help me out. I met Erin online in a homeschooling group, and we realized just how much we had in com…
 
Maybe you’re like me, and in every job or role you’ve held, you have felt something missing, or you’ve just longed to have something that’s your own. I’ve only ever known working odd jobs and multiple of them as my husband and I navigated our way through early adulthood and parenthood. My most stable and longest-lasting job was in the restaurant wh…
 
On today’s Thursday Tidbit we’re talking about trading the lies for the truth. This is a powerful lesson to learn, and it’s a practice we need to incorporate daily. In January we talked about the truth that you can control your thoughts, and I walked you through some steps you can take to do that. As the bouncer of your own mind, you need to recogn…
 
Okay, all you runners. How would you feel if you were able to cut one full hour off your marathon time between your first and second marathons? I mean, seriously, that would be awesome, right? Today’s guest did just that to qualify for the 2020 Boston Marathon. Now, I will tell you, it wasn’t easy. She struggled even getting into running at all, bu…
 
Today’s mama mindset is all about marriage. On Tuesday my hubby and I were with you sharing about all the things we’ve learned in 15 years of marriage. I can’t believe it’s been 15 years, but it’s true! Today I have one of my dear friends sharing her tips to keep our marriages strong and lively! Michelle Landrum is a wife, mom of 5, and a Certified…
 
We are far from being Marriage Counselors, but we have learned a few things in our 15 years of marriage. Today we have a conversation about the three things we each have learned, and I pray that something in this episode will stand out to you and make your life and marriage better. We decided it would be fun to come up with our own three things and…
 
Life balance is something many moms struggle with - whether they are working moms or stay-at-home moms. It's important to recognize the areas that you are unhappy with and address them before they start affecting all the other parts of your life. Life balance is different for each of us - we have to create it in a way that fits our personalities, f…
 
Today’s guest started running in college after being diagnosed with kidney disease. She ran her first half marathon in 2001 and her first full marathon in 2003. In the past 17 years of marathon training, Cara Johnson has run 1-2 marathons every year! Tune in to diver deeper and hear How she managed a kidney disease diagnosis and turned it into a re…
 
I have a question for you. What’s the first thing that you do in the morning? For many, the answer to that question - even before they head to the bathroom - is to pick up their phone that is right next to them on their nightstand. However, as soon as you reach for your cell phone and check your emails and social media, you have said no to yourself…
 
After being asked to leave her job unexpectedly, April Nicole Scipio took a chance to turn that unforeseen obstacle into an opportunity to build a business that she loves, and today she shares just how she did it! April is a life coach for busy women. She helps women manage their time and achieve their goals. She desires to help them make time for …
 
New beginnings are hard because we often feel as if that means we have to let go of the past. For Heather Chapman, new beginnings means living without her precious daughter. The courage to have new experiences, celebrate birthdays and holidays, and go on family vacations without her was more than overwhelming the first two years. You might not be a…
 
Today’s guest knows what it’s like to train with a packed schedule, and she gives great tips on how to ensure time to train in busy seasons! Suzuka Hetterich runs to clear her head, and her life motto is, “If I can’t find the answer to my problem during my long run, there won’t be an answer.” We talk more about this in the episode, and it’s gold! T…
 
Did you know that we have the power to control our thoughts? We can change our minds! It’s not easy, and it takes work - daily work - but it’s possible, rewarding, and worth it. Our minds are like computers. We need to program them because they calibrate our expectations, and our expectations calibrate how effective or successful we will be at putt…
 
I know you probably are thinking, what’s the point in goal setting or creating a vision for the year if it can just be taken away in the blink of a moment? In light of the events of last year, are you feeling any anxieties for 2021 as you are deciding on things you’d like to accomplish, races you’d like to run, vacations you’d like to take? One thi…
 
My entire life I’ve been in too much of a hurry. The last couple of years have been teaching me that it’s time to slow down and focus on what is most important. I had to do a full-out evaluation of the activities and roles I was putting my time into and evaluating if they were where I needed to be. The short answer is most of them were not and that…
 
2020 Vision. That’s what this year was set up to be. A year of vision! Did you feel the same way on January 1? My word for this year was VISION. It’s crazy to think looking back it truly was a year of vision, but very different from what I saw or thought this year was going to bring. I’ll explain more about this as we go. I was reflecting on the ye…
 
Today’s guest started running in her 30s but didn’t race her first marathon until she was 58. She struggled with injury as she worked toward qualifications for the Boston Marathon, and her journey to motherhood is a huge victory story! Debbie Cohen had a 30-year career as a journalist and editor before launching a second career as a personal traine…
 
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