Episode 17, The AWP: Habits That Will Make or Break You Featuring Rylee Applebee (Recovery Episode)

Episode 17, The AWP: Habits That Will Make or Break You Featuring Rylee Applebee (Recovery Episode)

In this episode we tackle habit forming for kids, here are the 3 tips we learned if you want to move from endless nagging to delegation:

• 1. Pick one single basic habit

• 2. Get a timer

• 3. Enforce the consequence

Now for the number 1 habit to make your new year… recovery!

Here are 7 principles of recovery that will catapult you into the new year…

First practice step #4 alone from the 12 steps and you will be above the cut

step #4:

We made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

Here are the 7 principles achieved once you can admit we are ALL in recovery

#1 first admit we all need to recover from something

#2 this admission will place you a cut above in emotional maturity

#3 recovery asks & answers tough questions

#4 no one goes alone: REMEMBER JAMES 5

16 Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for

each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a

righteous person is powerful and effective. 17 Elijah was a

human being, even as we are. He prayed earnestly that it

would not rain, and it did not rain on the land for three and a

half years.

#5 brutal honesty is the only honesty

#6 watch the junk in your life move from dark to light

#7 its strategic and meticulous (that’s what makes it brutal)

As always here are the audio files

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Here are some links for further study:

Listen to this talk if you want to shape up habits in your kids life

https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/laying-down-rails-habits-workshop/?attribute_pa_media-type=audio-mp3-download

To get to work on the meticulous digging of your past, your wounds, stuck areas and bad habits grab this little workbook and invite 2-3 others to join you!

https://www.biblesatcost.com/the-life-recovery-workbook-a-biblical-guide-through-the-twelve-steps-softcover-352.html?fee=1&fep=35&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIweqAv6rK3wIV6h-tBh2McQJpEAQYASABEgIhtvD_BwE

To read about your family history and how it’s impacting your health (along with so many other brilliant insights) grab this classic from Pete Scazzero.

https://www.amazon.com/Emotionally-Healthy-Spirituality-Impossible-Spiritually/dp/0310348498/ref=asc_df_0310348498/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312562231174&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9792487286474645844&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1014218&hvtargid=pla-504503892127&psc=1

I also recommend Pete’s podcast for anyone at any point of their spiritual journey!

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-emotionally-healthy-leader-podcast/id1064966935?mt=2&i=1000422861470

Episode 16, The AWP: Coaching Essentials Featuring Loren Pine

Episode 16, The AWP: Coaching Essentials Featuring Loren Pine

Who needs mentoring and coaching? Young kids, millenials, new parents… everyone could use a life coach!

But first, we have to admit a need to get better and then we have to build a mentoring relationship on a foundation that will last.

Today, Loren and I cut through mass-produced coaching buzzword phenomenon and focus on the bedrock foundations of fruitful coaching and mentoring relationships.
Loren is a retired Pastor of more than 30 years and went on to study coaching for a decade.
Together we have been attempting to build a flourishing mentoring team at our local community of faith.

Any meaningful coaching relationships must be build on:
1, commitment to consistency
2, commitment to intentionality
3, commitment to tough questions
4, commitment to pay it forward

As always, here are some resources mentioned in today’s episode:
Crazy Love by Francis Chan (book)
Love Languages by Gary Chapman (book)
Article on the need for men to play and stay connected https://byrslf.co/thoughts-on-the-vegas-shooting-14af397cee2c

Check out the episode here!

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