Start your week off on a positive note with us as we share insights and strategies that can make a difference.
Each week one of us will share something we have watched, listened to or read that we found inspiring, motivational, interesting, or thought-provoking with each other and you.
Our hope is that some of these ideas will inspire you to give them a try in your own lives or incorporate into your mindset to boost your mood and wellbeing - maybe even to change your life!
Brought to you by Daisy Brackenhall of Monday Mindset
How small steps can change your life just as much as giant leaps. Daisy shares a book that she has enjoyed and found helpful over the years. With the focus on taking small, comfortable steps to achieve your goals coming up more and more with popular books such as Atomic Habits ...
Daisy and Terri take a moment to reflect back on 2020 and look forward to 2021 and discuss some of the things that they plan to use to help make it a great year. Please consider helping us make more episodes by supporting Daisy on Patreon. https://bit.ly/MondayMindsetPatreon If you have enjoyed listening ...
Understanding some of how we actually change our brains with continued learning through the mechanism of positive neuroplasticity is easier to do than it sounds. Psychologist Rick Hanson, PhD and his adult son Forrest share so much valuable information in their podcast Being Well, and this episode shares an overview ...
This week Daisy is back with Brené Brown and her podcast Unlocking Us and a solo Brené episode: Brené on Strong Backs, Soft Fronts and Wild Hearts https://brenebrown.com/podcast/brene-on-strong-backs-soft-fronts-and-wild-hearts/ The book Terri mentions is Untamed by Glennan Doyle. Please consider helping us make more episodes by supporting Daisy on Patreon. https://bit.ly/MondayMindsetPatreon If you have ...
Saying, “I’m sorry” is a significant skill in all interpersonal relationships. In this episode Terri shares what she learned listening to two of her favorite psychologists, Brené Brown and Harriet Lerner, discuss the art of apologizing without the mistakes that so many of us make, despite knowing when we are ...