Mind Your Mind - Joseph Tropper

Sinopsis

Mind Your Mind is a weekly podcast of 10 supercharged minutes aimed at making your life better. It's filled with compelling discussions and practical solutions to increase your productivity and healthy living. Check it out today.

Episodios

  • Episode 047 - 5 Complexities in Trauma Healing

    Episode 047 - 5 Complexities in Trauma Healing

    13/08/2018 Duración: 10min

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  • Episode 046 - 5 Complexities in Trauma Healing

    Episode 046 - 5 Complexities in Trauma Healing

    06/08/2018 Duración: 11min

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  • Episode 045 - Normal Vs. Abnormal Fear and Anxiety

    Episode 045 - Normal Vs. Abnormal Fear and Anxiety

    30/07/2018 Duración: 10min

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  • Episode 044 - How to Be An Inspiring Leader - Dale Carnegie Part 4

    Episode 044 - How to Be An Inspiring Leader - Dale Carnegie Part 4

    23/07/2018 Duración: 11min

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  • Episode 043 - How to Effectively Share Your Opinion - Dale Carnegie Part 3

    Episode 043 - How to Effectively Share Your Opinion - Dale Carnegie Part 3

    15/07/2018 Duración: 12min

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  • Episode 042 - How to Become More Likable in 6 Ways - Dale Carnegie Part 2

    Episode 042 - How to Become More Likable in 6 Ways - Dale Carnegie Part 2

    02/07/2018 Duración: 09min

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  • Episode 041 - How to Relate to Others - Dale Carnegie Part 1

    Episode 041 - How to Relate to Others - Dale Carnegie Part 1

    18/06/2018 Duración: 11min

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  • Episode 040 – 7 Stigmas of Taking Medication

    Episode 040 – 7 Stigmas of Taking Medication

    14/06/2018 Duración: 17min

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  • Episode 039 – 3 Steps for Letting Go of Emotional Baggage

    Episode 039 – 3 Steps for Letting Go of Emotional Baggage

    04/06/2018 Duración: 11min

    Summary: From childhood to present, all experiences contribute to the person you are now. You might not realize it, but somehow, you’re carrying a form of emotional baggage in your life. Why burden yourself in carrying these pains, frustrations, and traumas? Learn to let them go as Joseph teaches us his 3 steps to shedding this baggage. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:24 – Today’s episode is about the 3 Steps for Letting Go of Emotional Baggage ● 00:36 – Thank you for your comments and questions! Connect with us at Mind Your Mind ● 01:09 – Joseph talks about what emotional baggage is ● 03:42 – Close your eyes and think about how much emotional baggage you’re carrying ● 04:12 – Come up with a number/amount of your baggage ● 05:06 – Step 1: Identify what’s in your baggage ● 06:26 – Step 2: Understand WHY you’re carrying it o 06:51 – Habit o 07:19 – Wanting the other person to admit their mistake o 07:50 – Mixed

  • Episode 038 – Positive Thinking Starting Now

    Episode 038 – Positive Thinking Starting Now

    14/05/2018 Duración: 08min

    Summary: Feeling down from time to time is normal in a person’s life and this feeling might be a result of an internal or an external trigger. It’s not always easy to just shrug off how you feel and sometimes you just have to give yourself time to feel that emotion before moving on. Today, Joseph shares with us the 9 ideas to positive thinking. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:25 – Today’s episode is about starting positive thinking ● 00:43 – “We all feel down sometimes” ● 01:26 – “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.” – Vivian Green ● 01:47 – The 9 Ideas to Positive Thinking o 01:54 – #1 Tune in to your heart and breathing o 03:41 – #2 Call a friend or expose yourself to social interaction o 04:13 – #3 Think about your past successes o 04:58 – #4 Sing, dance, or do yoga o 05:17 – #5 Take responsibility for your life o 05:52 – #6 Get some fresh air o 0

  • Episode 037 – Loneliness: 6 Steps Out

    Episode 037 – Loneliness: 6 Steps Out

    23/04/2018 Duración: 08min

    Summary: Humans are social creatures and being lonely is almost inevitable in a person’s lifetime. What people often don’t realize is, there’s no need to feel the loneliness — there are always people around who are willing to connect. Today’s podcast episode is about the 6 steps on how to get out of loneliness. Tune in as Joseph lists down these 6 steps and his tips in overcoming this feeling. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:27 – Today’s episode is about the 6 steps out of loneliness ● 00:42 – Loneliness is REAL ● 00:54 – “Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty” — Mother Teresa ● 01:13 – Loneliness is something that people experience ● 01:54 – Step 1: Acknowledge your feelings ● 02:25 – Step 2: Self-Talk ● 03:39 – Step 3: Find meaning and focus ● 05:01 – Step 4: Look at your social setting o 05:37 – Social media does NOT take the place of friendships ● 05:56 – Step 5: Have a

  • Episode 036 – 4 Lessons in the Search for Self

    Episode 036 – 4 Lessons in the Search for Self

    16/04/2018 Duración: 10min

    Summary: How deep have you explored yourself? That’s one question any person should reflect about. Sometimes people don’t realize that the way they act and react to different things are caused by internal factors — these may be past experiences, prejudice, and sometimes instilled beliefs. Today, Joseph shares about the 4 lessons we all have to know in the search for ourselves. Listen to know what these 4 lessons are and how these can help us in moving forward with our lives. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:25 – Today’s episode is about 4 lessons in the search for self ● 00:43 – Every day is an example of finding ourselves more ● 00:51 – The focus of this discussion will be based on Alice Miller’s works ● 01:33 – Joseph talks about Alice’s book, The Drama of the Gifted Child ● 03:00 – Lesson 1: There is a deep root of hurt in every one of us o 03:30 – In his work, Joseph sees child-parent dynamic where parents are powering giants

  • Episode 035 - 4 Questions to ask yourself

    Episode 035 - 4 Questions to ask yourself

    09/04/2018 Duración: 09min

    Summary: In this episode, Joseph lists down the 4 questions you should be asking yourself. Life can be short and it’s a huge reason why we should live it the way we really want to. We’re all given just one life and one chance, and it’s up to us to make the most out of it. Listen as Joseph shares questions you should start asking yourself to know whether you’re living the life aligned to your purpose or not. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:23 – Today’s episode is about the 4 questions to ask yourself ● 00:34 – “The unexamined life is not worth living” – Socrates ● 01:11 – The 4 Questions to Ask Yourself o 01:31 – What is my purpose? ▪ 01:43 – “Everyone wants to have something they want to live for” ▪ 02:46 – Even if you don’t think you have any idea on what your purpose is, you do — you just have to look deeper ▪ 04:04 – Take a moment to think about your purpose o 04:36 – Will it matter tomorrow? ▪ 05:06 – This

  • Episode 034 – 6 Ingredients For a True Apology

    Episode 034 – 6 Ingredients For a True Apology

    26/03/2018 Duración: 10min

    Summary: In this episode, Joseph talks about the apology. Interaction and relationships with people make mistakes and hurting others is inevitable. Even if hurting another person is not the intention, we have to realize that we all have to give and take. Listen as Joseph shares the 6 ingredients to help you deliver that true apology. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:24 – Today’s episode is about the 6 ingredients to true apology ● 00:39 – It’s not easy to own mistakes but we all have to learn to apologize ● 01:01 – “Never ruin an apology with an excuse” – Benjamin Franklin ● 02:01 – The 6 Ingredients to True Apology o Rewind – take a pause and understand what happened o Remove Excuses – recognize that you have to be vulnerable in apologizing o Remorse – people want to hear an apology with 2 parts of remorse: regret and pain o Responsibility – own your mistake o Repair – make it up to the person o Repeat – be w

  • Episode 033 – 5 Ways to Overcome Blind Spots

    Episode 033 – 5 Ways to Overcome Blind Spots

    26/02/2018 Duración: 10min

    Summary: In this episode, Joseph lists down the 5 ways to overcome blindsightedness. While it’s true that people can never see everything in all things and situations, there are ways to get feedback and overcome blind spots in our lives. Sometimes, we just don’t know what we don’t know. Tune in to learn what 5 ways can help you avoid blind spots and how to do them. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:24 – Today’s episode is about the ways to overcome blind spots ● 00:43 – “We all have blind spots in life” ● 01:22 – A quote from the book, Blindsight says, “To this day, I still don’t know what went wrong” ● 01:50 – Expect a discrepancy ● 02:37 – Joseph shares about the eye doctor story ● 03:47 – Be empathetic and sympathetic ● 04:36 – 5 Ways to Overcome Blind Spots o 04:40 – Ask a kid ▪ 05:04 – “Kids say things as it is” o 05:55 – Watch a video of yourself o 07:14 – Ask a co-worker or associate o 08:30 –

  • Episode 032 - 7 Myth-Busters About Boundaries

    Episode 032 - 7 Myth-Busters About Boundaries

    29/01/2018 Duración: 10min

    Episode Notes Summary: In this episode, Joseph talks about the 7 mythbusters about boundaries. Boundaries are set for a reason, and setting your boundaries as a person, should be on your terms. Having boundaries should not be a problem, it’s simply setting limits for yourself and for others in an appropriate and respectful way. Listen as Joseph shares what these 7 myths are, and what truths about boundaries you should know. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:22 – Today’s episode is the 7 mythbusters about boundaries ● 00:54 – “You best teach others about healthy boundaries by enforcing yours on them.” – Bryant McGill ● 01:14 – Myth #1: Boundaries mean that I’m selfish o 01:28 – This myth is what parents impose on children o 01:47 – Parents SHOULD set healthy boundaries o 03:18 – “Boundaries do not mean you’re selfish if they’re executed properly and appropriately” ● 03:30 – Myth #2: Boundaries mean that I’m a rebel o 03:

  • Episode 031 - 4 Reasons to Love Your Life Today

    Episode 031 - 4 Reasons to Love Your Life Today

    22/01/2018 Duración: 08min

    Episode Notes "Life is the flower for which love is the honey." – Victor Hugo Summary: Sometimes our lives get too much of the negatives, stresses, and unhappy experiences that we forget to make the most out of it. What happens in our environment affects how we live that we unconsciously forget what things are really meaningful to us. I will share with you 4 Reasons to love and appreciate your life. The 4 P’s to Love Your Life Today – Focus on: o Positive o Present o People o Purpose Put another way, it’s up to you how you prefer to remember them: The 4 G’s to Love Your Life Today – Focus on: o Gratitude o Grounding o Group o Goals Focus on Positive and Gratitude. Look on the beautiful things in your life to appreciate it. “Focusing on the things that we have really helps us understand things” The brain is trained to look at the wrong and to try to fix things. The Tell-Tale Brain talks about how the brain categorizes things in order. Spend time thinking of the posit

  • Episode 030 - 6 Family Dynamics of Murray Bowen

    Episode 030 - 6 Family Dynamics of Murray Bowen

    15/01/2018 Duración: 10min

    Episode Notes Summary: In this episode, Joseph lists down Dr. Murray Bowen’s 6 Family Dynamics. Families, just like individuals, are different in their own ways. Conflicts are not a rare occurrence with parents, spouses, siblings or children. Recognizing these family dynamics and what affects families both internally and externally will help us get a better grasp understanding them better. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:22 – Today’s episode: 6 Family Dynamics of Dr. Murray Bowen ● 00:40 – Dr. Murray Bowen’s family systems have a lot of insights that can be very helpful ● 01:15 – Dr. Bowen (1913 - 1990) was a very famous American psychiatrist during WWII ● 01:44 – He was a trailblazer who changed a lot of things in the norm ● 02:03 – Dr. Bowen’s 6 Family Dynamics o 02:19 – Triangulation – the smallest amount of conflict starts here ▪ When a person brings in a third party (maybe children) to avoid issue or to turn attenti

  • Episode 029 - 5 Stages of Grief

    Episode 029 - 5 Stages of Grief

    08/01/2018 Duración: 13min

    Episode Notes Grieving is a normal part of life. It’s actually not just about losing someone we love, it’s also about losing our jobs, our hopes, our dreams, and our aspirations. Today, Joseph educates us with the 5 Stages of Grieving based on Elisabeth Kubler Ross’ approach, what these stages mean, and how it affects us as individuals. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:23 – Today’s episode: 5 Stages of Grieving ● 00:28 – Joseph will expound upon Elisabeth Kubler Ross’ 5 Stages of Grief and approach ● 00:43 – Grief counselling is not just for someone who beraves death of a loved one but for people who lost jobs, hopes, and dreams ● 01:14 – Grief is a state where a person is faced with his own vulnerability ● 01:56 – Elisabeth Kubler Ross (1926-2004) is a Swiss-American psychiatrist who has a great heart and an amazing compassion to people ● 02:29 – She developed the 5 Stages to Grief model in a very compassionate and sensitive wa

  • Episode 028 – 6 Ways to Give and Receive Love

    Episode 028 – 6 Ways to Give and Receive Love

    20/11/2017 Duración: 08min

    Episode Notes Summary: Giving and receiving love requires its own set of rules. Today, Joseph opens with the principles of Gary Chapman who argues that love is communicated in different languages. One may feel love when they receive gifts. Others may need words of affirmation or physical touch. Whatever the language may be, if we aren’t approaching each other with this knowledge of what one needs to feel loved, then we may be missing the mark in our efforts to love one another. Tune-in to find out how love is communicated and how a few kind actions in our relationships can make a huge impact. Time Stamped Show Notes: ● 00:01 – Introduction to Mind Your Mind Podcast ● 00:25 – Today’s episode: 6 Ways to Give and Receive Love ● 01:17 – “Until we can receive with an open heart, we're never really giving with an open heart. When we attach judgment to receiving help, we knowingly or unknowingly attach judgment to giving help.” – Brene Brown ● 01:54 – 6 Ways to Give and Receive Love o 01:57

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