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Best of Ourselves

Marcia Hyatt

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Marcia Hyatt

Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.  Each week, the feature explores what we can do to be intentional, creative and joyful in our lives. 

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Jennifer Garvey Berger

Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves 2017 Part 2: Thriving in times of rapid change, with Jennifer Garvey Berger

This second program in the 2017 series - hosted by Marcia Hyatt - features a conversation with Dr. Jennifer Garvey Berger, co-author of "Simple Habits for Complex Times." She shares simple, fun and rewarding things we can do to be innovative and nimble in times of rapid change. Her practical tips not only provide immediate results, they are contagious!
 
Learn more about Jennifer on the Cultivating Leadership website, which includes a podcast where she talks about how she has applied these lessons to her journey with cancer. 
 
The 2017 Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves series is funded in part by the Community Opportunity Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.

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Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves 2017 Part 1: Living authentically, with Roxanne Howe-Murphy

This first program in the 2017 series - hosted by Marcia Hyatt - is an exploration into what it means to live deeply; to live a life of authenticity, presence and joy. Marcia interviewed Dr. Roxanne Howe Murphy, the author of the book "Deep Living." She talks about the simple things we can to do be happier and more resilient in our lives. 

Roxanne Howe-Murphy, Ed.D. is the founder of the Deep Coaching Institute, an internationally accredited, presence–based Enneagram coaching school, and of the Deep Living Institute for spiritual and life practice.  The author of "Deep Coaching: Using the Enneagram as a Catalyst for Profound Change" and "Deep Living: Transforming Your Relationship to Everything That Matters through the Enneagram," Roxanne teaches, coaches and leads retreats that support nondualism through the primacy of love, compassion and being surrendered to the Mystery.

The Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves 2017 series is funded in part by the Community Opportunity Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
 

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'Best of Ourselves' podcast has new home

Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and live coach and long time contributor to WTIP.  Her weekly series, 'Best of Ourselves', is now available as a podcast and has its own website.  North Shore Weekend host CJ Heithoff learns how the series is growing and changing in this interview.

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Creating Positive Habits - September 19, 2015

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Gretchen Rubin's new book, Better Than Before, shows creating new habits is not a one size fits all deal. Knowing yourself helps you find your way to positive habits.

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Avoidance - September 12, 2015

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Dr Ron Seigel, a Harvard professor, claims that avoidance is the number one cause of human suffering.  Dr Brene Brown says numbing keeps us from feeling the bad stuff, but also keeps us from feeling the good things too.  What are you avoiding?

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What Energy Are You Bringing Into the Room - September 5, 2015

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We each have an opportunity to change the energy in the room.  Wendy Palmer says it is just a wattage game.

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Getting On the Balcony - August 29, 2015

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A classic Harvard Business Review leadership article, The Work of Leadership, has something to teach all of us about how to live with uncertainty and change.

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Becoming What You Might Have Been - August 22, 2015

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We have more power than we usually tap to create our dreams, paraphrasing George Eliot, to become what we might have been.

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Don't Take It Personally - August 8, 2015

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It is great advice, and very hard to live.  A few thoughts on why we shouldn't take things personally.

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Creating a Learning Mindset - August 1, 2015

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Reflecting on the work of Carol Dweck.  We can learn to change the channel from our fixed mindset (when we tell ourselves we cannot learn) to a growth mindset (a key for growth and change). 

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