In this week’s 11-minute episode Mark and Jen examine many people’s tendency to involve themselves in other people’s business. The two focus on relationships and encourage listeners to monitor their own tendencies.
In this week’s 12-minute episode Mark and Jen discuss the tendency for many people to show up small in the presence of other people. They discuss how many of us our reluctant to share our successes, joys, or excitement to others for fear that people aren’t interested or won’t celebrate those positive things. The two discuss why this happens and why it should change.
In this week’s 10-minute episode Mark and Jen introduce the concept of “enculturation” and the role it plays in our ability to make positive changes in our lives. They help listeners make the connection between their past experiences and how they show up in life. Understanding these connections is key in improved self-awareness.
In this 10-minute episode Mark and Jen have a conversation about how people can take more responsibility for the success of their close relationships. They talk about how common it is for people to settle for dull, rocky, lifeless relationships. The two point out that being a victor in life rather than a victim means seeking out the role we play.
In this 12-minute episode Mark and Jen discuss the impact that our words have on other people. They talk about how important other people’s words have been in shaping the direction of their own lives. The two also discuss why humans need the input of others to get a clear picture of their standing in the world.
In this 11-minute episode Mark and Jen talk about incorporating more laughter into life. They talk about times when it has helped them out of dark times and how important it is to make sure that listeners are laughing often.
In this 11-minute episode Mark and Jen get a question from a listener asking why they never discus politics and religion on the show. Mark shares insights as to why these topics can alienate shift heads who very much need the message that Oh, shift! has to offer.
In this 12-minute episode Mark and Jen continue the conversation about deservingness. They talk about having high expectations out of life and why having high expectations may create more work but it also creates a better reality.
In this 15-minute episode Mark and Jen ask the question, “should we be able to have what we want in life?” They discuss a process for narrowing down our preferences and desires, and how to apply that information to our career, family and marriage. The two also talk about blocks that people have in feeling deserving of having what they want.
In this 11-minute episode Jen talks about a questions that listeners often ask in her keynotes – What do we do with loved-ones or co-workers that are super negative? Jen talks about not being dragged down by these people and gives listeners a strategy to stay in their power around negative people.
In this 14-minute episode Mark and Jen tell about their Truth Circle™ facilitation model. Truth Circles™ were developed to give people the opportunity to speak their truth without fear or judgment. The two give some highlights of how to use them and what benefits they bring to groups. Mark offers to send guidelines to anybody who contacts him.
In this 14-minute episode Jen talks about sharing the Oh, shift! message across the country and she and Mark go on to encourage listeners to share their own message with those around them. The two discuss forums that people can use to lead groups and make an impact in their home and work.
In this 11-minute episode, Jen and Mark discuss taking technology fasts. Jen explains why she’s been giving herself technology breaks and shares how it has led to some more productive endeavors. The two discuss why the screen is such a lure for most people and what happens when it gets shut off.
In this 16-minute episode, Mark asks Jen about her tag-line “love yourself” and the two explore the challenges that many people have in loving themselves. The two explore causes and ways to deal with deficiencies in the way we feel about ourselves.
In this 16-minute episode, Jen speaks about emotional trauma that gets stored in people’s bodies in the form of pain. Jen shares her understanding of the concept and her own experience with physical pain emanating from childhood trauma. Jen refers listeners to teachings by Louise Hay that have helped her understand this connection.
In this 15-minute episode Jen and Mark discuss their approach to creating a Movement and the desire to keep things real and accessible to people in all walks of life. Jen discusses getting back in touch with the inspiration that led to writing Oh, shift!
In this 11-minute episode Mark and Jen continue the conversation about the influence of the subconscious mind over our lives. Jen breaks it down between the stories that were given to us by others and those we give ourselves.
In this 11-minute episode Mark and Jen discuss the power our subconscious mind has on our lives. They ponder how stories from our early lives influences and shapes our subconscious mind and the effect our words have in changing those stories.
In this 11-minute episode Jen and Mark discuss relationships and the value in being able to evolve our expectations of our loved ones over time. So many of us have challenges allowing for growth in the lives of our friends, family and spouses.
In this 10-minute episode Mark and Jen examine the portion of Oh, shift! dealing with friendships and when relationships may need to come to an end. Jen describes the difference between enduring a challenging relationship and when to let go of a relationship that can be damaging.