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“Win Today” is a weekly podcast hosted by Christopher Cook, aimed at equipping modern, soulful, wellness-minded men and women to confidently show up each day, fully-alive in their true identity, spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Join the conversation with world-renowned leaders, bestselling authors, and experts-in-field who will help you design your roadmap to wholeness from the inside out.
 
Beyond Caregiving...How do care; we also have to care for ourselves. How do we treat friends, family, strangers we meet? How do we heal the physical, social, financial, spiritual aspect of life? How do we heal after caregiver ends/ We do this by creating Healing Ties! By sharing their caregiving stories with host Christopher MacLellan, our guests reveal how they are creating Healing Ties in their community by their words, actions, and deeds.
 
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This week, we're talking about the thing...beneath the thing. The deeper issue. The root cause of the surface-level pain and anxiety you're experiencing today. This week, Steve Carter joins us and he will teach all of us how to identify and deal with the issues beneath the issues in life, how to recognize an over-extension of pleasure that serves a…
 
Zander Keig, MS, MSW, LCSW, and Jennifer Henius, LCSW are caregivers and social workers embarking an ambitious and much-needed project to launch the LGBTQ Caregiver Center as a new online resource hub as part of the Caregiver Wellness Collective Inc, a new nonprofit startup based in greater Tampa Bay, Florida. The LGBTQ Caregiver Center aims to rai…
 
Do you remember that at a young age, we had to be taught to color inside the lines? We had to be taught to think inside the box, too. But our natural instinct was to think outside the box. To express an innate genius through our lives. But here's the catch: genius is not transferrable. You could spend your life with Picasso and never become a great…
 
257: Burnout, Managing Energy, and How to Live at Your Best (feat. Carey Nieuwhof) Overwhelmed. Overcommitted. Overworked. That’s the false script many people, maybe you, and definitely I, adopt to be successful. Does this sound familiar? Slammed is normal. Distractions are everywhere. Life gets reduced to going through the motions. To be candid, i…
 
In today’s episode; I sat down with my friend Kaisha to take a look down memory lane as we talk about some of our favourite things from our childhood! We look at food, games, the media and so much more! You may hear some voices closer to the end of the show from some of you listeners! Enjoy the show! - Stay connected with Chris through social media…
 
After 35 years in business and leadership at the top of Chick-fil-A, Dee Ann Turner knows a few things about culture, about hiring the right candidate, and about coaching people to win their interview, land the job, and crush their career. And that's exactly where we're headed today. If you enjoy this episode with Dee Ann, I'm sure you'll also enjo…
 
Jodi O’Donnell – Ames is a professional speaker, wellness and empowerment coach, author, podcaster, and tireless advocate for Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Jodi is also the founder and current board member of Hope Loves Company, a non-profit organization committed to providing educational and emotional support to chi…
 
This week on the podcast, we're talking about why you need a reset in life. But today's conversation is more than practical; I believe it's going to be a spiritual deposit. From time to time, I like to invite friends, spiritual leaders, who will help us pause to receive perspective and wisdom about the bigger picture of what the Lord is doing in us…
 
Hey guys! In today’s episode, I sat with my friend Abby to discuss all things schooling! She is making a big move to Kingston next week for her 4 year program at Queens University so we chatted about the exciting parts and scary parts of the move! Good luck Abby with your new journey at Queens, You’ll do awesome! - Stay connected with Chris through…
 
Blind spots. We all have them, but the challenge is that we can't see them. So the task before us to is employ enough self-awareness and emotional maturity in order to seek wisdom from others about those blind spots so we can grow through them. Joining us today for this personal coaching conversation is a renowned executive coach and author, Daniel…
 
This week, Ben Higgins, ABC's "The Bachelor," joins the conversation to share his experience with shame, guilt, and isolation. This week, we'll also talk about why singleness, according to Ben, is not a disease that needs to be cured. If you've felt stuck in any of your relationships, you'll want to buckle-in to this one. If you enjoy this episode …
 
Marianne Scuicco is a registered nurse, dementia daughter, and author of the novel Blue Hydrangeas, an Alzheimer’s love story. She is also a founding member and manager of AlzAuthors.com, the global community of authors writing about Alzheimer's and dementia from personal experiences. On Alzauthors.com you’ll discover hundreds of inspirational stor…
 
Have you ever been in an emotionally unavailable and closed-off relationship? And in that relationship have you over-extended yourself to such a degree that the return on your investment was "crumbs of affection"? This week, we're talking about how to heal from rejection. You see, behind rejection is often underlying roots of unworthiness and aband…
 
In today’s episode, I sat down with Maranda to discuss all things mental health and the many challenges that are faced in the world today! It’s such a big topic and so important that we shed lots of light on it! - Stay connected with Chris through social media; @ChrisBehindTheMic on Instagram and Facebook! - Enjoy the show!…
 
For many people, stress, anxiety, and overwhelm are running full tilt right now. And as such, there's a common belief that there’s no way out. But this week, the founder of the Passion movement, Louie Giglio, joins us to talk about the root issue: the battle for your mind. If you enjoy this episode with Louie, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 241: How t…
 
This week, we're talking about anxiety; why we need to redefine it, and how to do exactly that. While mental health is complex, our culture has made anxiety into something it’s not. For the majority of people who face anxiety, the truth is simpler than we think: anxiety is an alarm. It’s a signal—nothing more and nothing less. Anxiety is simply our…
 
Dr. BJ Miller is a longtime hospice and palliative medicine physician and educator. He currently sees patients and families via telehealth through Mettle Health, a company he co-founded with the aim to provide personalized, holistic consultations for any patient or caregiver who needs help navigating the practical, emotional and existential issues …
 
Somehow, the unthinkable happened in your life: job loss, infidelity in your marriage, the loss of a parent far too early in life, the betrayal of a friend. Beyond the shock, grief and the sense of profound loss hits in an unpredictable way. And as we move through grief, not only does life change but we are changed in the process. And while a fatal…
 
Award-winning author Trish Laub’s expertise is derived from the full-time care of her parents, one with Alzheimer’s and one with stage 4 cancer, for whom she delivered the care and end of life they desired. She served not only as a hands-on caregiver but also as the manager of both of her parents’ daily and medical care, as well as their in-home ca…
 
We're all infected with a spiritual disease. Its name is "shame." Whether we realize it or not, shame affects every aspect of our lives. In fact, shame causes us to hide. Yet God is not absent or separate from our hiding. He's with us in it. So why do we work so hard to believe He's not with us in our shame? Find out this week as we sit down with D…
 
Episode #4, I sat down with my brother Carter and he opened up about the many struggles and challenges that he faced growing up and that he still faces to this day because of the stutter that he has had since birth. He talks about the situations that he has been through and the things he has found that have helped him grow, Take a listen! - Stay co…
 
Dr. Hsien Seow and Dr. Samantha Winemaker have worked their entire careers helping those who are facing serious illnesses. For years, they often heard patients and families say they felt unprepared and overwhelmed. Despite years of education, research, and advocacy, they continued to hear patients and families say “Why didn’t anyone tell me that so…
 
Living with an overshadowing feeling of guilt is exhausting. Guilt drives our decisions. Guilt is a source of distraction. And in relationships, guilt shows up as debt. How? Well, too often, we take far more responsibility than we should in a relationship. So, we may not have done something wrong, but we feel like we did, so we have to compensate. …
 
Ellen Prober Rittberg is an award-winning journalist whose humorous essays and features have appeared in the NY Times, HuffPost, Reader's Digest, and other major platforms. After being a caregiver to her mother for six years and realizing even though as an attorney she'd represented senior citizens for many years and had written reports and recomme…
 
This week on the podcast, Henry and Alex Seeley, pastors of "The Belonging Co." in Nashville are here to talk about the danger of deception and bitterness and core values that will shape your life. We'll also get under the hood of their personal journeys of risk and change, and what kept them anchored in truth and stability along the way. If you en…
 
LGBTQ seniors are among the most important and rapidly growing segment of our community. Understanding LGBTQ history can help us be better caretakers and advocates for LGBTQ older adults. Our guest, Amy Whelan has been a Senior Staff Attorney at the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) since 2011 and works on NCLR’s full range of litigation, p…
 
There's no quicker way for you to lose focus and motivation in life than when you decide to live as a victim of your past. And the operative word here is "decide." This week, Anthony ONeal, host of "The Table," joins us to talk about dumping excuses, setting boundaries, and... how to stop living with a victim mentality. If you enjoy this episode wi…
 
In today’s episode, I sat down with my mom Tracie as we discussed parenting, living our best lives and everything in between! It was a great one! Give it a listen when you get the chance and let me know what you think by leaving a rating/review! - Stay connected with Chris on social media, @chrisbehindthemic on all platforms!…
 
Susie Singer Carter is a writer/director/producer who has an intense passion for projects that emphasize girl power of all kinds - for all ages. Above all that... Susie is an extraordinary caregiver too! Featuring the late great Valerie Harper, Susie's critically acclaimed film…My Mom and the Girl is based on her true story of caring for her Mom, i…
 
Hey guys! My first two episodes have been released but I wanted to make sure before I release more that you get the opportunity to hear my trailer!! It’s short and brief and allows me to dig deeper into my podcast and introduce myself a little bit more! You can take a listen when you get the chance! - Stay connected with Chris through Social Media;…
 
Elissa Lewin is a licensed psychologist, licensed marriage and family therapist, who has been in practice over 30 years, and she’s the Founder and Executive Director of Nancy’s House. Nancy’s House is a program designed to break the isolation and exhaustion that can come with being a family caregiver. The program evolved from Elissa’s own experienc…
 
Three things that lead people to get married are often romantic attraction, sexual chemistry, and relational compatibility. Yet research shows that they do not predict future marital happiness and fulfillment. And in 1967, a study of college-age women found at 76% of women said they would marry someone if the man had every trait they were looking f…
 
At any age, a dementia diagnosis is difficult to grasp... But a dementia diagnosis at age 42? This episode of Healing Ties features special guest David Benedetto who shares his important story about being diagnosed with Early Onset Dementia at 42 and Dementia Care expert Gary Joseph LeBlanc from the Dementia Spotlight Foundation . Listen in and lea…
 
Thank you all SO much for all the support of Episode #1! it was INCREDIBLE! - In today's episode I sat down with Sierra to discuss the many world issues that surround us today, we talked about our opinions on them and things we can start to do to create change! - Stay connected through my social media platforms @ChrisBehindTheMic for details on fut…
 
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