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How to Live Your Vision with Creative Execution with Michele Hiebert

How to Live Your Vision with Creative Execution with Michele Hiebert

October 20, 2020

How to Live Your Vision with Creative Execution with Michele Hiebert

“Allow your body to function in a way that serves you.” — Dianne A. Allen 

The secret to living a fulfilling life is to always have fun in the process whatever it is that you’re going through or wanting to achieve. Get ready to be inspired to level up your tenacity when it comes to executing your vision. 

In this week’s episode, we are joined by a long-time friend, an incredible and gifted visionary, Michele Hiebert. 

Part One of ‘How to Live Your Vision with Creative Execution with Michele Hiebert’

I’ve known Michele since we were young because we both have raced sailboats since we were young. It was our sport of choice. Since then, I have admired her career, her tenacity, the way she executes what's important to her throughout many years. She’s always been passionate about fitness which made her interested in finding ways to make it as a source of her living.  

She is the CEO of Emerge, Orange County’s premier choice for mobile personal training. They love to challenge the idea that you have to go to a fitness facility to get a quality workout, in the middle of your busy life schedule.

The Emerge model is 100% mobile. Whether at your home, office, or a local park, our trainers come to you in a mobile gym loaded with every piece of equipment necessary to ensure you get the workout you are looking for.

“If you want something, go for it. Never give up.” – Michele Hiebert

As an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Michele dedicates herself to her personal training work and prides herself on how personalized her programs are. She listens to her client’s needs, goals and obstacles to getting fit and develops a plan tailored to their fitness goals. 

Michele has helped individuals meet their health and fitness goals for over 20 years. Racing Sailboats competitively for most of her life, she has always had a true passion for Health and Fitness. Through her work, Michele has gained a deep understanding of the need for individualized fitness plans.

Part Two of ‘How to Live Your Vision with Creative Execution with Michele Hiebert’

Remaining open and creative are two significant things that contributed to her success. She constantly questioned where she’s heading and made a way to pursue her dreams, instead of comparing herself with others. Her career has changed several times because she kept on asking questions like, “Is this really where I’m supposed to be? Is there more?” If you want to use your creativity to execute something, you must learn how to think outside of the box.  

“Even if you have limitations, you can still go out and do a lot of things.” – Michele Hiebert

Michele had three spinal surgeries over the last ten years but physical fitness saved her life. Now, she trains people for whatever body type they’re aiming for. If you’re struggling to reach your goals, remember that a winning attitude goes a long way. Empower yourself with words like, “You are enough.” It may sound more like on a spiritual or emotional level, but it ties to everything that you do. The way you love and believe in yourself does reflect in your actions. Go for whatever fills up your tank. 

How to Connect More with Michele Hiebert:

Instagram: https://bit.ly/36NSxy3

Facebook: https://bit.ly/36NSxy3

Twitter: https://bit.ly/30JKK0t

Linkedin: https://bit.ly/30GQ9oY

Website: https://www.emergeandbe.com/aboutus

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

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You have the Power to Create Your Vision with Craig Bartock

You have the Power to Create Your Vision with Craig Bartock

October 13, 2020

You have the Power to Create Your Vision with Craig Bartock

“If music spoke to you in any way in your life, it can be the best form of therapy.” — Craig Bartock

It's so mind-blowing how music serves as a language of our emotion that it can represent various feelings, and it can barge into the soul with no boundaries or limitations. In this week's episode, we are joined by Craig Bartock as we talk about your power to create your vision.

Part One of ‘You have the Power to Create Your Vision with Craig Bartock’

Craig Bartock is a lead guitarist, producer, and songwriter with the legendary rock band and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Heart. Extensive music production, scoring, composing, and teaching experience with 35+ years in the music industry in all aspects, including both analog and digital recording techniques, worked and have written charted singles with some of the biggest names in popular music, including Heart, Blondie, Aly and AJ, Brie Larson, Seal, Simply Red, Toni Braxton, Madonna, Tina Arena.

 

A long list of TV and Movie music composition and scoring including shows such as Dexter, The Carrie Diaries, Brothers and Sisters, Alien Encounters, MTV's The Alectrix, Burn Notice, Rachel Zoe Project, MTV Cribs, Sunset Daze, LA Ink, Access Hollywood, Dr. 90210, Valentine, and Reaper. Movies Elizabethtown and PS I Love You. Animation scores for Warner Bros, The Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Looney tunes, Nickelodeon, and Hanna-Barbera.

TV appearances include Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen, Dancing with The Stars, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, PBS Soundstage, The L Word. VH1 Rock Honors, Fanatic Live from Caesars Colosseum, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, A&E Private Sessions .... and has performed live with countless artists including Sammy Hagar, Cheap Trick, Emmylou Harris, Carrie Underwood, Alison Krauss, Neil Young, Graham Nash, Shawn Colvin, Richard Marx and Wynonna Judd to name a few.

“The beauty of music is the space between the notes.” – Dianne A. Allen 

Craig received a guitar as his first birthday present when he was eight years old and grew up loving music because something about it got him emotionally attached. He started his first band when he was twelve years old as he joined a talent show in sixth grade. When he was in seventh and eighth grade, he had a band that was professionally handled by a manager and started making money out of that. 

He says that "It's amazing how media and a song can make you feel a certain way or how you can play music for different people, but they still get to relate with the song." Anybody can agree that there's no greater gift or compliment for a songwriter or an artist to have somebody say that to you. Because when you put a song out there that describes how you feel, it's incredible how someone can take that song, interpret it, and fit it into their world. 

By the time he was in his mid to late teen years, he had lived in San Diego and in one of the most popular bands to play dances. Then, he got his first publishing deal when he was nineteen and first record deal when he was twenty years old. It was a learning curve where he enjoyed working with other people, which led him to an extended production and songwriting career.

Part Two of ‘You have the Power to Create Your Vision with Craig Bartock’

According to Craig, part of being in the music industry is learning how to survive on the road, how to take care of yourself, how to get enough sleep, how to find good food when you're in certain parts of the country so that you stay healthy, and how to stay focused. Even the landing and takeoff parts are hard, especially when you're used to your normal routines back home. Before becoming well-known, he was already mentally stable and had always felt good about himself. He never tried to smoke, drink, or even take drugs. 

He never experienced the "peer pressure" that most teenagers nowadays are struggling with. Here's something interesting about Craig too: he treats his home as a sanctuary in a unique way. You would never know that he had spent his entire life in the music business because he doesn't have any of his gold records hung up on the wall or pictures of him with famous people. His home is a place where he forgets about all of that. His perspective is that he doesn't need to display things to be reminded of his passion.

“The hardest part is the takeoff and the landing.” – Craig Bartock

Craig has a big heart when it comes to giving back to people. He's willing to go out of his way, like talking to the security person who has to sit for twelve hours in front of their dressing room door and ask if he needs anything. Now that we're still stuck in the pandemic, his goal is to guide people in the right direction to experience full musicality and bring their vision forward. No matter how big or small our contributions are, now is the time for us to empower each other.

Generally, the sky's the limit for music because not only you get the chance to help others grow their passion, but you get to convey your message through the lyrics when you can't say those words face to face. Therefore, if you're musically inclined, get it out there and express yourself. I assure you, it's a promising therapy for your soul — coming from someone who spent his entire life in the music business.

How to Connect More with Craig Bartock:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CraigBar

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/craigbartock/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-bartock-999a8714/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/craig.bartock

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

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How To Execute Your Vision with Tom Dreesen

How To Execute Your Vision with Tom Dreesen

October 6, 2020

How To Execute Your Vision with Tom Dreesen

"Laughter is not only psychologically a deterrent; it's physiologically therapeutic. Comedians are physicians of the soul.”  - Tom Dreesen (16:43-16:45)

Laughter is the best medicine, and it always will be. To send you some cure to whatever illness you're experiencing right now, Someone Gets Me has an amazing guest with us who can heal us by making us laugh. But wait there's more! Our guest for today's episode also managed to have a vision and go after it with fervor and attain it and is still moving forward with amazing things. 

Tom Dreesen is with us today. He's coming to us from California and Tom has a longstanding career that started with that inner urge of "I'm going to do something with my life, and I'm going to follow that inner vision." And guess what? He did it. Tom is a known actor and comedian. He opened for Frank Sinatra for many years and has been on over 500 T.V. shows and movies.

Tom has an amazing story that will inspire you beyond measure. So get your coffee or your tea. Hang out with us for a little while and let yourself listen to his words in a way that will touch your heart and provide meaning for you. 

Part One of "How To Execute Your Vision with Tom Dreesen."

Tom Dreesen has such a fascinating life that roots from the inner part of him that took a stand to follow his vision. I believe that if we talk about how he did that, all these great results he achieved, and all the fun experiences, then we'll learn something valuable from him.

Tom related that he grew up in a suburb on the south side of Chicago called Harvey, Illinois. It was steel mills and factories where they made everything from clutch plates to crankshafts. He had eight brothers and sisters, and they lived in a shack with no bathtub, no shower, no hot water. The shack was rat-infested, roach-infested and if a window broke, you stuck a rag in it. 

He further added that as a little boy, both his parents were alcoholics. He would take his shoeshine box every night and go shining shoes in all the bars in the neighborhood. At age 16, he helped feed his brothers and sisters. 

As poor as they were during those times, Tom was embarrassed by the way he dressed whenever he attended school. He quit high school when he was a sophomore and worked in the streets. He ran with a tough crowd and at age 17 went into the Navy. 

When Tom was in the Navy, he began to go out to sea and read. "I wanted to read books that would improve my mind. When you're a young boy like that, you're reading sex novels and stuff like that. But I kept thinking I need to improve my mind. So I started reading Norman Vincent Peale, The Power of Positive Thinking." shared Tom.

Tom also mentioned that "The Magic of Believing" by Claude Bristol helped him more than anything. From that moment on, Tom believed that whatever the mind can see and believe, it will achieve. And that fascinated me and how you could accomplish that. 

"That's what this vehicle we have, this body we have, it needs a flight plan. "- Tom Dreesen (05:53-05:57)

In giving an account of how he executed his vision, Tom let the cat out of the bag and shared to us his beliefs. He said, "I now get motivation talks on four subjects: perception visualization, self talk and develop a sense of humor. But I tell everybody that most people wander in life because they don't know what they want in life. So I said this, "The pilot who flies the 747 from L.A. to Boston, does he drive a hundred miles an hour to the airport, drive out on a tarmac, run to board the aircraft, take off down the runway and say, "Now, where am I going?" NO! He files a flight plan. That's what this vehicle we have, this body we have, it needs a flight plan."

Anchored to that belief and enthusiasm, while Tom was in the Junior Chamber of Commerce, he wrote a drug education program about drug abuse with humor. He was making the kids laugh, playing music and everything, and then showing them the illicit drug use in our community. 

At that time, they were teaching drug education at a college level or high school level, let alone at an elementary school level. He met a young black guy who graduated from Norfolk State College, and his name was Tim Reid. Together they worked on a project, went from one classroom to another, and the program became very popular. 

Then one day, a little girl walked out of the classroom and said, "You guys are funny, you ought to become a comedy team." That moment rang some bell on Tom's mind, and he said, "I never, ever thought about being in show business. That was the furthest thing from my mind." The thought of a black-white comedy team is intriguing, and there had never been one in America. 

They started writing what they thought was material and went into a club. That first night on stage on Friday night, something Tom had written got a laugh, and it was almost like an epiphany, like the dark clouds opening up like a bee movie. 

"At that very moment, my whole being. Oh, yes, this is what I want to do. I want to make a living as a standup comedian. The thought that I can make a living making people laugh overwhelmed me." Tim proudly retold how he felt during that moment of celebration, self-satisfaction, and victory.

Part Two of "How To Execute Your Vision with Tom Dreesen."

Tom's winning moment doesn't end there. He also shared that one day when he was eight years old, he was selling newspapers and all horns were blowing, all the elders in the community were coming out in the streets. It's Lou Boudreau day; he's a famous baseball player from Harvey, Illinois. He played shortstop for the Cleveland Indians, and they won the World Series. He's a hometown hero. That day, Tom thought, "Wow, there are parades, and people were cheering him on. Wow, somebody from Harvey, Illinois, is famous. One day maybe they'll also have a parade for me." On that Lou Boudreau day, Tom was fantasizing about driving down a street and waving at everybody in a car. 

Then, August 22nd, 1992, Tom went back to Harvey, Illinois, and on that corner, that corner where he sold newspapers, they named that street, "Dreesen Street."—after him. A big parade was made for him, and the guy who introduced me to the crowd was Lou Boudreau.

"You can live every day until you die. Or you can die every day until you die. It's your call."-Tom Dreesen (41:31-41:37)

Tom also had an inspiring answer when I asked him if there was any food he had eaten that was so memorable that he still thinks about it, whether it was good, bad or indifferent. 

So he told us another story and said, "When I was a little boy, the shack we lived in, we rarely had meals. And I grew up with very poor nutrition. I took my shoeshine box downtown Chicago and went by the Chicago theatre. There was a steak place called the Blackhawk Restaurant, and I had never eaten steak in my life. The smells of that steak, I couldn't believe how delicious that smell was. But I couldn't afford to pay for that. And my family's greatest delicacy would have been chicken. 

Years later, when I was in the Navy, a buddy of mine, got to ask me what kind of steak you like? And I said, "I don't know. I'd never eaten steak." He didn't believe that.

Steaks are done well in Chicago, and there's a place called Gibson Steakhouse that when I go to Chicago, I'd go there and have my steak."

"Prayers are answered. Sometimes we can't handle it all alone. You need to have faith, and faith can move mountains. It can move mountains, and I'm a living example of that." Tom added.

In closing, Tom reminded us that Every day is a celebration. Every day is a gift. Every morning when you wake up, say yes, to whatever amazing experience or opportunity shows up. It's always more magical and amazing than you imagined. 

Tom Dreesen Full Bio:

Tom Dreesen left his hometown of Harvey, Illinois over 40 years ago to seek fame and fortune in Hollywood. Since that time he has made over 500 appearances on national television as a standup comedian including 61 appearances on the Tonight Show.  He was a  favorite guest of David Letterman and has hosted the show during David’s absence.  For years, he has been a regular in all of the main showrooms in Las Vegas performing with Sammy Davis Jr., Lisa Minnelli, Natalie Cole, Smokey Robinson, Mac Davis, Tony Orlando and for 14 years in seven different casinos and toured the nation as the opening act for Frank Sinatra.

As an actor he’s appeared in many motion pictures like Trouble With the Curve, Spaceballs, Man On the Moon, HBO movies Rat Pack and Lansky, and mastered roles on television shows like Columbo, Touched By An Angel, Murder She Wrote, Facts of Life and WKRP in Cincinnati.

The first 6 years of his career he shared the stage with Tim Reid as America’s first black and white comedy team and as history shows, they were the last.  The duo recently wrote a book called Tim and Tom: An American Comedy in Black and White about their escapades touring the nation from 1969 to 1975, which is now in the process of becoming a movie.

Tom’s current book Still Standing. My Journey from Streets and Saloons to the Stage and Sinatra is receiving rave reviews.

He is currently appearing in theaters around the country in his one man show, An Evening of Laughter and Stories of Sinatra, displaying his critically acclaimed comedy skills with his extraordinary storytelling ability. The combination of the two led Chicago Tribune critic Rick Kogan to write, “Brilliant, funny, poignant”.

His manager of over 30 years says, “Tom has lent his talent to over 100 charities including one he founded called Day for Darlene running 26 miles three years in a row to raise money and honor his sister Darlene who was challenged with Multiple Sclerosis.  An ex-GI and strong supporter of our troops, he’s performed in military bases all over the world including Iraq.  On May 14, 2005 he received the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor Award for humanitarian service to his country.

Daily Variety wrote, “Dreesen is one of the most respected comedians of our time”.  Larry Wilde, author of the book, The Great Comedians said, “Excellent material, superb delivery, impeccable timing.  Tom Dreesen is the Quintessential 

Comedian.” Frank Sinatra said “Tommy is a brilliant comedian and a master, Master of ceremonies.”

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

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Be sure to take a second and subscribe to the show and share it with anyone you think will benefit. Until next time, remember the world needs your special gift, so let your light shine!

The Importance of Advocacy with Emily Levy

The Importance of Advocacy with Emily Levy

September 29, 2020

The Importance of Advocacy with Emily Levy

"It was possible for things to be fair or that they were supposed to be fair."- Emily Levy (03:44-03:48)

Advocacy ensures people in the society can protect their privileges and have their thoughts and desires considered. In this week's episode of Someone Gets Me, Dianne A. Allen invites Emily Levy to talk about advocacy. Emily has all kinds of amazing things she's doing around elections. So she will talk about that in the show. 

Part One of "The Importance of Advocacy with Emily Levy."

Emily grew up in the ’60s in San Francisco and was taken to protest against the Vietnam War by her parents and walking precincts for candidates her parents believed in. So from a very early age, she was involved in seeing how people work for what they want in their communities. 

"I guess I have always risen to challenges in various ways. And I trace my activism and advocacy work back to toddlerhood when my biggest complaint was it's not fair. I had this idea that things could be fair or that they were supposed to be fair. But it has not been okay with me when things aren't fair for as long as I can remember. So my whole life, I have done what I can to make things fairer," says Emily on asking how her life ended on becoming an advocate. 

Furthermore, Emily also added that she had some struggles in academics when she was a child. She had to make her own challenges to live up to that sense of justice and having things be just on a spiritual level. She was like the petition kid and set everything up for justice.

"I remember we would have like 20 spelling words a week, and we were supposed to put them and set them into sentences. Some teachers insisted on one word per sentence, and some teachers let us use more than one word. So I would challenge myself to get all 20 words into one sentence because I was bored out of my mind. Things that didn't make sense. To have us do work that we were supposed to do, even if we'd already learned what they were supposed to be teaching us. So in an elementary school, those are the kinds of challenges that I remember most," Emily shared. 

"The people who I know like me, in high school, are much happier with their lives now than the cool kids who were using drugs or more in the 'in-crowd'." -Emily Levy (14:04-14:27)

The school wasn't stimulating enough for Emily. It wasn't matching her skill set. Many geeky, nerdy, smart kids get over reinforced for their intelligence. Sometimes the adults miss the sensitive, emotional part, the need to be connected, and the need to be cared about. 

It's just so feeding into the head, and so that synchrony of the development gets exaggerated. It's part of that whole idea that we get put into these boxes. This is the smart kid, this is the pretty kid, this is the athletic kid, and etc. There's rarely a holistic appreciation of human beings as complex and valuable for everything about us.

The world is trying to push people into one box, and we're not allowed to get out of it. When we push those boxes, as gifted, talented people, we're going to where we push the limits and say, "No, hold on for a second. This is who I am." Let's pay attention to everybody else who is multidimensional because there's so much more going on—that's the game-changer. 

Part Two of "The Importance of Advocacy with Emily Levy."

The whole idea of justice is a form of perfectionism that comes to gifted people. It's a natural part of our DNA to care about justice and things being right. It's normal, and so you were aware of it and could feel it and see it and experience it from time to time. 

Emily does advocate professionally and has been doing it for a while. Not everybody does it, and some people don't put it in their vocation in the same interesting way. 

Sharing about that piece of the journey, Emily says, "At some point in my 20s, I realized I had grown up with the sense that my mind was destined for greatness. But I had no idea what that meant, what did what was expected of me, who it was that was expecting it, and what I was supposed to do about it. But anything I fought about doing felt like it wasn't good enough. At the same time, I got a chronic illness and became disabled. I was limited in my ability to interact with the world for about 30 years from that illness.”

Furthermore, she also shared her struggles in discovering her purpose. “In the time of my life, when I was expected to figure out what my career is going to be, I wasn't able to have one. I was pretty much homebound, and I didn't have many hours a day where I could do much other than take care of myself. It also gave me a lot of time to think about what I wanted to do. 

"There's no blanket answer for what everybody needs other than to be listened to and for someone to get them." -Dianne A. Allen (15:00-15:07)

“My former partner and I adopted four kids, and the first three we adopted were already older. The first one was five, and then a year and a half later, we adopted siblings who are ten and eleven. A few years later, we adopted a baby. She's a lot younger than her three siblings, and there is a way in which I thought of raising my kids as my work in the world, which will be familiar to the parents who are listening,” Emily related.

Specifically, she thought that raising those kids who all had a rough start and try to instill some values in them about justice is her social change work. 

But when her youngest came along, Emily realized that her oldest kids didn't see her as an advocate or an activist. She wasn't doing anything else, except attending an occasional protest if she was able. “I wanted my youngest to see me as an active person working to change the world. And I mean, I wanted them all to see it.” Emily stressed out.

Getting more active in going forward, Emily came to understand a lot more about the problems with the United States' election system and how our votes are counted—it is virtually counted by computers. Those computers can be programmed to produce any result, regardless of how people vote.

“I landed on positions being paid to get rid of those electronic voting systems and running investigations of elections and training people to observe the processes in an election office after an election and things like that.

I also knew that with the gravity of the United States' situation and the world right now, this 2020 election was coming around, I need to focus.

I kept wanting to make a living, doing the stuff that mattered to me. I've been assembling in my life about how to make a living, doing work, making the world fairer.” emphasized Emily.

In wrapping up the interview, I asked Emily if she was to have a billboard, what would she put in there. With words very well said, she replied, 

“Life is better when things are fair for everyone.”

How To Get In Touch With Emily Levy:

Links: http://scrutineerscommunity.org

http://twitter.com/scrutineersUS

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

Follow our Dianne’s Facebook Page: Dianne A. Allen

Email contact: dianne@visionsapplied.com

Dianne’s Mentoring Services: msdianneallen.com

Website: www.visionsapplied.com

Be sure to take a second and subscribe to the show and share it with anyone you think will benefit. Until next time, remember the world needs your special gift, so let your light shine!

How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen

How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen

September 22, 2020

Leaders are faced with everyday challenges and obstacles. It's vital that you learn how to be proactive versus reactive. That's what you were designed to handle as a leader in the first place. The fact you've embraced the leadership role is a transformation, and it's full of possibilities. Many of them are stuff you choose, while some are the pure luck of the draw. Your job as a leader is to execute your vision and not to get off track. Either you have to see it happening and be ready, or you have to be prepared to tackle it on the run.

In this week's episode of Someone Gets Me, Dianne A. Allen interviews Sharon Rosen to help leaders execute their visions. Watch the full show of "How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen." and learn how to be a vision-filled and effective leader.  

Part One of "How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen."

If you're a leader, you've got to start growing and expand yourself into something you know nothing about and be curious. Living in your head alone is like being a stick with a brain that doesn't work. It destroys your body and stops your goodness from showing up in the world. Your goodness is important and vital. So please be a little curious about something new. Go to a place where you can learn, a place such as “The Tree of Life.” Imagine that The Tree of Life lives within you.

 

The Tree of Life is contained within universes, which is part of the most inclusive, ethereal and untouchable reality. You get it in a way that you could never have gotten from books. Healings with people engaging with the Tree of Life is such a great gift. It also can help you get unstuck from past issues. 

 

This is important because being a leader means transformation. You are transforming yourself so you can change other people's lives as well. But transformation isn't always fun and pretty. You can't run a marathon unless you create more endurance to sustain yourself.  

 

It's not always just light and comfortable and pretty on the spiritual growth journeys. Spiritual growth journeys are very messy. Although people like to say that it's all beautiful and it's great, that's true. But, at the very same time, it can be very messy and very intense and very challenging and requires multiple peer groups of support, other human connection and direction.  

 

"If leaders are more deeply supported internally and externally, then we're able to lead more effectively with less angst and anger and attack in the world. We can lead from a more authentic spot."- Dianne A. Allen (26:10-26:23)

 

The most significant leaders, the greatest visionaries, have other people in their corner who are leaders and visionaries because we got to support each other.

How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen

"If you're a leader, you've got to start growing and expand yourself into something you know nothing about."— Dianne A. Allen (7:58-8:04)

We have to learn how to hold opposites and hold paradoxes. That's where the healing and the wholeness come in, not from thinking that you can push away all the "negative stuff" or the stuff you don't like and go to the light. 

Life is messy, but it's beautiful, astounding, and unique. Learn to hold things in the right balance, which isn't always 50/50, depending on what's going on.

Sharon says it perfectly, “You're not broken, and I'm not here to fix you. I am here as a "healer"; I'm a catalyst for other people's always available wholeness. So you already have everything you need inside of you.”

But life by the very virtue of being born into human form, some things get a little out of kilter. And we learn to adapt. Like if somebody has a physical handicap. They deal with it, get a prosthetic, and keep moving on.

So rectifying is a way of holding, reflecting, embodying, and resonating out the already healed and whole being that lives within you.

Always come back into yourself, to not be expecting. It's natural to want things, but the less you want and hope, you don't need as much from people out there to understand you the way you want —therefore, people get you more. 

Part Two of "How the Tree of Life Helps Leaders Execute Their Vision with Sharon Rosen."

A leader is not necessarily a position. A leader can be a four-year-old that leads somebody out of danger. Sometimes leaders are mischievous ones who get the class to do wild stuff to the teachers, but they're still leaders, and we're all leaders somehow.

If leaders live from the essence of The Tree of Life, their leadership transmutes into something even more impressive than they thought. 

So when we're working with The Tree of Life, you'll deal with aspects that correlate to the hips and the legs. It has something to do with how you move in the world. If someone is in a leadership role, they're used to going, doing, and not stepping back into their splendor, wisdom, and goodness.

Taking time for themselves is a sort of self-care. When you've got a good balance in these two areas, because you're always pushing, pushing, and pushing, that pushing has to be balanced with more internal aspects of self-care. Maybe a meditative practice or writing practice or something that's just for you, that feeds you and sustains you nourishes you on a deep level. 

 

Sometimes you have to stand still. Go more internally, and then you refuel, and then you can move forward from a more strategic and balanced and sustainable place. 

"The Tree of Life helps you keep the flow going so that you can be grounded and centered. And if you start moving too far, too fast, you check back in. It helps us come back to who we are so that we can move forward more effectively" -Dianne A. Allen (30:11-30:32)

Many people struggle with burnout because they're always pushing, and even leaders who aren't pushing can struggle from burnout because if you don't take care of yourself along the way, you spend all your inner resources.

So The Tree of Life helps you keep the flow going. It's okay to stop for a minute, take a few deep breaths. 

Remember that even if it feels like an emergency or urgent, it doesn't mean it is. Using The Tree of Life’s balance and holding both things permits us not to be slaves to that urgency.

It's huge in our society. It's enormous in people who have big visions. "I gotta do it." "I gotta get it out there.

The thing with leaders is that they have people who lean into them and count on them. Maybe they don't feel that they have enough of that kind of support in their own life. It's like you're trying to do a marathon on one leg. 

Rest into the fact that you're part of something larger than just you and let yourself rest. Feel yourself, stop and close your eyes for a minute when you have time during the day and go, "Oh, it's not just all about me. I'm not the only driver here." 

Rest back into the fact that you are part of a much larger energy field. Additionally, leaders tend to overthink things and tend to wrap it on their heads and consequently undo the very blessing they could be receiving.

Leaders are visionaries in any way and are creatives. They should see that life is multidimensional and that they have multifaceted abilities. They can go at anything from lots of angles. 

Everybody, keep your face to the sun, so the shadows fall behind you because you're a rock star, and you're here on purpose.

So, let's use our curiosity and our multidimensional selves to emerge even more magical and brilliant.

More About Sharon Rosen:

Sharon guides busy, successful people to lead from their inner

wisdom. Learn to take charge of your time and energy, gain clarity and

confidence, and advance your personal and professional growth.

www.sharonrosen.com

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Dianne's personal vision and mission are to educate and inspire people to touch their inner fire and allow that beauty to come into the world. I believe that we all have a message that is healing and uplifting somewhere deep inside. She designed this podcast to awaken and live from your inner beauty, fire, and truth. Find out more about her through this link: https://someonegetsme.com/about-me/

Why Self-Love is Vital to Our Immune System with Donna Powers

Why Self-Love is Vital to Our Immune System with Donna Powers

September 15, 2020

Why Self-Love is Vital to Our Immune System with Donna Powers

“I had understood, what sickness and health were all about, it actually had a name and the name was homeopathy. And it's about the ability to self-heal.” — Donna Powers (10:02-10:15)

Are you or a family member sickly? Or you've experienced being sick, and after several tests and invasive treatments, the doctor tells you that there's nothing wrong with you? The science behind sickness and healing can be complicated sometimes. More than that, over the counter medicines and invasive treatments procedures pose adverse side effects. 

Good health allows us to be free and who we are to do what we are supposed to be doing. In this week's episode, Diane A. Allen, together with Donna Powers, talks about how self-love is vital to our immune system. 

Part One of Why Self-Love is Vital to Our Immune System with Donna Powers

Our immune system's language is as our war metaphors, attack, defend a battle. I suggest we move away from these war metaphors and think about it as a community, a conversation, communication, and commensal eating at the same table.

When we get sick, it does not mean that our immune system isn't working correctly.  It means our immune system is working very well. Having a healthy immune system is having sicknesses from time to time. It's like a natural detox. 

“That's the idea of the immune system, it goes beyond just the function and structure of cells and hormones and a virus.” – Donna Powers (19:51-20:01)

When we're not attending with self-love and care and good nutrition, it's like we've had a party inside, and the party needs to clean up.

That's where homeopathy will come in energetically to support that vital force, to create a fever, or whatever needs to be made to do the cleanup.

The virus starts the cleanup, but it's got to dump its toxins somewhere. It-dumps those toxins in the immune system. The immune system then initiates a whole cascade of events and gets rid of stuff through our discharges. That's the detox, that's cleared out, getting rid of the toxic and waste. Either you have to blow it out to have it leak out, and that is healthy, but it's uncomfortable when we get stuck in it. 

Furthermore, we can be freer in whatever emotion needs to be expressed. When you're feeling sad, it's appropriate for you to cry. Tears are a discharge. Sadness is existential, and it's hidden. You can't get it medicated, it's just there, and you can't squash it. It's about learning how to let the alignment and flow help bring everything back together. 

It's an energetic support system that helps us self-heal and continue to self-heal.

Part Two of Why Self-Love is Vital to Our Immune System with Donna Powers

We are mammals that need our tribe. And just like we are in our immune system's inner world, we need every part that's in there. And if we isolate one piece from the other or suppress it in that one part from the other, it has consequences. 

In these times of isolation, homeopathic remedies can help. Homeopathy is about the ability to self-heal. I believe that we're all energy beings, and when we get sick, there's like a wreck with the energy. Then the energy diverts and goes around, and all of that and when we rectify the impact, things can automatically heal. 

There are ways to use homeopathy as prevention, especially if we have overwhelming fear. But we've got homeopathic remedies that will address the anxiety, fear of germs. Fear of going out to the public. Fear of being alone. 

“Give yourself love generously.” – Dianne A. Allen (49:03-49:05)

Speaking to a homeopath, you'll open up, and there is that self-love that starts to move in.  Sometimes after a consult, you'll feel like you're being heard that somebody gets your point, and it's not pushed away or minimized, but it's heard and received. That's self-love and action. 

You don't have to worry about having to run out to the pharmacy and getting your over-the-counter medications. You can use your kit and then be in touch with a homeopath.

How to Connect with Donna Powers

www.powersofhomeopathy.com

donna@powersofhomeopathy.com

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

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Your Body Bears the Burden with Julie Ashlock

Your Body Bears the Burden with Julie Ashlock

September 8, 2020

Your Body Bears the Burden with Julie Ashlock

“Our body can't perform for us if we're not treating it with the utmost respect that it deserves.” — Julie Ashlock (25:25-25:36)

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle isn't just about exercising regularly or eating healthy food. It means loving and appreciating yourself for who you are without striving for perfection. In this week's episode, we will talk about how your body bears the burden from a therapist's perspective.

Part One of ‘Your Body Bears the Burden with Julie Ashlock’

As the owner of Jules Body Shoppe and a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2009, people are often surprised that her previous career was as a Manager of a Title Company. For years, she held a corporate leadership role and managed people, processes, and operations. Her past experiences gave her a strong foundation to be a business owner and allow her to relate to her corporate wellness clients.

“Our mind is the ultimate influencer.” – Dianne A. Allen (27:05-27:09)

Julie Ashlock was over forty years old when she started being intrigued by how the body works. When the market crashed last 2008, she lost six-figures in a matter of four days, which turned out to be a tough blow. It was an experience that made her switch to a different direction. 

She's now a Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist trained in the Vodder Technique & also trained in the Cranial Release Technique. These modalities allow her to help individuals who are about to undergo or have recently undergone surgical procedures to decrease their recovery time & decrease pain. These techniques are also effective in aiding the release of toxins and provide relief from stress-related disorders such as migraines and TMJ. They are highly effective in helping those with Bell's Palsy. She finds it rewarding to help people change their perspective and have the best time of their lives.

 

Part Two of ‘Your Body Bears the Burden with Julie Ashlock’

 

There are a million different forms that negative energy will settle into our bodies. We can learn from Julie that filling your mind with positive thoughts will block the negative thoughts from coming in. There's no room for it anymore. We only have one body. Let's treat it with respect so it can function properly. Eat on time, stay hydrated, and get adequate sleep.

“Self-care is a gift. It's not selfish at all.” – Dianne A. Allen (32:18-32:24)

We have to give ourselves grace every single day and appreciate the small wins that we do. If you drink a bottle of water today more than you did yesterday, that's a win. That's giving your body something that it wants, needs, and appreciates. Love yourself enough by making healthy decisions. 

Do it for the people you love so that you can be there for your grandkids in twenty years. Remember, don't beat yourself up in the process.  Prepare your body now so you can have that healthy future and enjoy the things you're currently working hard for.

How to Connect More with Julie Ashlock

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julieashlock/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/julie.ashlock.1

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

Follow our Dianne’s Facebook Page: Dianne A. Allen

Email contact: dianne@visionsapplied.com

Dianne’s Mentoring Services: msdianneallen.com

Website: www.visionsapplied.com

Are You Gifted and Don’t Know It?

Are You Gifted and Don’t Know It?

September 1, 2020

Are You Gifted and Don't Know It?

“Gifted people love to have a sense of perfectionism in their environment.” — Dianne A. Allen (02:49-02:53)

Gifted people have untypical brain development, which is why they sometimes see the world acutely and feel big emotions. It's time that we create a culture that encourages people to embrace their giftedness without feeling guilty. In this week's episode, we're going to talk about being aware of your giftedness and what to do about it.

Part One of ‘Are You Gifted and Don't Know It?’

Was there a time in your life where you felt like you're different from everyone else? I have confirmed that from the age of five. I even thought there was something wrong with me. It wasn't an easy journey because people think life is easier for smart people. Sometimes you wonder, how did that even get interpreted? There's a sense of chronic loneliness that I kept asking myself, who will understand me?

Here are some of the interesting things about gifted people. They love to have a sense of perfectionism, but it's not that fear-based perfectionism. They want to see things in order to be deemed as good enough. It's the perfectionism that has something to do with precision, beauty, and harmony. Gifted people sometimes struggle with being vulnerable because they've experienced being made of because of it. Gifted people have a lot of anxiety but are not necessarily related to mental illness. It's the fear that things won't go the way they want them to. If you're a visionary, you can see it a certain way, and you aren't sure it can happen that way because of whatever reasons, anxiety evokes.

“Gifted people sometimes struggle with being vulnerable about what they think or feel.” – Dianne A. Allen (03:13-03:17)

Gifted people need help with translation and bridges sometimes. They process things differently and come up with ideas in a more creative way. It's not better or worse; it's just different. Gifted people have standards that are so high that it backfires on them because they want it to be so perfect out of the gate, and they suffer tremendously. So, if you're gifted, you don't know it, and you're having struggles, once you realize that it's part of the neurology, you'll learn how to work with it eventually. Soon, we start making friends with all those parts of us that, for our whole lifetime, were either misunderstood, denied, or misrepresented.

Part Two of ‘Are You Gifted and Don't Know It?’

Gifted people who don't know they're gifted can feel alone and isolated. When you keep trying to engage with somebody who doesn't understand you, sooner or later, you quit trying to engage because you think you're an alien. You have these thoughts in your head that they don't see the real you. Perhaps, you're shy and reserved. But a more significant part of it could be your giftedness. The things that are important to you are different than the things that are important to them. But things get better when somebody understands you. You see, gifted people need to come together with other gifted people.

 

“Allow yourself to be surrounded by other gifted people who get you.” – Dianne A. Allen (23:24-23:35)

 

Understanding how you see the world might be different from others, but it doesn't make it wrong. All gifted people are not the same, and giftedness shows up in different ways. I'm sure it matters to you because we need to understand that what we think is normal isn't normal for everyone else. We need to realize that our natural curiosity, that part of us wants to dive deep into things, is required for the betterment of our world, our life, our family, and ourselves. That curiosity is what helps set us apart in a good way. That curiosity could lead down the perfect road to something amazing that everyone's seeking. 

The more we're able to connect to our meaningful goals, our vision, our passion, who we are, and then bring it out in a way that matters, that is when we feel most fulfilled. Choose to live in that space and be proud of being gifted. Be proud of being different. Be proud of your diversity. That doesn't mean we shove it in people's faces. It means we use it for the greater good. It means that we take a stand for who we are and use it for the greater good. It means that our collective journey requires that we radically shift how we're interacting with the world, which is what we're meant to do.  Why would we all want to be the same anyway? Embody the fact that you might feel different in the process. Let it all out. Spread your wings and don't allow yourself to be impacted by other people who are thinking small.

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need is a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform, and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

Follow our Dianne’s Facebook Page: Dianne A. Allen

Email contact: dianne@visionsapplied.com

Dianne’s Mentoring Services: msdianneallen.com

Website: www.visionsapplied.com

Be sure to take a second and subscribe to the show and share it with anyone you think will benefit. Until next time, remember the world needs your special gift, so let your light shine!

The Power Of Music With Paul ILL

The Power Of Music With Paul ILL

August 25, 2020

The Power of Music with Paul ILL

“Most people love to listen to soundtracks with the most emotional resonance with them.” — Paul ILL (23:24-23:30)

Did you know that music has the power to influence your emotions? No matter what culture we're from, everyone loves music because it can barge into the soul with no boundaries or limitations. In this week's episode, let's talk about the power of music with my guest, Paul ILL.

Part One of ‘The Power of Music with Paul ILL’

Life-long bassist/songwriter PAUL ILL counts playing with the WILLIE DIXON FAMILY BAND at Mr. Dixon's wake, tracking live in a London studio with TINA TURNER, playing and songwriting with CHRISTINA AGUILERA, PINK, ALICIA KEYS and performing with BOB WEIR as career peak experiences.

He is a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music, who, as a studio bassist, has played on recordings that have sold over 20 million records. He has sold more than 4.5 million records as a songwriter Paul has active copyrights with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Courtney Love (Hole), Michael Des Barres, and Juliette Lewis.  

His recording and touring credits include the afore-mentioned Tina Turner, Bob Weir, Annie Lennox, Linda Perry (whom he counts as a crucial influence and mentor), Courtney Love, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Pink, Daniel Powter, James Blunt, Michael Des Barres, Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones), Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), and Wayne Kramer (MC5) to name a few.

“Look at the great songwriters that we all love of every generation. They can take you someplace in a very short amount of time.” – Paul ILL (21:01-21:09)

Paul is a "first call" studio musician, songwriter, orchestrator and arranger for esteemed record producers such as Jack Douglas, Little Steven Van Zant, Guy Chambers, Michael Lloyd, Bobby Owsinski and the previously mentioned Linda Perry. The iconic Tom Dowd also made use of Paul's bass playing.

"I owe Jack Douglas a lifetime debt of gratitude for his mentorship early in my career and our continued friendship and creative collaborations."

Throughout his career, Paul has created music for film and television.  

He co-wrote the theme music for the annual Comedy Central Awards show, including many cues and songs explicitly created for numerous network and independent films and TV shows. The list includes but is not limited to The David Attell Show, The Gong Show, Fast Track to Fame, and The Missy Elliot Reality Show.  He has composed scores for numerous independent films, most recently "Any Day," by writer/director Rustam Branaman, featuring Sean Bean.

He, along with Bobby Owsinski, is the co-author of "The Studio Musician's Handbook," published internationally by Hal Leonard Music Publishing.

Currently, Paul is an MFT Trainee who utilizes Narrative therapeutic concepts and non-traditional approaches to offer transformational experiences to a very diverse client population. He teaches songwriting for Jail Guitar Doors at the California Institute for Men.  

Part Two of ‘The Power of Music with Paul ILL’

According to Paul, with the advent of digital technology and the way music is created now, it's not the same anymore compared to the golden age of 60s, 70s, and 80s. Nonetheless, it's a matter of what context you're creating as a musician, the energy you portray, and what culture you're producing.

His decades of experience as a successful songwriter and professional recording musician combined with his progressive applications of holistic health practices combine to facilitate positive change for individuals, couples, families, and organizations.

“There's value in getting back to our roots, experiencing, and playing music.” – Dianne A. Allen (28:44-28:49)

Over the years, he has created a compendium of interactive, individual, and group experiences that empower clients to transform through the processes of songwriting and music creation geared for the non-musician from any age group or cultural demographic.

 

Paul finds narrative songwriting as a therapeutic tool. I can relate to that because I grew up listening to classic songs since my mom was a concert pianist. I fell in love with instrumental music, especially saxophones. Music has a durable, healing nature that serves as a good force in anybody's life. Music brings life and color to the world. It can evoke emotions, especially if the lyrics of the song convey the story of your life. It has become more than just a form of entertainment. It has become a source of therapy for those who are looking for new ways of healing. 

If you're having a rough week, think about the soundtrack with the most emotional resonance. Grab your favorite drink, listen to your favorite song, consider its powerful effect on your health, and have fun.

How to Connect More with Paul ILL

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-ill-8b943854/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulillmusic

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.ill.9

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

Follow our Dianne’s Facebook Page: Dianne A. Allen

Email contact: dianne@visionsapplied.com

Dianne’s Mentoring Services: msdianneallen.com

Website: www.visionsapplied.com

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How to Delegate and Organize Like a Rock Star with Nicole Carver

How to Delegate and Organize Like a Rock Star with Nicole Carver

August 18, 2020

How to Delegate and Organize Like a Rock Star with Nicole Carver

“The beauty of managing your own business is you can delegate and create more flexibility.” — Dianne A. Allen (23:48-23:57)

How do you balance the demands of both your business and personal life? Carver Concierge can help lighten your load, flawlessly, and expertly perform tasks with the same level of competency and urgency you would if time was not in such short supply. In this week's episode, we're going to talk about how you can delegate and organize like a rock star with Nicole Carver.

Part One of ‘How to Delegate and Organize Like a Rock Star with Nicole Carver’

Nicole Carver is a Lifestyle Manager, Solution Expert, Military Spouse, Mother of 3, and CEO of Carver Concierge a boutique Personal Concierge & Lifestyle Management Agency; which provides personal, business and relocation assistance to C Suite Executives and busy professionals allowing them to focus on the things that give them joy and make them money.

Carver Concierge opened eight years ago and has expanded to include a fantastic team in Tampa, unlimited access to a concierge network around the globe, and is soon to launch in Nashville TN, allowing them to provide geographically unlimited services virtually and with heels on the ground.

“What works for one person might not be the exact fit for the other.” – Dianne A. Allen (30:00-30:03)

Growing up, we've watched our mothers manage everything, but life has changed a lot for many people. Now, both men and women equally play a vital role in the business world and within the household. Nevertheless, everyone wants to have quality in both. This is where Nicole's amazing job as a lifestyle manager steps in, which takes a lot of relationship building. 

Having known her for several years, she helps people live the life they want by taking things off their plate, anything that slows them down. It varies person to person, whether it's filling the fridge, picking up the dry cleaning, planning travel, or organizing the house. Whatever it is that they don't want to be bothered with. It looks different for everybody.

Part Two of ‘How to Delegate and Organize Like a Rock Star with Nicole Carver’

What steps can you start taking to be more comfortable with delegating, organizing, and making the shift you need to make? Nicole is the queen of the checklist. So, the to-do list is the best place to start because that's where you can get a clear overview of all your pending tasks and narrow down the details of what you want to accomplish.

“I think that having a connection with other like-minded people is vital to our success.” – Dianne A. Allen (38:42-38:52)

We can learn from Nicole that there's beauty in delegating things because it creates more room for flexibility. The process has to be simple, easy, organized, realistic, and manageable. Carver Concierge recognizes that not every individual, family, or business requires the same services. You can trust and rely on Carver Concierge's quality service and lifestyle management skills, allowing you time to focus on enjoying the life you work so hard for.

How to Connect More with Nicole Carver 

Website: https://www.carverconcierge.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarverConcierge

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carverconcierge/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolecarver/

Twitter: @carverconcierge

How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen

You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need are a community and a mentor. The 6-month Visionary Leader Program will move you forward. You will grow, transform and connect. http://bit.ly/DianneAAllen

Join our Facebook Group Someone Gets Me

Follow our Dianne’s Facebook Page: Dianne A. Allen

Email contact: dianne@visionsapplied.com

Dianne’s Mentoring Services: msdianneallen.com

Website: www.visionsapplied.com

Be sure to take a second and subscribe to the show and share it with anyone you think will benefit. Until next time, remember the world needs your special gift, so let your light shine!

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