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When you work from home, you tend to work hours at a time without taking a break. Do you know that you need to take a break if you want to stay focused and productive? In this episode, Amy Vetter explains the importance of taking a break to help your brain function properly. Even just taking 5-10 minutes per hour to get up and get away from your computer boosts your productivity and re-energizes your mind. Tune in to learn more!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
In this episode, Amy Vetter gives the major takeaways of the interviews you’ve listened to for Quarter 1 of 2021.There are two key themes running through these interviews: how our families impact our belief systems and how we should incorporate mindfulness practices into our workday. Our family is an essential pillar of our lives, but they don’t always give us a healthy and positive outlook. That is why mindfulness is vital, so we can observe the thoughts running through our minds and detect if they make us better persons or not. We are so excited that it has been a year and a half of great interviews, and we appreciate your support of this podcast!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
When it comes to improving work environments, rarely do we talk about the importance of soft skills as opposed to technical. However, more than anyone would think, these very skills create the most impact. In 2019, Amy Vetter interviewed Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs at LinkedIn, to discuss Scott's journey of starting this department within LinkedIn to create a way for compassion to be integrated into the culture. Scott provides tips to incorporate these practices into the workplace and how this can be achievable in yours as well! Tune in to gain some important nuggets that will be beneficial for you, your people, and your organization!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Do you feel like cultivating the energy you want and for the people around you? In today’s B3 Break, take four minutes to think about how to utilize the power of mantras to set your energy for the day and sustain it. In these times, it’s so important to intentionally create the experience you want for yourself and the people around you! Join Amy Vetter as she guides you into this meditation.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
How do you create a brand that people can connect with? Today’s guest is Emily Soccorsy, the co-founder of Root + River. Emily explains that you need to go back to your roots and pour your life experiences and passions into your brand to spark an authentic connection with people. Discover how the impact and legacy that Emily’s immigrant grandparents provided that impacted her career and life. Learn how she tapped into her soul to create a business that reflected her passions and empowered her to bring her heritage into her work in ways she never thought possible. If you want to tap into your own soul and pour yourself into your brand, then this episode is for you. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Consistent connection and de-stressing are truly essential needs in this time of remote setup. What better way to maintain your mindfulness through a mid-week meditation escape? In today’s B3 Break, take six minutes with Amy Vetter to go on a trip in your mind to your favorite body of water - lake or beach - or choose your own favorite place! Find calm and a feeling of joy during this meditation that can reset your day and help you re-energize to get through the rest of this week!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
The concept of mindfulness is usually associated with individual practice that the term “organizational mindfulness” can come across as strange. It is a real method, though, and it effectively helps companies improve performance, relationships and dynamics within their teams. In 2019, Amy Vetter had the pleasure of interviewing Peter Bostelmann, Chief Mindfulness Officer at SAP Global Mindfulness Practice. They discussed how corporations can integrate mindfulness practices into their workday to cultivate an improved culture. Peter also shared his journey on how SAP began to implement these technology practices into the workplace to create greater engagement, human connection and kindness among their employees.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Are you working more remotely than when you were in the office? In today's B3 Break, Amy Vetter guides you to take 3 minutes to think about your "Me-Time," how to stop overworking, and eliminate the guilt for taking time for yourself! Being the example for the people around you has never been more important than now. Dedicate time for yourself on your calendar—that is non-negotiable—so you avoid being overwhelmed and burnout and, more importantly, be better for those that surround you!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
It can be challenging to go against the idea that you have to fit yourself into traditional jobs you're not passionate about to be financially secure, but once you find the courage to do it, you might just find your way to the career and life of your dreams. In this interview with Amy Vetter, Kyla Martin, a career, dream, and life strategist, shares her self-discovery journey from her corporate life to entrepreneurship. Kyla explains how you can hack your brain and change your mindset to get out of the human box to become your higher self. If you feel in your gut that you're not where you're supposed to be, then this episode is for you. Learn from Kyla's life lessons on how to push past where you are stuck and achieve the life you desire.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
With all the demands on us between our personal life, remote meetings, and trying to get our own work done, life can feel overwhelming at times. Therefore, working from home can sometimes be more tedious rather than comfortable. How can you make sure that even at the four corners of your home, you're still in control of your outputs and daily lifestyle? In today's B3 Break, take five minutes to step back from your day and think about how you can implement these three simple ways to reduce stress and be more productive remotely!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
It's tough to practice mindfulness in the workplace when you live in a modern world of technology and social media. In this episode, Tamara Levitt, the Head of Mindfulness at Calm, joins Amy Vetter. Tamara is responsible for the creative development of Calm's Mindfulness and meditation sessions. She likens a stressed and distracted mind to a globe filled with glitter. The more the globe twirls and whirls, the more the glitter spreads. But if you let it sit in one place, the glitter settles at the bottom. When you meditate, you settle down and allow your stressful, distracting thoughts to stay put at the bottom. The result? You think more clearly and become more mindful of your actions, boosting your productivity in the workplace. Where do you start with meditation? In this interview, she discusses why people have sleep issues and how meditation can help.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Many entrepreneurs find it challenging when it comes to handling perfectionism since most of the time, they want things to go according to their plans. Although this mindset is admirable, it may cause problems in the long run, particularly in terms of growth for both the boss and the rest of the team. Amy Vetter interviews Kim Barnes, the Co-founder of Barnes Team Media, to share her journey from growing up with a perfectionist attitude to building the confidence to figure things out and learn what is good enough. She explains her parents' influence on her current self, how a perfectionist works in the world of media, and embracing all of the negativity in life to forge a path to a better life.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
When opportunities are unequal for women, breaking through a male-dominated industry can be such a feat. Jennifer Briggs, the President and CEO of the Indiana CPA Society, is the fifth CEO in the organization’s 103-year history and the first female in this role. In this episode, she joins Amy Vetter to share how she did it and offer some great insights into the power of advocating for yourself, asking for what you want, and creating your path. Jennifer describes how her upbringing of being the daughter of a father in the army helped her learn to adapt to change. She then shares how learning to communicate and advocate for herself and others has helped her achieve success in her career.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Without being aware of it, many of us can’t break past our own limitations because we lack the honesty to recognize that we are the very ones keeping us from taking opportunities. Joseph Oniwor, an arena football player, turned breakthrough holistic and fitness lifestyle trainer, sits down with Amy Vetter to introduce us to this concept of pillow talk—getting to a level of conversation within yourself and creating awareness around our self-doubts and into the truth. During this discussion, Joseph shares his beginning of living in a single-parent household and how that affected his internal beliefs about himself. He talks about how he was eventually able to conquer them and achieve success. What is more, Joseph then shares how the mindset practices he developed over time allowed him to turn his life around and now help others as well.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Society is rapidly changing because of various factors, and therefore career-driven people only have so much time in their hands to chase after opportunities. Nevertheless, the concept of "family first" must never be set aside since it is the place where everything about you began. Amy Vetter explores this topic with Tashia Batstone, SVP for External Relations and Business Development of Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. She talks about how her father, also an accountant, inspired her not to be afraid to dream big, all while being a hands-on mom and wife. Tashia emphasizes how keeping a learner's mindset can help a lot in achieving your goals without sacrificing your relationships.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
In what felt like a very long year, we are finally down to the last month. Full of hope for a totally new and better year, if not the best one yet, Amy Vetter celebrates as she takes us into her Quarter Four review of 2020! Though challenging, this COVID year has offered a number of great lessons and insights we would never have imagined. Amy shares some of those with us as she moves through the moments from the last quarter with guests and goes through the big themes that came out. Follow along as you take a trip down memory lane and refresh the amazing wisdom imparted from the year that is one for the books! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
In this age of steep competition, it can be so easy to fall too deep into our work that we forget how to live the other equally important aspects of our lives. Maintaining the balance of the three-legged stool that is work, family, and health, Amy Vetter interviews Enrico Palmerino, CEO of BotKeeper. Here, Enrico shares his entrepreneurial journey that began with his grandparents that instilled in him the hard work and perseverance to create a successful business, as well as his insight along the way of not letting his aspirations take time away from what is most important in life. He then lets us know what they are doing at BotKeeper and how they are helping accountants with hassle-free and low-cost bookkeeping.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
No one has the answers to everything. We always learn as we go. For Adam Clater, the Chief Architect in Red Hat's North America Public Sector Organization, the learning happened along his own personal journey to finding the career that fits him. In this episode, he joins host Amy Vetter to share his journey from starting out in repairing computers to gaining the opportunities that have led to his success today. He talks about how he navigated through DC in the federal government, working from being a subject-matter expert in IT to managing people in his current company. Plus, Adam also discusses the role of having mentors, how he is handling the pandemic, and more.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
The entrepreneurial path is for the risk-taker, and if you want to succeed, you need to have the will and focus not to get distracted along the way. In this episode, Amy Vetter interviews Brian Fox, VP of Strategic Partnerships for Thomson Reuters and founder of Confirmation that was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2019. Here, Brian shares his entrepreneurial story from starting Confirmation in his grandmother's garage from a life insurance policy to 20 years later, creating a global company and catching millions in fraud. He lets us in on what they do with bank confirmation and how they help eliminate or reduce mutual fraud and protect investors. At the heart of it is the saying, “happiness is positive cash flow.” He explains to us why this is so and how you too can hit cash flow positive in your business. Join Brian and Amy in this conversation as they dive deep into the balance between being the conservative accountant and risk-taking entrepreneur and more.Sponsored by Thomson Reuters - check out their whitepaper here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dHu1AHgXb0zdiw8vTR5JYBZ6mYoWHED0/view?usp=sharingLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
The current global pandemic has created a degree of chaos and unrest in many people’s lives. The threat of the disease extends far beyond the contraction of an ailing body; it’s been the cause of a lot of mental and emotional stress. In this episode, Amy Vetter interviews Kelly Rocha, the President of the Sacramento Chapter of Meeting Planners International (MPI). Kelly shares her vulnerable story of how COVID has impacted the meeting industry and the profession she loves so much and how, like many, she is doing her best to cope and stay positive. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Life is never smooth sailing, and often, the best ones have their significant share of hard times. In the end, everything is worth it. You just have to learn how to withstand the pain by believing in yourself in the process. In this episode, Paul Peterson, CPA, Managing Partner at Wiss & Company, LLP, joins Amy Vetter to share his journey from staff accountant to managing partner and how his value systems have been a key to ensuring his career is aligned with his purpose, and his leadership is authentic. At its core, Paul learned how to endure, not to back away from the pain and learning how to embrace change because that is where we produce innovative ideas. Join him as he tells us about why that is through his own experiences and more.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
In this episode, Amy Vetter, the Breaking Beliefs podcast host, shares the moments from the interviews during the third quarter of 2020 that were most poignant in breaking the beliefs and noticing the patterns we carry in our lives. She focuses on three key areas from the interviews - creating your personal purpose and vision, supporting one another, and understanding someone's else's experience.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter's FacebookAmy Vetter's InstagramAmy Vetter's LinkedInAmy Vetter's TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
Whenever someone asks for help, it’s important to give people your time to help them. You may not realize it, but aside from that person getting something out of it, you are also actually getting something because it is a shared experience. Today’s show features an interview with Erin Linehan, the SVP - Head of Global Functions Compliance at Raymond James. During this interview, Amy Vetter and Erin discuss Erin's journey in the legal profession and the lack of women she had to look up to along the way. This drove her to create a network of women leaders to help break down barriers and open up more opportunities for women.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter’s FacebookAmy Vetter’s InstagramAmy Vetter’s LinkedInAmy Vetter’s TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
What sets good leaders and high performers from everyone else? It’s not about talent; it’s about a passion for continuous learning, a recognition of one’s continuing evolution. It is being coachable. This is where you see parallels in sports and in leadership in any field, whether it’s in business, teaching or the performing arts. Joining Amy Vetter to talk about this and other lessons about performance and leadership is one of her best friends, performance coach, James Leath. James is the founder of Unleash the Athlete, an educational company for coaches and athletes in the areas of leadership, mental resilience and character development. Join in on this hilarious, touching and inspiring conversation as James shares his most important lessons he has learned during his life and on the field that can help any athlete, entertainer and even executives to reset and find new opportunities in how to lead others.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter’s FacebookAmy Vetter’s InstagramAmy Vetter’s LinkedInAmy Vetter’s TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
What sets good leaders and high performers from everyone else? It’s not about talent; it’s about a passion for continuous learning, a recognition of one’s continuing evolution. It is being coachable. This is where you see parallels in sports and in leadership in any field, whether it’s in business, teaching or the performing arts. Joining Amy Vetter to talk about this and other lessons about performance and leadership is one of her best friends, performance coach, James Leath. James is the founder of Unleash the Athlete, an educational company for coaches and athletes in the areas of leadership, mental resilience and character development. Join in on this hilarious, touching and inspiring conversation as James shares his most important lessons he has learned during his life and on the field that can help any athlete, entertainer and even executives to reset and find new opportunities in how to lead others.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How » Join the Breaking Beliefs community today:amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcastAmy Vetter’s FacebookAmy Vetter’s InstagramAmy Vetter’s LinkedInAmy Vetter’s TwitterBreaking Beliefs YouTube
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Podcast Details

Created by
Amy Vetter
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Sep 10th, 2019
Latest Episode
Apr 15th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
121
Avg. Episode Length
39 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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