Dr. Henry Cloud’s Boundaries.me podcast features inspiring stories about the benefits to your relationships, mental health, productivity and wellbeing that come when you implement healthy boundaries.
Here's the Latest Episode from The Boundaries.me Podcast:
We create an emotional tone within our lives and relationships. What does the voice in your head sound like? Do you like what you hear? How aware are you of the emotional tone that you create in your communications with others? Is your tone bringing people closer, or pushing them away?
Dr. Henry Cloud breaks down how you can begin to take control of the emotional tone that you're living inside.
What are you not going to do? That's how Anthony ONeal started work on setting healthy boundaries.
Your boundaries will help push you toward what you want to happen and protect you from drifting of course. The boundaries that Anthony set around money and relationships have enabled him to make the choices that build the future he wants.
When you know what you DON'T want to do, or what you DON'T want to happen, it makes it that much easier to bring about the results that you DO want to happen.
If you're anything like most people, you're feeling pretty optimistic about a few new year resolutions right about now... But also, if you're like most people, by the end of January, you'll have abandoned them.
There is a reason that most people don't stick with their resolutions.
The new episode of the Boundaries.Me podcast is all about how to actually stick with your resolutions this year. This is directly actionable advice that I encourage all of you to follow, whether you're a resolutions person or not, if you have any goals that you'd like to accomplish.
Setting goals is easy and meeting them is hard, but it doesn't have to be impossible. If you can learn how to do this, you'll thrive in any situation where you're trying to accomplish something.
The Boundaries.Me team is rooting for you. Whatever it is that you're trying to accomplish... whether you want to lose a little weight, or become a professional athlete... whether you want to get better at replying to emails, or you want to write your life story, the process is the same. We know you can do it. I really, really believe in this path.
It's what I use in my own life, and it's what I use with a lot of people that I work with. It's going to work for you too.
Comparing yourself to others can be a recipe for heartache.
This episode of the podcast features a story by Rachel Cruze. Rachel's story focuses on a boundary that she has set around comparing herself with other people.
In this social media saturated age, we often see only the side of people that they want us to see. Comparing ourselves with the curated, unrealistic view of someone else's life can leave us feeling like less than we are meant to be. Listen to Rachel describe the boundary she sets to protect herself and her family so that she can focuses on what really matters. If you'd like help getting started with implementing this boundary in your own life, Rachel's contentment journal would be a good place to begin.
As a #1 New York Times best-selling author, host of The Rachel Cruze Show, and The Rachel Cruze Show podcast, Rachel helps people learn the proper ways to handle money and stay out of debt. She’s authored three best-selling books, including Love Your Life, Not Theirs and Smart Money Smart Kids, which she co-wrote with her father, Dave Ramsey. You can follow Cruze on Twitter and Instagram at @RachelCruze and online at rachelcruze.com, youtube.com/rachelcruze or facebook.com/rachelramseycruze
Bob Goff has a question for listeners of Dr. Henry Cloud's podcast: how can I be helpful to you?
This episode of the podcast focuses on the boundary that Bob sets when he asks this question. Put another way, the question is, "What do you want?"
Bob tells us how this clarifying question enables him to be incredibly available to help people, while also setting a condition that must be met in order to begin.
As you may or may not know, Bob put his own phone number in the back of his book, Love Does. He receives around 100 phone calls a day, and helps when he can.
The first episode of Dr. Henry Cloud's Boundaries.me Podcast features Henry discussing the most important boundary in his life -- the boundary of love. Henry tells listeners why loving God with his heart and soul and to love others as himself is a centering, anchoring form of accountability and relationship.