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Join Weston, Molly, and a bottle of wine as we use iconic teaching moments from movies and television as a vehicle to reflect on instructional practice. We invite you to laugh, agree or disagree, and work toward discovering exactly who you are and where you stand as an educator. Weston is a former high school teacher and administrator who now works as a Senior Fellow with the International Center for Leadership in Education. His work as a keynoter and instructional coach has afforded him the ...
 
Join Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, for the third series of How to Lead a Sustainable Business (https://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/features/project-earth/podcast/?cm_re=homepage-_-cat-tile-1-feature-_-podcast) . In this series, Alannah continues her mission to discover how businesses can innovate and transform to put sustainability at their core. The latest IPCC report demonstrates what we all know - there is no time left for incremental progress. This series is all about system ...
 
This season we are diving deep into the stories behind the success. I discovered that almost 99% of the moms in business who I connect with have all turned their pain into their purpose. Through awakening, healing and diving into the personal development work each mom has found a new layer of herself. With this new found perspective she feels a sense of mission, purpose to bring this healing to the world and help other women and mothers. I have discovered behind every successful mom in busin ...
 
This podcast is brought to you by Weston Park Cancer Charity; sharing stories about our work, what we do and the people we support. From funding life-saving research to providing practical help and emotional support, it’s our job to care in every sense for our patients and their families. Cancer changes everything. But so do we.
 
Get the most up to date information from experts around the world in Natural Pregnancy, Birth & Parenting. Rev. Zoe is an Anthropologist that specializes in birth culture. She is an international prenatal expert, author of 5 Steps to World Peace: Women's Wisdom that can Change the World, and also the director of the Women's Interfaith Fellowship.
 
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The feeding miracles of the Gospels remind us that Jesus comes to us as the bread of life. He is our true soul food that nurtures our spiritual lives and makes us a blessing for others. As we feed on Jesus we move away from the world's model of scarcity and move into the kingdom reality of abundance. Indeed, there is enough of Jesus' mercy and comp…
 
Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, speaks to leaders who are driving transformational change towards sustainable industry. In this episode, Alannah is joined by the person behind the first B-Corp certified luxury fashion house, Riccardo Bellini, CEO of Chloé. Riccardo lifts the lid on how to turn positive intention into concrete reality,…
 
Come-unity is everything in my world! I believe this to my core because I first hand experience as to how it has helped me, supported me and expanded me. I am sharing what can happen when we gather in community while on the journey of self-love and expansion. Download Your Energetic Self Love Checklist: https://www.nicoleweston.ca/thechecklist Elev…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Patrice Bain, educator, speaker and author, about her new book A Parent's Guide to Powerful Teaching. In it, they discuss some of the science behind how children learn and Patrice outlines practical and simple strategies that parents can use at home with their children to optimise learning. You'll also learn mo…
 
Our researcher of the month, Dr Ola Demkowicz, talks to Dr Weston about teenage girls' mental health. We know that girls and women tend to be at greater risk of low mood, anxiety and depression, and that over the last decade or so, more girls are reporting symptoms of low mood and anxiety. Dr Demkowicz joins us to discuss her recent paper which inv…
 
The return of Jesus to his hometown of Nazareth is a disappointing story. Instead of being received as a notable person he is met by cynicism, disrespect and unbelief. The people of the town cannot believe that one of their own can actually do well - rather they are cold, indifferent, and hold him in contempt. The end result is that their closed he…
 
The Gospel writer, Mark, masterfully weaves two different stories on faith (the story of Jairus & his sick daughter and an ill woman suffering from a long-standing condition) to highlight the need for trusting in God and refusing to live in the house of fear. Even as the woman in Marks narrative desired to reach out and touch Jesus and Jairus was e…
 
Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, speaks to leaders who are driving transformational change. In this episode, Alannah is joined by her friend colleague and long-time collaborator, Anne Pitcher, Managing Director of Selfridges Group. They share their experiences of the company’s sustainability journey from fur to fish, from Project Ocean…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with suicide prevention and postvention expert, Dr Chris Bowden. They discuss the importance of cultivating emotional literacy, developing coping mechanisms and managing impulsive behaviours before considering how schools can best respond in the sad event of a pupil dying by suicide.…
 
I am diving even deeper into 3 toxic self love habits you might be practicing. Denial of your unique human experience being a bIG topic I unpack today. Download Your Energetic Self Love Checklist: https://www.nicoleweston.ca/thechecklist Sign up for my Masterclass Elevate Your Self Love https://www.nicoleweston.ca/offers/Vo4a2RES…
 
Following the violent storm on the Sea of Galilee Jesus and his disciples encounter a subsequent storm by the accostment of a violent man. He is a man with the strength to break chains yet he is bound by his own attachments and loss of his own identity. He does not know who he is. He simply goes by Legion. Jesus response is one of compassion and li…
 
Back for a third series, Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, speaks to inspiring leaders driving transformational systems change to put sustainability at the heart of their businesses. In this episode, Alannah is joined by Andy Cato, co-founder of Wildfarmed. Andy is a Grammy-nominated musician, one half of the incredible Groove Armada. I…
 
Our researcher of the month, PhD student Emre Deniz, talks to Dr Weston about sibling bullying. They discuss how common this phenomenon is, how often it goes unnoticed and what it involves. Learn more about predictive and protective factors and optimal ways that parents can respond to bullying in the home. Emre also specialises in sibling relations…
 
Today I want to share three practices I invite you to become aware of. Why? Because you are a human first and we need to get back into the business of being a human. You’re here because you LOVE yourself and you're on the journey of living more intentionally and manifesting your dreams. But something feels off AND this is what I share with you toda…
 
Larry Hurtado writes that "Jesus message is no easy pill to swallow and no mild word of spiritual uplift but a declaration of war upon the power of evil" so on this Palm Sunday are we taking up the spiritual battle of following Jesus or not? This is the salient point that Jesus makes in his parable of the sower and the four different types of soil.…
 
Today I am sharing one of the most popular episodes on my podcasts. The evolution of motherhood. Kelley and I dive into the evolving roles of motherhood and how mothers are essentially our first “life coach”. We talk about the importance of letting go of guilt and creating space for gentleness so we can ask for help and be fully present for our chi…
 
As we travel through Lent we hear the stories of how Jesus family, critics, and disciples respond to his burgeoning ministry. The reactions of these groups range from confusion to rejection (on the part of his family and the religious teachers) to a listening heart as revealed in his band of disciples.The question for us is, how do we receive the p…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, founder of the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation, a drug and alcohol education charity that aims to support young people make safe choices about drugs and alcohol and reduce harm. Fiona and her husband Tim set up the charity in response to the death of their son Daniel, having taken ecstasy. Fi…
 
In today's episode, I am sharing why you need to stop waiting for the Universe to go first and co-create with Universal energy instead. Have you heard these phrases? “It wasn’t meant to be, I'll just wait to see what the Universe thinks is best, or I will just go with the flow”. I call this bypassing and today I am diving deep into the world of sur…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with developmental psychologist, Dr Rory Devine. They focus on what we know about how young children develop control over their own thoughts and actions (their ‘executive functions’), and how they acquire the ability to tune in to the thoughts, feelings, and desires of others (their 'theory of mind'), and the positi…
 
Jesus calls us to repent and believe the Gospel that the kingdom of God is drawing near. Such a proclamation is an invitation to move beyond the boundary lines of our own comfort and convenience and take a risk in following our Lord.Jesus models such an adventurous spirit in the choosing of Matthew, the tax-collector, to become his disciple and in …
 
Do you remember your first heartbreak? I do! And If it wasn’t for that heartbreak I am confident I wouldn’t be here right now. It was because of that moment when I was searching for love, approval and my worthiness that I picked up the call from the Universe. You see I was destined to never love myself. Loving myself wasn’t in the generational code…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Dr Karri Gillespie-Smith about the experiences of children with intellectual disabilities and their families in the post-Covid period. They discuss Dr Gillespie-Smith's Road to Recovery project, which aims to build a clear picture of the challenges faced by families with children with intellectual disabilities …
 
The story of friends lowering their lame pal down to Jesus so he will be healed is one of the best in the Gospels. I am not sure how the owner of the disheveled house felt with all of the dirt and dust flying around but the story certainly garners our attention. I have been impressed specifically by the emphasis on the faith of the paralytic's frie…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Dr Kathryn Bates about neurodiversity - the infinite variation in neurocognitive functioning within the human species. Listen now to learn about helpful resources for parents and educators, useful classroom practices, the benefits of diagnosis and other key things that all parents should know.…
 
The day my mom died everything stopped, as it should. Today I am sharing the first part of this ever evolving journey of self love and how I am finding myself back through it all. The grief, the pain, the suffering, the joy and the light, it comes down to permission to evolve. My mission is to lead myself, my family and clients back to themselves t…
 
Our Researchers of the Month, Dr Miriam Rahali and Professor Sonia Livingstone, talk to Dr Weston about their recent report, which examines the impact of influencer culture and embedded marketing on children. Given that 95% of YouTube videos aimed at children aged 8 and under contain advertising, and that 97% of 5-15 year olds use video-sharing pla…
 
In our extroverted world we know little of the interior spiritual disciplines of silence, solitude and prayer. We like to be busy and active and shy away from seeking out the quiet place to fill up our spiritual wells. Jesus knows better. In spite of being busy in ministry Jesus constantly maintains the practice of an awakened heart which locates i…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Dr Vanessa Kurdi about cultivating positive relationships between pupils and teachers and the impact this can have on their learning. They discuss the need for empathy in our interactions with young people and the ways in which we can nudge them towards feeling intrinsically motivated to learn.…
 
We speak about the 'Gospel of Mark' but it is more accurately called 'The Gospel of God' (Mark 1:14). These writings tell the story of the Good News of God as seen in the life of Jesus Christ his Son. In the first chapter we hear about the true identity of Jesus, the challenges he faced, and the message of shalom which he brought to humanity. In th…
 
If you have been stuck in your manifestation, this might be the problem. Ok so hear me out! I love being a spiritual badass and ‘surrendering’ BUT I think we can lose our power in the act of just surrendering it all to the Universe. Today’s episode I want to share my thoughts on why I think the practice of ‘surrendering’ can be a form of gas lighti…
 
The psalmist invites us with a 3-fold command to 'sing unto the Lord a new song'. He then echoes his imperative with a 3-fold exhortation to 'ascribe or give' glory to God for his creative and salvific powers. What is of note here is that the psalmist's encouragement to praise God is not limited to Israel but includes all peoples and all the earth …
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Dr Melissa Oldham about trends in youth drinking. They discuss whether research shows that giving underage teens alcohol at home is a good idea, examine how to have positive conversations with teens about alcohol and consider the importance of what parents model, when it comes to drinking. They also touch on sc…
 
Today I am sharing why toxic positivity is really getting in the way of our manifestation abilities and how I resolved my deepest core wound “I’m unlovable” and utilized manifestation AND quantum healing to manifest my soulmate. So I deeply believe that we can’t continue to only practice positive thinking to ‘manifest’ what we desire. I believe the…
 
The psalmist evaluates his life and recognizes that he has passed through challenging times. He illustrates this truth by saying that he has known both 'fire & water' and has been 'refined like fire'. Life has not been easy yet he praises God for hearing his cries and invites the assembly of faith to hear his word of testimony.We also have experien…
 
The psalmist cries out to God from the depths of his soul as he recognizes his sin and separation before the Holy One. Yet, even as he laments he is confident that God remains merciful and forgiving to his wayward children. As such, the poet waits and waits - trusting in his lord who is loving and great in his redemptive power to all who call out t…
 
Our researcher of the month, Dr Mimi Tatlow-Golden, talks to Dr Weston about the fundamental role of fun in the development of children's self-concept and self-esteem. Her research shows that, far from being a frivolous extra, fun is at the very core of what matters to young people most.
 
Law of attraction is key in manifestation. But do you know what else is essential to having what you want? The ability to hold all of what you desire, the chaos and the abundance. When you think about what you desire, how do you feel? Have you ever had a moment to even think about what you desire? Most moms in business can honestly say they haven’t…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Eva Musby, author of 'Anorexia and Other Eating Disorders: How to Help Your Child Eat Well and Be Well', about her experiences and the role that parents need to play in the treatment and recovery of young people with eating disorders. Eva brings an important message of hope to all parents going through this cha…
 
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