Tag: relationships

Kat Vellos

The Components of Healthy Friendships

SEASON 3: EPISODE 8 | February 16, 2021 The Components of Healthy Friendships with Kat Vellos Kat Vellos is a prolific writer and speaker on the topic of friendships.  Intimate friends share each other’s experiences and in some ways, they inhabit each other’s lives. They often have similar viewpoints and values, and they may share…
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Trust: An essential ingredient to building great relationships

SEASON 3: EPISODE 17 | June 8, 2021 Trust: An essential ingredient to building great relationships with Jon Gordon Back in June 2019, in our first season of the Someone To Tell It To Podcast, we interviewed best-selling author and leadership expert Jon Gordon.  In our conversation, we talked about trust, how it is one…
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Our Reflections

SEASON 4: EPISODE 1 | August 24, 2021 Our Reflections with Michael Gingerich and Tom Kaden We are kicking off season four with a conversation between our co-founders, Michael Gingerich and Tom Kaden. As Someone To Tell It To approaches it’s 10-year anniversary this coming January, Michael and Tom reflect on how the mission began,…
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Craving Connection

SEASON 4: EPISODE 6 | November 3, 2021 Craving Connection with Jed and Sophia Lazar We play a game in this very special episode – during our conversation with Jed and Sophia Lazar, curators of the game COZY JUICY REAL. It was a lot of fun, but also serious and intimate, deep and vulnerable. That’s…
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Investing in People

“The best minute I spend is the one I invest in people.” — Ken Blanchard He invested in us. He gave us his time. He answered our phone calls. He invited us to his home to share several days so that we would get to know one another. He was generous with his attention while…
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Why I Chose Listening over Counseling

When we describe our compassionate listening work, we often get the comment, “Oh, so it’s counseling;” we then reply “No, it’s not exactly counseling”. What exactly then is the difference between listening and counseling? The dictionary definition of counseling is “the provision of assistance and guidance in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties,…
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Where is the love?

This post was originally shared by Hillary Marotta, our Grant Writer, on her blog, Music, Minutiae, and Mental Health Over the past year, I’ve done some soul searching and self-discovery. For much of this I owe my thanks to my amazing life coach, Lisa Wade Berry. She helped me uncover some things about myself that…
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Someone To Tell It To

Everyone is “Someone”

We’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out what to call the people we listen to. Are they clients? Friends? Storytellers? Nothing quite fit. We wanted a name that represented the type of relationship we try to build and the way we value those we listen to, but we struggled to find a…
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Living a Lie

Fooling yourself can have devastating consequences, especially in the domains of money, career, sexual identity and relationships. Meet four people, in this Psychology Today article – “Living a Lie” – who fought their way to an authentic life.

I Wish I Had the Courage

Here is our third post based on the wonderful article the Top Five Regrets of the Dying.   This article gets to the heart of the matter when it comes to living life fully and abundantly.    We hope that you’ll be inspired by its wisdom and what it teaches us about what really matters in life.  Each day we blog we’ll…
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