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Mint Arrow Messages is a podcast from blogger and content creator Corrine Stokoe who's best known for her fashion and deal blog Mint Arrow. In Mint Arrow Messages we talk to influencers you know and love about the REAL grit that made them who they are, the hidden stories of struggle, challenge and triumph. We're sharing their stories in hopes to create more awareness, compassion, kindness and understanding in a world that's starving for more goodness.

Latest Episodes

Memorial Day: remembering the 2 men we named baby Harry after & thoughts on life after death

Memorial Day is a very tender time for so many who are remembering loved ones, especially those who died in combat to secure the freedoms we all enjoy in the United States of America. Today we take a bit of time to honor and thank them, and share memories of the two men who we named our baby boy Harold David after, my grandpa Harold and Neil’s brother Dave. We also share our thoughts and feelings about life after death, what we believe happens to our loved ones after they pass on, and what they’re busy doing helping us from the other side. Visit: www.DrinkHydrant.com/mintarrow and use code MINTARROW for 25% off your order. www.KiwiCo.com/MINTARROW to receive your first month FREE on select crates! and www.sakara.com/mintarrow for 20% off your order! Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN4 h ago
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Memorial Day: remembering the 2 men we named baby Harry after & thoughts on life after death

Susie Allison from Busy Toddler: independent play and tips for littles learning at home

Susie Allison, a former kindergarten and 1st grade teacher, now stay at home mom, is also the genius creator of the account busy toddler that has amassed almost a million followers on Instagram at the time of this recording. Susie shares tips on keeping toddlers happily busy with independent play based on projects that will cost $5 or less, using many things you probably have in your home already. Today Susie shares with us so much of her wisdom about getting kids to play independently, schedules, TV time, childhood development through play and learning, and what her advice is for parents who are trying to keep their littles busy during a quarantine or anytime you’re spending many hours at home. Susie has been featured on the today show, people, time magazine, and I’m super grateful to have her as a guest on mint arrow messages today too. BeachBody - get a special free trial membership when you text MINTARROW to 303030 Show Notes: Busy Toddler website https://busytoddler.com/ Get ...

43 MIN1 w ago
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Susie Allison from Busy Toddler: independent play and tips for littles learning at home

Honesty and integrity: why this lost virtue is so vital in business and a happy life

A few nights ago, Neil and I got into a deep discussion about the need for integrity and how it seems to be less and less common in the world, and more and more accepted as just “the way things are” or have to be. We felt strongly that today’s episode needed to be on honesty and integrity, in business, in our personal lives, and in recovery. Neil shares his perspective as a recovering addict and I share some examples of business and personal times where I’ve faced the option to be honest or yield to temptation to cut corners, and we share why we believe honesty really does pay off in the end. Show Notes: Gordon B. Hinkley book “Standing for Something” https://amzn.to/2ShHp4G Talk “Three Towels and a 25 Cent Newspaper” Richard C. Edgley https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2006/10/three-towels-and-a-25-cent-newspaper?lang=eng Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN2 w ago
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Honesty and integrity: why this lost virtue is so vital in business and a happy life

Greg McKeown on essentialism: how to really ask yourself “what is essential” and why it matters

New York Times best selling author and soon to be podcast host Greg McKeown shares with me today some of the philosophies that he teaches in his well-known book Essentialism, a book that quite honestly transformed my life! He talks about the art of saying no, of really getting back to what matters most in life, and how that can set you free to live the life you were intended to live. He shares some fun examples of how essentialism has guided him as a father and how he and his wife have seen their family and children take on this mindset of essentialism, and the great blessings and rewards that have come from doing so. This is one of my all time favorite episodes and if you enjoy it as much as I did, be sure to check out Greg’s brand new podcast that’s linked in today’s show notes too. Show Notes: Greg McKeown’s book “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” https://amzn.to/3aV9W6A Website https://gregmckeown.com/ Greg McKeown Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gregorymckeown/ Greg McKeown YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/gregorymckeown Produced by Dear Media

60 MIN3 w ago
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Greg McKeown on essentialism: how to really ask yourself “what is essential” and why it matters

Sharing faith fearlessly: tips on sharing your testimony in authentic natural ways

I love to share about the gospel of Jesus Christ with my online audience, but it wasn't always that way! Today Neil and I dig into the topic of sharing about your faith online or with others around you, fearlessly and without hesitation. We talk about why it was so scary at first, how I got over that fear and what led me to a passion for sharing the gospel online. We talk about what topics people are seeking answers for most and how to share in natural and effective ways, why it's a lie that you can't talk about faith at work or school, and how to get help with and get better at sharing your faith with others. KiwiCo.com/MINTARROW for your first month FREE on select crates Storyworth.com/MINTARROW for $10 off your first purchase Show Notes: Book “The Power of Everyday Missionaries” by Clayton M. Christensen http://www.everydaymissionaries.org/ Missionary Work: Sharing What Is in Your Heart Dieter F. Uchtdorf Produced by Dear Media

46 MINAPR 27
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Sharing faith fearlessly: tips on sharing your testimony in authentic natural ways

Infertility awareness: Kendyl Madsen (Corrine's best friend) shares about her struggles with infertility including 4 miscarriages and 3 rounds of IVF to get her two miracle babies here

Infertility affects about 6.1 million women in the united states alone, according to the CDC. And since April is infertility and infant loss awareness month, I asked one of my very best friends Kendyl Madsen, who knows the struggle of infertility better than almost anyone else I know, to share her story of getting her two babies here after hundreds of shots, tests and three full rounds of IVF. Kendyl was gracious enough to share her entire journey of ups and downs with getting pregnant and losing pregnancies, what they tried, how it felt, and most importantly, what helped her most from friends and loved ones who supported her through these trials. I'm confident that Kendyl's story will provide a lot of hope for other couples hoping to get pregnant, and more understanding and compassion for those who have loved ones who struggle with infertility or infant loss and how we can best support them. Beach Body: Text MINTARROW to 303030 for a special free trial membership! Causebox.com/mint...

63 MINAPR 20
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Infertility awareness: Kendyl Madsen (Corrine's best friend) shares about her struggles with infertility including 4 miscarriages and 3 rounds of IVF to get her two miracle babies here

Joy Cho and business wisdom: pivoting, leadership and family

Joy Cho of the blog Oh Joy has been working in the creative design space since 2005 and now runs a lifestyle brand and design studio, including licensed product lines with Target, Band-Aid, CalPak and more. Joy also has amassed a following of nearly 13 million Pinterest followers and has twice been named one of Time's most influential people on the internet under 30. Joy shares her wisdom with all of us that she's gained on leadership, the importance of pivoting in your business (which is top of mind for SO many entrepreneurs right now) and some very unique and admirable perspective on taking care of your parents in their older years once you've reached a successful point in your career. Show Notes: Joy’s blog https://www.ohjoy.com/ Joy’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ohjoy/?hl=en Produced by Dear Media

41 MINAPR 13
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Joy Cho and business wisdom: pivoting, leadership and family

Alcoholism awareness month: where to find help + AA 12-step concepts that will help anyone right now

Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence as a way of increasing outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcoholism and issues related to alcohol. The program was started in April 1987 with the intention of targeting college-aged students who might be drinking too much as part of their newfound freedom. It has since become a national movement to draw more attention to the causes and effects of alcoholism as well as how to help families and communities deal with drinking problems. Since Neil and I are well acquainted with the 12 steps of recovery, and especially since Neil began his recovery journey in a traditional 12 step non-denominational meeting founded on the principles of AA, we decided this month we would share some of the basic concepts behind Alcoholics Anonymous, especially since right now in isolation so many people are suffering with their addictions or realizing they might have a problem that they need help with. We really believe this topic will reach everyone at some point in some capacity, whether you yourself struggle with addiction or someone you love does. We hope that today’s episode sheds light on an issue that’s sometimes hard to find solid solutions with, and that if you know someone who might be struggling that you’ll share it with them. LaurelSprings.com/MintArrow for your waived registration fee. Causebox.com/MintArrow with code: MintArrow for 30% off your order. Show Notes: Neil’s favorite talk on taking it “one day at a time”. https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/d-todd-christofferson/give-us-this-day-our-daily-bread/ Find a local Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting https://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-aa-resources Find an ARP meeting (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Addiction Recovery Program) https://addictionrecovery.churchofjesuschrist.org/find-a-meeting?lang=eng Sexaholics Anonymous (SA) meetings https://www.sa.org/meetings/ Overeaters Anonymous (OA) meetings https://oa.org/find-a-meeting/?type=0 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/ Fox news article on relapse due to coronavirus isolation. Some solutions on what to do. https://www.foxnews.com/health/coronavirus-poses-risk-relapse-among-individuals-recovery-expert-says

53 MINAPR 6
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Alcoholism awareness month: where to find help + AA 12-step concepts that will help anyone right now

The American Moms and Politics: how to stay informed, teach your kids and be a good citizen in highly political times

This episode was recorded several weeks before COVID-19 became the hot-topic global issue that we're now living in, but in some ways it makes the content even more applicable to what we're facing currently. In today's episode, I interview twin sisters, moms, political junkies, former White House and Capitol Hill staffers Andrea Reeve and Brittany Richman who are both incredibly passionate about American politics. Andrea and Brittany answer some of my toughest questions about how to get the very most well-rounded and credible news sources to form your own opinions, how to talk to your kids about politics, how to be good citizens and neighbors, how to talk about things that matter with people you love without becoming contentious, and why it matters SO MUCH to be informed with our country. I really believe you'll find so many takeaways that will help all of us navigate these current uncharted waters with the rapid changes we're seeing in our country, now and leading up to an election year. Visit Beautycounter.com with Promo Code: MINTARROW for 10% off your purchase of $100 or more Get your first month FREE on select crates at KiwiCo.com/MintArrow Show Notes: American Moms Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theamericanmoms/ The American Moms website http://theamericanmoms.com/ Book recommendation “You Learn by Living” by Eleanore Roosevelt Best books on politics for kids http://theamericanmoms.com/12-of-the-best-books-to-teach-patriotism-to-your-children/ American Moms recommendations for easy to follow news sources: @minutewithmads on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/minutewithmads/?hl=en The Skim morning news email and afternoon podcast https://www.theskimm.com/ BBC News https://www.bbc.com/news The Wallstreet Journal https://www.wsj.com/ Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/ C-span https://www.c-span.org/ Produced by Dear Media

50 MINMAR 30
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The American Moms and Politics: how to stay informed, teach your kids and be a good citizen in highly political times

Perspective: positivity and introspection during the chaos of Coronavirus

This week we felt compelled to chat all about what we're doing to deal with Coronavirus, and how positivity can change your perspective. We talk about actions you can take to see this time as a gift, being spiritually prepared for whatever may come, and keeping an attitude of faith and optimism instead of fear. Show Notes: Talks referenced in this episode: “Consistent and Resilient Trust” L. Todd Budge https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2019/10/27budge?lang=eng “Preparation for the Second Coming” Dallin H. Oaks https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2004/04/preparation-for-the-second-coming?lang=eng “Are Ye Stripped of Pride?” Kim B. Clark https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/kim-b-clark/ye-stripped-pride/ Book “The Divine Gift of Forgiveness” Neil L. Andersen https://www.amazon.com/Divine-Gift-Forgiveness-Neil-Andersen/dp/1629727415/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=justaskcorinnepin-20&linkId=7d3e3deefb4d5cc07f9d3a06ee64c19a&language=en_US This Episode is sponsored by Beautycounter. For a limited time, new customers can get 10% off your first purchase of $100 or more at beautycounter.com with code MINTARROW. Produced by Dear Media

40 MINMAR 23
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Perspective: positivity and introspection during the chaos of Coronavirus

Latest Episodes

Memorial Day: remembering the 2 men we named baby Harry after & thoughts on life after death

Memorial Day is a very tender time for so many who are remembering loved ones, especially those who died in combat to secure the freedoms we all enjoy in the United States of America. Today we take a bit of time to honor and thank them, and share memories of the two men who we named our baby boy Harold David after, my grandpa Harold and Neil’s brother Dave. We also share our thoughts and feelings about life after death, what we believe happens to our loved ones after they pass on, and what they’re busy doing helping us from the other side. Visit: www.DrinkHydrant.com/mintarrow and use code MINTARROW for 25% off your order. www.KiwiCo.com/MINTARROW to receive your first month FREE on select crates! and www.sakara.com/mintarrow for 20% off your order! Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN4 h ago
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Memorial Day: remembering the 2 men we named baby Harry after & thoughts on life after death

Susie Allison from Busy Toddler: independent play and tips for littles learning at home

Susie Allison, a former kindergarten and 1st grade teacher, now stay at home mom, is also the genius creator of the account busy toddler that has amassed almost a million followers on Instagram at the time of this recording. Susie shares tips on keeping toddlers happily busy with independent play based on projects that will cost $5 or less, using many things you probably have in your home already. Today Susie shares with us so much of her wisdom about getting kids to play independently, schedules, TV time, childhood development through play and learning, and what her advice is for parents who are trying to keep their littles busy during a quarantine or anytime you’re spending many hours at home. Susie has been featured on the today show, people, time magazine, and I’m super grateful to have her as a guest on mint arrow messages today too. BeachBody - get a special free trial membership when you text MINTARROW to 303030 Show Notes: Busy Toddler website https://busytoddler.com/ Get ...

43 MIN1 w ago
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Susie Allison from Busy Toddler: independent play and tips for littles learning at home

Honesty and integrity: why this lost virtue is so vital in business and a happy life

A few nights ago, Neil and I got into a deep discussion about the need for integrity and how it seems to be less and less common in the world, and more and more accepted as just “the way things are” or have to be. We felt strongly that today’s episode needed to be on honesty and integrity, in business, in our personal lives, and in recovery. Neil shares his perspective as a recovering addict and I share some examples of business and personal times where I’ve faced the option to be honest or yield to temptation to cut corners, and we share why we believe honesty really does pay off in the end. Show Notes: Gordon B. Hinkley book “Standing for Something” https://amzn.to/2ShHp4G Talk “Three Towels and a 25 Cent Newspaper” Richard C. Edgley https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2006/10/three-towels-and-a-25-cent-newspaper?lang=eng Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN2 w ago
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Honesty and integrity: why this lost virtue is so vital in business and a happy life

Greg McKeown on essentialism: how to really ask yourself “what is essential” and why it matters

New York Times best selling author and soon to be podcast host Greg McKeown shares with me today some of the philosophies that he teaches in his well-known book Essentialism, a book that quite honestly transformed my life! He talks about the art of saying no, of really getting back to what matters most in life, and how that can set you free to live the life you were intended to live. He shares some fun examples of how essentialism has guided him as a father and how he and his wife have seen their family and children take on this mindset of essentialism, and the great blessings and rewards that have come from doing so. This is one of my all time favorite episodes and if you enjoy it as much as I did, be sure to check out Greg’s brand new podcast that’s linked in today’s show notes too. Show Notes: Greg McKeown’s book “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” https://amzn.to/3aV9W6A Website https://gregmckeown.com/ Greg McKeown Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gregorymckeown/ Greg McKeown YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/gregorymckeown Produced by Dear Media

60 MIN3 w ago
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Greg McKeown on essentialism: how to really ask yourself “what is essential” and why it matters

Sharing faith fearlessly: tips on sharing your testimony in authentic natural ways

I love to share about the gospel of Jesus Christ with my online audience, but it wasn't always that way! Today Neil and I dig into the topic of sharing about your faith online or with others around you, fearlessly and without hesitation. We talk about why it was so scary at first, how I got over that fear and what led me to a passion for sharing the gospel online. We talk about what topics people are seeking answers for most and how to share in natural and effective ways, why it's a lie that you can't talk about faith at work or school, and how to get help with and get better at sharing your faith with others. KiwiCo.com/MINTARROW for your first month FREE on select crates Storyworth.com/MINTARROW for $10 off your first purchase Show Notes: Book “The Power of Everyday Missionaries” by Clayton M. Christensen http://www.everydaymissionaries.org/ Missionary Work: Sharing What Is in Your Heart Dieter F. Uchtdorf Produced by Dear Media

46 MINAPR 27
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Sharing faith fearlessly: tips on sharing your testimony in authentic natural ways

Infertility awareness: Kendyl Madsen (Corrine's best friend) shares about her struggles with infertility including 4 miscarriages and 3 rounds of IVF to get her two miracle babies here

Infertility affects about 6.1 million women in the united states alone, according to the CDC. And since April is infertility and infant loss awareness month, I asked one of my very best friends Kendyl Madsen, who knows the struggle of infertility better than almost anyone else I know, to share her story of getting her two babies here after hundreds of shots, tests and three full rounds of IVF. Kendyl was gracious enough to share her entire journey of ups and downs with getting pregnant and losing pregnancies, what they tried, how it felt, and most importantly, what helped her most from friends and loved ones who supported her through these trials. I'm confident that Kendyl's story will provide a lot of hope for other couples hoping to get pregnant, and more understanding and compassion for those who have loved ones who struggle with infertility or infant loss and how we can best support them. Beach Body: Text MINTARROW to 303030 for a special free trial membership! Causebox.com/mint...

63 MINAPR 20
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Infertility awareness: Kendyl Madsen (Corrine's best friend) shares about her struggles with infertility including 4 miscarriages and 3 rounds of IVF to get her two miracle babies here

Joy Cho and business wisdom: pivoting, leadership and family

Joy Cho of the blog Oh Joy has been working in the creative design space since 2005 and now runs a lifestyle brand and design studio, including licensed product lines with Target, Band-Aid, CalPak and more. Joy also has amassed a following of nearly 13 million Pinterest followers and has twice been named one of Time's most influential people on the internet under 30. Joy shares her wisdom with all of us that she's gained on leadership, the importance of pivoting in your business (which is top of mind for SO many entrepreneurs right now) and some very unique and admirable perspective on taking care of your parents in their older years once you've reached a successful point in your career. Show Notes: Joy’s blog https://www.ohjoy.com/ Joy’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ohjoy/?hl=en Produced by Dear Media

41 MINAPR 13
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Joy Cho and business wisdom: pivoting, leadership and family

Alcoholism awareness month: where to find help + AA 12-step concepts that will help anyone right now

Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence as a way of increasing outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcoholism and issues related to alcohol. The program was started in April 1987 with the intention of targeting college-aged students who might be drinking too much as part of their newfound freedom. It has since become a national movement to draw more attention to the causes and effects of alcoholism as well as how to help families and communities deal with drinking problems. Since Neil and I are well acquainted with the 12 steps of recovery, and especially since Neil began his recovery journey in a traditional 12 step non-denominational meeting founded on the principles of AA, we decided this month we would share some of the basic concepts behind Alcoholics Anonymous, especially since right now in isolation so many people are suffering with their addictions or realizing they might have a problem that they need help with. We really believe this topic will reach everyone at some point in some capacity, whether you yourself struggle with addiction or someone you love does. We hope that today’s episode sheds light on an issue that’s sometimes hard to find solid solutions with, and that if you know someone who might be struggling that you’ll share it with them. LaurelSprings.com/MintArrow for your waived registration fee. Causebox.com/MintArrow with code: MintArrow for 30% off your order. Show Notes: Neil’s favorite talk on taking it “one day at a time”. https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/d-todd-christofferson/give-us-this-day-our-daily-bread/ Find a local Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting https://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-aa-resources Find an ARP meeting (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Addiction Recovery Program) https://addictionrecovery.churchofjesuschrist.org/find-a-meeting?lang=eng Sexaholics Anonymous (SA) meetings https://www.sa.org/meetings/ Overeaters Anonymous (OA) meetings https://oa.org/find-a-meeting/?type=0 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/ Fox news article on relapse due to coronavirus isolation. Some solutions on what to do. https://www.foxnews.com/health/coronavirus-poses-risk-relapse-among-individuals-recovery-expert-says

53 MINAPR 6
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Alcoholism awareness month: where to find help + AA 12-step concepts that will help anyone right now

The American Moms and Politics: how to stay informed, teach your kids and be a good citizen in highly political times

This episode was recorded several weeks before COVID-19 became the hot-topic global issue that we're now living in, but in some ways it makes the content even more applicable to what we're facing currently. In today's episode, I interview twin sisters, moms, political junkies, former White House and Capitol Hill staffers Andrea Reeve and Brittany Richman who are both incredibly passionate about American politics. Andrea and Brittany answer some of my toughest questions about how to get the very most well-rounded and credible news sources to form your own opinions, how to talk to your kids about politics, how to be good citizens and neighbors, how to talk about things that matter with people you love without becoming contentious, and why it matters SO MUCH to be informed with our country. I really believe you'll find so many takeaways that will help all of us navigate these current uncharted waters with the rapid changes we're seeing in our country, now and leading up to an election year. Visit Beautycounter.com with Promo Code: MINTARROW for 10% off your purchase of $100 or more Get your first month FREE on select crates at KiwiCo.com/MintArrow Show Notes: American Moms Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theamericanmoms/ The American Moms website http://theamericanmoms.com/ Book recommendation “You Learn by Living” by Eleanore Roosevelt Best books on politics for kids http://theamericanmoms.com/12-of-the-best-books-to-teach-patriotism-to-your-children/ American Moms recommendations for easy to follow news sources: @minutewithmads on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/minutewithmads/?hl=en The Skim morning news email and afternoon podcast https://www.theskimm.com/ BBC News https://www.bbc.com/news The Wallstreet Journal https://www.wsj.com/ Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/ C-span https://www.c-span.org/ Produced by Dear Media

50 MINMAR 30
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The American Moms and Politics: how to stay informed, teach your kids and be a good citizen in highly political times

Perspective: positivity and introspection during the chaos of Coronavirus

This week we felt compelled to chat all about what we're doing to deal with Coronavirus, and how positivity can change your perspective. We talk about actions you can take to see this time as a gift, being spiritually prepared for whatever may come, and keeping an attitude of faith and optimism instead of fear. Show Notes: Talks referenced in this episode: “Consistent and Resilient Trust” L. Todd Budge https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2019/10/27budge?lang=eng “Preparation for the Second Coming” Dallin H. Oaks https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2004/04/preparation-for-the-second-coming?lang=eng “Are Ye Stripped of Pride?” Kim B. Clark https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/kim-b-clark/ye-stripped-pride/ Book “The Divine Gift of Forgiveness” Neil L. Andersen https://www.amazon.com/Divine-Gift-Forgiveness-Neil-Andersen/dp/1629727415/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=justaskcorinnepin-20&linkId=7d3e3deefb4d5cc07f9d3a06ee64c19a&language=en_US This Episode is sponsored by Beautycounter. For a limited time, new customers can get 10% off your first purchase of $100 or more at beautycounter.com with code MINTARROW. Produced by Dear Media

40 MINMAR 23
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Perspective: positivity and introspection during the chaos of Coronavirus
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