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We are followers of Jesus Christ, committed to live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. Our mission is evangelical, sharing the good news of eternal life through the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
 
Tracking Yes is the art and practice of tuning in to your curiosity, trusting your inner compass and staying connected to possibility when things go sideways.Join me and my guests for stories that will inspire you to meet the unexpected—in your biggest challenges and everyday moments—with a wise, adventurous heart. You’ll gain insights, tools and practical action steps that’ll help you tap into the wisdom available to you in every moment, and support you in creating an empowered relationship ...
 
No other level of government impacts us as much in our daily lives as local government and today it is undergoing massive change even as it remains a relatively obscure field of management. For the last 40 years I have been talking to managers as an organization consultant and am as fascinated by their work today as when I began. The professional municipal manager is entrusted with a ship that often runs over rough waters and sometimes threatens to drift out to sea even as it delivers vital ...
 
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Show Notes: My guest today is Jessica Waite, author, friend and all around remarkable soul. Jess was my first guest on the podcast last year, sharing a captivating and vulnerable story of losing the love of her life. A year and a half later, she’s back, brighter, clearer and wiser than ever. In today’s conversation we explore: discovering a more in…
 
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to manage a municipality that provides its own electric service? Although a modest sized Borough of nearly 21,000, Chambersburg, located in Franklin County Pennsylvania delivers a full complement of utility, emergency, parks and recreation and a host of other municipal services, but that is not what make…
 
Go to show website: TRACKING YES podcast Show Notes: My guest today is Doug Van Houten, Nature-based Soul Guide. Join us for a fascinating exploration into the ways we've lost touch with our innate, wild relationship with the natural world, and how coming back into that relationship brings us home to our deepest sense of meaning and purpose. Doug s…
 
Show Notes: Today’s show is a story of magic, and what's possible when you stay in an expansive, curious orientation to the curve balls life’s pitching your way. Resonance is our most powerful tool for navigating the creative field. It's amplified by what you’re thinking and believing, which impacts how you're feeling and responding to each moment,…
 
Show Notes: On today’s show I’m sharing a practice that’s focused on getting out in nature and having a creative dialogue with it, and how that practice helps you cultivate and nurture an empowered relationship between your ego and your soul, including: guideposts for engaging in a dialogue with the mystery of nature reverse creativity - letting th…
 
When Bernard Moss was 22 years old, he was convicted of attempted murder and spent 28 years in San Quentin prison. 23 years into his sentence, he engaged in a year long program called GRIP, which ultimately led to his release from prison and his current career as a facilitator of the GRIP program to men still serving sentences. In today’s interview…
 
Episode Summary: Opening to change and following its urge creates a momentum that takes on a life of its own and leads us beyond what our current perspective can imagine. The conclusion of this 3 part series on initiatory experience explores how to navigate transition with curiosity and trust that there are always bigger forces at work and magic af…
 
Part 2 of this 3 part riff on the cycle of transition explores dropping into the current of change and recalibrating to centre as you navigate its depths. If you can stay present through initiatory experiences, the inevitable waves of anxiety, second-guessing and doubt that arise can lead to clarity, courage and trust in your own inner wisdom. Link…
 
Disruptive energy is woven into the fabric of our lives. It alerts us that we’re being called away from life as we know it in order to discover something new about ourselves and about this experience of human-ing. Most of us avoid, resist and try to control change, and in doing so we miss the deeper and truer aspect of self that is trying to emerge…
 
In November 2014, Linh Huynh, spurred on by her unwavering commitment to crafting a life of daring and wonder, became the 1st Canadian woman to complete the Four Deserts Ultramarathon Series, four 250 km, self-supported, 7 day races through the hottest, driest and windiest deserts on earth. In doing so in one calendar year, she became the 1st Canad…
 
For the last 8 years, Nicole Huguenin has stepped away from the structures and systems that favour money as the primary currency of exchange, and chosen to live by the tenants of the circular and gift economies. Moving in a world of alternate currencies such as connection, generosity, trust and co-creation she’s discovered that: healing our persona…
 
Show Notes: A little more magic and enchantment is be exactly what we need in the world right now. How do we stop waiting for it to appear from outside of us, and bring our own willingness to be enchanted to the very moments we’re currently in? Today’s show explores how we’ve disconnected from our capacity for wonder, and how to get it back. We’re …
 
One of the best things I’ve learned is that you can’t hear the answer unless you have the question within you. I did a major declutter of my world a while back, and several insights emerged in the process. Not long after, I had a major cycling crash and concussion that presented a new perspective on my relationship with possessions. What if insight…
 
In this fascinating and insightful conversation with Sarah Kerr, PhD, death doula and ritual healer, we explore how we can expand our relationships with death and life, including: why building a healthy relationship with death is a key part of building a healthy relationship with life how Western culture disconnects us from an empowered relationshi…
 
Marlena and I explored the freedom of letting go of control in Part 1 of our conversation. In part 2 we look at what we actually DO have control over, and how to direct it wisely. boundaries: why they're an essential aspect of well being, and how to become masterful at setting clear, loving, unwavering ones cultivating our empowered adult so the yo…
 
On today's show Marlena shares a tragedy she experienced in her early twenties, and how the Mindfulness qualities of presence, curiosity and compassion helped her heal from the trauma. We also explore Buddhist teachings on: what's the true source of our well-being the 3 steps that lead us away from our direct experience and into suffering pain is i…
 
Show Notes: In Part 2 of our conversation, Kelly gets specific about what she believes is driving the backlash against J.K.Rowling from some members of the Trans community. She shares how her quest for deeper understanding of the situation led to greater awareness of what's at the heart of conflict. We discuss gender and sexual fluidity and how lab…
 
Episode Summary: Today’s show looks at the toxic, seductive and pervasive tribal behaviour of cancel culture and the echo chambers it creates. Show Notes: Writer, friend and all-around amazing being Kelly Madrone, a member of and advocate for the LGBTQ community and author of the book LGBTQ (now in it’s 3rd edition), joins me today to talk about th…
 
Episode Summary: As soon as we commit to a point of view, we’ve shifted out of an ever-evolving, ongoing sense making and into the perceived safety of certainty. Clarity requires a willingness to die to what you believed this morning as you open to integrate the new insights that appear throughout the day. Show Notes: On today’s show I’m looking at…
 
Episode Summary: Awareness reveals our reaction to life. Self-awareness helps us understand what's really trying to get our attention and why, and supports us in responding with presence, clarity and creativity. Show Notes: On today’s show I’m talking about the difference between awareness and self-awareness and why the distinction is important. De…
 
Episode Summary: Your truth does not live inside of you like a gold coin at the bottom of a purse. Your truth, who you are, what your purpose is, illuminated as you come into felt relationship with the world. Show Notes: Join us today for Part 2 of my conversation with Philip Shepherd. Philip is an international authority on embodiment and author o…
 
Episode Summary: The most potent activism doesn't come from the head, it comes from what the body knows and feels. It comes from some 'wrong' that your specific sensitivity feels deeply, and that’s the call. That is the world—activating you to move forward. Show Notes: Join us today for Part 1 of my conversation with Philip Shepherd. Philip is an i…
 
Guilt sets us up to perform goodness and avoid consequences, and it has us walking a tightrope between shame and responsibility. Today’s show looks at the pitfalls of guilt so you can do an end run around it and navigate the inevitable imperfections of being human with a truer compass. Did this episode spark questions for you? Send a voice message …
 
The idea of right and wrong is binary, separation thinking that keeps us at odds with ourselves and others. It moves us away from possibility and into the energies of control, defensiveness and domination that interfere with moving clearly through conflict. Since conflict is an inevitable aspect of life as things evolve and shift to the next level …
 
In Part 2 of this conversation with Peggy Fitzsimmons, masterful guide in the game of decluttering, we shed light into: releasing what isn’t aligned with who you are now unhooking from distorted beliefs about money and success connecting with your inherent generosity putting your Soul in the driver’s seat of your life We also explore Peggy’s list o…
 
My guest today is Peggy Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. She’s a gifted psychologist, coach and energy worker. Peggy and I spent a year collaborating extensively to clear a massive amount of clutter out of my life. In this episode we explore the emotional and spiritual aspects of clutter - why we have it, why we keep it, and how to get free of it. You’ll gain in…
 
Episode Summary: Today’s show looks at shifting out of fear into curiosity, and moving from a sense of powerlessness into confident connection with your creativity, your agency, and your infinite capacity to support your well-being in any situation. Show Notes: What if this global pandemic is here to bust open our blind spots, and connect us with s…
 
When we set sail on a creative adventure - perfectionism is the anchor our ego tosses overboard to keep us close to the safety of the known. Here’s why it does, and how to drop the dead weight and chart a course for magic. Show Notes: Today’s show delves into the trap of perfectionism: Why we obsessively strive for it Why it never gives us what we …
 
There’s a virus running parallel to the Coronavirus. It’s the energetic virus of fear and anxiety, and it attacks our natural resilience and weakens our immune system. The good news is there’s a powerful antidote that we have direct access to. Today’s show focuses on why toxic fear patterns perpetuate, how we can build our immunity to them. The epi…
 
Episode Summary: Even after someone we love dies, it's possible to continue to evolve and grow together, healing and restoring our fractured relationships to wholeness. Show Notes: My guest today is Jessica Waite. She’s a talented writer, a widowed single mom, one of my dearest friends— and unwavering tracker of yes. Our conversation explores how, …
 
Tracking Yes is an ongoing conversation that dives into what happens when you make the courageous choice to live a life of curiosity and follow the magic. This show's about tuning into your wise voice—the one that's conspiring with you to create a life of authenticity, adventure and joy!Bởi Liz Wiltzen, PCC, CPCC
 
So much goodness in here. Jacob Lebel, one of the 21 youth plaintiffs on the Juliana V U.S “Climate Trial of the Century” came and gave over 100 student leaders a great keynote presentation during our 3rd annual #EcoSocialJustice Event. We talked about a great many things and about the injunction case that is right around the corner, as in tomorrow…
 
This was such a great conversation I had after a highly impactful two full days of training with Jamie Washington Ph.D., of Washington Consulting Group and Kathy Obear, Ed.D., from The Center for Transformation & Change. The training was called Creating Inclusive, Socially Just Campus Environments and I certainly was able to learn a lot over the co…
 
This was a fantastic conversation I had the good fortune to have with Kevin Wilhelm, CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting, author, public speaker, and so much more. We sat down near the conclusion of the Washington Oregon Higher Education Conference that was held this year at the University of Washington in Seattle. The conversation went many pla…
 
What a fantastic conversation this was with Kiran Oommen. Not only that but this episode also happens to have a podcast debut of a fresh track from one of the bands Kiran is in called Geophagia. The track is called Werewolf. It’s sprinkled in the episode and if you stick around to the very end you’ll get to hear it in it’s entirety! The conversatio…
 
Check it out! The 2019 GPSEN Sustainability Symposium is right around the corner, March 8th 2019. Hear more about the event and a bit of the story line of how GPSEN came to be. Oh, and while you’re at it, you’ll get a bit more of an intimate idea of how awesome the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal’s are, too!…
 
I had such a great conversation with Venus Barnes, a member of the PCC community as the Learning Garden Coordinator at the Sylvania Campus and she is also a former student here as well. Venus started a Food Justice Cohort that I was really excited to share about and she also did an excellent job of addressing and looking at many of the intersection…
 
On Tuesday, January 15th in Salem Oregon a rally and public hearing were held to stop the Jordan Cove LNG terminal and pipeline project. Hundreds of folks were in attendance and one of them happened to be me. I recorded much of the speakers that were at the rally and wanted to share some of that experience with you all. I also thought it would be g…
 
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