Think Queerly is about thinking differently, thinking critically, and honest self-examination about one’s place in the world.
As a coach, I help deep-thinkers and creatives cultivate their purpose to experience more freedom, impact, and joy in life. I share personal development practices based on the neuroscience of transformational coaching, and principles of human-heartedness based on my study of the Tao Te Ching.
My intention is to help you practice humility, compassion, and open-mindedness leading to more understanding and respect for the dignity of others, and creating curiosity and acceptance for the diversity of humanity.
It is from this place of human-heartedness that you can be the change you want to see in yourself and the world.
What To Do When You Can't Figure Out Why You're Not Doing What You Want (P.E.P.)
A Personal Evolution Process to get unstuck and create a simple strategy to easily do what you want and need to get done.
If You’re Missing This One Thing, You'll Fail at Your Goals — Just Like Last Year
The thing is not the thing: A coach's perspective on setting meaningful, intentional goals for what they will make of you.
Kelly Walker on Celebrating Life with Grace and Delight Because It’s Good to Be Alive
A Think Queerly Podcast discussion with Canadian author, speaker, musician, and former Dominican Prior, Kelly Walker.
Your 2020 Year-End-Review Personal Evolution Process (PEP)
This Personal Evolution Process is a simple journaling process to review the meaningful highlights, milestones, and insights that shaped you and your year in 2020.
Personal Evolution Practice (PEP): Love and Respect
BONUS EPISODE: This is part 2 of, "You Can’t Expect Others to Make You Feel the Way You Want to Feel" (Ep. 162) — A Personal Evolution Practice for Love & Respect
You Can’t Expect Others to Make You Feel the Way You Want to Feel
A Personal Evolution Practice (PEP) to get clarity on how you want to be loved and respected.
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Voice of Reason
I really enjoy this podcast and the content that Darren shares on social media platforms. He says what the community needs to hear on how to be there for ourselves and one another and make positive changes in our lives and for our community.
Queer self discovery
Darren, I’ve started to listen more to your podcasts recently and kudos to you.
I was and still am having hard time adjusting to the toxic masculinity at work and your pod cast have helped me a lot.
They opened up my mind In understanding the queer life and being able to See and label toxic masculinity on people who don’t accept us nor want to help us excel in life as lgbt members in or fully out.
My previous stance on this topic was to be nice and people will see the good but now I have changed it to if you don’t accept me I am not here to please you, and in some ways it has worked with people who are not fully right winged but at the same to
Ive accept I can’t change every one.
Thank you for doing what you do best write and speak so eloquently (sometimes with Freudian slips which are great comic relives and I find my self chuckle while driving )
So I’m writing this text to really motivate you more to expand your podcast and maybe idea to get more involved psych DRs as guest on your show to expand and give more advise and toolsets on how to deal with lgbt issues on day to day basis.
And That you are changing lives.