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The Dream Catcher is a place where you‘ll receive a boost of inspiration, practical advice and tools to maximize your success and personal happiness. And that’s not all – you’ll also get plenty of guidance on how you can use your gifts, talents and compassion to contribute towards making the world a better place.New episodes every week. Presented by Seline Shenoy (www.SelineShenoy.com).

The Dream Catcher Podcast Seline Shenoy

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The Dream Catcher is a place where you‘ll receive a boost of inspiration, practical advice and tools to maximize your success and personal happiness. And that’s not all – you’ll also get plenty of guidance on how you can use your gifts, talents and compassion to contribute towards making the world a better place.New episodes every week. Presented by Seline Shenoy (www.SelineShenoy.com).

    How to Know Your True Self

    How to Know Your True Self

    When it comes to our identity, most of us define ourselves based on conventional societal labels based on education, jobs, relationships, possessions, appearance, race, culture, religion, etc.
    While knowing who we are, on a superficial level, is necessary to fulfill daily responsibilities, it doesn’t represent the essence of our true being. Rejecting social roles that don’t feel true to us allows our true self to inform the choices we make, bringing us to a place of success and peace. 
    “Being true to yourself” is not just a cliché. It’s a practice and a state of awareness we need to cultivate and evolve actively. This week, I offer five fundamental steps that will help you get started in this process of self-discovery.

    • 10 min
    [Interview] Using Storytelling to Tap into Our Potential and to Make a Difference (feat. Scotty Crowe)

    [Interview] Using Storytelling to Tap into Our Potential and to Make a Difference (feat. Scotty Crowe)

    We’re all storytellers. whether we realize it or not. We create narratives in our minds about who we are, why things happen the way we do and where we’re going. This ability gives us the responsibility to tell stories that are meaningful and beneficial to ourselves and others.
    Scotty Crowe, my guest today has been helping people do just that through his work in education and social justice. Scotty is an actor, writer, host, and filmmaker. He first started working in entertainment as John Mayer’s tour manager and has spent much of the last decade working with young people, specifically around writing their narrative and discovering their voice. He believes deeply in the power of storytelling, the joy of self-expression, and the importance of inclusion.
    During our conversation, Scotty and I discuss about the different ways we can use our ability to tell stories including:
    Tapping into our inner potential.
    Expressing our creativity and talents.
    Using it to advocate for the causes that are important to us.

    • 31 min
    Why it’s Important to Talk About Privilege and How it Impacts Us

    Why it’s Important to Talk About Privilege and How it Impacts Us

    A conversation about privilege is not an easy one for many. In fact, it makes a lot of people defensive. But being asked to “check your privilege” shouldn’t make you feel guilty or minimize the hardships you face in other areas of your life.  
    Instead, it is a gentle nudge to understand the plight of marginalized groups and the struggles that they face. We need to see it as an opportunity to educate ourselves and bear witness to the harsh realities of those who experience the world differently.
    Grappling with the realities of privilege is  an ongoing effort. This week. I address how I came to grips with the privileges I have (and don’t have) and how it made me realize the importance of understanding where each of us stand on the privilege ladder.

    • 9 min
    How to Develop Habits that Lead to Success

    How to Develop Habits that Lead to Success

    Humans are creatures of habit. We seek comfort in rituals that free us to focus on less predictable things. Routine gives us a feeling of security and control over our environments.
    But not all habits are created equal. The right ones boost our productivity and efficiency. With enough focused repetition, we can master any skill. Our habits are an accurate predictor of future success. 
    Instead of falling into the traps of following conventions and refusing to change habits that aren’t good for us, we can become conscious of them. In this episode, I’ve outlined five steps that help you develop habits that lead to success on your own terms.

    • 11 min
    [Interview] A Holistic Approach to Overcoming Limitations and Living Our Best Life (feat. David Hennessey)

    [Interview] A Holistic Approach to Overcoming Limitations and Living Our Best Life (feat. David Hennessey)

    Each and everyone of us desires to live our best lives. But that life seems out of reach for many of us because of the limitations and obstacles we face along the way. 
    My guest today, David Hennessey, a passionate advocate for personal development, say’s that success is possible for anyone, if they’re willing to make simple shifts in their daily life and adopt the right mindset. 
    David is trained in psychology and nutrition. 20 years ago he created a holistic personal development program called The WONDER Technique. Over the years, he’s presented it in 100s of workshops and seminars. His goal is to share these fundamental tools of personal development to everyone on the planet through his work.
    During the interview, we cover the following areas:
    Techniques to reduce stress and improve sleep quality
    Daily rituals and practices that lead to productivity
    Tips on staying committed to our goals
    Developing simple habits that lead to success
    Ways to achieve a positive frame of mind  

    • 36 min
    6 Types of Toxic People Who Drain Your Energy

    6 Types of Toxic People Who Drain Your Energy

    We all have to deal with toxic people in our lives. They can’t be entirely avoided, whether they be a boss, parent, or coworker. While nothing is ever ideal and compromise is needed, we need to be clear about how much we’re willing to put up with.
    While toxic people should not be demonized (they obviously need help to change their unhealthy behavioral patterns), it’s important to distance yourself from them to maintain your own sanity. Engaging with their neuroses will take you down to their levels of thinking and being.
    In this episode, I describe the key characteristics of five types of toxic people who drain your energy, who you should keep an eye out for and avoid at all costs.

    • 9 min

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