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The IMbetween Podcast is a conversation on marriage, parenting, faith, and everything in between. With your co-hosts, Daniel and Christina Im, you will laugh and learn to build a strong, connected, and joy-filled marriage + family. On this podcast, you will hear how to raise children that change the world, ideas to keep the romance alive with your spouse, how to not hate your in-laws, ways to save money for your next vacation, and how to use the Enneagram in your relationships. Daniel is an author, pastor, and Gallup strengths performance coach. Christina is a social worker, counselor, and Enneagram enthusiast. They are Canadians that recently moved back from Nashville, TN and have three children.

IMbetween Podcast on Marriage, Parenting, Faith, and Everything In Between Daniel Im and Christina Im

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The IMbetween Podcast is a conversation on marriage, parenting, faith, and everything in between. With your co-hosts, Daniel and Christina Im, you will laugh and learn to build a strong, connected, and joy-filled marriage + family. On this podcast, you will hear how to raise children that change the world, ideas to keep the romance alive with your spouse, how to not hate your in-laws, ways to save money for your next vacation, and how to use the Enneagram in your relationships. Daniel is an author, pastor, and Gallup strengths performance coach. Christina is a social worker, counselor, and Enneagram enthusiast. They are Canadians that recently moved back from Nashville, TN and have three children.

    Episode 84: The Lies We Believe About Parenting

    Episode 84: The Lies We Believe About Parenting

    On the surface, believing the lie that you are who you raise doesn’t seem too bad, since involvement in your child’s life is better than neglect. However, underneath the surface, this lie frauds us into believing that our children’s success is our success. And their failure is our failure.
    Are we the ones that are ultimately in control over the destiny of our children? Can we shape and mould them into our image and likeness? Do we have the power to sustain them? Outwardly, of course we would blurt out, "NO!" But inwardly, we may be sitting with a lie that actually tricks us into believing that our self-worth is tied directly to our children. 
    On Episode 84, Daniel and Christina unpack two of the common lies that we believe about parenting reframed as half-truths: You are who you raise and You are what you know. These two are from Daniel's upcoming book that releases Feb 4, You Are What You Do: And Six Other Lies about Work, Life, and Love.

    Grab Your FREE Guide to Setting a SMART Goal:
    This printable will help you set and achieve your goals in 2020. We can't wait to hear all about the goals you have smashed this year!

    In This Episode, You Will Hear About:

    Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and Six Other Lies About Work, Life, & Love


    The lies we believe about parenting

    The vicious cycle we create when we believe the lies that you are who you raise and you are what you know

    Why we need to overcome these lies and how to overcome them


    Resources Mentioned During the Episode:

    Take advantage of the pre-sale on Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and receive a FREE copy of the E-book right away! Hurry! Offer ends February 3. Go to danielim.com/youare


    Listen to Episode 82: The Lies We Believe About Ourselves where we go more into depth about the lies "You are what you do" and "You are your past"

    Catch up on Episode 83: The Lies We Believe About Marriage were we discuss the lies: "You are who you know" and "You are what you experience"


    Quotables & Tweetables:

    "If media, which includes YouTube, has become the number-one influencer for our children's career choices, what are the implications?" @danielsangi


    "And then one day we realize that we have no idea why we are doing what we're doing. And when it comes to parenting, that's a scary place to be." @danielsangi


    "You are who you raise: This lie is so dangerous because it deceives you into believing that parenting ought to be your all and everything. That your children should be the center of your universe." @danielsangi


    "On the surface this lie, "You are who you raise" doesn't seem too bad, since involvement in your child's life is better than neglect. However, underneath the surface, this lie actually tricks you into believing that your self-worth is tied directly to the performance of your children." @danielsangi


    "This lie, "You are who you raise" frauds you into believing that your children's successes your success. And their failure is your failure." @danielsangi



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    For the full show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode84

    • 30 min
    Episode 83: The Lies We Believe About Marriage

    Episode 83: The Lies We Believe About Marriage

    On the surface, while the Internet, smartphones, and the rise of the gig economy appear to be connecting us with one another, they’re actually doing the very opposite. They’re exacerbating the problems of disconnection, isolation, and loneliness. We are more disconnected than ever before, which is leading to a decline in trust. And the more disconnected and untrusting we become, the more we are going to turn inward and become unhealthily obsessed with ourselves. 
    Marriage is about unity, oneness, and should be the opposite of selfishness. On Episode 83, Daniel and Christina walk through two of the common lies that we believe about marriage reframed as half-truths: You are who you know and You are what you experience. These two lies are from Daniel's upcoming book that releases Feb 4, You Are What You Do: And Six Other Lies about Work, Life, and Love.

    Grab Your FREE Guide to Setting a SMART Goal:
    This printable will help you set and achieve your goals in 2020. We can't wait to hear all about the goals you have smashed this year! 

    In This Episode, You Will Hear About:

    Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and Six Other Lies About Work, Life, & Love


    The lies we believe about marriage 

    The negative sides of believing that you are who you know and you are what you experience

    Why we need to overcome these lies and how to overcome them


    Resources Mentioned During the Episode:

    Take advantage of the pre-sale on Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and receive a FREE copy of the E-book right away! Hurry! Offer ends February 3. Go to danielim.com/youare


    Listen to Episode 82: The Lies We Believe About Ourselves where we go more into depth about the lies "You are what you do" and "You are your past"


    Quotables & Tweetables:

    "On the surface, while the Internet, smartphones, and the rise of the gig economy appear to be connecting us with one another, they’re actually doing the very opposite. They’re exacerbating the problems of disconnection, isolation, and loneliness." @danielsangi


    "If we're not careful, chasing after experiences can become a god in our lives." @danielsangi


    "Comparisons is a zero sum game. Underneath it all, there is no end to this lie. There is always more comparison. Instead of quenching the flames of jealousy and envy in our hearts, experiences end up fanning them." @danielsangi


    "And while freedom is the allure of the gig economy— that you will have more flexibility in your schedule to spend time with your loved ones, and money to spend on experiences—it actually leads to the opposite."@danielsangi


    "Just consider the free time or downtime that you used to have after work to invite friends over for dinner, to talk with your neighbors, or go to the lake with your family on the weekends. Haven’t you replaced some or all of it with hustling, grinding, and working on the side, so that you’ll have more money to spend time with them . . . at some point in the future?" @danielsangi



    Subscribe and Connect With Us:

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    And don't forget to subscribe to our podcast, so that you will never miss an episode!

    For the full show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode83

    • 30 min
    Episode 82: The Lies We Believe About Ourselves

    Episode 82: The Lies We Believe About Ourselves

    We live in a day and age of fake news where half-truths are everywhere. At first glance, these partial truths don't seem so hard to swallow. We desire peace in our hearts, in our minds, and in our bodies. So, we become less busy or busier. We set goals of numbers that we want to see on the scale by January 31st. We get a new planner to fill with all the things we want to do. We buy into the lie that we are what we do, we are what the scale says we have become, and we are what the calendar block of the day tells us.
    It's not the outright harmful, evil, or unjust lies that are dangerous; they are the easily recognizable ones. However, the half-truths - the ones that mingle truth and falsehood with the deliberate intent to deceive? Those are the ones we need to pay attention to. 
    On Episode 82, Daniel and Christina Im walk through two of the common lies that we believe about ourselves reframed as half-truths: You are what you do and You are your past. These two lies are from Daniel's upcoming book that releases Feb 4, You Are What You Do: And Six Other Lies about Work, Life, and Love.

    Grab Your FREE Guide to Setting a SMART Goal:

    This printable will help you set and achieve your goals in 2020. We can't wait to hear all about the goals you have smashed this year!

    In This Episode, You Will Hear About:

    Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and Six Other Lies About Work, Life, & Love


    The lies we believe about ourselves

    The dangers of believing that you are what you do and you are your past

    Why we need to overcome these lies and how to overcome them 


    Resources Mentioned During the Episode:

    Take advantage of the pre-sale on Daniel's latest book, You Are What You Do and receive a FREE copy of the E-book right away! Hurry! Offer ends February 3. Go to danielim.com/youare for more information!

    Listen to our This Is Us episode where we share about our past and the purpose of our podcast 


    Quotables & Tweetables:

    "A life dictated by doing is not much of a life at all." @danielsangi


    "Freedom and flexibility are hallmarks of the gig economy." @danielsangi


    "In doers, I don't want to trust."@danielsangi


    "No wonder we over-identify with our jobs - we've been conditioned to do so, both from within and from without."@danielsangi


    "Unfortunately, the thing about pretending is that it always leads to anxiety. You're constantly looking over your shoulder, wondering when you'll be found out, and what will happen then."@danielsangi


    "When we let this lie define our lives, we inevitably end up neglecting the relationships that mean the most to us, our emotional well-being, and our spiritual health." @danielsangi


    "We're called human beings, and not human doings." @danielsangi



    Subscribe and Connect With Us:

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    Stitcher

    Google Play

    Spotify

    Instagram - @imbetweenshow


    Twitter - @imbetweenshow


    Facebook - @imbetweenshow



    And don't forget to subscribe to our podcast, so that you will never miss an episode!

    For the full show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode82

    • 30 min
    Episode 81: How to Set Goals and ACTUALLY Achieve Them

    Episode 81: How to Set Goals and ACTUALLY Achieve Them

    Happy 2020! Can you believe another year has passed?! We have also entered a brand new decade! With the start of the New Year, have you set some resolutions for yourself? For your family? For your business? According to a recent article in Forbes Magazine, less than 25% of people actually stay committed to their resolutions after just 30 days, and only 8% actually accomplish them. But, guess what? You don't have to be a part of that statistic!
    On Episode 81, Daniel and Christina discuss how to set SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Based) goals and how this acrostic will help you achieve and smash your 2020 goals! Are you ready?!

    For all the show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode81

    • 31 min
    Episode 80: How To Strengthen Your Marriage in 15 Minutes (with Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey)

    Episode 80: How To Strengthen Your Marriage in 15 Minutes (with Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey)

    What separates happy marriages from miserable ones? What if we told you that you could have a stronger, healthier, more joy-filled marriage in just 15 minutes a day? Sound too good to be true? Authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey have studied relationships (and neuroscience) and discovered the joy gap - a length of time between moments of shared joy.
    When the joy gap gets bigger, problems are more likely to overwhelm you, resentment creeps in, and you start to feel distant and alone in your marriage. When the joy gap is smaller, you regularly feel connected, happy, and your marriage is a source of joy. 
    On Episode 80, Daniel and Christina interview Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey (co-authors of The 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages) about how 15 minutes a day, and brain science hacks, can boost your emotional, spiritual, and physical connection with your spouse. 

    For the full show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode80

    • 40 min
    Episode 79: The 5 Money Personalities and Why They Matter

    Episode 79: The 5 Money Personalities and Why They Matter

    Whether we realize it or not, we all have a relationship with money. Some have a wonderful, healthy, and bountiful relationship with money. Others feel drained, owned, or overwhelmed by money. Every person has a unique way of thinking about and dealing with money. This is called a Money Personality.
    Not everyone has the same money personality. Perhaps you can see it in your own children. Some like to save like money is going out of style. Others may earn a quarter just so that they can tun around and spend it on anything and everything. Like our own children, we have very different ways of thinking about and dealing with money.
    It may seem obvious, but here’s a good reminder: most of us may assume that our spouse thinks about money like we do, and if they don’t, they are wrong. But, is that really true?
    In Episode 79, Daniel and Christina help you discover what your Money Personality is in order to help you understand yourself and the way you think about/approach money. 

    For the full show notes, go to IMbetween.org/episode79

    • 37 min

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