98 episodes

Do What Matters Most features Dr. A. Lynn Scoresby—experienced psychologist, executive coach, business and education consultant, father, and grandfather—talking about how to recognize and then do what matters most so you can improve and have more fulfilling relationships. Topics range from marriage and parenting to ethics and character, stopping violence, and more.

Do What Matters Most Dr. A. Lynn Scoresby

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 13 Ratings

Do What Matters Most features Dr. A. Lynn Scoresby—experienced psychologist, executive coach, business and education consultant, father, and grandfather—talking about how to recognize and then do what matters most so you can improve and have more fulfilling relationships. Topics range from marriage and parenting to ethics and character, stopping violence, and more.

    What Makes Marriages Work E2: The Bridge Builders

    What Makes Marriages Work E2: The Bridge Builders

    In this episode, Dr. Scoresby talks about how two people build bridges when they create a new relationship, and often these are the same skills used when a relationship faces challenges. Find ways to build bridges through experiences or exchanges of behavior that solidify the relationship for both people and make your relationships healthier and happier. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

    • 44 min
    What Makes Marriages Work E1: Five Qualities of a Fabulous Relationship

    What Makes Marriages Work E1: Five Qualities of a Fabulous Relationship

    Many people don’t know what makes a quality relationship anymore—let alone how to create and maintain one. Dr. Scoresby presents 15 qualities that make a relationship last and make it rewarding along the way. He also discusses what research says are the five make-or-break factors in relationship success and satisfaction, and these can apply to marriage, family, and work relationships. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of relationship resources.

    • 46 min
    21st-Century Children E23: Building Social Confidence and Self-Esteem, Part 7

    21st-Century Children E23: Building Social Confidence and Self-Esteem, Part 7

    Excellent research has been done to find what helps build social confidence and self-esteem. In this episode, learn how promoting delay of gratification in your children will help them be confident in social situations and feel positive about themselves. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and other resources. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find a free mini course ebook on Emotional Resilience and Self-Reliance and many more resources.

    • 28 min
    21st-Century Children E22: Building Social Confidence and Self-Esteem, Part 6

    21st-Century Children E22: Building Social Confidence and Self-Esteem, Part 6

    Research showing how to build confidence and self-esteem includes the valuable role of emotions—and not just positive emotions. Learn how to become a good emotion coach for your children and for your friends, and improve your relationships and build social confidence for yourself and your children. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and other resources. On FirstAnswers.com, you can also find a free mini course ebook on Emotional Resilience and Self-Reliance and a full course that includes a section on emotion coaching.

    • 19 min
    Uniting E3: What Happens When People Learn Together

    Uniting E3: What Happens When People Learn Together

    Sometimes even when we know something is valuable, we still don't do it. This sometimes happens with marshaling the unity of peers in order to promote achievement in schools and in life. Learn what some schools did to magnify achievement for their students. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and other resources.

    • 17 min
    Uniting E2: The Amazing Benefits When Parents and Teachers Are United

    Uniting E2: The Amazing Benefits When Parents and Teachers Are United

    The lack of unity among people and institutions often limits the experience and performance of those involved because valuable time is spent addressing the problems of divisiveness rather than focusing on their work or purpose. As it turns out, uniting well also produces many positive benefits, which can be seen when schools and parents unite themselves. In this episode, learn about these benefits and examples of how they were achieved by people who had the courage to unite. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and other resources.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

aden30 ,

Useful and interesting to listen to

I love hearing Dr. Scoresby’s experience and practical wisdom in this podcast. He knows what he’s talking about because he’s seen it all. It’s nice that there’s stuff for parents, educators, and individuals. We can all benefit. I can’t wait for more.

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