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Seasoned with Salt Dominique Beaumonte

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Thoughts and reflections from a Jesus-centered, multihyphenate who loves football, politics, books and reading people!

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    You Don't Know What You Need to Get Where You Are Going #86

    You Don't Know What You Need to Get Where You Are Going #86

    Are you looking for success or notoriety? Are you wrestling with ways to become more ambitious in your life, profession, and ministry? In this episode, I discuss the dangers of being opportunistic and encourage listeners to trust God for their success.


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    • 18 min
    Develop a Personal Brand Standard on Social Media - #85

    Develop a Personal Brand Standard on Social Media - #85

    Show notes: https://dominiquebeaumonte.com/2021/05/13/develop-a-personal-brand-standard-on-social-media/

    Have you ever began a conversation with someone where they make a comment about something you posted on social media.

    This happens to me all the time and it used to make me really uncomfortable because 1) I was not as intentional about my posts and 2) I didn’t want to be viewed through the lens of one is Isolated experience or joke.

    Today, I’m going to talk about the importance of developing a personal brand identity that drives the way you project yourself in social media spaces.

    I got a few tips, experiences, and tricks that will help you!


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    • 21 min
    Planned Ignoring? Responding to Attention-Seeking Behavior #84

    Planned Ignoring? Responding to Attention-Seeking Behavior #84

    Did you know that you can protect your peace?

    Have you ever been in the store and seen Little toddlers throwing the biggest fit while the parent carried on as though nothing was happening?

    If you’re like me, you’ve probably muttered to yourself, “I know that lady sees that little boy destroying the entire rack of pasta noodles!”

    This thing has literally always puzzled me!

    Ok. Fast forward to yesterday! I tell my 3 friends in our group chat that someone responded to an email I sent (reply all) intending to get a reaction out of me. I give a little context and then one of my faithful friends texts the following sentence:

    “In behavior therapy, we have a tactic called “planned ignoring. Not to be confused with planned ignorance.”

    Being the young scholar that I am, the term piqued my interest and I spent the next 20 minutes sitting in my car watching YouTube videos about this tactic.

    The procedure of planned ignoring involves deliberate parental inattention to the occurrence of target child behaviors. In other words, parents identify behaviors that function as a means of getting their attention and selectively ignore them.

    Okay, then what is extinction?

    Planned ignoring is one the simplest types of extinction procedures. The term extinction refers to discontinuing rewarding a behavior that has previously been rewarded. Extinction is an intervention strategy that has been widely shown to be effective in reducing rates of inappropriate behaviors in children.

    SO NATURALLY, I WANT TO ENGAGE THIS PRACTICE WITH ADULTS.

    Some people move through the world manifesting their insecurities. They will attach certain insecurities to your being if they feel threatened.

    So their behavior towards you is not always a reflection of what you have done or said, but who you are.

    Therefore, that recenters how we should respond.

    Planned ignoring is supposed to end the practice of rewarding bad behavior. Critics argue if it is the best strategy. What I unequivocally agree with that


    You can ignore behavior without ignoring the person.
    We have to give the same energy to reinforcing replacement behavior.
    “How” you ignore can be as equally damaging as how you respond.

    At the end of the day, planned ignoring is less about the person and their behavior but more about how you respond to behavior when you have the power to reinforce better behavior through your own discipline.

    Here are the three takeaways for me from the Bible.


    Process how you internalize the behavior by managing your response time. You may not be able to ignore the behavior. Listen up!

    James 1:19 Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:


    Get your thoughts under control. Get to a place of peace before you join the other person where they want you to be. Prompt: when I’m triggered, what emotions do I feel and how do I manage them through my thoughts: Philippians 4:8, KJV: "Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things."

    Proverbs 3:5-7

    King James Version

    5 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

    6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

    7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the Lord, and depart from evil.


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    #83 God Said, ADJUST!

    #83 God Said, ADJUST!

    God said... tell my people to ADJUST! In this episode, I’ll share what hinders our progress and, how we can make adjustments! I’ll pray over your life Divine inspiration, Divine collaborations, and Divine innovation.
    Prayer focus or the week:
    1. Divine inspiration
    2. Divine collaboration
    3. Divine innovation
    SWcriptures to remember:
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    • 13 min
    #82 Dealing with Disappointment

    #82 Dealing with Disappointment

    I had a therapy session with myself about some disappointment I have been experiencing as it pertains to other people. I am letting you in on my processing!


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    • 15 min
    #81 God Goes Before You - Getting Over Neophobia

    #81 God Goes Before You - Getting Over Neophobia

    #81 God Goes Before You - Getting Over Neophobia

    Get over the fear of trying something new! In this episode, I’m going to share the key to fighting neophobia! Try something new! Launch a business. Go on a date! Trust God with your next. He will cover you! Listen to learn more!

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As a Young Christian man, I love the way Seasoned with Salt talks about current things I need to hear in my life . Whether it’s: Mastering Mondays, You can compete, or Exposing the culture of shame, these pods speak to me and what I’m going thru as a young Black Christian millennial . It’s Christianity for where I’m at. Thank you for this ministry. It is much appreciated.

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