Podcast by Penzu
The Penzu Podcast: Journaling to Shed Emotional Weight with Laura Coe
Freeing up emotional burdens is one of the most tangible rewards of consistent journal-keeping. In this episode of the Penzu Podcast, Nathan Ohren shares a few examples from his own life about emotional weights that kept him from experiencing fulfillment and joy. He interviews Laura Coe, author of Emotional Obesity, for more techniques on emotional finesst.
If you are curious to “step on the emotional scale” and learn how to identify pesky, negative self-talk that creeps into your diet as conveniently as junk food, then you’ll enjoy this conversation. And don’t miss this month’s Penzu Journaling Tip, too!
The Penzu Podcast: Writing and success with Jack Canfield, the author of Chicken Soup for the Soul
Meet Jack Canfield, one of America’s top executive success coaches, best-selling author, keynote speaker, and originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series.
In this interview, host Nathan Ohren shares memory of working with Jack on a project called The Soul of Success, and asks Jack for his own journaling tips. Jack shares inspiring stories about how writing has been instrumental in his own personal development.
The Penzu Podcast: The Five-Minute Journal with UJ Ramdas
There are as many reasons to keep a journal-writing habit as there are people who do it. Rarely mentioned reasons are time-management and productivity.
In this episode, Nathan Ohren interviews UJ Ramdas, the co-founder of Intelligent Change, and co-author of the widely referenced Five Minute Journal, With a passion for combining principles of psychology with business success, UJ creates tools that help people with productivity, self-awareness and time management. Nathan and UJ discuss why journal-writing is like a “toothbrush for the mind,” and also take a sneak-preview at UJ’s newly-released product, the Productivity Planner, which he designed to help people implement a proven method for organizing tasks and staying focused on the ones which are most critical to long-term happiness.
The Penzu Podcast: Therapeutic Writing with Kathleen Adams
In this episode, you’ll enjoy more digital journaling tips from our host, Nathan Ohren, and some timely announcements from our special guest, Kathleen Adams, founder of the Center for Journal Therapy. Nathan and Kay discuss the results of a worldwide 30-Day Digital Journaling Challenge, which is still in-progress and proudly sponsored by Penzu. Plus, you’ll receive your special invitation to the 2016 Journal Conference coming up in May. Don’t forget to join our Facebook community for additional tips, prompts, announcements, and conversation about journaling!
The Penzu Podcast: The Healing Power of Writing with Susan Borkin
Join Nathan Ohren for a conversation with Susan Borkin, a vibrant, engaging pioneer of therapeutic writing who continues making a difference for people across the globe.
Psychotherapist and author of When Your Heart Speaks, Take Good Notes, and Writing From The Inside Out, Susan describes many ways that journal-keeping and psychotherapy have walked hand-in-hand, helping decades of people attain self-directed healing and personal growth. She shares a unique journal-writing exercise that she offers her clients to reduce anxiety and manage unrealistic fears.
Susan’s newest book, The Healing Power of Writing: A Therapist’s Guide to Using Journaling With Clients, contains a practical collection of exercises for anyone interested in personal transformation.
Listen to this episode for another digital journaling tip from Nathan, and details on receiving a copy of Susan Borkin’s book When Your Heart Speaks, Take Good Notes absolutely free.
The Penzu Podcast: The Miracle Morning with Hal Elrod
If you haven’t already heard the story of Hal Elrod’s remarkable physical and emotional recovery from what was considered a fatal car accident, you can listen to it here. In this episode of the Penzu Podcast, Nathan Ohren interviews Hal, focusing on the six habits he cultivated to redefine himself and his career. (Yep, it does include journal-writing!) Hal shares his best-selling book, The Miracle Morning, and discusses how you can develop a life-changing morning routine, even if you are not a “morning person.”