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The Brain Coach podcast is hosted by executive function expert and 'Brain Coach' Mary Turos. Take a deep dive into executive functions and simple strategies based in neuroscience to overcome obstacles and achieve personal progress. Each episode provides insights from a community of educators, researchers, therapists, clinicians, family members to support a healthy brain.
 
Thin Brain Training with Coach Carlene Podcasts is based on Carlene's 15+ years of working with obese women to help them not just lose weight but to keep that weight off. It doesn't matter what diet you use or how fast you want to lose weight, what matters is the mental changes you make to break embedded dieting patterns. What good is it to lose all that weight only to gain it back because once you're at goal you return to the eating habits that made you gain weight in the first place?
 
Can setbacks fuel future success? When I coach entrepreneurs, I tell them, "Fail forward and fail fast, and every day will be a school day." What that means is that there is always a lesson to be had and failure is one of our greatest teachers. Approach every day as a school day. In this podcast,​ I will do my best to share with you my failures, business and personal, and all the lessons learned so that hopefully you don't have to repeat those same mistakes.
 
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Today's guest Jori Eidem, a physician assistant from Rochester, MN, discusses her family's personal journey navigating a serious and life-threatening condition called Metachromatic leukodystrophy or MLD. Jori shares the story of her niece Amelia, an 8-year-old who played soccer, dressed up as a princess, and collected unicorns. Amelia was bright, f…
 
Meet Mia, our “mom extraordinaire.” Mia shares her experiences successfully parenting a child with learning disabilities. Mia beautifully tells her story of navigating the challenges of school, homeschooling, medication, and social pressures. The conversation touches on fears parents face when first dealing with a diagnosis, how to stay calm while …
 
As a high school educator, Eric Robinson helps students navigate language-based learning disabilities and language processing issues. Eric wears many hats at The Highlands School in Bel Air, Maryland, as an English and woodworking teacher, co-manager of the drama department, and Upper School Coordinator. Eric also serves as adjunct professor of rea…
 
In today's episode, Brain Coach Mary Turos answers the 13 most common questions she gets from parents of teens and young children. Mary's offers insights into children's behaviors and simple techniques to help parents. The 13 questions follow: 1) Should I reward my kids for good grades or for turning assignments in on time? 2) Will having a disabil…
 
Mary speaks with Mark Feiring, executive director of the Maryland Book Bank. Based in Baltimore, this nonprofit organization is committed to cultivating literacy in children from under-resourced neighborhoods. The Maryland Book Bank distributes books locally through programs including: The Maryland Book Bank Ravens Bookmobile: in partnership with t…
 
Licensed professional counselor Michelle Foote, MS, LPC, joins Mary on today’s episode of The Brain Coach podcast. Michelle shares her perspective on supporting a healthy brain through her work as a professional counselor and why she’s passionate about lifelong learning. Michelle helps clients move through issues using talk therapy and uncovering u…
 
Retired independent schoolteacher Jennie Iglehart shares her experiences and learnings from a 34-year career in education. An elementary school teacher, Jennie taught hundreds of Baltimore-area students in 4th and 5th grades. She shares the roundabout way she found education after an early career as an ICU nurse. Mary and Jennie discuss current tre…
 
In today's episode of The Brain Coach, Mary speaks with mindfulness expert Shamena Maharaj. Shamena is an award-winning human resources professional, education scholar, philanthropist, author, and mother of two daughters. Shamena and Mary discuss mindfulness, how it helps us in the day-to-day and supports recovery from stress. Shamena shares simple…
 
Keri Leach, health and fitness coach and owner of Mint Condition Fitness in Westerville, Ohio, joins Mary to talk about incorporating mindfulness and joy into fitness and nutrition. In today's episode, Keri discusses why motivation alone isn't enough to create a healthy lifestyle and the "five whys" to ask yourself when committing to a health and f…
 
Today The Brain Coach welcomes Laura Schmid, ATR-BC, LPC, a board certified art therapist and licensed counselor in the St. Louis, MO area. Mary and Laura discuss art therapy and how the incorporation of visual arts into traditional counseling can promote positive change in peoples' lives. Laura shares why everyone can benefit from art therapy, reg…
 
In today's episode, Mary speaks with New Jersey-based education consultant and K-16 expert, Lew Goldstein. Mary discusses how Lew's wide-range of professional experiences - journalist, teacher, college educator, and public administrator - led him to a 19-year career as assistant superintendent of the Princeton, NJ school district. Lew discusses the…
 
What parents need to know to advocate for their child. In today's podcast, Mary talks with special education advocate Leah Roberts from LMR Educational Consulting. Leah is an educational consultant who helps parents of special needs children work with their child's school to secure support services. She helps parents understand the steps to get eva…
 
Mary Turos is an executive function expert known as "The Brain Coach." Working from her Maryland headquarters, Mary coaches children and adults facing executive function issues. In this first episode of the The Brain Coach, we interview Mary who explains this field of work, and how she helps clients set and achieve goals that help bring harmony to …
 
Welcome to The Brain Coach podcast! I'm your host, Mary Turos. I've had a fun, sometimes frustrating, but always fascinating journey to become 'The Brain Coach'. I started my career as a public school teacher in Maryland and loved helping kids with challenges and learning difficulties. Living in the heart of Maryland academia, I have the unique opp…
 
Can diet and exercise alone solve all your woes. Probably not but they can help. In this podcast, Carlene shares an email she received from a mental-health group that espouses all Carlene has been telling people for years. And it is researched based. Fruits, veggies (especially greens), walking and gratitude have all been shown to increase wellbein…
 
Has Life Treated You Unfairly? Do you believe if only your circumstances had been as good as others you’d do better? Do you blame the universe, your upbringing, your social status for your weight? Well, yes, life can be very unfair. But, so what. It’s the life we have and it’s our responsibility to make the best of it. Do not let the unfairness of …
 
Are you embarrassed to tell people you’re dieting yet again? Do you prefer to struggle alone rather than have loved ones roll their eyes at your new dieting plans? Get over it! Proper support from family, friends, and true peers is vital for success. Let Carlene explain how to go about getting that support, who to ask, and how to ask for it. Suppor…
 
Do you find yourself finding ways to break your diet and it feels almost intentional? Often it is. No one wants to diet. It's easier to quit than to try and then fail. But we don't have to fail. If we understand our motives and we learn to recognize them, we can circumvent them and find success. Listen to Carlene talk about all the ways we sabotage…
 
Are you waiting for that epiphany or aha moment for change to just automatically happen? What if instead you just consistently did what you’re convinced is the right diet and exercise program for you and let it seep into your soul. To become part of your current life without always fighting and struggling. Dieting is a mind game. Listen and maybe y…
 
So you found your perfect diet and exercise plan. It works. Now you those guidelines are blurring and you’re pushing the edges to see what you can get away with. Stop! The only one you’re rebelling against is yourself. Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/support-coach-carlenes-podcast-show/)…
 
You may think being perfect is a quality to strive for You would be wrong Perfectionism is a lie It is an excuse to quit things that are hard It is an excuse to not give your best You will never reach your weight loss goals if don’t learn it’s okay to be imperfect Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/support-coach-carlenes-podcast-sh…
 
It takes the 3 Ps to succeed at weight loss: Patience to give your body time to lose the weight. Perseverance to stay strong long enough to get to goal. Practice behaviors you need to change. None of this happens overnight. Practice the 3 Ps if you truly want to change and learn to live fit and healthy for life. Support the show (https://www.thinbr…
 
Is your body not fit enough to start an exercise program? Does your mindset tell you it will never happen? Listen to Carlene tell you stories of how some have gone from multiple 2 minute walks a day to finishing a 10K in just 4 short months. It takes determination and practice. Our bodies want movement. Now to convince our minds. Support the show (…
 
Before any weight loss journey is started, it is so important that you take the time to research the best diet for sustainability based on your food choices and dieting personality. Basically, you need to sit with pen and paper, or whatever device you use to take notes and go through your dieting history. If you don't then your next diet will turn …
 
Rock Bottom. We've all been there before, especially with dieting. Don't despair. As far as dieting is concerned it is the best starting point. It's a time to figure out what is most important and then go do it. No looking back. You've been at the darkest, now it's time to leave all that behind. Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/s…
 
We all have our favorite excuses to get away with breaking our diet and exercise plan. We store them and have them handy. It's time to clean out that Excuse Cupboard and start making new habits that work. Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/support-coach-carlenes-podcast-show/)Par Carlene Jones
 
Before you start any weight loss program, you need to be ready. This series is about getting your mind and body prepped for a successful weight loss journey. Qhzfx2Jq2tdzfSWE4osr Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/support-coach-carlenes-podcast-show/)Par Carlene Jones
 
You did it! By today that bear should have hightailed it. But beware, there will be times he comes back to check up and see if anything is hanging around that he can glom onto. Are you feeling free today? Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.com/support-coach-carlenes-podcast-show/)Par Carlene Jones
 
How are you doing? Did you fight off those cravings from Day 1? Are you ready for another day of fighting through? Were you surprised you could fight through a whole day of cravings without giving in? I know it’s hard, but trust me, it’s worth it. This workshop doesn’t work through the reasons cravings come, it’s all about the fight, the struggle, …
 
By being here today, you are saying you want to fight through your cravings, to beat them. Plan on coming here often throughout your weight loss journey. Cravings come and cravings go, but every time we give into them, they learn how to defeat us. The only way to beat them is to fight them and win. Support the show (https://www.thinbraintraining.co…
 
Today, we all seem to feel we need to accomplish so much. We need to take care of the world and we need to be the best at everything. If you were to write down your goals today it would become a list, a long list probably. But if I asked you to write down by each goal the last time you worked on reaching that goal, many of those dates would include…
 
Once you figure out what you want, it's time to decipher how to get there. I like reverse engineering. I know where the end goal is, now what are all the things I need to learn and do to get there. This podcast is about reverse engineering. I do it for you with my want of building a 13-foot troll. There are so many things I have to learn or perfect…
 
Procrastination is the greatest foil to our dreams or is it the favorite excuse to not go after our dreams. When you want something you have to work for it. You have to work hard for it. That means every day that want needs to be part of your day either actively pursuing it with work and effort, learning more about it, or finding the people you nee…
 
As a Sales Operations Specialist, Ryan has worked on 4 continents in 8 countries helping thousands of companies grow sales by building and fixing broken selling systems, leaders, and culture. As a lifelong student of sales, Ryan is always learning from the wide variety of industries he works with to integrate best practices into his custom solution…
 
Tameera Corporal is a full-stack web developer, corporate trainer, author, and digital consultant. She spent 15 ½ years in corporate saving companies as an analyst, senior accountant, and tax preparer. Tameera also earned her MBA and PMP before she left corporate for good to build her own business. Currently, Tameera is the founder and lead develop…
 
Quin Amorim is an online entrepreneur, who started with dropshipping back in 1997, and has now evolved to private label brands and selling professionally online using Amazon FBA and Shopify eCommerce stores. He is also a team member at TED, and Mozilla/Firefox, Quin translates Ted talks and subtitles Ted and Mozilla videos from English to Portugues…
 
Back in May of 2012 Jeraud Norman and his son got hit by an 18 wheeler truck. This personal tragedy triggered an avalanche of events; he lost his job, his house was foreclosed, and he ended up in mounds of debt. At this point in his life, he was a single dad for the past year and a half, adopted his nephew, filed for full custody of his son, and wo…
 
Agnes moved to Amsterdam and started a job as a corporate recruiter for a Dutch recruitment company, where she had to hire other recruiters for their offices in Germany. In that role, she was micromanaged, and she was basically sitting on LinkedIn the entire day, approaching possible candidates. At that time, she felt very stuck and hopeless, so sh…
 
A couple of years ago, Heather decided she wanted to share stories. She is drawn to the topic of "impact," and she loves studying the change-makers of the world. The more she learned about leaders throughout history, the more convinced she became that some of the greatest influencers were those who were "unconventional." She hopes to share these st…
 
Dominick Domasky is an inspirational author, YouTube host, sales expert, and the founder of the inspiration sharing and publishing platform Motivation Champs. Dominick is the author of the inspirational books, The Journey of a Grunt and Don’t Double Bread the Fish, and creator and co-author of the hit books The Unofficial Guide to Fatherhood and Go…
 
Tom Brush is a nonprofit consultant/coach who partners with nonprofit leaders and organizations to design strategies to further engagement with their constituencies, effectively manage volunteers and boards, increase donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations, and creatively steward donors. After spending nearly 25 years working in d…
 
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