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Do you believe in your unique abilities? Women and Men 40+, are you stuck? Do you want to get UnStuck. This lively podcast will invite you to consider and explore wasys to get UnStuck and Stop Depriving The World of You. People under 40, you are also invited to listen. Why? You may know someone 40+ who is stuck, and, you might want to gather some information because eventually, and hopefully, you will turn 40.

Do you believe in your unique abilities? Women and Men 40+, are you stuck? Do you want to get UnStuck. This lively podcast will invite you to consider and explore wasys to get UnStuck and Stop Depriving The World of You. People under 40, you are also invited to listen. Why? You may know someone 40+ who is stuck, and, you might want to gather some information because eventually, and hopefully, you will turn 40.

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Do you believe in your unique abilities? Women and Men 40+, are you stuck? Do you want to get UnStuck. This lively podcast will invite you to consider and explore wasys to get UnStuck and Stop Depriving The World of You. People under 40, you are also invited to listen. Why? You may know someone 40+ who is stuck, and, you might want to gather some information because eventually, and hopefully, you will turn 40.

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English

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Episodes

Naomi Judd, Teen Suicide, Something Borrowed, The Conversation

5/16/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Naomi Judd’s suicide. The increase in Teen Suicide among girls. Borrowing may be legal but not always right. Choosing where to have conversations. Key Takeaways: Naomi Judd’s past childhood sexual abuse could have contributed. The challenges for teens and their parents in this day and age. Borrowing ideas or taking from others may be legal, but… Choosing to decrease participation in certain activities can bring a level of...

Duration:00:37:48

Naomi Judd, Merit, Elon Musk, and Writing

5/3/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Naomi Judd’s struggles with mental illness. Merit matters. Elon Musk upended Twitter. Writing inspires. Key Takeaways: I recorded this before the confirmation that Naomi Judd committed suicide. Across all populations, merit supercedes all. In a titter over Twitter, get over it. Sit in front of a blank page or blank screen and watch what happens. You can watch the accompanying video on ...

Duration:00:40:57

Constructive Criticism, Professional Courtesy, Obesity, and The Stick Shift

4/11/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Issues of constructive criticism in the era of the internet. How far should professional courtesy expand? Remember the Stick Shift. Key Takeaways: Be selective in what you post in the public domain. Some people believe in being thoughtful about using another’s ideas. Others do not. The Stick Shift is now a dinosaur in the U.S.A. You can watch the accompanying video on ...

Duration:00:29:35

Pam and Tommy, The Outlander, and Health

3/23/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Pam Anderson and what she endured. The themes from the Outlander. Health and gratitude for good care. Key Takeaways: Events in childhood impacted Pamela Anderson. The Outlander is masterful storytelling that does a fine job of depicting history, intrigue, and many other things including PTSD. The gift of health and superb healthcare cannot be overstated. You can watch the accompanying video on ...

Duration:00:24:15

Something Incredible Is Happening

3/17/2022
Here is my 7-8 minute take on something incredible happening. It is within you and open for discovery. You can watch the accompanying video on www.youtube.com/c/GetUnstuckTodayWithDarleneCorbett

Duration:00:08:13

Practice Makes Permanent - 5 Minute Take

3/16/2022
Today is the beginning of my very short takes in between longer podcasts. I will briefly discuss ideas or quotes. Today, I discuss something brought to my attention by a lovely client who is learning a new skill. They told me their instructor reminded him that it is not that practice makes perfect but makes permanent. It resonated with me. As I explain today, it should be embraced by everyone.

Duration:00:04:45

Relationships and Dating, Short Engagements, and Ice Breakers

3/14/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Relationships and dating especially at a certain age. Short engagements. Ice Breakers Key Takeaways: The importance of beginning a relationship is to be clear with yourself your wants and needs in a relationship. Short engagements can often bring long, fulfilling relationships. Many people do not know what to talk about at a gathering. Today, I share a fun icebreaker that can include everyone. You can watch the accompanying video...

Duration:00:18:58

Katie Myer, Collateral Beauty, and Foundations

3/7/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: The suicide of Katie Myer. Looking for collateral beauty. The foundation of marriage. Key Takeaways: Suicide is all around us, even among those who seem to have everything. Life is a difficult trajectory so we must look for the light which is often over a bleak horizon. Marriage is a stable force for the family and must remain so. You can watch the accompanying video on ...

Duration:00:23:33

Gentlemen in Context, The Snow Princess, St. Valentine's Day

2/11/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Judging people in the context of their time and place in history. A beautiful and gifted young woman making a Faustian bargain? St. Valentine’s Day and the power of love. Key Takeaways: For those who are harsh judges of our founding fathers, I invite you to consider my point of view. The Snow Princess has been lured by riches beyond her wildest dreams, but at what price? Whether or not Valentine is a legend, what a beautiful one it...

Duration:00:25:38

Cheslie Kryst, Stephanie Mann, Blue-Skinned People

2/2/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: The death of Cheslie Kryst, the fabulous Stephanie Mann, and Blue-Skinned People. Key Takeaways: What makes someone who seems to have everything take their life? Discussion focuses on the recent suicide of Cheslie Kryst. Who says it is over after age fifty, sixty, or seventy? The fabulous Stephanie Mann and her organization, Safe Kids Now, are spotlighted in today’s episode. Did you know that generations of Blue-Skinned people lived in...

Duration:00:22:43

Updates, A Scourge, Gratitude, & Terry Teachout

1/28/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: A Few Updates, A ScourgeGratitude, and Terry Teachout. Key Takeaways: Continuing my Spanish lessons with Babbel & Latinele - Spanish Speaking for Beginners and writing less on Medium. AntiSemitism is a scourge. Without the United States and Israel, so goes western civilization. Gratitude is important especially for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Terry Teachout, a reviewer for the WSJ, recently passed away. Although he reached...

Duration:00:21:52

The Words, Unity - Project H.O.O.D., and Robert Holland Jr.

1/13/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: More on plagiarism, the importance of united we stand, and amazing examples of a life well-lived with lessons for all of us. Key Takeaways: The Words - a movie that demonstrates the pain of taking from others. The country is divided and should work together toward a common goal such as helping others regardless of skin color. Project H.O.O.D. and ColorUsUnited are two worthy nonprofits to explore. Robert Holland, Jr. dealt with many...

Duration:00:22:54

Return, Creative Spark, and Authenticity

1/5/2022
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Her return and changes. New projects that involve creativity. Articles: Medium - https://medium.com/@darleneGetUnstuck BizCatalyst360 - https://www.bizcatalyst360.com/author/darlenecorbett/ The lack of authenticity in areas you would not suspect. Key Takeaways: Darlene is letting go of some things while embracing others. Encouraging everyone to tap into their undiscovered talents. Recognize that being elevated does not necessarily...

Duration:00:25:10

Boundaries, A Celebatory Anniversary, and Optimism

7/29/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: The importance of boundaries, celebrating freedom, and the importance of optimism. Key Takeaways: Boundaries have become increasingly fluid, and this is a disservice to children. No matter the flaws, our 245th anniversary reminds us of the importance of freedom. Research studies remind us that optimism helps us in overcoming hopelessness. Connect with Darlene Corbett: Website: DarleneCorbett.com Book: Stop Depriving the World of...

Duration:00:31:40

Eating Disorders, Youthful Thinking, Ominous Anniversary

7/7/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Eating disorders are on the rise. How we think is everything. An anniversary that does not call for celebration. Key Takeaways: When people think of eating disorders, they view it as an adolescent or young adult phenomenon. It often returns or expands to older adults. Youthful thinking can be a buffer as evident in a new study. Some anniversarys are not so celebratory. Sadly, some people are buying into an ideology that breeds...

Duration:00:33:39

Unsung Heroes: To “ Serve With Love” and Jan Ernst Matzeliger

5/11/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: Darlene talks about “serving with love” as she shares a story about a remarkable family. Also, she talks about Jan Ernst Matzeliger, a brilliant and courageous man. Key Takeaways: The power of serving with love has no bounds no matter someone’s limitations. We must not shun those who are imperfect according to present-day norms. People’s ability to overcome adversity is exemplified in the story of Jan Ernst Matzeliger. Everytime you...

Duration:00:26:37

The Possibilities

4/6/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: It has been awhile since Darlene recorded a podcast. Listen to how this might change. Key Takeaways: Darlene discusses how believing in the possibilities should remain a goal of ours throughout our lifetime. Connect with Darlene Corbett: Website: DarleneCorbett.com Book: Stop Depriving the World of You: A Guide for Getting Unstuck Please visit my website, sign up for my newsletter and receive the first few chapters of my book,...

Duration:00:26:58

Female Friendships, Harriet Tubman, and St. Christina

2/16/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: A couple of Netflix shows, female friendships, Harriet Tubman, and St. Christina. Key Takeaways: Netflix has some interesting shows. Female friendships are different then men’s. Harriet Tubman was extremely courageous and deserves to be on the twenty-dollar bill. St. Christina was also most valiant and most inspirational to many Christians. Connect with Darlene Corbett: Website: DarleneCorbett.com Book: Stop Depriving the World...

Duration:00:28:05

Fake Commute, Taking Lemons&Making Lemonade, Leaving Facebook

1/27/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: The Fake Commute and how it has become popular. Taking Lemons and Making Lemonade. Leaving Facebook. Key Takeaways: Even a taxing commute may be welcome during these trying times. What to do? Create your own. Sometimes we create our own obstacles and when disappointed, look for the lessons. Facebook has many worthy attributes, but the host explains her reason for departing for now. Connect with Darlene Corbett: Website:...

Duration:00:25:17

Future Work Choices, More Benefits of Exercise, Goats, and Dogs

1/14/2021
In This Episode, Darlene discusses the following: The change in work settings with more people being remote. More benefits are increasing with regards to exercise. Goats can weed. Dogs continue to amaze us. Key Takeaways: Many consumer goods and services are preparing their products for the homebound worker as the hybrid model is here to stay. The brain has resident immune cells, which greatly benefit from exercise. Goats can be weed as well as experience attachments. Dogs continue...

Duration:00:30:19