Bill Cosby was convicted on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Julio gives his opinion on what comes next and discusses how he would plan for and prepare the Cosby family for what is coming if they were his client.
Fear, in a survival situation, can be a useful tool. When it comes to our future successes though, it can hold us back. Understanding your worth and worthiness can mitigate that fear enough to allow us to push passed it and achieve our own definition of success in life.
We all have different strengths and weaknesses that we need to work with in order to acheive success. In this episode, Julio discussess how to find your own definition of success and tips to help you get there. He uses a real life example of someone who is "stuck" and is struggling to move forward in his own journey.
Do you have a short to mid-term plan? After a crisis, it is important for you to understand that your life has changed...in many cases dramatically. In this episode, Julio discusses the importance of developing a 3 to 5 year plan and gives a few tips on what to consider.
L.E.O.s are a vital part of our society that maintain peace and order. The majority who choose this profession are honest and hardworking, but, occasionally there is a bad seed and a L.E.O. will be arrested...what happens then? In this episode, Julio discusses what happens to officers or officer's family members in jail and prison.
We all agree that addiction is a terrible affliction. At what point does labeling it a disease stop being beneficial and start creating a crutch for people to justify continued bad acts? In this episode, Julio discusses this and the added factor of conscious choice.
Sometimes, relationships end. This is especially true in times of Personal Crisis. In this episode, Julio discusses the importance of evaluating your relationship because some are just too toxic. The importance of accepting it's over and keeping it civil (especially if there are children involved). Finally, taking advice with a grain of salt...not all advice comes from a good place and ulterior motives can make things a lot worse if you choose to listen to the wrong person.
Think tough love is the solution? A time in prison will straighten out your addicted loved one? In this episode Julio will discuss the realitry of Drugs in the Prison system and how misguided approaches to tough love can have a severe impact.
When we were young, they took care of us. Are you making sure to take care of them during your Personal Crisis? In this espisode, Julio discusses senior care options and why it is important to work solutions into your Crisis Planning.
Prison is a bleak and dangerous environment, but it also offers many lessons that can be applied in everyday life. Today, Julio talks about 5 of those lessons he considers most important that everyone could benefit from applying in their own lives.
After a crisis we need to rebuild. Many times this process could lead to feelings of falling behind in life, compared to our peers. In this episode, Julio discusses the dangers of trying to play catch-up instead of focusing on your own progress and gives tips to help get where you want to be in life.
When re-entering the workforce after a period of incarceration, a lot of bad information and misconceptions are shared. In this episode, Julio discusses the top myths that people believe about looking for work during the re-entry process.
There is a difference between giving support and being supportive during times of Personal Crisis and the rebuilding period that follows. Support can be positive and help this growth, but when that support comes with negative undertones, it can be very damaging to the person on the receiving end.
Holding ourselves accountable and taking responsibility for the parts we play in our own misfortune is one of the hardest things to do, In this episode Julio Briones, your host, talks about how taking responsibility is a major step in healing and growing from Personal Crisis.
In today's age, everything is disposable...even people. Julio Briones discusses how not having a proper (and properly educated) support system can send someone back to destructive behaviors and leave them feeling they don't belong nor deserve a better life.
Personal Crises can affect many aspects of your life, including work performance and relationships. Listen to learn how understanding the big picture as part of the planning process could help you manage stress and keep it all together.
Going through a Personal Crisis is terrible and can be very stressful. Julio discusses these 7 tips to ease the frustration and stress: 1. Get organized 2. Create a plan 3. Accept it 4. Get help 5. Evaluate and adjust 6. Prioritize and execute 7. Relax and be grateful