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The Mindful Kind, hosted by Rachael Kable, shares exciting insights into mindfulness journeys and provides listeners with simple and effective practices to incorporate into their own lives.
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Now displaying: October, 2019
Oct 31, 2019

Hello and welcome to this special celebration episode of The Mindful Kind podcast! 

Four years ago, I started this beautiful podcasting project and I'm so excited to be celebrating episode 200 with all of my wonderful listeners.

In this episode, you'll hear about some of my favourite episodes and what was happening behind-the-scenes. You'll also discover some of my community's favourite episodes and the top tips from those episodes.

Plus, you'll hear our brand new introduction! Thank you so much to my wonderful partner, Dec, for his hard work on the previous introduction we created four years ago and this beautiful new version.

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 

Oct 24, 2019

Hello and welcome to episode 199 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

We're often taught to fear failure, which can result in feelings of frustration, shame, anger, guilt and disappointment. While experiencing failure isn't usually the most enjoyable thing in the world, there are some real upsides to it! 

In this episode, you'll discover why I think failure is really important and three tips to help you find the positive sides to failures and mistakes. 

Tip 1: Look for the lesson in every single failure. Pretend you have your own podcast in which you share failures and what you learned from them in order to help other people!

Tip 2: Talk about the failure in an honest and light-hearted way. 

Tip 3: Remember that everyone fails. Some of the most influential people in the world have failed in spectacular ways and used those failures as motivation to grow. 

Thank you so much for Blinkist for supporting this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast. Head over to www.blinkist.com/themindfulkind to start your free 7-day trial and be sure to check out How to Fail by Elizabeth Day and The Gift of Failure by Jessica Lahey.

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.  

Oct 17, 2019

Hello and welcome to episode 198 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

In this episode, you'll learn about being vulnerable and going outside your comfort zone, developing new friendships, setting helpful boundaries and nurturing the friendships which are most important to you. 

Here are the tips covered in this episode:

  • Tip 1 is to meet new people by going out of your comfort zone and doing things where you'll meet like-minded people
  • Tip 2 is to let go of friendships that don't resonate with you or set boundaries so you can spend time with people who appreciate you
  • Tip 3 is to nurture the friendships which are important to you
  • Tip 4 is to regularly engage in mindful conversations.

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 

Oct 9, 2019

Hello and welcome to episode 197 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

In this episode, you'll hear all about the concept of love languages, developed by Dr Gary Chapman. 

You'll find out more about each love language, including physical touch, quality time, acts of service, gift giving and words of affirmation (plus, you'll discover my own love language!). 

I've also answered some important questions about love languages, including:

  • Can you have more than one love language?
  • What happens if your partner has a different love language from you?
  • How can you get better at using love languages to your advantage?

Thank you so much to Blinkist for supporting this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast. Blinkist is a brilliant app which shares the key highlights from thousands of non-fiction books so you can read them (or listen to them) in around 15 minutes!

Head to www.blinkist.com/themindfulkind for a free 7-Day trial. Be sure to check out The 5 Love Languages by Dr Gary Chapman, The Miracle Equation by Hal Elrod and Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman. 

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.

Oct 3, 2019

Hello and welcome to episode 196 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

I recently received an insightful email from the lovely Lauren, who was curious to know my thoughts on self-care versus making excuses. 

In this episode, you'll discover three helpful ideas for engaging in self-care in meaningful and effective ways - without self-sabotage or using self-care as an excuse.

  • Decide what self-care really means to you and use this to navigate your self-care practices
  • Become more aware of all-or-nothing cognitive distortions (which you can learn more about on episode 182 of The Mindful Kind podcast called Cognitive Distortions)
  • Remember that sometimes, self-care can actually be difficult. It can involve choosing to do something good for yourself (or your future self) even when you may not necessarily feel like it. You can learn more about this in my book, The Mindful Kind: https://www.rachaelkable.com/themindfulkindbook

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 

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