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Serial entrepreneur, business coach and bestselling author, Chris Ducker brings you his own take on what it means to be a profitable personal brand entrepreneur in the 21st century. Covering everything from building the foundations of a powerful personal brand, to creating and launching online products and services to marketing yourself as the go-to leader and monetize your expertise, the Youpreneur Podcast just became your new favourite business podcast!
 
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In the second episode, Sean McGrath helps us to make a necessary distinction between naive versus mature secularism. He describes what happens to religion in the secular age and how belief has turned into a consumer product. McGrath goes on to describe how Christianity in instances has become an absolute reversal of itself, the antichrist, and has …
 
As we near the end of the year, a lot of people may begin to feel slumped and overwhelmed with the amount of work they need to get done before the year is finished. However, it’s important to remind yourself that taking time off from work can do wonders for you as a business owner! YOUR PERSONAL INVITE: I’m hosting my FREE Profitable Personal Brand…
 
Benedict was not the first monk to compose a rule for living in community — but he's certainly the most influential. He wrote the Rule that the Emperor Charlemagne would propose as guidebook for all monks in the West. Yet Benedict himself was self-effacing in the extreme, and he remains elusive for historians. Lately, he has emerged as a patron and…
 
For the coming four Sundays of Advent ‘Psychology & The Cross’ will take a break and give room for a new podcast series that we named 'Secular Christ'. www. secularchrist.com The spark for this initiative came from a conversation I had in episode 3 with Theology & Philosophy professor and former monk Sean J McGrath. In it, he spoke of the limits of…
 
Join Creative Director David Leopold and Archives Manager Katherine Eastman as they tour the newest online exhibition “Hirschfeld’s New Season”. Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here. _________________________ Visit our website Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram…
 
Jung's description of his schoolboy vision of God landing an enormous turd on the Basel Cathedral. The excerpts are from the biography 'Memories, dreams and reflections'. For the full text and Jung's own interpretation of this event, download the biography on this link.
 
“We can not have a world of individuated individuals without having also a developed and individuated community. That is where I think Christianity has a lot to teach everybody, including Jungians.” Episode description: David Tacey is a Jungian scholar and interdisciplinary researcher whose teaching and writing encompasses the areas of psychoanalys…
 
Forget the shamrocks. Pour the green beer down the sink, and drive the snakes from the Emerald Isle of your imagination. Listen up and encounter the real St. Patrick, author of two passionate, fascinating Christian works—deserving of a place with the Church Fathers. Patrick arrived in pagan Ireland in the fifth century, first as a slave and then as…
 
It can be hard to get your message out there into the world and seen by your ideal clients. However, all it can take is stepping out of your comfort zone and making use of the connections you have already. QUICK REMINDER: Applications are now OPEN for Chris’ Round Table 2022 Mastermind! If you’re interested in being coached by Chris, other experts …
 
An audio clip from John Freeman's 'Face to Face' (BBC) interview at Jung's house at Küsnach, in March 1959. It was broadcast in Great Britain on October 22, 1959. Watch the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AMu-G51yTY
 
Peter Chrysologus is known as the “Doctor of Homilies,” and he always preached with brevity. Every word was golden. He was archbishop of Ravenna during that city's brief term as capital of the Western empire. His sermons rang like poems, rich with biblical insight and glimpses of ordinary life in a fifth-century urban center. LINKS Peter Chrysologu…
 
Everyone’s journey is different, however what we learn from other people and their experiences can have a significant impact on our own journeys and growth as business owners. QUICK REMINDER: Applications are now OPEN for Chris’ Round Table 2022 Mastermind! If you’re interested in being coached by Chris, other experts and masterminding throughout t…
 
Ever wondered what personal brand business owners struggle with the most? Identifying what they want to be known for. This one aspect is crucial for business success, and may be the missing piece to the puzzle for your growth, both as an entrepreneur and an individual. QUICK REMINDER: Doors will be opening for the Youpreneur Incubator 2022 Coaching…
 
Romanus the Melodist looms large from his lifetime in the sixth century. Today he is much sung and little known—at least with certainty. Beautiful legends have filled in the cracks of his biography. According to one, he was tone-deaf and non-musical when heaven granted him the gifts of composition and vocal performance. He went on to compose many v…
 
"What does it mean for Jung to be a Christian? Those symbols of the Christian church continued to matter for him deeply. The crucifixion remained a central image for his thinking, and the idea of resurrection, well, he reframed it in terms of winning through to a resurrected body when one is still alive. But that is the kind of language he would no…
 
If you have a product or service that you’re wanting to launch, or possibly relaunch, we’ve got you covered in this episode! Mr. Launch himself, Jeff Walker joins Chris to discuss the future of online launches! QUICK REMINDER: Applications are now OPEN for Chris’ Round Table 2022 Mastermind! If you’re interested in being coached by Chris, other exp…
 
Though prolific in his words and prodigious in his deeds, Leo was utterly self-effacing. Classically educated, he never quoted the classics. He preached with Gospel simplicity. He strove always to let Christ shine through his sermons and his letters. Yet he made history for three world-changing interventions. It was Leo who stopped Attila the Hun’s…
 
A letter from C.G Jung To Count Hermann Keyserling, 2 January 1928 Dear Count, Your return to yourself, enforced by illness, is on the right track and is something I have wished and expected for you. You identify with the eternally creative, restless, and ruthless god in yourself, therefore you see through everything personal— a tremendous fate whi…
 
All Christians respected the authority of Scripture, but already in the fifth century the Church was riven by conflicting interpretations of Scripture. A monk in Gaul, Vincent of Lerins, developed a formula to determine true doctrine from false. "All possible care must be taken," he said, "that we hold that faith which has been believed everywhere,…
 
In this bonus material to episode four of Psychology and the Cross, you get to hear the full dream of C.G Jung about how his dream-father leads him to the "highest presence". A dream that Jung made his own interpretation of but which has also been analyzed by other scholars such as Wolfgang Giegerich. The dream was first shared by Jung in the Aniel…
 
What do we do if God is dead? British scholar, Paul Bishop examines the links and relationships between Nietzsche's Zarathustra and C.G Jung's Red Book. Understanding Jung's visionary work as an anti-Zarathustra, replying to Nietzsche that, God is not dead, “Er ist lebendiger denn je.” He is more alive than ever. For transcriptions, extra material,…
 
"I’ve learned an awful lot from Jung. I feel I have an immense debt of gratitude to him, in that way, in that, if you read Jung, you’re really getting a little education in itself. What Jung is trying to do is to reinvest that notion of redemption with meaning. Not in a way that abandons its theological term, but to make it meaningful: an existenti…
 
Cyril's uncle was the notorious Theophilus, a ruthless and fiercely competitive churchman — and the old manhood handpicked his nephew to be his successor as bishop of Alexandria. Cyril learned from Theophilus how to orchestrate an international incident and carry it through to the victorious end. But he was very much his own man: a towering intelle…
 
"Islam basically is acceptance. And this acceptance is not exactly identical with the Christian faith. Islam has—this is what interests me very much—in the Islamic perception of the mystery, I would say it is more open to the mystery: that God can also destroy. There’s no happy end guaranteed.” Episode description: Bernard Sartorius is a Jungian An…
 
The great ascetic movement was in its first years of explosive growth when John Cassian journeyed from West to East. He visited the communities of monks and hermits in Palestine and Egypt. Though he sought a quiet life, he got caught up in international intrigue and adventure. In his later years he drew together the memories of his years in the des…
 
In this bonus episode originally from the Catholic Culture Podcast, CatholicCulture.org’s director of podcasts, Thomas V. Mirus, interviews voice actor James T. Majewski (Catholic Culture Audiobooks) and author Mike Aquilina (Way of the Fathers) about how they make their shows and the effect reading and studying the Church Fathers has had on them p…
 
Prudentius is the Latin poet most praised from the ancient Church. Phenomenally creative, he invented new poetic forms and genres—and established artistic standards that would hold through the Middle Ages. Scholars as varied as C.S. Lewis and Robert Wilken call him “the first Christian poet,” the first great representative of a real Christian liter…
 
In this extra material to the third episode of Psychology & The Cross, philosopher and theology professor Sean McGrath speak on how to advance the Jungian paradigm and what is needed to "dream the dream forward". McGrath also talks of how he thinks that Professor Sonu Shamdasani single-handedly made Jung academically respectful as well as in his be…
 
Join Creative Director David Leopold and Archives Manager Katherine Eastman as they tour the newest online exhibition “The Dog Show: Hounds by Hirschfeld”. They talk all things dogs and Hirschfeld with drawings ranging from 1924 to 2001. Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here. _________________________ Visit our website Like…
 
Paulinus was tagged as the most promising poet of his generation—by the most famous poet of the preceding generation. He was supposed to carry the torch forward for his art. And he did, but not in the way the old school had wanted or expected. Instead he fashioned a new esthetic for the empire, a deeply Christian appropriation of the old classical …
 
What are the obstacles when trying to bridge the psychology of C.G Jung and Christianity? The obstacle according to Philosopher Sean McGrath is 'psychological absolutism'. In this extra material from the third episode of the podcast 'Psychology & The Cross' Professor McGrath discusses the work of Wolfgang Giegerich, the limitations of psychology, a…
 
No sane person ever proposed John Chrysostom as a model of diplomacy. His name means "Golden Mouth" and reflects his eloquence. His words, however, proved his undoing when he chose to preach a word of criticism against the Empress Eudoxia. He soon found himself battling for his position as bishop and then for his life. LINKS Works by John Chrysosto…
 
When Erin King was doing keynote sessions on Digital Persuasion, she had dozens of women messaging her asking how they could become speakers, raise capital and grow successful businesses just like her. It then became clear there was a gap that needed to be filled to support entrepreneurial women with their aspirations. QUICK REMINDER: Doors to our …
 
"At the end of the day, psychological integration is not salvation. And I think that most people who have done the work will be ready enough to concede that. This is not the end of the road, it’s not salvation. What do we want? We don’t want just integrated individuals, but we want a redeemed order of being, we want justice on earth.” Episode descr…
 
Chrysostom means “golden mouth,” and only one man has credibly borne the title. John Chrysostom may have been the greatest pulpit preacher in Church history. In his lifetime he was also renowned for his asceticism and spiritual counsel In recent years, however, he’s been maligned — and mischaracterized — for his views on marriage and sex. Here we s…
 
Ever thought about selling your business? It’s a scary process! There are so many details that come into play, and if it’s a route you’re planning on taking in the future, it's vital that you know all of the facts in order to serve you in the best way possible. QUICK REMINDER: Doors to our Youpreneur Incubator Coaching & Mastermind are open! If you…
 
In this short segment, Amy Cook explains Kierkegaard and Jung's views on anxiety, despair and neurosis and the potential held in mental suffering. This is bonus material to an episode of the Psychology & The Cross podcast. For full episode, transcriptions and feedback visit: www.cross.center Subscribe on Youtube: https://bit.ly/3sXloJb…
 
When Augustine's story is told, it too often ends with his baptism. But the drama of his later years is no less moving. He was as introspective at the end as he had been in his Confessions decades before. He gave his life and work a thoroughgoing review, even as he produced what many consider his masterpiece. His City of God marked the close of an …
 
There’s no denying that content is still king. However, content marketing has changed a lot of the past couple of years, making it more important than ever to ensure that us entrepreneurs are up to date. In this episode, Chris invites the Godfather of Content Marketing, Joe Pulizzi back onto the show to discuss the updated version of Content Inc., …
 
My conversation with Amy Cook about Kierkegaard and Jung in the episode of Psychology & The Cross was so rich. I, therefore, decided to share some extra material highlighting specific topics discussed in her book, ‘Jung & Kierkegaard – Researching a kindred spirit in the shadows’. In this short segment, Amy explains both Kierkegaard and Jung's view…
 
The drama of Augustine’s life hardly ended with his baptism. The years that followed included his ordination-by-mob, an attempt on his life, and wars of words with at least four major heresies. His years were breathless adventure and busyness, and yet they yielded 44 volumes of work that continues to exercise a profound influence—no only on Christi…
 
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