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RAYMA Team, a division of Big Blue Couch Coaching, LLC Receives 2019 Best of Bismarck Award
Bismarck Award Program Honors the Achievement
BISMARCK October 15, 2019 -- RAYMA Team, a division of Big Blue Couch Coaching, LLC has been selected for the 2019 Best of Bismarck Award in the Life Coach category by the Bismarck Award Program.
Each year, the Bismarck Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Bismarck area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2019 Bismarck Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the...
I’m a geek when it comes to planning. Twenty some years ago my nickname became "Big Nerd" because of my love for all things planners and colored pens. It's still true to this day! I love to dream and plan – not only for my own life, but also for my business. Anyone else with me?
Well, today on the show Raychel and I chat a bit about 2020 Goal Planning. You’ll discover how you can join us over the next 8 weeks to end 2019 with appreciation for all that you’ve become and carve a new path for success in 2020.
Click the links below to listen to Episode 33 on your favorite platform:
Also, before you go, I have a question for you:
What was your vision for 2019?
If you took the time to write it down, you most likely experienced the reality of that vision. Writing down your vision gives you a road map for your life. Ancient wisdom says that a man without a vision will perish.
So let me ask you a few...
By Raychel Perman
Resilient people bounce back from adversity. They are self-aware. They practice acceptance. They are OK with not having all the answers and they take care of themselves. They are flexible and don’t let adversity keep them down for long.
Enter cognitive restructuring. It’s one way you can develop more resilience.
A very useful technique that identifies inaccurate negative thoughts and then challenge and change them. It’s a practice derived from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and it helps you reduce depression, stress, anxiety, and cope with difficult events.
To put it simply, you need to think about what your thinking about. And change the tape if it’s not accurate. Let’s talk about 3 common negative and...
Let’s think of this episode as a coaching session between you and I. I’m going to share with you a set of questions that can help get a grip on your stress. But I need to you to make a deal with me, okay? I’m going to need you to carve out 10 minutes a day, every day this week, to get a grip on your stress by answering these questions. You can’t just think about them. You must answer them by putting pen to paper. Are you in? Let’s go…
Listen to the full episode on your favorite podcast platform:
by, Raychel Perman
On Saturday September 21, 2019, Mandy B. Anderson ran her first 1/2 marathon. A local TV station ran an amazing feature of her story. Her story of overcoming health challenges, fighting for her life in 2012, and learning how to run while living with the life-threatening disease of Cystic Fibrosis will inspire and motivate you to ask yourself, "What am I doing with my one and only life?"
with love & moxie,
Video courtesy of KFYR TV
Allow me to introduce you to my friend, Dr. Jennifer Bennett. Once upon a time, in 2011, Raychel and I flew to Orlando, FL for a conference. Jen lived in Orlando, and although we were only Facebook friends, she graciously agreed to pick us up at our hotel and bring us to a grocery store and Downtown Disney for a fun outing. Thankfully she was NOT a serial killer!
After our near decade of friendship since then, it is an incredible honor to have her as my guest on this week's episode! Jennifer is a social media expert and influencer with a heart for people. Our conversation in this episode dives into what personal branding really is, along with some tips for social media in 2019 and beyond.
Grab your coffee and let’s hang out with my friend, Jen!
After spending years helping entrepreneurs, organizational leaders and ministries build their personal and professional brands, I specialize in creating visibility through a unique voice and message. It’s...
by, Raychel Perman
If you own your own company or you are a busy professional building your career you understand the pull to fill every moment of your time wisely. Especially if you have a family! While there are countless time management methods that claim to be the perfect solution, the truth is there is no “one size fits all” answer. However, there are a few things that can help! Especially when you suck at managing your time and all other methods have failed.
Craig Groeschel says you need to schedule your energy not just your hours. He calls this your "usable hours." If you have a chronic illness or struggle with fatigue and energy spikes and drains this method could work for you. It's one I have found great success with!
You take your schedule day by day and assign your task list according to the amount of energy you have for the day. This method won’t work for everyone. But, If you...
“Where am I going to find the time to write a book or publish a book or market a book? I had to look at the time I was spending doing other things.” ~Kat Socks
Have you ever wanted to write a book, but you didn’t know where to start? Well, you’re in for a treat today because this episode is going to give you an inside look at what it takes to BEGIN.
Kat Socks is the Award-Winning Author of the book, Pickles The Dog. Just over two years ago this book was just a thought. Grab your coffee and glean some wisdom of how this idea became an Award-Winning book that has opened the door to more books for Kat to write!
Kat Socks is very passionate about animals and believes every animal deserves a loving home. She enjoys spending time with family and volunteering as a pet therapy handler. Kat lives in Bismarck, North Dakota with her son and two dogs.
Today on the Unlikely CEO blog series we are talking about resilience. Resilience is that characteristic that makes you flexible when adversity and challenges happen in your life. It's one of the foundational character qualities we teach here at RAYMA Team.
Specifically, I share four specific behaviors resilient people do that makes them more adaptable when life gets hard. It how they roll with the punches and come out on the other side of adversity with strength and confidence.
Talk to you again next week!
With love and moxie,
~ Raychel Perman
Yep, it’s true. I have been burnt out and I’ve been doing some self-reflection to figure out what to do about it. This is something that almost every person on the planet experiences at least once in their life: burn out.
Here’s a question for you, my friend – what do you do when you’re burnt out? Or better yet, what negative self-protection habits do you fall into without thinking when you’re burnt out?
Lets hang out as I get real and raw about what I discovered about myself when I realized I’ve been feeling burnt out and tips on how I’m practicing better self-care and boundaries around this area of life.