The importance of expressing emotions

One of the many great things about being human is our ability to feel. Our thoughts and emotions help us navigate any situation that we are in. Many people don’t realize how emotions are closely linked to the body. Each emotion has a specific physiological response. Depending on the emotion felt will determine if your body reacts in a healthy or unhealthy way. The natural progression from perception to action is as follows: whatever Learn more…

L #11 – No One Can Reject You

Rejection is one of the most difficult emotions we can experience. I will explain to you how we are actually rejecting ourselves instead of other people (who don’t know us the way we know ourselves) rejecting us.

Emotional intelligence: Guest – Caroline Stokes

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreDid you know that you also have emotional intelligence? Often we think of intelligence as only being book smart, but there are technically 11 different types of intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize the nuances of your personality and quickly adapt Learn more…

L #16 – Why can’t I fall asleep?

So many times we struggle with falling asleep but is it possible we are making it harder on ourselves? www.JamesMillerLifeology.com

L #75 – Which language am I speaking?

We all express love in different ways. Sometimes our version of love is different than our significant other’s version. There are 5 versions of love: Acts of Service, Gifts, Words of Affirmation, Quality time, and Physical Touch. Which language do you speak?  

L #143 – Are you confident or conceited?

Many times during the day we have opportunity to talk about ourselves. It is a fine line between being confident and conceited. The biggest difference is the motivation for why you say, or do a behavior. If you are using your personal accolades as data points or are simply excited about what is happening in your life then that is a form of confidence. However, if you say or do certain things Learn more…

L #70 – Emotional Compartments

When we become overwhelmed or struggle during our day we must learn to put situations in their correct place. Subscribe to this channel for daily episodes. www.JamesMillerLifeology.com

But, I need closure…

When a chapter in our life ends we like to find closure to help make sense of what has happened. We often experience this particular phenomena when a relationships ends. We try to have one last conversation or interaction with the other person in order to let go. We consider this closure. What happens if that person doesn’t want to speak with you or have a farewell conversation? How do you get closure? Closure Learn more…

Dysfunctional Family Holiday Reunions

For some, the holiday season can be a joyous reunion with family and friends. It is a time when families reconnect and engage in familial traditions and rituals. However, the holidays can be a dreaded time for some families when they remember the strain and historical discord expressed when some family members reunite. If you are dreading your holiday season and are painfully aware of dysfunctional situations that often arise during this festive Learn more…

L #15 – Late NIght Snacking

Have you ever wondered why you are hungry at night and the next thing you know you’ve eaten the whole bag of potato chips?

Accessibility for the disabled: Guest – Rene Steelman

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreHelp others experience full accessibility to the world around you. We are often so busy that we do not realize we are hindering a disabled person from thriving. Parking in a handicap space, using a handicap stall does not give accessibility to those Learn more…

Overcoming the Holiday Blues

For many of us the holiday season holds nostalgic memories full of laughter, delicious foods and joyous times with family and friends. However, laughter and family and friend connections can fade. The holiday season can often be a dreaded and lonely time for people. There is nothing worse than having a dedicated day full of memories bombard you with loneliness and grief where all you feel you can do is Learn more…

L #3 – What’s My Role?

This episode will create an awareness in you to only focus on the primary “role” you are playing for that particular situation. If you play too many roles then you will struggle to keep everything straight and will, without a doubt, engage in a thinking error. (See yesterday’s episode to refresh your memory on what a thinking error is.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwg_fQvTq5Y

Why am I so angry?

One of the main elements that set us apart from other living creatures is the complexity of our emotions. All emotions are essentially neutral in nature, but we decide if it’s considered a “good or bad” emotion. Experiencing an emotion is a human privilege, but our expression of that emotion is our responsibility. Anger is one of the five basic emotions we feel. Have you ever wondered why, at times, you feel such strong anger? There are certain payoffs we experience Learn more…

Analyzing your coping strategies: Guest – Alicia Hill-Marceau

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreYour coping strategies all start with your five senses. When we were children we learned how to self-soothe. When we struggled emotionally many of us had a security blanket, favorite toy, or even sucked our thumbs. Did you realize that you currently have Learn more…

L #144 – The gift of patience

Anytime you have a spike in your emotions you are more than likely not experiencing patience. We always have a chance to practice this virtue, but often we get lost in our perception and don’t realize that we are lacking in patience. Driving a car, it is easy to become agitated and frustrated when someone cuts us off. Or, if your children are not cleaning their room like you’ve asked Learn more…

Your creative flow: Guest – Tracee Sioux

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreLose the distractions and find your creative flow. Creativity is something with which we are all blessed. We often are in the “zone” when it comes to things we enjoy and aren’t easily distracted. Unfortunately, distractions are a huge hinderance for creative people. Learn more…

L #51 – I am…

Whatever adjective or descriptor you use to fill in the blank is the direction you are moving towards. www.JamesMillerLifeology.com

Closed Doors

Throughout your life you will experience many situations that simply do not make sense. The person whom you thought was the person of your dreams tells you it’s over. The job that seemed perfect for you was given to someone else. When these events happen it causes you to feel defeated and will feed your own negative self-perception. Closed doors (opportunities) play a vital role in your development. In previous Learn more…

L #81 – Trouble is Inevitable

Share with your friends and family. Many times we become overwhelmed when life happens to us. Its inevitable that it will happen, but if you live your life in misery, well, then that’s optional. Go to www.JamesMillerLifeology.com and you can take the courses I have created through my Lifeology Academy. Your life will be transformed.

Transformational change: Guest – Dr. David James

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreYour transformational change starts today! We all remember the old commercial that says “Your mind is a terrible thing to waste, ” but did you realize there it is much more powerful than you think? Many of us don’t use our thoughts and Learn more…

L #58 – What’s the point?

We often engage with people or situations which only cause us to feel frustrated and annoyed. Bear with me as I figure out my lighting for my new background set. 🙂 Subscribe to this channel for daily episode updates. www.JamesMillerLifeology.com

Adapt and thrive: Guest – Scott Eddy

James Miller | Lifeology Radio The plans we have for our lives don’t always work out the way we want them to. Many times we have to learn to pivot and shift our original plan into something that is viable today. When we don’t review areas in our lives where we are not evolving, we, unfortunately, settle for mediocrity. Scott Eddy is the world’s leading luxury travel consultant and digital media expert. Learn more…

Listen to your body – Guest: Elicia Miller

James Miller | Lifeology Radio Many of us live a life of introspection and are aware of what we are thinking and feeling. However, did you realize that your body also gives you information on what is healthy for you? You know what it feels like to be scared and how your body responds to protect you, but did you realize that the subtle changes, and and even certain health Learn more…

Adapt and thrive: Guest – Scott Eddy

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreYou must always adapt and thrive to reach your most fulfilled self. The plans we have for our lives don’t always work out the way we want them to. Many times we have to learn to pivot and shift our original plan into Learn more…

Not everything is what it seems: Guest – Shira Gura

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreMany times we experience situations and we are adamant that we are right. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. When we analyze what is factual instead of what we think to be true, sometimes it’s not what it seems to be. Remember, your Learn more…

Listen to your body – Guest: Elicia Miller

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreYour body is always giving you clues as to what is going on in your life. Many of us live a life of introspection and are aware of what we are thinking and feeling. However, did you realize that your body also gives Learn more…

Mediocrity: The dream killer

We all have hopes and dreams but if you don’t guard against mediocrity you will find that your dreams will not come true. Mediocrity is a term that many of us would not use for ourselves. We believe that we are self-evolving and developing in exponential ways. Each person has a different idea of what this word means, but when you analyze all areas of your life you may be Learn more…

Multitasking: Fact or Fiction?

James Miller licensed psychotherapist is going to explain if multitasking is for real; how to optimize the list of things we want to finish in one day or is multitasking just a myth? Less than 2% of people can truly multitask. When you slow down and aim for efficacy instead of multiple task completion you will realize that you can accomplish more than you originally thought. @justwritenlife #multitasking #structure #productivity Learn more…

What’s my family role? Guest – Jodee Prouse

Healthy families don’t assign family roles. We have all seen movies where there are token characters that we expect. Did you realize that your own family has certain roles that each of you play? These family roles are dysfunctional, but create a sense of “order” in families that are not over all healthy. In this episode you will hear what these family roles are and how to break this generational, Learn more…