In this episode, Mike Veny and Leanna Johnson explore the topic of boundaries in relationships. Keeping things candid, they even share boundaries they have set for each other. This is an uncomfortable and difficult subject for most people, but an incredibly important one.
Let's face it - we all have to deal with people we can't stand. Listen in on a conversation with Mike Veny and Leanna Johnson share their experience on dealing with difficult people. They also offer practical tips to manage toxic situations.
In this episode, Mike Veny and Leanna Johnson discuss how adults have trouble "playing well in the sandbox together" and offer some practical tips on how to fix this problem. When there is teamwork, 1 + 1 = 11!
In this episode, Mike Veny introduces his new co-host, Leanna Johnson. In support of PTSD Awareness month, the two explore the subject of PTSD and Leanna's unique perspective. PTSD doesn't just happen to war veterans.
It can also develop in people who experienced abuse and trauma in their childhood. Learn about some of the symptoms, available treatments, and how to manage a relationship with someone who lives with PTSD.
In this episode, Mike Veny interviews Sarah McLean, the founder of the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona, Arizona. Sarah is a student of Deepak Chopra and a Hay House author. She offers some deep insight into Ayureveda, meditation, and how to get started. Mike has used Primoridal Sound Meditation (which is similar to Transcendental Meditation) to help with his depression and anxiety.
In this episode, Mike Veny shares a recording of his signature mental health presentation, that was customized for a live event for the birth mothers involved with the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS). Birth moms of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) regularly experience a stigma from society. In addition, many of them struggle with mental health challenges. Mike is a guest celebrity mental health public speaker that addresses the stigma surrounding mental illness. He discusses being an at risk youth with behavior problems, depression, anxiety, and his obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
In this episode, Mike Veny offers you some in depth insight on how to become a motivational speaker for youth events. This includes elementary, middle, and high school and high school assemblies, along with youth conferences. He makes references to Josh Shipp and Jeff Yalden, two of the top youth speakers in the USA.
This is the very first episode of the Mike Veny show. In this episode, I share 3 simple, yet powerful tips on networking that have helped me grow my business and career. Networking has not only helped me make more money, but it's also given me increased happiness. This is advice that I wish I would have learned a long time ago.