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Wild Times with Susan Maletta

Comedy podcast including personal development themes and challenges, guest interviews, personal stories, Shots n' Crafts parties, and wild times and discussions. Sometimes rants. The philosophy and motto of this podcast is Work Hard/Play Hard. Get successful so you can reward yourself with wild times, baby. This podcast is geared towards other comedians, aspiring comedians & podcasters, and the general public (non-comedians who love comedy). I also swear a lot so you'll have to get over that. I temper it with eloquent speaking and useful information, though, so there's that.. love me or leave me. Comedian Bio: Susan Maletta is a Silicon Valley-based comedian who creates an instant connection with her audience that delights the spirit yet can sometimes pollute the mind. This corporate run-away, divorce survivor, and single parent fires off her relatable insights in a high-energy, charismatic performance that is sure to entertain and amuse any audience. Susan Maletta has appeared on Nick-at-Nite’s America’s Funniest Mom 3 and was featured in the documentary film, "Comedy ’Aint for the Money", and on Hulu. She won 1st place in the Tommy T's Comedy Club comedy contest and 2nd place in Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club's annual competition. She has also done radio and podcasting for many years, interviewing hundreds of Bay Area comedians including Robin Williams. Check out her motivational/self-development comedy podcast, "Wild Times with Susan Maletta" on iTunes/Apple podcasts. •stand-up comedian •podcaster •blogger •comedic motivational speaker @susanmaletta on IG and twitter facebook.com/wildtimeswithsusanmaletta
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Nov 23, 2019

Join me as I summarize the habits and principles discussed in this well-known personal development book by Stephen Covey. 

What does this have to do with goal setting?

Just listen and find out, will ya? This is one of my more serious podcasts but you need to hear this shit.

These are the fundamentals of how to become even better and more effective than you already are. Let's figure out how to get to the next level. Employing these habits can help.

What is the next level for you in life?

Nov 20, 2019

Don't be a tool...  get your planning tools in order. Having the right tools makes goal planning not only easier, but more enjoyable and fun.

We'll go over:

  • Planners
  • Bullet journals (BuJos) 
  • Habit tracker journals
  • Dashboards 
  • Guiding words (to focus on)
  • Wall calendars (dry erase)
  • How to make a digital vision board

I did forget to mention using Google Calendar and/or MS Outlook in addition to any of these tools/systems because getting automatic alerts on your phone is really useful. It's just not as fun (and visually stimulating) as using actual hard-copy planners.

I will try to work on not moving my mic cord around while I talk next time. You can hear it sometimes and it's fuckin' irritating. My bad.

Next time we will talk about the "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Steven Covey. I will summarize the habits and main principles for ya.

Oh and..

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Nov 19, 2019

Warning: I sound like an uptight bitch in this episode (because I am). Hey, sometimes I am! We all are!

Also I was in a huge rush and wanted to cover a lot of material. So I may sound a bit harsher, and a bit more abrupt in this one, but I carry a good message if you want to trudge through the mud of my grumpy personality today.

Topics include:

  • Making marginal (small, bite-sized) changes to our habits and behaviors
  • Thinking about the bigger picture (what do we want in life and who do we want to become to get there)
  • Planning regularly and not just at the end of the year
  • Visualizing our outcomes, i.e., the end results of our goals that we are planning
  • Using a 12-month, erasable wall calendar to visualize the year daily on the wall as a visual reminder

On the next podcast, we will talk about planning mechanisms such as planners, bullet journals, dashboard pages, and vision boards.

Let's keep the progress going towards planning our wonderfully successful and happy lives ahead.

Until next time.... think about what outcomes you want this year and next year.

(Some of those outcomes should include some wild times. Otherwise why do we work all day? Work hard, play hard.)

Love ya, darlin'. 

Thanks for comin' around.

Nov 12, 2019

Topics include:

- Your mom's atrophied, prolapsed vagina

- Goal setting (including the goal of not having a vag like your mom's)

- Visualization (visualizing yourself having a better vag than your mom's)

- Plans for the rest of 2019 and into 2020 (plan kegels)

I drop some knowledge on how to visualize yourself succeeding and exceeding the goals that you've set. I drop it like your mom's expansive vagina dropped you when you were born.

 

 

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