Welcome to episode 64 of THE UPSIDE with Callie and Jeff Dauler (original release date: October 10, 2019) ********** - our phone number is 800-434-5454 … call anytime, about anything! - follow Callie and Jeff on IG: @CallieDauler and @JeffDauler - join our awesome community on Facebook by clicking here - have you subscribed to our weekly Pick-Me-Up newsletter for good news and deals? - shop our Callie and Jeff merchandise ********** Please share this episode and the show with the whole world! The easiest way to do that - especially if someone doesn't know too much about podcasts - is by sending them to callieandjeff.com and having them hit the LISTEN NOW button. Internet magic will take them directly to the best available player for whatever device they are using. If you share about the show on social media, please use #livefortheupside so we see it and can respond / repost / follow! ********** Here are all of today’s show links, for your clicking convenience: Skillshare (UPSIDE gets you two months of free learning) Salted Caramel Pretzel Blondies from Smitten Kitchen - https://smittenkitchen.com/2019/08/salted-caramel-pretzel-blondies/ Andy Grammer’s podcast - https://www.thegoodpartspodcast.com/ ********** Today, Jeff is grateful for no-lace Converse sneakers. Today, Callie is grateful for Jeff and his housekeeping skills. Jeff’s birthday is one month from today! Last year, Jeff wanted to be alone for his big day. He’s not as stressed this year, so he can be excited again. Today, Callie and Jeff are continuing lessons about the power of silence. Some people will take anything you say and spin it into something negative. A listener brings up the challenges of using the power of silence on family members. When you happen to be blood-related with someone, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have boundaries. Realize that contributing to toxic conversations is optional to participate in. A dramatic reading of the recipe for salted caramel blondies. Andy Grammer (Jeff and Callie’s new BFF) joins the show and talks about how being encouraging and kind makes you rebellious these days. During meet-and-greets, Andy brings everyone into a circle and asks them about their deepest pain and what it has forced them to grow into. At 25, Andy lost his mom, and it gave him complete empathy for the rest of the world. When Andy needs uplifting, one of his go-tos is Louis Prima, the voice of King Louie in The Jungle Book. Andy knows inspiring songs can be cheesy; however, adding context and value will make them come out authentically.. Lastly, it is complete misery that Andy’s songs have been on Kids Bop. And if you want to know about the shirt … you’ll just have to listen! Skillshare: Don't trust random YouTube videos to teach you important things! Learn from an online learning community where you can see the credentials of your instructors and take thousands of courses. Scores of classes covering creative and entrepreneurial skills to get you set up for the starting a new project, setting yourself up for a new job, or just exploring something new. Two months totally free ... see how much you can learn! Just visit www.SkillShare.com/upside. Happy learning! ********** SUBSCRIBES, FOLLOWS, and FIVE-STAR REVIEWS are always appreciated. WE ARE ALWAYS GRATEFUL FOR YOU! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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