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148: How to Spot a Child Abuser Hiding in Plain Sight with Jimmy Hinton

Voice of Influence

Release Date: 07/07/2020

192: Finding Your Essential Message show art 192: Finding Your Essential Message

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What successes are you building on?  And why should that be a greater focus than fixing your failures?  Join Andrea today as she shares thoughts on how to make your work better and lighter by building on the momentum of what you’re already doing well.

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191: Release Your Burdens and Choose an Easier Path show art 191: Release Your Burdens and Choose an Easier Path

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What is taking up space in your life that you’d be better off releasing? Andrea shares her thoughts about Greg McKeown’s book Effortless, why she believes we sometimes make life harder than it has to be, and how we can make challenging conversations easier and more constructive.

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190: From Essentialism to Effortless with Greg McKeown show art 190: From Essentialism to Effortless with Greg McKeown

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Many of us value hard work. But what if we’re making things harder than necessary? What if we’re carrying a burden we don’t need to carry? Greg McKeown, author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, joins Andrea to discuss his new book Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most.

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189: Why It's Hard for a Critic to Share Their Own Art show art 189: Why It's Hard for a Critic to Share Their Own Art

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”Everyone’s a critic.” But does it have to be that way? Putting your work out into the work tends to be a scary thing.  Will others value it the same way you do? Andrea shares how a conversation about Star Wars spurred her to think about approaching creative self-expression with a constructive, rather than critical, eye.

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188: The Value of Artistic Beauty in Caring for Culture with Makoto Fujimura show art 188: The Value of Artistic Beauty in Caring for Culture with Makoto Fujimura

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Too often we live in binary thinking, stuck in the false dichotomy between success and meaning.  Acclaimed artist and author Makoto Fujimura joins Andrea to discuss his book Art and Faith: A Theology of Making and why beauty and transcendence are vital parts of our lives and meaningful work.

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187: Finding Your Genius Zone show art 187: Finding Your Genius Zone

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As we celebrate 4 years on the Voice of Influence podcast, Andrea discusses the six elements of a Voice of Influence and how they intersect with the grind, greatness, and genius ratio of our work.

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186: Using StrengthsFinder 2.0 to Engage Your Team with Brandon Miller & Darren Virassammy show art 186: Using StrengthsFinder 2.0 to Engage Your Team with Brandon Miller & Darren Virassammy

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Brandon Miller and Darren Virassammy, co-founders of 34Strong,  share how teams can better leverage their individual strengths in an interdependent way for the wellbeing of their organization and others whom they serve. 

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185: Claiming Your Voice and Space with Eliza VanCort show art 185: Claiming Your Voice and Space with Eliza VanCort

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Every woman has experienced the frustration of being written off or silenced when she attempts to put a new idea forward. How can women feel confident about owning their space and offering their gifts to the world? Author and TED Talk speaker Eliza Van Cort shares insights from her journey to reclaim her voice.

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184: How to Turn Innovation Into a Conversation show art 184: How to Turn Innovation Into a Conversation

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How do leaders create an atmosphere that encourages innovation? Join Andrea as she discusses how leaders can tap into their team members’ gifts and engage their own motivators for solving company problems.

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183: Taking Calculated Risks for Innovation show art 183: Taking Calculated Risks for Innovation

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How do leaders create an atmosphere that encourages innovation? Join us as we discuss how leaders can tap into their team members’ gifts and engage their own motivators for solving company problems.

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Jimmy Hinton is a full-time minister and safeguarding specialist with Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment (GRACE) who researches deception techniques of child molesters and specializes in abuse in plain sight.

In 2011, Jimmy's sister confided in him that she had been sexually abused when she was a young child by their father, a former Minister of 27 years. Jimmy and his mother reported his father to authorities, which resulted in his confession of 23 victims, and a conviction of 30-60 years for sex crimes against children.

In this episode, Jimmy shares the story of how his sister confided in him that she was sexually abused their father, why he immediately went to the authorities, the fallout from that experience, three things that that can help you identify concerning behavior and potential abusers, how parents and organizations can be more proactive about protecting their kids, and so much more.