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53 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Moneyfulness®: Learning to Live with Money Show Guest: Michael Keet Moneyfulness® is a unique combination of financially grounded insights intended to address the heart of money stress: how audiences think about money! 72% (Yes you read that right) of all Americans experience stress about their finances! Here's the thing, that money stress people have is a product of their convictions and behavior. In the concept of mindfulness, there is no mention of stress reduction about money problems. For the first time, Michael Keet presents Moneyfulness® a unique concept that fills this gap in the overall concept of mindfulness. Michael presents the idea that people’s mindset about money and the practical “how-to” belong together. The audience gets walked through the seven aiding factors of mindfulness as they apply to money along with the practical steps for how to actually manage money. For those who are ready to end their money stress, Moneyfulness® shows them how to never look at money the same again, for the much, much better.
48 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
July 19, 2021
54 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
The Pit of Success:
The Pit of Success: How Leaders Adapt, Succeed, and Repeat Show Guest: Dave Jennings Leaders must routinely face challenges that are beyond their experience. In this space, they feel lost, confused, and overwhelmed. These doubts are shared by leaders across the globe but it is not “leader-like” to discuss such issues. Yet, leaders are not in their job because they have all the answers. They are on the job to find answers. According to author, Dave Jennings, when people understand The Pit of Success their burdens are lifted and their ability to learn and succeed is increased. By learning to navigate The Pit of Success leaders gain confidence, find answers, and deliver results faster and with less anxiety. Join us as Dave shares how his new book, The Pit of Success, provides leaders with the mindset and skill set to do things they do not know how to do. It gives them principles for managing progressively difficult challenges throughout their career. It also gives them peace of mind that they are not the only ones experiencing these doubts. No longer do leaders need to wonder if they are good enough to face the challenges in front of them. What they need to do is learnable and The Pit of Success shows them how they are fully capable to succeed in their demanding situation.
54 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
July 5, 2021
55 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
Resilience Parenting: Raising Resilient Children in an Era of Detachment and Dependence Show Guests: Chris & Holly Santillo Your children will face many challenges in the years ahead, so you want to raise them to be resilient—strong, adaptable, and able to recover. It is your mission to empower your son or daughter to cultivate a functional and fulfilling life. This essential handbook will help you achieve that goal. In Resilience Parenting, martial arts instructors Chris and Holly Santillo share the insights they have gained as teachers and parents. They offer positive alternatives to lecturing, bribing, and punishing; focusing instead on three Pillars: Learning, Integrity, and Service. By applying these powerful principles, you can inspire your children to develop the independence they need to succeed as adults while renewing their connection to family and community. Whether you are raising a teenager or just starting your family, in this not-to-be-missed interview, Chris and Holly describe how the methods prescribed in this book will help every parent unlock their greatest potential as a mother or a father.
53 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
PERMISSION GRANTED: Kick-Ass Strategies to Bootstrap Your Way to Unconditional Self-Love Show Guest: Regina Louise Beloved memoirist Regina Louise took herself from a foster care childhood and time in a residential treatment center to a college scholarship and the creation of several successful small businesses. She now works to show others how to keep moving in the directions of their dreams no matter what. Regina’s new book Permission Granted: Kick-Ass Strategies to Bootstrap Your Way to Unconditional Self-Love offers readers a proven path for defying expectations and loving oneself into a high-performing life. Permission Granted puts a unique spin on tried-and-true techniques of personal growth as it helps readers deeply understand who they are and what they have been through. From this place of self-awareness, Regina helps readers transform past devastations and disappointments into motivations and momentum. With her own life experience being an ultimate example, she guides them toward self-compassion so they can learn to give themselves the care and support their lives may be lacking. Writes Regina. &"Unconditional love permits me to know what is true about me: I am right to be here! I am right to love myself! By grace alone, I am worthy.”
49 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Asking for a Pregnant Friend
Asking for a Pregnant Friend: 101 Answers to Questions About Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Motherhood Show Guest: Bailey Gaddis In Asking for a Pregnant Friend: 101 Answers to Questions Women Are Too Embarrassed to Ask about Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Motherhood, beloved childbirth preparation educator, doula, and author Bailey Gaddis offers women frank girlfriend talk and expert advice about pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood. Why is this interview incredibly important, because whether this information is for oneself or a gift to a friend or family member, leading a shame-free and super-empowered journey is one of the most important first steps any woman will make into motherhood.
51 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Becoming an Empowered Empath
Becoming an Empowered Empath: Setting Clear Boundaries & Embodying One’s Intuition Show Guest: Wendy De Rosa Empaths deeply feel the emotions, needs, and pains of those around them, from individuals and communities to the world itself. But this gift can feel overwhelming when they take on the energy and experiences of others as their own. This oversensitivity can lead to mental fog, chronic illness, emotional issues, and spiritual blocks. Becoming an Empowered Empath: How to Clear Energy, Set Boundaries & Embody Your Intuition renowned spiritual teacher and author Wendy De Rosa guides readers through a step-by-step process of learning to stop taking on other people’s energy by creating and maintaining their own energetic boundaries so they can fully embrace their intuitive power. Becoming an Empowered Empath helps readers stop feeling like they are at the mercy of others’ negative energy and empowers them to activate the power of their emotional connection. The deep guided healing journey and practical tools and meditations that Wendy offers lead readers through the process of clearing ancestral karma, contracts, and beliefs so they can release energetic blocks they are holding in their bodies.
49 minutes | May 24, 2021
Vibrational Nutrition: A Hands-on Guide to the Vibrational Signatures of the Food Show Guest: Candice Covington In this comprehensive guide to vibrational nutrition, Candice Covington explores the vibrational signatures of the foods we eat and how they help form the energetic structures that influence our behaviors and spirit. She explains how, by choosing foods that resonate with your natural vibrational patterns, you can use your diet to fine-tune your energetic body, remove negative energy patterns, and consciously craft a positive state for body, mind, and soul. She details the energetic and spiritual qualities of more than 100 common foods, drinks, and seasonings, and she explores how each food affects you on multiple levels. Candice explains how to interpret food cravings and aversions on an emotional and spiritual level and provides a quiz to help you identify the vibrational meaning of your current diet. Last but not least, Candice provides a selection of recipes along with a guide on how to intuitively select foods and food combinations to reinforce your energy patterns, support you in any endeavor, and provide nutrition for body, mind, and spirit.
55 minutes | May 24, 2021
The Eagle and The Dragon
The Eagle and The Dragon: A Story of Strength and Reinvention Show Guest: Chris Duffin The world may know Chris Duffin as "The Mad Scientist of Strength", but you wouldn't have ever guessed that if you saw the scrawny kid skinning rattlesnakes and chasing dragonflies in the early '80s. The story of his unconventional life will take you from gripping tales of murder, trauma, heartbreak, and survival deep in the Pacific Northwest wilderness all the way to an idealization of the self-made man--still flawed, but never broken. In The Eagle and the Dragon, you'll follow one man's journey into the darkness of his own heart and witness the transformation of alcoholism, pain, and defeat into vision, character, and victory. Through Chris's powerful self-realization, you'll see how the human spirit can be either shackled by circumstance or freed from it. Are you ready to walk through the fire and make your vision a reality?
47 minutes | May 17, 2021
Into the Nothing
Into the Nothing: A Spiritual Autobiography Show Guest: Gabriel Cousens If you’ve ever longed for knowing the experience of liberating your consciousness from identifying with your mind and body and letting it float in the primordial state of &"non-causal” peace, bliss, love, wonder, and oneness, then follow the trail that Dr. Gabriel Cousens has blazed for you. This intrepid &"spiritual warrior” has forged a path to the Holistic Liberation Way, through years of courageous, fearless and intensive spiritual intention and meditation. His astonishing new book Into the Nothing: A Spiritual Autobiography, reveals the mystical wild ride he personally took to becoming liberated, surrendering to &"the Divine Urge” to fully merge into the state of God-consciousness and awaken to living from the soul that is beyond the body and the mind. Into the Nothing: A Spiritual Autobiography is way more than an absorbing personal journey of awakening, highlighted by an extraordinary rich revelation of miracles and mystical adventures, it provides profound teachings and shares insights on sacred relationships as a path of liberation.
54 minutes | May 10, 2021
The Addicted Child
The Addicted Child: A Parent's Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse Show Guest: Richard Capriola Co-host: Paul Otis; Lake Tahoe Prep School According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 20% of teens admit to taking prescription drugs without a prescription. Last year, 47% of American high schoolers admitted to using illicit drugs, with 58% say they have drunk alcohol, according to American Addictions Centers. This risk continues to grow in young adults, in addition to drug and alcohol addiction. Richard Capriola, author of The Addicted Child: A Parent’s Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse, has worked as a mental health counselor for 21 years including time at the nationally-ranked Menninger Clinic in Houston, where he specialized in teen mental health. He feels that addiction leaves parents filled with guilt and feeling lost. His mission with The Addicted Child is to empower parents with a road map of what to do when they find their child is addicted to alcohol or drugs. As an additional resource to the book, he has also created an accompanying parent workbook.
50 minutes | May 3, 2021
It Feels Good to Feel Good
It Feels Good to Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins and Protect your Health Show Guest: Cheryl Meyer Cheryl Meyer, author of It Feels Good to Feel Good Learn to Eliminate Toxins and Protect your Health, tells us that toxins are in almost every item we use on a daily basis including our food, clothing, personal care products, cosmetics, water, cleaning supplies, air, and environment. In her new book Cheryl recounts the morning she woke up in extreme pain. After her conventional doctor ran extensive tests multiple times, he concluded that there was nothing seriously wrong with her and decided to allay her concerns by placing Cheryl on steroids for the pain. Join us as Cheryl shares how It Feels Good to Feel Good is for anyone with a chronic disease who wants to be more proactive with their health. Filled with the &"whys” and the &"how-tos”, it is a masterful resource for anyone who is seeking to recover their health and thrive into old age.
53 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Cracking the Learning Code
Cracking the Learning Code Show Guest: JW WILSON Cracking the Learning Code is the culmination of over 20 years of scientific research into how to accelerate the speed of learning and enhance its effectiveness. The key finding is that each one of has a genetically implanted Learning Code, which must be turned on before we can create long-term memory and behavioral change. JW Wilson, founder and author of Cracking the Learning Code, explains how trying to affect long-term memory and behavioral change without accessing your biological Learning Code is like trying to open a bank vault with the wrong combination. It can’t happen. The reason why the information in this book is so important and controversial is that it has the potential to revolutionize the way you learn and forever transform the way learning systems are developed.
50 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Short Stories: The Autobiography of Columbus Short Show Guest: Columbus Short The life of actor/choreographer/musician Columbus Short has been punctuated with trauma that extends well beyond the plot lines of his previous role on the hit series Scandal. Short has lived many lives packed into one-from a family filled with turmoil to tumultuous love affairs and enough scandals of his own. But somewhere in the middle, Short's realization that there has to be a better way comes into full view. "Short Stories" not only details Columbus Short's journey from childhood to Hollywood, it shows how even the most checkered of pasts can create a different person with the right amount of will and drive, especially when it comes to fulfilling your true destiny.
51 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Neuroscience of Enduring Change
Neuroscience of Enduring Change: Implications for Psychotherapy Show Guest: Richard D. Lane, MD, PhD Everyone who has sought help with their mental health has at least considered a therapist and a good amount of people in the United States have standing appointments with mental health professionals at increasing rates during these unprecedented times. Each of these professionals has a focused method that they study and clients often book or are referred to these professionals with specialized methods. Enter Richard Lane and his Neuroscience of Enduring Change and his new research that turns general psychotherapy on its head by making positive and lasting changes in a client! How does this method do this? During our interview, Dr. Lane will expose us to his research concepts and give us the actual science behind why this method works.Psychotherapy practitioners in the audience will be challenged to consider how their own approach to therapy might be adjusted to enduring change. Researchers in the audience will benefit from authoritative reviews of this knowledge, having a clear description of the research agenda, and the continuous evidence of this research translated to practical application throughout the book.
54 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
The 12 Rules of Attention
The 12 Rules of Attention: How to Avoid Screw-Ups, Free Up Headspace, Do More and Be More At Work Show Guest: Dr. Joseph Cardillo How to self-regulate and train your brain's attentional mechanism for faster, more accurate, high-quality performance at work. Do you feel like you're 'crushing it'? How productive, happy, and fulfilled do you feel each day at your job? You might ask what attention has to do with it. The answer may help fix a wide range of ongoing workplace concerns, including workplace error. Simply put, attention is connected to every single thing you think, feel, and do at work. It's almost impossible to imagine, but by the end of this book you'll understand how that is, and you'll be tapping into your attentional system and regulating it to your highest advantage. The 12-Rules of Attention shows you how to train your attention to the sharp, accurate, high definition...and keep it there.
51 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
A Birthmother’s Journey into the Light
Finding Hope: A Birthmother’s Journey into the Light Show Guest: Hope O. Bake At twenty-one years old Hope O. Baker made one of the hardest decisions a person can make: she placed her son for adoption. She lived with her son’s adoptive mother while she was pregnant and pursued an open adoption. After her son was born, Hope tried to resume her life. But the difficulty of letting her child go gnawed at Hope. Even though she had it together on the outside—graduating college and excelling in her career—on the inside she was battling a destructive cycle of depression and addiction. When life was at its darkest, Hope managed to find her way back to the light. It’s a journey she continues to this day. In this love letter to her son, Finding Hope: A Birthmother’s Journey into the Light, Hope shows how messy and chaotically beautiful adoption can be, by sharing the authentic details of her remarkable story. From her struggles, you’ll see how the community can help you rebuild and be reminded of how important it is to find your voice and speak up for what you need when life hands you unexpected difficulties. Hope has been through some very rough emotional turmoil, made some agonizing decisions, and has come through the fire to let us know that she has found her namesake as she emerged from places where she almost lost it.
53 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
When I Was Someone Else
When I Was Someone Else Show Guest: Stephane Allix While on a spiritual retreat in Peru, journalist Stéphane Allix experienced a vivid waking vision of a soldier dying on a snowy battlefield, followed by scenes from the soldier’s earlier life. He also clearly saw the man’s name, Alexander Herrmann, and felt a disturbing sense of closeness with the soldier. Obsessed by the power of this extremely real vision, Allix began an intensive investigation that revealed this individual had actually existed: a German soldier who died in World War II during the 1941 Russian campaign. Diving deep into German military archives, meeting the man’s surviving family members, and following his own intuitive hunches, the author also discovered that the soldier was part of the Waffen S.S., the infamous Totenkopf Brigade, and his investigation broadened to explore what drove Herrmann to become part of such an organization. While Allix’s initial impression is that this German soldier was a past life, he realizes that it was actually his mission is not to bring about the rebirth of this person but to heal him–and the victims of his ignominious actions during the war. Offering a fascinating exploration of visions, synchronicities, reincarnation, and the connections between the spiritual and physical planes, When I Was Someone Else shares a powerful message of healing after death along with the profound epiphany that light needs darkness to be perceived.
53 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
The Insanely Awesome Pandemic Playbook
The Insanely Awesome Pandemic Playbook: A Humorous Mental Health Guide For Kids Show Guest: Elizabeth Englander This pandemic has ushered in a social and emotional crisis for many American children. Your children may be going to school online, at least partially; and you are probably juggling work, their schooling, and coping with the pandemic and the recession. On top of this, American kids are more socially isolated and more dependent on screens than they have ever been. All of this change is taking a toll. This book is designed to address these problems by directly appealing to kids aged 8-11 years old, using uproariously funny and highly-engaging writing and hands-on activities to teach them how to pay attention to their screen use, their mental health, and their social relationships. Written by a leading researcher in child development and a literacy scholar with a penchant for zany children's humor, our kids will find it relevant and informative, and they won't be able to put it down. Written using a humorous and engaging style, INSANELY AWESOME helps your kids and your family adapt to the new world we are all living in right now. It covers problems using screens; how to stay close to your friends; ways to talk with your family; how to choose fun and safe activities; and ways to minimize any signs of depression or anxiety.
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