31 minutes | Mar 23, 2023
How Do You Build Supportive Communities - Especially in an Emergency
Until the age of 35, Barry Braun’s life was all about money. He had made lots of money and lost lots of money. Then something happened which made him wonder what the purpose of life really was about. Barry’s story helps us understand some of the struggles we often go through while achieving success. After Barry experienced a deep self-reflection exercise lasting 18 months, he concluded that life was about service to others. He created a successful coaching practice that focused on entrepreneurs connecting to their sense of purpose. This became a competitive advantage by bringing social purpose to their businesses. Looking forward to his grandchildren's future, he shifted focus to mitigating the outcomes they would likely experience by changing how we relate to our communities. Barry Braun founded Happy Community Project to help communities realize the support the next generation will need and make them happier places to live. HappyCommunityBuilders.com is bringing community developers together for mutual support instead of being lonely or divisive. Communities need to be strongly connected, have a deep sense of belonging and know others care about us. These are fundamental to personal happiness and essential for survival. Click here to get your Good Neighbor App for your community And......click here to get instructions on using this amazing APP You can have your cake and eat it too. You can create great wealth while making a meaningful difference in our world. This easy-to-read yet comprehensive book shows you how to build a highly profitable business that brings meaning and fulfillment with the purpose of both creating wealth and helping our world move in a direction that builds a better world for our grandchildren. Braun builds on his idea that a great entrepreneur builds a business that not only creates wealth, it also fulfills the entrepreneur's sense of purpose. Most entrepreneurs feel a sense of social responsibility by giving back. Braun shows you how to take this to the next step and build a great business that 'gives forward'. Braun draws on his rich experience of working with entrepreneurs who have built businesses that solve some of our world's tough problems. His rich background as an entrepreneur, coach, and consultant provides a novel way of looking at how to integrate practical business decision-making with the integrity of a sense of deep and compelling purpose. This is a must-read if you want your business to both create wealth and bring the satisfaction of knowing you made a real and meaningful difference. It not only sets out the concepts, but it also gives you the working process for doing something exceptional. CLICK HERE FOR BARRY'S BOOK What happens when citizens decide to be a Happy, Caring, and Thriving Community? CONNECT WITH BARRY HERE Facebook Website
40 minutes | Mar 5, 2023
How Does Giving More Benefit You and Why is it Necessary?
Bob DePasquale was diagnosed with cancer and experienced a terrible act of terrorism within a few days. He thought the world was coming to an end. Bob had always believed in taking care of the things he had been blessed with by helping others do the same. His perspective derived from his battle with cancer and his life threatened at the age of 18. After this experience, Bob realized the powerful force that the giving mindset is after experiencing his life-threatening illness and the terrorist attacks. He spent 15 years learning how to apply giving principles in his own business and it is now his mission to help others do the same. Organizations that have a generous culture are bound to attract better employees and better customers. Bob would not be around to speak if it were not for some amazing acts of generosity. Generosity is a Lifestyle Are you aware we tap, swipe, and click our devices an average of 2,617 times per day? Online advertising has rapidly increased and is now almost everywhere - from social media to search engines. If you have even briefly looked at a product, only to find yourself haunted by ads for it days later, you are not alone. Today, many people struggle to manage their finances while dealing with a constant barrage of ads. In Bob's interview, he gives you the tools to improve your financial situation, use technology to your benefit, and better manage your financial planning. GET YOUR COPY HERE In Personal Finance in a Public World: How Technology, Social Media, and Ads Affect Your Money Decisions, author and Certified Financial Planner Bob DePasquale breaks down the steps to improve your spending habits and safeguard your financial future. This book answers common questions about finances, such as: How can I save more money? How can I get out of debt? How do I invest? How does the computer know I'm interested in that? What's Bitcoin?
29 minutes | Mar 3, 2023
Do you Know How to Cope with Severe Tragedy or Disappointment and Win?
Jim Barnard has dealt with disappointment and distress many times which led to significant depression. His wife, Alisha, had two near-death experiences and was not able to carry a pregnancy to term - adding to Jim's severe anxiety. But this is only the beginning of the story of how Jim and Alisha turned the impossible into the possible. When Jim Barnard and Alisha planned their future together as husband and wife, they had no inkling that three months later Alisha would be fighting for her life. Their story will touch you but it will also change you as Jim shows us how to deal with any type of suffering you may encounter. Three months into their marriage, Alisha was not able to keep any food down and was diagnosed with a rare chronic illness - Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. She suffered greatly in a downward trajectory. Jim has great insight into coping with tragedy as Alisha went through countless surgeries, tests, treatments, and therapies which failed to solve the rapid downfall she continues to experience. Through Tiller Coaching, Jim helps those who are suffering the reality of the expectation gap where disappointment, dissatisfaction, and distress can cause real damage. Many of us can relate to various types of suffering. You do not want to miss Jim's interview on how to cope and ultimately triumph:
30 minutes | Feb 12, 2023
Can You Experience Your Dreams Even After They Have Been Crushed?
After being Dream Crushed by Corporate America, Debra Krusz listened to her inner voice which said “Leave this place” and she started writing. She is now a published author, blogger, coach, and consultant. Following the wrong dreams got her to low depressed areas in her life. Then she found the solution. Debra is a survivor of crushed dreams and an expert in dream rescue. If your dream is a long-buried seed or a squashed bud, Debra can help you replant it, nurture it, and bring it to full bloom. Her program is ideal for employers who want to make an investment in their employees by making them the most successful version of themselves. Your employee morale will rise, productivity will increase, and turnover will decrease as a result of this dream pollination. Your dreams are uniquely made for you for a reason This novel is told through the perspective of a young man named Maximo, who was a dream in his mother Maria's eyes. She did all that she could for the love of Maximo before he was even born. She always did what was necessary to provide the best life for her son. Maximo had his own vision. Maximo's journey of love turns to hurt, abuse, and false accusations. Maximo finds the strength in his heart to conquer his obstacles. His vulnerability and perseverance run through deep avenues that we all can relate to at some point in our lives. Soul Meets Body: Six Degrees of You is a touching and unforgettable novel that reminds us to never give up on love. There is a recipe for writing about love. There is a dream in someone's heart. There is a tragedy, and sometimes separation. There is a determination to make it work. This book shares moments that touch the reader's heart and moments that bring up anger and frustration. We are always going through a season. If you keep love in your heart, you will always find what you need. Maximo never gave up on the woman in his heart.
28 minutes | Feb 4, 2023
How to Realize Your Desire for A Career Change
Dr. Tara Hines-McCoy is a compelling communicator and educator who uses her gifts, her experiences, and her faith to inspire women to take action and awaken their careers. Dr. Tara has been a rising thought leader in corporate America for over 15 years specializing in Human Resources. She has worked for Fortune 500 and multinational companies with multi-state and regional leadership roles. Her professional approach equips leaders with the tools needed to improve business performance and increase employee engagement. Her vibrant personality aids in her ability to connect with people on all levels by encouraging them to move past their failures, define their character, and turn uncertainty into passion. As a former Global HR Professional, Dr. Tara founded DRTARASPEAKS: Up or OUT program to help women awaken their careers. Too often women overstay their welcome in organizations because they are waiting for someone to make the decision for them to leave and move forward. Get Your Copy Here This handwriting workbook is unique to all other writing guides out there. It uses the dash system to teach your child exactly how to form each letter correctly, both lowercase and uppercase letters. While writing, your child will also enjoy the excitement of learning easy-to-remember bible verses. This component sets Scripting with Scripture apart and makes it easy for beginner learners to write their letters while learning scripture. Get your copy here Grab your copy of the book rated #1 Amazon New Release, SHUT’EM DOWN: Black Women, Racism and Corporate America. This anthology is composed of the stories of 20 Black women who have been impacted by racism in the workplace. It offers a peek under the tent of the signs of racism, how to initiate the conversation of racism on the job, but also how Black women have chosen to move forward despite it. Dr. Tara’s chapter Black Roadblocks details how black women insert themselves as roadblocks versus an on-ramp to reach back and mentor black women coming behind them.
30 minutes | Feb 2, 2023
The Beauty of Discovering You Are NOT Alone Can be Life-changing
"You will never conceive naturally." Those words are harsh, painful, and heard too often by women who want nothing more than to be a mom. It can leave a woman feeling helpless and ashamed. Christina McClelland is an Atlanta-based author and supporter of women's health advocacy. Christina grew up in Alabama, attended the University of Alabama with a B.A. in English Literature, and became one of the youngest art gallery directors in Atlanta at age 28 before committing to her writing career full-time in 2014. Christina shares her story as an encouragement to women everywhere. Feeling alone is the worst feeling that exists. It is isolating, and depressing, and lends itself to hopelessness. The beauty of discovering that you are NOT alone can be life-changing. Christina introduced an exciting and effective method to help you and your family (especially teens) express their core feelings in a safe place. She shares the Core Feelings Board in her interview. And...she shares TWO important words that will help you put any problem into the proper perspective. Here is her story:
33 minutes | Jan 29, 2023
Get Out of Your Head and into Your Life, Before it is Too Late
Ryan Lindner had two sudden unexplained cardiac arrests at a young age. This forced him to explore different perspectives from profound, life-changing events. Priorities change when time becomes precious. Problems look different when you have no energy left to give them. "If you are not living, then you are dying." - Ryan Lindner You CAN start living. Every. Single. Day. Ryan Lindner is a personal development specialist who has worked as a behavioral coach for clients and top organizations all over the world. After two sudden, unexplained cardiac arrests at a young age, he began to explore different perspectives with clients that come with any profound, life-changing event. It was not uncommon for Ryan to teeter on unconsciousness even while working with a client, requiring him to prioritize his own energy and time masterfully, and assisting clients to do the same. Marathon runners do not talk much on mile 20 - they choose to breathe Ryan has conducted thousands of coaching sessions, has led operations for a major leadership and organizational change company, and manages learning and development projects for companies to reshape their customer experience. You will enjoy Ryan's interview as he addresses the blind spots/habits people do not realize they have and to prioritize their lives and live their best! Click Here to Buy “I’m going down now,” I said to a young woman a few seconds before the darkness—my first cardiac arrest. As I returned to work as a behavioral coach, it became maddening to hear, for the ten-thousandth time, about all-consuming, everyday problems and misguided priorities while I fought to merely remain conscious. The Half-Known Life challenges the conventional thinking of success, identity, and personal change. Most often, truly profound change happens following events that shake someone to their core—a car accident, death of a family member, or cardiac arrest that pulls them into a moment of clarity. Priorities change when time becomes precious. Problems look different when you have no energy left to give them. After all, marathon runners don’t say much on mile twenty; they choose to breathe. And all I have to give is channeled into each moment that I am awake and I, too, choose to breathe. Why wait until you’re burnt out or for a life-changing event to occur before getting real about your life? Who are you when all of the accolades and accomplishments are gone? You can master time management but what does how you manage that time say about what’s important to you—about what matters most? Get out of your head and get into your life, before it slips away.
44 minutes | Jan 21, 2023
Have You Wondered What to Do as Your Parents Age and May Need Your Full-time Care?
After being a primary caregiver for her mother for over six years, author Lynn Abate-Johnson understands the typhoon of emotions and responsibilities that come with caring for a loved one. However, she discovered how to blossom through (and after) caregiving rather than let it drown her. By using her natural organizational skills and her solid work ethic, she developed systems and processes to help navigate the difficult journey of caregiving, which allowed her to go from “What am I going to do without my mom?” to “I know I can thrive after she’s gone–just as she would want.” Like most caregivers, Lynn juggled caregiving duties with a full-time career. In her daily life, she’s a business consultant and global community builder. Caregivers are worthy of the same love, care, and attention they give their loved ones, which means they need emotional and logistical support to help them thrive. Unfortunately, it can take copious hours of research to find the resources they need, which leaves them feeling drained, frustrated, and overwhelmed. Lynn Abaté-Johnson understands this firsthand, having been a primary caregiver for her mother for six years. She believes caregivers deserve to be cared for as well, which is why her book Out of Love provides readers with reassurance, comfort, and practical systems and processes to help caregivers provide care easier and discover how to blossom through their journey. Lynn’s words offer a uniquely personal glimpse into her journey as a daughter of a strong mother, along with her own transformation in the aftermath of being a caregiver. Lynn’s approach removes the stigma of grief, and her expressive and often vulnerable ways of sharing help to normalize what many families may take for granted or miss in their often overwhelming and new experiences as caregivers. There will be discomfort, shame, guilt, and layers of conditioning to discover in this book with the goal of bringing light to the dark and peace to the soul.
42 minutes | Jan 14, 2023
How to Finally Lose that Weight and Keep It Off for Good
Have you ever been at such a low point in your life that you begged your partner to leave you? Have you felt helpless with the ongoing struggle of trying to lose weight? And what about anxiety and depression that becomes overwhelming? Coach Jon shares his incredible story of how he won the battle and lost 100 pounds. He is now a weight loss coach and emotional eating expert, a nanotechnology researcher, a Navy Marine engineer, and a globetrotting nomad. Coach Jon has found his calling -- and it is to help you lose weight for good and leave the bogus diets in the rearview mirror. With Freedom Nutrition Coaching he marries the Science of Metabolism with the Psychology of Behavior Change and the compassion of human connection to create life-changing transformations for each of us. Coach Jon struggled with PTSD, trauma, obesity and mental health issues spending years on diets, methods, coaching, etc. that were entirely ineffective as a long-term strategy for creating health. In his interview, Coach Jon shares his incredible story of how you can win the battle using the concept of 'brain-driven' transformation as it connects to health, wellness, and weight loss. SECRET: It is not thinking less of yourself -- but thinking of yourself less!
41 minutes | Jan 9, 2023
Do You Know How to Fight the War Against PTSD - and Win?
After eight years of military service, Sgt. Q suffered from depression, anger, and panic attacks and was diagnosed with PTSD. He nearly ended his own life in the parking lot of a church. Aaron Quinonez (Sgt. Q) endured a rough upbringing before becoming a proud Marine. He was trained to fight the enemy and was prepared for war. When he volunteered for a combat tour in Iraq, ne did not realize his real battle would be fought in his mind. Aaron is a Marine 1st Anglico veteran who specialized in communication as a forward observer. He holds billets for Naval Weapons Security Management and Close Combat Instructor. He received badges for expert marksmanship and master parachutist. Sgt. Q is an award-winning author of Healing Through Service originally aimed at struggling veterans, which also offers help for anyone in crisis and may be your ticket to a more fulfilled life. From homeless and on the brink of suicide to founding a multi-million dollar company with over 100 employees, Reliable Commercial Cleaning and founder of the veteran non-profit Q Missions. He receive the 2016 Distinguished Service to Veterans award from the Department of Veterans Affairs and awarded the 2017 Hometown Hero award from Kiro7 News. Sgt. Q traded the battlefield to help others by building homes and churches, feeding children, and supplying precious hope to struggling communities worldwide. QMissions was born as a pathway for veterans, Sgt. Q's fellow warfighters, to replace the battle scars of their minds with the joy of serving others. In Sgt. Q's interview, he strives to help anyone to recover from PTSD by highlighting scientifically proven methods. He shares how to break the stigma of mental health issues
44 minutes | Nov 25, 2022
What is the Best Way to Find Healing in Your Brokenness?
Marlena Fiol, PhD. is a globally recognized author, scholar, and speaker. She explores the depths of who we are and what is possible in our lives. Her significant body of publications on the topic, coupled with her own raw identity-changing experiences, makes her uniquely qualified to write about personal transformational change. She holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in Strategic Management and has taught in the faculties of New York University and the University of Colorado. Marlena's mission is to share true stories of survival against all odds to inspire us to become the truest and most authentic versions of ourselves. In her interview, she shares her journey from an abusive upbringing in Paraguay to escape, love, and loss in the United States and finally on to forgiveness and reconciliation. Marlena was physically abused as a child, sexually abused as a teenager, disowned by her father, and banned from participating in her Mennonite church -- all before her 18th birthday. And that is only the beginning of her amazing story After being publicly humiliated in front of her entire close-knit Mennonite community, Marlena Fiol didn't know how she would recover. Discover a story of healing and personal transformation. Marlena's childhood was full of contradictions. Her father was both a heroic doctor for people with leprosy and an abusive parent. Her Mennonite missionary community was both a devoted tribe and a controlling society. And Marlena longed to both be accepted in Paraguay and escape to somewhere new. In Nothing Bad Between Us, follow Marlena's journey as she takes control of her life and learns to be her authentic self, scars and imperfections included. Uncover inner peace―and inner strength. Nothing Bad Between Us is a story of brokenness and eventual redemption that taps into our collective yearning for healing and forgiveness. As you read Marlena's story, you will: Learn how to forgive yourself and others without giving up your personal growth and self-confidence Discover that transformation and redemption often exist even in the most broken parts of who you are Find out how to stand in your power, knowing that vulnerability won't lead to your downfall, but increase, courage, connection, and authenticity Readers of memoirs about family, self-healing, and the strength of a woman like The Glass Castle, Love Warrior, and Leaving the Witness will be captivated by Nothing Bad Between Us.
42 minutes | Nov 22, 2022
If Change is Inevitable How we embrace it Determines our Contraction or Expansion
"Change is inevitable. How we embrace it determines our contraction or expansion." -- Dr. Lin Morrel Dr. Lin spent her childhood suffering from neglect, emotional abuse, familial alcoholism, and mentally ill caregivers. Dr. Lin managed her challenges by developing hypersensitivity as a coping mechanism. Life changed when she began practicing martial arts at 15. Within a short period of time, she started teaching. Dr. Lin developed confidence, moved out at 17 for safety, worked part-time jobs through college, and sought refuge in work and education. During that time she grew her martial arts skills and fell in love with another martial arts enthusiast. After 13 years the relationship turned toxic and abusive due to mental illness. Dr. Lin found the courage to divorce. She fell in love again and was happily married for three years. Then in the span of a year, her mother and husband died in separate accidents, and her home and retreat center burned down. She was single and devastated and her past family trauma finally began to surface. After 12 years of intense healing from trauma, she was blessed with the love of her life and they spent eight happy years together before his passing. Twelve years later, she married a long-time friend and the love of her life. During her interview, Dr. Lin shares how we can overcome trauma, find love, and the intense pain and loneliness trauma can create in each of us. Dr. Lin's powerful and heartwarming book, The Grace of Love, is an eternal love story, and an intimate and revealing look at the depth of love expressed in two souls uniting. This true tale inspires and teaches the way through trauma into authentic love. It's the perfect read for those who have loved and lost, those struggling to believe love is possible for them, those who have been wounded by love, as well as the hopeless romantics!
39 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
Would You Like to Know the Last Diet You Will Ever Need?
Cast Your Vote for the Person You Are Becoming The Million Dollar Body Method Will Be The Last “Diet” You Ever Need. You may be thinking this is just one more expert talking about weight loss. You are in for a major surprise! Nate helps people get into the best shape of their lives using simple training & nutrition frameworks and without tracking a single calorie. Nate Palmer is a fitness and nutrition expert, coach, speaker, and writer who believes that being in incredible shape gives a massive advantage in business, focus, and relationships. He will inspire you to make easy changes in your life that will make a huge difference. Nate Palmer is a dad, husband, and the number one bestselling author of The Million Dollar Body Method and Passport Fitness. During his interview you will learn: Why breakfast is TRULY the most important meal of the day, and how it can improve your performance across the board What three pieces are INTEGRAL in a morning routine if you want high performance Calories aren’t just calories, they are communication Mindset and changing your state with the words you use Building a nutrition framework by doing a diet Why being Insulin resistant is killing you slowly. What is "performance eating" and why is it critical for entrepreneurs? How do you know if you need a detox from sugar? What's the secret weapon for fat loss?
42 minutes | Oct 29, 2022
How Important is it to Know Your History
After a happy marriage of 34 years and two children, Barbara Mojica’s husband decided he wanted an open marriage so he could have a dual life with a younger woman. She filed for divorce, picked up the pieces, met and married her soul mate, and carved out a new life as an author and mentor. Barbara Ann Mojica has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts Degrees in History as well as graduate certifications in school supervision and administration from C W Post College, Long Island University. Barbara has been a lifelong educator in the fields of early childhood and special education, having spent 40 years as a teacher, principal, and school district administrator. Barbara currently authors historical articles under her banner Passages for The Columbia Insider and is writing her own award-winning children’s book series Little Miss HISTORY. We are all history-makers. It is impossible to understand what is happening today if we do not understand how we got here. Yesterday plus today equal tomorrow. My motto is “If you don’t understand your history, you don’t know what you’re talking about." -- Barbara Mojica
40 minutes | Oct 29, 2022
Do You Love Budgeting and Giving Up the Things You Love to Save More?
Do you love budgeting and giving up the things you love to save more? Does the lack of funds cause you to stress? If so, you are not alone. When Gordon Stein lost his executive role, he owed $555,000, had three young children, and was looking for a new high-tech executive role in the middle of the “tech wreck” recession in the early 2000s. In his interview, Gordon will share his CASHFLOW COOKBOOK - $2 million of financial freedom in 60 easy recipes. The shocking state of financial wellness The 10-minute first step to building wealth The one number to track to build wealth Why budgeting can limit your wealth How to add $1 Million to your wealth in 10 hours of work The easy way to streamline your banking Gordon Stein is an international keynote speaker, blogger, personal finance expert, and author of Cashflow Cookbook - $2 Million of Financial Freedom in 60 Easy Recipes. He delivers transformational talks that help people crush their number one stress – their finances. His mission is to improve financial wellness and help us regain focus, balance, and joy in our lives. Gordon combines his trademark wit and no-BS style to speak with employee and association groups, financial advisors,, and the media about a breakthrough path to financial wellness with no risk, minimal effort, minimal sacrifice, and no budgeting.
40 minutes | Oct 23, 2022
Do You Know How to Unlock Hope When Life Seems Hopeless?
In 2013, Colleen Murphy's daughter, Lauren, was hit by a car and suffered severe brain damage. This is a miracle story you do NOT want to miss. Colleen Murphy is a wife, mother of seven, author, and public speaker. Tragedy struck Colleen’s family when her second oldest daughter, Lauren, was hit by a car and suffered severe brain damage. Colleen’s main focus became helping piece Lauren back together again. With the help of specialists from all over the country, her family and friends, as well as her strong faith, she was able to do just that. Today, Colleen and Lauren speak together as a team, inspiring thousands of people by sharing the details of Lauren’s tragic accident, never-give-up attitude, and miraculous recovery. Colleen shares this raw, incredible story in her interview and how to unlock hope -- when life seems hopeless: "There are several low points in the book but one that stands out was when Lauren was an inpatient at RIC and they sent her to Northwestern Hospital for a CT scan, the nurse at RIC did not stay with her. Lauren was still medically fragile, and I was inept at caring for her. She had C-diff and I had to try and clean her without help. Once I finished, she began vomiting and I had to launch myself across the metal bars of the bed to try and hold her head up, so she didn’t choke. I was soaked in vomit and scared. A while later the doctor finally came in to give me the findings of the CT scans and to let me know that Lauren would need a fourth brain surgery. Suddenly the fact that I was soaked with vomit through my bra, was freezing, and had a bag full of diarrhea-covered clothes seemed rather insignificant."
36 minutes | Sep 30, 2022
How Do You Rise to the Challenge of Adopting Special Needs Children?
Children should feel unconditionally valued and accepted regardless of birth circumstance, race, or ability— Trisha Campbell and her family rose to this challenge and adopted five hungry orphans. Trisha had three biological children but decided to ignore the stigma of white families adopting multi-racial children. Trisha K. Campbell is a mother, author, and advocate. After questioning her faith and volunteering in a third-world country, Trisha realized her true calling and God’s purpose for her life. A blended family with several special needs children came with many challenges. During her interview, Trisha shares the pain, struggle, setbacks, and rewards of adopting and caring for a transracial family.
35 minutes | Sep 25, 2022
How Do You Function When You Were Raised in a Dysfunctional Family?
How do you build a healthy relationship with your family when you grew up in a dysfunctional one? Are you ready to create that life and family you dream and desire? Would you like to know how to break off generational dysfunction? Phylis Mantelli is the author of the book Unmothered - Life with a Mom who Couldn't Love Me. She is a coach, mentor, speaker, and passionate advocate for helping women break off generational dysfunction. Through all the mess, even in her own journey of trials and mistakes, Phylis breaks through the pain and replaces it with the heart of a daughter who loves her mom unconditionally until her mom's passing in 2007. After a failed marriage and the death of her baby boy, Phylis believed she did not deserve a happy life and family. She was broken. But she found her WORTH and can help you find yours too. Your determination and life survival skills only last so long - Phylis shares how you can love unconditionally and overcome the pain of the past. Phylis offers a six-week Patience and Grace Coaching course to help you create the family life you deserve and desire Here is her remarkable story of the roller coaster journey of life with an alcoholic mother. She now coaches people on how to love unconditionally and overcome the pain of the past. In her memoir Unmothered, popular blogger and speaker Phylis Mantelli takes the reader on her roller-coaster journey of life with her alcoholic and narcissistic mother.
35 minutes | Sep 20, 2022
How You Can Overcome Any Obstacle Life Throws at You
Joan Benson adopted two infants and two twelve-year-olds to complete what she hoped would be a loving permanent family. The older two boys had many complex emotional problems which made Joan and her husband feel it was above 'their pay grade.' Joan is a wife, mother, grandmother, and author/speaker. She has written for 30 years in educational publishing and her work has been published in multiple magazines. Her debut historical fiction novel, His Gift, was published in 2020. Joan's life was shattered when she was in her forties and her childhood sweetheart, best friend, and only lover left the marriage for a woman 14 years younger. This devastated their Christian community beyond her own personal loss and sense of rejection. This is only the beginning of her story! During her jaw-dropping, amazing interview, Joan shares her story and how you can overcome any obstacle life throws at you - even at the most grievous times in your life.
34 minutes | Aug 26, 2022
How To Build Your Faith to Take Action on Your Dreams
Like many of us - Kevin Bjorklund had moments in his life where regardless of how many people gave him positive feedback, he felt like he had nothing of value. These moments created a sense of hopelessness. Have you had moments like that? Kevin is going to show us today how to recognize and identify those feelings and overcome them. Kevin's background is in film production. For the past ten years, Kevin studied the great leaders on personal development and success which ultimately lead him to a coaching program with Robert Proctor who is part of a legacy of leaders in this space of personal development, success, and mindset. After being coached by him, Kevin became a consultant of the Proctor Gallagher Institute and has dedicated himself to helping people live a life of purpose, mastering their mindset, and tapping into their full potential. Kevin shares how the power of the mind and what limits are placed on people through their mindset. He shows us how to alter old limiting beliefs to become leverage for a breakthrough. During his interview, Kevin answers many of the questions you may have on how to live a life of confidence and success, the importance of goals, and gaining a new perspective: