Harvesting Happiness Podcasts

Wednesday 15th of November 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about:  ⦾ Preserving family memories ⦾ Using the art of storytelling to connect ⦾ Why digital might not be the best way to preserve memories ⦾ Creating a stronger bond through sharing of family history
Wednesday 8th of November 2017
Wednesday 1st of November 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday November 1, 2017 In this week's episode you will learn about:  ⦾ Self compassion and the basis for meaningful change ⦾ 11 laws that will change your life ⦾ How to do your best & forget the rest ⦾ The science behind willpower & how to leverage it
Wednesday 25th of October 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday October 25, 2017 In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ The emotional benefits of talking with strangers ⦾ How to teach stranger safety without evoking fear ⦾ Strategies to get over your hesitation of talking with strangers ⦾ Best places to start a conversation with a stranger
Wednesday 18th of October 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday October 18, 2017 In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ What real self-awareness is and why it's so important ⦾ The fastest way to de-escalate an argument or conflict ⦾ Today's narcissism epidemic and how social media feeds it ⦾ Ignoring words, hearing emotions & why you need to do this
Wednesday 11th of October 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday October 11, 2017 In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Predicting a financial bubble & when it will crash ⦾ What taxes are good for ⦾ Booms, busts and the power of innovation ⦾ The 2017 tax code
Wednesday 4th of October 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Dealing with diminishers and minimizing their impact ⦾ Time-blocking - what it is & why it works ⦾ Simple Steps to Making Change ⦾ Putting ideas into action
Wednesday 27th of September 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Identifying and talking to difficult people without drama ⦾ Why family dynamics are difficult for so many ⦾ True incentives that make people change ⦾ The importance of family therapy
Wednesday 20th of September 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ The difference between sexual fantasy and sexual craving ⦾ Slow love ⦾ Marital romance and long term passion ⦾ Healthy sexual practice
Wednesday 13th of September 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Finding calm amidst life's chaos ⦾ Sleep deprivation's relation to depression ⦾ Why sleep trackers aren't accurate ⦾ Creating better sleep hygiene in your home
Wednesday 6th of September 2017
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Stigma as it relates to mental illness ⦾ How the early onset of manic depression felt for one man ⦾ Coming out with sexual identity and mental illness ⦾ Research proven stigma reduction strategies
Wednesday 30th of August 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday, August 23, 2017 In this week's show you will learn about: ⦾ The truth about your health beliefs & habits ⦾ Creating all-star health for men ⦾ Counteracting your stress response ⦾ Mastering the male metabolism & mojo
Wednesday 23rd of August 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday August 30, 2017 In this week’s episode you will learn about: ⦾ Therapeutic benefits of ancient medicines ⦾ 5-MeO-DMT as an effective drug addiciton treatment ⦾ Ahayuasca as treatment for depression, PTSD, anxiety & more ⦾ What an experience with ancient medicine is like
Wednesday 16th of August 2017
Religious neuroscience Brain networks involved in spiritual feelings How spiritual feelings elevate mood Spirituality and body benefits
Wednesday 9th of August 2017
Original Air Date August 9, 2017 In this show you will learn about: Unsung heroines of World War I Sharegiving – what is it and why is it important? Female sexuality during times of war Life-changing value of forming community with other women
Wednesday 2nd of August 2017
In this week's show you will learn about: What is means to be enlightened or awakened Using Toltec wisdom to influence modern thinking & consciousness Spotting a fraudulent spiritual teacher Attaining true freedom
Wednesday 26th of July 2017
In this week's show you will learn about: Breaking the destructive cycle of conflict Generating motivation in yourself and others Creating a cooperative dynamic Fostering creative pressure & why it's a good thing
Wednesday 19th of July 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday, July 19, 2017 In this week's radio show you will learn about: How women can and should work together to empower each other What it means to be Muslim in Trump's America Discussing & dealing with mental illness within the Muslim-American community Islamaphobia is a threat to all
Wednesday 12th of July 2017
In this week's radio show you will learn about: How science defines what the mind is Neuroplasticity How internal dialogue shapes our view of self Benefits of compassion
Wednesday 5th of July 2017
In this week's radio sh ow you will learn about: Why has the United States intervened so often in foreign lands? Who Dies in Armed Conflicts? How should we act today and in the future? Distinguishing the enemy from the innocent in war
Monday 26th of June 2017
Original Air Date Wednesday, June 28, 2017 During this week's radio show you will learn about: Bridging the willpower gap How the brain blocks weight loss Making diet changes in 40's and beyond Libido & sexual function as we age
Wednesday 21st of June 2017
Original Air Date June 21, 2017 During this week's radio show you will learn about: Using sound as a guideline for proper cutting & cooking techniques What everyone needs to know about selecting vegetables The science of selecting and preparing meat Vegetable butchery 101
Wednesday 14th of June 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The role of culture and gender in personal empowerment How Wonder Woman's relationship with mother & sisters influenced her Implementing change for a better tomorrow What pushes someone to act heroically on behalf of those in need?
Wednesday 7th of June 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Yoga truly is for all body sizes & types The science of yoga Changing your perspective to change your experience The secret formula for happiness
Wednesday 31st of May 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Taming temporary chaos brought on by divorce The golden keys of acceptance, forgiveness and moving on Your TLC action plan Taking responsibility for your own experience
Wednesday 24th of May 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The dysfunction of our foster care system & what can be done Psychological symptoms of abuse & why victims don't usually come forward The cycle of abuse and it's relation to mental illness Misconceptions about abusers & what parents must watch for
Wednesday 17th of May 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Creating your own security Launching back in after a significant break Facing fear by reducing risk Re-crafting your career
Wednesday 10th of May 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Helping Parkinson’s patients retain their independence Advanced Deep Brain Stimulation Staircase illusion to ease walking Parkinson’s modifying drugs & biomarkers
Wednesday 3rd of May 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: What is problem gambling? Scientific findings that give understanding of this disorder What made a hard core problem gambler want to stop for good How gamblers and their loved ones can find recovery
Tuesday 25th of April 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why serenity matters more than happiness What destination addiction is Why self-value is often tied to money & possessions Focusing on the journey instead the end result
Wednesday 19th of April 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about:
  • Inspiring curiosity through astrology
  • What happens during Mercury Retrograde
  • Using Astrology as a means of self-awareness
  • Planning during Mercury Retrograde
Wednesday 12th of April 2017
Original Air Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Steps to recover after heartbreak and painful abandonment How to find and love your new life What to do if you find yourself emotionally stuck Accepting that life has a divine order
Wednesday 5th of April 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Transforming your health from the inside out Properly nourishing your ageing body How changing the voice in your head will contribute to your success Recognizing normal body changes
Wednesday 29th of March 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Incorporating wellness into all aspects of life Connecting with purpose Using sweetness, structure and space for life makeover Garnering joy in doing for others
Wednesday 22nd of March 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Incorporating wellness into all aspects of life Connecting with purpose Using sweetness, structure and space for life makeover Garnering joy in doing for others
Wednesday 15th of March 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The United Nations International Day of Happiness Lisa's New Book "Are We Happy Yet? Eight Keys to Unlocking a Joyful Life" The UN's World Happiness Report How to begin your personal evolution and find authentic happiness
Wednesday 8th of March 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Psychobiotics How a bio-marker is being used to diagnose and treat PTSD Communication between the mind and the gut New research and developments in the treatment of PTSD
Wednesday 1st of March 2017
Air Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The ideological war on science Lessons we can draw from the current state of humanity Scientific code of ethics The relationship between science and public policy
Wednesday 22nd of February 2017
Making peace with and silencing your inner critic; Using meditation to connect with yourself and others Air Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Awakening from the illusion of separation Practicing the grace of "let it be" while enjoying our hectic world Using awareness and compassion to navigate life's storms What neuroscience has to say about our inner critic
Wednesday 15th of February 2017
Charm, connect & entice your way to success Air Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Getting the best out of those you lead Creating authentic connection with anyone Sabrosura - what it is & how to get it The power of seduction
Wednesday 8th of February 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Using conflict to strengthen your relationship Negotiating effectively to get your needs met Why trust is so important and how it's created Dangers of martyrdom in a relationship
Wednesday 1st of February 2017
Food is more than fuel - it nourishes the body and soul Air Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Southern sweets & treats - why are they so irresistibly good? Recipes that make the humble potato fabulous! Why family, faith, friends & good food matter so much Fascinating spud facts and history
Wednesday 25th of January 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Seeing through media spin How to support freedom of speech without political correctness Making a difference by getting involved with local politics Communicating with your elected officials
Wednesday 18th of January 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to recognize an unfolding crisis in children and teens Why the definition of "success" doesn't mean a diploma from an elite school The importance of raising children with a sense of reality Putting yourself out of a job as a parent
Wednesday 11th of January 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Prevention of diseases commonly associated with ageing Why being too cheerful isn't good for your health What pre-disease really means and what to do about it The relationship between conscientiousness and longevity
Wednesday 4th of January 2017
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The psychology of color How organizations will focus on their workforce in 2017 Pantone's color of the year Labor market and climate predictions
Wednesday 28th of December 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why creating a fulfilling, anxiety-free life is within reach The myth behind the power of positive thinking Keys to creating real success How meditation and yoga cleanse the mind and make us more purposeful
Wednesday 21st of December 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Using photography to connect with others Meaningful listening, especially during times of division Benefits of listening Healing through photography
Wednesday 14th of December 2016
Air Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Getting the best results from dating Why dating should be forever Helping your partner when they're in a dark space What it takes to be a love warrior
Wednesday 7th of December 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The antidote to compulsive thinking Surrendering your sorrow Building your faith to allow room for inner peace Learning to live without seeking approval
Wednesday 30th of November 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Finding peace in a frantic world The advantage of turning toward difficulties How mind-body medicine improves symptoms and bodily function Waking up from autopilot
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016
Air Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Nanotechnology - what it is and how it can benefit you Cutting edge developments Advantages of nanosensors Industry challenges
Wednesday 16th of November 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Cultivating optimism to build resilience in children Why time-outs and quick fix punishments are lethal to self-control The Mindful Discipline approach How discipline develops & why it matters
Wednesday 9th of November 2016
Airs Live On: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The science of surprise - how we change as a result The connection between spiritual transformation and physics Exploring the world's hidden wonders Unique collections in your neighborhood and across the globe
Wednesday 2nd of November 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Surprising ingredients you can and should smoke The dos and don'ts of smoking How to select vegetables Vegetable butchery basics
Wednesday 26th of October 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why the strong don't always survive and thrive Five areas of fitness to achieve your best life How to have a healthy relationship with stress The essential art of building resilience
Wednesday 19th of October 2016
Learn how to recover after heartbreak + Overcoming a devastating loss + Abandon your childhood demons and break through to a richer, fuller life. Airs: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Steps for how to to recover after heartbreak and painful abandonment How to find and love your new life What to do if you find yourself emotionally stuck Accepting that life has a divine order
Wednesday 12th of October 2016
Airs: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Passion triangle - what is it and why is it important? Creating mindful sexuality Marital romance and romantic long-term passion Slow love - what is it and how to find it
Wednesday 5th of October 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Ridding yourself of old negative stories Empathic CBT What makes us susceptible to "noisy" worries Changing the way we talk to ourselves
Wednesday 28th of September 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: A formula for happiness Why you should bother changing not-so-good-for-you habits How mindfulness and connecting with your inner voice will release the best in you The secret to successfully changing habits
Wednesday 21st of September 2016
Airs Wednesday, September 21, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why you are important in this election Demystifying the election process What the election is really about. Hint - it's not the candidates Understanding ballot propositions and the electoral process
Wednesday 14th of September 2016
Airs Wednesday, September 14, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How photography affects the one behind the lens Hearing the biography, not ideology Using photography to heal The impact of feeling heard
Wednesday 7th of September 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Remaining open while suffering Surrendering to life changes Healing through telling your story Connecting with your emotional truth
Wednesday 31st of August 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Talking about death - why it is important How to find peace and healing before you or a loved one passes on Helping your loved one transition to death Facing one's own mortality
Wednesday 24th of August 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why failure is not only necessary, it's good! The essential skill of learning from failure Why overparenting doesn't work How to foster intrinsic motivation
Wednesday 17th of August 2016
Airs Wednesday, August 17, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to refine your inner clock The secret to making permanent, long-lasting change The role of insight versus information How to fit more into your day yet feel more relaxed
Wednesday 10th of August 2016
During this week's show you will learn about: New methods of collaboration Why having the right people on your teamatters more than your idea How to connect with the right people to make your goal become reality Using technology to cross a social divide
Wednesday 3rd of August 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Blue Ocean Strategy - what it is and how it can benefit you How to gain an edge over your competition Limitless possibilities with strategic innovation A new brand of faith that's bringing people together
Wednesday 27th of July 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Ways to be a global citizen Ways to make a difference for others around the world Turning depression into a message of hope and inspiration for others Finding happiness and confidence
Wednesday 20th of July 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Fostering kindness and self-assurance in our youth Mindfulness and connectedness Emotional weight - what it is and how to release it The connection between emotional fitness and physical fitness
Wednesday 13th of July 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The new way to learn excellence Why trusting yourself is important and how to do it Why you ought to do your best and forget the rest Why consistency reigns supreme
Wednesday 6th of July 2016
Airs Wednesday, July 6, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Keys to creating success Is positive thinking simply a myth? How meditation and yoga cleanse the mind and make us more purposeful A fulfilling and anxiety free life is within reach
Wednesday 29th of June 2016
Airs Wednesday, June 29, 2016 During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to practice compassionate spiritual discernment The mystery of interbeing - convincing yourself that you're really connected to everything Finding your mission Expecting obstacles and learning to stand alone
Wednesday 22nd of June 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The biggest challenges faced by med students How mentoring of pre-med and med students is changing medicine the medical community What the key pieces to are to connecting with others Research showing that empathy from doctors and medical staff improves health outcomes
Wednesday 15th of June 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to avoid typical daily distractions and interruptions What we can learn from Marines and nursing home residents about generating motivation What mental toughness is Can mental toughness be learned?
Wednesday 8th of June 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How conscious conversation reveals what humanity has been seeking, Has the New Age already passed? What Whole Self Management is and Changes brought through near death experience
Wednesday 1st of June 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The role relating to the whole self has in achieving recovery, Reaching for emotional, mental and physical freedom, ACoA Trauma Syndrome: what it is and how it affects adult relationships and Steps toward healing the fragmented self
Wednesday 25th of May 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Breakthrough approaches to treating depression, The paradigm shift in how depression treatment is approached,How self-esteem impacts behavior,The science behind making healthy changes
Wednesday 18th of May 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: What's really behind your food cravings? Eating disorders, Fostering awareness by eating without distractions and Finding your artistic voice
Wednesday 11th of May 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about A New Vision for End of Life Care Including Pailliative and Hospice,How to Live While Consciously Dying, Beginning a Narrative With Your Loved Ones About Dying and Eco-Friendly Burial Options
Wednesday 4th of May 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why We Are Here to Fulfill Four Fundamental Purposes, How to Find Direction When Faced With Difficult Challenges, Taming the Task and Knowing When to Say “No”
Wednesday 27th of April 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to Define Intimacy What is Polarity and Hw to Make it Work Keeping That Sexy Sizzle for the Long Term What Goes on in the Bedrooms of Happy Couples
Wednesday 20th of April 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Five Components to Wellbeing Functional Medicine and Positive Psychology Benefits of Ending Stress Tools to End Stress
Wednesday 13th of April 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about:How to Make Your Money Grow and Get Your Expenses Under Control,Why Eating Better and Exercising Can Help You Save LOTS of Money Changes in Investing and Finance Since The Great Recession and What is an Angel Investor and How to Connect With One.
Wednesday 6th of April 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about Reframing and Retextualizing Your Experiences, Rediscovering the Lost Spiritual History of the West, The Significance of Community in Life and the Quest for Meaning and Where we are in the Struggle for an Ecological and Holistic Future
Wednesday 30th of March 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about Buckminster Fuller's 56 Year Personal Experiment, The Essence of Fuller's Unique Message and Why it it Important,What the Infrastructure of Our Future Will Look Like and What Emerging Industries Will Surge Ahead
Wednesday 23rd of March 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Best Place to Begin Creating Inner Harmony Why Loneliness is si Pervasive in our Society Today How to Truly Connect With Others Even if You Don’t Feel Like it Three Things You Can Do to Stop Feeling Lonely Now
Wednesday 16th of March 2016
With Karen Wang Diggs and Kenji Lopez-Alt During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Dispelling Long Held Cooking Myths Philosophy of Recipe Development How the Health of Your Gut is Tied to Your Mood Diet Control Isn’t Always About Will Power
Wednesday 9th of March 2016
Why Paying Attention to Feelings Doesn’t Always Lead to Solid Decision;How to Feel Your Feelings Without Caving in to Them; Why Cursing or Using Profanity Can Make One Feel Bette;Finding Positive Ways to Live With What You Can’t Change
Wednesday 2nd of March 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about The Great Joy in Creating Something to Give to Others, The Connection Between Charities and Quilters, How to Take a Step Back in Order to Move Forward and Spiritual Rewards and Sense of Community in Domestic Hobbies
Wednesday 24th of February 2016
With Guests Brett Culp and Eric Maisel During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Rethinking Mental Health Disorders, Tips For Parents With Struggling Children, Connecting With Our Inner Super Hero and Using Film to Make a Positive Impact
Wednesday 17th of February 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn Why It's So Easy to Select the Wrong Partner,The Five Most Important Principles of a Secure Relationship,What is Takes to be a Love Warrior and How Our Relationships Affect Our Health
Wednesday 10th of February 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about Slow Food – What It Is, and Why Its Cultivation is Important, Food Consumption’s Affect on Climate Change and What Can Be Done About It, The Value of Alternative Forms of Agriculture, Especially In Urban Areas and Vertical Farming’s Far Reaching Benefits
Wednesday 3rd of February 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How Drugs Were Dealt with Before They Were Banned, Why Drugs Were Banned – It Isn’t What We’ve Been Lead to Believe, The Connection Between the United States Addiction Epidemic and Pain Relievers, How Addiction Moved From Big Cities to the Suburbs
Wednesday 27th of January 2016
What It Means to be Cool During this week’s radio show you will learn: What “cool” means, How the concept of cool began, How coolness relates to society and happiness, The P.L.U.R. movement then and now and How to up your cool factor
Tuesday 19th of January 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Health Benefits of Music, How the Creative Process Changes When Aimed at a Goal Versus Entertainment or Aesthetic Experiences, The Smule Mission and Community, How the Way We Experience Music Has Changed Over the Past One Hundred Years and How Technology Enables Musicians From All Across the Globe to Collaborate
Wednesday 13th of January 2016
I this week's episode you will learn What is Psycho-Oncology? How Virtues and Character Strengths Relate To Aging,Is It “Older and Wiser” or “No Fool Like an Old Fool”? Rethinking the Second Half of Life and How Baby Boomers Are Changing the Rules of Retirement
Wednesday 6th of January 2016
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How Experiences Provide More Social Value Than Material Why We Derive More Enduring Happiness From Experiences Than the Material What is a Digital Nomad? How to Run Your Business From Anywhere in the World and Live Your Dream Lifestyle
Wednesday 30th of December 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Blue Zones and What They Can Teach Us Why Going Blue Can Make Us Healthier and Happier Getting the Perfect Deliciousness Out of Every Bite You Take Simple Hacks for Your Food for Optimal Eating
Wednesday 23rd of December 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How meditation and a high profile, high stress job can mix Steps to admit you need help with your well-being Does meditation re-wire the brain? Meditation’s make-over How to start a modern meditation practice
Wednesday 16th of December 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to Find Your Sacred Space and Center in the Midst of Holiday Madness How to Connect with Holiday Sacredness — in Your Home & in Yourself Everyday Sacredness The Benefits of Standing in Line The Relationship Between Waiting and Thinking
Wednesday 9th of December 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Neurochemistry of Depression The Elements of Positive Neuroscience Our Brain on Relationships A “Healthy Brain” is an Integrated and Integrating Brain A “Happy Mind” is a Mind that Arises from an Integrating Brain, and from Integrating Relationships
Wednesday 2nd of December 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Insight from Best-Selling Adult Coloring Book Author Johanna Basford Therapy and Play Through Coloring Coloring as Part of Flow Changes In Our Brain Why Coloring Works in Therapy and in Play
Wednesday 25th of November 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How the Act of Thanks is Shown Through Food and Cooking Engaging All Our Senses Through Food Experiences Over Objects Leading to Joy Learning Tradition from Past Generations Holiday Cultural Traditions
Wednesday 18th of November 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Eleusinian Mysteries and How They Apply Today Using the Legendary Stories of Mythology to Connect with Your Inner Soul Mythological Archetypes and How We Use Them Today’s Hero’s Journey The Life’s Work of Joseph Campbell
Wednesday 11th of November 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Needs of Veterans Before, During and After Service Raising Awareness of your Local Military Neighbor and How to Make a Difference History of the Blue Angels and Why They Exist How the Blue Angels Contribute to Military Morale Upcoming Live Shows and Events
Wednesday 4th of November 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Embracing Transition and Approaching Wholeness Journey Through Suffering and Finding Joy What Does Wholeness Mean Moving Through Relationships – From Marriage to Parenthood The Shelf Life of Relationships
Wednesday 28th of October 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why We Work Does Anybody Want to Work? Happy and the Workplace The Universal Question all People Must Ask Making Good and Bad Decisions Through Transitions
Wednesday 14th of October 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Start and Journey of Lifetile Preserving a Life Digitally Capturing the Most Important Moments vs the Day to Day The Listening Project and What it Does How It Has Shaped the New Storytelling
Wednesday 7th of October 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: What It Means to Broadcast Happy Powerhouse Women and Positive Work in Media and Business Happy City and the IMPACTv Conference The SHE Summit How Woman Can Unleash Full Potential and Happiness
Wednesday 30th of September 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Sexual Cycles and Loops How Couples of Different Sexual Desire Levels Reconcile The Power Struggle of Sex Reclaiming Attraction and Intimacy Gender Wars and “Dogma” in Tantra/Relational work
Wednesday 23rd of September 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Root of Addiction in Early Childhood Development The Meaning of Soul Sickness The Distinction Between Addiction and Disease Psychological Elements that Lock In Addiction Social Factors That Entrench Addictive Habits
Wednesday 16th of September 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Real Meaning of the Word Tantra The Value of Tantra in Western Civilization How Tantra Can Affect All Areas of Life from Relationships to Money What Tantra Can Teach Us About Ecology and Living a Green Life Tantra as the “Yoga of Life and Why It’s Just Not About Sex
Tuesday 8th of September 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Single Most Important Thing You Need to Understand About the Power of Technology What Does it Mean to be “Connected” in the 21st Century? What it Means to be a Woman Filmmaker Digital Detoxes: Do they work? How long do you have to go on them to see benefits? Contemplative Computing
Wednesday 2nd of September 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How our Minds Work with Information Overload The Scientific Reasons Against Multi-Tasking Why Some People are More Organized Than Others The List Producer and Productivity Tools to Stay On Task and Organized
Wednesday 26th of August 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Do It For The Love Foundation and its Purpose The Connection Between Music and Hope The Global Dance Initiative and its Mission True Stories of Healing The Passion Behind Music and Dance and the Effect on the Spirit
Wednesday 19th of August 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Khan Academy’s Mission and Work Outside of the Classroom The Importance of Teaching ‘Hustle’ The Power of Personalized Learning How Trust Affects Education of Those Dealing With Trauma What is Inspiring in Public Education Today
Wednesday 12th of August 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Learn about the Hidden Heroes What to Learn From Those Who Step Up in the Face of Disaster Individual Stories of Courage and Bravery from the Front Lines The Organization ShelterBox and their work around the Globe What You Can Do in the Face of Disaster
Wednesday 5th of August 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The New Dawn of Knitting and Taking Back a Time Old Tradition What Place Knitting Has Now in Fashion, Mindful Work and Health The Homemade vs Mass Produced Revolution Connection Through Group Practice Knitting as Mindful Meditation
Wednesday 29th of July 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Less Doing, More Living Method What does Optimize, Automate, Outsource mean? Reclaiming Your Life from Chronic Illness Science-Based Strategies to Harness Your Best Time and Get Your Most Important Work Done Setting Up the Right Conditions for Productivity
Wednesday 22nd of July 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Broaching the Difficult Conversation about Death Discussing End of Life Care with Family What Death Can Teach Us About Living What Role Dignity Plays in Dying Well
Thursday 16th of July 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Connection Between Music and Yoga What Music and Movement Do Together Exploring Music Therapy The International Association of Music and Medicine
Thursday 2nd of July 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Vertical Farm and Changing the Landscape of Urban Communities How to Make the Transition into Vertical Farming The Ripple Affect for Local Communities The Heart & Trotter and the Expansion of Whole Animal Local Butcheries Choosing Sustainable, Humane and Local Meat Sources
Monday 29th of June 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Identifying the Flaws and Initiating Change Within the US Legal System Why the Letter of the Law Can Become Irrelevant What Can Be Done to Enable Our Legal System to Operate the Way It Was Meant To The Purpose and Place of Compassion Within the Justice System Changes That Can Happen on a Local Level
Wednesday 24th of June 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Tackling Our Biggest Obstacles in Order to Live Passionately Where & How Courage Thrives The Interplay Between Courage & Joy The Power of Declaration
Monday 15th of June 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Habits that Contribute to our Happiness Knowing Ourselves Before Changing Habits The Study of Habits and Happiness Habits that Get in the Way of our Productivity Making Play a Habit
Wednesday 10th of June 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Process of Negotiating with Ourselves The Fundamental Steps to Getting to Yes How Flow Affects Human Performance The Flow Genome Project What Technological Advancements Tell Us About Ourselves and Culture
Tuesday 2nd of June 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Difficulty in Talking About Suicide The Global View of Suicide Finding Peace After Suicide The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans (SAV) Act How the SAV Act will Draw Attention to Military and Veteran Suicide and Mental Illness
Tuesday 26th of May 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Blue Zones and What They Can Teach Us Why Going Blue Can Make Us Healthier and Happier Getting the Perfect Deliciousness Out of Every Bite You Take Simple Hacks for Your Food for Optimal Eating
Wednesday 20th of May 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Why We Are Taught To Resist Our Cravings The Root of Desire How Self-Esteem Lives Within a Comforted Body How to Nourish and Accept Our Cravings
Wednesday 13th of May 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Encountering the Battle of Divorce How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist Strategies and Tips to Focus on the Future What it Really Means to Put Children First and Parental Pitfalls Scripting to Change Your Mental Outlooks
Wednesday 6th of May 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The biological effects of altruism The helpers high Altruism and cyberspace Digital altruism and the cyberhero archetype Counterbalancing the negative uses of technology with altruism
Wednesday 29th of April 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Meeting the Growing and Changing Needs of the Veteran Post-Traumatic Stress are the “invisible wounds of war” and a normal response to prolonged abnormal stress exposure How mindfulness and contemplative meditation practices can bring relief to PTS symptoms Resources offering help to those who have served in our Military and in need of compassionate support
Wednesday 22nd of April 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Tom’s journey from Hollywood big shot to big heart The power of conscious media The healing impact of Tom’s film, I AM Loving and inspiring others from the heart
Wednesday 15th of April 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Realizing your Greatest Longings through Cultivating Thankfulness Tips and Practices for Gratefulness When We’re Feeling Anything But The Scientific Definition of Gratitude The Mechanisms, or Psychological Processes that Underlie the Beneficial Impact of Gratitude Research-tested Ways to Practice Gratitude
Wednesday 8th of April 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Soul Shifts and Personal Growth Emotional Freedom Blending Play and Purpose The Role of Momentum in how We Create New Tools for Play and Success
Wednesday 1st of April 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Feeding the hungry heart Food as medicine Negative emotions as cancer How unconditional joy prepares us for conscious dying What suffering teaches us about living
Wednesday 25th of March 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The number of women who experience traumatic events & why women are more likely to develop PTSD How the functionality of the body can respond to trauma How nutritional supplements support recovery How to properly feed your body and soul through recovery and beyond How exercise can help rebuild muscle and reconnect body, mind and spirit for a more balanced recovery and lifestyle
Wednesday 18th of March 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: International Happiness Day – March 20 The Use of Happy Maps Project + Natural Anti-Depressants Positive Prescription
Wednesday 11th of March 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The new uses of mindful meditation in the Western World How large corporations are integrating mindful meditation into the workplace The scientific effects of mindful meditation on the brain The different areas of the brain associated with stress relief and well-being Starting and maintaining a mindful meditation practice
Thursday 5th of March 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The emotion in logic and why our instincts are not irrational How we create emotional rules to guide our interactions with others Why emotions are a an effective and sophisticated tool for balancing and complementing our rational side The role of modern philosophy on reason and happiness The emphasis philosophy places on reason and the way that affects happiness
Wednesday 25th of February 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Narcissist in the Workplace, Bedroom and Relationships The New Book “The Narcissist Next Door” The Difference in Narcissism Generation to Generation The Cultural Shift That Makes it Happen Exploring “Generation Me”
Wednesday 18th of February 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: New Treatments for War Trauma Time Perspective Therapy The Work of Team Rubicon The Difference Team Rubicon Makes for Veterans and Disaster Relief The Value of Veterans and Their Continued Service
Wednesday 11th of February 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Looking at Love Cycles The Questions to Ask in a Committed Relationship The Effect of Love on the Brain What Cheating Means in a Relationship What Attracts Us to a Partner
Wednesday 4th of February 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Using the Mirror of Relationships Balancing Closeness and Independence Becoming Aware of Our Unconscious Patterns The Biggest Mistakes in Communicating Between Men and Women Leading up to Valentine’s Day, What Both Gender Can Do To Improve the Holiday
Wednesday 28th of January 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Tips for Self-Hypnosis How to Hack Your Brain for Positive Changes Self-Hypnosis and Eating, Stress Reduction and Improving Relationships Identifying Grit The Relationship between Grit and Self-Control
Wednesday 21st of January 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Creating a personal State of the Union for your life Learn to identify your own values and intentions Defining what you can do for the Greater Good Learn from two recognized game changing leaders who are making a difference in the power of connectivity
Wednesday 14th of January 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The #DefineBrave Campaign from Katie K. Active Personal Stories about Overcoming Adversity Women Entrepreneurs Making a Difference: Pride & Glory and Mind.Body.Spirit EXPERIENCE Explore Non-Profits: FinalSaluteInc.org and StopCAIDNow.org
Wednesday 7th of January 2015
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to Set Challenges for 2015 The Secret to Keeping New Year’s Resolutions Learn about Spark People and Their Mission Five Strategies for Finding Your “Sweet Spot” in Home and Work
Wednesday 24th of December 2014
How to take our goals & add gratitude to reduce holiday stress. The New year is upon us. Have you made you New Year’s Resolutions yet? Do you stick with them longer than a week? Are you giving gratitude for even the small things in life? Stressed out? My guest this week will be sharing with us how to take our goals, add gratitude, and reduce holiday stress.
Wednesday 17th of December 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How Change Can Open the Door for Miracles How to Welcome Grace into our Lives What We Can Learn from Children and Animals The Discoveries of 21st Century Angels The Common Ground Between Theology and Science
Wednesday 10th of December 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Healthy Eating Around the Holidays The Ten Commandments of Holiday Eating for Healthy Skin Keeping Your Spirituality Intact with Holiday Pressures Using Imperfection Daily How Daily Chores Can Become Part of a Spiritual Practice
Wednesday 3rd of December 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Heroic Imagination Project Redefining Heroism in the 21st Century Universal Human Tendencies How to Make Ourselves Better Bystanders Promoting Moral Courage in Children
Wednesday 26th of November 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: Defining Moments That Matter Tools and Techniques to Practice Gratitude Daily What Gratitude Does to our Brain Using Gratitude to Heal Gratitude Mantras
Wednesday 19th of November 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Good Life Project Maker-centric Business and Aligned Entrepreneurship Slow Money Principles The Benefits of Investing Small and Locally
Wednesday 12th of November 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Challenges and Stigma Associated with Returning Home From War Why Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a Normal Response to War and Adversity How Society Can Support and Empower Our Veterans to Achieve Greatness Why Healing and Support of Our Veterans Matter to Create a Legacy of Healthy Americans
Wednesday 5th of November 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: The Five Dynamics of Health Health Care vs Disease Care Psycho-Spiritual Health The role loving your body plays in health Immediate steps to change your nutrition
Wednesday 29th of October 2014
During this week’s show you will learn about: The disguise those with mental illness wear The Human Power Project The changes needed in mental illness curriculum Are all artists a little crazy? Taking off the mask of mental health and uncovering the true self
Wednesday 22nd of October 2014
During this week’s show you will learn about: The true nature of human creative endeavors The most unlikely places to find innovation, success, and new ideas How to revel in our blunders and failures A new language for success and failure The way a new relationship with your life purpose can alleviate depression, anxiety and addiction Top tips for living your creative life
Wednesday 15th of October 2014
During this week’s show you will learn about: What enables change in your life The biocognitive approach The MindBody Code The Emotion Mind vs the Logic Mind Wise Mind Living
Wednesday 8th of October 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Comfort addiction Some advantages of narcissism Some limits of kindness Why you should be your ‘whole’ self
Wednesday 1st of October 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Eating Disorders and how they change our relationship to food What role negative body image plays Intuitive Eating National Kale Day The connection between food and mental health How food helps or hinders our brain’s ability to receive happiness
Wednesday 24th of September 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How to be a conscious partner Power struggles and the blame game Relationship ingredients From fizzle to sizzle: re-igniting your relationship What to make a priority
Wednesday 17th of September 2014
During this week’s radio show you will learn about: How Qi is the real secret of creativity. What mind mapping is and what it has to do with creativity. Brain-based coaching How our brains work and physically process feelings of fear and anxiety
Wednesday 10th of September 2014
During this week’s show you will learn about: The power of appreciation in blessing. Research on the connection between healing and prayer. The connections between intuition and creativity, imagination and empathy, dreams and daily life. “Intuitive stream drawing”
Wednesday 3rd of September 2014
During this week’s show you will learn about: Men’s nutrition and health How men’s health benefits women Ayurveda Digestive Fire Obesity
Wednesday 27th of August 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Buddhist Geeks and what they do for the global community Mindhackers Where spirituality is headed with the exponential growth of technology The Buddhify App Mind-positive technology
Wednesday 20th of August 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: CAMMO and the work they do Music Therapy and what it does for those with PTSD CAMMO’s work with veterans, service members and their families The importance of music as an expression of thought Raising awareness of depression through music
Thursday 7th of August 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: The role of optimism in our success and happiness How to define success in our work lives Methods to dealing with negativity in the workplace The importance of rewarding yourself and others How to take ownership of your work and why it’s important
Wednesday 6th of August 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: How technology can help us find flow The future of “digital” happiness The role of today’s media culture in our well-being Is there a standard to beauty and self-worth
Wednesday 30th of July 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: en*theos Optimal Living Optimal Business Conscious Capitalism How to be a Warrior
Wednesday 23rd of July 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: What is constructive about wallowing? Fear of our own emotions Is anger really toxic? Buddha’s way to happy Mindfulness of emotion
Wednesday 16th of July 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Well-being and addiction recovery through Buddhist Meditation Refuge Recovery Digital Detoxes: Do they work? How long do you have to go on them to see benefits? Contemplative Computing
Wednesday 9th of July 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: How meditation and a high profile, high stress job can mix Steps to admit you need help with your well-being Does meditation re-wire the brain? Meditation’s make-over How to start a meditation practice
Wednesday 2nd of July 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Happiness as a fundamental part of the foundation of Declaration of Independence The pursuit of happiness as an unalienable right Concept of happiness and how it is tied to civic responsibility The power of volunteering Personal activism How the average person can play a role in our local and regional governments
Wednesday 25th of June 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Theories of humor What is a sense of humor Humor in dark and troubling times Why we laugh The benefit of positive emotions Hardwiring for Happiness
Tuesday 17th of June 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Chotchky The creation of wanting The 3LP’s Are we all innocent? The perception of “I”
Wednesday 11th of June 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: The Great Dad’s Project What stands in the way of becoming a great parent Father Nature Stay-at-home Dad role models Our nation’s support of military families
Wednesday 4th of June 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Happy Money and getting the most from your spending The science of spending Why following your money instincts may not be right How money plays with your libido What role economics plays in our relationships
Wednesday 28th of May 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Stand Up For Mental Health Changing public attitude towards mental illness How comedy can be therapeutic Bi-Polar illness and Depression Tips for dealing with mental illness
Wednesday 21st of May 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: How parenting is like driving a taxi cab How the S.M.A.R.T. method simplifies parenting Do men and women parent differently? Making peace with imperfection Creating strategy to keep life in perspective How to foster resiliency for your kids and in your parenting
Wednesday 14th of May 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Inspire Me Today How to focus on the “What” and the “Why” and let go of the “How” How to Celebrate in Advance Tips for gratefulness What is inspiration? What blocks us or stops us from following our inspiration?
Wednesday 7th of May 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Stress reduction Resiliency building Peak performance through health How sleep affects wellness The reason and design behind the Pillo1 promoting better sleep
Wednesday 30th of April 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: The importance of sleep to health What gets in the way of good sleep How nutrition feeds into sleep health Who is Pro Player Health Alliance? The future of sleep medicine
Wednesday 23rd of April 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Having a dream job Being a female in the gaming industry Losing the passion Making room for positive relationships in your life What businesses can do to contribute to the global community
Wednesday 16th of April 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: How important communication about intimacy is between couples Simple steps that couples can take right now to dramatically improve their emotional, physical and spiritual intimacy How to put the fireworks back into your relationship Why the Big O is the best gift for your body How to take the pressure off fertility and focus on connection, intimacy and love
Wednesday 9th of April 2014
During this week's show, you'll learn about: Understand the nature of suffering Recognizing our own responsibilities for world peace Unveiling our peace
Wednesday 2nd of April 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Is being materialistic a bad thing? Why do we need physical things to remind us of our spiritual truth? Can a person be interested in fashion and their appearance and still be spiritual? How can other women prescribe themselves shoes or clothing to help them step into their greatness? Traveling the country in search of the happiest people in America - from every walk of life. The connections (or lack of connections) between happiness and: age, money, community/connection, smiling, comedy, and laughing, and service/giving. The power of focus and choice with regards to happiness. The paradoxical effects of pursuing happiness - how those who pursue happiness may actually be making themselves more unhappy
Wednesday 26th of March 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Veterans Mental Health Writing and Power of Storytelling How making a film based on rape brought with joy and inspiration Starting a dialogue about rape and connecting with other victims Body image, being a feminist and recovering from an eating disorder
Wednesday 19th of March 2014
During this week’s show, you’ll learn about: entrepreneurUPRISING2014 Flashpoints/Flashpoints for achievers journal Crisis of Trust No higher calling than serving others (why veterans make great team members and business owners) Relationships and sex
Wednesday 12th of March 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: Understanding Women in 5 Simple Steps A Woman’s Mind The alliances of A Circle of Women and The Art of LIVING Coalition The art of living and what it means to be an artist for life Creativity, Consciousness, Community
Wednesday 5th of March 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about: What Betsy does as an end of life guide The documentary - Bringing Death to Life Betsy's role as the hostess of Death Cafe Los Angeles Seattle’s only green funeral home How Jeff creates celebrations around a life well lived
Wednesday 26th of February 2014
Jamie Tworkowski’s intention was never to start a worldwide movement- it was to help a friend. What started as a small support group for a friend suffering from depression and addiction, quickly launched into the prominent non-profit organization, To Write Love On Her Arms. To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Since its start in 2006, they have donated over 1 million dollars directly into treatment and recovery and have answered over 170,000 emails from over 100 countries.
Wednesday 19th of February 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn how you can figure out your dreams in 3 easy steps, the most common dreams and what they mean, 5 fascinating facts about dream, how sleep improves memory and lowers stress, how it sharpens attention, and rules to consider to promote healthy sleep.
Monday 3rd of February 2014
During this weeks radio show you hear from Cable Car about the reason we feel the desire to continuously create, accomplishing a life dream, the serendipity of our meeting and love or working with one another You will hear from Amber on from broken on Broadway to beautiful with bodyheart, R-O-C-K Your body Right Now, C-ommit to taking micro-steps that lead to massive change
Wednesday 29th of January 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about the ripple effect of sharing, how sharing your story can give others hope, why we need more conscious media, how we can create more synergy with each other, what the new “gifting” economy will look like
Wednesday 22nd of January 2014
During this weeks radio show you will learn about female aggression towards other females, forced marriage, competition between co-wives, glass ceilings in the workplace, the wide reach of betrayal blindness, how women fail to recognize when they are being betrayed, speaking our truth
Wednesday 15th of January 2014
Deborah Lewis launched Channel Productions in 2010 to create the first directories of their kind specializing in creative style videos that captured global attention. While covering a fundraiser for Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Service Dogs, Deborah became intrigued by this emerging and miraculous treatment for veterans who would otherwise face a desperate end. In the summer of 2013, she began production on the documentary "A Life of Thai" to raise awareness of the extraordinary support service dogs can bring to reclusive veterans battling PTSD. Channel Productions is presently raising funds for these highly trained service dogs. To learn more about Deborah and her work, visit: www.channelproductions.ca As the daughter of a beloved children's entertainer, Mallory Lewis has been deeply involved in children's entertainment her entire life! Following her mother's passing in 1998, Mallory began appearing with Lamb Chop at live and televised events, entertaining at thousands of venues as varied as the State Fairs, Performing Arts Centers, Cruise Ships and Military Bases around the world. Mallory and Lamb Chop have spent a decade on bases all over the world, and LOVE touring with the USO and entertaining the troops and their families. In fact, Lamb Chop was recently "pinned" by a Marine General, and now makes Mallory salute her before every show! As an author, she has penned 20 children's novels, and is a multiple Emmy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner for "Outstanding Writing in a Children's Series." To learn more about Mallory and her work, visit: www.malloryandlambchop.com Barry Westholm is a 31-year Veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). He has been deployed on several CAF, UN and NATO Tours to locations including the former West Germany, Cambodia, Haiti, Central America and Syria. In 2013, Sergeant Major Westholm resigned from the CAF in protest over the poor management of the Joint Professional Support Unit (JPSU) and has since been active in seeking assistance for his former Unit and the people it serves. Barry has submitted several blogs at Veteran Watch Blog and has challenged his former employer (the CAF) to strengthen the support to ill and injured veterans (serving and retired) and their families. He is a strong supporter of unconventional therapy including service dogs and equine therapy.
Wednesday 8th of January 2014
James Olson is the author of The Whole-Brain Path to Peace:The Role of Left- and Right-Brain Dominance in the Polarization and Reunification of America. He is a management-trained integral philosopher whose studies have included business, engineering, art, Eastern and Western religion, psychology, and NLP. Following the unifying guidelines of philosophy and drawing on his wide-ranging education, James has made it his mission to help bring the planet's masculine and feminine energies into greater balance, and therefore into a more peaceful state, through his advocacy of whole-brain thinking. He holds is currently studying sacred geometry and the experience of living in the heart. To learn more about James and his work, visit: thewholebrainpath.com Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist and author of Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence, Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom , Just One Thing: Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time, and Mother Nurture: A Mother's Guide to Health in Body, Mind, and Intimate Relationships. An authority on self-directed neuroplasticity, Dr. Hanson's work has been featured on the BBC, NPR, FoxBusiness, Consumer Reports Health, U.S. News and World Report, and O Magazine. His weekly e-newsletter - Just One Thing - has over 100,000 subscribers, and also appears on Huffington Post, Psychology Today, and other major websites. To learn more about Rick and his work, visit: www.RickHanson.net
Wednesday 18th of December 2013
The New year is upon us. Have you made you New Year's Resolutions yet? Do you stick with them longer than a week? Are you giving gratitude for even the small things in life? Stressed out? My guests this week will be sharing with us how to take our goals, add gratitude, and reduce holiday stress. Speaker, Author and Radio Show Host Kimberly Rinaldi joyfully shares her decades of experience as a Certified Master Trainer of Hypnotherapy, EFT, NLP, Success Coaching and Reiki. Having created a highly successful private coaching practice, Kimberly now teaches Lessons in Joyful Living. She believes in empowering others and that through it, you have the ability to break through any and all barriers. Kimberly uses her natural intuitive abilities and unique techniques to help clients achieve their highest potential and move toward their soul purpose; she provides tools to carry for a lifetime. Sandy Fowler is the host of Heart Filled Holidays Radio, the author of Beyond Eggnog and Mistletoe: Creating a Stress Free Holiday Season You’ll Love and the co-creator of The Keys to Getting What You Want: 4 Little-Known Communication Secrets. She’s a wife, mom, and business owner whose passion is helping women find the joy in everyday life through simple, practical strategies. Her down-to-earth, practical approach to living, loving, and working has been heartily embraced. She has been quoted on Lifetimemoms.com and SheKnows.com, featured in a cover story for the Detroit Free Press Twist Magazine, published in Mompreneur magazine and the Clarkston News as well as numerous on-line newsletters, publications, and radio shows.
Wednesday 11th of December 2013
Anodea Judith, Ph.D. is an innovative thinker, best-selling author, world renowned teacher, and former therapist whose work addresses both personal and collective transformation. Her passion for the realization of human potential matches her concern for humanity's impending crises - her fervent wish is that we "wake up in time." She holds Masters and Doctoral degrees in Psychology and Human Health. To learn more about Anodea and her work, visit: http://globalheartawakens.com/ Tony Burroughs is an author, storyteller, and co-founder of The Intenders of the Highest Good, a grassroots community movement with Intenders Circles in countries all over the world. He was a gentleman farmer in Hawaii until 17 years ago when he and three friends created their first Intenders Circle.Tony is the author of the popular daily email messages called The Bridge at www.intenders.org and has written nine books.Tony's newest book is Get What You Want: The Art of Making and Manifesting Your Intentions His latest endeavor is The Vision Alignment Project. To learn more about Tony and his work, visit: http://www.intenders.com
Wednesday 20th of November 2013
Jane Ekayu is a trauma counselor for former child soldiers of Joseph Kony and founder of Children of Peace Uganda, a nonprofit which works to heal and empower these youth through psychosocial therapy, creative arts therapy, education, and empowerment programs. Since 2004, she has helped over 3,000 of these children rehabilitate and return home to their communities. Ms Ekayu also travels around the world to raise awareness on the issues of child soldiers and post-war rehabilitation. She has captivated audiences in schools, universities, community groups, human rights organizations, political embassies, and in the United Nations General Assembly Hall. To learn more about Jane and her work, visit: childrenofpeaceuganda.com Filmmaker Cynthia Travis has worked in Liberia since 2003, where she's developed innovative grassroots approaches to conflict resolution with her non-profit organization everyday gandhis. Her most recent film, THE FIGHT TO FORGIVE, follows former child soldiers who were forced to fight in Liberia's brutal civil war. THE FIGHT TO FORGIVE teaches that perpetrators of violence have an extraordinary capacity as peace builders. With an academic background in human development and creative writing, and a professional life in mediation and conflict resolution in vulnerable communities, Cynthia believes that storytelling is a powerful tool in conflict resolution. To learn more about Cynthia and her work, visit: www.everydaygandhis.org and www.thefighttoforgive.com
Wednesday 13th of November 2013
Dr. Syed Nabi is a Sleep Specialist and a regular contributor to Sleep & Wellness Magazine. He is Board Certified as a fellow of the American Board of Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine. He currently works at Tranquility Sleep Specialists, Knoxville, TN and has been involved with American Sleep & Breathing Academy for the last 2 years. Marci Williams is currently a Center Director, Wellness Coach, and a Management Consultant of a large recreation and fitness facility in which she oversees the day-to-day administration, operations, and programming. She has over 28 years of experience in the fitness and recreation industries both in the private and public sector. She holds multiple certifications along with a degree in Psychology. Jeanette Robins is the founder of the American Sleep & Breathing Academy and the Sleep & Wellness Magazine. has been in the field of sleep medicine for 22 yearsand served on the curriculum committee for Weber State University to write the Sleep Add-On program for Respiratory Therapists.She served as the National Education Chair for the AAST and co-wrote the Principle of Polysomnography text book with staff members under her direction.
Wednesday 6th of November 2013
Bill King is a writer, speaker, certified trainer and mentor. A master of designing and implementing processes to simplify complex issues with amazing results, he used this gift to design fun, exciting and educational ideas to help kids deal with negativity, low self-esteem, bullying and anger. He teaches kids positive thinking, kindness, forgiveness and awareness in a way they can relate to. His website www.idontstink.com teaches kids from a completely different point of view. The premise is negative thoughts stink. Using humor to break down the barriers many people have, Bill provides an entertaining atmosphere that promotes learning that will stick. Check out the STINK-o-city quiz to see how badly you STINK! Benefit from tons of easy-to-follow exercises, and enter your kind deeds into the kindness meter. Issue kindness challenges and be challenged yourself – all because you want to SMELL sa-weet!
Wednesday 30th of October 2013
JD Messinger is a modern day visionary whose credentials are reminiscent of a renaissance man. He is a fireman, CEO of Ernst & Young Consulting, Singapore, one of 37 Distinguished Graduates from the United States Naval Academy class of 1981, a nuclear submarine officer, and the Exxon executive who helped supervise the Valdez Oil spill cleanup. He has a dynamic presence in the media as the creator and host of both a television show and CNN radio show. In the business world he has been an advisor to Fortune 100 clients, governments, and members of parliament on five continents. He is a Best Selling Author and CEO of Spirituality, who shares the key lessons he learned from his 12 year journey and the key messages from his book, 11 Days in May. To learn more about JD and his work, visit: http://www.jdmessinger.com/
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013
Larry Broughton is an Award-winning serial entrepreneur, best-selling author and former Special Forces Operator (The Green Berets) Larry is here to share heart-warming & humorous lessons on leadership, failure, tenacity, and the power of effective teams. Larry has parlayed his unique experience of serving on Special Forces A-Teams to the business world. He is now Co-Founder & CEO of BROUGHTONadvisory (a strategic planning, elite team-building, and transformational leadership training organization with clients ranging from entrepreneurial start-ups, to The Pentagon and Turner Broadcasting), and broughtonHOTELS. To learn more about Larry and his work, visit: http://aboutLARRYbroughton.com Chip Conley is part world traveler, cultural anthropologist, armchair psychologist, and the founder and former CEO of Joie de Vivre Hospitality. With a simple yet profound mission, to CREATE JOY, San Francisco's Most Innovative CEO turned a seedy "no tell motel" into the 2nd largest boutique hotel brand in the world.Traveling to Bali a dozen times rekindled his childhood love of festivals, and experiencing collective effervescence on Burning Man's desolate playa (he's now a board member) solidified his vision. Experiencing the transformative power of cultural travel through festivals inspired his mission to now create joy on a global scale with Fest300, believing that, "Being culturally curious creates a more robust and resilient life, which creates a safer and saner world." To learn more about Chip and his work, visit: www.chipconley.com
Wednesday 16th of October 2013
Ellen Langer is a Yale PhD, Harvard Professor of Psychology, and artist. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and three Distinguished Scientist Awards, the World Congress Award, the NYU Alumni Achievement Award, and the Staats award for Unifying Psychology, and has authored eleven books and over 200 research articles on the illusion of control, perceived control, successful aging, decision-making, to name a few of the topics. Each of these is examined through the lens of her theory of mindfulness. Her research has demonstrated that by actively noticing new things-the essence of mindfulness-health, well being, and competence follow. Her best selling books include Mindfulness; The Power of Mindful Learning; On Becoming an Artist: Reinventing Yourself Through Mindful Creativity; and her most recent book, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility. To learn more about Ellen and her work, visit: www.ellenlanger.com Dr. Mario Martinez is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist and founder of Biocognitive Science. He specializes in how cultural and transcendental beliefs affect health and longevity. His biocognitive theory is based on discoveries in neuroscience research with healthy brains and psychoneuroimmunology investigations of exalted emotions (love, compassion, empathy, dignity). Biocognition offers an integrated paradigm that brings together mindbody research and cultural anthropology. Dr. Martinez is considered a world expert on stigmata (Christ-like wounds that do not heal and resist infection) and has been consulted on these rare cases by the Catholic Church, BBC, National Geographic and Discovery Channel. He coined the term Cultural Psychoneuroimmunology to address how cultural contexts affect nervous, immune, and endocrine regulation. He is the bestselling author of the learning set CD, The Mind Body Code: How the Mind Wounds and Heals the Body and The Man from Autumn: A Psychological Novel. To learn more about Mario and his work, visit: www.biocognitive.com
Wednesday 9th of October 2013
When Michael Russer was diagnosed with Prostate cancer in September of 2011, he began a year-long personal transformation that included, radical prostatectomy follow up with intensive radiation treatments and full blown impotence. He considers his resulting impotence to be one of the biggest blessings in his life. It is because of his impotence that he and his partner discovered an entirely new approach to experiencing levels of emotional and physical intimacy that far exceeds anything either experienced prior to when things were working "correctly". It is his personal mission in life to serve other couples who struggle with emotional and physical intimacy due to ED, impotence or simply because they have lost their "spark." Bonnie Gayle is a Body Image & Intimacy Expert and the Co-Creator of Sex Butter (a sexually empowering butter made with organic plant based oils and infused with messages of love and healing.) She educates and speaks about feeling comfortable and confident in your body, connect intimately & step into your personal sensual and sexual power. Bonnie work involves; releasing body bondage, loving yourself, and inspiring sensual & sexual freedom to open up intimacy in a whole new way!
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013
Dr. Behzad Parva is the head of Parva Plastic Surgery in Northern Virginia, specializing in reconstructive and cosmetic breast care focused on the individual needs of each of his patients. His goal in restorative breast surgery is to establish a woman's sense of wholeness and self-confidence. Melissa Bollmann-Jenkins is trained in clinical psychology and medicine in the U.S. and Germany, writing and publishing research studies on cancer patients and their quality-of-life issues. As community manager for Breastcancer.org, Melissa responds to and connects with the community of women and their loved ones who use the site. Antoine Dunn is a singer, songwriter, and producer. After losing his mother to breast cancer and singing at her funeral, there was a moment that changed his whole perspective on how precious and fragile life can be. His time with his mother inspired his single "I Am". It is his way of giving back to her the support she gave to him throughout his life.
Wednesday 25th of September 2013
Rebecca Summers earned her commission as a Naval Officer in May 2000 and was designated a Surface Warfare Officer upon completion of initial training in Newport, RI. She re-designated as an Aerospace Maintenance Duty Officer in December 2005. Summers' assignments span experience in both the surface fleet and naval aviation; she is a veteran of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM and several combat deployments. Summers resigned her commission in 2010, and joined the staff of Intersections International as Program Manager for the Veteran-Civilian Dialogue program in April 2013. It is her goal to construct inclusive communities across America through dialogue and the collaboration between veteran organizations, colleges/universities, and community leadership. Jody Bremer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Jody received a special certification and verification from the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists in Working with Military and Their Families in Private Practice. Servicemen from the Marines, Navy, Army and Air Force are a significant specialty, allowing her to provide personalized care for all of the military members and their families struggling with the specific hardships the military incurs, such as long-term separations, deployments, and PTSD
Wednesday 18th of September 2013
Charles J. Orlando is a relationship expert, bestselling author, and television and radio personality best known as the author of the acclaimed relationship book series The Problem with Women... is Men®, and is the sole voice behind the smash-hit advice and relationship page The Problem with Women... is Men on Facebook. Charles has been working directly with thousands of men and women and indirectly with hundreds of thousands via social media. His approach is one of reality and balance, steering clear of techniques that might sound good in a clinical book/setting yet nearly impossible to apply when considering the organic reality of life. Leaving a long corporate career behind her, The Single Ladies Café was founded by Miss Sharon Cunningham, known by her radio personality Miss SC, and her daughter and TSLC's Celebrity News and Entertainment Editor, Foxx. This mother/daughter duo has created a café style forum for their informative dating talk show and magazine focused on content that inspires, encourages and educates SINGLE WOMEN of all ages to be confident, healthy, and strong while creating lasting personal joy as they date.
Wednesday 11th of September 2013
Kate Northrup created financial freedom for herself at the age of 28 through building a team of more than 1,000 wellness entrepreneurs in the network marketing industry. Her philosophy is that if you free yourself financially you can be fully present to your purpose on the planet. She is the author of best-selling book Money: A Love Story, Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create The Life You Really Want. Kate and her work have been featured on The Today Show, Yahoo! Finance, The Huffington Post, Glamour, Red, Refinery29.com, Prima Magazine, Soul & Spirit, and more. She continues to mentor entrepreneurs in creating financial freedom. Aoife O'Leary hails from Dublin, Ireland. A singer and songwriter, she followed her passion, touring the States and Europe with her band, Moth Complex, releasing a CD and has a song available for gameplay on Rock Band Network. She had great prosperity in terms of experiences with music, but money was less reliable - at times she received thousands in income and support and at others was the proverbial struggling artist. She began writing a book, and in her research, she studied those who were living their passions and prospering in different areas from fashion to marketing to sport to online businesses, and she decided to create the Virtual Summit "Live Your Passion and Prosper" so that she could share this information with everyone else who wants to learn.
Wednesday 4th of September 2013
David Allen is an author, consultant, international lecturer, and founder and chairman of the David Allen Company. He is widely recognized as the world's leading authority on personal and organizational productivity. His thirty years of pioneering research, coaching and education of some of the world's highest-performing professionals, corporations and institutions, has earned him Forbes' recognition as one of the top five executive coaches in the United States. David Allen is the author of three books: The international bestseller, Getting Things Done: the Art of Stress-Free Productivity, Ready For Anything, and Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and Business of Life. Getting Things Done has been a perennial business bestseller since it's publication in 2001, and is now published in 28 languages. Leadership Magazine named one of the "Top 100 thought leaders" Fast Company hailed him "One of the world's most influential thinkers" in the arena of personal productivity Time Magazine labeled his first book, Getting Things Done as "the defining self-help business book of its time."
Wednesday 28th of August 2013
John Gornik and Gregorio Elias are two friends who's desire to help others sparked a business that follows an honorable business model. They are a creative pair who met after college and combined their unique talents to form Bead Relief. They apply a team spirit combined with relentless energy to make an impact on children's lives through the sales of their unique bracelets. They have a strong desire to make the world a better place and plan on doing this with their colorful handmade beaded bracelets. Their goal is to make giving affordable and enjoyable; the prices of their bracelets make it possible for anyone to help. To learn more about Bead Relief, visit: http://beadrelief.com/ During a visit to a small community in Costa Rica, Paul Goodman and Griffin Thall crossed paths with two men named Jorge and Joaquin who were peddling bracelets on the street. The colorful bracelets were handmade in a simple way that seemed to capture the essence of their journey. When they first met Jorge and Joaquin, they were living in a single room with three beds shared by several other members of their family. Seeing this, Paul and Griffin asked them if they would be willing to make 400 bracelets to take back to the United States with them. Jorge was delighted to make such a sell, and the guys were thrilled to help them out, but to everyone's good fortune, soon after returning to the states their friendship blossomed into a full-fledged business relationship. They share their story with us. To learn more about Pura Vida, visit: www.puravidabracelets.com
Wednesday 21st of August 2013
Kelly Muldoon from Soulfully Successful Women knows intimately what the journey to living a life and creating a business around your purpose and passion takes. She has moved past the struggles of years of addiction, a reformed corporate workaholic, and a single mum, to today living a truly joyous and successful life. Her work now is centered on helping other women reach their true potential in their lives and businesses. To learn more about Kelly and her work, visit: http://telesummit.soulfullysuccessfulwomen.com/ Dr. Kay McElvey is a teacher, author, and the newest edition to the WCEM-AM team as the host of ‘The Dr. Kay Show’! During her show she discusses Education, Black History, Health, Organizations, Cooking/Eating, Politics, Talent and Community Events. Dr. Kay is the recipient of the “2007 Harriet Tubman Lifetime Achievement Award.” Tanya Geisler is certified Life and Business Coach (CPCC, ACC) with a penchant for clarity (and her Clarity Sessions have been likened to “divining rods”). She’s coached hundreds of people who were ready to step into the spotlight of their lives and businesses. She wrote The Joy Pages, created Board of Your Life, is a blogger for the wildly popular The Daily Love, has served as contributor and was featured in Canadian Living, and is an in-demand speaker who talks with great passion on all things joy, meaning and purpose (just try to stop her). She recently spoke at TEDxWomen (video available March 2013).
Wednesday 14th of August 2013
Darrin M. McMahon is the Ben Weider Professor of History at Florida State University. Educated at the University of California, Berkeley and Yale, where he received his PhD, McMahon is the author of Enemies of the Enlightenment: The French Counter-Enlightenment and the Making of Modernity); Happiness: A History which has been translated into twelve languages, and was awarded Best Books of the Year honors for 2006 by the New York Times, The Washington Post, the Library Journal, and Slate Magazine; and Divine Fury: A History of Genius, a history of the idea of genius and the genius figure, which will be published this October .
Wednesday 7th of August 2013
Kita Szpak is a speaker and author. In 2010 she co-wrote Tipping Point to Happiness, undertook a U.S. radio campaign, and earned the title of "happiness expert" along the way. Her latest work, "The SIMPLE Life: Shiny Objects Not Required" is expected out in 2013-14. Most recently, Kita has organized the online telesummit, "Happiness Formula for Parents: Reconnect to your kids and they will love you for it!" that brings together 21 experts over a 10-day period beginning August 15 to provide information and hands-on advice for parents and caregivers in a caring and compassionate setting. Tara Kennedy-Kline is a certified family parent coach, popular radio host of Stop Raising Einstein on Toginet Radio, impassioned speaker, and most excellent mom to her sons, Alex and Max. She has been dubbed "The Queen of Accountability" and she works with parents everyday to guide them through those days they wonder why they ever had kids in the first place. Personal experience with her son, Alex, who is on the autism spectrum, inspired her to write her book, Stop Raising Einstein: Discover The Unique Brilliance in Your Child and You. The book's popularity garnered tremendous interest when it was featured on The Today Show.
Wednesday 31st of July 2013
Linda is a regular contributor to Inspired World Magazine and is the author of “The Little Book of Transformation: 3 Steps to Create Your Ideal Life”. She is a contributing author of forthcoming book, “Survivor to Thriver: 30 Days to a Thriving Life” (October 2013), in which she publicly shares a part of her own personal story of childhood abuse for the very first time. She is the creator and host of The Art of Transformation Summit and is passionate about sharing pragmatic tools that transform lives with as many people as possible. To learn more about Linda and her work, visit: www.theartoftransformation.net Roko_BelicRoko Belic’s directorial debut, “Genghis Blues,” won the Sundance Audience Award and was nominated for an Academy Award® for best documentary feature. Belic directed the documentary DREAMS: CINEMA OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS, which was released on the “Inception” Blu-Ray. He associate produced BEYOND THE CALL , co-produced and shot INDESTRUCTIBLE, and directed THE BATMOBILE which was released on “The Dark Knight Rises” BluRay. For his current project HAPPY, Belic teamed up with Hollywood heavyweight Tom Shadyac, who executive produced, to direct the feature documentary. HAPPY combines powerful human stories from around the world with cutting edge science to give us a deeper understanding of our most valued emotion. To learn more about Roko and his work, visit: www.TheHappyMovie.com
Wednesday 24th of July 2013
Monika Korra is a native of Loten, Norway. In 2008 she was offered a 100% running scholarship at Southern Methodist University. She earned a B.S. in Applied Physiology and a minor in psychology. During her time at SMU she was kidnapped and sexually assaulted. As a result of her experience she has found her mission in life; to help others fight back to a normal life after experiencing personal trauma.She founded The Monika Korra Foundation and is in the process of getting her book published to share her experience with others. Bob Delaney has risen to the top of two elite organizations - in law enforcement as a highly decorated Trooper with the New Jersey State Police, and as one of the National Basketball Association's most respected referees. Bob has made a major contribution away from the game as well. He testified before the United States Senate on Organized Crime in 1981 detailing his perilous undercover work for the Jersey State Police - putting his life on the line for nearly three years infiltrating the Genovese and Bruno Crime Families.His riveting life story has been told by HBO's Real Sports, ESPN, CNN and ABC, in dozens of newspaper and magazine articles throughout the United States and Europe and in his critically acclaimed book, Covert: My Years Infiltrating the Mob.
Wednesday 17th of July 2013
A sociologist and happiness expert at UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, Christine Carter, Ph.D. is the author of RAISING HAPPINESS: 10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents. Dr. Carter also writes an award-winning blog, which is syndicated on the HuffingtonPost and PsychologyToday.com. Best known for her happiness and parenting advice, Carter draws on psychology, sociology, and neuroscience, and uses her own chaotic and often hilarious real-world adventures to demonstrate the do's and don'ts in action. Dr. Carter has helped thousands of people find more joy in their lives through her book, online classes, coaching, and speaking engagements. For more information, please explore this website - and don't miss the free resources! Julie Daquelente is on a personal journey to find happiness and fulfillment in her life and has made it her mission to help others do the same. Julie is currently working on several projects in an attempt to help people live happier, healthier, more abundant lives, including a free audio summit that will provide listeners the opportunity to learn tools and strategies from some of the top researchers and coaches in the subjects of positive psychology, happiness, and life in general.
Wednesday 10th of July 2013
John O'Connor is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) who has been involved in the financial services industry since 1978 and has been a CFP since 1987. His primary focus is educating people to solidify their financial foundation. He received a Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology in 1996 and this deepened his understanding of what people truly seek in pursuing fulfilling lives. Steve D'Annunzio is a spiritual teacher and productivity coach to many Fortune 100 executives, professional athletes, and high-performance companies. He teaches a new model of transformational business practice called Conscious Capitalism and is president of the Soul Purpose Institute. This course is evolving the financial services industry as the practitioners who use it lead the industry in production results. He is an author and co-creator of many books, businesses, and artistic projects that have the common theme of alleviating human suffering and enhancing joy. Some of these books are Teachings for a New World, The Prosperity Paradigm and Soul Purpose Meditations.
Wednesday 3rd of July 2013
Sandra Beck is the host of three radio shows: Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Talk Radio, and Powered Up Talk Radio, with Linda Franklin. Simultaneously, she has built a virtual empire of successful companies entirely staffed, managed, and implemented using a host of virtual assistants and on-line resources. Sandra is the author of Motherhood Incorporated, The Smart Woman's Guide to Working From Home with Just a Computer and an Internet Connection and Blogphoria - How To Reach Millions of People without Spending a Dime. Linda Franklin is the creator of www.therealcougarwoman.com where her focus is working with women showing them how to unleash their powerful feminine energy and www.shiningserviceworldwide.com which is Linda's charitable effort that supports women in the military community. The goal of this organization is the successful re-integration of women back into civilian life. Linda is the Co-Host of the radio show, Powered Up Talk Radio with Sandra Beck and the author of "Don't Ever Call Me Ma'am", where she gives fabulous tips on beauty, health, sex, relationships, and financial responsibility.
Wednesday 26th of June 2013
Dr. Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist at the NYU-Stern School of Business. His research examines the intuitive foundations of morality, and how morality varies across cultures-including the cultures of American liberals, conservatives, and libertarians. He is the author of The Happiness Hypothesis and the New York Times bestseller The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion. At NYU-Stern, he is applying his research on moral psychology to business ethics, asking how companies can structure and run themselves in ways that will be resistant to ethical failures.
Wednesday 12th of June 2013
Called "America's (Kinda Dark) Sweetheart"by the Huffington Post, 28-year-old Caitlin Doughty was born and raised on the sunny shores of Oahu, Hawai'i. She is a writer, performer, and filmmaker. She started the Order of the Good Death, an online community of artists, actors, poets, musicians, and directors all committed to staring down their death fears through art. The YouTube videos she created for this site-most notably her question-and-answer series, "Ask a Mortician"-are what brought her to national media attention. She is writing a book "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory' to be published in 2014 and is in the process of opening her own alternative funeral home, Undertaking LA. As an end of life guide, Betsy Trapasso, assists the dying in making a peaceful transition from this world. Betsy is the hostess of Death Cafe Los Angeles where people gather to talk about death and life while enjoying the amazing food and cultures of the City. Betsy's passion is to change how we view death in the United States and that people may be less afraid of dying if they learn about other cultures that view death as a natural part of life. She is producing a feature length documentary about the death views, rituals ,and ceremonies of other cultures and countries.
Wednesday 5th of June 2013
Lissa Rankin, M.D. is a physician whose research led her to discover that our bodies have natural self-repair mechanisms that can be activated or disabled based on thoughts, beliefs, and feelings that originate in the mind. She is on a mission to heal our broken health care system, help patients play a more active role in healing themselves, and encourage the health care industry to embrace and facilitate, rather than resist, the body's self-healing capacities. Lissa has written 3 books, speaks around the world, blogs at LissaRankin.com, paints professionally, and founded the Whole Health Medicine Institute.She leads a mentoring program for visionaries, founded the wellness communities HealHealthCareNow.com and OwningPink.com, and teaches online programs, such as "Find Your Calling" with Dr. Martha Beck and Amy Ahlers, and "Visionary Ignition Switch," an online business school for visionaries co-created with Amy Ahlers. Her work has been featured extensively in the national media, including O magazine, The New York Times, CNN, Health, Women's Health, Self, Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan.
Wednesday 29th of May 2013
Dr. Biswas-Diener is widely known as the "Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology" because his research on happiness has taken him to such far-flung places as Greenland, India, Kenya and Israel. Dr. Biswas-Diener is a leading authority on strengths, culture, courage, and happiness. He has published dozens of scholarly articles and multiple books on diverse psychological topics. He is best known for his pioneering work in the application of positive psychology. Dr. Biswas-Diener is the foremost authority on positive psychology coaching and has consulted with a wide range of international organizations on performance management and leadership development. Cheryl Hunter was born and reared in the remote Colorado Rocky Mountains. She is a cowgirl who grew up on a horse ranch, training horses and riding rodeo. Today, Cheryl is a bestselling author, speaker and high-performance expert who specializes in providing Fortune 100 caliber coaching for individuals. Her expertise is in guiding her clients to architect a very specific blueprint for their businesses and their lives that produces dramatic results in a very short window of time. Cheryl was drawn to her work as a result of her own life path; she overcame a traumatic, life-altering experience that ignited a strong desire to contribute to others.
Wednesday 22nd of May 2013
Naomi Kryske is a Hurricane Katrina survivor whose fear and helplessness in the devastating Category 5 storm gave her insight into traumatic stress. Determined not just to survive the experience but to triumph over it, she wrote The Witness, an intense crime/suspense novel set in London and told from the victim's point of view. Naomi shares with us that overcoming PTSD comes in many formats, and for her, it was writing fiction. Jody Bremer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Jody received a special certification and verification from the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists in Working with Military and Their Families in Private Practice. Servicemen from the Marines, Navy, Army and Air Force are a significant specialty, allowing her to provide personalized care for all of the military members and their families struggling with the specific hardships the military incurs, such as long-term separations, deployments, and PTSD.
Wednesday 15th of May 2013
Ellen Langer is a Yale PhD, Harvard Professor of Psychology, and artist. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and three Distinguished Scientist Awards, the World Congress Award, the NYU Alumni Achievement Award, and the Staats award for Unifying Psychology, and has authored eleven books and over 200 research articles on the illusion of control, perceived control, successful aging, decision-making, to name a few of the topics. Each of these is examined through the lens of her theory of mindfulness. Her research has demonstrated that by actively noticing new things-the essence of mindfulness-health, well being, and competence follow. Her best selling books include Mindfulness; The Power of Mindful Learning; On Becoming an Artist: Reinventing Yourself Through Mindful Creativity; and her most recent book, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility.
Wednesday 8th of May 2013
Jamie Catto co-produced and directed the double Grammy nominated film ‘1 Giant Leap' which encountered high profile writers, thinkers, spiritual gurus and entertainers including Bob Geldof, Robbie Williams, Steven Fry, Susan Sarandon, Deepak Chopra, Michael Stipe, Brian Eno, and Dennis Hopper. Having sold over 300,000 albums, and won numerous awards globally. '1 Giant Leap' was subsequently commissioned and made into a Channel 4 documentary series in 2008 to explore the complexities of human nature through music. As founder member, singer, art director and video director of Dance Music super-group Faithless, Jamie has been part of continued run-away successes in music since the Faithless greatest hits album became the fastest selling dance album of all time in 2005. Jamie now holds creative master classes throughout the year to help others emulate his own success. ‘Transforming Shadows', ‘What About You?' and ‘What About Us' are workshops which provide a highly accessible concoction of light humour and love, designed with the use of his own genius music to spark both professional and personal breakthroughs. Jamie also speaks and performs at conferences, events and festivals all around the world.
Wednesday 1st of May 2013
Tim Freke is a 'standup philosopher' who makes profound ideas fun and easily accessible. He is an internationally respected authority on world spirituality and is often featured in documentaries on the BBC, the History Channel, and other global media. He is the bestselling author of many groundbreaking books translated into 15 languages, including Lucid Living and The Jesus Mysteries, which was a Daily Telegraph 'Book of the Year'. He runs 'mystery experience retreats' internationally, in which he guides others directly to a spiritually awakened state.
Wednesday 24th of April 2013
Bryan Single is the director and producer of "Children of War", an award-winning documentary filmed in Uganda over a period of three years which follows a group of former child soldiers of war criminal Joseph Kony as they escape the battlefield, enter the sanctuary of a rehabilitation center, and undergo a remarkable process of trauma therapy and emotional healing. To learn more about Bryan and his work, visit: childrenofwarfilm.com Jane Ekayu is a trauma counselor for former child soldiers of Joseph Kony and founder of Children of Peace Uganda, a nonprofit which works to heal and empower these youth through psychosocial therapy, creative arts therapy, education, and empowerment programs. Since 2004, she has helped over 3,000 of these children rehabilitate and return home to their communities. Ms Ekayu also travels around the world to raise awareness on the issues of child soldiers and post-war rehabilitation. She has captivated audiences in schools, universities, community groups, human rights organizations, political embassies, and in the United Nations General Assembly Hall. To learn more about Jane and her work, visit: childrenofpeaceuganda.com Filmmaker Cynthia Travis has worked in Liberia since 2003, where she's developed innovative grassroots approaches to conflict resolution with her non-profit organization everyday gandhis. Her most recent film, THE FIGHT TO FORGIVE, follows former child soldiers who were forced to fight in Liberia's brutal civil war. THE FIGHT TO FORGIVE teaches that perpetrators of violence have an extraordinary capacity as peace builders. With an academic background in human development and creative writing, and a professional life in mediation and conflict resolution in vulnerable communities, Cynthia believes that storytelling is a powerful tool in conflict resolution. To learn more about Cynthia and her work, visit: www.everydaygandhis.org and www.thefighttoforgive.com
Wednesday 17th of April 2013
Ashley Michelle Williams is a world-traveled multimedia journalist who currently works at WBAL as a multimedia reporter/ web producer, contributing to its digital content. Prior to working at WBAL, Ashley worked at NBC Network News as a member of the New Associates Program, a rotation program designed to develop future producers within NBC News. During her time at NBC, she has worked for the Today Show, the Grio, and MSNBC's Politics Nation with Al Sharpton. In her spare time, Ashley also manages and oversees her media company, RIZZARR. She created RIZZARR to inspire youth and young adults to create their own ripple effect in the world. High school students and college students from around the country contribute to the platform, which features current news and articles on issues that they face. Kirsty Spraggon is a Talk show host, Speaker, Life Liver, People lover, Founder of Konnection Global, and Executive Producer of Kirsty TV. Kirsty TV is about the power of sharing stories. As an interviewer she holds hearts in her hands as her guests share their most personal and vulnerable stories. She believes when people share their stories they heal themselves and others.
Wednesday 10th of April 2013
Psychotherapist Ira Israel is the author of "Mindfulness for Urban Depression DVD," "Mindfulness Meditations for Anxiety DVD" and "Yoga for Depression and Anxiety DVD". Ira has Master of Arts degrees in Psychology, Religious Studies, and Philosophy. He is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and a Certified Yoga Therapist. Richard J. Davidson, PhD, is a renowned neuroscientist and one of the world's leading experts on the impact of contemplative practices, such as meditation, on the brain. He is the founder and chair of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is perhaps best known for his groundbreaking work in studying emotion and the brain. A friend and confidante of the Dalai Lama, he is a highly sought after expert and speaker internationally. Time magazine named him one of the most influential people in the world in 2006.
Wednesday 3rd of April 2013
An innovator in the field of personal growth and transformative thinking, Eric Handler is the co-founder of Positively Positive -- an online multimedia platform known for its creative content designed to challenge readers to live a life worth sharing. Beginning as a Facebook page that quickly grew into a community of more than 1 million fans, the full platform was launched in October 2011 by Eric and his wife and business partner, Julie. Together they seek out the strongest voices and storytellers this world has to offer to inspire others to be present to the moment and live fully in the now.
Wednesday 27th of March 2013
Rex Pratt has been involved in various film and video projects over the past decade. His interest in a project is always based upon the ability of the film to move and inspire the viewer. Between Iraq and A Hard Place is a project that became personal as it progressed. It began by documenting the difficulties of troops' transitioning back to normal life after combat. After almost 2 years of meeting with returning troops, Rex has developed a special attachment to the troops. He defines himself as "not easily converted to a new cause". However, the personal stories that he became involved in have stirred his filmmaking talents and inspired a film that will move you and touch your heart as you experience up close what is in the heart and minds of our young troops. He is currently working on his next project that also deals with war and assisting in the completion of the book Between Iraq and A Hard Place with his partner/brother, New York Times best-selling author, James Michael Pratt. Paula J. Caplan is a clinical and research psychologist. She received her A.B. with honors from Radcliffe College of Harvard University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology from Duke University. She is currently Associate at the DuBois Institute, following two years as a Fellow in the Women and Public Policy Program of Harvard Kennedy School, both at Harvard University. She is the author of 11 books, co-editor of one book, and author of dozens of book chapters and articles in scholarly journals, as well as of numerous articles and essays in popular publications. Her most recent book, When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home, won the Association of American Publishers' PROSE Award for best psychology book of 2011, Independent Publishers' Groundbreaking Book of the Month Award the month it was published, and Independent Publishers' Silver Medal in the psychology/mental health division for 2011.
Wednesday 20th of March 2013
Danielle LaPorte is the outspoken creator of The Desire Map, author of The Fire Starter Sessions, and co-creator of Your Big Beautiful Book Plan. She is an inspirational speaker, former think tank exec and business strategist, she writes weekly at DanielleLaPorte.com, where over a million visitors have gone for her straight-up advice offering white hot truth. Her site has been deemed "the best place on-line for kick-ass spirituality", and was named one of the "Top 100 Websites for Women" by Forbes.
Wednesday 13th of March 2013
John C. Havens is Founder of the H(app)athon Project, a contributing writer for Mashable, and author of, H(app)y - The Value of Well-Being in a Digital Economy .The H(app)athon Project is an initiative that utilizes emerging technology to improve human well-being and drive positive social change. He is a former professional actor and current blues musician.
Wednesday 6th of March 2013
Janice Kamenir-Reznik is Co-founder and President of Jewish World Watch (JWW), an organization she co-founded with Rabbi Harold Schulweis to mobilize Americans to fight against genocides and mass atrocities, and to provide relief and support to survivors. Janice served as President of California Women Lawyers, President of the California Women's Law Center, and as trustee of the Los Angeles County Bar and trustee of the California State Bar's Trust Fund. Janice travels to the Darfuri refugee camps, and to the Democratic Republic of Congo to help JWW establish and fund various recovery and economic development projects in the eastern regions of the country. Naama Haviv, who holds an MA/ABD in Genocide Studies from Clark University, joined JWW's team as Assistant Director. Naama develops and directs JWW's policy objectives towards Sudan and Congo, manages JWW's strategic partnerships both in the US and in Sudan, Chad, and Congo, and their program development including youth activist training initiatives and domestic education and advocacy programs. As well as researching current world conflicts to assess the risk of genocide. Julie Bram is a full time community volunteer and activist. As a founding partner and past chair of the Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund she has been blessed to support and work with many remarkable non-profit organizations. Her passion lies in using education and communication to effect positive change in the world. (Tikkun olam) Julie currently serves on several advisory committees and boards of directors for a wide variety of charitable causes.
Wednesday 27th of February 2013
Wednesday 20th of February 2013
James Clear is on a mission to make the world well and the founder of The Art of Becoming Better. He is an entrepreneur, writer, and travel photographer in 18 countries. His writing has been featured by US News & World Report, American Express, Yahoo, Lifehacker, and dozens of other businesses and media outlets. His photography was nominated for the Travel Photographer of the Year award for his work covering the September 11th Memorial in New York City.
Wednesday 13th of February 2013
Tanya Geisler is certified Life and Business Coach (CPCC, ACC) with a penchant for clarity (and her Clarity Sessions have been likened to “divining rods”). She’s coached hundreds of people who were ready to step into the spotlight of their lives and businesses. She wrote The Joy Pages, created Board of Your Life, is a blogger for the wildly popular The Daily Love, has served as contributor and was featured in Canadian Living, and is an in-demand speaker who talks with great passion on all things joy, meaning and purpose (just try to stop her). She recently spoke at TEDxWomen (video available March 2013). It is her indomitable belief that if everyone knew their own unique recipe for their personal brand of joy, they’d hold the key to shining in their life, in their work and in their life’s work. (It really does change everything.)
Wednesday 6th of February 2013
Kathy Kinney is best known for her iconic role as Mimi Bobeck on the long running The Drew Carey Show. She has acted in over a dozen films and guest-starred on numerous television shows and may currently be seen in a recurring role on the ABC Family hit series The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Kathy toured with Drew Carey and the Improv All Stars for the USO in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and may still be seen performing with them around the country. She and her longtime friend Cindy Ratzlaff created QueenofYourOwnLife.com as an attitude, a way of life, and a call to action for grown up women everywhere. To learn more about Kathy and her work, visit: http://www.queenofyourownlife.com/ Dr. Benjamin La Brot is a native Southern Californian who learned to swim before he could walk. His love of water led him to working on sport and commercial fishing boats and on the Floating Marine Science Laboratory vessel .He, along with his sister and others began Floating Doctors, whose mission is to reduce the present and future burden of disease in the developing world, and to promote improvements in health care delivery worldwide. To learn more about Ben and his work, visit: www.floatingdoctors.com
Tuesday 5th of February 2013
Wednesday 30th of January 2013
Claire Wineland was born with cystic fibrosis or "CF", a genetic disease that causes excessive mucus secretions and collection, especially in the lungs. In her short life, Claire has undergone dozens of surgeries and has spent weeks at a time in the hospital. This is not, however, what characterizes her. Claire is a singer, an artist, a composer, and a natural-born comedian and speaker. She radiates with a warmth and wisdom beyond her years. She has been called a "little Buddha" a "bridge among people", and a "true old soul." She is precious to anyone who has met her, especially to her mother, Melissa, and her father, John. On April 13, 2010 after a relatively routine surgery, Claire became septic and within 24 hours, was in complete lung failure. Her parents were given the option of watching Claire die or putting her on a dangerous oscillator vent, which no child with CF has ever come off of. Her parents opted to put her on the high powered vent and into a drug induced coma so the doctors could try everything possible to reverse the damage to her lungs and her body. What followed was a remarkable two-week journey of prayer, love and healing. So many people were inspired by Claire's journey that a public Facebook page, "Claire Wineland Love, Songs and Updates", was created to disseminate the seemingly ever changing information. Within two weeks, the fans on the page grew to over 900. Out of this grew the desire and need for a foundation. Claire constantly strives to give back and make meaning of what she has had to go through; the message she shares is her way to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Claire's Place Foundation, Inc: www.clairesplacefoundation.org Eric Lumiere lives For the Love of Music + the Music of Love Music is one of the most elusive art forms. It has the power to uplift, touch, move and inspire people. When I create music, my intention is to share myself as fully and unconditionally as possible so that there may be no walls between us, no projections of who I'd like to be or think I am; just the essence of who I am, the discovery of which is a continuous process and one that I live for. Music can affect people in many ways and if I have one wish, it's that it touches you. That it's greatest potential is fulfilled, and that in listening to my music, you discover more of who you are, your truth, and are inspired to share your own beingness with the world. After graduating from the Clive Davis Dept. of Recorded Music at NYU in 2007, Eric's song "Anthem" (a bedroom demo) was remixed by DJs Filo and Peri and signed by top DJ Paul Van Dyk. Released in 13+ countries, "Anthem" broke the UK Top 40 at #39 and reached #1 on the US Billboard Dance Airplay. While continuing to work with Filo and Peri, Eric has been focusing on his next release, tentatively titled the ‘Under Love EP'. To learn more about Eric and his work, visit: www.ericlumiere.com
Wednesday 23rd of January 2013
Sarah Steffen is the Marketing Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity for San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys. She attended San Diego State University and interned for the San Diego State Marketing and Communications Department, working on news and profile stories. She graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in Media Studies and a minor in English. She enjoys doing what she loves while giving back and advocating for the community. Shanna McCord is currently a Journalist for the Santa Cruz Sentinel. She has been a television and newspaper reporter for 17 years and covered military issues while working in Yuma, AZ. She will share with us a fantastic article she wrote about a man, Dr. Peter Linnerooth, who took his own life after a long time battle with PTSD.
Wednesday 16th of January 2013
In 2010, Bekah Eden began to work as a successful small business owner developing musical skills and songwriting talent for her students in Virginia Beach and California. She also began writing original material for other artists nationwide and built a reputation as a well known cause artist, working for charitable organizations such as Harvesting Happiness for Heroes ®, a national 501© (3) nonprofit organization, benefiting post combat veterans and their families challenged with the invisible symptoms of PTSD and TBI. Just recently, Bekah won the Upcoming Female Artist Award at the 2012 Malibu Music Awards. David Ari Leon is a multiple award-winning and Emmy-nominated composer and music supervisor. He has brought his signature blend of acute classical expertise and emotive pop ethos to countless films, video games, albums, and TV shows. David’s music can currently be heard in places such as ABC’s hit show, Sea World’s “Sea Rescue and on Disney XD’s “The Avengers.” He is music director and co-founder of the Voice of Life project, whose mission is to elevate wellness with great music. He’s also raising mobile game music to new heights with his immensely popular music. Recently, he scored Woody Woodpecker, named “iPhone Game of the Week,” the top-seller Superman, and Contre Jour, the No. 1 selling game app, and “iPad Game of the Year” in more than 10 countries. Leon’s SoundMind Music is a company that oversees the entire music package for a project with many clients including luminaries such as: Lionsgate Films, Warner Bros, Marvel, Universal, DC Comics, ABC, Sea World, EA and Disney.
Wednesday 9th of January 2013
Sophie Chiche is the founder and curator of lifebyme.com, a website gathering eclectic people answering the question, “what is most meaningful to you”. Nobel Prizes, media moguls, fishermen, midwives, global leaders, spiritual teachers, artists, and teenagers share their original meaningful words every day. Sophie is an author, speaker, coach and entrepreneur. She holds Masters in Business, Journalism and Psychology. You can always find her asking game-changer deep questions about life. Sophie has just launched Shape House, an urban sweat lodge. A place to heal, a place to let go, a place to thin and melt away fears and doubts. A place to be with one self with a quiet breath. Shannon Bindler is a Shoeologist and Style Editor who believes in the transformative power of fashion. She is also the co-founder of Get Up Girl, a popular women’s coaching series that inspires women to shine. Shannon contributes regularly to huffingtonpost.com, stylelist.com, and modernmom.com. She is currently working on her first book, Sole Rx: Shoe Prescriptions for Life. Shannon has traveled, studied, and worked extensively throughout Africa, South America, and Europe. She lives with her filmmaker husband and daughter in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Wednesday 2nd of January 2013
Adam Leipzig has overseen more than 25 movies as a producer, executive, and distributor, including March of the Penguins and Dead Poets Society, and has worked with legendary directors Robert Altman, Peter Yates, and Peter Weir. Most recently, he served as the president of National Geographic Films, and is a former senior vice president at Walt Disney Pictures. Today, Adam trains entrepreneurs, filmmakers, and other members of the creative economy, and also publishes Cultural Weekly, a fast-growing online magazine that explores how our creative culture intersects media, money, technology and entertainment. Adam's new book, Inside Track for Independent Filmmakers: Get Your Movie Made, Get Your Movie Seen, and Turn the Tables on Hollywood, will be published this month. Laurel Airica took to words like a bird to the skies and began her literary flights of fancy early in her life. Particularly enchanted by rhythm and rhyme, palindromes, puns and other ‘electro-poetic' linguistic phenomena, she announced to her parents with absolute certainty at age three or four, "I bet I now know all the words in the English language." Laurel began writing poetry at the age of seven. Later in life, Laurel was inspired to take everything she'd discovered about letters and words and to turn it into the performance art she now calls, WordMagic: An Enchanted Literary Entertainment. In so doing, she transformed herself into the ‘Metaphysical Mother Goose.'
Wednesday 12th of December 2012
Jodi Delaney is the Founder of Yatra Yoga International (YYI) and VetsYoga. Jodi combined her passions for yoga and travel with YYI, facilitating yoga and wellness retreats in Mexico, Guatemala and Costa Rica. In 2010, she assisted New Mexico's first Veterans Wellness Conference. This experience, along with a visit to the amputee unit at Walter Reed Medical Center, inspired the creation of VetsYoga, as a route for military personnel to explore the benefits of yoga to enhance mental and physical health in the privacy of home. Debbie Gregory is both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA). She covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go to Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits.
Wednesday 5th of December 2012
Mark Harradine teaches Conscious Leadership to leaders who want to profoundly impact their world for a greater good, by raising consciousness for powerful socio-economic impact for a sustainable future. Using his unique understanding of human potential and inner development, along with his deep experience as a mental coach for elite athletes, Mark applies himself to the complex systems of the business and political worlds. He views challenges as a puzzle, rather than a problem. Then has fun putting the puzzle together. Leah Jantzen is a fellow Toginet host of The Leah Jantzen show. Leah is a Sports and Relationships coach. She coaches highly motivated, energetic, enthusiastic, and creative individuals looking to make profound changes in their lives. She EMPOWERS her clients to reach new heights with their inate given abilities and talents. Using sports and sports analogies, Leah dramatically expands her clients’ vision of what’s possible. Her clients live bigger and experience higher levels of personal and professional success.
Wednesday 28th of November 2012
Daniel Chidiac is the Author of "Who Says You Can't? YOU DO: How to unchain your greatness within and take instant charge of your life." He has dedicated his life to finding the answers to "why some people are living an extraordinary life, while others are never really fulfilled?" Through his journey he has modeled the most successful people known to man, traveled overseas to meet with leaders who have the strongest mindset on the planet, interacted with exceptional achievers and coached people from all the around the globe. He has coached celebrity contestants on Dancing With The Stars, Radio show hosts, International DJ's, TV presenters and hosts, Business leaders and so on. Daniel's writing has touched millions of people worldwide and currently inspires thousands of people daily.
Wednesday 21st of November 2012
Gina Ross, MFCC, is founder and president of International Trauma-Healing Institute in the United States and Israel. An internationally respected psychotherapist, she is the co-founder of the Israeli Trauma Center at Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem and has specialized in trauma and the understanding and treatment of trauma since 1990. She is trained in cognitive, behavioral, and somatic treatment approaches and is certified in the more innovative techniques of Somatic Experiencing® (SE), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Thought Field Therapy (TFT), and Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR). Gina is also the author of many articles and a series of books entitled Beyond the Trauma Vortex Into the Healing Vortex. As both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go to Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits.
Tuesday 6th of November 2012
Catherine Ryan Hyde is the author of 18 published and forthcoming books. Her newest releases are When You Were Older, Don't Let Me Go, Jumpstart the World , When I Found You and Second Hand Heart. She authored the national bestseller, Pay It Forward, which was adapted into a major motion picture starring Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt, and was chosen by the American Library Association for its Best Books for Young Adults list. She is also the founder and former president (2000-2009) of the Pay It Forward Foundation. Charley Johnson has a deep passion for Pay It Forward. Believing in Pay It Forward so much so he left his company, career & millions behind to change the world and how people view humanity. He is now the president of the Pay It Forward Foundation and the creator of the Pay It Forward Bracelet, a physical reminder to do good that has been sent to over 1 million people in 108 countries. Charley founded the "PIF Experience," the website responsible for collecting stories from all over the world of people Paying It Forward. He also Founded the "Pay it Forward Hall of Fame" in November of 2011 with the First inductee being Catherine Ryan Hyde, the founder of the Pay It Forward Foundation.
Wednesday 31st of October 2012
Tim Freke is a 'standup philosopher' who makes profound ideas fun and easily accessible. He is an internationally respected authority on world spirituality and is often featured in documentaries on the BBC, the History Channel, and other global media. He is the bestselling author of many groundbreaking books translated into 15 languages, including Lucid Living and The Jesus Mysteries, which was a Daily Telegraph 'Book of the Year'. He runs ‘mystery experience retreats' internationally, in which he guides others directly to a spiritually awakened state.
Wednesday 24th of October 2012
Gotham Chopra is a multi-media voice in the worlds of entertainment, news, spirituality, and pop-culture. Recently he published Walking Wisdom which portrays all the love and licks that go along with being a dad, a dude, a dog-owner, and son of Deepak Chopra.His latest feature documentary, which he has written, directed, and produced, titled, Decoding Deepak, is the first long-form look at Deepak Chopra's life, told by Gotham. It is honest, revealing, and different than what many people expect. Scott Carlin is a recognized leader in television. With over 30 years experience, he was responsible for original, record-breaking deals for The Sopranos, Sex & the City, Band of Brothers, The Wire, and many other HBO programs. He has held senior positions at top studios including Warner Bros. Television and Lorimar-Telepictures. As a 2007 graduate of the Masters Program in Spiritual Psychology at The University of Santa Monica, Scott is immersed in the emerging area of transformational media. He has just completed producing a feature-length documentary about Deepak Chopra called, "Decoding Deepak" that is directed by Deepak's son, Gotham Chopra.
Wednesday 17th of October 2012
Yariv Lerner is the founder of Udaya Entertainment and producer of purpose-driven cinematic film for yoga, meditation, and wellbeing coaching, with an emphasis on integrated healing arts designed to condition users physically, mentally, and emotionally to achieve greater happiness, life-satisfaction, and wellness. Yariv is trailblazing through his creation of artfully produced training programs, such as The Ultimate Yogi, in partnership with well-known teachers and change agents. He holds a BA Business and Marketing, is a very successful beach volleyball player, and is the founder of the Udaya Retrreat Sanctuary specializing in Yoga.
Wednesday 10th of October 2012
Dr. Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University, and a leading expert in the new field of “science-help.” She is passionate about translating cutting-edge research from psychology, neuroscience, and medicine into practical strategies for health, happiness, and personal success.
Wednesday 3rd of October 2012
Agapi Stassinopoulos is the author of the best-selling book: Unbinding the Heart, where readers embark on an inspiring journey of inner exploration to reconnect with their true selves. Born and raised in Athens, Greece, she entered the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London at age 18. She moved to the United States to do film and television, and later attended the University of the Santa Monica, where she completed her Master's in Psychology. An inspiring speaker, Agapi teaches and empowers both men and women to recognize their individual gifts, claim them, use them to serve humanity, and create the lives they want.
Wednesday 26th of September 2012
Don Joseph Goewey has had a long career in human potential. He's been an executive at Stanford University Medical School and worked closely with two of the pioneers in human potential - Carl Rogers, father of humanistic psychology and Gerald Jampolsky, founder a school of psychology based on attitude.Don has written a book titled Mystic Cool: A proven approach to transcend stress, achieve optimal brain function, and maximize your creative intelligence. His work focuses on helping people transcend catastrophic life events and some of the most stressful situations any of us will ever face. To learn more about Don and his work, visit: http://mysticcool.com
Wednesday 19th of September 2012
Martin Papazian is an actor, writer, and director of feature films. Previously, Martin directed the award winning short film IN THE WIND, about a soldier's return to a Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans. As an actor, Martin burst onto the screen in Universal Picture's, JARHEAD, THE BURNING PLAIN, and THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. On the small screen you may have seen him featured in 24, Lie To Me, CSI:NY, and DEXTER, amongst others. LEAST AMONG SAINTS marks his debut as a feature director and writer. Inspired by true events, the story centers on a man's quest for redemption through his compassion and service to an orphaned boy. The film will be released theatrically September 21st, 2012 in Los Angles, New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C. For more information visit : http://leastamongsaints.com/ Michele Rosenthal inspires trauma survivors to overcome depression, anxiety, and fear so that they may build lives full of freedom, meaning, purpose, and joy. A survivor herself, Michele shares her story as a keynote speaker, post-trauma coach, award-winning blogger, poet, author, radio show host, and founder of www.healmyptsd.com, Michele's trauma recovery memoir, Before the World Intruded: Conquering the Past and Creating the Future, was released in April 2012. For more information visit: www.YourLifeAfterTrauma.com
Wednesday 12th of September 2012
Austin Vickers is the writer and producer of People v. The State of Illusion, a docudrama based on his work and the science and power of perception and imagination, which was released in the fall of 2011. He is also the founder of The Stepping Up Foundation, a non-profit organization helping people and organizations in need. He is the author of the personal leadership book and program "Stepping Up: to a Life of Vision, Passion and Authentic Power" and is a professional speaker who has educated and entertained audiences from some of America's leading corporations, including Intel, Wells Fargo, Colgate Palmolive, and 3M. On a personal note, Austin is an avid reader, an aspiring musician, and is passionate about physical health, and is a certified yoga instructor.
Wednesday 5th of September 2012
Wayne Hankin is a period instrument specialist who has played 400 different instruments over a 30 year career. Specializing in medieval, renaissance, and baroque periods, Wayne has mastered instruments played only by a small handful of people in the world, including various bagpipes, hornpipes, flutes, whistles, gemshorns, trumps, bone flutes, double reeds, and others. There are also instruments made exclusively for his talents of which he is the sole performer. With over 4000 concerts to his credit and over 300 works composed for period instruments, Wayne has received numerous awards and commissions from ASCAP Awards to The National Endowment of the Arts. His film, 7 SOLOS, was awarded best short subject at The World Music and Independent Film Festival in Washington DC. To learn more about Wayne and his work, visit: http://waynehankin.com Jeffrey Pflaum formerly taught inner-city elementary school children in NY for thirty-four years. During this time, he created a successful education project in social-and-emotional learning called The Contemplation Music Writing Project, where he combines music and writing to develop awareness, creativity, and motivation for extraordinary results. He has written articles for professional newspapers and publications about his original curricula. Jeffrey has recently published an inspirational book about adolescent reading life experiences titled, Motivating Teen and Preteen Readers: How Teachers and Parents Can Lead the Way. To learn more about Jeffrey and his work, visit: www.JeffreyPflaum.com
Wednesday 29th of August 2012
Barry Schwartz has been a professor of psychology at Swarthmore College, in Pennsylvania since receiving his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1971. He has written ten books and more than 100 articles for professional journals. In 2004, Barry published The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less, which was named one of the top business books of the year by both Business Week and Forbes Magazine. He has appeared on dozens of radio shows, including NPR’s Morning Edition, and Talk of the Nation, and has been interviewed on Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN), the Lehrer News Hour (PBS), and CBS Sunday Morning. He has lectured to audiences as large as 5000, among them the British and the Dutch governments. Barry’s most recent book, authored with Kenneth Sharpe, is Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing.
Wednesday 22nd of August 2012
Sallie Culbreth is the founder of Committed to Freedom Ministries, which offers retreats, seminars, and resources for survivors of childhood/adolescent sexual abuse. She has authored several books including Despising the Shame - the story of her own childhood sexual abuse; No Longer Alone (NavPress) - a narrative between abuse survivors and Christ; The Uncaged Project - a self-help workbook for men and women who experienced childhood abuse, and many other resources. She holds a B.A. in Pastoral Ministries and her M.S. in Counseling Studies. She is an ordained minister, member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), was a national faculty member for Living Free Ministries, and is trained as a Critical Incident Stress Management Counselor.
Wednesday 15th of August 2012
Bonnie Carroll is the president and founder of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), the national organization offering comfort and care to anyone grieving the death of someone who died while serving in the Armed Forces. Ms. Carroll is a Major in the Air Force Reserves. She served for 16 years in the Air National Guard as a Transportation Officer, Logistics Officer, and Executive Officer. In the federal government, Ms. Carroll held presidential appointments in the Reagan and Bush Administrations, including a senior level position as Executive Assistant for Cabinet Affairs. She met her husband while working in the West Wing for Ronald Reagan, and their love story is captured in the NBC Universal film, "Big Miracle." More information is available at www.taps.org.
Wednesday 8th of August 2012
Sophie Chiche is the founder and curator of lifebyme.com, a website gathering eclectic people who are answering the question, "What is most meaningful to you?"On the site, Nobel Prize winners, media moguls, fishermen, midwives, global leaders, spiritual teachers, artists, and teenagers share their original meaningful words every day. Sophie is also an author, speaker, coach and entrepreneur. She holds Masters in Business, Journalism and Psychology. Visit lifebyme.com for more.
Wednesday 1st of August 2012
Kenneth Cloke is the Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution, where he has served as a mediator, arbitrator, attorney, coach, consultant and trainer. He has taught at universities throughout California, including USC and UCLA, and is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University's School of Law and Harvard University School of Law, among others. He has provided conflict resolution services around the world and is the President and co-founder of Mediators Beyond Borders. Kenneth received his BA from the University of California, Berkeley and JD from Berkeley's Boalt school of Law, his PhD from UCLA, his LLM from UCLA Law School and completed post-doctoral work at Yale University School of Law. He is a also graduate of the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada.
Wednesday 25th of July 2012
Gail Lynne Goodwin is the founder of InspireMeToday.com, bringing the best inspiration to the world. With members in more than 120 countries, InspireMeToday.com provides free inspiration- each day from a new Inspirational Luminary. Gail has interviewed many well-known names including Sir Richard Branson, Guy Laliberte, Seth Godin, Tony Hseih and hundreds more. According to Mashable, Gail was one of 2009's Top 25 Most Inspirational People on Twitter. Prior to InspireMeToday.com, and after years in the commercial real estate business, Gail spent several years as manager for her recording artist daughter, Carly. Gail is a published author and a regular writer for the Huffington Post and for Care2.org, with her column reaching more than 17,000,000 people daily. She offers mentoring and mastermind services to clients worldwide from her home in Whitefish, Montana.
Wednesday 18th of July 2012
Jerry Yellin, a distinguished veteran of World War II, is the author of "The Resilient Warrior," and co-chair of the David Lynch Foundation's new program, Operation Warrior Wellness, which offers Transcendental Meditation to veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. Jerry is also the author of “Of War and Weddings,” published in 1995, which has been published in English and Japanese. As both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go to Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits. For more, visit www.MilitaryConnection.com
Wednesday 11th of July 2012
For more than 35 years, Adkins has participated in the education of children of poverty, working in all levels of public education (elementary, middle, high school, central office administration), as well as an elementary school principal. She has also worked at the college level as an adjunct professor. Presently, she contracts as a consultant, presenting workshops to teachers working with children in poverty. She holds a master's degree and a doctorate in Educational Leadership. As the founder of OraMite, a nonprofit organization, Raye uses both her personal and professional experience to provide a golden touch to improve the lives of others. www.Oramite.com
Wednesday 4th of July 2012
Dr. Benjamin La Brot is a native Southern Californian who learned to swim before he could walk. He has worked on sport and commercial fishing boats, on the Floating Marine Science Laboratory vessel, in classrooms across southern California for the Los Angeles County Office of Marine Education, and for Pacific Biomarine Laboratories as a research diver. He also qualified as an EMT, a Handicapped SCUBA Association Dive Buddy, and completed a B.S. in Marine Biology, a B.A. in History, and a Geology Minor from the University of CA, Santa Barbara.
Wednesday 27th of June 2012
An Emmy Award winning composer and writer, Patricia Lee Stotter lends her tremendous talents in TV, film and social media to furthering awareness of PTSD and Veteran reintegration struggles. Stotter first became interested in Veteran issues while working on a theatre testimonial project that discussed suicide rates among Vietnam Veterans. She has since worked to bring awareness to Veteran issues through True Rep, a repertory company that explores trauma and resilience through testimonial theatre and film, and fosters collaboration among actors, writers and humane service organizations. Her recent documentary, Service: When Women Come Marching Home, highlights challenges facing female Veterans as they transition from active duty to civilian life. For more, visit http://servicethefilm.com/index.php.
Wednesday 20th of June 2012
Known as The Sherpa of Happiness, Valerie Rene Sheppard is Founder and CEO of Source Power, a boutique leadership, business strategy and branding consultant agency in Southern California. Through her work as a speaker, author, consultant and host, Valerie shares her diverse business and marketing background with nonprofits, major businesses such as Proctor & Gamble, and the students she instructs as a guest lecturer at the Merage School of Business at the University of California Irvine.
Wednesday 13th of June 2012
The acclaimed author of 1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Heal, Inspire and Change Your Life, Linda Cohen writes, speaks and consults around the country on the topics of volunteerism, parenting, mitzvahs and happiness. She serves on the Board of Directors for Willowbrook, a nonprofit summer arts program for children. Originally from the east coast, Cohen resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband, two children and their dog. Visit her at www.1000mitzvahs.com.
Wednesday 6th of June 2012
An internationally renowned speaker on self-awareness and human potential, Amir Zoghi uses his modern age philosophies to teach others how to embody transformation, discover truth, and experience their inner freedom. Amir shares his wisdom through writing, teaching, and speaking platforms, and is critically acclaimed for his ability to deliver a strong, impactful message with simplicity and clarity that resonates with people from all walks of life. Learn more about Amir at www.myintuitivewarrior.com.
Wednesday 30th of May 2012
Noted Austrian filmmaker Alexander Vesely strives to produce films that have depth, meaning and substance. He brings this philosophical approach to the U.S. with his American directorial debut, Viktor & I. Chronicling the life of Alexander's grandfather, Viktor & I gives the viewer complete subjectivity as the film moves from family members to friends and others who were close to Viktor Frankl. Alexander Vesely resides in Vienna and recently opened Noetic Films, Inc., in Southern California. For more information about the film, visit http://www.viktorandimovie.com/
Wednesday 23rd of May 2012
An Olympic Medal winner, five-time world champion, competitive diving legend Greg Louganis has long been celebrated for his spirit of sportsmanship and community service. Greg serves as an advocate for many organizations, including youth's clubs, drug and alcohol rehabilitation groups, and organizations for the dyslexic. Since shedding light on his struggle with HIV in his best-selling autobiography, Breaking the Surface, Greg's inspirational message has reached a whole new audience.
Wednesday 16th of May 2012
As both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. Named Woman Business Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners - Ventura County, Debbie Gregory uses www.MilitaryConnection.com as a platform for doing the work that means most to her: assisting veterans, active-duty military personnel and their families, and a number of nonprofits.
Wednesday 9th of May 2012
Douglas W. Kmiec is an American legal scholar, author, and former U.S. ambassador. He is the Caruso Family Chair and Professor of Constitutional Law at Pepperdine University School of Law. Kmiec came to prominence during the United States presidential election, 2008 when, although a Republican, he endorsed Democrat Barack Obama. In July 2009, he was nominated by President Obama to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Malta.
Wednesday 25th of April 2012
Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener is widely known as the "Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology" because his research on happiness has taken him to such far-flung places as Greenland, India, Kenya and Israel. Dr. Biswas-Diener is a leading authority on strengths, culture, courage, and happiness. He has published dozens of scholarly articles and multiple books, most recently The Courage Quotient. He is managing director of Positive Acorn (www.positiveacorn.com) and lives in Portland, Oregon.
Wednesday 18th of April 2012
Jenn Lim is the CEO and Chief Happiness Officer of Delivering Happiness, a company she and Tony Hsieh ,CEO of Zappos, co-created to inspire happiness in work, community, and everyday life. She created the first Culture Book for Zappos - now on its 7th edition .The Culture Book has become a global symbol of how companies can successfully create cultures based on happiness and be profitable at the same time. Jenn also led the launch and management of Tony's first book, Delivering Happiness, which sold over 220,000 copies internationally and hit #1 on numerous bestsellers list (including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today). Today, she's dedicated to growing the social venture of Delivering Happiness to spread and inspire happiness, day by day.
Wednesday 11th of April 2012
As a Filmmaker Ash Adams has written, produced, directed, and co-starred in Once Fallen, After The Past, The Distance, and Peter's Hope, all of which won Adams awards. His newest short is In Mexico, about a returning combat vet suffering from PTSD.
Wednesday 4th of April 2012
Dr. Bill Cloke has over 30 years' experience as a licensed psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles. He has continued to branch out into cognitive behavioral, transpersonal, and self-psychology with specializations in anger management, self-esteem, sexual addiction, and relationship counseling. He has also continued to develop his curiosity and interest in what eases emotional pain, creates change, what affects our sense of self and how psychotherapy cures.
Wednesday 28th of March 2012
The sexual abuse she experienced as a child launched her on a journey - a quest to move beyond what was done to her. The surprising destination was a life altering encounter with God... surprising because she wanted nothing to do with him. Her abuser used God in order to use her. In her confusion, she held God responsible for her abuse. Sallie despised church, people, and God. In many ways, her spirit was as damaged as the rest of her. Sallie became dark and overwhelmed - so much so that she thought suicide was the only way to find relief.
Wednesday 21st of March 2012
The concept of Pay it Forward dates back to ancient Greece in 317 BC. The model was used as a key plot element of the play Dyskolos, (a title which can be translated as "The Grouch") by Menander. His work was lost in the Middle Ages and the theory was rediscovered by Benjamin Franklin and described in a letter below to Benjamin Webb dated April 25, 1784. “I do not pretend to give such a Sum; I only lend it to you. When you [...] meet with another honest Man in similar Distress, you must pay me by lending this Sum to him; enjoining him to discharge the Debt by a like operation, when he shall be able, and shall meet with another opportunity. I hope it may thus go thro' many hands, before it meets with a Knave that will stop its Progress. This is a trick of mine for doing a deal of good with a little money.” Charley Johnson is an entrepreneur and former Owner/Executive V.P. of a Manufacturing company with over 250 employees has a deep passion for Pay it Forward. Believing in Pay it Forward so much so he left his company, career & millions behind to change the world and how people view humanity.
Wednesday 14th of March 2012
Born in 1934 in Durban, South Africa, Arun is the fifth grandson of India’s legendary leader, Mohandas K. “Mahatma” Gandhi. Growing up under the discriminatory apartheid laws of South Africa, he was beaten by “white” South Africans for being too black and “black” South Africans for being too white; so, Arun sought eye-for-an-eye justice. However, he learned from his parents and grandparents that justice does not mean revenge, it means transforming the opponent through love and suffering.
Wednesday 7th of March 2012
Chelo Alvarez-Stehle is a journalist, documentary and new media producer who has worked for over 14 years exposing stories of human trafficking through her creative and outreach work. A Spaniard, she worked in Japan in documentaries for NHK and became Tokyo’s and then Los Angeles’ correspondent for Spain’s El Mundo daily. Her writings on trafficking have been published worldwide. In 1997, Chelo's first published interview on this issue received the publishers’ award, enabling Anu Tamang, a Nepali survivor just rescued from in India, to attend school for the first time in her life. In 2002, the article was turned by Canal+ into TIN GIRLS, a feature documentary film on sex trafficking in the Himalayas, for which she was assistant director, interviewer and consultant. After production of TIN GIRLS, Chelo co-founded the Masala Project, an income-generating spice factory for trafficking survivors in Nepal. Then, in 2011, Tamang received the Hero to End Modern-Day Slavery Award by Hillary Clinton during the official release of the U.S. State Department Human Trafficking Victims Report.
Wednesday 29th of February 2012
Giving service to others is not only good for the recipient, but it is also heartwarming for the giver. When you feel like you are at your lowest point, nothing can lift you up like giving service to others. Our guest this week does just that. He is a regular fixture around Walter Reed and Bethesda hospitals. He is one of the first persons to see the wounded and give them the strength they need in the overwhelming situation they find themselves in. Some have had a limb amputated, while others are suffering from traumatic brain injuries. He is a welcome visitor of the soldiers and gives support to all in need.
Wednesday 22nd of February 2012
Garcia made his directorial debut co-directing The Wayshower (2012) with John-Roger, filmed primarily in Utah, and with major scenes shot on location in Morocco, France, England, Peru and Spain. The Wayshower stars Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts, Peter Stormare and Academy Award nominee Sally Kirkland and Garcia also plays the leading role as 'Jesus'. Garcia worked closely with Academy Award winner Dane Davis (TheMatrix) on the sound design, and was mentored by Academy Award winning Director Stephen Soderbergh throughout the directing and editing process and the result is an independent film with strikingly high production value. The Wayshower won Best Ensemble Cast at the FirstGlance Film Festival in Hollywood, and continues to screen at film festivals in 2011.
Wednesday 15th of February 2012
Dr. Gettis spent two years as a Vietnam era army psychologist in the late 1960's. In the 1970's, he worked for seven years at a large mental health center as the Chief Psychologist. He is a clinical psychologist with graduate degrees from Central Michigan University, Utah State University, and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has been in private practice since 1974.
Wednesday 8th of February 2012
We are born with gifts. We all possess our own unique qualities, talents, strengths, and weaknesses. Our greatest gift is the gift of knowing. Knowing how to hone in on ourselves and manifest the greatness of who we are and what gifts we were given at birth. It is our birthright to be happy and pursue our dreams and intentions. Our guests this week are two examples of knowing what they were born to do and are living their intentions.
Wednesday 1st of February 2012
The American Dream was founded on the belief that anyone dedicated to thrift and hard work could create opportunities and achieve a better life. Now that dream has been reduced to a hyper quantified desire for fancier clothes, sleeker cars, and larger homes. As our standard of living has climbed over the past forty years, our self-reported "happiness levels" have flat lined. We've somehow lost our way, but it's not too late to find it again.
Wednesday 25th of January 2012
Lisa Steadman is an internationally acclaimed best-selling author, sought after speaker, results coach, creative consultant, and CEO of Woohoo, Inc. A masterful mentor when it comes to Awakening your Woohoo WithinTM, Lisa loves showing woman how to step into their spotlight, stake their claim in the world, and create the life, relationships, and business of their dreams. Lisa is a frequent media contributor, having appeared on The Today Show, The Tyra Banks Show, iVillage Live, The Fran Drescher Show, Playboy Radio, and New Zealand's Good Morning. In 2012, she's leading a year long mission called The Year of You to help women celebrate themselves and stop playing small.
Wednesday 18th of January 2012
This week we explore the depth and width of resilience of the human condition. We will discover how to overcome adversity and stress, and live the happy life we were meant to. Tune in as we learn how deep an individual can reach into their soul and find happiness after a tragic accident or misfortune? Are there limitations of the human spirit and condition, and how far it can it be stretched to create the quality of life one longs for? Our guest this week discusses his journey from being on top of the skiing world, to a heart breaking accident, to arriving high above the world, once again.
Wednesday 11th of January 2012
Charley Johnson: An entrepreneur and former Owner/Executive V.P. of a Manufacturing company with over 250 employees has a deep passion for Pay it Forward. Believing in Pay it Forward so much so he left his company, career & millions behind to change the world and how people view humanity. He has been a Board member of the Pay it Forward Foundation for the past 4 years and will become President January 1st, 2012. He is the creator of the Pay it Forward Bracelet, a physical reminder to do good that has been sent to over 1 million people in 108 countries.
Wednesday 4th of January 2012
Kenneth Cloke is Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution and a mediator, arbitrator, attorney, coach, consultant, and trainer, specializing in communication, negotiation, and resolving complex multi-party conflicts, as well as designing preventative conflict resolution systems for organizations.
Tuesday 13th of December 2011
Rudy Wietfeldt has personally faced and overcome incredible tragedies: at 18 he was pallbearer for his father, who died suddenly in his 40s; at 25, Rudy had also served as pallbearer for his mother. By the age of 33, Rudy had buried three sons and a daughter. And Rudy has also suffered with what Wikipedia has called "the most painful condition known to medical science," the Cluster Headache. Through all the pain and suffering, the book "The Core of Happiness" was penned by Rudy in the hope that his surviving children and others would ultimately derive benefit from his philosophy of hope that has guided his life. "The Core of Happiness" is the first in a series of books with "a ‘novel' approach to self help." Rudy is currently co-authoring a chronic pain management book with Dr. Barry Mitchell; look for this to be released in 2012.
Wednesday 7th of December 2011
Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick are founders of the University of Santa Monica, a small, private graduate school offering master's degree programs in Spiritual Psychology. Most recently, Ron and Mary have released their newest book, Loyalty to Your Soul - The Heart of Spiritual Psychology. Loyalty to your Soul means learning to live life from within the spiritual context of who you are. Which means the YOU that is the spiritual essence of your very being as opposed to who you think you are, which is really all about your ego or personality. The idea is that "We are not human beings who have a Soul, we are Souls having a human experience."
Wednesday 30th of November 2011
Chrissy Carew is a Hall-of-Fame Master Certified personal and business coach, mentor and trainer as well as the author of Insightful Player: Football Pros Lead a Bold Movement of Hope, published in October of 2011 by Morgan James Publishing.
Wednesday 23rd of November 2011
Thanksgiving is a time of giving thanks and gratitude. When we give thanks, we are expressing our love and happiness towards others. This week , as we usher in the Holiday Season, I give my thanks to you, through music. I am very grateful and thankful to the guest musicians this week as they share with us their expressions, creativity and talent, through their love of music.
Wednesday 16th of November 2011
WAYNE HANKIN is a period instrument specialist and has played 400 different instruments over a 30 year career. Specializing in medieval, renaissance and baroque periods, Wayne has mastered instruments played only by a small handful of people in the world including various bagpipes, hornpipes, flutes, whistles, gemshorns, trumps, bone flutes, double reeds and others. There are also instruments made exclusively for his talents of which he is the sole performer.
Wednesday 9th of November 2011
As an architectural designer, cookies and baking were a side note in Tami Cromar’s life. When she wanted a little extra spending money, she’d bake. When she wanted to help her daughters raise funds, she’d bake. When she wanted a quality, memorable gift for her clients, she’d bake. Over the course of 15 years, it was an accumulation of these incidences, coupled with her disillusionment with the design industry, that brought Cromar to a realization: It was time for cookies to move from the sidelines to the forefront of her life. So she quit her former career.With a vote of confidence from her family, and a $10,00 IRA, she began the process of opening the local bakery, RubySnap.
Wednesday 2nd of November 2011
Dr. Bill Cloke has recently finished a book about relationships and intimacy. The book titled HAPPY TOGETHER: Creating a Lifetime of Connection, Commitment and Intimacy addresses how our inner life affects our ability to connect emotionally with others and creates or soothes conflict, healing and redemption. His interest is devoted to the ultimate challenge of easing pain and helping people to develop better and more satisfying relationships.
Wednesday 26th of October 2011
Dr. Alan Gettis believes wholeheartedly in the power of stories. his therapeutic approach to helping others heal and thrive as a result of his studies of world cultures in general and Zen in particular. Dr. Gettis spent two years as a Vietnam era army psychologist in the late 1960’s. In the 1970’s, he worked for seven years at a large mental health center as the Chief Psychologist. He is a clinical psychologist and has been in private practice since 1974.
Wednesday 19th of October 2011
Alison Lighthall, RN, BSN, MSN, a former Captain in the US Army Nurse Corps, is an expert in posttraumatic stress, combat stress, military suicide, and mental resilience. While serving with the 7302nd Medical Training Support Battalion, she provided psychosocial training throughout the Midwest to units preparing to deploy and debriefing sessions upon their return. Alison served as the Lead Clinician of Fort Carson's Urgent Psychiatric Care Response Team, providing emergency psychiatric care to their most emotionally wounded. Currently, as a trainer and consultant, she assists with reintegration programs for military and police organizations.
Wednesday 12th of October 2011
Fuzzy Manning is the Founder & CEO of PTS Treatment. He is a recognized international alternative clinician, therapist, and speaker who mends the hearts of female/male military veterans, National Guard, Coast Guard, reservists, and their families who are dealing with the invisible wounds of Post Traumatic Stress (PTS). During the alternative therapy process, it’s impossible to separate Chronic Disease, Chronic Pain and Musculoskeletal Damage, Combat Stress, Military Sexual Trauma (MST), Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Suicidal Thoughts, and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) from PTS during treatment. You can’t treat one without treating the other. Fuzzy offers a safe and secure environment for people to tell their story and receive the necessary treatment and therapy despite their gender, age, language, or ethnicity. He believes in treating veterans, military personnel, and their family as one-unit. Visit http://ptstreatment.com
Wednesday 5th of October 2011
Barry Fixler has aided numerous wounded Marines and soldiers, to whom his loyalties are obvious, but has also helped people who have had no connections to the military. Barry has pledged to raise a million dollars for combat-wounded veterans from the proceeds from his book Semper Cool: One Marine’s Fond Memories of Vietnam. Barry is donating all of his royalties from Semper Cool to combat veterans wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. You can learn more about Barry’s foundation and monitor the progress of his million dollar goal on his web site: SemperCool.com.
Wednesday 28th of September 2011
Chaney Weiner is a sought after authority on human potential and personal development. He is the founder of the Chaney Institute of Human Potential, an organization dedicated to empowering people worldwide in all seven areas of life (Financial, physical, family, mental, spiritual, vocational, and social) by helping them discover their hidden brilliance and uniqueness based on what is most important to them. Chaney is also a facilitator of the Demartini Method which was developed by Dr. John Demartini.
Wednesday 21st of September 2011
Deva and Miten's music transcends all the usual musical boundaries, with fans including rock icon Cher, who featured one of Deva’s most popular chants, the Gayatri Mantra, on her Farewell Concert Tour; world renowned author and motivational coach Tony Robbins, and even His Holiness The Dalai Lama who, after hearing Deva & Miten sing for a private audience, exclaimed, “Beautiful music, beautiful…!”
Wednesday 14th of September 2011
As both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go To Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits. The web site is one of the most comprehensive online directories of military and veteran resources with thousands of pages and something for everyone. Visit www.militaryconnection.com for more info.
Wednesday 7th of September 2011
Raquel Reyna is an emotional eating specialist and weight loss expert. She has been in the business of weight loss for the last 10 years and has helped hundreds of women find their ideal body weight. She helped launch one of the most successful weight loss franchises in the US. Today sees through her years of experience and personal battles with eating disorders and binge eating as well as severe yo yo dieting that weight loss and health has far less to do with what you eat and more to do with how you think.
Wednesday 31st of August 2011
Every woman, whether she realizes it or not, has a Real Cougar just waiting to be unleashed. Living your life as a smart, sexy, independent woman is the best gift you can give yourself. So get over listening to what other people think you should do and start living the life you deserve. After leaving a powerful Wall Street career, Linda Franklin made the conscious decision to take back her life. She embarked on a quest to find the answers that would help her relationships, maintain a healthy body, looking fabulous, starting a new career and filling her spiritual reservoir. That journey, as tough as it was, turned out to be a blessing. It re-ignited her passion and allowed her to get excited about "act two" of her life.
Wednesday 24th of August 2011
Chitoka Webb's life and business motto is "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" pulling herself up by the bootstraps these humble beginnings brought more success. After developing two health care agencies and a new state-of-the-art barbershop Webb developed Chitoka L.Webb Holdings, Inc. which oversees her professional ventures, and the early development stages of a Foundation which supports her community service projects
Wednesday 17th of August 2011
Suzanne has been consulted many times during her career to assist in missing persons; most often at the request of Search and Rescue and family members. Suzanne’s life has been a kaleidoscope of astonishing experiences that have conspired to bring her finally to a life of seamlessness and fulfillment For more about Suzanne, visit www.suzannejauchius.com
Wednesday 10th of August 2011
Promoting Health, Joy, Success, and Happiness in order to live life at one's fullest potential, Adonis's mission is to give all his energy in an effort to make a more peaceful, happier, greener and safer planet, being at service to others, coming always from his Higher Self. Visit Adonis at http://adonisellinas.blogspot.com
Wednesday 3rd of August 2011
Sandra Beck from Military Mom Talk Radio joins Lisa to talk about resources for military and their families. Evelyn Gray spends time with Lisa discussing the benefits of organization, especially for those with ADD, which relieves stress and, thus, satisfaction and freedom.
Wednesday 27th of July 2011
Life Coach, Marla Tabaka is The Million-Dollar Mindset Coach and specializes in coaching women business owners who are ready to embrace their full potential in life and business. Marla runs a thriving coaching practice and is also a Success Coach for the nationally known organization, Count-Me-In for Women’s Economic Independence. She’s spent years inspiring women business owners to grow their annual revenues to one million dollars and beyond. Life Coach Marla loves to share her success tips so she is also a regular author on the popular blogs, SparkPlugging.com and Inc magazine on line.
Wednesday 20th of July 2011
Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick are founders of the University of Santa Monica, a small, private graduate school offering master’s degree programs in Spiritual Psychology. Most recently, Ron and Mary have released their newest book, “Loyalty To Your Soul” – The Heart of Spiritual Psychology. For more information, visit www.loyaltytoyoursour.com
Wednesday 13th of July 2011
don Jose Ruiz with his father don Miguel Ruiz offers a fresh perspective on don Miguel's book, The Four Agreements, in a powerful new agreement for transforming our lives into our personal heaven: the Fifth Agreement. The Fifth Agreement takes us to a deeper level of awareness of the power of the Self, and returns us to the authenticity we were born with.
Wednesday 6th of July 2011
Dr Wu’s first book, Feed Your Face: Younger, Smoother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Days, was published by St. Martin’s Press in February 2011. It’s a real-world guide to choosing the right foods for smoother, clearer skin—including what to eat at your favorite restaurants and why you should eat pizza and steak and drink red wine.
Wednesday 29th of June 2011
ViewFromThePier.com features a new image each day, captioned by an uplifting quotation - a daily dose of colorful inspiration. It's part-travelogue, part-life lesson, always thought-provoking.
Wednesday 22nd of June 2011
Robert writes non-fiction that applies philosophy, psychoanalysis and literature to the concerns of everyday life. His book is Driving with Plato: The Meaning of Life’s Milestones, which combines the best brains in history for the first time in a smart, witty and accessible journey through life’s ups and downs.
Wednesday 15th of June 2011
Patricia Spadaro is the award-winning author of the book Honor Yourself: The Inner Art of Giving and Receiving and other popular works on personal growth. Her books are available around the world in more than 20 languages. Her new book Honor Yourself explores how to get beyond the myths about giving and receiving that can sabotage your finances, relationships, careers—even your health—to more balanced, authentic living.
Wednesday 8th of June 2011
Sgt Brandi joins Lisa to talk about his newest book The Warrior's Guide to Worlds at War, the Dragon has Awakened. Sgt. Andy Brandi's mission is simple: changing and saving lives by helping each and every Warrior understand they’ve walked off the battlefield far stronger than when they walked on, and to then use that strength to overcome the traumas of their experiences. Visit www.sgtbrandi.com
Wednesday 25th of May 2011
Rivers of Recovery delivers direct support to physically and psychologically injured combat veterans through innovative, outdoor-based therapies and pioneering research. They strive to provide participants with therapeutic programs which result in measurable and sustainable improvement. These programs are designed to re-enable and re-energize participants and provide the support and self-confidence necessary to maximize long-term recovery. Veterans and families from all armed forces and military eras are eligible. For more information about military and combat stress related treatment programs, visit www.riversofrecovery.org.
Wednesday 18th of May 2011
Four Los Angeles based partner companies and organizations have come together to for the Veterans Preservation Corp. Each partner brings a niche value to the new program, offering post combat Vets a full spectrum of opportunity to re-enter the workforce after battling the effects of PTSD. Harvesting Happiness for Heroes, New Directions Veterans residential living center, Heritage Square Museum and Preservation Arts plan to offer homeless Veterans a skill education in the niche industry of reconstructing, rebuilding and preserving historic buildings (such as the Los Angeles Public Library), as their cornerstone of the Veterans Preservation Corp.
Wednesday 11th of May 2011
In addition to being the author of the book, the Humanist Approach to Happiness, she is also the writer and producer of An Introduction to Humanism on DVD. She is the Tampa Humanist and Freethought Examiner for Examiner.com and writes a monthly freelance column about Humanism for the Bradenton Herald newspaper. Finally she writes the Happiness Through Humanism blog and podcast. Visit her at www.jen-hancock.com
Wednesday 4th of May 2011
Frank Clayton is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Happiness. He has a thriving private practice in Salt Lake City and teaches a class there called Happiness 101. In the two years he has been teaching the class, he has taught hundreds of people scientifically proven methods to be happier. For more information, visit www.saltlakementalhealth.com
Wednesday 27th of April 2011
Steven Shaps MA, practices mind/body psychotherapy, counseling and coaching and specializes in the practice of anger management, stress management and Somatic psychology. He works with individuals, couples, and families as well as leads groups. Learn more about Steven at www.stevenshaps.com
Wednesday 20th of April 2011
Author Nancy Sherman describes her book: “The Untold War is my best effort at allowing soldiers to open up their hearts and tell their stories. I have listened to those stories with the ear of a philosopher and psychoanalyst, but also with the ear of a daughter, who always felt that she needed to understand more about what her father went through." Find out more about Nancy at www.nancysherman.com
Wednesday 13th of April 2011
Lori Fields is a NYS Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Internet entrepreneur, leader, visionary, health & fitness enthusiast and Founder of the Real Beauty Is Movement. She has dedicated her life to teaching women how to feel good about themselves by tapping into their power, live their life on purpose and defining beauty on their own terms.
Wednesday 6th of April 2011
George is motivated by light bulbs, or light bulb moments, as it turns out. He loves having them himself, but even more so, he loves watching the bulb illuminate over somebody else’s head as a result of a story, analogy, or the simplification of something very complicated which people seem to grasp when he explains it in his own sweet way.
Wednesday 30th of March 2011
Touch-Nology manufactures patent-pending, Connection Kits and Products designed to bring Resiliency, connection, communication and healing to families in challenging situations. Touch.Nology developed Kits to help Service Members and Military Families build Resiliency before, during and after deployment. The kits contain a number of different types of products—all designed to work together over time. To date, upwards of 170,000 Service Members and Military Families have received Kits and responded with very positive reviews. For more information, visit www.touch-nology.com
Wednesday 23rd of March 2011
Gail Lynne Goodwin is the founder of InspireMeToday.com, bringing the best inspiration to the world. With members in more than 120 countries, InspireMeToday.com provides free inspiration- each day from a new Inspirational Luminary. Visit www.inspiremetoday.com and be inspired!
Wednesday 16th of March 2011
A leading voice in the art of guiding others to know themselves and create the life they've always envisioned, Lynn offers a powerful, profound and FUN experience of self-discovery and transformation. To learn more, visit www.gameofyou.com or look for the book/game at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Wednesday 9th of March 2011
Nic makes films. Short, black and white. Far beyond simple. Films that show people stark naked as they are. Films made with a pace that makes little sense when set against the canter of our modern day lives. In one breath they appear to soothe and in the very next, can challenge to a point far beyond uncomfortable. They’re not for everyone. They are for those who have set out to consciously seek a meaningful life. Nic’s films have been said to shake the soul. For more information visit www.soulbiographies.com
Wednesday 2nd of March 2011
Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick, founders of the University of Santa Monica, join Lisa to share their views on spiritual psychology and discuss their recent book, Loyalty To Your Soul. For more information, visit www.loyaltytoyoursoul.com
Wednesday 23rd of February 2011
"Soulshaping: A Journey of Self-Creation," is Jeff Brown's autobiography - an inner travelogue of his journey from archetypal male warrior to a more surrendered path.
Wednesday 16th of February 2011
Guest John Rola, founder of Strumming For Vets, joins Lisa to discuss the impact that music therapy has on healing our wounded warriors' bodies, minds, and hearts. With the talents of artists and sponsors, Strumming For Vets organizes concerts, events, and visits to VA hospitals to reach out to those who those who are overcoming many forms of trauma. For more information about John's work and Strumming For Vets, visit www.strummingforvets.org.
Wednesday 9th of February 2011
Lisa welcomes Lou Paget, certified sex educator, author and talk show host, for an exciting and informative conversation, as any conversation with Lou always is! For more information about Lou, her workshops, books, products, and her new talk show on Toginet.com, visit www.loupaget.com
Wednesday 2nd of February 2011
Dr. Bill Cloke joins Lisa for an interesting discussion of relationships, C.U.R.E., and his new book HAPPY TOGETHER: Creating a Lifetime of Connection, Commitment and Intimacy. For more information, visit www.happytogetherbook.com.
Wednesday 26th of January 2011
The G.E.T. I.T. Together program was developed by Master Peter Hill as a practical guide to promoting body/mind knowledge, physical / psychological / emotional power, and creating inner harmony, while resolving conflict and traversing the various worlds/roles that we move through.
Wednesday 19th of January 2011
Sgt. Andy Brandi’s mission is simple: changing and saving lives. By helping each and every Warrior understand they’ve walked off the battlefield far stronger than when they walked on, and to then use that strength to overcome the traumas of their experiences. This allows them not only to understand their feelings about their experiences are normal and to heal, thus preventing them from taking their lives and the lives of others. It also directs them toward life goals that benefit themselves and their loved ones and leads to a more productive and excellent future. Speaker and author of The Warrior’s Guide to Insanity, Sgt. Brandi says, “Once they understand the savage side of their nature, they are on the road to healing. Sure, there will always be scars, but that’s the price we willingly pay to serve this nation. And I want them to feel comfortable in remembering the war, the loss of true friends and the pain we’ve shared as Brothers and Sisters. Because everything we’ve experienced in Battle makes us stronger, wiser and better human beings when we keep that focus; allowing others to be weaker than we are, and yet to help them to a position of strength that we as Warriors all have.” For more information, visit http://sgtbrandi.com . Find your Happiness with Lisa Cypers Kamen every Wednesday at 9 am PST/12 pm EST on Toginet.com! For more information, visit Lisa’s website, www.harvestinghappiness.com .
Wednesday 12th of January 2011
Lisa chats with Meghan Roth of the Lone Survivor Foundation and with Sue Lynch, yoga instructor and founder of There & Back Again, a program helping combat veterans reintegrate after their service.
Wednesday 5th of January 2011
This week Lisa was joined by Kimberly Trapp of MyThreeThings.org. My Three Things is asking people around the world to name three things they’re willing to forgive themselves for. We all need an outlet; a place where we feel safe enough to let go of guilt and shame. Their website has been most successful with many submissions from around the world. Submissions are to be included in a book being published about forgiveness and releasing judgement.
Wednesday 15th of December 2010
Lisa welcomed Dr. Mark Setton from The Pursuit of Happiness; a group of educators from various universities and high schools, as well as specialists in web design, constructing a multimedia educational platform on the internet focused on the topic of human happiness. For more information, and for upcoming webinars, visit www.pursuit-of-happiness.org
Wednesday 8th of December 2010
Lisa’s guest this week was author and inspirational speaker Michael Chase of the Kindness Center. Michael began The Kindness Center with the vision of creating a more peaceful and kindhearted world. Located in the beautiful state of Maine, he is accomplishing this by inspiring kindness in schools, the workplace, and in everyday life. Through his programs and events, Michael reveals the secrets to true happiness and the incredible benefits of a heart-centerd lifestyle.
Wednesday 1st of December 2010
Patrick Combs, author, speaker and success coach joined Lisa this week. Patrick’s mission is “sharing success – teaching people to make dreams take off”. Additionally, Patrick is a driving force behind the Might Club; a community of artists, renegades, misfits, dreamers and those who think different. For more information visit www.mightclub.org
Wednesday 24th of November 2010
Lisa welcomed Sandra Beck, president of Motherhood Incorporated. As an author, coach, speaker, radio host, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Sandra Beck is as successful as she is busy. The single mother of two has created a virtual empire of successful companies entirely staffed, managed and implemented using a host of virtual assistants and on-line resources. Sandra is the host of two Radio Shows: Military Mom Talk Radio and Motherhood Talk Radio on Toginet.com. An active contributor and participant in many charities, Sandra Beck strives to make the world a better place for today’s and our future’s children. Near to her heart are Toys for Tots, World of Children and Children Uniting Nations. Sandra Beck was born in a small town outside of Buffalo, New York. She attended Northwestern University and earned both her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and her Master’s Degree in Advertising.
Wednesday 17th of November 2010
Lisa welcomes guests Kelly Wallace and Erin Wholey from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and members of Grateful Nation, a vehicle for giving at BIDMC. Grateful Nation brings together patients, families, friends and staff of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Boston to support compassionate and quality care and groundbreaking research at the Medical Center. Tom DesFosses, cancer survivor and patient at BIDMC, joins the discussion as the founder of A Reason To Ride, an annual bike marathon that has grown since 2008, providing over $88,000 this year for cancer reasearch. For more information, visit www.gratefulnation.org
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