Recent Episodes and Interviews

Harvesting Happiness

Warehouses of Experience: Brain, Body, and Trauma with Dr. Paul Valent MD & Dr. Thomas Verny MD

Have you ever read a book or heard a story of an unusually cruel or violent person and wonder what makes them capable of such atrocities? A sound hypothesis would be that the person had a very difficult and painful childhood, suffering abuses beyond normal coping mechanisms. But, new discoveries suggest that stress and trauma can be passed from one generation to subsequent generations through RNA and DNA. Making humans truly an amalgam of their ancestors. To discover the impact our family of origin has on our cellular makeup and disposition, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two doctors who have a unique history about their fascinating work and the application of it to the healing and recovery process. Dr. Paul Valent specializes in the harm people inflict on one another and why they do it. He is the author of Heart of Violence: Why People Harm Each Other which he discusses in detail. Dr. Thomas Verny is a clinical psychiatrist who has made strides in the discovery of cellular memory and how stress affects generations. His book, The Embodied Mind: Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies investigates the storage of memories outside the brain, the impact of organ transplants, and epigenetics

Im Not The Same Woman I Used To Be Im Free

Special Guest Shanell Nichole Struggles and Triumphs 05-24-2022

Do you suffer with sickness or health problems? If so, how do you stay positive? Special guest Shanell Nichole returns to share more of her struggles and Triumphs related to her own health battles. She also provides suggestions on how to stay encouraged through whatever trials you may face.

Sparking Wholeness

Episode 138: Eating Mindfully for Mental Health with Erin Kerry

This episode wraps up a four part series for Mental Health Awareness Month. Eating for mental health is so much more than changing the content of the food you consume. Eating for mental health means changing the content of your thoughts toward your own body and your food. In this episode, Erin Kerry covers how to create a healthier relationship with food after a lifetime of dieting and restriction and negative body image. Key Topics: - Why your thoughts toward your body matter - How to stop treating your body like a math equation - Physiological issues with "intuitively eating" processed food - Important steps toward healing your relationship with food - Ways to eat more mindfully, enjoy food, and create optimal brain health

Success Profiles Radio

Kenny Simpson and Krystle Moore Discuss Commercial and Residential Real Estate Investing, And Where The Best Opportunities Are Right Now

Kenny Simpson and Krystle Moore were this week's guests on Success Profiles Radio. They are real estate investors, and Kenny's expertise is residential lending while Krystle's is in commercial lending. They have helped over 1000 clients on their path to creating generational wealth. We discussed how they called prior clients when starting their own business to give themselves a running start, what success means to them, and the most expensive mistakes they have ever made. In addition, we talked about where the best real estate investment opportunities lie, what it takes to be a successful investor, and the biggest mistakes they make. We also talked about how the differences between qualifying for a commercial loan versus a residential loan. Finally, we talked about building a successful brand, their top core values, the importance of finding the right people to add to their team, and their top productivity tips. We discussed alot more, and you can listen to the entire show on iTunes/Apple podcasts and at https://toginet.com/shows/successprofilesradio

Wise Health For Women Radio

The Power of Journaling with Linda Kreter and Rhaiza Gutierrez

Linda Kreter and WiseHealth for Women Radio joins guest Rhaiza Gutierrez to discuss how journaling helps make dreams go from vision to reality, clarify emotions, raise wellbeing, help in problem resolution, and provide a safe haven to "brain-dump" emotions to release them. Better understand this tool for a calmer, clearer understanding of patterns and our responses. Be your best YOU! Helping Women Thrive!

Motherhood Talk Radio

Episode #345: Karen Kingsbury and the New Baxter Book with Sandra Beck

Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio speaks with best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, author of the Baxter series spanning 20 years that are now becoming a movie and television series. Karen Kingsbury is an American Christian novelist born in Fairfax, Virginia. She was a sports writer for the Los Angeles Times and later wrote for the Los Angeles Daily News.New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury takes us back to the beginning of the Baxter family saga in this much-anticipated stand-alone prequel.Listen for a great offer from Noom.com/motherhoodtalk. Check out Best Fiends and solve tons of fun puzzles by downloading this 5-star rated puzzle game free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Also on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, I Heart Radio and GooglePlay.

Ride the Elephant Today

What Best Describes What You Do - I have to ... or - I get to ...?

What is motivating you? When you get up in the morning and climbed out of bed, do you say to yourself "I have to go to work (school) today." Or do you say "I get to go to work (school) today." Ray McKinley discusses what is at the core of motivation.

Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing

POP Power Positioning with LinkedIN 05-19-2022

Marketing and writing with heart, not hype, direct response copywriter, marketing mentor and author of the award-winning book, Millionaire Marketing on a Shoestring Budget, Debra Jason joins podcast host Dr. Judith Briles for another deep dive into all things new on LinkedIn. As with many social networking platforms, now and again LinkedIn® makes changes that affect your profile and your visibility. Join AuthorYou as Debra Jason shares updates that have taken place on the network and why you may, or may not, want to take advantage of them. During the podcast you’ll explore: • How do you get access to LinkedIn Live and Newsletters? • How you can reach a larger audience (according to LinkedIn). • What is Creator Mode? Is it for you? • Are hashtags important on LinkedIn? • The secret to adding a profile video to your profile photo. • Why you should add the LinkedIn mobile app to your phone. • The three biggest mistakes authors make on LinkedIn. It's another essential podcast episode from AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing.

In Your Head with Leigh Richardson

Fire Up Your Finances By Understanding Your Karmic Currency

Leigh Richardson of the Brain Performance Center and host of In Your Head with Leigh Richardson speaks with Sandy Fernandez to talk about understanding your karmic currency to fire up your finances. Often referred to as the “Money Angel,” Sandy Fernandez is an author, financial consultant, clairvoyant, and energetic lightworker. Leigh Richardson is also the author of Brain on Game On, available at Amazon and on http://www.thebrainperformancecenter.com and https://www.leigherichardson.com/. She also owns and operates The Brain Performance Center, a brain and mental health clinic located in Dallas, Texas that can be reached at 214-329-9017. This show is also on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Audible, and Stitcher.

Harvesting Happiness

Psychology of Money: Finessing Financial Security with Michelle Singletary & Scott Nations

These days, more often than not, financial market headlines include the terms ‘market crash’, ‘bubble bursting’, ‘inflation’, or ‘downturn’. What do these terms mean for long-term investors or for those who don’t invest but are impacted by job loss or economic hardship? How can everyday Americans attain enough financial security to be happy? To get expert advice about staying financially healthy, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two economic experts who talk about the psychology of money and how to achieve financial security. Michelle Singletary is a well-known financial advisor and a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post and other high-profile news outlets. She discusses tips for creating a savings cushion in the case of an emergency and how financial security means paying for basic needs first. The information is from her book, What to Do with Your Money When Crisis Hits: A Survival Guide. Scott Nations is the president of a financial firm and a regular contributor to CNBC. He talks about his book, The Anxious Investor: Mastering the Mental Game of Investing, and the human behaviors that lead us to either be averse to risk or embrace it.