Recent Episodes and Interviews

Motherhood Talk Radio

Make your Crazy Work for You with Sandra Beck and Dr Mark Borg

From the authors of the Irrelationship series comes an insightful guidebook for enhancing the most vital relationship in every person's life—the one they have with themselves. Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio interviews Dr. Mark Borg. Making Your Crazy Work for You adopts the irrelationship model to present a step-by-step program for self-understanding and catalyzing change. Our "crazy" refers to our unique reaction to our own pain, fear, and anxiety brought on by isolation from others and ourself. This unrecognized isolation can occur even when we are surrounded by other people in our daily lives. However, by learning to listen to our craziness, we can use it as a tool for ending isolation and opening up to love. Drawn from the authors' personal experience and clinical practice, each chapter features new case studies, exercises, and tools to help readers to reverse unhealthy behavior patterns, learn to access their genuine emotions, needs, and ideas create better relationships. 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.

Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing

2022 Book Marketing Tips for Authors 01-27-2022

It's a new year and a look forward for authors and their book marketing. Over a dozen book marketing tips are revealed by the AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing host Judith Briles as she reveals where authors should be focusing their energies and book marketing strategies during 2022. Get ready for Book Marketing tips all for your author and publishing success on the AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing podcast.

In Your Head with Leigh Richardson

A Touch of Naturopathy: Combining Modern Medical Science with Time-Proven Healing Methods

Leigh Richardson of the Brain Performance Center and host of In Your Head with Leigh Richardson speaks with Dr. Scott Clack, a naturopathic doctor, to talk about the effectiveness of naturopathic medicine and diet changes that provide effective and immediate results in as early as two weeks. Dr. Clack graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle. He practiced in B.C. for 2 years before moving home to Ontario. He opened Touchstone Naturopathic Centre in Mississauga, Ontario in April 2000, which operated through December 2018. Dr. Clack currently practices at the Oakville Naturopathic Wellness Centre. Being a naturopathic doctor is a second career for Dr. Scott. When his wife was recommended by a naturopathic doctor to follow an elimination diet to treat her migraine headaches, he followed along with the diet to support her. Her migraines decreased dramatically and his chronic sinus congestion began to clear up. The elimination diet, and the possibility of hidden, undiagnosed food sensitivities proved to be a very successful treatment. From that point, Dr. Scott decided to train to become a naturopathic doctor and graduated from Bastyr University in 1997. Holistic medicine looks for triggers from a person’s lifestyle and environmental exposures as the triggers of disease. Then patients are prescribed natural medicines or treatments that activate the body’s innate healing mechanisms to restore health, in addition to eliminating or avoiding the triggers. For Dr. Scott, it is important to raise awareness about how naturopathic medicine is practiced. You will be directed to change your lifestyle: that will include changing your diet and eating habits, to introduce regular exercise (if you’re not doing this already), improve your sleep habits and adopt spiritual or mindfulness practices into your regular routine. Natural medicines and treatments will be recommended and modified over time to help you safely become healthier. Dr. Scott's tagline is: “Combining modern medical science with time-proven healing methods.” Check out Dr. Scott's website: https://www.touchstonecentre.com/ Leigh Richardson is also the author of Brain on Game On, available at Amazon and on http://www.thebrainperformancecenter.com. The Brain Performance Center is located in Dallas, Texas and can be reached at 214-329-9017. Also on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart Radio and Stitcher.

Harvesting Happiness

Amazon Presents: Daigle Bites

On today’s inaugural Season two episode, Lauren is inviting on psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori Gottlieb! The two dive in right away as Lauren asks Lori if she always envisioned being a counsellor and how to create incredible connection with others through storytelling and music. The pair also chat about: what Lori believes drives the narrative of isolation, Lauren’s personal story with counselling and mental health, how to identify what ‘wise compassion’ is, the difference between productive anxiety vs unproductive anxiety and exactly where to start to breed more compassion. If you’re ready to understand a little more about yourself, and those around you, to ultimately cultivate deeper relationships - this episode is for you. In addition to her clinical practice, Lori writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and is co-host of the popular “Dear Therapists” podcast produced by Katie Couric. Listen here: http://wondery.fm/Happiness_Daigle

Harvesting Happiness

Use Your Words Wisely: Idioms, Expression, and Meaning with Martha Barnette and Beth Kobliner

There are approximately 6,500 languages spoken in the world. In each of those, there are multiple dialects, meanings, and expressions. While some Cincinnatians may say ‘Jeezle Petes’ when they are confused by someone’s behavior. Our friends across the pond say ‘for Pete’s sake’ with a similar connotation, even though both groups are both speaking English. Consider some of your favorite words and expressions. Where do they originate? Did your grandparents create it out of thin air or is it a turn of phrase rooted deep into linguistic history? To investigate all the joy this human communication tool can offer, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two wordsmiths about the origin story of age-old expressions and how language is ever-evolving. Martha Barnette is the host of A Way with Words, a radio show that investigates the connection between dialects and linguistic diversity in languages as well as the origin of widely-used phrases. Beth Kobliner recounts her parents' journey of collecting 11,000 different language expressions which they compiled in their book, So to Speak: 11,000 Expressions That'll Knock Your Socks Off. Beth also engages Lisa with some fun word and expression games.

PoweredUp

Reap what you Sew with Sandra Beck and Dr. Deb Waterbury

Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio speak with Dr. Deb Waterbury about her Project Malonda dolls and bags. Dr. Deb Waterbury is the founder of two trade schools for impoverished women in Malawi, Africa—The Reap What You Sew School for Women and Project Malonda (www.ProjectMalonda.org )—and has authored fourteen books, including her #1 Amazon bestseller, “We are Mother Abraham.” She hosts two weekly shows, “Real Life with Deb Waterbury” and “Get Real with Deb Waterbury.” She acquired her Doctor of Ministry from Pillsbury Seminary. She currently resides in Tucson, Arizona, with her husband, Jeff, a Lt. Colonel in the Air Force National Guard. For more information visit: http://www.DebWaterbury.com.Also on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts I Heart Radio and GooglePlay. Check out DaigleBites Podcasts on Amazon Music and listen to inspirational stories from Olypian Ryan Murphy and Astronaut Shane Kimbrough with host Lauren Daigle.

PoweredUp

Lauren Daigle and Lori Gottlieb of DaigleBites on Powered Up with Sandra Beck

On today’s inaugural Season two episode, Lauren is inviting on psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori Gottlieb!The two dive in right away as Lauren asks Lori if she always envisioned being a counselor and how to create incredible connection with others through storytelling and music.The pair also chat about: what Lori believes drives the narrative of isolation, Lauren’s personal story with counseling and mental health, how to identify what ‘wise compassion’ is, the difference between productive anxiety vs unproductive anxiety and exactly where to start to breed more compassion. If you’re ready to understand a little more about yourself, and those around you, to ultimately cultivate deeper relationships - this episode is for you. In addition to her clinical practice, Lori writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and is co-host of the popular “Dear Therapists” podcast produced by Katie Couric. Listen at wondery.fm/PowerUp_DaigleBites

Fireside Talk Radio

Healthy Ambition: Sparking Self-motivation in Kids with Anna Krafve Pierce

In this episode, Anna shares a personal approach to instilling healthy ambition in our kids. She also tells Cathy privately what she wants to talk about after the break. Of course, our Producer Roy could’ve fixed her accidental comment. But we thought you might enjoy hearing the unvarnished ambition Anna has for YOU, our listening friend. Plus, Anna shares some amazing stuff about one of Cathy's favorite people in all the world—Anna's hubby. Today's podcast is devoted to instilling healthy ambition in our kids. Practical wisdom to understand what motivates our kids? You bet. You won't want to miss this one! Plus, there're easy ideas here you can try out TODAY with your own kiddos!

Wise Health For Women Radio

SOAR to Higher Levels with Michelle DeStefano RN

Linda Kreter and WiseHealth for Women Radio speaks today with Michelle DeStefano RN, who discusses how coaching helped her to realize her greater potential. Healthcare is in turmoil these days, and many are seeking new or different roles. Through setbacks and opportunities, Michelle shares how curiosity, seeking advice, and then applying her experience now gives her gravitas and -- confidence. Also on iTunes and Spotify. Helping Women Thrive!

Sparking Wholeness

Beating Brain Fog

In this simulcast episode with podcast host and Motherhood Incorporated business owner Sandra Beck, we cover the topic of post-Covid brain fog. Whether brain fog is caused by a virus or any life circumstance, there are ways to protect the brain and support healing. Key Topics: - What causes brain fog - Food nutrients to support it - Importance of sleep - Stress management tools - Other lifestyle hacks to minimize brain fog Catch Sandra’s podcasts: Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Talk Radio, or Coach Talk Radio wherever you get podcasts.

Military Mom Talk Radio

Free Burma Rangers with Sandra Beck and Dr. David A. Eubank

Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd of Military Mom Talk Radio speak with Reverend David A. Eubank who received his B.A. in Political Science from Texas A&M. Upon graduation he commissioned into the U.S. Army and served in Special Forces and as an Army Ranger. Reverend Eubank is the founder of Free Burma Rangers (FBR), a humanitarian service movement for oppressed ethnic minorities of all races and religions in the Burma, Iraq, Kurdistan, Syria, and Sudan war zones. His personal mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ and to help free people from oppression. Reverend Eubank is joined on missions with his wife Karen and three children—Sahale, Suzanne, and Peter—who work alongside the ethnic FBR relief teams giving help, hope, and love. The Eubank family started the Global Day of Prayer for Burma and the Good Life Club family outreach program. Listen for a great offer from TalkSpace - go to Talkspace.com or download the app - make sure you use the promo code MilitaryMom to get $100 off your fist month and show support for the show. Also on Itunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play and I heart Radio

Motherhood Talk Radio

What to Know about Childhood Brain Injuries with Sandra Beck and Leigh Richardson

Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio speaks with Brain Performance Expert Leigh Richardson and Nutrition and Mood expert Erin Kerry in a round table discussion about what you can do to improve your brain health with or without a brain injury. You can grow stronger, healthier hair by going to Nutrafol.com and use the promo code Motherhood to save fifteen dollars on your first month's subscription as the changes in your body post-partum can take a toll on your hair. Also on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, I Heart Radio and GooglePlay.

Coach Talk Radio

The Narcissist in Your Midst with Sandra Beck and Erin Kerry

Sandra Beck of Coach Talk Radio and Erin Kerry of Sparking Wholeness discuss the tell-tale signs and what you can do with the Narcissists in your life- particularly in your family. Check out Best Fiends free at the Apple App Store or Google Play and join the hosts in this 5 star rated puzzle game. Also available on itunes, apple podcasts, spotify, i heart radio, stitcher, google podcasts and spotify.

Success Profiles Radio

Lori Rehn Discusses Simple Steps You Can Implement To Improve The Value Of Your Business

Lori Rehn was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. She is the author of the book, "Build A Better Business: Work Smarter, Not Harder". She has bought businesses and turned them into multi-million dollar enterprises, and has done the same with start-up companies that she has founded. We discussed what happens when you wrap your identity in what you do instead of who you are, criteria to use when deciding to buy a business, and the importance of setting boundaries. In addition, we talked about the importance of knowing your strong reason why, core values, and creating SOPs around your business. Finally, we talked about how you can increase the value of your company by creating SOPs and systems in your business. We discussed a lot more on the show. You can listen on iTunes and Apple podcasts or at https://toginet.com/shows/successprofilesradio

Im Not The Same Woman I Used To Be Im Free

Transparency Part 3 01-24-2022

Minister Diane concludes her series about Transparency by telling her very personal story about the spiritual abuse and vicious attacks she and her late husband experienced at their last church home. She also emphasizes the need for confession, exposure of, separation from abusive situations and describes elements of spiritual abuse and spiritual warfare.

Highroad to Humanity

AT HEAVENS DOOR- What Shared Journeys to The Afterlife Teach About Dying and Living Better

At Heavens Door gives us real life experiences of shared crossings. In 2000, end-of-life therapist Willam Peters was volunteering at a hospice when he had an extraordinary experience. As he read aloud to an unconscious patent, Peter suddenly felty himself floating midair, completely out of his body. At that moment, he saw the patient fully awake and radiant, look at I'm and smile. Peter shares his own Near Death experiences with us as well as many amazing stories of loved ones departing this earth. His website is sharedcrossing.com