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Discover Your Why & Dissolve Your Why Nots

Listen Here: Kathy Sparrow is a self-leadership expert and message strategist, lead author of Ignite Your Leadership: Proven Tools for Leaders to Energize Teams, Fuel Momentum, and Accelerate Results. She’s talking to us today about her [...]
Podcast: 4 Steps to Overcoming A Less Than Stellar Childhood

Podcast: 4 Steps to Overcoming A Less Than Stellar Childhood

Listen Here: Linda F. Williams is a Certified Personal and Professional Life Coach, trained psychotherapist, behaviorist, relationship expert and motivational speaker. She founded Whose Apple Dynamic Coaching Services, and authored Whose Apple [...]
Podcast: Reframe Your Life

Podcast: Reframe Your Life

Listen Here: Dr. Jada Jackson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and President of Total Life Counseling Center – Dallas; and author of Reframe Your Life – A Lifestyle Guide for Complete Success. Dr. Jada is also a therapist for the National [...]

Wildflowers in the Mist: Mountain Climbing

“A person should set his goals as early as he can and devote all his energy and talent to getting there. With enough effort, he may achieve it. Or he may find something that is even more rewarding. But in the end, no matter that the outcome, [...]
Has a Sentence Ever Hit You Over the Head Like a Ton of Bricks?

Has a Sentence Ever Hit You Over the Head Like a Ton of Bricks?

Has a sentence ever hit you over the head like a ton of bricks? Isn’t it interesting the effect a sentence of words can have in a split second? We often think we have to talk someone into something, or the more we say the convincing we will [...]

High Altitude Adventure: Hut-to-Hut

“Have you known the Great White Silence? Not a snow-gemmed twig aquiver? Eternal truths that shame our soothing lives? Have you broken trail on snowshoes? Mushed your huskies up the river? Dared the unknown, led the way, and clutched the [...]

Podcast: White In The Civil Rights Movement

Listen Here: Jo Ivester is author The Outskirts of Hope where she describes her family’s experience in a small, all-black town in Mississippi in the 1960s where her father ran a medical clinic her mother was a local high school teacher [...]

Podcast: How Does Childhood Shape The Ability To Love?

Listen Here: Today’s JenningsWire podcast guest is writer, Carrie Herzner, who when burdened by the suggestion that her genetics and upbringing were to blame for the failure of her marriage, chronicled her journey of discovery as she reconnected [...]

Podcast: Healing Through Words

Listen Here: Today’s guest is Colinda Aldridge, an up and coming author who shares her passion and most intimate feelings into a 4 book series entitled Emotions. For Colinda, coping with tragedy, conquering fears and reflecting on life [...]

Podcast: Overcoming Adversity

Listen Here: Denice Hartmann-Manfredi is author of the upcoming book It’s A Noisy, Noisy World: A Journey Through Adversity and Deafness, where she shares a remarkable journey of hope and inspiration with living life despite being hearing [...]

Podcast: Laid Back Guide to Exams and Stress

Listen Here: Stress-busting authors of the new book, The Laid Back Guide to Exams and Stress, Psychotherapist Jennie Caswell and Teacher, Naseem Ahsun, provide teens and  young adults with a treasure trove of tools to minimize stress and [...]

What Do You Do With Despair?

On your life journey, different events take hold of you whether you like it or not. One day you can be riding high; and the next, you feel lower than a well-digger’s rear end at the bottom of a mineshaft. Life doesn’t care about your looks, [...]

Stress Relief for Women

Do you feel like you’re on a tightrope at times and don’t know where your relief is? You can really get more life satisfaction and still be a loving and attentive partner, mother and career woman when you know how to de-stress.Stress [...]

Podcast: How You Can Lead Your Extraordinary Life

Listen Here: Bob Vanourek is the former CEO of five companies, an award-winning author, and an international thought leader. His new book, Leadership Wisdom: Lessons from Poetry, Prose, and Curious Verse is intended to help you lead an extraordinary [...]

A Blind Man’s Quest To Backpack The World

From the inception of the human race on planet Earth, intrepid men and women followed their ‘adventure inclinations’ to explore the continents, oceans and outer space. Some raft, some swim, some climb and some fly. And some sling a heavy [...]

Podcast: How Humor Can Help Cancer Patients

Listen Here: Dr. Rajiv Samant is a radiation oncologist and author of Smiles From The Clinic: A Humorous Look At Cancer  – a cartoon book designed for cancer patients, health care professionals and anyone who has been touched by cancer, [...]

Your Spirit of Adventure: It Carries You to the Ends of the Earth

The difference between an average life and a fantastic life of adventure as defined by you, hinges on three things… Your thoughts that become realities by your hand; actions that move you toward your destiny; and, a deep persistence knowing [...]

Game Over—Huddle Up!

One of the most meaningful meetings is after the game. Whether you won or lost matters little to this gathering, because this is the moment you can evaluate and learn about what worked and your failures. Learning opportunities are your gift; [...]

Create Smart Goals to Score Big

You won’t make it across the goal line if you don’t learn how to manage the scrimmage line. I suggest you utilize the S.M.A.R.T. principle to focus your goals and craft guiding power questions to make your team a winner. Are your goals specific? [...]

Making Choices the Easy Way or the Hard Way

I grew up in suburbs of New York City. Snow was normal in wintertime – lots of big snowfalls. You know, the kind where you go sledding on the nearby golf course because of the great hills there, nice smooth hills. We even had snow days added [...]

Is There Anything Verifiable We Can Really Count On? Polls, Pundits and Polarizing Opinions

Recently a client called upset with his CEO. He read the handwriting on the wall. Or so he thought. He just wasn’t sure what the handwriting was saying. Should the client stay? Should the client leave? Should he look at the myriad of other [...]

Confessions of a Shy Girl

Let’s set the bar straight. Everyone loves each other. Everyone watches one another. We all like each other. We are intrigued by one another. Forget what you think or what so and so said. This love and like is inherent. Cats and dogs show [...]

Losing Your Friends: Vacancies of the Heart

Along life’s highway, you will befriend countless people from school, work, sports and church. Each person offers you different degrees of friendship. Some casual, some close and a few become best friends. Gym-rat friends encourage you. Work [...]

Your Cheerleaders the Chanteuses of Encouragement

Creative people need to isolate for a great part of their work, but it isn’t always a good practice. Sometimes you need to be in the graceful presence of another person to feel yourself in their reflection. Everyone needs cheerleaders. Assemble [...]

Dink and Dunk for Masterful Team

A great practice is about asking powerful questions. In my book Ask Power Questions: A Practical Guide to Help You Get What You Want in Business, Life and Friendship, I share my 17 Strategies to Help You Formulate Power Questions. One of a series, [...]

Podcast: Ancient Secrets of Manifesting Revealed

Listen Here: Ken Elliot is the author of the award winning book, Manifesting 123, and you don’t need #3. Learn simple steps to eliminate worry and manifest the desires of your life with Manifesting 123! Ancient Secrets of Manifesting [...]

Podcast: Dealing with the Loss of a Pet

Listen Here: Veterinarian Dr. Liz Fernandez is the author of the new book Sacred Gifts of a Short Life: Uncovering Wisdom of our Pets End of Life Journeys, and she offers us the silver lining that can be uncovered as we embrace the broken [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

Life Is Too Short: Get Off Your Cell Phone

During my youth, my dad took me fishing. My mom took me on bicycle rides. My dad shouldered me with a small daypack for hikes in the woods. He pointed out chattering squirrels. He helped me see my first deer. He pointed out a fox on a ridge. [...]

Four Personal Keys to Kick Off Your Year

It’s easy to kick off your year focusing on the big stuff you want to accomplish. You’ll find plenty of encouragement to make vast goals so you can attain great things, but as a coach I know that making big goals alone usually ends up [...]

When You Retire: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife

With a surprising number of boomers heading towards retirement, most are not ready to spend their days hitting the golf balls or playing bridge. Instead they are looking to the future with enthusiasm and gusto. Why? Because they know that now [...]

Along Our Life Path: Death Hides In The Bushes

At the age of 17 while driving home from baseball practice, my father’s best friend pulled me over in my Chevy clunker. He walked up to my window with a sad look on his face. “Frosty,” he said. “I’ve got some bad news for you…your [...]

Four Things to Consider When Taking a Risk in This New Year

You may have already begun taking the steps to see your New Year’s resolutions come to fruition. Perhaps you finally got around to joining that gym, or maybe you were able to confront a friend about something on your mind that’s [...]

What Sports Taught Me about My Business Plan and Yearly Goals

You’ve probably read plenty of headlines hawking that you need to plan your year wisely with success in mind. You’re told to make new resolutions that fix challenges, and you’ve heard the pumped up messages intended to inspire change [...]

Turn Off The Engine of Your Mind

I bet you never had that thought. I bet you never thought that you had control over your thoughts – the amount of them, the rapidity of them, or the quality of them. Most people feel that they are their thoughts; they derive their very identity [...]