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Covid-19 And Civility: These Elements Should Co-Exist

I belong to a neighborhood “I Neighbor” group. This platform allows us to discuss changes in fire department service,  why a road is closed or even when toilet paper is available. The other day, a woman wrote in about her daughter.  The [...]

Podcast: MindSET Your Manners

Listen Here:  Neuroscientist Dr. Nicole Gravagna is the author of MindSET Your Manners, a book about mastering life changes. Her articles have also been seen in Forbes, Inc., Newsweek, and others. MindSET Your Manners How did you, [...]

Podcast: Get Over Your Ex Now!

Listen Here: Today’s guest is Human Behavior & Relationship Expert, Dr. Patrick Wanis PhD, author of the new audio book, Get Over Your Ex Now! Love Isn’t Enough – The Breakup Cure His expert analysis has been featured by major [...]

Podcast: The Money Garden

Listen Here:  In this podcast, we feature Julie Austin, an award-winning author inventor and keynote speaker. Julie and her products have appeared throughout the National Media including The TODAY Show, HGTV, Fast Company and The Wall [...]

Podcast: Why Won’t We Tell? vs Why Anyone Listens?

Listen Here: In this podcast, we are talking with Keyana The Artist author of several poetry books, including Why Won’t We Tell? vs Why Anyone Listens?  Expressive Poetry What inspired you to write this new book? How did you start [...]
Kindness As A Commodity

Kindness As A Commodity

People tend to think in terms of personal satisfaction, achievement, and gaining what they desire. It might be said that the world is somewhat lacking in the desire or effort towards kindness, perhaps because it’s seen as an old-fashioned [...]
The Book Of You

The Book Of You

Everybody has a book in them!  It’s the tale of their own journey. Since everyone is a unique energy pattern, and that energy pattern has never been heretofore attempted (yes, since the era is different, and you, like snow crystals, have [...]

Podcast: Transition From Then to Now To Next

Sonya T. Cruel, the Transition Coach, joins us to discuss her latest release, Transition From Then to Now to Next, where she shares tips and tools to help you navigate life’s transitions gracefully. Whether by choice or circumstance, transition [...]

Getting Older

Becoming a senior Everyone is younger and thinner than I am, I turned 65 this summer. I couldn’t even say the sentence out loud, couldn’t say the word Medicare in a public space. From a purely linguistic perspective, Medicare had become the [...]
Masks

Podcast: Masks: Fame, Betrayal, Passion

Nataly Resokian is the author of Masks, a dark fictional tale based on true life events detailing the social sexual and religious taboos that take place in LabaNON and the Arab world, especially among the glitz and glamor of celebrities and [...]
How Do I Win By Losing Ego

How Do I Win By Losing Ego?

You may have come across admonitions lately to have “no ego”, to be unattached and Zen, and to reach happiness by letting go of attachments, thereby reaching a state of pure or undistracted consciousness. What is this desirable state of [...]
Success, motivation, personal growth

Exploring the Last Frontier of Alaska: Hyderized!

“We can never have enough of nature. The sight of it must refresh us with inexhaustible vigor, vast and titanic features. The sea coast with its wrecks, the wilderness with its living and decaying trees, the thunder-clouds, and the rain, [...]
Creating Your Reality

Creating Your Reality

The concept of co-creating reality has been around in metaphysics for quite some time, and is beginning to permeate our mainstream thinking. It is the idea that there is a correlation between your thoughts – that is, the constructed thoughtforms [...]

The Midlife Sage Says: You Don’t Need to Shop ’til You Drop

Using free time. While on a business trip, most women use their free time to exercise in the hotel gym, find the nearest wine bar, or pretend they are comfortable browsing in Saks Fifth Avenue. I usually combine all three by briskly walking [...]

AS TO KARMA, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR!

My husband and I were goofing around about what our choices would be for our next lifetimes. Since we’re not spring chickens, this interesting conversation followed on the heels of some talks about karma, some introspection about life-reviewing, [...]
Beyond Twenty Something

Podcast: Beyond “Twenty Something”

Aspiring song writer, Twinkle Zaman is the author of two books – Transparent and her latest, Twenty Something, collections of poetry that reflect the challenges facing millennials and their thoughts surrounding them. Listen Here: Beyond [...]

Podcast: Determination

Keith Buff is an 18 year AVM survivor. Similar to a brain aneurism, it impacts all motor skills and doctors thought he would never walk, eat or talk clearly again. Keith, now a motivational speaker, tells the story of his journey to recovery [...]

Want To Get In The Conversation Fast? Build Your Own On Ramp

We kind of take the entrance ramp for granted. We are so used to getting on the ramp that we fail to see its value. Think about the purpose of the on ramp. Its purpose is to facilitate a car going from street to expressway as quickly as possible. [...]

Unconditional Love: The Soul VS. The Personality

Some confusion nowadays is the result of the mixed messages between loving everyone as a function of becoming spiritual versus feeling emotionally angry with a person’s actions or beliefs. Our world seems full of people in the news – [...]

Your Edge Equates to Maximizing Yourself

No matter what you learned in your youth, good or bad, you can change that orientation by understanding what happened to you. With understanding, you can rewrite the hard drive in your mind. You can decide to take action. You can move toward [...]
Bullying From the Bully & Victim Perspective

Bullying From the Bully & Victim Perspective

Listen Here: Author Roy Dimond’s exciting new novel, I, Bully addresses the serious issue of cyber bullying. What makes this story unique is that it is told from the perspective of both the bully and the victim. Roy worked at all levels of [...]

What Does It Mean To Be An Adult?

Most people think they know exactly what it means to be an adult: Pay all your bills on time, do your own laundry, and don’t get fired from your job. Or if you’re a little more rebellious, it may be something like: hire someone to [...]
Talons From The Sky: Coiled Scales On The Ground

Talons From The Sky: Coiled Scales On The Ground

Heading eastbound across southern California, the sun set low in the sky. We looked for a campsite in the rocky terrain east of Joshua Tree National Monument. “We better find a spot soon,” Sandi said. “I’m looking, dear,” I said. Up [...]
The Sign in Front of You: Are You Missing What is Right in Front of Your Eye

The Sign in Front of You: Are You Missing What is Right in Front of Your Eye?

It’s Complicated. After hosting a Saturday event at my office, I had limited time to get to a fundraising GALA. Let me just add at this point to the story, an expensive GALA where the most worthwhile time is the cocktail hour when the networking [...]
It Happened To Elvis Presley: Infidelity & Betrayal

It Happened To Elvis Presley: Infidelity & Betrayal

Over the years, one of my friends married a beautiful woman and fathered two boys. He shared his pride with me as they grew to become men. I watched their pictures fill the entire front of his refrigerator. His boys adorned the walls of the [...]
Podcast: Resurrected Mind

Podcast: Resurrected Mind

Listen Here: Pastoral Counselor Nancy Jensen is the author of the new book Resurrected Mind: How One Family’s Miracle Can Provide Hope For You, the true, miraculous story of how Nancy and her family persevered to extraordinary lengths to [...]
Podcast: DADLY Wisdom

Podcast: DADLY Wisdom

Listen Here: Author Jennifer Karin Jordan celebrates dads year-round in her new book, DADLY Wisdom. She’ll tell her journey of writing the book, share some of the fathers’ wisdom, and give tips to attain your dreams. DADLY Wisdom What [...]

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 [...]

An Enormous Mountain of Emotional Bliss

Backcountry mountaineering takes guts, gumption and strength. Not for the meek. Not for the lazy. Not for the mild. It taxes and tantalizes at the same time. The wilderness summons the deep, primordial spirit of mountain men and women. It spills [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]