In my recent interview with author Susan David, we had the opportunity to speak about her new book entitled ” Emotional Agility-Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life.” The premise behind Susan work is that if people can learn the techniques of emotional agility, they can master the challenges in life that frequently derail them and create depression and despair.
It is all about navigating our inner world which consists of the negative self-talk, our thoughts, feelings and the habitual patterns that we create in our life that do not serve us from releasing our emotional baggage. Emotional Agility is an innovative approach to navigating life’s twist and turns with insight and accordingly to our values, rather than our knee-jerk “hooks” in which our thoughts, emotions, and stories drive our behavior.
If you want to learn more about Susan’s work you can visit the book website by clicking here. You can also take her free Emotional Agility Quiz and get your free 10 page personalized report. You can connect with Susan on Facebook by clicking this link. I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with author Susan David who provides insightful advice on how to release the emotional triggers that are holding us back.
“Your past can not be changed, but you can change tomorrow by your actions today.” This great quote is part of a new book by author and co-founder of the Hudson Institute called “Life Forward-Charting the Journey Ahead.”
At the true heart of “Life Forward“, it is masterful as assisting the reader in understanding how to deal with change. We all know that change is the biggest constant in our lives, but considering the rapid pace of change in our high tech, alway on society, it would be great to learn how to navigate change more effectively.
Most developing cultures in the first half of the twentieth century looked at the world through lenses prepared to see evolving stability, progress, and in the U.S., the good old American dream. The lenses that we now see through are change, change, change, change.
The forces of change seem to have no containment, limits or predictable sources of control. Those of us still wearing the old lenses have increasing difficulty seeing the astounding advantages of the new paradigm–the global marketplace, worldwide civilization, multicultural peoples, new careers, technological advances, transnational political structures and more.
In my interview with Pam we discuss the old rules and the new rules, these new rules are a foundation to assisting the reader in learning how to cope and assess how to deal with change. I know you are going to really enjoy my interview with author Pam McLean. If you want to learn more about the book, and the wonderful courses and programs that the Hudson Institute offers please click here.
In my recent interview with author Joanna Garzilli we speak about her new book “Big Miracles-The 11 Spiritual Rules for Ultimate Success“. During our interview together we get to discuss the 11 Spiritual Rules starting with ” Aligning with Spirit”.
In my dialogue with Joanna she tells some of her personal story in finding these laws and the personal pain she experienced, but the first law is about being a spiritual being, and knowing that you don’t have to imitate someone else, all you need to do is learn how to be yourself. While this might sound easy, so many people don’t have the confidence and the self-esteem and they are constantly trying to be someone they believe is better than them—well no one is better than you finding your authentic self and letting the world know.
Joanna’s second law is “Being a Spiritual Vehicle”. She state that in choosing a spiritual path you are choosing a path of continuous personal growth and actively seeking your spiritual transformation. Your main purpose is to expand your capacity to both give and receive love. I hope you will read her new book “Big Miracles” to learn about the other 9 laws to assist you in transforming your life to that of a spiritual being.
Throughout “Big Miracles” author Joanna Garzilli is providing practical advice and techniques to awaken your spiritual being, and in so doing achieving the ultimate success in life you desire.
I hope you enjoy this great interview with Joanna, for more information about the book please click here to be directed to her website, or click here to join her on Facebook.
I know that many of my listeners have probably experienced an astrological reading. Hopefully you found value in the information that was conveyed to you by the astrologists. I know that personally I have had many reading completed, and every time I did one I walked away with a new realization about my personality and things that I could do to improve my personal and professional life.
I recently had the pleasure of interview Chetan Parkyn and Carola Eastwood the authors of a new book entitled “The Book of Destinies-Discover the Life You were Born to Live“. Both Chetan and Carola are true masters and doing reading utilizing a process called the “Human Design“. If you are not familiar with this process it blends in four ancient wisdoms, and is the newest awareness tool being used to help people live their “true” life they were meant to live.
Prior to my interview with Chetan and Carola I went to their website and input the data for a free report. I must say that the Human Design report is one of the most accurate and enlightening reading I have ever completed. Just click on the link above to get your free report.
I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with the the originators of the Human Design process, and that you will avail yourself of the free report so you can experience the benefits. If you have further questions about the book, the Human Design or want to reach out to Chetan or Carola please click here to be linked to their website. You can also reach them through their Facebook page by clicking here.
Being true to yourself can be challenging. It takes belief in oneself, and a commitment to working on continually improving our perspective and eliminated the negative self talk.
In his new book “The Overwhelmed Brain” author Paul Colaianni guides the reader through a series of stories and exercises that are designed to to stop our self-sabotaging behaviors and replace them with self compassion. Paul states that “honoring others over yourself is like dishonoring yourself”. Compassion starts on the inside, and when you have enough of it for yourself, only then can you spread it out into the world for others.
“The Overwhelmed Brain” is about ways to look at yourself with the benefit of improving your relationships with others. Paul encourages us to not always think that the other person needs changing, usually it is our attitude and belief that need to be changed. Once we alter our beliefs, we can change our feeling and emotions about the other person. This is a formula for successful relationships. Always look at what you can change to improve your relationship with another person that is difficult to get along with.
I hope your enjoy my interview with author Paul Colaianni as we explore being true to yourself, building positive relationships while overcoming stress and anxiety. If you want to learn more about Paul you can visit his website by clicking here or his Facebook page by clicking here.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Tom Sterner the author of a new book entitled ” Fully Engaged-Using the Practicing Mind in Daily Life“. As Tom states in the introduction to the book “Everything in life worth achieving requires practice. In fact, life itself is nothing more than one long practice session, and endless effort of refining our motions”
Tom realizes and teaches to his coaching clients that to be fully engaged in any activity means to be present in the moment and in what you are doing right now. This task is easier spoken about than achieved. As stated this takes practice and becoming aware of one’s thoughts and actions. Now while thousands of books have been written about this subject, Tom cuts to the chase and to the core of what he believes is required of us to attain an elevated level of awareness and consciousness.
In Fully Engaged, Tom explores specific techniques, such as through awareness training and setting goals with accurate data, and demonstrates how using these techniques will not only help you reach your objectives, but will keep you engaged in each moment of your life.
If you want to learn more about Tom Sterner you can click here to be directed to his website, or you can click here to visit his Facebook page.
I hope you enjoy my interview with Tom Sterner.
In my recent interview with Justin Gesso we discuss his new book entitled “Leave the Grind Behind“. How many of you wish you could get out of the daily grind, the 8-5 routine?
That is exactly where Justin was a few year ago, and he found the secrets to find a way out of the grind, and making a better life for himself and his family.
In our interview together we discuss the grinder mindset and what is required to achieve your new success. So what’s the positive definition of “grind?” “Grinder,” of course. Don’t confuse “the grind” I’m telling you to ditch with “the Grinder” I want you to become. Being a Grinder means you grind hard for your personal purpose and goals, not for someone else’s.
To leave the grind behind, make no mistake, you need to grind. You need to grind hard. You’re just doing it for yourself, and let me tell you—you’ll love it. As a Grinder, you spend your one, short life building your legacy and your unique imprint on this world.”
If you are interested in “Leaving the Grind Behind” then you will want to read Justin new book. You will also want to take advantage of some of the very informative and articles, blogs and articles at his website. He also has what he refers to at the “grinder quiz” which will inform you about if you are a “cog” or a “grinder”
I encourage you to visit Justin’s book website by clicking here, or visit him on Facebook by clicking here.
I have conducted several interviews with Don Green the executive director of the Napoleon Hill foundation. Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with Don about “Napoleon Hill’s Daily Journal for Everyday Men“. Just so the women are aware this journal comes in a version for women as well.
I know that journaling can be challenging to sustain. We frequently get off to a good start but lack the motivation to continue the process. The Napoleon Hill Journal is perfect for keeping the journaler engaged. The journal is like a goal planner to keep you on track. What I love about it is that it starts off with the most important element of our personal growth, and that is our definiteness of purpose, and follows a very logical sequence process throughout the year with 12 separate topics for each month of the year.
This journal has an accompanying inspiration book entitled “Napoleon Hill’s Daily Inspiration for Everyday Man” This book takes you through the 17 success principles and is a wonderful compliment to the journal. I highly recommend obtaining both the journal and the inspirational guide.
If you want to learn more about Don Green and the Napoleon Hill foundation please click here to be directed to the foundation’s website. There you can explore the many offerings by the foundation including online classes, books, audio recording and books.
I hope you enjoy this great interview with Don Green the executive director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation.
My good friend David Winkelman has been working on his new book “Embracing Change from the Inside Out” for last year. It is a pleasure for me to finally be announcing the book’s release.
In my interview with David we speak about about what he refers to as the “Game Changers” as it relates to “Embracing Change“.
Those game changers start with clarity. This is the lens that you see the world from, your perspective. You can either be positive or negative, but when is comes to change the more positive you are the easier it will be to embrace change.
The second of the game changers is connection. This is all about your relationships. How you are supported by the people around to to embrace change can make a significant difference in your ability to change.
The next game changer are the conditions. As David states this is a broad category. This can mean the structure or system that is helping to support the change process, without a structure and system your efforts to change become very challenging at best.
The fourth game changer is motivation. How motivated are you to change, and what truly motivates and drives you to make change? Sometimes what we think motivates us to change is really not the motivator. Identifying your motivators are important for if you can fulfill your internal psychological reason for change you have a better opportunity to succeed. David speak with us about pattern recognition which is the process whereby we can more easily identify the reasons behind our motivations.
The last game changer is action. What are the meaningful and effective actions that we can take to make the desired change in our lives.
Everyone reading and listening to this podcast has been faced with some type of change. We uproot and move, we marry, we divorce, we start up and grow businesses and the list just goes on and on. The key to all of the change we face is to understand the steps that we move through in the change process and learn how to embrace the process.
I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with my good friend and author David Winkelman. If you want more information about David please click here to be directed to his website.