It is always a mind-bending experience having our guest Guy Finley on the show. Guy and I have a lively interview about Guy’s new e-course
We currently live in a world which requires much of our mental focus, we are always “on” with tremendous demands on our time and figuring
My guest author Allen T. Brown is truly a unique and a one of a kind individual. His new book entitled “Dancing Through Life-Indulge Your
According to my guest author Neale Donald Walsch the author of 38 books and probably the most popular being “Conversations with God“, we’re one decision
What is one of the most valuable things that we all own? According to author, filmmaker, philosopher Dr. Rick Stevenson the author of a new
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Greg Reed about his co author new book with Sharon Lechter entitled “Success & Something Greater“. In our
Taking the spiritual journey is about finding the place you feel most at home. I frequently believe that people on the journey have to experience many different spiritual paths before they ever find their true home. Once you find it, you will know it–for you will feel comfortable and alive with all sentient beings around you and with the Universe.
In my interview with author Dani Antman about her new book “Wired for God-Adventures of a Jewish Yogi“, you will get to learn from someone who has found her home and has used the deep spiritual understandings to help heal others. When the Judaism from her childhood did not satisfy her spiritual awakenings she went on a path that included yoga, energy healing, and the Kabbalah to help her make a personal spiritual transformation.
A healing crisis, misplaced trust, and a failed marriage intensify her desire for a teacher who can lead her to self-realization. Dani’s prayers are answered in the form of a realized adept, a Swami from the fairway shores of Rishikesh, India, who initiates her in his lineage of Kundalini Science, the study of the Divine force within every human being that is the initiator of spiritual growth.
Dani has taken her own spiritual path from mystical Judaism through Kundalini Science and back again. Dani story is inspirational and provides the reader with true insights for all spiritual seekers. If you want to learn more about Dani’s new book “Wired for God” please click here to go to her website or you can connect with her on Facebook by clicking here.
I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with Dani Antman author of “Wired for God“.
Every time I interview Don Green from the Napoleon Hill Foundation I learn something new. Don is a continual learner with more knowledge and understanding about Napoleon Hill than anyone I have ever met. He has been the executive director and spokesperson for the foundation for the last 20 years and is just a wonderful person.
In my interview with Don, we discuss a newly released book entitled ” The Path to Personal Power“. As Don states, personal power is acquired through a combination of individual traits and habits. The ten qualities of personal power are: 1) the habit of definiteness of purpose 2) the promptness of decision 3) soundness of character 4) strict discipline over one’s emotions 5) obsessional desire to render useful service 6) through knowledge of one’s occupation 7) tolerance on all subjects 8) loyalty to one’s personal associates and faith in a Supreme Being 9) enduring thirst of knowledge 10) alertness of imagination. The old adage “knowledge is power” is not quite true. Knowledge never is power until it has been expressed in some term of useful service.
“The Path to Power” is a powerful roadmap that leads to a single discovery: You already have the power to attain whatever wealth, success, and prosperity you desire in life. All you need to do is walk the path without straying, and the rest will follow.
I hope you enjoy yet another great interview with Don Green the executive director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation. If you want to learn more about the courses, books and audio recording available through the foundation please click here to be directed to their website.
It is not often that one gets hit in succession with nearly two fatal strokes, but that is what happened to Mark Moore my guest on this podcast, and the author of a new book entitled “A Stroke of Faith-A Stroke Survivor’s Story Of A Second Chance At Living A Life of Significance”.
Mark Moore was a successful CEO of a thriving company that he and his partner founded and was also in apparent great health when his strokes occurred. Mark’s story is about his triumph over adversity that this event caused in his life. One day he was fine, then the next day he was lying in a hospital bed in a coma. He had to learn how to walk, tie his shoes, sign a check and all the normal activities that we all take for granted.
We speak in the podcast about the strains an illness like this takes on the family, but also how this event brought Mark and his wife and children closer together. Mark’s family and the strength they provided him were the single most compelling reasons for his survival and willingness to fight for his life.
Since the stroke, Mark has made almost a complete recovery and has run a marathon on the one-year anniversary of his stroke. Through his life will never return to his pre-stroke normality, he has now chosen to dedicate his life to philanthropy, his family, educating others about stroke awareness and prevention, and inspiring those who have suffered similar events.
I hope you enjoy this inspiring interview with Mark Moore the author of ” A Stroke of Faith“. You can learn more about Mark by visiting his website by clicking here.