Society today likes to enforce self-sufficiency and people praise those that are independent. People say that the happiest people are those that don’t care what others say as long as you have a strong sense of self. Parents assume they’ve succeeded in raising their children when they no longer need their support. We are quick to say that we shouldn’t need other people to ‘complete’ us but today we have Amy Banks, author of “Wired to Connect” with us to prove otherwise. Relationships aren't the ‘icing’ on the cake – a healthy relationship IS the cake.
Sometimes we live our lives oblivious to the fact that there are areas of forgiving we need be doing. We are angry but we don't know why, we easily get hurt by what others say and we don't know why, we are quick to judge and we don't know why - have you ever stopped to wonder if possibly you harbored such attributes due to the very fact that there is some forgiving that needs to be done? Tune in as we have guest Joan Gattuso join us!
For those that are single or have been single for a long period time before finding your current spouse or partner, I’m sure you’ve been told at one point that A) you’re too picky B) you’re too independent C) you have low self-esteem D) that you’re too needy or E) some variation of what I just said. People are always trying to find reasons behind their single-ness but maybe you really aren’t the problem! There’s nothing wrong with knowing what you like and what you don’t like, there’s nothing wrong with making your own money and taking initiatives, having a degree and being CEO’s, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting attention from the person you adore.
Our guest today is author of “It’s Not You: 27 (WRONG) Reasons You’re Single” and a freelance writer whose written for the New York Times, Forbes, Time Out New York, Martha Stewart Living, Self Magazine, Glamour Magazine – just to name a few.
Please welcome, Sara Eckel!
I’d like to wish everyone a very HAPPY HAPPY New Year and I wish for everyone to have a year filled with health and happiness. With that said, in order to really live out the best you can be this year, with us today we have Mark Mincolla, a natural healthcare practitioner who has helped thousands of people lose weight and get healthy the right way. He’s also released a new book this month, “The Whole Health Diet” that serves as an exceptional tool to those that want to really get to core of their journey to health instead of hopping from one fad diet to another.
Prayers, be it a few whispered words or lengthy bedtime ramblings, motivate people from all religious backgrounds and help them ground their feelings to better live out their lives.
Today we have a very special guest, praised by Jennifer Anistion as a “unique beauty and a bright light”. She is the author of a very light yet weighty book, “Miraculous Silence”. This book will help you wherever you are in your walk of life, regardless of religious background, regardless of cultural background, and it will show you how to become one with the world around you, tuning out the negativity while tuning in the positivity. This book will leave your soul fed with positive, loving, and encouraging affirmations.
Please welcome Mitra Rahbar!
As we have all once heard, money makes the world go round. Money is a remarkable human creation, a strong American symbol and a means of economic and social power. In the same way that too much of any one thing can cause an imbalance, money can also make or break the peace in your life. It tops the list as one of the biggest stressors in life. Regardless of social background, particularly Americans, people are consistently stressing about not having enough. A large number of clients that I deal with regularly, from top C.E.O’s to small business owners, walk around with a fear of financial insufficiency that numbs them from truly enjoying life the way they should.
With us today we have Carol Jansing and Bob Sagar, business CEO's that have a strong backgrounds in Network Marketing, or better known as Multilevel Marketing, “MLM” for short. With Carol and Bob we will be discussing the culture of network marketing as well as the pros and cons of working with such business model.
Today we have Derek Lin, award winning author of ‘The Tao of Daily Life’, ‘The Tao of Success’, and ‘The Tao of Happiness’. Derek is here to let us know what Taoism is and how we can apply it in our lives so that we may better enjoy our lives here, now, in the present. This is especially something you’d want to tune in to because we live in a culture where time is valued like money in all the wrong ways. How is it that we grow so impatient with people ‘wasting’ our time yet we are not even living each minute to its full potential?
What is Hypnosis?
So many people are mistaken by what they seen the media.
With us today we have Drake Easturn, a member of multiple hypnotherapy and psychotherapy organizations worldwide. Drake is a member of the National Federation of Hypnotists, a former board member of the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists and he is hypnotist to our very own U.S. Olympic Cycling Team. He and his wife, Lynsi, are the co-founders of Eastburn Hypnotherapy Center and Eastburn Institute of Hypnosis in Colorado.
Tune in as we delve into the hypnosis is all about and what it can do for you!
With us today we have Mitch Horowitz, author of “One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life”. In the limited time that we have, we will try to cover two books, one written by Mitch himself (“One Simple Idea”) and another “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” written by the late Dr. Joseph Murphy. These two books actually go hand in hand, as you will soon found out.
Over 90% of your mental life is subconscious. Your subconscious mind is on the job 24/7 and never sleeps. With that said, how in tune are you with your subconscious mind? How are you interacting with it and what you are you doing to make sure that it is in a healthy state?
With us today we have Michael Harris, author of “The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lose in a World of Constant Connection”. This book has been quite the read as it brought into light exactly how much of our lives we are wasting away staring at our phone screens, our ipads, our laptops, etc., instead of spending quality time with people we truly care about and instead of spending quality time alone.
It’s very true that some people just don’t know how to spend time alone. Why is it that we are always seeking constant communication and seeking constant connection? Are we more attached to our phones than to people? Tune in!