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Darin Adams

Darin Adams was born in Provo, Utah and graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Broadcast Communications. He worked as a feature reporter and weathercaster in markets across the country He is a multiple award winner of both the Idaho State Journal Favorite Weathercaster award and the Illinois State Broadcasters Association Best Weather award. He was also honored with a Regional Emmy nomination for Best Host while in Boston. He and his wife Kristi are the parents of four children. He is a sought after speaker and is the author of the recently released book, Lights, Camera, Passion: Discover Passion. Discover Happiness. Discover Success View Guest page

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Guy Joseph Ale

Guy Joseph Ale, DBA, is the Founding President of Lifespan® Seminar and Vice President of Asia Pacific Association of Psychology. Guy’s reputation as a visionary in the field of human lifespan has earned him the nickname “the lifespan guy.” He received the Eminent in Psychological Science Award at the International Conference on Psychology 2011 “in recognition of invaluable contributions for the benefit of humanity.” These contributions are detailed in Guy’s book, A Manual for Mastering Your Life, which is a handy guide for stress management, good nutrition, sufficient rest, and active lifestyle. Since 1992 Guy’s primary research has been the scientific, spiritual, behavioral, and evolutionary aspects of the awareness that it is in our DNA to sense how long we can live and the practical applications of this perception in everyday circumstances. View Guest page

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Shawn Anderson

Shawn Anderson is a best-selling author, national speaker and motivational success coach. His "go the extra mile" philosophy and ability to produce winning results have been praised by national political leaders, Olympic Gold Medal and world record holders, and media outlets across the country. An entrepreneur since the age of 8 when he started a business selling worms to fishermen, the "Extra Mile Man" has continued by building a multi-million dollar business and organizing events that make a difference in how people think. In addition to having written six books which have sold 70,000 copies, Shawn is also the Founder of Extra Mile America, a non-profit organization empowering people. He states, "My juice in life is helping people succeed and create the outcomes they desire. View Guest page

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Dr. Synthia Andrews

Dr. Synthia Andrews, ND, is a naturopathic physician with a private practice in Guilford, Connecticut, where she combines natural medicine with energy modalities. She graduated from the College of Naturopathic Medicine at the University of Bridgeport, taught at Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy, and currently teaches at the Kripalu Yoga Institute. She is an authorized teacher of the Jin Shin Do® Foundation and the founder of the Shoreline Center for Wholistic Health. Andrews is author of several books on health and spirituality and just released The Path of Energy: Awaken your Personal Power and Expand Your Consciousness. She has spoken for the United Nations, the World Genesis Foundation, the Ambassador for Youth Program and the Inner Light Fellowship, among other organizations. View Guest page

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Shannon Avana

Shannon Avana is a personal coach and lecturer, living in Berkeley, CA who works with clients on multiple continents. She specializes in teaching how to increase work productivity by overcoming anxiety and depression. She understands that results are what most matter when it comes to psychological interventions, and that taking data is crucial. Her studies and personal counseling practice have taught her that there are many opportunities for overcoming anxiety and depression in unexpected and powerful ways. Shannon helps her clients connect with the dreams that they have that they’ve considered “too good to be true,” and to actually make them real in today’s reality View Guest page

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Peter Baksa

Author, journalist, master life coach, Peter Baksa, traveled the world collecting scientific research and life experiences that lead to the development of a technological model that illustrates how humans manifest their reality. Through his books, workshops, and seminars, Baksa’s expertise helps people transform their relationships, careers, finances, health, and even their appearance. He speaks on a variety of topics that can help you harness the energy of the universe and live the life you desire. Peter received his Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Science degrees from the University of Illinois. He studied in the Finance, MBA, and Law schools while in attendance at the graduate level through his post doctoral research. He has continued to pursue study in the field of theology focusing on ancient texts and has been a student of quantum physics. He is the author of four books, the most recent being Faith Wave: I Think, Therefore It Is to be released in May. View Guest page

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Jennifer Bardall

Jennifer Bardall helps women fall in love with themselves. After years of eating her weight in food in order to make up for what was lacking in her life, she now helps others to get out of that same boat by showing them how beautiful and worthwhile they are, while adding to their lives in order to let go of food (and the negative beliefs that lead to overeating in the first place). Her recently published book is ""Delicious: Discover Your Secret Sauce, Put Down The Fork, Pick Up Your Life." You can find more information about her, along with additional training programs and one-on-one coaching, at http:// honoryourselfnow.net. View Guest page

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Dr. Vicki Berkus

Dr. Vicki Berkus is the Medical Director for the Eating Disorders Program at Sierra Tucson. Dr. Berkus is board-certified in Psychiatry and Neurology.She has served as Medical Director for a large eating disorder and substance abuse facility in Florida, was Chief Scientific Officer for American Medical Technologies, was a professor at Oklahoma City University for 7 years, and had her own private practice for 6 years She has authored numerous articles and is the author of Ten Commitments to Mental Fitness. She is past president of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) and is actively involved with the Eating Disorders Consortium, the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED), and the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA). She also is a member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians, the American Psychiatric Association, and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. View Guest page

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Mark Bowness

Mark Bowness is a life change instigator, coach and speaker who spends his life pursuing the answer to one question: What are the principles of life change that if aligned to, would result in dramatic personal, community wide and world-wide transformation? Mark’s goal is to instigate a life change that would result in the powerful transformation of your mind, body, spirit, family, relationships and your wealth. Your life change will impact your community and the world. Mark has a degree in Theology, a diploma in clinical hypnosis and is a student of psychology, spirituality and NLP. He was awarded the title of Future 500 ‘mover and shaker’ by The Observer Newspaper 2007 View Guest page

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Melanie Brocklehurst

Melanie Brocklehurst has a Masters of Laws degree from The Australian National University and is the is the author of 50 Dates in 50 States: One Woman’s journey to Positive Change – a memoir, travelogue, and how-to guide wrapped into one. Melanie had the idea to travel the 50 US states and date someone in each as she was working through her Positive Change Formula and looking to make some drastic changes in her own life. Now an author, speaker and results coach, Melanie is also a communications and relations consultant and has over 15 years of experience working as a lawyer, ministerial adviser and political lobbyist. In recognition of her work and service to Australia, Melanie has been awarded an Australian Service Medal and an Australian Day Medal. View Guest page

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Michael S. Broder, Ph.D.

Michael S. Broder, Ph.D. is a psychologist, executive coach, bestselling author, continuing education seminar leader, and popular speaker. He is an expert in cognitive behavioral therapy, specializing in high achievers and relationship issues. His work centers on bringing about major change in the shortest time possible. A sought-after media guest, he has TV appearances including Oprah and The Today Show. For many years, Dr. Broder also hosted the radio program Psychologically Speaking with Dr Michael Broder. He has been featured in a number of publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time, and Newsweek. He is the author of a number of acclaimed books, the latest of which is Stage Climbing: The Shortest Path to Your Highest Potential. He also has produced The Help Yourself Audiotherapy Series, which are used frequently by mental health professionals and coaches with their clients. View Guest page

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Dr. Joseph Cardillo

Joseph Cardillo, PhD, is a best-selling author in the fields of health, mind-body-spirit, and psychology. He is an expert in attention training and creative thinking and has taught more than 20,000 students in various colleges, universities and institutes. His books have inspired people of all ages worldwide. He is a research associate at Mind-Body Medical University and holds a doctorate in holistic psychology and mind-body medicine. He is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Psychology Today and other leading publications. He was interviewed, based on his book, Be Like Water; for a documentary film, Looking for Mr. Miyagi which is now available on Amazon. Dr. Cardillo received the prestigious 2011 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Scholarly Research and Creative Activity. His latest book is The Five Seasons: Tap Into Nature's Secrets For Health and we're going to talk about that today. View Guest page

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Regina Cates

Regina Cates, a spiritual teacher, transformational author and positivity junkie, inspires hundreds of thousands of people every day to live lives of limitless possibility. Through her Los Angeles–based company, Romancing Your Soul, she guides people to lead with their hearts. Now with her first book, Lead with Your Heart, Regina is set to touch the hearts of a wider audience. She was educated as a classical musician on the French horn and played drums in a rock ‘n‘ roll band. She earned a bachelor’s degree in teaching from Sam Houston State University in Texas and a master‘s in public and private management from Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama. She worked as assistant circulation director for the Columbia Missourian newspaper and as director of the MBA program at Berry College in Georgia. You can find her at http://www.romancingyoursoul.com View Guest page

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Paul K. Chappell

Paul K. Chappell graduated from West Point in 2002, was deployed to Baghdad, and left active duty in November 2009 as a captain. The author of three other books, he serves as the peace leadership director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and lectures throughout the country and internationally. He grew up in Alabama, the son of a Korean mother and a half-black and half-white father, who fought in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. For more information, visit www.paulkchappell.com. Paul states, "West Point and the U.S. Army trained me how to be a peace activist. If you think working for world peace means pursuing a naive and impossible dream, what I learned in the military may change your mind, just as it transformed my understanding of humanity’s potential for peace" View Guest page

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Eli Chiaviello

A native San Franciscan, Eli Chiaviello grew up in Ohio, where he attended Ohio State University before returning to California. An administrative professional for over twenty years, Eli has also worked in sidewalk food vending, information technology, copyediting, and biomedical research. For the past fifteen years, he has been assistant to the founder of The Hope Heart Institute, pioneering heart surgeon Lester Sauvage. In his spare time, Eli enjoys backpacking and well-told stories. He is co-editor of Dr. Sauvage's recent book, Open Your Heart to the Magic of Love. View Guest page

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Irene Conlan

Irene Conlan has a master’s degree in nursing and a Ph.D. in Metaphysics. She taught nursing at Arizona State University, served as Director of Nursing Administration at St. Luke’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix and served as Assistant Director of the Arizona Department of Health Services. She is also a certified hypnotherapist and had her own practice in Scottsdale, AZ. Now retired, Irene is an avid blogger on her favorites—The Self Improvement Blog and The Self Esteem Blog. In addition, she hosts The Self Improvement Show on VoiceAmerica Radio's Empowerment Channel. http://www.theselfimprovementblog.com View Guest page

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James Cusumano

James Cusumano is an accomplished leader with successful careers as entertainer, scientist, corporate executive, and entrepreneur. He started his entertainment career as the lead singer for The Royal Teens of ‘50s & ‘60s fame. After a Ph.D. in physical chemistry, business studies at Harvard and Stanford and a Fellowship at Cambridge University, he served as a Director of R&D for Exxon. After cofounding Catalytica, Inc. with business units in clean energy and pharmaceuticals,he moved to Prague where he and his wife, Inez renovated Chateau Mcely to an award-winning luxury castle, spa hotel and forest retreat. With his partners, Jim created Leadership for Life, a program that brings international change-makers to Chateau Mcely to teach Inspirational Leadership. Jim is a renowned speaker, the producer of the movie "What Matters Most" and the author of “Balance: The Business-Life Connection” released in April. He will talk about balancing the personal and career aspects of life. View Guest page

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Christopher Dines

Christopher Dines is an English life coach, author and former House DJ. Christopher's music alias was Chris Lopez and Splash. Dines' career took off DJ-ing at profiled club nights in his late teens and early twenties. He traveled the world as a DJ particularly in Asia then left the dance music industry in 2006 to become a life coach. Dines is the author of A Ticket to Prosperity, Mystery of Belief: How to Manifest Your Dreams and his latest, Manifest Your Bliss. Dines coaches and speaks at public events on motivational and inspirational concepts and spiritual awareness. View Guest page

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Christopher Dines

Christopher Dines is an English life coach, author and former House DJ. Christopher's music alias was Chris Lopez and Splash. Dines' career took off DJ-ing at profiled club nights in his late teens and early twenties. He traveled the world as a DJ particularly in Asia then left the dance music industry in 2006 to become a life coach. Dines is the author of A Ticket to Prosperity, Mystery of Belief: How to Manifest Your Dreams and his latest, Manifest Your Bliss. Dines coaches and speaks at public events on motivational and inspirational concepts and spiritual awareness. View Guest page

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Annamiek Douw

Annamiek Douw, MSc is a management coach, light-worker, medium, energetic therapist, trainer and author. Her personal experience with long-term illness combined with her own work as a healer have led her to understand how the soul is an internal compass that continuously guides us. She has helped thousands of clients heal at many levels, teaching them how to read this compass for themselves. In 2011, she shared her unprecedented work in the Dutch language book De ziel in het licht van haar hogere auralagen, which is now available in English under the title 21 Layers of the Soul: Healing the Karmic Ties with Friends, Lovers, Family and Enemies. View Guest page

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Tab Edwards

Tab Edwards is an accomplished author and business professional with expertise in the fields of business unit-level strategy, business process consulting, the Document-related Information Supply Chain (DISC), and sales & selling— all areas on which he has written extensively. With more than 25 years of business and management experience gained from some of the world's most admired companies such as IBM, General Electric, SMCC, and Hewlett-Packard, Tab shares the breadth of his experience with companies worldwide. He also captures the best-practices from these experiences which he shares through his books and whitepapers. Tab holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from The University of Pittsburgh, an MBA in Marketing from The Pennsylvania State University, and currently is a Doctoral student in Management (Corporate Strategy) at Pace University's Lubin School of Business. His latest book, Chocolate Peppers, was released in July of 2013. View Guest page

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Mike Elias

Mike Elias, CEO of LeCig, will tell us about the amazing growth of LeCig from a little store in De Queen, Arkansas to a nationwide burgeoning business. There is finally an alternative to the expensive and chemical laden tobacco cigarette—electronic cigarettes. Instead of smoking, they "vape." And while all the elements of smoking are the same, the dangers and the cost are not. There are other advantages as well and Mike will tell us more about those. Elias states, "Our customers find that our e-cigarettes provide them a smokeless alternative to tobacco as well as help them reduce the cost of smoking over the long term. And they make you more kissable." The electronic cigarette industry is expected to grow to over $1.75 Billion in 2013 as millions of tobacco smokers make the switch to electronic cigarettes. View Guest page

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Jeff Foster

Jeff Foster studied astrophysics at Cambridge University. Following a period of depression and physical illness, he embarked on an intensive spiritual search that came to an end with the discovery that life itself was what he had always been seeking. He resides near Brighton, England. Jeff was voted #51 in Watkins Mind Body Spirit’s 2012 list of the world’s 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People. He has published four books in over six languages. His latest book The Deepest Acceptance was published in 2012 by Sounds True. View Guest page

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Alan Fox

Alan Fox has enjoyed a number of lifetimes during the past seventy-two years. He has university degrees in accounting, law, education, and professional writing. He has been employed as a Tax Supervisor for a national CPA firm, established his own law firm, and founded a commercial real estate company in 1968 that now owns and manages more than seventy major income-producing properties in eleven states. Fox is the founder, editor, and publisher of Rattle, one of the most respected literary magazines in the United States, and he sits on the board of directors of several non-profit foundations. People Tools is the distillation of his experience in accounting, law, real estate, poetry, three marriages, and raising six children, two step children, and one foster child. Visit www.peopletoolsbook.com View Guest page

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Carolyn Gervais

Carolyn Gervais is an ordained minister in spiritual psychology and a certified clinical hypnotherapist with a master’s degree in holistic nutrition who urges individuals to develop an inquiring heart and mind. She has been frequently published in the Sedona Journal of Emergence and on numerous websites focused on metaphysical spirituality. She and her husband, Doug, live in Arizona and have three grown children. Read more about Caroline at http://www.awakeningyou.com/ View Guest page

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Pete Giannini

Pete Giannini is the drummer for the fast-growing female-fronted rock band "Chaser Eight." A few years back he was struggling with a terrible addiction, but through the love and support of his band mates and family he was able to overcome his problem. He is now living clean and sober while creatively contributing to "Chaser Eight’s" new music and live shows. About his recovery he says, "Incredibly enough the family I mostly destroyed was still there to pick me up and start me on my path to a great life. It was and will always be a road of recovery, but yes, the road gets smoother each and every day. Starting with the basics, no more drugs. That, of course, is easier said than done...The people involved in my sobriety are the ones that truly saved me. Friends, family, doctors, co-workers, and band mates— they all play a part whether they know it or not." Pete is a remarkable "work in progress." View Guest page

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Dr. Masha Godkin

Dr. Masha Godkin received her B.A. in Psychology from UCSD, and her M.A. and Psy.D in MFT from Alliant International University. She serves as adjunct faculty at Argosy University, Alliant International University and Central Texas College all in San Diego, teaching various undergraduate, master’s, as well as doctoral level counseling psychology courses. Her clinical experience includes individual, group, couples and family therapy, online counseling, as well as facilitating SMART recovery meetings. Dr. Godkin also has an extensive background in drama and music, is a classically trained singer, and was a former child actor. She specializes in Self-Esteem Enhancement through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her ultimate goal is to help clients move towards achieving their own personal potential. View Guest page

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Stanley H. Greene

Stanley H. Greene helps people build their resilience—their ability to bounce back after a setback of any kind. He is President of the PowerThinking Corporation, a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience in helping large corporations and small businesses reach their full potential. He has improved operational and financial results for companies primarily in cable TV, telecommunications, TV programming, and the Internet. Mr. Greene is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Association for Minorities in Cable (NAMIC). His flagship program , Resilience Online, is an effective, affordable training program which measures and helps you improve your ability to turn life's challenges into successes. Join us to hear this remarkable man talk about an ability needed in these times—resilience. View Guest page

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Todd Hogan

Todd Hogan is a psychic medium working with The Psychic Library who became aware of his psychic abilities and the spirit realm at an early age. His psychic gifts, which include clairaudience, clairsentience, and clairalience, allow him to help individuals by tapping into their families and friends on this plane, as well as those who have passed on. Discoveries and insights are illuminated during his readings that will have an impact on the present and future of the client. Todd brings compassion, understanding, and empathy to his readings. Using the stage name "Hogan Todd" he is a gifted musician who has an infectious acoustic groove that can be compared to that of the Dave Matthews Band, Lifehouse, Lenny Kravitz, and John Mayer. Hogan has had his songs on many popular television shows which include NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, "WB’s “One Tree Hill”, and Fox’s “The O.C.” View Guest page

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Barbara Becker Holstein

Barbara Becker Holstein is a positive psychologist in private practice for the past twenty five years. She originated the idea of The Enchanted Self®, a positive psychology therapy where she teaches people how to recognize and utilize their strengths, talents, skills and even lost potential. She has developed a number of methods, including using our memories to rediscover what is right about ourselves and our lives, rather than what went wrong, helping people to overcome adversity, experience positive emotions and live the good life! She has written a number of books, including The Enchanting Self, and The Truth:I'm a girl, I'm smart and I know everything. You can find her on the web at www.enchantedself.com and on You Tube. View Guest page

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Mark Ireland

Mark Ireland, is the son of Richard Ireland, a renowned twentieth-century psychic who counseled celebrities such as Mae West, Glenn Ford, and Amanda Blake. He was frequently on TV right here in Phoenix and some of us remember watching him. Mark's first book, Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go, is a moving account of his personal quest for answers about life after death—subsequent to the passing of his youngest son. His latest book is Messages from the Afterlife: A Bereaved Father’ s Journey in the World of Spirit Visitations, Psychic-Mediums , and Synchronicity. Mark has participated in mediumship research studies, at the University of Arizona and the University of Virginia and has participated in independent investigations. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and lives in Scottsdale with his wife, Susie. View Guest page

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Sanjay Jain

Sanjay Jain, at the age of 42, represents a new wave of thought leadership and expertise developed not only from his medical and financial education, but also his life experiences. Sanjay Jain is a US trained Board Certified physician, with over 15 years of clinical experience. Holding certifications in Diagnostic Radiology, Integrative Medicine and Healthcare Quality and Management, Sanjay has delivered talks both domestically and internationally. He is a former assistant professor at The Ohio State University, where he also obtained his MBA at The Fisher School of Business. A graduate from the accelerated BS/MD program at The Northeast Ohio Medical University, Sanjay served on numerous committees at every level of his professional career. He is a member of the American Roentgen Ray Society, American College of Sports Medicine, American College of Forensic Medicine, American Association of Integrative Medicine and American Institute for Healthcare Quality. View Guest page

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Marlise Karlin

Marlise Karlin is a transcendent teacher, humanitarian and author, recognized globally for igniting an Energy of peace that brings exceptional healing to the mind and body. From teen runaway to award winning producer, Marlise's journey through a web of challenges and successes , lead to a profound sequence of events that shifted her perception of life and what is possible for humankind in the 21st century. Years of study and expertise led to the development of the groundbreaking Simplicity of Stillness Method that has transformed people's lives globally. Identified by SheKnows.com as an "inner peace expert,: Marlise has been interviewed on NBC and Fox News, spoken at Cesar Milan Events to ignite an intention of peace, is a contributor to The Huffington Post and Malika Chopra's Intent.com. Marlise teaches the SOS (Simplicity of Stillness) Method at workshops and retreats worldwide and on her website. . She is the author of The Power of Peace in You. View Guest page

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Alison J. Kay

Alison J. Kay, PhD is a holistic life coach, an India-trained YA yoga and meditation teacher, an ACE certified personal trainer, and an energy healer/shifter of sixteen years. The unique blend of credentials, use of multiple modalities, and the wealth of experience she acquired during the ten years she spent living in Asia studying subtle energy practices, make her perspective and manner of working with people around the world incredibly powerful. She hosts her ever insightful radio show, “Create Your Best Life Ever! What Else is Possible?” Alison recently published her book, What If There's Nothing Wrong? an eye-opening, sometimes humorous, sometimes raw contrast of modern, globalized, Western culture with Asian culture. She poses the question, "If our minds didn't find anything wrong, would we then create our best lives ever? What else is possible?” View Guest page

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Alison J. Kay, PhD

Alison J. Kay, PhD is a holistic life coach, an India-trained yoga and meditation teacher, a certified personal trainer, and an energy healer/shifter of sixteen years. The unique blend of credentials, use of multiple modalities, and the wealth of experience she acquired during the ten years she spent living in Asia studying subtle energy practices, make her perspective and manner of working with people around the world incredibly powerful. She hosts her ever insightful radio show, “Create Your Best Life Ever! What Else is Possible?” that airs right here on VoiceAmerica every Friday at 1 p.m. Pacific (4 p.m. Eastern time). View Guest page

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Allen Klein

Allen Klein, is an award-winning professional speaker and a recipient of: a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor; a Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association; a Toastmaster’s Communication and Leadership Award, and he is a Hunter College Hall of Fame honoree. Klein is also a best-selling author of 19 books which have sold over 600,000 copies. His books include: The Healing Power of Humor: Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying, The Art of Living Joyfully, and Always Look on the Bright Sid. Comedian Jerry Lewis has said that Allen Klein is “a noble and vital force watching over the human condition.” www.allenklein.com View Guest page

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Dr. Louis Koster

For over ten years, Dr. Louis Koster, a distinguished humanitarian, served as a medical doctor for Doctors Without Borders and other humanitarian organizations in trouble spots across the globe. He worked in war zones in Bosnia, the Sudan, Angola, Liberia and with Afghan refugees in Pakistan and Cuban refugees in Guantanamo Bay. For his humanitarian efforts, Dr. Koster has received numerous awards and has appeared on radio, television, and news shows. A native of Holland, he now practices medicine in Australia, where he lives with his wife and daughter. As an expert in international public health, he has had the opportunity to observe first-hand the languages of the world. With the ability of speaking six different languages, he brings his wisdom and a new language for life to groups and organizations globally. We will talk about his remarkable career and his book, A New Language for Life. http://www.louiskoster.com View Guest page

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Joel Landi

Joel Landi has been called a modern-day renaissance man., and can now be seen as the face of major ad campaigns for Botox and Viagra. Joel’s adult life has been about pushing himself past his own limits and taking calculated risks. He has learned that through taking risks, one can reap valuable rewards in life. Joel has taken this experience and formed The Performance Group, where he serves his clients as a performance coach. Whereas other performance coaches work in predominantly one-on-one sessions, Joel infuses his coaching with an element of adventure through exhilarating excursions—on a racetrack at 200 mph, riding over the Rockies, or jumping out of an airplane. Joel finds out exactly what his clients want to change, and helps snap them out of their lulls to reach a deeper fulfillment in their lives. View Guest page

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Cynthia Larson

Cynthia Larson has a degree in physics from UC Berkeley, an MBA degree, and a Doctor of Divinity degree For the past 15 years, Cynthia has shared findings from scientific research in the fields of quantum physics, quantum biology, the placebo effect, positive psychology, sociology, and alternative medicine. Cynthia's articles have appeared in journals ranging from Magical Blend to Parabola. She has been featured on the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, and BBC, and has presented papers at international conferences on science, spirituality, and consciousness. She is a best-selling author, researcher, and transformational speaker who helps people visualize and access whole new worlds of possibility. Her most recent book is Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity View Guest page

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Ivy Larson

Ivy Larson is a nutrition, fitness and wellness expert. She is the founder of CleanCuisine.com, the Clean Cuisine product line and author of four nutrition books including the latest:"Clean Cuisine: An 8-Week Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Program that Will Change the Way You Age, Look & Feel." She is an American College of Sports Medicine certified Health Fitness Specialist and creator of Full Fitness Fusion: The 30 Minute Solution workout DVD. Ivy holds professional certifications as a fitness instructor and fitness testing specialist through the Fitness Institute International. Ivy’s story of keeping MS at bay, as well as her expertise in fitness and nutrition, has made her a popular figure among top national media outlets. She has appeared on Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN and a host of others. Her recipes, fitness and nutrition advice have been featured in Time Magazine, US News and World Report, Fitness Magazine, and other leading nutrition and fitness publications. View Guest page

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Justina Lasley

Justina Lasley, M.A. is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Dream Studies in Charleston, South Carolina. Justina earned her Master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology with an emphasis in Dreams at the University of West Georgia, and has a B.A. in both Applied Art and Education from Converse College. She also studied at the University of Paris and with many well-known authors and dream specialists. She has been conducting dream groups and/or workshops for nearly 20 years. She is also a continuing education Provider for counselors, marriage and family therapists and psycho-educational specialists. She has written two books, Honoring the Dream: A Handbook for Dream Group Leaders and In My Dream...a unique dream journal to capture and record dreams, thoughts, and sketches. Her latest book, Wake Up! Use your (Nighttime) Dreams to Make your (Daytime) Dreams Come True will be published soon View Guest page

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Michael Lawrience

Michael Lawrience is a certified Residential Coach with over 12 years experience teaching teen’s self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-reliance. He has over 35 years experience as a holistic health practitioner with a B.A in Sacred Healing, and is a certified Bowen work Practitioner. His niche is emotional health with extensive personal experience related to codependency recovery, strengthening self-esteem, healing the inner child, stress management, and meditation practice. He is the author or the eBook,” Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, and Pain” an owner’s manual describing practical methods to release your physical and emotional chronic pain, suffering, and emotional stress. View Guest page

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Cindy Loughran

Cindy Loughran turned her natural talents and passion for helping others thrive into a career as a professional coach. Recognized in 2007 as one of Boston’s Top Ten Coaches by the Women’s Business Boston, Cindy has been a contributor to national trade and business journals and anthologies, and has been a guest on numerous business talk radio shows sharing her knowledge and experience on such topics as Emotional Intelligence, Work/Life Balance, Personal Empowerment, Leadership and Change. Cindy holds a degree in Communication Studies from the University of Vermont. She is a Certified Professional Coach, Certified Group Coach , Principal of CBL Associates and Founder and President of New Leaf Touchstone, a personal development business she created that employs at-risk adolescent girls in the creation of bracelets and touchstones designed to help people create new, positive habits and turn over a new leaf in all aspects of their lives. View Guest page

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Gregory Malouf

Gregory Malouf, a successful Australian businessman, suffered a traumatic childhood. He became a workaholic in order to run away from his past and allowed himself to live the "perfect life." At the age of 50, Greg realized he was living a lie. He was suffering from anxiety and obsessive control disorder, just two of many addictions he had suffered in his life. Greg studied Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Transcendental Meditation and psychotherapy and in 2009, founded the Epsilon Healing Academy, based in Australia. On this new path, Greg's mission is to better the world by helping people explore their anxiety, challenge their fears and reach their full potential. Today, through books like Silent and his new Thoughtless series as well as innovative programs like the University of Self, Greg and his team help people globally to live a life that in every way reflects who they are and what they deeply desire. View Guest page

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Robin Marvel

Robin Marvel is a multi-published author and nationwide motivational speaker in the field of self-development. She has taken the negative situations she was dealt throughout her life and turned them into motivation and purpose, getting you on your feet, participating in the empowerment of your life! She wants everyone to live an inspired life and embrace who they truly are. With newest book, Life Check: 7 Ways to Balance Your Life, which is scheduled to be released September 1, she is the author of five books designed to help others. You can find more at her website: http://www.robinmarvel.com. View Guest page

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Jeffrey Millman, M.D.

Jeffrey Millman, M.D. is a family physician who integrates holistic and alternative healing into his medical practice. Seeing the impact both physical and emotional pain had on the lives of his patients, he felt the need to seek an explanation for human suffering. He realized that only by connecting with his intuitive mind, using the sixth sense, could he begin to understand the underlying reason for our pain. Dr. Millman lives in the foothills of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, is in private practice in Sparks, Nevada, and is a clinical professor at the University of Nevada School of Medicine. He is a graduate of the Chicago Medical School and a Diplomat and Fellow of the American Board of Family Practice. He is the author of the recently published book: Leap of Faith: Transforming Physical and Emotional Pain Into Spiritual Growth. View Guest page

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Rivvy Neshama

Rivvy Neshama is a writer and community organizer whose spiritual path draws from many sources: Eastern and Western religions, Native traditions, Sufis and shamans, and her mom. Her stories have appeared in such publications as Ms., Glamour, and The New York Times. Rivvy holds degrees in philosophy, comparative literature, social work, and education. She has been a teacher and social worker in Harlem, a campaign manager in Boulder, and a Tarot card reader at Macy's on Halloween. She lives in Boulder, Colorado. View Guest page

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Ari Nessel

Ari Nessel gives away a thousand dollars a day, every day, to individual change-makers and activists who are working to make the world—or just their own community—a better, more peaceful and more sustainable place. He is the founder and president of a new organization, The Pollination Project, which awards $1000 grants as seed money to passionate individuals working for the benefit of people, planet, animals in areas like environmental sustainability, social justice, community health and wellness. He lives in Dallas with his wife, a doctor, who cares for underserved populations, their two young sons and a dog. He also teaches meditation and yoga workshops and is an activist for peace, nonviolence and animal advocacy. View Guest page

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Kira M. Newman

Kira M. Newman is the founder of the Honesty Experiment, a 30-day challenge where people commit to being honest with themselves and others. She’s also a senior writer and editor for Tech Cocktail, a media and events company for tech startups and entrepreneurs. She’s been published in the Huffington Post and Social Media Monthly. She’s currently living in Europe and loves spending time in Parisian cafes. View Guest page

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Tom North

Tom North is a successful financial advisor, author and inspirational speaker. As the 11th of the 20 Beardsley children made famous in the film “Yours, Mine and Ours,” Tom had firsthand experience of what it was really like to grow up in the famous family in Carmel, California. His book, True North – The Shocking Truth about “Yours, Mine and Ours” has won a Living Now Award Gold Medal, is Recommended Reading by the Washington Times, has garnered rave reviews by Writer’s Digest and is an Amazon Best Seller. Tom North appears on radio and television programs, and is a keynote speaker at organizations, companies, universities and conferences. He is an Official National Sponsor of National CASA. View Guest page

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Dr. Jim Nourse

Dr. Jim Nourse has been in private practice since 1980. From 1975 to 1980 he served as Staff Psychologist and director of Clinical Psychology Training at the Hampton, Virginia V.A. Medical Center and as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Eastern Virginia Medical School. His 40 years in the health care field have been driven by a passion for the application of ancient and transpersonal approaches to problems faced by modern people. In addition to his training in psychology and acupuncture, Jim has had the good fortune to study with revered elders and teachers, including Stan and Christina Grof, Michael Harner, Beautiful Painted Arrow, Stanley Kopa Kaluahine, and ‘Ihaleakalā Hew Len. He lives in North Carolina with his wife Judith, a teacher and practitioner of reflexology and Feng Shui, and his cat Charlie, who practices cat medicine. View Guest page

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Heidi Reeder, Ph.D.

Dr. Heidi Reeder is the author of Commit to Win: How To Harness The Four Elements of Commitment To Reach Your Goals and is an award-winning professor at Boise State University. She blogs for Psychology Today and has been featured on Life and Style and The Today Show. She holds degrees in Communication from the University of Oregon (B.S.), Stanford University (M.A.) and Arizona State University (Ph.D.). Dr. Heidi Reeder has authored articles for leading communication and social psychology journals and provides keynotes and workshops for professional organizations, including Citi Credit Cards, the Wyakin Warrior Foundation, Bank of the Cascades, and DirecTV. As the owner of SuccessTracks, her mission is to help individuals communicate with confidence and authenticity and maximize their personal and professional success. View Guest page

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Ross Rosenberg

Ross Rosenberg is a business owner, administrator, professional trainer, addiction specialist, and psychotherapist in the mental health, social service and child welfare fields. He owns Clinical Care Consultants, a full-service counseling center based in the northern suburbs of Chicago. Rosenberg provides consultation and treatment in the fields of codependency and trauma, sex addiction, Internet addiction, and a variety of other areas. Rosenberg’s psychotherapy services enable his clients to achieve balance, inner peace and feelings of personal efficacy. He says, “Within a warm and respectful therapeutic relationship lies the power to overcome seemingly overwhelming obstacles.” He is the author of The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us, published in April of 2013 View Guest page

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Mark Scheeren

Mark Scheeren is the Chairman and co-founder of Baldwin Research Institute, Inc., the alcohol and drug research company that is the creator of the non-disease, non 12-step model of alcohol and drug education. For over two decades Mr. Scheeren has researched hundreds of different methods, facilities, and cultures worldwide in an effort to discover the many keys to improving the quality of life. Out of this research, the most effective residential program in the world was created in 1992: the St. Jude Program. In addition, the Saint Jude Home Program® was created to address the needs of the thousands of people who needed help with substance abuse issues but who could not attend a residential program. Mr. Scheeren and his wife Danielle have three children. His other interests include big game hunting, boxing, running, motorcycle riding and hiking in the Adirondacks. View Guest page

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Jody Sharpe

Over a decade ago, when her daughter was killed in an automobile accident Sharpe faced down the most difficult challenge of her life. She was determined not to just merely survive, but to live; to honor the life of her beloved daughter, her twins, her husband and the rest of the rich life she had created before the tragedy. Blessed with an inherently positive outlook, these trying times were strengthened by influences from the late Norman Vincent Peale to the children's book character, Wilbur the pig. For Sharpe ministers of spirit and guidance took the form of angels. Sharpe's openness to change led her to write her first novel, The Angel's Daughter. The story that takes place in the fictitious town of Mystic Bay, California, encompasses all Sharpe's attitudes about goodness, healing and moving on. View Guest page

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Marc Slater

Marc has a First Class Honors Degree in Software Engineering. During his academic career he received numerous academic scholarships and was offered a prestigious APA Scholarship to complete a PhD at the Queensland University of Technology. Despite this offer, Marc felt his skills were better used in the commercial world. Before launching eReflect Software, Marc worked for top Brisbane universities and companies in the areas of Research and Development and Product Development. Marc has also completed university level studies in a diverse range of topics including psychology, communication, marketing, and music. View Guest page

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Jamie Smart

Jamie Smart is an internationally renowned writer, speaker, coach, trainer and consultant. Originally from Canada and now based in London, Jamie shows individuals and organizations the unexpected keys to clarity—the ultimate leverage point for creating more time, better decisions and meaningful results. Jamie is a gifted speaker, equally engaging in front of large audiences and more intimate groups. He’s passionate about helping individuals and businesses to deepen their understanding of Innate Thinking® and to create the results that matter to them. In addition to working with a handful of coaching clients and leading selected corporate programs, Jamie runs professional development workshops for business leaders, trainers, coaches and consultants. He has appeared on Sky TV and on the BBC, as well as in numerous publications. For more about Jamie visit http://www.jamiesmart.com View Guest page

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Linda Smarzik

Linda Smarzik has been teaching the creative process to college students of all ages for over three decades. Her research has produced unique insights regarding the interplay between brain function, the mind, and the process of creativity. She has a Bachelors of Science in Commercial Art from Texas State University and a Masters of Science in Brain-based Teaching and Learning from Nova Southeastern University. She is the Dean of the Computer Studies and Advanced Technology Department at the Austin Community College District and is the author of the recently published book, The Mind of Thuse!! Thriving with Effortlessness. Her website is http://www.onebreathvillage.com/ View Guest page

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Nathan J. Snow

Nathan J. Snow is a successful west coast entertainment executive and committed spiritual traveler who has been meditating and exploring transformational practices for over 15 years. He is the author of Breaking the Addiction to Confict: 12 Tools to Quiet the Mind. View Guest page

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Serenity Stewart

Serenity Stewart came from a musical family. Her mom was an opera singer and her dad a pianist— and she grew up with an enormous talent of her own. Instead of pursuing music, however, she fell in love, got married, became a mother, got divorced, and was intent on supporting her family. She became what most people would consider very successful: an important job managing a busy medical office, a nice place to live, money to give her kids a good education and "the good life." But her dream was to sing. When she had a brain aneurism everyone, including Serenity, thought she was dying. She did not. And recovering from this this ordeal she promised herself she would sing. And sing she does. She has two albums: P.S. I Love You and her just released Champagne Taste. But more, she has a career as an entertainer that is exploding. She is living her dream, at last. View Guest page

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Jeffery Michael Straker

Singer-songwriter-pianist Jeffery Michael Straker performs over 100 shows of his piano-folk-pop music each year across Canada and works with disadvantaged children in "The Heart of The City" piano program His piano based pop musical style has drawn comparisons to Elton John, Neil Young and Rufus Wainwright. He has recorded for CBC radio’s Canada Live, had a music video in the top 10 on Much More Music, and in 2012 performed on tour in Africa. His tour stops range from intimate house concerts to theatre shows and include a recent sold-out concert with the full Regina Symphony Orchestra. He will be representing Canada in the 2014 Vina del Mar Festival in Vina, Chile in February. Originally from a small town in Saskatchewan, the classically trained pianist was raised by a church organist mother and auctioneer father. He holds a B.Sc. degree in plant biology from the University of Saskatchewan. www.jeffstraker.com View Guest page

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Betsy & Warren Talbot

Betsy and Warren Talbot describe themselves this way: "We are a recovering, 40-something, you can be free to live your dream, Type-A couple who learned that living large is not necessarily living well. We did all the typical things people do in their 20s and 30s: climb the corporate ladder, get married, buy a house, get divorced, climb the ladder some more, get married again, accumulate more crap, and keep repeating the process like hamsters on a wheel." Circumstances made them asked themselves " If we knew we wouldn’t make it to our 40th birthdays, what would we do differently right now?" They wanted to travel. They got rid of everything they owned and lived to tell about it. Now they carry everything they own in their pack packs. They have together authored three books: Dream Save Do: Stop Dreaming and Start Living, Strip Off Your Fear & Slip into Something More Confident, and Get Rid of It. All are aimed at showing you how you can de clutter your life so you can live your dream. View Guest page

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Donnie Tash

Donnie Tash is a retired psychotherapist who specialized in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and was a certified addiction counselor. The patient population he treated suffered from addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship issues and HIV/AIDS. He decided to retire, move to Arizona and travel the world. He a co-founder of the website psychiclibrary.com, which is an interactive and educational site dedicated to the psychic/metaphysical realm. He realized his psychic abilities after emerging from a coma due to surgical complications. While recuperating, he felt that something was different about him — he started receiving information about people differently than in the question/answer format practiced in psychotherapy. Since that time, he has had the opportunity to give psychic readings to many individuals and their pets. He serves as a bridge for people to reconnect with their loved ones who have crossed over. View Guest page

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Eldon Taylor, Ph.D

Eldon Taylor, Ph.D is an award winning, New York Times best selling author of over 300 books, and audio and video programs. He is also the host of the popular Hay House radio show, “Provocative Enlightenment.” He is the inventor of the patented InnerTalk technology and the founder and President of Progressive Awareness Research, Inc. who has been featured as an expert in films, print, television and radio. He has been called a “master of the mind” and has appeared as an expert witness on both hypnosis and subliminal communication. Eldon has earned doctorates in clinical and pastoral psychology. He is an ordained interdenominational minister and a Fellow in the American Psychotherapy Association. Listed in more than a dozen Who’s Who publications, he was awarded the 2005 International Peace Prize by the United Cultural Convention for his “outstanding personal achievements to the good of society as a whole.” View Guest page

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Betsy Thompson

Betsy Thompson is a writer with a passion for communicating spiritual concepts. In every job she has had from the age of 16 up until this moment–whether it was waitressing, selling radio time, being a commercial print model, executive assistant, housewife, or author–her lessons have been about understanding how she faces herself wherever she goes. Betsy finally realized that each job and each person was an opportunity to know herself better, not an opportunity to blame others for her problems. Betsy is the author of 6 books and is now in the process of getting her early self-published books up on Amazon in newer, improved versions. In addition to The WHAT HAPPENS IF I… Book, Betsy is the author of Walking Through Illusion, The Mirror Theory, LoveParent, LoveHuman, and You Are What You Think so Make Your Thoughts Delicious. Her website is http://www.betsythompson.com View Guest page

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Erica Tucci

Erica Tucci started out to be a dancer but switched majors and received her a BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Houston. She has authored two books, started a healing arts business, and was a manager in a Fortune 500 company. In the midst of this whirlwind of activity, she had a stroke that changed every aspect of her life. This story can be found in Erica's new and third book, Radiant Survivor: How to Shine and Thrive through Recovery from Stroke, Cancer, Abuse, Addiction and Other Life-Altering Experiences, launching on November 19th. Today Erica continues the work she was doing before her stroke, helping women find their "yin radiance" through their authentic voice and their own healing. And to help others going through their own life-altering experiences, she is developing a trauma recovery coaching program based on her Radiant Survivor book View Guest page

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Dr. Rhonda Joy Edwards Vansant

Dr. Rhonda Joy Edwards Vansant is an educator who has devoted her professional life to the advocacy of loving, nurturing developmentally appropriate settings for children, and inspiring meaningful educational practices for learners of all ages. She earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Georgia. She has a Specialist Degree in Language Arts from Peabody College for Teachers and a Doctorate of Education Degree in Curriculum and Supervision from Vanderbilt University. Joy began her teaching career in 1972, and has taught all grades, from kindergarten through sixth grade in rural, inner city, and suburban settings. She has been a homeschooling mother and has provided consultative and instructional homeschooling services for middle school and high school levels. She has provided leadership for educational reform for over four decades. She as a newly published book: Education As It Could Be: Realization, Restoration, and Renewal. View Guest page

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Eric Wagner

Eric Wagner is a founding partner of MindNest LLC, a technology incubator in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to that, he was Chief Technology Officer for Pearson Digital Learning, where he led the development of numerous software products. Prior to PDL, Eric was Vice President of Development for GoDaddy.com, General Manager of Oce Reprographic and Groupware Technologies, Vice President of Engineering with Buzzsaw.com, Vice President of AutoCAD Development with Autodesk, and Vice President of Development with Ithaca Software. Eric holds both BSE and MS degrees in Computer Science from Arizona State University, and he is the author of numerous U.S. software patents. He regularly travels nationwide to appear as a keynote speaker at technology and educational events. In his spare time, he enjoys motorcycling, skiing, scuba diving, and is a licensed aircraft pilot. His latest book is Shutting Up: Listening to Your Employees, Leading by Example, and Maximizing Productivity View Guest page

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Chaney Weiner

Chaney Weiner is a sought after authority on human potential and personal development. He is the founder of the Chaney Institute of Human Potential, an organization dedicated to empowering people worldwide in all seven areas of life (Financial, physical, family, mental, spiritual, vocational, and social) by helping them discover their hidden brilliance and uniqueness based on what is most important to them. An acknowledged transformational leader and a leading expert on success and raising human potential, Chaney has inspired millions of people around the world, sharing his breakthrough methods for personal and professional success His signature Breakthrough to Achieve Program™ along with his various courses and programs are the combination of more than 23 years of multi-disciplinary study. His work has been featured on Montel Across America with Montel Williams, Hollywood Confidential with Leeza Gibbons, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and Hay House Radio. View Guest page

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Scott R. Werner, MD

Scott R. Werner, MD, received his Medical degree from Saint Louis University School of medicine in 1986, specializing in OB/GYN. After curing his own cancer with herbs and healing energy he became a medical intuitive. In addition to Traditional Medicine, Scott has studied Herbs, Essential oils, Homeopathics, Reiki touch healing and many other modalities. He gave up his medical practice to focus on the real causes of dis-ease. He knows intuitively what people need and uses herbs, homeopathics, energetic remedies and chelation to help improve and heal “un-treatable illnesses and dis-eases.” He currently does intuitive medical readings for clients putting them on the products which will help them the most. He lectures to many groups, including professionals, in Nevada, California, Hawaii, Florida and Utah teaching about herbal products, homeopathics, essential oils, energy medicine and spiritual healing. View Guest page

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Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson is a licensed and consulting psychologist, known as America’s Joyologist and The Cheerman of The Bored. He hold a B.S. in Business Administration/Marketing from Temple University and an M.A. in Psychology from Temple University. His early work as a clinical psychologist crystallized his thinking about the relationship between work, joy and productivity. Steve is a licensed psychologist, a member of the National Speakers Association and a Certified Speaking Professional. He is a member of the International Society for Humor Studies and the Advisory Board of National Association for Self- Esteem as well as Founder and President of World Laughter Tour, Inc. Steve is the Author of several books including Eat Dessert First, Toilet Paper, Toothpaste & Tuna-Noodle Casserole, CHILL!, and Good-Hearted Living. His slogan is "Don’t Postpone Joy" View Guest page

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Dr. Guy Winch

Dr. Guy Winch has a Ph.D. in clinical Psychology. He writes the popular Squeaky Wheel Blog for Psychology Today.com and is the author of two books which have already been translated into 9 languages. He lives and practices in New York City where on rare occasions, he can be seen performing stand-up comedy. His newest book is Emotional First Aid: Practical Strategies for Treating Failure, Rejection, Guilt, and Other Everyday Psychological Injuries. His website is guywinch.com Twitter: @GuyWinch View Guest page

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Jaimal Yogis

Jaimal Yogis is an award-winning journalist who has written for ESPN Magazine, The Washington Post, The Surfer’s Journal, The Chicago Tribune, AFAR, San Francisco Magazine and many others. His critically acclaimed first book, SALTWATER BUDDHA, is currently being adapted into a film He has been a guest-lecturer at UC Berkeley, Columbia University, and San Francisco State. Jaimal is an avid surfer and lives in San Francisco with his wife, Amy, and his son, Kai. View Guest page

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The Permanent Solution for Addictions

November 21, 2013
Hosted by Dr. Irene Conlan

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We are all familiar with the problems of alcohol and substance abuse, and we are all familiar with the many approaches to treatment that simply do not work. On this show we are going to talk about a program that DOES work. The Saint Jude Home Program® and the residential Saint Jude Program® taught at St. Jude Retreats® have revolutionized the entire treatment industry and are the driving force behind the rejection of the 12-step movement in the substance abuse treatment industry. Mr. Mark Scheeren, co-founder and CEO of Baldwin Research, will talk about the challenge of alcohol and substance abuse treatment and discuss how St. Jude's various programs have helped thousands experience a better, more fulfilling life! You can find more at http://baldwinresearch.com/ and http://www.soberforever.net/

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The Self Improvement Show

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel

The Self Improvement Show was created because almost everyone wants to be better, do better, and achieve more, but we don't always know how to do that. We aren't looking for perfection. We are simply trying to improve in ways that allow us more happiness, contentment and success wiith some laughter along the way. We address issues common to us all and suggest useful tools that will help you tap into your strengths and your wonderful uniqueness. We think most self improvement is an "inside job" so we talk a lot about how to "go within" to make lasting changes. We talk to people who have struggled and won and have great stories to tell as well as those who live ordinary lives in extraordinary ways. The show is laid back, informative and down to earth. The welcome mat is always out and we invite you to join us. The Self Improvement Show is broadcast live every Thursday at 1 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.

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Dr. Irene Conlan

Dr. Irene Conlan is serious about helping you find the tools you need to achieve your self improvement goals and begin to experience the happiness you deserve and desire.

She has a Masters degree in nursing and a Ph.D. in metaphysics. Irene has taught nursing at ASU, served as Administrator of Nursing at a major Phoenix hospital, and served as Assistant Director in the Arizona Department of Health Services. A certified hypnotherapist, Irene has had her own therapy practice for the past 16 years.

Irene believes that in this stressful world we need help more than ever. We rush from one place to the next, to work, the store, to appointments, to get our kids to soccer practice, ballet, gymnastics, school or the mall. We can be found 24/7 by email, cell phone, or pager. We are stretched to the max and wonder why we can’t sleep, can’t think, and can’t relax. We are enticed by drugs, alcohol and sex to give us an outlet or deal with the stress and many choose to use them. Some rage. Some over-exercise. Some go out and shoot other people. Some simply quit.

In this frenetic activity there is one constant – we are each looking for happiness. Ask the addict, the thief, the anorexic, the debutante, the CEO, service professionals, people you meet on the street or while shopping – ask them what they want. They will, if they can verbalize it, tell you what they truly want is happiness.

Let’s talk about the improvements we can make that help us be happy now.

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