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John Abdo

John Abdo is a former Olympic Coach and an award-winning Fitness Hall of Fame Inductee who spent years suffering from erectile dysfunction, searching for help in the medical community and being told that there was no cure for this sexual disorder. With determination, he set out to find answers and heal himself. His book, Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance, is a compilation of scientifically-proven information that allows men and women of all ages the chance to meet their highest sexual performance by addressing the cause, not just the symptoms, of sexual disorders. John addresses topics such as erectile dysfunction, hormonal imbalances, sexual arousal and orgasmic disorders, and performance anxiety. View Guest page

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Rodelinde Albrecht

Join Patricia as she interviews Rodelinde Albrecht, founder and director of Concerned Singles. Founded in 1984. Concerned Singles is the community that connects single men and women who share progressive values, relate to each other's philosophical and political outlook, and are available for exciting, long- lasting relationships. Rodelinde will discuss how to find progressive, socially conscious partners who care about peace, justice, and the environment. She will also touch on such topics as how and why a shared philosophy is key in developing such relationships. View Guest page

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Gil Anderson

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning Producer Patricia Raskin as she interviews Gil Anderson author of the new book Going Fore It in Golf and Life. A golfer for 48 yeas, Gil compiles his experience with the magical game of golf. He will share life lessons and golf's secrets he learned and he presents the game of golf as a metaphor for life and living. View Guest page

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Maggie Anton

Maggie Anton, acclaimed author of the historical fiction series Rashi’s Daughters and Rav Hisda’s Daughter (a 2012 Library Journal Best Historical Fiction and finalist for the 2012 Jewish Book Award), has spent years researching what the Talmud says about sorcery, in addition to Jewish amulets, Babylonian incantation bowls, and magic manuals from the Cairo Geniza. In her new original novel Enchantress, out September 2nd 2014—just in time for the High Holidays and Jewish Book Month, she has used these ancient sources to weave a literary tapestry that illuminates life in 4th-century Babylonia, land where the very word “magic” originated, as seen through the eyes of this learned and passionate woman. View Guest page

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Sonia Arrison

Sonia Arrison, author of "100 Plus: How The Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers And Relationships To Family And Faith" View Guest page

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Cliff Ashpaugh

Cliff Ashpaugh, author of JOSH'S WALL. Set in the early 1960s in the wilds of San Gabriel Valley, it’s a coming-of-age story about a boy who wakes up to a world of bullies, liars, and strangers—including himself. An award-winning writer of short stories, Cliff Ashpaugh is currently putting the final touches on his second novella, about an attempted murder on the high seas. You can usually find him hanging around the San Pedro harbor, on the deck of the thirty-two-foot sailing cruiser he calls home. View Guest page

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Dorothy Atalla

Join Patricia as she interviews Dorothy Atalla, author of Conversations with the Goddess: Encounter at Petra, Place of Power. Her book offers the reader and listener a direct experience with the voice of the Goddess, talking about the spiritual power of the body and consciousness to help women deepen and understand and feeling of ease about themselves. View Guest page

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Marion Baker, RTC

Marion Baker, RTC (Registered Therapeutic Counsellor), The Love Therapist, is trained in transpersonal psychology, a modality that marries spirituality and psychology. She was trained through Clearmind International, a counselling and personal development school whose courses are based on A Course in Miracles. She is author of The Lime Green Plastic Covered Couch. Her book is like a personal counseling session for her readers. Marion shares her own and other women's love stories--some successful, some not--then comments on the stories from a counseling perspective. What went wrong? Could the situation have gone differently? What repeating pattern is revealed in this woman's life that she can now change? Why is she always attracted to the bad boys that love and leave? As we delve into our familial patterns, the secrets are revealed. Any single women reading these stories will not only be drawn in, but will most assuredly find herself and her situation amongst these pages. View Guest page

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Marni Battista

Tune in as Patricia interviews Marni Battista, Executive Relationship and Dating Expert, and the founder of Dating With Dignity, a premier coaching company based in the Los Angeles area. Dating With Dignity is dedicated to helping men and women of all ages create successful, fulfilling relationships by creating self-love and awareness, and taking responsibility for thoughts, feelings and actions. In addition to coaching hundreds of men and women to create love filled lives and 25 years of relationship and dating experience, Marni has been a guest on a number of radio shows, including Better Sex Radio and Relationship RX.. She is also a featured blogger on a variety of websites, including Atractology.com and SistasInTheCity.com. She hosts unique events in the Los Angeles area dedicated to improving her clients' quality of life and relationships. View Guest page

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Holly Bellebuono



Holly Bellebuono, Director of the award-winning apothecary Vineyard Herbs Teas & Apothecary on Martha's Vineyard and The Bellebuono School of Herbal Medicine. She is author of a new book, Women Healers of the World: The Traditions, History & Geography of Herbal Medicine, is a Main Selection of the national One Spirit Book Club. Holly spent seven years traveling and interviewing women healers from all over the globe. Her new book highlights the stories and lives of 21 contemporary and 10 historic women from 20 countries whose work with plants is integral to the heritage of healing--and could very well solve medical puzzles that conventional medicine can't. View Guest page

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G. Brian Benson

G. Brian Benson, multiple award winning self-help author and filmmaker, consultant, speaker, actor, workshop facilitator, inspirational poet, finisher of over 50 triathlons (including 4 Ironman distance races), cross-country bicyclist View Guest page

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Barbara Biziou

Listen as Patricia interviews Barbara Biziou.Barbara, author of The Joy of Ritual and The Joy of Family Rituals, is an internationally acclaimed teacher of practical spirituality. She is the president of Blue Lotus, a multimedia production company specializing in spirituality and personal growth. As America's foremost ritual expert, she teaches us how to restore ritual to its rightful place as food for the soul through practical, easy to use ritual recipes that are inspiring and fun. Barbara offers wonderfully creative solutions to the challenges faced by modern families. She shows people how to incorporate spirituality into their existing lifestyles and hectic schedules - without creating extra workor stress. Barbara is a popular expert and international speaker on women's issues and healthy lifestyles. View Guest page

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Dan Buettner

Tune in as Patricia interview Dan Buettner, an internationally recognized researcher, explorer, and author. He founded Blue Zones® , a lifestyle brand specializing in individual health products and community well-being programs. As a pioneer in exploration and education, he has traveled the world to find the best practices in health, longevity and happiness. Buettner's National Geographic cover story on longevity, "The Secrets of Living Longer" was one of the top-selling issues in history and a made him a finalist for a national magazine award. His 2008 book, The Blue Zones, hit the New York Times bestseller list. He will discuss Thrive -- Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way, a groundbreaking new book that explores the four parts of the world where people are happiest and reveals the cultural dimensions and personal habits that explain their unusually high level of well-being. View Guest page

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Barbara Burke

Tune in as Patricia interviews acclaimed workplace training expert Barbara Burke about her book THE NAPKIN, THE MELON & THE MONKEY: How to Be Happy and Successful at Work and in Life by Simply Changing Your Mind. A modern-day fable, it will help transform the way you handle the frantic chaos of the workday and makes managing even the most challenging interactions satisfying. View Guest page

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Harold Cameron

Patricia welcomes Harold Cameron, Chief of Helping People and Ambassador of Positivity, which encourages individuals to first be positive in their thinking and then do something positive for others in order to bring happiness into their lives. www.bepositiveday.com View Guest page

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George & Sedena Cappannelli

George & Sedena Cappannelli, authors of Do Not Go Quietly, A Guide To Living Consciously and Aging Wisely For People Who Weren't Born Yesterday View Guest page

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Kristine Carlson

Tune in when Patricia interviews Kristine Carlson author of three bestsellers on empowerment and love. Expanding on the phenomenal success of her late husband Dr. Richard Carlson's work, (Don't Sweat the Small Stuff series), Kristine has continued to share her profound message of empowerment, success, emotional strength and love. Her most recent book, Heart Broken Open, is a courageously honest memoir of her personal journey through the depths of grief and mourning after the sudden and unexpected loss of her husband. This powerful book has earned accolades of readers and media across the globe. She will discuss creating healthy life-long relationships and her committment to spreading her message of love to the world. View Guest page

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Camilla Chance

Learn The Lessons of Redemption, Forgiveness, Renewal and the Wisdom of our Elders. Tune in as Patricia interviews award winning author Camilla Chance about her book, Wisdom Man, which chronicles the life of Banjo (Henry) Clarke. An Aboriginal elder, Banjo Clarke endured decades of discrimination. Banjo's wisdom is an example for us all to rise above hatred and anger and become more tolerant and accepting. View Guest page

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Aiden Chase

Aiden Chase is an acclaimed, third-generation, healer - intuitive. His psychic gifts include clairvoyance (vision), clairaudience (hearing), and clairsentience (feeling). Clients come to him from around the world seeking intuited and channeled energy healing. Known as "Hollywood's Healer," he works with people of all backgrounds and religions and uses many ancient world and inter-dimensional energy healing techniques and provides intuitive and psychic guidance. He will discuss how to connect to the frequency of love, prosperity, and your own inner power. www.aidenchase.com View Guest page

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Asia Sharif Clark

Asia Sharif Clark Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Asia Sharif Clark, founder of Centered Self Worldwide. In 90 days, she takes women from overworked and overwhelmed, to empowered and energized, without feeling guilty. And, that's just the beginning. Asia is the author of three books: Create Your Work, Create Your Wealth: 5 Ideas to Feed Your Family and Feed Your Soul, You Time: How to Care for You, While You Care for Them, and Love You, 8 Lessons for the Heart & Soul. And, the creator of Glow Weekend and Joywork Retreats, empowering, live experiences for women around the country and around the world. Where women design the identity. . . and life. . . they want. View Guest page

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Dan Booth Cohen

Dan Booth Cohen, MBA, Ph.D. has a wealth of experience in the art of peace-making and creative problem solving. He has had a diverse career as a business owner, corporate executive, author, peace activist and counselor over the past 30 years. Dan was the co-founder of Pequod Associates, Inc., a founding member of the City of Cambridge Peace Commission and the co-director of the Boston Children of War Program. His book, I Carry Your Heart In My Heart, is filled with the stories of his experiences leading monthly Systemic Family Constellation circles with life-prisoners in a Massachusetts prison. It also describes Family Constellations’ roots and philosophy. View Guest page

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Dane Colby

Are you tired of being alone? Tune in as Patricia interviews Dane Colby a practicing relationship and well-being coach, as they discuss his new book Finding Love In A Mixed Up World. This book focuses on the areas most relationship books ignore. It both expands the definition of win/win relationships and explores practical approaches to connect in unique and valuable ways. View Guest page

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Maryanne Comaroto

Join Patricia as she interviews Maryanne Comaroto, award-winning author of the books Skinny, Tan and Rich: Unveiling the Myth and Hindsight: What You Need to Know Before You Drop Your Drawers. She is a national speaker and clinical hypnotherapist, relationship coach and radio personality. Maryanne and her husband David created the Great Relationships Begin Within Self-Inquiry Divination deck to help people experience more intimacy through the practice of self-inquiry. View Guest page

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Beverly Conyers

Beverly Conyers, M.A., editor and freelance writer who lives in New England. She is the author of Addict in the Family: Stories of Loss, Hope, and Recovery and Everything Changes: Help for Families of Newly Recovering Addicts.She will discuss her new book THE RECOVERING HEART which is full of anecdotes from the lives of real women who have struggled and found hope and healing in emotional sobriety. THE RECOVERING HEART is a necessary companion to heal the wounded heart, find freedom in a life of self-acceptance, and lay the foundation for a relapse-free second stage of recovery. View Guest page

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Mary Cook

Most recovery books are written for the beginner. That may make sense, but once youve read them, then what? Tune in as Patricia interviews Mary Cook about her new book, Grace Lost and Found: From Addictions and Compulsions to Satisfaction and Serenity. This grace-centered book is for people at later stages in their recovery. Mary is a psychologist who has three decades of clinical and teaching experience, Grace Lost and Found provides a compassionate approach to healing addictions, compulsions, and other unhealthy habits. View Guest page

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Melissa Costello

Melissa Costello ,Culinary Nutritionist, Wellness Coach, Karma Chow Founder and Celebrity Chef. View Guest page

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Peter J D'Adamo

If you've ever wondered why the latest fad diet doesn't work for you, it could be that you're the wrong blood type for the kinds of foods the diet recommends. Peter J D'Adamo is a second-generation naturopathic physician noted for his popular books on the Blood Type Diet. Best known for his research on human blood groups and nutrition, Dr. D'Adamo is also a well-respected researcher in the field of natural products. He has a medical practice in Wilton, Connecticut. In 2001 Dr. D'Adamo founded the Institute for Human Individuality. Peter D'Adamo makes a persuasive argument that your blood type is an evolutionary marker that tells you which foods you'll process best, and which will be useless calories. He covers the entire range for each of the four blood types, from entrees to condiments and seasonings, and also makes type-specific exercise and lifestyle recommendations. View Guest page

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Kellye Davis

Tune in as Patricia interviews Kellye Davis, leading corporate restorative yoga instructor, wellness lifestyle columnist and author of the book The Bliss Principle Easy Ways to Go From Stress to Peace. Kellyes simple but effective stress-to-peace lifestyle program allows readers to find their center of peace naturally. In an age of dashboard dining and speed communication, Kellyes techniques and gentle reminders have never been more necessary. View Guest page

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Donald Van De Mark

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Donald Van De Mark, former CNN anchor and CNBC correspondent as well as executive producer and host of the public broadcasting TV series "Great Entrepreneurs" and "Great Leaders", is an expert on success. For more than 20 years, he interviewed many of the world's most prominent achievers--the politically powerful, rich, and celebrated. What he discovered is that while all of them were successful, not all were exemplary human beings. He will discuss his new book, THE GOOD AMONG THE GREAT, where among the mega-successful, there is an elusive subset, the good among the great. Van de Mark identifies and describes this minority, a group who are surprisingly aware, egalitarian, dutiful and happy. Their associates and staffs love them; their competitors respect them, their success endures. These people care deeply about others and regularly use their positions to help their larger communities. View Guest page

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Doug De Vito

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Doug De Vito, author of The Upgrade: How to Improve Your Life by Healing Others, a book coming from Hay House, which explores the measurable benefits that accrue to the healer when he or she works on others. De Vito, former chemical engineer and MBA who once worked for some of the nation's top corporations, is now helping scientists to study Reconnective Healing and why it has such stunning impact. View Guest page

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Janet DeLeo

Tune in as Patricia interviews business teacher, entrepreneurand successful network marketing professional Janet DeLeo, M.Ed. Ms. DeLeo is a former Board Member of both the American Society for Training and Development and The RI Womens Network. She is a former Vice President of RIWN and a CTM Silver with Toastmasters International. As president of FutureThink, she combines her training and experience to help empower adults to reach greater levels of success both personally and professionally. View Guest page

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Bruce Dickson

Join Patricia when she interviews Bruce Dickson, Medical Intuitive, Self-healing Facilitator and author of nine books. For 30 years , Bruce has has helped others find solutions that draw on in health, nutrition and personal-spiiritual growing. He will discuss Slow-Motion Forgiveness (TM) which assists individuals and groups to get unstuck and empowers them to make better decisions. His Simple Tools That Heal show listeners how both clairvoyance and kinesiology testing arise naturally from self-sensitivity, self-trust and self-love. View Guest page

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Ellen Sarver Dolgen

Join Patricia as she interviews Ellen Sarver Dolgen, women’s health expert, President of Shmirshky Universal, and author of Shmirshky: The Pursuit Of Hormone Happiness. Like a Cliff’s Notes for menopause, Shmirsky is to menopause what What To Expect If You’re Expecting is to pregnancy, and it is more like a beach read then a lifestyle or health book. If you or someone you know is confused by what is happening during menopause, Shmirshky is like a big, comforting hug from a friend – who happens to know a lot about menopause! View Guest page

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Emily Doskow

Janelle Orsi and Emily Doskow are attorneys and co-authors of The Sharing Solution: How to Save Money, Simplify Your Life, and Build Community. They will discuss their book, The Sharing Solution, which is filled with creative ideas and practical legal suggestions to help create and maintain successful sharing arrangements. They will also discuss the “sharing renaissance”, sharing agreements, and offer answers to common questions about liability, money matters, and sharing logistics. www.sharingsolution.com View Guest page

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Pragito Dove

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Pragito Dove is a master trainer, speaker, and meditation expert who teaches people how to transform pain and anxiety into joy and inner peace in order to achieve real world success. A best-selling author and laughter meditation advocate,she founded the Laughing Buddhas Network to make happiness accessible to all. View Guest page

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Shawne Duperon

Join Patricia as she interviews Shawne Duperon, Founder and CEO of Shawne TV and 6-time Emmy Award winning producer. She is renowned for her work in traditional and social media, networking, and gossip marketing. She will discuss how she helps people create and leverage "expert" status, and teaches them to become the media's go-to allies for great stories, which in turn creates, millions of free publicity for their businesses/missions. Beyond business, Shawne is also an expert in forgiveness, which she will also discuss on the program. View Guest page

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Ginny Dye

Join Patricia as she interview Ginny Dye, author of 30 books, including If You Want To Be A Success, Learn From 100+ People Who Already Are!, Ginny is the Founder, Owner & CEO of Together We Can Change The World, Inc and The Ultimate Life Company, Inc. She is the creator of the Guess Who Game. Ginny will discuss game details where listeners guess the identity of famous people based on experiences before they were famous. learning some secrets of success along the way and reasons to have hope, even if they're suffering in this economy. Anyone who calls in will also receive a free book. View Guest page

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Paul Ehrlich

Join Patricia as she interviews Paul Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies and President of the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University. His newest book Humanity on a Tightrope: Thoughts on Empathy, Family, and Big Changes for a Viable Future Humanity explores possible solutions to our human and planetary predicaments. He will discuss how we as humans must strengthen both empathy and a shared sense of kinship - even with seeming strangers living far away from us - in order to stay balanced with ourselves and the planet. View Guest page

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Karen Engler

Karen Engler, founder of AlignUp Albuquerque!. AlignUp is a unique approach to physical fitness and therapy combining elements of yoga, Tai Chi, TRE, and internal alignment exercises. It’s for people who are willing to put in a little time for themselves to feel not just better, but great. View Guest page

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Sallie Felton

Tune in as Patricia interviews Sallie Felton radio show host, life coach, hyponotherapist, author, facilitator and inspirational speaker. She has helped hundreds of people overcome the obstacles and self-limiting beliefs that previously held them back from achieveing their goals and living more authentic and fulfilling lives. Her radio show "Light At the End of The Tunnel" co-hosted with her husband, Conway Felton, discusses all aspects of depression with expert guests from their particular fields. Sallie is the co-author of several books including Stepping Stones To Success with Deepak Chopra and the late 2010 release, GPS For Success with Stephen Covey. View Guest page

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Bruce Fife



Bruce Fife, C.N., N.D., is an author, speaker, certified nutritionist, and naturopath. He is the author of "The Coconut Miracle Cookbook: Over 400 Recipes to Boost Your Health with Nature’s Elixir." Dr. Fife is the president of the Coconut Research Center, an organization whose purpose is to educate health care professionals and the public about the health and nutritional aspects of coconut. He has written over 20 books and spent decades researching the nutritional and medical benefits to coconuts. "The Coconut Miracle Cookbook" is written for people who love coconut, but it is also written for the growing number of health conscious individuals who recognize coconut as a marvelous food and want to gain the many health benefits it provides. Dr. Fife was the first to gather together the medical research on the health benefits of coconut oil and present it in an understandable and readable format for the general public. He is widely recognized as one of the leading authorities on the health benefits of coconut oil. He is also author of "The Coconut Oil Miracle." View Guest page

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Karen Flyer

A Memoir chronicles the aftermath of parental suicide and the results of childhood trauma: substance abuse, anorexia and the struggle of an abuse victim to find herself worthy of love. It exposes the secret life of adolescents and teenagers and provides important insights for parents that could allow them to reach their troubled teenage children before it’s too late with Karen Flyer.>www.karenflyer.com View Guest page

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Alan Fox

Alan Fox, founder of ACF Property Management, Inc, Rattle Poetry Journal, The Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and game changer. How did he do all this? Alan attributes his happiness and success to consistently applying his People Tools, the simple, practical life lessons that he’s accumulated—and practiced—over the years. Now at the ripe-old age of 74, Alan is dedicated to sharing his wisdom with as many people as possible through his writings, public talks, and media appearances. His first book, People Tools: 54 Strategies for Building Relationships, Creating Joy, and Embracing Prosperity made two New York Times Bestseller lists when it was published in January 2014 and impacted the lives of thousands of readers worldwide. Fox will discuss the second in the series, "People Tools for Business: 50 Strategies for Building Success, Creating Wealth, and Finding Happiness." View Guest page

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Talia Fuhrman



Talia Fuhrman, author of "LOVE YOUR BODY: Eat Smart, Get Healthy, Find Your Ideal Weight, and Feel Beautiful Inside & Out." The book contains the most up-to-date research on which foods are the most nutritious for our bodies and why. Each plant food has a unique composition of nutrients that help us in distinct ways! Her number one goal is to share with as many people as possible that taking care of our health can be FUN, that the science of nutrition is really not confusing at all and that we really can learn to love our UNIQUE bodies and their beautifully unique shapes. View Guest page

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Michael J. Gelb



Michael J. Gelb, internationally renowned author, speaker, and consultant who helps individuals and organizations worldwide find innovative solutions to their most important challenges. His newest book Creativity on Demand: How to Ignite and Sustain the Fire of Genius. Gelb teaches a series of simple and potent practices to clear blockages and open the flow of creative energy. He then reveals how these techniques can be integrated with the renowned creative mindset and creative process tools he's taught to individuals and organizations worldwide. View Guest page

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Katharine C. Giovanni

Katherine C. Giovanni is co-founder of Triangle Concierge and is an International Concierge Training. She is the author Going Above and Beyond: Reach the Pinnacle of Customer Service by Learning How to...Think and Act Like a Concierge. www.triangleconcierge.com View Guest page

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Charles Glassman

Tune in as Patricia interviews Dr. Charles Glassman about his new book Brain Drain. A few years ago a patient encouraged Dr. Glassman to motivate him with a weekly email message. He decided others might benefit from the same kind of motivation, and so began Dr Glassmanshis weekly message services. Dr. Glassmans book discloses the universal answers to life's tough questions, with an original and groundbreaking revelation that gives you the tools to stop your personal brain drain and help you find the things in life that are right for you. View Guest page

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Marcia Gloster

Marcia Gloster, author of "31 Days: A Memoir of Seduction", giving the reader a glimpse into Kokoschka’s famous, and infamous, school, and paints an intimate portrait of the artists with whom she shared the seductive Salzburg nights. Just two decades after WW II, she observes the tensions and mysteries of an era in flux. Above all, Gloster provides insights into the emotional workings of a young woman's mind and is eye-opening for men as well. View Guest page

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Laurie Graff

Laurie Graff, author of the bestselling chick-lit hit, You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs, actress and media consultant. She is a contributing writer to the new book by Henriette Mantel "No Kidding: Women Writers on Bypassing Parenthood." Graff and 35 female writer contributors tell their stories in "No Kidding" which they hope will spark conversation and perhaps consideration of a new holiday tradition, Non Moms Day. The book is a candid, often funny collection of perspectives, ranging from women who never had the urge to those who were ambivalent or who accepted or were relieved by infertility. The book lands at a time when an increasing number of women don't have kids by their mid-40s - nearly 20 percent in 2010, up from about 10 percent in the 1970s, according to the Pew Research Center. Child-free singles and couples around the country seek each other out on the Internet for meet-ups where they don't have to talk about offspring. View Guest page

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Gail Graham

Gail Graham, award-winning novelist, used her personal experience as a widow to inspire her latest novel, Sea Changes. After losing her husband and spending twenty years nursing her quadriplegic son after a traumatic accident, only to lose him as well, Gail has experienced loss first-hand. She will discuss how to cope, move on, and lead a fulfilling life after experiencing loss. View Guest page

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Dan Griffin

Dan Griffin, M.A., author of "A Man’s Way Through the Twelve Steps", the first trauma-informed book taking a holistic look at men’s experience of recovery from addictions. He is co-author of groundbreaking curriculum Helping Men Recover, the first trauma-informed curriculum to deal with men’s unique issues and needs. He has worked in the mental-health and addictions field for almost two decades. He served as the state drug court coordinator for the Minnesota Drug Court Initiative from 2002-2010 and served as the judicial branch’s expert on addiction and recovery. He has also worked in addictions research, case management, public advocacy and counseling. Dan was recipient of the first Hazelden fellowship to train as an addictions counselor in 1998. In 2010, Dan started Griffin Recovery Enterprises, Inc. for consultancy and training. Griffin has been in recovery since graduating college in 1994. He will discuss his book, A Man’s Way Through the Twelve Steps. View Guest page

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Roberta Grimes

Roberta Grimes, author of "The Fun of Dying: Find Out What Really Happens Next". Roberta Grimes is a business attorney, the author of two novels, and a mother and grandmother. After two “experiences of light” in childhood, Roberta was determined to understanding the afterlife. She spent decades studying nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent communications from those who have died. Much of the best afterlife evidence was developed before 1950, and it has been ignored ever since by mainstream science and mainstream religions. Grimes found that the more she studied the evidence, the more it felt like reading hundreds of accounts by a century's worth of travelers to Fiji. They had widely differing experiences, true, but clearly they were all describing the same complex and fascinating place. As a result of this disciplined research and her study of quantum physics and consciousness evidence, she can delineate with clarity what comes next. In doing so, she removes the elements of darkness and superstition that once permeated this topic and brings us a comprehensive understanding of death that is uplifting and even joyful. View Guest page

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Sandy Guarnotta

Psychic Readings by Sandy! Tune in when Patricia interviews Sandy Guarnotta a Planetary Visionary, Medium, Psychic, and Medical Intuitive as they discuss her lifetime journey pursuing spiritual development and psychology for over 30 years. She sheds insight and understanding on the problems facing us - psychological, emotional, medical and environmental - and give us new tools and ideals to deal with them. Sandy will deliver messages not only from loved ones who have crossed over but from other guides, angels, masters, light beings and healers on the other side. View Guest page

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Kevin Hall

Tune in when Patricia interviews Kevin Hall. a highly sought after business consultant, speaker, coach, and author on the subjects of leadership, sales, and goal achievement. His bestselling book Aspire: Discovering Your Purpose through the Power of Words is the highest rated book in personal development in three decades. Apple recently awarded Aspire with an iTunes 2010 Rewind Award as a “best of best book” in the Body, Mind, and Spirit category.He is credited with wordsmithing, and trademarking, the original slogan for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games—“Ignite the Fire Within.” He has been featured in SUCCESS Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Worth Magazine, Restaurant Business, The Leadership Network, and on The Food Network. View Guest page

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Charmaine Hammond

Join Patricia as she interviews Charmaine Hammond, author of the new book On Toby’s Terms! Through our journey with this dog and his unusual behavioural problems, and his volunteer work with a local hospital, the insights and learnings about teamwork, communication, attitudes, engagement and success have been incredible. More than two decades of experience working with teams and in high conflict organizations/situations, Chamaine is an expert in helping move beyond conflict through courageous dialogue. Owner of Hammond International Inc. she helps teams and individuals reach and exceed their potential through personal and professional development. View Guest page

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David Herzog

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews David Herzog, an award winning author, motivational speaker and health coach. He is the author of the new book, Natural To Super Natural Health. and will discuss his multi-pronged approach to looking and feeling better and how you can achieve optimal health while reversing the physical and mental effects of aging. He will discuss super natural, raw and organic health foods and simple steps. View Guest page

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Dr. Christine Horner

Dr. Christine Horner, board-certified surgeon and renowned preventative health expert and author of award-winning book, Waking the Warrior Goddess, the most comprehensive guide to all research-proven natural approaches to prevent and fight breast cancer. Dr. Horner is best known for her national crusade to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. She will discuss Neglected Breast Cancer Discoveries that Could Save Your Life. View Guest page

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Willie Horton

Tune in as Patricia interviews Willie Horton, creator of Gurdy.net, his Online Personal and Business Development Website, to bring what he does to anyone with a mind to better themselves. Willie’s Irish charm and wit masks a deep and encyclopaedic mind that can impart life-changing wisdom in the space of five minutes. View Guest page

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Hilary Illick

Join Patricia as she interviews Hilary Illick, Hoffman Process teacher and playwright. She is the owner of "LIFE MATTERS,” a life coaching business. Patricia will discuss strengthening bonds and how to communicate and love each other in beautiful new ways. View Guest page

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Raz Ingrasci

Tune in when Patricia interviews Raz Ingrasci, President and CEO of the Hoffman Institute, which offers the Hoffman Process. Raz will be joined by Hoffman teachers and graduates in a discussion about the Process, founded more than 40 years ago and attended by close to 80,000 people around the globe. The Hoffman Process brings into awareness the counterproductive beliefs, perceptions and emotional needs that have been adopted from parents and others who shaped our early life experiences. It provides the possibility and tools to finally let go of what is not working in our lives and to integrate all dimensions of our whole selves: intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual. This helps to establish the framework for being a more loving, mature, creative and balanced person. www.hoffmaninstitute.org View Guest page

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Bill Irwin

Bill Irwin, who with his Seeing Eye dog Orient, is the only blind person to have completed the 2,168 mile Appalachian Trail. Blind Courage is the account of Bill’s lifetime of overcoming the odds and his incredible journey is now in it’s eleventh printing, and has been a best seller. Bill continues to inspire millions of persons each year as a much sought after motivational speaker. www.billirwin.com View Guest page

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Michael Jaco

Tune in as Patricia interviews Michael Jaco as they discuss his new book "The Intuitive Warrior: Lessons from A Navy SEAL on Unleashing your Hidden Potential." Michael’s book teaches readers how employing the intuitive methods he perfected as a Navy SEAL can help anyone develop a richer, more fulfilled life. Michael served as a Navy SEAL for 24 years, and during this time he created training and courses such as the first ever hand to hand/combat fighting course for the SEAL teams, the first climbing course at a SEAL Team, and the most comprehensive Close Quarter Combat (CQC) pre-deployment workup course ran at a SEAL Team. He also holds various ribbons and medals of note, including 3 Navy Commendation Medals. View Guest page

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Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart

Tune in as Patricia interviews Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart who has been a practicing psychotherapist, meditation teacher, and international consultant for more than twenty-five years. In 2004, she founded MindRoads Meditation Center.Thérèse is a recognized subject matter expert in emotional intelligence, and the author of Paths are Made for Walking: Practical Steps to Attaining Serenity. She will discuss her newest book, Mindfulness and the 12 Steps, Living Recovery in the Present Moment, offers recovering people lessons from ancient and modern Buddhist teachers, and a guided approach to putting mindfulness practices into action. View Guest page

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Diane Bischoff James

Diane Bischoff James, a Midlife Reinventionist and author of THE REAL BRASS RING: Change Your Life Course Now. She details her struggles to reset the clock by utilizing her business acumen and modern metaphysical skills to battle depression, weight loss, divorce, midlife "cougar" dating, physical afflictions, the recession, an encore career and even the death of a loved one. Through a tenacious journey filled with trials and tears, she renovates her entire life and discovers the formula for living truly fulfilled. THE REAL BRASS RING is a story of a midlife reboot, a path of pragmatic enlightenment that illustrates a host of effective metaphysical tools to help turn life's struggles and heartaches into personal triumph. View Guest page

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Noah St. John

Tune in as Patricia interviews Noah St. John, Ph.D. the founder and CEO of SuccessClinic.com, an international success training company. People and organizations in over 50 countries use his breakthrough methods to get rid of their "head trash" and reach their goals faster, easier and with less stress. He is the author six books including his new #1 bestseller The Secret Code of Success: 7 Hidden Steps to More Wealth and Happiness. View Guest page

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Sharon Jones

Sharon M. Jones , motivational speaker and parenting educator who works with families dealing with abuse and emotional trauma. In her new book She Found it in the Clouds , she shares her story of being separated at birth from her mother, how she finds the truth about her family and her past, and how she grew from a timid girl who lacked self-esteem, to a wise yet humble woman with a forgiving heart and quiet strength. www.sharonmjones.net View Guest page

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Susan Smith Jones

Join Patricia as she interviews Susan Smith Jones author of The Joy Factor: 10 Sacred Practices for Radiant Health. A pioneer of the mind-body-spirit approach to health and wellness, she will discuss 10 simple practices to keep us looking and feeling healthy, vibrant, and youthful for life. Susan emphasizes not only the things we do for ourselves, but the things we do in community that make us feel most alive and at our peak. View Guest page

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Dr. Denee Jordan



Dr. Denee Jordan, PSY.D, a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist. Over her 26 years of practice she has worked with an extraordinarily varied population, including people diagnosed with Schizophrenia, addictions, eating disorders, anxiety and personality disorders. Her clients have included all walks of life; celebrities, the homeless, artists, and people of all ethnicities and socio economic backgrounds. Dr. Jordan is the founder of Already Well, a progressive approach to treatment that works on the premise that no matter your present circumstance, you are already well. Dr. Jordan also created and directed the Adolescent Treatment program at the STEPS Substance Abuse Treatment Center, a premier facility on the CA West Coast and one of the first in the nation. She has served as director of the STEPS Eating Disorder Recovery Program, the Project Recovery Program, the Phoenix of Santa Barbara Program for Schizophrenia, and the La Casa Mental Health Rehabilitation Center. Today she serves as Mental Health Services Director for the Exceptional Children’s Foundation, which is contracted with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. www.drdenee.com View Guest page

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Linda Joy

Living her soul’s purpose, Linda Joy, inspirational magazine publisher, speaker and conscious entrepreneur, is dedicated to inspiring women to live deeper, more authentic and inspired lives. She is a passionate advocate for leading, encouraging and inspiring women to rediscover and reconnect with their inner wisdom while providing them with the tips, tools and inspiration to do so. In her twenty year journey from single welfare mother to award-winning entrepreneur, Linda knows first-hand the power of passion, courage, faith and perseverance in overcoming obstacles to achieve your dreams. Her new anthology, titled A Juicy, Joyful Life: Inspiration from Women Who Have Found the Sweetness in Every Day will be released in September 2010. View Guest page

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Barbara Joye

Join Patricia as she interviews Barbara Joye, author of The Creating Formula: Achieving the Life You Deserve. Barbara assists people in discovering their limiting beliefs and shifting them to have the life they deserve. She is a former business executive who has now become a life coach, author, and radio show host. View Guest page

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Timothy Keiningham

Timothy Keiningham is one of the world's most highly acclaimed loyalty experts, an internationally renowned speaker, consultant, and author. He is the Senior Vice President, Head of Consulting and Global Chief Strategy Officer at Ipsos Loyalty, one of the world's largest market research firms. His most recent book, Why Loyalty Matters, provides compelling insight into how our loyalties, large and small, lay the foundation for our happiness, and determine the kind of world we live in. The book offers a comprehensive guide to understanding what loyalty is, what it isn't and how to unlock its power. View Guest page

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Barbara Kennedy

Tune in as Patricia interviews relationship coach, prominent speaker, and public health educator about her newest book Baby Boomer Men: Looking for Love. Baby Boomer Men is a dating and self-help guide written especially for mature men and shares 9 tips for finding love after 50. About 50 percent of married men will become single again before middle age and when these boomer men re-enter the dating scene, they discover that the techniques they used back in the 20th century are now obsolete and ineffective. View Guest page

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Jean Kilbourne

Professor of Education at Wheelock College in Boston, and Senior Scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women, Diane Levin and Jean Kilbourne have partnered to author So Sexy So Soon: The new Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can do to Protect Their Kids. They will provide parents with the information, skills and confidence that they need to discuss sensitive topics openly and effectively so their kids can just be kids. View Guest page

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Christine Kloser

Listen as Patricia interviews Christine Kloser, award-winning author of The Freedom Formula and creator of the Freedom Formula Experience. Christine will show you How to Put Soul in Your Business and Money in Your Bank! Even during periods of prosperity, the relevancy of spirituality to business success tends to be ignored. On the brink of bankruptcy, Kloser discovered if you ignore such a powerful and dynamic force, you may never achieve reach your full potential in business and your personal life. She was able to quickly turn her business ideas into reality and build a seven-figure enterprise in one of the worst economies since the Great Depression. View Guest page

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Debra Landwehr Engle

Debra Landwehr Engle, author of "The Only Little Prayer You Need". In this brief and inspiring book, based on Engle's study of A Course in Miracles, she explains how to use the prayer and experience immediate benefits. Debra Landwehr Engle is the originator and facilitator of Tending Your Inner Garden workshops and a longtime teacher of "A Course of Miracles", as well as a widely traveled inspirational speaker. View Guest page

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Cindy Laverty

Tune in as Patricia interviews Cindy Laverty, the author of Caregiving: Eldercare Made Clear & Simple, radio host, motivational speaker, professional caregiver and the founder of The Care Company, a Southern California-based caregiver consultancy that teaches individuals how to manage these systems to avoid getting lost or abused by them. Known as the "compassionate caregiver's best friend", Cindy knows how to navigate the complex caregiver and "baby boomer" landscape that includes hospitals, doctors, insurance forms, prescription drugs and much more. Cindy will advise caregivers how they can help their loved ones while avoiding burnout themselves. View Guest page

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Roberta Lee

Tune in as Patricia interviews Dr. Roberta Lee, M.D. is Vice Chair of the Department of Integrative Medicine, Director of Continuing Medical Education, and Co-Director of the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at Beth Israels Continuum Center for Health and Healing (CCHH) at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. As author of The SuperStress Solution, Dr. Lee shows how you can build stress resistance and guides you through a 4-week healing program to reset your rattled nervous system to a default state of rest rather than high alert. View Guest page

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Melanie Lenart

Want an alternative view of climate change? Turn in as Patricia interviews award-winning journalist and climate researcher, Melanie Lenart abiut her new book, LIFE IN THE HOTHOUSE: How a Living Planet Survives Climate Change. Lenart offers an alternative view of the issues at hand explaining in fascinating, user-friendly terms how the Earths natural systems help deal with climate change and what we can do to support that process. View Guest page

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Diane Levin

Professor of Education at Wheelock College in Boston, and Senior Scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women, Diane Levin and Jean Kilbourne have partnered to author So Sexy So Soon: The new Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can do to Protect Their Kids. They will provide parents with the information, skills and confidence that they need to discuss sensitive topics openly and effectively so their kids can just be kids. View Guest page

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Ellen Weber Libby

Listen as Patricia interviews Dr. Ellen Weber Libby, author of The Favorite Child and nationally recognized for promoting an understanding of family dynamics generated by favoritism. While favoritism in a family is inevitable, the harmful effects of singling out a favoriteand exempting him or her from consequencescan be avoided. Dr. Libby will discuss how all family members must feel safe to freely express their feelings about favoritism and how family health is promoted through healthy discussion and awareness to the potential destructive nature of favorite child dynamics. View Guest page

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Chunyi Lin

Tune in as Patricia interviews renowned Qigong Master Chunyi Lin, M.A., Q.M. who has been named international Qigong Master of the Year by the executive committee of the World Qigong Congress. He is the creator of Spring Forest Qigong, a revolutionary approach to the ancient Chinese practice of health and wellness known as Qigong. He will discuss how his Spring Forest Qigong has clinically proven to reduce mental depression and alleviate chronic physical pain. His vision is “a healer in every family and a world without pain.” View Guest page

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Bonnie Low-Kramen

Join Patricia as she interviews Bonnie Low-Kramen, author of Be the Ultimate Assistant: A celebrity assistant's secrets to working with any high-powered employer. Bonnie is the assistant to celebrity couple Olympia Dukakis (Academy Award, Moonstruck, Steel Magnolias) and Louis Zorich (Mad About You) since 1986. She is also a co-founder and former President of New York Celebrity Assistants (NYCA), a networking and support organization for New York-based celebrity assistants. Currently, she serves on NYCA’s Board of Directors. Ms. Low-Kramen is a passionate spokesperson on issues concerning celebrity assistants and enjoys setting the record straight. View Guest page

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Lisa Lynn

Celebrity Nutrition and Fitness Expert and creator of the Leaner Lifestyle Series. Celebrity nutrition and fitness expert, Lisa Lynn (who was Martha Stewart’s trainer for 13 years and is a regular on Dr. Oz) says if you can identify two or three really bad health habits and resolve to stop them, replacing them with a positive health habit, there is real power in that decision for a major life change. The combo resolution technique can be highly effective. View Guest page

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Scott Maloney



Scott Maloney, interactive storyteller and motivational speaker. Scott vividly tells his own personal story in a way only he can, he delivers a powerful message that is at times humorous and at times very serious. Scott shares the story of how a night in college turned into a life-threatening accident that changed his life. Empowered by his experience, Scott shares his motivational story empowering students, families and communities across the country. View Guest page

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Scott Mannis

Scott Mannis is a junior in college at Columbia University, majoring in astrophysics. Aside from his academic course load, Scott pursues independent theoretical research in cosmology. Additionally, he loves to sing! Scott joined the internationally award]winning, Young Peoplefs Chorus of New York City at the age of eleven, where he was a member for six years. During his involvement with the chorus, he performed regularly for the city of New York at annual concerts, benefits, and high]profile events such as the reopening of the Statue of Liberty, several times at Lincoln Center, and at Carnegie Hall. Many of the chorusf performances were for charitable causes. Scott began to perform as a soloist, after being inspired by hearing Frank Sinatra in the closing credits of a movie when he was fifteen. Scott Mannis SaturnV1@gmail.com 646-256-0745 Scott is a graduate of the Ethical Culture Fieldston High School in New York City. During high school, Scott created and wrote the schoolfs first science column entitled gScott on Scienceh where he interviewed and wrote about leading scientists involved in various scientific disciplines. Scott was selected as the graduation singer at his high school graduation ceremony in 2005, after performing as a jazz vocalist in a concert earlier that year. During high school, Scott was a member of the high school chorus. Outside of school he performed in many different venues at a variety of locations, including: a party for the Greek ambassador to the United Nations, at several weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, and birthday parties, at the annual benefit for the non]profit organization, The Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership, and at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. In addition, he has performed for the InnerResilience Program of the Tides Center on two separate occasions, and at The School at Columbia University at a Christmas party. Currently, Scott is a volunteer singer at the Hebrew Home for the Aged in New York City, and will be performing in June again for the Woodhull Institute, and at the Kimmel Center in May. He hopes to be able to use his voice to bring positive attention to the cause of epilepsy research. View Guest page

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Alicia Marie

Alicia Marie, Certified Business Coach: PCC, is the owner of Profit Consulting Co., Inc. a business education company. She has coached managers, business owners and sales people on how to build a business (and life) truly worth having. Alicia Marie is also the author of and a coach for Healthy Solutions TM, a 25-week phone program designed to create balanced, healthy lifestyles. She will discuss how she helps clients tackle the business challenges they face and maintain healthy lifestyles.www.profitconsultingco.com View Guest page

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Mark Matousek

Mark Matousek, bestselling author, teacher, and speaker whose work focuses on personal awakening and creative excellence through transformational writing and self-inquiry. He brings three decades of experience as a memoirist, editor, interviewer, survivor, activist, and spiritual seeker to his penetrating and thought provoking work with students. His workshops, classes, and mentoring have inspired thousands of people around the world to reach their artistic and personal goals. He will discuss his newest book, "When You’re Falling, Dive: Lessons in the Art of Living." View Guest page

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Dr. Elliott Maynard



Dr. Elliott Maynard, author of "Brave New Mind: Living in a Future-Science World." Dr. Maynard is a neo-renaissance scientist and conceptual designer who walks his talk, lives his dream and is driven to share this information with others of like mind. His background spans the fields of Global Ecology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rainforest Biology. Elliott Maynard believes his new master paradigm [Future Science Technology] is the quantum-field science for the future. He is convinced that integrating traditional, linear science with non-linear consciousness technology will yield new breakthrough solutions for the global problems we face as citizens of Planet Earth. Future Science Technology is a unique system which supports the development of a new and superior human mind - a master paradigm containing 25 keys to personal and planetary enlightenment. To this end, Dr. Maynard has invented an entirely new paradigm format, which - unlike linear paradigms of the past - is flexible, evolvable and timeless. He calls his living paradigms “enlightened pathways into the future.” He will discuss "Brave New Mind: Living in a Future-Science World." View Guest page

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Laurie McAnaugh

Laurie McAnaugh, owner of Access Your POWER is a dedicated coach and teacher, guiding people to view the challenging situations and relationships in their life from higher perspectives. View Guest page

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Gregg McBride

Gregg McBride is a full time writer, part-time supermodel. Gregg is also the author of the bestselling book, Just Stop Eating So Much!, which chronicles how he successfully lost over 250 pounds of excess weight. He writes on the same subject for his popular blog JustStopEatingSoMuch.com and he is also a featured blogger for The Huffington Post. He will discuss his book "Weightless: My Life as a Fat Man and How I Escaped." View Guest page

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Wanda McCallum



Wanda McCallum, specialized international speaker and trainer serving organizations throughout the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand. Having been in the counseling field for over a decade, Wanda is extremely excited and passionate about her new AWAKEN Center clients who are experiencing a level of transformation and growth that she observed only on rare occasions in her private practice as a psychotherapist. Today, Wanda spends most of her time building and growing the Higher Brain Living® Community in the Southeast, while continuing part-time as a speaker, trainer and licensed counselor. After experiencing her own radical life-changing transformation during training, Wanda opened up the first Higher Brain Living® AWAKEN Center in the Southeast. Her Atlanta-based Center grew so quickly that Wanda had to relocate facilitators from other parts of the country to help her with her over-abundance of clients. As a seasoned international speaker and salesperson for over 10 years, Wanda was also invited to join Higher Brain Living® as a National Presenter to help enroll others to become licensed and trained facilitators. As a licensed professional counselor in Georgia, Wanda has provided Continuing Education classes for Higher Brain Living® to other counseling professionals. View Guest page

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Gayl Murphy

Tune in as Patricia interviews Gayl Murphy, Media Expert, veteran Hollywood correspondent, speaker, media and presentational business coach and the author of the bestselling Interview Tactics! How to Survive the Media without Getting Clobbered! As a Hollywood Correspondent, Murphy specializes in interviewing the industrys biggest stars. She has worked with many of the top news outlets including; ABC News, BBC News and SKY News, to name a few. View Guest page

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Dr. Benjamin H. Natelson Natelson

Dr. Benjamin H. Natelson is one of the nation’s leading doctors and authorities on pain and fatigue. He is also the director of the Pain & Fatigue Study Center at Beth Israel Medical Center and the author of “Your Symptoms Are Real: What to Do When Your Doctor Says Nothing Is Wrong.” His book lays out what is known about causes and treatments of medically unexplained fatigue and pain. He will discuss his book; explain dietary, medicinal and gentle physical conditioning programs that can help relieve symptoms; and speak about cutting-edge research and promising treatments that are on the horizon. www.painandfatigue.com View Guest page

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Claire Nicogossian



Claire Nicogossian, licensed Clinical Psychologist. She is creator of Momswellbeing.com, a website for women on knowledge, skills and compassion for self-care in motherhood. View Guest page

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Greg Norman

Patricia welcomes Greg Norman, a former strength and conditioning coach for the University of Rhode Island, a professional personal fitness trainer, a powerful mentor, a radio talk show host and producer of over 1,000 radio programs. His coaching, teachings and radio shows help people discover their true potential and put that positive energy into uplifting themselves. Patricia welcomes Greg Norman, a former strength and conditioning coach for the University of Rhode Island, a professional personal fitness trainer, a powerful mentor, a radio talk show host and producer of over 1,000 radio programs. His coaching, teachings and radio shows help people discover their true potential and put that positive energy into uplifting themselves. universal7radio.com View Guest page

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Gail O’Grady

Gail O’Grady, lead actress and Jack Grossbart, executive producer, will discuss “Living Out Loud,” a Hallmark Channel Original Movie premiering Saturday, May 2 (9/8c). ). Three-time Emmy® nominee Gail O’Grady (“Desperate Housewives,” “American Dreams”) stars in the family drama about a shocking change in a woman’s life who inspires those around her to reconsider what’s really important to them and reminds us that it’s never too late to live a life without fear or regrets. www.hallmarkchannel.com View Guest page

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Robert L. Okin, MD

Robert L. Okin, MD, served as chief of psychiatry at San Francisco General Hospital and professor of clinical psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, for 17 years. He is also a former state commissioner of mental health for Vermont and Massachusetts. He is author of "SILENT VOICES: People with Mental Disorders on the Street." The book offers a glimpse of the dark pasts—marked by abuse, violation, tragedies, crime, drugs, and addiction—and everyday challenges of homeless men and women suffering from bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other serious mental disabilities. As part of his career devoted to the mentally disabled, Dr. Robert Okin decided to use a powerful artistic medium to advocate for these people. In "SILENT VOICES", Dr. Okin invites all of us to get to know the people society treats like pariahs, people who, beneath their symptoms and rags, struggle with feelings and needs similar to those of the rest of us. He shares the striking and evocative photographs and stories—most often, in their own words—of more than 40 mentally ill people he met on the streets of San Francisco. “I wrote this book,” Dr. Okin reflects, “to contribute to making these people known as human beings.” View Guest page

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Bob Olson

Bob Olson, author of "Answers about the Afterlife: A Private Investigator's 15-Year Research Unlocks the Mysteries of Life after Death". Bob Olson is a former skeptic, private investigator, and a nationally recognized expert on the afterlife. His new book, Answers about the Afterlife, presents thoughtful, serious, and practical answers to nearly 200 of the most commonly asked questions about death and dying, the afterlife, spirits, psychics, reincarnation, near-death experiences, deathbed visions, and much more. He is creator of BestPsychicMediums.com, BestPsychicDirector.com, and AfterLifeTV.com. He also has a course for mediums at PsychicMediumWorkshop.com. View Guest page

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Julie Orlov

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews A psychotherapist and leadership consultant, Julie Orlov has devoted more than twenty years to understanding how relationships develop and to helping people develop relationships that work. In her new book, THE PATHWAY TO LOVE, she presents a roadmap for successfully navigating relationships--and becoming a better person in the process. Making her insights come alive through gripping stories of struggling couples, she explains how loving relationships develop in four phases, each with its own issues, tasks, challenges, and surprising opportunities for self-discovery and personal growth. Write to julie@julieorlov.com to receive a handout on how to know if you have found "the one." View Guest page

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Janelle Orsi

Janelle Orsi and Emily Doskow are attorneys and co-authors of The Sharing Solution: How to Save Money, Simplify Your Life, and Build Community. They will discuss their book, The Sharing Solution, which is filled with creative ideas and practical legal suggestions to help create and maintain successful sharing arrangements. They will also discuss the “sharing renaissance”, sharing agreements, and offer answers to common questions about liability, money matters, and sharing logistics. www.sharingsolution.com View Guest page

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Tom Paladino

Tom Paladino, a Scalar Energy researcher. His research and work began during his undergraduate year and continued as he pursued a course of independent study in order to better understand and subsequently harness scalar energy. Scalar energy is also known as prana, chi, radiant energy, zero point energy, qi, orgone or eloptic, an energy that is outside the electromagnetic spectrum, and was deeply explored by the brilliant inventor, Nikola Tesla. Tom has mastered the use of this energy to accomplish distant healing, destroying pathogens and restoring health using quantum physics. He has been researching scalar energy for over twenty-five (25) years and have been able to perfect a treatment modality that readily disassembles pathogens, such as, viruses, protozoan, bacteria and fungi. View Guest page

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Germaine Parra

Germaine Parra, Feng Shui expert and author of SEARCHING FOR THE CARAVAN: A Reconciliation with Love, Science and Divinity, a searing account of Germaine Parra’s life in many Third World countries in the Mideast, including living in Pakistan during the first Gulf War, in Thailand during the tsunami and in Bangladesh on 9/11. Travels to these countries were fraught with hardships, illness and danger, but these experiences were catalysts for Germaine to examine her life critically, and through them realize the connection between science and God. From small town Dyersville, Iowa, where Field of Dreams was filmed to travels throughout the world, Germaine was searching for answers, which she ultimately discovered were within herself. View Guest page

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Susan Peabody

Susan Peabody, a writer and counselor. Her goal is to help people feel better about themselves and about life. Susan specializes in the treatment of love addiction, but she is also a life coach. She will discuss her newest book, "Recovery Workbook: For Love Addicts and Love Avoidants." View Guest page

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Angela Perkey

Tune in as Patricia interviews Angela Perkey, founder of Students Serve, a national nonprofit that awards service grants to college students. www.changetheworldchangeyourlife.com. Angela will discuss her new book Change the World, Change Your Life: Discover Your Life Purpose Through Service which shows young people how to get involved and effectively address the problems they care most about, from their own backyard to the world stage and she will share stories of individuals who have found ways to give, large and small. View Guest page

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Linda Pestana

Linda Pestana, author of Voices of the Heart which offers a roadmap to do the healing and inner work within so as to open the door to a life of purpose, hope and inner freedom. View Guest page

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Joe Petreycik, RN

Joe Petreycik, RN, author of "Pump It Up!", a comprehensive strength and endurance program for prevention, rehabilitation, and treatment of heart disease, It is a step-by-step program that will also be useful to anyone who wants to exercise for fitness and to reduce their heart attack risk. There is an informative chapter on diet and nutrition, reviewed by a nutritionist, as well as a chapter on basic heart anatomy. Real life stories of clients that the author has worked with add to the book’s usefulness and appeal to readers. View Guest page

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Marcelle Pick

Join Patricia as she interviews Marcelle Pick, RNC, MSN, OB/GYN NP co-founder of Women to Women in 1983 with a vision to change the way in which women's healthcare is delivered. She is the author of 'The Core Balance Diet'. She will discuss her new book 'Are You Tired and Wired?'. Marcelle has served as Medical Advisor to Healthy Living Magazine and appears regularly on television to discuss women’s health. A graduate of the Hoffman Process, she will discuss the benefits of the Hoffman Process and how the Hoffman Process helped her better serve her patients. View Guest page

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Leslie Pogue

Join Patricia when she interviews Leslie Pogue, author of 28 Days to Happy, a daily guide to walk readers through acknowledging and accepting the truth about what's really going on in your world; to forgive themselves and others for the wrongs you feel have been done to them; and ultimately to identify and celebrate the happiness that is always there no matter what comes our way. Leslie has been recognized for her lectures, workshops and her internet radio show on VoiceAmerica in 2008. View Guest page

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Richard Powell

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Dr. Richard Powell, author of Press the "Fix Me" Button: Improve Your Life Through Perception Modification. Richard Powell has definitely been there. And he has the track record to prove it: grew up in a dysfunctional, drug and alcohol-ridden home, sexually abused at age 12, lived on the streets of Seattle at 13, addicted to drugs and incarcerated by 16 and divorced twice by the time he turned 27. Now a naturopathic physician, life and wellness coach and pastoral counselor, Powell chronicles his journey in his new book, Press the “Fix Me” Button. Intertwined with his personal story, he offers step-by-step instructions to guide readers toward finding peace, positive thinking and empowerment to make life changes for good. View Guest page

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Tina Naughton Powers

Patricia welcomes Tina Naughton Powers, a former CBS news anchor, author, and medium-intuitive. She will teach listeners how to trust their inner guidance and “gut feelings” to seek answers to questions or concerns. She will also discuss her children’s book, THE LAND OF IMAGINATION, a story in which negative thoughts are turned into positive action. www.tpowers.com View Guest page

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Darlene Quinnn

Guest is Darlene Quinnn, author of Webs of Power and its sequel, Twisted Webs. Darlene has been a teacher, self-improvement coach, modeling instructor, consultant for department stores and hospitals, and senior executive for a department store chain. She decided to develop her childhood interest of storytelling, starting her writing hobby years ago and has become an award-winning novelist at the age of 73. Darlene will discuss how it’s never too late to reinvent yourself. View Guest page

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Bernard Rabinowicz

Join Patricia as she interviews Bernard Rabinowicz a naturopathic healer with extensive experience in both conventional medicine and natural healing for nearly 40 years. Focusing primarily on herbal and nutritional healing, Dr. Rabinowicz is certified in herbal/green medicine, hypnosis, naturopathic healing and as an intuitive counselor. He will discuss ONDAMED, which uses Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequencies or PEMF to stimulate the body into rejuvenating the cells and thus it heals the related illness, thus allowing a non-invasive approach to correcting the imbalances. View Guest page

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Bill Rawls, MD



Bill Rawls, MD, author of "Suffered Long Enough: A Physician’s Journey of Overcoming Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue & Lyme." Dr. Rawls is founder of Vital Plan, Physician Formulated Supplements. He is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and maintains a medical license in the state of North Carolina. He also has extensive training in what is defined as alternative medicine and has undergone certification training in holistic medicine. He will discuss "Suffered Long Enough." View Guest page

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Birute Regine

Tune in when Patricia interviews Birute Regine as they discuss her new book, Iron Butterflies: Women Transforming Themselves and the World. Birute is a developmental psychologist, a life and executive coach who earned her Masters and Doctorate of Education in Human Development at Harvard. She has a passion to invite and inspire women to step forward and be catalysts of social change. In her book, she tells the stories of a diverse group of women, whose accomplishments illustrate overarching themes so critical to women's lives and to our times. View Guest page

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Cheryl Rice

Cheryl Rice, executive coach and author of "Where Have I Been All My Life?: A Journey Toward Love and Wholeness." Plunged by the loss of her mother into tumultuous grief and bewilderment, she begins therapy -- only to find herself falling desperately in love with her therapist and her world crumbling into a series of crises. With searing honesty, Rice lays bare her journey, from unraveling and the shattering of long-held assumptions about love and longing to the discovery of what it means to be whole. Cheryl is a speaker, a leadership coach and founder of the consultancy Your Voice Your Vision, which offers seminar and coaching programs to help women become leaders in their own lives. Rice’s essays have appeared in Philadelphia Inquirer, Cure Today and Cactus Heart. View Guest page

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Jesse Richards

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Jesse Richards has always worked at the intersectionof culture, design, writing, and technology. For over a decade, he has examined thousands of sources to research the world's positive trends. Jesse is now the Director of Product for IAC company Proust.com, a place for families to share and preserve their life stories. Prior to Proust, Jesse worked as a Product Manager with Meetup.com, a site that helps millions of people self-organize into local community groups. He is the author of The Secret Peace: Exposing the Positive Trend of World Events, and an experienced public speaker on topics such as critical thinking, democracy, peace, and technology. View Guest page

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Temeko Richardson

Join Patricia as she interviews Temeko Richardson, creator of Run Life’s Course. An entrepreneur turned marathon runner Temeko Richardson, is on a mission to have millions become strong, both mentally and physically, with a love of their successes and a healthy embrace of disappointments. She is a survivor of the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001 as a result of she and her colleagues safely evacuating the 37th floor of 2 WTC. Run Life’s Course was designed as a result of Richardson’s insight that becoming a marathon runner was the way for her to access the experience needed to Run Life’s Course. View Guest page

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Debbie Robins

Get the peace and happiness you deserve! Tune in as Patricia interviews success coach, Huntington Post Personal Advice Columnist and best-selling author Debbie Robins about her new book, Shovel It! Kick-Ass Advice To Turn Lifes Crap Into The Peace And Happiness You Deserve. Debbie is masterful at turning life's perpetual challenges into opportunities and provides valuable, step-by-step strategies for gaining control when life is at its most challenging. View Guest page

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Saskia Roell

Saskia Roell, a transformational life coach, mother and author of the new bestseller, A SUITCASE FULL OF FAITH: How One Woman Found Her Dream Trusting the Compass of Her Soul. View Guest page

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Linda Rosenbaum

Linda Rosenbaum, author of My Husband Has ADD and the Miraculous Discovery that Changed Our Life View Guest page

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Nataly Rubinstein

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Nataly Rubinstein, a uthor of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias: The Caregiver’s Complete Survival Guide. Nataly is a licensed clinical social worker and a certified geriatric care manager specializing in Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, his or her behavior will change, seemingly without reason or explanation. She will explain common behaviors that baffle and frustrate caregiver- and share a wealth of practical advice on how to handle them. View Guest page

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Vincent Sachar

Vincent Sachar, author of Nowhere Out! In Nowhere Out (October 2014), Vincent J. Sachar draws readers into a complex, riveting plot of conspiracy and murder—sometimes for money and power, and sometimes for a noble cause. At its center are two strong men haunted by their past and struggling to forgive, especially themselves. Building on his first novel, The Nowhere Man, Sachar reunites Kent Taylor (a/k/a Ron Woodruff) and Bill Gladding, killer and detective, in a battle against a skillful, stealth assassin targeting the ruthless and powerful with ties to organized crime and political corruption. To further aggravate matters, Gladding uncovers evidence of a mole within his own trusted circle of agents. And Woodruff has a close encounter with the unexpected and unsettling: a woman. Genuine, funny, sensitive, and lovely, a widow and a survivor, Katie Dunham breaks through Taylor’s wall and fills him with a longing to get involved—at his own risk and hers. View Guest page

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Jesse Saperstein

Tune in as Patricia interviews Jesse Saperstein, author of Atypical: Life with Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters, afflicted with Asperger’s, and a popular speaker in the autism community. Jesse is committed to the cause of demystifying Asperger’s syndrome (AS) which is the mildest form of autism and characterized by repetitive routines or rituals, peculiarities in speech and language, and difficulties with empathy leading to socially inappropriate behavior. In addition to establishing himself as a new and tremendously entertaining presence on the literary scene, Saperstein has walked the entire Appalachian Trail to raise more than $19,000 for pediatric AIDS. View Guest page

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Sark

Join Patricia as she interviews SARK, a best-selling author and artist, with sixteen titles in print and well over two million books sold, including the national bestsellers Succulent Wild Woman, Bodacious Book of Succulence, Eat Mangoes Naked, Prosperity Pie, and Juicy Pens, Thirsty Paper. Her newest book is Glad No Matter What. She is also the founder and Creative Fountain of Planet SARK, a thriving business that creates innovative products and services to support empowered living. SARK lives and creates gladly in San Francisco, CA. View Guest page

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Tina Seelig

Tina Seelig is an author, a professor at Stanford University, winner of the 2009 Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, and the executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering dedicated to accelerating high-technology entrepreneurship education and creating scholarly research on technology-based firms. She will discuss her newest book, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20: A Crash Course on Making Your Place in the World, which focuses on challenging assumptions, breaking the "rules", leveraging limited resources, and creatively tapping into one's entrepreneurial spirit to make things happen. View Guest page

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Andrew J. Sherman

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Andrew J. Sherman, is a partner in the Washington D.C. office of Jones Day and top-rated Adjunct Professor in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at the University of Maryland and at Georgetown University Law School.Andrew Sherman works with some of the world's leading companies. He will discuss his newest book, Harvesting Intangible Assets: Uncover Hidden Revenue in Your Company's Intellectual Property, which was the subject for a cover story for Inc. Magazine. View Guest page

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Simran Singh

Simran brings to the forefront a unique interpretation blending co-creative power with metaphysics and personal responsibility. Impacting thousands upon thousands with her message, her passionate style takes individuals on a journey into personal power, authenticity and presence through writing, speaking, products and creative expression. View Guest page

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Bucky Sinister

Join Patricia as she interviews Bucky Sinister, author of 'Still Standing', which covers the rough part of sobriety/recovery: living it. 'Still Standing' explores the challenges facing those who have already gotten sober - often with the help of expensive programs. Sinister has published nine chapbooks, three full-length collections of poetry, and a full-length CD. He is also the author of 'Get Up'. View Guest page

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Michelle Skeen



Michelle Skeen, PsyD, author of "Love Me, Don’t Leave Me: Overcoming Fear of Abandonment and Building Lasting, Loving Relationships." In her clinical work, Dr. Skeen has provided brief and long-term therapy for individuals and couples utilizing schema, cognitive, behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies to address interpersonal issues, weight management, anger, depression, anxiety, disabilities and trauma.

Love Me, Don’t Leave Me is a self-help book that uses schema therapy and mindfulness based approaches to help the reader work through the painful emotions and negative thoughts that stem from past experiences while learning to recognize and change the behaviors that are harmful to relationships, with the ultimate goal of getting closer to the loving and lasting connections that everyone deserves. View Guest page

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Mari Anne Snow

Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Mari Anne Snow, CEO of Sophia Think Consulting. An innovator and highly energetic business problem solver, and seasoned business technologist, she will discuss the how select the right social media tools to meet your needs in both your personal and professional life. View Guest page

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Jaqueline Lapa Sussman

Join Patricia when she interviews author, psychotherapist and lecturer, Jaqueline Lapa Sussman. She is the Director for Special Projects for the International Imagery Association, and one of the foremost practitioners of Eidetic Image Psychology as developed by the leading theoretician in the field, Dr. Akhter Ahsen. She has delivered lectures and seminars worldwide. Jackie is the author of Images of Desire: Finding Your Natural Sensual Self In Today's Image Filled Society"and Freedom From Failure: How To Discover The Secret Images That Can Bring Success In Love, Parenthood, Career, And Physical Well-Being. She will discuss how to use eidetic images to deal with difficult people over the holidays. View Guest page

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White Swan



White Swan, Reiki Master, Magnified Healer and Integrated Energy Therapy Practitioner. She will discuss different spiritual healing modalities and how she helps her clients bring happiness, joy and hope into their lives. View Guest page

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Lisa Tener



Lisa Tener, an inspiring book writing and publishing coach, author and speaker. She was Awarded the “Mentor/Coach of the Year – 2014″ by the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Lisa is also a regular columnist for Aspire Magazine Online and her articles are often featured on the front cover with articles by luminaries including Cheryl Richardson, Colette Baron-Reid, Marci Shimoff and Marianne Williamson. As a book writing coach, Lisa Tener assists writers in all aspects of the writing process—from writing a book proposal and getting published to finding one’s creative voice, prioritizing projects, developing an author platform, setting clear goals and developing a system for creative success. Book Writing Coach Lisa Tener will show you how to write a book, create a compelling book proposal to get published—or self publish. She will discuss how her award winning book writing courses, editing services and expert advice can bring your book to life. www.lisatener.com View Guest page

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Katherine Woodward Thomas

Katherine Woodward Thomas, M.A., M.F.T a Los Angeles based licensed psychotherapist and author, who has been facilitating seminars for more than a decade. Her new book, Calling in The One: 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life, is based on her seven-week program using the law of attraction. View Guest page

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Abraham J. Twerski

Tune in when Patricia interviews Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, author of the new book Without A Job Who Am I? Rebuilding Your Self When Youve Lost Your Job, Home, or Life Savings. He will explain how people connect their self worth with their jobs and how to survive the emotional trauma caused when that job is gone. Dr. Twerski, an ordained rabbi and Founder and Medical Director Emeritus of the Gateway Rehabilitation Center, is not only an internationally recognized authority in the field of chemical dependency, but also a renowned lecturer and author of over 50 books. View Guest page

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James Twyman

James Twyman, New York Times bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker. If you're 50+ and fed up with violent, too intense, crude, blockbuster or youth-driven films that ignore your craving for uplifting, inspirational, real life or romantic movies that move you or fill your heart with love and joy, then come aboard! James Twyman is launching a movement under the banner of The Senior Cinema Circle to gather one million or more signatures to place on the desk of Hollywood's decision makers demanding movies that appeal to the Baby Boomer and esteemed elder set. View Guest page

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Clara Villarosa

In today’s troubled economy, more and more people are finding themselves out of work and not knowing where to turn. Twenty years ago, Clara Villarosa was one of those people. At 52 years old, after years of climbing the corporate ladder, the business maven found herself out a job. Desperate to make a living, Villarosa thought of the one thing she could do to dust herself off—she launched the groundbreaking The Hue-Man Experience, the largest African-American bookstore. In her new book, DOWN TO BUSINESS: The First 10 Steps for Entrepreneurship for Women she teaches others how they can become successful entrepreneurs by providing a 10-step blueprint for starting their own businesses. View Guest page

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Neale Donald Walsch



Neale Donald Walsch, author of nine books in the "Conversations with God" series, which have sold over ten million copies in 37 languages. He is one of the major authors in the new spirituality movement, having written 28 other books, with eight books on the New York Times bestseller's list. His life and work have helped to create and sustain a worldwide spiritual renaissance, and he travels globally to bring the uplifting message of the CwG books to people everywhere. His books center around Conversations with God and these books have changed the world for many people. He will discuss his new book, "God's Message to the World: You've Got Me All WRONG." View Guest page

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Linda Warren

Linda Warren, a healing intuitive with talents which far exceed easily seeing the past, present and future. As a true mystic, her gifts are many, and she heals with vibrational medicine by seeing and moving energy within the physical form to bring about self-healing in those she works on. Linda's extensive knowledge is utilized in healing people, places, and things of negative memories, as well as through sharing her gifts as a motivational speaker and workshop facilitator. She has studied healing modalities from around the world. View Guest page

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Michael Wayne

Low-Density Lifestyle program. Dr. Wayne believes the majority of people today are feeling weighed down in their body, mind and spirit due to poor diet, lack of exercise, stress, etc. They are caught in the trap Dr. Wayne has coined the High-Density Lifestyle, the cause of most of the physical illness, rigidity and denseness seen today. Dr. Wayne has developed a 12-step system that will get you on the road to a healthy, Low-Density Lifestyle. View Guest page

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Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse

When things are not going right and you are hurting or feeling overwhelmed, perhaps what you need is a heart-to-heart talk with someone to gain a new perspective and to shed a new light on your situation. Tune in as Patricia interviews Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse. Author of the book, Calling All WomenFrom Competition to Connection, Cruse has been having heart-to-heart talks with clients for more than thirty years. From money to living without regret, Cruse crystallizes her understanding and insights gleaned from countless sessions on women's biggest worries, struggles, triumphs, and insecurities. View Guest page

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Janae and Barry Weinhold

Tune in as Patricia interviews Drs. Janae and Barry Weinhold, Ph.D's, mental health practitioners and former faculty members at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. They willl discuss their newest and groundbreaking book, Healing Developmental Trauma: A Systemic Approach for Counseling Individuals, Couples and Families .This book is the product of twenty-five years of research about the impact of early trauma on human evolution, differentiates among shock, trauma and stress and identifies state-specific interventions for each as well as a comprehensive approach for healing them. View Guest page

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Deborah Jane Wells

What's love got to do with minimizing stress and getting unstuck? Everything, according to empowerment coach and inspirational speaker Deborah Jane Wells, author of Choose Your Energy: Change Your Life. During her 30 years as an organization transformation consultant, Deborah served as a senior partner in four of the world's most prestigious global firms. In 2005, she took a five-year sabbatical to find healing and peace because non-stop work had taken its toll. Her recovery from burnout, including a sustained 80-pound weight loss and freedom from 10 years of debilitating depression, led to finding her purpose guiding others on their journeys. Through healing and self-exploration, she discovered that loving yourself unconditionally is the key to transforming your personal life, work and world. Deborah’s books, blog, radio show and coaching programs help individuals and organizations harness the transformative power of love to step into their greatness. Learn more at djwlifecoach.com View Guest page

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Dr. Lynn Westphal

Dr. Lynn Westphal, The Associate Professor and Division Chief of the Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. Westphal is the co-author of a pioneering study on how couples can increase their fertility odds, which includes the use of FertilityBlend, a natural supplement with a surprisingly high success rate (as covered in Natural Health Magazine). View Guest page

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William Whitecloud

William Whitecloud, author of Australia's number one bestselling metaphysical book, The Magician's Way, is also an internationally acclaimed speaker and presenter who has been instrumental in changing thousands of lives across the world. View Guest page

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Christine M. Whitehead

Tune in as Patricia interviews author and divorce attorney, Christine M. Whitehead, about her book, Tell Me When It Hurts. Tell Me When It Hurts. This is the story of a mother whose daughter is killed and the harrowing job of picking up the pieces of shattered lives. It records the process of recvery from overwhelming grief and an exploration of how people heal and move on. Christine focuses her attention on the rage and despair the mother feels as she begins her quest for biblical, vigilante justice. View Guest page

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Terry Wildeman

Terry Wildeman, CEC, CPCC, Best Selling Author, Speaker, Certified Success Coach. Terry shares her wisdom with Messengers, Intuitive Leaders, and Conscious Professionals to awaken the possibilities in their personal lives, careers and businesses to create positive results and enhanced wealth and health. Terry’s career spans 30 years of entrepreneurship. Her experience includes owning a leadership and wellness center, a manufacturing company and a law enforcement career. As a career transition trainer and image consultant she trained over 11,000 military personnel. She will talk about becoming an Attractionpreneur. View Guest page

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Sharrie Williams

Join Patricia as she interviews Sharrie Williams, author ofThe Maybelline Story: And the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It. She is heir to the Maybelline legacy, Tom Lyle Williams's grandniece and Evelyn Boecher Williams's granddaughter. Growing up in their homes, and steward of the vast Maybelline archives, Williams tells the story of the birth of the Maybelline empire and about the fascinating family dynasty behind it. Williams tells an engrossing and captivating saga that spans four generations and reveals the humanity, the glamour, and the seedy underside of a family intoxicated by the quest for power, wealth, and physical perfection. It is a fascinating and inspiring tale of ambition, luck, greed, secrecy-and surprisingly, above all, love and forgiveness, a tale both epic and intimate, alive with the clash, the hustle, the music, and dance of American enterprise. View Guest page

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Justine Willis Toms

Justine Willis Toms, co-founder, managing producer, and host of New Dimensions Radio, the longest running Consciousness Media show in the country.The 40-year international broadcasting series continues today, addressing the cultural shifts and changing landscapes of our global society and exploring the emerging possibilities for personal and global transformation. Justine is the widow of Michael Toms, who passed on January 24, 2013 . Justine was one of thirty people in the world invited to participate in the Synthesis Dialogues with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Both she and Michael were inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2011. nCreated in 1973 as a tax-exempt, not-for-profit educational organization, the listener-supported New Dimensions has been “changing the world, one broadcast at a time.” View Guest page

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Bernd Wollschlaeger

Join Patricia as she interviews Bernd Wollschlaeger, M.D. FAAFP author of A German Life, born, raised, and educated in Germany, who emigrated to Israel, served in the Israel Defense Forces, and now lives in Miami. His story was told when his children started asking questions about their grandparents. He decided to break the wall of silence and tell them the truth about his beginnings. He needed to express what compelled him to dramatically change his life and finally to explore the relationship with his own father and how it was overshadowed by the Holocaust. This unresolved conflict led him to -Against all odds, change is possible. View Guest page

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Ron Worthy

Tune in as Patricia interviews Ron Worthy, VP of People Media, the #1 provider of targeted online dating for attractive singles seeking meaningful relationships. He will discuss Dating Trends in a Recession, Making the transition from dating online to offline, Online Dating/Relationship Tips, and more. View Guest page

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N.S. Xavier

If we all have a little voice inside us that tells us whether something is right or wrong, then why do so many of us make harmful decisions? Tune in as Patricia interviews N.S. Xavier, MD about his new book FULFILLMENT USING REAL CONSCIENCE. Endorsed by Deepak Chopra, Dr. Xavier's book shows how living by real conscience reduces much suffering and promotes psychological and spiritual fulfillment. View Guest page

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December 22, 2014
Hosted by Patricia Raskin

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Tune in when in the first half hour, Patricia interviews Michelle Skeen, PsyD, author of "Love Me, Don’t Leave Me: Overcoming Fear of Abandonment and Building Lasting, Loving Relationships."

In the second half hour, Patricia interviews Scott Maloney, interactive storyteller and motivational speaker, empowering students, families and communities across the country.

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Patricia Raskin's Positive Living

Monday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.

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Patricia Raskin

Patricia Raskin, president and founder of Raskin Resources, is an award winning media producer/host, media coach, speaker and author who interviews nationally acclaimed experts and authors in the areas of self-help, personal growth and inspiration. As a pioneer in the earliest days of cable television, Patricia created “Patricia Raskin Positive People” talk shows. Since then she has gone on to produce and host television talk shows and documentaries that have aired on Fox and PBS affiliates. She moved to radio in 1997 where her "Patricia Raskin Positive Living" show had an eleven year run on WTKF- 107.3FM in Eastern North Carolina. She recently expanded her audience and her programs are currently broadcast on NewsTalk 630 WPRO and WPRV AM790, the Citadel affiliates in Rhode Island. Patricia's weekly call-in "Patricia Raskin Positive Living" radio show on the VoiceAmerica™ Network is in it's eighth year. Patricia is the author of Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living and Success, Your Dream and You.

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