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Joel Appel

After selling his family business, Orange Glo International, Joel Appel started LaunchPad, a company that brings new innovations to market. So far, they’ve introduced Fullbar, a line of diet foods and Brainetics, math and memory games that received a Parents’ Choice Gold Award. As Joel focuses on new ventures, he’s mindful that traditional, big-company thinking doesn’t always apply to small businesses. “I learned that you have to evolve your advertising strategy, build on what works, be mindful of new technologies and never get complacent.” View Guest page

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Anat Baniel

Anat Baniel is one of the world's leading authorities in finding ways to access the brain to overcome pain and limitation, increase vitality and help children with special needs make the impossible possible. It was through her success in working with children that she discovered the nine essentials the brain requires in order to transform pain and limitation into vitality, wellbeing and skill. She has been called a “miracle worker” for her ability to bring new life and vitality to literally thousands of people. Anat insists what she teaches people to do is scientific, based on deceptively simple applications that virtually anyone can learn. In the past 25 years, Anat has trained over 1000 practitioners that bring the knowledge and practice to people all over the world. She has a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Tel Aviv University. Her approach to vital, creative, and energetic life is based upon providing the brain with what it requires for us to grow, evolve and thrive. Guest Book Info: “KIDS BEYOND LIMITS: The Anat Baniel Method to awaken the brain and transform the life of your child with special needs. Breakthrough results with Autism, Asperger’s, brain damage, ADHD, undiagnosed developmental delays and more” View Guest page

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Ken Blanchard

Few people have influenced the day-to-day management of people and companies more than Ken Blanchard. Ken is one of the most influential leadership experts in the world and is respected for his years of groundbreaking work in the fields of leadership and management. Dr. Ken Blanchard is the cofounder and Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies®, an international management training and consulting firm that he and his wife, Margie Blanchard, began in 1979 in San Diego, California. Starting with his phenomenal best-selling book, The One Minute Manager®, Ken’s impact as a writer has been far reaching. With more than 20 million books sold in 27 countries, he was named as one of Amazon’s bestselling authors of all time. In addition to being a renowned author, speaker and consultant, Ken teaches in the Master of Science in Executive Leadership Program at the University of San Diego, and the College of Business at Grand Canyon University bears his name. The National Speakers Association awarded him its highest honor, the “Council of Peers Award of Excellence,” and he received the Golden Gavel Award from Toastmasters International. View Guest page

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David Bork

David Bork is a pioneer in the field of family-business consulting. Since 1970, he has assisted over 400 families on six continents with his proprietary model created specifically for counseling family members in business together. David works with his clients to understand and identify behaviors and habits within the family that are unhealthy and destructive; and to replace them with constructive and cooperative relationships for a healthier, more productive business. “At times I think I’ve seen it all”, says Bork. “Just when that happens, along comes something I’ve never seen. My work is so interesting, I plan to keep doing it as long as I can move my lips!” View Guest page

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Joan Borysenko

This distinguished pioneer in integrative medicine is a world-renowned expert in the mind/body connection. Her work has been foundational in an international health-care revolution that recognizes the role of meaning, and the spiritual dimensions of life, as an integral part of health and healing. Dr. Borysenko is eloquent and inspiring in a multitude of settings. Her brilliance, humor, and authenticity—in combination with the latest research—make her a compelling and inspiring speaker and writer. Dr. Borysenko co-founded a Mind/Body clinic, became a licensed psychologist, and was appointed instructor in medicine at the Harvard Medical School. Author or co-author of 13 other books and numerous audio and video programs, including the Public Television special Inner Peace for Busy People, she is the Founding Partner of Mind/Body Health Sciences, and the Director of The Claritas Institute Interspiritual Mentor Training Program. Her latest book, “Fried,” is a book for anyone trying to find balance in this busy day and age. View Guest page

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Devi Cavitt

Devi Cavitt: Devi is the Vice President and Faculty Director of the Hoffman Institute Foundation. Devi brings rich experience to her teaching and coaching. She has a passion for life, love, humor, a distinctly spiritual orientation, and experience in relationships. One of the great joys of her life is mid-wifing men and women through deep transformational work. Having spent 10 years in spiritual community, Devi particularly loves assisting students in connecting deeply to their own personal spirituality. View Guest page

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Beth Nielsen Chapman

From writing hits for other artists to recording her own, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Nashville based singer-songwriter, has truly embraced musical diversity. A breast cancer survivor, environmental activist, teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, Beth’s passion, is still ‘the song’. Through the amazing journey of her life, her songs always find her delving back into the roots of her heart mining for treasure deep in the trenches of love and life. Beth’s songs have inspired, brought comfort and lifted the spirits of others coming through loss and life’s twists and turns. She has penned numerous hits and written songs for many top artists including Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John and many more. Beth’s music can be heard on many television shows and movie soundtracks. Beth was Nashville NAMMY'S 1999 Songwriter of the Year. Her new project, “The Mighty Sky” with astronomer Rocky Alvey, is a collaboration of songs for kids of all ages about astronomy. View Guest page

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Sonia Choquette

Sonia Choquette is a world-renowned author, speaker, vibrational healer and six sensory spiritual teacher in international demand for her guidance, wisdom and capacity to heal the soul. She is most recognized for her ability to instantly change vibration, lift depression and connect others to their intuition. She helps people understand their souls’ plan and purpose and leads them to a successful, meaningful and peaceful life. View Guest page

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Ken Druck

Dr. Ken Druck has earned countless accolades as an author, speaker, organizational consultant and coach, facilitator, educator and community leader. Having worked with top leaders in business and government, Ken helped pioneer the field of executive coaching. He has taught innovative workshops and inspired audiences around the world, including The Young Presidents Organization and Million-Dollar Roundtable. The tragic death of his oldest daughter, Jenna, on a study abroad trip in India in 1996, inspired Ken to put his career aside and found the Jenna Druck Center. To honor his daughter, the Center created Families Helping Families (helping families who had lost a child) and Spirit of Leadership (a Jenna creation for teen girls), into highly-acclaimed, award-winning programs. Today, the Center has directly helped over 7,500 bereaved families and trained over 15,000 young women. Ken’s newest book “The Real Rules of Life: Balancing Life’s Terms with Your Own.” View Guest page

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Rich Dutra-St. John

Rich Dutra-St. John: A gifted facilitator and counselor, Rich has been working with youth and families as a licensed family therapist and drug intervention specialist. With a shared vision that every child could someday live in a world where they feel safe, loved and celebrated, Rich and his wife Yvonne combined their collective passion and experience to co-found the Challenge Day Program in 1987. Rich, Yvonne and their talented team of leaders have positively affected the lives of millions of youth and adults both in person and through the media. The award-winning Program has been highlighted on several documentaries, the Oprah Winfrey Show and has been led around the world. Rich is also the co-author of the life-changing book Be the Hero You’ve Been Waiting For. View Guest page

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Stewart Emery

Stewart Emery brings a lifetime of experience as an entrepreneur, executive coach and leader, and is considered one of the fathers of the Human Potential Movement. He has led thousands of employees and hundreds of managers around the world through Vision - Values - Strategy - Leadership initiatives based on the research from the international best sellers "Built to Last" "Good to Great" and "Success Built to Last.”
 This body of work is developed from the most comprehensive research project ever undertaken into what makes a great company great, how good companies become great companies and the traits of enduringly successful leaders who build great companies. Author of three other best selling books, Stewart Emery has led workshops, seminars and delivered keynotes all over the world. 
His latest bestselling book is Do You Matter? – How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company. View Guest page

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David Fishof

"Creativity is the key. You must not only be able to come up with ideas, but you must be able to execute them in order to succeed." -- David Fishof Having brought the world some of the most original, successful and exciting live shows in music over the past 25 years, David has earned a reputation as one of the most creative and innovative entertainment producers in the world. With years of experience producing rock tours throughout the world, David got the idea for the one-of-a-kind Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp. Since 1997, David has been able to realize his goal of giving music fans the opportunity to see their rock dreams become reality by learning from some of the most influential artists in the industry. In the sports world, David has represented both NFL and baseball legends. David is the author of Putting It On The Line (William Morrow), the best selling book on sports and entertainment. View Guest page

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Arielle Ford

Arielle Ford has spent the past 25 years living and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. She is the author of the international bestseller, THE SOULMATE SECRET: Manifest The Love of Your Life With The Law of Attraction. Known as “The Cupid of Consciousness” and “The Fairy Godmother of Love,” today she will talk with us about her new book, Wabi Sabi Love: The Ancient Art of Finding Perfect Love In Imperfect Relationships which offers a groundbreaking shift in perception showing couples how have a deeper, more loving, and more fulfilling relationship. She lives in La Jolla, CA with her husband/soulmate, Brian Hilliard and their feline friends. View Guest page

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Joe Gauld

Joe Gauld is the founder of the Hyde Organization, a network of public and private schools recognized as the forerunner in character education. His success in motivating teenagers toward pursuing individual excellence in learning through an integrated character development curriculum that includes parental involvement have earned him the reputation as one of the foremost authorities in delivering effective character-building programs in schools across the country. Today, he serves as a consultant to schools and business organizations, while also continuing to mentor parents and families. He founded the Hyde Foundation in 1989, whose mission is to deliver the Hyde Schools character concept to interested schools and communities nationwide. Joe was a key figure in founding two private boarding schools in New England and three award-winning, inner-city public schools in Bronx, New York, Washington DC, and New Haven, Connecticut. View Guest page

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Joanne Goubourn

Joanne Goubourn is the Executive Director and Head of School at the Hyde Leadership Charter School, Bronx, NY. An award-winning educator and accomplished presenter, Joanne and her schools have been featured in the Washington Post and Good Morning America, as well as other publications and television shows. Joanne believes that offering inner-city children the benefit of a challenging and inspiring learning environment should serve as a national model for all public schools. View Guest page

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John Gray

John Gray helps men and women understand, respect and appreciate their differences in both personal and professional relationships. His approach combines specific communication techniques with healthy, nutritional choices that create the brain and body chemistry for lasting health, happiness and romance. His many books, videos, workshops and seminars provide practical insights to effectively manage stress and improve relationships at all stages of life and love. John’s books have sold over 50 million copies in 50 different languages. His groundbreaking book, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, was the best-selling book of the 1990s. John’s latest book, Venus On Fire Mars On Ice, combines his 30 years as a relationship therapist with new health research to explain the connection between your hormones and relationships. He has appeared on Oprah, Dr. Oz and many other TV shows. View Guest page

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Linda Hartka-Reiss

Linda Hartka-Reiss. "Teaching the Process has restored my faith in humanity and helped me truly love human beings; I hąve found that everyone is looking for the same things love, belonging, self-forgiveness, acceptance and happiness.˛ Along with Hoffman teaching and coaching, Linda is a facilitator for spiritual retreats for women and works with both Youth-At-Risk and Hyde School programs. Before becoming a Process Teacher, Linda was a transpersonal psychologist and therapist in private practice. View Guest page

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Jason-Aeric Huenecke

Jason-Aeric Huenecke accompanies people on their healing journeys toward their Inner Light. Tapping into this light unwinds the Field that surrounds each of us, leading to a greater sense of love and belonging. The Field is the subtle energy or the Vital Force that is available to everyone for healing; it surrounds, penetrates, and informs every fiber of our being and all things. Jason-Aeric teaches and consults on love, wisdom, and homeopathic philosophy. He maintains a thriving practice in Classical Homeopathy & Astrological Spiritual Guidance. He is the coordinator for homeopathic research at the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a leader in homeopathic research in North America. He writes numerous articles on homeopathic medicine and philosophy. He is firmly rooted in the studies of Anthropology, Astrology and Mythology, Classical Homeopathy, Dance, Pyschosynthesis, and Yoga. View Guest page

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Rick Ingrasci, M.D., M.P.H

Rick Ingrasci, M.D., M.P.H., is the Director of the Whidbey GeoDome Project, a nonprofit educational organization utilizing immersive learning environments (i.e. multimedia domes) to expanding worldviews, transforming the way we learn, through the power of visual storytelling. He is a social entrepreneur with a background in psychiatry, community development, and multimedia education. Rick is the co-author of the bestselling book "Chop Wood, Carry Water: A Guide to Spiritual Fulfillment in Everyday Life". In addition to these many accolades, Rick is the co-founder of Interface, Boston's largest holistic education center, of the American Holistic Medical Association and co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility. View Guest page

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Crystal Jenkins

Crystal Jenkins, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Hoffman Process Teacher, specializes in wellness and behavioral counseling, with an emphasis on anxiety and depression, relationship concerns and life transitions. Crystal’s passion is helping others see their purpose and potential in life. When it comes to healing the mind and body, Crystal says, “You really can’t look at one area alone; both live in the same house and it’s imperative that they get along!” View Guest page

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Stephen Josephs

Stephen Josephs has been actively studying mind-body disciplines for 45 years (yoga, aikido, tai chi, qigong, meditation) as well as psychology and transformational methods and applied all he’s learned to leadership development – for people to make better decisions, stay clear in the midst of conflict, and recruit optimal states for performance in any situation. He has been interested in 3 broad topics: 1) What accounts for superior performance? 2) What principles are at work when we easily learn and change? 3) How do we become wise? His aim is to have people claim vitality and get more out of life at work, and have it bring out the best in us, develop us, and at the end of a career look back knowing we made the world a better place and became wiser in the process. View Guest page

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John Kortum

John Kortum is an author and the developer of The Kortum Technique. He consults, speaks, and teaches worldwide on sensory integration and intuitive development. His reproducible applications of cognitive techniques in healthcare have been independently evaluated with 93% accuracy. He has been featured in A&E Biography Channel’s series, The UneXplained. He has conducted live demonstrations of his medical perception on camera and before audiences in media and conference settings with sustained levels of accuracy. By adapting his perception to medical language he substantiates a procedure for practitioners to develop sensory integration. He also teaches health care providers how to apply cognitive techniques in their patient practice. John’s facilitation skills have been written about in The Washington Post. As a residential trainer at the world-renowned Monroe Institute since 1998, where he leads 6-day residential programs that explore human consciousness through an audio-based technology model. View Guest page

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Jon Leland

Jon Leland has been a marketing communications expert for over 40 years. He is the founding director of creative services at USA Network, a keynote speaker and an award-winning video writer/producer/director whose clients include AT&T, Xerox, HBO, Pacific Bell and Oracle. Among other venues, his video work has been featured at Disney World’s Epcot Center and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Most recently, Jon is the author of the new book, "Internet Marketing: 8 Key Concepts Every Business MUST Know." He is president & creative director of the strategic online communications and website design agency, ComBridges.com, and the Founder and Dean of NewMarU.com, New Marketing University, an online education website dedicated to “spanning the Grand Canyon Gap between people and technology. Guest Book Description: "Internet Marketing: 8 Key Concepts Every Business MUST Know" (See at the end of the show rundown) View Guest page

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Elizabeth Lindsey

Dr. Elizabeth Lindsey is the first Polynesian Explorer and female Fellow in the history of the National Geographic Society and an internationally recognized expert in the emergent field of cultural intelligence — a dynamic, holistic system of knowledge and wisdom based on indigenous science. Her keen insights and first-hand accounts from around the world have made her keynote addresses an inspiring call to action. In 2010, Elizabeth received the Visionary Award from the United Nations for her contributions in intercultural engagement and understanding. Dr. Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey credits her lifelong commitment to the native Hawaiian elders who raised her. A former Miss Hawai’i, Elizabeth was named “Woman of the Year” for The Big Island of Hawai’i in 2004. Elizabeth is also an award-winning filmmaker whose documentary, Then There Were None, chronicles the near extinction of native Hawaiians and has received numerous awards including the prestigious CINE Eagle. View Guest page

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Carista Luminare

Carista Luminare, Ph.D., is co-founder of Luminary Leadership Institute, and the author of the groundbreaking book, Parenting Begins Before Conception. She counsels individuals and couples who want to explore how their early childhood bonding styles profoundly impact their adult intimacy dynamics, and how to heal their past to co-create secure and passionate love. The neuroscience on attachment offers practical keys to crack the code on vicious communication cycles between partners. Carista teaches a comprehensive methodology for leading an integrated life, The True Self Way. With her partner, Lion Goodman, Carista teaches Confused About Love? The Art and Science of Creating a Secure & Passionate Relationship as a teleseminar series at www.confusedaboutlove.com. View Guest page

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Seana McGee

Couples and singles of the 21st Century are ready to take their love lives to the next level — and that means learning the critical skill of partner-picking and keeping chemistry alive. The NewCouple™ model, based on the revolutionary Ten New Laws of Love,™ helps everyone accomplish this quickly and with a minimum of heartache. Whether you're a partner caught in a hot or cold war — or between partners and perhaps "scared single" — NewCouple programs will empower you to create the successful relationship you deserve. The NewCouple model was conceived by relationship educators Seana McGee and Maurice Taylor. Speakers, seminar leaders, authors, and licensed marriage and family therapists, this husband-and-wife team have worked internationally for 20 years with couples and singles from more than 50 world cultures — and they're still mad about each other! View Guest page

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Andy Milberg

“I came to the Hoffman Process with my skepticism in the lead. How was this going to be different from all the other work I had done? As I threw myself into the activities of the Process day by day, I felt things shifting. Even without knowing exactly how my life was going to be different, I knew it would be. I left on the final Friday filled with deep peace, understanding and love for myself, my parents, and others in my life that I looked forward to expressing. That weekend my son was born.” View Guest page

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Betsy Myers

Betsy Myers is currently speaking and leading workshops around the world on the changing nature of leadership and as well as on tour with her new book, Take the Lead: Motivate, Inspire, and Bring Out the Best in Yourself and Everyone Around You. Betsy is a Founding Director of the Center for Women & Business at Bentley University, a repository of best practices for corporate America to recruit and retain women leaders. Betsy has served as Chief Operating Officer and senior adviser to Barack Obama’s Presidential Campaign. She was the President's senior adviser on women's issues in the Clinton Administration. As Deputy Assistant to President Clinton, she launched and was the first Director of the White House Office for Women’s Initiatives and Outreach. Betsy served as the Associate Deputy Administrator for Entrepreneurial Development in the U.S. Small Business Administration and was the Director of the Office of Women’s Business Ownership at the SBA. View Guest page

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Linda Newlin

Linda's life mission is to help people heal so they can live passionate, peaceful and purposeful lives. For more than 12 years, she has worked with people who are courageously choosing authenticity and reclaiming WHO THEY TRULY ARE. As a certified coach, Hoffman Teacher, public speaker, consultant and now singer-songwriter, Linda has traveled her own unique journey toward healing and finding gifts that were left behind in childhood. She has just written and produced her first CD, which is a provocative musical journey and a one woman show called Love Your Self: The musical journey home. The companion book will be published later this year. Listeners have been inspired to end the suffering in their lives and learn to love themselves. The music is from all genres and the lyrics are quite provocative. One of her songs, called “It's Not Okay," is a music video on YouTube that has sparked an I WILL NOT BE SILENT campaign at CALM4Kids.org in Santa Barbara, CA. View Guest page

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Marcelle Pick

Marcelle Pick, co-founded Women to Women with a vision to change the way in which women's healthcare is delivered. In her practice, she undertakes an integrative approach not only treating illness, but also helping women make choices in their lives to prevent disease. Marcelle earned a BS in Nursing, a BA in Psychology and her MS in Nursing from Boston College-Harvard Medical School. She is certified as an OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner as well as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and is also a member of several nursing associations. She serves on the Advisory Board for the Integrated Healthcare Symposium as well as Hoffman Institute. Marcelle has served as Medical Advisor to Healthy Living Magazine, writes a bi-monthly newsletter for WomenToWomen.com and lectures on a variety of topics. She hosts a weekly radio show, Core Balance for Women’s Health on hayhouseradio.com. Marcelle also has two books published, “The Core Balance Diet” and “Are You Tired and Wired?” View Guest page

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Dr. Bruce H. Price

Dr. Bruce H. Price graduated from Harvard University cum laude, attended the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, then completed an affiliated internal medicine residency program, serving as its chief resident. He next trained in general neurology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, and returned to Boston where he completed fellowship training in cognitive and behavioral neurology at Beth Israel Hospital; he served there as a staff member for ten years. In 1994, Bruce was appointed Chief of the Department of Neurology at McLean Hospital. He is an Associate in Neurology at Mass General Hospital and Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Price specializes in neuropsychiatry and cognitive and behavioral neurology that involve the interface between neurology, psychiatry, neurosurgery, neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. View Guest page

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Michelle Robin

Dr. Michelle Robin, Founder of Your Wellness Connection, Doctor of Chiropractic, author and community activist, has a vision to enhance wellness in people’s lives by empowering them to connect to themselves and get back to basic wellness practices. Michelle actively seeks ways to share her message through local and national speaking engagements, collaborating with other wellness practitioners and working with corporations, assisting with the development of wellness programs to keep employees well and thriving. View Guest page

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Ed Romanoff

Ed Romanoff is an award-winning singer-songwriter of “Americana” music. Ed Romanoff’s 2012 self-titled debut is a gritty masterwork of melancholic and atmospheric Americana. The album evokes the solo work of Mark Knopfler, the swampy mysticism of New Orleans, and the kind of redemption you find at the end of an introspective night with a good bottle of whiskey. “There is something compelling about why I’m doing this now,” Ed says thoughtfully. “There is truth in a good song, and when you pursue it, and write about something real, you find out something real and true about yourself. And the more you do it, the more it helps you heal, and it heals others in a similar way. It’s a crazy circle but it works.” View Guest page

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Dick Simon

Dick Simon is co-Founder and Chair of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) Peace Action Network (PAN), engaging business leaders throughout the world to make a difference in areas of conflict and need. A successful entrepreneur, real estate developer, active social enterprise philanthropist and committed organic gardener, Dick is a passionate photographer and travels extensively documenting the environments, cultures and people he experiences. View Guest page

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Susan Stiffelman

Susan Stiffelman is an internationally respected parent educator, therapist, author and parenting expert. She is the Huffington Post’s “Advice Mama” and author of “Parenting without Power Struggles.” Susan is known for her down to earth, parent-friendly advice on raising cooperative, connected and capable children. In addition to being a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, an Educational Therapist, Parent Educator and Professional Speaker, Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology from Johnston College/University of Redlands, a California K-9 Teaching Credential, a Masters of Arts degree from Antioch University in Clinical Psychology and a California Marriage and Family Therapist license since 1991. View Guest page

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Mark Susnow

Mark Susnow has lived a unique and interesting life involving multiple transitions. As a former trial attorney for 30 years, he was covered by the New York Times, Rolling Stone Magazine, Boston Globe and the San Francisco Chronicle. In 2000 inspired by the new millennium, Mark left his law career behind is now a cutting edge thought leader. He is passionate about life being an exciting journey of discovery. His enthusiastic and inspiring keynotes on change, leadership and connection thoroughly convey this message to his audiences. He is the author of Dancing on the River: Navigating Life’s Changes and Discovering the Leader Within. He is also a contributing author along with Zig Ziglar and Brian Tracy in the book 101 Great Ways to Improve your Life. In addition to his work in the business world, Mark is an accomplished musician who has played saxophone, clarinet and flute in clubs throughout the Bay Area and Hawaii. View Guest page

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Maurice Taylor

Couples and singles of the 21st Century are ready to take their love lives to the next level — and that means learning the critical skill of partner-picking and keeping chemistry alive. The NewCouple™ model, based on the revolutionary Ten New Laws of Love,™ helps everyone accomplish this quickly and with a minimum of heartache. Whether you're a partner caught in a hot or cold war — or between partners and perhaps "scared single" — NewCouple programs will empower you to create the successful relationship you deserve. The NewCouple model was conceived by relationship educators Seana McGee and Maurice Taylor. Speakers, seminar leaders, authors, and licensed marriage and family therapists, this husband-and-wife team have worked internationally for 20 years with couples and singles from more than 50 world cultures — and they're still mad about each other! View Guest page

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Lynne Twist

Lynne Twist is a global visionary, consultant, speaker and author of The Soul of Money and has dedicated her life to global initiatives that create a sustainable future for all. As co-founder of The Pachamama Alliance; www.pachamama.org, she works with indigenous people of the Amazon and strives to educate and inspire people everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world. Lynne is the founder and president of the Soul of Money Institute; www.soulofmoney.org, whose mission is to educate, inspire and empower people and organizations to align their financial resources with what they value most. She has raised hundreds of millions of dollars to create solutions for humanity's most pressing issues and has counseled people in socially responsible giving and strategic philanthropy. Lynne is a co-creator of the global media campaign, FOURYEARS.GO; www.fouryearsgo.org, and is the winner of many awards, including the "Woman of Distinction" award from the United Nations. View Guest page

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Sirah Vettese, Ph.D.

Sirah Vettese, Ph.D. is a leading-edge consultant, life coach, counselor and teacher supporting others in fulfilling their destiny. She’s trained and counseled musicians, executives, scientists, celebrities, world leaders, and those on a spiritual path since 1982. She’s recognized in print media like People, Cosmopolitan and Ladies Home Journal; has appeared on CNN, MTV, talk shows, radio and lectured around the globe. Her latest book, “Spiritual Makeover: 10 Practices for Falling in Love With Your Life”, is available in print and audio formats .She wrote “What Happened to the Prince I Married: Spiritual Healing for a Wounded Relationship”; co-authored “Lifemates: The Love Fitness Program for a Lasting Relationship” and over 42 audio programs on a variety of topics leading to positive change. She is a partner in Whole Life Connect and a co-founder of Enchante, the International multi-media company devoted to the development of emotional intelligence in children. View Guest page

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Brenda Wade

Meet America’s Love Doctor, Dr. Brenda Wade, the Founder of The International Love, Money & Seva Summit. You’ve seen her on Oprah, The Today Show, CNN, Good Morning America, and in Essence Magazine. Dr. Brenda Wade is an award-winning holistic psychologist, television host, author, keynote speaker, retreat and seminar leader, as well as media producer. Whether on TV or radio or at live events, Dr. Brenda always lights up the room with her unique, dynamic, love-centered approach. She’s also authored three world-famous books including Power Choices: 7 Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Joy, Love and Peace; Love Lessons; and What Mama Couldn’t Tell Us About Love. View Guest page

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Jim Warner

Author of “The Drama-Free Office,” Jim Warner joins us on The Hoffman Connection this week. Jim Warner is an entrepreneur, author and transitions expert who will help you discover how to live your best, drama-free life. If you are committed to sustaining authentic relationships at work, home and with yourself, you won’t want to miss this show. Guest Bio Information: Jim Warner is an entrepreneur, author and transitions expert. After selling his international software company and a three-year “midlife sabbatical,” he formed OnCourse International as the platform for guiding both businesses in transition and individuals seeking personal transformation. Jim’s Business Transition work is a blend of CEO coaching, executive team development and succession planning. The overarching goal in all engagements is productive, efficient, drama-free interactions among managers and leaders at all levels of the organization. Jim’s Personal Transformation work with individuals, couples and families help committed clients find a deeper sense of life meaning, to forge and sustain authentic relationships and to live out their innate essence. Jim is an alumnus of the University of Michigan and Harvard Business School (OPM program). He is a member of World Presidents’ Organization and was a member of YPO from 1987-1994. View Guest page

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Shannon White

Shannon White is an award-winning speaker, Emmy-nominated television news reporter, and has been a Presbyterian clergywoman for over 20 years. She has served 3 congregations in Scarsdale, NY and Greenwich, CT, and as interim executive director of an interfaith organization. Ms. White is the author of 2 books: How Was School Today? Fine, which she wrote with her “tween” daughter, and her latest, The Invisible Conversations with Your Aging Parents. She plans to write more under her new trademark, The Invisible Conversations. She has spoken as keynoter, and retreat leader on the topic to a variety of groups, including employees at Microsoft headquarters. She has a BS in Business Admin. from Auburn University and a M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary. Shannon lives in the suburbs of New York City with her daughter. For more information please visit www.shannonawhite.com. Her books are also available on Amazon.com and all eBook outlets. View Guest page

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Hoffman: Inside Out

January 15, 2013
Hosted by Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune

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In this special edition of "The Hoffman Connection," Hoffman Process Teachers come together to discuss everything Hoffman from the inside out. From how they became teachers, to what the Process means to them, to stories of healing and overcoming life’s greatest challenges, Devi Cavitt, Andy Milberg and Ed McClune come together for a heart-warming show that you won’t want to miss

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Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune share tools, inspiration and knowledge to help you connect more fully with your authentic self. Live a life of passion, self-love and purpose, and discover powerful ways to remove blocks from your life. “The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to your connection with yourself and others, and support you in living the life you love.

Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune have been both students of, and leaders in, personal development for the majority of their careers. They each bring a unique and compassionate perspective, as well as insight and experience in helping people who want to change. The goal of both of these fine leaders, along with their team of international personal development experts, is to help people around the world become more free, open, loving and spontaneous.

“The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to what matters to you most.

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Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune

Raz Ingrasci is the President and CEO of the Hoffman Institute, known for presenting The Hoffman Process (www.hoffmaninstitute.org). This amazing program is now offered in eleven countries.

For the past 22 years, Raz has worked alongside his colleagues to evolve the Hoffman method to its current, most effective form. Independent research by the University of California recently published in a peer-review journal showed that the Hoffman Process consistently produces more positive, lasting change in participants than anything else that has appeared in the research literature worldwide.

Ed McClune is the Supervising Process Teacher at the Hoffman Institute. As a Hoffman teacher, Ed has a desire to bring the healing of the Process to individuals who are making an impact in their communities. “When leaders are able to bring the growth and values from the Process into our institutions, everyone involved, employees, colleagues, customers and their families all benefit.”

In addition to being a Process Teacher, Ed has an MA in Psychology and is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in California. Ed also has over 25 years of radio personality experience.


Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune share tools, inspiration and knowledge to help you connect more fully with your authentic self. Live a life of passion, self-love and purpose, and discover powerful ways to remove blocks from your life. “The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to your connection with yourself and others, and support you in living the life you love.

Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune have been both students of, and leaders in, personal development for the majority of their careers. They each bring a unique and compassionate perspective, as well as insight and experience in helping people who want to change. The goal of both of these fine leaders, along with their team of international personal development experts, is to help people around the world become more free, open, loving and spontaneous.

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