Eat to Live?...or Live to Eat Live?
May 5, 2015
Hosted by Suzanne Z. Pedro
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Put down that cookie! Don’t take a bite of that banana! Before you eat, do you think about from where your food comes? Food itself is empowering as it gives us the energy to live. Unfortunately, what we choose to eat can sometimes hurt ourselves and others. Did the meat come from a farm where animals are abused or not treated well?; Is the palm oil you use to cook made from ingredients that are depleting natural resources?; or was the chocolate bar the result of child labor or unfair working conditions? Join me this week as we talk to lauren Ornelas, the founder and Executive Director of the Food Empowerment Project (FEP). FEP seeks to create a more just and sustainable world by recognizing the power of our food choices and by encouraging choices that reflect a more compassionate society. What we choose to eat can empower our own health, but it can also empower the lives of others. So, whether you “eat to live” or “live to eat,” this week’s episode will make you hungry for more!
From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis
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People in leadership positions deny that emotions play any role in their decision making. A Caveat is that leading neuroscientists concur that 95 percent of all thoughts, emotions and learning occurs before an individual is even aware. From the Boardroom to the Bedroom masters an arsenal of neuro-behavioral skills on how to appeal to others’ subconscious motivations. Tired of mediocrity? Break free! Arm yourself with influence, power, and persuasion, faster and successfully in all facets of your life. The data speaks for itself. So don’t be delusional. If you want to get ahead of the competition regardless if it’s in the office, boardroom, or bedroom, discover that the natural attraction to a colleague or mate is propelled by unconscious emotions that happens at a deeper unconscious level. From the Boardroom to the Bedroom unleashes your synergistic energy to influence others with your ultimate power and persuasion for business success and personal finesse.
Suzanne Z. Pedro
Suzanne Zazulak Pedro, CPC, founder and CEO of The Protocol Praxis, LLC, a quoted media expert, and co-author of Executive Etiquette Power, Incredible Business, and The Power of Civility, has crafted her academia and professional certifications in executive coaching and corporate etiquette into a cutting-edge technique to successfully mastering ultimate power, persuasion, and influence for business and personal success regardless if it is in the boardroom or bedroom. Suzanne holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice and Behavioral Analysis and is well versed in neuropsychological behavioral applications. She is a certified hypnotherapist trained in discerning micro-expressions, physiognomy, and Mien Xiang, the ancient art of face reading. These techniques are a few that offer an insider’s edge in developing a wide range of skills that delves deep into one’s sub-conscious to illuminate their own power, persuasion, and influence. Additionally, Suzanne incorporates social and cultural morés to deliver panache to the diversified, global lifestyles. She was awarded Executive of the Year 2010 and 2011 representing lifestyle and business coaching by Cambridge Who’s Who among Entrepreneurs. Her professional membership includes International Association for Coaches, International Society of Protocol and Etiquette, and National Writers Union. She currently holds position of Chief Officer of Protocol for her town.