An Episode You Won't Forget

May 26, 2015
Hosted by Suzanne Z. Pedro

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Our memories can be very powerful. A certain scent or song can bring us back to a precise moment in our lives. Do you ever relish in your good memories? Or, do you sometimes wish you could erase bad memories? What if you simply could not forget anything? My guest, Frank Healy, has a “Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory” and, quite literally, remembers every day of his life including the day of the week, the weather, news, and personal events. So, Mr. Healy had to learn how to cope with and release his emotions from the bad and traumatic memories. He now uses his personal knowledge and experiences to train and help others to cope with their bad memories. Sometimes, empowerment comes from letting go. Listen in this week to learn how to heal your own bad memories. Live on air, Frank will even conduct for listeners one of the exercises from his book “Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life.” So, REMEMBER to listen in this week—this is an episode you won’t forget!

From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

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.

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Suzanne Z. Pedro

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.

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Alexandra Juhasz

Dr. Alexandra Juhasz is Professor of Media Studies at Pitzer College. She has a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from NYU and has taught courses on YouTube, media archives, activist media, documentary, and feminist film. She is the author of "AIDS TV: Identity, Community and Alternative Video," "Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Film and Video," "F is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing," and "Learning from YouTube." Dr. Juhasz is also the producer of educational videotapes on feminist issues from AIDS to teen pregnancy. She directed the documentaries "SCALE: Measuring Might in the Media Age," "Video Remains," "Dear Gabe," and "Women of Vision: 18 Histories in Feminist Film and Video." She is the producer of the feature films "The Watermelon Woman" (1997) and "The Owls" (2010). Her current work is on and about feminist Internet culture including YouTube (www.aljean.wordpress.com) and feminist pedagogy and community (www.feministonlinespaces.com). http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~ajuhasz/index.php View Guest page

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Lou Agosta, Ph.D.



Lou Agosta, Ph.D., specializes in a gracious and generous listening based on empathy. As an educator, he teaches empathy in the history and systems of psychology program at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University and he is a psychotherapist in private practice in Chicago. He has earned training certificates in ending Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse Intervention Training from Apna Ghar (Our Home) and the Center for Advancing Domestic Peace. A PhD graduate in philosophy from the University of Chicago, Lou has published two books on empathy, Empathy in Context and A Short History of Empathy from Palgrave. Lou’s A Rumor of Empathy: Resistance, Narrative, and Recovery is forthcoming from Routlege. Lou consults, speaks to groups, performs dynamically oriented psychotherapy, makes educational videos, and delivers empathy training seminars for individuals and organizations. Lou’s web site is www.ListeningWithEmpathy.com or write him at LAgosta@uchicago.edu. View Guest page

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Leyla Giray Alyanak


Leyla Giray Alyanak is a “nomad” who has traveled to over 75 countries, is creator of the website Women on the Road, and is the author of “Women on the Road: the Essential Guide for Baby Boomer Travel.” She was born in France and grew up in Canada, Spain and the Middle East. She took her 1st solo trip (without her parents' permission) from Spain to Morocco when she was 15. She became a journalist and foreign correspondent and moved from Madrid to Montreal to Geneva to Bangkok. She now lives in rural Eastern France. Several years ago, she took a long-term job to cross Africa as a foreign correspondent for Earth Times. She had planned to travel 6 months but was gone over 3 years in Africa (12 countries), Asia (9 countries), Cuba, and the Baltic States. She has written about development, HIV/AIDS, poverty, war, and women's rights and has been working for an international development agency. Her website encourages and inspires other to travel independently, strongly, proudly and safely. View Guest page

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