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January 07th 2014:Never Too Young or Too Old Embracing New Beginnings Inside and Out

How do we use age as an excuse? Have we said things like: I’m too young to quit drinking? Too old to start a new career? Too young to settle down? Too old to change? Really? And do we think we’re too young or too old to learn music, start exercising or get therapy? As we begin a new year, let’s take stock of what needs changing inside and out. Do we need to end something that’s hurtful but familiar? Should we start something challenging but nurturing? Let’s talk to co-host James Maynard, who soon turns 70. Hear him describe the changes he’s embracing every day. And let’s talk to Ann Brennan,

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Ann Brennan

Ann has worked with youth and families for over 20 years and is passionate about supporting people to reach their potential. She holds a master’s degree in Cross Cultural Teaching and is credentialed to teach both primary and secondary levels. Currently she teaches 7th and 8th grade Language Arts and English Language Development in Fallbrook, CA, and serves as Director of Family Services and President of the Board of Directors of The Stream, her spiritual community where she has studied with Beth Green. Through both her inner work and community experience, she has overcome life-long habits of fear and resistance to the learning process and has been able to translate her own learning into ski
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James Maynard

James is a born ham who aspired to be a big cheese. A creative guy who played jazz trumpet professionally with Big Band groups and who loves to sing and compose music, he got sidetracked into the legal field in order to live the life he thought he should. In the early 70s, he broke loose and got involved in the New Age movement, studying the esoteric and living at the groundbreaking New Age community, Findhorn, in Scotland. Returning to the US 3 years later, he also became deeply involved in the field of hypnotherapy, not only as a practitioner, but as a teacher and founder of the Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Institute. He underplayed those aspects of him again by returning to the practice o
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