Archive for October 2015
The journey of parenting can be overwhelming and most of us were very surprised how big a learning curve it became once our cute little darlings arrived.
There's so much we can be unprepared about and it sure helps to have some expert advice. Susan Stiffelman has been writing and teaching about the intricacies to become better parents no matter what age our children are.
Her recent book, "Parenting with Presence" is packed with wonderful strategies and advice from someone who really understands the difficulties. Be sure to tune in and gain some valuable insights for better parenting.
I found May McCarthy's book "The Path to Wealth" full of useful tools to tune in and reinforce our journey to success. We have to find the right vibes and stay tuned in to our purposes in ways that make us so much more conscious of the serendipity going on in our lives.
It's really helpful to stay awake create a world that represents our goals.
Tune in so you don't miss this opportunity to get into a better groove in your life.
This is an opportunity to see how my intuition can be of help to you. I'll spend a few minutes with each person and you'll be amazed at how much I can tell you about your situation in that short time.
I can answer questions about a lot of different things from family issues to health to work issues as so much of the information doesn't come from my own brain but rather from a higher consciousness.
Many of you have been students or clients in the past so you already know how I work. It's a half hour show and I'd love to hear from you.
So many of us believe what we're told when often, science is just making things up. Recently, The Lancet, one of the foremost medical journals admitted that about half of published research is false.
We know human beings can be very smart but how many are truly wise? If we didn't have so many blindspots, maybe we'd have a healthier planet.
Christian de Quincey wrote "Blindspots, 21 Good Reasons to Think Before You Talk" to look at many misconceptions about life. His previous books include "Radical Nature" and "Radical Knowing" and is a Professor of Philosophy and Consciousness Studies.
Bullying in the workplace can be a disaster for companies. It's kind of a survival of the fittest without realizing the damage that that type of competition can create. Andrew Faas has written "The Bully's Trap" to show how difficult this problem is and what steps need to be taken for change.
Michael Bloomberg fought against bullying laws and argued that it would drive business away from New York. Many CEOs agree with him.
Listen to this important show to learn what can be done to improve the workplace and save many people from having their working lives and reputations ruined by abuse.