Did you know complaining actually impacts our brain function? Complaining also can make us feel physically bad and researchers say negative thinking breeds negative thinking. So, we are doing a Complaint Cleanse and we invite you to join us! See how long you can go without complaining. We promise once you put your complaints on a diet, you’ll feel so much better. In this episode, the ladies of The Wisdom Coalition (www.thewisdomcoa... Read more
How can you think that every day will be better than the next? Simple. Think like a dog!! We speak with Michelle Drager, owner of a sweet golden retriever named Bean who is sweeping the nation with his acting, presidential run and 73-thousand followers on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/neverbeanbetterwoowoo/. Bean is a virtual therapy dog, lifting people’s spirits with his charm and simple advice to live in the moment. Turns out... Read more
Comfort zones are nice and...well...comfortable! But sometimes, you have to take a risk and challenge yourself so you can become your very best self. Connie Challingsworth, owner of www.positivelifedecisions.com, tells us how she sucked in her fear and changed her whole life which was very comfortable at first, but proved to be the best move she could make. How can you be brave and change your life?
What do you bring to interactions with other people that might make you act in a certain way? It’s called the unconscious bias. Apparently about 80 to 90 percent of our mind works unconsciously. So how can you understand what your mind is telling you even if your heart isn’t saying the same thing? Learn how to find your metaphoric blindspot and how to make the most of your relationships from the ladies of https://www.thewisdomcoali... Read more
If you think you can never stop learning, never stop growing and never stop giving, your life is going to expand by leaps and bounds. Listen to the wisdom of Jane Wells Schooley, Founder of Northstar Team Development and Northstar Women Leaders https://northstarteamdevelopment.com/. She has had a distinguished career in business. And is a huge advocate for women, girls and children. With a vibrant life, she is also a grandmother t... Read more
Oh the times they are “a-changin’”! That’s for sure. One thing certain about life is that it’s always changing. The ladies of The Wisdom Coalition https://www.thewisdomcoalition.com/ explain why change can be scary but they also outline the best way to approach change of any kind with the right attitude for success! Listen in to find out how to ask the right questions, change your attitude and create the life you want!
How did the conversations go at the last family gathering? Could the grandparents talk to the kids? How about the last meeting at work? Did the millennials find a way to communicate effectively with the baby boomers? Intergenerational communication is a buzz word sweeping the nation and our guest Mona Del Sole https://www.monadelsole.com/ who is a coach, a speaker and an educator tells us all about it. Mona gives great tips to help... Read more
What can be a lifeline for young girls struggling with trying to figure out who they are in a world complicated by social media, bullying and low self-esteem? Tiana Clark, creator and executive producer of Soci Circle https://socicircle.com/ is working to reach young girls in a way they can understand. Soci Circle is a critically acclaimed award-winning web series and in-school educational program that features tween girls, 8 to 12... Read more
If you think of your life as a garden, what have you planted lately? How are you taking care of your garden and what are you allowing in that is preventing you from fully blooming? In her book, Full Bloom: Planting the Seeds For Your Future, Rebecca Lamperski challenges us to create the life we want with a few simple ideas. It all starts with a life dream, a dream that YOU can make real. We’ll tell you how.
How can you manage disappointments, rejection and setbacks with a positive attitude? That’s right, life’s challenges don’t HAVE to bring you down. Learn how to bring yourself back up with a few simple tactics and realizations. Dr. Jarrod Spencer, president and Founder of The Mind Of The Athlete, http://www.mindoftheathlete.com/ says if you don’t explore your emotions after a difficult situation, they will find the weakest part of y... Read more
It’s totally okay to not be okay! An important lesson from our guest Jason Harrar, who served for 13 years in the Marines. He now works for an organization called Tails Of Valor, https://www.tailsofvalor.org/ a beautiful non profit which basically takes puppies from animal shelters and trains them to help veterans with symptoms of PTSD and traumatic brain injury. Jason talks candidly about his struggles to get his life back after P... Read more
What is the secret to success you ask? It isn’t body shaming, putting yourself last and ignoring what you want and need! Our guest Amy Banocy https://amybanocy.com/, who just co-authored her first book, “The Success Formula”, with best selling author, Jack Canfield, learned these lessons the hard way and she’s determined to help other women understand and discover the self-love we all deserve. Amy says you have to use your GPS-Grat... Read more
Who or what are you grieving right now? Grief is such a constant in our lives. We feel sorrow for people we’ve lost, experiences we wanted to have or didn’t want to have. We grieve for our younger selves and for the babies our adult children once were. We grieve a job loss, a divorce, the loss of our health. In this podcast, you will learn how to process the feelings of loss that are such a big part of the fabric of our lives in a ... Read more
“Life is a terminal condition”, we say in our book, The Power Of A Pivot, How Changing Your Mindset Can Bring You More Joy In Every Aspect Of Your Life. This realization that our time is finite is most present for people who have stared death in the face. Our guest, Jill Kelly McComsey, a personal injury attorney who had a heart attack at age 36, didn’t know if she would live or die. Now, she thrives with a different attitude. Jill... Read more
Do you spend a lot of time worrying? Is it hard to stop worrying? Do you accomplish anything with your worries? The ladies of www.thewisdomcoalition.com explore the root cause of our worries and explain how we can each set an intention to make sure our ruminating thoughts don’t control our lives and our actions. How can you stop worrying so much? What are you worrying about? Why? We help you find the answers!
How can you ask questions in a way that will propel your life? What questions will change the way women are perceived by themselves and in the world? Join us for a look at an exciting new book called Thriving Women Thriving World. An Invitation To Dialogue, Healing And Inspired Actions. Caroline Adams Miller, https://www.carolinemiller.com/ one of the nine authors of the book, details how this book can change your life, your relati... Read more
How much do you rely on alcohol to relax you, help you celebrate, stimulate you? More women today are drinking more alcohol. Why and what can we do to focus more on ourselves? Join us for a discussion with Meg Lewis, http://www.meglewiscoaching.com/ who is a certified recovery coach working with professional women with mild to moderate alcohol use disorders. Meg says “life has really become just an accessory to drinking.” She talk... Read more
Do you believe in Astrology? What is it anyway? What’s a birth chart, and what can it tell you about your character? Astrologer, Melissa Stratton https://www.heavenlymessagesbymelissa.com/, tells us a birth chart is like a mission statement for your life and can tell you who you were meant to be. She says it’s a cosmic fingerprint that’s different for everyone. Join us for a fascinating discussion.
What are you holding on to? What are you allowing yourself to be stuck in? How can you shed the weight of things that trouble you but hold you hostage at the same time. The ladies of The Wisdom Coalition https://www.thewisdomcoalition.com/ examine this complicated concept of what we hold on to and why, and how that can work against us. Learn how to fully bloom without barriers and obstacles pushing you down.
In her memoir, The Unspoken Truth, author Lisa Zarcone www.lisazarcone.net, gives a raw account of a childhood marred with the agony of abuse. But today, as a mother and grandmother, she tells her story to tell the ending-the part where she picked herself up from the point of suicide and decided to become who she was meant to be. Her wisdom is wrapped around the concept that we can be more than our experiences and we can thrive des... Read more