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Overcoming the Fear of Being Fabulous
Redefine what Success means to you so you can Succeed Every Day and watch your life take the path you’ve always known was right for you
Many of us want more in life. We want to be more, but somehow we are constantly frustrated, anxious and even depressed because we can’t seem to get what we know we want. Judith and Jim will tell you that it has nothing to do with the outside world. In fact, it has everything to do with your lack of internal permission and it’s that lack of permission that is creating all that hold-back. So, how do you change it? How do you uncover what is holding you back or stopping you from moving in the direction you want to go?
Husband-and-wife psychology team Judith Sherven, Ph.D. and Jim Sniechowski, Ph.D. have discovered the core issue that holds people back from the success they desire. They are sought after executive coaches with clients in, for example, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, New York, London, Los Angeles, New Delhi, Singapore, Dublin, Paris, Queensland Australia, and elsewhere. And as guest experts, they have appeared on over 2700 television and radio shows including Oprah, The View, Canada AM, 48 Hours, MSNBC, and CNN. Listen to them on WTBQ with me on June 18th and July 16th and 23rd in a series about their program, The Fear of Being Fabulous.
Listen to Judith and Jim talk about their program, The Fear of Being Fabulous. This program is brilliant and will change your life. When you overcome your fear of being fabulous, you will open up the possibilities in your life that have not been available nor allowed by you in your life.
Go to the page on this website dedicated to The Fear of Being Fabulous to learn more and order the program. You will be so glad you did. You will change your life in ways that you will be forever thanking yourself for. To learn more go to
Dying. Something we are all going to do eventually, but something none of us want to talk about right now. Understandable – but according to my guest, Susan Abel Lieberman, Ph.D. it is smarter and possibly more reassuring to talk about it when you are alive and healthy. Lieberman is the author of eight books all about the stages in life we go through. So why not write about the final stage – death.
Listen to what she has to say, because it may be time for you to think about the choices you will someday have to make and set them up as good choices now.
To learn more about Lieberman and her books, including Death, Dying and Dessert to go http://susanlieberman.com/
THE HUMANITY OF JUSTICE: LIGHTING EVEN THE DARKEST PATH OF JUSTICE
Burke Strunsky is a highly respected Senior Deputy District Attorney who knows the good and the bad of our justice system. Strunsky, who was awarded Prosecutor of the Year in 2008 and 2011, recognizes that many Americans have lost faith in our justice system and while he is not a “Pollyanna prosecutor” he wants his fellow citizens to know that despite the horrific acts of crime he sees on a daily basis, which he shares with readers, that there is still justice and humanity in our system.
His book, which gives all its proceeds to The Humanity of Justice Foundation, is an eye opener to our system and also a reminder that all is not lost. He shows us that there is still humanity left and that the bad guys do get caught. There is justice. Listen to what he has to say about our system, about guns, criminals, child abuse and other factors that make our society more dangerous.
For more information go to http://hojf.org/ or pick up a copy at your favorite bookstore, and listen Tuesday at 11:30 so you can see how our system makes good choices ~
Christopher Kennedy Lawford grew up in the famous Kennedy family (his mom was Patricia Kennedy and his father actor Peter Lawford) and he knows the good life as well as what addiction looks and feels like first hand. He battled life-threatening drug and alcohol addictions for most of his early life. He is now in recovery for over 26 years and works to raise awareness of addiction. His insight and advice is honest and so very helpful. He has been there and knows what it takes to recover and build an extremely productive life.
He is a remarkable person and he shares what he has learned in his new book, Recover to Live: Kick Any Habit, Manage Any Addiction (Benbella Books). He interviewed the world’s top experts and shares what he learned about addiction and recovery in this book. There are helpful self assessment quizzes and tools for living a wonderful life.
Listen to Christopher Kennedy Lawford, who was recently named Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, talk to me about addiction and how it can effect your life and your family’s life. This is an excellent book and one that anyone who has ever faced addiction in their family needs.
For more information and to get a copy of the book go to, www/http://christopherkennedylawford.com/recovertolive/
So you can continue to learn to Make Good Choices ~
2012 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
This powerful novel, winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature by Mo Yan, one of contemporary China’s most famous and prolific writers, is both a stirring love story and an unsparing critique of political corruption during the final years of the Qing Dynasty, China’s last imperial epoch.
Sandalwood Death is set during the Boxer Rebellion (1898–1901)—an anti-imperialist struggle waged by North China’s farmers and craftsmen in opposition to Western influence.This powerful novel by Mo Yan—one of contemporary China’s most famous and prolific writers—is both a stirring love story and an unsparing critique of political corruption during the final years of the Qing Dynasty, China’s last imperial epoch.
Mo Yan (literally, “don’t speak”) is the pen name of Guan Moye. Born in 1955 in Gaomi, Shandong province, he is the author of ten novels and more than seventy short stories. Mo Yan is the winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature and the 2009 Newman Prize for Chinese Literature.
Listen to Howard Goldblatt who is the award-winning translator of Sandalwood Death and of numerous works of contemporary Chinese literature, including six other novels by Mo Yan talk about this book and the bit of controversy surrounding it Tuesday at 11:30 on WTBQ ~
To get a copy of this amazing book go to Amazon.com or to the publisher at http://www.oupress.com/ECommerce/Book/Detail/1752/sandalwood%20death
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