When Paul Frazer told me what he was planning to do, I knew he had to be a guest on Your Life, Unlimited radio. Paul and his wife took a 8 month leave of absence from their ‘real life’ and spent 8 months on a self-guided sailing adventure in the … Continue reading Your Legendary Adventure
Do you know what your innate abilities are? If not, may I suggest it would be in your best interests to find out. Enter Brian Jaudon, founder of www.thegiftstream.org, whose passion it is to help people discover their gifts. We had a conversation about the benefits (to you and the … Continue reading Your Innate Abilities
Arghh, it’s December, how can that be It’s time for the turkey, the dressing, the tree? The Hanukah candles are already lit Jake will be climbing on Santa to sit The pages flew off this year’s calendar it seems Now visions of lineups and big bills fill my dreams In … Continue reading A Holiday Tribute – Stressed about the Season? Take a Minute and Read This
Seriously, chew and breath? That’s just one tip from author Deanna Hansen, founder of Fluid Isometrics. Deanna is passionate about her mission to improve the health of every body – one cell at a time. She has a 90 day program that could turn out to be a game-changer for … Continue reading Make Your Cells Happy – Chew and breath at the same time?
A Facebook friend noted that I did not post anything about the tragic and senseless massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut . He new I was not a big newspaper reader and wondered if this atrocity had slipped by me. To answer – no it did not. Although … Continue reading Making Sense of the Senseless
Lots of people care about other people, but educator Wendy Erlanger goes a step further – she does something about it. After spending 24 years in California, circumstances demanded that she head back to Winnipeg. While she wasn’t terribly excited at the prospect of coming back to winter, she took … Continue reading A ‘Soup-er’ Idea – What Idea is Brewing in your Head?
A big thanks to author and medical doctor Alex Lickerman for sharing his insights with us. His book, The Undefeated Mind – One the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self, validated the very thing I have been working on and speaking about for years – that it is our responsibility … Continue reading The Undefeated Mind
Trouble communicating with a colleague spurred my intense desire to have a conversation with Neuro-Linguistic Programming Expert Shelle Rose Charvet. As the author of both Words that Change Minds and Wishing, Wanting and Achieving and the owner of some very funky, rhinestone-clad, pink rubber cowgirl boots, Shelle shared some simple … Continue reading Words that Change Minds – How to Deliver Not-So-Great Feedback
What a blast! I recently had the pleasure of MC’ing the inaugural MoMonday’s event in Winnipeg. It was thrilling to see so many people ‘get’ what it was all about . Sam’s Place, a unique venue that uses its proceeds to support the community and the world, a sold-out room … Continue reading Winnipeg’s First MoMonday
I was preparing to speak to a group of childcare workers and I was a bit nervous. I knew these folks had worked hard all day, then had a staff meeting, and then they still had to stay into the evening to listen to me. They would be pooped! Thinking … Continue reading Ode to the Childcare Workers