A must for all change agents!
In this show that was originally entitled, "Unshakeable" I talk with Katie Montano, Sustainability Manager at Driscoll's Berries, on implementing a corporate leadership and sustainability initiative that is having a huge impact on the company -- but also on her own life.
A must for all change agents!
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This week, my guest Allan Flood tells us about how his world was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1986. In the years following his diagnosis, Allan embarked on a journey to find peace, and ended up devoting his life to understanding the healing resources of himself and others.
His recently released book, “Perfect Misfortune – The 2010 Edition”, was rewritten and updated from the original book first published in 1999. This new edition features all of the same inspiration as the first book, along with additional insights and knowledge about the mental and spriritual strength it takes to heal.
Allan has recovered sensation in much of his body and has been free of new symptoms for several years. He continues to enjoy an active lifestyle.
Visit Allan at www.allanflood.com
August Turak is a successful businessman, entrepreneur, award winning author, and worldly monk. His thirteen years experience with the monks of Mepkin Abbey, have defined his mission to teach others how Service and Selflessness will not only build dramatically more successful individuals, families, and organizations but provide a sustainable solution to our current economic crisis. As he put it "it is in our interest to forget our self-interest". A fascinating show on walking the line between Self and Selfless, Great Faith and Great Doubt.
His Templeton prize winning essay ‘Brother John’ and other works including “The Business Secrets of the Trappists” are available on http://augustturak.com
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Lynne Klippel, author of Overcomers Inc and I talk about true stories of hope, inspiration and courage from her book. We all have days when we'd rather just stay under the covers, and then we have days we wish we weren't born at all. No matter what the circumstances, it helps to know that others have made it through similar tough times and come out the other side.
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What happens when you help someone with no other motive than to lend a hand? You feel it. And it feels like something in alignment with that better part of yourself.
Bryan Douglas just helped. He drove 5,000 miles to Chicago and back to deliver a car battery and didn't stop there. He also wrote a book and maybe started a movement. We talk about what he learned.
Friday, December 18th at 10 am Pacific
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At the end of our lives we are very unlikely to think, “I sure wish I spent more time in the office.”
Consider what you'd regret at the end of your days and you'll find a recipe for life. My guest is Stan Goldberg, author of Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life. It is just that.
You can learn more about him and read his blog at http://stangoldbergwriter.com.
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Byron Katie has one job: to teach people how to stop suffering. When Katie appears, lives change.
In 1986, at the bottom of a ten-year fall into depression, anger, and addiction, Byron Katie woke up one morning and realized that all suffering comes from believing our thoughts. Questioning every painful thought she had, she developed an amazing method of inquiry she called The Work.
The Work asks four simple questions that turn stressful thoughts around. When you Work with a thought, you see around it to the choices beyond suffering.
Katie has been bringing The Work to millions around the world for more than twenty years. Her free public events, weekend workshops, nine-day School for the Work, and 28-day residential Turnaround House bring liberation to people everywhere.
Her School for the Work takes place twice a year.
Call 1 800 98 KATIE (52843 or go to www.thework.com for more information
P.S. to really get the most of the this hour live with Katie, I do recommend downloading and doing the Judge Your Neighbor Worksheet from Katie's site.
Let’s explore the meaning of life this week with Laura Berman Fortgang! Laura is a beautiful person, a powerful coach, and is internationally recognized for her no-nonsense, entertaining writing and speaking. She is the best-selling author of Now What? 90 Days to a New Life Direction, Living Your Best Life, and Take Yourself to the Top
Her latest work, “The Little Book on Meaning” has just been published.
Laura has an incredibly diverse background, is one of the world’s most respected coaches, is a founding member of the Int’l Coaching Federation and you’ll be interested to know that in 2006, Laura became ordained as an interfaith minister.
You’ll find Laura insightful, inspiring and practical. At some point we all ask the question, What is all this for? Why am I here? and What does it all mean? So I can’t think of a better topic to give a practical spin than ‘The Meaning of Life’.
Find out more about Laura, her book and her coaching company, InterCoach, Inc./Now What?™ Coaching,
This week I talk to a woman who has birthed a movement – OK, maybe two - Gail Goodwin creator of InspireMeToday.com and The Global Hug Tour. Born out of her listening to others’ requests for daily inspiration and her own life experience, Gail created a site with daily doses of love and wisdom from an inspired teaching community that includes the world’s most well-known and loved luminaries. Gail's aim is to support your positive focus and we are going to bring that to the radio. We’ll talk about what Gail is up to next so be ready to feel your inspiration pulse rise! For more see www.InspireMeToday.com
Dr. Jonathan Ellerby, Spiritual Program Director for the highly acclaimed Canyon Ranch Health Resorts. He has spent more than 20 years in a personal, professional, and academic exploration of the vast realm of spirituality, healing, and consciousness. We discuss the wisdom of the ages against the backdrop of a modern world.
His book 'Return to the Sacred: Ancient Pathways to Spiritual Awakening' – is both a guidebook to finding the spiritual path and a collection of colorful stories from Dr. Ellerby's extensive travels and spiritual journeys.
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