Saturday, January 26, 2013
Since the beginning of the year is one of those times that people often look at what’s going on in their careers and in their workplace, Betsy Cerulo, CEO of AdNet, an integrative business solutions company, and I discussed reasons people may be wanting to make a change, what holds someone back from doing so, and what to do if making a change at this time is not possible – just how do you make lemonade out of the lemons? Since issues at work often affect every aspect of your life and since you spend a majority of your waking hours at work… Betsy feels you owe it to yourself, your loved ones and your employer to learn to create a little slice of heaven. Yep, even in the midst of what feels like chaos. If you find yourself contemplating/evaluating your career, listen in and pick up some pointers on what your next step should be.
Guest: Betsy Cerulo, Founder and CEO of AdNet, Inc.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Sexually abused as a child from ages 6-8 ½ at a friend’s home and then later abused by a cousin from ages 11-13, Erin Merryn has turned her nightmare and personal cause into a very public cause with the creating of Erin’s Law. The mission of Erin’s Law, which has passed in six states and is currently being introduced and voted on in ten other states, is to provide age-appropriate curriculum on the prevention of sexual abuse by empowering children with their voices instead of allowing sex offenders to silence them. How do we empower children? By teaching them what to do. What’s the cost of not doing so? More tragedy, more heartbreak, more fear, more devastation – and more stories like Jerry Sandusky showing up in the news (if someone finally brings them to light). Erin’s mission is to get Erin’s Law on the books of all fifty states and is traveling the country to further her mission. This brave, young woman has put a very vocal face on childhood sexual abuse.
Guest: Erin Merryn, activist, author, speaker, Glamour Magazine’s 2012 Woman of the Year, creator of Erin’s Law
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Whenever Susan Bishop, the WomanTalk Live Creativity Expert, joins me in the studio… I just know she is going to have me thinking in a totally different way before we leave the studio that evening. Susan has a unique way of “creating” – especially at the beginning of a new year when so many of us are making long lists of resolutions that will most likely be flushed down the toilet by mid-February. She’s asking tough questions – or, maybe a better way to think about it is, questions that zero in on what you are really wanting to create and why you are wanting to…just what is it that you want to feel and realize within yourself as a result? When was the last time – if ever – that you thought about what your “theme” for the year was going to be? When have you thought about what your stake in the creation will be? And, if at the end of the year, you held an exhibition for all that you created – what would be in that exhibition? What will be your magnum opus for the year? A totally different way to look at creating and the old resolution-making that often gets us nowhere. So, tune in and get your creative juices going.
Guest: Susan Bishop of Unlocked Box
Saturday, January 5, 2013
After years of being a doormat and seeing so many others suffer the same predicament, my guest, therapist, speaker, author and self-empowerment counselor, Daylle Deanna Schwartz, decided to fall in love with herself. And, when she did that… her whole life changed. She’s now on a mission to encourage you to practice some self-loving. She even registered the month of January as Self-Love Month and kicked off The Self-Love Movement™to help you learn the power of loving yourself. She knows it’s the one thing that can totally turn your life around for the better and something that will affect everyone who enters your circle. Find out how you can get a free copy of Daylle’s book, How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways, and how you can sign the pledge to commit to be loving to yourself for 31 days. It could rock your world!
Guest: Daylle Deanna Schwartz, Founder of The Self-Love Movement™
Saturday, December 29, 2012
All of her life, Erica Tucci has been a fast-moving, take care of everything and everybody, Type-A personality. However, when she reached her 40’s, she realized that she wanted to live her life in a different way – a way that welcomed in her feminine side. With all that she learned, she even wrote a book about her experience, Zesty Womanhood at 40 and Beyond: Second Act, New Role and created a program called Yin Radiance to help other women learn to embrace their sacred feminine side. Shortly after her book was completed, at the young age of 52 in June 2011, Erica suffered a stroke that affected the right side of her body (the masculine side). The way she now sees that is the Universe really wanted to make sure she got in touch with her feminine side. So, of course, Erica has learned much more about the process – and, not in an easy way – but, in a way where she is able to see the real gift. Tune in to hear what she shared with my guest co-host, Cherry-Lee Ward and me about the importance of welcoming in our feminine side to create balance not only within ourselves, but also in our world – and about her new book, Radiant Survivor, that will be coming out later this year.
Guest: Erica Tucci, stroke survivor, corporate manager for a Fortune 500 company, healing arts business owner, Life Coach and author
Guest Co-Host: Cherry-Lee Ward, M.Ed., HTCP, is a contemporary shaman and healer
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