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EFT with Dawson Church

September 1, 2015 - Dawson Church, PhD,  is an award-winning author whose best-selling book, The Genie in Your Genes, (www.YourGeniusGene.com) has been hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare (www.NIIH.org) to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and … [Read More...]

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Reframing Your Story with Kim Schneiderman

  August 18th, 2015 - Show Synopsis: Most people understand that their life is an unfolding story. But few step out of their story to ask themselves who is writing the script, what the story is about, or what tools are needed to learn and grow. Kim Schneiderman believes that is when … [Read More...]

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Caretaking with Dietrich Stroeh

  J. Dietrich Stroeh’s life came apart after learning that his wife had pancreatic cancer. The Stage Four diagnosis took him on the roller coaster ride of his life. Overnight, this successful businessman became a caregiver powerless over the course of his wife’s illness. He had to … [Read More...]


Overcoming Barriers with Sharon Blake

"Your pain has purpose." And that purpose is BIG when abuse, addiction, and prostitution are part of your story. Sharon Blake, author of Chronicles of Pain, shares her conquest of releasing the past and finding love where it's real. Not where it's quick and false. Pregnant by age 14, … [Read More...]


Mentoring with Jeff Pennypacker

  July 21, 2015 -   Dad is gone. Checked out physically or perhaps emotionally - now what? Mom is left to raise her boy into an extraordinary man. The problem is, she has one too many roles to play. Jeff Pennypacker gets that, and he wants to help. Jeff's book, Broken Boys - … [Read More...]


Animal Communication with Tim Link

Tim Link's Website   July 14, 2015:   Take the time to build a bond with your animal and trust you're receiving the info you need from them. That's a nugget of wisdom worth applying to all our important relationships, no? Some other nuggets from our interview with Tim … [Read More...]

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