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Whitney Gordon-Mead - Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout?

Whitney Gordon-Mead - Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout?

May 17, 2019

Whitney Gordon-Mead – Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout? How to Reclaim Your Zest for Life

Aired Friday, 17 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Life is meant to be enjoyed not endured is the motto of our guest Whitney Gordon-Mead. Whitney has overcome fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and burnout… Now, she’s dedicated her life to helping others avoid and recover from burnout, reclaim their passion and create the life they desire, because as she says ‘life is meant to be enjoyed, not endured!’

She will share with ways to transform our daily routines and optimize the energy we have that are easy to implement and have big pay-back including:

• What is the ‘Burn-Out-Cycle,’
• Simple ways to take control of your symptoms,
• Why knowing your sleep deficit number is essential to restoring health,
• Ways to budget and optimize your energy to go from burn out to balance…
• plus much more.

About our guest: Whitney Gordon-Mead is a Speaker, Certified Life Coach, Ordained Minister, and on track to have her Doctorate in Metaphysics by the end of 2019. She has three decades of experience researching personal growth and how we heal from within and has turned her diagnosis’s of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and burnout around to live her best life yet. Learn more about Whitney at https://whitneygordon-mead.com and listen to our engaging chat Friday, May 17th at 7 PM ET. Later in podcast and video.

Glenn Harrold - Sleep, Stress, & Weight

Glenn Harrold - Sleep, Stress, & Weight

May 16, 2019

Glenn Harrold – Sleep, Stress, & Weight: How Hypnotherapy is Successfully Treating These 3 Silent Killers

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Did you know that men who only sleep five hours a night have markedly smaller testicles than men who sleep more than seven? According to neuroscientist, Matthew Walker, author of the book Why We Sleep that’s just one of the ways that the decimation of sleep throughout industrialized nations is having a catastrophic impact on our health and wellness.

The same applies to stress, which, researchers say, might be one of the most damaging toxins in our world, researchers say, of all the toxins in our world, might be one of the most damaging. In addition to rewiring your brain and contributing to anxiety and depression, if left untreated stress may lead to chronic inflammation, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity. And right behind those and indelibly linked with them is obesity.

Glenn Harrold joins Sandie to discuss how and why hypnotherapy is proving successful in addressing these 3 silent killers where so many other methods are failing, and shares some tips on to help you destress your life, sleep well every night, and lose weight now.

GLENN HARROLD is an author, musician and experienced clinical hypnotherapist who has helped thousands of clients over a wide range of stress related problems. His unique and highly effective series of professional hypnosis and meditation recordings have sold over 10 million and are one of the world’s best-selling self-help audio ranges. He is the author of 7 self-help books and has produced 100 hypnosis and meditation audios. His Relax & Sleep Well app has become one of the world’s biggest grossing self-help apps and has been downloaded over 3 million times, and has been No. 1 in the lifestyle charts in over 50 countries.

For more info, go to: www.glennharrold.com

The Dr. Kevin Show - Eric Vollweiler

The Dr. Kevin Show - Eric Vollweiler

May 16, 2019

The Dr. Kevin Show – Eric Vollweiler

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 6:00 PM ET

Eric Vollweiler has been producing and marketing film festivals and entertainment events for over 14 years over 50 different events in 9 different states. Eric’s focus is on selling sponsorships, advertising, booking entertainment professionals, public relations, social media, and production. In 2019 Eric has produced the Artists United Sundance Film Festival Mixer which was his 2nd event he produced at the Sundance Film Festival. Eric was also the marketing consultant on the Golden State Film Festival and Artemis Woman in Action Film Festival in Los Angeles, the Kansas City FilmFest International in Kansas City, the Woods Hole Film Festival in Cape Cod, MA, Eric will be producing a series of education panels on filmmaking with top industry professionals at the Toronto International Film Festival and a filmmaker workshop in Chicago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_H9JCl3O9XM

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-vollweiler-7382882/

Do You Have Your Priorities?

Do You Have Your Priorities?

May 16, 2019

Do You Have Your Priorities?

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 5:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM PST

Life pulls at us – children, work, loved ones, advertisers all with their own agenda and desires. Where is your life energy going? Let’s take a look at priorities — so you can make sure you’re meeting yours, and not just everyone else’s!

Guest Sophie Michele is a speaker & coach who was born and raised in Paris, France and moved to the United States to go to the University of Southern California school of Film and Television. She went on to produce large scale events such as the The Three Tenors Concert in Paris.

Sophie also worked for Rolex Watch USA and The American Funds to help them revamp their workflow processes.

Today, Sophie speaks around the world about Leadership, Business and how nothing is really wrong with you. A mom of two teenagers and successfully divorced, she has an abundance of things to talk about to shake things up.

Submit show ideas and connect at: www.meetkathywilliams.com

How to Deal with MAD

How to Deal with MAD

May 16, 2019

How to Deal with MAD

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 4:00 PM EST / 1:00 PM PST

Pennie and Matthew have received a few questions around Emotional Intelligence which they will be answering this evening along with looking at the feeling of MAD. In health MAD is such a great motivator, it is passion and drive. When it is suppressed leads to outbursts of rage, boredom and destructive behaviour. What we don’t realise is that depression is often anger turned within because it’s never been safe to express it. I hope you can join us for a insightful and in depth look at how to deal with and get help dealing with this difficult emotion.

Dorothy Leone-Glasser - Why is Medical Care Still Out of Reach?

Dorothy Leone-Glasser - Why is Medical Care Still Out of Reach?

May 16, 2019

Dorothy Leone-Glasser – Why is Medical Care Still Out of Reach?

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 3:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM PST

The healthcare debate in America has ensued for years. One Congress passed an Affordable Care Act, while the current Congress threatens to revoke it. Regardless of these political outcomes, millions of patients are still left with chronic illnesses and no access to medications or the proper care. Why is this and what can we do about it? Join Jennifer as she speaks to Dorothy Leone-Glasser, Founder and Executive Director of Advocates for Responsible Care. As both a patient and professional advocate, Dorothy has a long history of being on the front lines of this issue – and has had tremendous success in spite of incredible obstacles.

Guest Bio:

Dorothy Leone-Glasser, RN, HHC, has lived with systemic lupus for over forty five years. As a result, she has overcome two forms of cancer, disabling arthritis, kidney failure, a coma, heart attack, and two strokes. The compelling energy and perseverance behind her success is Dorothy’s philosophy: “Illness lives in the mind, plays out in the body, and comes to a place of peace in the spirit where wellness survives”. Being a nurse led her to helping others but becoming a devoted patient advocate gave others a voice to empower change. This passion led her to create a nonprofit health and justice organization, The Advocates for Responsible Care (ARxC). At ARxC the focus is advocating for full and affordable access to medications and treatment care with an emphasis on reducing cultural incompetency and health disparities. Today ARxC leads the Rx in Reach GA Coalition consisting of 36 health and physician organizations that lend support to develop patient protections to end the dangerous cost-shifting insurance practices, dangerous barriers to treatments and prohibitive out-of- pocket costs for life-saving prescription drugs and treatments. She has led this coalition to passing Biosimilar legislation and Step Therapy Reform legislation in Georgia. ARxC has joined OUTCRY and Compassionate Atlanta to create the Georgia Coalition for Safe Communities to inform, educate and mobilize Georgians to promote common sense gun policies that prevent violence.

Dorothy has published countless materials on chronic illness care and advocacy that educating patients about wellness and health empowerment. Dorothy is frequently seen and heard on TV, radio, and print media.

Guest Website: www.arxc.org

Vibrant Living Network May 16, 2019 Episode
Illusion: the Nature of Our Mind

Illusion: the Nature of Our Mind

May 16, 2019

Illusion: the Nature of Our Mind

Air Date 16 May 2019 at 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati at Parmarth Niketan discusses the following topics and answers questions from seekers from around the world, during her daily Satsang from the banks of the holy Ganga River:

~ The importance of having a Guru for spiritual teachings

~ Spiritual & physical well-being: the importance of nectar in our body

~ Presence of negativity in our relationships & life

~ Illusion: the nature of our mind

Visit the show page for Inspiration and Transformation

Connect with Sadhvi at parmarth.org

Mari Boine - A Sound Universe of One’s Own

Mari Boine - A Sound Universe of One’s Own

May 16, 2019

Mari Boine – A Sound Universe of One’s Own

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 9:00 AM EST / 6:00 AM PST

With her exotic voice informed by the long time oppressed shaman culture of the Norwegian Sami, an indigenous people often compared to Native Americans, and her almost trance-like folk music, Mari Boine created together with sámi guitarist Roger Ludvigsen, a sound universe of her own. Today she is revered as a truly unique artist whose trajectory led her to release more than a dozen highly-acclaimed solo albums and collaborate with stellar Norwegian jazz musicians like Jan Garbarek and Bugge Wesseltoft. From the start, Mari Boine has been one of the most outspoken and important representatives of the Sami culture. As an artist and activist, she has worked tirelessly for the recognition and preservation of the indigenous Sami culture, thus inspiring younger generations to be proud of their unique roots. Even though Boine draws heavily on her musical heritage (Christian Lestadian hymn singing, Sami joik chants, and Norwegian folk music), she masterfully blends these influences with modern musical elements from jazz, rock, and pop.

At a time when the vast majority of popular singers seems to follow predetermined patterns, Mari Boine has managed to stand out as one of a kind. Constantly evolving, changing, modernizing, and daring, but never bending to the rules of the recording industry.

Join voice master Kara Johnstad and Mari Boine for a compelling discussion on creating a sound universe of one’s own.

On Mari Boine:

“It’s completely irrelevant what you call her music. Her music that blends seamlessly into the rhythms and sound picture of our times. She could have sung her songs a thousand years ago or a thousand years into the future and still retained the same depth and resonance. In other words, it is like Mari Boine’s voice reveals just the smallest sliver of eternity,”

— Jörg Eipasch on Boine’s album Gávcci Jahkejuogo (Eight Seasons).

Tom Bunn - Panic Free

Tom Bunn - Panic Free

May 15, 2019

Tom Bunn – Panic Free: The Ten Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety and Claustrophobia

Aired Wednesday, 15 May 2019, 8:00 PM ET

Are you afraid of flying? Does the thought of driving through a tunnel frighten you? What about getting into an elevator, being in a small, confined space or even exploring your closets? Are there situations that cause you panic, anxiety, claustrophobia and dread? If so, you are one of the estimated six million Americans who suffer from panic disorder. You may have sought relief with psychotherapy and even medications, only to find that these did not alleviate your symptoms. Is there another way of approaching this debilitating problem and opening your life to fully experiencing everything it has to offer?

My guest this week on Destination Unlimited, Tom Bunn, says there is and you can achieve this in just ten days without drugs or doctors. Tom Bunn is a licensed therapist and a regular contributor to Psychology Today. He is a former U. S. Air Force Captain who flew the Air Force’s first supersonic jet fighter, the F-100. Following his service, he was an airline pilot during which time he began examining and addressing flight panic. His further work and research led him to a greater understanding of the neuro mechanisms of panic and anxiety and the development of his program. His website is panicfree.net and he joins me this week to discuss his new book, Panic Free: The Ten Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety and Claustrophobia.