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Dr. Ganz Ferrance - How Good Can I Stand It? and Other Life-Changing Questions

Dr. Ganz Ferrance - How Good Can I Stand It? and Other Life-Changing Questions

July 19, 2019

Dr. Ganz Ferrance – How Good Can I Stand It? and Other Life-Changing Questions

Aired Friday, 19 July 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Questions? Questions, you say? I learned long ago that the smarter (and maybe older) you get you never stop having questions. And, you know you are getting smarter when you start asking better, more profound questions about more important matters – like your life.

Dr. Ganz Ferrance, the author of ‘The Me Factor© – Your Systematic Guide to Getting What the HELL You Want’ will share with us those powerful, life-changing questions plus:

• How to harness your intuition to improve your decisions dramatically
• How to uncover and remove hidden beliefs that are holding you back
• How to release both physical and mental stress
and more…

Registered Psychologist, Dr. Ganz Ferrance, is a Speaker, Author, and Coach. Since the early ’90’s Dr. Ganz has been helping individuals, couples, families, and corporations beat BURNOUT reduce their levels of stress, improve their relationships, and enjoy more success.

Dr. Ganz is known for working with the toughest of the tough, including gang bangers, hardened oil and gas workers, battle-tested CEOs and entrepreneurs, and stressed out law enforcement officers. He truly is a master at showing people in high-stress occupations no-nonsense, practical strategies to stay focused, make healthy decisions under pressure, and boost communication skills to reduce conflict during stressful situations. And what could be more high stress than recovering from an autoimmune or other long-term health issues? Find out more at: www.AskDrGanz.com/

Listen to this transformational interview Friday, July 19, at 7 PM ET and later in a podcast.

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Sarah Peyton - Are You Suffering From Alarmed Aloneness?

Sarah Peyton - Are You Suffering From Alarmed Aloneness?

July 12, 2019

Sarah Peyton – Are You Suffering From Alarmed Aloneness?

Aired Friday, 12 July 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Alarmed aloneness, that state that’s not ‘fight-or-flight’ and yet not contentment or social engagement… Alarmed aloneness is the place in which we get an elevated heart rate and increased cortisol because somebody (or something) who is important to us has disappeared. When Sarah Peyton, shared her theory with me, I knew we had to have her back as she is the person who has given a name to this emotional state that many with long-term conditions can relate.

Sarah is an international speaker and #1 best selling author who has a passion for weaving together neuroscience knowledge and experiences of healing to unify our emotional brains and bodies. She makes Interpersonal Neurobiology research available to all, so we too can understand how this new area of study can dynamically change the trajectory of our healing. In this episode, Sarah shares:

• What is alarmed aloneness and why it is essential to be aware of,

• How alarmed aloneness can affect us and those we love,

• What we can do to change alarmed aloneness into connections,

• How physical symptoms, our emotions, and past trauma are intertwined,

and so much more…

More About Sarah Peyton:

Sarah is the creator of the Your Resonant Self program (www.yourresonantself.com). She creates change using precision resonant language that easily creates insights and transformation. Besides her Interpersonal Neurobiology research, Sarah also brings to us her long-term study of Nonviolent Communication and 3-D body-centered explorations of families over generations through Family Constellation work.

You can learn more about Sarah Peyton and her remarkable work at www.yourresonantself.com and www.empathybrain.com and listen to this transformational interview Friday, May 12, at 7 PM ET and later in a podcast and videocast at www.UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/Alone.

Denny Stockdale - When The Past Triggers The Now

Denny Stockdale - When The Past Triggers The Now

July 5, 2019

Denny Stockdale – When The Past Triggers The Now

Aired Friday, 5 July 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Join host Sharon Sayler for a conversation that is beneficial for everyone who is looking to make the world a healthier place while expanding their well-being. Award-winning inspirational author, Denny Stockdale joins Sharon for an essential chat about a ‘forgotten’ part of wellness.

We jump right into how just-a-little kindness and encouragement can transform a less-than-desired state and how music can be a source of emotional support. In our free-wheeling chat we share:

• The best practices for offering assistance without being intrusive or patronizing,
• The beautiful things that happen to our well-being when we practice kindness and support-for-others,
• Ways that past trauma can affect your current situation and what happens when the ‘past triggers the now,’
• The transformative power of music and how The Kindness Concert Experience came about,
• The power of the word ‘yet,’
Plus much more…

Denny Stockdale is a founding member of World Kindness USA, an organization to raise global awareness of the power of kindness and is the founder of The Kindness Concert Experience, an organization that creates a kinder world through music plus a strong advocate for the life-changing power of encouragement.

Learn more about Denny Stockdale and The Kindness Concert Experience at www.thekindnessconcert.com and listen to the show first on Friday, July 5th, at 7 PM ET and later in podcast.

Sharon McRill - Is Your Mess Causing You Stress?

Sharon McRill - Is Your Mess Causing You Stress?

June 21, 2019

Sharon McRill – Is Your Mess Causing You Stress?

Aired Friday, 21 June 2019, 7:00 PM ET

With the not so surprising research showing a connection between stress and clutter and the often experienced symptoms of stress and autoimmune flares, let’s talk spring cleaning and decluttering!

And, thanks to the easy to implement tips our guest expert Sharon McRill, author of the best-seller ‘Downsizing the Silver Tsunami: Who to call and where does the stuff go?’ and owner and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization, and relocation company is sharing, we discover clutter is one of our more manageable life stressors to solve.

Some of what Sharon will share with us is:

• Understanding the emotion of letting our stuff go
• The simplest way to get your decluttering started
• What to do when family members clutter styles differ
• plus so much more…

Sharon McRill loves to help busy people get things done. As the owner and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization and relocation company, Sharon and her team of 10 “Betties” perform such projects as moving coordination, organizing and staging. For more information on The Betty Brigade, visit www.BettyBrigade.com. Then, listen to this intriguing and productive chat Friday, June 21st at 7 PM ET and later in podcast and video.

Michael Tranmer - How to Create a Foundation for Thriving

Michael Tranmer - How to Create a Foundation for Thriving

June 14, 2019

Michael Tranmer – You Are Not The Stats: How to Create a Foundation for Thriving

Aired Friday, 14 June 2019, 7:00 PM ET

A focus on resilience and wellness, not a fixation on disappointing stats and dis-ease is part of what creates the foundation for recovery, thriving, healing, and whatever you want to create. In this episode, Sharon Sayler welcomes Michael Tranmer, author of the upcoming book, ‘Satori Ananda – Awaken to Happiness,’ and an expert in focus, adaptability, and resilience to chat about how we can quickly implement ‘systems’ to optimize our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Michael shares from his background as a retired Engineering Project Manager and now as a coach for high performing coaches to show us his systematic process of success, and how to apply the same approach to our wellness and well-being.

• How routines and rituals will amplify your well-being
• Simple ways to craft your curiosity to create your own ‘new normal,’
• How to quickly get back on track when wellness goes awry,
• How to accept what is while being consistently optimistic in your approach to life, plus so much more….

More about Michael Tranmer: Michael helps launch new online coaches so they can leave their corporate jobs and powerfully serve people on a higher level. He guides clients to greater clarity based on creating a consistent, disciplined and focused lifestyle. Discover more at www.MichaelTranmer.com. Then listen to this intriguing interview starting Friday night June 14th at 7 PM ET Later in podcast.

David Dachinger and Tamara Green - Navigating Your New Normal

David Dachinger and Tamara Green - Navigating Your New Normal

June 7, 2019

David Dachinger and Tamara Green – What Now? Navigating Your New Normal

Aired Friday, 7 June 2019, 7:00 PM ET

We welcome back Tamara Green LCSW and David Dachinger from Loving Meditations on Cancer Survivor Awareness Day! for an authentic and insightful chat about ‘what now?’ As in, succeeding in your ‘new normal’ after you’ve made it through the ‘worst’ of a life-altering diagnosis.

David is a Grammy®-nominated engineer and composer and professional firefighter, as well as a Stage IV cancer survivor. Tamara, who took care of David during his illness, is a world-class relationship expert, caregiver support leader, hypnotherapist, and movement guru. In addition to their Loving Meditations meditation app, they’ve created self-care tools that radically enhance the lives of thousands. Their greatest fulfillment today is improving the lives of those touched by cancer… and beyond.

As thrivers of life-altering diagnosis’, we share our best tips and thoughts on what the ‘new normal’ is like for us, including:

• How to accept what is and see the value of the new,
• What to do instead of focusing on fears and what-ifs,
• How to breathe away the pain,
• How to set the tone for healing along with ways to honor your miracle machine — your body! Plus so much more….

David Dachinger and Tamara Green, LCSW are the dynamic duo behind the Loving Meditations app, a robust set of mindfulness tools that help patients and caregivers dramatically reduce stress, anxiety, pain, and discomfort throughout their medical ordeal. They are also the authors of ‘Live Calm with Cancer (and Beyond…).’ Learn more about their mindfulness app, programs, and book at calmcancerstress.com and LovingMeditations.com. Then listen to this powerful interview starting Friday night June 7th at 7 PM ET Later in podcast and videocast.

Eva Vennari - Optimize Your Health with Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Testing

Eva Vennari - Optimize Your Health with Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Testing

May 31, 2019

Eva Vennari – Optimize Your Health with Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Testing

Aired Friday, 31 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

In this episode, we explore toxins, poor nutrition, even too-much-of-a-good-thing, digestion, and the healing process with guest expert Eva Vennari from www.theElevateInstitute.com. Eva is on a mission to dismantle the status quo of the sickness industry. Having spent most of her adult life suffering from all kinds of conditions and fighting for her sanity, she decided to take matters into her own hands. That’s when everything shifted, and her body went from being the enemy to being her best and most devoted ally and partner.

One way to support your ‘devoted ally and partner’ is through removing toxins and imbalances within your systems, including digestion. Over time, toxins, waste, even those too-much-of-a-good-things can build up and cause a variety of health issues, including a weakened immune system, brain fog, and low energy.

Eva teaches worldwide how to take charge of your wellbeing and thrive. With her insights and delightful humor, she shares with us:

• What is Nutritional Balancing,
• How to uncover and correct imbalances and depletions in the body,
• What is hair mineral testing and how can it help in recreating balance,
• Why it is essential to optimize our digestion system,
• A new way to look at hydration, plus so much more.

Listen to this compelling episode first, Friday, May 31st 7 PM ET and later in podcast and video.

Sarah Peyton - The Transformative Power of Disgust

Sarah Peyton - The Transformative Power of Disgust

May 24, 2019

Sarah Peyton – The Transformative Power of Disgust

Aired Friday, 24 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Disgust? Why do we need to think about disgust you may ask like I did when tonight’s guest Sarah Peyton and I chatted recently… Her response, “Because disgust is a primary emotion that affects how we make many of our decisions and is the basis for our judgments.”

Okay, that’s why… we welcome back Sarah Peyton, the creator of the Your Resonant Self program, an international speaker, and #1 best selling author who has a passion for weaving together neuroscience knowledge and experiences of healing to unify our emotional brains and bodies.

Sarah makes Interpersonal Neurobiology research available to all, so we too can understand how this new area of study can dynamically change the trajectory of our healing.

In this episode, Sarah shows us why disgust is a vital emotion to understand and come-to-terms-with, plus she shares:
• The latest research on how disgust can transform our views and beliefs,
• How disgust can affect our digestive tract,
• Where self-disgust can come from and how to turn it into positives,
• How mindset, emotions, and past trauma can be part of what’s going on now and so much more….

More About Sarah Peyton: Sarah creates change using precision and resonant language that easily create insights and transformation. Besides her Interpersonal Neurobiology research, Sarah also brings to us her long-term study of Nonviolent Communication and 3-D body-centered explorations of families over generations through Family Constellation work.

You can learn more about Sarah Peyton and her remarkable work at Your Resonant Self and www.empathybrain.com and listen to this transformational interview Friday, May 24, at 7 PM ET and later in a podcast and videocast.

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.

Kristal Kent - One Warrior’s Success Story Battling Fibromyalgia

Kristal Kent - One Warrior’s Success Story Battling Fibromyalgia

May 10, 2019

Kristal Kent – One Warrior’s Success Story Battling Fibromyalgia

Aired Friday, 10 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

In this episode, we explore what it’s like dealing with hard to diagnosis conditions like Fibromyalgia and how to be a strong advocate for your well-being with Fibromyalgia patient advocate, patient-rights leader, and Army veteran Kristal Kent.

With 20 years of social service professional experience, Kristal’s advocacy work focuses on educating the Fibromyalgia community on the illness, and how to best advocate for their healthcare needs. And as a veteran with Fibromyalgia, Kristal also advocates on behalf of military veterans diagnosed with Fibromyalgia.

After sharing some time with Kristal, I discovered she’s a true transformation catalyst. And in this episode, she will show us ways to transform into being our best, and ways to move past our fears and diagnosis to live our best life including:

• Ways to move past the voice of fear,
• Why addressing individual symptoms doesn’t work,
• How to create success at your medical appointments and beyond,
• Why recognizing situational ‘symptoms’ are critical to your well-being
• Tips and techniques to stop triggers and anxiety in their tracks, plus so much more…

Kristal Kent serves on the WEGO Health Patient Leader Advisory Board and is a board of trustee member for the Fibromyalgia Care Society Of America. Kristal has received numerous awards for her advocacy work, including 2 WEGO Health Awards in 2018. Kristal is the founder of The Fibromyalgia Pain Chronicles and the co-founder of Veteran Voices For Fibromyalgia. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/KristalPainChronicles/, and https://www.facebook.com/VeteranVoicesForFibromyalgia/

Listen to action-oriented interview starting Friday, May 10th at 7 PM ET.