Married For A Week Nikki DeLaCruz had a challenging beginning.  She and her baby sister were born to a young mom, who fraught with her own challenges, had diffficulties parenting her girls. The transition from a sad, insecure Nikki to Nikki of today is a journey you will not want to miss!
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When Your Heart Is In Pieces - You CAN Heal

Behind every tragedy and loss lies a tranquil reality just waiting to be found. Dr. Paul Coleman helps you evaluate your current emotional state and how the hardship has impacted your life and with his guidance and insight, you will learn how to transform your pain into positive thinking, find perspective through charitable acts, and hone in on what you need to do to step into a brighter future.

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MyNDTALK - Moving Away From Fear

Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Moving Away From Fear
Dr. Joseph Shrand, a leading expert on the psychology of fear, teaches us how to use the rational parts of our brain to change our perspective and respond rationally to fears as they present themselves.  By developing a radical self-acceptance that allows us to step back and question our fearful thoughts, we can confront and process them in healthier ways, leading to a better, more confident self.
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Do Not Go Quietly: A Guide to Living Consciously and Aging Wisely for People Who Weren't Born Yesterday - Listen to this warm, witty, uplifting, thoughtful conversation with co-author, George Camppannelli, complete with resources for those who, as the authors say, "weren't born yesterday"!  No matter your age, you will find this program helpful, enriching and a great way to approach your life, today, tomorrow and for all your days.
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During a time when the country seems so polarized, an interracial/intercultural couple talks with Dr. Brewer about their experiences, challenges, joys and successes.  Hear how East met West and learned to accommodate each other in loving and respectful ways.  Many years and adult twin boys later, they continue to grow and learn from each other!

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MyNDTALK - The Next Happy

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
When the best option is to let go of the life you planned for yourself and find a new path, a world of possibilities can surprisingly open up. Learn whether it is time to let go, and if so, how to move through your grief and find your way forward in The Next Happy.

After multiple fertility treatments and years of hardship in her pursuit to have a child, Tracey Cleantis was forced to face this reality head-on. Yet, through this process and her work counseling hundreds of clients through the loss of their goals and aspirations, she discovered one simple truth: Sometimes there comes a time when the smartest, healthiest, and sanest thing to do is to let go of the original plan in order to find a new way forward toward happiness. And with this critical shift, a world of possibilities opens up to us. New, tangible dreams take shape."



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The Transition to Leadership

Dr. Angela L. Walker Franklin currently serves as president and chief executive officer of Des Moines University (DMU) in Des Moines, Iowa. She was appointed the 15th president of DMU and began in March 2011. DMU is a health sciences university that has existed for more than 100 years with a singular mission to improve lives in our global community by educating diverse groups of highly competent and compassionate health professionals." Dr Franklin talks about her transition into this position and offers thoughtful guidance for others moving into leadership roles.  Dr. Franklin also talks about some of the important components for training the health care professionals for today and tomorrow.

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From 'No Hope' to a College Degree!
When the diagnosis of Autism is heard - it is a frightening one for many.  It is the predictor of a future that can seem frightening and limiting - but for today's guest - Autism is neither. Learn how author Raun Kaufman (Autism Breakthrough) transitioned from a childhood diagnosis of "...severely autistic, with no language and a tested I.Q. under 30..." to a "...graduate from the Brown University and a degree in Biomedical Ethics. "

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MyNDTALK - Head Trash

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Join Dr. Pamela Brewer and her guest, consultant and co-author, Tish Squillaro for a conversation about something that shows up at some time or another in every office, every relationship, every person: Head TRASH!

HeadTrash Is . thought patterns and emotional tendencies that hinder your ability to respond to business issues in a productive and professional way . [In other words]HeadTrash is the negative voice of your subconscious, engaging you in a deadly inner dialogue that only you hear, consciously or subconsciously, but which affects everything you say and do and everyone around you. Head Trash is any pattern of self-defeating feelings and thoughts that leads you into trouble and keeps you stuck there. Even worse, depending on you level of responsibility and authority, the rest of your team or company gets stuck, too.

Everybody feels afraid, insecure, guilty, and so on from time to time. That' s normal. But when problematical thoughts and feelings become patterns in your life and consistently affect your decision-making and leadership behaviors, they're HeadTrash that requires cleanup on your part. This book will show you how to change your behavior and make you a better leader - for yourself, your business, your employees and your family." Tish Squillaro and Timothy I. Thomas/www.HeadTrash911.com
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MyNDTALK - An Unconventional Journey

Tuesday, February 10, 2015
This is a story of perseverance and awakening. As a child, Angela Walker Franklin faced clear expectations for success from very supportive and engaged parents, yet self-doubt and trepidation continued to raise its ugly head along the way. She was steadfast and determined in her journey, which took several twists and turns until she "let go and let God" order her steps. This journey evolved into a purpose-driven life that led her to a college presidency in a most unlikely place." This is a story of transion and change - and an openness to new experiences.
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