We’ve all been asked “how are you feeling today?” Sometimes we know how to answer and sometimes we don’t.
Being able to sort out our feelings from our emotions can be a challenge.
While emotions are related to physical conditions, feelings are sparked by emotions. Feelings are the product of your brain’s perception of things. So when we suppress or unleash our emotions, those actions can have a tremendous impact on our physical health and life.
Our guest today has spent her career helping people identify and cope with their emotions and feelings.
Drama and conflict are everywhere in our lives today. In the books, movies and popular media we consume. And in the relationships that make up our lives.
Sociologists and healthcare professionals often say that the dynamic roles people play in relationships form a drama triangle. Each of us can, and has, claimed one or more of these roles in our lifetime. Understanding how to overcome these challenges is critical in learning how to interact with others and in living the life you want.
My guest today has found her way through the drama triangle and lived to tell about it. Let’s talk with Rachel Graham about her journey.
Let’s face it, the world of work is changing. Who does what at a company isn’t what it used to be.
And that’s okay.
The outsourcing of jobs, responsibilities, and skillsets beyond the core capabilities of a company is an efficient way to get things completed. Bringing in talent specific to a function is a great way to maximize people power. It is a way of ensuring everything in a company gets done and done well.
Our guest today knows what it is like to have to navigate a variety of organizations and their numbers from the back office to the boardroom.
Being able to know the difference between a symptom and a root cause, a trauma, is critical in understanding addiction.
We all have compulsive behaviors—drinking, smoking, gaming and electronics, excessive work or exercise or shopping or nail biting. It’s knowing—and facing what trauma caused these symptoms that is key in our understanding how to deal with addiction in our lives.
My guest today has learned the hard way how to identify symptoms, understand the trauma and relate them to addiction. Let’s talk with Rachel Graham about how best to learn about addiction.
What if you could invent a business that was a model of collaboration and high quality and featured products that tasted really good?
What if I told you that a business like this exists and is also native Texan-woman owned?
The micro-batched and artisan food industry is more of a movement. Creative folks who roast coffee, brew beer, make bread, or create specialty condiments, are in it for the creativity as much as the profitability.
Our guest today had a dream of crafting specialty foods she loved and knew others would find tasty. Let’s talk with Taffie Lynn Butters about how she made her jalapeno dream a reality and does good at the same time.
How do successful people become successful? They learn how to overcome obstacles.
In life we all encounter obstacles. But to realize our full potential we have to be willing to deal with massive shifts in our lives as well be open to making positive changes in our lives.
We have to be willing to understand and deal with our energy, our subconscious, and our conscious self.
In order to get through this process to find this positive direction in life we all need help. We can all benefit from fixing ourselves first with the help of an expert.
What if you could have a combination of a life coach, spiritual teacher and therapist all rolled into one? My guest today is just that and has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs and business people find their success.
It’s been called the amazing hidden industry because billions of dollars are spent each year on it and the public rarely sees the output.
Just how does the business-to-business trade show industry work and who is behind it all?
Companies doing business with other companies rely on the face-to-face marketing and selling that trade shows offer. In the past year, over $13.2 billion dollars were spent on trade shows in the US alone with projections of 2 percent growth per quarter. A big part of trade shows are the exhibits and displays that companies rely upon.
Our guest today has spent her career building and managing relationships and exhibits around the world. Let’s talk with Elizabeth Smalley about what it takes to be successful and have staying power in the trade show industry.
Obesity and being overweight are two very significant health care issues in our world today with over 70 percent of our population suffering from these maladies. Beyond surgery and invasive procedures, what are people’s options when it comes to overcoming these health challenges?
Back and neck pain, joint aches, muscle aches and soreness, chronic pain and gastrointestinal conditions are mostly caused by weight issues.
What if you could combat these health conditions by treating them naturally and accelerating the healing process and maintaining your health long term?
My guests today use their skills as doctors of chiropractic as well as their knowledge of anti-inflammatories and health and wellness products and practices to treat these pains and accelerate weight loss in their patients.
Let’s learn about Health Factor Weight Loss, the natural solution to losing weight.
In this day and age we hear so much about people, especially women, feeling like they aren’t good enough, smart enough or pretty enough, among other things. Feelings of not being good enough can impact not only our professional work life, but our personal relationships as well.
Knowing your core identity, and, consequently, your place in the world around you can be life-changing. And it can help give you power you didn’t know you had.
My guest today has helped thousands of people discover their core identity and with it the value in life they have coming to them.