Leah Remillet is all about rearranging the plate when it comes to balancing your busy-ness But you'll love her tips like: Find the dimmer switch. Not everything has to be fully on or fully off. Turn feeling frazzled into feeling fulfilled. Listen Here.
Being confident. -in your job, your relationships, your finance -- isn't always easy, but Tamara Pflug actually makes it fun. As she says, in her wonderful Swiss accent, "Just start where you are!" Listen Here.
Ever feel like you and your partner just don't have anything to talk about? Maybe they're taking on new hobbies you had no idea they were even interested in? Diana Indries and her husband have created a fun card game you'll want to check out and it's designed to bring you closer. Coming Soon.
Being Miss Congeniality really does get you somewhere! In Kimberly Spencer's case, it has led to incredible success. She's all about making a difference - and looking good doing it! Her "Princess and the B" podcast explores everything from Business to Boys to Body to Bank Account and Beliefs, to help you Build your empire. Coming Soon.
A former SWAT Team negotiator, basketball coach and now cancer warrior, Terry Tucker has an outlook on life that will inspire anyone. With 10 principles by which he lives and four "truths", this episode will have you thinking you can do so much more than you are right now. Listen Here.
Joe LeValley is an award-winning mystery novelist who turned an idea (that took three decades to write) into an incredible series of books. He knows how to weave that web and keep you guessing (and I'll admit to staying up past 1:00am to find out what happens!) Listen Here.
She almost died twice as her family escaped Vietnam on a fishing boat. Now, she's a pediatric gastroenterologist with a passion for battling childhood obesity and a joy for giving. Katrina Nguyen, MD will inspire you, plain and simple. Listen Here.
Wondering how you go from testing diapers and toilet paper to being a successful artist? Linda Riesenberg Fisler will tell you. And believe me, you'll never look at Poop quite the same way! But she'll also give you tips about how to make your art a real business. Listen Here.
Thomas & Landa Penisten authored the book "A Time for Color" which really is an ode to joy. And it's not just for kids -- it points out the need to restore the colors that have dimmed as we age. On National Spread Joy Day, take a few minutes to remember what brought you joy when you were younger! Now, go get that joy back! Listen Here.
Marvin Frink battles every day with PTSD from his numerous tours of duty serving our country. What he found that helps - and what he now offers to help other veterans -- is agri-therapy. Walking with the cows, feeling the wind blow, connecting with nature and each other -- and it makes a world of difference. Listen Here.
When you don't like authority, you'd better figure out a way to make a living on your own - and making people laugh is a great way to do that. Marklyn Johnson is not only a stand-up comic, he is a motivational speaker with a passion for teaching kids about personal accountability. Listen Here.
September 21 is World Gratitude Day and my guest Deborah Hawkins has made gratitude a way of life. She gives tips and will have you thinking about what personal themes are in your life. What are you grateful for? Listen Here.
Want to meet a woman -- one of only 2 Americans - to survive living on Equatorial Guinea -- a small African island run by a brutal (and crazy) dictator? Bee Bloeser has chronicled her extraordinary experiences and you'll be amazed at her fortitude. Listen Here.
Everyone knows a kid who is glued to their devices -- selfies, TikTok or, heaven forbid, Fortnite. There is actually a "gaming disorder" now. My guest, Michael Jacobus, runs a Reset Camp to help break those addictions. Listen Here.
Veteran journalist Andrew Malcolm has made a career of telling big stories through little people -- and he shares some of those here. He'll make you laugh, make you think - and leave you inspired to never leave anything unsaid. Listen Here.
It's National Park Service Founders Day and I talk with the John Muir Land Trust which has preserved nearly 4,000 acres of beautiful land in the Bay Area. We are so fortunate! Listen here.
At 72, most people are slowing down. Not Ruth Yunker! She's embarking on adventure after adventure. Curiosity and humor are her secret weapons to staying young (okay, and maybe exercise!) Listen here.
James Rosebush was a senior advisor to President Ronald Reagan and had a front row seat to one of the greatest leaders and communicators in our history. Now he's coaching today's leaders. Listen Here.
How do you go from having an idea to making a deal on Shark Tank? Tara Williams did just that and now her Dreamland Baby Company brings in $10 million a year! Listen Here.
Harold Jones has been the drummer for all the greats -- Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett and more. How do you maintain a career like that for more than 60 years? Listen Here.
July 12 was National Simplicity Day. Were you too busy to celebrate it? It's not too late. Take a moment to reflect on what you are filling your life with. Listen Here.
Laurie Zaleski has rescued more than 600 animals and they all live with her at the Funny Farm Rescue in New Jersey. Her best-selling book chronicles her life and the incredible Animal Tales that come with being a modern day Noah. Listen Here.
Sentinels of Freedom is a nonprofit that supports severely wounded and injured veterans as they transition back into civilian life. On Independence Day we need to honor those who continue to make sacrifices for our freedoms. Listen Here.
It's important to know not only what to say but also when to say it. After a long career at several Fortune 100 companies, I've learned lessons that are applicable no matter what size your business. Drew Aversa, a coach, motivational speaker and consultant asks me some probing questions on a historic day. Listen Here.
For 30 minutes, I talk with Jamie Riene about life in the Corporate World vs. being an entrepreneur. She extracted lots of tips from me about how to take control of your own career, what you need to do while transitioning to whatever comes next and the importance of networks. Listen here.