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Now displaying: January, 2020
Jan 27, 2020

There is life-changing power in the present moment, but how do you "get there?"

Jeffrey Schmitt discusses the power of words and how practicing gratitude will start to change your life. He and I also talk about how not to fight with the behavioral "branches", because it is your negative self-image root that is causing all your negative thoughts and "bad behavior."

Listen in now and start living your life with Unshakable Self-Confidence.

Jan 20, 2020

How does loving yourself and accepting your body help you avoid toxic relationships?

Denise Wiesner talks about how to change our 'negative narrative' in our heads, how to get unstuck from trauma, as well as how to love yourself, without any guilt or shame.

Listen in now to learn how you can start loving yourself T-O-D-A-Y!

Jan 13, 2020

Why is it that we give away our personal power? How do we stop?

Brad Warner discusses how nobody has power over you unless you give it away. As well as, how taking personal responsibility for your personal power brings a healthy self-confidence. In addition, he talks about break the grip of the ego and the illusion of who we really are.

Jan 6, 2020

Why is it that we readily cling to the pessimistic view of ourselves?

It is because we don't believe we can change and that we are capable of reinventing ourselves.

Joining me to discuss how change is possible is Dr. Ellie Katz, author of When Sane People Do Insane Things. Listen in now to learn more.

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