Is Evergrande the Next Lehman Brothers?

Available for Interviews: Chris Janeway

Chris Janeway is Founder & CEO Fourth Point Wealth and coaches investors throughout southern CA.  He is also a national speaker, financial coach, and advocate for financial literacy.

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        • Evergrande, China’s 2nd largest developer and one of the top 500 worldwide companies by revenue, is facing a cash flow and debt crisis. With tentacles reaching throughout the Chinese economy, a default of Evergrande has recently been described as the next Lehman Brothers. Is that correct? Should global investors worry about Evergrande?

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4 Critical Tests for Women Over 40

Available for Interviews: Dr. Mimi Secor

Dr. Mimi Secor DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Women’s Health for over 40 years. She is a sought-after national speaker and consultant has been featured in numerous local and national media outlets. Dr. Mimi is also a fitness and health advocate, and is passionate about helping women to lose weight and feel great, and is the #1 international bestselling author of Debut a New You: Transforming Your Life At Any Age.

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Critical Test for Women Over 40:

There are certain routine screening tests that all women over the age 40 should be sure to schedule according to medical experts. These tests are critical because when it comes to deadly diseases, early detection saves lives. Here are 4 routine screening tests:

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Secrets for Top Performers to Thrive Without Overwhelm

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Karen Doll

Karen Doll, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist, professional coach, and the author of the forthcoming book, Building Psychological Fitness: How High Performers Achieve With Ease.

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Secrets for Top Performers

    • Avoid comparative anxiety: if you compare, you will despair.
    • Watch out for phantom expectations about what is “good enough.”

Ex: Good moms make homemade meals for their kids. 

Ex: Successful people are supposed to be promoted every two years. 

Ex: My inbox should be at zero.

Ex: I should be able to focus more.

    • According to who? According to what? There is no universal “good enough” scale. For perfectionists, the goal post just keeps moving. You won’t arrive.
    • Re-frame your “shoulds.” Shoulds are heavy with judgment and self-persecution. Reframe I should work out today vs. It would feel great if I went to the gym.


Interview: Dr. Karen Doll

Karen Doll, PsyD, is a Licensed Psychologist, Consultant, and author of Building Psychological Fitness (forthcoming November, 2021). She has spent nearly 25 years partnering with industry-leading organizations and coaching high-achieving professionals; she is motivated by a desire to help people thrive, enhance well-being, and optimize leadership skills at every phase, from burgeoning new entrants to accomplished senior leaders. Throughout her career, she has remained committed to mental health awareness and advocacy.


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Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

The 2020s Workplace Is Redefining What It Means to Be Human-Centric

Available for Interviews:  Leni Rivera

Leni Rivera is a Workplace Experience specialist and author of its very first book in the industry, Workplace Experience. Her passion is creating work environments that enable employees to be both productive and happy, regardless of where that is. 

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The 2020s Workplace

    • The pandemic has shaken up many aspects of our lives, among them are the ways in which we’ve re-evaluated our lives, our priorities, and how we value ourselves and others. This invaluable, albeit unexpected, new insight has also impacted the things we’ve come to expect from our workplace.

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When True Crime & Halloween Meet: Why We Are Obsessed With the Dark Side

Available for Interviews: Dr. Hope Umansky

Dr. Hope Umansky is an American Culture College Professor with a PhD in Clinical Psychology.

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Our Obsession With True Crime /Halloween:

Human beings are obsessed with Halloween and true crime because we are always in the proverbial “heart of darkness” (from Joseph Conrad’s 1902 novella) in our minds—and this has a deep Freudian meaning—celebrating the ID—our most animal and dark nature that has no gatekeeper or impulse control.  

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What to Pack in Your Child’s Lunch for Optimal Performance

Available for Interviews:  Tibor Deme

Tibor Deme is a Sports & Nutrition Specialist, Elite Personal Trainer, and Habit Transformation Expert. He is also the Founder of LifeBoostFit and accompanying app.

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Your Child’s Lunch: What to Pack, What to Avoid, and Why

How children are taught to perform in school is crucial to their development, and as parents, we need to provide them with all of the necessary tools for success. One of those tools is the right nutrition to keep them focused, alert, satiated, and energized throughout the day. 

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How to Take Charge of Your Recovery at Home Following a Surgery or Hospital Discharge

Available for Interviews:  Dr. Cleamon Moorer, Jr.

Cleamon Moorer, Jr., DBA, is President and CEO, American Advantage Home Care, Inc. His home healthcare agency has served thousands of patients all throughout Metro Detroit. He is also the bestselling author of From Failure to Promise: 360 Degrees.

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Recovering at Home:

      • Identify and communicate with your Primary Care Physician (PCP) prior to your hospital stay to see if they will sign orders and/or write a prescription for home health care.

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Why Are Millions of Highly Qualified Managers Across the US Denied Access to an MBA?

Available for Interviews: Mat Jacobson

Mat Jacobson is the Founder & CEO of the Ducere Global Business School, and as a thought leader on innovation within education, is creating some of the industry’s most innovative educational platforms and projects. He is a regular media contributor on topics of business, innovation and entrepreneurship, and has appeared in articles including Wealth Creator, Marketing Magazine, Business First, Smart Magazine, Start-Up Smart and Business Builders.

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Why Qualified Managers Are Denied Access to an MBA:

  • 23.8M managers work across the US are helping to drive the economy of every sector of industry and government.
  • Many of these managers were able to live the traditional American dream, do well in High School, get accepted to college, and graduate. After a few years, they have the option to undertake an MBA, to further propel their careers into the industrial stratosphere. 

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5 Steps to Break Free From Stress and Anxiety Naturally (Without Quitting Your Job)

Available for Interviews: Dr. Alice Fong

Alice Fong, ND, is an integrative naturopathic doctor specializing in stress, integrative medicine, diet & weight loss, and is a business growth consultant for holistic healthcare providers.

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Breaking Free From Stress and Anxiety Naturally:

When your body or mind is stressed, your “sympathetic nervous system” is activated. It is better known as the “fight or flight response.” What happens to our bodies when we’re in this “stress” mode is our heart races, pupils dilate, we sweat, and our blood pressure and cortisol rises. It’s an important system to have to be able to exercise or handle dangerous situations. However, the problem is, if we are ALWAYS in this “stress mode,” it overworks our adrenal glands, which is responsible for the output of the hormone cortisol in our bodies. Eventually the adrenal glands will be depleted over time, which can lead to the brain fog, fatigue, sleep disturbances, weight gain, and it makes us more susceptible to getting sick. 

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6 Remedies to Help Treat The Flu

Available for Interviews: Saundra Dalton-Smith, MD

Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is an internal medicine physician, a work-life integration researcher, and an international expert on mind-body-spirit connection. She is also an international speaker and bestselling author of Sacred Rest: Recover Your Life, Renew Your Energy, Restore Your Sanity.

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Treating the Flu:

On top of the Coronavirus pandemic, the flu season is here too. Beginning in early fall to mid-spring, the number of diagnosed cases of the influenza virus begins to rise. In any given year 10-20 percent of the population will become infected with the flu. Characteristically the symptoms of the flu are very similar to the common cold; however, these two diseases are the result of different viruses. The flu often presents with fever, headache, body aches, fatigue, sneezing, and cough. The common cold, however, tends to have more sinus involvement with a stuffy or a runny nose and is much milder than the flu. The flu is more likely to result in progression to pneumonia or bronchitis which increases the mortality rate of this virus.  The elderly and the young are most at risk.

The best defense against the flu is a healthy immune system. However, if you do contract the flu, the following are 6 helpful tips you may want to consider to help alleviate the symptoms.

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