Available for Interviews: Julie DeLucca-Collins
Julie DeLucca-Collins shows people how to create simple habits and go from overwhelm to self-doubt to having more peace, purpose, power, passion, and prosperity. She is the author of Confident You: Simple Habits to Live the Life You Have Imagined.
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How to Start the New Year Confidently:
As a new year approaches, many people are looking to put 2020 behind them, while others are uncertain what 2021 may bring. Starting a New Year means introspection, intentionality and planning.
1) Create an intention for the new year. May people create resolutions, but these fade as the year progresses. The first way in which you can build confidence in the new year is to focus on an intention. Intention is a mental state that represents a commitment to carrying out an action or actions in the future. Intention involves mental activities such as planning and forethought.
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Available for Interviews: Roger Hall.
Dr. Roger Hall has a doctorate in Counseling Psychology, is an Executive Coach to entrepreneurs and leaders, and is an in-demand public speaker throughout North America.
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Why We Keep Making Bad Decisions and How to Stop:
The issue with “go with your gut” depends on
how you define “gut feeling.”
Many people, who are experts in their fields, go with their gut and rarely go wrong. Here’s the reason. It is the difference between procedural memory and declarative memory.
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Available for Interviews: Ron Karr
Ron Karr is a Leadership and Influence Expert who presents to organizations worldwide and coaches CEO’s and Leadership Teams. He is the creator of the Velocity Mindset® and author of the CEO Bestselling Lead, Sell, or Get Out of the Way.
How to Use Your Intuition During Tough Times
You have greater velocity in life if you pause. In this case, we pause to listen to ourselves.
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Interview with Dr. Colleen Cira:
Dr. Colleen Cira is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist a trauma and anxiety expert, clinical supervisor, writer, speaker, consultant, and activist. She has been published numerously offering practical advice and tips to those seeking self-help.
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Raising Kids With Healthy Self-Esteem:
I’ve worked with hundreds of people struggling with childhoods that they need to recover from and therefore, low self-esteem. I am one of these folks as well so I have a unique perspective, and a lot to say, about this particular issue. Break the cycle of low self-esteem with these constructive strategies.
How do we raise kids with healthy self-esteem?
Available for Interviews: Glenn Matecun.
Glenn R. Metecun, CELA, is certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. He is also an expert in the estate planning space. Here are some talking points on how why estate planning is particularly important to women.
- Wills are not just for the wealthy. Wills are not just for “old people” (whatever “old” means nowadays). Women of all ages should have a Will as part of their comprehensive estate plan. A Will is part of a comprehensive estate plan that protects you while you are here (even if you are incapacitated), and ensures that your personal property, money and home are distributed to your loved ones in the most tax-friendly and efficient way possible.
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Interview Carol Barkes
Carol Barkes is a trend-setting mediator, business executive and educator specializing in the use of neuroscience to improve business performance, interpersonal communications, negotiation and conflict resolution processes for optimally successful results.
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4 Negotiation Takeaways From
Harry & Meghan’s Split From the Royal Family:
- Other people’s people can often make the problem worse than the original issue. We love our friends, family, and advocates for their undying support. That said, these same people can make our conflicts worse by only seeing our side and creating “evil plot twists” that make us look better at the expense of the person with whom we are having the conflict with. This tends to make matters more complicated and can skew the original points of contention. Instead, ask your supporters to stand down and leave this matter to the parties involved. Try not to triangulate the matter by talking to other people who are not involved with the situations. Stick to having conversations with the parties you are in conflict with and only seek to brainstorm with others about how to resolve them.
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