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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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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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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Available for Interviews: Teddi Ann Barry
Teddi Ann Barry, Esq. is a family attorney and writer and has been serving families through divorce and custody and has been practicing family law for over twenty years, and also comes with a wealth of experience in mediation and collaborative law.
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Protecting Your Business in the Event of a Divorce:
If you have your own business and are thinking about getting married or already married and starting a business, consider protecting your business from a possible divorce later.
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Available for Interviews: Dr. Karyn Eilber
Karyn Eilber, MD, is a board-certified urologist, an associate professor of urology & OB/GYN at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, and is an expert in women’s health and men & women’s sexual wellness.
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You’re sweating all the time, you can’t sleep, and overall you just don’t feel like yourself. Oh yeah, you’re in menopause. Your symptoms of menopause are so bad that you’re willing to take hormones even if they’re dangerous. But are they really? And how do you know what kinds of hormones to take?
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Available for Interviews: Paul Tracey
Paul Tracey is the Founder & CEO of Innovative Technologies, a Managed Security Service Provider in New York, and is a national speaker, cyber security educator, small business advocate, and author of Delete The Hacker Playbook.
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Top Cybersecurity Threats Next Year:
1. Phishing Attacks
Phishing attacks remain the most damaging and widespread threat to personal and business data. Phishing accounts for over 90% of breaches and has grown 65% in the last year. Phishing attacks are much more sophisticated and are much more convincing when pretending to be legitimate contacts. The issue is difficult to combat because social engineering attacks human behavior and not technology weaknesses.
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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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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:
Available for Interviews: Harry Abrahamsen
Harry J. Abrahamsen is Founder & CEO Abrahamsen Financial Group. His company offers customized wealth management solutions—creating plans and portfolios that protect, preserve, and grow client’s wealth. He was selected as one of the ten most dependable Wealth Managers in the Mid-Atlantic as published in Forbes magazine.
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Retirement Planning Post-Pandemic:
- Forced into early retirement? What should you do? It is important to seek new employment. Example: Take a top executive in PepsiCo who lost her job. She was in her late 50s. She worked with headhunters and did a lot of daily networking. Fortunately, she landed a great job.
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Interview: Dr. Colleen Cira, Psy.D.
Dr. Colleen Cira is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist as well as the Founder and Executive Director of Cira Center for Behavioral Health, PC. She is an anxiety and trauma expert as well as a consultant, supervisor, speaker, writer and advocate.
Talking points for an interview:
How Stigmas and Misconceptions on Mental Illness Impact Quality of Life, Opportunity, and Wellness
- For the longest time, mental health difficulties have been equated to being “crazy.” Women who struggle with mental health are typically seen as “hysterical” or “weak” and men can be perceived the same way or as “aggressive” and “angry,” depending on the presentation. And when we decide that someone’s experience isn’t valid for whatever reason (weakness, vulnerability, being “hysterical” being angry, etc.), not only do we disempower them, we also devalue them as a human being.
- That experience—of constantly feeling sidelined, not taken seriously, and devalued—can create a vicious cycle where people feel destined to fail or be misunderstood so they stop trying, which only increases people’s negative perceptions which only increases that person’s hopelessness and lack of effort to change things.
- I dream of a world where tears are a sign of strength, not weakness. Where genuine human connection, with your clients and colleagues, is seen as an asset, not a liability. Where being honest about the things that matter to you is seen as courageous, not unprofessional. Where vulnerability is seen as brave, not as overly sensitive or unhinged. Where periods of anxiety, sadness, or relational upset, are seen as HUMAN, not pathological.
Acceptance Versus Judgement
in Today’s Society
- Old habits die hard, don’t they! America, and the world really, has a long history of stigmatizing folks who struggle with mental illness and because we’ve been doing that for a long time, it’s built into our brains, our places of work, our families and every other system we can think of.
- When a problem is systemic—like this or racism, sexism, homophobia, etc.—it takes a lot of very conscious and deliberate effort by lots of different people over the course of decades to make individual changes and systemic changes that eventually lead to societal changes.
- Like most things, we’ve gotten a lot better about understanding mental health and therefore being more accepting of it, but we still have a long way to go.
Available for Interviews: Dr. Colleen Cira, Psy.D.
Dr. Colleen Cira received both her Masters and Doctorate from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Illinois. She’s the Founder and Executive Director of Cira Center for Behavioral Health, PC, a boutique group practice specializing in Women and Trauma with locations in Chicago and Oak Park.
She was named one of the “Top 100 Women in Chicago Making a Difference,” by Today’s Chicago Woman. Dr. Cira is a trauma and anxiety expert, clinical supervisor, writer, speaker, consultant, activist, wife, and Mommy to two little ones.
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