We are always to told to increase our exercise for optimal health. But, when does too much of a good thing become destructive to our health. Katherine Schreiber reveals The Truth About Exercise Addiction (her new book) when she joins host Michael McEvoy .
Michael McEvoy interviews Gregg Levoy about how passion plays out in our lives. In Gregg’s new book, Vital Signs, both passion and dis-passion are explored. Are you engaged or dis-engaged? Either way, you will discover that passion can be cultivated. Learn how to become dynamically passionate. It is your birthright.
Host Michael McEvoy, talks with Andy Eschtruth about the challenges facing the 50% of Americans who will not have enough money to retire. Find out what you can do to avoid being one of them. Andy offers common sense solutions that will have you sleeping better at night.
Ok, so the U.S. has 54 Trillion in total debt. Will it ever be paid back? What does such a large debt mean for the average Joe, and their future going forward. Big issue, big problem… but not insurmountable according to our guest Ed Kleinbard.
Are you a Facebook addict? Dr. Suzana Flores shares how Facebook affects our life both positively and negatively. She provides tips on how you can use Facebook properly without jeopardizing your privacy or social relationships.
Nina Lesowitz has discovered that grateful living can transform lives. Grateful people are happier people. Discover how to rise out of adversity to new life. Her book, The Grateful Life, will help people on their journey to create the life they’ve always wanted.
How do you manage customer experiences in our fast paced, high technology era? Industry veteran, John Goodman shares how you can use CRM systems, cutting-edge metrics, and other tools to deliver customer satisfaction. Great companies provide seamless experiences. Find out how you can wow your customers.
What is your decision making style? Jeff Shinabarger shares with us his techniques on how we can make better choices in our everyday lives. Decision making can beremarkably difficult sometimes, but it doesn’t have to be. In this interview, you will learnhow to easily handle the decision making process, even in the most difficult situations.
Can weovercome the biases that make us miserable and redesign our environments to make it easier to experience happiness, fulfilment, and even health? In this interview Paul Dolan reveals surprising research that shows that what you think is not as important as what you do when it comes to being a happier, more fulfilled person. Dolan says that where you put you attention is key, as well as balancing pleasure… Read More »
Just when you thought you had the “right” diet, another book or study pops up that tells you that you have it all wrong. Good carbs, bad carbs… high protein, low protein. Can we please just have an informed answer? T Colin Campbell, author of The China Study, and The Low Carb Fraud lends his 50 plus years as a nutritional researcher to getyou on the right path toward a… Read More »
Do you always have a coffee, soda, or energy drink in hand? Then you must be a caffeine-addict! Murray Carpenter reveals just how pervasive caffeine is in the world. He shares with us the positive effects of caffeine – from increasing alertness and boosting our moods to – it’s downside including health issues and corporate tactics to keep us hooked.
What is success and how do you achieve it? Karissa Thomas shares with us the steps and tips on how to achieve and sustain sucess by having the right mental attitude and the conviction to “make it happen”.Join host Michael McEvoy as Karissa Thomas spreads some infectious “can do” spirit and practical know-how to help you take it to the next level.
Find out what it takes to create and sustain a profitable business as host Michael McEvoy interviews James Fischer, a business consultant with over 30 years of experience, consulting with over 1000 small and large businesses. The game changes as you grow! Navigating the Growth Curve gives you the tools you need to know to avoid becoming a casualty of your own business success.
Find out how the Senior Vice President of Walgreens built a better place for people with disabilities. Randy Lewis changed the course of corporate history by deploying people with disabilities in their company, while providing equal pay and benefits. Learn more on how his personal experience with hisautisticson led him to this silent revolution and how he was able to improve himself, his family life, build a better place… Read More »
Things seem to be rolling along pretty well with the U.S. economy now. But, Alan Beaulieu, President of ITR Economics, says it won’t all be “roses” in a few years. Alan shares tips and strategies on how to prepare and survive the coming Great Depression. It’s not all gloom and doom, but you’ve got to do some planning. Alan shares where the economy is headed and provides advice on how… Read More »
What are the ingredients for startup success? Things like Vision, Ideas, Action, People, Product and Risk Taking to name a few. Frank Gruber shares his recipe for what it takes to successfully start, grow, and thrive in a new business. We also discuss the realities that men and woman face as business owners, as well as working in the corporate world today.
Russ Whitney had it all… a $250 million business he built from scratch… millions of dollars in real estate holdings… a mansion, cars, private jet… and a loving family. Then suddenly, in 2008, his life imploded. Whitney was forced out of the company he founded, his marriage unraveled, his relationship with his kids became strained, and he turned to alcohol for comfort. Learn what it took for him to turn… Read More »
Dr. Epler, Harvard professor, uses evidence-based science to clear up misconceptions about how to eat for health and explains how to rev up your personal energy generator. His tips for energizing your life will show you how to keep going strong all day, every day, while shedding pounds and reducing your disease risk. We talk about the information presented in his book, FUEL FOR LIFE: Creating Level-10 Energy. Things like:… Read More »