Abraham Hicks is here to talk about how important it is to be aligned with our desires and to feel good about them, long before we even have them, in order to bring them into our reality.
For more from Abraham Hicks, visit abraham-hicks.com. You can find today’s full clip here.
Robert Waldinger makes his first appearance on the show to share some insights from the longest study on human health and happiness, and proves the quality of our relationships is directly related to the quality of our lives.
Robert’s website is robertwaldinger.com. Today’s excerpt comes from Robert’s TED Talk, "What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness." You can watch the full talk here.
Les Brown is back to talk about what separates the people that pursue their dreams against any and all odds, and those that decide to quit as soon as things get hard.
For more from Les, visit lesbrown.com. Today’s clip comes from the audio program The Best of Les Brown Collection, available from audible.com.
Actor Matthew McConaughey makes his show debut to encourages us to ask ourselves what success means to us and pursue only that, rather than was society defines for us.
Today’s clip comes from Matthew’s speech at the University of Houston. You can watch the full talk here.
Stuart Wilde is here for this week’s Finance Friday episode, and points out some of the limiting beliefs we all hold about money and how our feelings and energy determine our financial situation.
For more from Stuart, visit stuartwilde.com. Today’s clip comes from Stuart’s Mastery of Money.
Dr. Ivan Young makes his first appearance on the show to talk about the importance of putting emotion into what you do,how the law of attraction really works, and what you can do to attract more of what you want into your life.
For more from Dr. Young, visit drdivanyoung.org.You can watch today’s full clip here.
Jim Rohn returns to the show to talk about time management and taking personal responsibility for yourself and your life, and focusing on what really matters.
Learn more about Jim at jimrohn.com. Today’s clip comes from The Ultimate Jim Rohn Library, available at audible.com and nightingale.com.
Hal Elrod, author of The Miracle Morning, makes his show debut today to share his incredible story of survival and proves that we can get through anything if we have the right attitude and gratitude for our experiences.
For more from Hal, visit halelrod.com. His book, The Miracle Morning, is available on amazon.com.
Bob Proctor returns to the show for Motivation Monday to remind us of the importance of the people we surround ourselves with, lays out a few steps for setting big goals and making them a reality.
For more from Bob, visit bobproctor.com. His next live event, Paradigm Shift, is in LA Feb 23-25th.
It’s another Finance Friday with Dr. John Demartini, who gives us another reminder that if you want to know what your true values are, all you have to do is look at what you spend your money on, and that if you want to create wealth it must be on the top of your value list.
Dr. Demartini’s website is drdemartini.com. His book, The Values Factor, is available on amazon.com.
Dr. Wayne Dyer is back to talk about the gift of imagination, and how anything you can imagine can become a reality in your life when you go about living in a way that is true to who you are.
To learn more about Dr. Dyer, visit drwaynedyer.com. You can watch today’s full talk here.
Ashley Stahl makes her QOD debut to share some common career myths and offers three questions you can ask to help find the career (and life) that is aligned with who you are.
For more from Ashley, visit ashleyinternational.com. You can watch today’s full talk here.
Brian Tracy is here for the first episode of the new year to talk about the keys to success in life and how the best way to accomplish your goals, no matter how big, is by taking small, consistent steps toward them every day.
For more from Brian, visit briantracy.com.
This week’s Finance Friday lesson comes from Les Brown, who talks about how important it is to value yourself and what makes you stand out, and how believing in what you have to offer is the only way to get others to believe in you and pay you what you’re worth.
For more from Les, visit lesbrown.com.
Dr. Rao is back to remind us that even though we can control our actions, we can’t control everything, and that a fulfilling life comes from investing in the process, rather than the outcome.
To learn more about Dr. Rao, visit theraoinstitute.com. You can watch today’s full talk here.
Isabelle Mercier is back on the show today to talk about the importance of figuring out what you need to do to be happy and healthy, and making a ritual of the habits that will turn you into your best self — because if you’re not your best self, the only person responsible is YOU.
For more about Isabelle, visit leapzonestrategies.com. Watch Isabelle’s full talk here.
John Assaraf returns to the show to share the importance of deciding what you want and setting goals, so that the Universe can guide you on how to achieve them.
John’s website is johnassaraf.com. You can watch today’s full clip here.
Lisa Nichols is back to tell a story about her son that shows how resilient we truly are, how strong we can be under pressure no matter, and that no matter what we may experience or be going through, as long as we keep moving forward everything is going to be okay.
For more from Lisa, visit motivatingthemasses.com. Today’s clip comes from Lisa’s presentation, How to Be a World Class Speaker that can Truly Move an Audience. You can watch it here.