Saturday, May 11, 2019

Learning How to Rewire the Autistic Brain

  
Anita Lesko was a guest speaker at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC for World Autism Awareness Day.  Anita Lesko is an award-winning author and speaker.  She has a Master's of Science degree in nurse anesthesia specializing in neurosurgery, organ transplants, trauma/burns, and joint replacement surgery for the past three decades.    

She is on the panel of the Autism Spectum with the Autism Society of America.  She is a certified life coach specializing in the Autism Life Skills Coaching, Intgrative Health and Wellness Coaching and Halth Care Professional Coaching, and Executive/Corporate Coaching.

Anita Lesko






Using visualization since childhood, Anita Lesko re-wired her autistic brain which enabled her to fit into the mainstream with a successful career, happy marriage, and fulfilling life.  She is about to change the lives of millions on the autism spectrum.  


Listen to this amazing interview with Anita and realize there are no limits to what you can accomplish -- even if you are autistic!


Autism



Anita did not discover she was autistic until age 50

Dr. Tony Attwood:  "Anita's book is a bridge between our knowledge of the neurology of autism and the latest scientific theories of neuroplasticity.  The methods she taught herself, leading to her success, need to be integrated into the school curriculum, job coaching and therapy to facilitate skills that have previously been so elusive for those who have autism."

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Website

Amazon - purchase Becoming Autism Success Story here
Amazon - purchase Temple Grandin Stories here
Amazon - purchase Complete Guide to Autism Healthcare Professionals here
Amazon - purchase Aspergers Syndrome here

  

Asperger's Syndrome

In Asperger's Syndrome, Anita Lesko offers good basic actionable advice to parents from her side. Challenged with Aspergers and only diagnosed at age 50, helped her understand why she never had a real friend and why her life was so different and difficult from the rest of us.  Anita's life story is remarkable.


Autism healthcare


One in every 68 children is diagnosed with autism. This translates into millions of individuals on the spectrum. In The Complete Guide to Autism Healthcare, learn how you can improve hospital and doctor visits for these special needs patients with this in-depth reference book.

Temple Grandin

Temple Grandin is the most famous person with autism in the world. Whether you know her from the HBO movie Temple Grandin, her decades of work in the meat and cattle industry, or her unmatched contribution to the autism world, surely you know a thing or two about Temple. Well, prepare to meet a whole new side of her! Temple’s close friend and author, Anita Lesko, conducts personal and unique interviews that include chapters such as:

  • Filming of the HBO Movie Temple Grandin

  • Crazy Funny Stuff & Childhood Memories

  • Thrilling Events in Temple’s Life!

  • Work Hard to Succeed

  • Temple’s Big Message


  • And so much more!

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Determine That It Does Not Need to Be Over!

Lawrence Berger is a self-made entrepreneur who has survived eight car accidents and seven suicide attempts.  

Despite the trauma, Lawrence has been able to change his focus and his life.  He is a motivational speaker, author of eight books, five feature-length movies, two 'shorts,' wrote (and sold) a TV pilot.  He went from severely depressed to being a mentor, speaker, author, playwright, and nationally renowned poet.

He has taught multiple educational seminars sharing his secrets from a thirty-year sales career. Lawrence's self-help guide is used as a college text and he has also written nine poetry books.


If you know anyone who has struggled with depression, they need to hear Larry's story.  



Lawrence is a survivor!  Period! 

Listen to his compelling interview how he turned his life around from severe depression to being a mentor and encourager





Instant Poetry (Just Add Words!) is a collection of forty-eight of Lawrence Berger's instant poems. He has performed some of the poetry on stages along the West Coast and in upstate New York. 

But what is instant poetry? Some of these intriguing works were created by the author based upon people calling out words and sentences at his interactive poetry readings. Upon hearing these audience contributions, he fashioned a poem built around them. Other poems in the collection were written around the event described in the poem. Instant Poetry (Just Add Words!) offers a unique experience in poetry and creativity.







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Sunday, April 28, 2019

Determination Can Make You Unstoppable

Matt Rifenberg has a remarkable story of resilience, tenacity, and success. When
Cathy Goguen, an award-winning playwright heard his story she knew it would make a
great play. Together they produced that play with an incredible message.
Unstoppable by Design.
Matt Rifenberg and Cathy Goguen


Matt has been homeless, friendless, hungry, married to someone addicted to drugs, a
clueless father trying to raise his son, and had a brain tumor. He was terrified of what might
happen as a penniless, unemployed man without direction.

Currently, Matt is employed by the government engineering the destruction of chemical
weapons -- well-respected and successful in that community.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

How to Never Quit Climbing to Reach What Appears as Unattainable

Climbing life's mountains
Gary Sinclair is an author of three books, leadership coach, musician, and speaker.  With a master's degree in counseling, he provides wisdom, inspiration and practical help to overcome insurmountable mountains.  He has climbed nine 14,000-foot mountains but overcame even higher ones in his personal life.

Most people face hopeless situations of some degree in their lives - financial, grief and loss, relationship struggles, work issues, etc.  Often these summits seem impossible to reach but Gary applies the same principles to overcoming these problems with actual mountain climbing.  His insight is noteworthy.

His wife was faced with a three-stage cancer diagnosis and they were able to overcome that life-threatening experience and pass on their wisdom to us.  He explores perseverance, pushing through weariness, and the importance of taking one step at a time.


Important life lessons related to mountain climbing:


Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Hold On to the Good and Never Let Go


Lisa Kohn is the author of To The Moon and Back which is a term often associated with love.  But for Lisa, it had a much deeper meaning.  Lisa grew up in the East Village of New York City in the 1970s and in the Unification Church (the Moonies). 

Lisa was raised in two conflicting bipolar worlds.  Her mother's world was the fanatical, puritanical cult of the Moonies.  Her father's world was based on sex and drugs in the East Village of New York City.

In her interview, she shares how she escaped the lifestyle that almost destroyed her.  She was anorexic, addicted to cocaine and engaged to an alcoholic.  Today she has a successful leadership consulting and coaching practice and blessed with a happy marriage of over twenty years and two amazing children.

Listen as she shares her amazing transformation, what she learned, and how she offers hope to anyone struggling with self-destruction and esteem issues. 


Most of us know someone who has been swept into a world of addiction or poor choices which can be destructive.  You don't want to miss hearing Lisa's story of how she escaped what she calls "brain pickling" instead of brainwashing:

Saturday, March 9, 2019

How to Stay Calm Through a Life-Threatening Diagnosis


Crystal Duffy is an author, public speaker, teacher, parent advisor in the NICU and Mom to three daughters including a set of identical twins. Her high-risk pregnancy with her twin girls incited her writing career.

After surviving a two-month bed-rest extended NICU stay, high-risk twin pregnancy, and two-time near-death experience, Crystal was emotionally, physically, and spiritually transformed by her medical trauma. She wanted to share her “Emotional Tale of Empowerment” and inspire other families navigating through a similar journey with a message of strength, encouragement, and hope.


She has connected with thousands of families with her patient advocacy work and on her social media handles through her writing. Her essays on parenting have been featured in Woman’s World Magazine, Brain Child Magazine, and Twiniversity where she is a senior staff writer and teacher. She is thrilled for the launch of her forthcoming book Twin to Twin

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

How to Find Love on Craigslist



How does a 62-year-old woman who's never been married find happiness with a two-time widower seeking his third wife on . . . Craigslist!? Does she throw caution to the wind and relinquish her freedom, or should she take a crash course in compromises?

B. Lynn Goodwin owns Writer Advice, www.writeradvice.com. Her memoir, Never Too Late: From Wannabe to Wife at 62 was released in December.  It was a National Indie Excellence Award Winner and a two-category finalist at Next Generation Indie Book Awards. In addition, she has written You Want Me to Do WHAT? Journaling for Caregivers and Talent, which was short-listed for a Literary Light box Award, won a bronze medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards and was a finalist for a Sarton Women’s Book Award.





Sunday, February 3, 2019

You Can Overcome Your Past and Realize Your Dreams

Orly Amor is an internationally known speakerbusiness coach for public speakersNetworking Expert and author of several books. A visionary and a connector, Orly is passionate about helping people connect and build strategic alliances and their sphere of influence.










Orly Amor always enjoyed speaking and helping people change their 

lives and impact their circle of influence no matter where they are.  In property management for 25 years, she quickly established herself as a Subject
Matter Expert; publishing two books.  But she was not satisfied with the impact
she was making and wanted to increase it.


In 2006, Orly was asked to share at a woman's shelter but she declined.  They insisted and she relentlessly agreed.  It was there she met a woman who wanted to end her life but after hearing Orly's message she wanted to change her life and live it to the fullest.  This is the impact that Orly wanted to make for people.