Wednesday, October 9, 2019

How To Live Life Like Animals Teach Us


Dr. Joanne Lefebvre is a veterinarian promoting intuitive medicine.  Dr. Joanne's first book, "Animal Teachings from Hayley's Angel's Methods" is a guide for better living for both animals and humans.  During her years of practice, she helped over 10,000 pets when it was their time to pass.  

She created a very successful in-home end of life care/euthanasia service and, sadly, became a prisoner of it.  The stress involved with watching so much anguish and suffering was overwhelming.  She fired herself and closed down the service.  She moved across the country to regain her balance and save her life -- the hardest challenge she ever faced.  

Dr. Joanne explains what animals teach us and how to live our lives as they do.  She shares these lessons in her book and in her interview:





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Animals have inspired Dr. Joanne to be resilient like they are, to never give up and to always believe in a brighter tomorrow.  Each life counts and is valued and deserves a chance at life, love, respect, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Dr. Joanne shows us how to embrace the teachings of animals on our path to living a meaningful life in harmony and balance.   Learn how to enhance your intuition to make better decisions for you and your pets.


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Thursday, September 19, 2019

How to Survive Your Greatest Challenge



Deborah (Deb) Brandon, PH.D., is a brain injury survivor.  She is also a professor in the Mathematical Sciences Department at Carnegie Mellow University.  Deb has raised awareness of and improved understanding of brain injury. 

Deb is an award-winning author of two books:  But My Brain Had Other Ideas:  A Memoir of Recovery from Brain Injury and Threads Around the World: From Arabian Weaving to Batik in Zimbabwe."

Deb's sheer stubbornness and determination got her through one of the greatest challenges anyone has ever encountered.  In her interview, she shares her secrets on how to realize your gains instead of your losses through any adversity.





Wednesday, August 28, 2019

How To Live Life Like a Dog

Maureen Scanlon
Maureen Scanlon is the founder and CEO of Maureen Scanlon Life Coaching. She is a relationship expert, motivational speaker, and positive change integrator who has successfully helped people make positive changes to overcome past experiences and negative thinking.

Most people go through their daily routines oblivious to the beauty of life and others around them. They often do not realize the impact they have on the world -- and miss out on so much. 


Monday, August 19, 2019

Living in a World of Sexual Secrets






Patricia Eagle was thirteen when the sexual relationship with her father - a relationship that began when she was four years old -- ended. Patricia's journey is one of courage and hope as she finds the strength to see what was unseeable - and finally speaks the unspeakable to help herself and others.





For Patricia, shame became too great a burden. Not speaking up added to that weight. Sexual abuse is so prevalent - so many abused children, so many perpetrators injured in some way that leads them to inflict injury - and all this in our big world of secrets. How can anyone get help when we don't talk about this? Patricia decided to step into that pool of courageous survivors who have told their story. She believes that continuing to stay silent would have killed her.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

How to Counter the Lies You Tell Yourself

Tina Yaeger is an author, podcast host, licensed counselor, life coach, and a speaker with a passion for encouragement.  

Tina teaches how to bust through common lies women believe and how to counter falsehoods.  A self-image makeover helps women identify the issues which handicap them and how to recognize and refute negative self-talk.  She will help you unlock the secrets to mental strength and to recognize common habits that can be toxic.




Tina is 'wired' as an encourager and is passionate about helping others who struggle with low self-worth.  As a young teenager, she felt unlovable which led to an eating disorder that lasted into her college years.  During her third year of college, still in the grip of the eating disorder, she was assaulted and has vivid memories of shuffling along the gutter, leading for death after this attack. 

In her interview she discusses:
  • the key ways to identify a lie
  • specific lies about femininity and significance
  • how to counter falsehoods

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Do You Want to Be the One Who Starts the Chain Reaction?


Darrick T. Miller Jr. is an author and motivational speaker who is reaching his generation -- black male and female millennials. His books are written with a two-fold purpose. First to inspire hope and faith to a generation of men and women who feel there is little hope for them. And, secondly, to anyone who wants to understand and relate with millennials.
No matter what your age or race, Darrick has tremendous insight and passion to help others. His message: DARE TO BE YOU! and Do NOT allow circumstances to change you. Each of us can benefit from Darrick's books and this interview.



Darrick's books are designed to guide and direct you as well as ignite your dreams despite any negative circumstances, age, or race. He discusses subjects that are taboo in many circles - but desperately need to be shared.
Darrick believes that each of us has a message that can make an impact. All we need to do is find our gifts and calling.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

How Do You Deal with Accidental Death of Your Fiance


fourteen day engagement

Natalie Jenkins is from a small town in Kentucky.  She has a bachelor's degree in foreign languages and enjoys writing.  A simple life that she planned to share with the love of her life.  She got engaged and 14 days later, her fiance was killed.  

Her story begins with his death.  Not only did she have to cope with her grief but his accidental death was covered up by the authorities because it was a policeman who killed him.  

Saturday, June 15, 2019

No Matter How Bad Things Seem, You Can Overcome


Terry Tucker
Terry Tucker has had many challenging jobs during the course of his career including a SWAT Team hostage negotiator ….. but his greatest challenge was a personal one.  Terry’s story of overcoming this incredible challenge will encourage you on many levels.  Terry is an author, a motivational speaker and his blog, Motivational Check, has daily posts of inspiration.

During his time in law enforcement and over my years of battling cancer, Terry has seen many people die. He noticed that the people who died peacefully were the ones who were able to find their purpose and live it. Conversely, the people who begged for more time and fought their demise, where those who had never done much with their lives. In many cases, these people never even looked for their purpose.