The best way to save on healthcare costs is to stay healthy. Since most physical problems are the result of poor lifestyle choices, you have the ability to stave off chronic problems and serious dis-ease by making different choices. In this episode, I discuss some of the alternatives to traditional allopathic medicine.
After working in traditional financial firms since 2007 and then going to work for a NY start-up Sophia Bera decided to quit her job to launch her own firm, Gen Y Planning. Now, she’s location independent and is the top Google search for “Financial Planner for Millennials.”
Sophia’s been quoted in The New York Times, Forbes, Business Insider, AOL, The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine and more. She was recently named one of “10 Young Advisors to Watch” by Financial Advisor Magazine and one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by InvestmentNews.
An Adventurous Entrepreneur
After leaving a full-time job with Apple Retail, Zephan Blaxberg had a series of interesting experiences before he started his podcast, the Year of Purpose, early this year. He interviews entrepreneurs and experts all over the globe who are living a life on their own terms, which is exactly what he’s doing – and I’ll let him fill in the details.
Awfulizing is a term coined by psychologist Albert Ellis. It refers to an irrational and dramatic thought pattern, characterized by the tendency to overestimate the potential seriousness or negative consequences of events, situations, or perceived threats.
An Exploration of Inner Worlds
Jennifer Lipski is the co-creator of the online community network, MyMetaWorld: Inner Wisdom in Community. She has been working in health and wellness in different capacities. She is a published writer, public speaker, avid home cook and animal advocate with a BS in Technical & Science Communications and is currently completing her MA in Transpersonal Psychology.
Can You Really Easily Make Money Online?
I recently received an email with the subject, “Can you create a 50K a month Webinar?” Of course, the copy said you can. This kind of over-the-top claim is rarely true. I’ve been doing tele-classes and webinars for 12 years and have been doing business online for 20, so I think I can give you a realistic overview of the potential for earning money online.
Tanya Taylor Rubinstein, www.TheSoloPerformanceCoach.com, is one of the world’s premier Solo Performance Coaches and Directors. Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she works with actors, writers and other creative people to create outstanding One-Person Shows that are performed at theaters, festivals and conferences world wide. Her work has been featured in O The Oprah Magazine, where it was called “a gift and a necessity,” on NPR, in BackStage and on CBS (The Early Show). She is also the co-editor of the book The Cancer Monologue Project.
Because we have so many new listeners, I wanted to give you all a chance to listen to this episode that explains the basic theory I work with.
Tip of the Week:
If you use a Kindle or read Kindle books on the Kindle App, you may have tried to copy your highlights and discovered that you can’t do this. However, there is a way to copy your highlights and notes. Here’s how:
Go to http://kindle.amazon.com and sign into your account.
On the top Navigation bar is a link that says Your Highlights. Click this link and you will see all of your Kindle books and the highlights you have made. You can now copy the text and use however you wish.
I heard this on Ray Edwards Podcast
Now as a business speaker, trainer and author of THINK Like a BLACK BELT and THE SENSEI LEADER, Jim is in demand internationally touring and speaking to corporate and conference audiences. He appears regularly on TV and radio including such programs as BBC Worldview and FOX News.