Dr. Ken Nedd is a practicing medical doctor who treats patients from far and wide for stress disorders. He is also speaker, author, and highly sought after expert on stress and happiness. He’s the author of Power of Stress, which is used as a textbook at New York University, and The Time to Be Happy Is Now 1:30. His daily television program, One Minute with Dr. Ken Nedd has aired on Canada’s CTV and other networks. Over 500 episodes of his radio show have been syndicated in several countries.
In my book, Build Your Money Muscles, I introduced the idea that money is a symbol of relationship because it represents energy passing between two people or entities. In this episode I talk about how you can use money as a window into your relationship with yourself and others and how to improve your relationship with money.
My guest today is Kim Ades, who is president and founder of Frame of Mind Coaching and JournalEngine™ Software. She is an Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach, and mother of five and Kim is known as one of North America’s foremost experts on coaching with a focus on mindset and thought mastery. By using her unique process of combining coaching with journaling, she works with clients who are intelligent, driven and ambitious, and helps them examine and shift their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results. When you listen to this episode, you’ll appreciate Kim’s entrepreneurial genius.
Recently, I visited a site that was promoting a webinar, and the site copy said, “Together we’ll show you EXACTLY how to have a full-on enlightened experience, even if you’ve never meditated a day in your life!”
The fact is, if you’re in a hurry to get enlightened, that’s not enlightenment. In this episode, I examine what the words enlightenment and spirituality mean.
Today, I’m talking about another aspect of connection. I start with a story of an experience I had years ago during the time when I had given my things away. It was amazing. I could see lines of light connecting all of the people with whom I was sharing a bus ride.
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 https://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
How Your Childhood Experience of Touch Influences Your Business and Finances
In past episodes, I’ve talked about the need for connection and how that need often leads to bad decision making. In this episode, I take the idea a step farther and examine how our need for touch can affect our business and our finances, especially when it comes to under-earning. Read more
One of the questions I get most often is, “Why can’t I reach my income potential?” In today’s episode I discuss some of the factors that can lead to what might be considered under earning, with a focus on expectations that develop in early childhood that affect your financial outcomes.
How Simplifying Can Give Your Life Meaning and Purpose.
Joel Zaslofsky is the host of the Smart and Simple Matters Podcast and the curator and simplifier behind Value of Simple and the SimpleREV movement. In March 2012, two years after his personal renaissance shook him awake, he quit his cushy corporate job to help people simplify, organize, and be money wise. When he’s not enjoying nature, making his wife smile, or playing with his two young sons, he’s living intentionally, being Paleo, and Experience Curating.
My Right Professional Description
In this episode, I share the process I’m going through trying to find the right “label” for the work I do. Our culture requires that we call ourselves something, but sometimes, that’s hard to pinpoint in a few words.
I also look at the emotion of sorrow, which is often passed down through generations.