Wes Pinkston is an Entrepreneur and Transformational Business/Life Coach. At the age of 29, a profound inner transformation radically changed the course of his life. He is now devoted to understanding, integrating and deepening that transformation, which has marked the beginning of an intense inward journey. Weaving together both Western and Eastern influences, he is able to guide his client’s through their journey in all phases of life.
My guest today is going to help set the tone for 2017. Bill has had a very interesting spiritual life. On this episode he shares a lot of it and how his life has been guided by his inner voice. Bill, a former psychotherapist in private practice is a personal coach who works with women leaders. A popular presenter and speaker, Bill mesmerizes audiences with his vision of a new way to live without any compromise to the pleasure of your life that uses your unique talents as your special contribution to the world you live in.
Rene Brent is Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, an #1 International Bestselling author of the book How Big Is Your BUT?, international speaker and on faculty of The Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy. Rene has been an RN for over 25 years and has worked in ICU, Trauma/ER and Recovery Room. She helps her clients use the power of the deep inner mind to release blocks and reach personal and professional goals.
Mat Silverman is a board certified Osteopathic physician who practices internal and bariatric medicine in Northern New Jersey. He’s been practicing for 15 years and he recently found integrative and functional medicine as a way to improve the health and lives of his patients. His journey began after seeing how conventional medicine was not always serving his patient’s interests.
If you’ve ever felt stuck, you’ll want to listen to today’s episode. David Shriner-Cahn is the host of the business podcast, smashing the Plateau, the resource for business leaders who feel they have stalled. As President of TEND Strategic Partners, David works with business leaders who need to get unstuck from a mid-career plateau where they may be in danger of losing the spark that has helped them succeed.
Dr. ROBERT KEITH WALLACE is a pioneering researcher on the physiology of consciousness. His research has inspired hundreds of studies on the benefits of meditation and other mind-body techniques. Dr. Wallace’s findings have been published in Science, American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American. He received his BS in physics and his PhD in physiology from UCLA and conducted postgraduate research at Harvard University. Dr. Wallace is the founding president of Maharishi University of Management (MUM) in Fairfield, Iowa.
Dr. FREDERICK TRAVIS is a world-renowned neuroscientist who has discovered brain wave patterns in children and young people that correlate with greater moral reasoning, happiness, emotional stability, and academic performance. Dr. Travis has authored or coauthored 70 scientific papers, many published in leading peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Travis received his masters and PhD in psychology from Maharishi University of Management (MUM). After a two-year post-doctoral position at University of California at Davis, he returned to MUM to direct the EEG, Consciousness, and Cognition Lab.
JV Crum III helps established entrepreneurs create a Big Impact and Big Profits by growing businesses that make a difference in the world. He is a speaker, coach, Huffington Post columnist, author of “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference.” And host of the top-ranked “Conscious Millionaire Show & Podcast.” JV holds an MBA, JD, Masters in Psychology, and has built and sold successful companies.
And in today’s episode, he talks about how to put more soul in your business and make a difference in the world.
There’s a lot of talk again lately about finding a cure for cancer. What I don’t hear about is the preventive measures people can take to avoid or “cure” physical problems. In this episode, my goal is to help you think about alternatives before giving into drugs and surgery. I talk about a number of modalities that you may not have heard of before. Alternatives are usually safe and can provide relief in many ways.