A routine colonoscopy proves life-changing for my next guest, comedian Tim Kavanagh. He talks about his cancer diagnosis, the challenges he faced and his upcoming one-man comedy show to raise awareness about living with rectal cancer.
We're so busy trying to make it happen "out there," that we forget the secret to manifestation can only be found "in here." Dr. Steve Taubman's follow-up to his book, Unhypnosis, Buddha in the Trenches, does not disappoint. Ideal for those seeking balance
When Candy Weston met her partner, Tim Kavanagh, a beloved local celebrity, she didn't bargain for cancer being the third wheel in their relationship. She's writing a book on what to do when your partner's faced with a cancer diagnosis.
Abuse, discrimination, poverty—these were the major themes of JT McCormick's childhood. As an adult, JT added a new theme to the mix—success. JT McCormick went from the slums of Dayton, Ohio to being the CEO of a multimillion dollar company.
Do video games REALLY help train today's workforce toward prosperous bottom lines? Award-winning author Brad Szollose shares how to unite the unique learning and working styles of Boomers, GenX & Millenials into one cohesive team through his book.
Lt. Scott McGivern is a death investigator visiting families on the worst day of their lives to ask difficult questions surrounding the death of their loved one. He shares how Coffee with a Cop connects cops with community in unexpected, positive ways.
The number 1 cause of emergency room visits for people over 45 is something we don't even notice until it's too late - the loss of our balance. Author Jim Klopman explores how balance helps maintain athletic and mental agility.
Could the chronic loneliness of men in the US and lack of connection contribute to mass shootings and violence? Charlie Hoehn, author of Play it Away: A Workaholics Cure for Anxiety explores how play eases loneliness and encourages connection.
After tragedies such as the mass shootings, wildfires, and hurricanes, it's easy to feel lost and out of control. My guest, Dr. Debra Meehl, author of "Joyful Transformation" shares how radical acceptance can move you through times of great loss.
Why do people present so poorly? Tim Pollard, author of "The Compelling Communicator" outlines the essentials to making your ideas stick in presentations..
Not sure what to say to a mother who has lost her child? Joan Markwell, co-author of "Softening the Grief: What to Say and Do to Help a Bereaved Mother," helps us learn the right things to say and DO to help a grieving mother.
A Man, A Mule & A Mission: Bernie Harberts has done what many of us wish we could do - slowed down long enough to observe a sped-up world from the vantage point of a 21 square foot solar-powered wagon pulled by his mule, Polly.
Author Donna Hoffmeyer discusses how her and co-author, Kevin Cullis' book helps soldiers transition their military service into their new civilian adventure.
Entrepreneur and Author of Serve to Win, Mitch Durfee, tells how using his talents of serving in the Army for Iraq, Korea, and Afghanistan helped build his million+ dollar business ventures.
How 2 hippy women in the 80s transformed a rat-infested waterfront in Burlington, Vermont into a $30 million redevelopment project. Melinda Moulton tells the story of how using the power of naivete and re-development created a tourist mecca for the state of Vermont.