Serial Winners: Acheiving Success Again And Again as author Larry Weidel now reveals the secrets of Serial Winners – those rare few who are able to succeed not once, but over and over again. In his new book, SERIAL WINNER, he busts the myths that hold people back from achieving their dreams in all the areas of their lives. Anyone can use these secrets to overcome the obstacles preventing them from winning.
Weidel knows from firsthand experience that anyone can be successful. Before he made it big, he was at the bottom, trying to support his young family. But he spotted an opportunity and built a business from a small organization into a national, award-winning financial services company. In addition to his stellar success, he created a team that consistently outperforms, and has observed and worked with people who have done the same.
The Anatomy of a Calling is a new book by Lissa Rankin, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine and The Fear Cure, is a physician, speaker, founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute, and spiritual seeker. Passionate about what makes people optimally healthy and what predisposes them to illness, she is on a mission to merge science and spirituality in a way that not only facilitates the health of the individual; it also heals the collective. As she became aware of how fear dominates modern culture and how such fear predisposes us not only to unhappiness but to disease, she began researching ways to befriend fear so we can let it heal and liberate us, opening us up to greater compassion, not just for others, but for ourselves. Lissa has starred in two PBS specials and also leads spirituality workshops, both online, as well as at retreat centers like Esalen, Kripalu, and Omega. When doing what she can to sprinkle pixie dust on a fear-based culture, Lissa loves to hike, ski, and dance. Read her blog and learn more at LissaRankin.com.
Her work has been featured extensively in the national media, including O magazine, The New York Times, CNN, Health, Women’s Health, Self, Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan. In The Anatomy of a Calling, which has been described as a genre-busting “spiritual self-help book dressed up as a memoir,” Lissa Rankin, MD makes a simple yet revolutionary claim: We are all, every single one of us, heroes. We are all on what Joseph Campbell calls “a Hero’s Journey;” we are all on a mission to step into our true nature and fulfill the assignment our souls were sent to Earth to fulfill.
Byron White talks to the author of Design the Life You Love: A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Meaningful Future, Ayse Biedel. The book is described as a joyful, inspirational guide to building the life you’ve always dreamed of, using the principles and creative process of an award-winning product designer.
Ayse Birsel is the Co-founder and Creative Director of the award-winning design and innovation studio, Birsel+Seck, and the creator of Design the Life You Love, a coursework and book that teaches non-designers how to create a meaningful life using her design process, Deconstruction:Reconstruction™, and its tools.
It’s difficult to ask anybody ‘How are you?’ without hearing the word ‘busy’ somewhere in their response. We feel overwhelmed by busyness because of the demands on our time: our inbox and our to-do list are bulging, a huge amount of people expect things from us and our organisations are trying to do more with fewer people.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. In reality, busyness isn’t essential. Yes, there is a lot to do, but believing you’re always busy because you have so much to do is both false and unhelpful. Busyness is a normal response to a world of too much, but it isn’t the only response.
In Busy Tony Crabbe draws on solid psychological research to address one of the great problems of modern life: we’re too busy. But it isn’t a time-management book. Rather than providing advice for increasing productivity and efficiency, it sets out four key strategies (corresponding to sections of the book) for thriving despite of the overload of too much
Don’t Feed The WorryBug shares the secret to keeping worries from getting monstrous. Author Andi Green explains the WorryBug, and how Parents are hungry for resources that help their kids with what experts would call Social Emotional Learning. Fortunately, there s a growing pool of resources for parents to support the social and emotional development of their kids. More than 3,000 titles come up in a search of the Amazon book store for children s books about emotions. One of our favorites is the WorryWoos series, a set of books and accompanying plush toys that do a stellar job of making emotions tangible for kids in a way that feels empowering to both parents and kids.
Today on Life Tips Byron White is joined by Bernie Siegel author of Love, Animals & Miracles: Inspiring True Stories Celebrating the Healing Bond. The stories in this new book offer funny and heart-touching, true-life experiences that convey loving connections, amazing rescues, and healing with (and by) animals — both wild and domestic.
Today on Life Tips Byron White is joined by Rebecca Campbell, Author of Light Is The New Black. Rebecca Campbell is a best selling author, inspirational motivational speaker, spiritual teacher, and a grounded spiritual mentor and practical intuitive guide. Byron and Rebecca chat about her book which is a guide for a new breed of women who are here to be bright lights in the world.
Today on Life Tips Byron White is Joined by Ken Goldstein, author of Endless Encores: Repeating Success Through People, Products and Profits . They discuss the way to repeating success by concentrating on three essentials – people, products, and profits, in that order.
Byron white is joined by Dick Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?, about several points in the book, as well as Dick’s thoughts when he published the book in 1970. Join us and listen as Byron and Dick chat about the wonderful journey taken to create this legendary job hunting guide.
Byron White talks with Dr. Richard (Dick) Nisbett about his book Mindware: Tools for Smart Thinking. Nisbett discusses how to frame common problems in a way that these scientific and statistical principles can be applied to them. He also suggests the best methods for teaching others how to use powerful problem-solving concepts including the law of large numbers, statistical regression, cost-benefit analysis, sunk costs and opportunity costs, and causation and correlation effectively in peoples daily lives.