Last Monday, I was interviewed on Contact Talk Radio- consciousness in action- by Linda Rivero, host of Global Feminine Rising and Founder and CEO of Global Action Network, a celebration of women of the world.
We explored topics that led to getting answers to life’s BIG questions:
This video is based on a true story.
It’s also a Taiwanese commercial but don’t let your opinion of commercials stop you. This is no ordinary commercial.
It’s about 5 men, average age 81. They’re depressed, angry, sad, their bodies breaking down, and all have lived long enough to see loved ones die.
They answer a question that we all ask during our lives:
What is the point of living? Why live?
Money is tight for many of us. So here are great tips that will keep you within your budget and show you how to buy nutritious food for less.
Healthy Me, meaning not only physical health but the broadest definition of health which includes every aspect of your life.
We know that when we limit our attention to just one aspect of our life, success there does not ensure success elsewhere. For example, many of us want to lose weight with the hopes that it will make us happy. But we know too well, that weight loss does not guarantee happiness.
Here’s a cool way to kick the blahs. I promise. It’s worth your time.
Watch this video of an incredible “instrument de musique” that took a team a combined 13,029 hours of set-up, alignment, calibration, and tuning before filming this video. It’s already slated to be donated to the Smithsonian.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could do yoga at home and not have to drag yourself to the gym?
Wouldn’t it be better if the yoga class were FREE?
Do you enjoy being inspired?
I find the more I expose myself to inspirational words, people, and situations, the more I am likely to act that way, too. For me, learning is like being a sponge…I just keep soaking it up until I exude it.
Well, here’s a video of someone I found inspirational- Will Smith. The video is a compilation of interviews with Charlie Rose, The Today Show, CBS 60 Minutes, Ellen DeGeneres, Tavis Smiley, The Early Show, and others.
We all love having fun, right? Well, what if you could have fun AND enjoy better health? And help the environment. The possibilities are endless.
That’s the premise of The Fun Theory which “is dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better.”
Want to see it in action?
Last week, I had the honor of being invited by my dear friend Cherylyn Harley Le Bon to CORE’s Ambassadorial Reception and Awards Dinner on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday.
It also marked the twenty-fifth observance of the Federal legal holiday honoring Dr. King. The act set aside the third Monday of January as a time for Americans to reflect on the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by Dr. King.
His famous speech in which Dr. King uttered the immortal words, “I have a dream” can be heard here. Take the time to listen. It’s less than 18 minutes long and helped shape a nation. Why?
Have you ever considered your body as a corporation and you are the CEO? Tonight’s show with special guests Viki Goldberg and Wendy Schweifler will show the correlation between your body, eating and money, and the huge return on investment (ROI) this perspective offers you.