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Writing to Self Heal and Preserve Your Family History

Perpetual mOetion With Dr mOe Anderson

Release Date: 03/07/2022

How To Become A Master Public Speaker & Communicator show art How To Become A Master Public Speaker & Communicator

Perpetual mOetion With Dr mOe Anderson

Brenden Kumarasamy is the founder of MasterTalk, he coaches ambitious executives & entrepreneurs to become the top communicators in their industry. He also has a popular YouTube channel called MasterTalk, with the goal of providing free access to communication tools for everyone in the world. In this episode, Brenden shares tips on virtual speaking, media interviews, sales pitches, varying your vocal tone, how to deliver dry information but remain engaging, strategies to manage Q&A, and how to end a speech.  See Brenden in action and access free training Brenden's free workshop...

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Sibongile Ngako is a Harvard educated corporate executive who believes that multifaceted women can accomplish tremendous things with compassionate support.  She is a strong advocate of female perspectives. Today, we're discussing how to overcome the top 5 financial challenges and how to be your authentic professional self! In this episode, we discuss the top 5 financial challenges women must overcome, the gender wage gap, how to pay yourself first, and why you should leave your children an inheritance.

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Let Go Of the Past and Start Living Your Best Life! show art Let Go Of the Past and Start Living Your Best Life!

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Midlife Misery is real and prevalent. A few years ago, Michelle Woods was filled with resentment and fixated on the person she wanted to be in the past to the point she almost ruined her marriage. She put her dreams in a closet and lived with misery. Reclaiming her joy led to a journey of self-discovery, renewal, and fulfillment. Today, she helps others let go of the past and create new dreams that fit them now. In this episode, Michelle and Dr. mOe discuss: how to design the life you really want, the key to saving your relationship, the importance of "forward" thinking, the difference between...

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Why Words Matter With Terre Short show art Why Words Matter With Terre Short

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Terre Short is a human potential developer and has been a coach in some capacity her entire career. She has more than 30 years of leadership experience and she has coached every level of employee including staff, senior leaders, physicians, and managers. She excels in assessing complex situations/challenges and helping others break them down with clarity into actionable steps. Terre is the author of "The Words We Choose: Your Guide to How and Why Words Matter." In this episode, Terre and Dr. mOe discuss:  How words like "if" and "but" minimize Why your Personal Podcast aka "internal...

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Is A Nomadic Life The Key to True Freedom? show art Is A Nomadic Life The Key to True Freedom?

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Meet Vi Vi Thai. She is a van lifer, minimalist, and Mystery School Initiate who left her life as a highly trained engineer in corporate America to follow her heart and become a nomad. She says we have been programmed to chaos but she has found true freedom using the ancient concept of Alchemy and not following society's rules. At the end of 2017, she left Vietnam for Canada. There, she embarked on a one-of-a-kind nomadic van-life adventure. Now, she helps others find their path and authentic selves for a fulfilled life of happiness. When she’s not planning her next adventure, you can find...

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BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)? Friendship Truths for Every Age show art BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)? Friendship Truths for Every Age

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Jessica Speer is a thought leader, speaker, and author with expertise in helping others cultivate healthy relationships. She has a master's degree in social sciences and is regularly featured in media outlets on topics related to parenting, social-emotional development, and friendship. In this episode, we discuss the meaning of friendship and related topics, including: *the difference between conflict and bullying *nine friendship truths *why social struggles intensity during adolescence *the seasonal nature of friendships *how parents, grandparents, and caregivers can support children...

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The Medical Benefits of Humor show art The Medical Benefits of Humor

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There's a problem with loving your neighbor like yourself if you don't love yourself well. Too many of us don't love our bodies, our careers, and our relationships. We are living in a state of endless crisis management. Joy doesn't just come in the morning, you have to plan for its arrival. In this episode, Dr. mOe expands on topics from her book "Success Is A Side Effect" which is now available on Audible! Learn how to manage your happiness like a business the medical benefits of laughter why habit is stronger than reason how Norman Cousins healed himself with humor therapy the difference...

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What's Your Mt. Kilimanjaro? Face Your Fears! show art What's Your Mt. Kilimanjaro? Face Your Fears!

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Have you ever faced an obstacle that seemed too big to move, climb or go around? I mean something huge like Mount Kilimanjaro, the dormant volcano that is the highest single free-standing mountain above sea level in the world!! Imagine tackling something challenging. Nancy Pickard, literally climbed that mega mountain at the young age of sixty-one years. Now, she helps others overcome their fears no matter the size or shape.  Nancy is the author of “Bigger, Better, Braver: Conquer Your Fears, Embrace Your Courage and Transform You’re Life." In this episode, we discuss: how to use fear...

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Belongingness With Sam Thiara show art Belongingness With Sam Thiara

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Cultural identity is a sense of belonging to a group based on numerous cultural categories, not just nationality or gender. Sam Thiara is a British-born Canadian. His parents grew up in Fiji and his grandparents are from India. As an adult, this lecturer, storyteller, author, and mentor longed to know more about his family in India. With nothing more than a faded photograph, he set out on an amazing journey of discovery. Hear his story and learn why knowing who you are is more important than knowing what you are going to do next!  Sam Thiara is a storyteller, author, educator, TedX...

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Toxic Masculininty and The Struggle to Love  show art Toxic Masculininty and The Struggle to Love

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What the heck possessed Will Smith to slap Chris Rock?  Dr. Eddie Capparucci is a licensed therapist certified in the treatment of pornography addiction. He works with men struggling with emotional regulation and various types of addictions as well as their partners. Dr. Capparucci has worked with professional athletes including NFL and MLB players and television personalities. In this episode, we’re discussing Will Smith and "Thee Slap", toxic masculinity, and Dr. Capparucci's latest book "Why Men Struggle to Love." It explains how men who do not receive the nurturing needed in the...

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Are you going to let other people tell your story? If you haven't written your personal history, that's exactly what will happen according to Linda Jones, the Writing Doula. Jones is a veteran journalist, writing consultant, and grief recovery specialist who provides writing solutions for storytelling, legacy-keeping, healing, and self-care. Many people avoid writing because of "red pen syndrome" from school writing assignments. However, writing can be part of self-healing and mood stabilization according to Jones. In this episode, we discuss-*legacy writing to document your personal history and genealogical information
*why newsrooms write obituaries for celebrities like Betty White long before they die
*how to turn your life history into a family heirloom
*why grieving family members are the worst people to write your obituary
*mental health benefits of expressive writing


Learn more about Linda Jones at thewritingdoula.com and https://afrobituary.com/.

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