September 18, 2014

 

Interview with Julie Morgenstern, author of the book Making Work Work: New Strategies for Surviving and Thriving at the Office

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Want to be that indispensable employee? Well here are some great ideas.

 

Julie Morgenstern:
The people who are the most valued are the ones who work closest to the revenue line. 
 


Julie Morgenstern


September 17, 2014

 

Interview with Mark Babbitt, co-author of the book A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Social media such as Facebook and Twitter have been dismissed by many business leaders as being a fad but more and more it seems that…

 

Mark Babbitt:
Socials not a fad it’s not going away this is the way that business is done. The Industrial age is dead, the social age is upon us and we need to embrace that.
 


Mark Babbitt


September 16, 2014

 

Interview with Shane Snow, author of the book Smartcuts: How Hackers, Innovators, and Icons Accelerate Success

 

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Mike Carruthers:
It’s a pretty common belief that in order to get ahead and be successful you have to pay your dues.

 

Shane Snow:
You need to start somewhere and work the hard hours and make sure that they see you and then wait for a spot to open up on the ladder above you. And what you see is that these innovative people throughout history completely ignore that advice.

 


Shane Snow


September 15, 2014

 

Interview with Linda Carroll, author of the book Love Cycles: The Five Essential Stages of Lasting Love

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Our view of what love and relationships are supposed to be may be a bit off because…

 

Linda Carroll:
Relationships have seasons and our culture is very strong on the 1st season which is the merge. Which is mediated by hormones and chemicals and when we fall in love we’re not in our rational mind.
 


Linda Carroll


September 12, 2014

 

Interview with Michael Michalko, author of the book Cracking Creativity: The Secrets of Creative Genius

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
How creative a person are you?

 

Michael Michalko:
Creativity is the ability to look at the same information as everyone else and see something different.
 


Michael Michalko


September 11, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. Edward Creagan, author of the book How Not to Be My Patient: A Physician's Secrets for Staying Healthy and Surviving Any Diagnosis

 

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Mike Carruthers: 
There are a lot of people walking around today who really should be dead.

 

Edward T. Creagan, M.D.:
I have a formal presentation on miracles and I have the Cat scans and I have the MR scans and I have the pathology report. Patients who should have died twenty-five years ago continue to live meaningful productive and creative lives.
 


Dr. Edward T. Creagan


September 10, 2014

 

Interview with Martha Lasley, author of the book Courageous Visions: How to Unleash Passionate Energy in Your Life and Your Organization

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Everyone should be living their dream, it just makes sense. What on earth could be more important than living your dream?

 

Martha Lasley:
You would think, what I noticed though is a lot of people have their dreams squashed - usually by well-meaning well-intentioned adults who try to steer them towards certain professions or outside of what they really care about.
 


Martha Lasley


September 9, 2014

 

Interview with John Presto PsyD, author of the book Lift Your Mood Now: Simple Things You Can Do to Beat the Blues

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Everybody from time to time will get sad and have the blues.

 

John D. Preston, Psy.D.:
Clearly the things that work best are to make a point to get engaged in life.

 


John Preston PsyD


September 8, 2014

 

Interview with Dr. George Cave, author of the book Just Be A Dad: Things My Father Never Told Me

 

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Mike Carruthers:
In order to be a good father and have a positive influence on your children.

 

Dr. George Cave:
The first thing is always to show that you care for the child and this is done by showing that you care and love for the child’s mother.  That relationship between the husband and wife is paramount to the psychological wellbeing of the children.
 


George Cave PhD


September 5, 2014

 

Interview with C. Leslie Charles, author of the book Why Is Everyone So Cranky: The Ten Trends Complicating Our Lives and What We Can Do About Them

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Ever wonder why people seem less friendly and more cranky than they used to be?

 


Leslie Charles:

Because we are overwhelmed, overworked, overscheduled and overspent. Does that sound like anyone you know?
 


C. Leslie Charles


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