July 22, 2016


Interview with Camilla Gray-Nelson, author of the book Lipstick and the Leash: Dog Training a Woman's Way




Mike Carruthers:
Millions of us have a pet dog and yet…


Camilla Gray-Nelson:
What I find as a dog trainer of 24 years and counting is that to a dog owner they do not understand how the dog thinks and how he’s programmed by nature to act and react.

Camilla Gray-Nelson

July 21, 2016


Interview with Barbara Diener, author of the book Toss Your Panties and Other Great Travel Tips: What To Know Before You Go: Clever Suggestions and Travel Tips For The Occasional Traveler




Mike Carruthers:
When traveling especially by air there’s a lot to remember.


Barbara Diener:
There are weight restrictions, what you can and cannot keep in a carry-on; the airport and each airline have their own regulations. What I do recommend, because it changes daily, is to check with each individual airline - their websites are very informative.

Barbara Diener

July 20, 2016


Interview with Art Markman, author of the book Smart Thinking: Three Essential Keys to Solve Problems, Innovate, and Get Things Done




Mike Carruthers:
You’re probably not as smart as you think you are on many topics.


Art Markman:
The quality of our knowledge about the way the world works is less good than we think it is this is something that’s called the illusion of explanatory depth.


Art Markman

July 19, 2016


Interview with Christopher Lochhead, author of the book Play Bigger




Mike Carruthers:
Businesses that succeed often do so by creating entire new categories of business.


Christopher Lochhead:

Sara Blakely who’s the founder of Spanx; she didn’t say this is underwear 2.0 she said it’s a new category called shapewear.

Christopher Lochhead

July 18, 2016


Interview with Victor Strecher, author of the book Life On Purpose




Mike Carruthers:
If you don’t have a purpose in life you should probably get one.


Victor Strecher:
If we can help people find purpose in life, we can help them live longer, reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke, reduce their risk of depression – literally help repair their DNA. There are so many positive things as a result of having a purpose in life.


Victor Strecher

July 15, 2016


Interview with Joseph T. Hallinan, author of the book Why We Make Mistakes: How We Look Without Seeing, Forget Things in Seconds, and Are All Pretty Sure We Are Way Above Average




Mike Carruthers:
Perhaps you've heard this advice - when you're taking a test and you're in doubt about your answer, go with your first instinct.


Joseph T. Hallinan:
Not good advice. People have researched this question for eighty years and virtually all of the studies have reached the same conclusion - that if you think about changing your answer on a test you're probably better off changing it.

Joseph T. Hallinan

July 14, 2016


Interview with Mark Murphy, author of the book Hiring for Attitude: A Revolutionary Approach to Recruiting and Selecting People with Both Tremendous Skills and Superb Attitude




Mike Carruthers:
In today’s job market employers are not only looking for people with the right skills they’re also looking for people with the right attitude.


Mark Murphy:
When people fail on the job, and about 46% of them will, they fail for attitudinal reasons. 89% of people that fail, fail because they just didn’t fit the culture, they weren’t motivated enough.

Mark Murphy

July 13, 2106


Interview with David Di Salvo, author of the book What Makes Your Brain Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite




Mike Carruthers:
Have you ever taken on a challenge that seemed like a good idea but when it came time to actually doing it you were scared to death – that was your brain talking.


David Di Salvo:
Our brains were wired for a default position of security, stability, and consistency. That served us well for much of our evolutionary heritage; however it also produces a great deal of stumbling blocks for us to do things that are ultimately in our best interest.

David DiSalvo

July 12, 2016


Interview with Nina Shapiro, M.D., author of the book Take a Deep Breath: Clear the Air for the Health of Your Child




Mike Carruthers:
Breathing problems in children are common but one of the things that concerns parents the most is snoring.


Dr. Nina Shapiro:
A little bit of snoring is normal most kids do have some snoring at night that comes and goes and certainly if they’re sick it becomes a little bit worse.

Dr. Nina Shapiro

July 11, 2016


Interview with Deborah Boland Co-founder of www.FabulousAfter40.com


Mike Carruthers:
Something weird often happens to people when they get into their 30tys and 40tys and it has to do with the way they look and the way they dress.

Deborah Boland:
The number 1 problem is we find men and women just start wearing really baggy clothes.


Deborah Boland

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