August 21, 2015

 

Interview with Andrew Bernstein, author of the book The Myth of Stress: Where Stress Really Comes From and How to Live a Happier and Healthier Life

 

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Mike Carruthers:
When you get all stressed out what’s really going on in your mind is that you’re thinking…

 

Andrew Bernstein:
Life should be different than it is - and as a result of that belief we experience a negative emotional charge.

 


Andrew Bernstein


August 20, 2015

 

Interview with Dr. Mitch Gaynor, author of the book The Gene Therapy Plan: Taking Control of Your Genetic Destiny with Diet and Lifestyle

 

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Mike Carruthers:
What science believes about how our genes work has changed.

 

Dr. Mitch Gaynor:
Because we used to think is that if we had a family history of people being overweight or a lot of cancer, diabetes, heart disease that, that was going to be our genetic destiny. And what we know now is we can change our gene expression depending on the foods we’re putting in our body.
 


Dr. Mitch Gaynor


August 19, 2015

 

Interview with Deborah Price, author of the book The Heart of Money: A Couple's Guide to Creating True Financial Intimacy

 

www.moneycoachinginstitue.com

 

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Mike Carruthers:

Just about everyone’s had money trouble and often the problem is your brain or specifically the instinctive part of your brain.

 

Deborah Price:

The instinctive brain is wired for desire and therefore we tend to become human wanting’s.
 


Deborah Price


August 18, 2015

 

Interview with Deborah Price, author of the book The Heart of Money: A Couple's Guide to Creating True Financial Intimacy

 

www.moneycoachinginstitue.com

 

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Mike Carruthers:
If there’s a subject which almost everyone has trouble with from time-to-time it’s money.

 

Deborah Price:
Money is a tough topic because we have no training; money is often a very sensitive and triggering conversation in families, amongst couples.
 


Deborah Price


August 17, 2015

 

Interview with Casey Hawley, author of the book 10 Make-or-Break Career Moments: Navigate, Negotiate, and Communicate for Success

 

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Mike Carruthers:
In the quest to further your career or just get a new job the conventional advice is to get out there and network, but there’s more to it than that.

 

Casey Hawley:
Especially if you’re in the job market today, you’re trying to think, “How can I market, me, me, me.” But really the way to be most winsome is to think about the other person.

 


Casey Hawley


August 14, 2015

 

Interview with John Badalament, author of the book The Modern Dad's Dilemma: How to Stay Connected with Your Kids in a Rapidly Changing World

 

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Mike Carruthers:
The definition of being a good dad is different than it used to be.

 

John Badalament:
The expectations for being a good dad were completely different just a generation ago. Dads were not expected to emotionally connect with their kids, being a good dad was about being a provider, a breadwinner – today it’s about being a breadwinner and a caretaker.
 


John Badalament


August 13, 2015

 

Interview with Marlene Zuk, author of the book Riddled with Life: Friendly Worms, Ladybug Sex, and the Parasites That Make Us Who We Are

 

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Mike Carruthers:
No one wants to get sick. However, in one respect illness can be a good thing.

 

Marlene Zuk:
I'm not arguing that disease is good for you or that people should be happy to get sick.
 


Marlene Zuk


August 12, 2015

 

Interview with Geoff Colvin, author of the book Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will

 

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Mike Carruthers:
As technology allows more and more jobs to be done by machines many people worry that their job is next.

 

Geoff Colvin:
What’s happening is what technology has always done. Which is revalue skills, some skills become less valuable and some are becoming more valuable.
 


Geoff Colvin


August 11, 2015

 

Interview with Dr. Dean Ornish Professor of Medicine at U.C. San Francisco
www.ornish.com

 

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Mike Carruthers:
It’s hard to imagine that anyone doesn’t understand that leading a healthy lifestyle prevents disease and improves longevity. Yet many people make a lot of unhealthy choices, why?

 

Dr. Dean Ornish:
First of all information is not always enough to motivate people to change. It’s not like people who smoke don’t know it’s bad for them it’s on every pack of cigarettes.
 


Dr. Dean Ornish


August 10, 2015

 

Interview with Dr. Dean Ornish Professor of Medicine at U.C. San Francisco
www.ornish.com

 

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Mike Carruthers:
Have you heard of lifestyle medicine?

 

Dr. Dean Ornish:
Well lifestyle medicine I think is the hottest trend in medicine right now. It’s really lifestyle is treating and reversing chronic diseases that people thought we would have to suffer with forever.


Dr. Dean Ornish


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