Mario Gaxiola is an experienced actor, writer, director ,and poet with over 35 years of accomplishments in the theater industry. He is the Artistic Director/Founder of The Theatre District and today he continues to mentor and guide hundreds of young adults in life through his incredible story and passion for the stage.
Today he shares with us how he overcame the troubles in his childhood and created a successful career in mentorship and theater. Some of what you hear today may be difficult and unsuitable for children.
- A journey from childhood until now.
- Pushing through the negative and hurt to succeed and be the man you are today.
- 3 Tips to help talk yourself through the negative and onward to your goals.
If you’d like to learn more about Mario check out macariogaxiola.com
Today we talk with Linda Raschke on the trading world and how to lose the intimidation and fear when it comes to money management and investing! Linda began her professional trading career in 1981. Since then, she has been the principle trader for several funds and started her own hedge fund in 2002 which has been ranked 17th out of 4500 for best 5 year performance by BarclaysHedge. Linda is the co-author of “Street Smarts: High Probability Trading Strategies for the Futures and Equities Markets.” She has been featured in dozens of financial publications, radio and financial television programs. and has presented her research and lectured globally with companies like Bloomberg. In the world of professional trading and money management, Linda Raschke stands out from the crowd for three factors: Performance, Longevity and Consistency.
- The world of trading financially.
- Barriers within the work force, how to crush those walls!
- How to deal with money and losing the idea that it’s intimidating?
If you would like to stay connected to Linda and have questions on trading and money management you can reach her at www.lindaraschke.net
Today we have Tony Gentilcore who is one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance. Tony trains a number of clients at studio in Boston,including top-level athletes. He is constantly contributing to the top fitness magazines and websites such as Men’s Health, Women’s Health, BodyBuilding.com. Muscle and Fitness, and Mens fitness. Today Tony is going to crush our fears of strength training as a woman and tell us the truth about lifting those weights.
- Lets dive into strength training and the misconceptions women have about it.
- Is it possible to lift wrong if so how do we know?
- Whats the number one thing you see that women do wrong while working out?
If you’d like to stay connected you can check out tony on www.tonygentilcore.com you can also follow him on twitter@tonygentilcore1.
When I first heard Janet speak I knew I had to have her on the show to share her triumphant story. Janet Thomas is a women of inspiration, an award-winning author of Lemons, Lemonade & Life, Practical Steps for Getting the Sweetness Back When Life Goes Sour, and Healing Emotional Eating, a 45-Day Process. As an emotional healing expert, spiritual coach and founder of the Heal For Real!™ movement, Janet has been a guest on Huffington Post Live and one of Maria Shriver’s “Architects for Change.” She is also a co-host of Outrageous Success Women’s TV, and is a guest blogger for sites such as Simple Steps Real Change Magazine and Women For One.
- Janets story can change and empower women all over the world, she walk us through her journey from when you were a child until now?
- Why women beat themselves up emotionally?
- How can we as women stop this abusive cycle in our head. What are some keys practices that are a must?
- One of the things we do as women is find comfort in food which I know is apart of your story, what are some steps to break that habit?
- The Heal for Real movement?
If you’d like to stay connected to Janet you can check out her website www.janetdthomas.com where she has many inspirational articles and resources. Janet also posts daily messages of inspiration and support on Facebook, Instagram, and also on Twitter as @lemonade_lady.
Todays episode is for everyone and anyone who has ever stressed or is stressed about dating! This episode will help you get over the neurosis of dating and truly help you understand the 5 truths behind it.
Suzie is the founder of SingleDatingDiva.com, an award winning blog about being single, dating, sex and relationships. The site showcases the many adventures we have and how challenging, but also exciting dating really is. Susie assures us that single isn’t a bad word and dating really can be fun!! Her feature “Ask Single Dating Diva” is extremely popular with thousands of readers and questions daily from those needing help with their dating life. Suzie is the winner of the international “Best Dating Blog” award two years in a row, named one of the “Best Women’s Dating Experts” alongside some big names in the industry and also has been ranked as having the “Best Canadian Dating Blog” and “Top Relationship Advice Blog.” Suzie’s advice is also featured on various television and radio programs. Joining us from Ottawa Canada, Suzie is here to tell us about the 5 truths about dating!
- The five real truths about dating.
- How to enjoy being single.
- Learning how to have fun while dating.
If you wish to stay connected to Suzie you can check out her website www.singledatingdiva.com and you can also follow her on twitter @singledatingdiv. If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation.
Todays episode focuses on non-verbal communication and how we as people often give out the wrong vibe physically. The power of our body language is crucial to our success as well as relationship building. Learn how to control and manage what your body is saying to others.
Vanessa Van Edwards is a behavioral investigator and published author. She figures out the science of what makes people tick at her human behavior research lab, the Science of People. As a geeky, modern-day Dale Carnegie, her innovative work has been featured on NPR, Business Week, CNN, the Wall Street Journal, the Today Show and USA Today. Her science of people approach has benefited both readers and corporations as Vanessa has consulted for multiple Fortune 500 companies including American Express.
- Be the most memorable person in the room.
- What is our body language is really saying?
- The basic do and don’ts that everyone needs to learn.
- Why your body language can make or break your success.
If you’d like to stay connected to Vanessa you can follow her on twitter @vvanedwards and you can also learn more about her and her trainings at www.scienceofpeople.com
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