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March 31, 2011 @ 7:13 pm

Wellness Coaching with Dr. Gail Simon-Boyd

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Wellness Coach Dr. Gail Simon-Boyd joins the show!


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Dr. Gail Simon-Boyd is a life coach, specializing in health and wellness, with over 15 years of experience in providing psychotherapy, career counseling, academic advising, and teaching.  She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002 and trained in clinical supervision of counselor trainees; individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy; eating disorders and general assessment; and preventive health & wellness outreach.  She provides: wellness coaching, academic coaching, career coaching, personal life coaching, in-service training/consultation/outreach workshops, and programs specific to the needs of the US military/government community and college students.  Individual and group coaching sessions can be conducted in-person or by telephone between a wide range of domestic and international locations.  As an ICF (International Coach Federation) member, she is currently managing her home-based coaching business while pursuing the BCC (Board Certified Coach) credential and state psychology licensure, as she intends to provide both types of services to future clients, according to their needs.  In her leisure time, she enjoys travel, skiing, reading, movies, listening to live music of all kinds, painting, dancing, and playtime with her family.


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Dr. Gail Simon-Boyd discusses & answers the following:

  • How can life coaching help people feel more empowered?
  • What types of self-improvement goals do coaching clients typically work on?
  • What does all of this have to do with wellness?
  • How is coaching different from therapy?
  • What unique perspective and experience do you bring to the coaching relationship?
  • Special Tip in Conclusion...


Web Site to Access Wellness Inventory:
MyWellnessTest.com/BloomingWell


Wellness Blog:
Bloomingwell.blogspot.com


Business Email:
gsb@full-bloom-wellness.com


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March 27, 2011 @ 6:37 pm

It Is Time to Make a Change - Partner with Life Coach Jennifer Martin

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Jennifer Martin, the founder of Journey Through Mindfulness Life Coaching, LLC joins the show.


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About Jennifer Martin:


My husband, two daughters and our two miniature dachshunds recently relocated to Phoenix, Arizona after living in Connecticut for over 40 years.  We are all enjoying the adventure of being in the Great American West and feel blessed to be here.  It was one of the biggest changes of our lives , but a great new adventure and we couldn’t be happier.

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree form the University of Vermont and spent ten years working in corporate sales for two Fortune 500 companies.  I am a certified Life Coach from the Institute of Life Coach Training and also a member of the International Coach Federation.  I am also a graduate of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program through the University of Massachusetts and have my level I Reiki certification.

I enjoy running, hiking, golfing, yoga, meditation, world travel, healthy nutrition, and spending time with my family and friends.


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Jennifer Martin discusses & answers the following:

  • What is Life Coaching?
  • How does Life Coaching differ from other helping professions?
  • What led you to become a certified Life Coach?
  • How would you describe your personal approach to Life Coaching?
  • What can someone expect if they contact you about coaching?
  • Special Conclusion Tip...


Web Site: JTMLifeCoaching.com


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March 27, 2011 @ 5:58 pm

Help our brains be the best they can be with Suzanne Holman

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Suzanne Holman who is committed to supporting boomers in having optimal brain power - avoid Alzheimer's Disease and live a full and joyous life joins the show! Suzanne wants you to know that you CAN make a difference in your memory and other cognitive skills.


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Suzanne Holman, MAEd is a coach and a consultant who supports boomers in keeping their bodies, brains and businesses as healthy as possible.  Before creating her coaching business, Suzanne was an educator of Psychology and Technology.  She has extensive coach training through Thomas Leonard Graduate School of Coaching and at the University of Texas at Dallas.  Suzanne is an Emotional Intelligence Certified coach. Other areas of expertise include fitness, nutrition, parenting, money management, Alzheimer's disease, relationships and communications.   She is not only educated in these areas, but has the wisdom of expertise in all that she teaches.  Suzanne works with each client in all facets of life and business to make the most of their unique abilities and for the greatest productivity.


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Suzanne Holman discusses & answers the following:

  • How did you get interested in the study of the brain?
  • How do we know if someone is experiencing "normal aging changes to the brain" or if they might have Alzheimer's?
  • If there is Alzheimer's in your family are you doomed to have it as well?
  • What can we do to help our brains be the best they can be?
  • How effective are the supplements being advertised to help the brain?
  • Special Tip in Conclusion


Web Site:


BrainHealthforBoomers.com
SuzanneHolmanBlog.com


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March 27, 2011 @ 4:32 pm

Realizing He Was Different with J.C. Knudson

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J.C. Knudson author of the book Living the Difference joins the show. As an entrepreneur and small businessman, he holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration. Knudson and his ex-wife are the parents of two adopted sons; today, Knudson lives with his partner in Oklahoma City.


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J.C. Knudson Lives the Difference, Brings Experience to Memoir of Being Gay in America

Joseph "J.C." Knudson is an author on a mission to educate the world's population about understanding and accepting people who are gay. His first book, a memoir, is called Living the Difference (2010, Espresso House Publishing). Its subtitle is "An Enlightening Story Revealed For People of All Ages, Straight or Gay."

Editorial reviews of Knudson's book call Living the Difference "a fascinating journey no gay author has been able to capture to date," "conquering the final frontier of bigotry and ignorance," and "filled with love, hate, joy, sorrow and much more."

Living the Difference also turned up on Vonnie Faroqui's book blog, Writers in the Sky. Faroquai calls the memoir "remarkably under-sensationalized," praising Knudson's honest storytelling style that leaves the reader to draw his or her own conclusions. She mentions how Living the Difference lifts the curtain on the so-called "gay lifestyle," revealing a human portrait that resonates regardless of gender or sexual orientation. It's a portrait of success, of meaning, and of hope.

From Faroquai's description, Living the Difference seems to be an important resource for young gay men living with fear, shame or self-loathing; or for anyone coming to terms with a friend or family member's coming out. Knudson, it seems, told his story not to shock, offend or "convert" anyone, but simply to lay out a roadmap for acceptance. The book lights a candle against the darkness of ignorance.

The podcast of J.C.'s recent interview with Vonnie Faroqui can be found here. To learn more about J.C. Knudson, along with details of his book, go to thegaylyblogger.blogspot.com.


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J.C. Knudson discusses & answers the following:

  • J.C. the book you have written, Living the Difference, is biographical in nature and yet there’s more going on than the sharing of memoirs.  What inspired you to begin writing and what is the motivation for you to let readers inside your life in this way?
  • In the book you write of your childhood attractions, crushes and subsequent confusion about what was considered appropriate attractions by those around you. Can you share with our listeners a little of your experiences and how you were impacted?
  • Do you think that you were confused about what or rather who you were attracted to or was the confusion you describe centered in discovering that your attractions were different from those of other children, that you were somehow different.
  • How do you think that early confusion affected you?
  • As an adult looking back at those early years do you see a shift in cultural perception or religious teachings toward or about homosexuality?


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March 27, 2011 @ 1:56 pm

Moving Forward - Life Coaching with Dr. Marilyn Gustin

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Dr. Marilyn Gustin, a professional Certified Life Coach for 10 years joins the show. All her life she has worked in various ways to assist people in their personal and spiritual expansion.


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Marilyn Gustin, Ph.D. is a Certified Life Coach, workshop leader, teacher and author. Her one-on-one work, and her workshops and publications have explored personal and spiritual growth for nearly 40 years. As a Life Coach, she offers assistance to creatives, to people in transition, to people with dreams who are ready to make creative changes in their lives. She is expanding her Coaching practice these days with an exploration into feminine values in the business world.

She earned her doctorate in Comparative Spiritualities in her forties. She continues to explore this field with much enthusiasm. She’s been an adult educator for over 35 years. All of her professional life has been people-oriented. She also is a fabric artist, enjoys nature, likes to hike. Her personal passion is to keep growing, keep expanding, to the very end. Her friendships are vital and cherished. She enjoys exploring new experiences, finding them always enriching.

Work experience includes:

  • Founding/Directing a hospitality center for European merchant sailors, in California; managing a halfway house for recovering mental patients
  • Work in what today would be called an assisted/independent living situation for seniors.
  • Administrative assistant and retreat leader at Picture Rocks Retreat, Tucson
  • Teaching in and helping design a variety of adult education programs, usually in churches or dioceses
  • Traveling nation-wide to offer growth programs in several formats: keynote speeches, parish missions, workshops, seminars, etc.
  • Teaching at the college level, mostly in scripture, some spirituality


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Dr. Marilyn Gustin discusses & answers the following:

  • What is Life Coaching?
  • How is Life Coaching different from psychotherapy?
  • What might be included in a Life Coaching session?
  • Who might benefit from Life Coaching?
  • What's the most important quality a client needs to have, in order to succeed with Life Coaching?


Web Site:
MarilynGustin.com


Email:
MarilynGustin@gmail.com


Phone:
(520) 575-1255


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March 2, 2011 @ 10:08 pm

Love and Fat with Zen Gray

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Zen Gray, a fitness coach and Chicago native currently living in Los Angeles joins the show. She is newly engaged and rescued a very cute puppy from the West LA Animal Shelter after running her first marathon in December.


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Zen Gray is most recognized on the street from being on Season One and Season Two of Work Out, Bravo TV’s docu-drama on the lives of personal trainers. She's also written and hosted amusing fitness tips on ExerciseTV called, "The Skinny" - segments that illuminate the challenges of staying fit, provide commentary on popular methods and training videos, and suggest easy ideas to help you stay healthy while living a normal life.

Zen is an A.C.E. Certified fitness professional with over 17 years of experience in group fitness instruction and personal training. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising from the University of Illinois and is very involved with Project Angel Food, the Sirens Society and the AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) charity - where she helped raise over $600,000 for AIDS research by running in her first marathon.

Zen's current passions include: writing her blog "Love and Fat", training for her first fitness competition, speaking to groups about making healthy lifestyle changes, teaching her new puppy NOT to go on the carpet, and planning her wedding.


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Zen Gray discusses & answers the following:

  • You have a blog entitled "Love and Fat". Is there a relationship?
  • Could you describe the four ways that you believe love can affect body weight?
  • Are you just talking about intimate relationships?
  • What kinds of exercise do you recommend?
  • How else can we battle love handles?
  • Conclusion Tip...


Web Site:
ZenGray.com


Blog:
LoveandFat.wordpress.com


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March 2, 2011 @ 9:22 pm

Stress Impacts Weight with Dr. Cynthia Porter of Progressive Changes

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Dr. Cynthia Porter of Positive Changes. Positive Changes is the nation's only network of behavior modification centers using powerful personal coaching backed up by hypnosis to help you lose weight, stop smoking, manage pain, reduce stress, accelerate learning, improve sports performance and much more.


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Positive Changes is the nation's only network of behavior modification centers using powerful personal coaching backed up by hypnosis to help you lose weight, stop smoking, manage pain, reduce stress, accelerate learning, improve sports performance and much more. Founded by Patrick K. Porter, PhD, in 1987, the Positive Changes network has led the nation in successfully helping our clients accomplish the specific behavior and lifestyle changes they desire.  It’s as easy as putting up your feet, closing your eyes and relaxing.

At Positive Changes, our mission is to create lasting positive change, in every human life, one client at a time. We chose that mission because we believe so strongly in the work we do and in the ability of hypnosis to empower people to change their lives for the better.

Each of our centers is independently owned and locally operated and uses the same proven hypnosis system. Together, we help over 10,000 people a year gain control of their lives and free themselves from unwanted habits and behaviors.

How are we different? Positive Changes' services offer the powerful combination of personal coaching backed up with state-of-the-art hypnosis methods and technology to maximize your results.

Visit www.positivechanges.com to find the closest Positive Changes Hypnosis center near you and schedule your FREE consultation!


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Dr. Cynthia Porter discusses & answers the following:

  • There are so many myths surrounding hypnosis. What is the real science behind it?
  • Every diet tells you eat less and exercise more.  If only it were that easy!  What does hypnosis do differently that diets and commercial weight loss plans fail to do?
  • How does stress effect weight and how does hypnosis help with stress reduction?
  • Nicotine is a powerful addiction. How do so many Positive Changes clients stop smoking in a single session without the typical withdrawal symptoms?
  • What are the side effects of hypnosis?
  • Conclusion Tip...


Web Site: www.positivechanges.com


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March 2, 2011 @ 7:48 pm

Tips for better for weight loss with Francesca Pucher

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Francesca Pucher, Fitness Expert, Pilates Instructor, Lifestyle Weight Management Coach, and Co-Owner of NJ's "Best Exercise Studio" Fitness 121 Personal Training in Roseland, NJ. joins the show.


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Francesca Pucher is a 2001 Graduate of Montclair State University. She holds multiple certifications including: Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA)- Certified Personal Trainer, PHI Pilates-Mat & Reformer, & National Exercise & Sports Trainers Asociation (NESTA)-Lifestyle & Weight Management Consultant. She also is co-owner of NJ's "Best Exercise Studio" Fitness 121 Personal Training in Roseland, NJ. She is a marathon runner, enjoys Power Yoga and Healthy Meal Preparations for her clients during her free time. She can be reached on her website: Fitness121Online.com.


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Francesca Pucher discusses & answers the following:

  • How do I begin an exercise program?
  • Tips for better for weight loss?
  • Which is better? Cardio or Strength Training?
  • What kind of exercises are best? How often should I exercise/duration?
  • Best advice to see results & maintain long term success?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


Web Site: Fitness121Online.com


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March 2, 2011 @ 6:07 pm

Stilettos and Self Defense with Jennifer Cassetta

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Jennifer Cassetta, a clinical nutritionist, certified personal trainer, and 3rd degree black belt in HapKiDo in her new hometown of Los Angeles joins the show. Jennifer is the creator of Stilettos and Self Defense, empowerment workshops and DVD's that teach modern women street smarts and how to kick butt when needed!


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Jennifer Cassetta inherited her love of martial arts from her family. Her father, a Master in Tae Kwon Do, is still going strong in his 70s and her grandmother taught T'ai Chi into her 90s. A third-degree black belt in HapKiDo, Jennifer spent 10 years training with one of the top instructors in the country in NYC. Early on in her training, she was grabbed on the street but was able to scare off her attacker by tapping into her inner "she beast"—a power that all women can access during times of danger or stress.

Jennifer has also attained a Master's degree in nutrition, is a certified personal trainer and completed a holistic health program at New York's Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Jennifer's unique whole-body approach to health is a blend of her extensive training in HapKiDo, fitness and nutrition. A few years ago, she also created the popular Stilettos and Self Defense™ workshop, which is designed to empower modern women of all ages by teaching them basic self defense, awareness, confidence and street smarts.

To share her techniques with people nationwide, Jennifer has recently released 3 self-defense DVDs which can be found at www.stilettosandselfdefense.com. She teaches her workshops around the country, and runs her personal training and nutrition business from her current hometown of Los Angeles, CA. Jennifer's clients include professional athletes, CEOs, celebrities, royalty, as well as moms and dads. She has been featured in the NY Post, the Wall Street Journal, Marie Claire, Women's Health and numerous health-related websites, as well as on NPR radio, E! TV and KCAL news.


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Jennifer Cassetta discusses & answers the following:

  • Out of the three roles that you play: nutritionist, personal trainer and martial arts instructor, which would you say is most important to helping your clients reach their goals of weight loss and getting fit?
  • What advice do you have for people who are struggling to make a change in their health?
  • What is HapKiDo? How is it different from other martial arts?
  • What led to the creation of Stilettos and Self Defense?
  • What are 3 things every woman must know about self defense?
  • Conclusion Tip...


Web Sites:
stilettosandselfdefense.com
HealthandtheCity.net


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March 2, 2011 @ 4:14 pm

Home exercise technology products really work with Alycea Ungaro

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Alycea Ungaro, Physical therapist, personal trainer and Owner of Real Pilates, the largest studio in NYC dedicated solely to the practice of Pilates.


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Alycea Ungaro, Personal Trainer and all around fitness guru, has been practicing Pilates for 20 years and is one of the most recognized and influential Pilates teachers.  She is a Fitness Magazine advisory board member; author of several best-selling Pilates titles including Portable Pilates, Pilates: Body in Motion, The Pilates Promise and the just released Pilates Practice Companion, some of which are available in 17 languages worldwide; a certified Physical Therapist; and the founder and owner of Real Pilates, the largest studio in New York City solely dedicated to the Pilates practice. Privately, her celebrity clientele includes Madonna, Uma Thurman, Kyra Sedgwick, Christy Turlington, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Claire Danes, Molly Sims, Matthew Modine and Russell Brand. Alycea’s personal mission is to make Pilates available to everyone regardless of age, fitness level, or geographic location. To that end, Alycea has created Pilates products in every possible medium. For more information please visit www.alyceaungaro.com and www.realpilatesnyc.com.


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Alycea Ungaro discusses & answers the following:

  • Do home exercise technology products really work?
  • What's the best way to choose which medium will work?  Books / Videos / Apps?
  • Can u give up your gym membership or trainer and just use technology?
  • Is there any downside?  If yes, how can we combat that?
  • Any favorites that you use personally to stay in shape or would recommend?
  • Special Tip in Conclusion...


Web Sites:
www.alyceaungaro.com
www.realpilatesnyc.com


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