Interview with Elizabeth-Hamilton Guarino – Personal Development Leader

February 6th, 2016

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, Hay House author of PERCOLATE – Let Your Best Self Filter Through & founder and CEO of the Best Ever You Network, understands firsthand the challenges that life can bring and has worked with thousands of people worldwide to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life.


Change Stressful To Blessful

February 3rd, 2016

If you are stressed out by work or relationships, try to decrease the stress or pursue other work opportunities and other relationships. If you can’t or won’t reduce the stressful environment, try to accept the bad conditions as best you can and take care of yourself: sleep, nutrition, exercise, meditation, yoga.


Negative Labels Are Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

January 30th, 2016

You are what you think. You create your reality from your thoughts. So think well of yourself and attract the joy and abundance in life that you deserve.


Don’t Give Any Latitude To A Bad Attitude

January 29th, 2016

Bad things happen to us that trigger our depression, our anxiety, our anger. When we are powerless over those situations, it is best to try to not let them destroy our happiness and peace of mind, regardless of how difficult that may be.


Synchronicity and The Number 137

January 27th, 2016

The theoretical physics Fine Structure Constant = 137. No one knows why. The Master Number of the Kaballah, the book of Jewish Mysticism = 137 as well. No one knows why. So what’s it all about, Alfie?


It’s Never Over Till It’s Over

September 23rd, 2015

Several decades ago, Lenny Shulman and myself wrote a screenplay based on the life of New York Yankee baseball player Joe Pepitone. Stephen Scappa, Billy Cioffi and myself wrote a song, “It’s Never Over Till It’s Over” to accompany the screenplay. It’s not a great song but I have great affection for it… and for New York Yankee catcher and icon Yogi Berra who coined the phrase “It’s Never Over Till It’s Over” along with other great expressions such as “Nobody goes there anymore. It’s too crowded.” And: “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” In honor of Yogi who passed away last night, here is the song —


Jane Sibbett – From “Friends” to “The Vagina Monolouges” to Inner Peace & Bliss

September 19th, 2015

My guest today is Jane Sibbett, perhaps best known as the 1st ex-wife of Ross on the award winning TV show “Friends.” She is a writer, producer, and director as well as an actress and directed “The Vagina Monologues in Hawaii.” Recently, she has done a major paradigm shift of raising her consciousness, connecting to Source Energy where miracles happen, and attaining Inner Peace and Bliss.


How To Avoid Miscommunication In Relationships

September 19th, 2015

By learning how to effectively listen, reflect back what you think you heard, and get confirmation, misunderstandings are eliminated, fights don’t happen, and relationships have a greater potential to thrive.


Gayle Kirschenbaum – Filmmaker, Speaker, Forgiveness Expert

September 13th, 2015

Gayle Kirschenbaum is an Emmy® award-winning filmmaker, television producer and speaker. Called the “Nora Ephron of documentaries,” with her trademark self-deprecating humor, Gayle has turned the camera on herself in her award-winning LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER!, which has led her to a greater life purpose which is to share principles of forgiveness to help people recover from abusive, toxic relationships.


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