Lifestyle #3008

Finding Peace

Warrick Dunn spent 12 seasons in the NFL winning Offensive Rookie of the year and playing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons and in three Pro Bowls. He was also one of the first pro football players to ever publicly admit his struggles with depression, triggered by the murder of a family member. Today he shares his journey to find peace.

Lifestyle #3007

3 Crises

In an era of media fear-mongering, we’re seeing more politics and science than ever before. As a life coaching show, we’re going to hone in on three epidemics impacting your quality of life. To help us unpack all of this on today’s show, we have one of America’s most famous addiction experts: Dr. Drew Pinsky.

Lifestyle #3006

Shaken Baby Syndrome

Anyone can lose control of their temper in a stressful situation, but did you know that just five seconds of violent shaking can kill an infant or leave them permanently disabled? Whether out of aggression toward a crying baby or completely by accident, abusive head trauma, also called “Shaken Baby Syndrome”, kills more than 1,500 infants every year in the US alone. That abuse usually comes from a parent or a family member. But Scott Juceam’s 16-month-old baby, Hannah, was shaken to death by their nanny. Join us to hear his poignant story.

Lifestyle #3005

The Gift of Throat Cancer

Ironically, an Emmy Award-winning voice over artist found himself with throat cancer. You may have never heard of Rob Paulsen, but you certainly have heard his voice as Pinky from Pinky and the Brain, Yakko from Animaniacs, and Raphael AND Donitello from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He’s written a book, given a TEDx Talk, and is here to share his experiences and insights on facing cancer with a positive attitude.

Lifestyle #3004

Homes For Kids

On today’s show, we’re going to meet two amazing people with kids in the center of their hearts. Phil Rego was called to found on orphanage in Haiti. Jeanette Yoffe, a foster and adopted child herself, founded a support center in honor of her biological mother. Both strive to support transitions to happy and healthy permanent homes. Featured Links Groundbreaking Interventions What’s Your Name, Who’s Your Daddy?

Lifestyle #3003


Are you sick of robocalls? Have you ever gotten a pop-up on your computer? Warning you urgently to click it? Or ever even applied for a job or an apartment that seemed too good to be true? Today, Ashton Bingham and Art Kulik of Trilogy Media, YouTube’s favorite scam-busting duo with over 70 million views, are going to reveal how modern scams work, how to avoid them and will share some amazing true-life stories along the way.

Lifestyle #3002

A Sanctuary Of Love

The motto of our guest today could be “Never give up, no matter what life sends your way”.  Known to much of the world as either Bo Duke, from the Dukes of Hazzard, Superman’s adoptive father in Smallville or as the ruthless judge on Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots.  John Schneider has actually done a lot more than that and has had several challenges in his life to overcome which we will explore with him and his wife Alicia today.

Lifestyle #3001


Some have suggested that life is a little more than a series of transitions from childhood to adulthood, from single to married, unemployed to employed, and sometimes back to unemployed. You get the idea. Every change represents a transition. Today we’re talking about transitions with our guest, Roy Ice. Free Offer: 10 Ways to Embrace Change Offer Code: CHANGE-O-401 Offer Description: 10 Ways to Embrace Change article

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