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Dating - Connecting More Meaningfully for Love"
his tele-class series for single people,
Ken Page, LCSW, is a psychotherapist and
the author of Psychology Today's
popular blog: "Finding
Love." He is also the author of the book, Deeper
Ken is the founder of Deeper Dating, a
dating event which has brought insight
and intimacy to the lives of thousands
of single men and women of all ages,
life-circumstances and sexual
orientations His psycho-spiritual
approach to intimacy called "Gift
Theory" has received acclaim from
prominent psychotherapists and personal
growth experts and has resonated for
huge numbers of single people. His
Psychology Today blogpost on Gift Theory
received over 600,000 reads. Ken's insights and events have been
featured in O, the Oprah Magazine, The
New York Times, and many more media
Tune in and figure out what you (or your
friends) might be missing in the dating
You can learn more about Ken, Deeper
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lives and business thru self-compassion"
Have you ever struggled to make peace
with yourself? To treat yourself with
the kindness, compassion, and love that
we know we should show to others? When
we can get to that point, it can reframe
our work, our relationships…and our
My guest today is motivational speaker
and author Mike Robbins, whose latest
book "Nothing Changes Until You Do -
A Guide to Self-Compassion and Getting
Out Of Your Own Way" helps
individuals and audiences look at how
they undermine their own good intentions
through self-deprecation. Mike will
give us some insight into the challenges
of opening up to ourselves, being okay
with the imperfect person we find there,
and taking that person into the big
world out there.
with Dr. Jennifer
Gunsaullus (aka Dr. Jenn)
Sex! Okay, it wasn't hard to
communicate the word, but communicating
our needs to our partners…well…that can
be tougher. Wouldn't it be nice if we
could be clear about our interests and
needs without shame or hurting the other
Sit tight for a fascinating interview
with sex therapist Jennifer Gunsaullus,
better known as Dr. Jenn. Learn
about her at
www.DrJennsDen.com and hear the show
on getting what you want from your
partner and pleasing him/her more.
Art/Skill of Negotiating (and what we can
learn about it from sports!)"
Negotiating. Does the word make your
heart sink a little? Does the notion of
used cars and awkward interactions come
to mind? Well, not if you're Mimi
Donaldson. Mimi (www.MimiDonaldson.com)
has taught the art and skill of
negotiation to groups ranging from
Fortune 500 companies to women's social
And speaking of women, Mimi has a thing
or two to tell them about what they're
not getting right when they're playing
with the boys. In fact, Mimi thinks
women could benefit from wrapping their
heads around sports to improve their
ability to playing in the big leagues of
Get Sponsored To Cover Your Fees When The
Client Won't Pay"
with Julie Austin
Speakers: Are you tired of hearing
"We'd love to have you speak but there
just isn't a budget for you right now."
Well, the group may not have the bucks,
but there are sponsors who do and
putting speakers, sponsors, and clients
together may have just gotten easier.
My guest today is Julie Austin, who does
that with a program called Speaker
Sponsor and the simplicity of it may
surprise you. She's the CEO of Speaker
which will be a focus of today's
program. If you don't mind WHO is
paying your fee, sponsorship could be an
amazing way to increase your speaking
Service and Sales Simplified"
with Judy McKee
Is the customer always right? What if
it's clear to you what this person needs
and he just doesn't know the best way to
ask for it? Where is the line between
interacting with the customer and just
plain wasting time…especially on the
Judy McKee of McKee Consulting has been
working with companies to achieve
customer service excellence for over 30
years. She's the queen of telephone
center support but certainly knows a
thing or two about face-to-face customer
support as well. With her copyrighted
LAMA approach, customer interaction
become more comfortable and effective.
More on her at
"Who I Am
Makes A Difference!"
with Helice "Sparky"
Helice is a Speaker, Trainer and Author
but is probably best known as the
Founder and C.E.O. of "Difference Makers
International" and accordingly, as the
creator of the “Who I Am Makes A
Difference”® Blue Ribbon Ceremony.
The “Who I Am Makes A Difference”® Blue
Ribbons have been used to honor our
soldiers in the U.S. Army, Navy,
Marines, Air Force and the Coast Guard.
She has worked with the Arab and Jewish
communities, the Israeli Army, rival
gang members, and event the abused and
abuser in the same room. This work
earned her the Gandhi Non-Violence
She'll share steps you can take
to create non-aggressive improvement in
communication within organizations
you're involved with. More at
Social Media Networking with Linked-In Tips
"Improve Your Public Speaking Skills"
tweeting…you're even begrudgingly Google
Plussing…do you really need to be on
Linked In too? Well, it depends. If
you're in business for yourself or you
serve a company as a representative,
then chances are Linked In is the most
important of the social media options
helps people see how Linked In is a very
different animal than the others.. He
shows us how to maximize the power of
Linked In to connect you with the right
people with solid tips on
maximizing the power of what he calls
the world's biggest Chamber of
Commerce: Linked In.
Business Starts By Knowing Where You're
In an odd
twist, my guest today is me! Business
coach Meshell Zwicker subs in as hostess
to interview me on do's and
don'ts of public speaking. She also
digs into how someone doing
improvisation and I.T. work ended up as
a teambuilder, a motivational speaker,
and a speaking coach!
hear useful ideas that you can keep in
mind when you want to be Prepared,
Polished, and Powerful on the speaker
platform. Ideas are taken from my book,
"Public Speaking: Get A's, Not
Zzzzzz's!" available on my coaching site
www.PublicDynamics.com (where you
can learn about my coaching, available
nationwide via Skype and Facetime).
are the chances of clearly expressing
what you do or what you WANT to do in
your career if you haven't clearly
defined the place from which you'll be
coming from in doing those things? And
having the right words to describe the
person behind those actions? Rod
Kempton helps people define their
core values and how they affect the
choices you should be making as your
business starts, grows, and prospers.
Don't Ask, You Don't Get!"
Janet F. Williams
Listeners: America's top podcaster (and her
Kennedy Family secrets!)"
The author of the award-winning book
“You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get: Proven
Techniques to Get More Out of Life.”
It was named Best Specialized
Instruction Book of the Year by major
book reviewer Kirkus Indie, and most
recently received the Eric Hoffer Award
for Excellence in Independent
Life Goes Public: A Morning DJ Opens
Up About Her Addiction"
How does an author go from being solely
a writer to having one of the most
successful podcasts in internet
history? With 1.2 million
listeners, January Jones talks
to amazing people and plenty of people
With her insightful books about the
Kennedy family, January made a name for
herself and between her new book
"Thou Shalt Not Whine" and her
success on the internet, she's a media
force to reckon with. We'll dish with
January Jones about her show, her books,
and the fascinated false front that is
the Jackie/Jack/Aristotle trio.
"Camelot" it wasn't!
"'Pay Me What I'm Worth!' - Believing in the
Value of Whatever You Offer"
Many of us listen to a morning radio
show, be it on AM, FM, Satellite, or
Internet and think, “That seems like
fun. How nice it must be to be part of
a team that gets together each morning,
jokes around, and is off for the day by
10am. But what happens if one member of
the team is going through a personal
hell and doesn’t have it in her to keep
pulling together the
When Laura Cain, a key member of the
renowned "Jeff and Jer Showgram" was
dealing with out of control chemical and
alcohol addiction and a failing marriage
as a result, she still had to be San
Diego’s lighthearted upbeat voice five
days a week. Six years clean and sober
and still on the air daily, Laura tells
us more about that lowest time in her
life. She’ll also share the rise, fall,
and rise again of her years in radio and
how she got to be the sidekick to San
Diego’s most successful morning show for
the last 20 years.
Your Own Personal Brand through Effective
[This special episode is now available
only to those on Milo's free mailing
How much do you value yourself? How
much is your time, your energy, and −
for some of you − your fee worth to
others? Do you give yourself away for
less than you're entitled to in return?
And what gets in the way of our feeling
like we deserve the good back that we
Soul Dancer, author of the book and
personal development program "Pay Me
What I'm Worth!", applies this concept
not only to business, but to standing up
for what you want in any aspect of
life. Soul applies spiritual principles
from his years as a monk (yes, you read
that right) to solid 21st century living
tips that make a difference for
thousands who follow him. More on
him at www.Pay411.co .
[This special episode is now available
only to those on Milo's free mailing
When people think of you or your
business, what comes to mind? Is
it what you want them to think?
And what makes you stand out from the
crowd? In today's world of
overwhelm, being good (or even great) at
what you do isn't enough…it's just as
important to be MEMORABLE.
Liz Goodgold of Red Fire Branding (www.RedFireBranding.com)
is a branding expert and
she'll be talking about how to
communicate who you are and what people
can expect from you in a way that lodges
in their brain so that you come to mind
at the right time.
"Life as Morning Radio DJ; interview with
Star 94.1's Delana Bennett"
Tune down the dial on the radio any
morning in any city you're bound to hear
teams of anywhere from one to four
upbeat people trying to rise a smile out
of you as you start your day. But what
does it take to get into those radio
chairs...and to create a successful
morning show once you do?
Delana Bennett, currently at Star 94.1
in San Diego, has been a staple of
several morning shows over the years and
we'll tap into her insight and share
some stories about the morning
experience, right after my public
speaking tip of the week here on "Full
Speech Ahead!"…so stay tuned!
Delana can be heard weekdays with her
morning co-star Jesse Lozano from 6-10am
and again on her own from 2-4pm. For
those outside San Diego, the show
streams live at
www.Star941fm.com and at the phone
Off! The Surefire Success Plan to Launch
Your Dreams Into Reality"
How can you pursue your dreams in life
and business more fully? What keeps you
from making the choices that will get
you there? And are there clearly
defined steps you can work out for
yourself to get there? Well, prosperity
coach Allison Maslan says absolutely!
We'll hear from the woman who changed
her own life from being
successful-but-unhappy to being both
successful and extremely
satisfied with her life choices…and all
it took to turn her around was running
over herself with her OWN car!Sounds
crazy? Not for Allison. that story and
many more on this show. Allison can be
"The Power of Humor in Health and Communication"
What's the connection between humor and healing? Not just
emotionally but in the hospital, too! Humor is like a sixth sense
and our bodies crave it as much as our minds. And using humor
effectively in communication can make us look smarter, more
considerate, and more appealing.
guest today has spent twenty years researching and sharing the
origins of humor, how to use it effectively, and how it effects the
body. We'll share laughter and insight with Certified Speaking
Professional and Registered Nurse Karyn Buxman (www.KarynBuxman.com)
"From Writing to Speaking: Film, Plays and
How does a writer for film go about
finding words for the page such that
they ring true when spoken − especially
by someone else? How does a poet plan
for a poem that feels as heartfelt when
read on paper as it does aloud? And how
can one interview people about some of
the most tragic tales of their lives for
a documentary while walking the line
between getting emotional and knowing
that this is going in the movie?
James Anthony Ellis
has tackled all of that and more. He'll
share his insights as a writer, producer
and filmmaker including his challenges
in the writing and interview process for
the opening documentary: "Indoctrinated:
The Grooming of our Children into
Prostitution." Jim can be reached via
Sarita Maybin's book by this name
provides practical approaches
and positive phrases for those times
when you need to say something NOT so
nice. Learn how to constructively clue
someone in, deflect the negative comment
of a well-meaning friend, or let
a business colleague know what he or she
is doing drives you crazy -- without
destroying the relationship.
An interview with two highly-successful teachers in the
middle school age bracket (11-14 year olds) -- how they bridge the gap to the tween age group (and their
parents) through successful communication.