February 22, 2014
Lee Champion, Senior Vice President at Bank of America, shares exceptional insights on how to make yourself indispensable to your employer while, at the same time, creating opportunities that align with your talents and interests. His advice on many topics including the fact that we should all be reviewing our career goals every 3 months and keeping detailed examples of our strengths and weaknesses is indispensable for those of us seek a great career fit and success. A great show.
January 25, 2014
Donna Rhode is a change creator and fears nothing. For over a decade she created positive change at Cisco Systems by starting and building programs in many different departments. Then, going against the advice of some colleagues, Donna left Cisco to follow her passion and work with the local non-profit Futures of Kids. Then she returned to Cisco and had multiple opportunities in spite of being gone a year. Today Donna is the Program Director at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School. During this show Donna shares strategies for following your passion while creating a great career path.
January 11, 2014
Melanie Butler-Williams is a mother, principal, and previously, a school counselor. Raising resilient children is no small feat and Melanie dishes on some of the best strategies for engaging emotional maturity in the young people we love.
January 4, 2013
Every parent wants the best for their kids. Raising kids who are able to go out into the world and be successful requires more than just a college degree; it requires emotional health. Licensed social worker and clinician, Nadia Vasu, shares over a decade’s worth of research and wisdom on how to raise a kids who are ready to take on the world.
December 28, 2013
The holidays are a time filled with joy, peace, and …. of course, family. Sometimes said ‘family’ doesn’t evoke the joyful exuberance we sing about in Christmas carols and instead, leaves us wanting to hurt someone. When this happens it is time to listen to the wise, wonderful, and world renowned Jean McClendon of Satir Systems. Jean delivers practical strategies for coping with drunk Aunt Suzie and other obnoxious family members.
December 21, 2013
This show is a ‘must’ for anyone looking for work in today’s job market. Gary Greene, CEO of Greene Resources, an employment solutions firm, shares advice that is pure gold about how to approach the job search and be successful. Both enlightening and funny, this show will leave you with a much better understanding of how to job search really process works.
December 14, 2013
Meditation can be as mysterious as those who practice it. We think we know about it, we’ve seen the same old movie tropes about mystics who gather wisdom by practicing it, but what does meditation actually mean? Sarah McLean is the best-selling author of Soul-Centered: Transform Your Life in 8 Weeks with Meditation and is with us this week to go over how she uses meditation, the best meditation techniques, and how to use meditation to not only truly find yourself but also express your true self to the world around you.
December 7, 2013
It’s human nature to develop a relationship with our possessions. Whether it’s the cheap keychain you bought offhandedly on vacation or the stuffed animal you’ve had ever since you were born, things that we add sentimental value to can start populating our homes to the point of being overwhelming without us even noticing. This week, we’re talking with the amazing Peter Walsh, a professional organizer who appears regularly on a host of radio and television shows including his own, Enough Already! with Peter Walsh on the Oprah Winfrey Network and The Peter Walsh Show on Oprah Radio on Sirius XM; he takes us through the ways we can de-clutter the “stuff” from our lives and how to get as close to living the lives we want to live as possible.
November 29, 2013
Amy Kaufman Burk grew up rubbing elbows with Hollywood movie stars of the 1950′s and 60′s. Her father, Millard Kaufman, was a Hollywood writer with two Oscar nominations for his work. Amy recently self-published her first terrific novel Hollywood High: Acheive the Honorable. Somewhat auto-biographical, the main character Caroline Black goes from a high-end private school to Hollywood High, an inner-city school filled with gangs, run-aways, and the occassional prostitute. An accidental hero, Caroline becomes a warrior against homophobia, beautism, anti-semitism, and in the process refines her own and her friend’s moral compasses. A very inspiring show.
November 9, 2013
Here’s a trivia question: What does Paris, art galleries, photography, Washington DC, music, restaurants, and Chapel Hill all have in common? If you guessed Chapel Hill’s own Mike Benson, then you would be right. He stops by the studio to talk about his fascinating life and help all of us get un-stuck from our own creative boxes.