Finding your groove with Dr. Christine Carter: January 28th, 2016

Getting Your Groove Back with Happiness Expert Dr. Christine Carter Sometimes we feel stuck, unsatisfied, and just not in the groove, in our work or home life. Dr. Christine Carter, author of The Sweet Spot, says we may be working against ourselves! In our chat, we learn the importance of "recess," why daydreaming IS important, and how more is not, in most cases, better. Plus, how checking email … [Read more...]

Nerium International Founder Jeff Olson: December 5th, 2013

The Founder of Nerium International talks about the Slight Edge Jeff Olson guests There are thousands and thousands of books about success. We have the information that we need, so why aren't we all successful? Nerium founder Jeff Olson says it's the little things that make a big difference, in addition to our approach to the information. We talk about weight loss, making small decisions, … [Read more...]

A Closer Look Radio – Harvard MBA Jeffrey Fox talks about how to get to the top: March 10th, 2011

It's the little things that give us the biggest lessons. Harvard MBA, Business consultant and NY Times Bestselling author Jeffrey Fox knows that, so he put together a guidebook to help us understand those lessons in business and in life. For example, he explains why it's important to cut our meat in bite-sized pieces... why we should teach the girls to whistle... and why you can't unsour the milk. … [Read more...]

Brain Mechanics author Spencer Lord: February 17th, 2011

A quick and easy way to tune up the mind and maximize emotional health with Spencer Lord. Do you notice your performance on the job suffers from anxiety?  Dealing with depression, mood swings or addictive behavior?  Until recently, cognitive behavioral therapy was only available through professional therapy. Not anymore.  Spencer Lord is demystifying CBT for us, allowing us to harness our … [Read more...]

Influence and persuasion expert Kurt Mortensen: October 21, 2010

Kurt W. Mortensen is one of America's leading authorities on persuasion, motivation and influence. Kurt spent 15 years researching personal development and motivational psychology and is currently a professor on the university level. He offers his speaking, training, and consulting programs nationwide, helping thousands achieve unprecedented success in business and personal endeavors. Kurt is … [Read more...]