19-01 Segment 2: Overcoming Anxiety and Feeling Joy

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Early January has long been a time for people to hit the reset button and try to refocus their energy and attention for the year ahead. We talk to two experts about how to overcome anxiety to feel happier and more at ease, despite the chaos of our everyday life.

Guests:

  • Neil Pasricha, author, Two Minute Mornings: A journey to win your day every day
  • Sharon Weil, author, ChangeAbility: How artists, activists and awakeners navigate change

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18-52 Segment 1: Unlocking Creativity: Tips for sticking to your artistic New Year’s resolutions in 2019

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We’re about to enter the season of New Year’s resolutions. Maybe you want to write a book, make a short film, or paint your masterpiece. We talk to two published authors about silencing your inner critic, breaking through any artistic funks, and finally putting pen to paper in 2019.

Guests:

  • Danielle Krysa, author, Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk: and other truths about being creative
  • David W. Berner, professor and author

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17-53 Segment 1: Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

 

Every New Year’s Eve, millions of Americans make resolutions. And most of the time, we struggle to live them out through January. We talk to an expert in the field of habit-making to talk about how we can make our resolutions last all year round.

Guest:

  • MJ Ryan, author, Habit Changers: 81 game-changing mantras to mindfully realize your goals

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Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

Every New Year’s Eve, millions of Americans make resolutions. And most of the time, we struggle to live them out through January. We talk to an expert in the field of habit-making to talk about how we can make our resolutions last all year round.

Staying In and Ringing in the New Year

Some people don’t always feel up to the hustle and bustle of spending New Year’s Eve out at a big party or a bar. We discuss ways you can make the night a special one without spending a fortune or staying out way too late.

Culture Crash: Dark

Netflix has a new binge-worthy show called Dark. The German-language show involves time travel, family drama, a small town, and a lot of mind-bending sci-fi.

15-05 Segment 1: Making New Year’s Resolutions stick

 

Synopsis: Many of us make resolutions on New Year’s Day to lose weight, exercise more or maybe save more money. How are those going a month later? Most Americans don’t keep resolutions after a few weeks. Why is that? We’ll discuss strategies for planning and fulfilling that big change in your life.

Host: Gary Price. Guests: Tom Somodi, CEO & President of the Change Science Institute; Chris Carosa, Pres. of Carosa, Stanton Asset Management, author of Hey, What’s My Number?

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