Lessons Learned About Life and Love - Living with Intention and with Wisdom from Great Minds Podcast
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Lessons Learned About Life and Love - Living with Intention and with Wisdom from Great Minds PodcastNov 04, 2022
lessons learned about living in the moment
Walter Green was Chairman of the Board and CEO of Harrison Conference Services for 25 years, during which time it grew into the leading conference center management company in the U.S. He has lectured at the Wharton Graduate School of Business and Hofstra and Long Island universities, as well as being featured as an expert on the topic of effective meetings in numerous national publications. Associated for years with the Young Presidents’ Organization and the World Presidents’ Organization, he’s presently a member of the Chief Executives Organization and the L3 Organization (Leadership, Legacy, Life). Since selling his company, he has mentored young adults and is actively involved in several nonprofit organizations. He lives with his wife, Lola, in San Diego, California. Buy Walter book
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lessons learned about the art of aging part 2
lessons learned about the art of aging part 1
Lessons learned about our soldiers
Tara Fields, is a licensed behavioral health provider, Army combat veteran, and passionate advocate for the improvement of mental health care for all service members. Tara is part investigator, author, clinician, politician, and is on a mission to change the damning course our military continues down which is proving deadly. What she shares in Tracer Patient is a sobering account of her own personal journey and captures just how deeply flawed the current system is.
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Learned about creating your best life
David Richards is a life-strategist, #1 international best-selling author, and speaker on personal development.
David Richards grew up in a military family where, at an early age, he was exposed to different people and cultures. He spent much of his childhood living on military bases both in the US and overseas, before attending Penn State University, and majoring in English. Immediately upon graduation in May of 1991, he served as an officer in the Marine Corps, and participated in OPERATIONS DESERT STORM and RESTORE HOPE.
Raising Awareness To The Opioid Crisis
Cammie Wolf Rice is a mother, an advocate, an author and an agent for change. She has personal experience dealing with the dangers of opioid misuse through her own son’s battle from childhood through his passing at the age of 32. Cammie has transferred her pain into purpose. She has made it her mission to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic and alternative pain management strategies. Among her accomplishments is creating a new position in hospitals, Care Coach, to provide families in need struggling with these issues.
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What we learned in 2022
lesson learned about them becoming us
Lessons learned about anxiety
Dr. Joanne Intrator comes back to talk with us about anxiety
An Unimportant Girl
Lessons learned with Dr. Joanne
Dr. Joanne Intrator’s highly anticipated memoir, “Summoned To Berlin” describes the challenges she faced and overcame during her decade-long search for restitution for 16 Wallstrasse, a major Berlin building that was stolen from her family by the Nazis. Her story has been featured in international magazine articles and museum exhibits.
Joanne spent nine years confronting German bureaucrats, who buried her case at the bottom of the pile and told her that her family would “probably be dead” by the time she won. She was also ordered to split the proceeds with a Nazi heiress, the daughter of the men who had stolen the building. Joanne discovered that her building had been used to make Nazi flags -- and one million yellow stars – the same stars that were sewn onto her grandfather’s clothes.
Dr. Intrator was born and raised in New York City. As a psychiatrist for 30 years, she conducted groundbreaking research on brain imaging of psychopaths. The associated paper was published in the journal Biological Psychiatry and is frequently cited. The New Yorker magazine wrote about her research. Joanne has stated that her expertise in psychopaths helped her to understand and confront the German bureaucrats, and ultimately gain restitution for her family's building.
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Lessons learned in times of war
lessons learned with Lora DeVore
Lessons Learned with Dr. Nicole
Dr. Nicole Tetreaul Nicole Tetreault is a neuroscientist, writer, meditation teacher, and speaker. She specializes in neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative disorders and translates the promise of neuroscience and positive psychology for individuals to live the best quality of life. She is dedicated to enhancing lives through a holistic approach that integrates development of positive thought processes, cultivation of self-compassion and awareness of bodily sensations with our environment. She is the author of Insight Into a Bright Mind.
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lessons learned about anxiety
The Lessons we learned 2021
Lessons Learned about Being Thankful
Lessons Learned about love
What do you need most in life? Money? Stuff? Yes, those things are good to have, but what we all need most is love, and this week Vivianne gives us all a lesson about love
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Lessons Learned about Loss
Lessons Learned about Gratitude
If there is one thing we could all use a bit more of today, it is gratitude, and this week Vivianne Knebel tells us how to live a life full of gratitude
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Lessons we have Learned
Something Something about Vivianne Knebel
Vivianne Knebel was born illegitimate in 1943 in the epicenter of Nazi power, Berlin, Germany. Her free-spirited and strong-willed mother, Marija, fought to keep her alive among falling bombs and Soviet attacks. After the end of World War II, with much of Berlin razed to the ground, Vivianne came to know poverty and constant hunger. As a teenager, she immigrated to Canada, but in her new homeland, times became so desperate that she had to beg for money to eat. After dropping out of school to find work, Vivianne became the victim of sexual harassment. Spiraling into depression, she attempted to take her life, but was miraculously saved by a six-year-old child.
Falling in love with a fellow German immigrant, Wiland, proved a pivotal turning point for Vivianne. He saw a wellspring of potential in her and believed that she could become more than she had ever imagined. They married and moved to the United States. In the land where so many immigrant dreams are built, Wiland encouraged Vivianne to pursue endeavors that would test her mettle, including piloting a plane, running a marathon, and taking on a key role in supporting his business enterprise. Vivianne's journey of personal growth later gave her the courage to battle cancer and embrace a spiritual life.
Through hardship, demoralization, yearning, searching, loving, inspiration, and growth, Vivianne has discovered the ultimate secret to a life well lived: a grateful heart.
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