Whether you are a CEO, a teacher, a mom, a coach, or an ice cream scooper, your speaking skills are important. Our ability to communicate effectively affects our relationships, career and self-esteem. And the great part about it is that with practice, ANYONE can be a great speaker.
Grant Baldwin, a professional speaker, entrepreneur, author, and family man has taught hundreds of people this skill because he knows first hand that speakers are not born, they are grown. Years ago when his wife (high school sweetheart) was five-months pregnant with his first daughter, Grant made the decision to quit his job to find something he was passionate about doing.
On this podcast, Grant talks about:
The excitement/pressure during the time he was soul searching
How he knew his calling was to be a speaker
The first steps in becoming a professional speaker
What to do if you freeze while speaking
The song featured in this podcast is called, "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
Last week, I drove down to Tijuana to visit a few of my friends who did this crazy thing and bought a hospital (my friends are kind of crazy, but the good kind. Passionate crazy). So of course, this isn't just any hospital. It's a groundbreaking cancer-research hospital that specializes in alternative medicine and Gerson Therapy and is going to revolutionize the way we treat cancer. It's called The Centro Hospitalario Internacional del Pacifico S.A., or CHIPSA and they are creating miracles. I don't know if I'd believe it if I didn't see it with my own eyes.
One such miracle who I met on the trip is Ryan Luelf. He is a 35-year-old father of three, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 B-Cell non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma a little over a year ago. The treatment options available to him through traditional medicine were grim. In fact, Ryan’s own doctor stated that he had a higher chance of dying from chemotherapy than the lymphoma in the next 6 months.
Unwilling to accept those options, Ryan investigated his options, including the Gerson Therapy which is an all natural protocol developed my Dr. Max Gerson that utilizes an organic, plant-based diet, with raw juices, coffee enemas to strengthen the immune system and re-ignite the body’s ability to heal itself. He started that immediately and when he couldn't find alternative therapy in the U.S., that's when he went to CHIPSA.
He was diagnosed in October 2015 and tests from June have showed complete resolution in some areas and near complete resolution in others. Ryan says that in two weeks, he hopes to have scientific proof that he's 100% cancer free.
On the podcast, Ryan shares his story and talks about:
Read more about Ryan's story and specific treatments he used on CHIPSA's blog.
Bummers are inevitable, but it's the choices we make after that not only define who we are, but also create our future. Life coach and Rite-of-Passage Facilitator Chrissy Brady-Smith comes on the podcast to talk about how to turn a bummer into a breakthrough.
The song featured on the show is called "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
Without us even knowing, our thoughts, which can be crazy as f***, dictate how we feel and the actions (or lack thereof) that we take. In one 10 minute mindfulness meditation this week at the beach, I identified some of these. And they were wack.
The song featured in the show is "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
For more, go to kristyarnett.com
Whether we're going on date, up against a deadline, or trying to figure out what color to paint the house, most of us experience anxiety. Ashley James, a holistic health expert and neurolinguistic master trainer, explains why anxiety exists and shows us an easy exercise we can all use to lessen or even eliminate anxiety.
The song featured on this show is "Slow burn" by Autograf.