Love can happen quickly and blindly when we are not in our best state. After the sudden death of her husband, Debby Montgomery Johnson began dating a man online. During a course of two years, Debby sent the man over a million dollars only to find out that he was a Nigerian scammer. Listen here to find out how she found out and how she learned to stand in her power today.
THE WOMAN BEHIND THE SMILE
The song featured in this podcast is called, "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
Do you feel like you're just putting out fires all day and never have enough time? Today on the podcast, Kristy talks about the Time Management Quadrant from the book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. If you always feel like there are never enough hours in the day, it's most likely because you're spending too much time in the wrong quadrants.
The song featured on this podcast is "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
Mo Gawdat is Chief Business Officer at Google [X], a serial entrepreneur and author of the book, Solve for Happy. In 2001, Mo found himself unhappy despite being surrounded with all trappings of what most would assume would create happiness: a beautiful family, successful career, and financial abundance. That's when he decided to approach solving for happiness like an engineer. He spent years researching and using science to back up his findings, and also using his equation for permanent happiness to bring joy to his own life. In 2014, the algorithm was put to the ultimate test after the sudden death of his son. Mo comes on the podcast to share his story, his happiness equation, and his mission is to make 10 million people happy.
The song featured on the show is "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
If you want big amazing love, you have to risk big. I asked my best friend at her wedding what the biggest risk she took to have the love of her life.
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Becoming a thought leader in life and in business is a result of finding one's authentic values and voice. Kamila Gornia is a Marketing Strategist who helps entrepreneurs bring personality and profit to their businesses.
Relationship coach Aaron Steinberg discusses why our significant others always know how to push our buttons, why we must learn our own triggers, and how to use conflict to become better partners for each other.