Depression

10 Jul Dr. Robert Glover – Nice Guy Syndrome

Dr. Robert Glover, author of No More Mr. Nice Guy: A Proven Plan For Getting What You Want in Love, Sex, And Life (Running Press, 2003) Dr. Glover is an internationally recognized authority on the Nice Guy Syndrome. He is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has been featured...

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22 May James Swanwick – Habit Hacks & Better Sleep

James Swanwick is an Australian-American investor, entrepreneur, speaker, former SportsCenter anchor on ESPN and host of The James Swanwick Show podcast. He is the creator of the 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge, which helps people reduce or quit alcohol; and creator of blue-blocking glasses Swannies by Swanwick Sleep, which improve...

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08 May Brian Scrone – The Five F’s to Freedom

Brian Scrone is an entrepreneur and real estate investor who like most people, struggled to find fulfillment and figure out what was REALLY important in his life.  After a scrape with ‘rock bottom’ he developed a system of tools and practices called the 5F’s that brought his priorities into FOCUS,...

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01 May Jordan Gray – Performance Based Sex

Jordan Gray is a personal development author, and sex and relationship coach with nearly a decade of practice behind him. Jordan’s work has been featured in The Huffington Post, BBC, Self, Psychology Today, Business Insider, Yahoo!, Forbes, Elephant Journal, and countless other publications around the globe. Jordan Gray has made...

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10 Apr Taylor Conroy – Finding My Enough

Taylor Conroy is a meditating surfer obsessed with building businesses that make change. His first social enterprise, ‘Change Heroes’, mobilized 15,000 people from 80 countries around the world to to fund hundreds of schools, water projects, libraries, girls scholarships, and more for 200,000 people and raised nearly 4 million dollars....

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28 Aug Dean Smith – Forgiving My Mother’s Killer

Can you imagine being in the 6th grade and learning that your mother has been murdered? Fast forward to when you are an adult. Can you imagine not only forging the killer but save his life? Then can you imaging inviting him on stage with you in front of hundreds...

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24 Jul Dead Men: Our Quiet Suicide Epidemic

In journalism school we’re taught to avoid covering suicide outside of extreme circumstances. There’s a multitude of potential ramifications: copycats, contagion, grieving families looking to maintain privacy, and the stigma surrounding exploiting someone’s personal choice for public profit. I grew up in a culture where suicide was considered the coward’s way...

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