Are you on the cusp of a brand new story? If you can feel change brewing, if you want that change to be painless and almost instantaneous, Bob Litwin — a leading performance coach on Wall Street and a World Champion tennis player — offers a faster, more effective way to lasting change. In this conversation, Litwin shares insights into how to harnesses the power of your personal story and create positive change in any area of your life. He is the author of the audiobook “Live the Best Story of Your Life.”
Jeff Foster is a spiritual teacher and author of the audiobook “Falling in Love with Where You Are.” Today he asks: “What will you do with this one precious, fleeting gift of life?” The answer, he says, is simple, because life is short. Discover your passion. Find a way – however much you have to struggle at first – of doing what moves you and connects you to the deepest truth of yourself.
Bob Litwin, a Wall Street performance coach and world champion tennis player addresses the common misconception that change is difficult. In fact, change is fun and surprisingly simple. Bob offers insights from his audiobook “Live the Best Story of Your Life,” about how to make change easy. Telling a new story can help you realize your unique and powerful potential. Lasting, positive change is only a story away!
Bob is author of the audiobook “Live the Best Story of Your Life: A World Champion’s Guide to Lasting Change.” This audiobook offers 33 personalized coaching sessions that will help you reach new levels of success in every area of your life. His groundbreaking technique of changing your story is a fast, easy and effective way to create lasting change.
Most of us want to avoid being touched by loneliness. When we sense it coming into our awareness, we may feel nervous, fearful, angry, or frustrated—feelings we’d rather not experience. But Robert Rabbin, author of “The Sacred Hub,” has some inspiring words today about dealing with loneliness: when we make the tough decision to walk through loneliness instead of running from it, we realize there was nothing to be afraid of in the first place.
Jeff Foster is a spiritual teacher and author of the audiobook Falling in Love with Where You Are. Today he asks: “What will you do with this one precious, fleeting gift of life?” The answer, he says, is simple, because life is short. Do whatever makes you feel passionately alive. Find a way – however much you have to struggle at first – of doing what moves you and connects you to the deepest truth of yourself.
What do you want more than anything in your life? You might be surprised to learn that it’s probably not what you first think! In this episode, noted psychiatrist Dr. Shelley Uram offers a simple exercise from her audiobook “Essential Living: A Guide to Having Happiness & Peace.” This exercise will help you peel back the layers to find what you want most.