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Living Regret Free with Dr Gayle Carson Aug 13

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Living Regret Free with Dr Gayle Carson

David Sanders is a consultant, entrepreneur and author of “Tomorrow…Golden Age or Dark Age.”  He says that like a computer with too many open programs, having too many things to do has an adverse effect on people mentally.  It eats up one’s “attention units” or one’s mental RAM and it’s a depressing effect.  He talks about getting more done and how people can make less work for themselves.

Wayne Pickering is a naturopathic physician who is known as “The Ambassador of Health.” The author of 25 books and over 100 CD’s he shows you how to get older and better and not old and bitter while living a totally disease free lifestyle.   He talks about hoisting the flag in people’s lives so they can start accepting all this is theirs by divine right.  All of this while forgetting your regrets.

TW Walker is a Entrepreneur Superhero and has bought and sold many businesses over 20 + years.  He believes that superpowers lye within everyone to achieve success.  He was seen in Entrepreneur Magazine and authored the best seller “Superhero Success.”  His work received a rare endorsement from the Napoleon Hill foundation and shows people how to have the mindset of an entrepreneur even as an employee.

Darlene Arden explains the dynamic or pets’ relationships not only with conspecifics but also with their owners.   She also discusses whether pet owners treat their pets like children and whether it’s healthy to do so.  She answers the question as to whether pets act like human children and if they should wear clothing.  A big question is whether to let your pet sleep with you and she’ll answer that.

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