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Happiness, as the old adage goes, is an inside job. Happiness is not a destination, but a journey—and when you start your contentment trek, you may find that the ingredients for happiness have been there all the while (waiting for you!), and you discover the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living, already!
Join Coach Cafe this Friday as we interview Louise Baxter Harmon, author of Happiness A to Z: The Gleeful Guide to Finding and Following Your Bliss. With an entire alphabet of happiness, each of the 26 chapters is filled with ideas and inspiration for attaining a life filled with joy. Louise will share ideas you can apply to your own life to increase your happiness. Her book includes perspectives on happiness from classic writers such as Albert Camus, Emily Dickinson, and Kahlil Gibran, as well as contemporary figures such as Deepak Chopra and Oprah Winfrey. Click here to get your copy.
Louise Baxter Harmon originally hails from rural Kentucky. From childhood, she made it her habit to save (and savor) quotes and life lessons to share with others. Harmon is a writer, gardener, eco-activist and a contributor to the Random Acts of Kindness movement. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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I am so pleased to welcome Louise Griffith to this week's Voices program. Louise is an internationally recognized speaker, success coach, author and psychologist of 25 years. We will be focusing on her new book, You Are Worth It: 52 Weeks to Honoring, Loving, and Nurturing Your Soul. Among the accolades the book is receiving is this: "Louise has a rare gift in offering a simple, yet powerful process in this book that will carry you back home to honoring, nurturing, and loving who you truly are in the world." [Molly Harvey, author, speaker, visionary leader] Join us to learn insights into this empowering process and its impact on those who have opened the cover of this marvelous book.
And to see a sample chapter, find out about getting a copy, and more on Louise, visit her website:
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This is a "live" version of a show already in the archives. We are just placing this one here so that we can play the show at its regular time on Thursday night the 12th. You can hear the same show in the archives if you go there now. It's an interview that Jude Southerland Kessler, author of the John Lennon Series, did with George Harrison's lively sister, Louise. They talk about George's career from 1964 on, their parents, and Louise push to help Brian Epstein establish the boys in America. You'll enjoy it! Hear it live Thurs. nite at 9pmET.
Dancer, choreographer and author Matthew Shaffer continues his series on Life Lessons. Call into 646-727-2255 and ask questions about dancing careers.
This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for specials.
Welcome to conversation and poetry with Louise Nayer, a native New Yorker, now San Franciscan. She has published two books of poetry: Keeping Watch (with funding from the NEA) and The Houses Are Covered in Sound (Blue Light Press). Louise attended SUNY at Buffalo for graduate school where she studied with poets Robert Creeley and John Logan. She co-authored a non-fiction book with Virginia Lang, How to Bury a Goldfish: Celebrations and Ceremonies for Everyday Life (Rodale). Her book Burned: A Memoir (Atlas and Co.) was published in 2010 and won the 2011 Wisconsin Library Association Award and was a finalist for the USA Book News Award.
Internationally published in numerous anthologies, including the bestselling Cup of Comfort series, award-winning author Louise Mathewson has always written about the sacred moments in everyday experiences. Today, those experiences hold even deeper meaning.
Her book, A Life Interrupted: Living with Brain Injury, is a collection of transformative poetry chronicling her emergence from a coma following an auto-accident in which she suffered a serious Traumatic Brain Injury, her recovery journey, and triumphant return to her writing career. Writing poetry became her lifeline.
A Life Interrupted: Living with Brain Injury speaks to all who face the daily physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of living with any life-changing physical or mental health condition, including the family and caregivers who support them. Louise believes that writing is healing and research supports that. She also loves sharing resources that she found helpful in transcending trauma. Louise, who holds a Master’s in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University Chicago, a Bachelor’s in Latin, is a lover of words. She used to facilitate support groups for children of divorce, alcoholism, and grief, teaching children healthy ways to express feelings of loss. Louise is a passionate advocate for the many who face the daily physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of living with a disability. http://www.pearlsong.com/alifeinterrupted.htm,
A native of Chicago, Louise lives, writes and advocates from her new home in Sarasota, FL. Her website is www.louisemathewson.com.
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