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"If it were not for bad luck, I would have no luck at all."Resilience is the ability to bounce back when things don't go as desired. Choosing to look for importance in everything helps us weather adversity. All experiences should be a catalyst for growth. “Bad luck” can help a person find strength.Living happily does not require the absence of suffering. We have the freedom to focus on the meaningful parts of our misfortunes not wallow in failures.Aknowledge the situation, learn and move forward. Resilient people view a difficulty as a challenge; looking at their mistakes as teaching opportunities for growth. They commit to their goals and find compelling reasons to get out of bed in the morning:their relationships and their spiritual beliefs. Resilient people spend their time and energy focusing on situations and events over which they have control putting their efforts where they can have the greatest impact.
The way that we explain setbacks to ourselves matter: People who are optimistic see the effects of bad events as temporary rather than permanent; Resilient people don't let setbacks affect other unrelated areas of their lives. They don't just blame themselves when bad events occur but look at the complete situation being aware of everything that contributed to the mishap. Resilient people have a positive image of the future; they develop goals and commit to achieving those goals. Resilient people are empathetic and compassionate, however, but they don't waste time worrying about what others think of them. They maintain healthy relationships, but don't bow to peer pressure. Resilient people never think of themselves as victims – they focus their time and energy on changing the things that they have control over.
How we view adversity and stress strongly affects how we succeed and it can change bad luck into good.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh discussed "Responsibility & Luck, Chapter Five" with listeners in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
In Chapter Three of the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle develops the outlines of a theory of moral responsibility. He argues that responsibility requires (1) control and (2) knowledge. In Chapter Five of my book, Responsibility & Luck: A Defense of Praise and Blame, I explored and further developed this theory of responsibility. In our discussion of this chapter, we'll explore this theory in depth, considering twists and turns like the role of regret and involuntary ignorance and incapacity.
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Martha Hartney estate planning attorney based in Boulder, Colorado. Her firm serves entrepreneurial and wealth-building families who are raising children and preparing them to receive wealth in a conscious and healthy way. Martha frequently presents programs on the unique needs of families with children at home, teaching parents how to maintain family governance even in emergencies
Tim David professional magician for eight years, giving more than 300 live performances per year. He continues to practice and teach magic and in 2010 he was named the “Top Mentalist in North America”. His popular YouTube channel has received over 4 million views and his students hail from more than 70 countries around the world. Now, David is focused on helping sales professionals, managers and leaders, negotiators, and law enforcement become more effective and persuasive communicators. He presents more than 100 keynotes and trainings each year in addition to his audio programs, ebooks, and online training programs. His clients include 3M, Bayer, Verizon, Citizen's Bank, Travelers, Burger King, and many others
Lucy Danziger co-author of 9 Rooms of Happiness with Catherine Birndorf, MD. After 12 years as Editor-in-Chief of SELF magazine, where she grew the digital brand to 6.5 million unique visitors a month . Danziger is now launching a digital media company. Her website is expected to go beta in January
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It was the fall of 1978 that I began to rediscover perhaps for the first time the importance of my Catholic Faith. The story of St. Lucyintrigued me greatly because of her courage.
St. Lucy lived in the early 4th century during a massive persecution of the Catholic Church. She was a very beautiful young woman whom I wondered how she would have lived in our time.
As a young beautiful woman, many men wanted to take her hand in marriage and her Mother wanted to arrange a wedding for St. Lucy. That never materialized because of St. Lucy’s love and commitment to Jesus Christ. She wanted to be one of Our Lady’s maids who are presented before the King (Psalms 45:15).
St. Lucy dedicated her life solely to the Lord. She would pray at the tomb of St. Agatha and through her intercession, her Mother was cured of a long illness miraculously.
This led to her Mother’s conversion to Christ, but that did not stop the suitors seeking St. Lucy’s hand in marriage.
Lucy Kalantari is a NARAS (Grammy) member who has just released her debut children's album "Pockets Full of Joy." It is a brilliant album that takes the childrens genre and turns it on its head. Lucy brilliantly infuses 1920's jazz into her children's album and takes the listener on an incredible journey. Be sure to tune in for this interview.
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Lucy Taylor joins us to chat about her latest book "Fatal Journeys" and "A Respite for the Dead". She was born in Richmond, VA, and never really got the South out of her system, as evidenced by the flavor of Southern Gothic in many of her works. She’s published seven novels, including NAILED, SAVING SOULS, and LEFT TO DIE (under the pseudonym Taylor Kincaid), and over 100 short stories.
FATAL JOURNEYS is a collection of stories about travelers who venture into regions both macabre and seductive, on the planet and within the psyche. Featuring eleven stories, including the previously unpublished “Summerland”, “The High and Mighty and Me”, “Soul Eaters”, the novella “How Real Men Die” and an introduction by acclaimed horror author Jack Ketchum, who writes: “…there are places you really shouldn’t go. Places that are dangerous to the heart, mind, and body. And these are the journeys she’s taking you on here. Some very far away geographically. Some much closer to home.… To Iceland where a wandering spirit exacts sorrowful, endless vengeance. To the back roads of Mississippi on the Fourth of July in search of a child-killer…To Thailand to kill your best friend.… So many dangerous places to go.” Visit her website at: www.lucytaylor.us
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Manifestation expert, Dr. Joe Gallenberger has decades of wisdom about creating your dreams into a quick and effective meditation called, Liquid Luck. He wanted to give people a simple and fun way to access heart-based manifestation and see immediate results. With Liquid Luck's release on CD, delightful tales came flooding in describing instant success. People reported receiving money from unexpected sources, winning lotto and raffle tickets & more. The book, Liquid Luck: The Good Fortune Handbook shares these inspiring stories in the explorer's own words. Gallenberger delves into the meat and potatoes of how these principles work.
He covers why happiness, gratitude, compassion, praise, love, and feeling abundant are essential and how these qualities can be increased in practical ways. Gallenberger reveals how to transcend the limiting beliefs and emotions that usually keep us confined to old patterns. His knowledge and the stories show us that we can indeed be miracle workers in our own lives. Liquid Luck is an essential handbook, that will be consulted repeatedly, offering a clear path toward our dreams lit with humor and heart. Dr Joe Gallenberger is a clinical psychologist with 30 years experience. He is in demand internationally as a psychokinesis and manifestation workshop provider. He is a senior trainer at The Monroe Institute . He developed SyncCreation®: a Home Study Course in Manifestation and teaches Inner Vegas Adventure™ workshops. His book Inner Vegas: Creating Miracles, Abundance and Healthis a wild ride into world of psychokinesis where mind, energized by the heart, influences matter.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Author Brian Dobbins and Actor Christopher Rowley to the show.
Author Brian Dobbins new book "Hard Luck on the Corryville Trail",
just released Dec 12. A follow up to his book Corryville, featuring Moses White
as a tough US Marshal. In the fall of 2015, Brian's short screenplay
"A Dead Husband in a Western Town" will be brought to life by Garrnet Films.
Actor Christopher Rowley will portray the lead character, Moses White on screen.
We will be discussing these projects and others tonight.
Tonight's Episode is Sponsored by Garnet Films
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Wondering about the housing market this holiday season? You're in luck tonight! Real Estate Expert, John Brashear returns to the show to get you all of the important information you'll need whether you're buying, selling or considering a home in the future!
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