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We all know we should "be ourselves", but what does that mean and why can't we be like other people? Today find out why being the copycat can really lead to Something Wonderful.
Marion Licchiello is a Self Empowerment Coach and Motivational Speaker. She has studied many modalities that include helping others such as: personal training, fitness counseling, hypnosis, thought field therapy, kinesiology, coaching, and consulting. She prides herself on learning and growing to become a better person day by day while helping others do the same. . Marion’s articles, write-ups, and other stories have been published by various websites and magazines. More than twenty five years ago, after being bedridden with Lyme disease for nine months, she was told she may be in a wheelchair the rest of her life. That was unacceptable to her. She realized if she had used the power of positive and healthy thoughts, she may have been out of bed in three weeks. She took her life into her own hands, not only in this situation but through abuse, being controlled, and growing up in a negativeenvironment. Her primary belief is that whatever you focus on is what you get, so why not focus on the positive? The law of attraction guides her each and every day. She is a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. She also believes attitude is everything and changing one single thought can make a world of difference in your life…. And she always believes if she can do it, Anyone Can! My website is www.getmotivatedwithmarion.com. The book is available through my website. Anyone who calls or contacts me for a book and says "Something Wonderful" will receive a discount.
Sometimes we shrink away from our "adult" responsibilities. Today I tell you about a shift in my thinking and how I had one of the best nights' sleep in my "Big Girl Draws."
" and on the THIRD day . . ."
The Lord SURE does like numbers. On the FIRST day He went to work creating. The SEVENTH ? Rest time?
But somewhere in between-that third day . . .
What about that?
"He Got Up!" -Clint Brown
Want to find something wonderful, but don't know where to go? I've read dozens of books about positive thinkers, doers who went from rags to riches, and how-to manifestos that lead me to this day. We'll talk about who pushed me and who I'm going to let lead me into more something wonderful.
We'll also discuss my upcoming trip to a book signing with Peter Shankman and how I'm going to leverage that into Something Wonderful.
Something Wonderful happens everyday. Today I start my own talk show because I have had success and would like to share that with others. Call and share what is wonderful with you, find out what is wonderful with you, or even find a shoulder to cry on because - hey - it ain't all wonderful. We will be discussing INC.com's article on Richard Branson, entrepreneurship, being positive, and why YOU should get your Something Wonderful started NOW. http://www.inc.com/maga
Have you ever had very high hopes for a venture only to see it fail? Did it ever cloud your excitement and pride over other, very successful projects? Today's show features a way to stay on your Wonderfully high horse.
Find Val Carey at http://www.mytotm.blogspot.com/ or catch her show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mytotm.
Gillian Anderson joins host Robin Milling to discuss The Fall, her first lead investigative series since The X Files. Playing a detective superintendent investigating a serial killer in Belfast, she jokes she's had nine years of medical school as Scully. The Fall is shot in Belfast and the tourism board has Gillian to thank as room 203 in the Hilton Hotel, where her character stays in the series, is booked through the winter of 2014.
Gillian tells Robin she's got a bit of an identity crisis, being born in Chicago and moving to London. In grade school she used her English accent to make friends, but kids can be cruel so she adopted an American accent. Now she says she can't escape 'the Britishisms' and calls London home.
You can also see Gillian on the NBC series, Hannibal as Lecter's therapist, and the upcoming series Crisis.
Gary Vaynerchuk gives us 15 minutes of his time in his #1aDayQandA initiative. He speaks about intuition, an attitude of gratitude, and how to just start failing in order to do Something Wonderful.
Meet Gary Vaynerchuk, a 36 year old New York Times and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author who is also a self-trained wine and social media expert. At 8-years-old he was operating seven lemonade stands in his neighborhood and by 10 he had moved onto selling baseball cards at local malls. Gary started reading The Wine Spectator and wine books, and realized collecting wine offered an allure similar to his previous hobby of collecting baseball cards. With a wealth of knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit, Gary spent every weekend of his college years at his parents’ wine store. Recognizing the importance of e-commerce in 1997, Gary launched Winelibrary.com and helped grow his family business significantly from $3 million to $45 million by 2005. Gary has appeared on countless programs from Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Ellen to MSNBC, CNBC, CNN and NPR. Thanks to ThePhatStartup.com for putting me on to Gary!
His next book Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How To Tell Your Story In A Noisy World is due out October 2013.
Dawn Wright-deBrantes & Peter Mingils are world-reknowned strategists, speakers & trainers in the MLM & Direct Sales stratosphere and they are meeting up every Tuesday with you LIVE to discuss the truths of the industry, this economy and what's going on out there (and inside) that's 911 critical (to them and you) in both life & business...each & every Tuesday. The Dash is a show about the meaning, substance, impact, power, soul & culture of your business and your life. When you look at your dateline: In business from 1969 - present. In 1969 you sold your first widget. Today is today. The dash (-) is everything in between. It's the people who's lives you touched and changed for the better. The human connections you've made. The hungry mouths you've fed. The ...(fill in the dash), Then…ask yourself - What was MY Dash? - From beginning to end, what did it all mean? Follow Us Blog Facebook