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Christopher Harding has been involved in transformation and personal growth via the media communications industry for 20 years. His passion is to facilitate great conversations around fascinating topics with individuals who make the process of discovery an engaging and enjoyable one.

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In this episode we continue to explore our filters through the eyes of co-host Phoenix Hammerstrom.

In this show, we'll explore the various filters we wear that influence how we see the world. Serving as Chief Guinea Pig for this episode, Christopher Harding will allow his co-host Phoenix Hammerstrom to prod him with questions as to his... more

In this program we'll take a good introspective look at the human tendency to shade the truth or outright lie and dive into the idea of accountability for our words.

In this program, we'll be joined by former champion wheel-chair racer and Lakers' wheel-chair basketball warrior, Keith Davis, as we explore the illusory nature of life.

We'll continue our exploration from last show and look at ways to heal from our inner wounds.

We'll explore how we often unconsciously violate others space, privacy, confidences, and expectations and the implications in our lives and others.

This program explores how we can make each day matter regardless of the external circumstances.

In this episode we'll explore the art of the question and how to deepen relationships and understanding by asking great questions.

In this program we will discuss the choice we make each day regarding the nature of our life; and how those choices ripple into our future.

In this program we will explore the tools and techniques needed to create and facilitate effective change. We'll discuss how to tap into the intuitive field, to practical change management techniques.

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