March 26th, 2012
Dr. Lee Lipsenthal was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in July 2009. As the medical director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, he was no stranger to disease and helped thousands of his patients through their illnesses.
Rather than be angry at his diagnosis, Lipsenthal continued living his life fully each day. He discovered he did not fear death and instead continued to enjoy everyday life and savor even the little things like every sandwich. Before his death in Sept 2011, he wrote a book called “Enjoy Every Sandwich” where he shares how to “find meaning, purpose, and peace in our lives.”
March 21st, 2011
For the last 15+ years, Maria Bartiromo has been the high profile face of financial news. She is host of CNBC’s The Closing Bell and also editor of the Wall Street Journal with Maria Bartiromo. She is someone who knows a great deal about what it takes to be successful and the wisdom she has gleaned is exceptionally well presented in her recent book “The 10 Laws of Enduring Success”.
September 13th, 2010
We all know about the book, The Secret, which was a worldwide phenomenon that introduced the masses to the concept of the “The Law of Attraction”. This book is the follow up to The Secret called The Power.
For some this may be considered a bit “new agey”, “woo woo” or way out there. But the underlying theme that love is the most powerful force in the universe and that all can be healed by approaching with love was fascinating to me.
July 20th, 2010
This month I am excited to highlight Dr. Susan Biali’s incredible book, Live a Life You Love: The 7 steps to a Healthier, Happier more Passionate You. This book is an exceptional guidepost to living an authentic life. In the book, she relays her personal stories and experiences in a very real and down to earth manner. Reading the book feels like having a conversation with an incredibly wise and compassionate women. Each of the steps she discusses lead you to look at your life to make sure you are living a life you love and not a life that others would love you to live.
May 11th, 2010
By Dr. Carolyn Anderson, MD Meg Whitman was the CEO of eBay from 1998 to 2008, growing the company from a business with 30 employees to a business with 15,0000 employees and $8 billion in annual revenues during her tenure. She has an esteemed 30 year career in business and is one of the most […]