Monthly Archives: January 2019

On this PSTV's Gratitude:UnFiltered, Joshua T Berglan interviews Keoke King....... Keoke King first encounter with disability was while being cared for by his grandmother. Her assistive products, a cane and a rudimentary wheelchair, were bulky and did not function well...
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Today we’re excited to have Dr. Tom Lankering D.C. host this episode of BrainTap’s Business Journal podcast. Dr. Porter and Dr. Lankering discuss BrainTap Technologies and how the company is helping practitioners, worldwide, utilize non-invasive, holistic treatments to increase patient...
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In the psychological literature, we have known forever that happiness and success are correlated. We think that when we’re successful, then we’ll be happy. Dr. Paul Jenkins, however, says we got it backwards. Dr. Jenkins is an author, speaker, positivity...
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Finding your own way and paving your own path, making a decision to change and go for it, takes a lot of courage. Georgia Woodbine is no stranger to that journey. As one of the world's leading authorities in personal...
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Going to the nutrition side of chronic pain is Dr. Kathleen Holton, PhD and assistant professor at the Department of Health Studies at American University. With her combined background in epidemiology, nutrition, and neuroscience, she provides a great view on...
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You’re staring at a account balance on your screen that says your savings are almost gone and you’re thinking…. you should start a business. But how? How do you start a business when you have no money? The answer is,...
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We all do stupid things and mess up and go unconscious. In Buddhism, it has a name: Unskillful. It simply means you didn't have the skills yet....
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Transitions and changes can be challenging at times. It may be a little bit rockier for a short period, but the sooner that you make that transition toward the better, the sooner that you will reap the rewards. Douglas Miller,...
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This episode is an important episode and it probably affects people you care deeply about, including yourself. After all, we've all been through some sort of childhood trauma. They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. As pervasive as...
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