Interviews with empowered people digging into their lives and making fertile ground, chock full of tips, practices, and ideas for realizing your full potential & co-creating a more meaningful existence in the here and now.
Saying “life is good!” with a bright smile may seem like an unlikely refrain from someone whose beloved homeland is embroiled in war and turmoil. For Achier Mou, a “Lost Boy of Sudan”*, experiencing brutal attacks, disease and starvation have bred neither radicalism nor hate, apathy nor depression
He’s acted with Bruce Willis and schlepped dry wall, driven limos and starred in a music video. Even when not on the set, Mickey attracts a crowd with his unabashed observations, leaving listeners to wonder if they should be offended or inspired by his straight-talk and kind heart.
Her office is adorned with statues of goddesses and crystals; she’s inadvertently sparked protests in India, and is lovingly coined, “the White Tamil” by her Sri Lankan colleagues. From impoverished fishermen -- whose children were swept away by a Tsunami -- to New York’s rich and famous in private hospitals, Dr. Ellyn Shander lovingly, and if necessary, forcefully, doles out her energy and expertise with equal fervor