MMM 053: Mindset for Teaching Patience, Understanding and Acceptance of Special Needs Children with Karen Franco
Special children want to be like everyone else and have friends. They just do it differently and may need more guidance and help. Arlene and Karen discuss how best to support, teach, understand, and accept children with special needs, especially those on the autism spectrum, and the parents who love them.
Our expert guest today, Leah JM Dean, a Tribe Formation Expert, discusses her formula to deepen our relationship with ourselves, our friends (especially between women), family, and more. Leah Dean has created a simple, but very powerful formula for building a tribe that stands the test of time.
MMM 051: A Brand New Mindset To Help You Get Through An Unusually Unique Holiday with Dr. Kelly Holder
This week, Arlene and Dr. Kelly Holder talk about how you can celebrate the holidays without grief or shame. Kelly discusses how you can set up healthy boundaries, make room for differences, deal with grief, honor your loved ones who have died, and get closer with the people around you.
Today, Arlene sits with mindset mastery expert, Craig Tennant. Our hunt is about a mindset you probably never heard before, our journey is breakthrough. Join in and find out what gems inside our treasure chest! And for the highlights of this adventure, learn what the other-than-conscious mindset and how it can help you activate your potentials and achieve greatness!
Arlene talks to Revenue Coach Kristin Zhivago about the mindsets that help entrepreneurs sell the way customers want to buy! They also discuss using digital marketing, from Google algorithms to SEO and SEM and why these matter in this day and age.
Tui shares lesser-known facts about cemetery symbols, grave goods, and cultural traditions when visiting a dead loved one. Arlene and Tui also talk about travel writing, having a companion for your book research, finding fun in writing, and working with the right people as you make your way to be the next best-seller.
Arlene and Dr. Yoram Solomon, the man behind The Book of Trust, talk about what trust is, how the media affects the way we trust others, and how trust affects how we perceive things, learn behaviors, interpret contexts, and even build trust from a common enemy.
Arlene and Sean have a heartfelt, honest discussion about facing obstacles, including suicide, and finding happiness despite a negative past. Talk about success as a mental health issue, too.
In this episode, we’re talking to Steve Haffner, the Decision Performance Expert, about how to be a Decision-Making Wizard! Steve explains how our primitive lizard brain affects how we resolve dilemmas and how to confront and outsmart that scared-y reptile.
MMM 044: Mindsets of Grace, Persistence, and Community Activism Come Together for an NFL Record Holder with Nick Lowery
Nick shares his journey to success- from multiple rejections & heartaches to being the NFL Champ he is known today.