Joan Lunden is no stranger to most of us. As the host of Good Morning America, we invited her into our homes for 17 years. Now she is an advocate for family caregivers with a new book titled Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Caregivers: 101 Stories of Love, Sacrifice, and Bonding.
Guests include Joan Lunden from Good Morning America, Linda Parks, Meg Hirshberg with a survival guide for entrepreneurs, Michael Klare explaining the scramble for the world’s last resources and Mark Goulston educating us on communication skills in the workplace.
Linda Kruse has a face you may recognize, although you don’t know her name. She’s a corporate spokesperson and executive trainer. She explains creative ways to continue working during challenging times.
Darren Hardy is a successful entrepreneur and currently is the publisher of SUCCESS Magazine. We discuss how to Jumpstart our income, our lives and our success from his book The Compound Effect.
Craig Webb is the Executive Director of the DREAMS Foundation. He believes bad dreams and nightmares are a good thing. We find out why as we discuss dreams and their waking life applications.
Beverley Staunton nearly gave up on her singing career until a phone call landed her an audition to be a singer on Dancing with the Stars. From there, her career has skyrocketed. We discuss her latest CD, appropriately named Everything Changes.