Dean Klinkenberg

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The Mississippi River is one of this country’s largest iconic features. It has played a monumental role in our nation’s history, business, and culture. Listen into this week’s Writers’ Voices as Cheryl Fusco-Johnson interviews with travel writer, Dean Klinkenberg. Dean has travelled 75,000 miles since 1997 along the Mississippi, researching the culture and history, talking Read More

Michael Cuddehe

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Listen to this Writers’ Voices for a thought-provoking conversation Michael Cuddehe. He is the author of “Chronicle of Catastrophe: A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years”. The book presents Michael’s real-time reflections of the markets, political issues, economy and global developments during the George W. Bush administration in order to put America’s current economic troubles Read More

Sallie Felton

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The theme of Sallie Felton’s work is, in her words, “Start Where You Stand.”  This life coach, author, radio show host, facilitator, hypnotherapist, and inspirational speaker uses the metaphor of a tree to depict life balance, and a tree certainly does start where it stands!    Felton’s insightful and penetrating questions gave me pause, and I thought I had life Read More

Lucia René

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We loved talking with Lucia René, who has been a professional actress, a computer science consultant, a teacher of self-discovery, and more recently, a writer. Lucia’s 40 year exploration of consciousness has drawn her to the practices of Hinduism, Zen, Vadriyana Buddhism, and Advaita and a 17-year apprenticeship to an enlightened master of American Buddhism, Read More

Diana Leaf Christian

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Diana Leaf Christian is sought after internationally as an author, speaker, and consultant to eco-villages, co-housing communities, and other types of intentional communities.  Her first book was Finding Community: How to join an eco-village or intentional community. Her second is Creating a Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow Eco-Villages and Intentional Communities. Diana was editor Read More

Jeff Klein

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In Working for Good, Jeff teaches business applications of five key concepts: Awareness, Embodiment, Connection, Collaboration, and Integration. An enthusiastic practitioner and proponent of conscious business, Jeff Klein was one of the visionaries and driving forces behind several endeavors you’ve undoubtedly heard of: the career of musician Yanni, Seeds of Change (the organic open pollinated Read More

Sherry Ellis

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Sherry Ellis talks about her new book, Now Write! Non-Fiction. This is an essential handbook for non-fiction writers, featuring the trusted personal writing exercises of today’s masters of creative non-fiction, including Gay Talese, Reza Aslan, John Matteson, Tilar Mazzeo, and many more! During the second half-hour of the show, John Sorflatten talks about the  Fairfield Art Walk Read More

David Daniels

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Dr. Daniels is a clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medical School. He served as co-director of the First International Enneagram Conference at Stanford University in August 1994 and has taught the enneagram system internationally for 15 years.  He is also a founding director of the International Enneagram Association (IEA). His newly Read More

Ravi Batra

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Special Guest Host Attorney Paul Gandy, who specializes in issues related to consumer debt, joins Writers’ Voices as we explore economic crisis. Our guest is world-renowned economist Dr. Ravi Batra.  In his book, The New Golden Age: The Coming Revolution against Political Corruption and Economic Chaos, Batra argues that nations pass cyclically through three eras Read More

Stephen Covey

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Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana talk with Dr. Steven Covey about his latest book, “Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times”. Dr. Covey’s previous book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” has been named the #1 most influential business book of the Twentieth Century. Recognized as one of Time magazine’s 25 most influential Americans, Stephen R. Read More

David Simon

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Dr. David Simon, neurologist and co-founder of the Chopra Center,  has a personal mission to facilitate the integration of complementary and conventional medicine in the 21st century.  He has become one of the nation’s foremost authorities on effective and appropriate use of holistic health care practices, and he continues to research and develop clinical programs Read More

Rick Hanson 2009

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In this interview, Wellspring Institute co-founder Rick Hanson discusses his latest book, “Buddha’s Brain”. This book is co-authored by Richard Mendius, MD. Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist, meditation teacher, and contemplative neuro-science researcher. He graduated the University of California, Los Angeles summa cum laude, and cofounded the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom.

Constantine Darling

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In this interview, we talk with Constantine Darling , about his new book,  “Romancing Sleep” (co-authored by Terrri Salvatore-Swahn).  Constantine has led intensive study groups for 30 years, exploring meditation, Gurjieffian philosophy, Chi Gong, deep sleep and dream recall, power dreaming and dream linking. He helps people uncover deeper layers of sleep, leading to transformative Read More

Ariane De Bonvoisin

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This interview features Ariane de Bonvoisin, author and creator of The First 30 Days book and media company. This project is focused on guiding people through all types of changes, both personal and professional. The First30Days management team is comprised of seasoned former executives from a variety of media companies, including CNN,,  International Data Read More

Steve Sisgold

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Steve Sisgold has modeled and taught thousands how to use their innate body intelligence to create better health, prosperity and richer and more authentic relationships. He attributes his success as an author, speaker, practitioner, singer, film maker and businessman to his heart-felt commitment to embody his true calling.  He daily affirms to himself the words Read More

Linda Egenes

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Linda Egenes is an adjunct faculty member at Maharishi University of Management and author of  Visits with the Amish. Linda became acquainted with some Amish neighbors while they were working on a construction project at MUM.  A student writing project turned into thirteen years of visiting with and writing about her Old Order Amish friends Read More

Paul Lima

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Toronto-based business writer and business writing trainer Paul Lima speaks about his several books on writing, including “The Six-Figure Freelancer; How to Find, Price, and Manage Corporate Writing Assignments“, “The Business of Freelance Writing; How to Develop Article Ideas and Sell them to Newspapers and Magazines”, and “How to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 60 Read More