In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews magician, author, and inspirational speaker, Brad Barton. Brad wrote a book called “Beyond Illusions”. Interestingly enough, this book, written by a magician, is about not being deceived. Brad shares some incredible insights that you will find immediately relevant to your life and relationships.
In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul is joined by Chad Brown and Gary Acevedo. Gary is the founder of Dream Makers Academy, and regularly coaches people to get out of their own way. By learning the principles of success and then the skills that are necessary to apply these principles, you bring power tools into your life which will help you to get there faster, and have lots more fun while you do. Gary sometimes teaches a skill in his workshops called “How to melt your favorite jerk”, which he shares in this episode. Learn more about Gary at www.dreammakersacademy.com.
In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul is joined by returning guest, Summer Morris, LPC along with Mat Edvik. Summer and Mat are both specialists who work with teenage girls, Mat as a math teacher in a residential treatment school, and Summer as a counselor and therapist. The principles that govern esteem and self concept issues in teen girls are applicable to anyone. Learn more about what Summer and Mat are doing at www.teenesteemcounsel.com.
In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul welcomes Ruel Haymond. Ruel is a teacher and student of constitutional law at George Wythe University. In a somewhat more-political-than-usual discussion, the proper role of government is the topic of conversation. Especially in this election season, it is important to acknowledge the various threats to our freedom and liberty, the greatest threat being our own ignorance.
The most common lament I hear in my psychology practice is this question. In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul calls together the brain trust of Shaye Larsen (Idea Orbit), and Leslie Householder (The Jackrabbit Factor) to take on this question. Some powerful take-home ideas are shared, along with a great opportunity to get more personally involved.