Episode 45: Darren Gold reads from Master Your Code: The Art, Wisdom, and Science of Leading an Extraordinary Life

Book cover-MasterYourCode2“This is a MUST READ for anyone interested in leadership and human potential.” Frank Blake, Former Chairman & CEO, The Home Depot


How does anyone get to a point in life where they can say unequivocally that they feel fulfilled and fully alive? Why are some leaders more effective than others? Why are some people happily married and others not? Why are some individuals more prone to depression while others seem to possess a magical resilience? Why do some elite athletes become professionals and others remain mere amateurs? Why are some of us happy and others unhappy despite almost identical circumstances? It’s your program. A subconscious set of rules that drive the actions you take and limit the results you get. To be extraordinary in any area of your life, you must write and master your own code. This is your guidebook for doing that now.

By reading this book you will learn how to:
*Be the shaper of your life, not a prisoner of your circumstances

*Take full responsibility for your life and give up the right to complain

*Honor your word and live a life of integrity

*Let go of grudges and forgive unconditionally

*Do what you were born to do in this world

AUTHORheadshot-DarrenGoldDarren Gold is Managing Partner at The Trium Group where he is one of the world’s leading executive coaches and advisors to CEOs and their teams. His mission is to unlock the full potential of leaders and their organizations. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and children.

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Episode 19: Laurie Hollman reads from The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Anxiety in Children and Teens: The Parental Intelligence Way

Busy ParentsAre you the busy parent of an anxious child or teen? “Do you wonder why your child or teen seems on edge, unduly nervous, or restless at times—maybe all the time? Are you uncertain if and when you should be worried? Are you so busy that sometimes you dismiss these thoughts but later reconsider them? You may be noticing that you have an anxious child or teen.” (excerpt from Introduction).

Do you know the signs of generalized anxiety, panic attacks, obsessional compulsive behavior or separation anxiety? In this book, vignettes of this wide range of anxiety states in children and teens are discussed along with how to help these kids master their anxiety the Parental Intelligence Way.  Parenting tips are elaborated in this quick read that offers powerful solutions.

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