Dr. Duffy talks with Vincent Genna, psychic therapist and medium, about how most people don't know what's holding them back. The answer is Maladaptive Beliefs and the Environmentally Made Mind. What are maladaptive beliefs, and how did we get them?
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Michael J. Shea, who holds a doctorate in somatic psychology from the Union Institute and has taught at the Upledger Institute, the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, and the International University for Professional Studies. He is a founding board member of the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America and the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings. He is the author of several books, including Somatic Psychology. www.sheaheart.com
Dr. Duffy speaks with Dr. Jan Yager - a sociologist, freelance writer, coach, speaker, artist, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, about how to give friends the value they truly deserve in your life. What it takes to be a friend and how to heal a friendship conflict.
Loads of people can't wait to get engaged, but this couple - the woman wishes he WAITED. This man had gotten down on one knee at the WRONG TIME. How would you react to a proposal gone wrong because the Nassau Morning Madhouse's reaction is just as awkward as hers.
Ray Schwetz gets business empowerment from Nicole Snurkowski, CEO of Innovative Transformations, LLC, a company that teaches leaders at all levels how to get breakthrough results. Nicole is a results-driven leadership consultant, working with CEOs to deliver exceptional sustained value to customers through a methodical and strategic process.
Dr. Duffy speaks with Dr. Jan Yager - a sociologist, freelance writer, coach, speaker, artist, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, about making and keeping the friends who enhance and even extend your life. There is a direct correlation between the number of quality friends and even casual friends one has and a happy, healthy long life.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Randall Bell, a sociologist and economist who specializes in disaster recovery projects. Dr. Bell has consulted in tragedies around the world, including the World Trade Center, Flight 93, Sandy Hook, BP Oil Spill, and Hurricane Katrina. On todays show, we will discuss his book and podcast, Post Traumatic Thriving. www.coreiq.com/dr-bell
Dr. Jeanine Cook-Garard learns about Cohen Children's Medical Center in New Hyde Park, a pediatric acute care children's teaching hospital located in New Hyde Park. Her guest is Dr. Matthew Harris, a doctor who specializes in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Medical Services with Northwell Health at Cohen Children's Medical Center.
Bill Horan talks with Mike Rucker, author of THE FUN HABIT. Mike will discuss why he decided to write as book about fun, how the pandemic changed people's approach to fun, where fun fits in when we are trying to achieve success and happiness and how having fun helps businesses achieve their goals.
Hosted by Rob Leonard and Tim Leonard, today Rob and Tim talk about the Giants getting into the playoffs, remembering soccer legend Pele, and why the Jets are going nowhere. "From the Pressbox" airs live every Monday on 90.3FM WHPC. www.nccradio.org
The boys recap last year's show and celebrate the 21st anniversary of its tenure on WHPC. Memorable moments and prophecies found in a car magazine from 1978 find us talking about the safety of air bags & the advent of catalytic converters. Driving old vs new cars gets some air time, as does the pesky speed sensor replacementon Chris' Tracker.
Is there a song around the holiday season that sounds like nails on a chalk board to you? There's a couple who feel this way about a song and just want it vanished. Unfortunately, they don't have the funds to do this, but one can dream.
Dr. Jeanine Cook-Garard learns about Lifestyle Medicine - a specialty that uses therapeutic lifestyle interventions to treat certain chronic conditions. Her guest is Dr. Penny Stern, Chief of Preventive & Lifestyle Medicine at the Katz Institute for Women's Health, and the Department of Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology and Prevention, at Northwell Health.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Jess Bell, an osteopathic physician, specializing in both Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Bell offers healing sessions that focus on the quantum field of energy that exists within and all around our body and can be offered in person or from any distance. www.doctorjessbell.com
Out with the old and in with the new - but Santa? Santa has been known to wear red, white, and black for years upon years, but what if he suddenly didn't have his iconic look? A comapny has put a modern twist on Santa and the crew goes WILD.
Bill Horan talks with Bill Treasurer, author of LEADERSHIP TWO WORDS AT A TIME. Bill will discuss what the title of his book means, why he says "progress demands momentum. and momentum turns on the engine of urgency," why we must "know our sunshine,' and why integrity still matters.
The show kicks off with a tire pressure rant, but a quick recovery follows. Being the last show of the year finds the boys talking with an old friend and perennial great source of automotive knowledge, Carl Anthony from Automoblog.net. The boys cover current trends with EV's, hybrid's and even their old nemesis, the autonomous car.
Ray Schwetz gets business empowerment from Michele Rebetti, President of Crestcom International - Key Alliance LLC, a worldwide leadership development company that develops management and leadership skills to sharpen a managers' focus on the bottom-line and enhance an organization's ability to compete in their market.
Alexa has a new feature that people can try out - but what if you came up with YOUR OWN FEATURE!? "Alexa, pass me the potatoes." "Alexa, finish my homework." Maybe Alexa can do all of this and more!? Her new feature might even allow people to win MONEY!!
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Anand Swaroop, a biochemist, founder, and president of the evidence-based nutritional ingredient supplier Cepham and co-founder of Nutrify Today. He talks about the advantages of moving from organic to regenerative, how we can support our farmers and what's in it for companies and the consumer.
Hosted by Rob Leonard and Tim Leonard. Today they talk about the Mets signing players and being hit with a Luxury tax. The World Cup is down to the quarterfinals. Jets and Giants both lose. Isles slumping
Bill Horan talks with Dr. David Bernstein, author of THE POWER OF 5. Dr. Bernstein will discuss why our healthcare system is the most expensive but not the best, how lifestyle and environment account for 95% of chronic illnesses, what are the 5 characteristics that lead to a happy, healthy, and longer life, and how simple changes can help us control our own health.
The boys talk with Tom Sarmento, lead mechanic from the Dukes of Hazzard TV show about his new book titled "The Man Behind the General." If you're a fan of the show and have wondered how they managed to always have a camera-ready Charger available to shoot,this is the book for you. You'll also learn some interesting personal facts about Tom as well as some cool TV trivia.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Master Hypnotist Kevin Stone, who has helped people overcome smoking, weight challenges, and stress. He is the Holder Of The Highest Honorary Awards And Degrees, and is a Board Certified Hypnotherapist. www.hypnotist.com
Ray celebrates his induction into the "Do Nothing Club" then fawns over the new Matco brake flaring tool he received from MatcoMan Brian. Dan Short from the very popular TV show Fantomworks calls in to discuss his new media ventures, including his homesteading involvement. Auto parts availability & quality are also kicked around this hour.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Greg Macpherson, biotechnologist, pharmacist and author of “Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging,” says the source of some of the best immune nutrients can be found in egg yolk, but simply serving them up for breakfast may not be enough. http://www.srw.co