Sharing personal information: Guest – Anne Sugar

If you are blindsided in your life do you know to whom you would turn? There is a difference between sharing personal information with people because you want to tell them versus because you need to tell them. When you recognize the desired outcome for both sets of people, you can be proactive in how your needs are met. Anne Sugar is an executive coach and speaker who has advised Learn more…

Defining your success: Guest – Todd Palmer

Executive coach and business owner Todd Palmer shares how he empowers his staff and teaches his clients how to create success in their work culture. For more information about Todd, please visit: ExtraordinaryAdvisors.com

Perspective after tragedy: Guest – James Arthur Ray

Life happens to us all. When we experience tragedy it is often difficult to find perspective. Think of each major event in your life like a jigsaw puzzle piece. If you isolate a piece and look at it by itself, it makes no sense as to how it will fit in the larger picture of your life. When you step back and look at the jigsaw puzzle piece as a Learn more…

Iris and Lily – Childhood templates: Guest – Julie Scipioni

As children we learn how the world works. The childhood templates we create become the foundation for who we are. Unfortunately, as adults those templates can manifest in unhealthy ways. When you struggle with something be aware of what your self-talk is. If you berate or belittle yourself, it is the core belief you taught yourself as a child. When you counteract it with healthy, self-affirmations you will start to Learn more…

Lead your life: Guest – Liana Chaouli

Lead, don’t react. Life is a series of events. Often we don’t realize that what we experienced an hour ago is still affecting us. When you practice self-check-ins it helps you recognize if you are holding on to something that is currently irrelevant. If you continually practice this, you will be able to immediately let go of negative emotions instead of carrying them into the next moment. Lead your thoughts Learn more…

Finding your coach: Guest – Melinda J Kelly

Author, Melinda J Kelly @MelindaJKelly1 reviews her book, FInding Your Coach. Her wisdom helps you find the exact person you need to help you accomplish your dreams.

Adapt and thrive: Guest – Scott Eddy

James Miller | Lifeology Radio The plans we have for our lives don’t always work out the way we want them to. Many times we have to learn to pivot and shift our original plan into something that is viable today. When we don’t review areas in our lives where we are not evolving, we, unfortunately, settle for mediocrity. Scott Eddy is the world’s leading luxury travel consultant and digital media expert. Learn more…

The importance of expressing emotions

One of the many great things about being human is our ability to feel. Our thoughts and emotions help us navigate any situation that we are in. Many people don’t realize how emotions are closely linked to the body. Each emotion has a specific physiological response. Depending on the emotion felt will determine if your body reacts in a healthy or unhealthy way. The natural progression from perception to action is as follows: whatever Learn more…

Thinking Errors

Throughout our day we often have many reactive, negative interactions. In Psychology we are taught our perception (thought) determines our emotions and our emotions determine how we react. If we have negative thoughts we then experience negative emotions which cause us be reactive and go into a defensive mode. There are fifteen common thinking errors we often use as a template to distort our thoughts during an interaction. Any time Learn more…

Yoga: Radi8 Your Inner Shine: Guest – Sindy Warren

Sindy Warren @sindyyogini reviews her book: Radi8: Using the Practice of Yoga to Cultivate Your Inner Shine. This compact book is a crystalized, bite-sized distillation of this wisdom that turns everyday life into a joy to live. #yoga #serenity #peace #flexibility

Truth to triumph: Guest – Lily Sanders

Circumstances and people will often tell us who we are or who we should become. When we are discouraged we often believe these lies and we become something we were never meant to be. The opposite of truth is belief. We know what is true based on our five senses. If you believe something to be true, that has no evidence, you are believing a lie. Look for evidence of Learn more…

Your Conscious Mind: Guest – Mark Gober

Mark Gober @markgoberauthor reviews his book, An End to Upside Down Thinking, which gives you the information you need to fully recognize and unlock your unconscious mind and embrace all of who you are. #consciousness #science #neurology #thinking #biology #brain #neurology #mind

Remembering your dreams: Guest – Cheryl Bannerman

Do you remember the dreams you used to have? When we were younger we had hopes and dreams for our lives. Unfortunately, life happened. For many of us those hopes and dreams are in the past; we’ve settled for mediocrity and think that life will always be like this. The type of person you’d like to marry, the business you’ve always wanted to start, or finishing your degree, these are Learn more…

Single in mid-life: Guest – Hope Suis

Regardless if you are a quote good or bad person, life happens. It’s very easy to focus on what was instead of what is. When you can learn the concept of Radical Acceptance it helps you focus on what you can control instead of what you cannot control. Regardless of what has happened in your life, your future is as bright as you want it to be. Relationship Expert, Hope Learn more…

Ditch your inner critic: Guest – Susan Peppercorn

As children we compare ourselves to our peers and often feel we are less than. When we become adults that sense of inferiority continues to plague us. When you recognize the difference between your ideal self and realistic self you will realize you aren’t as far off as you thought. Embrace all areas of your personality and it will help you focus on what is healthy in your life instead Learn more…

Celebrate or tolerate? Guest – Ken Foster

Ken Foster asks if you celebrate or tolerate your life. Often we forget that we have a choice. We think we have to spend time with certain people or try and get people to like us. You may be frustrated in your career or in relationships but the idea of change doesn’t cross your mind. Review all areas in your life. Are you fulfilled? Do you celebrate or tolerate people Learn more…

Remembering your dreams: Guest – Cheryl Bannerman

Do you remember the dreams you used to have? When we were younger we had hopes and dreams for our lives. Unfortunately, life happened. For many of us those hopes and dreams are in the past; we’ve settled for mediocrity and think that life will always be like this. The type of person you’d like to marry, the business you’ve always wanted to start, or finishing your degree, these are Learn more…

Accept diversity: Guest – Jason Dowd

When you accept diversity in others you grow and develop. We are all different in some way. We often use global labeling, a form of stereotyping, and think that one person who has “wronged” us is the representative of that particular group. This can happen via religion, sexuality, gender, race, age, nationality, and in many other ways. In thinking that someone who is different than you is wrong or is Learn more…

The Art of Servant Leadership: Guest – Art Barter

Leadership Expert Art Barter has successfully implemented Servant Leadership in his company and has raised their revenue by 2000%. He reviews this process in his latest book The Art of Servant Leadership II: How You Get Results Is More Important Than the Results Themselves.  ServantLeadershipInstitute.com.

Focused determination: Guest – Carol Rosenberger

We all have hopes and dreams that we want so badly to come true. Well-meaning people can talk us out of those dreams and we will always wonder, “what if?” When you focus all your thoughts and energy on what you want to come to pass your determination is what will sustain you. Grammy award nominee, pianist Carol Rosenberger reviews her book, To Play Again: A Memoir of Musical Survival. Learn more…

When all hope is lost

There are times in our life when we are blindsided by an event and we feel paralyzed. We feel as if all hope is lost. A pervasive sense of hopelessness permeates our thoughts and it feels like our world is caving in. How you respond to these feelings determines how quickly you are able to overcome them. Often when we are in the thick of a situation it is hard Learn more…

Exercise and mental health: Guest – Dr. Ouida Brown

Exercise is the free treatment you can use to help with any mental health or daily struggle you may have. Your thoughts determine what you feel. Your emotions tell your body how to respond. Many times when you are struggling with something you can’t sit still, your mind is racing and you may even pace; this is really your body having too much energy from your thoughts and feelings. When Learn more…

Emotional intelligence: Guest – Caroline Stokes

Did you know that you also have emotional intelligence? Often we think of intelligence as only being book smart, but there are technically 11 different types of intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize the nuances of your personality and quickly adapt to any situation. It also allows you to recognize what others are experiencing and to connect with them on a deeper level. You are more intelligent than Learn more…

Developing Leadership Skills- Guest – Patrick Schepeler

Patrick Schepeler is an executive coach and leadership expert whose methodology and insight will help you develop your leadership skills. Patrick is also the author of The Leadership Minute, a video and text series that gives daily leadership and self-development advice for individuals in all leadership roles. SchepelerConsulting.com

Today is your day! Guest – Jimmy Nelson

Your future starts today. We often look at famous people and think we could never be like them. When we think too far out in our future we often feel overwhelmed and think we can never achieve our goals. When you feel overwhelmed it means you are thinking too far out in your future. Focus on what you can do in this moment that will bring you closer to your Learn more…

Whole Life Challenge:: Guest – Andy Petranek

Physical movement is one of the most proactive things we can do for ourselves. We treat ourselves to toys and clothes but often forget that the healthier you are the longer you can enjoy those gifts. Everyone has a different version of what movement means, but you have to learn to incorporate it in your life every day. Andy Petranek is the Co-founder and Chief Evangelist of the Whole Life Learn more…

Living Spiritual in a Material World: Guest – Dr. Anna Gatmon

Dr Anna Gatmon, @AnnaGatmon reviews her book, Living a Spiritual Life in a Material World, which is a playbook for you to understand how to merge your spirituality and the material world – you can have enlightenment and eat your cake too. AnnaGatmon.com/DBP

Self-encouragement: Guest – Jennifer Cohn

We all have hopes and dreams that we want to accomplish, but unfortunately, well meaning people can discourage us from even trying. The best gift you can give yourself is to self-encourage. What would you say to a friend who was wanting to make a change in her life? That is exactly what you can say to yourself. When you verbally encourage yourself it quiets down the negative, self-defeating thoughts Learn more…

Suffering ends when awakening begins

Robert Crown reviews his book Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins which will inspire you and give you the courage to overcome any obstacles you may face.  For more information on Robert please visit: CrownRobert.com. You may also purchase Robert’s book on amazon or in the store at JamesMillerLifeology.com.

Raising your consciousness: Guest – Vince Kramer

If you could avoid unhealthy situations or in the moment process an event and develop your healthiest response, would you do it? There are simple techniques of how to daily raise your level of consciousness so you aren’t reactive to the world around you. Your consciousness will be exponentially self-aware and developed far beyond those who live their life on autopilot. Author and Life Coach, Vince Kramer helps you find Learn more…