Your repurposed life: Guest – Marc Miller

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreA repurposed life is a fulfilled life. As we grow up our interests and personality change. We often feel that we have to remain in the same vocation or career because that’s what we were always taught. Did you realize that there is a way Learn more…

Thriving with mental illness: Guest – JJ McGuigan

Having a mental illness does not mean you cannot live a productive life. Often when we think of people with a mental illness we envision someone we would see in a movie. We all will experience some form of mental health struggle in our lives. Some mental health disorders present themselves in one’s personality, behavior, brain chemistry or simply through an adjustment in one’s life. When we take on the label of mental Learn more…

Forgiveness during grief: Guest – Rahn Anthoni

Showing forgiveness during your grief allows you to fully heal. Unfortunately, we all will experience some form of grief in our life. The event will not make sense because we never would have done what was done to us. One of the most powerful forms of closure is forgiveness. Forgiveness does not condone the person for what they have done, but it does release you from the burden of being consumed with Learn more…

Self empowerment: Guest – Jennifer Cassetta

 Self empowerment gives you the right to accomplish all of your dreams. We often allow circumstances and people to dictate what we can and cannot do in life. The outcome of past events is an indication of how our future is going to be. When you realize that each new day is an opportunity for you to grow and develop it empowers you to accomplish your dreams. Self empowerment is Learn more…

Overcoming adversity: Guest – Rayfield Walker

Overcoming adversity turns a stumbling block into a stepping stone. Life happens. We all will experience things in life that will rock our world. In that moment it feels as if we will always experience the adversity and struggle to find a way out. Did you realize, the scenario may be different, but you’ve experienced those same emotions before? What did you do in the past to help you when Learn more…

Be an authentic masterpiece: Guest – Liana Chaouli

When you are an authentic masterpiece you will be unstoppable. Often we look at the people around us and wish we were like them. We can point out flaws within our personality, our body, and in many other areas. When we focus on what we don’t like about ourselves, we don’t realize all that is good. Your perception of self determines your confidence, how others see you, and your overall 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…

Determine your success: Guest – Don Hutcheson

Only you determine your success. Often we measure success with how much money we have earned or how many materialistic things we own. However, there are many versions of success. When we stop and reflect on our quality of life, in regards to how balanced it feels, we may realize that we aren’t as successful in other areas of our lives. Creating a snapshot of your life right this second allows you Learn more…

Be the change agent: Guest – Ron Carucci

Do you know how to be an effective change agent? Did you know that you are going to grow and develop whether you want to or not? Life is always changing. You can either be proactive and become who you want to be or let circumstances change you. Learn how to be an effective change agent in your life, relationships, and career. The choice is yours. Business expert and strategist, Learn more…

Finding your mentor: Guest – Jason Wright

Reach your highest goals by finding a mentor. We all have hopes and dreams that we want to accomplish. We have a lot of drive but no direction. When this happens many people fail before they even start. When you find a mentor to help guide you along your path it is highly likely you will achieve your dreams. Business coach, Jason Wright shares how he became an entrepreneur. He Learn more…

Be true to self: Guest – Dr. Rosie Kuhn

Making the hard decision to be true to self. Many well-meaning people have wonderful expectations for us. However, as we grow, those expectations do not match what we feel is healthy for us. Making a decision to be true to self versus what the world perceives to be “the right thing,” will cause extreme conflict with your support system. It is important that you spend time getting to know yourself, 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…

Emotional blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Emotional blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about any situation determines what we keep to ourselves based off of shame and guilt. When you self-blackmail you withhold peace, joy and happiness. Learning Learn more…

Giving effective support to others: Guest – Nancy Virden

What is effective support? We all have good intentions of helping our friends and family, but how effective is your support? If you attempt to fix something for someone and they just want you to listen then you are causing more stress for your friend. Effective support allows you to ask them what they need and only provide what is healthy instead of being a problem solver. Mental health advocate Learn more…

Overcome limitations: Guest – Lisa Loving Dalton

Learn how to overcome your limitations? We all have some form of limitation in our life. Some limitations are obvious and some are not. When you allow the limitation to determine the course of your life you will never reach our goals. When you try and do the same thing as everyone else, of course, you will feel less than because you may have to do things differently. Did you realize Learn more…

Overcome childhood stigmas: Guest – Anjana Karumathil

Overcome childhood stigmas to become the person you were destined to be. When we are children our self-esteem and belief system are created based off of what people say and how they treat us. As adults those same belief systems are replayed in our head and often stop us from fulfilling the dreams that are in our heart. You are so much greater than what you think. When you listen to Learn more…

Using emotions effectively: Guest – Dr. Ed Daube

Do you know how to use your emotions effectively? Did you know that whatever you think determines what you feel? Those emotions then tell your body how to react. When you create ways to internally monitor your thoughts, emotions, and how your body is feeling, it helps you use your emotions effectively. Psychologist, Dr. Ed Daube, “The Emotions Doctor” teaches you how to use your emotions, specifically anger, as a Learn more…

Take responsibility: Guest – Scott Schmaren

When you take responsibility it will help you live a fulfilled life. We are all self-made individuals. The choices we make today are the foundation for tomorrow’s success. Often we’ve trained ourselves to go on auto-pilot and respond to life in a reactive way. When we slow down and analyze our belief system it causes us to realize that our choices are defining our future. Taking responsibility allows you to Learn more…

Breaking generational patterns: Guest – Joan Z Rough

The struggle of being a caretaker to an abusive parent. Many times children will repeat the behaviors of their parents. As they mature, they will continue to demonstrate whatever behavioral patterns their parents modeled for them unless they consciously make the decision to interrupt the cycle. It’s important to look at previous generations to see what is a family legacy, or rather a learned behavior passed on from generation to generation. When you 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…

Renewing your sense of wonder: Guest – Michael Grandinetti

Magician, Michael Grandinetti renews your sense of wonder through magic When was the last time you were “wowed,” – when you were amazed and felt a sense of wonder by something. It’s unfortunate, but as we grow, we lose that sense of wonder and often live a life without magic or excitement. Renew your sense of wonder today! Be curious, read, travel, play with a child and let them teach Learn more…

Intrinsic motivation: Guest – Bryan Falchuk

Struggling to find motivation? We all have goals that we accomplish. However, We often forget the reason why we started something and mediocrity can set in. Conversely, when we want to make a change, we don’t identify the most profound reason to commit to the goal. Identifying this in your life and holding fast to that will allow you to accomplish your dreams. Motivational Coach and author, Bryan Falchuk, shares Learn more…

Using your past to heal others: Guest – Adele McLay

Adele McLay tells the tale of her 12 miscarriages. Life happens. We all will experience pain in our lives. It’s natural to grieve and surround yourself with those who support you. It’s vital that as you pass through your grief that you share your story with others. When we are grief-striken we are incapable of sharing what has happened but when you hear yourself discuss what transpired, it shows you how far Learn more…

James Miller | Lifeology Radio – Living in the stillness: Guest – Leonard Perlmutter

Throughout our day we often don’t realize how reactive we are to our thoughts or external circumstances. When you learn to find stillness in your mind and heart, it manifests itself in your body and your actions. When you incorporate meditation into your daily life it helps you release negativity that you are holding onto. It gives you peace of mind in a way you’ve never experienced before. You get to Learn more…

Self-blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreSelf-blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about Learn more…

Small investment, big returns: Guest – Everett Jolly

James Miller | Lifeology Radio Often we think we don’t have enough of something to make a difference – enough time, money, energy. The reality is every large thing has to start somewhere. When you focus on what you can invest instead of what you cannot, you will gain a huge return. When you are overwhelmed or feeling defeated, you are thinking too big… start small and earn big. Everett Learn more…

Discovering talents you didn’t know you had: Guest: Sylvia G

James Miller | Lifeology Radio We often look at others and think they are more talented and then feel insecure when we compare ourselves to them. Often people become too busy and forget their hobbies and previous interests which then creates a sense of mediocrity. Your hobbies are often linked with your talents. When you consistently engage in what you enjoy it often leads to new careers. If you don’t try something, for fear of Learn more…

Finding purpose after tragedy: Guest – Pattie Welek Hall

A mother finds purpose after tragedy. Unfortunately, we all will experience some form of tragedy in life. When we go through this tragic event we may feel like our future will be as hopeless as we currently feel. Once you process the grief, it’s important to reflect on the person you were prior to the event. Resetting yourself to that personality profile gives you direction find structure for yourself. Then, reflect on what you learned Learn more…

Being your best you: Guest – Zephan Moses Blaxberg

James Miller | Lifeology Radio Each new day is an opportunity to be the best version of ourself. Often we go through life not realizing that we have settled for mediocrity. Regardless of how routine the event is, we have an opportunity to continue to grow and reach our highest potential. Are you continually looking for ways to better yourself? When you can take the reins and looks for opportunities Learn more…

Change your self-talk: Guest – Rocky Detwiler

James MIller | Lifeology Radio We all have thoughts that can plague us with fear and doubt. What you believe to be true determines what you think. What you think determines what you feel. What you feel tells your body what to do – which creates your habits. When you analyze the looping thoughts that continually bombard your mind you will realize that your self-talk may not be as encouraging and Learn more…