Lifestyle

‘Chapman’ Screening At Long Beach International Film Festival
July 21, 2014 with

‘Chapman’ Screening At Long Beach International Film Festival

Chapman, an independent feature motion picture produced by Douglas Weiser is slated for showing at the Long Island Beach Film Festival.

Paso Robles Travel Review: Wine and Dine Without Breaking the Bank
July 21, 2014 with

Paso Robles Travel Review: Wine and Dine Without Breaking the Bank

There’s no better weekend trip than to visit California’s wineries and partake in some delicious vino; check out Paso Robles on the Central California coast

The Emotional Arcade: Why Brent Hoff Wants to Tick You Off
July 18, 2014 with

The Emotional Arcade: Why Brent Hoff Wants to Tick You Off

Writer and producer Brent Hoff discusses The Emotional Arcade, an interactive installation where participants engage in competitive games using their emotions

Giving Back

Alleviating Poverty in the U.S.: ‘Do We Have the Will?’
July 22, 2014 with

Alleviating Poverty in the U.S.: ‘Do We Have the Will?’

One-third of the people living in the U.S. are living below the poverty line; do we have the commitment to help lift them up?

MusiCorps: Turning Wounded Veterans Into Musicians
July 21, 2014 with

MusiCorps: Turning Wounded Veterans Into Musicians

The power of music cannot be understated, particularly for our nation’s wounded warriors; MusiCorps Founder Arthur Bloom on this life-saving organization

Dalia Mogahed: Muslims in America
July 14, 2014 with

Dalia Mogahed: Muslims in America

Scholar and CEO of Mogahed Consulting on how Americans view Muslims, how ending discrimination will create a stronger, more unified country

Health

How to Discover the Truth of Who You Are
July 21, 2014 with

How to Discover the Truth of Who You Are

Spiritual healer Andrea Becky Hanson offers advice on how to be more joyous and stress-free, and to discover the true you through subtle shifts in your life

Food Is the Body’s Biggest Obstacle to True Health, Naturopath Says
July 21, 2014 with

Food Is the Body’s Biggest Obstacle to True Health, Naturopath Says

Want to feel better? Diet, nutrition are essential tools for those who are seeking better balance to their health

10 Tips to Help You Start – and Keep – a Great Workout Program
July 17, 2014 with

10 Tips to Help You Start – and Keep – a Great Workout Program

For many of us, it’s hard to get off the couch, let along begin an exercise and fitness program; here’s how to launch your physical wellness plan

Career

Why Timber and Farmland May Be Good Investments
July 22, 2014 with

Why Timber and Farmland May Be Good Investments

With the constant uncertainty in the global economy, it’s hard to figure out the best place to park your money; how to get the most out of your investment

How to Become an Internet Sensation (VIDEO)
July 17, 2014 with

How to Become an Internet Sensation (VIDEO)

Many believe it’s so easy to have their 15 minutes of fame; how Web stars are made

The ‘Hype’ of Startups: ‘Every Revolution Is Consumer-Led’
July 17, 2014 with

The ‘Hype’ of Startups: ‘Every Revolution Is Consumer-Led’

‘Chief Interruptor’ Joseph Jaffe says we need to look beyond the hype and at the businesses and startups that are really creating to know what’s going to stick

Relationships

The Agony of Saying No
July 18, 2014 with

The Agony of Saying No

Do you know how to say ‘no’? We can begin to interrupt the automatic pattern of immediately saying ‘yes’ and start saying No when that’s what’s best for us.

Understand Your Own Love Map
July 17, 2014 with

Understand Your Own Love Map

8 tips and tools for understanding your relationships

Why My Hair Dryer Reminds Me of My Mother & Her Dementia
July 17, 2014 with

Why My Hair Dryer Reminds Me of My Mother & Her Dementia

‘Every morning when I pick up my hairdryer, I wonder – is this the day? Will the wires still connect? And I am reminded, too, sadly, of my mother’

Aspen Ideas Festival 2014

Michael Oren: What It Meant to Give Up His American Citizenship
July 9, 2014 with

Michael Oren: What It Meant to Give Up His American Citizenship

Former Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren talks about his connection to Israel, his dedication to the American-Israeli alliance, and giving up his American citizenship.

What Does It Take to Become A Genius?
July 9, 2014 with

What Does It Take to Become A Genius?

Neuropsychologist Rex Jung talks about the difference between being a genius and a near-genius, and how to best cultivate one’s potential

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Who Gets the Liver?
July 8, 2014 with

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Who Gets the Liver?

Thousands of people are awaiting vital organ transplants, but there’s a serious shortage of life-saving organs. So who gets priority?