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Our guest this week on Pathways is Richard Weijo, author of Our Dreams for our Children: Creating Legacies that Inspire Each New Generation to Achieve a Brighter Future. His passion is to inspire the seventy-six million baby boomers to take a comprehensive view of creating legacy by providing a thoughtful planning guide to help them realize how they can enrich the lives of their children, grandchildren, and future generations.
Our guest today on Pathways is DDnard, author of the new book The Compass of Now. At the age of 25, she started her own diamond business and by the age of 27 she lost her husband and was left with her 11-mo old baby and a $3 million debt. Her hardships inspired her to dive into the practice of mindfulness meditation and eventually pay off all her debt. Her profound transformation led to this book, which has sold more than 1.4 million copies in her native Thailand. DDnard is a licensed Master Trainer of NLP and a licensed Hypnosis Master Trainer of the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH). She has spent the past 18 years teaching mindfulness and Mind Management.
Robert Moss talks about his book, The Three “Only” Things. He is a world authority on dreams, a creativity coach, a popular motivational speaker, lecturer, and radio talk show host, and the author of five pioneering books on active dreaming. He has worked for many years with individuals and groups throughout the United States and the world, teaching techniques to understand and use dreams as well as use the same techniques to solve problems and reach life goals.
Susan Butler speaks about her book, Become the CEO of You, Inc. Susan is one of America’s top experts on the subject of women’s leadership development. She was the first woman partner of Accenture, retiring as the Managing Partner of Accenture’s Office of the CEO. Susan now serves as founder and CEO of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Institute for the Development of Women Leaders.
Dada Madhuvidyananda speaks about his book, Seven Secrets of Success: A guide for living a successful and fulfilling life. Dada became a monk when he was just 20 years old, and since then has dedicated his life to helping others. He has lectured on five continents, and worked with people all over the world. Dada is also the founder of the Seven Secrets of Success Project.