Welcome to today’s PEP Talk - Offense – Decline the Invitation – Episode #29. - Last month, my PEP talk rebroadcast was about personalization. Today, I want to talk about taking offense. Offense is gi
Welcome to today’s PEP Talk – Q-TIP – Episode #28. - Many people struggle with personalization which causes a significant amount of unnecessary pain for the donor and the receiver. I thought it might
Welcome to today's PEP Talk - I Choose - Episode #27. - It is important to use language of empowerment versus restraint. Individuals often times incorrectly use the words “I can’t” when, in fact, they
Welcome to today's PEP Talk - Don't Be a Victim of Your Diagnosis - Episode #26 We are not our health issues. We may have health issues; however, they do not define us. In today's PEP Talk I discuss s
Originally posted June 2015 on YouTube. Welcome to today's PEP Talk – Mindfulness – Simple, Not Easy – Episode #25. Mindfulness is an extremely simple technique that provides profound health benefits; however, it isn't always so easy to do.
Originally published May 2015 on YouTube. - Today’s PEP Talk is a rebroadcast from when I was doing my PEP Talks in a video format. With the help of my trusted technology expert, Lucia, the audio has been extracted from the video to create a podcas...
Welcome to today’s PEP Talk – Sleep is Emotional First Aid – Episode #23 In January, I discussed how vital it is to receive restorative sleep and I also reviewed some tips to assist you in receiving quality sleep. In this podcast,
I revisit last month’s PEP Talk by further explaining the ‘health snacks’ in the heart category from Dr. Chatterjee’s book, Feel Better in 5. I also provide a health snack for the mind – the 5-Step Release.
Welcome to today’s PEP Talk – 5 Minutes to Health – Episode #21. Do you have a health goal you are struggling to attain? Did you start off the New Year, gung-ho, following through on your health goals and, in the last week or two,
Welcome to today’s PEP Talk – Sleep Hygiene – Episode #20. Sleep is vital to our health; yet, it is estimated, that 70% of adults report inadequate sleep. In today’s PEP Talk, I explain why we need sleep and I also provide some sleep hygiene tips.