Category: Matt's Favorites

October 18, 2016
Why Teens Brains Need Later Start Time

Having a hard time getting your teens to get out of bed in the morning for school? It's not uncommon to hear the groans and moans as they slowly move around getting ready for school in the morning. According to Dr. Kyla Wahlstrom, teens may actually need an extra hour or two of sleep to […]

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April 18, 2016
Spirituality & Mind Body Institute

Click Here to Listen! Dr. Lisa Miller is a Professor of Psychology and Education, Director of Clinical Psychology, and Director of the Spirituality & Mind Body Institute at Teachers College Columbia University. So much of our early education focuses on cognitive skills. We learn cursive and spelling, math and science. But teaching principles that the heart […]

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February 8, 2016
"Love?" Time to Get "In!"

Humans tend to not excel and to improve something that they’re really not that “in” to!” The same is true whether it is our hobby of golf or our “love” in the marriage. When it comes to being “In Love”, it’s just as important to focus on the “In” as it is the “love.” I […]

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January 19, 2016
Coaching Yourself Through Anxiety

More than 20% of the population experience regular anxiety and “pressure” trying to deal with day-to-day pressures of life. The feelings are not just in the “head” of people with anxiety but also in the entire body as well. Anxiety creates an automatic response in the body that elevates heart rates, flushes the body and […]

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January 11, 2016
A Feeding Inventory For Struggling Relationships

Relationships are difficult with so many changing dynamics, differing personalities and problematic histories. Without Respect, Appreciation, Encouragement and Dedication, all relationships will suffer. Despite all of the confusion, there are four questions that can tell you how you’re doing at feeding your relationship’s most basic needs. By asking yourself these four questions you can begin […]

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July 14, 2015
Lessons Learned from the Pixar Movie "Inside Out"

Relationship Insights From Pixar’s Inside-Out Power of Recognizing Emotions of Others Inside-Out taught us that emotions are our friends not our enemies, that emotions are our guides, to understand the other, but they are not the other person. Emotions all serve a purpose and they exist to protect us, prepare and to help us enjoy, […]

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July 1, 2015
One of my best radio interviews in the last while

I had a fascinating interview with Dr. Rosabeth Moss Kanter yesterday on my Sirius/XM Radio show.  Dr. Kanter is a renowned professor with the Harvard School of Business, holding the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professorship.  She is a recognized expert in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change.  She is the Director and Chair of the Harvard University Advanced Leadership […]

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