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Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard, author of THE FINAL 8TH, on Crossing Your Goal's Finish Line
By Publicity Admin

Feeling blocked? Author Bridgit Dengel Gaspard discusses her book The Final 8th: Enlist Your Inner Selves to Accomplish Your Goals, which introduces a powerful technique for recognizing and overcoming the internal blocks that are keeping you from achieving your goals. For more New World Library author interviews, please visit our YouTube Channel

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business
Thursday, September 10, 2020
A Talk with Paria Hassouri, MD, Author of FOUND IN TRANSITION
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In Found in Transition: A Mother’s Evolution during Her Child’s Gender Change, Paria Hassouri, a pediatrician and mother of three, chronicles what amounts to a dual transition: her child’s transition from male to female and her own evolution as she overcomes deep-seated insecurities about not fitting in as an Iranian immigrant. Paria navigates through anger, denial, and grief about her child’s gender dysphoria and eventually arrives at a place of acceptance and advocacy. We hope you’ll enjoy this conversation with Paria about the book. 

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parenting & education
Thursday, September 03, 2020
Ellen Meredith, Author of THE LANGUAGE YOUR BODY SPEAKS, on Self-Healing with Energy Medicine
By Publicity Admin

Author and energy medicine practitioner Ellen Meredith introduces her book The Language Your Body Speaks: Self-Healing with Energy Medicine, which teaches readers how to speak the language of the body and to dialogue with their own personal energies to support their health and well-being. For more New World Library author interviews, please visit our YouTube Channel

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health & wellness
Thursday, August 27, 2020
The Joy of Firefighting: An excerpt from FIREFIGHTER ZEN by Hersch Wilson
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“Be brave. Be kind. Fight fires.”

That’s the motto of firefighters, like Hersch Wilson, who spend their lives walking toward, rather than away from, danger and suffering. As in Zen practice, firefighters are trained to be fully in the moment and present to each heartbeat, each life at hand. In this unique collection of true stories and practical wisdom, Wilson shares the Zen-like techniques that allow people like him to stay grounded while navigating danger, comforting others, and coping with their personal response to each crisis. Every life contains the unexpected and the unwelcome. How you cope with those inevitable events, more than the events themselves, defines the quality of your life. Firefighter Zen: A Field Guide to Thriving in Tough Times is an invaluable guide to meeting every day with your best calm, resilient, and optimistic self.

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mindfulness
Thursday, August 13, 2020
The Lifeboat Process: An Excerpt from LIFEBOAT by Maggie Craddock
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Today’s hardworking professionals are navigating sudden waves of financial stress, management shakeups, and downsizing. Using the experiences of Titanic survivors as a powerful metaphor, executive coach Maggie Craddock offers lessons for a transformative approach to our professional lives, one that recognizes that “every man for himself” doesn’t work long-term. Lifeboat: Navigating Unexpected Career Change and Disruption is organized as a series of key questions we all need to ask ourselves when facing unexpected career disruption or difficult changes at our existing jobs. These questions help us clarify our authentic priorities, assess the group energy that guides a particular workplace, and identify the type of job that will help us reach our true potential.

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business
Thursday, August 06, 2020
The Four Fertility Factors of Ayurveda: An Excerpt from THE AYURVEDIC GUIDE TO FERTILITY by Heather Grzych
By Publicity Admin

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 10 percent of women, or 6.1 million, in the United States aged 15 to 44 have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant each year. In The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility: A Natural Approach to Getting Pregnant, author and Ayurvedic practitioner Heather Grzych offers a gentle, holistic approach to understanding the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of fertility based on Ayurveda, or “the science of life,” an ancient form of medicine that originated in India. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book.

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