Archive for November 2015
Joel Elston starts his tenure as my new co-host this week, and we begin by talking about your comfort zone. Did you know that your comfort zone is actually your greatest enemy? It's what keeps you locked in place, unable to achieve your greatest dreams and aspirations. Join Joel and me this week as we discuss leaving your comfort zone to get the best from the Law of Attraction and from your life.
Returning once again to our exploration of past shows, we return to December 2012 when I interviewed a wife and mother named Elizabeth Hamilton who has struggled with debilitating allergies to nuts.
Forced by circumstances to learn how to identify and then overcome her allergies through careful food selection, she turned her allergies into a career devoted to sharing information about food allergies and helping to educate the world about the deadly risks inherent to those of us unfortunate enough to have these allergies.
After then suffering through the trial of her father's stroke and recovery, followed by her creation of the Maine Cookie Company while twice winning the Mts. Maine contest, she then founded the Best Ever You Network, devoted to helping people meet their full potential. Today, it's a highly successful network of hundreds of contributors and authors on the subject of reaching one's dreams.
Elizabeth Hamilton from December 2012.
This week we complete our series of interviews with Joel Elston to-date. This was actually my second interview with Joel, taking place in October of 2014 just a few weeks after the untimely death of his adopted son. It's a noteworthy interview because it not only focuses attention on his son's death, but more importantly it shows how a grieving person can take steps to turn that grief into rememberances of love and appreciation for the departed person.
Last week's guest, Joel Elsten, has been on the show twice before. I had him on last week to discuss his new book, The Bench, available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other fine bookstores.
This week, as promised, we go back in time to my first interview with Joel from December 2012, in which he tells me the story of how he ended up eating from that dumpster in the first place. It's a story of how one man fell to rock bottom, then managed to claw his way back up to heights he never previously dreamed of.