Happy Memorial Day from all of us here at Conversations Live with Vicki St. Clair! As you break in the coming summer with a barbecue or a day at the beach, enjoy this encore presentation of Conversations Live. Vicki returns live next week.
Award-winning ABC anchor Dan Harris has covered wars and presidential campaigns, investigated human traffickers, and even been chased by wild elephants. But those professional challenges paled in comparison to a personal challenge: taming the voice in his head. He explores his journey in his new book 10% Happier:How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help that Actually Works—A True Story. Good Morning America lifestyle anchor Lara Spencer says David Howitt’s Heed Your Call: Integrating Myth, Science, Spirituality and Business is a personal and professional inspiration.
ABC News anchor Dan Harris has found a way to be happier, calmer – and according to his wife – nicer despite being in one of the most competitve fields around. He chronicles the strange odyssey that bought him to this point in his new book 10% Happier:How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help that Actually Works—A True Story. And if it can work for someone as stress-prone and skeptical as him, it just might work for you. Far from being the typical solve-all-your-problems self-help, what Dan stumbled upon quite by accident through a bizarre series of events is a practical and easily doable approach that leaves the reader with a simple and potentially life-changing takeaway. Click here to follow Dan on Twitter.
Meriweather Group CEO and founder David Howitt wrote Heed Your Call: Integrating Myth, Science, Spirituality and Business to direct the reader on a path to living a more authentic and uncompromising life… or as fashion designer Donna Karan poetically puts it, the book’s message “is what I believe to be an example of the journey we are all on toward creating a more soulful economy.” Howitt demonstrates the power of ‘And,’ proving life does not have ot be an either/or affair, encouraging us to integrate our inner musician and computer programmer, our inner poet and scientist. He shows how in the end, embracing the dualities inside of us all will make you fully integrated, benefitting both your business and your personal life. This book is perfect for the job seeker losing all hope, the innovator who finds their creativity stifled, the spiritualist afraid financial success will undermine their spirituality, and anyone else who has doubts about the path they are on.
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