Here’s what I’ve been doing:
BeliefAbility™ Parenting Podcasts
BeliefAbility™ is all about understanding beliefs, how they work, and their effects on our lives. For parents especially this is important and that’s why I started this podcast. These are short programs designed for busy parents.
A feature of each podcast is a “Belief of the Week” – a peek at the improbable, uncommon, and amazing beliefs held by people and how they apply to each of us.
Listen to the podcasts on iTunes or at ParentingBeliefs.com.
The Movie-Savvy Parent —
How to use Cinematic Moments to Build Character
The Movie-Savvy Parent gives parents a way to use movies to open great conversations about life issues in a controlled environment. It provides simple steps to identify and discuss beliefs about morality, values, and character.
The video training, which can be completed in less time than it takes to watch a feature film, gives parents all the tools they need to turn the tables and use the movies to teach.
Find out more at MovieSavvyParent.com
I was chosen to be a co-author of So, What Do You Do? published by Morgan James Publishing. The book became an Amazon best seller.
“Each person has their own passion, talent, skill, ability and personality that makes them as unique as a snowflake. When we do what we were created to do, we bring a unique value to the world,” says New York Times best-selling author Joel Comm who brought together 46 “geniuses” passionate about their areas of expertise.
“When meeting someone for the first time, names and handshakes are exchanged. Invariably, one person asks, ‘So, What Do You Do?’ ” said Comm. “The question itself is an invitation to discover the genius that is available all around us if we will just listen.”
My chapter in the book is “What’s in Your Portfolio?” It tells of how a single, almost insignificant belief led to me battling years of depression. Changing that belief in my portfolio gave me almost instantaneous relief and brought about a lifelong investigation of beliefs and the language that builds them.