Karen Curry, author, coach and Human Design Specialist, joins the program to discuss her journey from struggling with bankruptcy and repossession to creating a successful business. Karen shares her thoughts on what it takes to overcome challenges, both external and internal and how to find true peace.
Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month? This special episode features an interview with Rebecca Palpant Shimkets, associate director for the Carter Center’s Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism. Rebecca shares her thoughts about overcoming the stigma around talking about mental health and efforts that the Carter Center is taking to create accurate portrayals of mental health in the media. Discover how to discuss mental health in a way that breaks through stigma and is hopeful and empowering.
To learn more about The Carter Center, visit https://www.cartercenter.org/
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Debra and Doug Foresta discuss the connection between disability rights and human rights, and how we can strengthen both. Discover what is possible when we view people through the lens of potential vs. weaknesses.
David Banes, founder of David Banes Access and Inclusion, discusses how technology is impacting persons with disabilities and some of the opportunities and challenges that remain when it comes to creating assistive technologies. Discover a big shift that is occurring with mainstream technologies and the implications for the disability community.
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Doug and Debra discuss the most common thinking patterns that keep us stuck, and how to overcome them. Discover tips for moving past "stuckness" and living your full potential.
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