Erin Stein

When Maria Shriver founded the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, she wanted to understand why two-thirds of Alzheimer’s patients were female. Erin Mulcahy Stein joins us to talk about the research, educational, and advocacy work done by WAM! Notes + Discussion Guide: – Mission and purpose of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement – You focus on understanding ALZ…

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Tom Peters

When Tom Peters talks, you know you’re going to hear about excellence, being kind, the importance of the “soft stuff.” But today, as only Tom can, he’ll help set us up to survive and thrive in these challenging times. Tom Peters is a best-selling author, speaker, and management thinker. Notes + Discussion Guide: Putting people…

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You often hear people ask us to “be present,” or “be in the now.” But what does this actually mean? Different things to different people. This is my personal list of how I practice living in the present, and like everything else, it does get easier with practice. I thought I’d share with you. This…

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