Interviews

Ask the Power People Interview Series–

You can LISTEN NOW to past interviews from 2010 and 2011.

David Gershon “Eat Food for Power”-April interview with David Gershon, founder and CEO of Empowerment Institute. He is one of the world’s foremost authorities on behavior-change and large-system transformation, and applies this expertise to issues requiring community, organizational, and societal change.

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Amy Jenner “Healing Chronic Illness”May interview with MY master healer Amy Jenner, Five Elements Medical Chi Gong Practitioner for a discussion on Overcoming Chronic Illness. Amy helped to heal me from 7 years of malfunctioning immunity and fragile health. She is a rare conduit of a powerful, esoteric Taoist tradition.

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Rhonda Nordstrom and Tina Annibell “Beautiful Skin from the Inside Out”–  June discussion with healer-aesthetician Rhonda Nordstrom and holistic health and cooking diva Tina Annibell– who healed herself of cystic acne– for a discussion on what exactly makes your skin glow MORE as you age– the natural way.

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Bela Johnson “5 Principles of Staying Embodied”July conversation with Medical Intuitive and Life Coach Bela Johnson. We had a fascinating and thought-provoking discussion on the “5 Principles of Staying Embodied” for real-life strategies for how to succeed in surfing the highs and lows of your life AND finding peace with your body in the process. Bela has a unique way of clarifying our challenges from a bird’s eye perspective and then catalyzing our next most important action. If personal growth is a high priority for you, you don’t want to miss this call.

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Leah Shapiro– How to Kick Fear’s Ass and Live the Life You’re Supposed to Live–

In September, I interviewed Leah, who is what I would call an “authenticity coach.” Her goal is to hold people accountable to their truest selves, no matter how unacceptable that might be to the social structure surrounding them. If you are GREAT at your job, but you hate it, are you a success? Can you live fully when the truest parts of yourself are pinched off? Can you even be healthy if you live like this long term? Leah walks us through the process of shedding the shackles of what *seems* right in order to discover what *FEELS* right. Fascinating Stuff! You don’t want to miss this interview!

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Barbara MacDonald– Holistic Approaches to Cancer
Our October interview was with Barbara MacDonald, a licensed naturopathic physician and acupuncturist who complements her evidence-based approach to healing with herbs, cranio-sacral therapy and mind-body-spirit techniques. She has co-authored The Breast Cancer Companion and has had an emphasis on holistic cancer care, especially for young survivors, since the beginning of her clinical practice in 1997.

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Deb Moskowitz — Hormone Balance and the New Integrative Health Center in Camden

Our November interview was with Deb Moskowitz, a licensed naturopathic doctor who specializes in hormone balance in women. Our conversation will explore Dr. Deb’s expertise in human biochemistry, her healing philosophy, and her newest endeavor to open a comprehensive Integrative Health Center in Camden, ME, offering naturopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, nutrition classes and counseling, massage, saunas, pilates, yoga and many other healing modalities under one roof.

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Gail Straub– Taking Back the Wisdom of the Feminine

Our January interview was with one of the leaders in the field of human potential. Gail co-founded the Empowerment Institute with her husband (David Gershon- see first interview) and has spent decades midwifing people into their power. We’ll discuss Gail’s book, “Returning to My Mother’s House” about her own journey towards empowerment– one that took a detour through patriarchy and misogyny– and we’ll learn how embodying feminine principles can become the core of a woman’s true power, even in our fast-paced culture.

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