Guest: Ray Arata, author of Wake Up, Man Up, Step Up:Transforming Your Wake Up Call to Emotional Health and Happiness.
Wake Up, Man Up, Step Up:Transforming Your Wake Up Call to Emotional Health and Happiness is a guide book for men and support tool for women. Ray wrote this book as a result of his own wake up call in 1999 which was the divorce to the mother of my three children. This event was a painful one that “woke him up” to looking at himself, learning about himself, growing up (manning up) emotionally, and bringing all of him as a man (stepping up) to his roles in life; husband, father, leader, partner, businessman, and friend. His inner men’s journey, what he learned, how he learned it, and how it can serve you on your journey is the essence of this book.
Ray Arata is an integrative leadership coach, diversity consultant and cultural facilitator, fascinated by a potent and strategic blend of leadership,diversity and culture in the workplace. In addition to his coaching and consulting practice, Ray is an author and speaker, dedicated to his mission of empowering men to step authentically into their roles as fathers, husbands, leaders, businessmen and friend.
Guest: Christina Steinorth, author of Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships.
With almost 7 billion people on the planet, we’re bound to run into communication problems sometime. And though we know healthy relationships and a sense of community are essential for a healthy, happy, and successful life, some of us are not equipped or quite prepared to deal with the situations and the life transitions we sometimes face. Cue Cards for Life is a handy, intuitive “how to” guide that can be easily applied in real life situations.
Cue Cards are deceptively simple reminders and remedies that anyone can use to immediately improve just about any relationship. Each card is accompanied by a clear and encouraging explanation of the psychological principles that make the cue card work. These straightforward tips are so practical and down-to-earth that anyone can use them to communicate effectively with others, minimize conflict, and handle life transitions with greater ease.
Christina Steinorth is a Licensed Psychotherapist in private practice and a Board Certified Diplomate of professional counseling (IAMBCP). Her advice and insights are often seen in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Huffington Post, Woman’s Day, Fox News, Shape, Celebrity Parents, Canadian Living, as well as online.
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