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Living in Awe

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Be Happy, Damnit: Living in Awe

Episode 185

Karen Salmansohn shares the to-be word of the day: to be curious and interviews James Shaeen, publisher of Tricyle Magazine, and contirbuting writer, Joan Duncan Oliver, author of Cofffee with The Buddha. She speaks about the research she uncovered about happiness and being curious. Alan Wallace, director for The Santa Barbara Institute and author of Embracing Mind: The common Ground of Science and Spirituality, shares his views on Buddhism and living in awe.

Karen Salmansohn
James Shaeen, Joan Duncan Oliver, Alan Wallace,


Episode 1 Listening
Listening (3/12/2007)
Episode 1
Karen Salmansohn shares ten tips for lasting love-the difference between love and lust and talks with Lisa Daily, author of Stop getting Dumped.
Episode 2 Determination
Determination (3/13/2007)
Episode 2
Karen Salmansohn shares tips on success and how to be determined, then welcomes Jon Friedman of The Rejection Show, Beth Schoenfeldt cofounder of Ladies Who Launch and Mary Carlomagno an organization expert.
Episode 3 Change and Flexibility
Change and Flexibility (3/14/2007)
Episode 3
Karen Salmansohn talks about change and flexibility then Susan Shapiro Barash, a gender expert and author of The First Wife, explains how roles in marriages are changing.
Episode 4 Positive Identity for Success
Positive Identity for Success (3/15/2007)
Episode 4
Karen Salmansohn speaks about getting your identity in order and Dr. Mark Goulston, author of Getting Out of Your Own Way, gives listeners tips on conquering fear, procrastination and anger.

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Login or sign upsign up to add a comment, posted on December 30, 2012

Speaking of "new", I am waiting to hear something I don't already know, or maybe a new way of saying these things, we all seem to have heard a million times. Being curious is a nice thing, but can we be curious in an adult way, or does it have to be "child like wonder". Very good, "learn to be comfortable with uncertainty." Ooops, my alarm went off. It's time to "feel great". It is my desktop hot note, I programmed to remind me to feel great at 1:11 PM on Sunday afternoon.

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