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February 02, 2019

Ending Work Addiction
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In today’s high stress world, how can we reliably have good health, happiness and peace of mind? An expert shares what he discovered, and the benefits are many- helping let go of anxiety and feel good every day. Then, recent research reveals a consistent factor in nearly a third of motor vehicle deaths, yet it gets little attention as a safety issue.
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Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life
It is common knowledge that good health and happiness depends on having proper balance between our professional and private lives. Bryan E. Robinson, PhD, psychotherapist, Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, author of #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life explained how ending the cycle of work addiction can be achieved by reframing priorities and cultivating mindfulness in our daily lives. He outlined the benefits of mediation to let go of anxiety and focus on the moment.
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Speeding & Vehicle Safety
Jonathan Adkins, Executive Director of the Governors Highway Safety Association discussed a recent report from his organization that highlighted excessive vehicle speed as a persistent factor in nearly one-third of all motor vehicle-related fatalities. He believes that speeding is not given enough attention as a traffic safety issue and is widely deemed culturally acceptable by the motoring public. He outlined several public policy measures that he believes would help to reduce speeding.
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The 8-Minute Organizer
Nearly everyone can use some help in getting organized. Regina Leeds, professional organizer, author of The 8-Minute Organizer talked about the reasons that keeping order in our lives and possessions is so difficult. She offered small, step-by-step suggestions on how determine goals to get organized, and how to create positive routines for the long-term.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Bryan E. Robinson
Bryan E. Robinson is a licensed psychotherapist and author of two novels and 40 nonfiction books. He applies his experiences to crafting insightful nonfiction self-help books and psychological thrillers. His multi-award winning southern noir murder mystery, Limestone Gumption, won the New Apple Book Medal for best psychological suspense, the Silver IPPY Award for outstanding mystery of the year, the Bronze Foreword Review INDIEFAB Book Award for best mystery, and the 2015 USA Regional Excellence Book Award for best fiction in the Southeast.

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Regina Leeds
Professional organizer Regina Leeds, known as The Zen Organizer has brought order and peace to home and work environments across the country for 30 years. She is the author of 10 books on organizing including New York Times bestseller One Year to an Organized Life. Over the course of a year, the book walks you through every organizing challenge you may encounter from closets to basements, vacations to a move and everything in between.

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