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Inspire Possibility Show, August 17, 2016

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Guests, Karen Drucker and Sherrie Lovler

Inspire Possibility Show with Mark Susnow


Karen Drucker

Music to inspire and raise our souls. It was Mother Theresa who said, “We cannot do great things, only small things with love.” That is how Karen Drucker describes her purpose with her music. "If I am making a difference in some small way then I am happy."

I never would have thought that my first CD of chants would wind up all around the world and be used by so many people on a daily basis.

Her chants and songs have helped thousands deal with illness, loss, or just help them center for the day. 


Sherrie Lovler, award winning poet and artist shares her journey of finding inspiration through her art. Her new book, On Softer Ground: Paintings, Poetry and Calligraphy, won the most outstanding book design of the year from Independent Publishers IPPY Awards for 2016.

“Writing poetry is what I consider to be my spiritual practice. For the past eight years, on Tuesdays and Fridays upon waking, I make tea, sit with a book of wisdom and my poetry notebook. On these mornings I neither open the computer nor answer the phone. I read from this book—usually only a page or two—until something moves me, and I begin to write. My aim is not to write good poetry, it is to connect to something larger than myself. It is a call to my muse to tell her I am here, I am ready for her to flow through me. It is a doorway into that special place where the unknown happens.

My poetry inspires my paintings. I usually write the poem first and hold the words in me as I paint. Sometimes the painting comes first. The pairing of the two creates a home for both. There is a feeling of completeness when a painting finds a poem or a poem finds a painting. “

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Inspire Possibility Show with Mark Susnow
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Mark Susnow


I am naturally curious—curious about how i can make my experience of life more fulfilling and more interesting which has led me down many roads. New destinations, new realities, some amazing people—masters of their game—all preparing me for this moment.

We’ve heard the adage that we teach what we want to learn. I wondered if there were possibilities in my life that I wasn’t yet exploring. With that in mind at the turn of the new millennium I made a leap of faith…from successful trial lawyer to life coach and strategist and was created. That was 19 years ago.

The Inspire Possibility Show was the next step. Each week I have conversations with various cutting-edge thought leaders who inspire, enlighten and entertain us. They inspire us to get out of our comfort zones and to explore possibilities that are out there waiting for us. I invite you to join in.

A Few More Things More About Me.

Being a musician has been and still is a lifelong exploration. Being the author of Dancing on the River: Navigating Life’s Changes and the Soul of Uncertainty, A Fable for our Times, has inspired me to look deeper. Playing sports, since I’ve been a kid has been a mainstay of my life. Through it all being a dad has been most fulfilling.

"Mark's coaching, presence and spirit, helps him give others a gentle nudge (and sometimes hard push) toward whatever their future path may hold. As a friend, mentor and spiritual guide, Mark has helped me, quite simply, start to do something that resonates with my soul and spirit."

Warren J. Strudwick, Jr. M.D., - Team Physician, Oakland Raiders

"Intuitive and insightful, Mark worked with me to discover sustainable strategies in overcoming self-limiting behaviors that had become a norm in both my business and personal life."

Danika Davis, PHR, - CEO - Northern California HR Association

"Success doesn't have to be a struggle. Mark knows how to bring out superior performance in his clients. He is masterful."

Raz Ingrasci, - President of the Hoffman Institute

"Mark's recent presentation to the Commonwealth Club inspired our members to see the changes in their lives as opportunities and possibilities rather than as something to avoid."

George Hammond, Chair — Humanities Forum, Commonwealth Club of California

"Mark's recent communication program to our Peernet Organization of all CEO’s taught us the power of communication and how it can positively transform the dynamics of our organizations."

Jay Nathanson, Chairman, Peernet Group

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