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People cringe at the thought that they might become incapacitated, unable to make their own decisions about their medical care or their finances. But these things do happen, and people can protect themselves by establishing contingency plans as soon as possible.  They can ensure that their wishes will be respected even if they can no longer vocalize their thoughts.

Brad Greene, a guest on this show is an elder law lawyer who can fill us in on the details. He is a partner with BartimoleGreene in Ohio .

Let’s face it. Nobody enjoys the time they spend as a patient in an emergency room. But being vulnerable to the hurried atmosphere that surrounds them, older people often find their stays in these facilities to be particularly difficult. They can become agitated within these settings and that emotional state might linger long after they have left.

Rev. Ken Dupin was instrumental in developing the MedCottage.



These structures are tiny enough to be installed virtually anywhere. But despite their small size they can serve as an alternative to nursing home care because they are specially equipped to ensure the safety and medical well-being of an elderly resident, even those who are medically fragile.



When one is laid off from a job it is devestating to say the least.  How can you manage your emotional upheaveal, fears and move forward. Damian, a Career Counselor, has some wonderful toos to share .. listen in and get past those fearful hurdles of the unknown.

What happens when you use the art of positive thinking and the freedom of spiritual well-being with the business of getting desirable results? How can one get out of the way and lead others, creating a culture of innovation and fearlessness?  Join John Murphy and me and find out.

Author, speaker, leadership coash, and business consultant

Communication is at the heart of anyone's success regardless of the area of expertise.  Zach Friend will be sharing skills he has learned through his public service work and dealing with people who want to be at the top of their game whatever that might be. Listen in and tips will be shared.

Policy, public affairs, and communications expert

Sweeping changes are taking place in the corporate and social cultures of today's most successful organizations. Dana Ardi identifies a pivotal evolutionary moment: the decline of the traditional Alpha-model that has ruled corporate environments for far too long. We'll find out how collaboration, connectivity and sharing of power goes a long way for a healthier business environment.