Living your best life isn’t always easy; neither is being your best you. Join Kelvin as he explores ways to live the gift of being you with spiritual life coach and 9 times author Jessi Payne. Jessi Payne served 10 years in law enforcement as a Deputy Probation Officer, then became an Executive Level Manager for one of America’s top companies. In 2015, she completed the Camino de Santiago, a 440+ mile trek across Spain. Jessi is a Certified Life Coach, ghost writer, author of 9 books herself. Be ready for some laughs and some great wisdom.
What if … you went to sleep one night and when you woke up in the morning, your whole life had changed? That’s happened to Lori when she went into surgery expecting one result… but reality demanded another. Approximately 600,000 women a year are thrust into surgically induced menopause, and it reaks havoc in their lives — and that of their families.
Listen to Kelvin’s riveting interview with Lori Ann King as she details her story, and its effects on her life, and how she eventually took responsibility and control of her life, to Come Back Strong, to a happy fulfilling life, and how she continue to stay strong.
A conversation for women, and the men who love them.
Mindset… is important. Your mindset is the program that runs your life. In this episode Kelvin Ringold — The Prince of Positive — revisits just what your mindset is, why it’s important to cultivate it and how to get started cultivating a positive, empowering mindset, if you don’t already have one.
Lots of people know of “Syracuse” — the university, the teams, the DOMELots of people know of “Syracuse” — the university, the teams, the DOME; but what about the rest? In this episode, the Prince of Positive has a lively and indepth interview with John DeSantis, founder and executive director of Believe In Syracuse, a grass roots organization determined to up Syracuse’s face value both to potential visitors and the people who grew up here. Give a listen to this Intensely Positive view of what can develop from one man’s vision.
Most people run from responsibility in their lives. It’s very easy and sometimes tempting to be the victim. But there is real power in taking responsibility for your situation and your life. It puts you in control and keeps you out of the victim slot. Check out this brief but potent message from Kelvin. Responsibility is NOT blame.