Author Archives: Neha Sangwan

How to Take Charge of Family Dynamics

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: My guest today is Jahlel, and he is willing to ask his question so that all of you can learn. Welcome, Jahlel. Jahlel: Thanks. Doctor Neha: What is something that is stumping you? Jahlel: It's a question that deals with family. My dad has a really…

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Welcoming Gratitude to the Table

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES  When I ask people how they feel in anticipation of getting together with their siblings, their parents, aunts and uncles, they say it depends on which side of the family you're talking about. As you gather with family, you may also notice a “family of emotions” that starts…

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Failure Is a Step Toward Success (Mike Robbins)

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: Hi, and welcome. I am so excited to have my friend and fellow Hay House author Mike Robbins with me today. Welcome Mike. Mike Robbins: Thanks for having me. Doctor Neha: Absolutely, I am so happy that we've made time to sit down and talk about…

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The Art of Giving Feedback

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: Today I have a friend and guest named Raheel. Welcome. Raheel: Thanks. Thanks for having me. Doctor Neha: Tell me what's been on your mind? Raheel: As you know I'm an engineer. Oftentimes I play to efficiency over other aspects. I try to be direct and to the point,…

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The Key to Feeling Heard—Every Time!

The Key to Feeling Heard–Every Time!
Who’s the best listener in your life? You know, that person who just gets you. Don’t you wish you could clone him or her? Yet other times, you might feel like a broken record, repeating the same message over and over—to people who seem tuned out. And no matter how important your topic or how…

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Are You On Empty or Self-Full?

Are You on Empty or Self-Full?
How many times have you tuned out the safety instructions blaring over the loudspeaker on an airplane? I bet you could recite them verbatim. The flight attendant calls for everyone’s attention. You know the drill … let’s fast forward to this part: “In the unlikely event that the cabin pressure should drop, oxygen masks will…

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