Doctor Neha: Blake is a brave soul who I met several years ago when he contacted me on social media and said, “By the way, I saw your video blog today and it really moved me. I just wanted to let you know that I felt so touched.” That’s how we ended up here. So, welcome, Blake. You said that a few years ago when we met at a speech conference, you knew of my work then, but that it impacted you more now.
Doctor Neha: Today we have a special guest, Devon, who is willing to ask her questions so all of you can learn. So welcome, Devon.
Devon: Good to see you.
Doctor Neha: Same here. So what’s been on your mind?
Devon: I’ve recently been told that in my community communication style comes across a little pushy and that people feel like I’m not really listening to them because I had an idea of what I thought was best for the situation and for the person.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. My guest today is Deanna. Welcome back, Deanna. You had been asking about how to get from being in your head so much to being in your heart [The Power of Tapping Into Your Emotions, Part 1]. You had asked, how does one do that? So we had discussed that you do that through being playful. You do that through taking some risks and even though you don’t know how it’s going to turn out.
Doctor Neha: Welcome everybody to today’s video blog with Deanna. She’s a brave soul who’s willing to ask her questions so that all of you can learn. So welcome, Deanna.
Deanna: Hi, Neha.
Doctor Neha: What have you been thinking? What have you been thinking about?
Deanna: What I’d like to get some help with is how to learn to get out of my head and into my heart.
Doctor Neha: Wow,
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome everybody. Today’s guest is Holly Cara Price. Holly was a guest a few years ago when we were both at a Hay House conference in Denver. At that time, it was her 60th birthday and she had been diagnosed with cancer. The video blog is How a Cancer Diagnosis Can Cure You. Since having cancer, Holly has had some experiences in her life that have really changed her. So she said,
Doctor Neha: Hi, everyone, and welcome back, Naushad. Naushad is a brave soul who has done a video blog with me before on the disease to please—people pleasing—and how it can undermine our relationships. And he wanted to give an example of this issue with his brother and see what we can come up with. So thanks for coming back and sharing a specific example.
Doctor Neha: So tell me what’s on your mind.
Doctor Neha: Hello and welcome. Today, we have special guest Shaheen. She’s a brave soul willing to ask her questions so that all of you can learn as she does. Welcome.
Shaheen: Thank you, Neha.
Doctor Neha: So what are you thinking about?
Shaheen: I know I’m not alone in this and so I hope it helps a lot of professional women in the same situation. I have two young children, 3 ½ and 2 years old.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody, this is Katie and that’s Blake over on the other screen. We’re here today to talk about social media and the communication that happens over social media. When Katie and I were discussing this topic, we thought we better bring in Blake because he’s the expert on social media. Since we really enjoy communication, what would it be like for our world and Blake’s to come together for a dialogue around the importance of social media: how we use it,
Doctor Neha: Hi, everybody and welcome. Today we have a special guest, Devon. We met in a workshop together.
Devon: Yes we did.
Doctor Neha: So thanks for being a brave soul and being willing to ask a communication questions so other people can learn. What’s on your mind?
Devon: For this year, I want to work on my negative mind. I’d like to work on that because it seems like I’m more of a no before a yes.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody. Today’s TalkRx has a really special guest. This is my little niece who’s invited us all into her room with her little teepee. She is going to teach us a little bit today. At the end, Simrin, I’m going to ask you for some of your lessons and your takeaways, but I want to tell the story about when you were in kindergarten and your friend by mistake bit you. We got a phone call when we came home.