Doctor Neha: Today I have a special guest, Blake. He’s someone I met a few years ago at a weekend retreat where we’re learning to be better speakers. Blake, I see that you’re in your vehicle. How are you doing?
Blake: Self-driving cars are awesome, but I don’t have one so I’m sitting in a parking lot.
Doctor Neha: Well, thank you for being willing to ask your communication questions so other people can learn.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody. Today, we have a special guest. Her name is Ari, and she is a teen who is willing to ask her communication questions so that all of you can learn. Thanks for being so brave and awesome, Ari.
Ari: Thank you.
Doctor Neha: What’s on your mind? I want you to speak up and kind of be bold. What’s the communication question you have?
Doctor Neha: Welcome. This is Shaheen. I’ve known Shaheen for many years. She is a dermatologist, and I knew her when I lived in San Francisco. She is a brave soul who is willing to ask her communication questions so all of you could learn. So welcome, Shaheen.
Shaheen: Thanks, Neha.
Doctor Neha: So tell me what’s been on your mind. What kind of communication question do you have?
Shaheen: This is perfect timing because I’m about to have an important conversation with my colleague.
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: 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.