Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome everybody. Today I have a special guest, Terri Cole. Her new book Boundary Boss was released yesterday—so it’s hot off the press! She’s a dear colleague of mine. I am deep into Boundary Boss and loving it! Welcome, Terri~
Terri: Thank you my friend I’m so excited to be here.
Doctor Neha: All of you that have read TalkRx and have been working with me for years, I want you to know—this is a great next step in your communication journey.
Doctor Neha: Welcome. Today we have a special guest, Raj Sisodia. He’s the founder of the worldwide movement called Conscious Capitalism. He’s written 11 books—the most recent one is called the Healing Organization. Not too long ago, he was asking me to define alignment and explain different aspects of it. I figured if we recorded our conversation, everyone could learn. Welcome Raj!
Raj Sisodia: Thank you, Neha. It’s great to be with you today. This idea of alignment is something I know you hold very dear.
Doctor Neha: Hello everybody and welcome. Today’s video is going to be special and it’s on the topic of, “To Mask, or Not to Mask.” We’ve all gone through a lot of changes in the last year, and that’s brought up a lot of questions. During the pandemic, a dear friend of mine, Alise and I decided to give back by creating a public group called, “Conscious Community Café.” We wanted to create a virtual café where people could be physically distant but socially connected.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody and welcome! I have a wonderful friend who’s joining us—Sally! What’s been on your mind?
Sally: Well, I’m the middle of three children in my family. I have a big brother and had a younger brother—who has passed away. As children, my father was very domineering and my mother was pretty quiet. My father used to put people down verbally quite frequently, and as a kid I picked up on that. I think that I treated my younger brother in ways that were not helpful,
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody and welcome. Today I have a special guest. Hi Gina!
Gina Murdock: Hi Neha, good to see you.
Doctor Neha: Great to see you too. We’re in Aspen and I met Gina last year, when she invited me to speak at a Lead with Love event. I’m going to let her tell you a little bit about that and she’s got a couple interesting things going on that I think you might be interested in.
Doctor Neha: Oh, thank you. I’m excited and honored to be here.
Gina Murdock: It’s such a pleasure and it’s so good to see you in my neighborhood of Aspen, Colorado. Love in Action is a weekly call where we bring together people from all over the nation to create a space of connection where we can take inspired action in the world.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody, it feels like it’s been a while. It almost feels like I should start with “Hi—I’m back!”
2020 has been quite a year. I had videos and newsletters in queue to launch for you, but when COVID hit, we all transformed to living in the moment and anything that was pre-scheduled or pre-planned became irrelevant. And just like everything else in our world, I shut down—quarantined—and my newsletters and communication did as well.
Doctor Neha: Hi everyone and welcome. Today, I have a special guest Alise Cortez. Alise has her own radio show and we did an interview together. And so during the COVID pandemic, I’ve made a new friend and I want to share her with all of you.
Doctor Neha: I’m in Aspen right now, and there’s going to be some sounds because we’re filming outdoors. So I’m just going to let you enjoy those.