Brotherly Love, Faith, and a Race That Changed a Family’s Life


Jenny Long, author of Expect a Miracle.
Topic:
A mother’s tale of brotherly love, faith, and the race that changed a family’s life.
Issues: The incredible, moving, and inspiring story of brothers Conner and Cayden. Cayden has spastic cererbral palsy and can’t walk or talk. But Conner dreamed about playing sports with his little brother and entered a triathlon with him. Since 2011, they’ve competed in more than 20 traiathlons together.

Happy Kid Handbook + Expect a Miracle


Katie Hurley, author of The Happy Kid Handbook.
Topic:
How to raise joyful children in a stressful world.
Issues: Understanding childre’s personalities and temperaments; teaching children how to regulate their emotions; helping children discover the importance of empathy; teaching assertiveness skills; reducing children’s stress and anxiety; helping kids cope with frustration.


Jenny Long, author of Expect a Miracle.
Topic:
A mother’s tale of brotherly love, faith, and the race that changed a family’s life.
Issues: The incredible, moving, and inspiring story of brothers Conner and Cayden. Cayden has spastic cererbral palsy and can’t walk or talk. But Conner dreamed about playing sports with his little brother and entered a triathlon with him. Since 2011, they’ve competed in more than 20 traiathlons together.

Creating Extraordinary Relationships + Family, Inc. + Family-Friendly Work + Part-Time Careers

[amazon asin=0373892381&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 1: Phyllis Koch-Sheras and Peter Sheras, coauthors of Lifelong Love

Topic: Creating and maintaining an extraordinary relationship.

Issues: The 4-step “Couple Power” program that’s based on a dramatic shift in the way in which relationships are viewed—where the couple is seen as an entity in and of itself, greater than the sum of its individual parts.


[amazon asin=1585429422&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 2: Andrew Friedman, coauthor of Family, Inc. .

Topic: Office-inspired solutions to reduce the chaos in your home and save your sanity.

Issues: How workplace skills and systems like regular meetings, budget setting, long-term planning, and employee evaluations can help you create a stress-free home.


[amazon asin=1564149447&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 3: Lori Long, author of The Parent’s Guide to Family-Friendly Work.

Topic: Finding the balance between employment and enjoyment.

Issues: How to target family-friendly careers and jobs; evaluating the family-friendly claims of your current employer; negotiating alternate work arrangements; strategies for stay-at-home parents wanting to return to the workplace.


[amazon asin=0976058901&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 4: Karen Steede Terry, author of Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career.

Topic: More mothers are opting for part-time work over full-time.

Issues: Lunching a flexible business that fits your life, feeds your family, and fuels your brain; how to transition from full-time to part time or to consulting; the benefits of opening your own business.