Chaney Weiner 8-9 PM

Website: www.ChaneyWeiner.com

Chaney Weiner is a sought after authority on human potential and personal development. He is the founder of the Chaney Institute of Human Potential, an organization dedicated to empowering people worldwide in all seven areas of life by helping them discover their hidden brilliance and uniqueness based on what is most important to them.

Topics to be covered (time permitting):

1. Sometimes people will say that things occur (defining moments) because of “luck” or by “coincidence.” What are your thoughts on this?
2. Since we are speaking about defining moments and having a breakthrough, would you mind sharing your defining moment and how it led you to having a breakthrough in your life?
3. Is there a way that someone can determine their defining moment?
4. Some times when someone does have a defining or breakthrough moment (this can be in their career, a special accomplishment, maybe receiving a lot of money for what they did, etc) they may have a tendency to get “up” or “elated” or very “excited.” Can you discuss the importance of how to handle a defining moment, especially if someone is very “positively emotionally charged?”
5. What would you say to someone who says that they don’t know what their defining moment is or that they’ve had too many negative moments to even think of their defining moment?
6. How can you tell if you’ve had a defining moment? What are some things to look for?
7. Many people will “hold on” to past pains and carry around a lot of emotional baggage. Now you say that this can stop someone’s ability to have that one true defining moment. Can you discuss this further?
8. You also speak about having a breakthrough as a result of realizing your defining moment. How can you tell if you’ve had a breakthrough in any area of your life…what does it mean to have a breakthrough?
9. Once you realize that you’ve had a breakthrough, how can you know or trace it back to a specific (defining) moment that occurred?
10. What would you say to someone who may feel down and out in their life right now and what can they do to turn things around?
11. Many people commonly have negative thoughts that come up and want to get rid of them. You say to not get rid of negative thinking. Can you explain this further?
12. Do you have any final thoughts that you would like to leave our listeners with?

Related Links:

Charley Weiner’s “Wealth Mastery Success”

Wiki: Optimism

Wiki: Positive Psychology

Barbara Peters 9-10 PM
website: www.bjpcounseling.com, www.thegiftofalifetime.net
Book: The Gift of a Lifetime: Building a Marriage That Lasts

Barbara Peters has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, a Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing and a Master of Sciences in Counseling.  Her main passion is working with couples, utilizing a solution-focused approach with an optimistic outlook and seeing them develop a better relationship. I also work with individuals in a variety of areas. My counseling style is interactive, respectful, non-judgmental and supportive, and she helps people get in touch with their own values and ideals and gain trust in themselves to make decisions for a better lifestyle.

Topics to be covered (time permitting):

1. How did you get interested in marital/couples counseling?
2. What gives you credibility to do this type of counseling?
3. How do you view your success rate with marriages improving?
4. What about you is different in the way you approach your counseling process with couples?   Are certain couples/problems better helped by your approach?
5. Tell me about the FACTS and why you feel it is so relevant?
6. Is there one component more important that the other?
7. How did you come up with the acronym FAITH and how does it interplay with the FACTS?
8. Why did you decide to write this book?
9. What is relationship maintenance?
10. What makes your book different form all the other books on this topic?
11. What  does marriage mean to you in today’s culture. Is marriage still critical to family structure?  Do children care?
12. How do you feel about divorce and is it something that you would suggest if you felt that the couple were not going to make it.  What are the signs of pending trouble?  When do you know a couple isn’t going to make it?
13.Do you believe in couples living together?
14. How do you feel about blended families and is this addressed in your book?
15. Is your book relevant to only first marriages or does it apply to second, third and so on?
16. Is there an age group specific for counseling? What should the mind frame be for couples coming to counseling?  Can one person in the relationship come for counseling only or is that ineffective?

Related Links:

Wiki: Family Therapy

Wiki: Marriage

Wiki: Relationship Counseling

Wiki: Stepfamily (blended family)

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