Life Coach Janet Zipper & World Renowned Hypnotherapist Gale Glassner, interview people sharing amazing life stories of finding their inner power
Travel Expert Pete Trabucco
Travel Expert Pete Trabucco uses his expertise to break it all down and share his thoughts on the fear of flying and how it can be done safely, even during the pandemic. Pete shares his expertise with us regarding what decisions to consider when choosing air travel. Pete also offers important information regarding what decisions to consider when choosing air travel. Additionally, Pete is a great resource to identify the most popular theme and amusement parks across the country, in his new book, A Personal Guide to the Best Thrill Rides and Amusement/Water Parks”. Here he elaborates with specific details, to assist your choices for the best destinations. His new book is now widely available at bookstores. Furthermore, Pete Trabucco is a: * Licensed Private Pilot and * A True-Blooded Thrill Seeker and TV Host of "Thrill Ride Maniacs" plus has his own radio show in Philadelphia. Pete has appeared on over 2000 radio and television shows (including Fox News Channel, MSNBC, Bloomberg Television, The CW network, CNN The Weather Channel and the Travel Channel, to name just a few) Most recently, he was featured on the Weather Channel, CBS Channel 2 News in New York, The Travel Channel, and the Jim Bohannon Syndicated Radio Program.
Interview with Matt Zinman
Join Janet Zipper and Gale Glassner for an interview with Matt Zinman who is a difference-maker, devoted to personally enrich the lives of at least 100 million people by 2025. His new book, “Z-isms: Insights to Live By” is based on his experiences as an entrepreneur, athlete, single parent, caregiver, and nonprofit founder. He is also the host of “Insights to Live By,” a podcast that invites guests to share their own life lessons. In addition, Matt is CEO of The Internship Institute, which he established in 2007 to “Make Experience Matter.”
Your book review says that your book is richly authentic, deeply personal, and highly motivating. Z-isms offer new ways to better who we are, to better our experiences, and to better our encounters.
Matt keeps it casual, as though in private conversation with readers, freely sharing his life experiences as an entrepreneur, athlete, single parent, caregiver, and nonprofit founder to help navigate and overcome common challenges we all face. It is impossible to read this book and not be better for it.
Dr. Ehsan Saadat, Spine Surgeon
Join Janet Zipper and Gale Glassner for an interview with Dr. Ehsan Saadat. He is a Board-certified, Harvard and Emory-trained orthopedic spine surgeon. His areas of interest include disk replacement and motion-preserving surgery, minimally invasive microscopic spinal decompression, minimally invasive spinal fusions, and complex revision spine surgery. Dr. Saadat is the co-director of spine surgery at the Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center in Beverly Hills, where he leads a team of surgeons, anesthesiologists, and nurses in delivering state-of-the-art spine care in the outpatient setting.
Dr. Saadat is a prolific and active researcher and an accomplished author, with numerous research publications covering a wide range of topics in orthopedics and spine surgery. He leads several clinical studies at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and is frequently invited to present his work at national and international conferences. Dr. Saadat has authored multiple book chapters, and recently heavily contributed to the newest authoritative textbook of techniques in spine surgery.
Dr. Saadat sees patients in Los Angeles and Orange County.
Los Angeles office:
Cedars-Sinai Spine Center
The Mark Goodson Building
444 S. San Vicente Blvd, Suite 901
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Orange County office:
Orange Orthopedic Medical Group
The Providence Building
1310 W. Stewart Dr., Suite 410
Orange, CA 92868
Dr Ali Radfar Founder of Aperio Beauty
Join Janet Zipper and Gale Glassner for an interview with Dr. Ali Radfar who is the creator of Aperio Beauty’s unique, science-driven anti-aging platform. His insight into a new direction for skincare began during his medical school training, at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. While in medical school, Ali spent 2 years outside of his core medical degree, working as a Molecular Genetics research associate, with a focus on applying novel gene therapy vehicles towards effecting scar less wound healing. It was through this experience, that he developed a
keen appreciation of molecular medicine, as it may be applied towards the healing of
skin and complex supporting skin structures. Additionally, Ali has spent over 20 years
working in the field of healthcare finance, across investment banking, consulting and
private equity. He received an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Throughout these 20 years, Ali enriched his mind beyond genetics, researching the
realm of plant-derived anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredients. The sum of these
life experiences have led to the passion, vision and business acumen to launch Aperio
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Stephanie Samuels: Founder of COPLINE
Join Janet Zipper and Gale Glassner for an iinterview with Stephanie Samuels. She is Founder of COPLINE, Inc, First Confidential National Law Enforcement Officers' Hotline in the USA, manned by retired officers. Ms. Samuels began her career as one of the teens in the first focus group of Teen Line Cares, a mental health help line for teens. Ms. Samuels recognized that teens only trusted and confided in other teens. With this same concept in mind, Ms. Samuels went on to create two law enforcement officer hotlines. She is currently the Founder and President of COPLINE, Inc., the first Confidential National Law Enforcement Officers' Hotline in the country manned by retired officers.
She is the general partner of The Counseling and Critical Incident Debriefing Center, LLC, which specializes in debriefing and long-term counseling of first responders and their families. Ms. Samuels was hired after the Boston Bombing as the Clinical Director of the Boston Police Department Peer Support Unit and co-founded the LEADER (Law Enforcement Active Duty Emergency Responder) Program at Harvard's McLean Hospital and continues to work with the Boston Police Department in a different capacity.
Ms. Samuels has co-authored "Under the Blue Shadow: Clinical and Behavioral Perspectives on Police Suicide" with Dr. John Violanti .She taught at the Monmouth County Police Academy for 16 years and has been a guest lecturer at The FBI Academy in Quantico.
She received the "Honored Citizen Award" from the New Jersey Honor Legion for her contributions to the law enforcement community. She has authored five legislative bills in New Jersey and has helped get two of them passed. One bill was introduced in Pennsylvania that would recognize a psychological injury as the same as a physical injury for the law enforcement community. Ms. Samuels is the author of the "Dear Steph" column for the New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police Newspaper. Ms. Samuels got her Bachelor's degree from UCLA, a Masters degree in Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and a Masters degree in Social Work from Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Interview with Rosalyn Kahn
Join Janet Zipper and Gale Glassner as they interview Rosalyn Kahn. She is a College Professor Public Speaking Instructor at Los Angeles City College. She is also an Author, International Motivational and Inspirational Speaker, plus Public Speaking Coach and business owner.
Rosalyn has performed on both sides of the microphone as both professional speaker on TEDX talk, interviewed on numerous radio and TV stations, and hosted Red Carpets. Her experience highlights include co-hosting American International Children’s Film Festival in San Diego, co-hosting the Gala Activity with teen star Cady Lee last year. Last month she was awarded Woman of the Year and recognized by Assemblyman Adrian Nazarian
Rosalyn, as an author, published her first book, "Random Acts of Kindness are Changing the World" by Solutions Press released on Amazon. Rosalyn promotes kindness by doing simple things such as opening a door for someone. There are many initial benefits at the time and many benefits thereafter.
Her second book, "Roses and Dogs –How to Reduce Stress in Today’s Troubled Times" was released on Kindle 6-15-17. This book focused on the fast pace life we all live and finding a way to appreciate the simple things.
[Prof. Rosalyn Kahn | (818) 583-7328 www.rosalynkahn.com]