This podcast provides you with new insights into those life situations that cause so much anxiety and stress. It also provides you with useful and practical information, insights and guidance for situations you may encounter on the interesting edges of life. Your host is award-winning and best-selling author, Dr. Stephen Lesavich.
Podcast: M is for Magic
When I worked as a professional software engineer for AT&T Bell Laboratories, I was a member of the AT&T corporate running team. At that time, one component of AT&T Bell Laboratories was located in Naperville, Illinois, which is a city about 30 miles south west of the city of Chicago. We would do at least […]
Podcast: Does Luck Really Exist?
Seeing a four leaf clover made think about the concept of “luck” and the “Law of Attraction.” You are considered “lucky” if you find a four leaf clover in nature because the odds of finding one are about 1 in 10,000. So a four leaf clover is something that is rare. Odds provide “a measure […]
Podcast: The Presence of Absence
There are some words that carry very powerful meanings in their original language, but have no direct translation into other languages. “Saudada” is one of those words. According to Dictionary.com, Saudada (pronounced sou da da) is a noun, a word in the Portuguese language, with a meaning of “a deep emotional state or melancholic longing for a […]
Pocast: Is This Really New? Energy Lines -Not Waves or Particles- May Be the Building Blocks of the Universe
According to a recent article written by Larry M. Silverberg, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, North Carolina State University and republished on Interesting Engineering: “Energy lines” may be the building blocks of the Universe. According to the article, “energy” is made up of “lines” that fill up a region of space and time, flowing into and out of […]
Podcast: Can You Make it to the Fence?
Can you make it to the fence? No matter how bad things look, do you have the energy, the motivation, to take another breath, another step? Are the obstacles in your life real? Or are they self-imposed? For Dottie Lessard (1966-2015), the obstacles were all too real. Dottie was born with the chronic lung disease […]
Podcast: Volleyball Pencils, Outliers and Your Subconscious
The health club I belong to has an elite junior volleyball program for middle school and high school students. According to their web-site, the program has had 250+ athletes who went on to play volleyball in college. Their teams are competitive at the national level each year and several have won national junior championships. These […]