Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.
Dr. Mark Andreozzi: Board Certified Otolaryngologist
Dr. Mark Andreozzi is a board certified full-time practicing Otolaryngologist. He is a native Rhode Islander practicing in his home state. The cofounder of the group practice ENT and Allergy Inc. in Rhode Island.
Dr. Karen Gedney: 30 Years Behind Bars
Dr. Karen Gedney is an Internal Medicine Specialist promoting her new book 30 Years Behind Bars: Trials of a Prison Doctor. She is a strong advocate for prison reform.
Charlotte Trass: Ashwagandha Force
Charlotte Trass is the Director of Sales Education and Training at New Chapter, Inc. She is a board certified master herbalist and ashwagandha expert for all your natural stress relief and wellness needs.
Darcy Eikenberg: Red Cape Rescue
Darcy Eikenberg is an executive coach and speaker who has worked with high-performance leaders and teams. She speaks about career growth, employee engagement, and leadership development at conferences and for organizations around the world.
Dr. Judith Rabinor: The Girl in The Red Boots
Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD, is a clinician, author, writing coach, speaker, and workshop leader. Her most recent book, The Girl In The Red Boots follows her personal journey to successfully reconcile with her own complicated mother who died ten years ago.
Dr. Vijay Vad: Back Rx
Dr. Vijay Vad's Back Rx program has helped readers with back pain, joint pain, arthritis, and related conditions for decades, using a clinically proven mind-body regimen to reduce paining painkiller usage. In this expanded edition, Dr.
Interrupts too much
Such an irritating habit she has. I am going to try a few more episodes, maybe she is "new" to this podcasting stuff..., and maybe she reads these comments and will adjust, but dang, she talks over and interrupts way too much.
And her comments don't even sound as though she actually heard her guest speaking, it sounds like she was just waiting for them to be finshed so she could talk. And, when they aren't fast enough with their point, she just interrupts them.
Listened to the Lilac Girls episode. The host sounded like she hadn’t read the book at all, and she does not listen to the author she is interviewing. Several times she asked questions that the author just answered seconds prior. Would loved to have heard a more thoughtful conversation.
Growing Weeders into Leaders
I was on Patricia Raskin's Show as a guest and felt right at home. She is a leader and knows how to ask great questions. It was one of my favorite shows.