The wonderful JoAnne Dodgson is today's guest. JoAnne earned a doctorate in Counseling Psychology and Holistic Health, and is a published author, college instructor, community activist, and an initiate into the Eastern Andes shamanic lineage of Ka-Ta-See.
In this episode, JoAnne and Melanie talk about:
How to ...
... yep, we cover a lot of ground.
Doug Lynam, financial advisor, national media financial expert, and author of From Monk to Money Manager: A Former Monk's Financial Guide to Becoming a Little Bit Wealthy -- and Why That's Okay, turns the table on Melanie and asks her some questions in this episode.
How to deal when the world has turned upside down? Good question. Check out all the episodes in this series for some answers. And listen for the monthly updates from Doug on Living From Happiness, No Matter What!
Money guy, Doug Lynam, returns for this thought-provoking series created to address a few of the unprecedented financial, psychological and spiritual issues that are showing up because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Doug, author of From Monk to Money Manager: A Former Monk's Financial Guide to Becoming a Little Bit Wealthy -- and Why That's Okay, riffs on how to survive a dark night of the soul.
Melanie offers her take on how to stop "fighting the facts" as one tool to use in coping with those inevitable dark times that most people experience ... especially when the world has turned upside down.
This exciting new four-part series is devoted to understanding some of the psychological, spiritual and financial aspects of living in a global pandemic.
Doug is a money manager, former Benedictine monk, national media financial expert, and author of From Monk to Money Manager: A Former Monk’s Financial Guide to Becoming a Little Bit Wealthy — and Why That’s Ok.
The second episode starts with Melanie sharing some of her personal issues with asking for help, how a contemplative spiritual practice can help us get through a dark night of the soul, and so much.