Episode 32 of the Tribesmen is now LIVE!
Join us as we talk with Dr. Felder, a leading psychologist and author of the book "Here I am."
Leonard Felder, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in West Los Angeles who has written twelve books on personal growth that have sold over one million copies. He leads discussions and workshops throughout the country at both synagogues and churches, and numerous interfaith events. He has also appeared on over 200 radio and television programs, including Oprah, The Today Show, CNN, The CBS Early Show, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio, Canada AM, and BBC London.
In this episode, we discussed how to overcome life's challenges, find balance in your life, and live authentically. Plus, Dr. Felder will share his unique insights into understanding human behavior and relationships.
You will learn:
1. How to show gratitude and appreciation for people in your life.
2. The importance of having strength and courage to do what needs to be done and become the person you want to be.
3. The power of words, especially when encouraging others.
4. Why it's important to take the time to recognize people's successes and show compassion in times of need.
And so much more!
"But this spiritual sense and this psychological sense of, oh, actually, Judaism has some wonderful teachings about how to breathe and be present and be there for your loved ones and be there for your own self and find out what your soul's purpose is. Those are great things that I wasn't taught as a kid..."
".. you're pretty important to yourself..."
".. if that's your mission in life, to let your soul shine, you could probably live a long life because there's gonna be layers and layers and layers of taking off these layers of covering to let more of your soul shine. And sometimes people don't get a chance to do that until, you know, they're in their fifties, sixties, seventies, or eighties..."
".. to admit that it's scary and uncomfortable and unfamiliar to be having these changes and these new visions of what, what you want. So if you are gentle with your own, you know, fears about it's different and unfamiliar, and then you can encourage everybody else to be gentle and patient with.."
So, if you're ready to start living your best life, join us as we get into an inspiring conversation with Dr. Felder.
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