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Gratitude Week: Day 2 - Love, Optimism & Losing Weight

Posted Jul 20 2010 12:11pm

Thank_you Today is Day 2 of Gratitude Week.

Today, you will learn how saying thanks can lead to even more amazing things.

For instance, when you're grateful, you'll feel more optimistic and empowered.

Plus, when you say "thank you" often and with meaning, your relationships will vastly improve.

What's more, when you you are grateful, you'll discover that you'll feel like you're getting "enough."

As usual, you can listen live to today's Gab with the Gurus Radio Show . Or you can catch it later , at your convenience.

Here's a tinyurl to share with friends: http://tinyurl.com/GratitudeWeekDay2-GabWithGurus

Now for today's roster of inspiring guests:

Tuesday, July 20: Gratitude Week: On Optimism, Love, Empowerment & Getting "Enough"

  • Dr. Stephen G. Post, director of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics at Stony Brook University and author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People http://www.stephengpost.com
  • Dr. Diana Kirschner, psychologist and author Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love. http://www.lovein90days.com
  • Elizabeth “Lily” Hills, author of the new book, “A Feminine Manifesta,” which delves into how women have sabotaged themselves by being their own worst critics. It shares how the power of gratitude can transform your life, freeing you up to be the best of who you can be. www.AFeminineManifesta.com
  • Sue Lundquist, author of “I’m Thankful” and owner of the I’m Thankful™ Network, which is syndicated syndicated across the country. www.ImThankful.com
  • Erika Oliver, a Positive Approach Coach and author of “Three Good Things: Happiness Every Day, No Matter What!” and “Happy Crap: The Power of Positive Assumptions!” www.erikaoliver.com
  • Corinne Gregory, President and Founder of SocialSmarts , a nationally-recognized program for teaching kids and adults positive social skills, character and values, and author of It's Not Who You Know, It's How You Treat Them

Thank you to www.nuzizo.com/Users/ aliassiri2020/UserHome for today's artwork.

And a special thank you to BlogTalkRadio for featuring my show today on the home page.

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Lost Interview

The Lost Interview

Robin Milling flashes back to 1995, when she went one-on-one with Tony Bennett—who recounted a chilling tale of a crazed fan. “He was a demented person,” the crooner told our host. “He said, ‘I have a sawed-off shotgun and when you come out of the backstage I’m going to shoot you.’”

Bionic
 on the Boards

Bionic on the Boards

The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown kicks it with four-time NBA All-Star Shawn Marion of the Dallas Mavericks. Nicknamed “The Matrix” for his seemingly supernatural athleticism, Shawn will weigh in on the dream team that’s shaping up at his alma-mater club, the Miami Heat.

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Eric!

Team Eric!

The VRO’s Amy McCracken and her coven of co-hosts get bizzy with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. Justin will fill us in on whether or not (not!) Eclipse mania is abating, and what he’s been doing since the flick’s June 30 opening.

America’s Finest Sports Source

America’s Finest Sports Source

Olivia Wilder hangs with Matt Walton, who plays Elijah Clarke on One Life to Live, while also doing guest turns on such series as Rescue Me and Royal Pains. Matt will chat about his duties for the Onion Sports Network, which is soon to be a Comedy Central series.

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 Lose, All Drawn

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Betty Jo Tucker and her Movie Addict Headquarters team reveal the results of their Ten Best Animated Films poll. Among the flicks in the running are Despicable Me (above), The Lion King, Chicken Run, Pinocchio, A Boy Named Charlie Brown and Monsters, Inc.

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No, They Do Not Yodel

Icon Fetch host Tony Peters mixes it up with Krokus. The Swiss rockers, best known for hits like Screaming in the Night and Stayed Awake All Night, are back to their original lineup for the first time in 25 years, with a new album titled Hoodoo.

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Get While the Getting’s Good

Continuing her Gratitude Week series, which focuses on optimism, love and empowerment, Gab with the Gurus’ Connie Bennett sits down with Diana Kirschner, author of Love in 50 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love

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