Overcoming Negative Attitude, A Salon that Serves, Friday the 13th, Preparing for the End of Life, New Year for Moms, Screen Cleaning, Weekly Roundup

Overcoming Negative Attitude, A Salon that Serves, Friday the 13th, Preparing for the End of Life, New Year for Moms, Screen Cleaning, Weekly Roundup

The Lisa Show

  • Sep 13, 2019 2:00 pm
  • 1:40:59 mins
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Overcoming a Negative Attitude (0:00:00) As kids, we hear a lot that we should “have a better attitude.” Which was hard! But as adults, between finances, careers, raising families, politics, and a thousand other factors, it can feel impossible to have a positive outlook about anything. Sometimes it’s so hard to stop seeing all of our glasses as being half-empty. So what can we do? Christopher Felton is the author of “Re-Member Yourself: A Healing Journey Through Your Innerverse,” and he joins us now to help us change our attitude. A Salon that Serves (0:15:44) More and more companies are starting to include a charitable focus in their business plans. Large corporations donate large sums of money to charities, and some even give their employees extra vacation days to do service. But small businesses don’t always have the luxury of extra cash to donate. So how are these businesses giving back? One entrepreneur made sure her new salon would do more than just earn money and help their clients look their best. Melissa Watts, owner of The Lash Bar, decided that her business would donate a portion to humanitarian work. Melissa joins us today to talk about her decision to incorporate service into her full-service salon. Friday the 13th (0:29:27) Are you superstitious? Then today is probably a rough day for you...paraskavedekatriaphobia is the fear of Friday the 13th, which happens to be today!If you were afraid to get out of bed this morning, you just might be suffering from this particular phobia. But why is this day so spooky where did this unlucky superstition start? Joining us today to explain all about it is Leo Ruickbie, paranormal expert and social scientist. Preparation for the End of Life (0:50:21) Do you have your will written out? Are your affairs in order? Dying isn’t something we generally like to think about, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry. What can we do to prepare either for our own death or for the death of a loved one? Joining us to talk us through it is Monica Williams, author of "It’s OK to Die." Reevaluating New Years Resolutions (1:08:49) You know all of those New Year’s resolutions you make in January that always seem to fall through? Well, here we are at the beginning of a new school year, and this just may be a better time to make those resolutions because it may be a little more possible to keep them. Christine Michel Carter has been named “the voice of millennial moms.” With her experience working and raising her own children, she has some great ideas on how moms, and everyone else too, can use this new school year to make and keep some great resolutions. Screen Cleaning (1:22:08) Jeff Simpson and Cole Wissinger of BYU Radio's Screen Cleaning talk with Lisa and Richie about this weekend's biggest movie releases. Weekly Roundup (1:36:17) Producer Becca Hurley gives a musical summary of the week.

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