Las Vegas, Puerto Rico, Head First Positivity
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1310
- Oct 2, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:20:02 mins
Las Vegas and Puerto Rico (17:07) Joe Cannon is the CEO of the Fuel Freedom Foundation, former Chairman of the Utah Republican Party, past assistant administrator in the US EPA, and editor of the Deseret News. Joe Cannon talks about the Las Vegas shooting, Puerto Rico recovery, and the Supreme Court. Head First: A crash course in positivity (1:01:58) Steve H. Lawton is the author of “Head First! A Crash Course in Positivity,” a story about how his attitude literally saved his life from a near-fatal skiing accident. Steve enjoys helping others by sharing his story and practical advice on how to create a positive mindset, lead with positivity, and achieve better outcomes for individuals and organizations. After a life-threatening ski accident, doctors weren’t sure Steve H. Lawton would survive. But because of his attitude, a helmet, a message from God, and a rubber chicken named Henrietta, Lawton not only survived but recovered nearly completely and lives to share his tale and the wonders of positivity. Makena Bauss - Improve Focus (1:26:30) Sometimes it can be tough to concentrate on a task. Finding a way to improve your focus would help and science my have some ideas. Producer Maken Bauss shares some counter-intuitive ideas to improve your focus Reason Most Americans are Broke (1:52:41) Holly Johnson is a financial expert and award-winning personal credit writer. The Federal Reserve says the average American family with credit card debt carries more than $15,000 in balances on their cards alone? It is so easy to swipe the card and live in luxury these days. But luxury comes with a price- and that price is a lot more than what they charge you at the store. Holly Johnson shares her article, “The Upside-down Reason Most Americans Are Broke,” and help us realize some of the spending and saving mistakes we could be making.