May 2022 Newsletter
May is the month of bright colors and joy. Great weather is to come which means we should embrace positive energy and continue to spread happiness. We will also be celebrating Memorial Day in which we should take the time to honor and appreciate those in the armed forces.
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CREATE and develop your own podcast or IMPROVE the one you have!

With her experience, skill, and passion, Patricia will help you create, develop, produce, and even co-host a winning podcast that will have your listeners coming back for more! Among the 5,000 people Patricia has interviewed in her career, Patricia knows what will make your podcast work. 

Patricia Raskin Positive Living Show on in its 21st year!
The program that helps you find answers to tough questions, turn obstacles into opportunities and challenges into solutions. 

Monday, May 2nd - Variety Channel

Dr. John F. Tholen
Focused Positivity: The Path to Success and Peace of Mind

Dr. John F. Tholen is a cognitive psychologist who retired from private practice in 2017, after more than 40 years of helping clients shift the focus of their attention to achieve their goals, strengthen their relationships, and feel better about themselves. In his book, Focused Positivity: The Path to Success and Peace of Mind, he will discuss powerful strategies that can empower us to take control of how we feel and what we can accomplish. 

Monday, May 9th - Variety Channel

Talia Fox

Talia Fox is a leadership strategist, legacy builder, and CEO of KUSI Global Inc. Over the last two decades she has transformed thousands of executives by assisting leaders in the development of innovative strategies. Talia will discuss how she helps organizations maximize human potential through leveraging strategic intelligence, promoting a connected workplace culture and having conscious equity.

Monday, May 16th - Variety Channel
Reed Davis
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition

Reed Davis is a Nutritional Therapist, founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and the FDN Certification Course. He served as the Health Director at a California Wellness Center for over 10 years assisting over 10,000 clients. Reed is known as one of the most experienced clinicians in the world being an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine. 

Monday, May 23rd - Variety Channel
Paula Marshall
Finding the Soul of Big Business

Paula Marshall is the author of Finding the Soul of Big Business and has been the CEO of the Bama Companies since 1984. On the Patricia Raskin Positive Living Show, she will give tips on how to make work fulfilling and productive, as well as discuss her book, Finding the Soul of Big Business.

Monday, May 30th - Variety Channel
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Memorial Day Re-broadcast
Monday, May 30th
Alan Stein, Jr.
Sustain Your Game: High Performance Keys To Manage Stress, Avoid Stagnation, And Burnout

Alan Stein, Jr. teaches proven strategies to improve both individual and organizational performance by empowering people to develop winning mindsets, rituals, and routines. As an internationally renowned veteran basketball performance coach, he spent 15+ years working with the highest-performing athletes on the planet (including NBA superstars Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, and Kobe Bryant). He will discuss his book, Sustain Your Game: High Performance Keys To Manage Stress, Avoid Stagnation, and Beat Burnout.

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Positively Speaking: Patricia's Perspective

The following story exemplifies those episodes in life which provide us with the opportunity to turn obstacles into opportunities. My late father told me this story adapted from those he heard. This is in my book Pathfinding:

"One day the owner of a building tells his care- taker that he must go out of town for a day, but that he expects a most important letter. He informs the care- taker that he must make sure he gets the registered letter himself because it is a very important letter. The owner leaves the next morning. That after- noon the letter is delivered, but requires a signature. The caretaker tells the postman that he doesn’t know how to write. 

The postman explains that he must obtain an actual signature, no marks or X’s. Since the caretaker can’t write, the postman refuses to leave the letter. When the owner returns and learns what hap- pened, he becomes furious and fires the caretaker on the spot. The caretaker finds himself without a job and without an income. To support his meager existence, he starts peddling whatever goods and services he can to survive. His business begins to grow and improves to the point that he is able to open a little store.

By the time his sons are old enough to help him, he has become well established. The sons inherit the business when the caretaker retires and decide to build a larger store. They ask their father to help them borrow the money to finance their ambitious under- taking.The father asks the banker for the loan and the banker says, “No problem. You can have whatever you need. Just sign on the dotted line.”The caretaker looks at the banker and replies, “I can’t sign. I never learned how to write.”In astonishment, the banker asks, “How is it possible that a man who can’t write could amass the wealth that you have?”
“Ah,” says the caretaker, “If I could write, I’d still be a caretaker.”