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Up for multiple GRAMMY Awards and spending over 20 years in the entertainment industry, Deborah Johnson, M.A., built multiple self-driven businesses. While many discuss career transitions and achieving success in a second act, few offer comprehensive guidance on leveraging automated content with core values and purpose. She is an expert on how to constantly reinvent yourself in a gig-economy, working mainly with those at mid-career and halftime of life. A creative powerhouse, she has released multiple books, albums, published hundreds of songs, has a thriving podcast and has written three musicals. Deborah speaks and performs for both live and virtual events.

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269.Private Patient Advocacy With Dr. Gerda Maissel &Raquo; Private Patient Advocacy With Dr. Gerda Maissel
269.Private Patient Advocacy with Dr. Gerda Maissel

Many of us have aging parents or loved ones that need medical care that would benefit from engaging private patient advocacy. Doctors are busier than ever with little time to spend with each patient. …

Many of us have agin…

Many of us have aging parents or loved ones that need medical care that would benefit from engaging private patient advocacy. Doctors are busier than ever with little time to spend with each patient. This can be frustrating for both patients and for family members who have questions and concerns that are left unanswered. Is there a solution to this with a health care system that is facing a shortage of primary care doctors? On average, most primary care physicians will spend between 15 and 18 minutes with each patient, if they’re lucky, and that can include diagnosis. This is often after wai…

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Private Patient Advocacy &Raquo; Private Patient Advocacy Deborah Johnson 150X150 1
Private Patient Advocacy

Many of us have aging parents or loved ones that need medical care that would benefit from engaging private patient advocacy. Doctors are busier than ever with little time to spend with each patient. …

Many of us have agin…

Many of us have aging parents or loved ones that need medical care that would benefit from engaging private patient advocacy. Doctors are busier than ever with little time to spend with each patient. This can be frustrating for both patients and for family members who have questions and concerns that are left unanswered. Is there a solution to this with a health care system that is facing a shortage of primary care doctors? On average, most primary care physicians will spend between 15 and 18 minutes with each patient, if they’re lucky, and that can include diagnosis. This is often after wai…

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268.Spring Cleaning For The Brain With Deborah Johnson &Raquo; Spring Cleaning For The Brain With Deborah Johnson
268.Spring Cleaning for the Brain with Deborah Johnson

In today's episode, we delve into the transformative philosophy of essentialism. By prioritizing the "vital few" over the "trivial many," we explore how to streamline thoughts and actions toward our c…

In today's episode, …

In today's episode, we delve into the transformative philosophy of essentialism. By prioritizing the "vital few" over the "trivial many," we explore how to streamline thoughts and actions toward our core values and objectives. Imagine a spring cleaning for the brain, where we ruthlessly evaluate commitments, beliefs, and habits, discarding what doesn't align with our essential priorities. Join us as we discover how embracing this mindset frees us from mental Clutter, directing our energy toward fulfilling pursuits. This episode, brought to you by DJ Works Media, serves as a beacon for those in…

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Spring Cleaning For The Brain &Raquo; Springcleaning For The Brain Deborah Johnson 150X150 1
Spring Cleaning for the Brain

Just as one clears out physical Clutter during spring cleaning, identifying and discarding mental Clutter, such as distractions, commitments, and beliefs that do not align with one's essential priorit…

Just as one clears o…

Just as one clears out physical Clutter during spring cleaning, identifying and discarding mental Clutter, such as distractions, commitments, and beliefs that do not align with one's essential priorities give us a head start on dusting off limitations. This process entails introspection, prioritization, and intentional decision-making to create mental clarity and enhance focus on what brings us genuine fulfillment and value.I have found this principle especially relevant for the artistic and creative mind and I admit, I fit into that category. After reading Marie Kondo’s books on Tidying Up …

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267.Fit For Life: The Adventure Of Fitness With Kelly Howard &Raquo; Fit For Life With Kelly Howard
267.Fit for Life: The Adventure of Fitness with Kelly Howard

"Fit for life" is about embracing a holistic approach to health and wellness, particularly crucial during mid-career or halftime transitions. This is a time where cultivating consistent and effective …

"Fit for life" is ab…

"Fit for life" is about embracing a holistic approach to health and wellness, particularly crucial during mid-career or halftime transitions. This is a time where cultivating consistent and effective habits is key; however, by infusing an element of "adventure," this journey becomes not just manageable, but fun! This podcast isn't just about fitness; it's a journey into how mid-life can be a time of transformation, adventure, and rediscovery. Kelly Howard, a beacon of health and vitality and Fitness Consistency Expert, shares her remarkable story of overcoming physical and personal challenges …

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