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John Tarnoff has held 18 different positions and been fired 39% of the time in his career, but it’s those very stats that have allowed him to become a highly sought-after speaker and graduate teacher at Carnegie Mellon University, one of the most prestigious business universities in the world. Tarnoff talks about how to work through layoffs and reinvent yourself career-wise by learning to embrace change. Also joining the show is Chef AJ with some very delicious and easy salad recipes.
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Lifestyle Magazine 2412
Lupus is a disease that shows up in many different ways but affects over 1.5 million Americans. Actress Mary McDonough from "The Waltons" and "The New Adventures of Old Christine", and Jane Withers, known as Josephine the Plumber, are both affected and join the show to talk about how they live wi...
Lifestyle Magazine 2413
While the panel debates the health merits of ultra-low calorie diets, a special guest, Grammy-nominated Latin singer Jaci Velasquez, shares how she made healthy lifestyle choices to lose over 70 pounds and keep it off. Jaci also shows viewers how to prepare some healthy snacks and cook a deliciou...
Lifestyle Magazine 2414
No two cancer patients are the same. On the show is Dr. Peter Edelstein, who is a passionate cancer patient advocate and experienced surgeon who advises patients to make sure their care is appropriately tailored to meet their unique medical, personal, and emotional needs; they must maintain their...