Welcome to Change Your Attitude … Change Your Life

We provide the tools needed for personal and professional growth, improved health and well-being, and self-empowerment. Created by Joan Herrmann, CYACYL consists of a radio show (Conversations with Joan), magazine, advisory team, events, and more. CYACYL guests and contributors are some of the most inspirational and influential people in the world! It’s our goal to educate and inspire you. Thank you for stopping by, taking time for yourself, and for letting us be a part of your life. Now that you’re here, be sure to listen to past shows on demand, read the digital magazine, check out our team, take part in our book club, and follow us on social media. Remember … knowledge is power! Use this information to live your best life now!

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October 28


Dawson Church, PhD
Mind to Matter

New research and discoveries demonstrate that thoughts can indeed be profoundly creative. But, what does the science tell us about the scope of the human mind to transform thoughts into reality? Dr. Dawson Church examines the scientific facts and reviews the studies that show how our minds create material form. Dr. Church is an award winning author who founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare. His groundbreaking research has been published in prestigious scientific journals.

November 4


Don Miguel Ruiz
The Three Questions

Don Miguel Ruiz asks us to consider the questions that drive our lives and govern our spiritual power: Who am I? What is real? What is love? According to Ruiz, these questions provide a practical framework that, by learning how we can answer them, provides the clear path that allows us to overcome fear and discover peace of mind and true happiness. Don Miguel is the author of The Four Agreements. His new book is, The Three Questions: How to Discover and Master the Power Within You.

November 11


Marci Zaroff
ECOLife

Marci Zaroff teaches how to live and
shop in harmony with nature without foregoing style or luxury. She provides resources to transform your life through the choices you make in grocery stores, car lots, at work, in school, or at home. Marci coined the term and pioneered the market for “ECOfashion” and is an internationally recognized ECOlifestyle entrepreneur and educator. Marci is the co-founder of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Good Catch, and BeyondBrands. She is frequently featured in print and TV media.

November 18


Glynnis MacNicol
No One Tells You

Despite a successful career as a writer and an exciting life in New York City, Glynnis was constantly reminded she had neither of the things the world expected of a woman her age: a partner or a baby. Glynnis refused to be cast into either of those roles. She shares an adventure that will resonate with anyone determined to live by their own rules. Glynnis is co-founder of TheLi.st, which was named to Good Housekeeping‘s Awesome Women Awards by Shonda Rhimes. She is the author of No One Tells You This: A Memoir.

November 25


Heather Morris
The Tattooist

Based on real-life events, Heather Morris tells the story of Lale Sokolov, a Holocaust survivor who was forced to mark thousands and thousands of concentration camp inmates with what would become one of the most potent symbols of the Holocaust. Heather offers a testament to the endurance of love and humanity under the darkest possible conditions. She is the author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz.

December 2


Kenneth Pelletier, MD
Change Your Genes, Change Your Life

Biology is no longer destiny. Our DNA doesn’t determine our health and disease prospects, as geneticists once believed. According to the new science of epigenetics, the vast majority of our genes are fluid and dynamic—and their expression is shaped by what we think and what we do. Dr. Pelletier, author of Change Your Genes, Change Your Life is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine. He is a clinical professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine; Department of Family and Community Medicine; and Department of Psychiatry at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco (UCSF).