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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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November 24


David Kessler
Finding Meaning

Many are familiar with the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Now, according to David Kessler, there is a sixth stage. David is an expert on healing and loss, and author of several books including On Grief and Grieving, which he co-authored with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. In his new book, Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief, he journeys beyond the classic five stages to discover a sixth stage, meaning. David argues that it’s finding meaning that can transform grief into a more peaceful and hopeful experience. David’s first book, The Needs of the Dying is a #1 best-selling hospice book that received praise from Mother Teresa. David’s work has been featured on CNN, NBC, Fox, PBS, and Dr Oz. He is a contributing writer for Oprah.com, Dr. Oz’s Sharecare.com, and Anderson Cooper 360.

December 1


Michael Gelb
Healing Organizations

Corporations today are viewed as having a focus on profits over people and the environment. But according to Michael Gelb, this approach to capitalism is no longer viable. He believes that we are at a point where businesses must take the lead in being a healing force, and that this approach may make them more profitable because the profits are rooted in human flourishing. Michael is an authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. He helps organizations around the world develop more creative, innovative, and conscious cultures. He is the co-author of the new book, The healing Organization: Awakening the Conscience of Business to Help Save the World.

December 15


Stephen G. Post, PhD
Human Connectedness

According to Dr. Stephen Post, there are no coincidences in this world. He believes that perfectly timed and connected occurrences are guidance from God and proof of humanity’s fundamental oneness, Infinite Mind. He discusses the essential meaning of life and the messages we all may miss unless we begin paying close attention. Dr. Post marries medicine and philosophy to inspire us to deepen our own happiness, health and success by lifting up the people around us. He is the founder of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love, and is a frequent contributor to The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Time magazine. Dr. Post is the author of the new book, God and Love on Route 80: The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness.

December 22


Paul Napper, PhD
The Power of Agency

The fast pace of today’s world is creating a silent epidemic that’s impacting our physical and emotional well-being. According to Dr. Paul Napper, our accelerated lifestyles, always-on technology, and ever-increasing job demands have created a tsunami of overwhelm and anxiety. Dr. Napper warns that we’ve lost our agency, which is the ability to deal with stress and act as an effective agent for ourselves. Dr. Napper leads a management psychology practice. He has held an advanced fellowship during a three-year academic appointment at Harvard Medical School, and is the co-author of the book, The Power of Agency: The 7 Principles to Conquer Obstacles, Make Effective Decisions, and Create a Life on Your Own Terms.

December 29


John Chambers
Leadership Lessons

John Chambers went from being a dyslexic kid from West Virginia to one of the world’s most successful business leaders. In his book, Connecting the Dots, John shares leadership principles that helped him outmaneuver competitors to grow a multi-billion-dollar company. John is the former executive chairman and CEO at Cisco, where he served as the company’s global leader for more than two decades. He has worked closely with government leaders from around the world, and he served on committees for two U.S. presidents, earning the first-ever Clinton Global Citizen Award as well as the Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship. In 2016, he received the Edison Achievement Award. Harvard Business Review named him one of the best-performing CEOs in the world and he was named “Best Boss in America” by 20/20.

January 5


Anne Devereux-Mills
The Parlay Effect

We get so caught up in our busy world that it is easy to lose sight of what is important in life and to no longer recognize who we are and what we want. Anne Devereux-Mills went from running a New York City ad agency to the search for what was missing while she was raising kids and running companies. She realized that many of her personal relationships were framed by transactional favors rather than genuine connection. Stripped of everything that had been her identity, she set out to she set out to rediscover herself and recreate her life. Anne is a CEO, entrepreneur, documentary film executive, and the founder of Parlay House. She is the author of the new book, The Parlay Effect: How Female Connection Can Change the World.