Concepts in meditation can often feel vague, beyond our grasp. This leaves many people unsure and frustrated. So they start, stop, quit or never become committed to practicing daily. It doesn't have to be this way. In today's episode, Kathleen discusses the breath. We're often told in meditation to focus on the breath, but what exactly does that mean? How do we do it? Why do we do it? After the discussion, Kathleen will lead you...

  Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau interviews Vicki Robin, the co-author of the classic and groundbreaking book Your Money or Your Life. What do you trade the hours of your life for? How can you transform your relationship with money and forge financial independence? This was a pivotal book in Kathleen's life. 44 minutes [powerpress] Comments from Kathleen: Does money serve you or enslave you? What are you trading to get a paycheck each week? I hated my own answers to these questions...

Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau interviews Dr. Richard O'Connor who talks about breaking the habits of depression. He is the author of a must-read book called Undoing Depression.  [powerpress] Comments from Kathleen: I loved this interview (and this book) because despite the fact that I spent ten years in the mental health industry,  Dr. O'Connor hit on some things that I have never come across as it relates to depression. This is a must-listen for anyone struggling with depression as well...

Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau interviews Woody Tasch, the author of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms and Fertility Mattered. A beautiful book. Powerful and necessary concepts. 42 minutes [powerpress] Comments from Kathleen: I realize on the surface that a show about economics might not be as sexy as some of our other topics. But this book, interview and topic have continued to haunt me for years. Infinite and unchecked growth is not possible. It is not possible. The world cannot...

Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau interviews the great Maya Angelou. Maya was an American poet, author, singer, actor, memoirist and civil rights activist. She is the author of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. [powerpress] Comments from Kathleen: This interview evokes so many mixed emotions for me. I can't listen to it without getting choked up because Maya is so raw and personal and touching and human.  But her words here also light the hottest fire in me to live...