Tuesday, May 7, 2013

David Essel Alive! XM Radio 246, Guests for Show Sat, May 11th

David Essel Alive Show Sat, May 11th

Positive Talk Radio! David Essel Alive! Every Saturday, 6-9pm est, 3-6pm pst, XM Radio CH 246, and streaming FREE at www.davidessel.com . Proud to be a part of the Premiere Radio Network, celebrating 22 years in talk radio. This weeks guests:

....... Dr. Joachim de Posada, Author: Keep your Eye on the Marshmallow...So what truly separates the REALLY successful businesses, sports teams or companies, from those who want to reach high levels of success...but don't? Do they have a secret that others don't? Or is it simply a matter of luck, being in the right place at the right time? This best selling author, adjunct professor and former NBA LA Laker consultant,  is the guy to listen to, to take your life to the next level. 

.......Dr. Jonny Bowden- Author: The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer....Is it true, that exercise is NOT the most important key in long term weight loss?  Have we been mislead into thinking that all we have to do is walk, run, or exercise the pounds off? And, why do so many people, after years of religiously going to the gym several days a week, still struggle with their weight? "The rogue nutritionist" is here to set the record straight on long term weight loss!
......James "Smitty" Smith- Host,  In This Corner TV,  Discusses Gay Athletes in professional sports. NBA basketball player Jason Collins last week came "out of the closet" and announced he was gay....leading many to believe his act was as historic a moment as when Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier as the first black professional baseball player. Is this good for sports? For the world at large? Will other athletes support his move? And, what about the fans?

.......Christina Carlyle: Author, Mind Right, Body Tight: Fitness Success Stories....Why the hell do we as a nation struggle so deeply with getting fit and losing weight, with all of the great information available right at our fingertips? ARE WE just that lazy? Or, are there deeper emotional issues that lead us to struggle so? Join us for a talk about real people and real success stories, to help you change for good!

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