Listening Is The New Reading! The Making of My 1st Audiobook Was Exciting!
Listen to a sample of my new audiobook Success Is A Side Effect AudioBook It was just released and is available for download. There are also paperback and e-book editions on Amazon.com and other retailers. It took six months to record 5 hrs and 15 mins with the pronunciation, tone, clarity, dB, pace, quality, and […]
What NOT to Say to Your Friend With Cancer (with Audio)
Click here to listen to the podcast for this blog I guess I have been writing this blog since around 2013. Five years is a long time to spend on a blog of a few hundred words. Right? That’s because I reluctantly became a cancer Griot after my first diagnosis of a rare sarcoma (GIST) […]
3 Life Lessons I Learned From A Seatbelt
When I was a kid, my mother’s right arm was my seat belt. It worked as long as we didn’t actually have an accident. In 1983, front seat belt wearing regulations were passed, making me and mom’s arm safer on the roads. I was surprised to learn the first seat belt law was passed in […]
Do You Have A Poker Voice?
Successful leaders learn to not only have a poker face but they also have a poker voice. What does that mean? It means that when they speak, they have learned to control the tone of their voice, the pace of their voice, and the content of their remarks so that it is difficult to gauge […]
Never Close Your Heart – Unless It’s Temporarily Under Reconstruction
In the bestseller, The Forty-Eight Laws of Power, Robert Greene asserts, “An emotional response to a situation is the single greatest barrier to power, a mistake that will cost you a lot more than any temporary satisfaction you might gain by expressing your feelings. Emotions cloud reason, and if you cannot see the situation clearly, […]
Why Is Maya Angelou Famous?
I originally published this blog in 2012 but I am still mourning the passing of my shero while simultaneously celebrating her amazing life. She was truly a gift to mankind. I’m also attaching a wonderful Master Class that was broadcast on Oprah Winfrey’s network for those of you unfamiliar with the depth and breadth of […]
100 Reasons to Pay Your Babysitter, In Full, On Time!
I’m not new to the grandma rodeo. My oldest grandson is five now. We have spent many hours together playing with action figures, hiding from his parents (who were not actually seeking us), and giggling our way through Cartoon Network marathons. I started keeping him overnight, as needed, when he was a few months old. […]
Picking Up The Pieces (My Theater Acting Debut) 2/14/14
PICKING UP THE PIECES 4. The year is off to a great start! Feeling so blessed and excited as I embrace the power of now in my new 100%. In December, I had my first acting role in a fabulous short by Mikki C Mikki, author/award winning director/producer. Now, I have the amazing opportunity to […]
Dr. mOe Interviews Grammy Winner Kirk Whalum (Podcast)
Hear Grammy winner and legendary jazz saxophonist, Kirk Whalum, chat with journalist, author, and speaker Dr. mOe Anderson about jazz, Austin, TX, his faith and One World Theater. Read the article that was published by Soulciti.com One World Theatre Follow Dr. moe on Twitter/@drmoeanderson and visit her website at www.drmoeanderson.com today! Check out this episode!