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Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick

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Dr. John Izzo has been a student and a professor that has been searching for what makes people happy. Our conversation about his book, The Five Thieves of Happiness, shows how we all have the power to discover, develop, and defend the happiness that is our true nature.

When my guest, John Izzo, had to cancel his appearance on the day of our taping I experimented by covering the topic of his book without a guest. The episode sparked great interest and even John thought it would be a perfect complement to when he would be able to come back on the show. With his return on next week's episode we get a double dose of how to overcome the most difficult of times and why we sometimes are our own worst enemies.

Dr. Judith Orloff provides life strategies for sensitive people to help them thrive in a high stimulus world.

Dr. Larry Arnn is the President of Hillsdale College and a most respected professor of politics and history. With his book, Churchill's Trial, he shows how the greatest statesman of the twentieth century left us timeless wisdom to guide and shape our next century.

Can we train our brains to be more comfortable when confronting change and more adapt at innovation? Dr. Leonard Mlodinow knows we can. Dr. Mlodinow, who co-wrote with Stephen Hawking The Grand Design and A Briefer History of time, is known for his ability to take almost incomprehensible subjects and make them accessible to all. With his book, Elastic, he tells why we must use a new form of thinking in an era of ever fasting change.

In part one of my conversation with physicist Dr. Leonard Mlodinow, about his book Elastic, we learned why flexible thinking in a time of change is of the utmost importance. Now, in Part 2, he shows us the tools we must access in our minds to incorporate flexible thinking so we become more innovative and prepared for the future.

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