Alan Cohen

Blending Intellect and Heart to Find Yourself and Help Others with Alan Cohen

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In this podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alan Cohen, who joins us with some beautiful insights on kindness and love. As a bestselling author, empath and life coach, Alan has some excellent advice for parents, teachers and even individuals who want to discover their strengths through the perfect blend of intellect and heart. Get ready to take away some valuable life lessons about parenting, spirituality and professional boundaries.

About Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen, M.A., is the author of 24 popular inspirational books, including the best-selling The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, the award-winning A Deep Breath of Life, and the classic Are You as Happy as Your Dog?

He is a contributing writer for the New York Times #1 best selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his books have been translated into 24 foreign languages. His work has been featured on and in USA Today, The Washington Post and 101 Top Experts. Alan’s radio program Get Real is broadcast weekly on Hay House Radio, and his monthly column From the Heart is featured in magazines internationally.

0:38 Introducing Alan Cohen

2:22 Alan's early years

  • Being the class clown
  • Finding a mentor

6:34 Seeing our children's potential

  • Comfort in the status quo
  • Recognizing what works
  • Building on strengths

10:27 Addictive behaviors

  • How to talk to your child
  • Finding joy in life

14:50 Parent's support

  • A family rich in love

17:53 Discovering a spiritual path

  • Learning to share a truer self
  • Appreciating kindness

26:36 Blending intellect and heart

30:25 Helping others

  • Professional boundaries

34:40 Alan's resources

  • Foundation for holistic life coaching
  • Alan’s books

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