9:30AM (PST) – Peggy Caruso is a certified Executive & Personal Development Coach, 8-time entrepreneur with 22 years experience and author of “Revolutionize Your Child’s Life: A Simple Guide to the Health, Wealth, and Welfare of Your Child”
It’s hard to be a parent in today’s increasingly complex world especially when raising kids doesn’t come with an instruction manual. The woman you are about to meet has helped parents guide their children and watch them thrive as they enter adulthood.
Peggy Caruso is a certified executive and personal development coach. An NLP master practitioner and advanced hypnotherapist, she is also an eight-time entrepreneur with more than 22 years of experience. She helps parents understand their children’s subconscious and conscious minds and how each one affects their behavior.
Throughout her professional career, she has helped numerous children rid themselves of depression, ADD, and ADHD medication. She is also the author of three books, Revolutionize Your Life, Revolutionize Your Child’s Life (Morgan James Publishing, 2014), and Revolutionize Your Corporate Life. Revolutionize Your Child’s Life is the second book in the Revolutionize series. A proud mother who raised two children independently and a grandmother to one, Caruso currently lives in DuBois, Pennsylvania.
10:30AM (PST) – Doyin Richards, is an author and a popular daddy blogger at daddydoinwork.com. His goal is to evolve fatherhood in unique ways and he believes that his groundbreaking book titled “Daddy Doin’ Work: Empowering Mothers to Evolve Fatherhood”
The man you are about to meet is a first time author, father, husband, public speaker, and Daddy Consultant and he’s here to share with you how moms can empower dads.
Doyin Richards is excited to announce the upcoming release of Daddy Doin’ Work: Empowering Mothers to Evolve Fatherhood on September 2 with a tour that will take him to seven states and over eight major cities.
Vinne Politan (CNN), Al Roker (the TODAY Show), and Carson Daly (the TODAY show) have all agreed on one thing: Doyin is a special kind of father. But Doyin thinks differently; he doesn’t consider being a good father as out of the ordinary. In fact, he wants good fatherhood to be more than respected—he wants it to be expected.
With the release of Daddy Doin’ Work: Empowering Mothers to Evolve Fatherhood Richards takes a major step in this movement to evolve and change the common—and often stereotypical—ideology of fatherhood in our society, and people are taking notice.
Maria currently stars in ABC’s new Friday night sitcom, Cristela. She’s most known for her role on the Emmy Award Winning Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place, a role which earned her two ALMA Awards and an Imagen Award. She also recently appeared on screen in Larry Crowne directed by and starring Tom Hanks, and has also appeared in Disney’s Camp Rock franchise, Nickelodeon’s Brothers Garcia, and voiced the character ‘Hawkgirl’ in the animated series The Justice League.
Cristela airs Fridays @ 8:30 / 7:30c on ABC
11:30AM (PST) – David Finch, public speaker and author of the New York Times best-selling memoir, “The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband”
At some point in nearly every marriage, a wife finds herself asking, what the heck is wrong with the man I married, and who is he? In our next guest’s case, this turns out to be an apt question when 5 years into his marriage, they find out some very surprising news when he receives a life-changing diagnosis.
David Finch is a humorist and author of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling memoir, The Journal of Best Practices. Married in 2003 and diagnosed five years later with Asperger syndrome, David has committed himself to relentless self-improvement, sometimes to a comical extent. A former semiconductor engineer turned full-time writer and speaker, David has written for The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Slate, and he writes a relationship blog for Psychology Today. But his greatest accomplishment by far has been learning how to thrive as a family man.
At the podium, David brings his story to life through narrative that both inspires and entertains. With a comedian’s wit, affecting storytelling, a long list of endearing quirks, and surprising wisdom, David shares his journey from the world’s most trying husband to the husband who tries the most—a journey that taught him how to live a successful, fulfilling life, and even how to fold laundry without being asked. His messages range from the transformative power of love, understanding, guidance, and adaptability in any relationship, to living a fulfilling life with an autism spectrum condition, to thriving in what he describes as a “neurologically-mixed marriage.” While sharing hilarious and moving anecdotes from his life, David provides his audiences with invaluable, fresh insights into their own. Rich with wisdom and life-changing lessons for anyone motivated to succeed—be it in their career, their marriage, or any aspect of their life—David’s talks lend a message of hope and inspiration from which anyone can benefit.