Sep 13 2015

July/August 2015

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September 3rd
Scott Cluthe LIVE
with Dr. Michael and Sarah Bennett

F*CK FEELINGS: One Shrink’s Practical Advice for Managing All Life’s Impossible Problems

(Simon & Schuster; September 1, 2015), veteran psychiatrist and APA Distinguished Fellow Dr. Michael Bennett and his
comedy-writing daughter Sarah Bennett present the anti-hero of the self-help section and the cut-to-the-chase therapy session
we have all been waiting for. Most people attend therapy to try and change something they don’t like about themselves or
to figure  out a way to change another person. The Bennetts argue that goals like this are impossible to achieve, and therefore
deflating and counter-productive. In F*CK FEELINGS, they explain that the real F words in life are “feelings” and “fairness,”
and promise that any situation life throws at you is manageable if you can keep your sense of humor, bend your wishes to fit
reality, restrain your feelings, manage bad behavior, and do what you think is right.

The Bennetts focus on realistic goals and acceptance.. F*CK FEELINGS gives us solutions to 140 of the problems that
land on Dr. Bennett’s couch – family, love, work, self-esteem, garden variety assholes  and more.

Dr. Michael I. Bennett, educated at both Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, is a board-certified psychiatrist.
He has been in private practice for almost thirty years. He is the author of F*CK FEELINGS, with his daughter Sarah Bennett,
he lives with his wife in Boston.

Sarah Bennett has written for magazines, the Internet, television, and books. She also spent two years writing for a monthly
sketch comedy show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York..F*CK FEELINGS, written with her father
Dr. Michael I. Bennett, is her first book.

August 13th

The Astrology of Wisdom/Understanding on Your Spiritual Journey


Greg Bogart Live with Scott Cluthe

Greg Bogart, Ph.D., MFT. All of the writings described on this website are an outgrowth of my professional practice
as a psychotherapist (LMFT 28276). His work combines meditation, yoga, Jungian dreamwork, existential psychotherapy,
psychosynthesis, and Buddhist psychology with the cyclical wisdom and archetypal symbolism of astrology.  In Greg’s
writings he explores methodologies of emotional and spiritual  process work using dreams, meditation, breath awareness,
and dream symbolism. I encourage others to attempt these  practices, which are freely available, for their own healing and

Currently he lectures in psychology at Sonoma State University, is an adjunct instructor at California Institute of
Integral Studies  (CIIS), and a teacher in the New York Open Center’s Holistic Psychology program. Previously Greg taught for
20 years in the Counseling Psychology and East-West psychology programs at CIIS, John F. Kennedy University, Dominican
University, and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

Beginning in 1974 Mr. Bogart studied meditation and hatha yoga with three great teachers: Swami Muktananda,
Judith Lasater, and Allan Bateman. He is a graduate of the yoga teacher training at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco.

August 5th
switch on
Nick Seneca Jankel LIVE with Scott Cluthe

Switch On presents a compelling science-driven, wisdom-inspired answer to the most pressing question of the age:
How do we as individuals, and our world as a whole, thrive? It is based on 20 years of research and experience at the
forefront  of personal, social and corporate change Breakthrough Biodynamics will help you to Never be stuck or stressed again,
Bring more freedom, consciousness, mindfulness into everyday life and much more.

About Nick Seneca Jankel: Nick is a shaman for the 21st Century, helping over 50,000 individuals, hundreds of
world-class organizations (like Nike, Coca Cola, Disney, Virgin, etc., a number of national governments and millions of TV
viewers across the globe to switch on, break through difficult challenges, embrace change and thrive.

He was educated at Cambridge, becoming a wisdom teacher and philosopher after a successful career in advertising and
the tech world. Nick hosted a 4-part BBC TV series on addiction, in which he helped people break through their addictions;
and coached a major celebrity on MTV. He co-hosted a major festival tent with Kelly Osbourne; and his tips and insights into
how to thrive have been featured repeatedly in publications such as The Guardian, Financial Times, OK!,
The Daily Mail, Top Sante, and Cosmopolitan.
He now runs creative management consultancy; and media company

July 30th
Scott Cluthe hosts’ Catherine Price

and her startling new book on the rampant problems
with the vitamin & supplement industries live.

The fascinating story of America’s love of vitamins—and how it affects our health

Should I take a multivitamin? Does vitamin C really prevent colds? Can I get enough vitamin D from the sun?
Are dietary supplements safe? How much of each vitamin do I need?

There’s no question that Americans are fascinated by vitamins and nutrition – we think that vitamins are always good for us,
and that the more we can get, the better. But how much about vitamins do we really know? And how might the answer to that
question affect the way we eat?

When it comes to vitamins, it turns out that the experts themselves are surprisingly short on answers.
Yes, we need the thirteen dietary chemicals known as vitamins; without them, we would die. Yet despite a century of
scientific research (the word “vitamin” was coined only in 1911), there is little agreement around even the simplest of questions,
whether it’s exactly how much of each vitamin we each require or what these chemicals actually do.

Scott Cluthe with

Andy Selsberg

The Jottery:Thought Experiments for Everyday Philosophers and Part-Time Geniuses

In The Jottery, you’ll find a series of prompts, suggestions, commands, and questions that are intended to cause
neurons to fire and a spectrum of ideas to surface–possibly good, potentially useful, conceivably profitable, maybe illuminating,
and hopefully amusing. There’s also a chance you’ll come up with nothing, and experience a beautiful “idea-lessness” that would
be the envy of Zen monks everywhere. Also a win.

Think of this as The Book of Questions for creative types, from writers and artists, to idea gurus and daydreamers, perfect
for writing classes, train rides, parties, meditation retreats, game nights, insomnia bouts, lulls in dates or low points in relationships,
company brainstorming meetings, waiting rooms, therapy sessions, and more.

Andy Selsberg is a former staff writer for the Onion, and his writing has appeared in the New York Times, GQ,
the Village Voice, Salon, the Oxford American, and the Believer, among other publications. He is the author of
You Are Good at Things and Dear Old Love.

David Gaggin live with Scott Cluthe

Tonight as we travel far past Pluto and straight into the Universe ! 

Gaggin says: Throughout my life I spent my free time in an exhaustive search for the most plausible answers that I could find
to the classic questions concerning our existence: Who are we? Is there a God? Why is the cosmos here?
How shall we live our life?  What is important?

Like most of us, for years I was confused by life’s illusions; but what I eventually found was that truth is available
to anyone  committed enough to search for it. I knew when I began to find truth because things started to make sense.
The answers, which I describe in the form of a worldview, are right in front of us; but we fail to see them because we are
so consumed with our materialistic lifestyle. This worldview describes a divine plan in which we are an intricate and
important part.  What I believe to be the answers to life’s most basic questions are detailed in “The Endless Journey

July 3rd

Console Wars author Blake J Harris Live with Scott Cluthe
console wars

NPR: Best book of the Year !

Seth Rogen from the forward: “The “Console Wars” between Nintendo and Sega is what began
a series of events that will lead to the end of humanity as we know it.” 
(well of course!)

Console Wars—a mesmerizing, behind-the-scenes business thriller that chronicles how Sega, a small, scrappy gaming
company led by an unlikely visionary and a team of rebels, took on the juggernaut Nintendo and revolutionized the
video game industry.

In 1990, Nintendo had a virtual monopoly on the video game industry. Sega, on the other hand, was just a faltering arcade
company with big aspirations and even bigger personalities. But that would all change with the arrival of Tom Kalinske,
a man who knew nothing about videogames and everything about fighting uphill battles. His unconventional tactics,
combined with the blood, sweat and bold ideas of his renegade employees, transformed Sega and eventually led to
a ruthless  David-and-Goliath showdown with rival Nintendo.

The battle was vicious, relentless, and highly profitable, eventually sparking a global corporate war that would be fought on several
fronts: from living rooms and schoolyards to boardrooms and Congress.

Based on over two hundred interviews with former Sega and Nintendo employees, Console Wars is the
underdog tale  of how Kalinske miraculously turned an industry punchline into a market leader.

Blake J. Harris is a writer and filmmaker based out of New York. He is currently codirecting the documentary based
on this book, which is being produced by Scott Rudin, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg. He will also serve as an
executive producer on Sony’s feature-film adaptation of Console Wars.

July 1st
Live with Scott Cluthe Kim Schneiderman

Step Out of Your Story (New World Library, June 15, 2015).

When asked to tell what’s going on, which version do you share ?

Scott and Kim examine the Power in re-framing Your Version of Your Reality.

Kim’s work is built around a series of structured writing exercises designed to help readers reimagine themselves as
the heroes of their unfolding story with the power to reclaim their personal narrative through choice and voice.

As a psychotherapist, former journalist, and consummate seeker, author Kim Schneiderman offers the framework, tools,
and insights gleaned from both sides of the therapy couch.

To do this, Schneiderman helps readers to apply classic storytelling elements to their own lives, using the third-person
narrative to elevate their perspective. This therapeutic technique was inspired by a growing body of research supporting
the theory that viewing our lives as objective observers can help us see ourselves through gentler, more compassionate eyes.

Step Out of Your Story is about weaving the seemingly fragmented chapters of our lives into a meaningful narrative that
values the subtle, often unrecognized personal victories that build character — facing a fear, changing an attitude, or kicking
a bad habit. As readers write new scripts for old stories, they will begin to see how character development is at the
heart of any  story worth reading — and worth living.


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