Joan Moran, author of “Sixty, Sex & Tango” — April 8, 2014

Joan Moran

Joan Moran, author of “Sixty, Sex and Tango,” a popular keynote speaker, and an insightful blogger for The Huffington Post, returned to the program. Joan’s “10 Ways to Measure Your Life” began with simplification. She explains that living light eliminates the superfluous and reframes mindsets that reflect purpose. Another measure is this: Are you going about the business of being you every day? Joan stresses that you are unique unto yourself. Dr. Diana’s client had an insightful and moving realization: her personal anger and conflict was with herself. Dr. Diana and Joan spoke about ways to increase self-acceptance. Stretching the mind: you can use your mind as a “remote control” to determine which of life’s channels you are going to tune into – deciding which important messages you are going to transmit to the outside world through your behavior. Do you keep an open mind and heart? Minds are like parachutes – they only function when open! Passion was discussed, and if not now, when? No matter how you feel, get up, dress up, and show up! For more from Joan please visit

Click below to listen to the interview (approx. one hour).