Prescott, Arizona (PressExposure) September 04, 2008 -- Andrea Goeglein, Ph.D. offers her expertise to the world. Nationally acclaimed author, business woman, TV personality and founder of the Prescott Professional Womenâs Conference will welcome professionals from all over the country to her upcoming free teletalk on Wednesday, Sept. 10th, at 5pm Pacific Time. In this talk (part of a series of free teletalks) Dr. Goeglein will feature the book âAn Hour to Live, An Hour to Love,â by Richard Carlson and Kristine Carlson (of Donât Sweat the Small Stuff fame).
Dr. Goeglein is often featured on AM Arizona as âDr. Success,â and shares her expertise and passion for applied Positive Psychology and self-help books. She is also an executive mentor, motivational speaker, and author. As Dr. Success, Andrea provides unique insights and exercises designed to guide executive development and maximize the success and happiness of all who cross her path. These teletalks are part of that work.
Even at the height of his fame, Dr. Carlson chose to live authentically, declining many opportunities for fame and fortune. He remained devoted to normalcy and deeply understood that every-day life is where we find our most significant gifts. In 2003, on their 18th wedding anniversary, Richard presented his wife, Kristine, with a short manuscript called, âAn Hour to Live.â In it, he imagined that the end of his life was imminent. He posed questions originally asked by author Stephen Levine: Who would you call? What would you say? and Why are you waiting? Uncannily, the small book foreshadowed Carlson's unexpected death three years later of a pulmonary embolism.
Following his death, Kristine published the book, adding her own responses to these questions. Titled, âAn Hour to Live, An Hour to Love,â Kristine asks the audience to discover their own answers. Like John Izzoâs book, âThe Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die,â this book suggests that we truly live right now and leave no regrets.
Dr. Success will highlight why this book is a MUST for anyone seeking to move forward on the road to success and professional development and build a life of gratitude. The call in number for this talk is 201-793-9022 (Room #9853148). There is no charge for attending. The book is available at http://www.ServingSuccess.com or any local library.