Author • International Motivational Speaker • Difference Maker
Each week, Temple shares tools and stories to support you in your journey to becoming an intentional spirit.
For many years, people have asked Temple to share her views on how to go beyond seeing life to actually being life—being present, being intentional, being alive!
You will learn how to apply these simple practices in purposeful ways that will enable you to thrive in the best and most challenging of times. You will become aware of the how’s and why’s in your everyday life and how they directly affect your ability to see and be your most magnificent self.
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Taoist monk Yun Rou (formerly Arthur Rosenfeld) talks with Temple about how to handle feelings of helplessness in today's turbulent times. The author of 14 books, Yun Rou shares how we can channel our outrage about government, the environment, and leadership and answer the call to take part in social change.
Discover how to add more peace and purpose to your life with Trappist Monk August Turrak. The author of Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim, and the Purpose of Life (Clovercroft Publishing), August retired as a successful entrepreneur and corporate executive. He attributes much of his success to living and working alongside the Trappist monks of Mepkin Abbey since 1996. Find out their secrets to success with Temple today.
Get a jump on the new year and focus in on what you really want with psychic medium Vincent Genna. Vincent is a spiritual healer who can help you remove blocks that are keeping you from living the life of your dreams.
Alisa Savoretti considers herself a serial entrepreneur with a diverse background in fashion design, manufacturing, e-commerce, and show business. Alisa's own story, having lived without her breast for nearly three years in her 30s because she lacked the means for reconstruction, prompted the birth of My Hope Chest in 2003. Feeling she could not be the only woman in this situation, she believes the charity is her calling to help breast cancer survivors find closure.