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How to Be More Likeable & How to Be a Better Food Shopper
Published October 9, 2017
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    Remember Doc & Marty's time machine in Back to the Future? It was made out of a DeLorean. And one of the cool things about the DeLorean was how the doors opened up. But you hardly ever see those doors on other cars despite their coolness. Why? I’ll explain. Then, would you like to be more likable? Speaker and coach Michelle Tillis Lederman is author of the book The 11 Laws of Likability(http://amzn.to/2xQVPio). She explains what makes someone likable and how anyone can improve their likability. Also, if you are planning to travel during the holidays this year, it is time to start making those plans a reality. I'll explain why waiting will cost you money. And, would you consider yourself a savvy food shopper?  The problem is that food companies make a big effort to get you to buy foods that may not be as good for you as you think. Registered dietician Susan Burke March, author of the book Making Weight Control Second Nature (http://amzn.to/2yhWzhZ) has some excellent and practical advice for making healthy food choices in the store. She explains why a lot of the overweight and obesity problem we have today is because of poor choices in the supermarket. And she joins me to help fix that.
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