Psychologist Ben Michaelis and Forbes reporter Kathryn Dill share tips with Hoda and guest cohost Jenna Bush Hager on how the habits of highly persuasive people can help you achieve what you want in many aspects of your life.
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Have you been in a bit of a funk lately? Having a hard time trying to shake it? Dr. Ben Michaelis reveals some easy ways to break out of it and find your groove.
Dr. Ben Michaelis explains a simple process to find your purpose and direction in life.
Dr. Ben Michaelis provides tips on how to stay engaged.
Dr. Ben Michaelis provides tips on how to cultivate and nourish your own creativity even when you’re feeling stuck.
Ben Michaelis explains what he means by the concept of “embrace your process”. He talks about the importance of understanding failure as the best source of information on the road to innovation.
Dr. Ben Michaelis joins Sarder TV to talk about how to face the inter critic.
Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore. Turns out the favorite childhood pastime is gaining popularity with adults, and there’s a laundry list of health benefits like stress reduction and sharpening fine motor skills. Dr. Ben Michaelis joins Fox News to talk about why coloring is a great activity for adults.
We often associate coloring with children, but it’s becoming very popular among adults because of its stress-relieving power. Dr. Ben Michaelis joins HuffPost Live to talk about about the benefits of putting down your phone and picking up a few crayons.
Clinical Psychologist Ben Michaelis talks to Kathie Lee and guest co-host Jenna Bush Hager about a trend that you’ve probably noticed, or not: Couples looking down at their phones instead of talking to each other. Michaelis shares tips to help you focus on being present, rather than just being in someone’s presence.
Originally aired on July 24th, 2015