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Ever wonder how some of the most remarkable people find their purpose? At the Heart of It gives you a look into their thought process and practices on how they manage their own well-being along the way. Tune-in, as I have intimate conversations that give you fresh insight from the hearts and minds of these high-profile personalities, day-to-day decision makers and quiet force powerhouses who are shaping our world. Together, we’ll take you on a journey that helps you better understand how the ...
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As a podcaster, children’s author and vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton chooses optimism, focusing on progress that can be made with persistence. She’s passionate about children’s welfare, helping steer the foundation as it tackles issues including the pandemic’s impact on early education. Tune in to learn how careful scheduling…
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Congressman Andy Barr of Kentucky wants to spare others the suffering his family experienced when his wife, Carol, who had mitral valve prolapse, died in 2020 of sudden cardiac arrest at age 39. In this episode, hear how he’s determined, through the Cardiovascular Advances in Research and Opportunities Legacy (CAROL) Act, to honor his late wife, tu…
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When her husband, Jerry, died in 2008, Anita Zucker took the reins of the company he founded – and of her own health and that of her colleagues. As CEO of The InterTech Group, and with significant philanthropic interests, Anita carves out time for self-care by focusing on exercise early each day, before work gets in the way. Tune in to learn how sh…
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From “The Wonder Years” to the wonders of mathematics, actor and author Danica McKellar has trusted her intuition as she’s transformed her life and pursued her passions. In crafting numerous books making math fun, she’s focused on boosting kids’ confidence with numbers as a foundation for sharper minds and empowered lives. In advocating for women’s…
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Feeling run down in 2018, actor Jason Gray-Stanford relied on instinct and sought medical attention. It was the first step toward a diagnosis of heart failure and a period of relatively stable health – before he woke up on the floor of spin class one day and ended up having a heart transplant in 2020. In this episode Jason recounts a journey first …
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Health conscious and always on the go, NFL and NBA reporter Jen Hale describes in this episode how she didn’t want to recognize how much her body was failing her. She tried to “suck it up” as she huffed and puffed, poured out sweat, nearly slept days away, and couldn’t zip her clothes. Finally, diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy and facing the p…
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Mathew Knowles is a music executive, businessman, motivational speaker and lecturer. He’s the father of Beyonce and Solange and was the manager of Destiny’s Child. Not long ago, Mathew added another accomplishment to this long list: He survived cancer. In this first episode of season three, Mathew talks about the importance of men’s health, self-ca…
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CBS Medical Correspondent and cardiologist, Dr. Tara Narula, discusses the science of resiliency. From her vision loss to the struggles for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Narula encourages everyone to find their power within.American Heart Association
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As the recipient of the One Brave Idea award, Dr. Calum McRae discusses the beauty of embracing change and challenging leaders to “go back and relearn” in order to be truly effective.American Heart Association
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As an entrepreneur and social media influencer, Malcolm “MJ” Harris encourages the audience to go for the life their desire. MJ also talks about the importance of having smart people around you to make impactful change.American Heart Association
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As a woman of color and CEO of New York Life Investments, Yie-Hsin Hung discusses the importance of having diverse representation in positions of leadership. She discusses how to build a successful team. Yie-Hsin also stresses the importance of having more women and women of color in finance & taking control of their financial situation.…
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Emmy-award winning actress, Susan Lucci talks about preserving in her acting career and personal life. She also explains how having the mindset that anything is possible, helped her achieve her goals.American Heart Association
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Get inspiration on managing the ups and downs of life and self-care from Judy Smith, a crisis management expert, author and inspiration for the hit TV show Scandal. Don’t miss At the Heart of It with Nancy Brown.American Heart Association
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In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, Star Jones sits down with American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown to talk life, health and finding her purpose. Hear what motivates the attorney, author, advocate, TV personality and American Heart Association National Volunteer.American Heart Association
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton is known by ABC News viewers for her expertise on women’s health and the pandemic. Get to know a new side of Dr. Ashton as she shares how she's overcome trauma and tragedy, coming out better on the other side.American Heart Association
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JT Laybourne – born with a heart condition – tells his inspiring story about overcoming adversity, going viral for change and living life to the fullest on a new At the Heart of It with Nancy Brown.American Heart Association
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Ever wonder how some of the most remarkable people find their purpose? At the Heart of It gives you a look into their thought process and practices on how they manage their own well-being along the way. Tune-in, as I have intimate conversations that give you fresh insight from the hearts and minds of these high-profile personalities, day-to-day dec…
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