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The Radio Show

Are you excited to get up in the morning and tear into another day? Or do you dread everything about it? Do you ever wonder, "Is that all there is?" Even if what gnaws at you is mostly background, we want to put the bounce back in your step.

Hi. I'm Maureen Anderson, host of Doing What Works -- a nationally-syndicated radio talk show that helps you fix what you don't like about your life. We talk to the experts -- about finding work you love, being healthy, even getting along better with your teenager -- and we share those conversations with you.

I hope you can catch the show on one of dozens of affiliates across the country, but if you never want to miss an interview you can subscribe to the podcast. For quick bursts of inspiration, subscribe to my blog or check out my latest Huffington Post post. For microbursts of inspiration, follow me on Twitter. You can also buy one of my books or hire me as a speaker.

This photograph was taken by Danielle Laporte. It's of my favorite place in the world, Manhattan -- at my favorite time of day, dusk. It looks like you've arrived somewhere exciting, doesn't it? That's how I want you to feel about your life. Starting ... now! 

  • On the Radio

    With the world at your fingertips (keyboard!), why use a travel agent? Nancy Aughinbaugh and Sheila Anderson can't wait to tell you. They're our friends from Kvamme Travel in Moorhead, Minnesota. Then Darrell Anderson (yep! that one!) joins us to talk about the twentieth anniversary of his show, the Successful Farming Radio Magazine. Listen Sunday from 8 to 10p Pacific.

    In the Blog

    What's your lucky fin?

    Do you laugh to be polite?

    Does your attitude need adjusting?

    Do you allow enough travel time?

    Four posts a week, here.

    There's more at the Huffington Post! XXXXXXXXXX

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    On Twitter

    “Don’t give me that shit!” http://bit.ly/29BUH8Z ~ the misadventures of Darrell in Manhattan

    The strength of a marriage is inversely proportional to how much you bristle at each other’s driving suggestions!

    The 6YO is worried about her first piano recital. “Is it true that when you screw up people throw food at you?” she asks. #TheKaOfKatie

    “The members of one’s true family seldom grow up under the same roof.” via

    Sample the Talk Show

    Doing What Works

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