You Are What You Think
Helping Advance Children To The Next Level
Susan’s expertise with educators has centered on her work with students at both ends of a learning continuum. Her work on behalf of gifted or advanced students is well-known worldwide. Her work on behalf of students with learning difficulties has allowed her to apply what she knows about how to structure successful learning experiences for students of all ages and at all levels of learning success.
Later shows in this series are dedicated to helping listeners cope with other life challenges including interpersonal relationships, learning how to stop listening to your inner critics in favor of listening to the more helpful messages you create, dealing with health concerns, planning for the lives of people with disabilities after the parents or caregivers are no longer living, and other topics as well.
Susan’s style is friendly and down-to-Earth. Audiences in diverse locations agree that she is easy to listen to and learn from, and that her advice has helped many improve their success and happiness levels in many types of settings. Susan extends a sincere invitation for you to listen the broadcasts of her show YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK!
Nancy Laughrey On January 14, 2016 at 9:18 pm
I once met this woman in Milwaukee. She and I went to lunch a few times. I know she was a committed fifth grade teacher but never thought she would be so successful later in life. Listen to what she says. I have! And I am a better person for it. Is my microphone working?
Alan Haber On April 10, 2016 at 4:18 pm
Waiting to see archive 11 posted on your site.
Susan On April 17, 2016 at 9:21 pm
I just discovered that the program has finally been archived. However, getting it to play without hearing another program playing at the same time is a challenge. If you need help with. For help, you may write to: Tom Schizzano – the producer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eddie Dunne – the “Boss” email@example.com
Let me know what you think.
Tom Schizzano On April 18, 2016 at 3:34 pm
Just hit stop or click on the top poster! – Tom.