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Live Your True Life Perspectives with Ashley Berges, a syndicated talk show, that offers real answers to life’s most important questions, from relationships to common sense authentic living. #LYTL Perspectives offers topics that are relevant to you and full of entertaining stories. Ashley has a magnetic personality and is a skilled therapist. You no longer need to pay for counseling and or success coaching. #LYTL Perspectives creates awesome driveway moments, that keep you in your car listening to the show for life changing stories, authentic advice, and impactful reality checks that only Ashley offers her listeners.

Latest Episodes

Get Rid of Your NaySayers with Jeffrey Hayzlett [Ep. 601]

When you're driving change in your life and in your business, you'll run into naysayers, energy suckers, and negative people who will pollute what you're working. To be successful you must have a support system, people who care, people who want to be positive team players, and those who want to do what's right for the organization and to push forward the common goal. Jeffrey Hayzlett is the host of the podcast All Business, author of "The Hero Factor", and creator of C-Suite TV. Jeff joins Ashley to discuss corporate culture, creating an organization that works together, and ultimately getting rid of those who are not adding to the mission and the ultimate goal. Towards the end of the show, Ashley offers her perspective on how to use Jeff's advice and utilize it in your day-to-day life and in your personal life to maximize your time on this planet and do more of what you want to do!

43 MIN1 w ago
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Get Rid of Your NaySayers with Jeffrey Hayzlett [Ep. 601]

Stand Up For Yourself, When to Stand Up and How to Do it! [Ep. 600]

On today's show, we're discussing why you need to stand up for yourself, when to do it, and how to stand up for yourself in the proper way. The idea of standing up for yourself sounds easy, however, when you're in a heated situation or an impromptu argument where you are blind-sided, doing the right thing and standing up for yourself in a powerful way can be challenging. Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient offers his perspective as to why we should stand up and how to actually do it when things get heated. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App discusses detailed ways to safeguard yourself, when to do it, and when to walk away. In the great words of George, Seinfeld, The jerk store called and they are running out of you."

40 MINNOV 3
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Stand Up For Yourself, When to Stand Up and How to Do it! [Ep. 600]

It Takes a Village [Ep. 599]

To properly raise children in this day and age, it takes a village. As adults, change can frustrate us, can cause us fear and can cause us to worry about the future. Jack Purser, the author of "Saving Forest Farm" joins Ashley on Live Your True Life Perspectives to discuss how to help children positively understand and process change. Jack helps us to see that change is really more of an adventure than anything. Whether you are a child or a child at heart, this podcast will speak to you and will help you if you have a fear of change.

44 MINOCT 26
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It Takes a Village [Ep. 599]

The Power of Unconditional Self-Love [Ep.598]

Noemi Grace, Psychotherapist, and author joins Ashey Berges live in studio, discussing her latest book, "An Intimate Dialogue with God." On September 11, 2001, Grace had a spiritual epiphany during a time of great sadness and pain that put her on a path to self-understanding, and unconditional self-love. Noemi offers us insight into understanding our choices, and understanding self-sabotaging, self-loathing choices and how to change them. Listen to this podcast, and get the information and understanding necessary to begin to see or to continue to cultivate your God-given self-worth.

41 MINOCT 26
Comments
The Power of Unconditional Self-Love [Ep.598]

Feeling Overwhelmed? [Ep. 597]

Are you feeling overwhelmed? With technology as it is, with the 24/7 news, the internet, social media, and the list goes on, how do we get a break from sadness and destruction? We have the opportunity to see the news from all around the world, every single moment of every single day. And with that overload of news, we see the news stories about people, animals, and our planet Earth going through turmoil and tragedy. Reggie Harvey, author of "Anatomy of a Patient," joins me in studio to discuss his perspective on feeling overwhelmed and how to handle it. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App, offers his unique perspective on how to handle the overload of news and how to keep everything in a positive perspective. At the end of the broadcast, Ashley offers 4 things that you can do right now to stop feeling overwhelmed.

40 MINOCT 20
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Feeling Overwhelmed? [Ep. 597]

Friend Versus Frenemy: How to Know the Difference [Ep: 594]

Our friends can make our life more enjoyable, fun, and filled with joy, however, if we're spending time with people who are not our friends, instead they're frenemies we need to know and we need to know quick! On today's show, Rnold Smith, the creator of The Connection App and Reggie Harvey the author of Anatomy of a Patient and survivor​ of a near-death illness offers their perspective on what a true friend is and how to identify one. If you want to be sure you are surrounding yourself with the right people, you don't want to miss this show.

40 MINOCT 12
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Friend Versus Frenemy: How to Know the Difference [Ep: 594]

How to Communicate Effectively with a Loved One Going through Challenging Times. [Ep. 592]

Communication is key to any relationship, however, communication can be challenging especially when someone is going through a stressful time in their life. The most stressful life events for a human are the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, and/or a major illness or injury. It can be challenging to determine how to open the lines of communication, especially when you are emotionally invested in what happened to the other person, however, the person needs to talk it out without judgment or personal commentary. Joining Ashley in the studio is Reggie Harvey, Author of Anatomy of a Patient and Rnold Smith, Creator of The Connection App. We discuss the steps to communication​ and what is needed in a serious conversation.

40 MINSEP 22
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How to Communicate Effectively with a Loved One Going through Challenging Times. [Ep. 592]

Are you Addicted to Your Smartphone? [Ep. 591]

Are you addicted to your smartphone? On Live Your True Life Perspectives we're discussing the signs and symptoms of smartphone addiction. Most of us have to use our smartphone to do work, connect with our children, and the list goes on, however, when does that use move into addiction? I'll be discussing the physical effects of addiction and the psychological effects of smartphone addiction. Whether you are experiencing text neck, digital eye strain, sleep disturbances, depression, anxiety, and the list goes on, you owe it to yourself to know if any of these symptoms are directly related to your cell phone. Joining me in the studio, Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient joins me to discuss smartphone addiction and how it has recently affected his life. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App joins me by phone to discuss how smartphone addiction can assist in marital issues and creates distance within our most valued relationships. For more information on Rnold and Reggie, ...

40 MINSEP 17
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Are you Addicted to Your Smartphone? [Ep. 591]

How do We Reach for More and Remain Grateful for what We Have? [Ep: 589]

How often do you find yourself comparing your life to others? The world we live in facilitates competition, especially people competing with others. We go on social media and see other people's portrayed life. We begin to compare our career, title, house, car, success, family, etc.We are told to aspire for more in our life, to be more successful, to create wealth and solid stability but how far to we reach for the stars and in the process of reaching, how do we not lose ourself? How do we work to be "better" and find gratitude in our life? If you are in this paradox, you can't miss this show. Don't miss Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient. Joining us by phone, Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App discusses how to be grateful and still strive for more!

51 MINAUG 18
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How do We Reach for More and Remain Grateful for what We Have? [Ep: 589]

The Gray Rock Method and Dealing with the Narcissist [Ep. 588]

On today's show, we're discussing what is narcissism and how to spot it. Dealing with a narcissist can be challenging and draining, and you may feel as though you are losing your own identity. In order to be more successful, in dealing with the narcissist that you cannot avoid, the gray rock method is the technique of choice. Throughout the show, we will define and explain the gray rock method and how to use it effectively on the narcissist in your life. Joining me in studio Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a patient and survivor of a near-death illness offers his perspective on effectively dealing with a narcissist when it comes to a family member. Rnold Smith, the creator of The Connection App, discusses how to be the person that everybody loves being around. If you want to be the person that others love being around, whether it's in a romantic relationship, or in the workplace, you don't want to miss Rnold's perspective.

46 MINAUG 5
Comments
The Gray Rock Method and Dealing with the Narcissist [Ep. 588]

Latest Episodes

Get Rid of Your NaySayers with Jeffrey Hayzlett [Ep. 601]

When you're driving change in your life and in your business, you'll run into naysayers, energy suckers, and negative people who will pollute what you're working. To be successful you must have a support system, people who care, people who want to be positive team players, and those who want to do what's right for the organization and to push forward the common goal. Jeffrey Hayzlett is the host of the podcast All Business, author of "The Hero Factor", and creator of C-Suite TV. Jeff joins Ashley to discuss corporate culture, creating an organization that works together, and ultimately getting rid of those who are not adding to the mission and the ultimate goal. Towards the end of the show, Ashley offers her perspective on how to use Jeff's advice and utilize it in your day-to-day life and in your personal life to maximize your time on this planet and do more of what you want to do!

43 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Get Rid of Your NaySayers with Jeffrey Hayzlett [Ep. 601]

Stand Up For Yourself, When to Stand Up and How to Do it! [Ep. 600]

On today's show, we're discussing why you need to stand up for yourself, when to do it, and how to stand up for yourself in the proper way. The idea of standing up for yourself sounds easy, however, when you're in a heated situation or an impromptu argument where you are blind-sided, doing the right thing and standing up for yourself in a powerful way can be challenging. Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient offers his perspective as to why we should stand up and how to actually do it when things get heated. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App discusses detailed ways to safeguard yourself, when to do it, and when to walk away. In the great words of George, Seinfeld, The jerk store called and they are running out of you."

40 MINNOV 3
Comments
Stand Up For Yourself, When to Stand Up and How to Do it! [Ep. 600]

It Takes a Village [Ep. 599]

To properly raise children in this day and age, it takes a village. As adults, change can frustrate us, can cause us fear and can cause us to worry about the future. Jack Purser, the author of "Saving Forest Farm" joins Ashley on Live Your True Life Perspectives to discuss how to help children positively understand and process change. Jack helps us to see that change is really more of an adventure than anything. Whether you are a child or a child at heart, this podcast will speak to you and will help you if you have a fear of change.

44 MINOCT 26
Comments
It Takes a Village [Ep. 599]

The Power of Unconditional Self-Love [Ep.598]

Noemi Grace, Psychotherapist, and author joins Ashey Berges live in studio, discussing her latest book, "An Intimate Dialogue with God." On September 11, 2001, Grace had a spiritual epiphany during a time of great sadness and pain that put her on a path to self-understanding, and unconditional self-love. Noemi offers us insight into understanding our choices, and understanding self-sabotaging, self-loathing choices and how to change them. Listen to this podcast, and get the information and understanding necessary to begin to see or to continue to cultivate your God-given self-worth.

41 MINOCT 26
Comments
The Power of Unconditional Self-Love [Ep.598]

Feeling Overwhelmed? [Ep. 597]

Are you feeling overwhelmed? With technology as it is, with the 24/7 news, the internet, social media, and the list goes on, how do we get a break from sadness and destruction? We have the opportunity to see the news from all around the world, every single moment of every single day. And with that overload of news, we see the news stories about people, animals, and our planet Earth going through turmoil and tragedy. Reggie Harvey, author of "Anatomy of a Patient," joins me in studio to discuss his perspective on feeling overwhelmed and how to handle it. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App, offers his unique perspective on how to handle the overload of news and how to keep everything in a positive perspective. At the end of the broadcast, Ashley offers 4 things that you can do right now to stop feeling overwhelmed.

40 MINOCT 20
Comments
Feeling Overwhelmed? [Ep. 597]

Friend Versus Frenemy: How to Know the Difference [Ep: 594]

Our friends can make our life more enjoyable, fun, and filled with joy, however, if we're spending time with people who are not our friends, instead they're frenemies we need to know and we need to know quick! On today's show, Rnold Smith, the creator of The Connection App and Reggie Harvey the author of Anatomy of a Patient and survivor​ of a near-death illness offers their perspective on what a true friend is and how to identify one. If you want to be sure you are surrounding yourself with the right people, you don't want to miss this show.

40 MINOCT 12
Comments
Friend Versus Frenemy: How to Know the Difference [Ep: 594]

How to Communicate Effectively with a Loved One Going through Challenging Times. [Ep. 592]

Communication is key to any relationship, however, communication can be challenging especially when someone is going through a stressful time in their life. The most stressful life events for a human are the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, and/or a major illness or injury. It can be challenging to determine how to open the lines of communication, especially when you are emotionally invested in what happened to the other person, however, the person needs to talk it out without judgment or personal commentary. Joining Ashley in the studio is Reggie Harvey, Author of Anatomy of a Patient and Rnold Smith, Creator of The Connection App. We discuss the steps to communication​ and what is needed in a serious conversation.

40 MINSEP 22
Comments
How to Communicate Effectively with a Loved One Going through Challenging Times. [Ep. 592]

Are you Addicted to Your Smartphone? [Ep. 591]

Are you addicted to your smartphone? On Live Your True Life Perspectives we're discussing the signs and symptoms of smartphone addiction. Most of us have to use our smartphone to do work, connect with our children, and the list goes on, however, when does that use move into addiction? I'll be discussing the physical effects of addiction and the psychological effects of smartphone addiction. Whether you are experiencing text neck, digital eye strain, sleep disturbances, depression, anxiety, and the list goes on, you owe it to yourself to know if any of these symptoms are directly related to your cell phone. Joining me in the studio, Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient joins me to discuss smartphone addiction and how it has recently affected his life. Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App joins me by phone to discuss how smartphone addiction can assist in marital issues and creates distance within our most valued relationships. For more information on Rnold and Reggie, ...

40 MINSEP 17
Comments
Are you Addicted to Your Smartphone? [Ep. 591]

How do We Reach for More and Remain Grateful for what We Have? [Ep: 589]

How often do you find yourself comparing your life to others? The world we live in facilitates competition, especially people competing with others. We go on social media and see other people's portrayed life. We begin to compare our career, title, house, car, success, family, etc.We are told to aspire for more in our life, to be more successful, to create wealth and solid stability but how far to we reach for the stars and in the process of reaching, how do we not lose ourself? How do we work to be "better" and find gratitude in our life? If you are in this paradox, you can't miss this show. Don't miss Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a Patient. Joining us by phone, Rnold Smith, creator of The Connection App discusses how to be grateful and still strive for more!

51 MINAUG 18
Comments
How do We Reach for More and Remain Grateful for what We Have? [Ep: 589]

The Gray Rock Method and Dealing with the Narcissist [Ep. 588]

On today's show, we're discussing what is narcissism and how to spot it. Dealing with a narcissist can be challenging and draining, and you may feel as though you are losing your own identity. In order to be more successful, in dealing with the narcissist that you cannot avoid, the gray rock method is the technique of choice. Throughout the show, we will define and explain the gray rock method and how to use it effectively on the narcissist in your life. Joining me in studio Reggie Harvey, author of Anatomy of a patient and survivor of a near-death illness offers his perspective on effectively dealing with a narcissist when it comes to a family member. Rnold Smith, the creator of The Connection App, discusses how to be the person that everybody loves being around. If you want to be the person that others love being around, whether it's in a romantic relationship, or in the workplace, you don't want to miss Rnold's perspective.

46 MINAUG 5
Comments
The Gray Rock Method and Dealing with the Narcissist [Ep. 588]
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