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Melanie Bragg on Human Behavior Coach-TV
Melanie Bragg on Human Behavior Coach-TV
Melanie Bragg on Human Behavior Coach-TV
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“Dreams don’t have deadlines” is the theme of this week’s engaging and uplifting show with guest Melanie Bragg on Bev Flaxington’s Human Behavior Coach TV. The show focuses on the importance of journey, and imaging where you want to go. Melanie Bragg started writing her life story at the tender age of 7 on her mother’s typewriter and she has been writing the story and evolving the “plot” ever since!

Melanie is a lawyer and runs a successful practice in Houston TX but she is also a non-fiction author with a hot book called “Crosstown Park”. Bev asks Melanie to share the process of writing the book, and making it a reality. Melanie became so successful with her writing, she was a guest author at Rick Frishman’s Author 101 University. She also recounts the 7 years of waiting to release the book -- and the importance of trusting one’s gut in spite of opposition.

Melanie has a clear three step process she shares with viewers, she calls ADD. It’s not a condition but instead is a way to move from “I want to do this” to “I am doing it”.

Melanie is an enthusiastic and engaging teacher with a welcoming spirit. She readily shares the ups and downs and trying to find her bliss and gives viewers the tools to know what to do in their lives, too. Read more on her web-site: http://melaniebragg.com

Watch the Trailer Video below

Fund this show for Public Television here: http://igg.me/at/consciousevolutionmedia
Watch the entire episode to get it to the "Top 10 List" this month: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bb9UpEREuYg&feature=share

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Cynthia Sharp's picture

Great insight into the legal system as it intersects with human life! Thank you for sharing this information.

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