Quotes from the Top of the Mind™


Psychologist, Dr. Bill Crawford, offers listeners one of his favorite quotes, along with some thoughts on how to apply the wisdom of the quote to our lives. In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Crawford is an author, life coach, and host of two PBS specials that have been seen by over 15 million people nationwide. All of his podcasts are based upon his unique system of success that he has created over the past 25 years. What makes this system so powerful is that it teaches individuals and organizations how to shift to the most intelligent, capable, and compassionate part of the brain (the "Top of the Mind") and access the clarity, confidence, and creativity so necessary for success in today's world. Therefore, if you are looking for more than just cliches or psychobabble, we invite you to enjoy Dr. Bill's Quotes from the Top of the Mind. Then, if you like what you hear and would like to receive his quotes and comments by email, you can visit www.billcphd.com and sign up for his complimentary weekly newsletter.


Claim this podcast

Remove this podcast

Play Latest Episode:

Title: Are We Making Difficult People More Important Than They Deserve to Be?

Are We Making Difficult People More Important Than They Deserve to Be?

May 3rd, 2009

Quote: ""There are two ways to make someone important in our lives . . . we can either love them or hate them.” - Bill Crawford, Ph.D. Comment: This… Go to Episode

Holding on to Anger?

April 26th, 2009

Quote: "Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal while blaming our misery on the person who started the fire." - Bill Crawford Comment: I have… Go to Episode

You Don't Have to Attend Every Argument To Which You Are Invited

April 19th, 2009

Quote: "You don't have to attend every argument to which you are invited." - Unknown Comment: A participant in one of my workshops gave me this quote,… Go to Episode

Dealing with Disappointment

April 11th, 2009

Quote: "We've all heard that in life, when one door is closed, another is opened. Unfortunately, many of us are so focused on the darkness left by what… Go to Episode